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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 21, 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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PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH ''
,, 21. 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS5fearly
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LYNCHING MAY ADMIRAL DEWEYPLEADS THE MOUNT BURNHAM'S SLAYEFSTILLATLARCA



FOR GIANT BA BATTLESHIPS I DAJO FIGHTGovernor F


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*% k ltwEi f:7Fr16 :I! i *If .'I. 7' General l Says Reports of I Negro Arrested at Westville Yes.

*1 Immense Vessels of War are the *. L MEN SKY THEY!

RIOTS ** ROOSEVELT TO MAKE 's' ARMED MIEN PILLAGE $ Fight are Sensational and terday Proved to Be the
WEST
_INDIES CRUISE 0 Crying Need of United :; BIG BANK ATMOSCOW X

C- By Associated Press. ,z States *4.- By Associated---- Press. 0* Absolutely False.NO J Wrong Man..

Washington, Mar. 20,-' lrs. ; Navy. !Moscow Mar.. 20.:-As the or0 WILL NOT 60
& Roosevelt accompanied by her 0 *; ficals: were closing the Mutual 0

Y a Thousand Negroes QuitWork : sons. Archie and >Quentin and 0 I ft Credit Bank here ths'after.: # KILLING EXCEPT THAT ABSOLUTELY Brought as Far as Mossy Head
daughter Miss Ethel and. pod.. ,
THE 3? noon twenty armed men surrounded 0
in Chattanooga! and, are ftsibly her son, Kermit, who ia >A PENSIONS BILL *' the building, which is NECESSARY TO END and Then Given Freedom.
I in school at Groton Mass., will fE I located near the Bourse and % AN INTOLERABLE SITUATION- TO WORK

Angry and Sullen. leave Washington the latter 0 covering the employees with '* .
part of next week for Florida. 0' H- 'their revolvers,' pillaged! the # TROOPS AND OFFICERS. DE.
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At some convenient port they: i. Appropriating One Hundred and place getting+ away with four M SERVE OFFICERS! GREATLY DISAPPOINT. It It'ED
HIGHEST
I PRAISE
FOR
% will board the naval yacht 0; hundred and twenty-five thous-
Trouble Arose Over Lynching of I '
to the West Indies. The party cape in spite of efforts of the OAPTURED-SOME TLC OPT
Negro Granted an Appeal. will be absent about two weeks. 01 I,',I i & bank guards to arrest them. Want Long as Street Su
LYNCHING ON STREETS LAST'I
$ SENATE DECIDES COAST FORTI. Associated Press.

\ FICATIONS FOR PHILIPPINES Washington Mar. 20.-Secretary perintendent.A EVENING-NO CLUE TO WHERE.

I INFANTRY, CAVALRY AND ARTIL Taft today received the following dis ABOUTS OF ARD19L

LERY IN THE CITY EXPECT TO ARE: UNNECESSARY-HOUSE I i! patch from the governor general regarding number of the drivers. ,, laborersand

NEGRO EXPIRED TRANSACTED BUSINESS WITH; CENSUS REPORT the Mount! Dajo fight: others employed In the street department -
BE CALLED OUT FOR DUTY- stated last night that they
MICROSCOPE IN ONE HAND AND: "Newspaper reports announcing the intended refusing to go to work this Hopes ran high In tie breasts oft} 1';
POLICE ORDERED ALL SALOONS wanton slaughter} of. women and chil- morn'ng, provided? that C. H. Ginglesis the county and city officers for a short' '

SPENT THE DAY DEBATING dren at Mount Dajo are extremelyst"nsational' street superintendent.Some time yesterday afternoon: .A telet t

CAUTION.CLOSED AS MATTER. OF PRE- IN PENSACOlA QUESTIONS, OF PETTY ECON OF COTTON and absolutely false. The night, that'of they the' did drivers' .not stated Intend last to 1 !gram was received from WegtriUe{

OMY. situation of the Moros-was extremely work under Mr. Gingles, (preferring that James .Ardf the murderer oft

difficult and. reQuired. a display of Mr. Long .who, they! claim is entitled: : Police Officer Burnham had been arrested -t

By Associated Press By Associated Press. great heroism by the army, navy and to the office and who is a good street I there by a deputy 8b rlff. The

Ohai'anooga, Mar. 20.-Nearly a OF: WOUNDSReceived Washington, Mar. 20.-Great battleships CROP Filipino constabulary. Some, women superintendent.The' drivers .held a meeting last I;'telegram also requested that the Pen,

thousand!: : negroes English battleship Dreadnoughtare I t liminary shelling at a distance but they would refuse to take out thr': train at Mossy Head and take charge)
fpreral! large plants to-day and are
i the crying need; of the American there was no killing: of carts and wagons thr's! morning until of the prisoner.
any one except
sanding around in groups talking navy, according to Admiral George I I they learned the status of things. All'
as indispensable; to end When the east bound train the
in- left
":omen servants in many Instancesic't :Dewey who appeared before the Places Total Bales an of the men were present, except two.I
at Crestview at10/fi 911013 '
ih.- r employment and are more' Sunday House Committee On Naval Affairs tolerable situation. The troops and officers later the laborers got together and union depot yesterday afternoon there t
to-day to discuss the future of the deserve the conclusion. i were on board Sheriff! Van Pelt.
highest praise. came to the same Deputy -
mien and angry than the men. Morning When He Was American Over Three Million Less '
navy.At' Since Mr Gingles is under suspension Sanders -and Marshal Schad. There
The trouble -arose over the lynching least eighteen thousand ton battleships
his trial and Assistant
: of Dd. Johnson the negro con- Shot-in Arm. with ten twelve finch guns Than Year Pre/ius./ SPENT SHORT Superintendent pending Spottswood, Is In were smiles upon their faces, as they, s!

\1I"pd, of assault, whose case had each shouto:' be authorized at once, in charge of the work ,it Is ..probablethat 1'thought of the negro under arrest. ,
Admiral Dewey's opinion. lie would the men will go to work as' They as well as others, were doomed *
r teen appealed to the Unit ex! StatesauprPme By Associated Press. TIME HEREASSISTANT I
have these of
Ervin Brown a negro employed by American design anJ usual this morning. to disappointment for when the two
; court. the 1... & N. road on the section force thinks we should be creative rather Washington, Mar. 20.The bulletin trains met and, the officers got a
Three companies of infantry, a died in Pensacola! Monday night of than imitative in developing the issued today by the Census Bureau I

'n!lOp of cavalry: and a section of ar, wounds which he received Sunday navy. [shows the complete cotton crop of last!, SECRETARY OF THE THE EXECUTIVE glimpse at the negro under, arrest.
Crestvieowhen he was Admiral Dewey also believes in extensive year; counting round bales! as half Deputy Sanders saw at a glance that
Urrv!: are in the -city: belonging to the morning at I
rational guard and expect to be called shot by a negro named Rejnolds. i t experiments with submarine' hales to be 10,697.013 compared' with NAVY NEWBERRY HAS DEPARTED COMMITTEE the wrong man had been arrested.

cifor; duty, and there is a feeling The shooting Occurred In a section I boats.AlPPROPRIATION. 13,697,210: bales, in 1904 and 10,015,121 FOR KEY The disappointment, was great( and hi
for' 1903: The
gross weIght
.n'! unrest! that may end in a race house Re'nolds'using a shot gun and BILL this is average the officers boarded the west bound t
503.8
the charge almost tore the right arm season pounds makingthe
WEST.
notFearing FOR PENSIONS PASSED crop equivalent, in five hundred train and returned to the city. The
such, a contingency the po- from the body of Brown The wound HAS. BEEN CALLED TO MEET
ce ordered all saloons closed for to- was a terrible one, and'the man' lost 1' pounds bales to .10.111.)10''' bales. deputy at Westvtll, who had mad\
a''hi: muc blood* He was ,placed} cn, the Washington, Mar,. 20.-In less than 40,112 bales eKtiraate-f*<:ginners as SATURDAY NIGHT BY.. CHAIRMAN -' the .arre::t., was,--alS')...a disappointedman
\ to'. twenty minutes time the senate today !remaining to be ginned, are' included Assistant-Secretary of het'Navy'. .
train Sunday night and brought FRANK REILLY. as he had visions >t that $200
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voted away one hundred and: in the report.of T. Kewberry who arrived here Sun .
NO I CRIME WAS Pensacola for the 'arm to be amputated forty million dollars of public funds. I day at noon from New Orleans has' re"ft"'ard'offered by the'sheriff and mar: ,
for treatment but his condition -
and I II
This was carried by the pension appropriation I departed on the Scorpion. His next shal for the arrest of Ardls.
was such that there was no hope'for bill wlr'ch, being a brief : Representatives ,,fo-tfay transacted stopping place will be Key West and Chairman Frank Reilly of the Es-
. COMMITTED him and he died Monday night document, was made the subject ot :}business' with a microscope in one[I I from there he will go to Charleston cambia County Democratic Executive Was Beating His 'Way.' "
'The shooting' was caused by'some+ little discussion.!! : band and bill making : from there by rail to Washington -
very a appropriation and Committee, has issued a call for a The, negro who was arrested for
trouble! which had occurred between;! The railroad rate bill was laW asd"j:! :for salaries for its employees and officers having: completed his tour of Inspection meeting of that committee for .Saturday Ardis gave his name as RUben Williams.
the two negroes the day previous and for today, and the major portion of I' in the other.' The result' was II ,' night March 21, when arrange '
BY OFFICERS OF INSURANCE which had been renewed Sunday the time devoted to consideration (\fl.that although five and one half hours While here the assistant secretary, ments will be made 'for the first primary His home is in Mississippi,
I morning. t the fortifications appropriation :were spent in reading the legislative though rema"nly only a short time: which Is to be held May 13 j but he had been workng for some
COMPANIES IN CONTRIBUTING The: body was prepared for shipment IP that connection the question of the appropriation bill for amendment I made a thorough inspection of the The Call. time at Florala. lie decided, to go

TO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN yesterday and sent to Crestview necessity; for a sea coast fortificationin less 'than -25 pages of the measure] local jard. visiting all of the There will bea_ meeting of the elsewhere so started out to beat Ms '
yesterday afternoon at S o'clock. the Philippines was discussed .t were completed. i ments, where work of dE"part'l County Democratic Executive Committee -! In
train.
FUNDS. considerable length with the result The spirit of economy in little: 1, kinds;: Is being done -ana' from ht>1.i': at the court house Saturday { way on a freight passing
that all provisions for such an appropriation things was 'all absorbing. The final: can be learned he was wolf<< pleased ,the 24th inst.. at 8 o'clock p.I Westvilie he was seen by the deputy ::1
SHOOTING AFFRAY in these posessions were rounxi' for the day was a debate as to I with the condition of the place and I m., for:' the purpose of issuing a call,; who thought that he was ,Ardis so i
By Associated Press eliminated. I whether the House could get as gx>d the class of work that is being uirre'i for the holding of a Democratic ;-rI'. proceeded to place him under arrest. It
packing boxes as the senate did for :cut there. election May 15 1906.FRANK .
AT CRESTVIEWSpecial mary ;
New York. Mar. 20.-The giving The negro wore a dark pair of pants
PICAYUNISH SPIRIT its members and' finally a move was I This was not the first visit of Mr.; REILLY.
political contribut:ons from the PERVADES THE HOUSE made to eliminate packing boxes from Newberry to' the Pensacola yard as W. C. JONES, Chairman. and had a pair of overalls with him He

muds of a life insurance company,j the perquisites ,of members which !he was here over a year ago, and Secretary. was not tall or heavy enough for Ar-
01 the officers of such company I his color was too light.
rOt constitute larceny or any other] Crestview. ,Mar 20.-A shooting affray dis and

fme! in the opinion of District At- occurred here early Sunday in I 50,000 MINERS Talk of Lynching.
'orne\ Jerome. This opinion wasKinnittaI the colored section house a hen a section : + t
\ a the early portion of last
zt MAj During
to Justice O'Sullivan, in hand named Reynolds shot Ervin ---
the court of general sessions to-day. Brown, a negro working for Rich-! UNC>;1 ARotlrt NOW ON STRIKEI night and before it became known
the opinion was given in connectionuh bourg and Co. Reynolds used a shotgun t FORA'L1M that the wrong negro had been .arrested

r. the presentment on the insur- at close quarters, and the loan I there was considerable talk upon

tate investigation which was handed took effect In Brown's right arm just! 1, GENDARMES AND STRIKERS the streets of lynching the'negro when -
Stile court by the grand jury several below the shoulder cutting it nearly
I in Pensacola. :Most of this
he arrived
dais ago. in front of his c- --
off, and passed on i -- HAVE SEVERE ENCOUNTER
breast. Brown was sent to the hos- --- ---t ) talk however was from young ,men
p.tal in Pensacola where h3 died-1 : + : IN CITY OF LENS, and amounted to but little. About 10 j r

SOUTHERN FLOODSARE Monday morning. Deputy Sheriff; r o'clock quite a large crowd, gathered f tat

Oainey came, on the mail train wltaj' q Icd FRANCE.By the union depot and- It'seemed' ,for
SUBSIDING' blood hounds and tried all night tol e ,
time that possibly somethingof
a short
det; on track of Reynolds but was unsuccessful -
and Reynolds Is still r.t Associated Press this nature might be attempted

large. Lens, France. Mar.: 20.-Striking when the train arrived. The crowds
.
By Associated Press. < r t miners and gendarmes bad -a severe continued to gather and grow, larger *

Atlanta Mar 20.!-Reports from the encounter to-day in front of the up to about 10:30: o'clock when It wa
section of (the south which suffered MOODY FINISHED town hall here, ,,'ht'reo'the miners' announced that the train was twenty,
mess from the heavy rainstorm say ley. congress is in session. The, gen- minutes late. 'A ,few left 'upon rereiving t
tilt! floods! are beginning to subside I IN PACKERS CASE .cSv darmes charged several times and this information but toe ma*

and railroads are repairing damages. (t ._ r several were trampled under foot. jorlt of them remained until it was ,
Trains! are again runn'n on schedule Among those taken Into custody was announced that the train was an hour
tune on nearly all of the roais affectA e.' RfSS the' president of the miners congress.. and thirty minutes late.
ATTORNEY GENERAL CLAIMS The miners congress is expectt t > This message had the effect of
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reject the operators' terms* Fifty sending most of the crowd home end
THEY ARE, NOT ENTITLEDTOIMMUNITY. one thousand miners are now on .
those who lingered :Jeft as oon as a
GEORGIA PEACH t strike. message arrived stating that the
wrong man had been" arrested and

CROP IN DANGERBy SCHOONER IS A that the officers were returning home.
By Associated Press I j ii' They reached here shortly before 1
Chicago. Mar. 20.: -Attorney General I ,' o'clock having had their trip for noth
nearly all day in the I TOTAL WRECKBy ing.
)Iood"poke '
_
=s i, t I IC
Associated Press. hearing: of the immunity pleas advanced -, No Clue as to Whereabouts.

v,+ an-a. Mar, :?Reports from varlHTtions -. by the packers, concluding his; ii:7;:: There is now DO clue as to the
*I- of the peach belt tots argument just in time to catch a train( Associated Press.Mar, 20. whereabouts, of the murderer of Officer I
h'' declared the Marblehead. Mass.:,
He
&holthat Washington ;
the for
are auashe
growers Burnham. It was thought that
schooner Lady
.t : of danger. The local pleas were not well founded_ and that' Wreckage from the at Marblehead] the countand surrounding towns
714 washed
f*<*r bureau 25Tees they were not entitled tP Immunity because -: Antrim was up j
predicts a drop to Later two bodies ofseamen had been so well block*! and every
f of: neck to-day.
acre and to freezing; or lower they had given the evidence; j () \- ashore. The L:1du.-, one so on the alert that It would be
:: o\r the peach b'lt.0 damage their own free *11L I) came crew of five men and impossible: for the negro to 'get'
trim carriages a i
as done to the crop last night as theFind Attorney Miller for the defendants -- da literally smashed to pieces.. It lsf i through without arrest, but it Is possible -
was
Was high, preventing ice from made a brief reply. He will continue feared all are lost The vessel was that he got out of this section s

forming-: I his argument tomorrow, I from Booth Bay Maine. j before this was accomplished.



Second Day's Session of the Extensive Mutiny Reported

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By Associated Press. sician: that Mr. Pierce was 'threatened By Associated Press. |by the fortress upon the! city. The.
StUx with pneumonia and was unableto ? f"' St. Petersburg, Mar 20.-The, mo..t''!truth of the story is doubted. this be-
l.l1uI! Mar. 20.-The second moment" for
I the "psycoogical!
current to-night lag
the severe sensational reports
(! leave his, room, and
8 Cession of the oil hearing In crocs examination of Charles M.Adams are that the execution of former Lieutenant -! the appearance of such wild r?poru.o .

the OUSlt'r case of the State of Mis- } sE"'Cr' au"treasurE'r of the Schmidt which made a deep press dispatches confirming the, ,
IV url against: the Standard. Republic Yiaters.Pi rce company. Stock cer ... 'impression! throughout Russia, has] story hate been received, but if the '
sad \\"Il'rs.Pit'r tificatewere prouiiced and read to -- been followeu' ty an' extensive! reports prove to be! true the absence;
<-e Oil Companiesrnmar IS WHERE YOU ARE HANDED YOUR TRANSFER: TICKETS. SebastopoL the: of 'these might be accounted for by
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io the Waters?i ieree company' In 1300 nassacre, of their officers and firing}the imposition and a eensorsh1 .
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f l gles was legally discharged by this taking action on the resolution of the charge of the department COMMISSION

board and Mr, Long was legally appointed council to reinstate Mr. Gingles. Long Gives Instructions.J. .

t AND THEN SUSPENDED by this boa !," CERTIFIED CHECK5c This had been done. J. E. Long legally E. Long continued to give "instructions The gunboat'.Vixen, which has bee

1 Mayor Bliss Also. removed and a motion' to adjourn was to the men, 'and last nighthe at the navy yard for a number or
Mayor Bliss also deairedto explain CIGAR.All In order. Instructed the various foremen as I Ito I weeks undergoing repairs and overhauling

.(; liis vote upon the resolution which Suspended Gingles. 'what work was' to be done Wednes:: I has been ordered out of c JIll.
t be did as follows: ,the qualities of fta ror,aroma day. mission at the yartf by the nay ,*
J. E. Long Was Removed from Office According to the Council'sResolution "In explanation of my vote in th> color and goo!' material Chairman Zelius then stated that : I }ipartment: The vessel will remu

this matter I desire to go on record' embodied In It 'J he preferred charges against Street New Suits there indefinitely and *ill practical

But Refused to Vacate or Give Up Keys, Saying as:: reiterating what I have formerly Superintendent Chas: H. Gingles for .The following{ new suits filed.were filed be rebuilt

contended, which is that Mr. Gingles A. Greenhut & Co. : disobedience of orders neglect of yesterday in_ the office of_ the clerkof Th5 officers and men. 1 it is unto-
; that He Had Been Illegally Removed. v.as not eligible to the office ot street duty and Incompetency. lie therefore the circuit court: stood. wll be transferred to the '".IM
DISTRIBUTORS.l
:l superintendent when the board elect- I suspended hini from office pending D. Kugleman vs. W. JU and Roy temporarily and later tootlea VI'S'sels
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. .
.- --- ed hIm a trial. At the same time Lo demanded
over my protest. of the navy.
T
: t ylor, replenrin' ; Tho3 Pebley, :attorney
-:"t...: filling the office of street superintendent "After Mr. Gingles had been made --- -- -. of J. E. Long the'keys of the for plaintiff. ,
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT. under: : the direction of the Boardof street superintendent and given a I office, but did not get them. Tne
!J" 4 given a leave of absence< as long all I H. C. Cushroan vs. W. L. Gllmors, DEATH .OF MRS. JAS. McLEAN
Public Works of the City of Pen- It'avof absence the board had meeting then adjourned..
SPOTTSWOOD power distress for Vent Leslie E.
,WAS PLACED IN the yellow_ fever lasted and. when ; Drools,
... s&cola in August 1905, and was given to ocmand his return at any time thatit the epidemic bad ended and the yellow Another Meeting. attorney for plaintiff. YESTERDAY AGED 92 YEARS to:

ai ,CHARGE OF THE CITY WORK a leavg of absence on account of saw fit, or to demand his resignation fever had disappeared, he wilfully neglected -I Immediately after the meeting: notices W.' H. Caro. as administrator of the "
I '
r ; PENDING TRIAL OF MR. GIN. yellow fever, and -I : 'n lieu of his return;: ] to report for duty. ; 'were".served"upon the? members estate of Charles Edward ,Caro, de- Mrs. Jas. McLean, mother oJf Mr: he
I
"That when :Mr. Gingles refused .
"Whereas, .the Cit} ; Council, on "Third. Incompen'teney.' The said i and upon Mr. G'nglea that he would ceased,"vs. Pensacola Electric fFee.minal A. D. Morrison of this city, dlM >-eterday
if' GLES, WHICH IS TO OCCUR Sept. 27th 1905, passed a motion hat to obey the mandates of the board Chas. II. Gingles in constructing a be arraigned for trial on, the above' Railway Co.. a corporation, at her home at' KcMxvlLv: an
the said Chas. II. Gingles should return -that the only course left for the boardto Pensacola I charges at a special meeting! to be damages. 910,000; C. 3!. Jones and I Walton County, aged 92 years. Mr 6r
: THIS AFTERNOON. and resume his duties, or resign! pursue was to pass a resolution declaring drain from Main street to & for
Avery Avery, attorneys plain Morrison left Pensacola Saturday ant-
held Wednesday afternoon at 5:30
'
? and the office vacant, which it did, bay 03 Jefferson.street, commenced at
o'clock. was with her a'.:ed mother when fb!
"1 do not want Mr. Gingles for the end to dig said drain during tiff.W.
upper
-TI-: ;: Another chapter, in that Board of "Whereas, the Board of Public I N. Brown vs. The Liverpool aul I ILonabn end came. Mr. Morrison and the 10
street good{ which tlm&a rain occurred. whIch Spottswood In Charge.
*' Work street supermtendeney muddle Works at its meeting on Oct. 9th superintendent: for very Globe Insurance Co., a corporation -of the family left last night for K>, -
nt:' was written ;yesterday afternoon 1903, -passed a resolution to the ef. reason and the people do not, want caused saidt; ,excavation 'to cave in, I As Superintendent Gingles stands damages'$750; Geo. T. Morgan yule, where the funeral will occu!
him for street superintendent, but I and, as the w'a'fer had po outlet }n .
suspended and J. E. Long removed for
,I when the board held a special meet. feet that the said Chas. II. Ginglea I > attorney plaintiff. day: -
vote for this resolution In conformity filled with'water. The work had
'f'z ing. After passing resolutions should return to his post or resign was [
many WIC
to the mandates of the City coumoil then to be abandoned' until the water --. -
-
.i
r of his which I
explanations votes, etc., the board position order. was forwarded
who according to the opinion of had soaked when it was resum. I
-C- left the situation in the following to him and to which he paidno away,
.'i the city attorney have a right to Instruct ed until succeeding raine caused it to I
:f: condition: C. H. Gingles reinstated: attention. When the clerk wait instructed -
ana, direct the Board of Public be and caused
j-4 repeatedly .abandoned:
Long refused to
vacate the office aaJ to write him again In due "
r;::(tl. give up keyt>; Gingles suspended on course of time, to which communication : Works in matters of this kind. repeated cavings in of the excavation.

:j charges: preferred by Chairman Ze"r. also\ he pat po attention and Charge Against Gingles. Whereas good judgment and competent -
: : J his; Spotts wood placed in charge of finally the board got into comruumcv Chairman Zelius then sprung a surprise superintendency, have commenced 'I9ae cJcffee :

,tfj'1 city ,-ork,' Another special meeting tlon with the said Gingles by long distance when Mr. Gingles.he preferred These charges charges digging from the lower end : Debate. C
against
where the water could easily run out
this afternoon
,If.\- at 5:30 o'clock.; telephone and asked him If he
'.. 'When" the boana' convened at 5:0 had received: the communications, to were read by the clerk and a copy into the bay and wheneverit
.r o'clock there were present Chairman which he replied that he had. When was served upon :Mr. Gingles. The rained the work immediately I The published statements of a number part of the people to make room for dinary coffee hurts .everjone. v.

f..r. i_,:!) Zelius Mayor Bliss.! Mr. Turner, nad"W. asked what he intended to do in regard charges are as follows: proceeded as soon as the of coffee Importers and roasters, the stronger. It Is the old law of r '==
; Some regularl 4
i .. : A. Blount .JT, representing Chas. to them he replied 'nothing and "To the Board of Public Works, City rain was over and where large :' indicate a "waspy" feeling; toward us: "the survival of the fittiest" at work, seem people use it '
](. of Pensacola."OentlemenIn. for daring to say that coffee Is harm- and the -victims are many. strong enough to withstand:
f t'.. Gingles. The meeting was a "Whereas the board upon receiptof caving might have been avoided thus attacks, but thera is misery and di\>'
t-ipecial one. called for the purpose of this definite information findingthe accordance with saving to the city a large amount of ;ful to a percentage of the people. We repeat the assertion that coffee ease in store for the worst.who .
man or
: t considering the resolution ef the street superintendent refused to Section 44. of the City Charter pro- i A frank public discussion of the:
money.
does persists in its when :""
11it;.. council to reinstate Chas. JI. Gingles obey the orders by either returning to viding for the removal of subordinate The said Charles H. Gingles I subject ia quite agreeable to us and harm many people not all l, but protests by heart weakness use jtouiC; n3
,; as street superintendent and dismiss officers and employees by this Board. can certainly do no harm; on the con an
.Vit the city or resigning he giving no explanation was ordered by the board to re-' army large enough to appal the ana'. bowel troubles kidney disase.'
rol J, E. Long. Upon request of Mr. Ze- whatever. the board passeda I recommend that Chas. 'H. Glaglea be pair North Palafox street to the trary when all the facts on both investigator and searcher for facts.' weak tltJ
eyes prostratlon.
1r.; liiis 'Mayor Bliss acted as chairman resolution on that date, to-wit, OctJ8tU. removed from the office of street sup- limits of the city and before his sides of any question are spread l be- The next prevarication of the cof- The or remedy general is obvious nervous: T.e;

;.4!J and the clerk read tbe call for the ..1905. declaring. the office of erintendent for the following reasons: departure from the city he made fore th9 'People they can thereupon fee Importers arm roasters is their drug caffeine, contained in all ordinary ( : tJb
.
meeting. street "First. Wilful disobedience of decide and 'act intelligently.Give
vacant or
superintendent and, large preparations for tho rthulingand : statement that Postum Food Coffee coffee must be discontinue aI''
1::> The major then stated that Inasmuch "\Vh at the ders. On October Sth, 1905. this the people plain facts and
: '1. reas. subsequent ni!et- repairing of-said street, which, if is made of roasted! peas, beans or solutely or the disease will connnu
: as the council had Instructed ing J. E. Long ,was formally elected Board by resolution ordered Chas. H, carried out would almost equal thcity's they will take care of themselves. corn, and mixed with a low grade of In spite of any medicine and W.i.I> g.u'.
1f' the board to reinstate )fr. Gingles, he street superintendent and, Gingles to either return to his post of coffee and that it contains no,nourishment .
=+;, would introduce the following resolution "Whereas, the City Council obtained duty or resign his !position, which appropriation for theear's I W.9: demand facts in this coffee discussion grow worse
{ which work. And in these extensive preparations and that the It is easy to leave off the oil l fa< ;;:1 was read and passed the opinion of'the order he wilfully refused to obey. 'propose to see
city attorney to I 'Ve'hav :
t .: unanimous! he made no provision what facts are brought clearly before> the .prsyiously offered tp wager toned coffee by adopting Postum FooJ
the "Second. Wilful neglect of
that duty.
'j effect the Board of Public I .
i"t The Resolution. ever for the drainage; of sad; street" people, $100,00000 with them thai their Coffee, for in it one finds a plt-Isln::
Works had..not removeq! said Chas. II.Gnngles The said Chas H., Gingles had been s;
statements are absolutely false.] hot that
:: :J ""he-reas. Chas. H. Gingles. was according to the laws Bliss Started Drain. i A number of coffee importers and breakfast or dinner beveragt
!' fOr prowl : roasters have joined a movement to They have not accepted our wager has the deep seal brown color rhanz! : ('I
ing the cha'rge
removal and punishmentof of Incompe-
- Referringto boom coffee and the of Pos ing to a rich golden brown when !g;<
: stop
S' such officers. and the city council tency against )Ir. Gingles in starting use and theywjllnot. tOSS
cream is boiled
; in Its meeting Feb. 14th : at the north I tum Food Coffee and in their newspaper &Il'ded.'lwn; 11If
906.
by the drain
Jefferson street
Spring Ailments resolution Heart statements, undertake to deceive Wa; will gladly make a present of enough ((15 minutes) the flavor i t. no
ordered the Board
[ of Pub1k' I end, instead of the south end Mr. 1 ur- I by false assertions. that of rank Rio coffee but vcr ',ie a
". AVorks; to remove :J. E. Long. from $25,000.00 to .
ner took occas".on to remind the board any roaster .or importer the 'j"
coffee wilder smooth and high 5"
!: Pimples, boils, eczema and other the office of superintendent of streets, I Their first is that is not
: had not been electedto
that Mr. Gingles tfrlcl'
of Java but the
't eruptions, Joss of appetite<< 'that tired I and to reinstate the said Chas II. office at that time, and that the I.harmful.' We assert __ old fashioned coffee who will effect or ordinary entirely coffee.lacking I.e
In three
that
3jt; feeling, fits of biliousness, indigestion Gingles and"Whereas Palpitationluulgestion drain had been started by Mayor Bliss .one every accept that wager.. I Anyone from disorder
J and headache, are some of them. I I the board proceeded to himself, and the original plan had on'y' ccfte users has some form of incipient suffering: rht're
'it: i call a special meeting for the purpose: Free Inspection of our factoriesand set up by coffee drinking and tlII'
he
.z.: They are all radically and permanently of carrying out saba! order of ,the the stomach been took followed by Mr. Gingles when or_ chronic dSease: ; realize for methods \% made by thousands is an extensive variety) can afJSfIlU'' ,'. 'I

.: if" cured by Ilood'a Sarsaparilla, I council; at which time_ an Injunctionwas to expand causes-swell and charge. one moment what a terrible menaceto of pcople 'each month and th. .coffee ly depend upon some measure ot P"* 1.

Ii. "-_.\ which thoroughly cleanses the blood served upon the members of 'aai'l puff up against the heart. This Attorney Has a Word. a nation of civilized people, when importers themselves are coralally: invUed. lief by quitting coffee and using 11

: and restores healthy functional activity board by the circuit court of this dis. crowds the heart and Interferes W. A. BTount Jr., representing Mr. one kind of beverage cripples the Both Poslum and GrapeNutsare turn Food Coffee. '", C
to the whole This I I trict enjoining said board from carrj with its action, causIng Gingles, then had a few words to fay. energies antf health of one third of absolutely pure and made exactlyas If the disease has not become I
takei
': eystem. epring with c'
; 'ing out the order of said council stated: strongly rooted, on can
t until shortness of breath, palpi- He told the board that the cieeiing the people who use it aea.-
Hood's ; further orders and. tation of the heart, etc. had been called for the specific purpose We make the assertion advisedlyand Tbs formula of Postum and the analysis reason expect it to disappear m'"*. Ht I
SarsaparillaIn sonable after the adl'all 1'a
'\'ber?as. said court has notlfie-l of acting upon the resolution of suggest that th, reader secure made by one of the foremost time 11. "-1111' III

:\ liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1. the members of the said Board of the council and no other business his own proof by personal inquiry chemists of Boston has beenprinted the lar trouble tissue baa is removed time to an.naiu-aL,. > rebuild ..

..:.-..";tirt;: Public Works on March 19th 1906 KodolDyspepsia could be cqnsidered. Continuing be among coffee users. on every, package for many years and furnished, ;! hs' fL
." = --- -- that the said injunction has been Dissolved said that it would be illegal to attempt Ask jour coffee drinking friends if [ II absolutely, accurate with the elements

: _ _ _ _ ; Therefore, be it to try Mr. G'ngles: upon' such they keep free from any sort of aches Now a. to the food 'value of Pos Postum U'It and good food. oU common ,
only Just
,
-Resolved that In conformity to the CureDIGESTS charges at a spechial meeting called and ails, You will be startled at the tum. It contains th' parts of the plain'
:;i resolution passed! by the said council : and furthermorehe percentage and will very naturally wheat sense.
for another purpose berry which carry the elemental b-{ore th
on Feb. 14th 1906. the said J. E. WHAT YOU IAT seek to -place the cause of disorder on ; : Now with the exact fact! ,
time to salts such lime
8
should be given' preparefor as Iron potash, t'ride'the vri
Good Service'You'll 'I reader he she
Long is from the'otn'ce of or con
removed aside
something from
trial. He said he was not boasting coffee whether .silica etc., etc.. used! by the life course looking' to health and tU
street and the ,
superintendent, caki
takes the off the heart would food, inherted tendencies or something forces, to the
strain
but that some one smart rebuild_ cellular tissue, to do .
Chas. If. Gingles la reinstated as else, power things. .
: street and contributes nourishment, if such high-handed proceedings were aad this Jl* particularly true of the If have doubt as to tw
you
it : Get superintendent"Chairman.Zelius\ Explains. strength and health' every carried through. He was aware ot Go deeper friend in your search for facts. phosphate of potash, also found in cause of any ache any or ail >ou m !
If admits occasional
of the body. Cures board stood two your Orape-Nuts uhlcb :combines u,
1 Chairman Zelius who voted for the organ the fact that the in the have remember the far reaching : -
neuralgia rheumatism heart weakneSs
1
Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Sour votes to and the majority coulddo human bodY' with albumen 'and this tra'
of the resolution, then one, grains of a hurt nervous S'stem
passage explained -
!j !: from your linen if wet hfc vote which. he asked be Stomach Belching Gas on as it saw fit, but be proposed to ,complaint stomach ,or weak bowel trouble kidney combination, together& with water rebuilds rl from heel to, head, and it may *

1-:; laundar1 It. Our methods made a portion of th records of.the Stomach and all Stomach see that it was done legally. As rep- 'I prostration eyes or approachIng in- the worn out gray matter In well worth your whil- to make -
nen'9us
.." not to pound the fabric meeting. The clerk read It as fallows troubles. resenting Mr.,Gin' les he demanded of',unce him or her to make the experimeat the delicate nerve centres all over experiment of leaving off coffee '*
,4's;: to pieces, but rather tof'l.41' : Mr. Long that the Keys of the office be of leaving off coffee for 10 daysand I the boiy and throughout the brain tlrely for 10 day. and using Po*s:*

preserve It, and send It '' turned over to Mr. Gingles. and solar plexus. Food Coffee in its place.
1n voting for this resolution I. desire Denovt, Iowa I using Postum Food Coffee, and .
...' ;t, home to you looking fit to explain my vote. As chairman Three years ago I was afflicted Long Refused. cbsene the result It will startle you I Ordinary coffee stimulates In an!! You will probably gather some gIYw1.
lfoc to wear. with much that I unnatural way, but'with. tnany people ClOUd facts worth more than a '! t
3. L! : of the Board of Public Works I Indigestion so snd give jour friend something to
J. E. Long, who was present and It ilowjy' And surely destroys mlna for health can make] gold aajfickneea
After and ,
ia continual eating ,
obey the mandate of the council or was palL think of. Of course. If the person hone
The Star Steam dering me to reinstate .Mr. Chas. 'H. my heart was effected and I had who had just been ousted from office I of the weak: ones and says ."I dqes not rebuild this |ray substance lose it: : Besides there o.ternal '
r Gingles a* superintendent of streets, smothering sensations. Two bottles said that he had been illegally removed can't quit" ru will' have discovered I so vitally ,Important'to wellbeing'of the fun. for ItV like a ,xtntlnnous well
resolution said of Kolol cured me. from office and refused to g'.veup ,slaves of the every human_ being.. frolic to be'perfectly '
by a passea1 by council one of the coffee in 'porter. 1
i : Laundry. on the 14th day of Feb. 1906. ALBERT UMM.nr the keys or instruction of their the men of Treat such kindly fot they seem These! are etrnal fatu. proven.'I I I There' a reason for

"I do this by order of the councilbut the department regarding work. powerless to the authenticated and?known-, to '
absolutely stop -every
SrUll.tI
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i A dollar,*.ttf. !*. 2 :PC> 1I
37 Efiardtn 8t Phon. 114.P.ns.scola. Adjourn.
I want It distinctly understood tim_m.muoh m* the trial.r 500.I Ready to gradual but sure'destruction of body properly educAted physician chemi.t
I rl Fla. that I, of my own accord do not reinstate :.. Prspar"4 a,It.IAltr.'. .f Mayor Bliss who was acting as and health. and food expert j Postum Cerlal Co., Ltd. little Cre "

Mr Gingles, and I do not of (.0.DeWitt A C...Chicago, VAA. chairman after again reading the-cail -Xatnre. has a way of destroying a Please member wa never say or I I I Mich.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORN I
NG. MARCH 21, 1906 .
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.=. iJ (.7c' 111ID"WHITEST"COLLAR [ SLIGHT FROSTFELL' 1--VInol builds you: up. -'ENORMOUS COST 'Whiskey and;, ,Beer Habit



>> ( MARIb and keeps you up PERMANENTLY, ,CURED ,BY


MADE LAST OF DRAINING ORRINE,.

). ABSOLUTELV S
LINEN 1'E. 'SURS-ANDJ1ARMLESS. I
,
: / \ /.1 aniae PbLelns for: a atimsut.pronounce drallbaaess a disease of"tbs nervon. system.creating.a--morbI4C'1t I

J 159 J .. NIGHTThermometer T 'GUDES linIng aDd stuefies CoaUuecr'id411lr the dJgestlveorgass ce inwhiskbter, thus Of' wta. eats a1l'&ytllen.lJLi1l8'
the beajtb No "will destroying the 4iJrestioa sad
EACH ORRINE power cas heal tha Inflamed stomach .elDbl'&ll ,
Permasently remo'fal the craving for
l1qllor
Affected nerves.restoring the atoma aM by acting directly oa the
i.bc appetite and restoring the health en dlge.tjye organa to =t1o... Dpn
b.
( ROYAL 29)) '"< given secretly If

Went as Low as 38 Over Cure Effected '
$50, OO Has Already Been or Money Refunded. I

Degrees-Cold Will Con'tinue the Aik yonr druggist fDM 'jv 1,61IPwbt he thinks of ORRINE- will l Iftd AM*
Spent Preliminary
There is nothing that adds to the Upon on?statements as truthful iD every respect. If ORRINE fails to cure we will refuel 0
'
you cvcq pee) paid tor it chccrfall1 AI we took it.
of To-day. Work Alone.The No Sanitarium -.y I
muchas 'Treatment
appearance a man as or Publicity
No bnoe from home or 'loss of time
good-fitting white Frost fell) last night In Pensacola Cod Mothers.WIns aDd sisters.jon cannot
a collar. Our delicious Liver cure those who are aicted with this
terrible of all molt
diseases
thermometer dropping as low as Lakeland Sun has the following by'your fez-vent prayers.
or red with
38 degrees. This was early this preparation without oil. i to say relative to Governor Broward's -! hope that thm-I :--1 stop drinking. It an bedone only eyes with ORRINE tears,nor by your

We Carry One-Quarter and Three-Quarter Size was morning little and wind at blowing.a time when there Better than oldfashionedcod Everglades drainage scheme: I the buy remedy-will OR INE No.you use 1' ::J/you patient desire desires to cure to wiUtout be cured the of knowledge his of free th"c,

Yesterday exceptionally! 'Little does the public realize the ORRINE NQ. 2. FaUducctioas found in each own will. bay
was an
I I liver oil and emulsionsto package. Price S I per boxT
and can fit man in Pensa- coU:: day for this season of the year, enormous amount of money it will All CorrespondonceConfldefltj ,
any
the maximum restore health for ,. I
temperature being fifty tOld to drain the Everglades, as Gov- For free book-Treatise
cola. We have during the day and 46 at 7 p. m. THE ORRINE on Dmnkennes and 'bow to Cu It-write to
secured the ernor Broward Already CO., INC..
Continued cold Is expected for to- people, delicate children, proposes. : WASHINGTON! 0. C.. or call onWHITE'S

for the day and to-night although it will! weak run-down persons, they have' spent on this scheme over

agency I I I hardly be as cold as yesterday. fifty thousand dollars, and this is for PHARMACY .
and after sickness colds ,
I I Weather Observer Reed in his summary dredge boats, one of the preliminary
yesterday morning said: coughs bronchitis and all 1O6 S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla.
Brand steps only. The total amount will run ,
Royal Collars "The
depression which was central
Ionday morning in northern Ala- throat and lung troubles. I i into the hundreds of thousands of dollars -

bama now appears over Maine with Try it on our guarantee.W. I l even a million: or more, some say. B. L. HALL
the whitest collar made considerable increase in intensity; I If there was any reasonable certaintyas & CO.WILL .
guaranteed rains to this helping the state then all
and snows have contlnuec'
SELL FOR SIXTY
all linen I east of 'the Mississippi river; rains ". White & Co. right and good let the work go ahead; DAYS

were heavy in parts of Alabama, but a large number of the best informed FOUR FULL QUARTS
Georgia and the Carolinas and leading c'.tizens: of the state
Monday ---
--- -- ---
i, (and we say they: are not bought up, S ...OF... I
and heavy snows have fallen over'New
15 cents each
two for 25
or cents. I
as Broward accuses practically
York and New England states: CLEVELAND ONFISHING every
this storm also caused high northeasterly body of being if they differ with him) THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY.I .
I!I shifting to northwesterly firmly! and honestly believe the tremendous -
wind! throughout the Atlantic states. I TRIP expenditure this scheme will I FOR $3.50.
-
,niWHITEST" I Snow was falling at 7 a. m. In north- I require will be of no benefit, but an I Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
ern portions of Alabama Georgia absolute waste to the state. In the
COLLAR !'western North Carolina Pennsylvania EX-PRESI'DENT' NOW ON HIS AN-' first place, there is no need for more goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
'and parts of New York and agricultural lands; the state and its
New Eng; order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy Fla.
I land. The high pressure area ovorthe NUAL OUTING IN SOUTH citizens have millions of acres of fertile ,

I west has caused much colder and tillable lands that are undevel--
I weather throughout the Gulf and I- FLORIDA. oped and uncultivated that can be HHf4MWfaH & -1t'"H" H.," .

LINEN i South Atlantic.state-s and skies have purchased at reasonable prices. Evenin I WATCHES
I.I cleared! from the Rocky Mountains to: The last i issue of The Palm Beach Polk county we have thousands of DIAMONDS JEWELRY |

159 the Mississippi river. Frosts were News says: acres of rich productive lands lying I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE 2 S
... I I observed' this 'morning In southern 'Former President of the United wild and open: ; these we would like .
EACH i Alabama central Texas Mississippi[ States Grover Cleveland, now peihapa" *-- to see improved and utilized before I STERLING SILVERWARE, |

and North Carolina and conditions I "the most distinguished private our money, because we own a considerable 1
j I I are favorable for frost to-night 'in citizen in the world has' arrived at chunk of the money Broward | ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, i:
( ROYAL 49))
)N Western Florida where the fair Stuart Florida on an annual fishing proposes spending is spent In developing CUT GLASSWARE.
"SLIP EASY RAMP weather will continue through Wed trip to this state. ,Mr. Cleveland! too a section which if it turns out as S

I ITAJ1DARDIOTHII1G I nesday with light northerly winds." a well known devotee to fishing; and the governor thinks, will come in competition -
'11 especially to the m tins .
sport a.aie with this section and take '
of I The Original. and visits here each year, and it wit} I farmers from our county instead of Engraving and Fine Stationery. 11

1. I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I be remembered that the last trip ,to adding to the number now here. Why I 11I I

"a. (({j I Honey and Tar as a throat and lung i Hobe Sound made by the late Joseph not build up the sections that are already .
I I remedy, and on account of the great! I Jefferson was In company with Mr. partially developed, instead of
11\ II IIt3 merit and popularity of Foley's Cleveland, on fishing;bent[ bringing competition aga'nst them Mail Orders Receive! Prompt Attention.

.THIESEnBUILDmG Honey and Tar many imitations are Mr. Cleveland with a party of and providing a means of developing .
; offered for the genuine. These worthless friends arrived in St. Augustine last agricultural centers? We do not feel i

r.S imitations have similar sounding; week en route from hishome in alarmed however along this line because -
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s. names. Beware of them. The genuine Princeton N. J., to Stuart, Fla., where in our opinion the whole schemewill L Em O. Zadek Jewelry Ce.
I Foley's Honey and Tar is In I
a yei- he expects to shoulderarod, and reel never amount to anything, but
-- .,.. low package. Ask for it fusa MOBILE ALA.
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and make war on the tinny tribe that prove out a big injury to the state in ,
substitute. It is the best
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. I a large number of friends and relatives any remedyfor flourish ,In the waters around and the way of large expenditures of *** *T *<
IJte of the deceased and of the tam coughs and colds. W. A. D'AIem- about Sfuart. And perchance he will .. .
and Stuffed Alligators ready money that shall never be derived I -------- ------------ ----- ---------
brte. druggist and
'S for shipment Ii-. apothecary. take a shot or two at the ducks justto back out of the Everglades as the 4

Orange wood canes. with alligator keep in practice. drainage most likely will never be -

S heads. 75c. Why Blue BJblbon Vanilla and Lens: WM. ROCKEFELLER Along with the sport Mr. Cleveland perfect; if it is, then the lands will
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry Shell'Ion are growing more popular every expects to live out-of-doors as muchas never be fertile as a whole and suit TWO DAYS ONLY !

and! : Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a' day. :Absolutely pure. goes twice as he can, and receive the benefit of able for being cultivated. Even if
e.Li 8peclal )'. far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is HAS A CANCERBy the balmy Florida atmosphere.. Al suitable the state will be a quarter ot

. MRS C. N. McCLURE, Jlerf ct1on. though not exactly ill Tie I is1 not feeling" a century or more getting back the :
NIGHT
MATINEE AND !
Opera House Building quite as well as usual and is off tremendous amount the project will!;i)
f'c 107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. Retail Clerks, Attention.You Associated Press. In weight.It cost. In a business man such a project I
f'I are earnestly requested to at New York :Mar. 20.-The Evening was not until the dist'nguished would be ,termed a. "wild-cat'
AND THURSDAY MARCH 21 and 22
tend a special meeting of Local No. Post today says: : statesman-sportsman arrived in FlorIda scheme," with absolutely no certainty WEDNESDAY
FiJ K. WHITE, t 259 this evening at 6:15 o'clock. Important I "Confirmation was obtained today of with mind set on "gon'! a-fishin' "' to it, except the spending poasTjly.;

Watchmaker Msnufscturingleweler. and Graduate business is to be transacted. I the statements that William _Rockefeller that he realized the full extent of the' of a million dollars of the people's and Show this
The Dog Pony coming
B. F. I was suffering from but: only high-class year.
KING cancer since
Optician. 30 S. Paiafo Street. Pens aeola. Fla. I loss his last visit of his friend money. We believe tne dralna'ge!: of
Financial Secretary. not of the virulent; type reported. It and companon: on many a jolly outIng the Everglades should be dropped and 1! The exhibition beautiful, a performance incomparable.

was learned that Mr. Rockefeller was -Joseph Jefferson. For hardlycould the time and money spent elsewhere
TURTON & BELL. ,For a mild easy action of the bowels advised by his physicians last fall togo he got rod out and with baited We would like to know why the money '

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. a single dose of Doan's Rgulets I abroad because of a cancerous hook settled down for a quiet wait in the improvement fund is be"n: <1 SEIBELBROSDOGandPONYSHOWS
Kodak Suppliet. Finishing for Amateurs. I is enough. Treatment cures habitual I growth at the base of his tongue. Recent without recalling the many times, in used on this scheme instead of goingto .

I constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask! reports of his illness are attributed the past, that he end the famous actor the counties for good roads, as

J CutGlass and Diamonds I I your drugist for them. to probable; renewal of" the symptoms } set out together to try their luck wth: L provided bv, the law of 19')3Poll) !
previously displayed. the line. county is entitled to about (18,000 of
New Stock--Only the Best. I LADIES' MISSES', CHILDREN'S 'Mr. Cleveland still holds to the old this money and we would rather Introducing 2OO .! the finest Trained Animalm la Ins

W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox St. AND BABIES LATEST STYLES Don't Com lain. rule made while fishin'g at Palm I spend it on our roads than to see It t wtrtd. A pr.grammt ,e,,/.'. wilt noveltiesWATCIIFORTIIESTREETPARADEEVERYMJAT1I.

t -- ---, -- ,- --- AND PATTERNS. If your chest pains and you are un Beach with Mr. Jefferson that when as we truly and sincerely believe,'I
PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, able to sleep because of a cou'gh. Buy t the anchor is once thrown out. it is wasted on the drainage of the Ever f O'CLOCKI!

TERSELY TOLD Corner Intendencia and Baylen. a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup not to be pulled in for an hour let: glades.

and you won't have any cough. the luck be good or bad. The wise I 100 Thoroughbred Ponies. 75 Wonderful Dogs! 25 Marvelous MonkeysDoors
The EDlpr -.. of HUM la. Get a bottle now and that cough will I fisherman learned long ago what a L A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES

Photographer Chas. Cottrell Is on During the eighteenth century no Jess not last long. A cure for all pulmo' good principle was and also that. It Itching Blind. Bleeding. Protruding i Open at 1:30: and 7:30: p. m. daily. Performances an hour later

thf sick list than four empresses held sway over nary diseases. Mrs. J-. Galveston pays to stick to that principle orfce S Piles. Druggists are authorized to I JI

A, Russia and If perhaps the throne was Texas, writes: "I can't say enough you find it a rood one. to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. 'I I DON'TMISSTHEPARADE *
Breaky. of Bagdad, was among for Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The The ex president modestly declined:' 1
in more than one in
unjustly usurped
visitors to the city yesterday ou relief it has given me Is all that Is'; to talk about himself or his plans, and
tamess. stance It can at least be said of all of I .
to When I'rleutla Are Knme
I necessary for me say. Sold by showed an inclination to avoid the
''ouni)> Commissioner C. L. them that they reigned more wisely all d gglst8. crowds and especially the newspaper: "One of our greatest troubles U!' to -- ...

ms, M pine Barren, was among 'Ig-r than the emperors of that period and fraternity. He went south at 9:25 prevent patients from being killed by

fkitora here yesterday. that they have left names more famous TRIAL OF SANCHE Saturday evening, entering: the rail kindness! saitTa trained nurse in one Order Your
than those of their male predecessorsand COMMENCED TUESDAYThe through the baggage of the public hospitals. "On visiting
W'ayard entrance
H r,
Mrlntosh of Ix uisville e'lWrerk
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t0 the general of ha successors. With all her many ,' and boarding a sleeper, wherehe days when relations or friends are admitted ICE COAL andWOODI

V"uls\llle.. and Nashville manager was! in Pen faults Catherine the Great proved a trail of Sanchez, one of the and his party had staterooms re we have In many cases to exercise from ,

wcola" 'eRterday on business wise and powerful monarch and much men conduct at the calculated navy yard to, charged with, served. While the southbound train extreme vigilance. The amount of iI Consumers' and Fuel Company. I
"/I Mth I he road. connect-I that disfigured her history may be forgotten destroy good does not stop at Stuart arrangementswere improper even dangerous, food whlcb
seeing that: she almost totally morals and discipline of the navy, made and orders from headquarters one ablebodied relative can smuggle in I I Office-Corner Chase and Tarragon_Phon.25L
To fear tho worst oft was commenced before the naval ; !
a
there
abolished the custom of subjecting all were to stop under cover of a satchel or a voluminous -
worst and when loss' of employment court martial there yesterday morn-
i* Russian prisoners to( a system of ghastly cloak is almost incredible. -- -- -- -
lug.
threatened it is well to "cast an
anchor to windward" by advertising torture besides! repealing many oUter But little progress was made during THE DOCTOR HABIT I Only a few weeks ago I capturedand Nick's Buffet and
for another position. cruel amI barbarous laws. the day. One witnesa was placedon I carried away from the bed of a Beautifuland

the stand, but there was but lit. convalescent typhoid case a pasteboard
Magnolia Temple Xo. 4. Rathbons WashloKtoa'a Hand. tle tetlmonthe counsel 1 for the defense I And How She Overcome It. box containing two big green pickles! __'_ Restaurant
Sixers I When well selected food has helped -o '
will hold its regular meeting George Washington's hand wa described and the judge advocate arguing I and a piece of exceptionally rich cocoa- as natural asS
lilts afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. and all at I length upon the admissibility the honest physician place his patientin the mother life is what they
as that of a giant. On the last of health and free from the nut cake. It was boy's Is its
numbers sturdy the
I only place of
are requested to be present. occasion of General Lafayette's visit evidence. The testimony of the witness who brought the dainties: and presumably say of our
h is of satisfaction
:> grand lodge representatives TM'.l'iake : ,. "doctor habit" it a source 0 c Hnd In Pensacola, is factit
their report upon the recent to this country he remarked to Mr. Cus- adjourned was for not the concluded day. when cot.rt to all parties. A Chicago woman -;I she did not wish to shorten her is

mwting and other business will tis when referring to a former vIsit, says: I,I I son's days in the land. ?
*rae up for discussion. -You were holding to a single! finger of Heavy, impure blood makes "We have not had a doctor in thai 1[, "This sort of thing is of frequent oc. o Photographsafter I

Th, remains of Miss SaUna Morns- the good general's remarkable hand- dy, pimply complexion, headaches.naust'a. a mud-, house during all the 5 years that we]'I I currence in a hospitalIfc is strangely : A Pride to

who the greatest feat you could perform at indigestion. Thin have been using Grape-Nuts food. Be Iliurtrative of how little the average .

..'les were died Mopo'ay placed: at after rest a yesterday lingering! that time." Washington was the champion makes you weak pale sickly. blood Burdock fore we began however, ,we had "thedoctor' I man or woman understands the delicate 0 seeing them.You'll Pensacola.Larger .
match habit" and scarcely a week mechanism of the stomach and t 0 0 so, .
wrnoon in St. Michael's cemete-y. jumper of his day Tn one Blood Bitters makes the blood I say
'IQ" funeral services were conducted he covered 21: feet 3 Inches easily beatIng rich red pure-restores perfect I went. by without a call on our physician. stomachic disease."-New York Press cities cannQt

a Sl Michael's! and were attended by = all competitors."dYSjtemember health. '"When our youngest boy arrived 51 The Great Ea. ern. .AJ I boast of a better equippel t
""'--- Kodak place. The service Is the I
-- I was very much run dowa *
years ago The Great Eastern was Gfe feet long. ;
--- III* Jubilee
best that be had.
and nervous, suffering from: indigestion can :.:
Are S3: feet beam. 23 feet draft when load.
the Fuflffina a I Judge- you aware of any mitigating continuous n.tdacflfos.1 I II
and
almost
liJa ve -v&romo C A circumstances .in your case? ed. 23.OX tonnage; paddle engines. N
yumino, ("IL on every was not able to atten.l to my ordinary nominal Developing and Nick Apostle Propt'rDIE
; screw en I I
Prisoner Yes. 1.000 horsepower
honor. ThlsMs
your the ,
;
tore aCoM IDO Cr11 C"L bog. 25a domestic duties an! was so nervous nominal.! She _ finishing done In _
2 D a
Day. n yt fiftieth time I have been here for vagrancy that I could scarcely control ,my gines. l, OO horsepower ,
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'"!-:-- and I thought'that perhaps we self. Uzder advice I took to Gn1 was- commenced to be built at MlHwall hurry and cheaper -
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might get up a small jubilee. Nuts."I t"j I In the spring of 1$."'* and was launched than at any 'other .

am now. and have been ( after mauy difficulties on Jan. 30. place In the city.
Fer Two Pica since we began to use GrapeNutsfood 1SJS. The history of the Great Easternwas
Malj orders
PAINTERS' BRUSHES. FINE (QUALITY.We -My wife told me this morning that able to do all my own work The from the first financially an unfortunate attention.given
for two pins she'd kiss me." dyspepsia, headaches. nervousnessand one. She made several voyages prompt
I "How affectionate!" rheumatism which used to drive to the United States at a great _ If our pictures

invite all Painters to call and "No; merely crafty. She's after two I me fairly wild have entirely disap loss to her owners but in 1S63 and 1SG6 can't suit you. you When the,eat
*.e.? our stock of Paint and Varnish diamond hatpins she peared. redeemed her characterby .
can't
saw In a jeweler's she somewhat be suted.I SteiJms' lectrlc
Brushes. Every kind you want and window yesterday." "My husband finds that in the night laying the Atlantic ca 1
successfully
the best bristles. We say the same Rat and Roach Paste
need and of work In which he is engaged Grap owing to her vast, I
Nuts food supplies him the most ble. Subsequently ffg of our prices, Th- ;-put* drt... them ... of tile UlaN tad
Tbe Jte.icbl.aee size she was Instrumental in laying IdrlM .lorla -darII to
p tkMr boaj *
15 Cents to Two Dollars. wholesome strengthening and satisfying I :iMrralMtar of lulr*. :tr bac*.VOta. _
I "A wild goose has really some reason lunch took with him." most of the important cables across the rare- .._ ........- I to be classed in courage with the he ever Atlantic In the Mediterranean through KauffmannROMANA .... Il..r. ...*..tor uf nt M iMckk .....
Saunders Mill I Name given by Postum Co., Battle ....-taa&equaN Ilae. J:1"'rM: '-
Company eagle. the Red etc. In Ib68 she was sold r tbLSTUm'ELECTttc'piSTE
: Creek, :Mich. sea :: ; :: : : I
"In what respect There's a reason. Read the it- at auction In Lireryo.il l to "be broken AND PALAFOX. CoZuJuiiriliUJL
PIlon" 717. 21 East garden Street.' I "It Is care to>> die game."-Baltimore tie book "The Road Wellville," in up. bringing the sum of $ .i2l-Lon- 'f

I American. Pkgs. don Globe. '. Pensacola. FIJL _

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T" 4 PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURN A L, ,WEDNESDAY_ MORNING, MARCH 21,. 190 .

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4r a careful reading of the Judge's, : ::: ::. :: :. = =:: : ;.
: speech it is thoroughly convinced that ff% ; of the household, for without ( Marine Grocery Co.

J his trip south and his speech at Jackson EJ : : can complete. How
:r eenatnht3oufnati real of the cam- ABY'Angels 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palai0x SL
'is the opening D | picture of mother and babe! hone 725.

n: ... ipalgn against Bryan"Th. I smile at and commend the CORNU'HEN
News-Reporter
Talladega
:" of the mother Y. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE
and
_> thoughts aspirations .
views It differently, if we are to jUi'gefrom !: f | -
::4:1 i : DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY., Parker's text and the life and I;'. bending over the cradle. ,The ordeal through H )ME OF GOOD THINGS TO

character of the former democratic V II I C E which the expectant mother must pass, however EAT

!!( PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY leader from Nebraska. It says of the W | ,is so full of danger and suffering that she Just Received:

,, speech of Parker: looks forward when she shall feel Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunrt
to the hour
;" ...BY... "His theme w\a democracy wluci: 55 kit or fancy Mackerel. ji.23"c
he says is against bossim and the recent -I the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread; and fear. kit. :

t1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY. revelations of shame and graft.I I Every woman should know that the danger pain and horror of child 60 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.

Sticking to' principles and fighting'I birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific 5'') kits halibut :fins $1.25 per kit
1 such evils would win: better things liniment which and renders all 50 kita of Cod Tongues and Sound
+ for external use only, toughens pliable .
!.f and results, said he. $1.%:' pej kit. '
I FRANK L. MAYCS, President and General Manager. the in
1 The New York Herald which has parts, and assists nature Bloaters Milkers and Roes, Herrln
t -------- ,---'-----j'-- its sublime work. its aid Pickled Salmon ?
By
probably better facilities for locatingthe Codfisn., Dill Pickle"

: !_ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. judge, and judging of his mis- thousands of women have MOTH E R S FOOD! I German :Sauer Krout. ,.

1 sion south says that Parker wants to passed this great crisis in perfect Pigs F set in kits Ji.OO.
,, start a boom for McClellan, and then Mane ll and Lange's Fruit Cab
without
and pain.
I safety
adia. Biscuit Co's
.: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : National Fruit Cake, *;:>
"That the has his turn Sold at bottle Our book pound.
;; mayor eye $ioo per druggists. per
4 One Year..................$5 00 One Month....... ........ 45 ed: toward the presidential nomin of all sent free. Address F GIEiD I We handle the celebrated blends
41 Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................. V/* ation in 1908, and that he has behind priceless value to women makesCHiCKENS Loffee roasted bv: the Gulf City Coff of
: ...; t Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l O( him men prominent as conservative* BRADFlELn REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca Co.. H. P. Chlpman, Manager ee

la the democratic party Is generally Oaxaca, 35c: lb.; Gold Standard >
( Krown In political circles. A campaign LAY lb: Diamond Blend 25c Ib;
The Pensacola From Detailed ----------- 10eiStrictly :!
Only Newspaper Which a in the interest of his: ambltloa Rio ZOc Ib

Circulation Can has been under way for several fresh roasted and
Statement Be Secured. as goo
; weeks. It keeps them fat and as any Co tee sold in this city,
"Throughout the south,' it Is said, NEW Send us your orders and we will fo
systematic work has been going onto in a healthy condition. liver prompll.Y.I t
Offices 108 and 110 East I
1 Papers Saleon Trains
1 on
f ascertain the sentiment regarding I Cheaper,than all other
:i Government. Phone 38. |[ and at all News Stands. the mayor as presidential timber. To hen food and I
those familiar with what aaa been prepared

iPENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY :MOR ING. MARCH 21, 1906 done caused the little utterance surprise of!! Mr.A Parker public; Sleeping Car ServiceBETWEEN decidedly better.' 1 ** PIANOS AND ORGANS. !
For following CASH OR EASY I
speech of that character had been sale by the TERMS. :
i:1: 0 All Piano Work Guaranteed.
looked for from one quarter. dealers "
only
one battleship that will be : 'l> CLUTTER *
9 Our Very Inadequate longer.: "Much quiet work has already been RUSHING *
wider faster '$ 12 EAST
deeper have GOVERNMENT
thicker i done, .and among the men in touch East Hill Grocery Co.. ST. *
j4 Coast Defense armor and 0 PHONE
ordnance than
stronger 476.
: with affairs confidence is expresses in J. B. Roberts & Co. ,
t: The New York Sun of March 15 even the Dreadnought It will cost the ability of the combination to carry Harden & Co. a ,, a
millions .
several of ,
f.
dollars but "we'vegol
: -;; contains an editorial entitled, "Our the out its plans." E. B. Hoffman & Son ;? "
money. In connection with -- ---------
: The Journal knows nowthing of any Pensacola and Jacksonville. Warfiell Grocery Co. I -
Unmanned Coast Defense which Is the construction of greater and still
.. effort to poll the south or to get th3 (ID. J. Cunningham.John .
;t4 northy of general attention by th2 greater merchant vessels and warships sentiment of the south on the ques Peters. Professional Director?
some attention is
h people of the United States as well being givento tion McClellan's nomination. It Is i Mrs. Seegert.
.
Mr. William
Barclay Parsons' objection :
I
as by those of our seaport cities who known however, that McClellan l la II. Crary.
to a lock canal THOS. PE3LEY
across Pana popular: In this section, but the south: Leaves Pensacola I ,
l$ are more oirectly familiar with the ma. Mr. Parsons argues that the Is not going to let New York dlctat3 _______________________5 p. m.' John Raucher. I It
situation which it describes an! the steel ship 900 feet ]Ions is. practically to it what it shall do. If the Bel- Klen: Grocery Co. LAW. : REAL ESTATE. LOANS AN3

need which It emphasizes. within sight. To accommodate such monts and his kind keep their hands WARR1NGTON.Geo. I COLLECTIONS
rni a ship, he it will be PALAFO?* AND ROMANA.
j1 The Sun. after a careful Inquiry In says necessary: to off-if the men who have made millions Arrives Jacksonville 10:50 t
have locks at least 1,000 feet long, _.:.____--_j______ a. m. PHONE 559.
h to the condition* obtaining in o'ir by dishonest methods-will!] Bauer.:
and if for
,
of '
these
any reason one t
stand aloof and not offensively[ Frank Langley.
i\ coast artillery finds that of the thirty monster ships should become unmanageable appear _

4 1' thousand men required to adequately In a lock with only 100 feet 'young to mayor dictate of New to the York party may possi-the Leaves Jacksonville___-___-_________-____4 p. m. -' I G. YATES M. D D.
spare room and ram the lock
; man the batteries Installed along our I gates tly be the nominee of the party in
there would be ,
a disaster.,Imagine such
1- coast, halve but one-third that 1908 but doubt the wisdom of the
we ; we
:a ship aa the Dreadnought poking her of :McClellan .by frenzied fi Arrives Pensacola Lewis Bear & Go OPTICIAN
number or just ten thousand-in ac I ram through the gates at the high! nanciers.support to whom Judge Parker himself i __________________ 1:15a. m. 3OB TH/ESEV BUILDllIGCo"'t1re11
tual service. ,l level! But the great majority of the .1
made this
in his Jackson speech .
The Inadequacy of this force Is ap 9 f5" that have been put in the way: bold reference : For Sole Agents,
:
o! the canal construction particulars see or write
are no: in
e parent when it is'realized that to meet this
) our I "Now, how are we ; Pensacola Florida. :
the least likely] to eventuate. ,
1
coast defenses woulo! b9 the first! crisis? Shall we hesitate to punish ; ,
iv i because our criminals wear -broadcloth III : = = =_ ; : =:= FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
; point attacked by a hostile fleet, and The agitation In favor of -
Volapukand !
: instead! of the fustian. or the : j. w. LURTON Pensacola, Fla.HICKS'.
: that the attack would fall suddenly
Esperanza has
broken out
again. I rags in which some were once clad? ,
and the time would' not be available 'Bout time for the monkey talk inns I It lies entirely beyond my province to .

4 to organize and instruct the militia tIn o appear upon the scene once more. instruct, or to advise individual I Division Freight and Passenger Agent,

the highly technical work required I executive officers or public prosecuI r'"ti CAPUDINE
of modern artillerymen. I bra but there. ig no easy, I L. & N. i IMMEDIATELY
Railroad. Pensacola CIRU
Fla.
,. The Value of '1n the punishment criminals anymore ?
Take the defenses at Pensacola for than in anything else. The way r HEADACHESBrettu
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example. The guns now installed at Want Advertising.Want to convict Is to convict. There are today A ---- ---- -- q'Y'4 Brettu up

Fort Pickens and Fort McRae require within the state of New York : c IN TO IS HOIKSTrillBottb
42 officers and 981 enlisted men to advertising is the "standardremedy I few more; men who, involved in insurance J ..- lOc. ADT'OeO
- for "thorns" in jour side." frauds,.have themselves furnished
7- serve them, but there are only 18 officers GORDON
ILaey ootp1oyee-unsa"'dactory| ; tenant evidence..fairly corroborated orthe &BROWNHARDWARE

1'e and 448 enlisted men stationed -poor cook-any sort of "thorn" witness stand. of their own venal. '' -: ; ::;;
r at these posts and this is the largest ity." ; ,
removed and the wound quickly : _
garrison south of ,
artillery Fort Mon
I
healed, by .want
advertising. ." :t
roe. The present garrisons at Forts 23p
-a. *
i z "i Pickens and McRae are baldly more The determined man-whether he .. NEWS AND VIEWS COMPANY.

;'0.h'v. than sufficient to keep the guns wants a. job. a partner, to make an e FROM STATE PAPERS.

.. cleaned and in working order. Whet I investment or to find an Investor- I'j Uk

jg then could they do In the face of a.I will ba found "Battering the Gates of a

; cT tostile, attack and how long would: Opportunity" with the solid-shot of: -
Paid to be Late. c 0

they The last? Publicity. Those belated crops of orangeawhich Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings,
handling
of modern guns re- are just now seeking the mar
: : oulres skill and training and it !snot 'Most" want ads. are "stitches in ket are bring'ng good prices while Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,

t possible to serve them with raw time, and Bounces of prevention." buyers are looking for them instead Barbed Wire Nails If you like to keep your DR.J.H.MOCKDental
Boat
of their be and Spikes
recruits. Fur this reason it maybe. r To having to consigned ,
lose a tenant be
' k4:: assumed that In case of war Pensa-If may a disaster to run the risks of that method of doIng Tarred Roofing Building Hardware food dry and good and
: you rely upon a placard to secure business. The. amount of bloomon ,, Surgeon.Crown .
r :+ cola would be only about 50 I
per cent another; a fiiera "incident" If the trees for this season is not
: Scissors Razors
Pocket
defended. :you use the classified advertising col- yet ascertained, as trees seem to becoming Cutlery.SPECIALPRICESTOTHETRADE. cold then you simply and Bridge Work a Special
.
'-r' A proposition to increase the standing -,:umns. on slowly and rather Irregu Painless Extracting of Tee 1.

fi$ army is never popular and! The larly in some localities, 'but on the must have .AUTOMATIC 28/2! S. Palafox St.

.::4 Journal Itself has frequently taken: Want advertising affora'sMETHOD h whole the indications are for. a large an 7 and 9 Old Armory Buildiig.
-Tampa Times. Phone 1077.
'i strong grounds against It. But in of securing or disposing o r. crop. Refrigerator.

t this case It Is evident that an In. things-the" "only means worth calling;] A Quiet Campaign. Mail Orders Promptly Shipped. I
a [ethod.
crease should be made. What Is the Every canddate: who has anouncedso Legal Advertisements

.4' use of spending money on coas; fortifications If the want ads. In this far promised that there shall be no Telephone No. 767.
paper didn'tbring L BIDS WANTED.
and "mud slinging" this coming election.
modern
If longranseguns results, it would only be a short We must then look for a very quiet -wwvww z1c11i 'Bids will be recs'ved: by the Board'
we are to have no men to'i4'
time until this paper wouldn't have campaign.Quincy Herald and Era. of Public Works until:M Man 'J
' serve them? What manufacturer any want ads.KeepIng 107 SOUTH PALArOX STREETPENSACOLA 1906, for the sweeping of tht- paveS

; would install a costly plant and then East Coast Injured.To portion of Palafox stret from the !it

4 let it lie idle without men to run it? boarders once called "the all appearances Uncle Sam madean NEW METHOD LAUNDRY day of April untU the 1st dav or (October
IV
1906. Bond will be reoulreo
m It is not to be expected that the genteel occupation of widows" may ass of himself in authorizing quar _!- %_. the successful bidder. The Board ot

,, condition of affairs described can be! be made a9 profitable as any other antine against Cuba March 15. and after t. MT. UUVJtrVCf. PnvHe'o "'. 'W... -.,..,... ........ .. Public Works reserves the right to
all
remedied all at onc but certainly small business if the advertising Is running visitors! out of the reject any and all bids. :(/DJ.rItNOTICE.
island declaring the order void IndeUnltely
something should .be properly attended to.
ttbne In that di
because
there is no apparent
it rection. The bill which Representative need of said quarantine. .
To a man who has a .little There's little Not'ce Is hereby given that on1'(/
Hull, of Iowa chairman of the money good in kicking'but l
as a matter of "What you fet for your money is more will
I Ij-
to invest the real estate 14th day of April A. D. 1906.
house committee on military affairs advertisements and businessopportunity fact Florida and the east coast, In par. New L. C. Smith Important than what you p&y." ply to lion. Henry Bel'inger! count
ticular. ,
are as interesting have been damaged irreparably
has Introduced In congress will, If I Judge of Escambla County, Fior.da.:
as are the store advertise this season by the quarant'ne orders. The NEW CITY at
for order : the sale.
passed partly supply the deficiency, an authorizing
ments to -Miami
Metropolis.
the
house-wlfc-aDi:! that fasa.Ing VISIBLE TYPEWRITER '
! and it should be passed. It will increase .- private sale, of the interest of Thos
a good deal. GROCERY COMPANYGEO. Sinnott Wm. J. S'nnott. Jos. 0 :*
r.J: the co'ast' artillery by about Broward's "Dream Mattress." I Most;, complete machine on iho market. nott, Annie M. E. F. Sinnott M.;.' *'

.4:1 5.000 men and that will help as fares If :your rent i U too high. wouldn't Governor Broward while at the See them at my office or write for prices W. PpYOR &. SON Sinnott Alberta M. Sinnott, Karftieei! !

It goes.William. it be better to sub-let a furnishedroom Dade County Fair., atMiami, last ard descriptive matter.L. Proprietors. E. Sinnott and Lester L. Sinno' m.>
week, purchased a.sponge mattress I nors In and to the following! dear o/""
than to into .
move a cheaper is the East Hill resl.dents'
Rockefeller has cancer of house? Even for $25 known as "a'dream mattress." S. BROWN real estate to-wlt: Lot iturfour: (
if
convenience for
you are a trifle
the stomach. Money can't stand off I While resting his 267 pounds of ((31)) of the Donoldson Tract In the Grim Destro>er. "proud, it might be better. obesity he can dreamt' the Immense, Pensacola, Fla. I hfeh-grade! ea'abies; at of Pensacola. Escambia Counn, Pi:
prices In line with
sugar cane crops to grow upon the reclaimed 201 Thiesen Building. I ) Ida, said jot having a fron'age 01 II""
rany men of minds" down-town stores. In
many get lands.-Jacksonville Metropolis. feet on the north 6'rte of Human*'
The Never Ending Race acquainted-to their mutual profit. fact. street by a depth of 205 feet monless )'

. For Naval and satIsfaction-through the For; ............................... ................. We Sell Cheaperthan on the east side of Df\"ltt.r*! .
Supremacy.. Sale and Exchange columns of thisnewspap. A Cordial Invitation. other Wm. J. Sinnott. Guardian of mo> J
stores in
: The race for naval r. We respectfully place the city of Sinnott Wm. J. filnnott! Jos G bin-
'* r supremacy Tampa at the disposal of :Messrs. Hudson i is i ii I our das! Everythingwe nott Annie M. E. F S.'nnou' M lltJ"\ l'.
goes merrily on. and no sooner has Spring handle is guaranteed .
The officIals of Burr and Frank Harris as a fitting I S'nnott: Alberta M. Sinnon, Ka aieea
the be
weather to fresh
one nation constructed the department pure
most powerful scene for their debate on the E. Sinnott Lester U SnnOtLMarch
and
"Ig battleship afloat, than other nations at Washington are respectfully Railroad Commission.-Tampa Tri I and of the best quality. 6. 1906.

: j begin to figure uptfa a vessel advised that a cold wave struck West bune. i Now Here Adulterated Foods 14thmaroaw4w.Aattachment.
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u1 that Is even more powerful. Ever Florida Tuesday. The local office Field Means Bad Health
Now Open.
k"t since the Dreadnought was launchedby was/'on, but the main guys seem to As Moreno Jones has declined the i and spring cleaning is being planned. You'll find quite therefore you should Notice Is Notice.of the institution -

Great Britain the Navy. Department have overlooked, the matter-at leastin field is open to others.-Apalachicola! a bit of o'd furniture that' you'll want to replace with .* guard against this of an hereby attachment given uit by Mrs

3 4.: I has teen figuring upon a vessel their prognostication. Times. .new, butEspecially .. very important question E. B. H ster against Reginald Hehte:

ii; that would be her superior and, according : and plac your In the Circuit Court of me First Jutf
to the Savannah News. Con- Having garnered all the loose --- -- ------ -- Will i orders with us, as our clal Circuit State of Florida in anJ

; gress is about ready to authorize the! change in Tampa and Jacksonvillethe | motto Is '"Purity." ) for Escambia County, and the said d*

construction of such a warship. The upon Divine New Orleans.Sarah has now descended WHEN I You Want New Mattings i {: Our Fresh .Meat DepartmentIs ed fendant are required and' all to other appear persons to
ik1 News In a recent issue, had the following praised by everyone the 2d day of July, A. D. 191)6.' *,

1 ] to say upon 'the subject: & I MEDCINES : Now, we want you. to come In and see us about the fur- : who visftd It for its P. Reese attorney for plalnt'ff.14maroaw3m. : .

Great Britain beat the worM -viih nitura and matting .question-we've everything you want. : cleanliness.: We carrya .
her monster battleship Dreadnought PARKER'S MISSION. FAIL : :Nice Rockers $iis, $2.50 and up to $20.00. Odd Dressers full line of all kindsof .

c : : which is bigger, thicker, faster anti -,- *# : from $9.00 up to $25.00 and more. Spring patterns : fresh meats fish, NOTICE.
-, China and Japanese Mattings are lovely, 25 oysters and vegetables Notice to creditor
mounts more Runs than anything of # Montgomery J/urnaL and 35 cents Is hereby given
the sort ever before attempted. But 1- i a yard. Laid Free, Also fine quality of Window Shades legatees. distributees and all otS r

:T If Great Britlan imagined that the C '$ $'f POSTUM with. Hartshorn rollers, 50 cents and up-Hung !Free. For Quick Service. persons having claims or deman-'
United States was going to stay beaten against the estate of Emma P.tzn*

etA" lonjr. she reckoned without her It l ia Interesting to note the MARSTON A I and SatisfactionCor. rick deceased, to present the MS*
many ,
QU1NA
host. Having entered the list of and varied comments of the press of 10 days mar solve your I.I 10th Ave..' and 14th St. within two ((2) years to the unde?
4;. world Powers, *'e are going to kep the south and the north on the late problem. signed who has taken out letters rt

;)t right up into the front among them; speech of Judge Alton B. Parker delivered "THERE'S A REASON." 108410. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. tell,Ventral') to eWe you tamentary upon the estate of the *:a'a

ti wherefore Congress is preparing: to at Jickson, Miss.. XO. ABO deceased.

, authorize the construction. -at J least The Opelika News says that "after L. ;............. ......................................! February 14 J.. 1906.C. GREEN. 14feboai Executor

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THE PEN S'A C 0 LA .JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY. : MORNING, MARCH 21, 1906 PAGE FIVE. 4.

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. Children's PEOPLE For BeikItLuncheon FISH TRA.INI3DNURSE


IN THE .
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OxfordsIt .
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) I ItI1fiute <$ AND eee COMMISSIONER. OF ,Years of Experience, Advises Women in
won't take more than a

for you to guess BOWERS TELLS OF Regard to Their Health. .
\ EVENTSBy Tea
who's who in this line. Take or MARKET IN Martha Poblmaa

pike at our Sunbursts, Pumps, ? Chester Avenue f"

Theos: Clios, Etc., in Patents, 1 The Jacksonville ) Nurse N. J., who from is the a '
E. NELLIE A few small biscuits made with Commissioner: George : '
Tans and White Canvas, and BECK easily l y Training School,

vnu'U promptly decide that Telephone No. 669 .Royal Baking Powder. Make them oJ to Washington the Bureau on of Saturday Chief., and Clinic for

the h&nd in at the
MEYER has upper Florida and Cuba, where Philadelphia '

Children's Footwear, as usual. RATHBONE SISTERS GAVE small-as small l round as a napkin ring. the cultura' of, sponges ,below writes the bhe letter has '

SUCCESSFUL'DANC keting of fish in that vantage of personal '
.' .
The ladies of 'iens Mix and bake just before the meal. ,"I have always held," besides her nt ?.%
cola Temple No. education,
Bowers, 'that the old
MEYER SHOE COMPANY 14. Rathbone Sisters who managed she has to say ,, iii' '
, : the dance given' Monday night are to Serve hot. raised chickens and the be absolutely relied 1 / .. '

Furnishers For Folks be congratulated upon scoring a great I Fisheries were the great t II.
Feet success. Nothing better for a light dessert tors of mankind. Ag long other women are \ t'
I 102 S. Palafox St. The beautiful fan donated by Watson and fish are to be had as she was. They 'e
Reese & Parker was awarded to health in the "
! Miss Cornelia Welch, and the hand than these little hot biscuits with butter trusts In the world way. It is prudent ,

some fob and charm donated? by Wil meat market un"reasonably such advice from '

P. S.-We KNOW our Ham Gahlenbeck to Mr. James and honey, marmalade or jam.. the masses of people wi) a source. -
Wheat as the best lady and gentle- Pohlman writes: .r.' 4
KNOW chickens and fish.
stuff and that gives us nan dancers. am firmly ptwtuaded, ,, 'S
You must use Powderto Mr, Bowers stated that ht years of experience $
and Royal Baking p
the confidence courage 'Mrs. N. McKenzie Oerting tha com Lydia E. I'intbam' t 4'C '
of -
markets Havana
it at its value and mittee appointed to solicit the prizes were Compouu.'. that it '
to price is being highly complimented on their get them right. efficiency antf! safest an.!be,.t medicine -

ask that price without fear beauty.: ':. : condition is probably due suffering! woman to & .. k
Pensacola 14 has made a success of .!" otman tu.
or favor. number of Catholics who :ly after my v .
every entertainment it has given, due ROYAL BAKING' POWDER CO.,NEW YORK ot fish. e I 'found that my :. '
to the splendid workers in its memo I consumers began to fail nw. I ba- i-
In Florida Mr. Bowers weak and pate with .
, bership. Cho'ce 'refreshments. were ___h __ __,_ __ ___' bearing-down pains., '. '
lICK NO. 16 i served as usual.EXCELSIOR --- fish were generally eaten
bactaches: ana fre- '
Readall hours to answer calls' -.- SEIBtL'S DOG SX! YOUNG MENBUYTHBFROLiG I teniarkably cheap. The dizzy spells. The doctors .- .
FLINCH MEETS for me, I did '
yet -
i I in shad and
irtn bringing
+o anPlrt: of city. First class In WITH MRS. W. L. HAHN. 'f I wo-ild bloat '
f\en r.'peCt.' Fast and gentle horses from the St. Johns river *atnj*, and freouently

nd 'poi te drivers. Phone No. 183.i.rorge The Excelsior Flinch meats' this afternoon AND PONY SHOW I streams: where they are nauseated 1 bad __ u.. _
I: K. Faulk with Mrs. W. L. Hahn 807 down through my limbs to I couti bility irritability, nervousness, Sleeplessness -
East Strong. I sell them to the dealers walk. It 1tU as! bed a tasa of female) melancholy "all-gone and"wanttobeleftalone"
prce.: This assures the as I hare ever known. Lydia E. ,
-+- feelingsblneiaud
UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT WILL FINE LITTLE PLEASURE CRAFT Vegetable Compound, however
3 FRIENDS SURPRISEDMISS an abundance of. cheap me within four mouths. Since that hopelessness they should remember
DAVENPORT. BE GIVEN IN PENSACOLA PASSES INTO HANDS OF $100,000 Worth of have had occasion to recommend it to there is one tried and true remedy.
:
COfFEE of petit'f1t8'sutrerlng from all :1 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
There was a jolly party at Fisher TO-DAY AND TO-MOR NEW' OWNERS. Tarpon Springs Fla. of female tLfficultw, and I find that at once removes such troubles.
yule Monday night when a party of said ,has become the it Is considered unprof kuonal to r 'o- No other female medicine in the

friends surprised ,Miss Mahina Dav ROW. --- er of sponges. of any a patent Lydia medicine E. Finkhain', I ran. Vegetable honestly I world has received such widespreadand
the Pioneer -
We
are enport. f 'The fine, yacht Frolic formerly own- United States. In the for I have fourI that it cures I unqualified endorsement.
Coffee Roasters of Refreshments cards and music I ej1 by ,Messrs. fltt, and Connors has )pttontha: $100,000 worth ills where all other n ;.icine fails. It The needless suffering of women from
, whiled th.a happy. .hours away like mo A dog and pony show with a feature -I been purchased by six young men of have been marketed from medicine for sick: women." diseases peculiar to their sex is terribleto
see. The which to
Florida.fucHUGH'S they
West ments. star is the "tent show the city who have had the boat over- ,cannot buy such testimony as money pay
getting : doctors who do
This large production is not help them is an
The ladies present were Miss Ethel haulad and are now getting her ready merit alone can produce Inch re
and Miss Modeste Wilklns'Miss Annie business" down to a pretty fine point. for the yachting season. said, to the :' and the ablest specialists now enormous and the waste. The pain is cured

I Baker[ Miss Florence Byrne, Miss The Seibel Bros. of Watertown, Wis* The new owners are Walter Pitt. numbers of Greek divers that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege Pinkham's money Vegetable is saved by Lydia. E.
BLENDShave Vsrgie: Shepard.: Miss Pearl Tervln the latest to this field is the most univer Compound.It
managers enter Jno. Cary Whiting Ed. Care Arthur Mediterranean. These Compound is well for women who are ill to
and the attractive hostess, while the of amusement ara respons.blo for thu Wihon Robt' Hargls and Ed. Gale adepts at procuring successful remedy for all female :write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.
gentlemen were Messrs. Brydon and new order of things. As Mr. Chal Quina. able to go ,to greater: known to ''medicine. The present Mrs. Pinkham is the
Randall Bell Mr. Bryan 'Baker. Mr Frohman present Mr. John Drew; so Heretofore the boat has been rigged nat'ves.! '. women are troubled with ir daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham,
no equal. A trial Leon DeBroux, and Mr.. Oscar Daven tiff the Seibel Bros. present Mr, Monk with combination sail and power but At Cocoanut Grove and suppressed or painful periods her assistant for many years before her

will convince the con- port. v Kokomo, three sheet lithograph and tha,mast has been taken out of her In Florida the displacement or ulceration decease, and for tw nty-five years
-- &11. Kokomo 1$ supported by a company and she will now be propelled s&ely ing forward extensive female organs, that bearing- sin.-e her advice has been freely givento
noisseur that we COZIES MET WITH of 200 twenty-four of which are by engine. The Frolic is one of the sponge farming and feeling inflammation backache sick women. In her great experience -
MISS DOROTHY SKINNER.The monkeys, 75 are 'POnies and 75 are finest pleasure crafts In the h.rw>rand The yield for the last (or flatulence), general debili which covers many years she
make no extravagant dogs. Each is a wonderful animal her new owners will no doubt has declined and because and nervous prostra has probably had to deal with dozensof
claims. Cozy Club met Friday evening actor but not a star. To Kokomo belongs make good use of her during the coi: :..-; sence in the market of : or are' beset with such symptoms cases just like vours. Her advice s\\a\
with Miss Dorothy Skinner. In the &,falntness,latitude,excita- is confidentIal. {I
that honor absolutely, and lie jag; season. size, the price has : strictly
absence of Miss the Fidelia president' Sublett Miss Lizzie i Is said to Wholesale and RetailGROCERS Fisher pr.e- In the' world Befora joining the ., Thomas' Eclectric Oil is th'ebest I very small for several 3'
.
sided. ,
, Seibel Bros., Kokomo was a :New remedy for that often fatal disease I the spongers attribute to I -
I
Miss Marjorie Yonge had the best York and ParJ vaudeville ,performer -lrcup. Has l> et |used with successin ence ,of cloudy water, I --. Fine lot of Diamonds at exceed'ogly* '
paper. and the recitations of. Miss and both the New York and Pans onr famlj Jo* eight years.: "-iMrs.L. little doubt that it is due low prices for a few days only. Ask
Fidelia Sublett Miss Mary' Winston Js'
:journals have devoted whole column* ., Whlteacre BuSa'o.; N. Y. oieasure to the on to see them.
.
Uones Dorothy DIshman
and Miss ,
to his "act" and sine* joining the' I '
grounds.
of Feed Here greatly "enjoyed.Mlss ., Seibel he has his I J. F. DAVIS._213_S._Pa'afox St.. :
and all kinds Bros proved right I I" SPED.9FANIMALS. It- aid there are -
to be featured as a headliner, even the water rarely clears I ;
Stuffs.PlUto Alic.9 Noller of Davis June- among so many clever forir-footetf catch could be mad I

ton. Ill.Nellie, who V.has Bagley been,'the since guest Mardi ofUss. performers.nearest approach Ha is to said huminity"to, 1xthe which! The the Greyhound Hor e aad Leads pie.,Red Followed D..u.Tho by water.conditions in' these but sections the II DEMAND FOR HIGH-GRADE STATIONERY f :

flras.. has'gone home following interesting letter concerning
an-d'Is
the ape world has produced. thing and should not be
: WaterWholesale the only animal in the world which the relative speed of animals I cause of the continued 9'A.i Is constantly on the increase, and to please particular custom
Mrs. J. E. Williams who has been was ever brought to such a'state of I appeared in the London Field: the key region., In other era we carry a very full and complete 1!ne of the famous j
very ill is now Improving. civilization. lie eats with a knife, The fastest animal we have Is the shoal waters have been EatonHurlbut linen papers-25, 35 and 50 cents a box. I

and fork, has his meals with Ills' greyhound. The next are the race hausted. '
and Retail. Fisher's ankle. which trainer, and even goes so far'as to usea horse, the red deer and the bare, and: The bureau is i e's :B cJtcD-tpr.: : I
wag dislocated in the Armstrong gym- tooth brush. He in th-' and :
appears
planting
then comes the good, big bold dog sponge
, nasium recently and from which she silk hat Phone 235. 213 Vowffc Pflfox si-.. e.n.aeoi a t
atena: in full dress patent .fox, which is & ,fine..galloper on goodgtlng' come the tendency to
Las suffered intensely, is now happily __. _
and
overcoat and ---
shoes cane
New Orleans Grocery Co. of leather In comparison with any of supply.in the gulf waters :)
mending taythe great pleasure
while he is "doing his act" the ring beld that new farms may ,
'tie above the fastest foxhound on
all who known her and especially herschoolmates. Ko
master leaves the ring entirely":, and the culture carried
jound flat turf is as slow as a man i
anJ
of
komo has the center the stag teen the case with
Jas. McHugh + everything Is stopped until the stars: mowing gratis for baymaking. But if CARYVILLE !
1 Miss Bessie Williams closed her turn la over. He entertains"' for eight you radically alter the trial ground the | i

Phone 105. Proprietor. school at Bellview Thursday and has minutes: during which time he mak&4 I above, does not hold good. For Instance, iI I
returned home. a monkey of himself in more wars on"rough clods whether melted or not, i i a assSpecial

-+- than one. Kokomo and "suppor'-ln I a bare cannot run at all; hence she generally to The Journal. ;/
'Miss Loretta Murphy has returned ,.,
company" will appear in Pensa I takes care nof to go there and Mar. 20.-W. B. Lassiter ,
from Mobile where she, went to enjoy for four performances commencingwith .
Is there anything more deliciousto I where greyhounds are kept she habltu vicinity as a
the Mardi Gras as guest of Mrs a ,matinee to, when SeibMBros in this
a whetted appetite than I Floyd Butler and ,has had a lovely shows make their initial bow ally lies in her form near the fringe of for the legislature.

ilsit ever since. ", before a local audience at the show a rough fallow that when coursed she F. Wood president of the Oeo.
be good going.nth
situated West Garden'St., may quickly on
grounds on
arrived In Cary
'dn The many friends of Mra. George such long powerful, hind legs a harecan Lumber Co,
Cold learn that she I Sunday, and ia now busy at
Johnson will! regret_to. beat anything up a steep hill. A
..jt has been ill for the pat week. 1 foxhound can easily beat any horse in the interest of his 'large mill r:
'
over deep clay plow because the horse .
c. Sliced Ham Mrs. W. O 'Keeling' and 'baby e. weighs as much as twelve hounds and j planting a-ason has fairly op n-
,y Marion have gone to Marianna. Fla,
therefore sinks! deeply. In stag hunt IS Cent each 2 for Z and the farmers are planting
Mr. F. M.
;
of to her brother
visit
on a ing the red deer tires earlier than the CLUETT PEABODY Spring has donned its robe of Your Choice of Spring Medicines
to Golson. tnd {.......-
lfottr$vf Cltutt bids
Beneficial to elderly p ple'who blood hunter though the horse may not green, and everything f call
it -" blood purifiers (resolvents some
or Crisp
Mrs. James I,. Sweeney, her charm- suffer from dryness of be faster but' great consideration must for an early ,crop.: hot political'I i' them), tonics or general body build '-
Ing daughter ''Mannle her son John mouth and throat. In boxei n1y.MEN'U be made for the discretion of a good outlook for a red to be an' ers. Some like die old fashioned rem
seems
' James and baby Ruth have returned horseman. who avoids exhausting deep this sear office edies-sulphur and molasses sasa-
t ti Inasmuch &it every
,1"po Breakfast from New .Orleans where they were ground which the deer plods through.A !: fact. the strongest; men in fras ta and so on and so on. Have
for by
ty guests of Mrs. Heggie for the carni-! run of eight miles within the hour I county. Camjldates are ;already them. Some prefer the modernized

,3. val. in either of the three. wet wintry i I I shaking hands with our farmers syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla. Have i
at Bacon? I :months: would leave the body of the Shoe often stop the plow to discuss them. Whatever your Spring 'needs
J. Mrs Cassie Johnson son John Wil field behind, but it would be easy to a political creed. 'in drugs med'cines prescriptions_ of
n. liam. and mother Mrs. Kate William riding man on a galloping horse when thousand Bounds ot fresh chemicals, we can furnish them to

V.xt We think you wilt agree that have returped from a pleasant Orleans.visitor tbe March winds have dried the coun- have been sold* n thetown of your utmost satisfaction even as to
In..New
11.lIr. there is not and you will also several weeks ,,try and the obstacles are only ordinary For Men i during raised the and put well wlntar fattened all price.Hoofon's

at thePastor's was\ I i
d agree that llarrleLast! Saturday Carious FUhlae. 1'ving: within a radius of I Pharmacy
.
Study of the First Baptist Very curious the method of fishing than 12 miles from this I ,
I. P. Trotter' officiating, BREAKFAST : I 1,1 more i The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery,
ty church Rev. ul. FOR i iI followed by the Chinese In the strait After being on I II
Brooks to Hugo Esn -
Essie mill PHONE 1100.
Ir.Sf Morrell'sCelebrated Mis9 of of Malacca. The fisherman lets down feet all day L. Pinney boss of the big
Citizen Friday I
) Hattiesburg.. Miss.!! I 'I E. Wood Lumber Co., has It1ie'TT1.,1I
Gco ---- -- -- -- -
from thp side of the boat a screen of I '
March 15. of'your body is his position 'as foreman and
d
3a >
white canvas stretched on woo ofr. To get the best results with your I 'I shoal of fish mistake this for some i needs the most -ehortlr---- move to Pensacola.

J. desserts flavor them with Blue Ribbon Dove Brand Ham floating obstruction and try to leap I I'' Your feet, of I r j.
Iowa's Prize Vanilla. !Absolutely pure. goes over it. with the result that the fish One-half POINTS
Intto- Dove Brand Bacon I ;
V. twice as far and the "Bine Ribbon jump into the boat and are thus capI I I
tured. This method Is emptoyed by 'fatigue in
!l Flavor" Is perfection. ? Gold Band Ham i BEER
Hams and Malays in their waters. walking OF GOOD I
Meeting Tonight. White Label Bacon and 2'c Ij
from .
Members of Staff No. 1. Naomi Re- comes,
BreakfastBacon bekah Lodge will please' assemble at Scotch Oat Meal, THE MISCROSCOPE. constructed. ARE SOME PRETTY GOOD

their hall for practice ight at 7:30p. Cream of -' III of
Wheat Our line II II'II'
)- in. Full attendance requested.La Proves That Parasites Cause Hair TO TELL A FIRST- Aftera
Itrs.. Heckers Buck Wheat'I- Los. "'I Oxford Ties are Ii IiI 'I I '

.... Grippe and Pneumonia. Ine-tenths of the dsleases of the 'II', for the CLASS ARTICLE FROM
Pneumonia often follows 'la grippe Flap Jack Flour I !scalp and hair are caused by parasitic: ]I 'I"
j'lnJ For which we are role agents but never follows the use of Folly's I germs:. 'The importance o! this dl.iIi | I" quirements of I A CHEAP ONE. tour of shopT>!n??In the!

aro the finest meats of the kindto Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe <( I ie I or a car r de after tea
pneumonIa! andconsumpt.on. I Charity Hospital Hamburg. Germany
be had. coughs and prevents I III
t. Ask for Foley's HoneY'an..l Maple Syrup ." can not be,overestimated. It explains I style ,and_ grace a LoWe and 'f fio3| 'U'"P to the are the times to' think, of

J:1no: Tar and refuse any substitute of Purity Coffee Tetley's; :Tea i :why ordinary hair preparations even J ': I can be put in a If there is .any dreggy fl'mr the
fered. Mr.:,G. Vacher, of 157 Osgood I i Qt -ihj most expensive character fall I 11,1 1 1I 'on in the bottom put in down.
DELICIOUS
take OUR
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Cocoa because!! they do not Come a I bottle upside
St, Chicago writes; "My wife had a ta care dandruff; I ';reen. Cut turn a
three and they cannot kill the dandrnasr : it 1'vn with babbly car ANO
severe case of la grippe years I : our new spring II -if up CREAMS
and it left with a terrib'e rm. The only bar: preparation in I I gas, and straightway clears. BO
TI, Sol Cahn & Co ago.cOU'gh. She tried''a""bottle of Foley's the world that po!!it'ely destroys the III I summer styles. II is no filmy _'aediment'I it SPARKLING SODAS

r Honey and Tar and It gave her Imme- dintfruff: parasites that burrow up I with brill ance. It la well made-
l cured Hotel Da the clp into scales called scurf ur :
d'ate relief. A 50 cent bottle I and properly put up.
The Pure Food Store her cough entirelY:' Refuse substi-- Dandruff t l h Ne 1t. 8rfdUIcT\ destroying: the dandruff the minute 'the bottle,
D'Alemberte. druggstand of hops
S Kth. tutes. W. 'A. ROSENAU &GERELDS. Kandy Kitchen Cafe
Deer tt Corner Pilafox and IntendencU term Herplcide also a, delightful II ; ned. but after' all is sa'd, the
apothecary
I sale by W. A.
For III
hair dressing. way to tell & hlgh.grada Deer is
s. OUR PRICES ARE CASH AND The Fancy Grocers,, D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary t II' FashionableFoot look for the label .'American 104 Palafox. Phone 999
lidS'' Phones { 28 str et. or send lOc Fitters :
I 121 South Palafpx "
the productot the Acmel
ALIKE TO ALL' Phone 391. Pensacola: fornmple to The Herpi- II I == I I
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;: "All THINGS COME TO and Guillemard room dwelling with: corner bath, ,:Jackson electric OeLuhaTStreet3lerchants '. REAL.ESTATE' ,' LOANS AND HOOTON' & WATSON.


lights and everyt ing' modern;: one '.,. .. : INSURANCE. _Successors to Thos. C. Watssn 6 c).
block from car line and Lee'square. and others ,


Ii "FOR '$3500-$420. ;PER'*YEAR' considering location, should,change. see of ..NiCe, iltde( home$1500.00 on East Jackson. _Leading; Real' r Estate. Rental and Insurance Agency

HIM WHO WAITS. get 5,new houses\ jbringin';in "to offeron _
you can: what we'hare St:; overlooking. the bay.; .'. 'i, .
t $420 per year. These'are.a: Bargain.; the new street We I
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$2550.00.
to
can furnish now'&' store contract officeor '.-J> Vaufifuf- Imflding lots on East I ; ;
fflg I LESLIE E. BROOKS suit Jackson ; List of OMirable' Property for Sale.
; But while jou're waiting, better take off your coat building: to corner 9th avenue.
,. your: special requirements '. : .- : I
? t! and hustle. The time to make money is : $ iCotage
f I ,lease or sale; AA : :. : :. o" '.
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REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD <- : and -lots, corner Re s and
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\ I or the land only for Cenrantes.Sts.: .. Two. .story brick:! building_ centrally located. Just oft of Palates
; RENTS COLLECTED.' MONEY Imm date! Improvement .*O* ;- $3150.00" street.'. -.'. 'e- ,,-. .. -.. .. ... $10,500.00
NOW .
on lines subjectto : One of the mostdesirable building.lots on North Hill on 'a corner
,t;.. LOANED. our approval. Also .'K'roon .2 story modern home,North fronting' south-near car 1'ne 100 by 150 .$3,700.00

... '. have an Ideal site for quj.1ethar1e.! near: Jackson. St. Two story new dwelling on corner, lot. 60.by 125 feet on North

j and the best way is to buy Pensacola real estate. I 204V2 S. Palafox St, Fisher Building. large hotel. '..: .'; ,- .. $4000 Hill,. .'. ...' .'o-."" .. .. ....... .' ..... .. ... .. .. ...$3,150.00

!.; '1 Its increasing in value every day.. It's ,our businessto .Phone 462.. :: -Uouseand.- '-lot, 'South. ,Spring' near A desirable and<<; Very comfortable ,one story, six room dwelling with
':::; buy for and sell for others. Better see us today. I WI11BeASGood R'omana. : .j all modern co .enlen es. on the :car line, West Gregory Street lot

i '. $5000.00 :j 80 by 144.. .; .. .. .. ........ ..... .... -. .. .. ....3000.00
%J"H 1 For Sale.FORSALE2000stockS : Elegant! HUh Some'on, North 'H'11,1:1 Nortbhrif 'of block) '67,' New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches each

.* beauty. ".. *j a' beautiful l location: overlooking the bay; only one block from car

:/ ., as Palafox. "7T '.; j. '$6300.00. '. line,. ..... ... _., ... .... ... .. .., :\ .. .. .. .. .. $1,75000
< green sugar Two stoTr'flVe_ 'room store and dwelling and one story four'rooai

*;3 Pensacola Investment Company cane at .150 per hundred. Can be used .,'Ix: >b' on West: .. 'Government, .opposite a !' dwelling, .corner lot, 60x170 near water front.. .. .. .. .$,4000.00
I for seed chewing..- D.. M. 'Merritt, 1 opera ho\ se; : - 5 |' We'have,a few' well located blocks In the New City Tract that we can
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a. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.W. Olive. Fla. 21mrlw .L/sfc you property with us, if. you'f I sell.at from$325.00 to $590.00( per block, any one of which is a bar-
4tt.
*ant \ abtjr. .
I McDavid-Hyer Company I ; .! 'tpfind: ( gain. ,

;) W. H. K30WLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON Secretary. FOR S'AL.E-7OOOOOO feet cypress; ,II I : Those having 'p op rty, desiring. sell same, would 'find it to the r

?i4 i J. L ST1LLMAN. V,Pres. asl! Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. 6,000,000 fet white oak. 7,000,000 feet Agents New York ;:t t's: : : 'BROWN CO: .advantage .to,place' same in our hands as we have disposed of about
II pine and gum. Apply McKlnzie Oert- Life Insurance Company. .. $390,000.OOwortil In the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan

:i Kael Estate loans General Investments. ing Co.. S. Palafox St,' 17mar4t 8 E. Government Street. I 'Tbles, ',Building.x ,.1 consult "us. Jf -ou ,desire in agent to collect your rents; or want
."WE"S- CL" LOTS. flrein'utace"Or. it you want to buy a piece of property and Joa't
.
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. '
iiJ S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp- ----o-n -_,___ know ..who ;owns'same consult us.
Hughes 'Strains; egg record. 240 per I '
= :
.. pullet. The "farmer's and fancier's .1 ', ; Miscellaneous .
:
: .
,
---- -- chicken. Eggs for hatching. An al! For Sale. :

WHEN YOU WANT NICE JUICY WANTED fertile guarantee. Prices:', Pen No. .--- -1'" '! -/. '
I1 WESTERN OR NATIVE BEEF 1. $2. pens Nos. 2 and 5. '$1.5Ofor IS.: TYPE'iRITsaFOR SALE-Good CUT. : FLOWERS: --Orders promptly'; ; HOOTON&.WATSON ,

::1i:1: and Fancy Groceries at living prices.gl.e WANTED, Sunnyside Poultry Farm. DeFuniakSprings second hand Rem.' ho... in excellent .i Sited. foi' ',roses_ carnations flowers i !
in busi- I -
'
partner paying and designs of a1! kinds. Miss Bertie : .
condition $35. 20marlO. : ] i -
call In -
or Fla. References
the Square. a .
anyone
1 Mojer, on
4 phone No. 718. ness. Will bear' investigating. the city. / ISmarlm 3mUh.. ::615..2f, Barcelona.! ,Phons 651. 'i PHONE. :. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
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Small
capital P. O.
required Apply
Granulated FOR .SALE-Freight and
.Still 20 pounds Standard Box 753. 17marl6t FOR SALE!-Grocery store and residence passenger TAILORIN B. L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' .:i 1
boat hi:
i Bugar. $1.00. Country Pork. Chickens ; two 25 p. ,31urry & Tree .
combined including .stock, :clothing cleaned.!pressedandnipaired. -
L gurtha : len'gth' 66 ft.,
engines
and Eggs a specialty. POSITION WANTED ON THE ROAD fixtures, etc; nice home, good water beam 18:gas'draught.3 ft; launched Nov. ., on \short' 'notice. No., 11% I '
GOPHERS, GOPHERS, AT MOVERS. -By experienced wholesale grocery one whole block under fence. Cash ember 1905. : West:.Government ',St,. Pensacola, Fla. I

PHONE 718. salesman. Satisfactory local and out only. Corner Maxwell and .6th ave. 42.. Delivered Powerful] anywhere tow boat. Tonnage in. Idee. FOR SALE timber Lands

of town references ''given. AddressS. Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. O. Box. 614., I
0. L. state. Price $5,750., Write J. M. J ; H: TORTEK sallmaler 716 South ( land
care Journal. 17marlw ISmarlm 50.000 acres rchoic; ranging
HELP WANTED Rowley, Miami. Fta.,20mar12t* Palafox_&tr et. Orders taken for
----------- ---- from six Jwenty-five mires of _the (
I have secured tb.3 services of E. E. FOR SALE.-Turpentine location 25 tents, awnings, camp ,stools and house best water' in. the southern
LIger, will be boxes timber cut 15 FRESH GARDEN:SEEDS-All'kind' cots.. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. deep port !
L 1 about fifteen![ and pleased to have crops to crops : states Pensacola Harbor. Will sell In $$200,000 deals and up; also farms
WL\XTED-Younh man { all his friends to_ call and see hm.! will sell entire business or an interest, 'of strictly fresh farm and garu'en .
1 :jeans old as stenographer and office'! seeds reasonable SHIP .CHANDLERS-McKinzle OertJngr any size tract $3 ,per acre and up; and city property for investment or :
He
: is with'some Address at prices .Also
an expert barber. J. S. Dur- to good man money.
'1.4 writing stat-1 I & .Co_,. wholesale and retail shipchandlers This land is especially: suited for truck .
boy. Apply In own aand : bam 211 E. Wright. ISmarlw : ;'Florida," care Journal. fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros, saw mill and turpentine locations virgin :
'' and'grocers : and stock rais
'B A only farms 'grapes; pecans I
firstclasshouse
tr:1:: ing salary wanted. Address. llmarlOt Chipley Fla. 25feblm : pine timber, cypress, hardwoods c cI
:r.. rare: Journal. :21mar3tWANTED WANTED-Position wanted by fist- :. of kind in city '.fair prices to aiL ing. They furnish the best all year
FOR SALE McMillan & Turton for cattle and I stock farms. etc. Saw mill and furjpsntine .
t ----- -i class circular saw filer and hammer. FOR S'ALE--Two..story house' contain"lag ; have Fine grasses sheep goats I'
t : -A nurse. Apply 820 N., Reference furnished If necessary. Address eleven rooms. corner lot &Sx just,received a carload of fine Ten visiting! 'stationery cards wedding invitations, hogs; ho s do well on acrons and the'I land a special Call on us I
tally cards '
etc. Celia
Bay leu St. 21mar2t Filer. care Journal 120. For information apply 501 W. nessee horses and mules which maybe M. Robinson range year round; plenty timber, pine.I, or address Box 115 DeFuniak Springs
seen at Pou's stable on'Intendencia representing The Chas.H. oak etc.. for all Get rid of
---- | lomarSt Chase. llmar purposes. .Fla.TURNEB&AYMARD.
Elliott
; Company, of
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1: W.\XTED-Actlve man wanted in)i street q llmar Philadelphia.Smarlm. paying rent and buy a home. You can| I

ouch county to exhibit demonstrate ARCHITECTURE Plans. Specificationsi FOR SALE-Four room house with FOR SALE-40 acre'farm. 10 acres In : sell all manner of farm product at

cL'U. and advertise staple line; salary .$18''i and details furnished for modern cOl.I''I bath. at Goulding with, two lots. pecans; 2miles south of Chipley on B. I live in ,Pensacola' Pensacola. at high prices. j! i

:4 weekly $3 per day for 'Xi>enses. No tages $5: .00. Blue Prints of fine Apply to L. M. Davis., P. O.' Box 633 i C. '& St. A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 street and 15th in corner New 11th Special bargain in 100 acre farm 6.

p$; capital required. Honesty and sobriety ing drawn to suit the'most fastidious.ChasW. City. lOmarlm acres improved, 2% miles from town. avenue City miles from court house_ Pensacola; 29]
andwill fake, care of your Piano by Real Estate ani
essential than Howe, B gdad. Fla. acres open land. balance heavily r inhered :
more exlerience. Address J. B. Hogeboom. Aycock Fla.! '
the'J
low
4.4. National Co., 720 Chestnut St., Phi'adelp'ala 14 mart. FOR SALE-A. R. Blngham has a ar .at a figure. Refelt. ; fruit,, grapes and pecans good Abstract 1
ti mar21-24 good team of mules for sale. See 8mar1m..a. I tune, .clean! :tout etc. Phone 802, 2IDgs. shingle mill steam power all complete Company,

FL _*- _- I i!.I A acres BAP..GAIN--Party gooa' mill timber owning mills located 6,000-I them on his new float feb2 FOR SALE' -A block on North Hill-: .' J,. Conrad Scott. Smarlm I $1 OO. worth $3000.() ) Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec !

tJi WANTED--Bright gin to learn to feedjob : ; elegant ; site FOR RENT.
building and
on same, will sfll outright or an FOR SALS-Beautiful block In New a good Investment EGGS FOR HATCHING. cialty.
Nice cottage, No. 200 West Romana
Clean and j
; work for
press. permanent sale 'cheap if taken
at
interest to practical man with some City. Tract No. 312. For c&si J800. From prize of
S.
my pens C. Rhode
position. Ma>es Printing Company : money Address "Owner" Pensacola: Apply to A. M. lIcMIl1a Court: Houaa.: once. Address I. W. W.- 119W. Gads- Isalnd Reds: and S. C. Brown Leg- street, $10.65. o. Box I 115. DsFualii! Spring, FhriJ:
4- ; :West Government St. 21mar: Journal. den St. ISqarSt Nice cottage water! front, East t I
llmarlOt.WAN' laug! horns finest-pens In the south $1 to Gregory St., $6.00.

.: WANTED:: nurse. Apply 613 N..I -Everjone to know that FOR SALE--Nice, clean- old newspapers FOR. SALE CHEAP' Three screen $1.soper setting of 13; or $6 per 100; Store house. goocJ'stand. North
I: 1 Palafox St., corner Gadsden. doors each 24 ,by .83 inches. Ona alto 'agent for the ,famous Banta Incubators '
The Great New Fox Visible Type at nve: cents a bundle. This of- Hayne St: $10.: ; HEW REAL ESTATE LIST
t ; WANTED Men to learn barber trade.Splendid ., writer has been received by F. rt. flee. single door' 37 by 84 inches. Can be I I and, Brooders.* Drop me a Choice offices good location

I time to begin. Busy sea- Bruce and is now on display at No. 29! adjusted to doorways two by four!I card arid I will call. R L. McFadden; The best Investment In city today. 2 :

I son soon. Few weeks completes; top > East Government. All interested are AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for the inches less each' 'way.' 1311 N. Davis. ;I i Prop... :Myrtle' Grove Poultry Farm, R. story brick building in business centeron I FOR SALE !

.4 wages paid graduates. Positions cordially invited to call and Inspect. Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell ;you autos 18mar2t :\: : F.- D.. No.' 1.--Pensacola. Fla. I Palafox S.t. '$$40.000r

: 1 waiting; best trade in the world for 7mar. from $500.00 up. They cqst less than FOR SALE OR RENT 60 acre farm; 7marlm, Six houses in West King Tract ,

;' poor man. Little capital starts bust-'! horses to keep tip. They can be run 5 miles from city( on Brent road;: 7 CRAWFORD: renting for $30. .per month .. ..$g50 \
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MATTRESSES -
: WANTED-Contributions for the Or- sand anywhere horse RENOVATED. New *
In or a can
; ness. Io'st1ate.Iolf'r Barber( go. room house all fenced in 5 fields 2 I
; phams' Home. Money ; ; tick furnisaed if desired. All Rouse in West End. renting for
clothes Brook done
College. New Orleans La. 17marlwiWANTED j eatables Leslie E. story barn good water mail box .
: :j j etc.. received. Notify Mrs. Wm. the land. on in good order on short notice. Leave :315J/2 South .Palafox Street. $10 per month, good *neighkorhood -

., .' -Ten men to work on turJenhine -I Fisher president or Mrs. N. McK. FOR SALE-one 25-H_,P. boiler and! nal. Address "Farm, ISmarlw care Jour orders at Green & Watson. Phone I .. .. .. .. . .$1000

farm.If'n with families, Oertin'g secretary. 4mar en'gine; portable boiler on wheels; 195 7mar

4 preft>rred. Call on A. Green. of'' engine or boiler in running order. ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -I Five lots on. North.. .. Hill....if.takenat . .$3'"C,'
cafe WANTED
-The public to know once
Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw*' that Also 2 log carts complete ready for car line sx; lots 100 ft. front :MRS.. H. S. CHUNN will receive pupils -
------ -'-'-' | we can do all kinds of repairing service. For terms apply to Jas. Me- by 137% deep, corners $700 inside in shorthand! at her resIdence. OFFICESFOR Five lots fronfng: Toledq square

4t WE LEARN you to make mirrors at float building norse shoeing. etc. J. Voy & Co., Cantonem nt. Fla., lots $600. There are no better sltuf- 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms, $5.00 a New City. .. .. .. .. .... .$IOlt 0
44j home. run guaranteed formula $5. : G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febiCOUltr 23feblm. tions than these lots. A. V. ClUb.'bR.F ) month hi advance. 4mchlmo. One block in New City on carline
:-1h P. F. M. Co., Box 472:!, Pensacola. Fla.:
ISmarlm* I HOUSE DYEING. Pressing! FOR SALE-My property 416 E. -Bra- R: SALE! -3 show cases oil tank, TO U. S.* LIFE SAVING STATION .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .$tOI"' ')
; I
th.4 __ |I and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox platform scales 'counter : AND RETURN-The launch Le- '
inard St.. consisting of four lots 40 scale 3% RENT' Half Jock In New Citj,on hard
-1J WA\TED-GooJ cleaner and-.p-resserl I St., Mrs. T. J. Davi Prop. Your patronage x50 feet a two story gallon milk churn 2-wheel push cart Clair! leaves, Palafox street wharf 9 a. .
; dwelling J
at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. 1 I solicited; satisfaction guaran. 6 hall containing heating stove. Hugh Moloney 924 N. m.; daily. Fare rountf trip 25 cents. road overlooking Bayou: Texar $l00: ,
rooms. bathroom
ways
} 13mar. I'I teed. Careful attention given ladies'garments. closets and pantry.. On line Davis St. 18marlw. Special rates to parties. Pavilion These are all first-class- piers of

t4 WANTED- -T n-exPer-i edSawmill Phone 1222. Sfeb sell entire property for car$3000.00.; will E. phone 65:*.,, r C. H. Burton, Manager property and:\ are gilt ede in\est-.

hands. Apply -- 'FOR SALE-A second hand mch4.1m.MATl'RESS ...lilM*. ments.
room 415, fourth ANTED.-Haullng and L. Reese. 22feb wagon '
k floor. Thiesen building. transfer and two good sIze'mules. Will sell
work., Office phone 363: residence JUST RECEIVED-Large Wholesale anj re-
snipment at a bargain. Apply to Ben Johnson
.- WA\TED-First class laoy: stenogra phone 390. Acosta & White. 22.28 N. imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint cor. 6th ave. and Lloyd St. ISmarlw, tall manufacturers and dealers in BLOUNT BUILDING. D. HALE WILSON & CO.

.. '- pher. Address in own handwriting Tarragona St. 25mar.WANTED. gallon cIr larger quantity. Q,'Morasso cotton, moss, and E. & C. mattressesand
) t with references, Office Work Care & Co., ship chandlers ana1 grocers, 701 FRESH YARD EGGS-Received dally bad! springs. Second hand furniture REAL ESTATE
l Journal. 4mch. .-The Merchants TransferCo. South Palafox. 4oct. and every egg guaranteed;. 25 cents 'bought'and sold. Upholsteringand ,
wants your moving and hauling. dozen. C. M. Wilson corner Davis repairing done. Old mattresses
-- -- All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- FOR SALE Large horses and ,mules, and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. renovated; new ticks furnished If de RENTS AND LOANS

i Board and Rooms.FOR sen. Prop Phone 978. ISJunelm for turpentine operators and log men. 4mar3w sired. 114 E. Belmont. St. city. 30 S. Palafox St.

We guarantee satisfaction. Address Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis are'now'realh
WANTED-To We : to rent Phone 234.
buy old gold and 'sil Waterman & Co. G. G. FOR SALE.-10 room house corner .
KENT-Two nicely furnished ver, broken up stuff regardless of Chipley. Fla.. Cobb. manager lot. 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x .Mgr. __ _ __ the offices in this fire
: rooms at P. Stone. 17 N Palafox. sizes. Cash paid. Ligotman & Klein 23feblm. 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher proof steam heated electric -

Slmarlw.WANTED. 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127.WANTEDA. FOR SALE.-lmpro'7ed and unimproved of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan shop,.and grocery store corner Da and gas lighted build
property In all parts of vis'and Brainard Sts. Your patronage ing. Tenants' get lower
-A few boarders at 212 W. the city.J. SPEClALBARGAiNS
SALE}
FOR -80
acres good land
Gregory New house good R. Bingham want A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents three solicited. Satisfaction guaran insurance rates. If application
neigh.
miles south of
4t borhood and on car line. 18marlra your moving and hauling. He guai Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Chipley. Twenty teed. Phone: &15. Imarlm be made at once,
in cultivation
antees all breakage. Phone 630. acres and pure spring offices be
172. may arranged
l % ONE large double' furnished room. 23Jan water. Will sell for cash or on Ime. WATTS AND COLESContractorsand to suit tepants. Applications FOR FEW DAYS ONLY!
I
ji Hot and cold water bath with use 1 will tune and repair your piano and FOR SALE-One fine extension table Apply A. Hogeboom Chipley Fla. builders. Estimates on all kind 'are ,made daily for

; l1i of telephone 415 West Gregory St. organ as cheap as any one; guarantee and six fine dining chairs cheap 28feb. of buUdln'g''and repairwork.. Satisfaction choice 'locations. Always

Phone 865. 17marlw best and neatest work. Prompt Address P. 0. Box 395' 25feb FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig guranteed. Phon 1208 office ready to show plans. and Lots 11 to 15, block 97,
attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 208 N. Reus., 28feblm -
'AT FOR RENT-Newly furnished sired by; Duke of Florida 68923 prle\ !s.Hooton.' .
out Belmont $650
rooms 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire numbering.....
J., very reasonable. Apply 20 W. Ro. and of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58541 CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
k mana St. 17marlw WANTED-We*want your orders for Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished; All guaranteed with registrations and Floats-"built to order. Horse shoeing I I Two lots N. Barcelona I
--- 1907 Art Calendars.' Over 300 original also fullblood game chickens and eggs pedegrees., Carl Settsrlind! Chipley. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage ,'
FOR RaNT-Furnished or unfurnished designs! to select from. All all) at reasonable prices. Dr. J, S. Fla. 26nov. Co. 27feb between Gregory and .
t rooms on the hill; location high prices. Mayes Printing Co. McGeachey, Chipley, Fla. Smarlm
ib and healthy. Close to car line. Ap la- Pensaco. EGGS for hatching from carefully Wright .$1500
ply at 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. 16feb WANTED-To lean money on- your; : manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred FOR RENTFOR
marl2t. W.ANTED.-The public to know that watches. Jewelry and personal ef. I fowls and I guarantee{ a' good hatch. & Watson.

FOR RENT-3 furnished old newspapers can be bought at- fects. Highest cash price for old gold Stock for sale at reasonable prices. RENT-Furnished or unfurnish
rent. Apply corner rooms for this office for five cents a bundle. They and silver Lightman & Klein. 106 E. Barred Plymouth Rocks. White Plymouth ed I 6; room cottage at Big Bayou near Leslie E. Brooks

4 : Spring Sts. Chase and are all, clean and nice. wright. Phone 1127. Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg car line facing water. Apply P. O Agents. ,
llmarlwj.I horns; $1.00 per setting of 15 .eggs or Box 364., City. 13marlm
,. FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHEDrooms W.4.NTED.--Eledrl work of ala k'nd. FOR SALE-A desirable.'lot- lying immediately $5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs. I ----. ---. -, -- -
1.t: for rent with the privilege of Let us dean your fans recairour south of the Masonic have 500 halt gallon cans fancy; Florida A. RTBINGHAM has storage room for Fisher Building.

,tf light housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory. dynamo, dj jour wiring: etc. PEn Temple having a frontage :on Pa'a- Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal rent, suitable for furniture or other Money to Loan.

Phone 657. 9mar2w 570. Pausacula Elsctr! ,: Co.. 205 S. fox street of 30 feet by 'a' depth of Ion. ,Address Plymouth ,Rock Poultry good, 104. and 106 South Tarragona i

NICELY- -- Raylcn. 182 feet. For: sale for'a few days onlyat Farm J. J. Pope. .Prop.. Bristol. St Phone 630 SOnor MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore
j41v. FURNISHED CITY PROPERTY
front Toom $21.000.00; one half cash, the balance Fla. 24feblm I rows money from Jno. A. Hall &
5'-1t1 with or without board. 401 W. Chase. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED In 12 months at six per, cent. Interest : Co., 16 E. Government street. WheuIn
6mar2w -Highest price paid fpr gent's Hooton & Watson IBmarlw ,LOSTLOSTISlh' need call on us. '
flt clothing only. Sell second hand feoods 9feblm FOR SALE
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FURNISHED HOTELS.
NICD ROOMS for rent. Dress suits for rent No. Intendencia FOR s.\LE-ly home! corner 10
ave. ?r, LOANED.
watch MONEY
'l ; Newly furnished. clean ani: open face. 16 all kinds of personal
nice. and Cervantes St. This lis'a .
4 .ear postofflce. Apply at 128% E. W..NTED.--All kinds of electrical if sold bargain THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms size. Reward for return to 209 E. property 'on short notice. $650.
soon. A. C.
i Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. work.} I sell all kinds of electrical 16 Blnkler. good beds. Free baths and sample Gard,n. 21mar Terms easy.: J. B. Gray'; & Co., 2 W. !For five room cottage nrar R- **.

7janltn. batteries and other electrical 'supplies. mar. room. $2 per day. Specialattention . Romana. Phone 1165., jfeo. shops. Good investment rents $&5

When you need me ring 345 or 955. TYPEWRITERS-All makea.,new and to traveling men., J. R. Brown. ProP.; LOST.:-Gold hat pin. with wreath design per ;year.
; !t Oil newspaper at flve cents a bundle E.: W. Peake. new Star Laundry build second hand for .sale; and rent DeFuniak Springs. Fla. Umarlm with a small bird ins de. Re- I MONEY LOAN.r-On' real estate or $1850

r at this office. They are all clean i ing. E. Garden. Sdec.I Phone 3SO. F. B Bruce 28 E, Government ward ..tor"return to 426 E. Gregory] I other sufficient security by aj/pij. 417
and nica. Zmar CENTRAL HOTEL GHIPLEY-Op.i %()marl w. 'lag to Tho Pebley,."cor. Palafox and Buys beautiful home of six rooojs,

, .. .-. ,. -- I AJ-TED.-Real Estate for sale or depot. Large and well' lighted' Romana. up .etaira._ ,- 17oo,-!:. E. Cervantes.

rent'lease or exchange. Your business WANTED-To sell hotel furniture. rooms. Free sample room. Meals tall LOST-Black and white spotted set. Bargains in Farming Lands.
" STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE[ rapectfuIy) solicited. J. A. Wil Reason for selling business calls j hours. Special attention to trarellng ter. Answers to name of "Spot. MONEY TQ LE tOn good real.* 200 acres on P. & A. R. R.. 14 mU l"'
Real Estate men. $2.00 day. J. M. tate securIty, or on good collateral: from Pensacola: 8 room house, 10'>
son. Agent 22% W. Government 'me from town. Splendid per Tug- FInder please return to owner and
STTEAilER CAPT. FRITZ J. jn. away stand; recejve lowest rates. Leslie E. .
at cultivated.cheap
stree Room 7. Salisbury all gle. Prop. ISmarlmI reward. P. Coffey. Brooks pecan trees 600 acres
In house .
1 that be WarringtonFla.
Rogers master. Passengers anu now can accom- Fisher building. 2jan at. .. .$20 building. Phone .
-r Freight service between Pensacola 172. 23Jan modated.. 105 East InteijdneU St.. I CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlnd.1! I ., Navy Yard. 18mar3t north
. 400 miles
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acres on & N.
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cola. Fla.
and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street 16marlw Prop. Special attention to commercial :- 350 acres good timber; fine land. A
p on short
sonal property
r wharf Wednesdays.to Tourists and -----. -- _________Found. FOR SALE OR RENT-New six room travelers. Free sample and bata '..Hil' .''''''' .}nlenaa""IIUPJU" Terms easy.. J. W. dullard Upstairs notice i bargain.
desiring see places of '
others rooms. with
Intereston 1t.FOUNDsomg house on East Hill Jn xeeUent location Large rooms good beds.. i.ONLY DtBLERs Ia: & 28% South Palafox.. Phone 1144. I 45 acres 4 miles from city two
Cboctawhatchiw Bay and Santa packages of juage $2 per day. ISmarlia FLOATING I I A_ I TIPS houses barn 5 head rattle and 3''
' Sound should on two large lots; block and a : >a HT'PERCOLATOR. .... : lacy
make
: Rosa rates for parties of this trip. glass tubing' Orp<;r may get same half from'ear Hoe;; cement: basement. BAY HOTEL.-Open night and day. i ..'l'fl'Stt..AL' --- :-- -_ ._ : head hogs all for. -W"
Special ten
For rates or other Information orfciore by identifying property and paying beneath large alry I ; i rooms,. ,, tiiuwer European plan. Rooms light and .I P.6.4..... *., !.i. A.i.p..... u 1JU.lMtTEU-smOUaL--oT.mo9ey' to joann
for this ad. Apply to Pensacola b ath and sewer connection For clean. Transient trade I ..."' A.OoIoL CL ". all kinds of: personal property..

Box' apply on board or address P. O. Cement 'Stone .Co. corner Wright Stand particulars address. House,,, care JournaL 675-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. solicited.Nlcol. J|I .:=:. StONE Tie : Special rates to business! men on large C.R.YAEGERNo.
t 692, Pensacola. Fla. u. .
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ave. .v 15mar. 6 5.4' "___ The 204U
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. THE' PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. V MORNING, MARCH'' 21, 190C
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We ,beg to announce that we will make our initial bow as merchants to the good people of Pensacola. _



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\ It is our intention of conducting a strictly first-class Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods establishment .



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A. HENRY WHITE Honesty and fait dealing will be our watchword, and we will at all times promise a square deal to all. JAMES R. NIX


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\ ESTATE rt SCREENS: !' Put them in before the FLIES and

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iCAMOBILE I We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW.


Ii I, TRANSfER:: Phone Supply 11.of BRICK now H.on G.hand.DeSILVA & CO. r

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I' Following Is a lift of the, . ) ALABAMA.MARKETS. -- -
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The !best sltuat'on! in the city for aIi Pensacola Abstract Co:
I< A. C. Blouflt. Jr. to W. A. Blount,
, Ii ft tourist hotel 130 feet fronting south thje W 36 ft. of the E. 86 tt. lying,S: t
of'the right of way of the PensaeolatTerminal Gives men'strength "BAB" THE BOY WSTTSA
; T1* sVA
by 172 feet deep on East Government Railway Co and E. 86 ft. lying and Naval Stores.
, (' N. of the S, line: of said right orway Savannah, Ga., Mar. 20.The naval
, /:; street overlooking Seville square of lot 4 of a subdivision of the 'courage to surmount stores market Closed today as follows:
96 of the Pedro Palao Tract, WW .6 20WG
and Adams street with view of acres
I( i open all difficulties
: '. .$1000 and other consideratIons. .- 6 10 BANK ACCOUNTand
;, ",, -' Pensacola bay, $10,000 will buy. ..the Warren E. Anderson to The Osceo'a Renews vitalitY' N ., .' 690M ,
.5 45
; Club Co. Arpentlot 58 of the Old City
", perty. of ePnsacola 25000.. imparts snap and life K..V ... 5 20
Ii :Anna L. Pierce to Go. W. Marble, I...of .55
I an undivided half interest in N% of ALL GOOD DEALERS H..4 05 saves and deposits the nickels and !'

.; . ,' .. lots I, 2. 3 and 4. block J03. New City; a..V.s ,. .. ., .3 85 dimes that other boys would spend is
(/' Ii Tract, $1 and other considerations. SEU IT F..'.. .... .... .... .... 1..3 80 4
i I Leslie E. Brooks to J.V.., Bullock "B & B" E.. ..t. ... .i ,...; .3 80 a boy who will begin active business 1
I Jr. lot 22 and S. half of lot 21. block D.. ,. ..f. ..,, 3 80 life Qualified to succeed. He will reach i
\ CLUBBS. 134, East King Tract East of Tarragona Atlanta / { C....V.' .i..' .u .3 80
A. V. manhood with habits and
qualities of
: I Street. $100 ,and other consider ... Suirlt:}: Turpentine 69% cents.
ations.- r.,0.. character essential to thrift, cultivated ,
-' Rudolf Siemon to Lou!s Bole)". SW AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS and developed, and will have his savings
---- \'t of Sec. 17. 160 acres' lots 4, 5 and -c- Liverpool Cotton Market.
6, Sec. 20, 105 acres lot 3, Sec. 29.3 Close3n.Feb. V and accumulated interest as ready caPI-
acres lots 1, 2, 6 and 7, Sec. .31, 320 tal. One dollar
1..11.1..1111,1('....e.... ............................ acres lot 1 except ,S 40acres and 10 Feb:Mar.' 6.T4 opens an interest-bearing t
: i acres owned by Creighton all In TV 1 Political nsouncements.For. Mar-Aprll. ............1 account on'whlch we pay four percent. t
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M\ (75M
;?? April y
o S. R. 30 W.., $1 and other valuable* considerations .' I I Tax Collector I ) y J n.,:....,......?...?...,.,..,.. 6.77JunoJElr
0 AUSLEY G CO'MP ANY i I announce myself : ...,.w.. ...,.... ...679
i YA Leslie E. Brooks to Ralph C. Cush- hereby a candl'l July-August .......,....:.......,. PSO
; I man, lot 3 hock! 10S New City Tract; date for re-election, to the AoK at-September.-.5.78 ,
: 4100 and other considerations. Tax Collector for -.Escambia county September\ 'October ........ .......... 5.CJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK(
' : COMMISSION BROKERS F. C. Brent to C. Talesen, lots 1 to at the primary to be held on May 15, October-November'......5,53:
28, inclusive block 50, Belmont Tract, 1906 I solicit your vat- November December ... ..5.57.
i $10,000 .and other considera tons. Respectful. ', DeoembetJannary. ........ ............... OF: PENSACOLA FLA.
I H WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PEN ACOLA, FLA. "ties ItS.;, JtOBERTS. Liverpool Bpota.600. y
A BABY \V.H.;KKOWIM.Pres. W.K. liven.JR..V.-Prae. and Cas'Uar. V
should be sunshine in the home, and For Re:)rVsentative. Now York Cotton Market. T...W. BBBVT and W ROBERTA.. Aut CaklerDlBtCTORB .. j
t Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago.COITONSTOCKSGRAlNPROVISIONSandBONDS. i will be if yon give it White's Cream I'am a candidate:tor member of th, Open High Low Close -F., C. Brent W. A. P Blount.U. Brent W. H. Knowle, W, K. Hyer. 3r..
Vermifuge the greatest worm medi, House of Representatives from Es March..,,10-5J() 10 47 1035 1C 35 I
cine everoffered to suffering human; cambia County subject to the 'Democratic May,.,......10.13 J07i 10.M 1054
W Primary. I earnestly so'ie! '! t July 1083!! .1083 1054 10-0! _
; ty. This remedy Is becoming the permanent the, of the October............lO.!!! 10.3 1000 10 OU 0 '
voters of tie
fixture of'we! regulated support county
'* $ I l JERRY SULLIVAN, JR.SHIPPING December.-10,61 10.a7'10.04 1015 No. Sees I!
: e households-A mother with children I I New York Spot. 1115
t Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. f I I can't get alowg' without a bottle "ofWhite's : Wheat C.W.UMAR.Pnlaint JOHN PFEIFFER. Atsxttit Clihlsr.

A* 1 Cream Vermifuge !In the Open! High Low Close M,E. CLARK VI...PresMMt ind Cathler. J.W.ANDREWS/ ,Assistant C hle\
house. It !is the purest and best medicine _..
May :8t 79} 7S! 78%
t Reference: First National! and Peoples Banks. I Phone: 1173.N | that money can buy. NEWS July...,.-.'is 7814( 77Jg T%

.N.14...............................NN11/111N, JR. Corn. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL.BANK
JERRY J. SULLIVAN Open .Rich. Low Close ,
ANNOUNCES FOR LEGISLATUREJerry -- May::......;..44J4 t.i WiJoly Of PtNSHCOLH. FLA.I .
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J. Sullivan, Jr., the wel} Arrived. I I DESIGNATED[ DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. fir
NIth Br
fis.TSilchrist\ 1459. St. VIne 4
Ausley & Co.'s Dally Cotton Letter.,
known and popular' young lawyer who cent to The W. S. Kejser Co.VESSELS. I $63,033.
-- CAPITAL STOCK, JIOO.OOO.: SURPLUS,
FOR SALE mad such a strong race for the state, New York, :>tar. 20( .-Liverpool cables -
legislature two years a;o, announcei5j i this morning were strong but DIRECTORS.
in The Journal today that again IK ?CRT. hardly met the advance here of yester
I a candidate! for representative to that 1 Itean''thlne.' I I day. Spots were advanced 1 point Henry L Covlngton, Frank' Rellly. F. E. Brawner, t.
240 ft on Wrlht St. by 1S2 !t. deep 506 East Jackson 2 story 8 room body. t. August Belmont Br ss, Clarke I while futures were reduced one to J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C. V.'. L+mar,
a tine warehouse sits friends and Dutch is Our markets opened about unchanged A. M. .'IIery. W. U.Mliton' 0. E. M mra, e I
neighborhood, lot 93x150. $3500 I''I acquaintance many ;;o eitttle Dordrecht Teensma 1920, -
RO ft on East Romana St., 240 ft. 7 room and hall house on North political experience and tin: in.ll- funchaL I I and some cohering shorts who W. L CII\.thon.- Dr. W. J. Hannah 1\1..henzle Getting.
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East of Palafox St., a good hotel or Hajne, with all modern conveniences catons! are that he wit 1 make a ,good ,Dorothy. Br as. Whjte, 1546. Mobile t I feared the tinl} rsr report caused an!, Alex Mt6 easiness!! site, for immsdiate sale; $2500. I I run. When the camps gn formally :Io! nthe. Br *s. Hodgson. 1943 StV 'I advance of about 4 or 5 points but I II i
late dwelling house on same 12500. 5 room cottage and reception hall opened, Mr. Sullhan will 'begin his :!scent to Gulf Transit Co. I about! ;.9,30; a. 'mth,, governm:nt notified Individuals.Corporationsand Firms Solicited.
:01 fr on the south side of Gardens back and front gallery-c'osHs:! house!,I canvass and will tell the voters from Marie_ Aust ss, Gerplinich. 2579, aIr concerned that they would I Ii I Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Y i lt;>\0 ft. deep on Tarragona and new and in good condition large lot,1 I i the stump on what !grounds .he. .teases New York to Gulf Transit! Co i not be aVe' to..f.issue _the report unto:
his candidacy 'Mattel" de Lal rinaga, ilr s9, Thomp-,' 2 m.. Wrthington time and a. number
\Unressa streets, the best warehouser be bought on easy terms $1200 I .- p..
can .. ._.........
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wholesale!' business site In the 715 North Baylen SL 7 room 2 story 6911,. ti68: Mancheotsr.SMps.: I of longs were getting shaky, d ---- -0-
''I\ {-(1000( residence lot 70x125 every modern Carpenters and Painters. \ I I for'what reas ll"we: cannot imajine ....t..f..OO.+O. ... ....a...........N.0eo 4Q j jJ.
convenience $5000. There will be 'a joint! roee'lnt:! of ;.Ory.1eus.! Aust ship\ Medanlc Trieste. began to cover their hold! :njs and values 3. REESE, President' E. W. 5dENE1'LIi;. CsubUr.: "
"" ft on Spring st., between. Garden Corner 8th avenua and 12th street Locals Nos. 74, U. B. C. and .Jt; of A. :. I were forced dawn some 13 points Vice' -President -4

Hart Romana streets $4000 5 room and hall cottage, gas city! wa-I and No 45S Painters and becoiatprs ear' *.* i iIi after'which flurry. the market s'eadled:'; i THE PEoiltf; BANK OF PENSACOIA i
w ft. on East I omana St, east of ter, large lot, can be. bought! on easy of Amer:ta to be held :t: old armory :Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese, 868, Ha down and both s des seemed satisfiedto I'
and adjoining Bass &, Co. $.1000. terms at $1700. I building next Friday. :23.! 7 :oVock.p.m .I vana.GurlU. wall until the government gave to t Directors-L. J, Roves, ;. S. i4eese W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Cary, .
., to cons'der'matters of Importance.By Ii Ras bk. Blomberg. 702 Bar- the world ;ts final report of the cotton \1. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton.
order of'Carpenten, C, ginned during the season of 1905-06. I GKNEKAL BANKING BUSINESS. 1
10 LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN,! STREET, A SPLENDID INVESTMENT; b&aoes to Pensacola Lumber Co TRANSACTS.
Pedro Lacave. San. bk. .llarlstang, .Mr. Theo H Prlca was out with a 'S TOUR ACQOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .
I THIS PROP RTY SHOULD: BRING..NOW $2500 FOR. IMMEDIATE Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. &'A.A M."' I 503, Savannah to Rix M, Robinson. circular in New York after the close I .,..,,0.0..11.1N 1.NN1110'O..t.t.'O"'O" "1b11r

SALE. .. .. .... ... -. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. ., .. ..*.$2000.00 Special ecmnmhcation fEscambia I Precursore. Ital bk, Schiafflno 1608,i yesferday, jiving h's estimates of the'gorernroent's 'r .. _. - _. _._ -- I'
Lodge Xo 15, F. &. Genoa to Rosasco BrosScill'n. figures ((10,700.000)) !anti! ---
144 A. 11.. will: be held .Wednesday .J !' Ital Zsno. should those figures! prove! very nearly
fr on East Garden by 192 ft. 6 room and hall cottage on East I bk. 1220. South- r,15ILTOvnI1EEr!: PaallfPe.\ T. e.tYeLL4s I!: Otae-1'sannerr,
d<.P dt $14.-100. Gadsden St. between Davis! and 6th evening Marcli'.21st., at 1 hampton to Rosasco Bros. i } correct we look for very little'I R.M. f.CBIIYYLL.Cusln. MANk6IRLDMORLNOAwr.Caeelxn
:. avenue a nice home and ''good neigh 7:30 o'clock. Work In F. G. degree. I Starthetn Br bk, Maitland, 1:7.1 II change In,prices from the 'present level National Bank
lots .
on the southeast corner borhood cheap .at. $1800. Visiting brethren fratern'lUy'Jn\ited. I Antwerp. r Citizens
Spring and Bayl n Sts, a splendid C. D. BEYER I Schooners.: Th e'i good In ,
cottage' Cervantes U Florid
on Piuo.
:5) room and hall 1 of
"'''Min! ? site. $2;00. between 8th and, 9th avenues lot W. G. DULEY. 'W; )'[. i Lizzie E Denuson, Am. sch, Peck I the western b'lt although much co'der .:I m ic ors.
lots on Cervantes between Spring 40x137% feet de P. '$1600 Secretary.NO v I, 4C2.:! to master. but no ran being reported from Gen.W. 'fiM. Morn&.r. 'T. E Ve le.. Bit M, &biJL n. L. Hilton G1'eoon. '
Horatio L. Baker Am sell Texas, while heavy rains fell along''! V
*1 : Bav Romana SL I Mohr.
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Sts., 60 ft by 12:;. ft. deep. Two cottages .on East A GLP Rl T4VKIVC US"YFSS. TRANSACTeD
a :I.t'! building site.. $1300. No. 522 and 526; renting' for $6 per FIRE SALE OR ,JOBBER 720. Lagua to J. \.,,Merritt & Co. the Atlantic coast. However' all reports -i .. V.
investment .$603.:) STOCK. ALL SHOES DIRECT Thos. S. Denn'son.! Am 'sch. Wade,I' say the ground Is all ready for
"ts on Strong SL, between 10th month 6 room good and hall cottaj3; at Fisher. FROM FACTORY. 1339. Baltimore to order. i seeding and {Indicat'ons point to the --- -- --- -,-- --. VV. V -. VV- -- -- ...... 1
sad Uth avenues, this is cheap BarkentlnesBeatrice larg at ever planted and with
very fronting on the bay. PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, : acreage
ville, lot 60x125,
11 $6)11.; Corner Intendencia and Baylen. Am' bktn.. Casaveggio,.1430) anything like a favorable season the ,..... i
4 'Io's on the southwest side of Reus $1800.5 room and hall cottage; at little Rotterdam ,to pen Jaoola Lumber"Co. crop of 1904-05 will took' sma'i'compared FR It,!.,..(.'.rr.. ",- JI T cf, c: '-I. Jna S.trey.... 'B
St,I t"'n' Dt Soto and Strong for a Bayou lot 100x140. on the water;a delightful CREW NOTICE to the one in v ew. This Is the I Rbple.ale aDd a.u.u D pier wf .
P" 1lns. Neither the captain, owners Alice Roosevelt's Wedding.' main reason that It has been !Impocrsl.1
$1 i50. home, $1500. f Domestic Anthracite
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I. nor consignees of the was 'something to be recorded In the ble II a far In the present Steam
MONEY ss Mara! will be respons-, annals. of history. Herbine bas been find a bull leader with the moa o r anl and Blacksmith
at the lowest rate of interest on vacant or Improved city property. 4>le for dbts contracted by acknowledged the greatest of liver nerve to force prices! hfsh enough to Ofics-'No 4'* South Palafox street. Telephone 93.

THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY, the crew of said vessel.GEROLIIIGII regulators. A positive cure for Bilious drive the strong shorts to cover and: j' Tar' co'DT Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones C and :372COAL '
Capt. headaches; Const'pat'on! Ch'Us bys doing 'na11; rate an tlp'W&:41'I : .:.:. J r.!" 7C : ;" '

If your rent returns are not satisfactory give us a triaL- GULF TRANSIT CO.. Consignees. and Fever; and all liver complaints. J.j movement which would very likely I .... -- -- ... -
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CREW NOTICE. "Herbine is the greatest liver medi-i! Cents but from present !fndlcatlons: around fh's! year the spinners! now I: of Us stock on hand..
Neither: the captain owners ene! known. Have used it for year,{j the bean seem confident that such a, making the claim that they can ruo' The glnners" report was issued at
The Fisher Real Estate Agency nor cons'gnees of the It.does the work" So'd by all drug man will.not be forthcoming: and they well into the nevr.iajasoo. with their! 1 p. m., showed 10,697.000 bales ginned -
a ItaL Bk.' Anna M. wilt 'be gists. will be able to force values blow the present supplies:.but we.hare known I Including linters and counting
206 South Phone 87. responsible for debts con 10 ce.it mark.before the new cotton them t make this, very same claim: bales as half bales. Pr'ces fell rapid
Palafox tracted-by the crew of said. MEN'S BOYS' AND! LITTU' shall ;begin to move and they teem when they did! cot bare, enough of ly upon its publication May touching '
.. -- -' --- vessel. .- : -.' 0 NTS' FITTED" WITH LATEST to be standing on pretty solid groundas the jaw material on hand to run 60 10.30 but shorts taking profits! stead- ;
'E. OUCESE.' STYLES AND PATTERNS AT there 18 seldom two unfavorable days. Th spinner! wants cheap cot led the market somewhat and at 1:30

Subscribe for The Journal MASTER Master.. PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, seasons' 'in succession and there ton and he always'makes'every efforts'i p. m. prices had reacted some It I
Consignee Corner Intendencla and Baylen., seems, to be plenty of cotton to go to get It even to making'false reports poluta

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r,Jt.tt "1, r -- Knee-Length' -::::--\I I'ORDERS"' ISSUED E.Reese L. REESE 6 Mend" J.:MENDEL, l, IMPORTANCE Of Heart- I and. ? _Lung Trouble'; I




.) The Home.'Tailors, .-:-:-'---:i-- I nrs. nary norn-Lockwood, who
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Drawers 'T---
THE DOC IN could not lie down on account

I I Builders If
of and
ftj For Men k f coughing smothering

.jot' I spells is restored to strengthand
OFFICERS BELGIUMTqecanine I

;:Tf of Nainsook 4V /-.of: health by Duffy's Pure




hl, v"' I and Crepe. Promotions, Retirements and t ( 'Meg'sFine -. -Police of' Ghent ,Are. ,. and Halt Whiskey.medicine failed to doctors help



,.td. Loose fitting. short sleeved Changes of Station t Duringthe "a Strong f Factor in 'the Suppression ;I v__ me, Duffy's Pure'' Malt WhU-

I* Shirts and Drawers I Ij j key saved my life, and I
:> never
Past Week.The k. LIi' of Crime.The I,
t.., are very conducive to -- felt stronger or better than I

'v comfort durng: the warm l 5 'i* i.Xfx Wx&i'iJ'' .,. "
following orders to naval officers .I \ jCantne Police .( Ghent Are a do today. The grateful.lady

'r weather. We have them.MEN'S I were issued at :Washington durIng llpf Clothes: StroDe h.ieri. tke Snppreaslem of 1

the past week by the navy department -I Crime-The W.rlc' They De and the I. ." ri rir writes:

and show the promotions retirements I Way They Are Trained FOP It."Every I
"It gives me pleasure to have
and'upt ; you use
i New -date line of Spring (; .., wj:
and changes of stations of f' photograph and testimonial In behalf of Du3yt
I Summer andy Trouser' one' with the Important 1 '
and Suitings }1s familiar Furs Malt WhIskey. ,which saved life
the officers my
: mhw
L* 51 a Suit. : Ings. :" part which the dog plays In' :( ,two of the best doctors had 'g+roo me Cp to"dJ..
Rear Admiral-I. H.. Dayton com-i! Suits from $17.50 to $50.00.: the domestic of Belgium, ; and declared' that no medicine could help jn*. I
mission announced. I I ICapta I Trousers from $S.OO to $15.00 economy r : ; was taking- Duffy's at the time, and lfc.pt right
) BOYS' .ns-J. D. Adams. detached I|I Join our Gentlemen's Suit Club. Anything and everythingwhich! falls, 4j- 1,1r{ 'on. as I had great faith in its wonderful curuvi]
to the in otherlands ; powers. I had lung trouble .and a4 weak hfjut,
command of the Olympia, ordered part of donkey or horse j
Coats only $1.50 per month for pressing ; __ and for six, months was unable td lie dev y
$1 a Suit. i home and placed on _waiting orders; and small repairs .. '. :- is done :willingly and cheerfully ; night on account of coughing and smotheringejtells.

ji?: H. W. Osterbaus. comm'ssion! .an-. Dyeing and'"Cleaning ofTmenfsandwomen's : : by these little creatures. But their use ___ :: __ I I was reduced to ninety pounds and, vu
/ r I II It
t& We've a splendid line of t i nounced.- : I Clothes a specialty. i as servants 'does not stop) with these LL L II going friends Into consumption.and the doctors The being impression: that I could of botk
Commanders-J. H.- Rohrbacher, rs- Give us a trial. We will ppreelateyour ; I my tlJtll"e.
ordinary duties, ."'hlcb can be performed Despite their opinion I save up mefliclct,,
;; fine light weight' Shirts I tired detached Bureau of Ordance and business. >
.
g taklcc four bottles of Duffy
after
intelligence. 2?t and : my conc&
.., by animals of high
no
ordered of ordnance -I REESE-MENDEL TAILORING
to duty as inspector CO. tion was greatly! improved. This was in the F4J nand !
for 50 c nts to ?2.50. at Carnegie Steel Works; E. F.j I Phone 675. 11 N, Ralafox St. The ,Belgian dog has become a recognized "I continued! the use of 'your grand medlcla!:"

Lel I Judge Advocate General and ordered jI j since his entry l into this field of action I ..weighed 125 pounds and after taking twenty tot.

I I home; R. S_'Griffin. commission .an I crime in the particular,districts .whichare t felt ties stronger thY health or was better fully in my restored IJfe and I advised I nets i

: flounced S. Cook retired. ordered to I II Morris"Danllheisse'rFormerly patrolled by him Is said to have number of, friends who baa treat and JI1I
i- The John White Store I I duty as assistant to ,the inspector of diminished twothirds.This -' -t i'.: :: ____ ____ -- trouble:to take Duff)""' and U never jelled to cmJttver
the sixteen lighthouse district and to ( of Dannheisser er Bros) I MRS MARY HOItN.WCICWOOD" : tneniMRS. H4jtY tIORlI.'LOCKWOOD. 1
; fact needs some explanation. avenue,I.d1 nlpo)1J.)
... '. ... I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine! ,
In ,
SptfltIM .r.
in March 31. '- C
I duty charge on I Ghent is not: ,only pierced ,by canals, -- -
I Wines. Beer .
ana Tobacco.
205-207 S. Palafo Street I Lieutenant Commanders-H. Vail. I but is surrounded bv :rich farms.and
Phone 225. I retired.the Sixteenth detached duty as inspector District of'' Old Hickory Whiskey My Specialty [ land as well as by luxuriant market DuffY's: Pure, Malt WhikeyI.
Lighthouse '
I j R.1 I]i 12 W. Zarrajjowa Street. and: horticultural r pr March 31 and ordered home; G. I. an absolutely pure gentle and invigorating stimulant
does In and bulbs It into action all the vital'forces.
PENSCAOLA. FLORID a large trad flowers ; the train and the muscles and richness to the bJo04. tfrlnp
tit
: to strength elasticity
Salsbury and W. C. Herbert detach is
It contalrs. It
1 The dock loafers, and floating population ,it makNI! } perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the:nourishment. invaluable -
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------- 18.'a of good health
the
the Olympia and ordered home; R. M. for' overworked ian. delioate women aoli sickly hllc1ren. It strendhens .y.t promoter
that shlpoing always brings are \V1akey contains no fusel 1 oil .}
t Hughes ordered to the Bureau of Ordnance and loaarevlty. makes: the old yojun and keeps the young etronK'. Puffy's Pure Malt an
SAFES! SAFES !
SAFES I
; SAFES ; W. A. Moftett detached Naval'.i Florida and Alabama :tempted to innumerable petty thefts, 1$ the whiskey$ that has been recognized aa a medIcIne. This'Is a g'.Jatantee. .
the extent of: the and Sets bY'An druggists ant ,or dtrert.I.aale bottles ml?;never I*bulk. .l'Jice$x. lullt 011 tie eDuJ.e.1II4Iee
whilQ gardens
: grO.fi
tt :Buy Diebold Safes. Station Guantanamo., Cuba, and the that the"014 C1telrdat..trade-zeark:i.ell tho label. Beware of refilled bottle and .t'artons malt whJak'y'a1lb.UtlJtu offered
Amphitnte} and ordered home; C. D. LAND COMPANY! fields and the isolation( of Rome of the foe gale b>>1'untellable d.aler. 'I'lteT are positively Jiumful and will not eue. medical booklet and doctofll'advice free. I1atfJ

r Scarritt Moreno, Agent. Stearns detached command of the, farms make It extremely difficult foe Halt,WhlJk Co.,Rochester.17. .

Truxton and ordered to Naval Station I Manufacturers of' the authorities to Scope'with them sin Y.N.. COLORING AND LOUIS BEAR COMPANY. Distributer

Guantanamo, Cuba and the Amphi- and Dealers in, gle handed. In 'the,bope' of checking .'
I trite. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. crime and robbery the chief commisisioner -- -

Lieutenants Washington order GLES AND KI.LN-DIpI.I ot police -obtained the. servicesof I I- -

a *d to the Dolphin; R. H. Leigh detached -- dogs. He most carefully arranged I Revolting -
the Des Moines and ordered to the CCavite : 1'lIeiralCI
Station and brdr4d *to'*ditty every detail of their'training which Is ,
}Minneapolis: W.: L. Little-field and C. done entirely b \ 1ldneS8,' and it is
with the legation gual-J 't 'P kln. ( I
T Jewell! detached the Olympa: when ; You Don't Know How
;i M' ; China; H.: Lee' detached dittY *lth t legation satIsfactory to knpwthat any memberof longyou
out of commission and, ordered home frightful
.: guard at Pekin;,Ch'hli' ltI1d'01'- the _force would4 be, Instantly' Itching,
and wait orders A. St. C. Smith detached .. .
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; PREPAID dered to'Caiile.tatl : miss d for.striking Vdog. diS'1
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the,Oljmpia. when out of com .n : : methods'1igro.ln t
The'
t mission' and ordered to the Minneapolis .' training intense will ,,keep In.Igo d health. Wouldn't it be well to
\ uN $420 ; F. E. Ridgely detached the Minne'apol LISTErf'/ : '; ; dogs demand the 'utmost patience. pin while
consider the question of life insurance )'oUcan'
's and ordered to the I1S Moines; and remenjber! the next. jipt?.i.s;: -t.,; Dummy figures: aresed! made' as'ne.ly"as'posaIbleo r. f .
risk.Knowles
: It? Better let the Equitable the
\ I S.V.. Bryant detached the Pretole and j fer from pain-caused J>ylJaroD,wh-, Represent the thieves I from. Eczema get carry
'lut'l. ordered to the Lawton; T A. Kearney I II er=when your head nearly\ .bursts and ,dangerous persons they' mayebe : _

lute {I ordered to; Washington! D. C. yard; from neuralgia-try: Ballard's Snow I likely to meet TfieMog ,is taught toseek I Insurance Gen'l Agts
C. R. Kear detached the Bureau of I Liniment. It -will cure yoijA:' prominent $-, to attack,*toieize':" to hold,* but Cured stay cura'byDI. Bros.I
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Ordnance and ordered 'fo the Rhode business man pf, Hempstead without hurting,seR&nsly.; The first Fire,' Ltfe,' Pensacola_

Island; F. H. Brumby detached the Texas wrItes'! : "I have used your lIn.1 step Is"to. place ,the1*dummy In such -

I I : DWVfRDI2t9 Olympia and ordered to the Minneapolis iment. Previous to .using, it I. was a, t position! t It *resemble: a:' man ,fli'D.Prescriptian --- ..
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sufferer .--- --- ---- -
; H. L. Brinser detached the Columbia great' from Rheumatism' and seeking to: conceal Tiimself. The dog ----- -T' '

1 t $ and ordered home; G. W. Dan- Neuralgia. I am pleased to say that soon understands! that''it,is an enemy .....................................................
forth. retired now I am free from these complaints
ordered to duty as as. 'Mnta&d PEN'ElA.OOLA.
I whom he must enters Into
-" sistant to inspector ot'machinery at I *m sure I owe this to jour,Hntoent. Read this truthful letter from a i

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; Ensigns-F. B. Fryer and J P. ilur- torture,
CHAS.BLUM&CO. dock detached the Olynrpia and ordered must not hurt' him/The: teacher lowers 'Manufacturers and' Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. | J
/ to the Des Moines; J. J. Hannigan Oil Upon the Tr ahle4 Water. the figure to the ground, and the dog + FORGINGS,' MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP *
1 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. when discharged from treatment, Lady-All jour marine pictures rep learns,that. though be may' not worry : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given'to all orders, J I

!1i: JACKSONVILLE FLA. II granted.! two, months sick leave; DMcD resent the sea as calm., Why don't his prey he must not allow his pros day or night. Agents for James McKay &' Co.'B celebrated Log and *

s1 -_._ __ -- ---_ .. Le Breton detached the Olympia you paint a storm once In awhile| ? trate foe to move aCnger until thor : Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resij

when out of commission and orderedto Artist-We painters In oil can't p int der is given. After"tii 'dummy, living dence phone ,1029. P. O. Box 123. 1, PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .
&1 A GOOD CARRIAGE. the Rhode Island; B. A. Long detached a storm. I have often outlined a model is used; andVs ibis process u .......... .........*$.t.... .........o
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Naval Proving Ground, Indian storm on the canvas, but as soon as I not without danger.'the: person usually I

A When you *ant a good carriage. Head Md. and granted one months begin to spread on the: oil'colors, the 1 chosen for this 'part is one who takes +*
: J prompt service and safe and careful s'ck! leave; C." T. Wade ordered to the waves subside and the Ma'becomes as care'of the dog and'for whom he hasa + +

-,1 treatment. remember the original Hancock: J. V. Babcock ordered to calm as duck. pond.-Punch. lively atrt"<'tion. -. But at the same
: HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. command the Truxton; H. E. Cook detached time he. 1s'prevntMtt first from showing -. I
jt4 IWITHOUT.LIGHTjWE I
the Bureau of Ordnance ordered
PHONE 185. Wholly Vnae..a.a'p. too nanen zeal by wearing a muzzle.
to the Franklin In connection with
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It was founded In 1892 and It has a the crew for the"Louisiana and ordered 'You don't even know howto make Afterward the experiment is tried on

b' reputation for polite and careful drlverst to duty on latter vessel when com a lemon tart." remarked tb.;cooking other members 'of the force and in i COULD NOT SEE !

r, and the best. informed cabmen In mission: W. L. Pryor detached dutyas school girl with fine scorn. .' four months the dog's education as a Jt

'1i the city. Following are the members inspector or. ordnance "It isn't necessary to make a lemon policeman is considered complete, and I :
Carnegie
,1' and their hack number Steel Works and ordered at to the Lan tart," replied the others All the lemons he takes his place' with the rest. The For several rears Indianapolis.: I bad sore Tnd.and May breaking U 1m I : So without light people cannot see the goods you have .

'A. M. Soloman, No. 1; A. J. Leggett]I caster In connectionwith the crew I've ever seen were Pretty'tart'al- animals are also taught to'swim and to .I on my neck and anaa which was very : d'splayed: in your window-In fact cannot see the house J
; :J 5 J Stan caustmr me many nights of wakefulness llalnfUl.1 itself .
o ; worth. No. 7 J. E. Mor. I
; for the Tennessee and ordered to latter ready. _ _. : seize their prey In the'water., to save rest-the pain ndltchintr was so severe : -
4 rig, No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr.. No. 11C. 0' that It seemed like I could hardly stand!it.
vessel 'when commission life from to scale steel
A.
: P. drowning, << walls
H. Taylor. No. 12 O I ; : 1 tried many different remedies without relief.
; Abdelcothe. .
No. !
15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear.'it" Fairchild detached\' the Olympia and A Dodger /Ir" and to overcome all artificial obstacles. A friend recommended D D D. The first application Ii GAS ARC LIGHTS j jT iI
ordered to'the Minneapolis S. Read "What started old Pinc&apenny_ to Most of these dogs are sheep dogs, steered the bnrniD :eudttcbingseosattoaend
old/No. 21 S. : .
; Bibbs. No. 26 M. Po I gave me much relief.I
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terson No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77 ordered to the Mayflower; F W. Sterling studying occult.science? : ',, but besides the-Belgian there are also was completely cured by two bottles and my make people see both the business house and also what J

i5 All the above are nice closed. car; detached the Callao and orderedto "He wants- to cultivate a new senseso the Russian: and the Brie dogs. Duringthe sklnlsclearof5nyeruptionsofany. o. : (MISS: )ROSE DOREUUS.1JOH kind. I. I .. is shown In.the windows. ZOO candle power gas arc.
the Baltimore.
-j riages. he can see a bill collector,through a day they take 'their rest In comfortable Prospect Street.Indianapolis lad costs only 3 cents an hour. J
Signed J, STALLWORTH. Pres. Midshipmen O. Gawne detached brick wall."-Detroit Free Press. loose' boxes attached to the I

: By ,C. II. TAaTLOR, Sec. and Tres. Cleveland the OJymp'a_ and ordered to the head ,station of p Jiee. But af '10 D. D. D. Prescription has our UD-I; Gas I
G O Carter indorsement. Pensaco/a Company
; detached the Where to Get It.. o'clock their duties begin, and the last qualified For a long t!
--..- Ohio and ordered to the Callao.; J. S. "A of time we have been recommending it with
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simple look Is all. I
said +
crave stroke! of the hour lias no more than
-- placed Woods out detached of commission the Olympia.and order when the sentimental ;yonng man to the sounded I before they,set up a ,chorus of i effected astonishing have results.created The a sensation cures already in this :- Phone 148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

K YOU WON'T ed to the Princeton; O. C. F Dodge,I I I heiress."Then deafening barks. s'if to show tht'lt'l j community j ;, If,you have a skin affection :.......,. ..... ............ ..............:
ordered to Naval. JjTpspital, N. Y. for you'd better consult. 'yonr. mirror eagerness to get to work. They are on tome. and inquire about the D. D. D.
treatment -*. ," she replied tartly;. duty till C the next morning, but do not Remedy. It will be the means of makingyou __ -

BE FAIR TO Surgeons-C. D. Langhorne detached peem. fatigued by their long hours. a happier 'human beiDg.-_, .. .

the Denver; ordered home and The barred of the videos will do you It Is necessary that these hardworking WE PROVE IT. BURROWES'Fly
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placed on waiting orders: G. P Lums-( less harm than their'. convereatlon.--. animals should be well fed, ,and To !convince.you: have arrange.

YOUR FEETIF den detached the Olympia, when placed -,I Bentley. their menu for the day would not be wlth..,the.D., D.. D. Co. sOtbat any sufferer -
,
iA out of'commission and ordered to refused by any' hungry man. It consists from 'any skin disease can get!

the Minneapolis; O. D. Norton detached 1- -- of soup, meat, rice and bread the direct front the D. D D., Co.'s laboratory -' and Mosquito Screens !
the Minneapolis, ordered home 'a free
; and last being the best Kneipp bread. large ,sample bottle of D.j
YOU FAIL TO SEE placed on waitjng orders Petermants Roach IX JO.' prescription together with 321
Food They liavea meal twice a dayas
hearty .
A Passed Assistant Surgeon-R, W. page new: pamphlet on sk'n disease
: OUR FINE LINE OF Plummer well as a biscuit and a slice of bread
detached naval subrt>cruit. and "free advice on particular
jour
before their night's round. Sent,on Thirty: Days' Trial!, Freight Prepaid.
starting
ing station. St., Joseph Missouri and A Boon to Housekeepers.. on case from the world's greatest skin > ,
ordered to the Denver. Their uniform consists of a leather collar l. ccia1bt. : .

Assisant Surgeons-W. B Smith detached strongly bound with steel.and armed All material needed for attachng! the screens and doors included WIth.

MEN'S SPRINGOXFORDS the Olympia, when placed out .with sharp points,to'repel any attack ., HOOTON'S PHARMACY. out'extra- cost. .. .. . .
I of commission and ordered to the Hancock from their victims. From this collar SAMPLE COUPON
FREE Screens, are made only to order, yet returnable if not satisfactory
I
; I. F. Cohn andJ. Flint appointed. hangs a medal which bears ,thedogs !:Mall this: Promptly)
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MORE THAN '200,000 HOUSES ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'
name and address as well as tbe fD7bT ,[). CO. Medical
: Paymaster! R. Sanford detached SCREENS.'
date of his birth. '
115-120 Michigan St.
I the Department'I'
Olympia.
when
placed out of Should 'the dQK- lost
ho or detainedthis Chicago. the past
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commission: ordered home and placed Every practical: Improvement In screen construction during
; i|. on waiting orders. :. ii'J' 101 II medal serves to Identify him. In '" Please; send_ me free: prepaid, a thirty years ,was first used by u?.
i.J THEY LOOK WELL TO Passed The moat improve methzlto fr's aJgu.aof place of a helmet he wears a fine wire large: size :sample bottle of D. D.D. .
\ \ s>!'stant Paymaster large or sm ll roaches i..to use thseoatentsof muzzle'which will allow him to drink .. pamphlet and consultation Drop postal to P. 0.. Box 104 or phone 1015 and local rept'sentaUTe

iW THE EYE AND FEEL and Hovej-Klng ordered deta home.<;h e'4 the. MonadnocK time.a boxof bhake"Peteraan's it on joint ad*h004'ojne of;It at'will one but not to eat. This I is to prevent him blank. For ,. ... years I have J will call to"g1, you estomates.

; 't Assistant penetrate and remain to ksep the premises from being poisoned. It is fairly loose .been afflicted with a skin diseasecalled..and j Ii .
GOOD TO THE FEET. Paj master-J. R. Horn-I couiinuooAly free Boacees aLit as food, it is .--"- '
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berger ordered to the Monadnock. the most deatrnotiTe remedy on this earth to and Is attached by elastic bands which have never used III
1 DROP IN AND TRY A Paymasters Clerks-R. A. Ashton th to live and multiply I Name .. .. ,. .. ..
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appointment revoked. bEDBUOd-"Feterman'stiseQTat7"( the bead. In their there Is I. 'l" .r r "
quick- quarters a
ii PAIR ONt Boatswains L. slver-a.dbugs ...k. it I. Address..... ._. -.. ,'., ... __. ..... .. '..
M. each HAVE I f
dressing SPECIAL
Melcher. where has WE
detached retired up in th_: eircnlafon .room Naval I -
Academy and ordered when four over where peg placed beneath his name and from ,

home; J. Davis detached the Olympia It h'.is invatmabls brnabedOtltgbtly.if brnctedon which bang the collar muzzle chain, I .
-- and ordered to the !Franklin; P. H. beds whan apart and etc. which belong to him. They have : '
: 3 5c TEA :
Burns retired ordered to equipment 5 on baok of picture f ran e. their private medical man. who keeps a : : ._- ." .
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i ordered department to., N. Y. yard; J. W. Angus not tnoaldiacs.runt or#harm tc. It.1Il furniture close watch on their& health.-New York, All Kinds that ,want : .:, -'-" :: .J :
equipment you
department or beddiay. Odor' Herald. .
Boston ('M and not ."> I -
yard.Gunner4
poisonous."Peteraan s.j.tllCon1"(bqai4)In flexible, i : That goes. away ahead of any tea we .
t H. O ANSON I A. Yonnd. retired or- handr ease for crack, wall, mattresses,etc Stops itching Instantly. Cures piles 5- ever 'saw before at such a low price. 1

dered cer in to charge duty as of assistant to the offl- Odorless" noneipLoie.Pet.rman'a Ant lood'-A. itrobg powder eczema, salt rheum, letter Itch, hives, :OAK 'AND PINE 0 It .brews out strong and delicious in .

the Branch Hydrographic to kill and drive away ants also. water btle herpes scabies-Doan's Ointment. At : .-flavor: it has no bitter taste; It I U *
I Office. Philadelphia, Pa or black beetles in on.nlffct"Petermans .J. :ih. ap&;- .than 'you can. buy selling like hot cakes to our best cm :
1 Warrant. J'ood'\lI1&k.. any drug store '
Rat-Uom ,
CASH fachlnlirtS-J. J. raifJ '
CLOTHIER. Corlno '
anywhere. Any size you temers., Trysome at house we *
your
O Johnson.! or mice WIld they will leav and Dot retnra.* It : ;
W. S. Falk and J. L. T"k. no other, a. time ISS/J eyes nor want. know sou will like it. }
Sanders detached'tbe Olympia, when Important than aion. ;. ,,r// THE BEST' SHOaT FOR THE :
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;t Corner Palafoi and Main. I placed out of'.commission and ordered Originated Wm Pterman in luT*. 'p.ri Mf ."Chwuist..;'d in OTby- LEAST MONEY:CAN E' FOUND AT. E..G +

home ; 54,M S*W.*t 13th M.New( York City THE : : : SEWELL : 14WG.rden I J\ I A C* fD V The Popular ,

A Marine Corps Orders. London Enf.Montreal P.Q .PENSACOLA SHOE: PARLORS, ,, Phone 183 I MIL U MO W D Y Grocer. +
bold bs all Peuwux/la
: drari1ata> in *.
1 Captainsi-W.. )1. Clifford l and : 614. :
detached Phone
throughout UnP--1 IS": \' 'Corner int ndencia_and Baylert.z.M : ,, : I .............,....,...... ................ .............. ;
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