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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 22, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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LABOR COMMITTEE ARE GRANTED IMMUNITY


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One Hundred Representatives of Organized] But Judge Humphrey Holds that Corporations 1



RITEBiLLtong Labor Urge Passage of Pending SAfE are Not Immune from Prosecution -. MARKET


Labor Measures. by Government.By .

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Promised Court Review By Associated Press Mr. Morrison read a memoral of 'Promptness in Reporting Suspected Associated Press. of which some of the indicted indithtfuals Prices Advanced Over Half Centa
Washington Mar: 21.-President the executive council of the American -i Chicago Mar :21-By direction of are members stand.

Amendment Introduced by .body Roosevelt of representative to uay received of organized a large Federation urging action on the.\ Case of Fever Has Restored Judge J. Otis Humphrey in the Unit. Attorney Immediately Morrison following for the the decision government Pound from Tuesday'sLow

'labor at the White House and talked various demands mane: by organized eij' States district court to-day the asked that the case against the

Senator Bailey. I to them about the urgent request for labor. The memorial dwelt particularly Confidence. .urnuuity| pleas filed by the individual I corporations be set for trial within Level.
the enactment of labor measures now on the eight hour law and Its hackers, were sustained and denied two weeks. There was a storm of t
pending before congress. Samuel enforcement on government works as to corporations. The packers woo! protest from the packers' attorney*,
the Gompers president of the American including the Panama Canal, on the PRESENCE OF DR. WHITE IN THE were indicted last summer on the who asked postponement till fall i
Several Speeches Made Upon Federation_of Labor and Frank Mor immigration laws and especially on charge of being in conspiracy in restraint They said there were sixteen hundred .' Liverpool Cables Were Much High- t
rison secretary-, headed the delega- the Cbinese exclusion laws.. CITY A SOURCE OF SECURITY- of trade and commerce are witnesses in the case and they

Bill During Day. ton, which Included one hundred The president replied in an extended ORGANIZATONS FORMED IN granted immunity from criminal needed time for 'Preparation. The er than Expected.MAY '
members, representing: aH the imTortant address which indicated practical prosecution uoaer: the indictments court instructed the attorneys to settle
labor 'organizations in the i accord on some matters but radical ,EVERY WARD TO TAKE UP While the individuals, go free the the date among themselves- and i 1

HOUSE ADJOURNED IMMEDIATELY country. I differences on others. indictments against the corporations notify him next week. AND JULY SOLD UP 33 AND
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WORK OF INSPECTION. s t;

AFTER BEING CALLED TO 29. POINTS. RESPECTIVELY-

ORDER ON ACCOUNT OF SUDDEN -: Duke Submits AffidavitIn }:ew""Orleans fioecial,to Mar.The 21 Journal.. The official Tax on Railroad Earnings CLOSING WAS LITTLE OFF, BUT, i 1 i

I by representatives<< of ,
announcement
DEATH OF CONGRESSMAN His Suit for Divorce I the Boards of Health of Texas Mississippi. Declared Unconstitutional STEADY AT ADVANCE OF26 TO

PATTERSON POSTMASTERS Alabama and Louisiana, that the 38 POINTS-SALES FOR DAY ESTIMATED .'
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HOGATT CON- not fever and AT 600,000 BALES.. '
yellow
NOMINATED autopsy was
I By Associated Press. [leave his wife until he 'suspected her the immediate and wide publicity By'A.soclated Press. seeks to tax the gross receipts of 1i

FIRMED. New York Mar. 1.2-An affidavit fidelity. He denied that he had a adopted by the Louisiana State. Board Austin Tens Mar. :21! .-The court state and interstate railroad companies
which is in violation of the
., by James B. Duke! president of the fortune dollars but amounting admitted to ten fifty million million and of Health, has 'practically revolution of civil appeals third district, to-day Federal constitution The state will By Associated Press.
ized the sentiment l in the south as to declared unconstitutional the law ct New York Mar. 21.There was considerable
American Tobacco Company supporting lose several hundred thousand dollars
gave a list of the property and jewel. dur-
and excitement
By Associated Press. his suit for a divorce was read rj' given her. He said he had his the honesty of New Orleans in the. the last legislature assessing a iu taxes and the railroads will savenearly the day activity in the cotton market,
Washington. Mar 21-The senate b> Duke's counsel in the hearing before wife watched by v'et Active* and de matter of reporting cases and imp'anted special two per cent tax on the gross two hundred thousand dollars ing advancing more than half a
y a confidence on the part of neighboring of all railroads The law in accumulated penalties for refusal! prices >
the entire day to the consid- Vice Chancellor iFitney in Jersey clared his wife was' defending the earnings a pound from yesterdays low
devoted other incident cent
City' today. Counsel appearebopposing suit, only hoping to securing a large states that no was set astate on the grounds that it to pay. '
railroad rate bill. done. The death of the leveL
ering of the could have
for financial settlement.The
Mrs Duke's application
bullion view ohtbG'
Senator Culberson presented an counsel fees. decision,allowed her counsel patient was a matter of great momentas Liverpool took a

amendment prohibiting corporationsfrom Duke's affidavit declared he did not I ,fees of three thousand dollars. mortem by the.diagnosis autopsy was the settled disputed and ante-by RUSSIA WILL census day's break report in which the local caused market yester and

---- coming: under the operation of dying. the- victim. became a benefactor THIS. RAUSCHER cables were higher than expected. lathe

the proposed law preventing paymentof to the entire country. INCREASE NAVYLondon late trading May sold at 1092 ant

political contributions.. lie was followed SUPREME COURT The constant presence of Dr. J. H. July .at 10.46, or 33 and 39 points net

: who offered GREAT G DAMAGE United. States Marine higher, closing a little off from the
Barley
White surgeon
Senator '
by best but steady at an advance of 2 amendment providing JUSTICES CONFER Hospital Service is another source of I Mar 21.-The Pall Mall
tilt long promised security for it was he ..rho. aided by I Gazette to-day reports that the Rus- SENTENCED TO 38 points.Sales ,
the court from the for the* were estimated at
for appeal to the citizens stamped out the fever sian government is preparing to dar
decision of the intercalate commerce last year so quickly and effectively as I depend one hundred' million dollars: six hundred 'thousand bales.

commission: TO GEORGIA RELATIVE TO LYNCHING OF NEGRO to leave no room' for doubt as to the]!during the next two years In naval
Dolhver made safety of this section this summer. 'betterments, of which British builders
Bailey and BOWLERS WILL
Senators on the rate question and BY MOB AT CHATTA The Public Health Association has will secure: a large share. 5 5Was YEARS
Beeches .
NOOGA.By been reorganized and ever ward, pre
were followed by Senators lillman cinct and block auxllllaiy has begun KILLING OF SEVEN MEET AT ST. LOUIS

Patterson; Heyburn and Knox. CROPS work of inspection and the campaignof
fumigation, .cleaning'and killing the
lts
Mr. Bailey was interrupted in Associated Press. mosquito is'In ITALIANS: DENIED Sentenced to Serve This By Associated Press.
facial progress :
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announcement of a:s Mar. 2V:...A conference' stegomv ,
by the Washington.; '
argument Similar measures have been Louisville Ky, Mar. %The American E
fdtaers death in New Orleans and of the supreme court justices no/w in adopted all 'over Louisiana, especially Bowling Congress today decided .

immediately left the chamber. Cold of Monday and Tuesday the city was held today regard;ng the at where fever occurred last year. I Raleigh Mar 21.- special from Utterfug to hold its next annual sesson at St.
Inching of the negro, Ed Johnson Asheville denies the rumor sent from Louis and elected Robert H. Bryson,

HOUSE ADJOURNED ONACCOUNT Result in L Loss of Chattanooga while he was under sentence I Bristol Tenn., that _seven Italians of Indianapolis president and reelected .
Nights May of death and in whose case the
OF DEATH SON TOOK HISFATHER'S were killed by the foreman of a construction Samuel Karpf, of Dayton,
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Court issued a stay of pro
Supreme thbreach
Apparently
the South end Ohio, secretary
Two Million Dollars. ceedings. It is not known what conclusion I Railroad.MINERS gang on. Thomas Rauscher the young whiten between, the eastern!: and western -
WashingtOn Mar 21.-The house was reachedWRITER LIFE Western an who entered a plea of guilty in factions of the con'gress has
adjourned immediately after being; the criminal court last wt't'kto the
and now seem
widened amalgamation
called to order on account of the sudden By Associated Press REACH charges of forgery and uttering forged -
death thi$ morning of Kepresenuuve Savannah Mar : .-The extensive OF GIRLS' paper was sentenced yesterday! by impossible. .
Patterson, of Pennsylvania-who trucking interests in this vicinity rereived By Associated press Judge Beges to serve a term of fire

died of heart failure The usual resolutions a serious 'blow from cold last DEAD :.At'anta Mar. 21.-Henry J. Purcell NO AGREEMENT years at the state convict camps. WILL BE SENTENCED
were adopted night. The temperature fell to thirty STORIES a barker, fifty years old was shot and Rauscher took the sentence. of the '
; and growers report grave damageto killed instantly this evening by his court calmly and seemingly It had I
Postmasters Nominated. : the growing crops. son, Elisha. 24 years old. The elder, Indianapolis, Mar. 21.-The scale but little effect upon him. He evidently TO DEATH TO-DAY
horn9 intoxicated and began, committee of the joint conference of expected at least that numberof
came
Washington,Mar 21. The president TWO MILLION DOLLARS By' Associated Press .oi [ man quarrelling with hIs wife. He threat-' ciiner.s and operators of the central years at hard labor,, and was not
today sent the following nominations DAMAGE IN GEORGIA I Boston, Mar. 21.-The death of ened to throw a brick at his wife and and southwest competitive districts surprised when sentence was passed Cornelia Ga., Mar 21.-A jury today
of postmasters to the senate: Flora Mrs A. D. Whitney writer from jirls her the wife of the .younger man. who, was in session the entire day, bat upon him. found a verdict of guilty,against' Geo.
da, J. Mizell? Punta Gorda; Georgia Atlanta. Mar. 21-Reports received 'stories was announced She at immediately drew a revolver. Ellsha' accomplished nothing toward reaching The young man who was, the proprietor \V, BundricJw lie will be sentenced
V E. George Hawkmsville. from' many peach growing sections''I home at :Milton to-day was surrendered to the police. an agreement. of the Klondyke restaurant, to death tou*orrow. Bundrick ant ,
of the state indicate a loss of fifty born in Boston sixty-four years igo got into trouble during the time he his brother Andrew, in September,

Hoggatt Confirmed. .r per cent from the cold Monday and was running that place. He opened 1902< waylaid. and killed John Shrou-. x

Washington Mar :21.-The senate Tuesday nights. Commissioner of up for business about six, months.I der. George escaped to Louisiana and.
Agriculture Hudson t today confirmed Wilford B. Hog'sattu will the first forgery when he"
as his belief that the damage given a life) sentence.SON'S .
,
governor of Alaska.BANQUET reach forty percent at the lowest es made out a note to the First National
Bank signed by himself"and to whichhe
timate. Fifty, percent injury means i ; ,
of two million dollars to Georgia forged the name of :Mrs. Lena BLOWS'
loss ; "
a Guardina as endorsee.. This was followed t
growers. : ; ;: < shortly afterwards btwo
BY THETHBONE ,
others to both of which he forged KILL MOTHER

CONDITIONS OP the signature of Mrs Guardina. There'
were ,given to the bank but later he
borrowed something like 1400 from Danville Va., Mar. 21- Mrs Susan
THE WEATHER ; the Fisher Real Estate Agency by Dooley is dead from blows alleged to :

wo> R the same mean The discovery that have been inflicted by her son, tea
1'rlitc, 1A the endorsements were forgeries vas days ago. She was rescued by' n<-Uh: .

TODAY WITH FksLt-: make about six weeks ago and the hors and after hovering between life
FAIR AND WARMER It ItONfEREflfh young man was arrested at once and and death the old lady- died tonight: .
i RAIN FRIDAY IS THE FORE- FAR M';' ,1 1(1( i iIt tralnltted: having committed the Her son is in custody. He is a .fl)....9

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Was Given Yesterday Afternoon in Friday Fair is and the warmer forecast today of and the with vicinity.weather rain !!fE gvtTI 1 ;;: 4- <: TO COUNTYFIVE SERVICES TO-DAY i

Pensacola ,
officials: for i
Honor of the Grand Lodge The weather oondit4ons seem to be i.. -- .J Reverend !
unsettled. Wednesda This afternon at 3 o'clock

Officers. night somewhat the thermometer went as low ..J 1' ,: WHO WERE ARRESTED; : Mr Hulse of New Ycwk, will address i
there 185'sl1ght the congregation of Christ church
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as formation 55 decrees' of and frost. Yesterday the CONNECTION WITH BURN. especially the men on the Btifcject ot"The r
)4 Missionary- Thank Offering jo be
53 degrees '
was .
.maximum temperature : HAM MURDER ARE
One 't !
of the most enjoyable occaai 1 fL" presented at the general conventionin

6.* ta the history- of. Magnolia Tent his summary yesterday Weather TRIED. Richmond by the ,iMen of tbs
In ,
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Church in gratitude for Three Hundred
1'1. No. 4. Rathbone Sisters, was the Observer Reed said:
disturbance of {L tti l lG -- I Years of English Christianity. t
taaqiw and reception given yeater- "The northeastern "
I out to Jamestown 1607-Richmond, 1901.
*" Tuesday morning has passed Five all of whom were arrested t
". negroes
afternoon
by the order in hono! depression! of considerable shortly The End in View.
another after
of! &e< grana'' lodge officers. The sea and observed over \ J Saturday night The primary object of this movement
intensity is now Burnham bad been
ding wag the first since the re from .- r 4 Police Officer is to quicken among men a
trough ;
a
the upper lake region killed by Jim Ardis, were given a
tote of the -tud' I sense of the importance of the churchas
grand lodge officers, shallow depression
the 'municipal !
extends to a morning in
which
trial' yesterday _
"f report of the grand represents northern f LI a factor in national social and domestic
reached extreme Lan eaD.I
tare Mrs J. M Clutter was hfardh which has has ceased, court by" Recorders life and to awaken or to stimulate :
Precipitation to the county autLorities
Texas were turned over I
interestA In them a feeling of gratitude
Igbt: snow ,
Buffalo where various charge Some
except 'at on
number of addresses were dolly clear I for the past and of responsibility for
continues. Skies 'are generally are alleged to have assisted Ardis In i
Bred by anl] the future.
members of the order
states an while
Atlantic
:
the
and from officers,
:ls by over the gulf escaping The of the move.
secondary object
Pnhians attend
who in .
were ,moved
having have him to
said to nrgw
*Q<* Among tho who .poke were area of high pressure' others are I.I ment Is to give to each man an opportunity .
The 3 from Texas to ,Florida causing. a con.I I keep on shooting.
to his gratitude anlin ,
supreme representative Mrs throughout have been ,held in the.I express
1
I The
tinued fall in temperature N/i negroes .
latUe J Novilie and the grand chh-:. some measure to discharge his reBponbibil'ty
Frosts were gen- sincfe Saturday night in the II
Irs. the Atlantic states. city jail
p 11. wlHamg., These address -- observed this morning from 1, hope of obtaining' more Information by uniting in a worthy
t"I "'f'r"'f>ry Inter&tlng_ erally too f niissonary thank offering
eastward throughout the whereabouts of
regarding
the transaction of some northeastern Texas Mr Hulse is rjsiting the different \
yw
>'ittae; business the crowl the east gulf and ,south Atlantic murderer dioceses of the Episcopal church addressing i
large itseems
southward in Florida So far as Ar.lis is concerned
) extending ?
present repaired table I states the men and trying to awakeen
to the.banquet freezing temperatures as though he has made good
where [they enjoyed the excellentIh ,> nearly to Tampa; the central his Some believe that he i* interest in this great offering.

the which had ,been prepared for are reported from of Georgia and Y' 4 : __ Mill escape.In Pensacola though and that he The rector of Christ church. ..Ray.P .
northern portions
and
occasion have risen U being secreted by his friend until H. Whaley D. D., earnestly urge
The members of Magnolia Temple! ; Alabama. Temperatures opportunity leave hU eODt regi :on to be present thl.afteru.oon !.
he baa better
the country a
half of
naturally feel proud that two of their lover the western for thi town. Other are of the,opinion that especially the men of the
w-wWr should l > honored bv the 1 indirat'ng! rising temperature CHIP FROM ZE SHOULDUR'" parish to hear what Mr. Hulse has. ter
ZE
. ; vicinity with fair weather and. light FR.(. CE-I HAVE NOT ZE WILD D SIRE TO REMOVE he is hundreds of miles,from Pensa- .
. |gaud Mge by bt-tng selected to hold I and cola. <& ,:ay on this subject. i *
, tae Position of supreme' re.' :' :Jeat .I I to fresh south" winds tonight France would prefer to avoid trouble-with Germany over Xorooou.-2ie s Item.. -. .? ... ,, ? ..- ;,
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eraflike" of h's: state which Senator BaTey''' of Tennessee, provided he is reelected ; Fine lot of Diamonds sat,exceed icy
LIGHTNING RODS j Nick's>< Buffet and has not 'and should a contest be to the senate). Senators Overman Qlamonds! low prices for a few dayS only \.t" I

brought on' between them for the Texas and S'mmons of North Carolina;.Gor to see. them.

Restaurant- delegation ''*hch: the friends of ernor Beckham:! of_Kentucky;', Prest J. F. DAVIS 213 S. Pa'afoxSt;

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Is the only place of Its More( serIous attention Is given to W. Bailey last summer by doo'aringthat .+...+..+.+.*.+...+...N.N+.+.+.+NNO+..+....i NN

r kind in Pensacola la fact Missouri material: than to that of any the south was no longer sending .
it la ; other of the states that are'popularly \i!
t. ,event of Mr. !HJearst's failure to win great men' to congress .. MfS1 HAVE A' SPECIAL
... classified as southern There is a Meant me, the eye of every president
Ambition in South Stir- the jirlze for which he strove in
"" young governer out there who has maker enocrat'as well as re- ,0 :
I. 1904: A Pride to done some things that fit in with the publ'can, Judge Parker 'and all the

1, red by Judge Parker'sAddress. Hearst' and Bryan Seem Rivals.In prevailing drift of affa'rs po'itical! and rest: protrude toward the White House .''I'r i 35c TEA !
.t this connection it is pertinent to Pensacola.Larger which might so appeal to the public whenever the leadership of ei'her party :
state that there does not appear to be imagination as to give Treat. strengthto for 1903 is discussed What is 'in .
'sort of understanding between his candidacy. the head of the of that .
any
cities cannot occupant gray That goes away ahead of any tea we .
u,4 Messrs. Hearst, and Bryan hearing on boast of a better 4 equipped A Produce of Tennessee. old mansion? That is the questionthe : ever saw before at such a low price .

MANY ARE OF THE .OPINION the leaaership of.. their party in multi l&OS place. The service Is the Then. too. Governor Folk is a Tennessee president makers ask with bated It brews out strong and del:c'ous; in :
On the contrary, the signs are the best that can be had. rather,than a Missouri product breath whenever they talk earnestyto ; : flavor; it has no b,tter taste; it is .
THAT HIS.ADVICE TO NORTH plying that they are rivals for one another. Some of them want like hot cakes to best
t. having lived.in the latter state only : selling our cus :
glittering trophy This of itself con in Nick few years, before he' smashed the ma-li Mr. Roosevelt to please 'oblige by reissuing tomers. Try some at your house; -we .
CAROLINA POLITICIANS WAS stitutes a factor of great Interest Apostle Propt'rANOTHER f '
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only as chine and ,rode In triumph from boodle the statement he gave out the know you will like I If.14W .
not
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the presidential equation
ntsht of November 8,'1904.
ti' GIVEN FOR PURPOSE OF HEAD it affects democratic politics, but gubernatorial mansion at Jefferson 0 0
1'rt1' ING OFF WM. HEARST. eral affects for it presidential goes. without politics saying in that gen .' ,HIGHGRADE, PIANO City., Chicago. Alderman Owes His, Election :,: : Garden LAZJACOBY The Popular :

If Mr. Hearst shall develop dangerous "We have' secured the agency for It is.too early yet to say how Folk's to Chamberlain's Cough .. Phone 183. Grocer. .

strength the conservative forces, irrespective the celebrated Packard Piano ,whichis candidacy would suit the purposes or Remedy. ..............................-.. ......4....444... 4.
l' ,Washington March ,21-The Washington of nominal party affiliations, one of the, best., pianos made in the peace of mind of the Hon.William '"I can heartily, and conscientiously .
+s ,Post says;, would be compiled to conjure with America. It has a tone that is full, Joel Stone, ,the most potent personal recommend Chamberlain's Cough ---
r round sympathetic' clear and reson factor In the Missouri democracy but affections of the
; + Land is glistening: .with, Bryan's, name and popularity" \ as tae Remedy for throat'
All Dixie last, desperate: device: for heading oft ant. The Packard: 'as well .as all it IS not Inconceivable! that ,the and lungs says lion. John Sh nick, FOR ALLFORMS
S !lightning;: rods since Judge Alton B Hearst Stranger things have happened other pianos 'we handle: can 't>3 put in senator could be induced to view;wittt 220 So.,Peoria St., Chicago "Two OF
Parker declared: that ,the south'oaght in .our politics than William your home on' our "Pay' when you restraining composure a movement to years ago tfuring a political campaignI
r" to assert its dominancy In the affairs Jennings Bryan being, turned to by plan give the Missouri delegation to the caught cold after being overheated,
i; of the democracy and name a southern the 'cane and sound ; elements for CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. governor, provided the senate was, not which :irritated my 'throat and I was
rescue from what they regard as an Pensacola Fla. the real objective. either of Folk or finally compelled to stop as I could
man'for
in lt!>OS.
president actual .menicel: some factional friend of Folk. not speak loud. In my extremity a
t The party's latest defeated candidate There,does: not any longer seem tobe Then._too,,there is former Governor friend advised me to use Chamber
has, of souse not only taken the doubt that Mr truth of the declaration that in 'his Davis Rowland ,Francis, who poss:bly lain's Cough Remedy. I, took two .
Hearst
/east
Limselfout: of tfce next race; but he will Contest, the field for .the governorship attempt to stir up assertive. sectionalism may.have to'be consulted by any presidentmak' ttoses. that afternoon' and could not take the celebrated cure; Botanic Blood,Balm (B. B. \
> has barren ,every northern democrat of New York nett fall. In- in the 'national democracy! r$ 'who go out to Missouri believe my senses when I found the It is all in the world you need to effect a per-
P s his :candidacy' : for that nomination (Judge Parker Is undertaking; thus looking for'naterial' Francis Is a next morning the Inflamatkm hadlargely II.fect and lasting Even the most obstinate
sweepstakes event, which fcs-eq\," cure.
iron the subsided. I took several doses
of
the Hearst
early to curb
growth Kentuckian and
It by birth was trans-
already is 'Well advanced. is
and forms of have been
spokesman for that kept right on talking throughthe weeping scaly eczema permanently -
tt he, as the probable remembered with what scornful remarks sentiment. planted to Missouri at an early age.lie' say
4 (powerful financial interests, is essaying hIS. acceptance of the! ,Municipal Many Statesme'n Willing. !has been a man Of' affairs for almost ;campaign. and I thank ,this medicine II cured-cases which resisted the united ef
s to arrange for the next presidential generation that I won my seat in the Coun forts of of medicines and doctors.
scores
; Ownership J>1lrtYnomination for Aside from the flattering unction a knows the art of many .
remedy Is for sale all
#! campaign.; major of' Greater' New York was that a'host of statesmen at the south securing popularity, is a past masterin c11 .This. by Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state

The favorite son old game one In, presidential and one- greeted by .the 'old line politicians allover have taken to their souls that Par the trade df''inoriey making, 'stands druggists. 4' ment. If you want a cure instead of a costly experiment -
politic* is an the, ,country last October. It ker's suggestion points to ,each! of hIgh! with 'thC"conservative elementsin
call for Botanic Blood Balm and
: at which the, south can play as adro.tly ; THE .BEST.SHOE FOR THE accept
what all 'pans'or country and is'popular
? ii also remember'with? a them as the most available material,
t, as.the best of themv ,,1Ie.nce.itthere mere $hudd.r the'.*sane 'and sound"" elements It cannot be claimed that his North with the, masses. Should he LEAST MONEY CAN BE FOUND AT substitute. A never-failing for eczema.
than the
rt r is anything more of the :metropolis viewed his Carolina speech has had much effect. 'grapple with Governor!' Folk for the THE 1PENSACOLA Price$1 per bottle at all druggists or sent on receipt
wish or opln .
: expression of personal chances of election .two. ,weeks before It has, of course, started among the delegation, it is not improbable that SHOE PARLORS,
Parkers North price. 3 bottles for $2.50 6 bottles for $5.00.
of Judge
. :4 ion back it not at all improbable the,close ot that memorable:campaign democrats in congress ,what the Hon the adroit Senator Stone would stepin Corner! Intendencia ,and Baylen.The ,
/ art l Carolina that speech far-rcacLins is efforts will to ',fay; nothing ot their dread when Champ Clark would call in his choicest a/bout/ the time they were both worn BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta Ga.V .
on Xhe:night. of the election appeared Missouri lingo "a mighty Jower out with the struggle and calmly walk ..
1 / he made to send to the next democratic fop se\'eral'.ooul'So that he had tri ing," but curiously enough, it hisnot away with the prize in such shape that, Dec ttfuli of For. ,. .' .., ..._ ,
,. national convention delegations It detracts somewhat from one's feeling '
t! pmphed'' at thg polls* been taken very seriously yet. he could: make suitable disposition of -".j;
I from'a dozen respectively1 or more southern for favorite statesinstructed He ..rst's.Popu. arity Great.If While it is admitted that the field it in the national convention of pride in a handsome fur garmentto ... I:, .'
..ft ( material abundantfor The know that after the 'furrier chemist ; _
the
' happened is large anu Hon. Champ Clark has given .t
II 'anytbing-has sincethen .
.t t sons. giving force to Judge Parker'scontention out in his characteristic way that he and dyer have got through with the : '
In the sort of scramble that this ,to. .diminish Hearst's strength I' I "
"
still it is not is rabbit akin it be a ""sealskin a .
acknowledged willing to take the nomination if may ;
.
condition would producethe ultraconservative with the masses in New York city or I' _
-
forces could mote easily, state Or elsewhere It Is'not.; of record that the time is ripe for the nomination it comes down to its being forced up- "sable" an otter" a "Siberian squirrel << .-- "i: --- :
'I could William Randolph of a southerner by either on him. Then the prospects favor /* a "mink" a "marten" a "beaver"
'' control perhaps, than they Wherefore, suppose -
party. Careful students of American quite mix. In Missouri if 'or fashionable fur The
t&ould the candidates of: Mr. Hearst Jiearst'Is elected governor of a merry up any other
; and Mr. Bryan have been the con- the Empire state. next Nocember, politics are inclined to the belief that the' Parker suggestion is to cut any transformation takes place In the shops -------- -

4' folling factors in various state rain how,'then, will go presidential politicsfor in ment the of course politics of time the an/a'/ the develco- figure in democratic national politics. which sell felt to hatmaJwrs. carpet ,..,.".,. .. NM
!} paigns for delegates. In point of fact. the succeeding 'two years? There republicans arc Champ Clark is Running. J weavers and felt manufacturers and
more likely to choose a southerner as
', It is strongly suspected that Judge are. of course, numerous statemen of the Other southerners who are being Paris and London are the principal
their standard bearer than
VI Parker's real motive in urging the both parties on Capitol Hill who shut Democrats. It Is undeniable that av the talked about are John Sharpe Williams centers for this Industry In those GORDON & BROWN
nomination of a southerner is to com their eyes and refuse to "suppo.e"any
gemfne article of protectionism, 's of :Mississippi\ ; Senators Bacon cities millions of rabbit skins are dressed -
'" fiHcate the situation for both the Nebraskan such thing but they did this and Clay and Messrs. Hoke Smith and
Vil growing in the north. Therefore If and treated. and bogus furs are sent
and the New York er-ca lifor. for a considerable period after
Clark Howell of Georgia, Senator Ray-:
protectionism is ingrained 'n republicanism .1 out to robe men and women of all
: nian. Undoubtedly his main purpose Hearst entered the race for mayor of ner of Maryland Senator CarmackUorribIe
it would seem that the parts of the world. The skins are -
Is to appeal to what is generally regarded : Greater' New York and some even purchased
; by his type of politician as refused to open their eyes until thecompletE."d strength of that fiscal doctrine eventually i soon'after they have'been stripped HARDWARECOMPANY.
4F transferred '
v, the conservatism of the south against returns from Brooklyn will be from the from bunny's back and are stiff
{ the rising tide of radicalism that showed that Hearst had swept that north to the south, and with it will and hard when they are unpacked in
f1 seems to be swo lng swiftly toward ancient stronghold of "cnsen-atism" go of course, the republican cause. the sorting room. Experts examine
F ti with Mr Bryan the These facts recited because To be sure the negro will be thereto _
air. Hearst as are merely each skin and those which come up to
?, almost certain: compromise In the they emphasize the probable fact distract that generally political thought speaking, but the the the established standard are sent to

southern republican even of northern the furriers' but the' torn undersizedand
Mill Supplies Iron Pipe and Fittings
y ,
t i ir birth, is quite as Indifferent to what punctured pelts are turned over to

{ the sentimentalism of far New Eng the.men and women,who strip the hide Steam, Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,
land insists hysterical! Is the negro'b It is horrible to think of the of its hair for the, felt maker.-Ex

H h "rights" shows that the negro ques- change Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes,
tion is. after all, racial and not sectional PAIN and suffering which so
I THE "DODGING PERIOD"of in the larger sense,and that after I I Lady Jane Grey. Tarred 'Roofing, Building Hardware,

a while the black man will have many people endure, all becausetheydon't Lady Jane Grey was the most learned ,

to look out for himself without being know of fail to child of which history has dny rec Scissors, Razors,,. Pock Cutlery.
or
i 1 a voman's life. Is the name often given to the "cl nge of life." any sort of an "issue" in national politics end Before she was nine vears old )

Your at Intervals and scantier until He is scarcely, that now so try HAMLIXS WIZARD OIL.Suffering she wrote a beautiful band and WAil J .
,
menses come long grow they swift has been the change in national able to -,:
play on different Instru-
stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three thought and opinion and pain wears out ments. She could many speak several lan SPECIAL PRICES TOT HE TRADEMail

a t or four years, and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort Survey of Southern Field. guages both indent and modern be- '"
the brain and nervous system,
which can however be cured by taking However, since Judge Parker has sides, being well' grounded in philosophy Orders Promptly Shipped.
provided a fresh topic for presidentialslate and soon wrecks your physicaland When other children were playing .
Y makers to figure'on, a survey is she would amuse herself by read Telephone No. 767.
I Ia WINE being made of the southern field for mental powers.No ing writings of the philosopher Plato in

available democratic material. The the original Greek. Perhaps It was because ;A ."'
CARD UI two 'men' in congress most generally need to suft"er.1t yon :will ,she bad led a very lonely life .-
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tt? OF ators discussed from in Texas.this< relation Mr-Cnltferson,arq the sen-and only use this great modern cure and when father she ws were a often child,away'as her at mother court -

> Mr. Bailey. All that is against eitherof for pain, absolutely safe, sooth leaving her to the care of her govern-
tvIfe them, from this viewpoint, is geography r j.
Woman's R Relief They represent in their person. lug, curative and healing. I s I ess gloomy and family her schoolmasters place called Bradgate.at the
.I 1
the character
ality : capacity, and '
achievements of the new south. Their Used internally or externally The big square house was built on the IfslOtolyou do U'DO'are a.victim '

3 ; t It quickly relieves the pain nervousness,:Irritability, miserable- state typifies'm re. exactly than any edge of a greAt forest surrounded 'by malaria.:
{ other of the the it goes llke'Ugbtnlng to the seat acres of uninhabited land. There were I'oi Don't Do It. h*
dimness country
ness forgetfulness fainting hot, and cold flashes weakness part ability I o nanol"OaS. ,
'' of the sons of the old south to develop of trouble and by allaying the i I! very few books and not any newspapers admit it will core malaria, but It leaTOS
tired feeling etc. Cardul win brag you safely through this the latest wealth in natural resour* at the castle and Lady Jane Grey almost deadly after effects I

_.C! "dodging period' and build u pAt your strength for the rest of your life. ces and generally to keep step with inflammation, it drives out the bad no playmates as her governess
the march of postbellum progress; would not al'ow ber to play with the
all druggists In $1.00 bottles. Try It for Texas is to the old south just real cause of all painful sickness servants' children and there were no I. HERBINEto '

what Iowa Kansas and that tier of others suitable for her companions I
states is to old New England Pennsyl. and quickly makes you perfectly within ralles
WRITE US A UTTER "EVERYTHING: BUT DEATH to purely; vegetable and ateotately guaran..d
and Ohio.
t' vania
li' freely and frankly telling as all I suffered," writes Robson well. Price 50 cents and $1.00.Fully to cure malaria, sick headache biliousness,
jour Virginia Senator Culberson has had .
a more a cough ,
= In buying medicine for.children \

32, troubles. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton;hoduntil I took Cardul varied experience In public affairs guaranteed. never be afraid .to buy Chamber- aDd aU stomach,kidney and liver camplaint9 :
,t plain sealed envelope). Address: Lawhich cured me so quickly it surprised than has his distinguished colleague lain's Cough Remedy. There Is no L TRY IT TO-DAY.

dies'Advisory Dept.,The Chattanooga,Tent' my doctor'it.",,*ho didn't-- ;.know 1. was bavin's; been In turn, a. lawjer.of largepractice For sale and recommended byWHITE'S : danger from it and relief Is- always 50 Cents a. Bottle. All Drugfista. I j
Medicine: Co., Chatttnoogi taking .
.
: attorney general of his state I PHARMACY sure to follow. It Is especially valna

I twice, and governor twice He hat! Pensacola.,..Fla.' ble for colds croup and whooping
a hold upon the great body,of the rot- Phone 180, Night Phone 446. I cough. For sale by all druggists. ALL DE .\LERS.i .



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; THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH ',22. 1906
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Regular Meeting Hald] .and Only I Governor Greatly Interested is


A Check in Routine Business Was i Upon Every Movement to Increase Trade AGS'A

\ Bottleand
Transacted. I With Latin America.

wrapper of the genuine Dr.Bell's Pims-
Your Trousers Tar-Honey is printed the above design. It ---
The regular meeting of the Boardof I Is both trade-mark and guarantee war-
Public Safety was held last night.I rant that the medicine contained in the bottle Special to The Journal. 1 /
will cure' coughs, colds and all Inn is {
Chairman 21. \le \ V_ _
-John
Ingraham presided and I throat and chest troubles more quickly New Orleans. Mar F. jI' ;" h
is morp important than a ,check there were present Mayor BUss, and I I ana effectusUy than any other remedy. Stevens, chief engineer of the Panama
oa your trousers but our new )lessrslcGaughey.and Oliver. I canal has been named as one' of the Acts 'pe; stly
stork does not put a check on Only routine business was transacted Dr. Bell's important individuals to address the

any man's taste. Here's everything there being nothing of a special: J I Mississippi Valley Latin-American '
in the line of pant decora. nature before the meeting. The committee I Convention at New Orleans April 5,6, I Acts: Beneficially I ;

tion. on the purchase and sale of, PINE-TAR-I and 7, and is down for an address on
jf you value your personality horses reported that it had sold one i I| "Panama Canal Construction" Secretary -ct: : (tats truly as a lax :live..
you must be careful of your i of the horses whch! was' unfit for use' of War Taft also has'b en ask-

clothes-for they are ha'-f! "thepirture" in the fire department, for $63. It HONEY ed to address the ,convention, as also 'A-17T J .. I Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
I
in peoples eyes when was decided to ask the council to allow -' has been H. Clay Evans E. S. Benson -
they look at you. the board to retain this money to i I general auditor of the Panama: / ;; :; L3 : i well-informed and to the heatthy.because its
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be used in the purchase of other ii sold by all. druggists 2V:., Me. and canal commission. Jackson Smith, II component parts are simple and wholesome
Trousers. $1.50 to $7.50 horses.A $1X0 per bottl Manufactured by manger of branch labor and quarters ,- 'z:2'-Y: / .': -. : :: j and because it acts without disturbing the

Suits. .. ..$7.50 to $30.00 communication was read from! THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. at Christobal in the Canal Zone; natural functions as it is wholly free from

Special Officer William Ray request, TADTTCIH. XXBTTCKT. Stuyvesant Fish president of the 11linois / .. ..l.aISi, every objectionable quality or substance In
ing pay for four days lost on account J JIOIG Central Railroad and many J e
used
of
'as
I sr: f the process manufacturing figs are ,
,
of sickness. The communication other prominent men from various
was
!
laid on the table. f'sections of the Ohio. Missouri and ,4-.j7 \ they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal -

A communication from Officer Roach I, : Mississippi vallles. Governor N. B. 4 t / virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained: from

who 1\'u'recently 'granted ''a leave of I WFtT T1 T1DOG Broward. of Florida In accepting his %3i \z:. i an excellent combination of plants known tort

aibsence for ninety days, asked the Invitation said: "I am thoroughly interested J .. I be medicinally laxative and to act most beneau' -
board for half pay for this period as, in the project and feel as To get its beneficial effects-buy
the disease from which he is -suffering : you do., that there is no time like tie .: ..M1ficiafly
was contracted while on duty.' present to" make an effort to impress the genuine-manufactured by the'tFENll'A

The communication was laid on the PONY upon the nation the facilities which
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.Live table. : AND the south: possesses for handling the

and Stuffed Alligators ready Fireman J. )!. O'Donovan who was I commerce of the country."

for shipment badly injured about the face and Jaws Jot only is It our intent'on to geta

Orange wood canes.' with- alligator by the explosion of one .of the pat share ,of the business of furnishing! fib ifHVP
heads 75c. ent fire extinguishers in February, petitioned -' SHOW supplies for Panama canal construction -
. Sea Shells" and Shell Jewelry Shell the board to grant him pay. a that naturally should be ours*

; ;cd Wood Novelties. Leather- Goods a for the thirty days that he lost on account says Chairman Porch. "but it is our tr teo,6J.

Specialty. of the Injury. which was received : purpose to build up sentim pt in the / auieifte,
; MRS C. N. McCLURE. while he was fighting a fire, and west and middle west compris'ng the
,-:--- .1::; For sale by an leading DreuisU.in original packages only,tearing the fan
Opera House Building also to pay his dental bill The broad Mississippi valley and the southto
: 107 E. Government St. Pensacola Fla. latter amounted to $125.00 as most of Standing Room at a Premium develop trade and commerce I name of the Company.

the teeth of the fireman were either through the southern gateway for all; f &J&S&/W/SS/S/S//SSS/S///S///S/SSSSS//S/SSSSS
. blown out or will have to be drawn. Both Performances-Show is the Latin Americas. We want to be I .
: R. K. WHITE, The request 'was granted and the able to bring enough of the products, --- -- --- -- .

S Witchmtker. nvtacturinlewder and Graduate council will-be asked to make a special Unusually Good. and manufactures of ths! vat area, -

,, Opticiin,30 S. Palafox Strwt Pen acola. Fla. appropriation to cover the amount. through the southern gateway to make I' BANQUET
) V------ --- J. E. Dubulsson was given (be con necessary a properly equipped and 0 GI lIEN rHn

: TURTON i BELL. tract for furnishing feed for the de. Seibel Brothers' dog and pony' regularly operated line of steamers to AMUSEMENTSS' -
all Latin American
> partment during the coming month. 'I ports and thus afford .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. show gave two performances yesterday -
His bid was white clipped oats at i a cheap and expeditions access t
KoOk Supplies. Finishing for Amateur 43% cents per bushel and choice: timothy I, one in the afternoon and one at' to all those consuming centers which i
night. HH .. .
B BY DAMON "H "' $ N "fl ""
are now mainly supplied by Germanyand
., -- ---- ------------ hay at $16 per ton. The afternoon performance was advertised .

CutGlass'and DiamondsNew 'Mayor Bliss introduced a resolutionto I for 2:30 o'clock and long before England.? --t.vr > ( ?-'- 'V '" :*V" A'** -e -. "''' JM'>1f'>.".A "
the effect that the fenders used on Other distinguished individuals who I (
Stock--Only the Beat. two o'clock the crowd bagan to
street cars at present are inadequate have been heard from are: Gov Jno.!
assemble and before 2:30 the cgki rA ;
: entrance -
218 S. Palafox! St. !
W. A. Gahlenbeck, for the protection of life and ordering was closed on account of the H., Mickey, of Nebraska; Mayor jeff. t t
'4he Davis of Arkansas; Gov. Folk, of Missouri lODGE C a
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--- company, to put fenders In front unusually large atten.i'ance.': Hundreds _-t 4t
of the cars and underneath- them. of people clamored for admisSion ; Gov. Warren. of Michigan; i' tt Z4. ve\ Su4 4
TERSELY TOLD This was 'discussed at length the which had to be denied them on Mayor E. F. Dunne, of Chicago? Gov. t ** *- i f-

members being under the impressionthat account of the great crowd on the J. 0. Davidson of Wisconsin; Mayor

the matter. should be taken up'[ inside, many of whom could not find, Brand Whitloclc. of Toledo 0.; Hon.
I the G?o. W. Guthr: Mayorelect of Pitts- In Honor of Grand Chancellor
by city council. It .
J. F. Maths! of holly Fla., Is in the was .finally decided J seats. :
I burg H. C. Barlow of the Wa.
: Deep
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to withdraw the resolution and I
The night performance was also
city short business visit.
on a I consult with the city attorney regard.' crowded and every person at each ter Ways Commission of Chicago; Henry Horsier-Many Pythians S ;; $ e
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephens of ing the power of the board. performance enjoyed the show; and Col. J. J. Sullivan of the Cleveland ,

\ Detroit are among the visitors! who The uniform committee was instructed they were not slow in expressing I Ohio Chamber of Commerce; E. S. Ma e Addresses. --2t 5' - 't4 -.1
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\\ are now in the city on pleasure. to advertise for bids for the their sentiments.Nothing Shannon, secretary Nashvll. Tennessee -

t 1 T. W. Brown and wife, of Bagdad summer uniforms for the fire and too good' can be said Board of Trade;' J. H. Murray,

i re business visitors: to the city police departments. about the show. Never beforehas escretary Cincinnati Chamber of Com- A banquet and smoker by Damon
merce. Preparations are being madeto ,
! yesterday. such an assembley of dogs, monkeys
poifes presented such care ,for 2000 delegates. Lodge No. 13, Knights of Pythias
anct an ex-
I J. }I. Spivey, a prominent naval CLERKS HELD hibition.! It is certainly marvelous- was the event am ng Pythians of 4' % atU41
II I stores operator of Moultrie Ga., is in i 4 I
It is almost impossible to realize that The Original. Pensacola Tuesday night. The affair (
I the city for a few days.C. animals can be so well trained 'and Foley & Co, Chicago originated was in the Pythian hall and was In :

C. Brock, who has been absent BIG MEETING can display such wonderful intelli Honey and Tar as a throat and lung' honor of Henry Horsier, who was
and on account of th,
remedy great
from the city for several weeks has gence.A
returned to home. negro who-witnessed the exhibi- merit and popularity of Foley's. chosen by the grand lodge recentlyto
tion was heard to remark that "Dem Honey and Tar many imitations are i fill the position of grand chancellor !-
Judge H. C. Gordon of Tampa. Is LAST NIGHT WHEN MANY MAT. offered for the genuine. These worthless -
dogs had mot sense!'; den lots 'o people the highest office in the state of
in the city for a few days. He is registered TERS OF INTEREST WERE ." end that piece of wisdom will Imitations have similar sounding!: that order
at the Escanu'o'a.I readily meet with the approbation of names. Beware of them. The genuine -
There were a large number present -
Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow
I 1.. S. Brown returned yesterdayfrom DISCUSSED. many people.It package. Ak for it and refus not only members, of the loose, ___
is almost impossible to enumerate -
Atlanta and other points in Georgia .
substitute. It is th beet
the many features and the any remedy but also sister lodges. and visiting:
where he had been for several A largely attended and enthusiastic: for coughs and colds. W A. D'Alem-
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"stunts" performed by the Intelligent ;
days on tms'ness. meeting of the Retail Clerks Unj.nvaa many animals there berte, druggist and apothecary.EVANGELIST brethren. .jt
The hekl last -night in Union hall as were so A number of excellent addresses C ; J'
books for precinct
registration
many of them and they ware all so ,
_
Xo 13 will be open Thursday and when many matters of importance clever and so captivating. WILL were listened to with much atten 4C

... Friday of each week at the office ol especially to organized' labor were There will be another performance: tion. Among the speakers was Judge; -

ti; justice of the peace. discussed. this afternoon and to-night and every Gordon of Tampa, who is-in the citrOn -

: The .'pay roll spectre" bothers only The meeting was a special one and child in the city sholl not fail to PREACH AT BAGDAD: a visit. Grand Chancellor Kerry _--
among the matters under discussionwas will also be another M. Coston ant!
the see It. There Horsier Hon. Cbas.
, merchant who has advertising
no the membership or in
increasing
street parade to-day. several other Pythians also delivered _
bU'.
to for the the ad- I
pay: bigger getting all clerks In the city to be- Special to The Journal. I appropriate 8ddrt>S E>S. ,, y k .
, tie tert'slng bilte-if wisely contracted- come members cf the organization, TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY By request of the people at Bagdad The report of .the representativesto t:: t t9' -- --'- -- '-
> easier it is to men all bills. which is now oa* a sound footing and Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Evatfgelist ,Rev. 1I'lnrich Kegel who!, the grand lodge were heard, after

Ohaa. M. Reilly advance agent of conducted In a business-like manu r.: Tablets. Druggist- refund money If It I just closed a most successful meeting I I which those present enjoyed the banquet : The Prettiest Girl on the Stage, Vera Knapp, in "The Old Homestead."
; fie "Old Homestead." is here The clerks have received and distributed -. fails E. W. I at Milton, will occupy the Pavillion at smoker.. ,
arranging to cure. GROVE'S signature and I ,
"Old Homestead. fore stated but her future from
"I reliable
: for the of that hantdteome store cards among box. 25c. Bagdad Friday night, Saturday nght,
appearance com-! is on each
I Mr. Reilly, the agent for IVnraaa: judges I ia assured. Beside her]
of the city These car-H
>
stores
pain at Pensacola next Wednesday the 1 Sunday morning and Sunday night Ai "
I' Thompson's "The Ola' Homestead, talent as an actress !she has a beautiful
in the
; tyht! are placed conspicuously LADIES' MISSES', CHILDREN'SAND I special programme has been arrang- WAR SHIPS GO
stores and shows, that none but union 1 is an enthusiast of the first water. soprano voice of the pure et
BABIES LATEST STYLES And hisenthusiasm leads, him to the quality and its volume !
The fire department had a call yesterday clerks! are employed in places where I I ed.A : consideringher
concert by Daisy Davis I
>S> afternoon shortly after 1 AND PATTERNS. 1 piano TO ST. JOSEPHS declaration that "The Old Homptead" *- year is pronounced remarkable
displayed.
they are for'l\Ir.1egcl will
;
i SHOE pianoist precede
PENSACOLA PARLORS.
has the prettiest Already Rhe has had offers from
o'clock company
; to a small house Florida members of labor '
on The union requests I se'rvic. The music! will,
Kanca: Corner Intendencia and BaYlen.1 each vocal I girl on the stage to-day on its roster. the big producer of light opera bull
) street between Rom ana and I unions when making purchases
wtendencia streets. The damage to to ask the clerk to exhibit I as usual. be: under_ the personal:supervision -. Mr.. R my's enthusiasm leads him she feels, and wisely too, that a few
at stores,
the which if be is In I I of R:. E. Davis..business manager Four ships of the coast squadron, in the direction of Miss Vera Knapp ears of experience In subordinate
building was only slightA his union ward good I
standing will show a tamp for the CANDIDATES MUST of the, evangelist's_' party which has been here for, several *ho this season takes her first dip roles will be of great benefit to her.

) sermon in Itself. Blue R'bbon current ,month. I weeks, have gone to Joseph's\ bay, inthe threatrical ocean. Her beauty is widely remarked: andis
lmou have where they will remain for some, But seventeen years of age MUs' of the Spanish type. \\1Ihal's l A
a strong
and Vanilla absolutely The clerks now
pure PAY IN ADVANCENO in target practice.The .I Knapp came direct from Nqtre Dame natural ingenuousness that hi en-
<*<"*I twice as far and gives desserts union and at each meeting' new applications -! Well Deserved I dan engaging
> th. famous "Blue Ribbon Flavor." are being received. vessels which left were ,two monitors -: South Bend, to th? .stage. Her I sheared her to all her associates.
> I II and two torpedo boats. i ii father who plays the "Canrey boy I Her voice la heard to advantage in
!'-- - -- ---- -- ------ I i Other vessels of the squadron will In 'The Old"Homestead" is with her I the Psalm service In the Grace
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS THE PRAISE THAT COMES FROM i to St. Joseph's' as soon as these and he has had a multiplication of church: scene of "The Old Homestead -

THE SYSTEM OR ADVERTISEMENTS OF,ANY THANKFUL PENSACOLA I four go have completed their record: trouble In warding off prospective I ," in which the grand choir -of
I AiBtO o WEAKENS :practice. Owing to the fact that th;: suitors for' her hand. But Mis-. twenty mixed voices, is accompaniedby
KIND WILL ACCEPTED PEOPLE. I r= sel3 are tinal ones they could: Knapp's mind at present i is on her the bighurch organ carried by
DISEASEEvery
AND INVITES I not engage in practice in the open: theatrical ladder of fame which she the company especially for this
WITHOUT THE CASH. One kidney remedy never falls. I gulf with any satisfactory results and' is climbing steadily I scene. $

\ part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and Pensacola people rely upon it. ,I consequently were sent to St. Hjer experience behind the footlIghts "The Old Homestead" will be pre-

Krength: and when from any cause this vital stream of life becomes impov. : I That remedy is Doan's KiJney Pills. I Joseph's .as was the case last year. l has not been extensive- as be-I'I Isented here next Wednesday

wished or run-down it invites disease to-enter. No one can be well when the : The campaign will open shortly and Pensacola testimony proves it _always ITh seas are too high in the gulf for ,
Wood is impure; they lack the energy that is natural with health the com: candidates will no doubt begin to ap-I'I'I reliable. i i i the"small craft, but it Is I possible that her
do
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Fuion I becomes the vital at a low ebb and they I pear. In advance therefore of their I I Z., A. iiiomas, circulation manager!I I the.battleship Texas may
pale and sallow energies are
-. sWer t from a general broken-down condition of health. The system is weak.IIla I I appearance: The Journal takes advan-! of the Pensacola' Daily Journal and II i I target work in the open gulf. TNEWMETHOD LAUNDRY

!and that constantly assail. tage of the occasion to give notice: !I living at 13 East Lloyd street cor-
unable to resist the diseases and disorders are
that all political announcements ner of 10th avenue says: "I had a
nourishment:rt. The Liver and Kidneys, failing to receive the and proper the stimulation waste matters and political advertisements of any .II'I dull achln; in the email of my back $100.00 REWARD f. We LAWRENCE. .r'!'!p 'V.. 5 W.e' Remiss 'f p..... :J I ..
from the blood grow inactive and dull must be paid strictly in advance. at times which: annoyed m greatly
and< bodily impurities that should pass off through these channels of nature I following rates apply to announcements I and when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills $100.00 reward will be paid for the -- '\ _, 4"
are t left t.ln the Rheumatism Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers I : they might and delivery to the sheriff of
system to pioduce for office, cards not to exceed- advertised I thought cure arrest
Skin Diseases or some other blood disorder. When thebloodis in thisweakene eight lines: it. so I procured a box at Sidney I I Walton county. one Chnlle Renols

d and diseased condition it should be treated with a remedy that is not The Daily Journal............$10.001 I I Kahn's drug store, corner of Romanalnad I a negro. Description: Height :5>> feet

only thorough, but gentle in its action. S. S. S., purely vegetable remedy ,. The Weekly Journal... ... ... 5.00 i! Palafox streets. The result was I!110 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or Hardware Paints Oils
with medium
made of roots hubs and barks is just what is needed. It not only cleanses I" The pay-ln-advance rule will be ab- all that could be wished. One box I 170 jioundi; bright mulatto ,
. the bl when last
and '
genUy builds up the entire stembyitsfine I' run unless they are accompanied by:: been the slightest alga of a recurrence;i iI I Hp to the right of nose faded. Jumper Varnishes, Brashes. Locks Nails-in fact we are prepared -

tonic effect. S. S. S. reinvigorates every member -- the money. A candidate; who cannot I I Should I have another attack in the I' seen he wore 'A blue new pair of No. to furnish everything needed to build the entire. housj
S of the body, gives tone and vigor to the blood. pay for his announcement In advance:, future I shall surely resort to Doan'a I overalls, a gray cap a > Reward to from foundation to roof.Contractor .
S S it to the different parts carries ro- is not likely to pay for it at alL That 1 I I Kidney Pills, as I know they can bel S fine sharp toed sho{s. & Co.
and as goes Richbourg; .
bust health and strength. S. S. S. acts more I at least has been The Journal's experience I depended upon" to do all that is claimed be Crestview paid by Fla.J. A. I Should Get Prices. J
in the 1 foV them. ,
PURELY V EG ETA B L E. promptly and gives better results than Catarrh/Sores anyotherT I Candidates are past.therefore given no For sale. by all dealers. Price 50 (

medicine. It cures Rheumatism. ticenot to apply for credit! for it cent.. ,Fo>>er-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, MEN'S BOYS' AND LITTLEGENTS' Sounders Mill Company! 1
4 Ulcers.: Skin Diseases and all other blood disoiders, and cures them per- I makes no difference how much a candidate New York sole agents for the United FITTED WITH LATEST

antnliy. Our Medical Department will be glad to give advice withoutLrgetjrj1 le worth or' what his standing States. I.., STYLES AND PATTERNS AT Phone 717. 21 East Carden Street.

Suffering with blood or ktn diseases. Address Is, all will.be treated alike and credit I I Remember the nameDoan'sanJI,1. i I PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, ,

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e Jen utola Jonfttal.tl *# 'NEWS AND VIEWS' ** Colonel was 'Sparkinan uiir"* the'was impression not doingr that nil THREE MEN ARE GINGLES G E S'S" TRIAL ,

: ;1'1: FROM- STATE PAPERS. ,. ia his power. to assist In getting' an .
appropriation for that purpose, the
?* ;> H "", .. Tribune was instrumental In getting CORNU C 0 0

another gentleman to oppose him in
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Svengali Outdone. the last campaign. It. went so far HOLDING ONE SET FOR'NEXT
iSvengali hypnotized. the tuneless
as to take.mopcy out of its own ex-
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Trilby and.-made her sing like an angeL chequer. and encouraged the enmityof
1 That was 'DuMaurier's romance some,of its most loyal friends ana
tiI ...BY... but fact. was ever 'stranger that fiction generous sn-pporters, yet it had the

and the detection of the murderers pleasure of making a fight for Tampa JOB MONDAY I HEN I
; i THE JOURNAL COMPANY. :' of the Christmas family In Jackson -and it was a real warm one.

,county. this state, a few days ago The result of the Tribune's opposi-- ,
: puts' the Trilby incident: in the shade. tion to Colonel Sparkman had the desired I

m FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. The detective who says he has un- effect. Tampa to-day is rapidly .

bloody eartheiol l mystery the criminals, had been and solved concealednear the getting pleased.deep water, and the TribuneIs At Least There Are Three Endeav Foreman J. A. Daw Will Also Be

4 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the scene of the crime for several Had Colonel Sparkman not been
weeks, hiding In'the woods l iu successful in securing a, ad uateap- oring 'to, Instruct the Tried on Same Day, as He FOOD I

i the guise of an escaped murderer propriation for this purpose, and Mr.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. from Georgia! and hiring, a negro to Tramaiell had been a candidate for Street Force. Has Been Suspended.The .
bring him his ,meals.. He suspect Congress this paper states .unhesitatIngly -
; :; One Year .................J5 00 One Month..... .. ....,... 45 the negro knew something of the that Mr. Trammell would hue ,
;_ .i Six Mouths. .. ............. 2 50 One Week......;.......... 1*> crime and with the aid of a teen encouraged by the Tribune to makesCHICKENS '
g.vJ Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekv! Edition per year.l Of -ventriloquist, talked to th oonceal'J make the race. Three men are endeavoring to hold trial ,of Chas: H. Gingles, the r'

I -- -- through a mule. The negro's super As It Is. Mr. Sparkman ha. ,done the pos tlon of street super.ntendent recently reinstated street superintendent -

stition was aroused and he told the' e Cedingly'well.. The people of'Tarn: At least that was the situatoa yes is to .occur next :Monday when
LAY
4 The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which Detailed !
a H. Giag-
morning when Chas.
: terday
details of the murder to the mul3. pa are highly pleased and 't wouM, he will b5 arraigned! before the Boa"tf
: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. The arrest of Will Christmas and be the part of.a'traitor for any Tampa lea, reinstated: and suspended; J. K.
Public Works three .
; Walter Holland followed\!!!!. The murder paper or Tampa citizen to oppose Long removed from oaice, and Jeff of upon charges.J. It keeps them fat
of the Christmas family was one him In the face of the great work fce S>?ott3wood( appo'ntei: temporarily A. Daw street foreman will also and.

? Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon'Trains of the most atrocious crImes ever has accomplished.Mr. were engaged in giving orders to the bs!! tried at the same time the charge in a healthy condition.

Ai I I coramited in this. country: and until Trammell Is a young; mac-n3 men of the department and claiming against him being-'wilful disobedienceof Cheaper than all other
: Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PENSACOLA recent developments! has been a complete can well;! afford to wait ': to ho'd the office of city superinten' '
.n mystery. The affair created so When the people of South Florida j I dent. Us the ci'y pays only: one street orders prepared hen food and ,I
much Indignation that nearly $2,500is decide to send! Colonel Sparkman to! superintendent it Is evdent that two If anything the situation regart'L' decidedly better.
& FLORIDA, TRURSDAY MORNING, :MARCH! 22 1906 1 the Senate then the cf this labor for be-
; on deposit in the Dothan banksas United States them are performing the job of street superintendent I

4LI --- reward for the arrest of.the murderers. Tribuna may support Mr. Trammell nothing. came ,more muddled yesterday that it For Sfjle} by the following !
.-Live Oak Democrat. for Congress. In the meantime b-1 As each day passes the street super- dealers I
Good Ideas of flies to yellow: fever, Mobile need: was the, night previous. In additionto
fear can continue to represent Polk county Intendency muddle continues to get
not an of yellow fever.
: appearance
Should Have Publicity, Later in the season when fever was Chance for New Industry. in the state senate just as long as more compl, cated. It was.added to having three men giving orders East Hill Grocery Co..

discovered In New .Orleans, this fly The New Orleans Board of Health Mr. Sparkman} is in Congress. yesterday by the suspension of Foreman .as. street superintendent, Chairman J. B. Roberts & .-Ca

''HItch a flock of dollars to your Idea- theory was presented to the consideration -offers five: _. dollars for the first mosquito I J. A. Daw, and about the same Zallus suspended Foreman J. A. Daw Haneen & Co.

c- kite-and it will fly! of Dr. Goldthwaits, who jocular or tn variety which conveys j! time seventeen men who were working and Acting 'Street 'Superintendent E. B. Hoffman & Son. !

Sometimes a great business Idea or ly remarked that if there was anything i yellow fever found.in that city three, : under Captain Daw were told to cease Warfieli: Grocery Co. '
pan! is born in obscurity-in poverty. of value in the theory. Mobile I dollars for the the ,second one, one 11 Mill ON U work, as their' services were no long Spottswood laid off seventeen D. J. Cunningham.John .
would escape the fever. No fever avpeared dollar for the third and five cents for er needed. {men who, were working under Mr Peters. ;
Ideas are, often, given to those who ,.
each one thereafter. This ,
that year in Mobile. Whether wijl proo- 'J. E. Long the deposed superintendent -'I Daw. Mrs. Seegert I
utterly lack means of making: them there Is anything of value or not in ably result in a mosquito raising industry but who contends that he' The special meeting of the Board H Crary. I ,

useful and valuable to the public and the theory Is something to be found in that S city.-llristol* S Bee. Special to The Journal. was illegally removed; reported as of Works which was held at 530 John Raucher. !

_i to their progenitors. out. The mosquito theory is not so Milton, Mar.: 21-The many friends' usual yesterday morn'ng, and gave Instructions i Klein Grocery Co. ,
44 Many an "acorn," bearing within it hoary with, age that it can laugh at Why, Price !Is High of Mrs. Sallie Jenkins will regret to to Acting Superintendent o'clock was devoid of interest. There ) ''
all others, and there are competent Bear in mind that it you should learn ,that she expired here Sundayat f Spottswood; whom he otfly recognized were present Chairman Zelius ,Mayor -' YYARRINGTON.Geo \
the oak of t
embryo and
prosperity success plant a few sweet '
members of the medical professionwho potatoes now- 6:30 o'clock p. m., at the home as assistant superintendentMr. 1 Bliss who acted as chairman and )Ir. Bauer.
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4; is allowed to die because the they would probably mature .in timeto the of his I ,
believe that the mosquito is not of her niece Mrs. W. R. Williams.I Long still retains keys Turner. W. A. 'Blount,. Jr., was present : Frank Langley.
I; owner Is not given access to the "dol the only medium through which 'fibs bring you a dollar a bushel in Mrs. Jenkins, ,although she had office and spent yesterday as he usually ,:
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: lar soil" in which it should 'be planted. disease is propagated. The fly theory next August But there are some passes;: the 82nd mile post,' enjoyed, does, looking after the work that Is I a$ the representative of Mr. Gin- I II
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is told here as it i& believed in New people who'ouldn't dig sweet pota- fairly good health and was quite active be'ng: done.Superintendent. I I!I.gles. '
The pity of this is that In every Orleans and given to the scientist toes In August for a dollar a bushel' and Industrious. Saturday morn Ging'es! who is under The, first matter to come up was :

f- community there is a man with money fOr. what It is worth; for their con- The large numbers of that sort of ing while performing. her accustomed suspension, pending his trial, was the reading of' the charges preferred LewisBear&Oo I

standing ready to match it with any sideration or for their flippant dismissal I people'may have something to do. duties sha; was stricken'with apoplexy -' also, at the city hall yesterday morn against Mr. Gingles by Chairman-

:! good plan. or Idea. which Is properly as unworthy of discussion. price.with the scarcity that makes the, and never spoke or regained ing, and was recognized: by 'some of: lius.. These were ordered filed. Mr.
Watch the flies. -Tampa Times. I II I Turner refused to vote :Mr. Zeltisbeing I Sole
; consciousness afterwards. Her remains -the workmen as superintendent. f fActing : Agents,
if- presented to him. S I II \
I were interred in the Coon Superintendent Spottswood the only one present voting, :
?av The trouble has always been to effect The Tampa Tribune modestly flings I Deep Water at Apalachicola.: I Hill cemetery Monday afternoon. The was also there and gave orders to all and as hit vote was in the affirmative Pensacola Florida. i\1\

'a proper introduction of the idea the castor of Our Bob" Into the gubernatorial -' (Deep water at Apalachicola means funeral services were conducted by of the men as to what portion of the, the chair ruled that 'the motion I-:: -=cc :'= : .

;I ( to the dollar-and: to get them into : ,arena in the following living cheap on freight the rivers rates above for every Apalachico citizen Rev. W. T. Ellison. A good womanis city they should work in. The drivers -|' to file had been carried.i 1 ., S
gone! She was everybody's friend and laborers who had threatened'to I i ne i rio next; monad/
harness
together! paragraph: la. therefore the project of deepening and everybcuy; was her friend. She refuse to go out yesterday mornIng -'I The clerk then read a resolution A GOOD CARRIAGE.When
it4;; The Want Ads. will do this for "Lest you forget" it would be wellt West Pass and the'channel to the was a sister of Rev. Robert Smilie, recogu'zed Mr. Spottswood as offeree! by; ,Mr. Zel\us citing Mr. Gin .

: either party-the man with the dollar ) remember that the Hon. Robert docks in 'Apalachicola Is of great In. and was well known in Escambia superintendent and took out their gles to appear' before the board :next: you want a good carriage(

: or the man with the plan-and W. Davis is a citizen cf Tampa and terest to an extensive population. The county where .she resided for several carts.; Foreman J. A. Daw was about Monday afternoon 5 .o'clock to anSwer prompt service and safe and carets:
is when the time comes he would make Times trusts that the party of distinguished years. the only one who did not recognizeMr. to the'charges filed against hiu. treatment, remember the original
3 there hardly a more important function an excellent candidate, for gubernatorial visitors who were the guests The young vegetables which were Spottswood as acting superintendent -This resolution was also carried, Mr, HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.

than such Introductions among honors. of Apalachicola on last Monday. learned up yesterday, are down to-day as a I I Turner refusing to vote. It was the PHONE 135.

a: the many pertaining to these little There is no' reason why Mr. Davis enough while here to convince result of the freeze. About 10 o'clock in the forenoon general impression that: the trial of It was founded ?In 1892 and It has a
wonder-workers of publicity. should them that the West Pass project ia Seibel, Bros. Show, was greatly'- Mr.' Gingles wag to have occurred at
not
;. I become a candidate if he Cha'rman Zelius of the Board or Public reputation for polite and 'careful dr.:*-
not merely a local project! that if carried joyed by the crowds who saw it. here. this meeting but 'for, some reason it
:so desires but it looks a little strange.to Works, heard of this fact and immedIately ers and the best Informed cabmen in
out to a successful end, It cannot The tiny Shetland was set for next which i is
Monday .
ponies
Editor: Harris of The Ocala Banner were proceeded to where :Mr. the city. Following are'the memb,fa
boom ,
the least that his shouldbe
say fail to benefit the date
for
thousands of the regular
many citizens special features of Interest, and, It me-eticg.
Daw was superintending some work and their hack numbers.A.
has the following to say relative launched with quotation who today forced the The action of the ;
a generally are to pay entirely was fond' wish of many a childish : and suspended him pending an 'inves chairman in: M. Poloman, No. 1; A. J. Legrett,
t-;) the challenge to a joint debate recently connected with affairs. too much of their income to heart to placing Assistant Superintended
mortuary possess one or a pair of .
.*- tigation by the board. Mr. Zelius has No. 5; J. Stall worth, No.7; J. E. Mona
; made by K. Hudson Burr: greedy lines of transportation. Con the "cute little' things." recommended that hebe Jism'ssed Spottswood in charge of all city No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr. No. 11

i 4. ; What the editor of this paper said i Town Topics' appears to have the gress can make no mistake by sup Mrs. S. W. Balentine entertainedthe upon' the charge of wilful discsbedi- work, was sustained H. Taylor No. 12; O. Abde'cothe.! No 1

in reply to Mr. Burr's challenge to I New ,York state political situation porting to their utmost this deep water Married ladies Social Club Friday -: ence of ,orders. Shortly afterwards'Superintendent Daw Suspended. 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H.: Heat

meet him in joint debate is emphasized S1Z"d.!" up about right. In. the last issue undertaking., Generally speaking, at her country home, five miles Spottswood app, ared Chairman Zelius reported that he old, No. 21J S. Bibbs. NO,261.; p.,- I
congressmen like 'other from the city. -in a most had suspended Foreman J. A. Daw
are ; unique and
by Governor Broward's speech I men. and 30 A.
It upon the scene and told the seventeen terson, No. ; JJraswell, No. ii, If
for
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says The Times believes that it is enjoyable manner. Fourteen wilful disobedience in that he
f in Jacksonville. Both of the daily their desire members men who at work that their .re All the above are nice closed car
services
were 1I
%4 4 papers there reported what the governor -I If the'nominations for Governor of to ,benefit the country if possible.It went out, and were allowed! the 1 needed fused to obey the craters of Acting I f riages.
'longer
were no by
Ci: is sab' to hav said and the i New York were made next week they frequently happens however that privilege and pleasure of fishing In jthe Gupenntendjnt Sipottswood.; 'A resolution -I Signed J. STALLWOIITH. Prei 1I
v.ould be W. R. Heirst Democrat, "Lake Whitley" which is was passed, citing Mr. D.1to
stocked
reporters of both the papers agreed many deserving'points of the countrv city.Speaking the By a H. TAYLOR Sec. and Tres.
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of of ,
if in their reports of his speech. The and Charles E. Hughes, Republican.If are neglected. Unfortunately Apalachicola with the finny tribe for private use, suspension Captain appear before the board next Monday
Daw. Mayor Bliss stated last ,
-:4; governor now denies the publishe Col. Mann's paper had gone a and West Pass have been on !Strange to say, they were quite*successful afternoon for trial j
that had It been for him the
night
.' report of these and seeks this "unfortunate list" and the theory that silence' not This ended the street supertlnle
newspapers step farther ana] added that Hearst -not from any
cold type for a. vindication of his ut I would desire of the congressmen but rather must r lgn1.1* In/'order/: to catch ,fishl: is board would have dismissed :Paw,sometime cy muddle. for this meeting. Legal advertisements!
be the winner it would have but that he prevailed
terances. This is what he should from a want of knowledge perhaps of "busted. Tb ,,'onder Is. that fish,, ago upon Other Business.
advanced itself to the front rank of moccasins the board' to keep him en account of'the A number of BIDS FOR UNIFORMS.
: *& have done at first. When a man puts the true situation. In a measure this frogs, "cooters" and every. residents of North
political living thing work that he did during the j el- and West Hill petitioned the Sealed bids will be received ba: P
:t 7' his thoughts In print there can be prophets notwithstanding lack of knowledge was were not frightened to board to
overcome re low fever epidemic. The mayor also extend Board of Safety at the Cl rk'g offici-!
L4 no misunderstandings and no deji2 -all that has been said about it. cently. At any rate we shall believe death. A sumptuous dinner includIng thee hard j-oad: on Gonzalez ?
: ; nials. ':Mr. Burr can make any statement this to betrue until the fried fish was served picnic added that since Mr.' Daw had taken street, so, that ,in case of fire the I until 3 o'clock Wednesday afterm,;:A
convinced
i 4 he chooses on trie stump and t! o1f-H H H contrary.-Apalachicola Times. tQ' the style on the lake shore. One "poore"man ; the Gingles sde! of the fight he could trucks could reacih resaotences in that :April 4th. for summer uniforms of rs*

vhen he Is confronted with the same joined the merry: party at the expect no more favors from him. I II section. :Tne board decided to continue i Police and Fire Departments of a*

t in print, can easily claim that he was PRESS POINTERS Niagara Falls| Ruined. dinner hour. It is supposed' that he I the clay strett on Barcelona City of Pensacola, samples of cloth r 4.4 misquoted. The newspaper Is JhtfiE'ld > i AND CURRENT COMMENT et "Niagara Falls Already survived the ordeal as no serious re from Strong to Gonzalez and thence be submitted wIth; bids. The ngiii! U
i1 + for the settlement, and rightful the eminent are already ruined, sults were reported. on Gonzalez to Palafox.: street which reject any and all bids is re*,.ned

: settlement, of all controverted sub Hi! "H Alton says D. Adams in hydraulic Technical engineer World S. B. Milligan. of Andalusia, was a I BLUFF 1PR'J! I'I'I will furnish the desired relief.P. CHAS. H. BLJSS Mar I
l- Milton .
: : jects. Magazine for April. "Already enough visitor this week. Long made 'application remove -
: : Mrs. has been the house at No. A West BIDS WANTED.
: The proposition of Baltor Harris Is The Real Contest. water rights have 'been granted by Target called back Chase!
to her old home in Iowa street four blocks further west 'Bids will be rece ved by the Beard
on account on
-'z#_ undoubtedly fair to both parties aid The real democratic contest is to New York State and Canada to divertall
the water of the illness _of her. mother. Special l to The Journal. I that street.: The matter'' was refer d of Public Works until 12 M March Km I
t3t it has the added advantage of allowIng be Mr.between Hearst Mr.is Bryan and Mr. Hearst, both the American which and now the; falling Canadian over Messrs Sweet and Fenn, represent. I Bluff Springs, Mar. 21.-This morning to Mr. Turner who ,is to investigate 1906 for the sweeping of the pave!
each party to the controversy an making hay, while Mr. ing The Journal here cad if the street is wide the H
falls makes the great cataract were today was about the coldest of the win: : enough to portion of Palafox street from
is one
Bryan making
opportunity to study the remarks oft pondent. It is barely money,possible as a corres that of the natural wonders of the world.If ter. Ice half inch thick formed and al'ow the house to be moved without day of April until the 1st day of October -

.j his opponent ''before replying thus Mr. Bryan does not hep his political the capitalists and promoters who The Human Body'. Tireless Organ", figs, mulberries and all other fruit injury to the trees be will grant the 1906. Bond will be required o,

obviating the possibility of going off fortunes while away from home. Mr. now hold franchises were all to establish -* Man has within him a statlouary'engine that was formed sufficiently to freeze request. the successful bidder. The Board of
Hearst is planta, the entire flow of called his heart, which, with Its is ,killed. I fear the peach crop Is, The Gas Companr was instructed Public Works reserves the right> <>
half cocked as it were. The columns steadfastly buildiirg his political to cut out the gas light at the '
machine. -Birmingham Ledger. Niagara river would be diverted! into veins and arteries constitutes a 'perfect badly damaged as th's has been the cornerof reject any and all bids. 20mart
of The Banner have been opened to '* underground channels: and the system of hydraulics, compared fullest bloom I have seen for years. It Intenden and Dcivuna streets
Mr.! Burr andjt would seem to be cliffs has on April 1st as an electric light had SEWERAGE SYSTEMS.
mighty continued, to
i : up Trying to Queer Hearst. over'which the torrent I with which man's best work I* clumsy turn cold with a been placed
t ti now in resistless steady since there, SEALED PROPOSALS for the COT:
e to that gentleman to start the La'.l l pours granduer intricate and wasteful. The lungs north wind the storm
are
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Alton B Parker Is
rolling. merely trying to would be left"rugg. d and bald anj Monday morning. I struction of a system!! of storm '<'
queer William Randolph Hearst. But a working bellows, the most perfect fT'
I dry. Mrs. Porter whose house was blown drains and sanitary sewers for the
f he will not be able to play it agin. Mr. Adams sees small hoe In the method of sanitary ventilation. The over by the storm has succeeded in II of Pensacola, Florida, will b? : People or the south don't like the tjia stomach ia a working vat of marvelous WESTVILIESpecial j by TRIS-
I proposed treaty ;between ] United securing another house close by. Our THE BOARD OF BOND
Relation Between Flies
double-cross.. -Atlanta News. States and Great Britian. He does perfection. The brain is a wondrous fences are about repaired but garden TEES, at the City Hall, up (O> i!

and Yellow Fever. not believe that' Canada will be a will- condenser, and the skin is a great truck: looks as though we m'ght: haveto o'clock noon of the Nineteenth <*& or
No One Can See it. I ing party to any treaty which .wil! working evaporator,with reserve automatic plant it over and start anew. The April A. D. 1906. Proposal to I' *'*

The Mobile Item discourses at considerable Judge Parker can see no reason cut off the great Income in enjoys appliances ready for extra work ground was frozen hard this morn-I to The Journal dressed to L. Hilton Green, Chairman

!:h7 length upon the relation between why a southerner should not be nominated -I' from leasing Niagara power. His in moments of need. All these are inaction Weatville, Mar, 21-The Chautauqua Board of Bond Trustees, and endowed

4t. flies ann' yellow fever and for president forty years after plan is to excavate and' deepen' the I at all times. day and night, tireless ing.The good prices now bein'g receivedfor was well attepded last Satur "Proposals for constructing Sewer

the war. Neither can we. Memphis' channel leading to the American fall,; unceasing, self winding and repairing timber and lumber have got all day.Mr. Systems," and must be accompaniea
cites several instances tending to Commercial-Appeal.. which will otherwise run dry long before I for seventy years or more. ,the mills 'n this end of the county George Brorton and family with a certified check for (he sum <*
trove that when flies are plentiful S the Canadian or' Horseshoe Falls running on full time. Dunn Bros. at moved to Aycock last :Monday. five thousand ((55,00000)), drawn upoa; !

an epidemic of fever Is out of the Must ,Pay the Increase. will be at all affected. Dramatic Death ,the Pritchett old site are now putting Mrs. Dukes and son. Jamie, are visiting a National Bank and made payab:
question. The fly theory is a new The coal operators say they are What Is a dramatic death? Of course In a saw mill !'n connection with their relatives here th's week. Board of Bond Trustees

L one and. while it will undoubtedly inspire firm, and the miners announce that aH the most dramatic death ever recorded grst mill and gin which will furnish Mr. J. F.Flournoy has gone to Jack- The work to be done conkt of approximately of

ti ridicule In : The they are immovable. The public's attitude was that of Placut who dropped dead still more work.Grandm'a son, Tenn., on, business ., i forty-three {H31, cues
some quarters is largely} one of unfeigned disgust NEW CAND'IDATEFoOR while paying bill. Then there was Long, 84 years old! Is Mr. J. D, Crews, U, S. Deputy Mar': brick, cast iron, 'terra-<:otta ana concrete

Item gives, it for what It is worth as iSpringfteld (O.) Democrat. .% CONGRESS. the death of Fabius a who was choked! quite s'ck and not expected to sur shal, captured .a, negro on the eastbound sowers and drains! with'. tn"'j";.f
follows: SCan vive. Grandma Crary, who was local Tuesday th'nking he was several appurtenances from & to
f, Is there any relation between flies Now See the Need. c Tampa Tribune.Judge by a hair in some milk; that of Louis stricken with paralysis In the fall, Is the assaisinof Officer Burnhaan, but' .0" in diameter. Plans may t* **en'
10 117a VI., who met his doom because a'pig still bed-r was disappointed to find and blank !tonns of
and yellow fever? There are people The house harbors committee dden."ot I himself specifications and
after << *. ran under his horse and caused him either of l L flit-
wrong. be
proposals obta'ned
pt? In New Orleanswho
,: are firm in their theIr,1sft' to the gulf ports shouldbe
conviction on this point. They believe In a position to recommend to stumble; that of Saufeiua who was Mr. J, 'J. Kennedy has had very ton Green at Pensacola. or that when flies are plentiful for the harbors appropriations C. A, Boswell of Bartow poisoned by the albumen In a soft boil' So Terrible. good luck fishing'the,past week. office of the Consulting 5Ugifl?? at
on the'rmerits
:TI$1 there is no danger of a yellow fever and with the Panama canal in was in the city yesterday and an- ed egg and that of Zeuxis, who died Physician-You lie awake In bed W, W. "Flournoy pf DeFuniak was Wilmington, Delaware. The right i>

epidemic. When flies are scarce then sight their importance Is great not nounced the candidacy 'of Hon. PArk from laughter at sight of a hag he bad three or four hours every night That in town Sunday. reserved to reject any or all bids.
fl43: they: become apprehensive of th ,Trammell, of Lakeland for Congress painted. (Mr. Edd'e BJuiTrorth. of DeFuniak L. HILTON GREEN.
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appearance only to the gulf cast, but to the entire I ,ts bad. I shall have to treat yon for
Mr. Trammel! is young Trusted
lawer
a ofF Sprirfgs, 'Visited friends Bond
4.74 of the disease' Some years ,country.-.Mobile Item. chronic Insomnia. Caller (whose salaryIs and relatives Chairman Board
Lj:. ago in New Orleans when a case> o!, S : a (). doctor I don'tth1nk
?4.t._ fever was reported In that city, in distinguished himself as president of "That new saleslady," said the blondat Rev. Wheeler, delivered a sermon Consulting Engineer
Taft The "Lith"eczetary I
I old citizen who bad been through all on the state senate.. He. is universally the ribboncounter "has false .hair IrsllS bad as that I simply can'tsleep. at, the Baptist church. Sunday. A 8maroaw f
for half Taft would no doubt popular. with those 'with'hom he and
t epidemics a century. said: and teeth. large attentive congregation was
"You nee ''n't fear yellow fever at this adorn' the ,bench but how can be be comes In contact and Is In every respect "Yes" replied the brunette who condescended present. SHERIFF'S SALE.
J' spared from the "lid?"-CalumbuaO. a most excellent gentleman. lIe Every Action Count. 0*
time! ; there are too many flies.; No handkerchiefs Mr. Robert Brown has moved his By virtue of an execution Issued
( .) Dispatch. will make It he to sell occasionally : There is DO action ::
a
strong race Is per. so slight nor so
other case than the family of
one reported appeared to .Weatville once more. of the Circuit Court E3CafTCounty
"and it seems that's not the
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suaded to but the Tribune but It be
run does mean done
may to
a great 53J
that That Bagdad
year. case Mr a, B. Bush wherein :
t ; wag was in Westville Florida,
Broome for State not believe that h will be able to only thing. I heard her complaJning and ; 1.,
xj; given the term "sporadic." then com Senate. ? purpose ennobled therefore nor Is Sunday. 'Factory Company is plaintiff and I D
used. In 1897 the One of the n-uster sufficient strength and 'influence that she hadn't had a chance to get off m so great but levied c&: >*
that
S monly year of the very latest political announcements :- any p3> slight Mr. C. E. Moore spent Sunday at Gray Is defendant I have
fever In Mobile, the to defeat Hon. B. 11. Sparkman, her feet all day. actions help it in &>
prediction was Is to the effect that the: miy -Woman's Life. Aycock. and will sell at public outcry
F' made early! in the summer that the Hon. James E. Broome .about to enter the present incumbent, ,. of the Court House door In the dY:
ti.f: city would havt.ellow fever. This: itha race ,for the position of stats The Trrbun.9 desires to be thoroujfn Sho Work at Home. of Pensacola to the highest bid**:
made in the of l Iv understood in this matter and flicks-I understand Mrs. Bias has e-
r''S
presence the senator from his own county of for cash on Monday, the :nd day
r health officer Dr. Abraham. lie Gadsden. Mr.:_Broome. or -perhaps.8 therefore will ,not Indulge In order iu ambiguous learned how to keep her husband' at Then your blood.must be in a very bad ,April A. D. 1306, during the I-,,,:! l
; li asked) on what was the prediction should phrases and thtt the borne. Bias 'ls"out condition.: You deicribi
say .Senator"-Is a man of most unsophisticated, Wlcts--onsens.e Pale Thin certainly knov what to hour of sale, following :
based." "On the fact that flies are varied accomplishments and many comprehend( thte pa'' er's may: 'attitude thoroughly the with "the boys" nearly every'night take,then why.not take it?.-..Ayer'*Sar- real estate to-wit: Lots 11. t-. '
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scare, was the reply. The predlc- gifts an-t no.better climax to his aspirations Tribune will state ttiet,In 'jears flicks-You misunderstand me. I mean: MpariUa. If you doubt, then consult: 14 and 15 In block 75 New City It
came true. In the spring of J903;: the I than that which he so evident. by it has made exceedingly warm"gone the,work she does at home keeps h m., O your doctor.. we lDOW1t1latbe..iU: say same lying and being in Escan:'

presence of swarms of flies ,suggested ly desires can be*wished' for.-Jacksonville for Colonel parkiaanThe Tribune, She's 4 dressmaker. ,you know.-Philadelphia N.VOUS r about this grand old family medidne. County, Florida. J. C. Van *,

} that under.. the supposed relation Twaes-Union ,mad$ a;fight, for' Tampa,, tor' deep Ledger.. foESSL'SM1 t :'7"JS .', f.C.4 wC Sheriff of Escambia County F'OSmaroaw4w. <1J.

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Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and \ '

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1 I Tarry Women and Society, Here and: Elsewhere.By f 79 ,

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I Dove Brand Ham :OO fI D

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1!) I Gold Band Ham I SHAMROCK ENTERTAINEDWITH FLINCH. The_ Journal's Daily Fashion Feature

' White 'Label I _Bacon The Excelsior, Flinch' was beautifully 1 '" qt
\1 entertained "Wednesday after.
I Scotch Oat Meal
\ : noon by Mrs W, L. Hahn..,
1 Cream of Wheat It was a "shamrock flinch the
I shamrock schema being tastefully 0 "= .r I ,

I'i Heckers Buck Wheat carried out in the candles and re- fT11
' freshments, and the hostess and her i
'i Flap/ Jack Flour assistants in serving -after the game llI T F-
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were gowned in St. Pat's own color. FIVE WEEKS !
! Florida Syrup Be Our Guests
The score cards were shaded greeu:
I shamrocks veined with gold, and .. SUMMER /
I Maple Syrup
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there was a growing shamrock ////4
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! Purity Coffee Tetley's Tea I'I'i room.among the ferns that decorated the I 41e : At Our Camp in MaineAll

Cocoa 'DaInty homemade candies were enjoyed .I

airing _the flinch and later a 1 :: .

I delightful two course luncheon of -- Railway, Camp and Other Expensesof

i, salad pressed, cake chicken and coffee sandwiches, was served.and I every boy who goes will be paid by

Hotel De The special guests were Mrs. R -
a I K. White Miss Caroline Lackey of S'
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i; ROSEN AU &GERELDS. Virginia Miss Blanche Reager :Miss I THE S TUI1D.IlY
Christina Kelly. Miss :Nell Richardsand ;, I
Miss Lois Houlette.'
The Fancy Grocers, The club will meet with Mrs EVENING POST

': I Phone 391. Pensacola.I Mayes next week. S .
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I MRS. BOYER ENTERTAINED There will be Fishing, Swimming, Rowing, Mountain

j NEW CITY LADIES. ;1. Climbing- plenty of fun and wholesome, healthy

Mrs. H. H. 'Boyer' entertained the living-and we pay all the expenses. IJ Your parents
*** **** .. New City Ladies will when learn of for
at Flinch let
\ ...,. Tuesday .,..v'd gladly you go they our plans
afternoon most charmingly your happiness and our precautions for your_safety..
f. PIANOS AND ORGANS. After the game delicious ripe :

! :# CASH OR EASY TERMS. strawberries ,3.Djwhipped) cream, under who sells the is for
magazine
if. All Piano Work Guaranteed. ;11. cake fn Any) boy eighteen eligible membership in The
and hot coffee were delightfully I Ml Boys' Camping Club. If you want to go, write at once; ask us to send you details
CLUTTER d. RUSHING *
served with the elegant and generous I JJ together with ten copies of the next issue of the magazine. The copies will be mailed
j <: 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Y hospitality that characterizes Mrs, / to you entirely without charge. These you can sell at five cents each., and thus provide the
,\ #. PHONE 416. Boyer's; lovely home.ACCOMPLISHED money for the following week' supply at the wholesale price.
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#*#**##********* ,** ARTISTE: : ': : : "A Boys' Camping; Club," telling how to become a member, and another booklet "Boys

--- -- GUEST OF MRS. HANNAH. F k'l t Who Make Money," giving clever plans of some successful boy agents. Write to-day.

I 'Miss Estelle Mitchell of Rome, Ga.,I .
and well known in artistic circles in r/ IN CASH as Extra Prizes for Boys

I New York where she has spent muchof ,)/ $250J Who Do Good WorK NEXT MONTH
her time for several l years, is in ;4
the for few brief '"
r city a days on a '.
th'1 visit to her school friend Mrs. W. J. The Cards Publishing Company. 1728 Arch St. Philadelphia. Pa

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Miss Mitchell is not only concededto

be a miniature painter of merit by i< .
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fWIy. the New York art critics but her dia -;
lect readings created a furore among

the dramatic critics and ,it is to be ,
regretted that her stay is so short. fi I FERRY PASSSpecial THE DEMAND FOR HIGH-GRADE STATIONERYIs

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s>ask ENTERTAIN ON THE, LEONIDAS. we carry a very full and complete 1'ne of the famous

In luau Captain -Whorley of U. 5. N. auxiliary IfAN'D' -EMBROIDERIES ON TAILORED WAISTS. to The Journal. Eaton- Hnr but linen-papers-25, 35 and 50 cents a box.
,rstt Leonidas entertained at dinner Ferry Pass, :Mar. 21.-Spring workis

aboard ship Sunday afternoon in bon- A feature of the new tailored shirt I,'itween these andthe" two box 'pleats, well under'way in this vicinity Cae's: :Boo;.>.s"tore."hone .
> or of his bride; Quite a delightfulday waist is hand embroidery on the 1 stitched to yoke depth is another Gardens have been planted and the
Your Choice of Spring Medicines wait spent by those fortunate pleats collar and cuffs. The ingenious -i, group of tucks of the same depth. acreage of cane Is greater than that of 235. 213 Soaffc P alt ax Sl-.et. *>>.".a.,afi

enough to receive an invitation to woman is stamping and workipg The! back is! p'ain, with three box last sear.Some .
'-'a. blood purifiers (resolvents some call this social event, the ,hast and his her own designs while others gifted pleats set on and stitched, or these few of the farmers are experimenting --- -- -- -

ar. Them), tonics or general body buld-; bride being untiring in their efforts with, less skill are quite! satisfied to I may be omitted with equally good effect in cotton with a view to e.LeoeoNOOOOOOOOOOOt.eoNNOOOOOONOON.oooooeoeoo..
':-t' ''rs_ Some like the old fashioned rem: conducive to the pleasure of their buy the pattern ready stamped. Here Hand embroideries decorate the raising it on-a morA:: extensive scale 4 :

:1; edies-sulphur and molasses sasa- guests the dinner being served in the full fronts are tucked either: side '' box; pleats the front pleat; upper and should the results; this year justifythe
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ar- fras tea and so on and so on. Have courses, a separate table being provided of the narrow front pleat these tucks 'I' lower edge of deep cuff and the little venture. 1 are Spring is no
them. Some prefer the modernized' Messrs. Henry and. Ed Jones1 i
for the little folks. running to, the waist line and be- turnover collar. .
syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla. Have j During the course of the dinner kept busy with their sell: business.They :: : }
them. Whatever your Spring needs the betrotnal was announced of another have recently bored several at ,.' ; .
- in drugs, med'.clnes, prescriptions ov weakling! in prospect to take VETERANS.DAY AT Sk'nner's mill and have a number' of t Now Here as,: : i

(chemicals we can furnish them to place at an early date, when another orderg -In Pensacola.
your utmost satisfaction, even as to member of this vessel's officers will. AYCOCK .1 Mrs.. George Hoyt, of Pensacola, ,
price. enter the matrimonial stage. THE CHAUTAUQUAMANAGEMENT has' been the week end guest of her : and :spring cleanIng is being planned You'll find quite o
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Charlie Parazene. Mrs. a, bit of old furniture that you'll want to replace witH .

: Hooton's Pharmacy Capt. Whorley the hosts and the following Hoyt formerly resided in this neigh : new butt :

guests, Mr: and Mrs John Forman borhood and hits many friends who
.n. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery of the U. S. N. construction department Special to The Journal. IS MAKING GREAT are 'always glad to welcome her. Especially Will :

he PHONE 1100. and three, children Masters lAycock, Mar. 2L-Mr.' Al Hof PREPARATIONS; FOR ANNUAL Mr. 'and :Mrs.- David! Jamieson and 0
19 Hubart and George and Miss Adeline: boom made us a short visit: yeste' children v been guests of his slater *
-- -- and -- Mrs. John Gates for the pastweek.'Mr. You anew Mattings
to -- -- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gahlenbeck day.Ed. EVENT THERE t ?
toJr. four children Misses\ Carrie and Hogeboom of Pensacola ,will Jamieson was injured some
Grace and Masters Alfred and Gale, spend a day with his' mother Mrs. B. SATURDAY. time ago at the L. & N. shops, where j Now, we want you to come in and see us about the furj
I Mise Eloise Hendrix of !Pensacola ''Hogeboom.Mrs. he was employed. The rest and quiet nature and matting question-we've everything you'Wan! o
and Mr. H:: O. Peterson ship's clerk, Ed. Christ and son and Mrs, together with! the pure a'r of the pine : Nice Rockers $1.25, $2.50 and up to Dress- :

[ and! Mr. Flnkey filrt officer.. Harry Hogeboom of Pensacola are Special to The Journal woods have greatly benefited him and era from $9-00 up to $25.00 and more. Spring patterns .
Franco spending a few days here with he hopes shortly. to resume his dutiesat China and Japanese Mattings are lovely, 25 and 35 cents :
rdh airs. E. R Berky and four children friends. They will return to Pen- DeFuniak, Mar 21.-A great 'day the shops. t a yard. Laid Free Also fine quality of Window Shades

.(dst of Salida, Col., are expected Friday sacola Saturday night awaits Saturday the at people Florida of Western Florida Miss Lula Tippin, with her guest with: Hartshorn rollers, CO cents and up-Hung Free. :
to spend several' weeks with her The general manager of the the Chautauquaa and cous'n,)\I'ss Tippin, from Brew- +
'- brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Aycock Lumber Co., has just built a day of eloquence, patriotism, muck ton, .Ala., spent' Saturday at DeFun MARSTON
!' and dramatic art. It will be QUINA i
Mrs. W. L. Hahn fine cottage. iak Springs.) ,
ofy AmericanPint The Aycock Lumber Co., seems to Veterans Day. Complete arrangements Mr. J. A. McKinnon, principal of
Hannah and interesting hard time to keep labor'here. have been mad to carry the Pass' Saturday : Z
to'lt :Mrs. W.- Jchildren have a the Ferry school, spent, -
leave in a few days to spend Our depot agent will leave' soon. crowds that weekly attend+! the Chau- with friends in M'lton. | 108/110 S. Palafox St. ,Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :
in addition to the usual
his birthday with her father Dr. :Sessions We have a new one about; *every tauqua and I Mr.: Walker Clark who has been ..........NNION.. ..N. .
in Alabama. month. We hope that his successor elghtyve cent round trip tickets of, quite ill at the home of his grandmother NNN1N1.......... r 4 .444
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
' -= will remain longer. Mrs} Dean, is now convalescent ...-- ---------- --------------
a.rr Halllweli of Whistler Mr. Sawyer has just returned froma the Seaboard AirLine has made
Mrs. Thomas hash I
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Williams
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for Tallahassee Hams and family;
it Soupsof Ala., who is now, visiting, In New Orleans trip to Pensacola. "V'cf f?! arrangements and other stations Rev! Mr. D wi'as. pastor of the, recently purchased the Donoho place,
alongits
Quincy
is expected In a ..lew days on We hear that J. B. Hog bo m fo going this Christ'an church, held h's usual bi- I the Pensacola road -and expects to COffEE !
route. By arrangement prob- on
St3 a visit to Mrs, A..E.' .;McD vld. to leave Aycock and move., to Pea-. ably more towns will be well represented monthly service at the Knights of' erect a commodious dwelling on the

sacola. than ever before from the entire ; Labor Hall Sunday: last. 1 I' old site in the early summer. He leI
Mr. Chas; now 'of Gainesville, Fla., the sick list this
Mrs. Padgett is on ; farmer and will
state. The day will be of great a practical up-to date
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d. formerly of this city is now in town ': week. I We are the Pioneer
His
the county
interest not only to West Florida cititens be i an acquIsition'to
old friends and A TORPID THINKER' -
UI cordially greeted by 'tout also to northern tourists So'tar ;th's has b en a most success:i daughters, Misses Floy and Leo have Coffee Roasters of
rs'H- business acquaintances.; now In Florida. ful term of the Ferry Pass school The: been In attendance at the Ferry Pass I
The Frequent Result of Coffee ..Poi attendance .has been except'onally. school since the beginning: of the West Florida.McHUOH'SBLENDS.
Quite a large number of ladies, con- and the interest of teachers and
Cans 20c soning. good : term. Mr. Williams comes to this I
the Oonfeuterate SHOE NAILS.
template attending" DeFuniak. next Saturday A Toledo, 0.,,business man-says that pupils 'seems to increase as the[ county from Santa Rosa county.
,)n Day exercises Jat for three years he had no appetite for months 'go by. "Mr. and Mrs Jod'e Creighton are '
March 24. The Way They Are Made and Why I
totpo breakfast, that about once a month'beat The people of this community are' now cosily domlc'led in the Reis
Quart Cans solid food at that meal, generallycontent'ng They: Are So Cheap. pleased to welcome Mr. Lemuel Wil-' cottage. Young :Mrs. Creighton has
35c pleased
not perfectly
shoe nails
If :you are Throe million separate are
himself with h's'cup -of friends 'since comIng here
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many
with Blue ;Ribbon Vanilla,,your money of metal Of --
from ton
coffee and having no desire, for and, often fast one a bride a few weeks ago, and their I
ofD' Absolutely pure, goes twice as j have no equal. A trial
- back. Rilbbon Flavor" ia thing e'se.Coffee : >\b* smaller sizes 2.000 nalla are mold home 's a popular'rendezvous, for the
tit far and the "Blue frequently plays this d g-in. ed in a, single mold and an expert I Ii IiI j I young folks.! will convince the con
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S' perfection.The the manger trick; while 't furnishesno workman will make eighty molds In an : There will be services at the Olive
'no I nourishment itself it destroys the ordinary working day, thus turning out Baptist church Saturday night and noisseur that we

of Wll. of'Beasts of Prey appetite for food which is, nutritious.The 160.000 separate nails. I Before I! Sunday morning-and -n'ght.the- pastor make no extravagant

: These Soups are The panther on the plains of ..Pata result was* !'n time, a torpid mentality !; When the metal in a liquid state Is i i of the Flomaton church officlatin's.
already
gonia gets as near a herd of guanacos which was a distinct"handicap poured into the mold it runs through i! Misses MInnon and, Cscaxnbla Jones claims.

sttt as it can, then lies down behind; a bush'on in his business operations; the sand In passages provided In the V i anAfter I spent Saturday and Sunday with relat'ves -
prepared and can be in the "Last Christmas," he says; "I con. whole the nails in Pensacola.Mr. .
the of
Its back.Ifpuu. one paw up molding process: f
and I suIted my brother, a praetic'n' physician ;1. I Cal Tipp'n has-been quite indls- Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
the third and when
air, then another; then are cast together are. removed -
served in a few minutes; in Ch'cago and he advised, a posed during the past weeks I
fourth and after a bit all tour at once. from the sand connected by a -
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39. I diet of Postum Food Coffee ,iaytea4of After the winter stride> Biddy seems j
all that is required is That seems curious to' the guanacos, the old kind, and also Grape Nuts!j network of iron one with another. In to have awakened to sense of duty I I
and they e<<>rae close to Investigate. Up this condition the iron Is as brittle asglass ,
food. Since that tme! I have followed]I. and has gone to work ao If to make;
I fI heating. jumps the, panther and lights! on the I his advice w'th most excellentresults..' ,, and very little force required up for lost time. The air of the woodsis and all kinds of Feed
back and breaks its neck.A to the nails from the network tour of shopping in the '
nearest one's My brain is active and clear ln the separate a now made lively by the crow: nq of
fox up In Nova,ScotU. comes down morning _when it naturally shou'd' beat i Which" holds them together. mornings and afternoons, roosters, cackling hens and chirp. Stuffs.Pluto .
:Itis to the bay of Fundy. and goes jumping Us best; I no longer' have the' dizzy -< They then have to undergo the proceSs 1: of a.ear (de after tea, ing of young chickens wile the

_a I along the J>each a couple of rods and :spells: that used to make, nwappre-': known as annealing. They are 1 i & are the times to think of hearts of the farmers wives are gladdened .
.h back again, rising on its' bInd legs at pensive; I have gained materla: ly 'in,,mixed'up with hematite Iron ore. which I thelOUR with a bount'fnl supply of eggs

I. each about face and waving Its big flesh and feel better In every way, Is 'In 'a powdered state put Into iron I DELICIOUS for home use and for market. Truly Water

tail IB the air.,, The'little flock of four "The Postum seems to be no less a I pots 'and placed in"an annealing flu'nace the homely farm yard cb'ckens.as a

ntt So! Calm & Co.ot or fire Canada Ioewout on the waterbegin food than the Grape-Nuts, and the two; a sort of kilu. Here they remainfor CREAMS ANDfARKLlNG producer, is not to be'd 8pfsed. t
! together fill all requirements. :My 1
to wonder what can be the matter same days care being taken to so $ SODAS
Retail
and
; Wholesale! .
er Into wife hats tried several of the receipts! ,For an Impaired Appctt'tc.Loss .- '
with the fox. 'They swim up regulate the beat to which they are
in your rUle booklet and we have enJ!I of appetite alwayi.rwolU from y
al The Pure Food Store, the shallow water to Investigate, when subjected that the! Iron will not be re- All
I joyed the result, but to my mind Grape j I I faulty digestion. that is neededIs
.a3d; In dashes the for and 'grabs one by ,Nuts food ia best when served wl'h1 melted but brought very nearly to I a few doses.Chamberlain's Stomach New Orleans Grocery Co
S.uth.est C.rn.r PiUfoi" and lntand ends the neck. The men have: taken advantage -1 sliced fruit and covered with cream'.T i! that condition.' The action of the raw Kitchen Cafe and Uver':rableta* They will invigorate F

:leis of thi tti t1iiii trained i dogsto Name given by Postum Co. Battle, I Iron 'ore upon the brittle casting Is Kanriy the Btomch. strengthen the /
Phones 178 do as the fox ,does. For lack of a I Creek, :Mich. marvelous. After cooling. It can be digestion and plve'yoa: an'appetite
It, {t <480 dog men themselves bare ambled about There's a reason. Read the lit.tie bent without risk of breaking and U 104 S.Palafox! Phone 999 like a wolf. These Tablets also act Jas. McHugh ,
13- the serviceable article. as a gentle laxative: Fpr-' ; sale by all
on their hands and knees. to attract book. "The.Road to Wen .l"iD becomes a useful and *. '
1O5 Proprietor
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"ALL THINGS COME TO I and Guilleroard room dwelling, with, !oorner'bath, Jackson electric DeLuna StreetMerchantand OWNERS HO. To&wATsO N ,


lights and everything V modem one aWe want your property 1:sted, withus Successors to That. C. Watsaa .6 Ci.
block from car line and LeeS square. others ; for-'salIf:- you want the cash

FOR $3500-4420 'PER YEAR, considering location, should change.lee of V Wan arrange with the Buyer on Leading 'Heal. Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency
-VV
HIM WHO WAITS. you can get 5 new house; bringitfg In what we Have to offer V x easy, terms.

I 1420 per year. These,are..a bargain. on the new street..We V V V FIRE INSURANCE.:

Can now. contract to : ; J. ". LOAN. V

furnish a' store,.office MONEY. TO. -. -List Desirable Preperly for Sale.
V '-
E.
LESLIE suit
BROOKS
to .
jz But while jou're waiting b tter'.take' off foul coat building,
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and hustle. The time to make money is your special requirements sal L S. BROWN & CO. .
lease or ; \
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND) SOLD V or the land only for r. : Two story brick building centrally located, just off of Palafoistree

: V immed ate improveV>, V Thiesen Building.! .., .. ... .. ,... ..- .. ...-... .... .... .. .., .. .. ..$10,50000
NOW RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY ment on lines subject One of the most desirable building lots on North Hfll on a corner

.to our approval- Also :: fronting south near car lIne' 100\bylS0 feet.. .. .. .. ..$3.700.00Two

LOANED.: : V have V an ideal site for V ;: LOTS'llOisl! LOTS! story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North!

Building. large hoteL. Hill... :*, '0. ..,-. .;, .. ........ .... .;. :.. .. .. ...3150.00
and the best way 1 is to buy Pensacola real estate. 204V2 S. Palafox St. Fisher
V very comfortable one'story, six
A desirable and room dwelling with
Its IncreasIng in value every day. It's our buslaessto Phone 462.: V V Now is the time to invest in good! all modern 'conveniences, on the-car line West Gregory Street lot

buy for and sell for others. Better. see ns today. : W11IBeAsGood building sites Buy East Hill Iota now I 80 by .144., .VV. .V5 ..' ._ ....;... .... .... V'. .. .. ....3000.00

and reap a- big profit North half of block 67. Nw City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inches eacha

for Sale V V. 8 lots near Stoddart's. cheap at$1100 beautiful J l locat'on! overlooking the bay only one block from car

V as Palafox. .,.::0.-.?. .. .. line., V.... .. ... '.. ... ... V .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 175000.
FOR SALE: -('Fast and gratis horse 4 lots hear' Hagerman's residence Two story five room store and duelling; and one story four room

Pensacola Investment Company suitable for family use; also set of '.' $1000 dwelling,. corner lot, 60x170 near water front.. .. .. .. .$4000.00
fe3&J I new harness. Apply '810 E. Gadsden :One'whol block near car line.' B. We have'a few well located blocks In the New City Tract that we can

St. ,iZmarlw Hill; :an excellent bargain ,..$1800 :, sell at from $323.00 to $500.00 per block, any one of which is a bargain -
a. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. I McDavid-Hyer Company ;*5) lots facing Oporto square, East I V '

}3th: St... .$1250 desiring to sell same would find it
.t'i1 W. H. KNOWUS, President R. E,SIMPSON, Secretary. I FOR 8.UEggs from'standard bred ,I Those having property, to the'r
prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen '5 lots near car line. East 8th St. advantage to place' same' In our hand, as we hue disposed of about

:;J4 J.E. STILLMAN, V. Pres. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES HYIR, Treasurer. $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved Agents, New York eaeh.4 '.. '.. .. .. ..... .....fl90V $300,000 worth .in Ihe last 60. days. If you have funds to loan

$1 Rael Estate, loans, Cenera' 'n..ef..e.t Chester White Pigs pedlgT ed. Mrs Life Insurance Company. 'Three lots corner Gadsden and, carline consult us If you desire in agent to collect] jour rents; or want

Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley Fla. 8 E. Government"- Street ; unsurpassed view' of bay; beau- fire Insurance; or Jf you want to. buy a piece of property and Joat

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola! Florida.. 22marlm V Phone 7CO. V P ftaacola, Fla. tiful s'te! .- $950 know who owns same. consult us
Two lots E. LaRua. near in .. $800If

FOR.SALE-2000 stocks green sugarcane V you have' lots to sell see me. If -

----- at $150 per hundred. Can be used, For ..1.. you want to "buy excellent sites, call

; HELP WANTED WANTED' for seed or chewing. D. )I. Merritt, op 05 phone me NOW. HOOTON & WATSON

Olive, Fla. 21inrlw TYPEWRITER FOR SALE-Good V
second hand RemSho.., in excellent -
;f : WANTgD--A. party to buy a good business C. R YAEGER '
.
." VANTED-A cook. Apply Capt. S.' C. BROWN FjGH RNS-ulp-: condition. $35. 20marlO.FOR V PHONE 64,' V SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
well established, good loca- V V
Fort Barrancas Tla. 240 VV
Pearce. Hughes Strains record. per
; egg .
tion. Palafox St.. Communicate with S1ALE-Freight and passengerboat No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686 .
:%marl V D. C.. care Journal., 22mar two 25 h., :Murry A Tre-
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c: ?. man about fifteen chicken. Eggs for hatching< *, An all p.
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office fertile guarantee. 'PHv33f: Pen 'No. gurtha gas engnes; leI#;th 66 ft. V
stenographer and I
years old as W ANTEID-A partner in paying business 1. $2 Nos. 2 and '5. $1.50 for 15. beam 18; draught ft; launched Nov Miscellaneous '
( in own hand writing stat pens
boy. Appl : :Will bear Investigating. ember 1905 Powerful tow boat. Ton .SALE
** Sunnyside Poultry Farm, ..D.FunlakSprin'gs FOR:
wanted. Address. B. .
ing salary Small Timber
Capital required Apply P. O. .Fla. References-anyone In nage 42. ,Delivered anywhere in i Lands
care Journal. 21mar5t V Box 753. 17marl6t CUT PLOWpBS: -Orders promptly
the city. asmarlm state. PrIce. $5,750. Write J. M. 50,000 acres choice land ranging
WANTElDAnurse. Apply 820 N.V Rowley, Miami. Fla. 20marl2t filled for; roses,. carnations flowers miles of the
,
from six to .twent1.iife'
l Baylen St. 21mar2t POSITION WANTED ON THE ROAD FOR SALE-Grocary, store *n4 residence and designs of a1!! kinds. Miss Senile the southern _
best in
-By experienced wholesale grocery combined, including stock, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS All kindsof Smith. 616 N., Barcelona. Phone 651. deep water port
sell in 200000.00 deals' and also farmland
I WANTED-Active man wanted in salesman. states, Pensacola: Harbor. Will up;
Satisfactory local and out fixtures etc; nice home good' water,
freah farm
strictly and
: each county to exhibit demonstrate of town references given. Address one whole block under fence Cash gardnseeds TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. any sIze traetper acre' and up.. city'property for Investment, of

and advertise staple line; salary $18 SOL, ,care Journal. 17marlw, only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. fruit and at nut reasonable trees Banks prices.Bro Also. : Gents'clothing cleaned' pressed and This land I is especially suited for truck saw mill and turpentine locations rir

weekly, $3 per day for 'expenses. No Mrs. Z. P. Ryan, P. 0:. Box 614'. Chipley, Fla. 25feblm, repaired" on, short notice. No., 11% farms grapes pecansand stock raising gin pine, timber, cypress, hardwoods,
capita] required Honesty and sobriety -i I have secured the services V of E. B.I ISmarlm West Government St. .Pensacola, Pie They furnish the best all year .
than I Liger, will be .. :. far 'sheep, cattle, goats and stock farms etc. Saw mill and turpentine
essential and to have grasses'
more experience. pleased ------------------ -- ---- FOR SALE McMillan: & Turton have' idee.V -
f National Co., 720 Chestnut St. Philaidelphla. I tall his friends to call and see' hIm.' FOR SALE.-Turpentine location 25 just received! carload of fine Tennessee hogs; hogs do 'wen on acrons and the land a specialty. Call on us

k mar21-4'He is an expert barber. .1.V'So Durham crops boxes timber, to cut 15 crops. horses and mules which maybe J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South range year roundf plenty timber, pine or address Box 115, DeFuniak Spring!.

; 211. E. Wright ISmarlw will sell entire business or an interestto seen at Pou's stable.on Intendencla I Palafox, street Orders taken for oak. etc, for.all purposes. Get rid of Fla.
[
; ;\\'ANTED-Brght girt to learn to feed I tents, wBisgtt, camp stools and house 1
Address
with You
good man some money. street. llmar paying rent and buyia home. can
job press Clean work and permanent -, ARCHITECTURE Plans Specifications q cote. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
"Florida, cars Journal. sell all manner of farm product at
'
? Ma\es Printing Com-I FOR S LE-.O acre farm. 10 acres in
position. I and details furnished tor-modern
cot llnitrloFOR ? Pensaoola high prices. & AYMARD
SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oert. at : TURNER
SlanT, 24 West Government St. 21mar'WANTED 'I tages $o.00., Blue Prints of fine dwelling !-I V pecans; mlles south of Chipley on B. Special bar&alnlln 100 ,acre farm 6
=A- APly619 I drawn to suit the most fastidious. SALE-Two-story house containIng C. &; St. A. R. R.: also 120 acres, 20 tug &; Co.. wholesale and retail ship
nurse. N. miles from court house Pensacola; %0acres'
chandlers and only first-class
Chas. eleven rooms, corner lot, 96x acres improved 2% miles from town. grocers
I W, Howe, Bagdad Fla. Real Estate ani
Palafox St. Gadsden. balance heavily timbered
land
corner I house of kind In city. 'Fair prices.to all. open
14marl2t 120. For information, apply 501 W. Address J. B. Hogeboom. Aycock, Fla.Smarlm .
fruit;, and good
; grapes pecans Abstract
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. Chase. llmar V Company
FIne stationery, wedding Invitations ,
,
shingle mill, steam power, all complete
Splendid time to begin. Busy sea-, A BARGAIN-Party owning 6.000
FOR. SALE-Four room house with FOR SALE OR RpNT-60 acre farm; visiting cards, tally cards, etc. Celia ; $1509, worth $3000. Sawmill and'Turpentine Land a Spec
son soon. Few weeks completes; top i J acres good mill timber. mills locat-
representing
M. Robinson The Chas.
!
. bath at Goulffing. with two lots. .5' miles from city on Brent road; 7 FOR RENT.
- ; paid<< 'gradua'es. Positions! ed on same \vfll sell outright or anI
wages I
; :
ciaity.
H Elliott of
Company
' waiting; best trade in the world forpoor' I interest to practical man with some: I Apply; to L. M. Davis P. 0.. Box, 633. room house. all fenced in;:5 fields; .2 Smarlm.I Philadelphia. Nice cottage, No.:200 West Romana.

a,4 man. Little capItal starts bust-[ money.' Address *Owner" Pensacola City. V, Ifrmarlm st.Vbarn. : good water.. mail" box on street. JW.65' V V V 0, BJI I 115 DeFusIrt Spring, AUI
I ;JournaL llmarlOt. the land!: .Address "Farm, care Jour- Nice cottage water fronts East
; .
te Investigate. Moler BabJrCollege. (
ness
nal)' t. ". V '* .live in Pensacola, corner llth ,
, FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has a V : ISmarlw, Gregory St.. .$600
New Orleans. La. 17marlw
; I 'fED-Even.'one to know that :street and 15th avenue, m New City,
Store
North
good team of mules for sale See : house good stand.
.
OtfTHEHGH Hill
; !. i AN'IED-Ten men towork on turpentine The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter them on his new float, feb2f ,tri : LAND/: lots East 100 front alec- and will; take care of your Piano by Hayne.St.. $10 ; NEW REAL ESTATE LIST
tqar.line ft.
,
"Ei- has six the:year at a low figure. Refelt
farm. Men with families! been received by F. H. Choice offices good location
preferred. Call on A. Gren. care of, Bruce and Is now on display at No. 2S FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New by 137,%:fdcep, corners, ,$700; inside tune. clean out etc. Phone S02, 2 The best investment V In city today, 2

tc3i Solomon Furniture Co. 16marlw East Government. All interested are City. .Tract No. 312., Fcr cash $COO. lots.'SQOOt. There-are-no better situatlqna rings." '.J. Conrad, Scott.8marlm story brick building business centeron I FOR SALE I

3 I cordially invited to call and inspect. Apply to A. M. McMillaa. Court House.V than. these lots. A. V. Clubba, Palafox ,St:. $40,000
WE LEARN
to make
mirrors at
you 7mar. lang fx>R. SALE-3 show' Oil tank < EGGS FOR HATCHING.
home. Full guaranteed formula $3.i. ;;. cases. V V Six houses In West King Tract

1*. I P. }.'. M Co., Box 472. Pensacola Fla. WANTED-Contrlbutlons for the Or-AUTOMOBILES. am agent' for the platform"milk scales churn;.,Wheel ounier push scale cart'3'.igallon Is'From lnd Reds my prize and pens S. C.of Brown S. C. Rhode Leg: ". T. CRAWFORD renting. for ..$}O .jer !month. ...$2850

1 ; Umarlm-- -- ---.-.- I phans' Home. Money, clothes, eatables Pope Mfg. Co. and- can sell you autos heating. stave Hugh Moloney 924 'N.Da horns finest pens in the south, $1 to Rouse In West End renting for

_!_ .. WANTED-Good cleaner and presser etc.. received. Notify Mrs Wm. from $500.00 up. They cost less than >is Sti V ISmarlw* I $1.50 per. setting of 13; .or $6 per 100; 315z South: Palafox Street $10 per month, good neighborhood -

i I at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. Fisher, president or Mrs. N. McK\ horses to keep up.* They horse:can be run % -. also .agent for the .famous, Banta Incuoaiors '-----.- .- .. --.. ---'- .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$IOot
!;i 13mar.__ Oerting secretary.. 4mar in sand E.or Brooks.anywhere a can;:go. V : second .J VIFOILSALEA nd'wagqn ana urooaers. urop me a
Leslie
WA.'lTED-Ten experienced saw mill WANTED-The public to know that 'aii'd two\good size mules 1 Will sell card and I will call. E. L: cFadden, Five lots on North Hill if takenat

Prop. Myrtle Grove .. .. .. .... .. ... .$3:>f10
hands Apply room 415, fourth ,we can do all kinds of repairing FOR SALE-One 25-H. P. boiler and a'bargaln.' Apply to Ben Johnson Poultry Farm R. OFFICESFOR once.

'$: floor Thiesen buildine float building norse shoeing, etc. J. engine; portable.boner' on wheels; cor 6th ave. and Lloyd St.' weFRESHYARn 7marlm-F. D,.No. 1.-Pensacola. Five lots fronting Toledo square

% Mi WANTED-First class G. Welsh Carriage Co. :27feb! engne or boiler in running order. EGGS--Received dally New City. .. .. .. .. .... .$1009)
laay stenogra. Also 2 log cart complete ready for and every egg ..guaranteed' & cents MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New One block in New City on car
14 i: pher. Address in own handwriting COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand service For terms apply, to J..... .1- dozen.' C.V M. Wilson corner Davis tick furnUaed it desired. All don

:i1t with Journal.references Office Work, Care Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafoxSt. Voy & Co". Cantonenwnt. Fla. and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. V V V in goo4 order on short notice Leave : RENT line:. .. ._ ...- .. .. ....$4009
4mch Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your V
:r pat 23feblm. V 4mar3w orders at Green & Watson. ,Phone Half block in New Citron hard
ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- V '

teed. Careful attention given ladies'garments. FOR SALE-My property 416 E. Bra- FOR SALE.-10 room bouse corner 193.. V V 7mar road overlooking Bayou Texar Jl l50/)

Board and Rooms. Phone 1222. inard St., consisting of four lots '40 lot 3, blocks from Palafox I
<< gfeb lot MX MRS H. a CHUNN will receive These are all first-class pieces of
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x150 feet; a two story dwelling] containing 192 car line For particulars pupils ...in
WANTED. and on la in, shorthand at her ***V property and are gilt edge invest
-Hauling transfer residence,
JIOOM'S' CHEAP 6 ball bath
-Furn'shed unfurnished rooms ways room
or quire of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan ments.
'work Office phone' 363 residence S21 N. Barcelona St. Terms $5.00
i* rooms on the hill; after April ; closets and pantry On car Hue;. will a
jet, location high and healthy.' Close phob 3&0. .Acosta & White 22.23 N. sell entire property for 390000. E. FOR SALE-M acres good land three month In advance. 4mchlmo.

4t line. Tarragona St._ 25mar miles south of Chipley. Twenty TO U. 8. LIFE SAVING BLOUNT BUILDING.
? to car AIplyat 314 E. Strons L. Reese. 22feb STATION
i : Phone 1213 16marlt:! WANTED.-The Merchants TransferCo. V V.V acres in cultivation and pure spring AND RETURN-The V launch L&- D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.
JUST RECFIVED-Ls2gesaipmentof water. Will sell for cash
or on t ime PaJafox
Clair leaves street wharf 9
FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished wants your moving and ba1ll1n Imported Olive OiL Retail, by pint. Apply A, Hogeboom,V Chipley. Fla. a. "-
m. daily.rouD& trip 25 cents
w rooms at P. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. quantity.' G..Monuso REAL ESTATE
Stone. 17 N. Palafox. gallon or larger 28feb Special' rates to parties. Pavilion ,
Prop Phon. 978 V
ISJunelm.
21 marl w. sea. & Co., ship chandlers &JI& grocers. 701 phone 6&. ',C. H. Burton Manager.
-V FOR SALE-My home .
' WANTEDTo buy 'oU gold and silver South PalataL 4oct. corner 10 ave. RENTS AND LOANS
;1i WANTED. few boarders at 212 W. and Cervantes St. This is a bar mcb4.lmMAT'TRESSES.Wholesale WearS now ready to rent
ti: Gregory. New house, good neigh. broken up stuff regardless of FOR SALE-Large horses.aad moles!, gain if sold soon. A. C. Binkley., anir. the offices in this fireproof
sizes Cash paid. Llgatman &: Klein 30 S. Palafox St.
borhood for turpentine operators aDd log
and on car line. ISmarlra, 1% E. Wright Phone 1127. men. 16 mar. tall manufacturers and dealers In steam heated, electric -
We guarantee satlstletlOD.Address '
ONE large double furnished cotton, does and E. & C. mattressesand and gas lighted buildIng Phone 234.
room. Waterman tc. Co., ,G. G. Cobb, FOR SALE-Nice. clean old
manager. newspapers
j. d Hot and cold water bath with W ANTED-A. R. Blngham want bad springs. Second hand furniture Tenants get lower'Ins1lr.n V
use Chipley. Fla. 23feblm. at nve cents a bundle. This office
of telephone 415 West Gregory St. your moving and hauling. He guarantees V bought and sold. Upholstering e' rates. If application .

Phone 865 17marlw all_breakage. Phone 630.I FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved and repairing' done. Old mattresses be made at once,
property In all part of tha EGGS ror hatching from carefully renovated; new' ticks furnished It desIred offices may be arrangedto
city.J. SPEGIALBARGAINS
.. FOR R&NT-Newly furnished rooms, will tune and repair your piano and hens. 114 R Belmont St. .
A. WiLson & Co. Real Estate Agents manted Strictly thoroughbredfowls city. suit, tenants. Applications
very reasonable Apply 20! W. Ro- organ as cheap as any one; guarantee Room 7, Salisbury building;, 'Phone, and I guarantee a good hatch. Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co. C. T. DaTis are'made dally for I
Bt. best and .
work
neatest
mana
'
17marlw Prompt Stock for sale at reasonable prices. Mgr.C choice locations. Always

; FOR RENT Furnished or--unfurnished attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 172. V :3Jan Barred P'ymouth!' Rocks, White Ply ready 'to snow, plans and FOR FEW DAYS ONLY!
.ROPKE
,
2 J. Conrad has just butcher
"4 rooms on the hill; location high rings. SeotL8marlm FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns opened a prlcjs.Hooton. ".

and healthy. Close to car line. WANTED-We want yoor-rde,; for Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished: ; $100 per-setting of 15 eggs or shop and grocery store corner Davis V
Ap- ,
ply at 314' E. Strong. Phone 121316marl2t. 1907 Art Calendars: Over 300 original also fullblood game chIckens. and eggs $500 a hundred for ineubator eggs. I and Bralnard Sts. Your patronage ", Lots 11 to 15, block 97,
.
4 designs to select from. All all at reasonable prices Dr.. J. S. have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed .:...-- <

_ _ _ Phone
915. Imarlm Belmont
McGeachey, Chipley Fla. Smarlm Will at numbering.$650
FOR RENT-3 furnished prices. Mar a Printing Co, Pensacola. V V Syrup.' :_ .deliver _50c per!:..ga! ,
rooms for 16feb ion. Anaress riynumtn HOCk rout-\ \
AND COLES
WATTS -Contractor
J rent. Apply corner Chase and WANTED-To loan money 05 your try Farm, J. J. Pope, Prop. Bristol, and builders. Estimates! 6n all kind Two lots N. Barcelona
Spring Sts. llmarlw WANTED.-The public to know that watches, jewelry and. perional) ,ef 24feblm*
: FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED old newspapers can be bought at fects. Highest cash price for old gold Fla. of' building and repair work. Satisfaction & Watson between Gregory and
guranteed. Phone 108.:: offlcs,
for and silver. Llghtman Klein 106 E.
this office five cents a bundle. ,
_ rooms for rent with the privilege of are all clean and uicf.WANTED.Electniv They wright Phone 1127. 208 N, Reus. 28feblm Wright .........."....."",,$1500
HOTELS.
light housekeeping at 254 E.
1 Gregory. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.

t 4 pbone 557.. 9mar2w. work of alt kInd. FOR SALE-A desirable,lot ]lying immediately Floats built to order. Horse shoe Agents.
BROWN
1 NICE ,FURNISHED ROOMS-------for-----rent I I Let as dean ycur fens repair your south of the Masonic THE good beds. Free HOUSE baths-Airy and room ing a apecialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage.' Leslie E. Brooks

Newly furnished. clea and: nice I dynamo. ::1E: near postofflce. Apply at 128 ,570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. fox street of 30 feet by., depth of room. $2 per day.' Special attentionto Money to Loan.
H E. V .;
J. R.
:
I traveling men. Brown
Prop,
Baylrn. 182 feet. For sale for few
t4 Government street. Mrs. B. M. TraIner. a days only ,

!janlm.li ; SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED at $1.000.00; one baIt V cash,'Jbe balance DeFunlak Springs Fla. ISmarlm LOST MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows Fisher Builthng.FrofessionalDirectory.

in 12 months at six: per cent, interest CENTRAL HOTEL. CHIPLBY-Op: money from Jno. A. Hall
,
Highest ; &
price paid for :
gent'sclothing : .
Old at five
: newspapers cents a bundle Hooton Watson ISmarlw
; at this office. only. Sell second hand ""goods depot Large and well lighted, LOST-A pair of gold bowed spectacles -l;O.. 16 r.;. uovernmeni street '\Vhf.-Ilj
r1r and nice. They are all clean Dress suits for rent No. Intendencia FOR SALE.-Only 4 young'Brj rooms. Free sample room. Meals at Friday or Saturday on the in need call, on IL$. V -. feblm

sired by Duke of Florida (8923 out all hours. Special attention to traveling street pr In store Reward for returnto ...
WANTED-All kinds ot electrical of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore, 5S541 men. $%00 per day. J. M. Tug this omce. 22mar3t* MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal '
work. I sell all kinds of electrical All guaranteed with registrations and gie. Prop. ISmarlm piop itr'. on* short notice. THOS. PEBLEY
HACK NO. 16 batteries and other electrical supplies. pedegrees. Carl Sett rlind Cbtpley LOST Silver watch open f 8-1' Terms easy.' J.. B. Cray & Co., 2 W. ,
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When you need me ring 345 or 955. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind else. Reward for return to 209 E. V
Ready at all hours to answer calls Fla. V iCnov.. RomanaPhone. HtL., ifeb LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
R W. Peake. new Star Laundry build- Prop. Special attention to Garden.
jd; to any part of city. First class in commercial :21mar: COLLECTIONS.
inL E. QardeJi. ISdec) TYPEWRITERS makes. new and travelers. Free sample and bath' MONET TO LOANOn real'estate
respect or
Fast
every and Gold! hat
11; gentle horses LOST- pin, with wreath design PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
second band for sale and rent I rooms. Large rooms with good sufficient .
and beds other security by
polite drivers. Phone No. i with a small bird inside. appi)
( 183. Re-
WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or Phone 380. F. B. Bruce, 28 E Government : PHONE 559.T .
ebl. 'oor.
George K. Fault $2 per day. ISmarlm lag to Tboav ". Palafox and
ward for return to 426 E.
: V rent, )J.1t e or exchange. Your business 3mar Gregory2Omaglw. ] lUmana.. up ytaln. 17
respectfully ,solicited. J. A. Wil V BAY HOTEL..-Open night and day. 4 ov-c,

I' son. Real, Estate Agent 22% W. Government WANTED-To sell hotel V 'furniture.' European plan. Rooms 'light and V V MONEY Q.-'Ofl good real e.

i. IIOTICLT street Room 7, Salisbury Reason for selling, btulnes calls I I clean. Transient trade solicited. STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE tate security; Qt, o$V COOtS collateral G YATES M. D 0,1

building. Phone 17%. 23jan me away from town.Splendid stand; 675-579 S. Palafox., Jaa. S. Nicolao. at lowest rat.a, Leslie; E. Brooks, ,

iV' The Woolley Sanatorium,the only l Institute all in house now that can bf accommodated -, Prop. STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ, J. M.Rcfgcrs. Fisher building. ',e 2lJq OPTICIAN

in the United States where,,. the FOR .RENT 105 East Intendenclat .St.. I master. Passengers anu MONET LOANED on ail Wads of 3OG THIESEN BUILDING
Opium Cocaine and Pensacola, Fla. 'Hrnarlw* 1 Freight service between Pensacoi ( par-
Whiskey habits xm abort
tonal property
: ---- ....,$ Fla. aotlca. -
At
p.rt be cured without FOR RENT Furnished or .H..I. and :Freeportr B rlen street
can exposure and LOIIILY J..W.
.Bollard
Terms easy.
unfurnlsb'I'FOR SALE OR RENT-New: six DE.U.Ba8 I upstairs
i4- with much for the ed 6 room cottage at B'g! room ... wharf, 'Wednesday Tourists and MICKS'
so ease
patient.
Only nous* on East Hill in excellent location : FLOATIHC I I nPI : 28% South Palafox St. ; ,.Phone 1144.
SO days' time required. Describe car line, facing water:. Apply P. 0 AGaJPHo others de iring to see places of interest! V
1 on two large IOU: block5and a : _____ Ia Cooctawh&lchie Bay and _V anor CAPUDINE
your case and I will write you an Box 384, City... ISmarlm PIU'COUTO". on Santa '
1 half from car line; eptnent.basement ".,.... ':....... at '. Rosa Sound should make this 3 IMMfDIATCLV CtM
what trip.
opinion to I
as can accomplish A. R. BINOHAM has storage room for beneath, large airy 'room, ."iww fOr t.-" buS...&.. In.m. rates for parties, of UNLIMITED amount o?.money to loan HEADACHES5r.i1k.pcOLDS
fur )'011. Vik )our family physician rent: suitable for furniture or other bath and sewer connection.. }For ...,.. .TEAl I.ae : Special For rates or other information ten or oa all kind :of. ,personal property; V

fo invst1tat' Dr B. M. Woolley, 104 goods 104 and' 106. South Tarragona particulars\ address House.. .CAre Jour: I PMVE. 101 nw ,.......,. 'Jncre. board 9r address Special ratei to busIness: mea on large
1';. Prjor. Street. Atlanta, Ga. Ft. T'N-we 630 V apply. P.. O. loans. The New York:,Loan Co.. HOIKS
SOno nat ... *:. : .17ma NllUltlm..llmllmSMmIl""f.. ....... Box''$<>2, Pf'n a'Ola. flat V 20414 w 5 TO n
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TRANSFERS I .

COMMISSION BROKERS i i iIi

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:) ::. ', ': f. Following: Is a list of the,deeds re .. MOBilE. ALABAMA.MARiE Ii I 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i ;

*:f1 : The !best situation in the city for a corded yesterday reported by the whisk .

it.i f" /', tourist hotel, 130. feet'.fronting. south '.' :" .. \ ,Pensacola Win. A..Blount Abstract to,The Co: Maxent, Land I rii Private Wires N. Y., N. 0" and Chicago. '
\ < *
: '.c' i cc., an undivided half Interest In Max-
:t by 172 feet deep on East Government eat Tract In Sec." 42.;T. 2 S. R. 30 W.. themeaning

street overlooking Seville"' square 0- .II.U. f.:' ::0( *1 NavAl l Stores. :1 COTION.STOCKS,GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS ;
.
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I S: to\John W. Chavers. :NE!% of
1 Savannah. Ga, Mar. 21.The naval "
Adams ;Sec. 28 T. 5 N. R. 31 W. 159.75 acres: solid comforts "
and
I street -with view I .
open C.. > stores market Closed today'as follows Investment *
and
... ;"' ; A.A.. Fisher W. H. Knowles and :' Bought Sold on Margin or for .
WW .- .
Pensacola bay $10,000'will buy the :" W. A. :D'Alemiberte executors of Wm. the satisfaction! knqwing 620
.... .
,. .8 10
'. :-. Fisher deceased to The Maxent Land that'you're always getting the N .5 90 Reference: First National tod Peoples Baaks Phone 1173
property.
I'j Co, an undivided 412 Interest in the best- that's "old joe." a whiskey M.- .B 45 i : : .i

"':" '. I : 1 ; Maxent Tr-net, Sec. 42 T. 2 S. R. 30 W. most everybody prefers K.. .. ..520 ........ .
'II. .
; : : : 'uniform- I.- ..4 55
i. because it's always .
.. : ; W. S. Kayser to The Maxent Land .. -
,
/) :\ ",'r.. L J ; ." and ah that H.. .- t..,4 10
: ; Co.. an undivided 2 12 Interest' in the -fine. .
'
/ ... pure G.' .3.75F
Maxent 2 S. R. 30 f BURROWES'Fly
( Tract Sec. 42,- T. delicious flavor .- 3 75 .
W, .
$1.
full measure convenient,package E.k.3 75
A. V. W. H. Knowles to The Maxent LandCo' D.- .3 75
CLUBBS. -sold everywhere .
:, an undivided 2.12 interest in the moderate price .
C." .' 3 75
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John W. Chavers to J. T. Chavers

NEU of Sec. 28. T. 5 N. R. 31 W., .. ( &. CO.'S REPORTS ,

FOR SALE 1480.J.' ..-T. Chavers- to Nickolaus. -. Kaudler. Liverpool Cotton_ Market. Cloee Sent" on. Thirty" '" .Pays'Trial. Freight. Prepaid.. ...

NEU of Sec. 28'' T. 5 N. R. 31 W. .Tan..Feb..............................:...... > -
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Political Announcements. Yeb.-Mar.............?.- .5.111. All material needed for attach'ng the screens and*doors Included with
--- 1400. ...'.. .... .
---- Mftr.-Apnl.: .6.78 i
out extra cost. .
210 ft on Wright St..by 1S2 ft. deep 506 East Jackson, 2 story 8 room J. M. Hoffman to O L. Bass lot 4, .. April,JUy ._.,.....5rr. ; V
a tine warehouse site cheap at $5000 and hall house bath. gas delightful block ""O.** Old. City Tract. $1500 and For Tax Collector.; 14a1-.11111.....................5.79 Screens are made only to order yet returnable It not satisfactory.

neighborhood lot) 93x150 J3500.. other considerations. I hereby announce myself a candidate Jan&Jty .........;.................. ::.... .SO
ft. on East Romana St.. 240 ft. for re-election to the office of MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES.ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'
80 7 room and hall house on North I Dora A. cholson to J. Wallace July'Anjruat East of Palafox St., a good )otel or' .1Ie.j'De..wlth' all -modern. L mar and Henry M: Yonge.' the W. Tax Collector for Escambia: county upat-8epkmber.,................6.78 SCREENS. -
convenience.
ousiness site for Immediate "sale; $2500. 30 fL of. lot 13. all of lot 14 and E. 10 at. the pr;mary to be held on May 15. 8epembtlrwbcl': ... j.03OctoberNovember '
house same. $12,500.; r Every practical Improvement In screen construction_ during the past.
on 1906. solicit vote. \
duelling your ...
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5,67NoremberDecember "
large room ft. of lot 15, block 78, New C.ty ?1 .
5 :
cottage and reception hall, } Respectfully, .. .6J7 th'rty years was first! used by: us. :

:201: ] ft. on the south side of Garden back and front gallery,cloaats, house and other conlderation.Iax. -. '. J.S. ROBERTS.. D"emi.er-Js.'uary '..;..... ..............6.M Drop postal to P O Box,104, 'or phone 1015 and local. representative
) L. Kahn O_
ft Tarragona and to L. Bass and
St b> '60 deep on new and in good condition large lot, L Tftrpool. Hpots.t.QtNe ; will
call
Ian essa streets, the best warehouse can be bought on easy terms $1200. L. Cant. S half.ot lot 28.! block 8. T'I : *Orleans 10 J-18 to give you estomates.
business site in the. City; '$500 and .other"nsideratlons. For Representative.I
or wholesale 715 North Baylen St. 7 room 2 story '
,,ama candidate for member of the
O/L Bass'; to L. D.:Green '
an
20000. res dence. lot '
city. 70x125. every .'modern! vided House. of Representatives from Es- New York Cotton Market. __ w_
,convenience. one-fourth Interest in S. 85 ft.
40 ft. on Spring St. between Garden $5000. of 'lot 58; bock 8,"' Old"'O:ty $1 .'and-: cam'bla' :Qunty-sibieckto: the ,jJamocratic Open High Low CUM
and Romana streets. $4000 5 Corner and 8th hall avenue .and 12th: _stree*: other cons'derations.. j Pr mary. 1: earnestly so'ic! March......10.53 1074 IO.W ,1C 73 s.A"'C R E----E.N S I I Put them in before the FLIES and
.t
room cottage gas, city water the support of the voters of tie couii- Hay.1070' 1801 1070: 1090
'n1c.s. C, Watson Leslie E. Brooks MOSQUITOES i into house.
ft. East Romana St., east of get your
40 on large lot. can be bought. : and'! adjoining Bass& Co., $40JO. terms at $1700 __ all of blocks 381, 383 and 390. Newt ...?.....10. a J'J.39 10..410 S9Docember. l We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. I
CUty Tract. $1 and other considera-! ........... lu, 9 10.41 1083 10.11 .
10 LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN STREET A SPLENDID INVESTMENT; tions. New York Spot. 1155 Supply of BRICK now on hand.

I THIS PROPERTY SHOULD BRING NOW 52500, FOR .I IMMEDIATE .Leslie. E. Brooks to Knowles Hjer.' Wheat Phone I 1. H. G. DeSILVA & CO-

SALE ... .... .... .... .... .. .... .. ., ,. .. ....$2000.00 all ,block ,381, 383 'and 390, New City 'I $ Open High Low Close I i A A A /
ft. Tract:: |1 and"other go. d rand valuable. : s.IPPGNE1IIS: Mar....;-. $ 'I. 78 77% 77H II
East Garden 192 6
ft. by and
144 on room hall cottage on East I
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considerations. .
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deep at 14400. Gadsden St., between Davis and 6th : Joly. "_" 11J:;,.Corn.Open TTJi. 77 77H _, _-_ __.

a nice, home and ''good '
avenue neigh I
5 lots on the southeast corner 'Champion Liniment for Rheumatism. High Low ClOile
Spring and Baylen Sts, a splendid borhood cheap at $1800. Chas., Drake..a mail carrer: at Chapirville VESSELS, 'IK J-CRT,. II M"T.. Wi *,M 43'J 44!>i I

nulld ng site. $2500. 5 room and hall cottage on Cervantes Conn., says: "Chamberlain'sPain t..ms"1M.... JalI-: .' ......4 "" 44g 44" I THE BOY WHO STARTS A
between 8th and 9th lot
avenues Balm is the champion of all halrnnts. August Belmont" Br ss,. Clarke
lots on Cervantes between Sprln'g 40x137% feet deep $1500. The past year I was troubleda 2967. Bremen to Gulf'Transit Co.Dordrecht .- New York Stock Market

and Baylen Sts. 60 fL by 125 ft deep. Two cottagea on East Romana St. great'deal. with rheumatism In my ,.Dutch ss Teensma, 1920.FunchaL .- Open Clo e
a nice building site. $1300. No. 522 and 526; renting for $6'. per i shoulder. After trying several cures *9; Southern Pacific......._..._ O 8;i CoJ,
month good Investment $600. c the ''storekeeper here recommended Copper ..........? 105 1 l03>>
;i lots on Strong St.. between 10th .! Dorothy Br ss.' Whyte. 154S, Mobile BANK-ACCOUNT
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6 room and ha'l cotta9' at Fisher. this remedy and it completely cured A. 8.K 137>, U:*< : -
:
Br 1943 St.
is lolanthe Hodgson
and nth avenues this very cheap ss, Atch ...,.. 63 9i
yule lot 60x125 fronting:on the bay\ me. There U no use of anyone suffcnng -Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. 4 1
at $&50. An..... IvSH 135:>> I
$1800. from that painful ailment when ,
Marie. Aust S8; ,Gerolmich, 2579 R.:R T.......... ... t&4 Wb I
4 lots on the southwest side of ReusSt 5 room and hall cottage at little this liniment can be obtained for a New York to Gulf Transit Co. 4 .
.....
& 1t
between DeSbto and Strong for aIw Bayou lot 100x140 on th ,water,'a delightful small sum. i One application gives M'guel de Larrmaga, Br ss, nom,I Erie Q........M.lOQJb 'l .1 I and saves and deposits the nickels and
days $1750. home $1500. prompt relief and its continued use fora son 2668 Manchesier.Nlth ,.I,. .
0.$ 64!* ClH I dimes that other boys would fcpend is
I short time will produce a permanent Br ss,.G IchVist. 1459 'St. Via- U. 8.- 83Ji: 8>H '
MONEY at the lowest rate of Interest on vacant or Improved'city ;
property. cure For sale by all drug sts. : ...... who will active business
cent to The W. S""Keyser CcrSbW .. U.8...preferred. .I0a 105 i a boy begin
COLLECTION. OF RENTS A SPECIALTY. R S-,.-,....-.,.,..,..,, .29 '28? I life qualified to succeed.- He will reach
OUR PRICES ARE CASH AND ; ... ... .I ,
L.& If.. .. ,. ,. 150J4' 149
If rent returns are not satisfactory us a trial. vr ,
your give ALIKE :TO ALL.PENSACOLA.. 5' Orpheus Aust ship. Meda. ic,' Tries. Le&4.............. J i 78' % manhood with habits and qualities of

The Fisher Real Estate Corner? : Intendencia. SHOE PARLORS and Baylen. te: .eal'IW'.OJ.. MP.V.C..7.-......-._............ 61 9G. .SOC 4J6!>* character essential to thrift, cultivatedand

Agency Anna M.' Ital',bit-: ,M Alcese'- ,. 868, Ha n.Pac.. ,.-.......... KVi IWA() I developed,and will have his savings
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CARRED BIGSTILETTO vana. N.YO .I-i5 :
SOLDIER
14:1YaI'' and accumulated interest
as ready capi-
206 South Palafox Phone 87. IN BOSOM 'Guru, Ras bk Blomberg.! _702 Barto P.O.4... 04*. : '
R'D' .,...... J27K IJ74 '
dollar
< to Pensacola Lumber.Co. ?? tal. One an interestbearingaccount
aa > opens
es .. ... ... .. ...
Lacave: Span bk. Maristang. 85.1'_.... .i:4> 17R.I. 1
Samuel Nation an artilleryman of .Pedro which we four percent.
So Sale on: pay
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY the Seventh Company stationed at 509, Savannah to Rfr M. Robinson.: a B..., _.-...'". 40%' 40
Fort ,Barrancas,_is a. prisoner in the Precursors. Ital!:bk, Schiaffino.' 1508- or Ul........_........ r'14U 15u
Through and Local Time Tables. Between Poisacola: and Point. North. city Ja'1 on ths charge of carry'ng cpa' Genoa to 'Rosasco7Bro3wScilUn Penn,.'......_.....:_.....:.... la; l37
cealed weapons. and ie will face Recorder : Italsbk-stfJOTo.: J2T0 South- U.P....,..... ,__ ._...... 15:% 15l
READ DOWN READ UPTrains'Nos. this hampton to Rosaeeg Bros.
Laney upon' charge this
Trains Nos. .-'':. ',' .; morning. Starthem .Br _.Mf.. Maitland 1272. Ausley & Co's TDaily Cotton Letter. FIRST NATIONAL BANK

2 4 :. 3 1, The weapon!! cal'rlecfbY Nat'on was Antwerp. Schooners.. New York, 'Mar ':Liverpool

Jl:05pm ll:3am: Lv. .. ..Pensacola. .. .... : 5:00arn. 4Oopni a long st'letto It was found in hi? the talent
: 'Lizzie E. Demlson Am seb. Peck, sprung a big surprise on
.
6:30am I 6:26pm Ar .. ...MontOmery..Lv: '9:35pm'' 'll:15am bosom at the police station, he having master. ....r cables :2 OF PENSACOLA.; FLAw .
452, to sending
H:45am: I 9:10pm: I Ar..Birsnnlham .. .. Lv. 42'pm; 8:33am: (been arrested by Officer S mmon this, morning by ,
Horatio L. Bak r. Am sch, Mohr. sales of 1C000 ,- H KNOWLW Pre*. W.K. Bras: JR.,V.-Pres. and CaaHlw.T. .
1:25pm: 3:17am 'Ar.. .. .. ..NaslvUle..Lv.. 8:45am 2:25am The weapon is a most dangerous look. Lagua to J. A.TMerritt & Co. points'higher on spots 'W Ha.S'P and\V N ROBCUTW Aut CashieroDimerous .
attention ;720. while contracts were practically -F. Ck,.Brtnt. W.' A. Blount W. B Knowles W. K. Bjer, Jr.
1n attracted much: bales : .
one and .
:UUpm I a:3am Lv.. .. .. .Nashville.. .. ... '8:17am 2:05am Thos S. Dennfson Am'seli, Wade cablesstatedthat D. U. Brent;
lam'' 8bam: I Ar.. .. .EvansvUle.. .. .Ar'l 3:00am 9.20pm at the po1 ce station yesterday. after.-: I 1329 Baltimore to .order. unchanged. Private of 'V. -

7:40am 2:10pm Ar. .. ..St. Louis.. .. i. .. .8t5pm: ; 3:3.0pm noon and last night. I Barkentines.Beatrice. .' terday was the regarded ginners as report bullish yes-and -

-.. ..Ar., 8:27am 2:15am Am bktp. Casavegglo, 1430. T-
7:50pm 3:27am Lv.-Nashville
i o. La Gripe' and Pneumonia.- caused heavy buying by the continent -
:!: Ham I 8:30am I Ar..LouIsville .. .. ..Lv. / 2:45am 9:30po Pneumonia often follows Ia 'grippebut I Rotterdam to Pensacola. Lumber Co. 'and: the Egyptians also took a

:!2Oam::: 1:01n'n Ar. .. ..Clncinnatl.. .. ..Lv. 11:00pm 6:00pm ,never follows the use of Foly's I I I No pills is as pleasant: and- positive hand they having been bullish for .: IV.5503.

Honey and Tar. It 'cures la. ,grippe These some time past.. C.W.UMAI. Pred! .nt. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cathlar.
BetweenPcnsacola, Mobile and New Orleans. coughs< and prevents pneumona! andconsumpt'on. a Famous DeWitfs Little Little P1l1 Early,' are Risers.so mild and As a result. of the much better M. E. CLARK Vloc-rrMldtitt .Caihtor.. .. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier.

6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 :I&.4 5&.6 Ask for Foley's Honey 'I effective that children delicate ladies cables' the English market having

7OOamllL05pm11:55amLv ..Fensacola.Ar.- 5OOam' 4:00pm: 6:30pm' and Tar and refuse any substitute 'pf- ani weak people enjoy"their cleansing been dug ,to come about 7 points lower NATIONAL BANK
markets opened at an advanceof THE AMERICAN
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IO'4am :55am 4:12pm Ar Mobile, .. ..Lv. 12:4Itam 11:59atn 2:35pm fered. Mr. G. Vacher of 157.OsgoodSt. effect while strong people say they 'tOUr 17 'points and some good ,
some
6'OOpm,7J5am, : 8:15pm: Ar.. New Orleans Lv4 8:1 pml.-.__ 9:25am ., Chicago writes: "My wife had A 'are the test: liver. .pills sold. Nevergripe. Southern ,buying aided by shorts who OF PIN8HCOL FL*.
severe case ot la grippe three years ..
Flomaton Pensacola River Junction and"Jacksonvllle. ago and H leftwith a, .terrlb'e : 5 had: 'sold, on the, publication of the DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Census Bureau, figures .yesterday
cou' h. She tried bottle Joley'a,
21) 5 I 1 3 Trains do not stop at stations I '2 I 4' I '6 I 22 Honey and Tar'and it gaveher Imm- Carpenters arm Painters. ? forced values 'rapidly higher unUl'an CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $63OM.
:ail'IDaI"IDai1Y: Daily I 'where no.tlme Is shown I Da.ilyIIDaHvfDaU'lbaUy date relief. A 50 cent bottle cured There will be ?: joint, meet in? of advance of- 'some 23. points was establ.shed. -

. .j 4.51;; ::301 2:50 1.Y..Flomaton .. .Ar. U;. 12 82 .. .. her cough entirely." Refuse substi Locals' Nps. 74, U"' B, ,C. 'and J, of ..A, .,.1 DIRECTORS.Henrv -

. 5-00 2:35 : .. .. .. ..Century.. .. ,12-40 1:21 8:21.( .. .. tutes. W. A. D'Alemberte 'druggstand and No. 45& Painters and Decorators, .The' weather was unseasonably cold Braw.er.J.
F. E.
.. 5:07 ::41-3:05.. __ .O' ...Blna.Sprlngs1:33. .S 1:15 8:15...... .. apothecary. of Amer.ca to be held' a: old armory all over' the belt and considerable ( U Covtngton Frank Rellly C. W. ,
Ltmar
8. Rosasco,
. ;;::17'2:51-3:201.' : .. .McDavid.. .. .. ...12:22. 105.8:06.: .... build! 'ng ,next Friday 23. 7 o'clock. p.: rajn: again reported from some sec M. Pfelffer, W.T. F. McGourln. J. R. blunder,
. ;) 30 3:04 .3:36..PineBarren .. .....12:08 12:52 7:55 ..... New Suit Filed.- m.: to cons'der matters of Importance.By .: tions., The market is; essentially a Bryan Duimo)., w. ".,..lIIon. 0. E. %Miura
. .: .:91 3:13: -3:50.. ....MJllno.: .. ... .1.11:59. 12:43 .7:47... ... The following new suits :were filets order Carpenters D. C. weather proposi 9n and while ;we A. r.t. Av ry. : Dr. W. J. Hannah Mvhenzle Orrtlng
W. L. Cawthoo
. .;,. .. ....11:51.12:3..1:39.. ... hardly expect to see' any very great
-13\-4:0.\ ....Quintette. yesterday in the office of the Qlerk of '- anything! in Alex Mc owln, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark.
. .'.;.::53.36:11.; ..Corta e lUll .. ... .11.4 12:2S .1:3-1.. ... the circu't court: --- --- adirance/ at the ,present,

.. .'.5:51': 3:29j.-I:15.: .. .. Cantonment .. .. .1140 12:26 .7:31.: .. .. The Wiley Manufacturing Co.. vs. ..E. A GENTLEMAN'S' TASTE IS BEST, the nature of bad weather will startprices" Banks. Individuals Corporations and Firms Solicited.

.. '. ::013Z1; *4:23 .. ....Gonzalez.. .. .. .1j:5; .1:21 1:26 .... 'M. White bill in chancery;' Geo,. T.: SUITED WITH A upward at once. months a Accounts !
.. .G:0313:36: *4:25.. .. u ...Roberts... .. .. .. .11:33. .U:19 '724..,.. Morgan attorney. for plaintiff. I We believe weak the near but at are the Four,par eant ."tered.Pald on Time Deposits.
. \ .. .1122 1.:15.: ... ,. purchase1 on spots
6l52:45: : -1.4-0.. .. .OlIve. 1.2.09 : William Weatherston vs Mam'e consider the winter
... '.6:2I"3:51: : .- : ... .. .. ..Brent.: :. .; ;.-1115f2:04; : .7:09....... Weath.3rston, bill for divor e* Ci H! CERTIFIED CHECK_ same months time a splendid we sale on all ad: .. -- ... ...
... 6:253:54;), : .. ... .Goulding.. .. .. .11:11.12:01 .... .. Alston so'ic'tor for complainant. I '
the
vances a* :we believe acreage ...*...........4..4-44+ 4 -
.' 6:301 / ...: .itThar'hle ... ... I. .C. 11J .e 4
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4:00 5:091 Ar... ..Pensa.cola Lv. 11:0 11:557:00l. Cochran' vs Amelia:Cocbran.( '5c CIGAR. will .be Immense and the weight of s. REESE Prasldaat. E. W. MENEFEE. Casnler.R. .

Xu :!f't! ,. i \ .1 NO. %2. bill for'd'vorce; C. H. A'stoxisli! .; l AU t qualities of fla ror.aroma the. new crop will fall heavily on :: M. CARY. VicePresideaLTH.POPLS

P.11't I I 1 1 I I I I J 'M. tor:for' complainant. color and gooQ'ma.terlalls'., October and December :

.' 00 .j.. .. .. 7:00: Lv. ..Pensacola ... ... .Ar 10tY: (} ..,. '0.'". .11:15 ": embodied i It. It w1s' estimated in New York >> BANK OF PENSAC01A

:2fl! .1..1.. 7:13.. .. ... .Bohemia.. .. ........... ..... .. .10:65: To draw the firs out of a bum, heala that \.Mr. Prica bought 30,000 to 40- Dir.ctors-L J. R.cvss, J. S. it.es W. DeCX Kessler, R. M. Gary,
.:: .. .1..1.! 7:1'5. .. .. .Gull Point.. .. .....'11:33. .. ; .. .. .10:53 cut without leaving a s.:ar,. or ,to I A. 'Greenhut. & Co. 000 bales during yesterday forenoon i, W. A. D'Aiembelte T. A..Jen..lngs. J. J. Hooton. '

:' .5 :. :. .1.-. ... .. nietra.. !. .,:....; :..: .... .1050; cure boils. sores. tetter e"z ma and a'l! through ,brokers. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
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.29 .'. .. '1:18 .. .... .Escambia. ; . ;... .10:28 .;,.......10:47 skin and scalp diseases use"DeWltt't DISTRIBUTORS. Manchester cables that a good bus! YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
.', 40 ... .. ...S : :: .. ....Mulat.. .. ...:.. .1019 ...; .10:36: Witch Hazel Salve. A specific ,for *PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.! ness has been ,done lately It <*- \..... .......................... ....,..... .....+..

4; !, ... .. .... ... .!' ...llarp. : .'. .. .".'''..' ..... :.10:32F7' pil s. Get the genuine. No remeJy p n4s' trpon:the' weather and.cond't'onnf -" .- -
.t.. .. .7:35. .. .Galt City..j. .. .... 10.1: causes suc..h'speedy relief.: Ask for. 't'O'f".- ('r!. a. favorable opinion -- --
031. .. .. ......... o.a. ... ...-\Illton.. .. ... 101>5.: ..;.. 1014; DaWitt's--the &enu'ne. Florida' and Alabama is .gaining ground there is a good ..

: : :t;. .1. .. ... ..Good Range ..... .. .; ;. .... .* 943; undertone' and any .favorable circumstances 0- L mLTO"f U.t.uBHNrLLCuRI&OR1B!: :".Pa..ItPI.io-& T.MA.N&FOCLD s.: wcit.ss: ):lOl1 vo-n'asnDss'lO.ANI'.c.uBle

sit: . .. .._ 8:15.: ,.: .. ...1i&ts.! .. ...... t.y. .:.. :..1-"" ..* ; : NO FIRE SALE OR .JOSBER LAND COMPANY Tvould cause an advance. R...
: f; . ..... 8:0: ". ;' ..' ....l\Ulllran.. ,.' .. .' :12 ... roo' 8:5_ STOCK. ALL SHOES- DIRECT, The exports of cotton goods from Citizens.'Natiohal' Bank
7 4.. . .. 8:38 ,.. .. ...CrestYew.! ,. ..;., .f.. : .:.. 8:38 \ FROM. FACTORY. Manufacturers of' New York since January 1st amountto .f FekuMoU, Florida.
.r. ... .. .8-56.; .". .. .Deer Land. .):. \.\ .\9:04.. .... 4.... 8:03: -PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS and Deafers in' 63.322 packa? s. valued at $3,553-;) OI fC'OftS.'

{:I. .. .-.. .'S 9'10; .:. .. :.Mossy Head ... .. :;. : ..:....... 7-46. .Corner, 'Intendencia a/id BaYlen.1 LUMBER- SAWED. CYPRESS SHINGLES 730 againSt 64.553 last Transactions year valued indry Wrl 1tt. HOrlI, Bear, .T.B.'\Veil... BUM: Rob1nllfn. L. fiilton Orll.n.
W.
]Ii -. 0.1: 93'5.. '..DeFunlak Springs .. .. 8:13: .-: '.. .. 6S1- NOTI'C j AND KILN-DRIED SAP at $3,453,36500" Geo..
have
China BO far. CEVEA4 AvJrnc aU.'N' TRAldACTID
I o .\.. ...S 944: .. ,. ... .Argyle .. .. ,: '7:4-4 .:_.. ..,.-_' .C:42: ..; .CREW Neither ciptafnown goods nnsatisfactoJ'"in with that this year .4 ; l .
;.2 . '. .. S 9:57: .. ... Ponce DeV=on .' ..::.;. .. 7:9.: .... .... _620; the been less than half the
11j 12. : ...' lo-ho .. .u'Vestvme.. .; ..... "' 1.11 ..}... '... 6:00': a. ers nor consignees!i cf the';: buyers nave taken goods it was expected __ __ __ _J
be
ss Mara will .of
Is t:: .. "'7:12 .... ; 5:52 repons'41e : : -NOOD.. Quantity
: : : ... .10:15.W" .. .. ..CaryvUle: : ; : for contracted tbev ,fcould take up 'to this time
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dts by:
4:)" .. ..Bonifay..' .. ...... 6:55 ..' .. 5:24: .. I .
.. .. 10:30. .. .. lin-
'" : the crew of said I vesseL, I I Spot, are wondering why Jo. "....,.
want men .
i2 . .. .. ... '6:31.- 4:55: : ,All Wn3s! that-yon 1M.c.". 'I. C. .... .
1 ,. .. 10:41.... .. ...Chlpley. ; : GBROUMCH .Capt ter* shouW be counted as cotton as r,.... ,-=-.la.. .x. '"'. "
.4. .u 10:58.: ... .. ...Aycock.. .. .. 04!" ,,6:37 .? 4:39: GULF TRANSIT'CO. Co stgnees.-; they are; worth only half what spinn-, :Wboie1. andRetalfDsel.t&i''
I 43 .g. .. 11:01.. .. ...Cottondale.. .. .. .... 6:18 .iI. 42 PINE able! :'.cotton.Is.. The linter market i Ii' ;
1' .
i- lU) .l .. .11:25.. ., .. .31artaflna.J.. 600.. 3:5a CREW NOTICE. OAK AND a thing apar from the cotton: marketIn SteanzDomesticAflthradteC 0 A L
.t t- H._ .j. ... *11'45 : ;: ...Cypress.. .. ..... .. 5:38: .... .... 3:19 Ne'therthe' captain p rn- that there |Is no }longer such a"
I
;;I .. .1... .1154; :: :: ::Grand Ridge.. .. .. S S:32: .... "- 3:07III. : ers nor cons'gn: of .the! 'cheaper thai}. yu' can buY thing.:as' haters that will spin. While Office-Na '43 '5ffuta' Palafox street. Telephone! 93.

.. .:. ... '1:02.: .. .Sneads.. .. ..:.... 521.; ...;.'.-1' .2 48tu.O a hal Bk. Anna M will be : It anyvwhere..... Any sIze you hinters are substituted for cotton for Tad: !'D r arragona..ind Gonzalez et!'eeta. Phones.Messages '6 and 3'a t DI .'
:. .. .,. .. 12:15Ar..RIver.JUflCttOfl. Lv 5:10
(iI..I. ..... ... ... .Jacks v1l1e.. .....l _. .-... .. .... : tracted by .the' crfew'6f said t which tate the place of cotton in T '- ..

_A.I I (I P..r" '. "_:. -I.. ..,t-. ".'.;.",...'.... ,. .. .1f::LjJ.A.t I J vessel ** ." 'ff : G. SEWELL other industries and cotton which might with becounted this- -morning l. from' South- ,-recent cold snap. San Antonia, reported -
and into a crop
Trains gl1.S leeping between pensacola 1:. OL5CE3E.MASTER. '. This the primary
21 and 22 a.rrf.thr car lintera stated that cotton had been I I ice. was
much sense as are Texas
Jarlison\'ille via River Junction andS eaboard AIrLine- -trains. 18 and 19.s Consignee.. Master.- : 1' .; Phone 614. about'counted(as In.- cototn. killed or materially damaged by. the cause oX to-day's advance.'

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4 *; Knee-length I mm OF THE .Reese 6 Mendil], : ALL WllllNCTO f ; :. .. -- ,: ;


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1k;: DrawersFor CITY HEAlTH The Homo Tailors, f} HELP THE JAP ; .; < I. ,* W J .f > '. I


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and Crepe. ..
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t 4 I Ssverely I Criticised, by b Y Secretary. ='Mi'sFiii'e r<<. .. Thousand ri f-a ,Dollars Has AI' . K' *, *.

a Loose fitting short sleeved I Jones-Necessary Work is ,:', :, ready Been Raised' and FOP, 4 |

t1 Shirts and Drawers :. : Just Received.; ,

"conducive to -Not,:Being Done '.f. : warded to Starving People. ; |
.are very ,
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I Pensacola, Fla. March 19,
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rl 4 weather. We have them. Editor Under Pensacola the caption! Journal"The; SanitaCampaign" 1...:...'.(Jot e'$ .', '. misery. Tales are of now unspeakable filling column woe after and .-h: So great has been the: demand "for'tlils e

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f I the following appeared .f" column of the Japanese press.

MEN'S Ju the .edlfcn-ial l columns of a recent New and' up-tbdatV. lin* '*)I.of 'Sptfn: One story' says "the number of, excellent mineral water that I find it necessary -
llT **' 1Ime'or! The Times-Democrat: of New and Sunjraer ,Suitings; anij' TrouseiSuits those who have already starved to Ie
itr
; Orleans r"After death- and of those who are now at
"r S1 a Suit. I some correspondence between In"'s. from..J17..50.to5p:6o., : : ..I the point of' death because- of starva. ; to order it in carload ;lots.. .

I Governor Blanchard ana'l' Surgeon tion. is not smalL"The ,,. ; .
Trousers from hco": "-'llKOd: ... .. < 4.*
i BOYS' l General.Wyman .of the Marine, Join !our "Gentlemen's Suit :CIUD.I papers, ofc'St"ndaf.: In the heart| -:: ..... t'J
Hospital Service, an arrangement has: of the famine area give the names,
month.Jor
Costs / :
j&H $1 Suit.We've been mad, by which every opportunity -i I an'J only; $l.5p r press' addresses and 'details of many
a : ing ?
small,repairs
;

i1 a splendid line of I visited protect will by themselves-be the fever given last against the year communities a to possi fully I I women's Dyeing' Clothes and 'Cleaning a specialty." 'of men's!! ana ,dread ileaths printed prophecy by lists starvation such made as weeks these and freezing ago fulfil that the;, ysys ysS It -is the Best: Water on Earth I :

Give
$* ble recrudescence of the -disease. 'The us a trlaL We' wilr. appreciate* "the roll-call of Peath" would soon S
fine light weight Shirts business; TV
your '
I Surgeon General has- agreed to place begin. .. *
3>?: for 50 cents to $2.50. under the ,command' Dr. White, ,'REEE.MENDEL'TA11.0RING': CO., i ,60 Intense and prolonged Is. the un-
SfiS I ITh representative of tbe'sel'lvice in this Phpne,675 11 N:,,Paiafox. (: St. precendeted season of. piercing stinging g Stick to old friend and drink the water i2I
district, a. number of expert officials ------ -.- ; cold in the north of Japan, that your
+ ':t. with the 'power to employ, as many 'vitality flickers out_ entirely far more

assistant surgeons "as, may be necessary -, Morris Dan beisser easily than it would do'otberwl3e.Wrltina which are sure will do goad It is the tt
you you
: John White Store to do :ths work. This plan has : : of a. .yislt! to the famine .
been afitopted alter several conferences (Formr Y pf? ..Dahhheissftf Bros.) district Mr. .Francis Owston, who
SttclMlitt lit ii.n'a Mfear. II between, the state and national J Pure: Old Rye .and( Bourbon, Fine was,accompanied by Mr. De .Forest, I original mineral water--ands I
authorities, and the two forces will Wines Beer and Tobacco q! the Sendai Missionary Relief Com.mittee _
205-207 S. Palafox Street work with the harmony necessary to says! he went to the village ...
t' Phone 223. achieve the desired end., Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty. of ,Tamarura, twelve-miles; south"ofJendal. '
"In 'entering upon the new task 12 W. Zarragosca 'Street. There the) village headman
t rlc which has ben given, .to him Dr.White PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. told the visitors bout the condition lit Refreshing I

,- ,--. has. made .ana .excellent I sugges-: : or air the people which was probably. is a Healthful ,Beverage

t, out iousuaonn: completely.wmoa The snouia real fight oe carriea is the, SAFES !r SAFES I SAFES! :SAFES I in fifteen eiample: houses-there of'many was other not village.a particle ,

s fight -to be made by the communities Buy Citbold Safes.. of food. but, the: allers did not
FULL themselves and Dr. White urges that to to all. After inspecting five or

h they'laha vigorous measures to protect Scarritt Moreno* Agent.. six they bad seen "quite enough pf It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs |
.themselves by disinfection and by misery .and sufferlnsMr.- Owston .
destroying' tho breeding places of the says. : I
s fXPRfSS'PREP stegomyia mosquito. He urges that o"t"tr, .. The house. in this district are poor :Company Waukesha Wis. and there- i is- -
a
D' the bulk 'of the work should be done FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. structures of wattle= and mud.' At ; | ;
.TP. by the communities: in interest and some of the houses'we Visited the _
Pensacola. Fla.'
that the Public Health \Service of the mud had fallen off the walls leaving "'neman in bottle! f
$420 United States should be auxiliary to hem open, to Hhq four winds! of every. g
Pens-acola. This "was"'the f
ments in
the work done by the community. leaven. Inside there was hardly"'any ;
fri This is the proper: programme, to council's understanding 'the."situa bedding, clothing,.or mats; 'and.J11; ? I i
'Sr. adopt for in that way alone can .the tion and its intent,. ,when'vit.i voted food; the old 'w!>plen .and chifa'reri
. work be adequately done. The campaign this year's public works ..appropriation looked thin and weak and could
of last Bummer demonstratedthat ; but '",hat has been the result of hardly- speak wjthput! :crying,: yet: 'Call for It and Insist on Having It | :
the execution
of..that'.Indent.Simply\
IDozDfLIVJERCD I unites effort on the part of the none of them bd/4for-belp; ; Th 1
l citizens >was the most effective method an"* unwarranted and profligate expenditure wen' apparently_ , L 'I t n of handling the situation the of public. JuDd. .ot. ''SO: I t
lx fOR scientificpart of the work being done CALLED permanent .improvementsin n r '

I V y the experts of the Federal gov a very' restricted-! area-. !of--the city,l iE-- You should( have it at club at | ;
$12CHAS.BLUM&CO
? em anent. 'These, me-n- will be ready and in no wise baa a "itution'which your your
t may be pregnant with -Mi e -most-'des
{again with their experience their advice .
1 j and their valuable services but perate results been relieved; -j g favorite saloon and on'your sideboard. |j jIi
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it is not.to be expected that they can Ihave been pabliclyaccused of always ,

} 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. do all that .required to thoroughly "having my"stinger( out' : ;
protect the communities visited last I herewith admit that .1''am guilty .of
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
# summer by .the fever.. Individual effort ETERNALLY "having Jijy'stinger
-- --- ----, --- out" for public' "offielal&y'.'whos'cal. .
Is required<< on the part of every
householder it the work is to be completely loused souls are. so. ben'.t upon"prjy'ategain 'ALr :
t' Marine Grocery Co. done and the individual as to neglect -the. :.public.\ weal Ii .c-a.: .L.v.a.; Q. A G .-
should be required by public opinionand in a manner so flagrantss.has /cnaractE'riz I .. .... 1
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.J. 604, 606, 60S, 610 S. Palafox SL by lair to put his premises in, d the course, of: some 'of the .- I
i j Phon; 725. thorough order before the warm sea.' officials of Pensacola.-in..taeir.'rpeipc-:: j t
i ?on begins. tration of the socalledPKRMANENT: i Dis'tribu..ier.: ; i
V. J. VIDAL! I _
; : Manager. Every syllable of the above is food IMPROVEMENT!: of several ;streets '
'! THE H'1ME OF GOOD THINGS TO for reflection -Pensacolians; every in the extreme southeastern section; m ;
1 EATS line of it breathes word of wisdom of the city, while hundreds" of- mosquito > : Wholesale Liquor Dealer \

Just Received: and advice ,that it .were meet that breeding places are" still per-1 I :
j Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch iF-ensacolallans- : should heed. milted to exist throughout the city! to I J" tf
50 klU. of fancy Mackerel; $1.25 perkit. That a "recrudescence" of lastyear's' jeopardize my life and'health:'and the I) '
Fla.
r s trials=-in plain English of health and lives of those I love-:-tof I Pensacola ,
50 kitE Salmon. $1.25 per kit YELLOW FEVER in Pensacola this threaten" the progress and prosperitythe ;
60 kite halibut fins $1.5.per kIt. year would prov fatal l to much and material well-being of tile, city ,
j 'S 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds retard in great measure, everything, that was my home long before those f t t.T.r* t t ._ m if ..
J
officials had dreamer, to breathe the I '
r+ $1.2S per ktLDloateu. I that the future promises to Pensa- .p'raylng for Relief -'
,. r ) Milkers and Roes. Herring cola goes. wltho t"tuesUon; yet what delicious ozone of this sunkissed. .. t
S +; Codfish Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles! of a practical' nature looking to the land akin to paradise: l -- ;
the about, Red
place as we 4 saw none Christian. Herald, through the
rl German ftauer Krout destruction of mosquito breeding I The people of Penaacola:who,"pay Kith the exception; of two or three Croes, 'and ,hasforwarded to the JI J
;; "f Pigs Feet in kite $1.00. places i is being .done here to forestalla the freight to move the..machine, are huddled aver. their fires too ill to American Embassy' in Toklo $50.000
r:'J' Manew and Lange's Fruit Cako. repetition of last year's calamity? evidently not aware that 'they are Indirectly move. The only food visible in the for the relief. of the Japanese! famine I.you I.I.t
contributing'several
National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25e Practically nothing, and one who has I t dollars -to the individual thousand village was a few small daikon; the victims. This is 'a total of $80,000 You Don'fKnowHow Long
t per peuneLWe the temerity, or courage, as you likeit. aggrandizement p&dy remained as it was'cut, the.ears which the Christian Herald has forwarded
handle the celebrated and person..lproftt., of .
blends of to criticise or call public attention certain being empty. The whole village appeared to the department for this
tb city officials: whops almost ;
toffee roasted by the Gulf) City Coffee to the unmitigated criminality of this I exclusive to begin the last stage of e"es-" purpose. .
I; Co.. H. P. Cb man. Manager. energies have been directed to '
r. beglect. is enjoined to KEEP QUIET, ; t
titution and and Informed contributionwas -
misery, we were Accompanying this :will .keep in good health'Wo1lldn't it be well
Oaxaca. 35c; lb.; Gold Standard. 25c lest supiekm' be aroused. Why the improvement of a' section! of, the to r
x Ib: ,Diamond Blend, 25c Ib Golden I city familiarly known as "the hath bad as yet received no assist thet promise that another check consider the question of life insurance while
; cringe and whine like a yelping cur *' ance. If not sOOn forthcoming the fpr- $50,000. probably would' ha forth ;you c
Rio. 20e lb.Strictly since "Truth** needs : house district. f can get i lIt? Better let the Equitable
no floweds of v greater part, of these people must inevitably coming from the Christian Hera'dnext : carry the risk. t
frwsh i It is recorded in
roasted and history, thati
as good speech? There is
no yellow feverin
from starvation and is to raise
perish aim a
week: The
e as any Coffee sold in this city. Pensacola i "Nero !flakiled' while Rome burned.' .
now-no suspicious cold firewood being almost as-scarce fund',of $250,000 to1: succor,the starve f
Send us'your orders and we will de sickness; absolutely none but there W. C. JONES food.. If this the state-'of affairs Insuraslctf Knowles Gen'l A Sf4 f,
: *3 i.a fag Japanese; which Dr. Klopsch considers Bros.to
liver prom tJT. ; P.S. In justice l tq'}the cftY'Om' '
was yellow fear hare from August Fin" Lila .
.
dais I should have 'f .in the centre'.of-a rich rice pro- a. sufficient refutation of..the Pmsarola
-- --- 29, to December 1st.: 1905, and no Incorporated in ,
----- the above, ducing district what must it ben published statement that the ..Amerid&'n -
and really did to
a intend ,
f sane man in Pensacola disputes the that some excellent work' ha been the villages up' 1 In?Ghe hiss? It' wiJI' people we. falling to respond (
assertion that there was; and no done within the three undoubtedly' be many months before President. Roosevelt's appeal in their T- __ 'r'

1 HOW ABOUT well elsewhere Informed, disputes! man in that Pensacola the stego-01 the partial draining past of: the'month: .Maxent* :.n t there what is any Is brought food 'in this in from district outside,except behalf. ,.........,.... .........................................
tract or. more familiarly known to I :PBIN:
myia mosquito ww responsible for Pen and, in the meantime what are all The Original! Laxative Cough Syrup sLCJOLB :
saooUa
the :
ns. old CawaBlanca, '
the Introduction into Pensacola from in the western section'of..the. ity.I these starving people .to do? is,Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. ; iron Works
YOUR some other Infected point and its dissemination More heroic, almost superhuman, It,expflli all cold from the system by and Supply Co. : I 1
BOY ?
after it
was importedhere. courage an.QI'proud endurance in the acting M fc' cathartic on the bowels. MMVteetiirera. 'and Repairers of *
of the MACHINERY AND BOILERS8TEAW6HIP, .
yellow plague
of last midst of has certainly
adversity nev
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Tab: t few Kenoedr/e. Latative'Honey and Tar ita FORG..oa, MILL AMU'STEAMSHIP SO-PPUa.s.
autum.
er been recorded In'the'annals' his .'certain. and harmless for REPAIR,
safe
: care A. ( tI
; DOES Ht;; NEED ANEW The erstwhile theory but now II UIhI doses of the tory. In striking evidence of this &PaIAL1Y. Prompt attention glean to aU orders
cold4.craap.aad whooping cough. day or.a1IhL, Age for James *
.
McKay
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ILAW. of BRA "Co 'celebrated and
fr \QUIT? BOYS ARE mosquito transmission of Bitters this fact comes the report of the Hendai TimberDogt. sue .aln > Log Y
of
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yellow fever has been dcscrlp on'- Office ResldeBcI -
phone 123.
repeatedly re- ( and Missionary Committee: "If you ask .
}! USUALLY HA.RD ON cognised officially 'in Penacola's Spring .r..te.aCaJrage.1i 1645. pkose.FO2)-.P. 0- Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .
$ gov bluntly. "Hare any starred to death n ; .. ....
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ernmentalcircles keep y strong ,In letters N NNNNNNN.NN...............o.NNN,1
.. THEIR CLOTHES. AND ; yet as inquired or frozen to death? you will receive one of the of Grui Pattn .
above, what has;' ben accomplishedby a>sd' byilthy. a quick and almost indignant negative written In':IMS the l learned bibliophile I

FOR THAT REASONWE the onlQlaJs l oi'>'Pensacola to obviate It,Curgs for your'"replyL But it one.:.ap- i7i'MZt: >irtra that there is here ... .. ... .t.... .. .ij.. :
a recurrences .or, as the TjmesDemocrat ,'*.* "Vi, preaches this Bad condition of affairswith'
ALWAYS MAKE IT S Fever, ta -SttgilshmaBL the son of a French

a'h' A POINT TO BUY THE escenca" 6r"would last express summer's, it. "recrnd-and auturn's 'Colds Hng,. GrippeJndiflestlen tears fut In the and-eyes sympathy as the he-hesitating will see; that nun,wU was roll proposes from Paris tomake to Fontaine-carriaKet'.WITHOUTLIGHT J !1 1

trials and tragedies? A perusal reply, I
zti STRONGEST AND MOST 'of'some'ofthe' Costiveness comes: 'Well, there may possibly bleu without. horses in a day. The new
public records in be acme' caSes. There was a .
t, SERVICABLE, AND AT the city's archives to-wit. the City ', 'Ryepgpela,, woman found frozen to death under machine-Is' preparing' In the Temple.If :
tl. THE SAME TIME Health .Offlcery: and Sanitary Inspec BITTER? Wek Kidney the steps of the village shrine last It.saould' succeed' there will be a GOULD NOT. SEE !I. t\:
tors'reports, reveals the fact that great saving of hay and oats which are".Un : '
Fri innumerable or ,lnsmnia.Good night: Another' reply was 'A half f T 1 h
tti I mosquito breeding holes famished woman failed to 'haTf.strength ..nt extremely" costly"FAKE' :'r. :so :'irlthontighf! ? ; 'people cannot the l have
are being'reported 'constantly but '; + see goods you :
HAVE AN EYE re ; enough to give ..birth'to her '
I displayd! in. your. window-in fact cannot see the&<>u8eitself. .1
ceive'no .
.attention. The -- '
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child the other night and froze to ,
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FOR STYLE. report( 'last month recites death ia'that 'condition."* HAIR PREPARATIONS. Ji
the fact that 441. Jots -needing filling Grit such .as shown in. thisand :, > tI
X WE CAN SUIT YOUR have been,'reported to his department Service r numberless similar Instances is an Oo. Main No ''Good, But Often Cause I GAS:: ARC LIGHTS S
recently.and by blm'reported I
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I attribute which apeals peculiarly and It. to Fall Out. i
yc BOY up." (an of, this -being independentof American *
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ANY STYLE HE insistently to the heart. 'make': people'see both the business house and also what t
t standing pool in,-streets' -and the You'll Get AHhongh! there bes :been unusual 'delay Many hair preparations are "fake" 1s shown in the window 300 arc t 1
WANTS AND choked candle gas
AT A POSITIVE gutters and street drains power ;
in wwirtbuUng from its plenty on because they' are merely scalp irri cost "S cents I.
i; SAVING IN throughout the city.'*which confront the par. ,tit this collectively and individually tants. They 'often .cause a drynessmaking :.. ,. only an hour. . : I
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1' the least observant of us every day.) greatest and richest nationon the hair brittle, and, finally
PRICE-$1.50 TO $6.00 From daJ..to day ana from weak to from your linen if :we earth the response to appeal lifeless Dandruff is the cause of all l I| Pensacola Gas Company i
week, these conditions are permitted launder. It. Our! method from and other with iair. It
our president souroai[! trouble !is a germ disease. .
to continue unconnected, that less important is not to.pound the"fabric has ; and I.
-L I become] generous' widespr II "show work" may be done. to pieces, 'hot\t rather to The delay feterred to is intelligently) ,. it digs to the root of the hair I Phone.:r4'24: :and 27 E. Ga den Street. 1 :

I j For the fiscal year, beginning October preserve it, and ,9nd It explained by the fact that the brave where' It' destroys the hair's, vitality,i ..>...>.e..e...e.......NNN.NNN4.v .otDN1N.N1 ,
1st., 1905.) the city council appro- home to you, lookIzi'fitto little J ups have b ea. slaw to obtruue canting it to fall out._ To cure dan- H .
i I H 0. ANSON I iriated funds sufficient to destroy wear {their miseries upon the notice of the '&-uff, the germ Kiust be killed. "De '.' -- ,-- a(
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en"fmosquito breeding pool In a outside world; they.knew how ,to surfer buoy the-:cause, you remove the -' .
pub,c place. In PynsacoU; and at The Star SteamLaundry. and to.die better: than how to beg. fect.*" Newbro" ilerpiclde is .ef'l .. .t Order Your
t r: CASH CLOTHIER the same time, to kwp'n repair and The subjoined statement from the only hair preparation that kills ee
In sanitary condition every foot of ICC COAL and WOOD1'rD1.
improved state department at Washington conclusively dandruff ;germ: thereby leaving the ,,
streets and hundreds of sustains reputation 'of hair to grow,, luxuriantly. For sale! by .
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M Corner PiUfox and Min! blocks of unimproved streets, pend- : 1he 'a
the ;\ erica" as the ibnoner of nations tieA- p'Alemberte. druggist an
tug certain flotation of public S7 Baarden 8t. Ptton4111.Peneuoia : "
''a distress: apothecary 121 .South Palafor atreeor ,
t t' .f I Improvement bo&awproposed' for "a ..,:, Fl4" ,' ,'j y...9.l'f Washington, Mar. '16.. The stale jsend .IOC in stamps for sample t g>- t

4 t td sJ1Llftarl.'t: t m..an4 .street improve- ,. department to-day-T: eiTedlrom To The Herplcide Co.. Detroit, .)I1ch. -1
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