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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I FIERY DEBATE IN HO USE -- THE AlC'ECfi' NO AGREEMENT' ; : BETWEENOPERATORS ADVOCATES BIG tS: f




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'CONFERENCE INCREASE IN f

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Measure Placed in Hands of Con POUR. SAILING VESSELS

Commtttees are Divided.Upon

ferees and Request Made for WRECKED ON THE COAST I ILLAGREE NAVY

Every Proposition. S
Conference With Senate. _

THREE SCHOONERS AND A SHIP. ASHORE ON VIRGINIA AND NORTH -
By Associated Press. they were on February 2 when the
CAROLINA COASTS: AND WHILE EFFORTSARE BEING No,Longer Any Doubt that t Differ- Indianapolis, Mar. .22.-After being former joint conference' disagreedand T Secretary Bonaparre Wants Two
SENATE ROASTED la session the greater part of the day adjourned sine die. Every indi-i

MAQE TO SAVE THEM, NO FAVORABLE REPORTS ences Over Moroccc Will Be the joint scale committee of the joint cation to-night points to a disagree- 16,000 Ton Battleships! or .
I inference of coal operators' and the ment of the two joint scale committees
FROM THREE: HAVE BEEN 'REC IVED. Amicably S"ettled. : United Mine Workers of America of morrow and the convening to One of Tons.
the central competive and southwest a joint conference of the two districts 19,000
Congressman Bedfi Refers to Its I'" ern district adjourned late this after to receive reports to that effect
By Associated Press. British
sailing ship Clyde and the four
until mine's
noon to-morrow divided on VicelPresioent Lewis of the
Members as Degenerates. sels Norfolk Mar. 22.-Four sailing ves masted schooner Harry T. Hayward.i, Meeting of Delegates 1 Has Been every proposition that had been made said: "There will certainly be a d's-
lay wrecked on the Virginia and SURPASSES
DEWEYIn
Efforts being to
are made save all of
North during the day by either 'side. They agreement unless the operators recede -
Carolina coasts today. These these Vessels but no favorable reports," I were .nearer' an agreement, than from their position."
Postponed to Saturday.
vessels are the three masted schooner have been received from any but the .
PRAISES PRESIDENT FOR GIVING, Raymond T, Maul, the three masted Clyde. This Is unprecedented in the -- t -

HIS DAUGHTER TO MEMBER OF schooner Harland'' W" Houston the marine, history of this coast I f of Justice Recommendations for Increaseof
I SITUATION_ ADMITTED, TO BE INTRICATE Department Will
THE HOUSE-DALZELL AND; I

WH-LIAMS ALSO H ARD'FROM I I Twenty=Seven Dead Taken : AND 'DETAILS OF Officially Notice Lynching Naval Power

(AGREEMENT NOT YET FIGURED .
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-RAILROAD RATE. BILL DISCUSSED I from West Mine OUT ,- PROPOSED AUSTRIAN II I ESTIMATE FOR CONSTRUCTION'
I Virginia I By Associated Press. granted a right of appeal which acted

IN SENATEBy ; POLICE POLICY WILL BE PRE. Washington Mar. 22.-.The: department ag a stay of execution. The district AGGREGATED TWENTY-THREE, : 4
I attorney for that district will be
i iI of Justice'will take official notice MILLION, SIX HUNDRED THOU
I SENTED. instructed to make a thorough Investigation
.By Associated Press. In min"e
I working the the
at time and '
of the lynching of the Ed. '
negro the facts and if warranted
Associated Press. of
Fairmount, W. Ya.., Mar. 22.-A it is believed many are ,dead I eBy AND DOLLARS, THE CHIEP
fllohnson, at Chattanooga, in nhoue to proceed'under ,the Federal statutes
Washington, Mar. 22.-The statehood I telephone message from Century; a A special train .with six hundred '
'bill was taken from the speak-''|small mining' town thirty miles from men who will be formed into a rel'.ef II Associated Press case the Supreme Court last Monday against the participants., ITEM BEING FIFTEEN MILLION*

rrs table in the house today, placed.In i' this place, says an explosion took corps, has gone to the scene: Algeciras, Mar, 22,-On _account of FOR THE TWO BATTLESHIPS ,
place in amine there this evening At eleven
o'clock twentyseven
to-night
the bands of three selected conferees Five dead bodies have been removed I the slight indispos.tion of the chiefof
men ha':a' been taken out of the Snow Blockade on Southern
and request made of the sen-I'j Explosion occurred at 4 o'clock mine dead and *many others horribly the German mission at the Moroccan s

ate for a conference on the disagreeing I One hundred and fifty jnen were injured. conference, the. meeting of the By Associated Press.

( votes of the two houses. This action t I aeUgates to-day was :postponed until Line of D. cF /?. O. Ry. Broken the,Washington.Navy .Charles Mar.Bonaparte 22. ,-Secretary, appeared ot-
Austrian
Saturday, The new police
was not accomplished without before the House oa
i many words, and votes. lUNNEl.UNDERTHE. SIX MEN: BURIED 1-olicy wilt then be presented! 1 S a.t .. Naval Affairs today in Committee support"of an

, Features of the fiery debate on the The delegates agreed that the disputed By Associated Press. arrival of through train from Den increase for the navy.

! UNDER SNOW SLIDE points are being "settled slowly -! Durango, Colo., Mar 22.-The snow ver. .\Secretary Bonaparte; advocated an
: remarks bv Represerta
were
question A train loaded with
-, but the situation is ntncate and 1 blockade which has existed uninterluptedly fifty passengers appropriation for two sixteen thousandton
the J, Adam Bede. of Minnesota, during which was snowbound for twelve battleships and in cue
congress
the delegates do not 'Jhet how 'the Southern line of the
accord
: which he told of his approval of on days on Cumbres pass reached Alam-: does not see fit to provide for two
i the particularly because he BEHRING By Associated Press. can be reached but no longer Denver & Rio Grande Railway since osa to-day. The snow' ,was, piled up such ships, he urges the construction
president in marriage to Granite. Colo, Mar 22, An enor doubt that an .agreement will bereache .March 11, was broken, to-day' by the to the smokestack of the locomotive of one nineteen thousand four hun
i had given his daught'er f' I
,
I mous snow slide came otown' last dred ton ship tIn
I a member of the House- of Representatives evening in the \VInfield this recommendation he
Clear
: and not to a degenerate prince Creek district killing, 'it' is!;and reported It became known' late,.in the day FOUR DROWNED BY ed Admiral Dewey who surprised surpass the

t of representatives: of "that house of STRAITS 1 1I at 'least six men. Among the dead th tth :Austrian, amended, propose" !'AUDI! SAID TO committee by advocating an eighteen

i detention at the other end of the :are Harry Wineborn, a pioneer prospector tion' has taken definite shape.and the: OF TUGBy ) thousand ton battleship,after the .typo
capitol i and' mining man of Chaffee exact wording Is now being settle' I SINKING of the English battleship Dreadnought

l Mr Dalzell. of Pennsylvania championed I ,county Ambassador White and the"British The secretary's estimate .for construction -

3 bill to the the special conference: rule which and Mr sent Wfl the I, Project of American Trans-Alaska' .SOLDIER FINED $150 FOR and American' .delegatej thin : re:together Associates.. Press:. ) IE UNDER lion three aggregated hundred thousand twenty-three dollars.mil.
&dx
]hams of Mississippi, suggested that I : engaged in > ? over the re- New Orleans, Mar. 22-News of Of this sum the chief item Is fifteen

ir republicans would need a special I Siberian Co.. Favored'at CARRYING 'STILLETTO maining. difficulties the sinking ,of the tug Mary B. sev.eral 'milIiondollars for'the two new battle
I the river and the
, piajer of the chaplain after they had .i It miles up ships recommended .
Artilleryman Nation, who was arrested CLEANING UP THE BRITISH drowning of four negro deckhands
finished with statehood. Russian Court. '
i I II I Wednesday' afternoon by Police : yesterday was brought here to-day:
ARREST
STEAMER AUGUST BELMONTThe
I Officer Simmons for carrying The tug struck a floating log which INCENDIARIES '
BILL'DISCUSSED
RAILROAD RATE
concealed about his person a stiletto, ; knocked a hole in the hull and the .
.; BY SENATEWashin'ton By Associated Press. was fined .$150 and costs in the British steamer .August Belmont boat sank in.deep water. Taj officers -
;-which arrived here a few days had FIRE(: COTTAGEUNOCCUPIED
' railroad SL Petersburg, Mar %2.-Tne municipal court yesterday morningby and balanceof the crew a
Mar.The '
Recorder Laney. since from*Bremen, Is now receivinga narrow escape from, tfrownlng. .
rae bill occupied practically all of the sympathy of emperor Nic'hoJas. premier The fine is one of the heaviest imposed thorough cleaning up. All of the Negro Apprehended at Gulfport.

I time of the senate today. Two Witte and other members of tho in this court on this cha.sc?, work, which includes painting is j'being S. YACHT MAYFLOWERREACHES HOUSE, OWNED BY
speeches were made, one by Mr Lodge ministry of well as other powerful infiue'nces but Recorder Laney like Judge done on the Interior of th'eis I, U. FERNANDINA Bears a Resemblance to the

and the other by Mr. Spooner. at the court have been en.I I Beggs, is determined to stop the carrying and it will be some ' '
'Mr. Lodge spoke in advocacy of his thel I of concealed if it Is is, ready to start taking cargo '
weapons
listed by Baron Loicq da Lobel in By Associated Press.: Murderer of Burnham. .
amendment looking to the enlargement possible to do so. The vessel will load for Antwerpand I I LY DAMAGED.
of the Interstate Commerce Com project of the American TransAlaskan I, Liverpool and will carry an 'Im- Fernandina Mar. 22,-The United

mission and in doing so replied sharply I Siberian Co., for the construe*!on !.mense cargo, a portion of which will States steamer 'Mayflower arrived here In unoccupied, cottage located oit
to some r'C'ntt utterances of Com!of a tunnel under Behring straits Noted Chemist DeadNew be about 9,000 bales of cotton, 1,000.. today and will remain: here awakingthe A negro'bearing a,close.resemblance:.East Jackson street, 'between Palafoxand
missioner Prouty. He said some 'of ,from East Cape to Kansk and three York. :Mar 22.-Prof. R.. Od- ':hogshead tof leaf tobacco and a miscellaneous -.. arrival of Mrs.' Roosevelt and to James Amis, the murdererof I Guillemarde streets was badly
the utterances of Eugen V. Debs were thousand miles of railway to connect. den Doremus the noted chemist, died cargo of-lumber and other members of her family: for a cruise In Officer-:Burnham, is'' held in jail in damaged by fire last night. In factit
not capable of'do'ng! as much harm as with the Siberian railway.ASSAULTED at his. home here today aged 82 >ears. items. j I I southern waters., walmost completely destroyed
GulJport an investigation. ,
pending
lime of the utterances of Mr Prouty. 4 -- and will hare: to be rebuilt j J
Mr Spooner devoted his attentionto The authorities there believe they The blaze'Was' discovered shortly af '
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the constitutional powers of inferior A have the right man, and have for ter 10 o'clock and an alarm from box \

courts contending that these warded' to Sheriff Van Pelt a photograph 47 summoned the fire department to I j

courts could not be destroyed nor STATE WITNESS I ... of the negro, but this has not the scene. The blaze; however, had (
.
(heir Jurisdiction: taken from them. UL- gained considerable headway bt>for '!
reached here.Immediately .
yet
The discussion closed with the usual the hose companies reached the scene j I
after the muraer and began to play water the
exchange of courtesies between Mr. upon
Spooner and Mr Tillman.CONDITIONS Hays Robienson a negro who has {[ Marshal Schad telegraphed a description flames, and as a consequence the entire
been in Pensacola for a number of of the murderer to Gulfport, in roof and portions of the aides of
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months without any visible means of f."J ( l" .:.. ..,. .I t ....:-.... the hope of causing his arrest if he the building were burned before' la'
OF -alwajs dressing well was finally extinguished. ,
1 support, although c J \ Pp '
6 and seemingly! having ,plenty of moneyis ,v-,. '-A'Jv \.. should pass through that place or Th* fire is believed have been of .
THE WEATHER to serve the 'next six months on the stop there. As Ardis worked In the incendiary origin as the building bad *

county roads for. .assaulting- a state f J: turpentine camps while servinghis!! been unoccupied far over two week.

witness. I'. :.n" time as ,a convict it 'is the opinion When the fire was first discovered the
Robinson was before v'J r flames were bursting through the
Wednesday f\.. roar
;C that he will follow this business for
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE YES the court upon the charge of vag- I J having started on the inside.
officers a livelihood and it is possible that he 4
ran C)'. The had?summoned a '
TERDAY WAS 60 DEGREES- number of witnesses for the state, $Ot ,.:.. :: was making for the turpentine farmsof
and he was convicted 'as charged and x la 5140 7 ,.. Mississippi when his arrest 'was MRS. M. LAGOS
t -" <
RAIN IS EXPECTED TO- .
'
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sentenced to pay a fine of $15 and .. f:" effected.
MORROW.Fair costs which he did, and was given his "S : t: Deputy Saunders now has In his DISCHARGEDWAS
liberty.. ....._ ., : : _
possession the description 'of the negro
He had no sooner gotten out of :
weather is the forecast for Pen- out I .' as taken by the state when he
trouble before he sought one of i'C7ic.c ARRAIGNED IN RECORDER',
wcola and vtclnity: today. The temperature the state witnesses and proceeded to -P .,. '. was sent from here. ,It shows In addition -

is also expected to continue give him a sound thrashing. He das ,0&i LiX .'--.....".. to other marks that the toes COURT FOR SPREADING
flsng.: Yesterday the maximum temperature arrested by the police and later by tile
of the right foot have been mashed FALSE '
A: REPORTS
was .60 degrees Weather county officers 'and yesterday mornIng : !//If ABOUTCONTAGIOUS
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:,: off. This fact was telegraphed to
Observer Reed In his forecast of he went before the court upon.the *
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DIS- '
'ea her conditions said yesterday: charge of assaulting a witness. j7 ..:. -,' Gulfport yesterday afteruoon'in order _
'The over Lake Superior that the officers might examine
depression The negro entered a plea of guiltyto '. .' -> EASES.
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ednesdav morning moved rapidly to the charge and was somewhat sur-- ana1: make sure if they have the right

the upper St. Lawrence valley andhas prised when Judge Beggs passed a .: \ w < : party but up to a late hour last nightno Mrs. 31. Lagos, who was ,arrestedby

caused high westerly gales since sentence of six months at hard laboron -. ".... .-.x i reply had been received. the police several days ago upon
p. Wednesday over the lake re- the county roads upon him \1: Correct Description.. the charge of having caused to be
ton the Ohio valley and New York,' .:... .J'. ',. The correct. description' of Ardig, I Is spread about the city false reports regarding
hich Buffalo.t '- "L as follows the existence here of
reached sixtymiles at J contagious -
Tis disturbance has been followed b> REGISTRATIONBOOKS \ Color negro: sex. male; date of arrival diseases was arraigned In the!
aa April 27, 1903* weight 175 municipal court
area of high barometric pressure'1"h "i1Ii. yesterday morning
ch is \ -central over the Missouri' 'f. :... founds; height 6 feet 10 inches; and given a hearing before Recorder
NOW OPEN .. build, medium; age. 25 years; hair
talley with a ridge of high pressure Laney. At leant, a portion of a state-.
I black: color dark ginger cake; forehead -
ment was secured from her.
extending from the (IDakotas to Flor- .
high and round; ears, large:
W*. A trough of low pressure overlies Mrs. Lagos was -exceeding/! ner-
nose fiat; mouth medium; teeth, when she came into court and
TOUS
the plateau and snow has the
region | Supervisor Scott now has registration chin ; neck, medium
*et in d good; square ; no sooner had her name been called ;
over northwestern Wyoming; ; books open 'at"the court shoulders, ; birthplace Pens-
square ,
light 1 for her to come forward and enter a x
snows have fallen In the lake region house and In addition to that he has .;;. ,, :.fr",..._ cola. Peculiarities: Length of fort 11, plea than she fainted. This delayedthe
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and the New England '
on reaching who -'
deputies
following vaccination left
appointed the inches; marks on
for about ten minutes whenIt
rains coast have turned to rain. Light will) have the..books open in each ot "':' I :l.rm. toes off right foot, been mashed again case proceeded. When she wan }
have occurred in the Pacific ._ : i
the city !precincts as follows- and; small scar on right forearm asked to make a statement she again
states Warfield. at y:. .. .
12.-Wm.
Precinct < ___-: :' fainted and another recess of court
Temperatures: have risen In gulfand Warfield Grocery Co'ls.st' re, corner : = .. 51. MONUMENT IN HONOR was taken to allow her to recover. i

Atlantic states and fallen from Alcaniz and Inteniaencia.- ..' : '' .[..... OF NAVAL MUTINEER Afterwards she made a statement,
o.oradoVyomhfg and Montana Frank Maura at ; .4 ,
Precinct IS ,_ '.' a VJ and was discharged by the recorder.
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heir f$ vard to the western portions of Judge Landrum's office. ',' ::. c ', -"{ By Associated Press. Drs. Anderson and Pierpont were

Were lock frosts and Pennsylvania. There in'a Precinct 14.Abe Danisls,- at JasMcHugh's ,- .. St. Petersburg Mar 22.-Popular witnesses in the case, and told of tile >
again this morning store. abscriptkms have been opened at circulation of the rumors several days t
Alabama' Georgia northern Florida! Precinct 15J.: Dougherty, at .
n various places with which to bnlld a ago: It Is the intention of the city
the Carolinas. j his store 100 South DeVUlers street monument In honor of LJeutv,Schmidtleader' authorities to strictly enforce the ordinance -
Jt *'lj: be warmer in western Flor-I The books will.. be open 'until April '. J {1 of the naval ,mutineers st Se relating to the circulation of

main tonight! where the weather will 17 so that all.who are not cow regn- WHAT CARE WE: ABOUT' POLITICS' GRAFT,'LEGISLATION OR THE-.KING.OF'! HISTORY::, WHEN -. bastopol., who,was executed,, March reports:of the existence of contagiou
fair before "
through Friday with tered may have opportunity I when exit
re-I 19 : L diseases none ...
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Ttralle? tranQs, the primary of 'May., 15. THE ONLY REAL EVENT OF THE YEAR LOOMS UP AGAIN! i y

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:f t JUSTICE OF PEACE TO B. R. deLANNEAU( GENERAl..ORDRS.. 1- -t...-.tt.fJ.tSl; ::!t im'fl! ,.. .njj.n j n.tn"_, .. I ,f t.o .3"1I\JuQP.-B Jr '....'!t"J'-I*": :!!1


'M.fl GOES TO ATLANTAWELL FOR 'THE REUNION. SOMETHING'NEW t l

BE CHOSEN PRIMARY -I 1 \ d

II tt .- .
KNOWN WINDOW DRESSER Official order announcing_the general "SELF PAVING INSURANCE"3
I reunion of' the United States ..
Successor to Judge Landrum RESIGNS POSITION TO ENTER Confederate Veterans in New Orleans "T "
Broward Will Not Appoint :I: :> JL."Insurance a1. c. E. L. fo
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1fIfGovernor on Afcrll 25, 26 and 27 were Issued .. ,
;j' But Will Allow Voters of District to Choose His A LARGER FIELD. March .20 i py> Major, General . :
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Francis, P. Fleming commanding: the f
M Florida divisionS U. C. V. ? that Assures" haS.C
Election.
E It Successor in Coming B. R. deLanneau for the past In"additloiv to the announcement of
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eight years window dresser at the the reunion and'the official naming of Protects both you and family. Over 100000.000 in force December 31, 1905. !B!

V3.ETTER Forbes Department Store, has resigned the sponsor and her maid of honor, Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 1.21. l:|
: RECEIVED BY CHAIRMAN INFORMATION his position and he left last night who will represent the division at ) t
for Atlanta where Mrs. deL nneau New Orleans, the brder appoints Comrade [

t REILLY OF EXECUTIVE COM FOR DEMOCRATS now is. J. K. Munnerlyn quartermaster The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance i
INSTRUCTING HIM TO Mr. delanneau's many friends in general of the division with the rank i Company
MITTEE. Fensacola will regret to learn of his of lieutenant-colonel. Following is a I ,
I INCLUDE THIS OFFICE IN THE departure, but 'will wish him.well in copy of fie official orders: sc4 OF PHILADELPHIA |4 '
WOW BEING SENT'TO, VQTERS BY the larger field to which he is going. "Headquarters Florida' Dhrteion U. C. '1&I CAHO A. REDDITT District Manager Chlplay Fla. "
tL:: LI&TOF!, THOSE TO BE FILLEDIN His work at the Forbes"Store was V.. Jacksonville. ., March 20. t: e
THE STATE ,EXECUTIVE COM- the first real window dressing that "General Orders No. 3. I
THE PRIMARV.: I Pensacola had enjoyed and. without "In pursuance-of' General: Orders B I mm mm i
MITTEE. disparaging in the least the work of No. 33 issued from the general head
the other artistic window dressers quarters the. major general commando''
Chairman t Frank Reilly ot the seen here since then, It can be truth tog announces that the ADULTERATED -I
Coirajty) ''Dentocratic Executive Committee The Democratic State Executive fully said that he stood at the top nual reunion of. the United! Confederate BURROWES'Fly )
"f yesterday received a letter Committee sending,to'leading Democrats -of his profession in this city. Veterans :win be held in: th? city WII
from Governor Broward. .relative to and tq local committeemen a In a larger field Mr. deLanne u's of New Orleans, La., on Wednesday FOOD IN ,SOUTH I
,, :filling the office of justice of the pamphlet giving the official call and exceptional talents will have, more Thursday aDd Friday; April 25?.," 26
h.! peace of the Second District, which! I containing other information relativeto room for development and application : and 27. and Mosquito S reens !
and his friend& ,here will be The unbounded hospitality of the
::4 is ,to be made vacant by the resignation the primary. says the Jacksonville SOUTHERN. STATES THE DUMPINGS
of his fortune at of New: Orleans their cordial
of Judge Landrum. I Metropolis. glad to hear good people .
,. The governor in order to giv* the The names of the members show all times. welcome and the royal entertainmentof 'GROUND, FOR; SPURIOUS ,AR
t voters {)f this district an opportuulty several changes, which are due to those who attended previous reunions Sent on Thirty Days' Trial, Freight Prepaid.
., of. expressing their choice. in the selection deaths: resignations, etc. There are, Alice Roosevelt's,.Wedding, held .there, the many attractions TICLESOFF000. .
.was 'something to be recorded. the' of that 'city, and the: extensive < b
of A person to fill the office, however, two vacancies which! await It
I will not make an appointment but the action of the local committees in annals of history. Herbine has been preparations' now being made, give All:material needed for attaching! .the scree Sand: :doors Included without ci
acknowledged th;' greatest pt liver assurance that the reunion of 1906 '& extra cost.. '
lias (instructed Chairman Reilly to the counties of Hamilton and Sumter. Special to The JournaL ,
I include this office In the list of thoe: The committee a. it stands at pres. regulators, A positive cure for Bilious will be one of the most enjoyableand Orleans Screens: are made only to order yet returnable: if not satisfactory. 51:
New Mar Couthern
of : con
headaches, Constipation, Chills successful in the history our $
1 which are to be filled in the primary ent is as follows: '
;iT of May 15. The governor's letter1 is Alachua-Dr. J. F. McKinstry.: and Fever, and all liver complaints. J. organization. gressmen ae'having their attention MORE'THAN 200,000 HOUSE'S ARE, FITTED WITH 'BURROWES' 3'tIiC
41cJI a3 follows: Baker H. J. Rhodes. C. Smith, Little Rock Ark., writes: Selecting of Delegates. sharply called to the purer food bill SCREENS. -
4 t The Letter."Tallahassee ''Bradford-A. V. Long.Brevard : "Herbine is the greatest liver medicine '"As provide t by Article 5, of the: now before the 'house'and which Recently Every practical i improvement In construction
screen
: .,i 'March 21, 1906. -Wade-S. Jones. known. Have used Ht for years constitution, each camp is entitled to thirty during' the past ".
the ''Particular: years was first used by ns.
passed pate.
"lion Frank Reilly. Chalrmsn Democratic Calhoun-W. B. Clark. it does the work. Sold toy all drug one delegate to every twenty active ,8
i" 1 Executive Committee, Pen- Citrus-J. M. Young. gists. members in good standing,i and one stress is laid upon a recent article in Drop portal to P. 0. Box 104 or phone 1016 .and local representative
Collier's Weekly by Samuel Adams, .
f'41 sacola, Fla.: Clay-S. M. "Hendricks. additional for a fraction of ten members will call to give'you estomates. '
in which he elates that the south,
-- "Dear: Sir-Hon. James R. Lafa- ColumbIa-John W. Hatcher. New Suits Filed. provided that every camp in .e'C1
,
for has been the .dumping .
for The( following new suit file4 entitled to at least years -
4' drum, justice of the peace the Dade-E: M. Dimick. was good standing'is C1r.
,c"ti Second District of Escambia county 'DjSoto-W. E. Leitner. yesterday In the office of the clerkof two delegates.. 'Camps In good starling ground for. every variety of adulterated -N1OJWIO

:' -1t$4' take has resigned effect May his 1st office.1906.resignation As the to Duval-P.-:J.A M.\''Dlgnan.Escambia Muldon.. JeVelles the circuit'&; Coliss court Confectionery Co. alternates.may also select the same' numberof I IAa and seems food to manufactured be the: finest in field the for north the SCREENS':
Mat(' of such resignation taking effect IF'rankHn-lI.. Grady. vs. C. G. Cashnus damages $150; only camps in good standingare activity, of the packer' of spurious articles -I l MOSQUITOES into house. 8:,
_ is BO near to the date set for the P. McKeown.Hamilton Geo. T. Morgan, attorney for plain entitle1 to representation, if any of food sold under misleadingif I get your a,
GajIs1en-P. not wholly false labels. As it now We can furnish them CHEAPER 1 I
NOW.
4 : Democratic! primary, I have decided -Not represented. tiffs. camp is in arrears it should promptly
It best to ellow the people of the Hernando George C. MartInS remit its per capita to division or stands the retailer is held responsible, Supply of: BRICK now on hand. CS
Second.District to indicate the primary For a mild, easy action of the bow general headquarters as the case :nay being the dispenser. If the Hepburn
&t, election the person whom they Holmes HMlfrborough-:-H. -Whltaker.:Clarke Knight els,.a single dose of Doan's Regulets be. It is hoped that many of our bill passes none of theselS I'J desire to occupy the said position. is enough.' Treatment cures habitual comrades, whether delegates or not may be sold from one state into another .. 5
Jackson-W. ;B. B., Smith. .
"You, will therefore please lnc'ude'frl constipation. 25 cents 'a box. Ask and their friends will attend. I and the manufacturer will be r
la the list of offices to be fille-1 at Jefferson-J. 01.! Lamar. 'your drugist for them. "TheMajor general commandingmost held strictly responsible. The bill

such primary election the offlc? of Lafayette. Handley. ,'. .. earnestly appeals to every camp strikes at thfe fountain head of illigit-! l The Wonders of Transposition. Professional!
Lake-L. B.; Dozler. -- -- ------ Directory
justice of the peace In and for the that it be represented by delegatesat mate practices on part of northern The, word"time" admits I. 11
\t Becond District of Bscambia county, Lee-T. W, ;hapds. I HACK NO. 16 the reunion. 'It I* desired that all concerns of whom the south has been, of a Ve'r1'peculiar 8I
'end after the result of said primary Leon-Fred T. Myera. staff officers attend' in uniform. The the easy prey' for so many years and arrangement of its letters. THOS. PEBLEY I:
&:F election has been certified to me. I Levy-S. Phillips.' Ready at all hours to answer calls charge for a mount to Tide in the should it become a law the decreasein I The four letters of the word transposedand 1 iI5,
; 4 iwlll take plXsure: in appointing the tJberry-J... E. Rcberts. 'to any part of city. First class in i parade is five dollars. To secure infant mortality alone will be suchas read backward and forward and LAW REAL ESTATE, LOANS AN3COLLECTIONS
fterson selected by the voters ,of said Madison-;C. E. Davis. every respect Fast and gentle horses horses write B. T. Walsh chairman to. render ,President Roosevelt's I up and down give four perfect English
office Maxatee-Dr.'John O. Brown. and polite drivers. Phone No. 18S. of.- the committee on horses, etc, "anti-rao? "Buiclde" proganda unnnec-' and Latin words. It la Mid to be the (
Its'1P j' Trusting that this will meet th, Marton-W. K. ZewadskiMon'ro George K. Faulk. -' New Orleans, .La. essary in the south at least. only word in our language that will admit PALAFOX AND, ROMAN C'C
Approval of the voters of this Justice. George W. Reynolds. The Railway Rates. .I 1 of BO,many transpositions and ar PHONE 555.
1i- IMstrict and with kinds regards, I Nassau-J.H. Sauls. "Transportation is at the low rate rangements.* Note the oddity of the tt tn
iit41 "I have the honor to be, Orange-W.' L.: Palmer. j of one cent per mile for the round square below*
.
- si; "Yours very truly. ,OI'Ceola-J.Pasco II. J.A.Doone.r.Polk Lancaster., ji i Whit.you fet for your mon.v is men trip. The cost of a ticket from each COFFELIWe -TIME: II
!
.T't "N. B. BROWARD. point may teascertalned! from the.local I.TEHH'ET T G YATES M. D 0.
'Gove :?.- -' Iax. Re!!. important than whit you pay." agents.. IE'M ,
,
Putnam-F. J. Fearnslde. l "On the additional ,payment oftw.entY I : I T I
---- Santa Rosa Ernest Amos. I OPTICIAN
cents, tickets maybe extended '
TheNEW CITY e The above words In English as wellas Iil
:
.Bt Johns;"Albert H. Mickler. I until April' 30th and for fiftycents are the PioneerCoffee In. Latin .are'al! 306 THIESBV BUILDING Iir
and the
complete
Hood's SL Lacie-W..J. Tucker. will
Sarsaparilla
until May 31. Local agents _
t Sumter Not GROCERY COMPANY Roasters of curious part f>t it,i Is,that reading them --- -S
represented.' to how this can be ar
adrtee as t
you
1t4 I Ia3 lorpaased all other medicines.In merit backward and forward and and
Suwanee-J.-J. Platt. Hill ranged. I West Florida.McHUGH'S up lUCKS'CAPUDINE .
th- sales and nrea. Taylor-W.'T. Hendry. IB the East residents' and Maid. down gives the sameresult, that transposing ..
Sponsor
It h.&a heeD. baa
Its
auceeai.gree.t aa apo convenience for
Volusla-James W. Perkins. "The major general commandingtakes the .letters in the original word
arentlyonIijustbegun.It Wakulla-Nat R. Walker. hFgh-grade eatables at announcing the appointment does. Their signification aa Latin wordsis "tsDrcaN"pCOLDS I
t received more teattmonW.1D the lad two prices In line with pleasure in FFtwa'a? \ ::;
i. reara than any previous tWO-01'er 60,000. Walton-J. C.. :McSween. down-town stores. In i of Miss Genevieve Park- BLENDS as follows: Time fear thon:' Item.
It bas the abiding confidence of the people- Washington-:W. W. Jones. fact, hill of Tallahassee, as sponsor for likewise; metl, to be measured, ;_emit ,
$ the stronpst proof of Its unequaled wortk.c4 :Members at Large J. W. Adams, ; the Florida Division, "United Confederate be buys.Carlou. 1M e'fO II""" ",
U puriAes the blood;cures all blood dls.ease. Sanfocd; J, M. Bryan Kissimmee; N. We Sell Veterans and "Mia Elizabeth IO- At trCI=' i
1. ..all humors and all erupionLIt A. Bitten, Montbrook: .>A. C. Blount. Cheaperthan Legere 'Fleming, of Jacksonville as have no equal. A trial Facts Aboat th e Ky. tttlsmdI iJ
strengthens the stomach creates ant Jr., Psnsacola;'R. H. Burford, Quincy; other stores )n her maid of honor. will convince the con- A very curious fact Is the impossibility -* J
appetite and builds up the whole aystem.tH14 D. U. Fletcher, Jacksonville; A. W, our class everything; "The devotion of ,woman hallowedthe of moving" your eye while examining -.
U cures that tired feeling and mekes the Cockrell. Jr.. Jacksonville; Warren E. we handle Is guaranteed cause of the Confederacy' for noisseur that we the reflection of that organ In a
weak atrone.1D Anderson : George L. flaW to be pure, fresh which men fought suffered and died. make no extravaga t mIrror It Is"really the most'monble
usual 1D tablet farm., is the of that cause well '
t liquid or new Jacksonville; i. dough Lakeland; So 'purity
and of the
Dollar. best quality. part of the face. Yet if bold
Ono yon your
lNau
1'0 C. O. Codrirfgton, eLand: William typefled by those fair daughters of claims.
e-----t---._TriM -_-. -. Hocker, Ocala; Herbert L. Dodd, Lake I Adulterated Foods the Southland, whom our comradeswill head fixed and try to move your eye
j .while watching .lt, yon cannot do It-
City, be''PrOUl' to honor...
I
I Campaign Committee. Means B&d Health The New Quartermaster."Comrade Wholesale and Retail' .vOn the i pnertbousandth? of an Inch. Of
The, Campaign Committee is composed J. Munnerlyn, of Jack- course if yon look at the reflection of
of the following: Chairman, I therefore you should sonville, is hereby appointed quartermaster the'nose or any other part of your face
1- : A Man Cut Duncan U. Fletcher: secretary.. Herbert guard against this general, with the rank of lieu- your eye must move to see It. But the
___ very important question G. N. Saussy, re-GROCERS
L. Dodd; S. Phillips JohnM.. I tenantcoloneliice, strange thing is that the moment ;yon
Bryan,,A. W. Cockrell, Jr.. Charles E. and place your signed. He will be respected and endeavor to, perceive the motion the
:His Throat Davis and A .C Blount. Jr, ; orders with us. as our obeyed accordingly. J aud all kinds of Feed eye,40 fixed. This 1> one of the reasons
motto is 'rFurity'Our
of
; "By order
why a person's expression as seen by
Stuffs.Pluto
.
I "Francis P. ,FlemIng
V.aTaIlIDC Paraalt. himself In a glass Is quite differentfromwhtttlswbenseenbyother. DR.J.H.MOCKDental
'''Don't Fresh Meat DepartmentIs ")Iajor- eneral Commanding. .
j4 be so sweeping In your Jndg- '.
once on a collar that had "Robert J. Magill. AdjutantGeneraland
tnects. There's that prominent man I I
not 1been properly laun- praised by everyone Chief of Staff." !
Ic dered. If he had sent mentioned Just now who I am sure who visits it for its Colonel R. J. Magill.\ the adjutant-' : Water Advice From Her Lawyer. Surgeon.Crown .
his collars here he would has. always pursued an upright life." cleanliness. We carrya general of the division was bU3iyengaged Timothy Coffin who "was prominentat Specialty
;i not haTe met with any 'That may be, but he's never caughtup j full line of all kinds yesterday In sending out I the Bristol county bet in the last and Bridge Work a I

tt' a\1ch.\ accIdent. with It.Baltimore American. i of fresh meata. fish. I copies of the orders to all the"camp century, rnce secured the acquittal of Painless Extracting of' Teeth.
iI I oysters and vegetables I In the State. It is desired that the Wholesale and Retail. an old Irishwoman'accused stealing 2Sy2 S. Palafox St.

Sarcastic I Florida Division be largely represented plce' of pork.: As 'she.! Vae leaving 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.
: The Star Steam First Medical hat In New Orleans and the Indications -
Man-My practice the courtroom she put ber band to her Phone 1077.SAffSjSAPESJrSAFESI.
doubled since-I came to this town.j For Quick Service are that a...splendia! showing will I I New Orleans Grocery Co. month and In an audible whisper said: -

Laundry. Becond Medical Man-oh, so you hare and Satisfactiontell be made. II I I .: "Mr.. Carfln, wha'U | do.. with the, SAFES I
cot another patient) Cures, por.rttkr -'.. :' 1
-
instantly. piles "
11 ,, arden 1St. Phon 114P."ucola. "oCentr r..tQ site, you eczema Stops, itching salt rheum tetter. itch, hives,; Jas. McHugh Quickly came the retort: '"Eat it, ;you Buy Lietold> Safes
FI,. I The absent are like children-telpleM :ZNTCX as 3 herpesi.scabies-Doan's Ointment. At I!. fooL The judge says you.didn't steal
to defend themselves.-Reade. any drug store. .. Phone 105. Proprietor. It."Boston. Herald. Scarritt Moreno, Agent.

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t. THE +PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY I MORNING I MARCH 23., 1906 x
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-, a as I ANOTHER. ." t. OLD LANDMARK. -I'INSOMNIA t 1H8E[ MONTHS.. .


: ,
"
I k IS BEING REMOVEDThe ..

!, :"I his luew. setae CUf'areU"far Inenrela-t t' rO1dT
.h''b' 1 J.... bee.aetr.ed for over tsaay yearn", AND
i and I ran say tkatCa.o.n to have riven' a.. $$1110 AND

", __DI- -, Old Tweed Residence, at the Comer .of Palafox and Chase ',,rail.hew bail. ,?Certainly thananlotb.r-'ed1S ak they are neommead rend-0111 th".as Jll.7 ever trt.uda tried, AI,

: I : Elcta,IlL
Streets, is Being JJsmolished to Make Room for

The only reasonwhy cotton a Handsome Church Building. I -The 8es1 Bowels For ..COSTS Quaker 5

Is substituted for wool ''a mercerized t' '. ,
--
t
is to
: \ fabrics cheapen WAS ERECTED;IN IMSBY JOSEPH THE NATIONAL :

the goods. 'A:, house Is no WILKINS FOR :DR. gROSNAHAM\ tyA.O CALW.YPleaoaasPalitabt.P.k.t This Was ,the Sentence, imposed / Rye

stronger thanits, foundation;' AND HAS BEEN USED FOR QUARANTINE BILL Upon Chas. Coleman for Car fI'is

....
clothes 1' with cheap Cheap. Good.
-
So
MANY PURPOSES. .
i tie,
e. roep ey r
laid i I. balk.- 'lh. g.eatnl tablet rying Concealed Weapons.Three the
stamp.d C C Co utmost w1 .
fabrics mean cheap ,clothes, andno IF DEFEATED IT WILL BE DUE TO lyra.keel to car or your B>on'y back. good > n. iskey.
Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 597 .rte
matter how shrewdly they i Gradually but steadily the pld land- EFFORTS OF TEXAS: REPRESENTATIVES ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES months at hard labor on the Millions '
marks in Pensacola'' are disappearing. county roads and a fine of $100 and spent! .to prepare
are tailored, they will not be they. are going to make room for 11Nick's costs in addition, was the fine imposed

truetwoi thy. more modern and up-to-date structures upon Chas. Coleman colored in the a 'perfect p 'oduct-years
Buffet and
which necessarily follow the criminal court yesterday bi Judge E
STE1N-BLOCH employ no growth of every city. The (Memphis CommercialAppealsays Beggs. The negro had entered a plea i taken to ripen. it. '
The latest old': landmark to be re : of guilty to the charge of carrying .

mercerized or cotton adulterated moved, and one which has been a familiar -t If the national bill is de- Restaurantis concealed weapons, having been arrested -
I quarantine
object for over half a cen- last Saturday night: r Don't let the dealer
fabrics. Their goods are tury Is the old building at the north- feated it will be cue largely to'a hand the only 'place of its When the negro went before the give 7

west corner of Palafox and Chaaa ful of Texas representatives, who do kind in Pensacola,, In fact court he evidently expected to receive "
pure caustic-tested wpol, and streets. Yesterday workmen beganIthe not want, to see the shotgun quarantine it fa'" the customary fine of $100 and costs, You just whiskey.
clothes made from them task of demolishing the ancien; --f: which Judge Beggs has been,imposingupon
the
Phone 16 Lewis
interfered with. These congressmen ; Bear & Co.,
, structure, and within a few days : parties convicted of this offense S 404-408 PaWn St. and 2-10 Main St:
wear and keep their shape. there will be ,nothing but a pile ,of are standing right in front of the A, Pride.to'fPensacola ; during the past two or three years. Pensacola, Fla.. '
debris to show where the building welfare of the south, and we trust that The judge, however is determined to
?stood con'gress will rise superior to their break up the custom of carrying concealed .

I narrow-minded prejudices and give weapons if possible, and this
Built In 1845. the country what it -"'ants. determination has grown stronger

The structure, which was ,of, Spanish >> I The objectors hide theIr! opposition 'Larger cities cannot since the killing, of .Officer Burnham. a
design and architecture was under the cloak of ;states rights. No boast of.a better equipped Consequently' he fined the negro $100
B erected .1845. The builder was greater humbug than this could be. place: The service' Is the and costs and in addition thereto he
I MTHIESEH J Joseph Wilkins father of ex-Sheriff Imagined. The people of the south best,that can be had.Nick must serve three' months. If he fails Die Rtiyter ( Holland ) Gin

Wilkins, deceased. It was erectedfor want a national quarantine that will' to pay the $100 :fine he will work on .
Dr. John* Brosnahara, deceased, keep the yellow fever out of the coun: > Apostle.Propt'r the county reads for a 'period of six I
and waa occupied by him for, some try., They know that it cannot be' months.It E
'-- time as a residence. Later it was kept out .without' It. The presence of is probable that those who are .******1CdF*HMHHfaHHH ..... .... .. ...... <<.... .

FLORIDA ''CURIOSITIES. occupied -by the' Tweed family from the )yellow fever in.this country meansa in the habit of carrying concealed | DIAMONDS WATCHES
3t whence.it,. derived the name of Tweed paralysis of trade. The 'maintenance weapons, will now think: twice before I JEWELRY, 'i

Live shipment.and Stuffed Alligators readyfor house, which has persistently' clungto of shotgun quarantine costs the: PRESENTATIONTO 0 N they place a revolver or other weaponin | CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE, :
It for the, past fifty years. The various states of the south considerably : their pocket, as under the new con-
Oran'ge wood canes 'with alligator Tweed family moved from Pensacola more than a million dollars. The ditions it will be a case of three STERLING .SILVERWARE,

t heads, 75c. [many sears ago going to ,Caliafornio.- railroads of course lose millions in the months in jail besides, a fine. ART POTTERY OPTICAL I
Shell
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry GOODS
Afterwards the house
wets occupied way of trade. Every merchant In the ,
and Wood Novelties Leather Goods a by various parties and used for 410% south suffers, and the alarm communicates MISS Heavy impure blood makes a mud I CUT GLASSWARE I
.
* Specialty.MRS erent purposes. At one time it w.ts itself '
C. N. McCLURE to every family in* the dy, pimply complexion, headaches .,
ire used as a hotel and was consideredone south. nausea indigestion. Thin blood f
r Opera House Building of the best hotels in the f
at
city
i Last year the fever appeared in New makes you weak, pale, sickly. Burdock
107 E. Government St Pensacola. Fla. that early o'ate.It .: Orleans, and we need, only recall the Blood Bitters makes the blood engraving and Fine Stationery. ..
w _. was In this house that the father alarm' rich: red M
general then ,
-- existing: to prove pure-restores perfect.
or, OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew of President Ben R. Pitt, of the Pen the need of a national quarantine. M. KEE health. \ r ; r.
*r r
sacola Water Company, was married
Stock--Only the Best. Memphis alone must have spent $50.-
. many years ago, The, place, while 000 to establish Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
218 S. Palafoi Si. an air-tight quaran
W. A. Gahlenbeck not the oldest, nor as old as some
rr tine. Our merchants lost hundreds of
: McCREARY IS
-- buildings now standing In. the city, thousands .
of
dollars
thereby. In all
has nevertheless an interesting history Tourist Club Presented .
TURTON 4. BELL. Its Competent
the -
country towns in this'
'
and the fact.that ItIs being territory E. O. Z dek
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. ,now business was practically abandoned.: NOT A CANDIDATE a Jewelry Co.
demolished will cause manj of the
Kodak Supplies finishing for Amateurs. Thousands of families made preparations \ Secretary With Set of
old residents to'/ecall scenes;of their j MOBILE, ALA. .
to decamp at the,first approach! .
R. K. WHITE boyhood days. I' of danger.. There was; Indeed, for Solid, Silver Spoons. A special from Gainesville to the E*** *-* itraE | ......" ..... >> .. ......s....:
Jacksonville Times-Union says:
In Good Condition. about two months a general paralysis

Watchmaker optician.30 Manufacturing S. Palates Street.Jeweler Pens and leola Graduate, Fla.TERSELY Although' the 'building had stood,I' of eral business in "the south, and a gen1 At the Tourist Club,-entertainmenton I'friends TO the and surprise supporters of the Senator hundreds Mc-of NNN...NNNNNNONNN....NN..N.... .........:
with little or no repairs for sixty-one i anxiety<< pervaded this section,' the evening of the. 16th. one of .
, )years the material was in an excellent i-I How any southern man can opposea the most interesting numbers on the Creary for many years a member of :
state of preservation, much tc I 'system that world' put the healthof program was the last. The club real- the senate from this county, and whoa i CHARCOAL

. TOLDM. the surprise of the workmen. Another the southin the control of the national izing something of its indebtedness to few for days re-election ago announced, the Sun his of candidacy this- FURNACES !IWe i

surprise was when they found I government we fail to see. Cer Miss Olive McKee of.. 'Farbury! Ill., contains
date announcement of his
brick columns extending from the: tainly he is no friend of the south. The who has :beetf its very efficient: and an i

McFountaln. of Ionroeville.'Ala.,1 foundation to'' the ceiling, over which I women of ths! section ought to make painstaking secretary for the last two Creary withdrawal says from: the race Senator Mc- 'have three sizes of charcoal furnaces i
the weather boarding wais placed. It warm for any such short-sighted or three years, presented her with a
is among the business visitors to the! "Since making my announcement for : -a necessity in every home-at :
h. II I The building stands high from the! politician When we remember the set of very beautiful solid s'lver tea .
city. reelection to the state senate, which .
ground resting upon a base of brick! general unrest of last summer, we spoons. '
Ai<:,x. Seasoms, a prominent naval:'.,, about six feet high. Upon this base: I cannot understand why any sane man The presentation was made. t>y (Mr. was done at the earnest solicitation 40 50 and 60
of from all sections of the cents.
stores operator, -Bonifar., was here| the brick columns were built, end the' should oppose a system that will In- gall, of 'Ashland/ Ohio..' the worthy people county I I'i
. yesterday on a short business vlst.: weather<< << boarding placed ,over them, sure us Jmmunity from the fever and president of the club, in'' a few fitting many'of whom bitterly'opposed m/ .
.S'st so that they were not noticeable from i at the same time save us millions of words expressive of the high esteemIn candidacy four years'ago, I find that Van Camp's Sauer Kraut 3-Ib. tins :
'Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Tanner of Sampson I ether! the interior or exterior. These dollars.Of which Miss McKee is held, not onlyas business will DOt'permit of my again for 10 cents. JBlgYHominy. In 3-lb.
Ala., are in the city on a short I columns, as well as the baie or foun- course we of the south have a secretary but also as a Christian serving the. people at Tallahassee, especially i tins for 10 cents.
visit i iI dation are as hard as flint, showingthat selfish interest In the matter. but it lady. Although taken completely by during the next session. Tho
I the brick and cement used were concerns the entire The surprise, Miss McKee time required to make a canvass of
country. was equal to
J. B. Jones of 'Montgomery, connected : ; the county, together with the two 14 W Garden I j fQ VTho Popular
veS of the best.During LAZ
north, also, is involved. The two the occasion and expressed her thanksIn
with the tax department<< of the, the past eight ten months at Tallahassee is more thanI i Phone 183 JM WVJ D T Grocer.
or sections ]
such
years are closely bound together. : words and in such manner as .
- Louisville and Nashville is in the i the place has been occupied by Gus- The health of the south is of vital importance showed that a responsive chord had can snare from !business of a private .N...NNNNNNINN.N..1Nr ......................j
city on business connected with the' .
tav Sedendopf. an aged upholsterer,:, to the north. Pence in one been touched. It is the hope of the nature."I
road. who about therefore respectfully: withdrawmy --- ---------- ..-
was a familiar figure the -
section and restrict free Intercourseand club that Mss! McKee: may long be -
Ralph Stine. of Marion. Ind., who city until a few months since when the other section suffers. Let one spared member. and-as secretary. announcement as a' candidate assuring .
!spent some time in Pensacola a year I r he was taken ill, and 'yesterday be- I part of Memphis be* subjected to an Entertainment Tonight. those who have given me their

ago. is again,in the city and may locate fore work coufa1 be "commenced ne,: epd'?' llc and the entire city is affected. The ,entertainment by, the Pensacola support in the past, as well as those New L. C. Smith
I here permanently. I gas removed to No. 218 North Reus Tourist Club will occur this evening who so magnamlnously proffered their ,

street. A national quarantine is the best at 7:30 o'clock at the Chamber of support in the approaching primary \
Pensacola Tempi No. 14, Rathbono + hold in
that I will ever grateful memory
Sisters will meet this afternoon at I New. Church on Site. possible protection! against the fevr, Commerce rooms at which time the and appreciation their kindness. VISIBLETYPEWRITER I

J :30 o'clock. There will be Inltlatipn Recently, when congregation of r i I and everybody, north and south, has following program, with the addition "No matter who may be called to
lad a report from the grand lodge tee Palafox Street Methodist church an Interest in the matter. We all want uf other numbers will be rendered' : succeed me. he and every other representative Most complete machine on the market. :
-. representative.':" decided to build a larger and moreimposing ]|i the disease kept out. If a national Program. of Alachua county will Bee them at my office,or write for prieea
edifice, they purchased, this :quarantine is established the entire Piano Solo-'Mrs. Wood. ard descriptive matter.
If increased volume of business property as well a* that adjoining I[, country will feel 'saf?, commerce will R'citationIrs. Sensiba. have my earnest loyal support \ln
the welfare of
means increased profits and volume The quaint Tweed house ia being''!: not be checked, and everyone will feel Song-Mrs. Richard McAllister. every effort looking to L. S.
BROWN
Gainesville.
advertising regulates volume of bu Of'' torn-a '. while the adjoining build 1 1 relieved. Reading-Mrs. Mtjfealy.Duet Alachua 'county and has'made most
iness, is not the logic of your prob-. ing Is to be moved about four blocks : Give us a national quarantine and -:MV. Wood and Miss Davis.: Senator McCreary a Pen.acola. Fla.
faithful representativeof
Inn in store keeping; pretty simple further west, thus affording ample let's have no, more foolishness about Piano Solo-Mrs. Wood. efficient and
the people and his withdrawal Is 201 Thi...n Building.
C space for a, large church building. It. .Song-;Miss Haight.A
The
remains of :Mrs. B. M. Hall received with universal regretIt
who expired at an infirmary in New I is understood that Hon John B. -
Attention, I I. O. O. F. "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is the GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES -
Orleans Sunday brought to this will enter the
were Dell and others : now
Members of degree staff of Pensaoola best remedy for that often fatal disease itching Blind. Bleeding! .Protruding
etc funeral and services placed at being rest Tuesday held at, the the Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F. are requested I-croup. Has been used with successin Piles. Druggists are authorized to re-I race<< for the .state senate.STRENGTKCREITOR. B. 1... HALL & CO.

.. residence of Walter Bicker on Intn.d to meet at the hall tonight at 8 o'clock'for our family for eight years."--'Mrs.L to cure in 6 to 14 days SOc. __ __ u_ __ _____
FOR SIXTY DAYS
WILL SELL
:
Whiteacre Buffalo N. V.
ncia street by Rev. Julian S. Sib- practice. IBy order ofTIlE I

Icy CAPTAIN.- FOUR FULL, QUARTS .

, DeFunlak Breeze: Tile new mornIng Black Snake.. LPONdCLONISpecial ...0 F'...
train is being largely patronizedand Vanilla and Lemon, the cheapest as I have never seen black snakes over: :

the rumor pow is that it will soon well as the best Absolutely: pure.' seven feet long and mnch doubt If Vinol Guranteed by Physicians and THE CROWN OF'BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY-
be made a first class train, and the Goes twice as far and the "Blue Rib! they grow to a greater length. Theyare Over Two Thousand Leading Drug-

freight cars be handled on other! bon Flavor": isj perfection I not hard to catch though in an to The Journal. gists as .the Best Strength Creator 'FOR $3.50.
,trains.: One" more chang is needed now I open field. they can run about is fastas Ponce' DeLeon. Mar. 22.-A sad accident -
and that is that the train from the|land carry one from here so that mall a maul can. When caught' they, occurred about three miles west .Known to Medicine. Other brands'' at rock-bottom prices. You get your

, "est should bring in a through pouch j I'from the more 'important stations) struggle desperately 'until they find sf this place on last Wednesday -- goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
of mall from the north' that arrivesIn along this division should connect with I there Is no opportunity to'escape when evening. The rUle three year old! B. U HALL & CO.
Fla.
i Pensacola bound train child of Mr. and' This is because Vinol is the latest 'order. Quincy,
on the afternoon..trainisk the fast north out of Pen they will give,up fighting and may be daughter and only
your grocer for Blue R'bbon sacola at noon. I handled with impunity. I bare never Mrs. Edgar' Withers, while playing scientific production of the 'greatest!
I II found these snakes'.to be vicious. They near a fire. in the yard in some way ton'c rebuilder the +world has ever ,
.
-- nd"their caught on'fire.. The clothing was known namely cod liver oiL ,
can be bandied easily.: bite is '
a iuwys.Remembcr the Fan Name, harmless I burned from, the body and the little In Vinol the system-c'ogging, nan-
jjaiaUve They can squeeze pretty body was badly burned that death seating oil is eliminated and the me-
sso
i I Hrorao QmnineIsresaCtddbOneDay. : ? oaWll1' hard If they 'get a turn around your resulted soon after. The body was In., dicinal, curative elements known to
: 3Don ra r1.>r gas asc waist but not bard-ehough to break a terred'In St. Paul cemetery on Thurs-!!! exist in the cod'> liver are administer.\L GORDON & BROWN

bone.-Forest and Stream day aftrrnoon. The grief-stricken'''ed' in a highly concentrated form,
'parents have the sympathy: of their|i therefore a preparation containing alii


m: .....__ adiwa w. uakwa IPDwmVii, ; :;; !..... m waatwaa i ...fl many It, ;is friends'now believed in this sad that bereavement the recent.1;:; these medicinal elements,curative free best from and oil,bodybuilding ors, HARDWARE COMPANY.Mill

severe freeze totally destroyed the? grease, must fee tie strength cre-
g-
fru'.t: crop here. ator possible to produce. .
i
Farm work is being pressed.forward I I In Vinol you know what you are
a Have You Seen the Piano Player II IIB as rapidly as possible and consider-' taking, for everything 'it contains is

able guano is yet being hauled aw">. ': named on the back label of,every bot-
An 'occasional candidate looms uui

B This is \lew'in the piano line-it is inside iiI : now. )Ir. T. J. MCDade: of Holmes i tie.This is why Vinol is so unqualifiedly Supplies Iron Pipe and Fittings
III' something!; entirely a player Fla., an aspirant: for representative of I recommended brph'aldans and ,

''fl' the. piano! where it is not seen except ,by the operator and .then only m Holmes: county in the next leiga'ature,: guaranteed by over two thousand of Steam Pumps Galvanized Roofing
i was extending the "political! grip" to the leading druggists of the United .
when use. A child can iplay'it arid when player is not in it I
use B bodybuilder! and strength.
his friends here one day recently.The States as a Wire Nails Boat
Barbed Spikes
I can not be distinguished from any other piano played by hand. C;! I creator for old -people?, 'weak women, ,
children, after sickness and for
I Calm spirit. puny Tarred Roofing, 'Building Hardware,
w The people In all lines of duty who all pulmonary diseases: The doctor
1. ITS EASY TO PLAY ANt) EASY TO BUY e ;E do the most work are the calmest !' knows what he ia giving and the patient Scissors,' Razors, Pocket Cutlery. .,

J.tt : most unhurried people in the com knows -what he is taking.A .

bin;j! GLAD TO HAVE YOU- CALL AND SEE IT Ej ''Duties' never wildly chase f'f'munltJ' White member& Co.,of our the leading firm. of druggists W. H.,

I.f never days: ",We sell Vinol on a positivegnarantee
C2 SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE
that it is and will do all we
wa Oldest and 9 114-116 S. Palafox St. S hurried, and therefore Imperfect do-
Laser enst refund money without
Music Cutter Music House claim for it or
: PhonalSPENSACOLA
: :; Florida i IU :. The calm spirit works methodical! question." Mail Orders Promptly Shipped. j

I ;R, ;;; ly. doing one thing at a time and doingIt This in itself proves the truth of all i

i tJ GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER; Sec., well and therefore works swiftly. statements published about Vinol in Telephone No. 767. r
J't though never appearing to be In baste. this paper." W. IL White & Co., drug

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- iit PAGE FOUFT THE PENSACOt-A JOURN, AL.- ,F.RUJAY MORNING, MARCH 23 1905 .. -. _ _
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'J{ --- .. -..'. ;...-- < : thls7th-day: 'of,March.,A. D: 1306. Public In and for said Stat---=0
ment and if fsmore than apt to who 'WOul as -
County personally
GIBSON
JOHN J. appeared
be the case, these tests demonstrate la the soil and ,an interest in its Which Do You like? Public. Barnes, known to me to be tin/i c H

Uj Jm utola the superiority of the wiae: tire both development/in*that would intsnnarry (Seal) Notary Feb.24 1909. Tidual described by. said i afi '
e JoufnaIJ commission expires name
as a.road preserverand' a pull Jessen. thus conHbining ,the- Industrial and My-, "f acknowledged that he executed'th

er. the department Is asked to takq social 'elements and make the state Native or Western Beef ? of Florida.-:' foregoing Instrument for the anJ:
Stafe uses
measures looking for a universal substitution great because of the character,thrift purposes therein set forth 1

J J i of the broad tire for the tarrow' and Industry, the-.. people.'- Therefore Hams and County of Walton. : Given under my hand
Cudahy's Diamond (C) neforthe subscriber a Notary and seal o*
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. one. give us 'people-to put on the soil, Gold clai this 3rd cy of March
'
Breakfast Armour's State and A. j D : a
For ages road builders have sought to develop it and make it to bloom Bacon or Public la and for th$ said (Seal) E. B. lilt
MONDAY the solution of the road problem Band. County>personally (appeared R.. E. Ii.McCaskiil. WELLS I
'PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT good and give forth fruit and there will rs- Notar Public State of
f' in looking for a material that suit none in the We sMce! them both to suit. ..known to me to be the individual : Fioni at &
a state second Jto larga. My commission
t ...BY... could withstand traffic and travel and Un'on.: Or maybe you like Mutton or I : \, described by said name and I 27 1909. expires Jan.

offer as little friction as possible Always Pork. I have them acknowledged that. he executed the UJ'1 I :I

; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the search has been in the direction &- "! Finest line of cakes In the city. foregoing'.Instrumentfor: the uses and State' of Mississippi

$1 of the roadbed its construction f. .. tl Staple and Fancy Groceries. purposes therein. set' forth.. of (Pearl Hirer. -j'j'County'
St'11 20 of Standard Granu liand and seal official
: and Its material! Never once 4 NE8 .AND VIEWS pounds Given undet my Before the subscriber
has earnest and conscientious lated Sugar for $1.00.. of A. D. 1905.WM. a Notary PUK i.
public this 23rdday Feb.
FRANK and General e CAPERS {
L. MAYES, President Manager. FROM. :STATE, iii iu and for said State and
.l effort been made ,to temper the stress' i) ',U--: <: : : .* All other prices proportion. /' '. M., WILLSON personally appe.aredJohn A. Count. I

;}'> of travel to the roanl, Many private flt '" "(Seal) j" Notary Public. known to me to be the EWW dt
tests have. been made In this direction the' My commission expires Aug. 10, 1908. individual
PRESS. t
ASSOCIATED
aE. MEMBER, THE and many road engineers have Hoyer, on Square, f > scribed by said name, end ackno!
Get in the Game, Boys. edged" that he executed the fore-oh,.
: .1t been convinced ',that perhaps the Come on boys send In your an- Corner Government and Al anlz. I NOTICE'OF INCORPORATION.Notice Instrument for the uses and .!
true solution of the wouldbe pUI'pOs
\ problem that the un-
Is herebygiven
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. nouncements.. ,It will take $25 to get therein set forth.
i : found in this direction, instead of Phone 718. I Honorable
the
will to
derslgned apply
into the
;' :: One Year....,.............|5 00 Ono Month....... ......... 45 in the road and its material. the game.; As soon as .ex ecu- Browara'', Governor of the Given under my hand and seal off

...' ... Sir Months............... 2 50 One W?ek..r................ lft# These private views, are now beginnIng tive committee meets they will 'see"your Napoleon State of Florida at Tallahassee. clal this 26th sfcy of Febuary A. j D.
about five
h"; :. Three Months...... ....... 125 WeekJv Edition per year..$I O( to make themselves! felt by $25 and ra'se"It to percent Florida on the:twelfth! day of April. A. 1906.Seal
of the 'pot. Thcn )'ou'can Legal fdv8rtise.nents ) J. S. LOVE
11'f..f public and the chances are they
men. Incorporating
-- letters Patent
--- -- ---- D. 1906. for
/ -- "raise it" out of the game.-
p or get Notary Public
will be given an opportunity to prove J. H. SAUNDERS COMPANY -
THE
The Only Pensacola Newspaper Front Which a Detailed their usefulness. Arcadia News.. NOTICE INCORPORATION.. .
: f I und T the following propose
r Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. And truly it ij high time for some Lack of Notice li hereby given that the unders'gned charter the original of which is now State of MississippI.
departure' to be made. Our roads Harmony. will apply to the Honorable file In the office of Secretary of County Pearl River.
I cost as much perhaps our There is a lack- of harmony in the Napoleon B. Broward. Governor the 011 Before the! subscriber a Nota
1i _ _ as navy. State of the State of Florida. :?
The latter is believed to be anti-drainage crowd. Some cry that I I state if Florida af Tallahassee>, Slori- SUBSCRIBERS -Public., In and for said State ati

:t>t Offices.108 and 110' East I 'I Papers on Saloon Trains but the former is a never the Everglades can't be drained; some da, on the twelfth day of April A*, D. THE do UNDERSIGNED hereby make application for County personally appeared J' a

44 Government. Phone 38. and stall Mews Stands. source of complaint If, emcient.1 that they will be valueless if drained. 1906 for letters Patent Incorporating I Letters Patent incorporating us and Newton known to me to be the ha-

w wide tire will bring the relief some that they will burn dawn to the PENSACOLA GROCERY' COMPANi our assocates: into a corporation in vidual described by said name, ati

and we are confident it will go fir bed-rock if drained; some that the under the following proposed charter accordance' with the laws of Florida acknowledged that he executed the

.. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23. 1906 toward improving conditions. the land is not needed. They ought: to the 'orfg'nal of which Is now on file in under the following Charter: foregoing instrument for the uses uj

'. quicker the government the states, get ether.-1ontleello News. ths office of Secretary of State of the 1., purposes therein set forth_

\\& counties and cities mutt' upon the state of Florida. The of the corporation shall Given under my hand and seal 03clal .
namjs
$ A Question of Issues, Advertising is substitution the better It will be for Slhould Begin at the Top. THE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS -be The J. R. SAUNDERS COMPANY this 22nd day of February \.D. -

the people's pocketbook and their Judge Parker says it is only neces- make application for 1966. ,
do
hereby of
the office and _place
and principal
_ i4 Not One of Men. Lifeof Trade.Do contentment. sary to keep the corporations with and J. U. SCARBOROUGH
Letters Patent Incorporating us ,I business Pensacola. Florida with
- 1Z: Judge Alton. B. Parker's remarks you know of any merchant'who in the powers granted' them' in the our associates Into a corporation in accordance branch offices, and places of business ((Seal) Notary Public

r :: during his recent speech-making tour uses less, advertising space than his HH H i: franchise and the laws of their being with the laws of Florida, under at such other places ,as may become
If this view :be correct some punIsh. of
State Georgia
rI *.o* the southern states and especially! competitor and who still does more HOW CAN STATE ,ment should (be com'ng to the speaker the following'Charter 1 : necessary' in the conduct of said busi County of Colqultt.

j his views upon the question of nominating business # BE DEVELOPED who has certainly transcended the law The name of'the corporation shall ness... 2. Before the subscriber 'a Xbta.7

q_ a southern man for the presidency and his oath of office.' But we objectto be PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY The general nature of the businessto Public in and for said State ui:
"Each woman is a !brief of -womankind Orlando Reporter.'I: punishing the smaller offenders County, personally appeared W C
t have been extensively commented and Its principal office and be transacted shall be tb-a buying
and if store while the big ones go nnwhipt of justice Vereen and W. H. Barber known :
upon the general impression ; your advertising place "business shall be Pensacola, an(af selling of naval stores products u
E : being that Judge Parker has an ax Interests one .'Woman It will interestall ",",. "**H "*:J -beg'n at tha top where knowledge Florida with the right to establish and dealing In such naval stores I me to be the Individuals described by
to the the said and
violation acknowledged
offense preceded branch offices and places of businessat products generally factors and on names that
of some kind to grind. The, Savannah How best can the stab.be developed of the law.-Jacksonville Times,- such,other places as may be necessary commission? brokerage as ; buying sell they executed the foregoing instrument -

4 News ha the following to .15 frelatloV'e Nature makes dwarfs of some is a question just now engagingthe Union. or convenient in the conduct of Ing and leaning: timbered lands and for the uses and purposes
men; ,* S S therein set forth.
attention of many of.the .best men
to the matter: said business. other real estate; owning and operating -
but men make dwarfs of some stores in Florida from the governor down to A Campaign Issue. Given j-nder my hand and seal offi-
In a tramroads; owning and operating
Par-
tJ. commf'ntlngtpOn Judge
1-er's suggestion that Southern Demo -stores which with proper advertising -the 2x4 newspaper scribe It is a It is said that the Everglades will The general nature of the businessto steamboats tugs barges schooners cia!, this 2nd day of March A. D.

crats insist upon taking the leadership might speedily attain! to f ll8tatuie. question In which all are honestly In- be thrust in the campaign this yar be transacted shall be toe buying and other vessels; acting as agents 1006.Seal
terested and every one deserves a 'and made an issue. If such is to be ( ) J. H! WILLIFORDty .
of their party and naming a selling and dealing all knds of merchandise -for others In doing any of the acts
hearing. The governor contends for the case, our candidates would do well Colqultt Co, Ga.
I Southern man as the Democratic candidate at wholesale and at retail and things herein mentioned, and do-
p.4, for president in 1908. Senator "Violet rays" are the newest cure Everglade drainage in order to open to read up a (bit on the question.in order including all kinds of groceries dry Ing all other acts and things:: incidental .

Clay said the democratic parVy must for pulmonary Ills;' but the "white up a vast field for'sugar operations. to be :able' to say on tb.3 stump goods clothing crockery, hardware and profitable. to said business State of Georgia

wins at alL The inference from this stan machinery may quote the Des Glades. The "will of the people"and and 'sell-ng of live stock buggies wagons The amount of capital stock shall Before the subscriber, a Notary

? It that It abesn't make much, difference dard remedy for 'business debility. Moines Register,-which says "Greater the "wishes of the majority" will not harness and all kinds of vehicles; be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND Public J. P. Peacock personally appeared

LL whether the democratic part miracles in agricultural .devlopmentare go in, answering this great question. the buying and selling of all kinds of DOLLARS: ($500,000.0)). divided into iJ. G. Pace and John H, Pace,

vt:; takes Its presidential candidate from, To a merchant the question of"whatto being wrOU'ght out by irrigation The answer must be-for or "a gin" the turpentine tools and Implements; the shares of One Hundred Dollars known tome to be the individuals

the north or the south so long as it advertise" is as simple as that of than ever have been acomplished by Glades.-Gadsden County Times. acquiring purchase holding and selling (110000)) each, and shall be payable described by.s !Id namesand acknowledged -

has issues which have the approval "what to eat. You eat what you drainage." Another man beUev 'that of'real estate both Improved and in cash upon the call of the directors that they executed the foregoing:

;1 of the. people. \\"ant-you advertise. what you 'don't the state will advance best when manufacturing All Make Mistakes.If .\} unimproved; the'acting as agent for S <- Instrument for the uses and purposes

The New York World discussia want industries are introduced Governor Broward charged venality other corporations firms associationsand The said corporation shall exist for therein set forth.

c the same subject, says; "It is not particularly to make use. of the h'gh! to the press of Florida in his Jacksonville Individuals in doing any and all ninety-nine ((99) years from the date Given under my: hand and seal offi-
sectional feeling that prevents the grade woods of Florida Ills oppon- of granting, Letters Patent to it. cal this iitb day of March A. D. 190t
The merchant iwho (believes that speech on March 3, he did an of the'th'ngs herein mentioned; to do
nomination of a southern democrat fort ent declares the standing timber worth 5 (Seal) J. P. IPEACOCK.
unjust and foolish thing. But the best all other acts and things: usual necessary ,
president but the parochial element "nobody will notice" that he is re vastly more to the country than fac of men make mistakes sometimes governors ,convenient or incident to the con. The business shall be conducted bya N.P.PCGa.

;.-. of geographical avallibility which often trenching In his advertising is at least tories. Still others bank a great deal not excepted.-Brooksville Argus ducting of any of the above mentioned board of directors,said board to be I t

-, denies the presidency to the man as.wise as the ostrieh who hides his on the trucking industry and fruit business. composed of not less than nine, nor BIDS FOR UNIFORMS.
r.- best qualified for the office" Accord- head in the growing but the pessimist. talks of the 'C S e -. 3 more than ,thirteen directors as pro-
sand in full confidence Sealed bidswill be received by the
4t Ing to the World, therefore. a man danger of frost'and the other troubles .vl ted by tb-9 by-laws; a president two
he has eluded "To Make a Brigadier. The amount of capital stock shall Board of Safety at the Clerk's office
that tIe
isn't nominated for the presidency because ) hunter. ,,which are sure to' Interfere sooneror 0: more vice-presidents as providedby
''From Manila fcomes the be ONE HUNDRED afternoon
charg that THOUSAND until o'clock Wednesday
the by-laws; a secretary-treasurer
he has made himself prominent later. Is it not a fact that the
American soldiers were sent to deathon DOLLARS! ($100,000.00)). divIded into AprIl' 4th for summer uniforms of the
the butt If your business J competitor and an assistant secretarytreasurer.The .
-jc by advocacy of certain issues pretends wealth of the state, after all, depends
Mt. Dajo "to make a brigadier." It shares ot One Hundred Dollars ($100. Police and Fire Departments of the
because he lives in a certain part of to think that you are foolish to rather on the character of th.o people directors shall he elected annually
takes much suffering and '.deaths each and shall be payable in cash of Pensacola samples of cloth to
the country. The inference 13 that use so much advertising than this product or'that and many 00)) at the meeting of the stockholders to City
1} 4, the ideal candidate is the man who a pretty sign space it 13 that method upon or this? Take tie, million to make a hero. but those who consent upon call of the directors.* D.., held on the third Wednesday In be submitted-with' bids. The right to

t iii: is prominent because of his Mentifi good you are not, emigrants that find their annually to war and conquest are supposed 4. (January of each year and the officers reject any and all bids Is reserved
way to discount the cost if they be reasonable shall be elected by the, board of 11 CHAS H. BUSS.. Ma)or
said
$ }1 cation with a popular Issue and at I Store advertlt'hat to this country, and add to ,The corporation shall exist for
"stops"' now beings., ?Con't kick when' rectors at a meeting to be held on the
the same time lives in a section of I' them the millions of men who straggle you ninety-nine ((99) years from the date
t4 t. the country that doesn't always VOC and then is about as valuable and satisfactory for a pittance in our larger cities- get what.you ,went for.:-Jacksonville of granting Letters Patent tp It. same day. Until the'.first election J. BIDS WANTED.

way-that Is. section that Is as a watch with the Times-Union. 5 R Saunders shall be President; J. G
one a ,
same and distribute a due proportion ol B'ds will be rec9Tved by the Boardof
A'1l doubtful1! ,politically New The business shall be conducted Pace antf c. H. Barnes Vlcs-presI
England halblt them bya
Florida
not
over merely Works M
as Public until 12 March 2t>tn.
dents and J. L. Head, Secretary-
is Republican and therefore doesn'tfurnish ,. board of not less than three
nor
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laborers, but as small farmers and Obeying OederaKind .
Treasurer and D. R. Saunders assist 1906 for the sweeping of the pa\ei
presidential candidates. The I. The patronage'of those people who the question will 'be solved. The future Lady-Ah. if you had only done more than seven directors as provided ant Sscretary-Treasureri;: : and J. R. portion of Palafox street from the 1st

&D w the>uth politicians Is democratic do not and look therefore her 'come to your store through habit or of this state"would seem to depend what your mother told you'you might by :the vice by-laws presidents a president as providedby one Saunders, J. G.:PaC, J.H Pace. R. F. day of April until the, 1st day of October -
upon or more
i1i.ff friendship would keep about onethirdof not upon two classes-a 'gentle not be in this sItuation Convict I Mitchell .C,, H. Barnes John A. 1906. Bond will be required by
presidential possibilities' with a the by-laws a secretary and treasturer.
man class and the merely laboring don't Ewing J. B. Newton J. H. SmIth. the successful bidder. The Board of
-U.:4r: friendly eye. however available. they your clerks busy-It you are a know.. She told me to go out Into The office of vice president and :
class which would demand the increased W. Barber Public Works the o
wick C. Vereen. W. H. reserves right
the world and
;zD may be In other respects very -popular man and run .make money. treasurer be held by and
a very -cx. of the the may one
use negro or Importation 4-- and Buckner Chipley shall constitutethe reject any and all bids. SOmarU
; : It is true of course that the dispo.tf cellent The directors
.ti.4i store. "Advertising does the of the Jap Chinese or some the same person. shall Board of Directors. '
sition is to take a cand ate from rest." other nation whose color or nativity! lie Is the Lappiest of whom the be elected annually at the meeting of 6. ,

,14 New York or the Middle West b*>. would prelude ,amalgamation world says least good or bad.-Jeffer- the stockholders to, be held on the t The highest amount of indebtedness

grIt cause both are doubtful.. The republl !Fearing that Sarah Bernhardt did upon a class: of small !white farmers son. third Wednesday. January and the to which the corporation can at anytIme A GOOD CARRIAGE.
cans are sure they New
can carry
officers shall be elected by the board
j': England and the demqcrafs that they not get all of the loose change of of directors at a meeting held on the lion' Dollars subject(Itselfshall 1000000.00)be. One MU. When you want a sood carriage

gir can: carry the south. Hence the republicans Tampa theatre goens Madam Nordicahas same day. Until tha first election. 1.. 7. prompt service and safe an.! careful!

do not consider New England kindly arranged to caipture the The Sunny Side F. Mitchell shall be President; John The names residences and amounts treatment, remember the original
t1I ,. men when hunting for a candidate of Life
and the democrats do balance to-night H. Pace: Vice President and Treasurer subscribed for by each subscriber are HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.
not
.. take ; J. J. H lloran, Secretary; and J. R. as follows' -

:Into what account Senator southern men. But if ***MWHH&4Hfv *. -- Saunders, J. G. Pace John H. Pace R. J. R. Saunders: Pensacola- Fla. PHONE 185.

Clay says is correct. F. Mitchell and R. E. L. McCasklll 1,000 shares 10000000.

that if the democratic party wins at GOOD ROADS :AND t shall constitute the Board of Direc J. G.. Pace Pensacola Fla., 250 It was founded in 1892 and It has I
: all it must be issues 'J.'i '
on what difference tors., shares. 2500000. reputation for polite and careful dr'r!
f BATTLESHIPS.
: does It make whether its
1 can.ckmt.e "fr S' :}. H. Pace. Pensacola, Fla., 250 ers and the best informed cabmen ia
t ig from the south, north east indebted the city. Following; are the members
2 'X Memphis Commercial-Appeal. The highest amount of shares. $25,000.00.
or west?
; ,, For ftLeslie's ness to which the corporation can at 'tL F. Mitchell: Pensacola! : Fla., 250 a.nd'fth lr hack numbers.
a change. It might be well for
the democratic **HH.**#aHM any time subject itself shall be ONE shares. 5,000.00. A. M. Soioman, No. 1; A. J. Leg;ett.
party to ignore 'hc No. 5 J. Stallworth No. 7 J. E. Morris .
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS C. IL Barnes Jacksonville, Fla., 250 ; ;
; politicians and their plan of taking No. 8; S. Sunday Jr., No 11 C
Weekly has drawn Issue (100000.00. shares! $25,00000John
candidate from an
the
section irf
a that
doubtful. If the democratic between: battleships and good 7 ,A. Ewing, Lnmberton, Miss., H. Taylor, No. 12; O. Abdelcoth. No.
ii" a platform that party pjesented -roads. and easily awards the victory The names residences and amounts I. 100 share. $10.00000 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18;; l'. H Hear-

I strongly to the people appealed to the latter.iWe f. % subscribed for by' each subscriber, areas Is. H..Smlthwlck. Pensacola Fla., 100 old. No. 21; S. Bibbs. No. 26; M. Pa
a candidate ; terson. No. 30 A. J. Braswell, No ":
ii from the" south would likely get as unhesitatingly' subscribe to follows: i shares $10,000.00.W. ;
many votes In doubtful states as a this point of view for although bat. R. F. Mitchell Pensacola Fla. 100 I a Vereen Moultrie Ga., 100 All the. above- are nice' closed tar-

candidate from a section regarded as tleships are desirable good roads are shares 1000000. shares $10.000.00. riages. ,

doubtful. A: southern candidate Indispensable., What is more, the John H. Pace Pensacola Fla., lOG I W. H Barber, Moultrie. Ga., 100 Signed J. STALLWORTH Prei

tvonld! be a novelty and that fact true strength of the country Is internal shares. 1000000.) thares: $10,00000.Buckner By C. H. TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.

i'L 'would be a source of strength. Then and a navy big or little i Is only ---- J,- R. Saunders, Pensacola Fla., 100 Chipley Pensacola. Fla.,
there wonld be many in the doubtful a manifestation of this internal shares. 1000000. I 150 shares. $15,000.00.

:" states who would vote for a sou'h force. It stands ,to reason then that :7 Jt G. Pace Pensacola Fla., 100 J.. B., Newton, Poplarvllle Miss 50'

'; era man for sentimental reasons. It the interior, should be Improve! and! shares. 1000000. shares, $5,000.00. ARE YOHEADY ?

it. a' safe statement that a southern developed before we bang up the sign Juale A_... $... R. E. L McCasklll. Freeport Fla. D. R.. Saunders Pensacola. Fla-, 50

man would be as strong a candidate telling of our prowess to outsiders. She WM Witty. Elephant-Say. Hippo. close that sub- 100 shares. 1000000. shares. 500000.

4( $ as a man from a doubtful section. It Roads, however, unlike the navy Mrs. Monk-I hear Mr. Elephant and marine opening of yours or the water will ,IN WITNESS WHEREOF the before Total shares. Those cheap rates expire April 7U

wouldn't be surprising if that slairrient are not altogether within the jurisdiction his bride axe visiting the Kangaroos. rush in and sink you. mentioned subscribers have nere- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, th<' before to California and the Northwest
of congress. In fact Mr. Monk-Do you think they will stay UlppopotUraus lock up your trunt mentioned subscribers have hereunto
:ti5 should be tested in the next very few of unto signed their names.
*
lone and round It if don t wool .
the put a strap you. signed their tickets
of names'
roads the country look to the third Tuesday
1Wi; presidential contest. Mra. Monk X they will to have it busted. R F. MITCHELL., Each first and
They
____________ national government for any support brought their trunks.suppose JOHN H. PACE. .- 0-- R. SAUNDERS, are almost given away to Texas,
General Kuropatkln. in his farewell whatever. They owe their being and J. R. SAUNDERS J. G.; PACE Oklahoma and that section.

4: order to the First :Manchurian Army their maintenance to state and Coun. J. G. PACE J, H. PACE
ty authority and it would require R. F., MITCHELL, convention
: trip
R. E. L. McCASKILL. \ First cass round
undertakes
; 3 to the
explain causes that
C. H.
some radical and fundamental legis .. BARNES rates to California in May and Jutt
1i led to the defeat of Russia by the la ,lon .to turn them over to the keep ullk State of Georgia ,IL A..EWING.J. .

&ITapanese. The principal reason, ing of Uncle Sam.Howeverth 'Mlz. County of PuIaskL .. H. SMITHWICK, Through Pullman Tourist Cars from

c ,which" by the way,, he omits to men trol of government has con 1"'I/ Before the subscriber. a Justice of W.W. C.H. VEREEN BARBER, Washington, D. C.. to San Franciscovia
quite ani
a number of highways a Mobile
; tlon, uas the fact that the Japs were and It is noticeable that the depart, the Peace In and for the said State BUCKNER CHIPLEY. Atlanta Montgomery, pacIfic

5r better fighters. menta, both of agriculture and tha in and County, personally appeared J. J. B. NEWTON New Orleans and South"rn LOUIJ

t tEnor are beginning pay far more G. Pace and John H. Pace known to ;1>. R._SAUNDERS. (Sunset Route) and from Pacific 9t ana

k The Atlanta News hit the nail attention to roadbeds than ever be me to be .the Individuals described. via Wabash and 'Union

squarely on the bead.. when it remark. fore.For by said names and acknowledge that State of Florida, Kansas, City.
I
instance, over the roads of tie! II they executed the foregoing Instrument County of Escambia.. '
;
edt} Alton B. Parker is merely tryIng I service to Chin
best
4 I Yellowstone National Park for the uses and purposes therein Before the subscriber, ''a Notary We have the
no ve
Ui to queer William Randolph :t1V set-forth- .,.- Japan and Hawaiian Islands.No .
I hicle, freight laden, may travel un Public in and for said State and
Hearst But he will not be able to less! the tires of the wheels conform : Given under my hand and official County personally;, appeared J. R.

play it again. People of the South I in width to a prescribed standard. In signature this fifth day of March, A. Sauoo rS.. D. R. Saunders. R. F. trouble to answer questions.

: don"t like the double-cross. !'other words, there is a wide tire ordnance D. 1906 Mitchell J. H. Smithwkk; and Buck
: in operation a''? to these GECv F* HENDRICKS. J. P. ner Chipley known to me to be the J. F. VAN RENSSELAER,

:roads .and (Seal) 386th DIlL G, M. p/c. individuals described by said AgtI .
General Woo# had better stop ex the results according to names. G. W. EL Y,T. P. A. General

'in. ; plaining. The he explains the statistics gathered by army officers and acknowledgtd that they executedthe I 124 Peachtree SUAtlanta.
more -
,i* not only a material saving In ,State of Florida. foregoing instrument for the uses G-
I i worse that slaughter of Mores ap :lengthening the life of existing roads f f.ae. County of Escambia and purposes therein set forth.

pears. but actually a conversion of bad I Before the subscriber a Notary Given under my hand and official

I roa.dsJnto good highways. Public In and for the said State and seal this Stb'cay March A. D. 1906.

r. :Now that Herr Moat; is dead brew. l From this city a petition has been County personally appeared R. F. (Seal) JOHN- J. GIBSON Florida and Alabama

era win have to watch, the pennies I forwarded to the agricultural depart ...... t-- .4 ... Mitchell 'and J. R. Saunders, known tome Notary Public.

closely to avoid bankruptcy.: : ment calling attention to the extravagant Mnu Hare-Old Snail got his' boy a poThe Rooster-What Memorle .1!Ct1dk.Ton'ra myitlon long. i to be the Indhldnals'described by My commission, expires. February 24, LAND COMPANY
L waste and destruction of the last week and be-only held It one lost brother? Get outt I said names and acknowledged that 1909.

i The Georgia peach has been narrow tire and the beneficial econ- day. The Duck-Sure I am'! Don't yea re- I they executed the foregoing Instrument Manufacturers of
crops omy of the wide tire. Accompanying Mr. H&re-What was H?. member when I tried to teach you to wimlira. for the uses and purposes therein State of Florida and Dealers\ in

;*; badly damaged.' Bleedin Kansashasn't the petitIon I, a request that a seriesof Hare-A messenger boy.. ,..- and you were, 'afraid'of the water! .. i set.forth.t County .of DuvaL. LUMBER SAWED'CYPRESS SHINGLES
.
'--:4-: tl ,
1:? JI. yet been beard fronv tire tests be held by the depart- .- /i : .( t -"Given"under.my-hand--and*:-seal of.t Before the subscriber, a"', Notary AND"-KILN-DRIED SAP.


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__==_-______ --- "HE PENS""CO" "OU-'U A'RI.Oj..Y: : MgfNINC( MARCH 23, 1108 .
r=-- PACE FIVE.

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1 s McDAVID No woman's, happl. :
PEOPLE ji II

t:! & and EVENTS .t "4 Woman'sliightmar&. ness without can children be complete;! it ;


J BEST is her nature to love


I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and McDavid Special Mar.'to 22.The Quite Journal.a numberof and want them 4asmuchsoasjtjs

young people gathered at the homeof to love the beautiful -

( i I Tarry .$ Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. Miss Mattie Gunter Sunday last and The critical and pure.
; ordeal through which the
g spent the entire day. WhiU soma expectant mother must pass,
were indulgingv however,is so fraught vith dread
various games pain, suffering the
g BY E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. % PRICES others were swinging! in the shade ot very thought of it Ells her with apprehension and horrorThere! is no t

VxKSmm i : the,beautiful oak trees whrch surround necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous.

, thefcozy home until noon, when deli The. of Mother's Friend '
the for the
cious refreshments prepares system cominevent
.. were served. The that it is
safely p4S5Cd Wlth llt This
- danger.
dining any and
OFFICERS DINE room -was a lovely scene, being great wonderful
WARRANT beautifully decorated with silverware remedy is always i
The. dainty
FRIENDS ABOARD TEXAS. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature cut plied externally J
, glass and violets.In ) apVI !
Messrs OTtonnell and Howe war- BEST the afternoon their charming hostess has carried : 0. h e'' .
.BEST PRICES GOODS
i rant officers entertained a party of Miss Gunter accompan'ed themto of women through iii

mends at 6 o'clock dinner aboard the the mill pond which is near the trying crisis without
t s S Texas. Therewere eight # BEST TREATMENT. house and they all spent the remain- suffering.

courses: perfectly served. der of the day rowing and in other priceless Send value for free to all book expectant containing mother Information. of Friend ;

The" citY guests were Mr. and Mrs. .j \ ways Just as enjoyable TIM Bradfield Regulator Co.
& (7 Atlanta, Gsu
John Masse Mr. and Mrs. Jack I These are the three rules Thosa present were MIsse[ Etta Mat-

Brandon. and Mr. D. J. lIay_. / ,which rule our store in all sea. tiet'e and Eva 'Bourman. Misses Maggie --- -

Paymaster's Clerk Henache Gunner sons of the.year.. Our aim is to and Carrie Brewton and Miss Mae:
and Warrant Officer Lobitz give perfect satisfaction. There Fine%lot of Diamonds at exceedingly,
D.ggins; Bowman: Messrs. T. J. Cushion. E. A.
ct the Texas were also guests of Js no reason why we shouldn't ..Mason, Martin ,Durant, Jno. Gunter C. Diamonds low prices for a few days only. Ask

tseir brother officers. tz..: I and, if at any t'me you get any- Bowman: Frank Gunter. Paul Lambert to see them.J.F.DAVIS..

-.-- thing which is'not rt ht, we ask and "Uncle" Gee Bonifay. 213 S. Palafox St.DO .

MR. W. U WITTICH. JR. yon,to tell us of it. Mr. R. A. Bon'fay! Is !n Andalusia,
., _
MARRY ALABAMA BELLE. '
TO
1 Mr. Wildes Lucius "'ttich, Jr.. Kennedy's Cakes Crackers Mr. ,R. E. Williams .was a rtsitor.'
1I leave to-day noon for Alabama wherete ( p 'e;: ? and Wafers for -receptions.ROSENAU&GERELDS. I here Sunday. I YOU SHAVE YOURSELF? I

! will be married tomorrow morn- III 'np.II The: Ladies Aid Society met with. .

ing to Miss Alma Fuller who resides I1 1t\V\\ 1q3' Mrs. L. C.,.Brewton Wednesday after! If you do, you know the need of a first-class razor, THE PARBODA '.

sear Selma II lii \\ ; r noon. is sold by me for $ .50 and under an absolute guarantee '
frfj 1
The wedding will be a quiet 'affair, lI.4-z.; ) Misses Mammie and Letitia &g. -your money back If not satisfied.

DO Invitations' having been issued gettof Pensacola, visited relatives
and immediately following the ceremony jLI\i111! \ here Saturday and Sunday. C'oe's ':J3ook..s"tore.'AM .

the bridegroom will bring his t' Miss Vola Williams is visiting in .

bride to his home city to reside. cr The FancjCrocers Pensacola this 'Week. 233. 213 South Patter st,...,. Pa.Mcol..

They are expected to arrive Saturday Mrs. O. K. Bowman and night and will be located with Phone 391 Pensacola. made a flyng trip to Cntury Monday.

the groom's sister ami brotherinlaw Miss Josephine Lanton of iFloma-

, Mr, and Mrs. J. -A. Avant in their ton. is vis'ting: .her sister, Mrs. M. Bow
handsome residence on North Pala-- man. '
) fox - .. NEW METHOD LAUNDRYIK.

The many personal friends of Mr. *##**#*### **##*##**
Wittich and those of Mr. and Mrs. The Original.

W U "Wlttich Sr.. as well as the W//i/1 \\ \\ ) io! PIANOS AND ORGANS. Foley & Co., Chicago originated IK. LAWKCHCt. Pf9He1 Ho 8 Weal *..... St. **.*. f....
J familv connections will unite in a \ -CASH OR EASY TERMS. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
cordial welcome to the young bride \Yo All Piano Work Guaranteed. and on account of tha
who is said to be a lovely and loveable %. CLUTTER 4 RUSHING .. merit remedy and, popularity of Foleys great ...;................................................: .

). girl-one who will prove a 1io 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Honey 'and Tar many imitations are

charming acquisition. .:. PHONE. 476. offered for the genuine. These worth-
-+- tesa imitations .have similar sounding

IOWA EDITOR AND WIFE ** ** *C** '* names. Beware of them. The genuine -I PRETTY GO-CARTS !
I
VISITING IN PENSACOLA. 4ffuJ.d6zj5 / Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yei

Mr and Mrs. Nelson Roberts promInent .. \-" >:;" low .package. Ask for it and refus ,
people of Ft. Ma4ison< la.. are ..:, {<,. ton Cromer, left fVednesday night for any substitute. It Is the best' remedyfor '
in the city on a brief visit to Mrs. ..; it' Denver, Col., where they expect to re coughs and colds. W. A. D"Alem-
Yl Roberts' sister Mrs. Chllderson, and side. They were accompanied by berte druggist and apothecary.

. ter: niece Mrs. Frank Pou. Mrs. J. C. 'Beck Sr., mother of Mrs. +
"
j Ag the sisters have not seen each : : Cromer and of Miss Beck* of The MEN'S BOYS' AND LITTLE FOR THE BABIES I'1.

!- other for eighteen years their meet : Journal. GENTS' FITTED WITH LATEST
.
.,,. ing i ia very happy one and it is to I STYLES AND PATTERNS AT

3 be regretted that it la not more ex- Misa Josephine Bemiss of Grand PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS
tendoa but },Ir. and Mrs. Roberts Rapids Mich., la 'a guest of Miss C.mith Corner Intendencla and Baylen.I : :

leave to-day for Clearwater Fla.. to HE LITTLE PARTY :..PR'OCK.I : on East Gregory street : We have a full line of the famous a :
,"!Sit another sister Mrs. Cyrus -+- Wakefield Go-Carts. Take the babies '.:

horary I The simplicity of this pretty little over the bouffant lingerie petticoats.A '. The Pleasure Club gave a surprise : out for an airing. It keeps them :'

Mr Roberts is sole proprietor and party frock is its chief charm. Over fitted' ""bertha of the henristta, edged. last: night) by meeting-escorted by I BLUFF SPRINOSJ i C healthy and plump. a.

editor of the Ft. Madison Democratand a body lin'pg! of white lawn the ba-by with a rose pattern passementerie in,i "Ha husbands"! and friendly guestsat ..
It is especially! to be regretted wh'te! fits the round Dutch "neck, anda the residence of Mrs. Commyns .
that he can not remain longer and blue henrietta, waist is slightly bloused sim'lar shaped piece, much narrow and going in body to tender a sur- ',Want tine To-day? :
a get better acquainted particularlywith in the front and drawn down snugly er in width though and lace ed'S'sd,I prise euchre to Miss Boiling of -Mobile I '

(a the delightful people who consti- in the back front and back tuck- acts as a finish for_the little elbow,' and her .hostess Miss Katie Special ta The Journal. :

tute Pensacola's! large and growing ed either side of the (box pleat, and to sleeve. About the waist is ted! a sash Stokes.: A ,Bluff Springs Mar. 22.-We had

e colony of honored and prosperouslo f this is joined the very full and short of-baby blue,'or the dress may be'worn quite a.cool night and frost this morn- I I Ii

e residents who 'are among the sk'.rtwhich: ; stands out so smartly without ths: with pretty ,effect. Have you tried ,Blue RJtfoon Vanilla itfg.Bro. WjARSTON & QUINA ..
o r.loIt prominent members of this :\
? Absolutely pure; goes tw'ce as Lawrence filled his regular appointment -

o socially community, officially, financially. and citai for the congregation in order to {II th, "rush." They all like South- far perfection.and the "Blue. ,,1 Ribbon. Flavor" Is Aunt Susan here Long Sunday.improving eowly i I08no's. Palafox St.. Phone 148. Pcnsacdla, Fla. -

test their instrument.Mrs. .
new ern_ girls. Last Friday evening we .
MRS. FLINN'S RECITAL Flinn" was assisted by Mrs had a fine concert. I sang two ,beau -Miss .Be.ssJe ;.4........................................A.....o.$:
HORTICULTURAL'SOCI ) Taylor left Sunday for
J .C. Pebley who was in splendid tiful and STATE
TO TEST songs de-
NEW ORGAN everybody was .
Foshee to visit her father. -
Mr.: was Monday and
J up
Face. "Just for To-day. and "The from
Carmen I do wish
I. The members of Gadsden M. E. Holy City," most beautifully.PENSACOLA now. President'C. Tuesday with a couple of men helpingto
church who failed you could see David Warfleld in, McCarty of El Ted. '
to attend prayer- load at the BONIFAYSpecial ..
I meeting Wednesday night missed "The -Music Master" I It has had 'a Fla.. who is in the city.. announce grave gravel pit I
a Miss Elsie N and Mrs. Seal
t pe are
GIRL HAS ,
Icng that the this
society
treat run. Edna May was very cutein annual meeting of -
comfortably situated
The pipe! organ ,recently purchased FINE TIME IN GAY NEW YORK. "The Catch of the Season." Thepla.ys will be held In.the Windsor Hotel very house. and are
keeping .
V I am delighted with are, "The Auditorium beginning at 8 p. m. May
from Christ church had been placed The following letter has been received -
Mr. G.
R. Sanders left the northbound :
t LIon and The ,Mouse "M'lle 1st, and running .through May 4th on
in position and Mrs. J. M. Flinn who by The Journal and will .be' Mo- to The! Journal.'
train yesterday on a business
) "The the Jacksonville .
diste Girl From The Golden says Metropolis.The
las: been instructing Miss LUUe Wile reaia"! with interest bythe many trip.- '. Mar., 22.-'Hon. Daniel GI1-
t'i West, "The Squaw Man.?' I do not headquarters for the society Bonifay, f
lams the Gadsden organist In. the friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ro- and wasIn.
Westville
Mr. Patr'ck left for Mobile from
I Murley uls came over
care much for Ethel Barrymore nor this year will be.at the Windsor. fhe
use of the pipe organ, gave a reFranco -sasco and their accomplished daugh- .
Sunday nightNervousWomen Wednesday.Hon.
Maud ,Adams In th ir new plays this auditorium of the note is very quiet town
- ----- ters. season. One of the most talked of ania'! has ample and comfortable .seat D. L. Green :from Dady was
"MI Anna Rosasco Pensacola,
s < f. ----- .
I plays was "Man and Superman." ing capacity for 500 to 600. in town yesterdayiMr.
-v- Fla. is pronounced one or the most of
It 1 is certainly an education (o live A rate of 1 cent a mile is beng! A. Sessoms is having coat
brilliant beauties the Southern
'i girls now in among Ne.w York at the in New York. I am learning some- worked for, and will be doubtless secured '!paint put on his home, 'Which adds to

I thing all the time. its appearance.W. .
fashionable Semple school.
-
i I would like for you to know }{rs. Several 'special features will be Introduced T.o Bludworth -went to DeFuuiak
Miss Rosasco is a dainty blonde. Th.ir' Sufferings-. Usually legal (business.
AnnK She is about the most this season, Including'"Question a Springs Saturday on
with exquisite coloring and she at- Due to Fcunalo Disorders in horses and .
charming woman of my acquaintances Box" and a committee on Mr. 'Deal. who deals
tracts the, admiration 'and attentionof Perhaps Unsuspected from Gracevllle, vas, In town Your Choice of
assemblage she enters. She ) owes from a very aristocratic. reception and introduction. mules Spring Medicines
every and wealthy family. Special paperof State and national yesterday. ; ,
, admired and has receiveda blood
is greatly purifiers (resolvents some call
to be delivered and Mr. C. C. Johnson turpentine operator
"isitinsr in Importance
Boston are
< at A MEDICINE THAT CUBES
great deal of attention since herfirst them), tonics or general body bulId-
here Monday -
Easter, as we have a week's'vacatiQnI. discussed at this meeting and the from Vernon'oas';
1I Introduction into society in De ..... -.a.e enanged our plans decidingto program will be strong throughoutThe and left Tuesday for home.-> ers. Some like the old fashioned'remedies -

American cember. I defer our visit until June. I can membership Is about 600,' from : Can we dispute Hon. H. E. Hickman Sheriff came -sulphur and molasses sasafras -
"She is a member ,of the "Bachel- thewellknown tea and so on and so on. Have
I hardly realize I have been. away all parts of the state. over Wednesday from Westville. t
the Spinsters" exclusive Some the
an them.
ors ama! / factthat American prefer modernized
from home Jacksonville has always enterta: mills getting to be numerous
. exactly one year. It ned -- Saw ;re
'
dancing class which meets at. Del- seems only a few days. I am goingto this society' in fine style and this women are ner- in this country, but still thE priceof syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla Have
monlco's."At ? them. Whatever
a hop at Governor's Island tomorrow year will be no exception to the rule. ;: vous lumber is up.- : : your Sprln.g'needs
the recent Charity ball at the : Howoftendowe in drugs medicines, prescriptions or-
evening which will be my first; The society extend a special Invitation V Frost and Ice were in'ftfldence here
Waldorf Astoria :Miss Rosasco was hear the furnish
chemicals.
expression them
we can to
dance since Lent began. to Jacksonville people to attend Wednesday nightGadi _
She dresses most effectively : '-Th ,.4M am so nerTOUS '
Soups the belle. utmost satisfaction, even to
your aa ,
sessions. of Vernon
and among her handsomest gowns Things are rather quiet now. I am : and enjoy its ---:: it seems as if Parish a merchant price. '
must be pretty tired of this town yesterday. :
seen recently was a white chiffon embroidered sure you i should fly; or, was In
in silver and trimmed with Icng letter so I will close; With SYSTcMo OrWRITING.. Don't speak to R. DeVane made a business trip to Hooton's
much love and hoping to hear from ,- me." Little thingsmake near Clarkson the first Of this week. Pharmacy, '__

I pointe"At the lace.Century Cotillon she worea :you I am Tit Famona Method Known .. the A1/'J-hlE.ShfJlw I a.nnoy you and The fanners still continue to haul
lace threaded with Yours most- truly > Boumtrophedon. you irritable; you .can't sleep. fert'lizer from town. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery,
princesso gown
pearls. ANNA L ROSASCO. About the-year 450:: B. C. the lonians you are,unable to quietly and calmly Ank Niles a saw mill operator from PHONE 1100.

I "Miss Rosasco has received many P. S. My sister Ada wishes to be first: introduced the system of writing perform your daily tasks or care for out in the country, was in town )'es. .

Pint Cans 20c invitations to West .Point and is exceedingly -II remembered. She loves New York as from left to right Previous to that your children. terday. : .
popular at Governor'sIsland much as I do. -- time all scribes and penmen in geperal The relation of the nerves and gen !Several went to DeFunUk Satur otroll:
t erative 'orgm.s in woman is so close day.
of all ,
attractive
most If
the had been iu the habit of beginning the
Posts." "D. H." I :Mrs.Charles1 wajna has issued that nine-tenths of the nervous prostration FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
I Army "at home" cards for line on the right hand side of the page debility, the blues \
nervous
Saturday from
A letter from Miss Rosasco to a LISTENk Pensacola, Fla
Quart Cans 35c Pensacola friend indicates that she 4 to 6 to meet her guests Mrs. Kim- and running it toward th, left The sleeplessness and nervous irritabilityarise and remember' the next jlme.\ you suffer .

Ii enjoying Gotham'to the utmostHer :ball and Miss Dougless. introduction of the left to right modeof from some derangement of the from pain-caused by-damp weath.erwhen .
writing caused considerable confusion organism which makes her a woman.
follows: head nearly bursts
letter
I I. 323 West 7fth St., New York. .Miss Cecil Chllderson who has for a time and from the mixed Fits of depression or restlessness affected.and&o from neuralgia-try your Ballard's Snow
been quite sick in Clearwater which prevailed during the following irritability ; spirits easily
My Dear -' r Fla. systems that ,minute she laughs, the next L'niment It 'Will cure you; A-
one
t I guess you will Je surprise' to .where she is visiting: her aunt Mrs. century sprang the famed meth- minute ; pain in the,abdominal nent business man of' promi.1 THE

hear from me altho. I. have Intended Cyrus Lowry, Is practically well and od known as the boustrophcdon. Those region and weeps between the shoulders; Texas, wrtes: : "1 have .. tin.I I

These writing many times, but something again enjoying her delightful visit on who 'used the system lastmentioned loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia; a imeat Previous to using It I was a KANDY

1 Soups are already unforseen always happened. Need I the sub'P ninsula. Miss Chllderson would begin a line at the left margin: tendency to cry at the least provocation great sufferer from Rheumatism and -

) tell :you I have spent a glorious win will visit relatives in Tampa for several of their parchments and run it throughto -all these point to nervous pros- Neuralgia. I am pleased to say that KITCKEN

I prepared and can be 'ter in New York? You know my sinter weeks when she leaves Clear- the opposite margin and then drop tration. now I am free from these complaints
and I are.attending a very fashionable water. will relieve this distressing I sure lowe'this to your Hnknent"
below and back to the Nothing am is delightful to
a space run opposite a place
3J served In a few minutes; school'on Riverside Drive., edge of the sheet again; In oth- xmdition and prevent months of prostration Sold by all druggists.; visit on warm days. A
I Mrs. Semple hasentree into the Mr. ana! :Mrs. R. s. Cromer and and suffering so surely as Lydia .
all that is very best circles of New York, so I three lovely children. Miss E. Nellie er words. the boustrophedon!' mode ofwriting E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. large well vent:lated
required is room cool as can be:
the in which the lines REWARD
have Alberta was system
you can readily see we Miss and Master Reno Craf- a 103 Flatbush $100.00
Shotwell.of
1rIrs- ,E.:
of meeting elegant people.I rant alternately from left to right and : pano! recitals daily, and
II heating. pleasure Avenue, Brooklyn N. Y,, writes: the best possible .,'
have attended many notable social from right; to left This system did not "I cannot thewonderful relief I J100.00 reward wilLbe.paid for the

gatherings this winter. .A ball at entirely disappear until about the time lave experienced express by taking LydiA E Fwk- arrest and delivery to the sheriff!. of ICED DRINKS, <"

Sherry's opened the season for us- of, Christ!' The ancient Hebrew and am'a Vegetable Compound. I suffered tor Walton county., one Charlie Renola.a ICE CREAM and

.....:...-. then came in rapid succession four,. BRAINSREPAIRED II Greek languages were" written from i Icng tuna with nervous. prostration, bat'ktohe negro. Descript'on: :. He'got 5 feet ICES SERVED. .
I retill
Delanonioo's of appetite
danced at 11 headacba 1014
Century Cotillions the time the inches, weight about 160 or
risht to left but at about l would walk the door almobtjveryruatt. 10 or 11
Coti1Uons.1dapced I lot sleep and I
four "B. & S. mulatto with medium Could want a better .
the' Ionian wcip reforming writing meth- 170 pounds; bright you :
at Sherry's two balls at ods the Greek letters were" changed! in .*'1 h 4 tbwtor*and got flOLPtteT,and large eyes. Has ,car on upper hot day attraction?
Waldorf a number of hops at West life was .a burden._. I was advised to try lip to the right of nose,and when last I Hot Biscuits. Coffee and,
to the cursive
I. Sol Cahn & CO. Point ana': many many times to A delicious food form from the uncial L\di .& Fuu.naai. Vegetable Compound, seen he wore a blue faded jumper, Doughnuts at 5 o'clock each
dances at O vernQr'& Island. Then made of Wheat and Barley and the system; of writing was changed nd it has wcwifcB'lwmvkrs for me. Is allvf'n overalls, a gray cap a new pair or Xo. morning.
receptions afternoon teas, dinners by FOOD EXPERTSGrapeNuts. In both f'ft'f'tt! RO'II" to run from left to "I c.m a m-U women,soy nrrvtusnr sbo ,
$ Reward
and friends say I look ten year 8 fine sharp toed s.f! to
Th. Pure Food Store, and theatre'partles Besides all this right The followine quotation from _-ounror.! "my.' be patd by J< A E'cttboar' & Co., :
I we have entertained with dances Frrnklin Hln..rrate* thp.mlxf'd.. or boustrophedon. Will pot the volumes of letters from Crestview. Fla. I 1----- ,
r Southweat Corner PtUlox and InUntfeadaffl Welsh Rarebits, and everything ny tem of writing: Tomen made strong by Lydia E. P.nk-

imaginable. Do .You blame me for "When I seen- merchant overpolite to am's Vegetable Compound coanuce_ LADIES' MISSES', CHILDREN'S I Kandy Kitchen Cafe 1
NewYorkf' I
Phonu being imply crazy". about- I: ft ekat ot meht :cni reb .aremotsue sibtItle ill women of its virtues? Surely>:ou AND BABIES LATEST STYLES ,
I J sick weak
to remain ,
mnnotwish
Mrs. Semiple intro- brandy. and,throwing his goods on exhausted each day, AND PATTERNS. 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999
The gentlemen
l. duces'"to us are charming. These 10 days trial
Yankee fellows know how to give a ex to rtad.-St Louts RepubliC.a i other women. Corner Intendtnciajand: Baylen. -i1
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H $$2400 FOR A HOME I PROPERTY t V _-

BOSOM, UP MY COUNSEl -YOU'LL' FINDIT,. ': WELCOME." DSOLUna$11OQt.S$ S

Six room dwelling corner Jacksonand .' OWNERS HOOTON. &, WATSON

Guillemard, with 'fcath. electric S #*=""f t t ..

Don't Wait For DeadMen's lights and everything 'modern; one i i We want ,your ,property lsted! withus '<" S S nccejiors to 1'hosc. Watun 6 Cx:

block from car line/and Lee square. Merchants ) for sale. If you want the cash ,

FOR $350O)( -$420 PER YEAR location considering'should change'see; of' we can -arrange- with the buyer oneasy' Leading .-i 'Estate, Rental Insurance" Agency

Shoes you can get 6 new houses, bringing:in what we hare'to offer terms. ,
I $420 per year. These 'are a bargain. on the new street. We FIRE INSURANCE., -

I can nOW contract to LOAN.
i 1 MONEY TO
; S S furnish' a store' ,office .List I I"IB f Desirable :Property for Sale.
LESLIE .E. BROOKS to suit
Buy Pensacola Real Eaat'NOW.V ; or uHding. .
It will be just like getting moner from 3ourspecial' 'requirements -,<. .
L S BROWN & CO.
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or sale; /
lease
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-fl' home. show 'number,of ,fine REAL ESTATE BOUGHT'AND SOLD or, the'land only fore: :- 'Two story: ,brick bujldips, .centrally lo ated Just off of Palafox
We a .
investments can that you are bound to enhance immed'ate* Improvement -" .: Thlesen Building street.. .. .. .. ... .." .' ... ... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..$10,50000
RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY '
S
in value.Buy. on l lines subject ; One ,of, the most, ,desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner
iS' I... to our ipproval. Also I fronting south near car line 100 ,by 150 feet.. .. .. .. ..$3.700.00

? : : ; LOANED. S nave *n ideal site for LOTS LOtS! LOTS! Two story new dwelling, on corner lot 60 by: 125 feet on North!

204/ -Palafox St..,Fisher, ,Building. large hotel. SS Hill..: .. .. .... .... ........; .... .. ... S .. .. ...$3,15000
,
Now I A desirable and very comfortable one story six room dwelling with
S Phone 462. Now is the time to invest in good all modern conveniences, on the car line. West Gregory Street lot

W1IIBeAsGood : ; buildingsites. Bjy East Hill lots now I 80 by144. ., .,' .-. .. ... ..'....... ... .... .. .. .. ....$$3,00000
and reap a big profitS I North half of block ,67, Now= City Tract; 10 lots by.137 ft 6 inches each
_
;: S For Sale .. lots near Stoddart's, cheap at I a beautiful locat'on! overlooking the bay; only one block from car

i as Palafox. ........ .. .. S', ". ...$1100 I line.. ..?..?> ., ,...'.*: .> ,... ... .10 .. .. -r. ... .. .... 175000.
FOR SALE-Farm of 40 acres, under 4. lots near Hagerman's residence I Two story fiv,: room.storelnd dwelling, and ,one story four room

Pensacola Investment Company fence with improvements' part in ,. .. .., ..... .,. .....51000 : dwelling corner 'lot., -:60x170 near 'Water;front. ,..' .. .. .' .$,400000
cultivation. Cash or time $600.00 Apply i One who] -block near car line. El I We have a'few well! l located blocks in the .New city Tract that we can

to Thos. Peblsy. .23marlw Hill; an excellent bargain ... .$1800 sell at 'from' $325.tiu to $500.00 per block. any one of which is a bar.

4i4 A. D'ALEHBERTE. ,City Man "er. McDavid-Hyer Company;'I 5 lots facing Oporto square East: gain. -.

FOR SALE-Fast and gentle horse 13th Str.. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..$1250:! Those having 'property, desiring to sll same, would find it to the'r
; 4jij W. H. KNOWLES, President R. L SIMPSON, Secretary. suitable for family ,use; also set of York 5 lots near car line East 8th St. advantage to place same, In diir hands as we have disposed of about

j.!. STILLMAN, V.-rtes. Ml Gen. Manager. KNOWUS HYIR, Treasurer. new' harness. Apply 810 ,EL Gadsden Agents New each.. .. . .. a.... .. ,. ...$190 J $300,000.00' worth in he last 60 days. If you have funds to loan.
SL 22marlw Life Insurance Company. Three lots, corner'Gadsden and carline to collect rents
consult us If you'desire in agent your ; or want
.
Loans General Investment 5
Raet &'a'e, ,, 8 1 E.:: ,Government Street. II ; unsurpassed view of bay; beau.I fire ,Insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and Jot

South Palafox' Street, P .co.II''' Florida. FOR SI.AJLlE-Eggs from standard bred Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. tiful s'te u .. .. .. .. .. .!....$950 I know who owns same. consult us. -
215 prize winning Barred Rocks fifteen I
Ii Two lots E. LaRua. near in ... $800If
$1.50; ,fifty $3.- Also' Ohio Improved -i iI I jotj have lots to se1! ale me. If i ii i t

--------- Chester White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. For Sale. you want to' buy excellent sit.es. call I -
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------- i Lizzie B. Hughes Chlpley.FIL on or phone me NO\V.; :

HELP WANTED WANTED' 22marlm TYPEWRITER FOR SIALE-Good I HOOTON & WATSON ,

I second hand RenvSho, in excellent
'q4 FOR SALE-2000 stocks green, sugar C. R. YAEGER
WANTED\ -A ,collector with six years: condition $35. 20marlO.
34 SOUTH PALAFOX
WAITED-Young man as stenographer experience wants position with real I cane at $.150 per hundred. Can be used r PHONE *. STREET.

4I: and office bo>'. Apply wanted.in own estate,furniture or loan company. Address for seed or chewing. D. M. Merritt FOR SALE-Freight and passengerboat No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686 t I
salary ,
hand writing stating K. ,W. Olive Fla 21rarlw, !'' i
Address. '"B." care' Journal.' 21mar5t care Journal ; two 25 h. P.lurrY & Tre- _._
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23mar3 gurtha gas ,engines length'! 66 ft,! ---
ANTED-A cook. Apply Capt:' S. C. BROWN /pj.i-HORNS-Kulp- beam 18 3 ft launched Nov S
; ; draught ; MiscellaneousCUT '
Pearce Fort Barrancas. :F la.. WANTED-A, party to buy a good busIness Hughes Strains: egg'record 240 per ember 1905. Powerful tow boat Tonnage -? FOR SALE
well established good loca pullet. The farmer's' and ..fancierschicken. Timber
_: _marl_w._ _ _ tion. Palafox St. Communicate with 42. Delivered anywhere in:: .. Lands
iI Eggs for ,hatching. An all state.Price Write J. FLOWERS-Ordsrs promptly
$5,750.
wanted in M.J 5 choica land ranging
WANTED-Active man DC. care Journal 22mar! .ooo acres
i filled
Prices Pen No.
fertile guarantee. I for roses, carnations. flowers ,
dl. each county to exhibit. demonstrate 1. $2. pens Nos 2 and 5; $1.50 for 15Sunnyside Rowley Miami Fla.20marl2t. t |I I and designs: of all kinds. Miss Beriia from six to twenty.five miles of the J _
and advertise staple line;, salary $18 WANTED-A partner in paying business Poultry Farm. DeFuniak Smith. 616 Barcelona: Phone 651. test deep water port in the southern|
r weekly $3 per 'day for expenses. No Will bear Investigating.'Springs, Fla.S References-anyone in FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds! I states.: Pensacola Harbor. Will'sell-in j i ,$$200,000.00 deals and up; also (arias

capital required. Honesty and sobriety Small} capital] ,required. Apply P. O. the city. ISmarlm 'of strictly fresh farm and gara'e.nseeds : TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor.I Ii' any size<<1 tract $3 per acre and up.' and city property for investment or

more essential than experience. I Box 755. 17marl6t at reasonable prices. Also Gents clothing cleaned pressed and I This land is especially suited for truck saw mill and turpentine location, vl--:

ii National Co. 720 Chestnut St. Phi'a-' FOR SALE--Grocery Store and resi!* fruit and nut' trees. Banks _Bros repaired on short notice. No. 11% farms 'grap s. pecans and stock rals-,i I; gin pine timber, hardwoods

th.de'.phla.. mar21-24: :! POSITION WANTED ON THE ROAD dence -combined. including stock, Chipley. Fla., 25feblror I West Government SL, Pensacola. .Fla. ing. They furnish the best all year.|I cypress .,

t gin to learn to feed -experienced wholesale grocery fixtures etc; nice home, good water, FOR S4X.E-McMillan & Turton have Idee.J. grasses for sheep cattle goats and' stock farms etc. Saw mill and turpentine

7E'1-Brtght, and salesman. Satisfactory local and out one whole, block: under fence. Cash Just received a carload of fine Tennessee hogs; hd3! dp well on acrons and the,: land a specialty Call on us

Job press. Clean work Printing perman Com of town, roferences :iveu. AddressS. only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave.' horses and mules which may ..Palafox H. PORTER street sailmaker Orders 716 soutlt.. range 'year round; plenty timber pine,1 I! or address Box;, 115, LeFuniak Springs,

exit position. Maves O. L., care, Journal. 17marlw Mrs. Z. P..Ryan, P O'. Box 14.l3marlme be seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia oak,"etc., for all purposes. Get rid of Fla.
Government St. 21mar awnings
pany. 24 West tents camp stools and house ,
rent and home. You can
street llmar I paying buy a
I q
tejr WANTED; ; :::A: house man.Apply G19 ARCHITECTURE Plans. Specificationsand FOR SALE.-= 1ti25;; cots. etc. Prices reasonable. .Sljan.I sell all manner of farm product at

N. Palafox St. ,corner Gadsden. I tages $5 details.00.. Blue furnished Prints for of modern fine dwell-cot. crops boxes Turpentine timber to' cut 15 crops.will ,i FOP pecans SALE; 2mlles-40 acre south-orCblpley farm 10 acres on B inS SHIP CHANDLERS-McKmzle Oert- Pensacola ;at high in prices.100 farm 6'I|''TURNER & AYMARD

WANTED. -Men to learn barber trade. ing drawn to suit the most fastidious: sell entire business oran Interest C. &; St. A. R. R;,'also 120 acres, 20 ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship Special bargain housefPensacola acre 20acres
miles from
Splendid time to begin. Busy sea- Chas. W. Howe Bagdad Fla. to good man with somemoney.. Address acres improved. 2% ,miles from town. chandlers and grocers, only first-class I court ; Real Estate ani
house of kind in city. Fair to all.Fine open, land, balance heavily timbered
prices
1- "Florida Journal. I
Few weeks care
: S ion s on completes; top 14marl2t : Address J. B. Hogeboom Aycock FJa.
ri I ; fruit., grapes and pecans good
ages paid graduates. Positions JlmarlOt! Smarlm stationery wedding! invitations, I mill steam all complete Abstract Company,
shingle power
waiting best trade in the world for A BARGAIN--Party owning 6,000 '
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FOR SALE-Two-story house containing -. FOR SALE OR RENT visiting cards,. tally cards, etc. Celia
60 worth
-iI farm Land
i acre : J1500, $3000. Sawmill and Turpentine a Spe-
man. Little capital staits busi- acres gooa" mill timber., mills locat '
poor eleven rooms, corner lot, 9Sx i I I 5 miles from cit .on Brent road 7 M, Robinson, representing The Chas: .
Investigate Moler Ba'bJrJ. ed on will sell ; RENT.
less same outright or an FOR.
ol1ego. ."w Orleans. La. 17marlw interest to practical man with somo 120. For information. apply ,501 W..S room house. all fenced, in; 5 fields; -2 H. Elliott} Company, of Philadelphia.' clalty.
S Chase. I llmar I II story barn good water mail box on Smarlm. Nice cottage, No. 200. West Romana
money Address Owner Pensacola: V P. 0. Baz I 115.I DeFinirt Spring, Flirlli
WANTD-Tei. men to work on turpentine -Journal. llmarlOt I I II I the land. Address*.)'Farm,"care Jour. street $10.65. I .
S FOR SALE-Four room 'house w:th I*,live In Pensacola corner llth I i
Men with families
farm. East
-i i naL J ,. 18m:vlw* Nice cottage, water front
: preferred. Call on A. Green care of WANTED-:-Everyone to know that I bath, at Gouldlng with two lots.j I v- .street and 15th avenue in New City GI'egory St., $600 I
Solomon FurnIture Co. ISmarlw The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter Apply to L M., Davis. 'P, O. Box 633,', QN T IE HIGH LAJiD-:-East Hill elec- :and will lake care of jour Piano by Store house good stand. North NEW REAL ESTATE LIST

has been received by F. tt:. City S lOmarlm tric car line, sIx! lots 100 ft. front the year at a low .figure. Refelt Ha>ne St. $10.
fmWC ; WE LEARN you to make mirrors at by 137% ,deep, corners $700 inside clean out .
Bruce and is now on display at No. 2% tune. etc. Phone 802 2 Choice offices, good location
home. Full guaranteed formula $5. East Government AH interested are FOR SALE-A. R. Bmgham has a lots $600. There are no better situations -.rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm The best investment in city today 2 FOR SALE !
: E. F. M. Co. Box 472 Pensacola Fla. cordially invited and good team .of mules for sale. See than these lots. A. V. Clubbs.
S to call. inspect story brick building in business centeron
ISmarlm ,
them his new float. feb2
7mar. on FOR SALE-3! show cases, ol tank, EGGS FOR HATCHING. Palafox St., $40,000. Six hones In West King Tract

WANTED-Good cleaner and presser I FOR SALS-Beautiful block* In New platform scales counter scale. :34 I From my prize pens of S. C."Rhode renting ,for' $30 per month ...$2S3J;;|
at once. No? 9 E. Intendencla. WANTED-Contributions for the Or Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown .
I City. Tract No. 312. For cash. $eOo.I gallon milk! churn,Awheel push cart Leghorns U..T.-.CRAWUORD f
phans1 Home.
1 Money, clothes eatables
; :S 5 13mar.WANTED. j I Apply to A. M. McMillan. CQurt'Houa8. heating stove. Hugh,. Moloney 924 N. finest, pens In the south $1 to Rouse In West End renting for
received. -
etc Mrs.
Notify Win.
mUllS $1.50 setting of 13 or $6 'per 100 neigh
: -Ten experienced saw i .lau Davis SL l8marlw'FRESH per ; ; $10 per month good
; hands: Apply room 415, fourth Fisher president, or Mrs. N. McKOerting. S t also agent for the famous Banta Incubators 315V2 South Palafox Street .borhood.., .. .. ... ... .. J1000
:
; floor. Thiesen bulldinc; secretary._ 4mar AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the YARD EG Received daily and Brooders. Drop me a

.J A..1I.JTEIJ-The public to know that Pope Mfg.Co.and can sell you autos and every egg guaranteed; 25 cents card and I will calL E. L. McFadden, Five: lots on North Hill if takenat

ANTED-FIrst class laoy stenogra we can do all kinds of repairingfloat from $500.00 up. They cost less than dozen.' C. M. Wilson corner Davia Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R. ,once.. .. ,, .. .... .: .,5M

c pher. Address in own handwriting building norse shoeing. etc. J. horses to keep up, They can be run and Lloyd streets Phone 620. F. D, No 1, Pensacola, Fla.
k5i Five lots' fronting; Toledo square
SPECIALBARGAINSFOR
with references. Office Work. Care In sand.or anywhere a horsa can 7marlm
go.
G. Welsh Carriage CQ. 27feb 4mar3w'S . .
Journal. .fmch.v 9. Leslie E. Brpoks. New City.. .. .. .. .. WOO
COURT HOUSE" DYEING. Pressing FOR SALE.-10 room house corner MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New One block In New City on carline
FOR SALE My property, 416 E. Bra- lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x tick furnished If desired. All donein
i Board and'Rooms. St.and Mrs Cleaning: T. J., Davis.Club.Prop., 118 N.Your Palafoz pat inard St. consisting of four lots 40 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire good rder, on short notice Leave FEW DAYS ONLY! .. .. .... .. .. .$MM
orders at Green & Watson. Phone Half block in New City on hard
: ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed xlSO feet; a two story dwelling containing of tandard Clothing Co '29Jan "

ROOMS CHDVP-Furnished or unfurnished Careful attention given ladies' 6 rooms hall. ways, bathroom FOR SALE-SO acres good land three 193- ,7mar Lots 11 to 15, b'Iock.97, road, overlooking Bayou Texar J1500)
5i4t SI rooms on the hill; after April garments. Phone 22Z.WANTED.Hauling Sfeb closets and pantry. On car line; will miles south of Chipley. Twenty These r8 all first-class piecs of

:1st. l location high and healthy. Close and transfer sell entire property for $300000.S R acres in cultivation and pure spring MRS. H.in S.shorthand CHUNN at will her recsive residence pupils Belmont numbering.....$650 property and are gilt edge inrest
to car lm. Apply at 314 E. Strong. Lt Reese. 22feb water. Will sOIl for cash ,
t Ime ments.
Phone 1213. work. Office, phone' 363; residence' : or on 321 Barcelona St., Terms $;).00 a
16marl2t N. Barcelona .
Two lots
phot, 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of Apply A. Hogeboom, Chipley Fla. month _in advance 4mchlmo
FOR REVT-Two nicely furnished imported Olive OIL Retail by 28feb
Tarragona St. 25mar.WANTED. pint between Gregory and
TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION
rooms at P. Stone. 17 N. ]gallon or larger quantity G. Morasso
Palafox.
CO.
FOR SALE-My home corner 10 ave. AND RETURN-The launch Le- ,D. HALE WILSON 6
21roarlw.WANTED! Co. wants.-The your moving Merchants and Transfer hauling. &South Co., ship Palafox.chandlers ana' grocers 701 and Cervantes St. This, is a bar. Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. Wright .."...,..........,...$1500
4oct.
-A' few boarders at 212 W. All breakage; guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- gain if sold soon. A. C. Binkley.' m. daily. Fare rouno' trip 25 cents. REAL ESTATE

Gregorj. New house, goodY neighborhood sen. PrOD. Phone 978. ISjuneim.WANTED FOR SALE-Large horses' and mules, 16 mar. Special: rates to parties Pavilion ,
for turpentine operators and log phone '65 f. C. H. Burton Leslie E. Brooks
and on car line. ISmarlm meL from : Manager.
EGGS
for hatching
{1r -To: ',buy old gold and silver We guarantee satisfaction. Address carefully mch41m RENTS AND LOANS
manted hens. ,-
OXU large ,double furnished stuff Strictly thoroughbred
room. broken up regardless of Waterman &: Co., G. G. Cobb manager -
Hot and cold water bath with fowls 'and I guarantee a good hatch. MATTRESSES.- an J retail -
nse sizes. Cash 'paid. LIgntman & Klein. Chipley. F'a.' 23feblm. 30 S. Palafox St.
of telephone, 415 West Gregory St. 106 E:. Wright Pbone 1127. Stock for sale at reasonable prices. manufacturers and dealers in Fisher Building.
Phone 865. 17marl FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved Barred Plymouth! Rocks White Plymouth cotton, moss and E. &. C. mattressesand Phone 234.

FOR WANTED-A; ,R. ,: BIngham wants property in all parts of the city.J. Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns b>a' springs. Second hand furniture h __'- -
RDNT-Newl3rfurnished rooms 'your"moving and hauling. He guarantees A. Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agents ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or bought and sold. Upholstering I
I S S very reasonable. ,Apply 20 W. RJ. all I breakage. Phone 630. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone $5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs; I and repairing done. Old mattresses 5A'1A1I
St.
i mana 17marlw 172. have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida renovated; new ticks furnished if da- 'U'
FoR I will tune and repair your piano and 23Jan Will aired.: 114 E. :
RENT-3 furnished room's; for; Syrup. deliver at 50c per gal. Belmont. St, city
rent. Apply comer Chase and organ as cheap as any one; guarantee FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T, DavIs _.
1it: Spring Sts. llmarlw best and neatest work. Prompt Yorkshire Pigs' ; pedigrees furnished; Farm.. J. Pope Prop: Bristol}, Mgr. 240 ft on Wright St. by isz n deep 506 East Jackson, :2 story 8 rom.
: attention and, satisfaction. Phone 802 I also fullblood game chIckens' and eggs Fla 24feblm :a fine warehouse sits cheap' at $5000 ,and hall house, bath. gas. dplighbl

LI FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHED 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm' all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S. I C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher Romana 240 ft neighborhood lot 93x150. $3 OO,
St.
80 ft. East
I rooms for rent with the privilege pf WANTED-W McGeachey, Chipley Fla. Smarlm shop and grocery .store corner Davis on 7 room and hall house on :\ortb
orders
want' your for East of Palafox St.. a, good hotel or
light housekeeping at :254 E. Gregory. and Brainard Sts. Your patronage Hayne with all modern convenience
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original S HOTELS.THE business site, for immsdlate sale:
itk: Phone 557. 9mar2w WANTED-To loan money on your solic:ted. Satisfaction'gllam.: $2500.
designs fto select from. All watches large dwelling! house on.same 12500. :
jewelry and
personal ef- teed. Phone &15. ImarJm- bal'
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent prices. Mayes'Printing' Co., Pensaco- BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, 5 room cottage and reception
fects. Highest cash price for old gold 201 ft on the south side of Garden back and closets, tuv|
furnished -la. .good beds. Free' baths and sample front gallery
Newly cksan and nice. I6feb WATTS AND COLES-Contractor
and silver. LJghtraan &;Klein 106 E. St by 160 ft. on Tarragona and large wt
deep condition
c1 new and In
good
room. $2 day. Special attention
near postofflce. Apply at 128% E. per I and builders. estimates on all kind
WANTED.-Th. public to know that: wrlghL Phone 1127. Manressa streets the best warehouseor $1200
be terms,
Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer to traveling men. J. R. Brown Prop., of building and repair work. Satisfaction can bought on easy
7Janlm. old newspapers 'ean' ,be bought at FOR SALE-A desirable lot lying immediately DeFunlak_Springs._Fla. 13marlm : guranteed. Phone 1208, omc, wholesale business. site in the' 715 North Ba>len St. 7 room 2 stor
ftS S this office for fire cents a bundle. Theyare south of the :Masonic I i 208 N. Reus. 23feblm city. 20000.. res'dence: lot 70x125, every moJen
Old newspapers at five cents a bundle all clean and Dice. CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEYop..lepot. convenience $5000.
Temple having a frontage on Pa'a-! 40 ft on Spring St., between Garden
this of&ce. They Large and well lighted CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. 12th st-e*)
; : at : are all and
1 clean Corner 8th
.4 and nice. WANTED.Elctnlv. work of alt k'nd. fox street of 30 fet by a depth of rooms Free sample room. :Meals at Floats built to order. Horse shoeing and Romana streets $4000. avenue city u
5 and hall gas.
Let us cieau', fans : 182 feet. For sale for a few days room cottage
I your repairour onlyat
a specialty. J. G. Welsh
S all hours. Special attention to traveling Carriage 40 ft. East Romana St. on eas:
en east of ter, large lot, can be bought
dynamo, da Jour wiring etc. Paona $21,00000; one half cash the bal.
!' men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Co. 27feb
Tug- and & Co.
adjoining Bass
; $4000.
: Money to Loan. 570. Pensocula! ;Electric Co.. 2C5 S. ance In 12 months at six per cent interest gle. Prop. ISmarlmCHIPLEY I terms at $1700

.. -- Bayloo.SECOND. : Hooton & Watson. ISmarlw 10 LOTS ON NORTH: BAYLEN STR EET A SPLENDID INVESTMENT;
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; MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows HAND CLOTHING WANTED FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs Prop. Special},IOTEI-Carl attention Setterlnd'j; H LOST THIS PROPERTY SHOULD BRING NOW $2500, FOR IMMEDIATE I
t1 S money from Jno. A. Hall 4 -Highest price paid for gent's sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out I .I
Co., 16 E. Government street When clothing only. Sell second hand goods of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58544. cial travelers. Free sample LOST-'A pair of sold bowed spectacles SALE.4 .... .... .... ... .>... .... .. .. .. .. S S .$200000
r rooms. Large rooms with good beds
In need call on us. Sfeblm Dress suits for rent No. E.Intendencia All guaranteed with registrations and Friday or Saturday on the 144 ft. on East Garden by 192 ft., 6 room and hall cottage on East
day. ISmarln
pedegrees. Carl Setterllnd. Cbipley $2 per street or In store. Reward for returnto and bia!
WANTED-All klatts Of electrical I deep at $14,400. Gadsden St.. between Das
ta MONEY, LOANED on all kinds of personal work. .I-sell' all kinds of electrical Fla 26nov. BAY HOTEL.-open night and day. '' th's office. 22mar2t: 5 lots on the southeast corner avenue a nice home and good neig!>

pioperty on short notice. batteries aJt 4:other electrical supplies. TYPEWRITERS' makes.,new and European plan. Rooms light andclean. LOST-er watch open face. 16 Spring and Baylen Sts, a splendid borhood. cheap at $1800
J. B. --
,w Terms easy. Gray & Co.. 2 W. When you need me ring '345 or 955. second hand, for Bale and rent. Transient trade solicited. j'I size. Reward for return to 209 E. building site $2500. 5 room and hall cottage on Cervantes
Romana. Phone 116S. ifeb E. W. Peake,'new. Star Laundry build Phone 380. F. B. Bruce.' 28. E. Government 575-579 S. Palafox. J sa. S. NIcolaq. I Garden. 21 marLOST between 8th and 9tb avenues, lot

MONET TO LOAN.-Oa real estate lag E. Garden, JlSdec. : %mar Prop. I 2 lots on Cervantes between Spring 40x137% feet deep $1500. '
sufficient security or. -Gold hat pin, with wreath design and Baylen Sts. 60 ft. by 125 ft. deep, Two cottages on East, Romana a.
t1i: other to Tho Pebley. cor. Palafox by >>p!) WANTED.-Real Estate for saloon W.u..ED-To. sell hotel furniture. I with a small bird Insde.: Re- a nice building 'site $1300. No. 522 and 526; renting: for $6 !1.otI'

: ing Romana. up stain.S 17nov and>m. rent lease exchange. Your business Reason for selling, business calls Business Opportunity_ ward for return to 426 E. Gregory} :3 lots on Strong St. between 10th month, good Investment. $t>00.
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson from town. %Omarl w., at FIsh
me away Splendid stand; ; 6 room and ball' cottage
MONEY TO LENI>-On good real *; Real Estate!: Agefot. U% W. Gov. I ._ S and 11th avenues this Is very cheapat the bar.
all in house now that can be accommodated $5000 buys an established business on 1' ---- -------- $650. ville. lot 60x125. fronting on
i tate security or on good collateral ernment Street Room 7. Salisbury ; 105 East Intend ncla St., Palafox street. Good local as well :: $1800.

5- at lowest rateo. LeSlie E. Brooks, building: 'P 9ne 171 23Jan Pensacola Fla. 16marlw as out 'of town trade. Owner leavingthe STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE 4 lots on the southwes;; side of ReusSt 5 room and hall cottage at LtI:

I ,Fisher Lulldlng. ZlJaza city. !See J. W. Coons at Pen. r between De>Soto and Strong for a Bayou lot 100x140, on the water a
FOR SALE OR RENT New sir room sacola Investment Co. 23marlw I'i S"rE.U1ER CAPT. FRITZ J. M. few days. U 130) '. lightful home, $1500.
MONEY LOANED* all kinds of personal 'FOR RENT house on East Hill In excellent location .l Rogers, master. Passengers anu
; 1 property on short notice. on two large loU; block,and Freight service. between Pensacola
a MONEY at the lowest rate of propenj
i. ""h_<<: : interes t on vacant or Improved city
J. W. Bullard. ; n'iSN"rSSlUSSUSIs Fla. At
Terms easy. upstair and Freeport Bajlen
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished half from car' line; cement basement str''!t '
%1% South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. 6 room cottage at,Big Bayou near beneath large airy rooms ,ihower ONLY I DCAUCB..elEJ'MWANi;: :i.,TIPOPRCOLATO1. S wharf' Wednesdays. Tourists and TH'E COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY.If : .

S ioorUNLIMITED car line, facing' water, Apply P. O b ath and sewer connections For FLOATING [ DO : others desinng to see places of interestou -
Box :SU. CIty 13marlmATR. particulars address House care Jour : ----- Choctawhatchie Bay ,and Santa your rent returns are not satisfactory give us a trial.
amount or to loan .....
money nal., ITmar C ..... A.J p.g .Aft'..IML .. Ss Rosa Sound should make this tnp.
oa all kinds of personal property, BINOHAM,baa storage roo"m for !Ia... Jluu-.u. Special ratE's.for. parties; of ten
Special rates to business men on IareS rent, suitable for furniture or other FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspa. ..':.C BIORE TEA f njpre For rates or othsr Information or The Fisher Real Estate Agency

( .-?Z ]C:1DS.: The: New York Loan Co., 20m goods. lot and, 106 South, Tarragona pers at flYt cents a buadM, "Tils of. S rMd. __ P.aaac.Ia'ssus$1u143.sSssssss111usu1wusssss"s. I[ apply on board or address P. o.Boy' ,
South Palafox. St. PSone! 6SD I : .
S r JOnov fice. S r.,!. Peusarola FJa 206 South P'lafot- p....-. II'
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Over Half a MillionSATISFIED REAL ESTATE I .MARKETS S.Navar" Stores. IAUSLEY.t' s COMPANYt I i 1;.


/ Savannah Ga;. Mar. 22.-The naval ,p,
I stores market Closed today as follows: 't,
CUSTOMERS
TRANSfERS WW.. ..6 00 t (
wa.-.5:. .. ..... ...4..5 95 ; COMMISSION BROKERS f
Do you think such an enormous business could be built up andcontinually N.'.' "..... .....h75460 ,
increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? 7 M.... : .. ....... .5 35 I
Do yo& think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our Following: is a list of the deeds recorded K.-. ..,.",'... .11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. | !
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established: yesterday reported by the I... 435

Do you think U. S. Senators,Foreign Ambassadors,Bankers,Business Pensacola Abstract Co: '. 11 H..< .. .. ......10

and Professional WHISKEY men in if every it wasn't section all right of this country would. keep. on nsinsrHAYNER ,I block J. Emmett 112. East to King J. J. Tract.Hooton.Belmont all of G F... ,. ..... .,. ,..w 0..3- .....3 '75E 75, J Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,. and Chicago. |f: :

Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it. if it Numbering except lots 21. 22, 23 and .

wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? 25 $500 and other considerations.J. D.. :.% .3 3 75 75 f COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS:; |ii C CI.
just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. J. ;(Durland to Escambia Realty >
C.... .. ...375
back if are not satisfied. ;
Your money you Co., one unfliv'ded: seventh in SWU. Saints S
of SW SW W. 34.01625 Turpentine' 69% cents.JOOBERS' and Sold l for; Investment. i
.United State Senate,WaiWngton D.C. %. NV4 of % Bought on Margin or ,
acres ofNWVi of SBVi. E. 96.063 acres Knocks out all weakness
"I bite found Eujrner Whiskey exceptionally Car table and medicinal FUrpo. .." o
Wm..41.Stewart of NWU and the NEW.! 473.195 acres gives: new life, QUOTATIONS
i Reference: First National and Peoes! Barts. Phone 1173 ?
U.8. Senator from Nevada. in the FilipQ Pre to Tract. Sec. 56. Vitality and Courage.

T. 2 S. R. 30 W. Also one undivided Keeps the Kidneys PENSACOLA PRODUCEThe .....6....................#.........................4C
seventh In lot 19. block 84. West King! -

HAYNER WHISKEY Tract; also one und'vided: seventh In i' healthy and active. following were the &Jobber's .-

lot 25, block 2'2. West King Tract $1" j 4 A pure high class article, quotations on produce .yesterday
and other considerations. that will,do you good March 22: ...
T. L. Gant to L. D. Gr en. an undivided Butter,. Western Creamery 27 to 2Sc
one-fourth interest In S. 85 ft. of Butter. Renovated 21 to 22c Hardware Paints Oils
,
FULL EXPRESS ALL GOOD DEALEES SELL IT"B&B" .
$3,20 fl lot 98. b'ock 8, Old C*ty, $1 and other Cheese -.... .. 15 to 15c ,
4 conslderat'ons.: ) ; Eggy ,, .. 15b
QUARTS PREPAIDOUR Wm, ,Knowles to Dorsey Franklin' Atlanta Grown Chickens,. doz. $5.00 to $6.00 Varnishes, Brushes; Locks Nails-In fact we are prepared -
lot 10, block 136 East King Tract Turkeys, per pound, ., .. .... .15c to furnish"'everything needed to build the entire. hoaaj
East .of Tarragona Street $100. I[ I Geese, per doz. .. .:?,,.,.. ..$7,50! from foundation; to roof
OFFER We wM send you ln a &*** sealed case, with no D'Alemberte'and '
O.'tQ.OO'
Wm. Knowles. W A. Ducks per doz, \ .$ i
marks to show content*. FOUR PULL
BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J120.QUART and we f 4 t% : A. A. Fisher. executors of estate 1 1I Sweet Potatoes, per 'bu..* .. .. ..80c Contractors. ShouldGot Prices., ,,
will par the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have jour doctor f'i of Wm. Fisher. deceased. to J. W, Bill- ; i Irish Potatoes per bu. .. .' 'l5.c ** t
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teat It-every bottle if you wish. Then if yon don't find it just as we say E1 A lock. Jr.. an undivided one-thii>l Inter, McMillan Bros. Co. Rutabagas per bu. .. .,70c
and perfectly axtisfactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your est in NH, N% cf SSi NE% of SW Onions, yellow, per bu. .., .. ..85c I' Saunders Mill Company,
$320 will be cent promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? You __ 4dont & S f of SW: >/,. Sec. lt T IS. R. 31, Onions, Red per .. .,90c

risk a W., containing 517 acres and known Cabbage hard per ,lb. .. ... 2% Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
Orderi for Aria..Cat.CoL. Idaho.4 Mont.N ey..!:.Mex.Ore..Utah.Wash. l/IVATJ! :aruc ;.. is the Henrietta 'Springs' pr I Cabbage., grejn, crates,. .. $2.75
or WTO-must be on the basis of Ouartn for S4.OO b Ivxpreaa lre n ------- -
paid or :cti Cil.rrots. per bbL 3.00 ,
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our nearest Office and do it NOW. ,.,
OUR PRICES ARE CASH AND Strawberries quart :30cTiMBER

THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY ."= ALIKE TO ALL.PENSACOLA. r'-:
:SHOE PARLORS.Corner
MARKET
Atlanta, Ga. Dayton O. St. Louis, Mo .S PaulHinn. Intendencia and MOBILEALABAMA.

433 DISTTT.T.IBT.Tao?.0. ESTABUSHID 1868.HOTEL La Grippe! and BaYlen'j ------- The timber market continues to.I IDLE MONEY IS

S Pneumonia often follows la grippebut show an upward tendency and dur-
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I never foUows the use of Folay's, Political Announcements. lag the past week ther was a rcarLed 1
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Increase over the quotations of the
Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe ;
1 1Ii coughs and prevents pneumonia and For Tax Collector. )peek previous. Average of from
:'JD' if consumpt'on- Ask for Foley's Honey I I hereby announce myself a candidate -. thirty to forty feet were ea'serly: taken

. or 1 1i and Tar and refuse any substitute of for re-election to. the office of at from 2S% to 2934, cents per foot! MONEYWASTED

vlr- SITE. fered. Mr. G. V cher. of 157 OsgoodSt. Tax Collector for Escambla county; wh'le averages ,of ,twenty feet sold

>ds. Ii ., Ch'cago! writes: "My wife had a, at the primary to be held on May: 15, readily' at 24 cents Timber, between
severe! case of la grippe three years 1906. I solicit your'rot these: averages sold at corresponding I
turU3 \ Is not sufficient! ,
\\i ago and, it left with a terrib'ecau'gh. Respectfully. prices. The supply;
!! i She tried a bottle of Foley'a ,J. S. ROBERTS. to meet the demand and consequentlythe ,
is and
market firm everything
IgS. Honey and Tar an-t it gave her imme- '
date relief. A 50 cent bottle cured For Representative. placed on ths'market: meets w'th a l Why keep it in unsafe placeswhen'we
J) her cough entirely." Refuse subati I am a candidate for member of the ready purchaser. About 2.000 pieces S 4
Representatives from Es- were received here during the week, will safely'care
D'Alemberte. stand House of
; The best situation in the city for a tutes. W. A. drugg
IDpec and all] of this was sold as soon as it .
cambia County subject to the Democratic
apothe ary. for it and 4 cent
/ pay per
tourist,hotel 130 feet fronting south ... Primary. I earnestly 'solctthe : was offered. At present there tslit. S
h. 'f'. support of the voters of tie coun. Lie if any timber on the market. and ,: interest. Put your money: to
( by 172. feet deep on East Government ty. .JERRY. SULUV AN, JR. the stocks are light at all-places. '
I .- work. S .
I BEULAH
; -; street overlooking Seville square I I I AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS

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and Adams street with open view of C Liverpool Cotton Market.' ,

I'(i I Fensacola. bay,. 10,000 will buy thai Special ,to The Journal. SHIPPNBNEWSCleared! J n.-Teb.Close .
Ill Baulah, Mar. 22.-Heavy frost .-)( .....S.81
property. I with Ice formed on pools of water is Muv-Aprll.................?..............(.81
M : J' April.M&r .5->>2
-: the record in this vicinity Wednesday
: .8.84 FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
\ : S I morning: Whether it has killed the I I Uy-Jon.t;tane-Jtly; ......,...6. :5
ST 4 :; : fruit or not is a question, butrit looksas Beatrice Ital bk, Sasaveggio If ,1479, Jl yJl1eus'p....-....-,:r.... $..8rt.incutSeptember
:\ SI \ though it had at this writing.' for Genoa with 1.155,000 s ft sawn _u....._......'..B. 3 PENSACOLA, FLA.
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I Planting has been delayed here on September-October "'!:....... ..5.67
\: account of the heavy ruins lately timber. ,' Oetober-KoTember .......,.. ......5,07 Vf:H.KHOWUBK.Prea. \V.K.HTXB,Jiu,T.-Pres.awl Cmitiier.T .
\1 : :: making the;ground so soft that in VESSELS ire f'CRT.stea1VIte. ffoTMnber-Deeember:...:......... v.5: .(!S3 .W. BaIl 1'and W N.ROBERTS Aast.Oa..hter*. ,
A. V. GLU BS. ; some places it has been 'Impossible .. DeceIC r-J..nn rj .:;.;.?:.,............'......E.Cl DntKOTORS-F< C. Brant. \f.. A..O.Bloant..U. Bren'No. W.. H.- Knowles.: \ft K. Hrer. Jr..
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28:>0 to get a horse on to the land without 'August Belmont Br as. Clarke, .LiTflrpoolSpot.;'dL .' .

bogging: 2967 Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. .
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Arthur Spare and Daughter Miss Dordrecht Dutch ss, Teensma. 1920, New. York _Cotton Market. -
Cora in the city Tuesa'ay corn- -
were FunchaL ,Open High Low" Close
1000 bining business with pleasure. Dorothy Br ss, TVhyte,. 1546, Mobile I IJuly' 5- 5803.
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May 10.93 11.C9 10.00 1091 ,
LOUISVILLE &'NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY :Mr. A. J. Busby was in Pensacolaon
lolanthe Br ss, Hodgson, 1943, St lie 1US 10.93' 10.83October..10.42 I JOHN PFEIfFER. Aisitttnl Cithltr.
!. 'II.t. -
last LAMA
business Monday. C.W. "
Transit Co. '
1 to Gulf 10.43. 10.33 1083
5000 Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North. Mr. Ben Watters wa in the city Vincent .. 1038 M. E. CLARK Vlct-Prestdent and Cwhler. J.W,ANDREWS.Awistant Cashier
$ Marie Aust ss, Gerolinich 2579, December... ...10.43 1047 10.33
one day this week to secure medicalaid. York to Gulf Transit Co. N..York8pot..ll.M
READ DOWN READ UP New ;
LOGO Trains Nos. Trains Nos. He is suff ring from the effect Mfguel de Larrinaga, Br ss, Thompson. New Orleans, 10 15-18 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
shin which nearly
the
2 4 3 1 of a blow on 2668. Manchester.; Wheat. ,
fractureia' that useful member. Nith. Br ss, Gilebrist. 1459, St Vincent Open High Low CloqeMay.
1000 l1Jpm:(; 115am LT. .. ..Pensacoa.! .. .. 5OOam; 4:00pm Mr. C. B. Busby and Mr. 3!. Ma- to The W. S. Keyser Co. .... -...... 723 78 77 7CJJuly. OF PfNSMCOLA. FLA.
6'30am 6:20pm Ar' .. ...Montgomery.. .. 9:35pm 11:15am lone were among those who had business ehl .:...;...-nji. 77% J7 m< DEPOSITORY OF UNITED, STATES.
11 45am 9:10pm I Ar.. ....Blrnt"ngham .. .. .Ar'l 4:2apm I 8:33am in the city Tuesday.. x a. Corn. ,DESIGNATED, ,

1 500o/ .:5pm ,3:17am Arl. .. ...Nashville.. .. ... 8:45am 2:25am Mr.\ T.. M. Hanna. of Quintette, who Orpheus, Aust shIp. Medanlc. 'Tries Open Sigh Low Close CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $68,093.
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, -Oopm 3:37am Lv.'Iashville.. .. ....Ar. 8:17am 2VSami I is in the turpentine business with te. Ia Kay..4 .jl<% U U"<
eat- 1 ::''am I' 8:15am: I Ar-----Evansville..Lv. 3:00am I 9:20pm his brothers-In-law Chas. and Henry 'BarK_ July_.. ." tf 44K 44# DIRECTORS.

40am %;10pm Ar:. .. ..St Louis..Lv. 8:45pm 3:30pm: Barrineau of that place. has returnedto Anna M. Ital bk, Alcese, 868* Ha U Covlngton Frank Rcilly, F. C. Browner

5opm 3:21am Lv..Nashville .. .. ...Ar. 8:27am 2:15am his home after spending a.friends week vana. 'New York ,Stock Market J.Henry M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W., L"mar,
and
I pleasantly with relatives GurU, Has bk. ,Btomberg; 702 Bar. -- Open Clo T. F. McGourin J. R. Saundcn.
? Ham I 8:30am: Ar..Louisville .. .. ..Lv. 2:45am I 9:30pCl f Bryan Dunwody. .
this vicinity. Mrs. James Snow- ..........
in
to Pensacola Lumber Co. Southern Pacific. &- 83Copper.,1 } W. ".Milton. 0. E. tahura.W. ,
:0. 2\am UOln'n: _1 Ar..Cincinnati .. .. ..Lv. llOOpm: 6:00pm: entertained in his honor last Saturday badoes: im&f A. M. Avery .
aen Pedro Lacave Span. bk, Maristang 'Cawthon, .. Dr. W. J. Hannah, [Mvhcnzle Ocrtlng,
evening and a candy pulling S.R....... 13 B \WAtch.
gave A.
509 Savannah to Rlx M. Robinson. C. N. Co lngton. M. E. Clark..
Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. Alex fdcGowln
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all SI 93 !
children which en-
for the Ital bk. Schiaffino, 1503, *
Precursore, .
Si 7 24.3 4&1 3&2 1&4 5&6 joy .)'. A.R ......_.-. 1A5 i 156"
to Rosasco Bros. Firms Solloit d. a
Genoa ........ Accounts ofS'anks.lndhlduals.Corporatlon.and
82J4 feStfErie
state convict R.aT.
fS 1:00am: 1l:05pm: 11:55amjLv ..Pensacola.--Ar'l: 5:00am 4:00pm 6:30pm has The started' still at up the and Mr. James Snow-camp Scillin, Ital Rosasco bk, Zeno Bros.1220. South 1$.& 0 ........................ 11o 11t. 4 Four per o.ntlntr" .st Paid on Tim. Deposits.
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1t:45am: 2:55am 4l2pmAr U:4Oam: 11:59am 2:35pm hampton .I'm f2oi!
l.Olpm 7:15am 8:15pmAr., New Orleans Lv. 8:15pm .... ._ 9:25am: den, who is in charge turning ot that out som partof Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272. a F.I..*.*....:"...........4.51 K 4L

the bus'ness is Antwerp. 0. S......;..t.. ... 3&i SSU.H. :'. -
Flomaton Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville. very fine product as he is an expertat .. .............. i. -r----------
105
Schooners. .. Deferred 105 % ...........................-$4
the business. I have bean informed ....... ,..._. 28? 28 o....s.t....as...."... .
n 1 6 1 3 Tratns do not at stations ,,2 6 22livDalyIJal1y1DalIy Demison Am ech. Peck R.s. 0'"J MENEFEH.' Cashier.It. .
stop E. E. W.
I I I I .4 I 1 been change in Lizzie
there hag a y REESE! Prwtdent
that 1..& NI....................... 1485 180 S. ,
where no time 18 shown 1 DaUYllDallylOallyl'DaUy ownership at the camp the Varna 4&2. to master. Lea.d........................ ':9 JI! 8!. CART 'VicePresident.TIILPEOP.LE'SBANKOfPENSACOL4..
.. ifi& 2:301 :60 Lv.. ...F1omaton.. .Ar" U45 1:25 : ..... selling their interests to a gentleman Horatio L. Ba er. Am ach. Mohr. MP........................ ...... W I i
... .\ 5:00 2:35 2:55.. .. ..Century .. .. .. 1240; 1:21 8:21..... named Forbes, of Pensacola. 720.) Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. V.0'--........ fiOCan. .
.... 507: 2:41: .3:05.: ...Blutr.Springs .. ....12:33 1:15 8:15.: .... Thos. S. Dennison, Am ach. Wade, .Pac...................;.. io 17fl4 I DirectorJ.. Rvss, J. t. Reese W. DeC. K. ier.! R. M. Gary, 'I
(yon ... .\ : Davld.. .......12:22. 1:05 8:06.: .. .... A BABY 1329 Baltimore to order. N. Y.0 .-. 1*, 143 W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton.
tfulrt& .. .. ., : .. .....1208: 12:52: 7:55..... should be sunsh'ne in the home, and Barkentlnes.Beatrice p o ...... .... No Sale TRANSACTS A GENERAL ,BANKiNG BUSINESS. '
... .. .. .......11:59 12:43 '1:47..... will be if you giv it Wh te's Cream Am bktn. Casaveggio 143C RD'0; ..............,. 127* Ml18s. TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPEXZTFTJlA-i SOLICITED
" .... .5l72:513:30..M: .. .. ....U:61.UU: '7:39..... Vermifuge, the greatest worm medicine Rotterdam to Penacola Lumber Co. .. 1?:$ 13:% ..... .... .!...................*.. .. ...-....'o..

!ice* .. .. "!' : : e lIlll .. .....'11:441Z:2S: -7:34..... ever offered to suffering human'ty. R.I.....-...... 26.*% 26'.4 40 .

.... .'. : .. .. .11:40 U:26: 1:31.: .... This remedy is becom ng the per Carpenters and Painters. T hR C.I........._....... l48 J48!)
! III'Is. "'''''6:01: '3:34 '4:23.. ....Gonzalez.. .. .. '11 -1:21-1:26....... manent fixture of we'i refilled There will be a joint meetIng ol Peuna;.......:.....,..,.........1 1:18: T 8B. W4LLCS V'o..Paa"'D.7.
-> ..... '6:03 '3:36 '.:25.. .. .. ...Roberts.. .. ... .-11:33 '1:19 '1:24.. .... households-A mother. with chUdren Locals Ncs. 74, U. B. C. and J. of A. u.p.......... ._...-._........ 1 1" 152% rJ.HiLTON M. bCSHNFLiH GR.KK1.PBeAIDuot.CASHIER. :MANSFIELD 8IOkl5NOA'r.CaIsrmCitiefls.NationaI :
lot, .... .\.6:15 '2.5' .4:40.: .. ...OlIve.. .. .... '11:22 '12:09: 17:15........ can't get alotfs: without a bDttle: of and No.: 459 Painters and Decorators Bank

0. .....'.6:21.3:51: : '4:48... .. .. ..Brent.. .. .. ...-11i5: -12:04 -7Q9 .,... White's Cream Vermifuge In the Amer.ta to be held i: oil: armory Ausley & Co's Daily Cotton Letter. .
,ton .... .j 6S '3:5-1 .4:52... .. ....GouldIng.- .. ...11:11 1201; 1:05./ .... house. It *s the purest ind b2st medicine build! 'ng next Friday 23, 7 o'clock} p. New York. Mar. 22.-In the cotton 'of Pnuco1& flortdftOl ..

lertcet :; ..:' 6:30: 4:00 5:001 Ar... ..Pensacola. Lv. 11:05 11:55. 1:00........ that money can buy. -m, to cons'der matters! of importance, irarkets to-day there was. no complaint tr[C'OKS.Qeo. .
U NO :i ; -. I---=- I No.22 By order of Carpenters D. C. about lack of business. Prices .-VT Wright. Morris B ea!. T.K'Welle RixM. Rofcinvm.: L Hilton Ore's.S .

I PM i I ,I 'I I, A.M NO FIRE SALE OR JOBBER boomed in a eooa'! old fashioned way A. CfPifRiLAVKINC! HUSINtSS JttANSACJlOOO.
\\'. 1111. ... .... 1:00 Lv.. ..PenS.'lcola ......Ar 10:50.: ........ 11:15 STOCK. ALL SHOES DIRECT -- -- -- --- -- ----- the outsider came in for" big bunchesof !

as3NT I. .-,':!o ... .....a 7:13.. .. ....Bohemia.. ... .. ....... .......... : FROM FACTORY. A GENT'. MAN'S TASTE IS BEST. cotton and even the professionals ._ _.___ J
; ::2I..I! 7:15.. .. ...GuU.PoInt.. .. ... .11 33... ... .:..'10:53 PENSACOLA SHOE PARLORS, SUITED WITH A who of late have been talking In an __ __ '

; I ;.251. .. ...... ....... .. .. ..YnI! utra.. .. .... ......... .... '10:50: Corner Intendencia and Baylen. extremely pesslmfcticvein changed
S :, j> .. ....... .7:18... ....Escambla.. .. .... .10:28 ... .....10:41 their minds and bought, for for a C. ,.... ,. 1_ /".. ----,.
If M.
.TE : ( .... 7:2 .. Iuat.! .. ... ... .10:19: ........'10:36: CREW NOTICE CERTIFIED CHECK turn' anyway IIe.." .ce-,.
'0.00) 411..1., ... ...... .. .. ..harp.. .. .. .. .... .........'10:32: Neither the captain owners The man who :thinks he is wise to :Wbol..*]e and Retail Dealr ii

; .... 1:35.. ... City.. .. ..... ..... ..... ... '10:21 S nor consignees of the' 5c CIGAR. the .dodges and moves of market Steam Domestic. Anthracite
Ease6th .,.ot: .'.... 7:39.. ..... Inton.. .. ........ : ... .... 10:14 ss Mara: will be responsble of manipulation still finds himself COAL.
," ?-> S .1.... .. ... .. .. ...Goo:! Range .. .. ...........: ..... 9:43 for debts: contracted by All the Qualities !? material flaror,aro troubled with doubts as to Price's sin. and Blacksmith .
igttran I .'1I3 .. ......a .. ....Ho'ts.. .. ...... ......... ... .- 6'1.:.> 0 .the crew of said vesselGEROUICH. ma.embodiaa color and In gooa cereity as a bull. It was 'reported Odce KoJ 43 South Palalox street Telephone 93. .
I .i I .. .I.... : ... .. .. 11111an.. .. .. .. 9:1%..... ...... 8:5201. : Capt J1- this morning that he was selling 9.Tir1 earner Tarragona' 'and.Gontalez efettg Phones 6 and 37!'

' ; \ ....... 8:15.: ... .. ...Crestvew.: .. ., .9.H;( ......... .. 8:38 GULF TRANSIT CO; ConsIgnee! Greenhut & Co. heavily of July but this was merelya .t -- !r

. lotS II 09S . .:... : .... .. .. .Deer Land.. .. ......,.: ...... 8:03 rumor and couldn'tbe confirmed. I ._ .- ,_ -----.. ;;: ---' .- ..- ---- _. ._-.

8.:1:1.: .. .\.......I 9:10.Mossy Head .. .. ....' : ............\. 7:41) Nether CREW NOTICE.the captain owners S DISTRIBUTORS. It must:be said,the..that farmer \ friend
.. FLORIDA.c7rcT. of Jo
( 161.> .. .... 9:35.: .DeFuniak .... : 6:5.9:41. : PENSACOLA. scalper itried! ;; Uxe.;. :martet,]:aid wrong I lose my money. I shall
of : Short
: tie success.!
coas
nor
pet S : .. ... ... : .. .. .... ...... ... 6:42: A. ItaL Bk. Anna gneea; M. will be been. a huge' -.jn'ddle of tha forenoon eeveral times todyi but were each tot!; be surprised to see May selling
9 '. . .. Springs..8:13.... ...:.. 60 Toward the
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Ponce
9:57.. debts S awakened to the fact time ''forced to .'cover on strong nerers a';eferen and a half cents In the not
iber'bar. 10 I L: ... .. ......... 6:00. responsible for contracted the public .' "
..... 10:10.. .. ." of said : like a bull cam from Mr. Price dlrsct and his fol- Car dIstant future.
by the crew'
'10 ::?. .. ....... 10:15.. ....CaryviJle.. .. u... 7:121.. ... ..... 5:5 that something and very the result was A lowers. ..Although there bas. not been I We' desire to add that ua ourselves}
11:4: .. ... .... 10:30.. .. ....DonUay.. .. ...... 655..u! .!". 5:2. vessel. : paign was on values wh' the maJority lately such a sudden.* 'or material have had serious doubts as to Mr
:. tie i 1.,. .......... 10:47..Chlpley... .. .. .. 6:37............ 4:55: E. OL.E.Master. All !Hinds! that you_ want. ftesh ,spurt pf were looking n for change in cotton fact to .warrant the Prices) sincerity. and even at lbs

t desrty- .... 10: S.. .. .. ..A.cxk.. .. .. ... 67: :.. ..... 4:39 MASTER.ConMsnee. of operator The bulk said that tWmorning's al I present advance H coato: plainly lw I I present We woula'n't' care to wage
.1.55 11:07.. .. ...Cottond\le.. .. .... .6:18: ..; .... .4.1 reaction. .drance would' look seen that the bull manipulation startEd I too much oa.It yet we have felt foi
.... 11:25... .. ...arlanua.. .. .. .... 6:00.. ........ 3:55: F. & A. M. -ijA{< ANO PINEcheaper thirty cents to what was really going 'jn New York and must be reckoned I I a long time'that a bull leader with
Escambla Lodge No. 15.
) .\....\'11:45.. .. .. ..Cypress.. .. ....1. : \.......... 3:1 SpfCal conmun'eoto! (*.fEseambia to .take place when the public I,I, with In every 'branch'. of. tha busi tne money and nerve could put
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S SSS : '. .. ..Grand Ridge.. .. .. 5:32.............' 3:07S. : Lodge, No 15. F. .It thai'\. you ,can tuy rot into the gam In earnest and the ness. : prices very much higher and tberId .
..... .12:02... .. ..Sneads..1. ..... %:43 A A. M. be held Frday U anyvherev' Any size )OU big new crop aborts were actually on ,The following telegram was received .no doubt whatever as to Mr.
will
.1..S. 12:15 ..Rlver Juntfon 5:11..1.. ...1 2:30 23 at 7:30 want. .:* the ,run fS"corer, 'There can be no from Mf. Prtc wblch Is self-' IPTice's:' qualification In this respect
.1. .... S 1:401 Ar.. JacksonvIle! ... ..ArI .. ;..1 4:0 o'clock. evening Work In March F. C. degree., Visiting *;' question,'as to the enOrmOus short interest .! explanatory:: "I of course."realize that but will be assume this leadership lathe
P.I.s both December :sincerity is questioned It was! question. ,
I I JAMJ I J I 'existing'in my
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brethren 'nvited. until
fraternally ; c. conservatism something -
E : and should this interestbe I about a month later last;year when We advise
21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping! car between C. D. "'BEYcn.w. :. and forced Oanuary' t& cover before the new I commenced bulling- 'cotton at 7 definite Is known U this r.-

. Jacksonville via River Junction Seaboard Air"" Line. '. G.'DAILEY. w. 3;-!. Phone 614. crop' begins to move. no man can for- cents a oound. I-mar..be-wrong this e t.I -
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t1 PAGE EIGHT THE .PENS CO\.A JOURNAL, FRIDAY, ( MORNING, MARCH. 23, 1908rSF ,
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t Jih WEEKLY :REVIEW ,Reese & Mendel;: GOYI BROWAR 'S'"SC'HTMr .r. .':' ': ::. "' .,. I


BOYS'NIGHT Carload of. ::
The Home Tailors,. ,
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of'SDUTHERN ISfE 11I


rr3 t ROBES,. .a151i Builders. -

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Iff 50c. INDUSTRIES, -i 't.' .' : : .:' :', ';t': Sl8l[ I Bethesdi.Water':

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ll: That's only one of the good New Corpotflfortped) in Dixieland . . -- .
Says ArsiloMan _*i ,
thln'gs we've got for the boys- During the Week Men'sFine ', in Co.ml1uni-1! ::-& j.' J: .

.we have everything needful to .. cation to Jacksonville I "
II I Just Received.
Just Passed
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equip them from head to foot. :
teFl Newspaper.A .
Bata $1.50 to $ .oo. I ChattanoogaV Tenn., .Mar. 2-A I r r .

Suits that nobby and I most gratifying showing ta made by recent issue of The Jacksonville;
ark I demand for
: The Tradesman this week concerning Times-Union contained the followinij, So great has been; the this
stylish showing the fine form the Industrial development of the Clothes. letter relative to Governor Broward'Sj; "
; Southern states.. Following Is a list scheme for draining the Everglade'!. |'' ;t
from 600. $8.00 mineral 1 water that I find i it -
to advantage ;iof new Industries established in the which, at this ,time: will prove of mor}' excellent necessary I
to $20.00. Shirts mouth during the week ending todayas than ordinary: Interest 'I KBE
and $10.00 Tradesman from New and up-to-date line of Spring Editor
compiled by The Times-Union
from 50 cents up. 'Collars, 15 the verified 'reports which are received and Summer .Suitn!! sand Trouser- I notice so many articles r. about Governor -I i! ii! to order i it in carload lots. &

daily, A telephone company in ings. Breward's' "scheme" of drainage: .
cents, two for -25 cents. Neck KentucHy has capitalization of 5.000; Suits, from $ir.50 to $50.00 of the Everglades. Permit'me to say :, w, ,,
j 000; development company In Oklahoma !-I Trousers [rom- $5.00 to $15'.00I that the scheme is thoroughly feasl-: 1!!
r ties.. 25 and 50 cents. i capital of $700.000; a Join- our Gentlemen's Suit Uiuo. :
reports bl9 In my opinion. There Is not only! 1I
+ f ; milling company in the same state I Costs only $1.50 per month-for pressing : -sufficient fall, hut pressure to warrant m fis the BestTHter on Earth
Cw $500,000. .ntir: a gas and electric com- and small! repairs. a quick process of dra'nage, and theae:
pany $75&POP.! ;() From Texas a gold I Dyeing and Cleaning of' men's ana rich lands made available: for agrIcul-
i r WE INVITE THE mining company is' reported with women's Clothes a specialty. ture and. horticulture at once. Thereare g.1.. ,
300000. There Is'a, long list of new Give us 'trIal wUI JR
tr.a.s. .a We. appreciate thousands of acres that nature, .'t i

+.+. BOYS TO CALL. enterprises, at figures in each ranging of the states from 20.capitalized !- your REESE-MENDEL-business.- TAILORING' CO. ,has drained trails, etc.by cow All paths this talk and alligator aboutIii Stick to your old friend and drink the water

rr i 000 to $500,000. The list as prepare '
r 'pe:t," etc., burning up is a'l' "poppy, t
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the week .
by The Tradesman:, for Phone 675. 11 N, Palafox -t. i cock." and there is no such a possi':1; i 1 which will do good. It is the
sure
t 1 as follows j are you
Alabama. . i bility. Knowing the:Character: of this:1irl you .
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John White StoreS rich soil, which
The { has.after yearsand
Huntsville:=$7,006 oil mill. .
MobUeBottlingorks.. Morris Dannheisser years of decay, become perfect- s3::1.1) '! i. original mineral l water and I
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containing all .
the
ements. of rich
t.lmtM la *'* Weir. I l(Birmingham-$60.000 land company a
I land ; $250,000 i earth inflammable or cOD1l ustlbe.1: ]Il't .
.' : $5,000 company (Formerly of Dan helsser Bros.) I
t 2O5-2O7 S. Palafox ,Street fertilizerfactory.. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine' Any ordinary chemical knowledge!;: d t
Phone,225.i Decatur-Light and power' company would satisfy anyone. of thU. There
f J 1t .. Wines. Beer anq Tobacco. : j mght be ot recent [deposit leaves and ?**
Florence--Cottin' gn! and ware- Old Hickory Whiskey My Specialty stems of, plants, gfasses, etc., tut'thJIwould | it is a Ho.althful R freshing Beverage

house. 12 W. Zarraaowa Street. ,I' be on tie surface and amounts; rW R '
r- Opelika--$ 5OOO ice and coal com PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. to nothing of-a serjous.. nature as toj ,
fire etc. Now'what would this '
I pany.. < do as 1i-
S Y Marlon Junction-$10,000 cotton to the enrichment of south Florida?

FULL gin. Ktngsdale( -$20,000; naval stores company Well you could hardly estimate the It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
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Arkansas. ; $20,000 manufacturing, com value in dollars: and cents. As It now
\Jhnct,bolo-! 50,000 manufacturing pany.' stands it Is';not ;-worth' 10 cents an

EXPRESS company. Lumfberton $25.000 development acre. Drain It and, it is worth all the Company Waukesha VVis. and there is a :
Fort Smith-$10,000 lumber com company. way from $10 to $100 per acre. I : .
rllfc PAEPAiDt I any:, $100,000 coin and land com Hendersonville-$5,000 broom fac- have been over miicb/of: this land Inl
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pany. ..i I' tory. 7: the last eighteen or twenty years, il ."new man in ever bottle $
Little Rock''- $10.000 Investment,, Cameron-Cotton mill/! -'_ I know that a large proportion of the (
pang. Oxford-$100,000 buggy*factor/" Everglades could be reclaimed by a E
Forest CUy! -$40,000 bridge company .Mt. Airy-$36,000' hardware com- central canal with laterals, and this
'Swannanoa-$10.000 lumber company would not be of great cost. The later. '

,t { Prairie Gixrye -Florida.$25.000. lime works. Oklahoma; als places.would form naturally, In many. : C ll for It and Insist on Having It I II ,

+ c i Dot vlasdMsonvinie=Machinery company: Oklahoma City-$8.000 manufacturing Now, this is"a practicable "schem?,*' Iy
'
'it f ; L saw mill; naval stores company company; 4100,000 construction and there is no doubt in my mind that
Live Oak-$25.000 brick works. company; $100,000 mill' manufacturing the governor is a level-headed man tie- .
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DELIVERED FORCHAS.BLUM&CO ''D3''tona-We.ter- works I company; $25,000 .development company yond'peradventure,.and time will prove I I Ii

ra Barnesrflle'-Georgia.'$JO. O. canning* fac Helena; 25.000-Telephone broom corn.system.: .company.. 'I it of' rich I have cultivatablejands no doubt:}, such, a after vas(drainage area- You ,should' have i it at your club, at: your

tory. t- Jet-Coal and lumber company will exist! that >generations will
Griffin 1\lartln--cotton'-Gajs plant gin. Hobart-$700,000) development com grow up and bless] the man .who first i w favorite saloon, and. on your sideboard.
v ; ; inaugurated such a. "scheme." Noi t "
$100,000 disInfectant pany :, '
Atlanta-Box factory: ;
Grimes-$5,000 cotton 'gin. should one only estimate' the
\\m 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. and germicide company. money
Enid-$ 5-oOO Ice and cold storage, value of such a scheme, .but for the
r JACKSONVILLE FLA. Abbeville, -Water Saw mill.works.. plant sanitary 'and' .hygienic: reasons. Mil; i' : MOOGhS i
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Chipley
h e Adel-Artificial stone, worlds. Sayfe$ OOOO"mill and elevator, lions of *mosquito"breedlng places ; .
A
b
would broken
T Wa"cross-Palnt shops. company. up} which cause ma-
i Marine Grocery Co. Indian Territory. Tonkawa'-$500,000 milling and loan laria and other diseases of tb/s character frr.r j"!' DC _
Wa"nnewood-Cement block fac company. .f- ; which In' pr humble bpinion f== '
ftp.3M 1 604, 606, 60S 610 S. Palafox St. tory. Shawnee-$750,000 gas and.. electric is the only way to get rid of this dead. m t 1
? Phone 723. 1\larlow-Cotfon gin. company. ly enemy to the human' race as wellas i3 :Jis-trib-u.ter. h r. 1
fitI Kentucky.AdairvilleTelephone. Guthrie $50,000 manufacturing the bovine and other domestic ani -
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. company company; $200,000 motor air company. mals. That this ."scheme" will ultimately -

4 i THE' HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO ''Ixmjsville: -' $5Q06,000 telephone. Foss-$10,000 telephone. l 'T>e carried out. have no doubt I.: Liquor Dealer: >t t
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; EAT company.. South Carolina. For hygienic if for no other good Wholesale
d Just Received: Louisiana Summerville-Lumber, company. reasons, I beleve there will be'more w.
tt a Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch Zachary-$15.000 brick works. Fort Lawn-$5,000 telephone S'ys. than seven million acres reclaimed, .
m 50 kite of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per Hayes-; -$50.000 lumber company. tem. '. now worth nothing.'. Suppose these i I Pensacola Fla. I Iusand
kit.CO Gl st&nd-pTantag mill. Rock Hill-Marble works. lands could be sodnby| the state for i I
kite Salmon. $1.5 kit. mill to $5 an acre: You can'see i 1 -
per WOOdWOr1\--$50,009.. saw ( Columbia-$40,000 gas plant; $50- what a rev .
50 kits halibut 3ns,, $1.25 per kit be rebuilt). 000 land 'COmpany; stone and- metal enue would be realized either from i"!''Ii n'!" Ws.+}win::U,o w,1+J Rrw 0: U wn.Wr.WwwX.'rpwinynrrrsWr.!;: !;.'-nH: +rW. ."rrgrrWrrWrr) Un ...F.J-4--I-t-'J!Ir!' Wr r rrnWr.W r7 M1i :' ;:i
!;; 1' 50 kits of 'Cod Tongues and Sounds' dew Orleanu-$250,000 lumber 'company. taxatiqn or sale and oh what a blessing "'JUI'_"'''' -,.,nr"U.U; __' ...... ........_......ur..... _.!'"- _)("'. _"

vi ;; $l.!5 per k1LBloaters company' ; $50,000 land company. Spartanburg-Foundry and machine for those who would come amonC .. -- ------------- ------ -
Milkers and Roes Herring.CodHsn. Halle-$100,000 lumber company. shop. ;; I
and
this rich land --
c. Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles. Colfax-100,000 lumber company.Homerldlectric $t. Gorge5OOO gii mill. settle up
It" and a climate -*
German >Rauer Krout. make blossom as a rose
ct Feet in kits..00.. light plant. Darlington-Land company. (( :: : : : : :, c :: ::Iu I unsurpassed in winter and summer ..
Pigs Huston Mining company. i Charleston-Building and loan com- Insure Your
Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cako. Mississippi. I l-pany. Fanned -by live-giving breezes 'Property
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fl. National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25 Hattlesburg--$10,000 manufacturing morning, neon and night. Now this Is
per, pound. bottjing\. works.. Tennessee.- nq Idle. dream but truly facts that
r We handle the celebrated blends ot company Weathersby-TeIephone.; system. Memphis $30,000 manufacturing CORNU are susceptible! of proof and those Against Damage by Storm
E Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee Collins-$50,000 lumbejr company. company; $50,000 lumfber--' ,, company;; C 0 0HEN' who doubt' will change their viaws as
g Co.. H. P. Chipman. Manager. Meridian-$10.000.. auto-cycle com artificial stone works; to the feasibility of this drainage The recent terrible: storm In Meridian proves its necessity. !-
r,$ Oaxaca. 35c'lb.' ; Gold Standard. 25c pany. ,":>." Troy-$10,000 development'- com "scheme" of the governor's.A The cost Is is but little above nothing.Is .
+t Ib; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Golden Newton-Brick .works.. pany. : FLORIDA DEVELOPER. |
j Rio. 20c lb.Strictly Homer-Planing'. Alexandria-Hoop factoryl: Arcadia: ,.March 17. ; Your Property Protected From Fire Damage
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fresh roasted and as goods : \Vesuonr-i3ay!: mill. Bristol-$25,000 lumber company; i
any Coffee sold in this city. '' $ 5.000 saw mill. '. ,_ Don't Complain. > Insurance
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{ Send us your orders and we will deliver St. Lo ls.-JiO.OQO(} Investment company Gallatin-Laundry. ,If.your chest pains and you are unable KnowlesBros.
Fire Life.
KnoxVille-4200, 00 coal mining ; Pensacola
Ir promptly ; $10,000() ,Iron works. ; wire ,andIron 3 to 'sleep (because of a cou'!h. Buya
work. company,;, $10,000 stove foundry. bottle of Ballard's, Horehound Syrup -
i:1: Kansas City-.$500,000) manufacturing Texas.' t and you won't: have any cough.)
company,. Wichita Falls-$2S,000 ice factory. Get 'a bottle now and that cough will --- -- -- -,
s r{ Kirksvnl ---$100OOO trust company Avln er-$10.000': lumber company. not last long. A cure for all pulmo-I{ "..... ... ..
San Antonio-$20,0007umber: ) company ... ................""' ''''...
'liunVber diseases. Mrs. J--- Galvestori,1Texas
HOW ABOUT (lloplin company; wagon nary : N'EI. .Ocr..A.:
factor)"/:. ;' $50,000 lumber conicany.0iouston4300,000'gold r FOOD writes "I can't say enough +: .
Central CtI--$00,000, lewd and ( : .mining company for Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The Iron Works Supply Co. I'
and
zinc; mining company. ; $5.000 ice and fuel ..company.Corsicana relief it has given me is all that is I
i. YOUR BOY ? CartervllleInvestment company. -$50,000.:; oil and pipe line necessary for me to say." Sold byall Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. $'
Carthage-Mtaing company.! company; $25,000 oil company. druggists.A FORGINGS, MILL Aft!!: STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP t
I North Carolina.Hickory$25,000a'battling. Welmer-Fertilizer, factory. makesCHICKENS : REPAIRS A, SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders. J
}1 1. it.. DOES HE NEED ANEW works. Knox City-$20,000 hardware company Carton. Wooden Watch. day or night Agents forJames McKay. Co.'s celebrated Lo* ad< t

lw (SUIT? BOYS ARE I SirapsonfUla-T'Cotto'n mill.WinstonJSaJeinp'125.000 The most curious timekeeper perhaps i Timber Dogs also 'chalns- of all descriptions.} Office 'phone 123. Residence +
$ plumbing Ganado-$15.000 canal company. LAY phone 1029.. P. O. Box 123. PHIL 10
'WITTMAN Mgr.
USUALLY HARD ON I and mill company: ; $25,000 furniture Glddings-Electric light plant. that has ever been made in this country .........,........... ........ ...............
THEIR CLOTHES AND i factory.Tarboro. El Campo-$10,000 If jht, l ice and water was the work of one.'lctor Dorlot
-$40.000'knitting mill. 'com )aav.: # who lived at BmtoJ. Twin. in the last ---- t'1 FOR THAT REASON I Scotland Neck--$50,000; hardware Waco-$40,000 cotton :compress. It keeps them fat and century., This horologlcal oddity was .....-...........................- ....................

t 3,. WE .ALWAYS MAKE IT I company. (Cleburne-.$1 0,000 hardware company in a healthy:condition. nothing'' more or less than a wooden I: .
l Lowell-JI00OOO britk works. <; Cheaper than all other watch The case was made of brier 1]
.. A POINT TO BUY THE:: 'I, Washington-rStArch: factory. Grand Saline-Coal mines I Z
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root and the inside yrork8-all except
Polnt-<;ha1r' factory. prepared hen food and j Cheap Glean Comfortable
High
d STRONGEST AND MOST Dallas-$100.000 land company. three" of the main wheels and the I i i ii
Shelby' -I\ .OOQ telephone system. Virginia. : decidedly better. .i springs, which were of metal-were I j jmade'from ,
'fl. SERVICABLE
; AND AT Reldsville- Tobacco bag factory. Martinsvllle-$50,000 furniture fac-
For sale the follow piece of old boxwood i
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Kellum-Saw! mill. .
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THE SAME TIME tory. rule. The face, wblch was polished The .GAS Rti&GE Is a combination of all these'Cheap.clean : *
Apex-$30,000 warehouse Norfolk Sand lime brick works ing dealers "
company. ; i ,. comfortable. '
I until it looked like a slab of finest :] J'
$10,000 development! company $50-
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HAVE AN EYE 000 development company.. ; $100,000 East Hill Grocery Co;;. Ivory was made: from the shoulder I'! :'
HAIR- WQJTT ,fALL OUT peanut. corporation.: J. B. Roberts & Co. I I blade of an old cow that had been i There Pleasure

FOR STYLE.WE West Virginia Hansen & Co. ) killed by the .cars. "Doriot's queer |! '
If You Kill the _Dapdruff Germ With Moundsville$40,000 I ) coal ar.d coke E. B. Hoffman' & Son. watch." as it was: called was an open too, In its use because there's na dirt or dust to worry !

CAN SUIT YOUR the'Now Treatment. company Warfield GrocerjC I faced affair, with a glass crystal and j i you-wun no worry about" -toting" in the wood or coaL .'
John 'N;'$'olfir: well-known: Crafton-$75.000' glasS;; factory; '1>. J. Cunningham.John was pronounced an elegant piece of
a cltl
I .i BOY IN ANY STYLE HE ten of Colfax;/} Wash., says: "I had $200.000 lumber
Charleston $25.000 -
company .
I ; WANTS, AND AT A POSITIVE dandruff jo ''bacllyvMbat. it caked on H in east Tennessee.A : .
; $20,000 sheet metal! works $5- Crary: I -
my scalp; }HeroicWe, completely John Raucher.KlEin j
000
SAVING IN manufacturingcompany.
cured me.' George II. McWhlrk. ot Wonderful Memory.
PRICE--$1.50 TO $6.00 Walla Walla, Wash, says: "Herpl- New .Cumberland$ o.OOO supply Grocery' Co. Hortenslus. the great Roman; lawyer : Pensacola Gas Company \

tide completely} cured me of a bad: comp3ny.SalemClass WARRJNGTON.Geo. I''f and orator, had a memory of extraordinary :

.. case ing." of They laandruff took the of 80 only)-eats"really- stand sen-- Whei lin& 30.000 factory cigar factory I Bauer. I" scope and tenacity.. After comp t Phone 148. 24 and 27E. Garden Street. I
71L :' speed! or oration he could *
slng a
sible treatment' ; a remedY' that destroys McDonald-$100,000 coal miningcompany FrankLewis Langl'y. ,! it word for? word repeat h- .................N.1'NN.N1lN...M11N.NNNNNI :
exactly as *
the dandruff 'germNewbro's ....
l Herplcide. Stop dandruff hair won't Williamson-$50,000 ,"coal mining : had- prepared It. On one occasion h*

HO ANSON fall out; but will grow naturally fur company. _, went to an auction, where the businesswas
uriantly. .Allaya itching instantly and Parkersburg$25,000 musical! instrument : carried on during an entire dare -rcn rICE

makes hair gossy and soft as silk. factoy-. : Bear r&Co and at evening for a }wager he wrote I COAL.Ordor and WOOD
CASH CLOTHIER, One bottle"wljl} convince any doubterof dowu a list of the articles that bad .,. ,
c its merits. ; For sale by W. A. THE BEST SHOE, FOR THE : and the 1'.reD1 ttheI
SolePensaeelai been Bold prices together with
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothe LEAST MONEY CAN ,BE,, FOUND AT Agents;' Consumer9 Ice and Fuel Company.
Pilafoi gad Ualo. of the >
CarDer the names purchasers in the ,
cary ''J21 Souti(>i Palafox street, or THE. j Florida.a j .1 '
order In which the purchases_Lad.beenmade Omcr-Corner '.Chase and Tarragon Ph:)".
I send lOc in Mamoa/for; sameple toTheillerpicIdc.Cu.I .PENSACOLA SHOE, PARLORS, I II 1
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