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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 24, 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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VOL. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24 1906., ,. PRICE 5 CENi"i]



I FORTIFICATIONS MA Y INDICT INSURANCE I ROGERS WILL NOW' ]I = 'I





APPROPRIATION. OFFICIALS FOR LARCENY ANSWER QUESTIONS .




Bill II Taken Up and Passed by:the I, Vice President of Standard Oil

Senate After Some NARROW ESCAPE New York Grand Jury Inquiring Into SHERIFF HEARS

Debate. MC CURDYS ARE Contributions to Campaign TEXAS S ENGAGED Will Be First Witness In Missouri '



OF YOUNG Funds. NOTHING OF Case To-day. "

SUED FOR A II TARGET
Money Y Provided for Erection ofGovernment Hadley Apparently Not Anxious to '

Powder Factory. Court Decides Opposite to Opinionof Get Rockefeller. t
MEN ARDIS .

BIG SUM Attorney Jerome. -PRACTICE

RAILROAD RATE BILL ALSO CON JOHN D. CAN COME TO 4IEW!

SIDERED BY UPPER BRANCH OF CHARGES JURY TO INQUIRE I INTO YORK AND HOLD HIS WEVTEST !
Boat Capsized and They Spent All Or from the Gulfport Officials( ,,
CONGRESS-HOUSE AGAIN ENDEAVORED ALL FACTS AND PLACE RESPONSIBILITY NAMESAKE IN HIS ARMS WITH.
The Former President of Mutual The Boom of Her Twelte-Inch
of the Who
and Part of Arrested Wed-
TO LEGISLATE Night IF CRiMES HAVE' a Negro OUT BEING SERVED WITH'

I! WITH BRAKES ON AND LITTLE Day in the Water.The Charged Unfaithfulness BEEN COMMITTEDDECLINESTO Guns" Could'Be Plainly Heard nesday Night. SUBPOENA IF HE SODESIRES


! WAS ACCOMPLISHED.By and Neglect. ISSUE WARRANT FOR PER. -', .. Yesterday. SAYS PROSECUTOH. ,.
narrow escape of two young .
.i men from drowning last Saturday KINS. ,-- :Although telegrams and letters J
By Associated Press have been sent to the officers at
! Press. night became known yesterday morning .f The battleship Texas flagship of the By Associated Press t
Associated when parties from Mrs. Morgan's, New York :Mari: 23.-The first complaint Gulfport who have a negro under arrest
Washington Mar.23._: -Mr. Spooner in a series of eight actions already Coast squadron is now engaged In there who, they claim answers New/ York, 'Mar.: 23. Attorney Gea.,
the
home the bay to
across came
tM3concluded his speech in the, begun by the Mutual Life By Associated Press. II the of Him eial Hidley, of Missouri. Who is
: city and told of the experience of'the her'annual record target practice. Thisis description Ardis, the
i ii senate on the railroad rate bill and against its former president. RichardA. II New York Mar. 23.-The grand Jury I !slayer of Officer Durnham. no reply prosecuting the suit of the. State o!'
who their Willis
men as the in the
ii i the fortification bill was taken up and save names McCnrdy, hIs. son Robert H. Mo which is investigating, some of the being done on range has bees received and the long 1 Missouri against the Stanhaxd Gift

pa s'f'd.' i Lewis Last and Sunday Will Langfora'morning:_two colored I Curdy and the firm of Chas. H. Ray conditions develcped by the! recent I gulf and the constant booming of the I Icoked-for picture of the negro has Co.. said to-day that if Jotm.JX Dock ,f s

i The bill carries an appropriation ; boys, who had been to the city were moms; & Co., was made public to-day., legislative investigate has reachedthe big 12-inch\rifl'is of the ship could be not been received. The officers here wanted to hold his newest*graa6sonfana1
iI i of one hundred and twenty-five thou- I returning to Mrs. Morgan'!, when, This particular complaint is I conclusion that if tile contributions -plainly heardyin Pensacola all during cannot account for the silence of the namesake in his arms he will)

fit ai dollars for the erection of a they noticed in about the middle of against; former president McCurdyand I of insurance ,company funds to yesterday.The I Mississippi officers, as they have had: agree with Rockefeller's attorneys}
l'
I spoke at length in support of uis for the boat and upon reaching) action., In each Mr. McCurdy is: made with intent to deprive or defraud -| one for target practice the sun shining I by mail. A special from Gulfport to mons while to he his comes over fnbm New ,
provision. He declared the nation I found the two men clinging to the charged with wasting large sums of 1 I the true owner of his property bright and thf seas smooth and !the -Mobile Register which was published Jersey see grandson. U& a&M.\,
"Mr. Rockefeller can stay rtn NewYork
*a entirely at the mercy' of the I sides both almost completely exhausted money belonging to the company I it must find that larcenywas com, It is expected that',the gunners made; yesterday Morning, gives the until it is safe to take,the ,
i powder! trust. I II from cold and exposure.I through alleged unfaithfulness and mitted. This opinion was! expressed 1 a good record. The Texas went out'' following regarding the negro: back to Lakewood with him if baby he;

U passed the bill carries approprir !They were placed in the 'boat by ilia neglect in the discharge of his dutiea.I today by Justice O'Sullivan in the.! into the gulf Thursday afternoon, and I.I *"Night Policemen H. A.. Wright and wants to."
: 'iiu of something over five and: Damages amounting to three and of sessions in to M T. Haynes were informed last!
I boys and taken to the home of :\lrs,1 court general answer early yesterday morning the firing It is understood that the first witness */ .
I I1' I of the in
millions. town of
t quarter Morgan, where they were given fool: demanded.NO a presentment on the subject: submitted commenced, and continued until about I I night presence a to be called to-morrow when the
\l T'llman' also spoke on theate: suspicious negro answering the de
and oTied their clothing. Their boat to him by the jurors. 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon. I I
hearing Is resumed, will be Henry >
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t suggesting that the interstateuimrre scription of the tfesperado Ardis. who
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J < .. Commission should hx\e vas towed over and as soon as they Judge O'Sullivan added that it was Targets were towed out into the gulf:.killed Policeman Burnham In Pensa H. (Rogers vice-president,of the StAndard -,' '

.it, MI i itto: enjoin railroads from in- I Lad gained strength enough they AGREEMENT: ONMINING not within the province of the courtto a couple of days ago by one of the i.I cola last Saturday. The negro claimed Oil Co. At former hearingsMr. I
patched the sail and started out whether net it the in- anchored. The vessel
"- their rates. He sail thegij up ,, say or was | naval tugs and to have come into town from Mobile : Rogers refused to answer ques."
i grog,",tion had been made by "Com again, evidently headed for East tent. He charged the jury to make a will remain at practice work for several at 3:50: yesterday afternoon And tions concerning the ownership ofj)
fit' lri lawyers" in Oklahoma. Bay. They had only gone a short ; SCALEBy thorough investigation into all the days. .I that'his name is Steve Jones but ad stock of the'Repubnte'OU ():).. and tie
! distance when the rudder was lost, facts and place the res-poasib'lity for The torpedo boat Blakely left yesterday mits that he has been in Pensacola Waters-Pierce Oil Co. 3Ir. RogertJ

i LEGISLATED but they continued steering with ac such crimes if it should find that' for St. Joseph's Bay where,: lately. The Gulfport' police have has agreed to answer the questions\
HOUSE
: oar and the boat again cap Associated Press. "You the Coast squadron which he formerly refused to
. WITH BRAKES ONt crimes had !been committed. I Ij the small vessels of been on the lookout from the murderer answer
, sized. This time tyo of Mrs. Mor Indianapolis, Mar. 23.-The dead- are not to go seeking for shelter as an are having their target practice. Ardis since .Sunday and feel con and the Supreme Court has-paseM on
i iex.use
::2 I gan' boys went to the rescue and lock between the coal operators and j that three the matter and he would be,compellejtotanswer.
.II \ hington.. Mar 23: .-The Hoirce to avoia an unpleasant duty, There are now five at place fident that they have the right man.
I endeavored to legislate with brought them back to shore. i the miners of the Central Competii'! he said. torpedo boats and two monitors. A photograph of the suspect was .
:I zga n stated that they wer going districts continued
The Southwestern
and
men
r3.kt'1on today and the result was This opinion is, in fact, directly op- taken which was forwarded to the
"4 across the lay Saturday ni.ht..I throughout the meetings of the two posite to the the same sub- sheriff of Escambia county." c
fiction and heat ami' the speed one upon
I eonv legislative bills was when their boat capsized. This was. joint scale committee of the jj'ni ject which was given by District At-, BOWLERS MAKE THE WEATHER
. ir considering!; about 9 o'clock at night and they remained conference today and when the .1

::2.i i cor The pnndmgU:; d \iiatf.-threw' slow.many: si i le ilguis' the following in the morning.water .until .9 o'clock II meetings'agreement adjourned had late been thiS'reached:afternoon -I torney:Mr. Jerom-pas Jerome sevrtral in court:dys todayThenJustice ago. NEW RECORDS :CONVENTION OFPHOTOGRAPHERS, '. ,. CONDITIONS.t j!

i their vlptorous O'Sullivan! delivered his opin
o: rui-> of the Hou-e and ; The boys took the boat of the menIn ,! the scale. The differences
,
on wage 1
in hand He believes Justice O'Sullivan +
::I applv-afon: to thMil ion. !
. tow, as soon as, they expressed a seemed at the hour of adjournment '
and MrJianiulck misconceived the subject and held to
Illinois
of
: I hMr Prince desire to leave, and landed. them at to be as great as ever. The committees OFFICIAL FORECAST FOR'PENSA.. :
j of Georgia, wrought havoc wharf. to-morrow. the opinion! that it would be tha duty By Associated Press
ji Muscogee will meet again
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:i with the force of the civil service of the grand jury to return Indictments Louisville ""Mar. 23.-The breakingof COLA IS FAIR TODAY WITK V

i i omir.ission.when. ver an increase of against George \\\ Perkins, for. records by two two-men teams ar.a By Associated Press. i

. -alary or force was proposed, a* wellA IJUDGE CARTERIS 10-TON ICE PLANT finer; vice president of the New York the action of the executive commit Birmingham Ala.. Mar. 23-At, the RAIN SUNDAY. n ,
other for which! the B. Cortelyou,I I
propositions Life and against George
:i e tee of the American bowling confess session today of the Tri-State Photographers 4-
n.riiuKffof the bill could find nova I chairman, and Cornelius N. Bliss in throwing! out the high mark established of
" IN THE CITYBUT Association composed
-. 'UTe lawWITNESS WARRINGTON treasurer of the Reuublican National: last night resulted in several -; the leading, photographers of Ala The official forecast'Of weather con- '

t Committee' as receivers of stolen changes today among those at Lama Georgia! and Mississippi, the ditons for Pensacola and vicinity Is
;, I FINED goods. I the top in the race for first money at first grand prize was given to the fair' today with rain Sunday. LLghtj :.

..- WILL LEAVE TO-NIGHT FORM Local Warrington citizens are .' lr. Jerome informed Justice O'Sul the bowling tournament. I Holland Studio, Albany Ga., and the variable winds from the southeast wlln
i erecting a ten-ton ice factory at that livan that i If, he would sit as magistrate -I The! previous world's record's for,I second to E. :Jungeman of Columbus. prevaiL Yesterday the maximum tern

FOR CONTEMPTBy MILTON WHERE HE WILL place and expect to have it completed I he would submit affidavits to I two-men teams rolled under slgntly Ga. The first prize In the second perature at Pensacola. was 65 degrees\
MONDAY. and in operation by the fist I acts committed by GorgeV.. Perkins: different conditions: was 1,237 but straight.line,went to W. T, Kuntz, of with a minimum of 49 degrees. Observer } I
OPEN COURT of July. and, would ask for a warrant for his Read and Deasback, of Columbus today Atlanta F. B. Peddinghnus, of Birmingham Reed said In the weather bul-i i

The material for the plant is nearly arrest. Judge O'Sullivan declined to went as high as 1,247. only to and be was elected 'president. ? eUn. regarding condition:

Associated Press. Judge Francis B. Carter, judge of all on the ground or will be in a grant the warrant giving as his reason themselves beaten by Hamilton rolled t 'The high pressure which was centtrai
Savannah' :Iar. 23.-A feature of the circuit court of this district f's few days and work will then. go that the question at issue should Pussia, of Philadelphia, whp over the Missouri valley Thursday

*Ju! Greene and Gaynor trial today In the city having reached here I ahead on ,its erection. be'passed upon by the grand Jury. 1268. FIVE SHOT AT morning has moved to the lake i

'as the imposition by Judge Speer of Thursday' night from his home in region and greatly Increased la. iI

a fine of 'en dollars for contempt of Marianna. The judge 'spent yesterday .. ,, A FUNERAL strength causing the temperature over
court P. Sanford Ross of New -. --.. -
upon in hearing cases in chancery, 'Tk1: CrJUNT Yis v east Tennessee and from Virginia }It
t-k. New Jersey. Mr. Ross upon bete engaged to-day. northeastward to falL At 7 the'
and will be likewise GOING To T \ -,'" -- p. IlL
; asked certain questions relating to-night, for Milton temperature in New York city
He will! leave here BowiMgt'I.ET was 18.,
.
to' an alleged interpolation in bids! where he will open court Mon- rfE U.' JHO r -' By Associated Press. degrees; the lowest at that hour was

resented* to Captain Carter said: cay: and will remain there for ten To RT&JJx, > / .: ;.C. 'I'tl. '. Baltimore Mar. 23.-At a funeral 2 degrees below zero in upper Michigan 1-
The
Tour question is impudent. days or two weeks as the docket, it v1RlyrtErIY totter in: Anne :Armdell county Walter ;; elsewhere the changes ia general '

hi Curt ordered him fined ten dollars to, is understood Is a heavy one. He p'K ETC '' .- _. ..- .-r' /fV>te, while insane shot five personstwo have been for warmer
later him
opportunity -!
an t
gave to Pensacola before April "A disturbance off the North Pact
and the fine will return .- --. probably fataljy.
did
apologize li-:> remitted He so 9th on which date the court here NiG r, _v Qc coast has caused more rains over..

convene t C11'f f No the North Pacific states and rain eras ,
The friends of the judge in Pensa +uM' .arp b E TJ R1.1 H D NEW METHODIST ailing[ at 7 a. m. at San Francisco.: fi
.. LAWLESSNESS AND cola were glad to greet him yesterday r XtCKY>L ::1;!:: I Rain is also falling ia southern Kan

and regret that his stay here Is Bas at morning servaUon time,, Ii
. to be of such short duration. ,4776J ASSOCIATE/ PASTOR while it was enowlng in eastern Montana p.

. CRIME IN RUSSIABy i -I J and the Dakotas and sleeting aft ii i
DOl>
, I II ii nO' YQ Nashville .U)

,. GENERAL CORBETTIN I S 11 I ;81cSEII REV. J. BARNEY BUTLER ARRIVESTO "Conditions are favorable for fair J;!

,. $ N In weather to continue over this vicinity; 1

Associated Press PENSACOLA >: vI ASSIST REV. W. Q. VREE- tonight and Saturday with light van '
. ?' Pl'rerburg, Mar. : : .-Lawless- a able winds mostly from tho south
IIf!s and crime are keying pace in a LAND AT PALAFOX, ST.
. Russia with repressive measures of .I i NiI : lt easL"t t-
. '
.
. the go\ernmcnt. The papers are WILL ENDEAVOR TO AWAKEN IN. t \. 4. CHURCH. .

t' c.1 daiU: with news of murders and"owerie $ J ,. THE EXECUTIVE
.. YOUNG MEN
and cxcutlons of the offen- TEREST AMONG ? : U
.. "r;* A. of the crimes are
majority
ORGANIZE MILITARY Rev. J. Barney Butler of Nashville
. a political nature and everyrove AND Tenn.. arrived last night and will COMMITTEE
. :'fcDis! is fighting the government I COMPANY. take up his work at once as associate!; I

:, "I11' oombs end revolvers. pastor with Rev. W. Q.' Vreeland at

: -- Walter P. Corbett- inspector general C .H.HNoI. r the Palafox street Methoaist church, WILL: MEET TO-NTGHT TO ARRANGE fi
DELAY
IN SHIPMENT OF'THE he will preach to-morrow
. of the Florida state troops, Is among PRwrsP1 where
. HOOK AND LADER' prominent.dsitors who are now ? \ morning and evening. FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
the
Butler served In the R'
: He arrived yesterday E Rev. Mr.
in the city.
. ('J"d" Louisville conference and was a very OF MAY 15. :
nicker, of the firs department morning coming from Tallahassee, r "tr'tER4f r
:' a m receipt of a letter from the com- !but has stopped at a number of towns successful pastor but he has Just recently
. c:::\ from which the new hook and where military companies are in existence completed an extended coursaat "

t J> 'ruck was purchased stating In order to make inspectionsof 'SA1Ef Vanderbilt University preparatoryto A meeting of the County Democratic .;
. t. truck would be shipped out the companies: and their equipment. entering the foreign mission field. Executive Committee will be held ;
fl:11 ih' factory at Elmira N. Y. on Corbett will remain in Pen- He has, however been assigned t3 1 to-night at the county court house
General .
i JI ia"-n .1:l. and if this was done the Tor two or three days before to Pensacola and will now remain here when arrangements will be made for
sacola with Rev Mr. Vre land I
: lit' 'uck is now on its way to Pen- returning to his home in Jacksonville, indefinitely of and'. the primary election of May 15. when I
sac' He is a young man energy for
as:! will endeavor to candidates various positions will
. Theri. and during his, stay spirit the possessor of a pleasing, be nominated.
was some delay In the ship- interest among the j.j. "
"
awaken some he will doubt
no :
: men of the to have'bet j.. rt ( personality and Chairman Reilly sent out notices of
. truck. It was young men of the city,.and if possible r. w 4" make many friends in Pensacola. I
. 'PUT from the factory during the movement to organize a mili- \ the meeting several days ago and ItIi
. earn portion of the month but the start a which is now badly Ar 8 .. &,-., I' expected that there will be'a good
. tom Jan! Was unable to obtaIn suit. tary company r ,NOTORIOUS NEGRO TO attendance of members from the various .
. I needed in this city. {
"" precincts. It will be at this
. neels., and also a car upon Since the two local:companies were ASK FOR A PARDON
which meeting that the call for the primary
.
II
'10 ship same. It Is expected service owing to
mustered out of
. how.- 'will be issued and perhaps clerks''
. -, that the truck Is now on.Its lack of interest, Pensacola has been Notices have been posted at the
tea snd inspectors to serve at the polls
. 'iO Pensacola or will be within of militia and it court house and other places to the
without a
company
that date will be named.
. r e\ on
days, that Frank Luckey colored is 1
is the, desire to organize one at as <,' i effect
to apply to the pardoning board of
'r
possible.
early a date as : ,
TOWER TO BE BRITISH .. the state on April 2 for a pardon. PLEADS NOT GUILTY ,
Luckey Is a notorious negro. He TO PERJURY CHARGE
Wedding.
Follows i
MINISTER TO MEXICO Tragedy t
March 23.-Burel Bush, r. was sent to the state convict camps
Macon Ga.. 'Ho.l.; ,,
By AwocUted Press. aged 60. was shot end killed by Alonto -' ."...w...,> _' from this county In October of 1905 ay Associated! Prct
I Ill ndon' Mar. The appointment Haddock to-day at 1I .aock.< Ga. for a term of twenty years having New York. Mar. 23.-William D,

of Rig1na\1' T. Tower-; British minis-,, The slayer Is aged ''SO and surrendered IF YOU LISTENED TO THE CALAMITY HOWLER YOU'D THINK THE OLJD MAN WAS LIABLE TO GO been convicted of robbery on a number ,Mann, publisher of Town Topics today (
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ter to :Mexico to SirGrevilie promptly. The trouble grew outo NOTHING 6EDMS TO, BE WORRYING THE of counts. He IS'a well known character pleaded not guilty to the indicts
Grfe: as was. successor announced: to- the marriage of a sister of Had ,OLD 91 \SI MAX.-:JI.AEQI ABOUT DAY :JtfTER' TOMORROW-BUT- to the police and county officer: cent, charging him with perms. '

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t'fiJ-\;.! \ THOUSANDS EXPECTED TO ATTEND Special to The Journal. Varnishes Brushes, Locks Nails-In fact ve are prepared '
KITCKENis
Ing. So lookout for them. If Is
one Laurel Hill, Mar. 23.::-Mr. Geo. R to furnish everything needed to build! the entire hous w.te.
t *t BIG EVENT IN JACKSONVILLE timid and afraid to attack you he will C-oth, representative of J. R. Saun- from foundation to roof.
i'. not b; dismayed but will call for more1 ders & Co. Pen
3 a delightful place to =acola Fh., and ) r.1
t" ..J t JUNE 27 AND 28 help ,and you will certainly be up. visit! on' warm days. A Beai of Pt. Washington,. Fla., were, Contractors Should Get Prices.

\ Look 'out! .largewell'.entllated! here yesterday closing a deal for the: sa

room cool as can be; log teams belonging to the estate' of: ,
i Saunders Mill
I The Jacksonville Metropolis says: The Original. piano recitals daily, and R. R Cowan 'With Sheriff CarrpbeiLMr. Company, sir I,

4 The annual picnic and log rolling committee Foley & Co., Chicago, originated the best:possible Beal is logging on the Choctaw- te
"
of the World Honey and Tar as a throat and lung hatehee river and will move the Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.
'C", of the Woodmen
": remedy, and on account of the great: ICED DRINKS I teams he purchased to that secjion.
r ijj" held its first meeting on:Monday evening merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney ICE'CREAM and I Mr. Goth carries his purchase to Es- i 1 guhf,

f .f tt at room 11, Uedemann building. and Tar many Imitations are ICES SERVED. ,cambia county Wouldn't It be delightful f for you to .
.
t ... t.. The date set for the occasion is June offered for the genuine. These worthless" I Mr. S. Ginsburg, a turpentine operator always be served with the satisfactory goal
0 .1- imitatlons'llave similar sounding Could you want .a better located at Mossy Head Fla, kind of meats How would a..
:. '\i 27th and: 28th. names. Beware of them. The g nll- ,hot day attraction- ?, was here yesterday visiting friend pound of really good 'sausage appealto ?

It wlU be remembered by readers of ine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a jei-- I Hot Biscuits Coffee and I II Married: At the home of the brine's you today? The kind that ,will. satisfy of
f. the Metropolis that the Woodmen of low package. Ask for It and refuse, 'Doughnuts at 1i o'clock each parents In Bethel, Fla, Mr.' J. S. Jack- and nourish. It is digestible and GORDON &BROWNHARDWARE In,
r the World Intended holding this log- any substitute. It is the bestremedyfor morning. __ son and .:Miaj Annie Moore, Rev. healthful, made of the kind of beef

l y J1.t; rolling some time in February, but-on coughs'and colds W. A: D'Alem- F. Martin officiating. r that mother would use for the Sunday -
": Account of the impossibility to secure I berte druggist and apothecary.Racial II ':fir John J. Moore yesterday eels roast. ,, Hta
(.... -r Vther hotel or railway concessions&t I If I trated his sixty-third anniversarywith M
I! frat time of the ;year, it became *iecissary a grand re-union of children and yean
1 'I;, ) to postpone the date until such Discrimination. Kandy Kitchen' Cafe I g'and children. Fourteen living Children West End Market, COMPANY.
J; lime that low rates could be easily se- A small French-Italian coasting werepresenL Mr. :Moore: wai a
I ",ured. In order to attract the large steamer was proceeding on Its way. Confederate soldier and served in the Cor. Belmont and DeVilliers. awl
-t d. The of 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 western with the 33rd Alabama PHONE 385.
.
ftrowd'here that the Woodmen are passengers were various nationalities army :

; 5ermind to have It Is very essential -English. American. French. regiment He is now one of Walton --- c.B
? *11. that both hotel and railroad rates be Italian: and one large German. Mostof ,county' most 'prosperous farmers.Mrs. Bot

}, reduced as low as possible the male passengers were gatheredin I Mary Tucker, wife of Barictt Mill Supplies Iron Pipe and Fittings
Tucker Jr., died at ,
Hote Walton
i t In June the conditions will be quite the smoking when the i on
;,"" room steward ,, BOND MISS. tlr
CAPTAIN
Monday evening after several
MOODY
!' .t 11; I different and everything will be fav- appeared at the door and with a bow :months illness. She was the seconJ I Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing, ha
1j- orable. There are more than five announced Dinner, it Is server'The .btfo
daughter of )fl'. B. F. Tucker of this I
d. thousand members. of this order in GOING Barbed Wire Nails
MANILA Boat
4 English and American contin TO I place and the mother of three small Spikes,
TTorida alone and It will be the aim Special to The Journal.
:j f gent'arose and started toward the dining children, who together with many
of'this committee to attract the largerpnrt Bond, Miss, Mar. Friends of Tarred Hardware
!! ,: saloon: The steward seeing that I friends and relatives mourn her I Roofing, Building : hr
ot these to our city. Georgia is 'Mrs. Pat Lidden were greatly grieved!
his announcement had not been under- I death. The funeral took place at the
Cc
.: also quite a stronghold for this order, stood by all. continued. "Messieurs, ORDERED TO PHILIPPINES TO RE- First Baptht church on Tuesday to'' learn of her death. The entire Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery. ciao.
9). and of course many of her "choppers"will community extends its sympathy to
c'cat'senir. and of the LIEVE CAPT. MARCELLUS G. evening at 3:30: o'clock the services
as a portion i the' bereaved husband relatives.
here drill and
it.t be while special teams
being conducted by Rev. W. F. Martin -
Y passengers still remained seated, "II: :fir il ;J. Bathune made ti
J.-j will be here from far and near. SPIN KS. after which the remains wee a flying
r{\+<.. { 'The parades will be original and uniS' pranzo e servitor'The I laid to rest in the Almaranta ceme- trip to Hattiesburg. Tuesday.Mr. SPECIAL PRICESTOTHE TRADEMail
.I The French and Italians followed the John Scarboro is home from at
I.r qne. leading features will Illustrate tery.
\I L ; the principles and teachings of English and Americans, leaving the The Mr. and Mrs. Gus Greene of Flo11-: the. college at Memphis. Orders Promptly Shipped. to"V
Atlanta Journal l says: Orders Miss Dollie Clark lj the charming
; j tWoodcraft.. (Some splendid orators large German in solitary state.IllmmelP ala: were visitors. here the first of ;
he muttered hungrily. "Is were Wednesday morning issued by the guest of her sister Mrs. M. J. It
1lti'' and distinguished men of the order week. Telephone No. 767.
i .$1 1 will be on hand and a general good It dot: no German mans gets some- the War Department at Washington County 'politics are waxing warm. Bethune. ytR.
? The home ofMr. and Mrs. M.. J. ,
'I; '; time Is expected. things to eat OB din boat, heln?"-Har transferring Captain 'Thomas L. Moody Among the aspirants from this section Bethune was thrown open to their .........,., R.St

:+o" ,The committee In charge Is com per's Weekly. paymaster for the department of of the county are. J. F. Rich- friends and members of the Home' 'tn
bourg for representative John D.
b'.. .- the gulf from Atlanta to )Manila :McCnmmon: for tax collector; and W. Mist lonary: Society on last ThurslaYI not oft

..t:-1, .. yvjftmONCE ..::- .; -.:. -- -----L-:" --':':- where he will report to the command F, Jones; Sr., for member of the evening. The spacious rooms were I '
r decorataa' with palms and ferns: A ll
I butty ing general of the ,Philippine division school board. : I 81WJ

t Ittln et t.1 ; WELL-TO-DO ever Veer ate for assignment'to,duty'to relieve Cap- was Davis here Clay yesterday.from Campton Fla., served delightful and three all present course luncheon voted it was a I. dl

r tain Marcellus G, most .affair.ilrj. .
spin.Before enjoyable
R d she Mia Mr.:: George Folmer of Paxton ,
t tan: com gelng detailed as paymaster 1 Fla EL E. Clayton was called to .1h
was in Laurel Hill Thursday k
L {: : k4iUnf Teri Pill' on April 11. of )last year Captain Moody and in company with Baron Eric von her home In Alabama on account of r r 4n r tt.a 14!
? lOWiDRINKSWRECK tux was stationed at Fort McPherson'with t Axelson the death of her mother Mrs. J. G.'
looked improved D
k *4 d over some :
o-t:. It '. *< i Aft the Sixteenth Infantry. I>-.:rlng'his property for sale here. Mr. Falmer is Abbott 6tao
;<*.to Insthw residence here he has Miss Joyce Rand spent Sunday In
a b7 J = .... 5.IfclCHAKD'PARHaDQET ._ won a side desirous of moving here in order to ,
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't ntin. :"WHOSE TALL TSOJf PHOSPEXITY: TO] Stof circle of friends and the news o /his take advantage of the good school fa- Wiggins l ....
r j'i ,pa JI BTnN.THBOUOH ZIQTJOB BROUGHT 1X3SS OF WIn AND Cal. departure will occasion regret He cilities. He will return to-day and r sl f.
'if;. 'earTRIENDS: ,IS KICKED OUT OP CITY INTIKMA TJOgJBOINa, will relieved from duty In Atlanta at expects to clofte a deal for a home on La Gripoe and Pneumonia. 1Ry Of
:
:; lfiJT) A'TZAB"PWSOJT ALTERNATIVE NOW,' PI such time as will enable him to tither Pneumonia often follows la grippe; ,
Main
M e.a 1 ....tt....... ... ,. oDl com or Church street. -- IISy'
r.
'w ; "' )_.< T'i ..J ply with the order and will sail from Laurel Hill now has an eight but never follows the use of Foists:: : a ue yrth

t 1 r! : WaIt -. :,-: T oft LiV San Francisco on or about' June In., ]months school three finit class teachers Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe I thAI
chard, Partndge: l57ear .Drtd-ls--itICDiu !.cdaa4
*
;. X'l. trd. ':::' o .. hl condition/ Captain Moody is a native of Wis- an average attendance of 125; 'pupils coughs and prevents pneumonia and I
tK ..ar ',.$?:!:; scctod l b ens f A*tew days ago ItJV consin. He rose from.the;ranks, serving a good school house three consumption: Ask for Foley's Honey : :
"
'- I I' 1 K a. tman"owne! oils! 'tor4\He of thetnarmear', as second lieutenant with the churches and no bar rooms. and Tar and refuse'a y substitute offered. titSV

.}'It. t. taUna ra;<< ed b Y..h! mount' Twentieth infantry, and later as first .' Mfr.. G. Vacher of '157 OsgoodSt.
iTneJRhborsJ Medicines
t tWII' .+ lieutenant with the Twenty-second Mill Employe Fatally Injured. i ., Chicago, writes: "My wife had a : Your Choice of Spring B.
i i (3( ; tout- j.andwu.l "tLU ,gho a: DRINKBARS infantry, U. S. A. Monroe La., Mar. 23.-A. Brown severe ,case of la grippe three\yeaM 0 blood 'purifiers resolvents, smF'. VIC
iThenv
'' M .r. ten. :Major James W. Dawes, of the ;ago and it left with a terrible bTlil ul'
L : pay an employe of the Ouachita Lumber! cotfgh. them), tonics or general boat
: She
e taxCUi 41I.rt1 master's department proper has been tried .bottle of Fotey'a rem 1aPf
t
Company, ofVeat :Monroe was era. Some like the old fas&nnea
!., MEN FROM BUSINESS ordered to report at the headquarters:caught in a shaft yesterday and be-: Honey and Tar an-l It gave her imme- edies--sulphur and roolass', sasa. 6'
.' of the Department of tha gulf and he diate, relief. A 50 cent bottle cured If like i to keep Have
-fcre could be
i .lit" the machinery steppe. her cough entirely." you your fras tea and so on and so on !\.
'' will probably fill the vacancy caused he had one of his arms torn off and Refuse substi them. Some prefer the modernize J
,t We read, of the badness man who falls from prosperity to rain. IASCS hlA family and by the transfer of Captain Moody IBottom. I I his shoulder crushed. Several bones tutes., "W. A. DAIemberte, druggist Ha** s.
friend and the oalambition I i
t+ left II i to be:admitted to Uti"poor bo.se.' Drink U and' apothecary. food dry and good and syrup or elixir of sarsaparilla II
i1' given*the caus..1 bta 'n

t.L to.. .Drink has.conqnrrrd. the strongest. intellects,..the bravest hearts and the noblest received a severe scalp wound. The' drugs, medicines prescription! tr -
.tares. B com petit loa h* become soke that only of steadfast It is modern Order Eastern Star. cold then
111:I can expect(*.acceed. fwo"willtH wrr on earth can heal the inflamed mm stomach habits only In comparatively Injuries arc probably fatal Regular of you simply chemicals, we, can furnish them '
; braneu burned out by alcohol. Th e craviur: for drink is a disease bron ht IllfolD times that buttons have been utilizedas meeting jour utmost satisfaction, cvea as w
:Zr indulgence in alcoholic stlmnUnts oa br conUaaal Florida Chapter No. 14,
and requires treatment fasteners. The Greeks and Romans -
1-1i knew nothing of them and though they O. E. S. 8 o'clock p. m.. must have an AUTOMATIC price. <
Oscine Na 1 Tuesday, March 27. VIsiting
<. Omne No..2 -
:t.t themselves ornaments In
:. !; !. powder form 0 0 ,I ;) c" I. I In pill form and presented as members are' cordially Refrigerator. Hooton's Pharmacy,
!; buttonholeswere
the fourteenth
.S-.. taMeles*and odor- I I' should be taken century BRILLIANT Invited. .
,
Ins can be given &g.
\\o by those still undreamed of possibility I
i'kF4 i without the willing an MiRS.: ELia. BEYER The Birthplace of Prompt De liter).
to be
f. knowledge of the cured. la It was not until nearly the middle of j COMPLEXION and 'MRS. ALICE WILSON.
convenient form W. M,
I;' .fI.ij( i coff.ptient.or, food.la tea, Cures Whiskey; and Beer Habit to be carried 14 the eighteenth century'that the manu Secretary.Sir PHONE, 1100. 1
I i
Tf'.t pock.t. HAPPY HEARTPOSTUM .-! !
!
!
,: facture of steel buttons was entered I 9eii :
ORRIXE is the only sure and safe home treatment for ttu>-Honor habit. No IMS of a ;
at the Soho works In Binning-/ Knights
Attention
: time or absence from home reqmred. No aniirhim upon |
t.ti: ti Mailed la plain sealed wrapper on receipt of price. Write for treatment complete necessary treatiMioa ham. England. Then, on,the accession 9 j .IIs Regular conclave of Morris:Dannheisser
"How to Clue Drunkenness," .I PALAFOX STREtT'PENSACOL.A
(sealed) free THE SOUTH :
1fulailla-toa. D. C. ORKI.NE COMPANY. IXCX.: of George IIL the gilt buttons appeared ,1 I Coeur De Lion Commanding 107

:t:, Cure Effected or Money Refunded. and became I Formerly DannHelsser
!j1" A Registered Ouar..tee I. every bes.Price et either form 1.00 per box. was reserved for the artisans of our Templar 7:20 !J. m.1' Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin' I II
ft OHRL"IE Is 110M ta every city by the r.adieg ggwt. Sold i. Monday, March 26. Bal.
this city b.1 I day to make these useful fasteners In a powerful aid: loting Wines Beer ana Tobacco.
the greatest variety at marvelously low to both. and work In R.
C.
zf WHITE'S PHARMACY, prices and out ot,all',sorts j> material.,- "THERE'S A REASON. Sir- Knights are courteously degree. Sojourning InvIted. C.o-t-tre1.1. Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedaltj}
I the seemingly impossible po-
evearto ,
1 : 1 06 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. tats W. HENRY HENRY NEEDKA3I.W: BIGGS Rec. E. C. FINE' PHOTOGRAPHS. 12 W. Zarraflossa Street.

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", u 1 1f !IDE FOREST CO. IS HEAVY DAMAGE "":?'\ : .' : ..






I -H t"h I II ENJOINED" BY BY FIRE AT Your Food :




I MARCONI I : :::'," must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any
hat
to flaking .
Remove your < \" < BAGDAO : value to you, otherwise It is a source of harm instead

these new blossoms from of good '

If not digested. It ferments and
decays, causing .5
tree. You will
hat .
the .
r Powder -sour stomach.heart burn." nausea headache, flatulence ,

never put your old hat Company Prohibited from Using i I rI ,' bad breath and other discomfort ., .

on again after you try i Building Occupied. by H. Cohen

,
on one of our any system of Telegra- : Absolutely,"Pure and Postoffice Building Des- i, Kodol 1p

phy by Justice Fuller. {.,.. .. .
SPRING"PERFECTOS" troyed Friday Morning. Dyspepsia Cure .

,
What may have some effect upon Imparts.that peculiar lightness, sweetness and
the operation of the wireless teleg- Special to The Journal. .. compels proper digestion of the food and.sends the food
raphy plant at the local navy yard is flavor noticed in the finest cake, shortcake nutriment through,the blood Into all parts of the body. '
Bagdad, Mar. 23-Fire broke out
just to an injunction issued by Chief Justice biscuit The tissues are thus built up and every organ is restored -
They go your Fuller, directed to the DeForest Company rolls; crusts etc., which In a one story frame building on ,to health:,and strength and put in perfect condiI -

head naturally.Our enjoining that company to d3- expert pastry cooks declare is : Thompson street, occupied by II tion.

sist forever the manufacture or operation Cohen as a dry goods store this morning ',. Disease Is driven out to stay out-the cause la removed

of any system of wireless tele .. unobtainable by the use ..- at two o'clock and both buildingand .

raphy. This injunction was securedby of other leav- contents were totally destroyed.
Youman Hats any -
the Marconi Company and of it a The adjoining building. occupied by 'Plantersville

,special from St. Louis says: ening agent '., the post office and W. W. Walkers Miss.
just received are perfection "The DeForest Wireless' Telegraph .: giocery store was also' burned. Most I have prescribed_Kodol quite often in my practice,

and Company. b)' a decision of Chief Jus- of the north mail and the postoffice ., and have found it & very efficient remedy for till _

in style quality. tice (fuller of the Supreme Court, has A pure grape cream of tartar powder fixtures were saved. :Mr. Walker stomach ailments. It has always given the best of
Pnce $5. been enjoined to desist forever from saved part of hs stock. results .
J. T. MAY M. D.
manufacture sale or operation of .,
any The building occupied by Cohen
system:: ,of wireless telegraphy. The No alum. wag covered by insurance, but there
__
I decision was rendered on the application was cone on the postoffie building, _
of the Marconi company. Justice which Is owned by the' Thompson e
Fuller issued an order for the arrest estate. The occupants of the latter Fine lot of Diamonds. exceedingly
of Abraham White president tuilding not insured. low prices for a few days only. Ask
of the lOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. were Diamonds!
STMfDARDtrD'nmlifdTHIESEn DeForest companfor contempt of Nothing but the splendid fire pro- to see them.

court for failing to appear as a wit tection furnisTieia bythe Stearns-Cul- ---- .J. F. DAVIS 213 S. Palafox St.
ness. Mr. White is in New Orleans." \er Lumber Co.. saved the building of .
White Not in New Orleans. John Rourke and other buildings ,

-Nz--------- Abraham White is not In New Orleans nearby. The Steams-Culver people had "
I I

OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew I city above, ,which according contained in to connection the the following States with:of that the I L SERAPHIC S C I ENTHUSIASTIC the two was fire discovered three within i-ach a and streams short had time another playing after line on it DO YOU SHAVE YOURSELF?


Stock--Only the Best. of hose laid ready for use if needsd.
"Inquiry at the, office of the American If you do, you know the need of a first-class razor THE PARBOLJA .
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox St. DeForest 'Vir less Telegraph Com- is soldby me for $2.50 and under an absolute guarantee -

I'pany.bernia on Bankvbuilding the twelfth floor of, the 111-. I1ETURNS'HOME N S MEETING N To cut draw, without the fire leaving out of a a scar burn or,heala 'to --your money back it, not satisfied.Goo's .

TURTON &. BELL. elicited the in.
: cure boils sores tetter, eczema and all
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I.formation from the man ,1n chafge skin-and 'scalp diseases use DeWitt's :Elc>c> s-tc>re.
that Mr. White
had
left the city and "
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. he did*not know where he had gon**. Witch Hazel Salve. ,A specific for Fhaa. 235. 213 South Palfox S"...,, PMI..... .
He referred the reporter to \V.V.. piles. Get the genuine. No remedy
E H HELDlarge
such speedy relief. Ask for
K. WHITE Tompkins. one of the directors of the De\Vitt'5-the causes genuine.

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate company, now staying at the St. *+ + +
Optician. 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. Charles HoteL Mr. Tompkins was

not in his room. "Wh. the State Fixed Hotel Prim.

extensive The American arrangements DeForest for has operating made From Savannah, Where He Wenton Number_ Present at Session Before. during and for a time after I. .

TERSELY TOLD in this city and have put up the nee. tie Revolutionary war the courts of PRETTY GO-CARTS I

essary towers on top of the' Hibernia Special Business for Department of Clerks Benevolent As- the commonwealth used to fix the
prices of tu"n board and liqoor, w
building other
and points to enable
R Lynn Weekly of Foshe, All..
wa a visitor to Pensacola ;yesteiday.F" .!" the company to begin operations on a of Justice. ., sociation. when the sojourning stranger from
considerable scale. afar struck Richmond be could pretty '
1 S. Mellen has returned from ai The dispatch from St. Louis is the nearly know what "horse feed and
.
".'n (lavs' business trip through Kanav only informtion at hand concerningthe : : An enthusiastic and largely attended breakfast" cost. There was also an I
A. A. Seraphic the immigrationagent
Oklahoma. meeting of the Clerks Benevolent THE BABIES.! I'i I'
*av I decision. and It is not yet kno".nwhat this toe assize of bread as well as of drink. FOR
II effect it will have the at port, returned to".. Association was held last night in the
Tht- British steamer Iren?. con on wireless The price of bread was regulated by
hall of the of Columbus.
.city yesterday morning after: an absence -I Knights
company's plans with : to
MSued! to the W S. Keyser: Co.. en- respect : the price of wheat. A fourpetmy white
members
">-c-i port late yesterday afternoon. its local operations. Quite a large of-,nearly a' month, on .confidential Between forty and fifty .
loaf, a twopenny white loaf, a four-
present, and heand the reading
were
amount of the stock of the
(' E Wilcox who has been the been placed local investorsand companyhas work< fortn9 federal government of the by-laws which will be adoptedat II penny brick loaf and a fourpenny i We have a full line of the famous t

cues of Mrs. Morgan acroaj the bay the commercial among interests had hop- .. While he personally declinedto the next meeting. Discussions as brown loaf had each t. weigh so much. I'. Wakefield Go- arts. Take the babies .

as returned to his home in Chica- I ed great things of; the newest enterprise discuss the,nature, of 'his businessit to the best means of conducting the according as they had other Ingredi-- out for an airing. It keeps them

eo I in telegraphing without wires. is learned from very reliable association were indulged; in toy those ents' mixed with flour. In those daysa : healthy and plump. .i

"Ml hoods make not monks" and The DeForest has communicated sources that he was detailed by the.I present. "Boston biscuit" costing 1 cent bad ::
ai publications in the guise and.livery many, ships on the'gulf before they entered It was decided to keep the member to weigh six ounces and two drama j :
01 newspapers are not good advertising the mouth of the river and the department of justice to investigate .a' ship list open for the, remainder of and so on. The connection between a : Want One To-day?
'great number naturalized aliens in the 'month. and those' who desire to
mediums. (jispatcheS" have been published in 4 loaf of bread and sixty pounds of
the ..versfrom' Savannah Gao where. to the do so can Join free of charge as longas ::
Lettis G. newsp time, to time. The qwing :wheat at so much per bushel has -
The schooner
fishing morning after the :Magnolia accident great number- aliens recently naturalized it is open. the of the modern
grasp
Howard. of the fleet of aunders & It is the intention of the association grown beyond I
Co". arrived from the fishing banks down the river when President Roosevelt in the state and city courts,: to give entertainments during the mind. However, in the old time in I MARSTON QUINA .

teterday with a catch of 2,000 that vessel last October was going aboard suspicions were entertained by the summer season and thus raise money Virginia the custom of regulating the !

snappers to I.heWest Virginia lyingat federal authorities that the wholesale,,to conduct the comic parade which price, or, rather the weight of a loaf
anchor for him off the head of the
Among the natal stores operators passes the Associated Press receiveda admission of aliens to citizenship was will be given in connection with the of bread by the prloe et the wheat of i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .

""4.v.' ho were, Richardson in the city of ysterday Milton; W.were C dispatch"and the from major him and over other the city DeFor.est and. also effected through by conspiracy false swearing.and fraud, and|Carnival The association next jear.already has a membership far which as ft liquor,was was made concerned W'H-universal., the courts So :...................................................:..

B the department of Justice to conduct double this number if possible.TO .
of Bonifav executive dispatches. gle drink, a quart or a gallon of the p---
.It is understood the DeForest Is investigations among naturalized], stuff. butalmo "a german of punch. The English of India.
F. F Bin hun: who has been confined aliens of different nationalities bo-1: CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Applying for a pest In the police ot 1
\ to his home with pneumonia incorporated under diffe-ent local company cause of his exceptional abilities as a.: Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Richmond'Dispatd. the central provinces of India a native I
!Ha*. *o far recovered as to be able to names wherever It operates. and linguist, and by clever detective work i Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
,. wrote: "I hare a good long equlllne f<
that the service is also In usa by the Franco .1
out of doors. He was down town ,
States he succeeded In securing evidence falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature nose piercing eyelashes on a eemy- : !
for United Navy Department.
a short time yesterday. upon which the grand jury of the United -I! Is on each box. 25c. globular face and a good physique.My .

Mr Wa!'hburn. of Chicago who States returned twenty indict] that takes .
has
No pills Is as pleasant and positive family a history my
:' -:is a responsible position with the ments against many persons but principally -, Geography Set to :Manic.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Imagination back to three pedigrees :
'J
mrinenul! National Bank, of that a Thesel a'gainst James McBride, bar-, "I don't )know" said a Bangor man ,
Famous Little Pills are so and when my grandfather was a millioner.
and who has been spending children delicate bor master, James A. Wood 'POlice the other day. "what their methods of Arclay
ladlesani
effective that With the visaicitude and times matter
> tinit- at Mrs. sergeant, J. J. Garridy Britt Rogersand in the American
oaie Morgan's place teaching are schools these days U
: weak people enjoy their cleansing) .I A and father was driven to
change my
cross the bahas returned home. Paul H. Broome.all of them'city but I was surprised not long ago when .
effect, while strong people say they Gipeeo
------i the necessity to accept a schoolmaster-
officials and acknowledged leaders in
talking to a youngster to find that hecouldn't' j
William Doyle, a familiar figure are the test liver pills sold. Never Savannah city politics. Shrank ship. Ultimately be enjoyed his well I
*:OUI 'he tell how many counties there Quarter
and Warrinton
yard gripe.
navy The of frauds in earned pension by the time be gave up
many exposures ,
fv In the of Maine
state SizeARROW
many years died at his home at were nor could
arrjjgtonestrday afternoon hav- Stockholders Meeting. naturalization matters in several be name them all without looking up his ghost. In case my aspirations turn
states is the of a bill now pend- out I shall as a matter of
I cause
a reality
'
I
t reached the age of about 80 The annual meeting of the stock- the information in his geography. lie Soups
ing in providing that the' be bound to God for
:fl* the Pensacola Carnival As- congress I course prey your ,
<>r many yearn Mr. Doyle holders of was a bright boy too. and I wondered. !
be '
right to naturalize aliens confined
5L i> one of the watchmen emplojco' sociation will be held on Tuesday When I went to school we learned the IS Cents each. 2 fer 25 Cents I II long life and prosperlty'SCINjIF:1C
a. '11, xard, but some years ago he April 3, 1906, at 4 o'clock p. m, in the strictly to federal and the highest names of the sixteen: counties to the I CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.
*.rf'.1 from the service on account rooms of the Chamber of Commerce state courts. j ft tune of 'Yankee Doodle: and to this J'ofert; of Cluftt and Jfonortk Afttrtt. \.} .

m! age The funeral will occur Salisbury building. Election of direc t, day I have never forgotten bow the <::: I t I :. ,
FOODS .
Sunday
morning Warington.. tors. r'
class sounded singing the useful little
James I.aird, the Warrington pitcher F. F. BINGHAM. Sec. Jingle. It went this way: ------------r----- -- I ,

*"io ha--! been ?ean on the local 24mtd. Sixteen counties In the state- .1 '-
'nniond. on numerous occasions and Cumberland and Franklin i A GO TO EXTREMES. A MEAL IN A Pint Cans, lOc ;

*' (0 i,. considered one of the best Scotland Yard. Shootingl Piscataquis and Somerset. I PILL IS TOO MUCH AND TOO I
t'-lri'rl! out from this Aroostook. AnJroscoegln,
e\er turned Scotland Yard. widely known as the
..
ion has signed to play with the headquarters of the London police is Sagadahoc and Kf'nnebetJJn'oln BEST LITTLE.
p!: ''on Knox and Hancock. I Cans
Roug club of the Cotton 35c
I said to have been the Quart I
-'a'es. League a historical place, Waldo Washington and York. i <; .
during the coming sea-
where kings of Scot- Oxford and PenobscoL"I..ewiston I
site of
: a palace
Heine Berger. another pitcherknown pains cause agony in Neuralgia. There is a happy medium between!
'1.,1, land were received when,they came to JournaL "
in Pensacola. has again Those who are subject to attacks I the pill which contains a whole meal
'isnad to pitch for the Columbus club London. It is near; the banqueting hall. and an entire mal which containsno I I
ef' the .\m"rican Association, with WhitehallThe Scotch king retained of this dreadful disease should DimlnatlTe Aitecs. nutriment. To convalescents orj }/ .;

*'Jfh team he has been for ths: past possession of It from !950:! till,the rebel- always keep, handy for immediate The feminine direct descendants of nervous weak people whose digestive -' ) '
f tree rears. lion of ,William of Scotland., Milton, the famous Aztecs are tiny creatures. IPRICES organs should not be heavily taxed ,
Wren and other notables use, a bottle of exquisitely! formed and refined in fea food is the Ideal choice. These
Southern Hotel] arrivals: S. A. Sir 'Christopher a liquid Soups are already J
Uxandor: Rochester. N. ',Y.; Fred I lived In Scotland Yard. I ture. They carry the bead with the up "American Queen beer Is the happy

n<> Asufeld, Montgomery: Ala.; Geo. I bearing grace of the full blooded In- medium. It contain the finest nerve prepared and can be { :i

J Klemmer, Montgomery, Ala.; F. Why HAMLINSThis djan; their skins are not red. but a I tonic known to science In hops, and

"attianta; A. W. Peck, Jr.. New The following'advertisement appeared clear, smooth copper color that shines I in malt, it gives nutrition of bread and served in a few minutes; :! J

tor\\!, G, \v, Christ. Webster. Mass.; In a prominent London newspaper: ILI like gold In the sun; their hc.iris. i meat. 'Also, it Is given In a liquid
enon' and black as ebony and form, easy of assimilation for the ..
Griffin I coarse they
O. Sikes. Pensaco- Wanted.-Experienced business woman WIZARD all that is required is
n paHx Hiller, Louisville. Ky.; H. O. as manageress.. flooralker. supervisor; are decorated with bright feathers and BEST PRICES, BEST GOODS, most disordered digestion. Theseare }

*M5n. Jackson Tenn.; H. C. Oyle, not necessarily experienced in hairdress- gay ornaments. These women make I II I facts. based upon nature's func heating
I :-outs. but must be tactful. reliable and born t! tions. Did you ever see a weak worn
: Dr Ing.
R. B. Crawford, Wayne. I the most wonderful pottery that comes I BEST ""I
\( .1' about Sept. 21 I TREATltIENT.I j out. nervous. dyspeptic beer drinker
H ;
Long. Birmingham. Ala.; to us from Mexico for they Lave kept I
marvelous
Weekly. It Is
B Jerr Ilarper" pain remedy Try American Queen. a pure
; and wife. St Louis Frank i
;
the old Aztec forms and decorations in J
Camel l will relieve the the three rules wholesome germ proof beverage. j
Pfcaen T. Barren Poc quickly spasms These are ,
their art. and they also weave wonderful ranking ahead of all other American: ,
which rule our store in all sea
,
which wrack the tortured nerves baskets and do exquisite embroid- I
Lantas. la.: W, K. Couch. Paiton Fla.; sons of the year. Our aim Is to products.

,F.1.. McCall. Brewton. Ala.' : D. B. and, if taken internally, wijl permanently ery. _ _ | : give perfect satisfaction. Thereis I

1 Frazer. Jacksonville.: C. C.Simms cure the cause: o* the S Order.Order i no reason why we shouldn't : will be received at the Sol! Cahn & CO.
.: ; Valdosta, Ga.:. F. O. Ardis, 'city; Mr. disease."I f Is a lovely nymph. the child of | and, If at any time you get any Bureau Proposals of Supplies and Accounts.
and Mrs. G. Bi: Scott Iowa Falls. la.; beauty and wisdom; her attendants : thing whichis not rtght, we ask Washington D. C.,
Xavy Department
M. Guinckel, New York; H. Bowens had been sufferer for you to tell ug of it.KennedY's ,
a sire comfort:, neatness and activity; her t until 10 o'clock a. m., April 17 j, The Pure Food Store

A simple remedy. Neglectorcold city Okla.; Mrs.Tex.:O.M.L.C.Sparling Ketchum.and Memphis children., years," writes Calvin, E. Hill, of ; abode Is the valley: of happiness; she j Cakes Crackersand I 1906 and publicly opened Immediately -<
a Crnef Palates! and
may result in a chronic Tenn.; F. S. Lasiter Chicago! 111.; Dr. Marietta: Ga., "from the frightful Is always to be found when sought for. i Wafers for receptions. thereafter: to furnish at the navy' Suthett liUndenda
throat .Miss irad never appears so lovely as when yard Pensacola, Ptaa.quantity of machine
trouble. Cold in boxes. Harrison. Cottondale. Fla.;
--- only & Williams pains of neuralgia,, and never compared with her opponent disorder. I tools. as follows! Planers
Jno.
-- Hayes, Oklahoma; Mrs. I Phone Il g
;.Johnson.Teaching. shaper lathers surfacer. saw. saw
Va.: Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Bonton found any remedy that would giveme I
Dr. TBXEtOtl K. Y. John S. Carey... Mobile: *Ala.; bench, wood trimmer, grinders, mill-
Woollen : relief until I tried Hamlins I
lasers of morphine, Jacksonville Fla.: the Teacher. ing machine drilling machine, grind-

PAINLESS [[elixir opium ef, laudanum opium,eo-, Wm.Walter E.P.Mathis Corbett, Chas. H. Dishman. Wizard Oil which effected a permanent Mother (whose children,have had an ROSEN AU & GERELDS I ,stone. Applications for proposals J

jextheorwhlskeys Pensacola. education superior, to her own, to her should refer to Scbedule.429. Blank, .
and
O Price 5Cc $1.Per .
ltrg cure. proposals will be furnished upon
P I U fahOJr small daughter. whom she is In the act
( I IWHITE'S TheFancyCroCers, to.the office -
sale and recommended by application; navy pay Old for{
1I1satoum( treatP It pays to insist on having Blue Ribbon of smacking)-I'll learn you not to contradict Fla., to the newspapers
,meat. < *!..Dr. Penmacola. Pensacola. or Bureau.I
Absolutelypure. 391.
PHARMACY. Phone
AND Lemon and Vanilla. Daughter (between
B. M. me! Small
MOOLLKI H. T. B. Harris Paymaster General!
;
WUshjCon' IMN.PrrorSL Goes twice as far and the "Blue Pensacola. Fla. I her sobs-Teach. mother, teach.-' 21BUC211 sale at this office '
U. S. N.
HtUnta, Georgia. Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. Phone 180. Night Phone 446. !\: ____ .



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l-AGfi TEN THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY! MORNING, MARCH. 24, 1906 .

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; -- J to be transacted' by said corporat

shall be to buy, sell handle, ..
t: irbe ture and deal in..dry-g00d8 mantra.not'on-!

Jen utola JoutnaItf' shoes clothing sundries. geW tnishings ::

II I hardware, hay grain a"

: feed fruits and produce, and Other

Exclusive IdeasMen's kinds of merchandise: naval stor
and
New
i : DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. agricultural products, teas, coftW
,
.
: F and spices; to- buy sell mortgage

4 J "JoI! PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ...in.... and, lease lands and other real
!
.;..f r- .. ,estate; 'to act as agents brokers or

:.f", ,t ...BY... j I commission merchant in Stalin"- i ill
any: or. all of the commodities afore!

THE JOURNAL COMPANY; and Young Men's Easter Suits saldc;' to borrow the money and to sn'jrjsame.

----1q; .t\\ by' 'giving of notes' boThis

: mortgages deeds or other obl'ga..
., tSons''therefor-: buy, sell
or hold
- FRANK L. MAYES President and General Manager.
".i stocks and' bonds of other companle

\ or corporatins; .to' receive payme-u:

;; 1 offer for line that have carried in the most t for the capital stock; subscribed fw
MEMBER TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS. We your inspection the most complete we ever elegant weaves .. In money or in property at a

I and designs., Our Blue Serges in both 3 and 4-button long-! cuts at $9.03 are hard to bedf. valuation thereof in the consideration just-

I or Judgement of the board
I of *
.t., SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Our mrcerized and all-worsted Fay weaves at $ '-0 and $I 2.50 are things of beauty. rectors; and generally to exercise

: One Year.$5 00 Ono Month....... ....... 45 ;0 such powers as may be Incident,',r

,. Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week .... ....... ..... 1*) Our celebrated R. & W. brand of 2-piece Suits in serges worsteds fancy cassimeres, etc., in the'new'.formfitting convenient to the proper conduct o)!

'-1"' Three Months..... .... ... 1 25 WeekJv Edition, per year.l OCt ( 'the business of said corporation, aa.: |
garments are incomparable. They must tie seen 'to appreciated.. They rang in price from $6 to \ to have, exercise' and enjoy all the

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed $1 I 5 per Suit. Our strong argument is the goods were all bought tot cash and you g<:t the benefit of all :discounts rights to corporations powers and organized privileges and incident eiist.!


1 Our Motto ONE PRICE lag under and by virtue of the law
!r Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. TO ALL !
of the State of Florida.
; 1
Come and will III. The amount of capital' block
inspect we do the rest.
of said corporation shall
: ;v4 Offices, 108 and 11O East I Papers on Sal, eon Trains Yours for courteous treatment, ,five thousand dollars ($25,00000)be tv.ent) t

Government. Phone 38. and at all Newsstands.PEXSACOLA. vided into two hundred and fifty <25j)


-:4: ,. !:[' :aE::: :1\.1.1: c! o. C.LOT: IN"; STOB.E I I shares($100.00))of each.one Ten hundred per cent of dollars*as

FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 19'06m capital, stock shall be subscribed jpald

."IjN", for before said corportion: ry.j
I Lm transact any business. All or KTipart
1. Value of theCottonseed M''MifIf *?ft;.. .-
i : of said capital stock of said tti-.
'0>> '
_. poration ,may be payable or bsri:
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THE COOPER --- -
Crop. CASE. : '
for the purchase of property at
t"t jc Cottonseed which but a few years io ? '$7 :M''' t Advertisements Forty ((40) feet South of the South- equally desirable; that it will, never just valuation thereof to be fixed 4,

'if: Jacksonville Mtrcohis. Legal west Corner of lot "A," thence run construct nor permit to be constructed the board of directors at ;,

t ago was considered almost, If not quite TAMM1ANY HALL Easterly at right: angles to the Eastern sidewalks, in saW 'street and thatit '.meeting or meetings to be any called annual f fcr;

: worthless is now an important source t7: .M\ AGAINST HEARST. 1- BIDS FOR UNIFORMS. line of Jefferson Street the distance will never permit" to be constructed that .

;U I of wealth to tne southern states, as I I I' .-' Board Sealed of bids will be the received Clerk's by office the of Two Hundred (200) feet thereupon any steam or street carline .purpose.IV. The term for which saId! ''0:'-
at
The Metropolis Saturday publishedthe ; 10 Savannah News. Safety thence run' Southerly and parallel or telegraph or telephone or any poration shall exist shall be for

l1o< shown by a report of the Census result of the third investigation' until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon 'with the Eastern line of Jefferson other wire bearingpoles.. ty-nine (99)) years.V. jue-

f Bureau which has just been issued, a '$ ;y.H 1 April 4th. for summer uniforms! of the Street of Section 3. Tbat'no vehicle shall
to' feet
:}> made by the grnni.' jury of DeSoto Police the distance: Forty ((40)) The. business of this corpon-
t ; t' synopsis of which appeared in a recent county into the assassination of J. .. and Fire Departments of the thence run at rght: angles to said line enter the said street, except from; the tion shall be conducted by the folios-
City of Pensac of cloth to
11' issue of the Albany (Ga.) Herald,, At its meeting on Monday nfght 1a, samples I Easterly to the Western line of Com North end thereof or pass out of the ing officers: a president viceprdent \;)
IL Bowman L E. be submitted bids. The to
by Cooper at Pun- with right
Tammany.made }t.clear that the Democratic -' mendencia Street. said street. except at tne South end and
4"'r L4 as follows: secretary treasurer and a
ta Gorda Fla. reject any and all bids is res rved. thereof. ,
three *
Cooper
years ago. Section 2. That all Ordinancas'anJ: "
f4 of New York wouldn'tsupport board of three cfrectors.
i The Census Bureau has just issued party '
CHAS.
II. BUSS Mayor.NOTICE
Section 4. violation of the
of Ordinances in conflict here- Any ,
was convicted' more than two parts The offices of secretary and %irp
i ( a preliminary report on manufacture Air. Hearst in his effort to be prohibitions
'three S TO CREDITORS. with be. and the same are hereby repealed contained In the fore-go- be held
h the years ago and times the death president may by one and thj
of
1 cottonseed products during Governor of New York. It outlined ing section shall be unlawful and any .. .
: Notice is hereby given to all creditors : same person. The number of di.
which is interesting. The warrant Issued execution
4j I year 1S04. was for his ,
1 the platform on ,which the Democrats legatees and distributees of and .Section. 3. That this Ordinance person violating them shall upon.conviction tons may be changed from time m
_ 1.._ report shows a total of $96,407,621 in, but through the apeals of his attorneys in the Municipal Court, be
should conduct the state campaignand all persons having claims or demands shall take effect immediately after dts time by the By-Laws, but at no um*
products exclusive of 1444365. rep- I I
;42 r the execution has been stayed. also Indicated the 'the Sul-- and approval. fined by a fine not execcedlng Fifty three
::1.r of : course against the estate of Mrs. Fanny passage shall be less than nor mere
value meal. lint-
the oil
:: resnting
4e era and hulls produced by establishments last week the attorneys were given: National Democratic party bhould pursue livant deceased, to present such I Passed :March 14, 1906' Dollars or be imprisoned for not exceeding than five.,

'? engaged primarily in the manufacture another chance by request of tha governor -, in the congressional c/.mpaigii. claims and demands to the undersigned Approved March 15, 1906. I Section ten 5.days.That this ordinance The board of directors may app.n..

k( .. of fertilizers and slaughter-! and by order of Judge Wall, to Tammany wants the Democratic within two years from this date I CHAS. H. BLISS. shall take, effect immediately: after its other officers and agents of this tor

544 fag and meat packing. Other production -produce any new testimony showing party to make the tariff the issue in February 24, A. D., 1906. GenevieveS. C. E. MERRITT. Mayor.. passage and approval. poration having such powers duua

j ) figures show: Seed crushed, that Cooper was assisted by others in' national politics for the reason that it Beard: Fanny W. Sullivant M. L.Sullivant. Clerk. Passed: March 14 1906. and terms of office same to be prc-
t* this murder or that he was entitle is easier to fight the trusts in that executors. 24feboaw8w scribed by the Br-Laws.
tons oil. An Ordinance relating to the numbering .
i 3,382.370 ; crude. 133.817.777; Approved: March 15 1906.
Kt to any clemency. The unusual privilege way. It takes the position that more The olrectofls shall be elected o>
; I gallons; meal and cake 1,360,172 In Escambia County Circuit Court, of houses: CHAS. H. BLISS.
; of allowing witnesses summonedfor is to be in the directionof the stockholders at each annual
;;; -t, tons; hulls 1,213.344 tons; haters accomplished State of Florida. In Chancery. Annie (trio it Ordained by the Mayor and Mayor' ,* City of Pensacola. ,
the defense to testify before the trusts and getting rid of meeting All other officers ofh:
regulating
:fV. :J. 117.792.969 ounds. Thorsen vs.. The unknown heirsof Council of the City of Pensacola: Attest: C. EL 'M RJUTT.
grand jury and to be questioned by their monopolies thanthere is by repressive corporation shall be elected anwall:
Ii! There were 715 establishments' an John McCree and: against all par'l 'Section 1. That all persons owning City Clerk..
the attorney for the defense: was ordered : legislation. _ by the directors at a meeting t 10 *
.ij Increase of 94 per cent over 1900; ties claiming an interest in ,the or occupying, houses in the Cityof
Wall desire An Ordinance Prohibiting the Sale or held the day.
by Judge indicating a -! Tammany is strongly opposed to the on same
1 capital invested. $73,171.407; salaried 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old City of Pensacola and the agents of such .
the accused Exchange ot'Impure Adulterated offices \ice-pr
J to give every possible municipal ownership schema of Mr. or The president,
r officials clerks etc, 3,229, aggregate Pensacola.: On Monday the 25th day persons are hereby required to number -
Condensed :Milk b-
chance to exculpate himself. Hearst. It made that clear on Monday or Evaporated dent secretary and treasurer as
: .' I ing $3,062.157) in salaries and wage-, of May A. D. ,1906, the defendants are their respective houses in con-I
Cream and the Manner their
\ 1. Twenty-two witnesses gave testimony night. It told Mr. Hearst In so many Providing filled from among number
I
15.539 drawing $4,837,694! In: required to to the bill filed formity with the provisions of Article!
,, :. rees and here is the conclusion of words it would never stand for the appear in which all condensed Milk ana I The annual meetings of the corporation -
to 2 9 of
the
; against them herein. This: order Chapter Code of Ordinances ..
e the jury last week: doctrines he is, preaching and 'gave Evaporated Cream shall be labelled shall be held on the first Mofcay
The report says the total value of be published once each week for of 1902; and any such owner I .
4
in and '
Further The
We have left no stone unturned him to understand that he -wouldn't Providing a Penalty for in March of each year. d"t
primary products was $699.406,463 twelve ((12) consecutive weeks in The or occupant thereofwho shall fail to
our examination. We have spared have helpfrom Tammany as longas the VioJation of this ,Ordinance.Be of tha annual meetings may or
11'' which includes all products obtained I neither time nor money and we !be? he any his political Pensacola Journal a newspaper pub- so number their houses or to change .it ordained by the Mayor: and changed: by the By-Laws.
present
1"4'1: ; directly from the cottonseed. As the leave to report that we have not pursued lished in said Escambia County. AJ: their number if wrong after being I Council of the City of Pensacola: The Incorporators shall meet on

establishments had the option of fiscal found Anything: exculpating L E. course. M. McMillan Clerk Circuit Court by notified so to do by the Board of Public Section '1, 'That it shall be unlaw the fourth day of March, 1907 bema
Hearst's friends
It said ;
is by Mr. ,
"'1 rtJ! or calendar years reports. the statistics -: Cooper. In short, we leave the case organization known the L. G. Aymard-; C. Pensacola Fla.. Works, shall upon convictIon'be ful for any person company or corporation the first annual meeting at the old l

/' for all of them do not cover jest where we found it j that his as Feb. 22. 1906. 24feboawl2wks. punished by a fine not exceeding Ten to make sell-, offer or expose of this corporation in the City ','

i ZT. the same twelve months period.t In the face of this report will the Independent vention on July League 4, next, will and hold that its from con- NOTICE OF SALE. ($10.00) Dollars, or by imprisonmentnot for sale or exchange In the Cityof Pensacola, Escambia County Florid !

State Board of Pardons now step in Sealed bids will be received by the exceeding Ten ((10)) days, or by Pensacola.. any condensed milk or at ,eleven o'clock a. m., for the pui
t that time until the meeting of the
'"J. I t | Is announced that contracts have and rescue Cooper from the death Board of Bond'Trustees" the Cityof both) such fine and imprisonment in evaporated cream unless manufactured pose of adopting By-Laws holJ;!!",,
Democratic primaries it"-will, devote its '
1 KJ been let for a new passenger station penalty? It has been said that. he Pensacola ""Florida from February the discretion the Recorder. from pure clean healthy, fresh the first election of. officers and copletiog :> -
the work of the
efforts to capturing
would never be hung. and there Section 2. That this ordinance stall] unadulterated and wholesome milk of thu l'n'
may the organization
't$4j} at Birmingham which when completed (Democratic state convention. 26, 190(5( until'Ma.rch 28, 1906, at 12
; this assertion take effect Thirty ((30)) days after its from which
be some foundation; for the of all the cream has not been poration.
will cost 1500000. This Is That Is o'clock noon, for purchase
interesting ,
something but if he is not It will be a disgraceto an programme Thou passage. removed, either wholly or in part and Until the officers are elected at tu
of Three Hundred
t 4t;+ that has been badly needed' the 'State of Florida and an Insult] but is it one that Mr. Hearst can car or any part ,Section 3. That all ordinances sala'. condensed 'milk or evaporatedcream first annual meeting) and shall -
much'prospect sand Dollars ($300,000)) "Improve-
..i.. ,34'j for. years and Its construction will to the courts which have pronouncedhim ry out with of success ment Bonds of the City of Pensacola and parts of ordinances in conflict shall be concentrated to a degree qualified the business of this conation ...
? He isn't strong in the state
guilty and shown that there Is herewith be and the same are hereby to contain a minimum of seven shall be conducted by the ro"-
mark the beginning of
; an era in the outside of New York city and Tam Florida i being'of the denominatori of ,
tt1 not a scintilla of evidence to prove repealed. and one-half per cent of butter fat anda lowing officers: W W. Watson, p'.
,1 1 growth; of of greater Birmingham. that he i is not guilty of the crima ha many rules the Democratic organization $1,000 each dated January 1; 190, Passed :March 14, 1906. minimum of twenty eight per cent dent; (X W. .'Parker vice-preoidfn

fJ; tt. was convicted of perpetrating. oman in the city. It ,would seem, therefore maturng January 1, 1936. subject to Approved' March 15. 1906. of total milk. solids by weight. C. W. Parker, secretary and E :..

.' "1,.{ ReadyvMade In the State of Florida ever before that he hasn't much.of a chance I the right of the City to redeem any or CHAS. H. BLISS Section 2. That it shall be unlawful Reese treasurer with W. W. Wat-on
+ to the Democratic- nomination! all of said bonds at any time after
,J .had the chance to clear himself get for E. MERRITT' for .
C. Mayor. any person company or cor C. W. Parker and B. L. Reese iI"
: in Demand. that Cooper has had. Governor.If twenty(20)years( ) from the date thereof Clerk. roration to manufacture sell or offef rectors.

'Jtt"1Homes Judge Wall and the State's Attorney he doesn't fcet it, will he be an I at par and accrued interest, and bear for sale or exchange in hermeticallysealed VL The highest amount of inU t tedneaj > -

:: People of democratic tastes, who have afforded the defense every opportunity independent candidate the nominee:: of ing Interest at the rate of 4% percent An Ordinance to Prohibit the Recognition cans, any condensed milk or or liability to which this <<,

; : like to "live In a house," 'tout not in a :possible to disprove the the Independence Leaguer There are per annum payable eerti-an- by City Officials of the As- evaporated cream, unless put up in poration shall at any time subjo..

: T lonesome one-solve the problem charge of murder. They have even indications that he will. lie seems to nually. The principal and interest slgnment! of Salaries by Officers packages upon which shall be distinctly self shall be in" an amount rqua' '0

i' easily and to their profit by renting granted the defense unprecedented 'be confident that he is able to beat are payable in gold at the office of the I I and sacola.Be Employees. of the City of Pen- labelled or stamped the name twice the amount of its capita) -""-

privileges in criminal practice and both the Democrats and the Republi United States Mortgage and Trust- of the person company or corporationby VII. The names and plarev ofresta
furnished to it"
Ordained
.j: rooms pleasant people. notwithstanding all of these oppor--cans. And the probabilities are he Company New York. I I by the Mayor and whom made and the 'brand by nce of the subscribing IBK::

; Isn't it better to live in a good house tunities Isaiah\ E. Cooper stands as; would draw pretty nearly as many The legality of the bonds will be approved .Council Section' of the City of Pensacola: which, or under which it ?S made. Be pointers together'; with the amoco .of

j t" ,with a few lodgers who pay your entire guilty to-day of assassinating J. H. votes from the Republican as the I by Messrs. Dillon & Hubbardof 1. That no Executive it further provided, that when con- capital stock subscribed for t b>> eari

h'i:: ." rent for you and a little toward Bowman as he did the dark night he Democratic party. New York whose opinion as to the Board,or Officer of the City shall accept -caused milk or evaporated cream be are as follows:

v.it:.' your household than to live fired the fatal load of shot into the Just at present :Mr. Hearst isn't In legality or duplicate thereof will or in any way recognize or agreeto sold from cans or packages not W. W. "Watson residing at Tens*'
expenses assignment transfer of
'
or
,lo body of the city marshal of Punra: very good standing with the Democratic be delivered to the purchaser or, if any any hemetically sealed, .that the vendor cola, Florida 110 shares.C. .

In a small apartment alone with expenses -Gorda while he (Bowman) sat in his party notwithstanding the fact more than one purchaser to each of salary or compensation earned or shall brand or label such cans or W. Parker, residing at Pensa

t t that grow harder and harder house enjoying the society of his that he is a Democratic Congressman. the purchasers. The bonds will be unearned of any OffIcer or Employee packages with the -name of the manu cola Florida 70 shares.E. .
_ \orJ wife and children. engraved, under the supervision of of the City: Provided that this pro- I facturer of the milk therein.
tt: to meet? He ran against the regular Democratic vision shall not the trans. L. Reese residing at Pensac-i.
i j If you advertise PERSISTENTLY It Is not creditable to the State of, nominee for :Mayor at the last inu and certified as to genuineness by the fer by endorsement prevent of any warrantor I Section 3. That any person company Florida 70 shares.W. .

Florida that this man Cooper should nicipal election in New York and that United States :Mortgage and Trust or corporation :violating any provision W. WATSON,
: shall not prevent the transfer J by
you may at a nominal cost, keep these"READYMADE favors extendeto ""u'
tlf' have so many more will not soon be forgiven by D mo- Company cf New York. of other of this ordinance shall; on con C. W. PARKER,
enatorsement "warrant
r HOMES" always tenanted him than other criminals. The crats who believe In regularity. If he I Each bid must be made on a blank written order of any the'City by or the per I viction,be subject to a fine not exceed B. L. REESE

": by THE RIGHT-KIND OF PEOPLE -] Circuit Court and the Supreme Court should seek the Democratic nomina- I form furnished by the City and must son to whom is made payable. ing twenty-five dollars or In defaultof -
I t' have declared him guilty of the high-, for President 'be accompanied by a duly certified same the payment of said fine an Imprisonment -
t and the somewhat bitter problem -! tion would find Democratic Section 2. That all ordinances ort State of Florida
\. t\\ est crime known to the law and yet. party managers In'all parts of II,' check on one of the banks of the City not exceeding thirty days
of HOW TO MAKE BOTH ENDS Bowman has been in his grave three parts ordinances. In conflict here- Section 4. That all County of Escambia.
'of cent. of ordinancesand
the country against him because of Pensacola for two ((2) per with Be W.
; i'I MEET will give you less concern. )ears, his wife made a widow, his his independent course in the municipal the par value of the bonds bid for. and are hereby repealed. parts of ordinances In conflict 'Before me personally appear I
ll Section 3. That this ordinance
.. ) When you set aside a few rooms in' children robbed of a loving father campaign in New York city. Hej The bid should be in a sealed envelope shall take its herewith be'and the same are hereby W. Watson, C. W. Parker ant- t f !
and and Cooper still lives, : effect Immediately upon and eacti/ 01! 1In:
protector, who all
it\ your house as "Ready-made homes"and cannot count on Tammany help in his marked "Bids for ImprovementBonds" I I passage: and approval. repealed. Reese are .., 14
and may contfnue to live by commutation Passed: March 14 1906. well known to me. and know
,
to L. Hilton
ambition be either :i: and addressed
begin to advertise them :you will of sentence as other bloody to Governor or Passed: March 14, 1906. in and w-n "-
r- President. : Green, President of the Board of Bond: Approved: March 15. 1906.. the persons named
:J; ,be surprised to find how many of the criminals have thus been favored before I ICo..er. : Trustees. The bid, to be considered Approved: March CHAS.15,H.1906.BLISS CHAS. H. BLISS scribed their names to the forest",nl

*: '. "nice sort" of folks live in furnished him-some of them even pardoned must be received at the office of the Mayor, ,City :of Pensacola. articles of Incorporation. .
of Pensacola.Attest I
Mayor. City
while the' blood of their victims Eel. I Attest: : C. ii;. acknowledged that they subscribe
t ..L rooms-and you will be surprised to : Board of Bond Trustees in Pensacola, : C. E. MERRITT MERRITT. lI"e.
\\1M still fresh on their hands. Conger eels hunt for the octopus and. City Clerk. an.i executed the same for lb.
j' I find out how r Florjdi. by or before 12 o'clock noon City Clerk. _ _
easy a matter it is to (Herald1
The Punta Gorda which has when found. proceed to browse on its I and purposes therein exyresd .
March 28 1906 and at the
same OFlNCORPORATION
on ARTICLES
wipe out the terror's of ever cried aloud for justice In the ; ; I OF I herwin.>
your own "renttt' limbs. The octopus 'tries' to. hug the AN ORDINANCE In witness whereof
I' place delivery of the bonds will be WATSON PARKER .-'
,f day." case of Cooper says that Cooper was slippery, slimy conger tight but in I i I made on April 10, 1906 at 2 o'clockp. Entitled an Ordinance to establish ,COMPANY.& REESE my hand and official seal tais :::

:rr.. not convicted entirely on circumstantial vain, and, finding its limbs growingless m. The sale of said bonds is sub- anor( provide for the maintenance t day of March. A. D., 1906. ,
I
!(,' .4.t t Judge Parker Is said to favor Mayor evidence, as many people seem discharges Its Ink In the face of [, ject to approval by the City Council use and control of DeL 1Da Street. Notice is hereby given that the un R. POPE IlEEM'Notary : it
'' to imagine. Two witnesses the Herald I Be It ordained by the Board of Aldermen dersigned will apply to the HonorableN. Public' State of Fiord.! ;'
4i; .' McClellan as democracy's candidate the' the foe and under cover of the turbid i!: of the City of Pensacola and the right !p
says, saw the man and heard and Mayor of the City of B. Broward.. Governor: of the Stat Large. My commission eapr' "
".') t for the presidency in 1908. However report of the gun he fired. water beats a hasty retreat. It is to |I! is reserved to reject any or all bids.: I Pensacola: cf Florida on the 24th day of April 27th: day of September 190*.

: ... tt it Is hardly probable that the able More certain punishment and less escape the too pressing attention of Its |I: For further particulars address the I Section 1. That the thoroughfare A.D.., 1906, for letters patent Incorporating -

f'i i Jurist will have much of a say in the chance of escape will lessen crime a 'foes that the octopus possesses the {j I:: United States Mortgage and Trust between Government Street on the the Watson Parker & Reose FORECLOSURE SALE.

view The Metropolis has advocatedfor power of changing its color to correspond Company or the undersigned. South and Intendencia !Street on the Company under the' following 'that

;:'It: selection of a candidate when the time tars.. if _a man thinks he can with that of its surroundings.An L. HILTON GREEN, North running through lots Two Hun- charter the original of whichis proposes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'IOSUfl!

:; .l tt comes. escape punishment (probably as 'I Chairman Board of Bond Trustees dred and Seventy Two ((272) and Two: now on file In the office of the by virtue of a decree of 10'h "'ilt' ('ir"

:;: fi '' Cooper did) he will not long hesitatet. English Pensacola. Florida Hundredand Eighty Seven ((287) In Secretary of State of .the State of and sale made and entered l '
Soperatltlon.
<
:.rfiir. The Czar and John DI| Rockefeller .> commit crime, but if he knows the According to an ,ancient bit of Sussex An Ordinance to be entitled: An Block Sixteen ((16)). Old City of a Florida. cult Court of the First for.It1I\I"la i> Escarnb.a/

.:'il are getting more alike every day. The chances of escape are very difficult when bride : Ordinance to extend and change the width of Fifteen and one-half ((151h) :W. WATSON; -. cult of Florida. In and of Starch, ..

:l -w f former is hiding out at Tsarskoe- he will hesitate and refrain from doing home folklore from church her.a single returns friends :: lines of that portion of Church Street to Sixteen' an. one-half (16%) feet, C: W. ..PAHKER, D.county 1906.on in the a certain 10th day canto cba"
thing.
a wron now known as Cushman's Alley or E., L. REESE.
between Jefferson Street and
lying -
j Se-lo; the latter ditto at Lakewood We do not know Cooper nor dijj we at once rob her of all the pins In her :I Commendencta Street. Dereache Street is hereby declared to rPROPO'ED very, wherein A A. Fisher is CUDplainant
'
)MI N. J. > know Bowman and did we dress under the Impression that I and C. J. Kennedy is t1 1P"dant
never see every : tile. it Ordained by the :Mayor and be a street to be known as DeLuna CHARTER OF WATSON tied '

1 either of them. All The Metropolis maiden who is lucky enough to possess Council of the City of Pensa'cola: Street' and the City hereby assumes PARKER &. REESE I will as Special Master appo

:}-.-4 ,If Judge Parker should attempt to has, ever.said about the case was in one ,will be married during the courseof I I I Section 1. That the lines of that' full control of and obligations for the COMPANY. by the Court for that purpose it'at

J.'1 ; 'pose as the orginal "southerner forpresident" defense of the courts and for the vine a year.-London Express portion of Church Street which,He between maintenance and use of the same asa The undersigned hereby associate public outcry at the count (Oil

j 11 man he would find dication of the majesty of the law street. tJemselves'ogether for the house door in the city of Pt"nsaco.JoEsa.mbia
% some Jefferson Street and Commen-; purposeof '
II' believing the violators of the law I Section 2. That in considerationof becoming Incorporated County. Fla.. on Moods: :
from this 0' the dencia Street shall be and the and fom-
opposition neck woods. Sometimes la same
l : ::1 should be punished and life and vegetable growth very the assent of the persons now owning ing a corporation underhand by virtueo the 2nd day of April. 1906 beiwthe
extended and changed
property made more secure. This we rapid. The common mushroom attainsits are hereby as the soil of the said alley that It : the laws of the, State of hours of 11 o'clock a. In. ana -
Florid3I
l .! It Is hard to believe that the artists 'believe is best for the people and for full size in' less than: twenty-four I. follows to-wit: The Northern,line of shall become a street, and of their I I with and under the following o'clock p. m. to the highest bidi'
'Who robbed the Credit Mutual Bank this shall contend. said portion of Church Street shall be- pro <,T<
t-rt we ever ours. promise to immediately pave the'I posed charter. 'for cash the following propriYuate

:-1N; f at Moscow of U 5OOO were not raised I gin at a point'on the Eastern J'.ne; of same either with virtifled brick or 1. The. name of this corporation lying and being between nufl-
Jefferson the Southwest Corner
iIR: in :MissourLir't > Street" at 'concrete base 'With a hard finish witha shall be 'Wateon: Parker &. Reese bers 514 and 518 South Palafox Str-
of lot "A, thence run Easterly at slant the center where there will Pensacola. EscamB
to Company and its business shall be 'In the City of ..
: right said Eastern line of
; angles to be a gutter One and one-half ((1%) conducted In the Florida to-wit One paten'shooting
1 : "Hell roarin' Jake" Smith and Leonard Yes. 100,000-times each.day. Does Jefferson Street the distance of Two City of Pensacola in County ..'
.1"': Wood will down In Inches deep, Ten (10) inches wide at the State. of_ Florida.. and In gallery. One flute or?
other
go history it"send out blood or bad blood? '
good
Hundred (240) feet thencerun
Does Your; and Forty ( rifle!
r\1t ride by side.! You is the botlon and Fourteen (14)) inches cities of America and In foreign Two gasoline engines. Four .
know for blood
"!t good good Southerly and parallel with the wide at the top the City agrees:that countries whenever .necessary One tent. The said property being;: Srated
health; bad blood, bad .health. Ask Eastern line of Jefferson Street to the .street shall convenient d J,
34 the said always remain The- east s
i The bite of Yellow Dog Hamilton! ,principal office of this on vacant lot on
your own doctor, about taking Ayer's North line of Church Street. I from Fifteen beI1l'e--
a street of and one-half corporation shall l be>in. the soutrSouth Palafox Street.
l { doesn't seem...so. bad. after y all Heart .iiI eat 'Sarsaparilla for. _thin. .impure. blood. The Southern line of saId portion of I'I (l5%)- to Sixteen antf one-half Pensacola County Escambia City and of Main and Cedar Streets. Bill of 6<1.9

t .- To the coal man! ; ":3." -.*" : ::=.:.-:: ij|? J.C.AywCa. Church Street shall begin at a' pointon t (ISVj'reet wide; that the City shall I I State of Florida. r\\ at. cost of purchaser. Ceo. T Mp,' .,_

--:r:;..- ) the Eastern line of Jefferson Street maintain the said pavement one H. Tie enefa.l.'n. ture of business I. gsa, Special Master. 20mar24..C' : -..-* ,



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13 tr.ld\., andt..ung' Trouble USEOFFOR CONVICTS t ors-"" -.u.U.U-U.tt.U.u..U. : U o32ni! HIHf u.....,,_. .I--B.f..Wwr.Wrlwnwr.1(... ..., +ws.wn.. __.alAnaA. ::''' a..f rR4.7Msi is:*



er S SST nin SS BBSB '
11, Mrs. flary Horn-Lockwood, who Carload of .- ; -


al e could not lie down on account MALING


or of Soughing and smothering'spells yt


hi'e.. Is restored to strength
R ROADS
rf

$:. and health by Duffy's Pure i'yE. e r.
IdJ1 Halt Whiskey. "After doctors aC ct

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11 and medicine failed to help Allan Rogers Gives His Views as

'
me, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey of 1
Ita. to Improvement the

Ii.3e 1 a.Ii., : felt saved my life,'and I never State Highways. I r I Just Received. 1

',r : stronger or better than I I


oft'1 do today." The grateful lady The Jacksonville Metrcpolu of i II t

Ie writes Thursday contained the following letter So great has been the demand for this
LM{ '
Itt from Allan Rogers one of the
t.s E.. "It gives me pleasure to bave you use my excellent mineral water that I find
roads it 1
:t..i photograph and testimonial in behalf: of Duffy disciples of good : I l necessary -
ri ixw cti:?:: Pure Malt "Whiskey. which saved my life wheq Editor of the Metropolis: ,
. :,?t V two of the best doctors had
me to die
given up m
7. ? and declared that no medicine could help me. I AS the candidates for the various 1 to order it i in carload lots.
was taking Duffy's at the time, and kept righton. county offices are beginning to tell
as I had great faith in its wonderful curative \ -
I) ; powers. I had lung trouble and a weak heart the dear people the many wonderful 1

and for six months was unable to lie down at. things they are going to perform,

3d. ":":: .,'..ll night on account of coughing and smothering .:n't it about time the frienia'a of r tyI r -
spells. I was reduced to ninety pounds, and was It is the Best Earth I J
:Iiy IiJ going into consumption. The impression of both good roads were 'asking the candi- Water on

my friends and the doctors being that I could not dates where they stand on the goodr
"
:i ,
live. Despite their opinion I gave up medicine,
'. v ; and after taking four bottles of Duffy's my condi- I1d. question? e t
t '' tion was greatly improved. This was In the Fall, The gentlemen who will representus f '
.
and I continued the use of your grand} medicineall
d V winter, the result being that by Spring I in the Legislature and upon the byi Stick to your old friend and drink the water :

weighed 125 pounds and after taking twenty bot Board. of County Commissioners, ealecially i
I '
'" .
Iirc ties my health was fully restored and I never .. '
felt stronger or better in my life. I advised a should square themselvesone
number of friends who had throat and lung way or the other oa this important i which you are sure will do you good. It is the
trouble to take Duffy's and it never failed to cure q W
MRS. MARY MORN-LOCKWOOD them.-MRS. MAUY HORN-LOCKW00D, M3 subject.

eo Rivet avenue,Indianapolis.Duffy's This is a good time, I should think original mineral water and .

s.v.3v Pure Malt Whiskey for the Automobile Association, the

,v.t. Board of Trade, and kindred organ: i

I t.a Is an absolutely pure, gentle and Invigorating stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues tones up the heart, gives izations to make themselves heard on lit
JK>.'"r to the brain strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital this, the most important question before .
fon"'s. it makes digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment It contains. It is invalu- the people of Florida: to-day. Besides is a Healthful Refreshing Beverage
eo abi. for overworked men delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens the fivstern. is a promoter of good health this question, the dream
anti( 'longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. Duffy's Pure Malt WSIckey contains no fusel oil and dopey ,
1') Is the only whiskey that has been recognized as a medicine. This Is a guarantee.Sold of draining tha Everglades and other
'e- by all drngtfats and grocers,or direct sealed bottles only;never In bulk. Price$t. Insist on the genuine,and ace wildcat scheme*; .sink into significance .
to that the"Old Chemist trade-mark is on the label. Beware of refilled bottles and spurious malt whiskey substitutes' red .
..1"ro for sale by unreliable dealers. They are positively harmful and will not cere. Medical booklet and doctors'advice free. Duffy I -
Halt Whiskey Co.,Rochester,N.Y. The In waste floundering In time over, money bad roads and energy in I It is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs

N. GOLDRING AND LOUIS BEAR COMPANY Distributers.. the United States amounts annually
'.. to more than double of all the taxes, I
Company Waukesha Wis. and there is a
i
.
------- .- ---- -- -- -- -- state, county and municipal paid by rW ,
Ir.c rsC. intelligent and efficient health law the people of the Union. A few

coy DEVELOPMENT I and placing methods the execution for preserving of regulations and the J.J.BYfRSINVENTS of years Georgia. ago Mr.showed Yates, from state geologist carefully: Ei "new man in every bottle i

OF FLORIDAWONDERFUL health of prepared data that if ail l the public '
the citizens
..alli.i of the state beyond -,. A NEW PROCESSCONVERTS roadj of Georgia were first-class MeAdam L
the
reach or influence of politics,


tei ly GROWTH IN SEVEN. either Thus:ng'general that it appears the or State locaL with Board convincing cf Healthof reason j I ORDINARY SAP.., SHIN, or enough to the roads Use to state pave there Convict of 6,000$6.250.000 would Labor.miles be annually of a roal.saying Ii'; Call for ,It and Insist on Having It }E 4


i- TEEN YEARS SHOWN BY POR i Florida has been an important factor GLE INTO MOST DURABLE Everybody admits the necessity. of .
in acquiring a citizenship for the a WR ,
I good roads, so that the most important
TER'S ANNUAL REPORT. state which ARTICLE TO BE HAD.
agm by wealth and intelligencehas
thing to consider in their: cat, .

'II':1' I commonwealth brought energy in multiplying and vigor to the the has J. been J. Bjers, of that city, but who construction possibility of and graft elimination(Statistics of furnished the. You should have it l at your club, at yourfavorite' 1:1:
working in Gulfport for several
Ltc The annual report of Dr. Joseph Y. products of the soil and unfolding t>y North and South Carolina! *
I
be Porter state health officer, submitted: sources from. the denths- of the eartn weeks, is .in the city for a few show that the best and cheapest i I saloon and sideboard.
I Mr. on
'' which have la'd hidden and unknown days. Byers is the inventor ol roads have been built 'by convict labor your i:;
to the State Board of Health at the 'I for a process by which he claims that he
on I centurtes.I and my (personal' experience with F i W
can convert the
ordinary pine
sap
annual held in
meeting recently
ng convicts in Florida road-making warrants
Jack'i y.
I bhingle into a better article than a u 1
CP- btmville, contains the following *:) Don't Complain.If me in saying that roads in 3
of Mshoeing the wonderful growth chest pains and unable shingle sawn of all heart stuff. His Florida can be built cheaper with ii
jour you are '" -- -
--..
la. Plot ida since 1889, and shows that the-1 1I I to sleep (because of a coirgh Buya I'- t; convict labor than in any other way. tWAa JVL 00 G p'.}
jr- Stair Board of Health has been an Lnjwrtiint bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup the sap anti aclas from the sning'eand Duval] has a large,number of county f
then
rig; 'factor in the development ofl and you won't have any, cough. bj hydrollc process, forting prisoner -we wilj\ ( say fifty in i ,
I I it full of pure pine oil. A. shingle -
Florida. : Get a bottle now and that cough will round numbers. They are leased out
tn.f.. From 1RSS! to the present year: seventeen I I not last long. A cure for all pulmo thus treated will never rot, G'ndM at about $15 per month, ,which bringsto f
r Byers claims that this shinglecan
years, which is the life: of the nary diseases. Mrs. JGalveston' be much than the county an annual income of Dis-tri N'llt: :r.m erR
h,) State Hoard of Health of Florida-the Texas,' writes: "I: can't say enoughfor produced cheaper $!IOOO. These fifty convicts could under
other durable shingle made. The
1 beif. ,population of Florida Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The any proper management construct fifty
has increased
I relief it has is all that oil used in this process is secured at miles of road annually which val'."J m Wholesale Dealer
from 367,036 to 604;*67, having almost given me is the plant of the Pensacola Tar & Liquor |i
tl.. practically doubled in the seventeen necessary for me to saySold by Turpentine Works. I at $5,000 per mile, would put the ,
31 t'ars, and the estimated wealth has I I all druggists. I I county $241,000 to the good. A still .li
I I The Gulfport Tribune} of March 21,, WI
t; better showing is marie, if we take
likewise increased from $70,616,33100 contains article 1 Pensacola Fla.
L. iu 1SSX! to $131,436.39300.:: : which has Linnets'In Africa. concerning a a very demonstration interesting which the figures from'th United States \ i if
'11. government reports of an average fotwelve :'
also n arty! doubled. Dr. Arthur J, Hayes In his "The :Mr. Dyers gave there, in which he Y \f-:
l1.Ir.i southern states, in the cost tom. ..,.... .. .........__ .._.__ RAxa'rrylnW
After the establishment of the State Source of Blue Nile" tells how the showed how the shingle was treated +aWIrYW+ .Ifn..w.If. / *'"' ""'* ____....,.". \
Board of Health, early in 1889 cap- linnets come the to drink out.of the Atbara and the result produced. of The working average convicts total on cost public, including roadt 00 RsweaR*...n.t,Wwra.MaR rfr'n.1. ...........J..B.-tJ.......-."'H.."....u'.. 'n.U-B..................*"u. u......."''n... ;.j. ....Hi u"'AI"'HIfU"'tl. "'HlftJ. .u.......u... u.. If U.._:tJJH..l............_:

.r talists and home-seekers were attracted riverThey come with an undulating everything, was 35 cents per day, -- -- -- ------- -- -- -- -
to the state of In buying a cough medicine for children
and
Florida waste
' which would make the fifty convicts
rush, and. small as they are the rushing
'Ito places! built and railroads < never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's -
up con- cost Duval county $6,387.50. Deduct
RROWES'Screens
l of the wind as they beat the air BU .
toto
: -trurrert such as had never before been I Cough Remedy. There Is no this from '$250,000 the value of fifty
"k.r lonceivul: or thought of. :I I makes a noise like thunder, and their danger from it and relief is alwayssure miles of good roads, gives $243,61250as
"fr. l I numbers darken the sky. The weightof to follow. It is especially valuable I
Governor Fleming was farsightedwhen a net profit\ for the labor of our
the throngs of them which alight ata for colds, croup and whooping 1'1sL
>t hI' insisted upon a State Health convicts !per annum. While I do not and MosQuito !
'h .irganizaiion for he appreciated the time bends down the ends of the : cough. For sale by all druggists. believe convict can be worked ii Fly

lenefits which such a sanitary supervision I overhanging brioches and twigs to the Duval county at a cost of 35 cents au'ay
level of the \Val er." I I Two Saw Mill Deals. of demonstration !
would bring to the state Is It it is a fact easy -
Provencal, La, Mar. 23.-J. B.
1a too mum io suppose or to assert that I that a mile of wil-built road is
non of this Alladmllke development Practical Hawthorn has sold his saw mill plant worth in any community much wore Sent on Thirty Days' Trial, Preight Prepaid '
here to Gibbs & Co, of Lena, who
of rite! state would have taken place, "Why do you teach your children to than 5000. i1
10 cenamh not as soon as it did had recite and sing?'* are now moving the machinery and Suggests a State Law. All material needed for attach: g the screens and doors, included with
not will be running to full capacity: with In my judgement we should get A r
:i'ip Investors public health from other states, where "'Yell." answered the practical woman iu the next thirty dajs behind the Florida Legislature with out extra cost.Screens .
is
::1 other considerations esteemed, and is above "there has to be some way of D. W Young has bought the T. 1V: something like this Revived, That are made only to order y et ,returnable if not satisfactory.
'lulh car starting people who come to see you Trammell saw mill plant, includingall the Legislature of the State of Ficr .
J 'onda looked in after, felt assured that and forget when it's time to go home." timber lands and improvement;, Ida be earnestly urged to enact a law MORE THAN' 200,000 HOUSES ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'

rh.. righ direction 188 had in made a move in Washington Star.. and will continue the business at the to provide that all convicts who snail SCREENS. 4n
enacting an same place. be sentenced from the courts -'of this t DEL IV E R E D f0 R
.- I Every practical improvement in. screen construction during the past
state to penal servitude for a period
---- first used by u3. .
thirty was
years
tlL of two years or IdS be sentencedthe
[ chalneang of the respective coun- Drop postal to P. O Box 104, or phone 1015 and local representative

In, ties in which they have been convict will call to 'give you estomates.
oeIr ed, to work exclusively in the build
ing of good roads In such counties. --- - ----- CHAS.BLUM&CO

1 lIt; "I'm Well Gr-ould we 8ucce l' In securing a pri . ..... ......... ..................................../\I'ttI
of the convicts we should then follo'v 517 AND 519 WZST -BAY ST..

,to 3! the advice given by Prof.of J North. A. I Put them in before ; FLIES and
Holmes, State geologist SC-REENS' JACKSONVILLE FLA.

.I.t Carolina who, in a public address, MOSQUITOES get into your house. ..
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Tale Told Everywhere.Tn sad! : "We must avoid making serious .1
rdat Because of L> mistakes; we must avoid wasting the can s a a1F Ef& 19F#**ii# *# #-*#
people's money but the only way to Supply of BRICK now on hand.

been Also most forms of the following: (secure this result Is through the employment PIANOS AND ORGANS. y
: almost every hamlet-every neigh- been made with it. Its power had KiJuey Troubles Liver Troublesbioma.hTroubles of trained efficient road Phone 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO- CASH OR EASY TERMS. .
borhood
le -there are living examples of proved,again and again: in.the most dif VV omen's Li seallever. VVVVVMMMMV Wv 1Ah
wbat: Liquozone can do. Wherev you ficult germ diseases. Then we offered to Inflammation or catarrh-Impure or poisoned builders to superintend the work. /NMM iH All Piano Work Guaranteed. '"
are, disease blood-usually indicate a germ attack They are just as necessary to the CLUTTER A. RUSHING, ;E
you need not far find bottle free in -
to the first every
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go some one supply In nervous debility Llquuzone acts a vitallzer, ------ --- -- -
of this work *
wno has been helped by it. that required it.. And over one IICCIwpluihlng remarkable results. efficient prosecution a # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. olf
talk to some of those cured ones; million dollars have been: spent to an- is a lawyer In the trying of an im : PHONE 476. Yra
perhaps
\t 50c. Bottle Free.If pedant case In court, or a doctor In :
offer.
"our Own friends are among them. nounce and fulfill this '
l"er. Ask >f they advise you to try Liquozone. The result U that 11,000,000 bottles you need Liquozone,and have nevertried a case of illness NEW METHOD LAUNDRYf. *####* #* #####** *#*

Or let us buy you a bottle, and learn Its have been''"ed. mostly .n.the past two it,please send us this coupon. We "This qu?stlon of placing any cobbler ,.
jockey other untrained -- ---- -" -- -- -
r.ia power for jourself If you need help, years. Today thereare countless cured will then mail you an order on a local or peddler or or -

plea-... don't wait longer; don't stay sick ones, scattered everywhere, to tell what druggist for a full-size bottle, and will person in charge of the roadwork W. LAwRr.'VCE' PnjHilar. '"i us! how to you-as we have to mil- Liquozone has done. pay the dru Kut ourselves for it. This is bad business, mistaken .
twn lions-what Liquozone can do.Liqxiozone. Hut so many others need it that this n our free gift, made to convince you; policy, an evidence of criminal negligence .
n.n.. offer is published etiU.\ In late years,science to let the product itself show :you whatit in the administration of pub T' - -- --- -- --- AManCut

n' What Is. has traced Scores of diseases to germ can do. In justice to yourself, please lic affairIt is a waste of time, ........................................ .......
It. attacks. Old remedies do not apply to accept it today, for i it places you underno money and energy. It gives a black

,11 virtues f Jquozone are derived them. We wish to show those sick ones obligations whatever. eto the good roads: movement. It

rt *o.eiv from pas t'8. The formula. is sent to -at our cost-what, Liq ozone can do. Liquozone costs SOc. and SI. is an injustice both to the people r His Throatonce

;I,
r, Jj' 'res<<; Urge apparatus and from 8 to 14 Where It.. Applies. CUT OUT THIS COUPON. who travel. the public roads
d1" time. It is directed by chemists "The county should place an ,ex-
collar that had
oi UM.highest class. The object is to so These' are the diseases. which Liquo Fill'out and mall It to Tbe IJqaozone Company perlenced roadbuflder in charge of i on a
nt In these ,4JS-I64 Wabash have three sizes of charcoal fur- not teen properly laun
A. We
, "and rombme the gasea as to into zone luis been most emploj ed. ve. Chicago.( its work, and if necessary it can wall :
.
carry he
If had sent
dered.
at '
. the Contact uteni a powerful tonic-germicide. it all has of earned these troubles its widest reputation.supply the first In My disease...................................... affonj to pay for this service from 5 : races-a necessity in every home- i.. his collars here he would
.t.a.. with Liquozone kills any form we to 1Q per cent, or even more of the
()f disease bottle free. And all-co matter how dif I have never tried Uqoognne. but If you vU not have met with any
: in its
a..t. germ because germs are of supply me a soc:bottle free I will lake It.I aggregate amount expended in
.t.I. v etable origin.: Yet to the body Liquo- ficult-we offer each nera two months'further road.building operations." 40 50 and 60 c nts. i such accident.

I isd in zone the is not only harmless, but helpful test without. the.ri& of a penny. .................................................... This Is sound advle 1' and should ,
U"ftion extreme. That is its main dis- Atthmjk Abscess-Anxail* Golo OOllOrrhI'A-GIHt Gout be- heeded by any community that Van Camp's Saner Kraut, 3-la. tins Steam 4=
I t The Star
a.s n..s.a.U. whet taken Common germicides are poison Bronchitis .n.La,.Fever-IUIJeDA .............................................. wants a road that will stand tin for 10 cents. Big Hominy, in 3-In. i
internally. That is why Blood Poison Grippe: and tear of time and travel. :
.s.u. wear I
medicine Borl Trouble* Leocorr a tins for 10 cents. i
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:
u.of dii.eaw has been co helpless in a germ Vougba-lIds' ){alarra-- Liquozone is exhilarating, vi- Consumption PUrQueyiConlagiuce 1 :3 Gin funaderess-wntepIamW. money spent on roads in thg south : ,1.
'nle 'aiizing> purifying; yet no' disease german noer-f'l IMa'SseSC anb 8n'oI'ulaSnhllillIywnterylIlarriloa 1UIeuma"sDa has been absolutely: thrown away i :14WGYrdcn.LAZ JACOBYT he.Popular' 37 E. Garden St. Phon 114

W.f'1lbt. In It. "skin DIS MTubercU 1aF.t"VmKr"IPf'b. <' 2>ote that this otter applies to new users only.. through the lack of ability of those : : Gocer. PenMCoIa. Flo.
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Purchased C1D.J! '
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PACE SIX THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING I MARCH 24, 1308 _ _ _ _


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:t :i"i'"" --BOSOM UP MY COUNSEL-YOU'LL FIND IT WELCOME." FOR $$3500.00you Deluna Street REAL ESTATEINVESTMENTS


can buy 5 new houses each baying & WATSON

r. 4 rooms and hall. and each rentIng ':", ,
: Don't Wait For Dead for $7.00 per month. This Is $420 '3 room cottage lot ;,50 foot front,'i Saccessors to Thos. C. Watson 6 CJ.Leading :.

per year. One third cash and balanceon Merchants and others No. 413 6th ave. .. .. .. u ..$650!i
m&k 1 any time wanted. considering: change of 5: lots corner 9th ave. and Jackson!,. Real Estate Rental and Insurance
: Agency
location should see
'FOR $1600 St. Thess' lots front car line and ; ,

;%$ 1 I Men's Shoes you can buy3 lots on North Hayne what we have to offeron We overlook the bay. .... .. ....$2550
street. -
!
the
new 1 Lot on W. Main! street 43x120. corner
: street with 3 houses .rentin'g for $216 to
can now contract Florida .. ..$8'50
.anca.
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mM-r.-i1ll Buy Pensacola Real Estate NOW. per year. furnish building store.to officeor suit 3 splendid? : renting; houses. ..$1800 List of Desirable Property for Sale.Two .

: ;;.--tI 4 It will be just like getting money from LESLIE E. BROOKS your special requirements sal Romana House and Si.JOt.. U South.. Spring.. ..- .St.. ..,$4000 near() I
home. 'or
.P": lease ; fronting'
;!': ': We can show you a number of fine or the land only- for 8 room cOttage Fisherville. story' brick building centrally located Just off of. Palarox

;f. ; investments that are bound to enhance REAL ESTATE AND,' RENTAL AGT.2O4Vz immed'ate improve the Lay .. .'. ....Jackson.. ....street.$1S" in value. ment subjectto 6 room cottage East One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on
;': '..J on lines a corner
;' S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. our'approval. Also elegant'bay view .. .... ...$1500 I fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet.. ... .. .. .$$3,700.00
: S Phone 402 have an ideal site for 4 room cottage near R. R. shops Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North!

:: large hotel.Will good neighborhood.! .. _. ..$1050 j Hill. .. .. .... ,. .. ..... .... .... .. .S .$3.150.00
.1: Buy Now 12 room house all modern conveniences -! A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with

'.J 'f one block of Palafox St. near; all modern conveniences, on the car line. West, Gregory Street lot!

4ot, 1i.. FOR SALE Be As Jackson. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$:::156 j, 80 by 144. .. .. .. .. .......- .... ... .. .. .. ... .$3,000.00
..7'.e1 4 room cottage Fisherville: ....$1200 North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches eacha !
50,000 acres Choice land ranging 8 room 2 story 1201 N. Davis beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from
carline
",!.i'" from six to twenty-five; miles of the Good as Palafox. 4.. '. .. .. .. .. _. ..._....$2000If .. .... .j' .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... $1,750.00.
best deep water port In the southern you have property and want It. Two story five room store and dwelling and one story four room

:; Pensacola Investment Company t j states, Pensacola Harbor. Will sell in sold, let us krow about it. dwelling, corner lot, 60x170 near water front. ;. .. .. .$,4000.00
any size tract $3 per 'a.ere'and up. Money to loan on real estate at reasonable -I We have 'a few well located blocks in the New City Tract that we can

iI- If.. D'ALEMBLRTE I This land is especially suitgd for truck rates, of interest sell at from $325,00 $500.00 per block any one of which is a bar-
4. City Manager. '
Fire in reliable
farms, 'grapes pecans and stock rais McDavid-Hyer Company Insurance placed gaIn S
: W. H. KNOWLIS President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. ing. They furnish the best all year .cpmpar.ies. I Those having property desiring to sell same, would find it to( the'r

J.L STILLMAN, VwFres. anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BTER Treasurer. i, grasses for sheep cattle, goats and Agents New York I advantage to place same in our hands, as we have dispose of about
,
: : 1 { hogs; ho&s do well on ,across ,and the $300,000.00 worth inthe last 60 ..days. If ,you have funds to loan,

Rae Estate, loans, General Investments. range year round; plenty timber pine, Life Insurance Company. L. S. BROWN & CO. consult us., If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want
oak, etc.. for all purposes.. Get rid of 8 E. Government Street fire insurance; or if you want: to buy a piece of property and Jon't
k 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. paying rent and home. You Fla.
l- buy a can Phone 700. Pensacola ThFesrn Building.' know who owns same. consult us.
.. .. sell all manner of farm product at
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Pensacola at high prices. "WE SELL
:,I{ --5---- Special bargain in 100 acre farm 6 .

11' HELP WANTED.. WANTED I Ii acres miles from open court land house balance Pensacola heavily ;t'm-'20 LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! - LOTS"I-I HOOTON & WATSON ,

tTI i I bered; fruit. grapes and pecans, good .
'Y.I. WANTED---Board for Now is the time to invest in gool i Lid -
: two
stenographer S young men Timber
Young woman shingle mill steam all
complete -
AWVNTED- power 34 OUTH PALAFOX
I P; must have some experienci.JA.pply and mother. Address Box 753 $1500 worth $3000. building stes.: Buy East Hill lots now PHONE 54.. STREET.
;
: -1 at office 300 Thiesen building ing terms and full particulars. Sh"1 and reap a big profit. :
my FOR RENT. S lots
24marZtV1ANTEDA near StocJdart's. cheap at -
1t : morning after 9:30.: Min I I --- -- -- -
Monday 2t:1 Nice ... ..... .... .. .. ... ....$1100 I I
No. 200 West Romana
if.r.jJ'lIe, E. Kehoe. \ collector l wth: six years cottage 4 lots near Hagerman's res'dcnc .$200,000.00 deals and up; also farms
?
'" s3MTED-An'' office girl. Drs Ken., experience wants position with real street Nice 1065. .. _. ... ..... ... .....$1000 I and city property for investment, or STEAMBOAT SCHEDULESTEAMER For SaID
water
cottage
estate furniture! loan Address front. East 1 I
or -
: :1 nedy and D'Alemherte 119's South;: K. W.. care Journal.company. I Gregory St.. 600. One wliols block'near car line. E. saw mill and turpentine )locations, vir- ___
'; { Palafox St. 24mar 23mar3 Store house. good stand, NorthIlayne Hill; an excellent bargain ....$i800 g'n. pine timber cypress, hardwoods. CAPT. FRITZ J. M.. TYPEWRITER FOR S\LE-Gootl
: St.. $10. 5 lots facing Oporto square. East I etc. Saw mill and tur- Rcig-ers, master; Passengers anu I second hand RemSho.., in excellent
:\VIAN'tED-Young man as stendgra-.1 W'A'N'IED-A' party'to' buy a good busIness I Choice offices, good location 13th St.. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1250; stock farms. Gall Freight service between Pensacola. condition $35. :Omarl0.!
us
t;11 pher and office boy. Apply in own well established good location -I The best"investment in city today 2 5 lots near car: line. East 8th SL,I. pent'ne land a specialty. on and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street

t \. band writing stating salary wanted. Palafox St. Communicate withD. story brick building In business centeron each.. .. .. .. ...... .....$190) or address Box 115. DeFuniak Springs wharf Wednesdays.' Tourists and-
,-.4t:; :Address, "B. care Journal. 21mar5t.WANTED C.. care Journal. 22mar Palafox St.. 40000. Three lots, corner Gadsden and car, Fla. others desiring to see places of intereston FOR SALE-Freight and passenger
*" S" boat; two 23 h. p. iMurry & Tre-
idi line; unsurpassed view of bay; beautiful -) Choc'tawhatchie Bay and Santa *
a -A cook. Apply Capt. WANTED partner in paying busi s'te .. .. .. .. ......$950, Rosa Sound should make .this trip. gurtha gas engines; length 66 ft
) i Pearce Fort arrancas. 'Fla. ness. Will bear investigating. H. T. CRAWFORD Two lots E. LaRua near in .. $800If TURNER & AYMARD Special rateS!!!' for parties of ten or. beam 18; draught 3 ft; launched November -

tj :!marl w. .. -- Small capital l required. Apply P. O. you have 1 lots: to se1 se me. If more. For rates or other information .. 1905. Powerful tow boat Tonnage
' r:.< wanted Int..t Box 753. 17marl6t* 31 y/z South Palqf x Street you want to buy excellent sites call!If apply on board or address P. O. 42. Delivered anywhere in
; WANTED-Active man Real Estate ani
;l."f demonstrate I on or phone me NOW.C.RYAEGER. Box 692 Pensacola. Fla. state. Price $3,750. Write J. M.
each county to exhibit .
: Rowley, Miami. Fla. 20maritFRESH
ARCHITECTURE Plans, Specificationsand
Abstract
.:1 and advertise ,staple line; salary $18 Company,
4,'.. for No details furnished for modern co '
( weekly. $3 day expenses.! 11sitsssisslsssssasssst$1fls:8sssusu2
; per
tages 500. Blue Prints of fine dwelling Sawmill Turpentine Land a Spec-,
\ Business Opportunity GARDEN SEEDS-All kinds
pE1ER-5
t 1I capital required. Honesty and sobriety : ONLY ... i : _. .
t'u i more essential than experience. Chas.drawn W. to suit the most fastidious. FLOATING -i: TiPSEPZTt' S cialty. -_ of strictly fresh farm and garu'en'seeds
t 3 i Co. 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Howe. Bagdad. Fla. 4 Sa. $5000 buys established business on at reasonable prlC S. Also
:;; National I S '*": No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 636
.. .' : -f mar21-24 4marl 2t.WANIEDEveryone $< pr.RCOLATOR.85.iqa1 A.,Pot. Q."Z lapma' 2IJt ; P. 0. Bel.t I 15. DsFuniak Springs, Florida Palafox street. Good local as wellas fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros,
sI I out. of town trade. Owner leavingthe Chipley Fla. 25feblra
TEA
to know that Jlill"u. I
..::tJi WANTED house man. Apply 619 The Great New Fox: Visible *'rtt"_ c...s..g. fSgls srour $ city. See J. W. Coons at Pen
Typewriter .
1: ....\ t I' N. Palafox St. corner Gadsden. has been received by F. K. S*::.<*KV." A *'lc.JSjjjgg: : jj PeasacIaWanted | Miscellaneous sacola Investment Co. 22marlw:: FOR SALE McMillan & Turton have

t :,tt' WANTED' -Men to learn barber trade. Bruce and is now on display at No. 23 *,usums sS SJJiii*' 5Jti S< h m 1 SPEOlLBAROlNSFOR just'rec tved a carload of fine Tennssee .

J/1f; Splendid time to begin. Busy season East Government All Interested are CUT FLOWERS-Orjars --------r- horses and mules which ma>
promptly
f f soon. Few weeks completes; top I cordially invited'to call and inspect. filled for roses, carnations flowers HOTELS.THE be seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia

t --S.9; wages paid graduates. Positions 7mar. FEW DAYS ONLY! and designs of all kinds. Miss Berth street q' 11 mar
best trade in the world for
; : waging; Smith. 616 N. Darcil na. Phon 651. BROWN H.OU13Elry' rooms
r'f' poor man. Little capital starts busi WANTED-Contributions for the -.Or'phans' SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT. good beds. Free baths and sample FOR SALE-40 acre farm, 10 acres In
i ness. I&vesligate. Moler Barbar Home. :Money clothes eat Lots 11 15 97 $2 day. Special attentionto pecans; 2miles south of Chipley on B
ED-Highest block room. per
price .
: paid for"gent's to TAILORING 1.. Tailor.
Diamond
f.t: !i 1 1, College. New Orleans. La. 17marlw* ables etc., received. Notify :Mrs. Wm. clothing only. Sell :second hand feoods Gents' clothing cleaned. pressed and traveling m?n. J. R..Brown, Prop., C. & St. A. U. R.; also 120 acres 20
: :fisher president or Mrs. N. McK. I 21,4 miles from town.
1 hiiW: i" 4 WE LEARN you to make mirrors at Oertin'g. secretary. 4mar Dress suits for rent. No. E.IntendenciaWANTED. numbering.$650 repaired on short notice. No. 11% DeFuniak Springs! Fla.. 13marlm acres Address Improved.J. B. Hogeboom. Aycock Fla.

-: .. home. Full guaranteed formula $5. West Government St. Pensacola, Fla.
t.; ;' P. F. M. Co., Box 472 Pensacola. Fla. WANTED-The public to know that .-All kinds of electrical Two lots N. Barcelona Idee.J. CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op. Smarlm .
;; :.1i: 1f ISmarlm we can do all kinds of repairingfloat work. I sell all kinds of electrical between Gregory and depot Large and well lighted
f K1.'ii.' building norse shoeing etc. J. batteries and other electrical supplies H. PORTER sallmaker./ 716 South rooms. Free sample room. Meals at FOR SALE OR RENT 60 acre farm:

.3 WANTED-Good cleaner and presser G. Welsh Carriage Co 27feb : When you need me ring 345 or 955. Wright .....;.................$1500! Palafox street. Orders taken for all hours. Special attention to traveling 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7
J at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. E. W. Peake new Star Laundry build tents awnings camp stools and house men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- room house all fenced In; 5 fields:; 2
)'t.i': 13mar COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing ing, E. Garden. ladec.AVANTED. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan. gle. Prop. 13marlm story earn, good water, mall box on
""'f'ti'J. and Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafoxSL the laai Address '"Farm."care Jour-
;J...'!tl ANTED-First class lady stenogra.tI1'r Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat .-Real Estate for sale or Leslie E. Brooks SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Cert- nal. 18marl.
: pher. Address in own handwriting ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- rent. Jeaaa or exchange. Your business ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind.
(} _r} !with references. Office Work Care teed. Careful attention given ladies' respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson chandlarsand grocers only first-class Prop. Special attention to commer-
4J Journal. 4mch.J Phone 1222. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government cial travelers.. Free sample and bath ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -
house of kind in
gfebWANTED. Fair
: j garments. Fisher : city. prices to al.1! I
sx! lots front
-- -. Street Room 7. Salisbury Building. rooms. Large rooms with good beds. car line : 100 ft.
.-Hauling and transfer building. Phone 172. 23jan Fine stationery, wedding invitations" $2 per day. ISmarlra by 137% deep: corners $700 !insde;
work. Office phone 363 residence -I lots $600. There are no better siuations -
Money to Loan. : -- ---- -- -- vis'.ting: cards tally cards, etc. Celia
_ phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. WANTED-We want your orders for M, Robinson! representing The Chas. BAY HOTELOpen;; lIght and day. than these lots. A. V. Clula.
Tarragona St. 25mar.WANTED.The 1907 Art Calendars, Over 300 original H. Elliott Company of plan. Rooms light and
European
7j MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows NEW REAL ESTATE LIST
money from Jno. A. Hall & designs to select from. All I Smarlm.I Phi1ad'3Pha.1 clean. Transient trade solicited. I FOR SALE-3 show cases, oil tank
Merchants TransferCo.
Government' prices. Mayes Printing Co.,.-Pensaco- 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas.' S. Nicolau. platform scales counter scale, 31-
Co. 16 E. street.
When baul1n .
wants and
:' your moving
; In need call on is. 9feblm All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Ia. I6feb.\. FOR SALE I live in Pensacola corner llth" Prop. I II gallon milk churn. 2-wheel push can.:
;! I street and 15th avenue, in New I heating stove. Hugh Moloney 9H4 N
City
978. ---- -
Phone ---
.. Prop. ISjunelax ------ -
sen. __ ______ _ _
1:. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal and will: take care of your Piano by i u Davis St. 18mar15'FRESH
Six houses Tractrenting
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West King
4 I property on short notice. WANTED-To buy old gold and silver Board and Rooms.Rooms for $30 month ...$2850 the year at a low figure. Refelt. FOR RENTA. I,
\\1 Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. broken up stuff regardless of per tune clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2 I YARD EGGS-Received daily!

1,1 Romana. Phone 1165. lfeb sizes. Cash paid. Ligatman & and Board .. .. ... .. .. Rouse in W. st End. renting for I rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm R. BINGHAM has otoraga room for I and every egg guaranteed; 25 ceni

*SiB TO ...OAN.-on 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. Klein'l LARGE double furnished room with $10 per month good: neighborhood rent suitable for furniture or other dozen. C. M. Wilson corner Davis
:MONEY real estate or board. Hot and cold water bath .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1000 EGGS FOR HATCHING. goods 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. and Lloyd streets. Phone 620.
ii suflicient WANTED.A. R
other security by applj. BIngham and use of phone ..1'\0..865., Apply 415 .From my prize pens of S. C. RhodeToolnH .Phone 630 SOnov 4mar3wFORSALE*
,Jo: : .S Ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and your moving and hauling. lie gnat> W. Gregory. 24marlw: Five lots on North Hill if takenat ---.-- T0/1e u___ _on.l_ G. C9.!. flrr"horns ,. T.ACT-.. I

! ;.Romana. up stzuirs.4r -5-----. 17noT-m.: antees all breakage. Phone 630. ROOMS, FOR-RENT'::furnished- -S- or un once. .. !' .... .. ....$3000 finest pens in the south, $1 to .. -

:;+ ", MONEY TO LEND-On good real es- I will tune and repair your piano and furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 $1150: per setting of'13; or $0 per' 100;
security, or on Five lots front'ng Toledo square also for the
good famous
Incubators
: .1. tate collateral: organ as cheap as any one; guaran. E. Gadsden St. agent Banta !
24marlm New .. .. .. .. .. .... ..
J' at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, tee best and neatest work. Prompt ..- City $1000 and Brooders. Drop me a .
' 'I Fisher building. 21Jan! attention and .satisfaction. Phone 8 21)NICE comfortable furnished room One block in New City on car card and I will call. E. McFadden.. _
"ll:4 f -5-- 2 rings.. J. Conrad Scott. 8marlm pleasantly situated: one block' from Prop., Myrtle Grcve Poultry Farm It. 240 ft. on Wright SL by 1S2 ft. deep 506 East Jackson. 2 story 8 rids
.. .. ....
line. .
! :MONEY LOANED on all kinds of paroaal bay on car line, suitable for house : ..-.. $4000 F. D.. No. 1, Pensacola. Fla. a fine warehouse sib cheap''at $5000 and hall house bath, gas dtlisn'fa''
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property en short notice, WANTED.-The public to know that keeping. Cook stove or gas, or with- Half fciock in New City on hard 7marlm* I ft.neighborhood, lot 93x150. $3300.:;
. I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair old newspapers can be bought at out. Apply 501 .E Government St 80 ft. on East Romana St.. 240 room and hall house on NorMi
4 1t. 2S4 South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare 24rnarl2* road, overlooking Bayou Texar $1500 MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New I East of Palarox St., a good hotel or "a.e.. with all modern convenience:
SHOT all lean and nice. These are all first-class pieces of tick furnished if desired. All done; business site for immediate sale; $2500.
t 5--- ROOMiS CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished property and are gilt edge Invest in good order on short notice. Leave larg.e. dwelling_ house on-same, 12500. nal-
;" UNLIMITED amount or money to loan A."iTED.-Electri'J work of eh kind! rooms.on the hill; after April; ments. orders at Green & Watson. Phone I 5 room cottage and reception
side
.. 201 ft on' the south of Garden back and closets: house;
front ,
on aU kinds of personal property, Let us clean your fans recair;:; Your 1st, location high and healthy. Closeto 193. gallery
j r to I 7mar St. by 160 ft..deep on Tarragona andnew and in condition, large to,
I Special) rates business men on large dynamo clj jour wiriq. etc. Paon3 car line. Apply at 314 E. Strong. good
loans. The New: York Loan I Manressa streets, the best warehouse can be bought on terms, $1200or
" ,t Co. 204 570. Peusacola: Electric Co205 easy
u Phone 1213.
. 1II : K marl2t MRS. H. S. CHUNN
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will
-... f : -t South ;(>>aIafox.IL Baylcu.5l.4j 8.1 D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. pUs in shorthand at her receive residence pa- wholesale business site 'in the 715 North Baylen St. 7 room 2 !'tOt
FOR RENT-Two city $20,000. residence lot 70x125 every modern
nicely furnishedrooms
.1; : 5--iiiii :321; N. Barcelona SL. Terms, $3.00 areonthJ
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at P. Stone. 17 N. Palafox. REAL ESTATE In advance. 4mchlmo. 40 ft. on Spring St, between Garden'.convenience $5000.
___ _______ ____ ___ 21marlw.WANTED. I I and Romana streets.. 4000. Corner 8th avenu and 12tb stfl'j..
AND'LOANS TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION r I room and hall cottage, gas, city '
J JI -A few boarders at 212 W. RENTS AND RETURN-The launch Le- 40 ft. on East Romana St'easto1ter, large lot can be bought on easy

Gregory. New house. good neighborhood Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. and adjoining Bass I'& Co., $4000. terms at $1700
30 S. Palafox St.
$:& I HOTEL SITE. and on car line ISmarlm m. daily.: Fare roun trip 25 cents: 10 LOTS ON NORTH BAYLEN STREET, A SPLENDID INVESTMENT;
Phone 234. I Special rates to parties' Pavilion
FOR .RENT-3 furnished
rent. Apply corner Chase rooms and for --- phone. 65*. C. H. Burton, Manager. THIS PROPERTY SHOULD: BRING NOW $2500 FOR IMMEDIATESALE.
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\ Spring Sts. llmarlw xnchilm'MATTRESSES.Wholesale .... .'. ...i .... .... ... .... .... .-. .. .. .. .. ..32000.00a.
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NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for anj retail 144 ft on East Garden by 192 ft. 6 room and hall cottage on East

:lisi t j Newly furnished clean and reaL nice Which Do You Like? cotton,manufacturers moss and E. and& c. dealers In deep at $14.400. Gadsden St. between Davis and 6ib!

.- .... near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. beep springs. Second hand mattressesand furni- 5 lots on the southeast corner avenue. a nice home and genii nelgb-
rc The ibest situation Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Spring and Baylen Sts. b<>rood. cheap at $1800.
: in the city for a ; Native Western Beef ? ture bought and sold. Upholsteringand a splendid Cervan'leg
4 7janlm. repairing done. Old mattresses bUIlding site. ,12500. 5 room and hall cottage on
tourist hotel. 130 feet fronting south "- I renovated; new ticks furnished if da- between 8th rind 9th avenues lot
1. I Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat JUST RECEIVED 35 DOZEN 'IF.RESH sired. 114 E. Belmont 2 lots on Cervantes between Spring 40x131% feet deep $1500
by 172 feet deep on East Government "to this office. They are 'all clean Ph 771. Davis St. city and Baylen' Sts. 60 ft. by 125 ft deep. Two cottages on East Romana 8%
ne Mfg. Co.
GOPHERS, FINE, FAT. C. T. Davis -
i street overlooking Seville t/ and nice.; S Mgr., a nice building site $1300.' No. 522 and 526; renting for $6 per

square Cudahy's Diamond (C) Hams and -5- -___ ____-,----- ._ 3 lots on Strong S4 between 10th month good Investment. $600.
and Adams street with open ylew ot. : Breakfast Bacon or- Armour's GoU C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher- and 11th ave 1Uel, t hi". is very cheap G rom and hall cottage at Fisher
Band. yule. lot 60x125. fronting on the b3v
T : LOST !
and $650.
;*J b'uy : shop grocery store corner Davis at
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Pensacola bay $10,000 wjll 'the l. _, We slice them both to suit. and Brainard Sts. $1800.
,' Or maybe like :Mutton Your patron. 4 lots on the southwest side of Reus 5 room and hall cottage at L'ttle
; you or solic ted.
j property. LOST- A pair of 'feold bowed spectacles age Satisfaction
y ':;, Pork. I have them Phone $15. guaran_ St between DeSoto and Strong for a Bayou lot 100x140 on the water a d*
j I. teed. ,
Friday or Saturday on the Irnarlm
few days, 1750.
! ; S :::/ street or in store. Reward for returnto Finest line of cakes In the city. I'' -. -- -- .. lightful home, $1500.

., this office. 22mar3t* Staple and Fancy Groceries. WATTS AND Contractors
k t. -' MONEY at lowest
j. S .. ,', Still 20 pounds of Standard Granu. and builders. Estimates on all kind the rate of Interest on vacant or improved city property

1'1 ,: ; Sb LOST Silver watch open face 16 lated Sugar for $1.00. of building and repair work.- Satisfaction THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY.If .

S ( site. Reward for return to' 209 E. All other prices in proportion. guranteed. Phone 1208.:! office
5-. : Garden. '21mar 208 N.. Reus. 28feblm your rent'returns are not satisfactory give us a trial.

j A. V. 'CLUBBS. I LOST-Gold hat pin with wreath design Moyer, on the Square, CARRIAGES repaired and repaInted.

; S Ii IiJ. with a small bird 'Inside, Re- Floats built to order. Horse shoeing The Fisher Real Estate Agency
ward for return to 426 .E. Gregory)! Corner Government and Alcaniz. J. G. Welsh ,

4' __,----.-.- ,-. _. ., ... . ,,SOmarlw. Phei71?. c?. a specialty. Carriage:7:-"-? c .... 4'4,,! r' ..




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COMPANY I

4 .!V,''-..11111 Dt-st hand makes office at safes bargain different prices. i I Stores. -_Tbrougb aid Local __._, Table- Betsees PsacoIaaiW, PaInts NortII. <

I .t'' !' Moreno, office East Govern- Savannah, Ga.. Mar. 23.-The naval l READ DOWN READUP .
,' -:,.. 24mar stores market closed today a$ follows: Trains Nos.
me} :- _ _ _ _ I COMMISSION BROKERS W\V..6 00WG. 2 4 Trains NOL
i I 3 1
I .vLE-80 acres good land three ,
roR .; 5 95 1l:05pm li:55a: Lv5 or.. ..P sacola.. ,.. ...Ar. .-5OOam
of 4:00pm
I IIi i 1. < south Chipley. Twenty J I II WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET N.. 5 75 told 6:30am: 6:20pm 'Ar .. ...Montgomery.. .. ..Lv.' 9:35pm 1l:15am
PENSACOLA FLA.
*''rr' ,,11 cultivation and pure spring if.. 5 35 1l:45am 9:10pm I.Ar.. ....Birm ngham .. .. Lv. 4:20pm I 8:33am
Will sell for cash or on t Ime. i K.-. 460 7:25pm
wal' 3:17am Ar.. .. ...Nashville.. ...Lv. 8:45am
,?,, :' \. Hogeboom Chipley Fla. I Private Wires N. 1.- 435 \\joevfhiskey 8:00pm 3:37am Lv.. .. .. .eo 2:25am
i Y. N. 0 and Chicago. H.. 4 10 .l'lashville. ....Ar. 8:17am ::05am
',f..p G.. 380 1:25am I 8:15am I Ar.. .. .Evansvllle.. .. ..Lv. 3:00am f 9:20pm

uR sU-E OR RENT New six room F...380 friendly 7:40am 2:10pm Ar------St. uls.. ,.. ....Lv. 8:15pm 3:30pm

nols .,n East Hill In excellent lo | COnON.STOCKS.GRAIN.PROVISIONSandBONDS t E.. ...3 80 a tip 7:50pm 3:2'am t Lv.. .. ..Nasht"llle .. .. ..Ar. 8:27a.m 2:15am

,.atnll'lU< wo large Iota; block and a D.., .. 3 80 2:1tam. I 8:30a Ar.. .. .LoulS\1lIe '.. .. ..Lv. 2:45am I 9:30pm
"4": <,offl far line; cement basement v C. 380 find the right article 7:2Cam l2:01nnI I Ar.. .. ..Cincinnati.. .. ..Lv. 11l:00pm 6:00pm

')"J,;""i h. '!-irse airy rooms, shower : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. J Sulrits Turpentine 6.9% cents. _
..'Ii mil, sewer connections.( For Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans
h
t' ...IP, address, House, care 17ma-Jourjail :! Reference: First Rational and Peoples Banks. Phone '1173 J 1 AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS stick to it 6 &.7 2 &. 3 4&1 I 3 &'2 1&4 5&6

nal. Liverpool Cotton Market 7:00am 11:05pm li:55amI'Pensacol7&.j- '

................................................... "Old joe" is rightrightlyaderight1y 10:45am 2:55am 4l2pmAr .. .Mobile .. ..Lv.12:4aml1:59am 4:00pm 6:30pm

FOR s\LE- Ice. clean old newspaper I Jan.-Feb.......................:......... e aged giveit 6:00pm7:15am8l5pmAr.. New Orleans _.. Lv. :35pm:
s di a-.e cents a bundle. This office I __ ___ _, Yeb..Mar..b.?...;..*..586 ; 8:15pml. ...._.9:25am

:Mar.AprIl4*.. .S\85 a test-ryou'll have no Flomaton Pensacola River Junction
_ _ _ Pond Jacksonville.
April'May .... other thousands
foR S;\ :-1Iy home corner 10 ave. I Kay-Jane.6.W 663 ; insist upon it 21 I. I 1 I 3 I rains do not stop stations I '. 1 4 I I %%

ant(! Cervantes St. This is a bar- UDe- a1.T ... full measure convenient package DailylDailylDaily DaIly \ where no time is shown 1 Dailyl IIDalIrlballyl'Da1l7

_:t1Jl n! :;old scon A. C. Binkley.mi '.Jul.T- uiU8t ... 6.90 moderate everyvhere"b ..... 4:55 2:301 j 2:501: Lv.. ...Flomaton.. .A5' l4:45 1:2 8:25.....

]'; !'. IDLE MONEY IS AngMt-Septembcr,.".4..5SI .pria-sold ..... 5:00 2:35 %:55r... u' '.. ..Century ,..I.. .. 12:40 1:21 f .....
September-October ..... -
6,69berNo1'ember 5:07 2:41
3:051..Bluff.Spriga .. *
fOR S.\U-Farm of 40 acres. under .. ......5,64 & b" atlanta ..... 5:17 -2:51 : .. .. ..:McDavid.. .u.... -12:22 1:33 1:15 .....
feme with improvements, part in November-December .. ..,563DecemberJanuary ..... 5:30 1:05 .....
.... .............. 3:043:361..PineBarren .. .....12:08 1:52: .....
'ash or time $60000 : 563 '
,
(' tI'i\"aion. Ap- ..... 5:39: 3:13 *3:50.. .. .. ...MoUno.. .. .... .11:59
1:013 .....
p.>' to) Th,,>-. Ptbley. 23marlw Liverpool Spots rd. 1- ..:.. '5:431:04. : .'. ;. ..Quintette. .. f11 .
u : 12:34
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..... -5:53.*3:264:11. ... .. ..Cotta 821.. .
e 11m .. .....11U '12:29 ...
FOR >\IX-Fast and gentle horse MONEY New York Cotton Market. .'"
AS TED ..... 5:57 3:2914:15 .. .. ..Cantonment .. .. *11:40
12:26
suit tit> !'' t tllr family use; also set of Open High Low ANOTHER HIGHGRADE PIANO / .....
Close ..... .6:01: .3:3-I-3., .. ....Gonzalez.. .. .. : .12:31 .7:39.....
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;: 'w .i.t.II"Apply; 810 E. Gadsden March...1080 1085 10.8) lOiiS We have secured the agency for ..... -6:03: '3:36 *4:25.. u u ...Rob rts.. .. ... .11:33 .Ul9 ......

Bt 22marlw! May 1095 11.09. 1095; 11.04 the celebrated Packard Piano /which ..... *6U *245 .4:4'()... .. ... ...OlIve.. .. ... -11:22.1:09 ...
July 10W U. 0 10.l.!) 1105 is one of the best pianos made in ..... .6:21/.3:51: '4:48.. .. .. ..Brent.. u .. ...'11:1& .12:04 ..
FOR *.\ -. -Eggs from standard bred August 10.93 lOfti 1089 1092: America. It has a tone that is full, ..... 65:! .3:5-1 .-1:51" .. .. ..Goulding.. .. ..11:11 7:09.....
October...... .12:01 7:05.....
pn/" winning Barred Rocks. fifteen 'i ..........10.33 1)45 1037 1041 round sympathetic, clear and resonant ..... 6:30: 4:00; 5:001 Ar... ..Pens3.cola .. .Lv. 11:05 11:55 .
$1 -.0( : fifty: $3. Also Ohio improved I Why keep it in unsafe places December. 10,41 10.47 1041 10.45 The Packard. as well as all 7:00.....

besurr White ,Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. .when we will safely care New York Spota Wheat.11.115. other pianos we handle can 'be put In lio.21 1 : : )I I I I No.22
\LiriB: Hughes Chipley Fla. your home on our "Pay when youlike" A.M
5:00.: Lv.. ..Pensacola ......
Open High Low Close! A 10:50.... ... 11:15
';::::uallll- for it and pay 4 per cent May-..78!}* 79 !8V! 78J,' plan. : 7:13.. .. .....Bohemla.. .. .... ......... .J

interest Put Jilj".._77 78" 77tf 78*. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE! 7:15.. .....Gull Point.. .. ... *11:33 .... :
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FOR s.VLE 150-2000 hundred.stocks green Can be sugar used your money to Corn. Pensacola, Fla. 5:22.: .. .... .. -.. ..Yniestra.. .. ............... ..!....10:50I' :

('alll' at $ per I work Open High Low Close ,. .. 0:29 7:18.. .., ....Escambia.. .. .... '10:28.. .... .... *10:47
D. }'l.Ierritt.
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IM .:;oot d or chewing. May. : 4Ji 41% U} I' : 'l:2ii.. .: ... ... Iulat.. .. ........*10:19 ... .... .10:3&

011\ ', Fla. 21mrlwS July_.4,7s 45 44,6 44*4 McMillan Bros. Co.'I. 5:40.. .... .. .. .. ...llarp.. .. .. .......... ...... .... *10:32:

S 5:57.: .----i-7:35.. .. .Galt City.. .. ............... -101:!
; C. BROWN FHORNSKulphughes New York 'Stock Market I : '1:39.. ..... Iilton.. .. ..... 10:();).......... 10:14
Strains; egg record. 240 per (;:35. .... .. .Good .
Open Close -. Range .. .. ......... .. 9:43
pnl't!! ;' The farmer's and fancier'sciucken Southern Pacific...... 66i 66'$ .' 7:031. 8:15.. .o. .. ...IIoUs.. .. ...... ...... .... ... 9':15
Eggs for hatching. An all Copper....;.? lOOi! 10t; i S : 8:30.: ....1.Ulllgan.. .. .. ... 9:12.... .. 8:1i2
f-rile: guarantee. Prices: Pen No. FIRST NATIONAL A.8.B.. iso l&t 7 .. 8 38 .. .. .. .
BANKOF $ :40j. : Crestvew: :. .. .. .. 9:0-1 .... .. 8 38
Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15.: :
} $2. !
Atch .
pens >
93 *
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DeFuniakSprings. .:. 9 iA.R 8:09.: 8:66... .. .Deer Land.. .. .......... .... ... 8:03
Punmside Poultry Farm
Ia7 156 : 9:10.. .. ..Mossy Head .. .. .. .... ... .
Fla. Reerences-an'one in I PENSACOLA, FLAw B.R B.&O T.. Iii mi 83% 8:33\\. .. 9:3'5.' .DeFuniak Springs.. .....\. 8:3.3..... ..... 1O 6:57
tin ciij. 13marlm 111 9:44.. .. .. .
H- 42 I MODILE.ALABAMA.SHIPPINGNEWS. .Argyle. .....1.. 6:42
!<
a'PresK f2& :30I"
%
Sl F BREY1' and,V. N. RoBERT Aat Cashier.! C.T.I 62% : .. 9:57: :. .. Ponce DaLeon.. .. .. .6:20
FOR SALE-P-Grocery store and residence DlHiCTORS-F. C. r8nt. W. A. Blount. W. U. Knowles, W. K. .flyer, Jr. ;U.: B....................... 39i KV-i 39 10:12/: /.... .....-10:10.. ..:, .. ..Westville: .. .... .. ... 6:00

combined including stock, D. O. Brent. U.8.. prsferrad..............' 106 105E.tl. 10:22': ... .... 10:15.. .. ....Caryville.. .. .. .. 5:6
fixtures! etc; nice home, good water, .... ni'i inL.&N .4 10:451........... 10:3"0.. .. ....Bonlfay.. .. ........ 5:24:

one whole block under fence. Cash ..;. 150 K0iLead : ........... 10:41.. .. ....Chlpley.. .. .. ... : .4:55
nul\ Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. 11:29.. ... .... 10:58.. 7:44-----------...
81 80 : .. .Aycock.. .. .. .. : '4:39
Mrs Z. P. Ryan, P. O. Box 614. MP..'.: 88,i 94' 11:43 .... ..... 11:07... ., .. ...Cottondale.. .. ..... 4:1:

nmarlm.:u,___''_ ________ _________________ 1'1I0. 5803. 'sshstastCa.hi.1 VC.-........,.. 61 5Ca i; 12:10.,. .......... 115.. .. ..Iarlanna. .. .. .... -. 3:5:
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rOR SALE-Two-story house contain. C.W. LAMAR. President JOHN PFEiFFER:' .;Pao -. *} V\yt 172 I 12:41.. ... .... '11:45.., .. .. ..Cypress. .. .... 3:19
.. ...i. f43I Cleared. .
N.TiC 143 *12:55.: ... .... .1152.. .. ..Grand .. -
U. E. CLARK.Vlce-Pretident and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cajhler. : Ridge. ..
lot
in eleven rooms, corner &6x 3:07
120( ? For information apply 501 W. ...\...,...gs 131 132&(8IB'DG Kingston John Paul to ;John Am A.sen,Merritt, Poss&, Ca.352.,1 I. : .............'12:0: %.'.. .. ." ..Sneads..s.. .. ::tg
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1:301..1. 12:15 ....Rht'r Junction 5:10.... .
iTiase llmar 8t.P .,173: 174R.I Joseph W. Hawthorn; Am senHofper. 2:3(
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .. .'..........',284 ,' WiB 585, Cristobal,. Canal Zone. ': 10:50/.1..1/ 7:40 Ar .. .Jacksonvl.Je.. .. Lv I 9:01.: ; ...'.. .., 4:00:

Felt S\LR-Four room house with ,B.- _.:."......f4i .40% --AM- I I I P'M .,,.!: [ 1 1 I. I PI

bath. at Colliding with two lots. OF PENSACOLA FLA.. T.C.I........_. No Sale VESSELS IK ?GRT.Stetrnsrilos. : Trains 21 and %2 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping ear between- .

Apply to I.1.. Davis. P. O. Box 633, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Penn.g 138 137" I! Pensacola md Jacksonville via River _Junction and Seaboard Air Line.'Trains .
U.P. :.. 152* 15J
City lOmarlm August Belmont,r Br ss. Clarke .
L,
rr stop onsignal. .
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,003. 2967; Bremen to Gulf Transit Co.. ,'!I I

FOR SALE \. R Blngham has a Ausley &. Co... Daily Cotton. Letter. Dordrecht,Dutch ss, Teensma, 1920., -- --- -, ; --- _____
good team of mules lor sale. See DIRECTORS. New York, Mar. 23.:=--The English ''FunchaL !I .
them on 'nu? new float feb2 ; Dorothy, Br ss.Whyte, '1546. Mobile Pensacola Sf. Andrews and 1
market 7 lower .
was 'aosome points ,
Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. C. Browner.J. I lolanthe Br ss: Hodgson. 1943. St I EVWISWILE-TKRE HAUTE R*

FOR SALE M- Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W./ Lvinar this;morning,. but againcreateda., 'surprise Vincent to'Gulf Transit Co. L Gulf Co. -
-Beautiful block la New l. Steamship
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T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders. .
Bryan Dumvody _
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City. Tract No 312. Fcr cash 1600. by coming unchanged on spots Marie Aust'es, Gerolmlch, 2579,
A. M. A very, W. H. Milton. 0. E. \t.ura,
4TacticallY'un. New York to Gulf Transit Co. STEAMER '
while futures also
M. TARPONW.
Apply to A. McMillan. Court Houaa. W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah [ftkHenzie Oertlng, ;
:Mrguel de Larrinaga, ur ss, Thomp.
laug Alex McGowln._ C. M. Covlngton; M. E. Clark. I I changed' : The Englishman seems to LI son. 2668. Manchester. I G. 3ARROW, Master.

AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the I have implicit confidence in the governments Nlth, Br *s. Gilchrist. 1459, St Vincent FIRST-CLAE PASSENGER
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations Firms SofVolted. and is acting accordingly A.n
: figures
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos to The W. S.. Keyser Co. FItEh: :4T SERVICE"Betwaai

from J50U.00 up. They cost less than 'I' Four per cent Interest Paid on Time D.poslts. while, for the first time In Ships. :-

horses to keep up. They can be run, months the professionals on this side Orpheus Aust ship, Medanic Tries &

in sand or anywhere! a horse can go. eeem! disposed to help him. Private te. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHl
LeslIe E. Brooks. L- -- ----- both COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN-
... ...... .t..Oi.1..0......................... .... cables report the spinners of Barn* DREWS. MILLV1LLE.

FOR S.\LE-1Iy property, 416 E. Bra- 1: J. S. REESE. President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. the United Kingdom' and continental Anna M., Ital bk,.Alcese 868, Ha .'

inard :-t.; consisting of four lots 40 ,(; R, M. CARF. Vice-President. Europe buying heavily In the Liverpool vana. And all point on St. Andrews Bay

\i50! feet a two story dwelling confining t BANK market of both futures and spots, GurU, TIns bk, rnoI lberg. 702 Bar- Carrabeile and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .
PEOPLE'S OF PENSACOLA.
THE Pensacola Lumber
Co.
; rooms, hall ways bath room: while the Egyptian fe also contributing ba>libes to

closets: an1 pantry. On car line; will : Directors-L. J. R-.eves, J. 6. Reese, W. CeC. Kcs.,ler, R. M. Cary, his mite to keep the ball rolling. Pedro Lacave Span. bk. Maristang.
.1h) .ntir! ,> property for 300000. B.f W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. Telegrams from all parts of south &09, Savannah to Rix }1. Robinson. Leavo Pc eacola tiunda: ,*. 8:30 pin .
I Ital bk Schiaffino
,L Reese 22feb :. TRANSACTS' A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Texas report much cotton was up and Precursore, 1508 for Mobile. Ala.
denoa to'Rosasco Bros.
I YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULI/i SOLICITED. every plant kiHoa' by the recent cold Leave Pensacola. Taelda). 8:30 p.
JUST: RECEIVED-Large saipment ot ................. ._.,'e,............ill" 0." ..... snapp. However, it is not by any I Scillin, Ital I bk, Zeno. 1220, South. infor St Andrews, lllllvlUe Ape.anicola -
imported Olive OiL Retail by pint means jet too late to replant and hampton to Rosasco Bros. Carrabell and intermediate
calloa or larger quantity. G Morasso still produce a large crop from that Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272. points.
t Co.. ship chandlers Antwerp. additional Information apply (
antf grocers 701 provide' of course the boll For
section ;
South Palafox. 4oct. 1. mLTmOR&mY.PR&SmUT. T. 5.: WiCLL1S.'!: ViO'PRCSIDZTIt. : In his work. Thisis Schooners. J. R. SAUNDRRS.
doesn't get
MiR SALE.-Improved and .' M. BUSHNFLL.CASHIES. MANE.FlELD 5tORNO. && and Pass.
AgtPensacoU.
unlmprov'rt Frt.
National Bank the other fall master.
j prfrp'rty* In all parts of I Citizens position more than 452 to Fla
J :* \Vi!.on; & Co., Real Estate the Agents city.' of PeasaeoU Florida. months as that section of the belt Horatio L. Baker. Am sch.. Mohr! L. & N.. E. & T. H. and C. & E. 'I.
the largest amount of early 720. Lagaa to J. A. Merritt & Co. -- --
Room 7, Salisbury building. produces --- VestIbuled Through Trains Dally ry 4
D,1fEcrOp.3.Geo.
Phone 2
r.:!. cotton for market.Mr. Thos. S. Dennison Am sob, Wade NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
Wellea. Rix M.Robinson. li. Hilton Qrevn.
1' E.
23jan W.Wrigbt. Morris Bear.
I Price wired confidentially to a 1329 Baltimore to order. Political Announcements. THROUGH SLCPERSAODAYCOACHE8
FOR A GENERAL BA\KING BUSINESS TRANSACTEDoo. BarkentInes.Beatrice NEW ORLEANS TO
\LC-Registered Berkshire and local New Orleans traaer as follows: CHICAGO
\orkshire Pigs; pedigrees "Think advance has only started; Am bktn. Casaveggio 1420 I DINING CAMS SCftViNd ALL MEALS EN ROUTE
furnished
; I For Tax Collector.I .. D.H.BILUUN!'.0.P.AS..L K03EBS.Oca. .
Art.h.YI.U.
a 'II } Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co.
fiiiiitioo.1
game chickens and eggs'S' 7:' think May will go to 12 cents. The I hereby announce myself a candidate NAi"v'LLL n_
'I i asonable of the Is worth it and
prices. Dr. J. si remnant crop -
-- re-election to the office of -s.-
Mi'" ';. aihtChipley, Fla. -' speculation may carry it much high A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election for
SmarlmNTED ,....' -6J-. "'.s..y. Mr. Price Is not to Chamberlain's Cough Tax Collector for Escambla! county,
A It Is said that .
Can' : ,
R M. : "I er.
\\ I c s.. at the to be held on ,May 15,
-To loan money on your I ,,..- ,-, ..&;"lL r. only operating for himself now but Remedy."I primary

,W4ich.,, : jewelry and personal etI I Wholesale and Retail Dialer in for a strong southern pool. Should can heartily and conscientiously, 1906. I solicit your vote, ARE YOU READY ?

!p ". Highest cash prica for old gold I F Steam, Domestic, Anthracite 0 A this prove to be the case we are in- recommend Chamberlain's Cough! Respectfully .
C J. S. ROBERTS.For
an.I ,1er Lightman & Klein 106 E. I I and Blacksmith L dined to think his predictions of 12 Remedy for affections of the throat
;> -'i' '. I
Phone 1127. I I Ilu1t street. Telephone 93. cents and even higher for May will be and lungs." says Hon. John Shenick
Palafox
Offlcs-No. 43 South fully realized., 220 So. Peoria St.. Chicago. "Two Representative. Those cheap rates expire April 7tt

SVL.C.-Only 4 young Boar pigs 1 Yarl corner Tarragona and Gonzalez- streets Phonps 6 and 372 The Journal of Commerce says: years ago' coring a political campaignI I am a candidate for member of the to California and the Northwest.
si-ed by Duke of I .. L House of Representatives from Es-
9' Florida 68923 out i "Trade is- gocu'r mills are' sold wax caught. cold after being overheated,
,Orphan Lee of Baltimore. '- ----- ,- head at profitable prices and to all 'which irritated my throat and I was cambia County subject to the Democratic Each first and third Tuesday tick-
Al1
guaranteed with consumption will make finally: compelled to stop as I could Primary. I earnestly solicit! : ets are almost given away to Texas

i"'a.pedegrt.es' Carl Sea' dInd. 58544'1 A GOOD CARRIAGE.When ccxID appearances ery large drafts on existing supplies not speak loud. In my extremity a the support of the voters:of the'coun Oklahoma and that section.

_ which unless statisticians are wide of friend advised m,, to use Chamber ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN. JR.
v PEWRITERS-- you want a 003 carriage All kinds that want. the mark seem likely to be reducedto lain's Cough Remedy. I took two First class round trip convention
-All makes new and service and safe and careful you a'oaes that afternoon and could not ---- ----- -
mi hand prompt a very low stage by next Septem rates to California In May and July.
for sale and rent.. treatment. remember the original believe my senses when I found the
P"'m' > :h'M,. F. B. Bruce 28 E. ber. infiamation Professional! Directory
Govern- the had
:, bight of folly to next morning Through Pullman Tourist Cars from
: 'n' HACKMAN'S 'EXCHANGE.;: AND PINEcheaper It would be the I took
OAK subsided.
__ .. __. _. %mar buy the winter months for there is largely several doses Washington D. C.. to San Franciscovia
n..,:- r"- hatcLtng- fl. --- J PHONE;>> 185.; no power on earth can prevent. the that 'ouy. kept right and I on thank talking this throughthe medi. THOS. PEBLEY, Atlanta. Montgomery, Mobl'e! and .

'::*K .1 hen from carefully It was founded in 1892 and It has a than you can buy farmer from raising every bale of campaign, New Orleans and Southern Pacific
1.- '. .tl..1. l 1 Strictly thoroughbred: reputation for polite and careful drlv- it anywhere. Any size you. cotton he can as long as the price remains cine".that I won my is seat for in sale this by Coun alldruglsts. LAW. REAL:" ESTATE LOANS AND (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis
guarantee remedy
cil. This
., a good hatch. Informed cabmen In want. cent and via Wabash and Union
'" sale ers and the best around the ten mark COLLECTIONS, Pacific and,
tia?., 'I 1 1 f at reasonable prices. the city. Following' are the members unless Ipfrovldenca stops in the Kansas Clty;

111",. ROt;I.s mouth Rocks, White Ply-1 and their !hack numbers. [: G. SEWELL weight of the new crop is bound to) PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

:': '\, II .n.. and S, C. Brown Leg..I! A. :M. Soloman No. 1; A. J. Leggett. 11 fall heavily on the winter months and RATS AND MICE PHONE 55$. We have the best serv'ce! to China.
$:, .1' hUndred per setting of 15 eggs or' No. 5; J. Stallworth. No. 7; J. E. Mor.rs. with a such a crop to look forward Surely, Exterminated by Stearns' Electric ., Japan and Hawaiian Islands.

hSb. -."' iISf, : for incubator eggs.. I No. 8; S. Sunday Jr.. No. 11; C. I Phone 614. to It would be sheer madness to buy Rat and Roach Paste.
': gallon cans fancy } o.12i O._:Abdelcothc, No. --- months around ''Present prices. No trouble to answer quesUons.
of S; I H. Taylor, ; --- -- these
1111' Will deliver at SOc per No. 18 T. H. Hear- May sell at 12 centsor The only su.re"xterminator Is T G YATES M 0.
tll'I'! : -. 15; R. J. Parker; ; although should
: 'lori.1 Rat and Roach Paste.It .
Electric
f. \ tarin I Plymouth Rock I old No. 21; S. Bibbs No. 26; M. Patterson $100.00 REWARD more there will necessarily be a Steams J. F., VAN RENSSELAER.
Ila J. J- Pope. Prop.. No. ;30; ,A.,Jv Bras well. No. 77; sympathetic movement upward In i ia easy to use and completely rids OPTICIAN C. W. ELY,T. p A. General Agt.
24fcblm All the above are nlcerj closed car 1100.00 reward will be paid for the the&s months. We a*> not:, however the house barn or store of rats mice 124 Peachtre SLAtlanta

== riages. arrest and delivery to the sheriff of think the present rapid advance Is cockroaches: etc. 306 THIESEN BUILDING Ga.
I Signed J. STALLWORTH Pres. Walton county.. one Charlie Renols wholly due to natural causes manip- Steams' Electric Rat and Reach

CREW NOTICE. By C. II. TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres. a negro. Description: Height 5 feet ulation being a conspicuous factor Pasts contains a pecul'ar! chemicalthat hil..l"W -- '---
Neither the captain own- I 10 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or and the time selected for bullish causes a burning sensation when ,
..rs nor consignees of the I 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium operation! particularly opportune. We swallowed and drives the rats and CAPUDINE Florida and Alabanpa.

Ita!. Bk. Anna M will be I 16 large eyes. Has scar on :upper think cotton a purchase ou any break mice out of the house in search of IMMEDIATELY CLHXS
HACK MO.
responsible for debts con lip to the right of nose and when last but we think the fall months a correspondingly water., never to return. c3 tiE DACHES.uPCOLDS LAND COMPANYManufacturers

f.. tracted by the crew of said Ready at 'all hours- to answer callsto seen he wore a blue faded jumper good sale on any material Sold rywhera or sent express
;fII
.' any part. of .city! FlrstJ class In overalls, a gray cap a new pair of No. advance.In prepaid on receipt of price. Stearns' |BrcK of '
E. OUCESE, every respect. Fast a'nd gentle horses 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to sight for the week was 139.000 Electric Paste Co.. Chicago. Ill. Small IN' 0:TO n novas and Dealers in

CASTER. Master. I and polite drivers. Phone No. 185. be paid by J. A. Richbourg & Go. against 246.000 last year and 100,650 size 25 ,cents; hotel size eight times 7,56 1.. l. AI 0nse LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES

Consignee. I George K. Faullu- : Crestview, Fla. the previous year. the quantity. l.OO AND KILN-DRIED




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fi 11! ; cE WE ARE PROUD' OF THE' OPINION OF OUR FRIENDS





;ift ? who have favored us with a call on our opening day. They were all amazingly surprised at the beautiful'. __

Jk f 4 and tasty appearance of our stock. We want to say'to the people of our city that we have been almost _


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g:1: ,",<:FlaiSed' iii Thi.s :Busi.ness

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I: f' i 'L :.. :: and know exactly what our people want. Moreover, we have ample capital and backing at our command ___ _____

;kE % and are not handicapped In catering to your wants. Our stock embraces such wellknownmakes as I 1


tt::t.:: :.( : \i; ... : Hart t, Schaffner & Marx Men's, and Youths' Clothing. Savoy, Emery S-Earl and Wilson's Fine Shirts. : I____



H*. ,- Jas. A. Banister's Men's and Boys' Fine Shoes. The Jno B. Stetson's and No-Name ,Hats. _


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:*. --j !Besides a dozen? more reliable makes that lack of space forbids mentioning at this time. If you believe '

l- M.: A. HENRY WHITE in encouraging an .up-to-date new institution, favor us with a call. Our merchandise methods will do JAMES, R. NIX

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11j '- B_ ;' l '[II I : OLIVE I I ST. ANDREWS iii iiiI Reese 6 Mendel, 1REAL l ESTATE Insure Your Property




1 Special-to-The Journal. I j I Special to The" Journal.St. I S The Home. Tailors, TRANSfERS I, Against Damage by Storm

Olive Mar 23.-There will be, Andrews, Mar. 23'.-Quite'a party 7f
The terrble; storm in Meridian its
recent proves neces
'
NIGHT ROBES preaching at the Olive Baptist cfourch't from
Blakely, Ga., are stopping at C sity. The cost is Is but little above nothing.
Saturday pjght. at ,7:30 o'clock, also Mrs. L.. E. Ware's this week. Buildersof

.lli Sunday mprning <.t 11 o'clock and I Mr. and Mrs O '.' West, of Caica Following yesterday is a list reported of the deeds by the recorded S Is. Your Property Protected From() Fire Damage

J1 50c.0 Sunday niffht at 7 o'clock by. :Rev., E., go, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pensacola Abstract Co:

fifj1 C Clayton" of Flomaton. Everyoneis Witherili at "The Palms." A. H. D'Alemberte to Henry M. Insurance, Knowles DIrfkc .Gtn.l AisFireLifc !

I\ -i... cordlailr'Il tvtted.We '. I Quite a Spirit of activity greets one Yonge, lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 UI USC. ensalola

That's only one of the good have" one ot the most Interesting ,'i on every side in St. Andrews these and 15, block 92, New City $1000 and -
other considerations.Belle .
z, things we've got for the boys- Sunday school'; lessons of the I I days. It was noted a: few days ago V. Borras and M. S. Borras -

( quarter for next Sunday, the title being that every man in the ,place could Men'sFine husband, to J. W. Stephens, lots 4 I.

! jf f ,we have everything needful to -rempera. e." I have a good job if he cared to haveit. S and 5 of the' subdivis: of lot 2, Sec. ........., ....- ......................................

'Mr. John liammack. of Atmore,1' 6, T. 2 S. R. 30 W.. $850. :PIINElA.COXlA.: .
..;4i equip them from head to foot Launches, barges .sailing vesselsI
fi came'through' ana'' houses are being' and the ] Iron I Works Co. i
Hats $ihO; to ?500. last and took _a. picture of the school buijt} ft. of the N. 110 ft. of Arpent lot V'! and Supply
demand increases as the days go by. i considera-
children. Old City, $1000 and other
I i I
;(: Suits that are nobby and Mr. Ben ,Dr wton, of Atmore. Is''', Most of the fishermen and crewS tions. ,; Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS J

.t. .. stopping ''y.I.th.lr.: D% M. Merritt of have started out for,. the annual tS J. T. Thomas to amuel Charles!! FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP*
1 stylIsh. showing the fine
form
: REPAIRS A 'SPECIALTY. attention ,
Prompt given to all orders
I
!!
this place. Clothes. lots 2, 3 and 4 in block 40 Belmont
; spring; fishing. No large catches as f day or night Agents for James Icky & Co.'s celebrated Log and :
':Mr'ShQrma of M David,' .
i'ie.iP to advantage, from $600. 800. Majors Tract. $;)00 and other considerations.J. '
: home ;jet have been reported. 't Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi- *
is expected next Sunday.: I j S. Pfeiffer and Geo. Pfeiffer Jr.,
f and $10.00 to 2000. Shirts Miss 'Mozefl' Harper and stepbrother -1 I County Supertendent of Public Instruction dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. J Jj
< to B. F. Wolfe, lots 9 and 10, block 3,
... I I t Mi:.' Irvin Homes are the Mr. B. F. Gainer was in New and up-to-date line, of. Spring'Eonelson' Tract, $100. and other con- ......m'i.us..e..i....... *..............c,

, ; t from 50 cents up. Collars, 15 guests of fheir' brother and sister-In- tcwn a part of last week looking after and Summer Suitings! and Trouser sideration. __ ___ ___ _, ____ I It

$Ri cents, two for 25 cents. Neck law, Mr. ani' Mrs. J. M. Harper and cur school Interests which are beingso Ings.Suits S Nathaniel Ewing, Belle E. Howell,t:.........S ...... .......... t$4..44.4'....'e..4,
family this *'eek. | tr9xn.$17.5O.to J5000. II and husband. Benj. B. Howell John K.}
' ; : Miss lazzte 'Merritt, has just returned abiy conducted by Misses Young Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 '
;
, ties 25 and 50 cents. Ewing, Jr., Mary E. Red3 and husband'
S
J;.t home after a few days visit ,and Baker. Join our Gentlemen's Suit Oluo. Jared M. B. Reis and Samuel E. EWIng -'
: Jj with relatives at McDavid. She reports -' Mrs P. F. Parker of Parlor, wasa Costs only 1.51 ,per month for pressIng -I to Maxent Land Co., an undivided !Ii j Cheap Clean Comfortable 1 IS
I
a very nice time. and small repairs.
1 visitor at the Kester house a uart 3-12 interest in the iMaxent Tract In I) ,
from here expect to visit Da Dyeing of mens
Many
and Cleaning anawomen's
WE INVITE THE of last week Sec. 42 T. 2 S. R. 30 w.. $100. j
Funlak Sprinp-i next Saturday. I,
.. It Is that the Ice Clothes a specialty.Give Thos. C. Chalker to John Miller S.l.
. ,. I reported plant : The GAS RANGE is a combination of all these-cheap, :
t us a trIal We will appreciate W% of SB1/, Sec. 4 T. 2 N. R. 32 W.. '
will De commenced the first of next + clean, comfortable.There'sPleasure.
!
For an Impaired Appetite. business. :
: BOYS TO your
rlt CALL. Loss of appetite always' results from month by Mr. Truesdale. $125. I|I
REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.. Mrs. Viola E. Gonzalez to trusteesof !
faulty digestion. All that Is needed O
J 1,< a few doses_ of Chamberlain's Stomach Phone 675. '11 N. Palafox St. Talbert Chapel A. M. R Zion church i ,
lots 16 to 19. inclusive, and fraction -
LIver
and Tablets. They will In
; The John White Store vigorate the stomach, strengthen the I 11 POWELTON II .-- '. --- lots 14 and 15., block 15, Belmont Trt., : too. in Its ,use' because there's no dirt or dust to worry *
.
digestion and give you an appetite : $2700. : you-with no worry about' "toting" In the wood or coal *.

I like a wolf. These, Tablets also aet W. J. Williams to the McMillan Mill

Sp.cIaIlst In M.n'a Wear, as a gentle laxative. For sale by ail I Special to The Journal. I Co, lots 3, 4. 5 and 6 or the NW\ % ii GAS RANGE INSTALLED FOR $13. *
BLUfi"SPRiNOsJSpecial Sec. 16 T. 4 N. R. 32 W. 160.44 acres,
druggists. :
4 205-207 S. Palafox Street Powelton. .Mar. 23.-Mrs. R H. Turner I .
( $200 and other considerations.
!, Miss Fannie Turner, :Mrs.
LaTlua
1
: Phone 225.
t I Chas. Neel to C. 'F. Schad, lot 13,

: t1I _ _ and sacola Mr., returned Johnnie Brosnaham home of block 13. Maxent Tract. $325. :f Pensacola Gas Company i
.i' I BOGIA pen-I .to The Journal. Thos. Mitchell and R. F. Mitchell
I 6 _ _ 'I | after spending several days .
, "Jt1 i Mrs. Turner's Bluff! Springs, -)[ar. !3.-Rev. J. T.Ito A. C Blount, Jr., E. 65 ft. of Arpentlot
country home. 24 Garden
and 27
148. E.
Phone
: street.
I Fillingim went to Perdido, Ala., Wed 51, Old City_ $5000 and other con :
iMr. R. EX Luckey.; of Greenville, ..
4 $ A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEeT A'a, visited friends here last week. nesday and performed a marriage siderations. ................................... ..............
Special to The Journal.Bogia C. F. Schad to Mrs. Viola E. Gonzalez
. ceremony. ., .
IMr. Vaughn, of Tlomaton -
S SUITED WITH A Mar. 23.-We are having was a 'Miss lima Davis entertained a large SW croner Arpent 42. Old City, 1- : _
visitor at 1I ____ -
the home of Mrs. J. H. Mul- 5-
.
some cool weather
ver/ at present. number of her. friends Thursday night $1500 and other considerations. I .
lins Sunday evening.Mr. Or-dor cazrICE
IMr. (Frank G nter vis itedf relativesin
>
of last
week
CERTIFIED CHECK Cecil Wilson spent Sunday with at a tacky party. A !
Pensacola Sarurday last. ,
homefolks. large crowd was present and everyone The: Original! Laxative Cough Syrupis COAL and WOOD
(Mr. Paul Lambert has teen on the ,
: S enjoyed at Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.It
laughing someone else -
as
5'c C/GARta sick list, but is able to be .out on th3 We are sorry to hear that-" fr-Isaac the costumes were very comical. Miss expels all cold from the system by from, tlao

: All the qualities of fia ror arOoII1a. street again. : Welch! is on the sick list this week. ''Merdella Parker-won the priz for be- acting as & cathartic on the bowels. I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company..
Miss Satbra
u color and goo material .is Mr. and Mrs. D' Ward, of Pine Barren : Hardy was ill Mondayand ing the tackiest dressed young lady, Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar !. omc -Con1er Chase and TarTa OnL Phon 259. \

5,; i[: embodIed In It. visited relatives here Sunday Tuesday. and Mr. Sory won the gentleman's certain, safe and harmless cure for ______ ___ '___'__
last. Miss Mar>e Mullins spent a very prize for being the tackiest dressedyoutrg colds, croup and whooping cough. -_ _iCOErCE i---- _
Mr. D. J. Enterkin. of Pensacola' pleasant day with Miss Florence
A. Greenhut & Co. man. Refreshments
were serv-
,
Thatcher Sunday last ,
visited his parents here Sunday. i ed by the TWO LENGTHY STICKS OF
charming hostess, Miss lima
;ZtSTRIBUTORS.L Mrs, S. Gibson, is spending a jaw. Miss Lena Mullins is visiting! relatives Davis, which consisted of various TIMBER ARRIVE HERE Marine Grocery Co.
P SACOLA. FLORIDA. days wit Mrs. C. H. Johnson.Mr. In Muscogee this week.. kinds of sweets. !

John' Gunter,:of Pensacola, was The friends of Mr. Braderick are The registration books are now -r'wo'len'gthy; sticks of timber each 604, 606 608, 610 S. Palafox St
.. I'glad to him open
out
see
= ;; caller in Bogia last. again.
----- ---- a Sunday Phone 725.
at N. J. Brewton's store. measuring sixty feet, arrived in the
t? Quite a crowd from here attendedthe Mr. Lathruni has been ill for several Miss city yesterday, coming'from the mills
-- Chautauqua last Saturday. All reported days but is now convalescent.Mr. Atmore Florence this week.Fillingim is visitingIn of the Alger-Sullivan Lumber Company We are. the Pioneer V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

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a delightful time.' Gasque Lowell was .at home H'ME OF GOOD THINGS TO
Mr. Rhet Stanton and family have at Century. The two pieces Coffee Roasters of J
HOW ABOUT The M. N. B. were at Gunter's last Sunday. moved back here from Pensacola.Mr. were cut to special order and are EAT
Miss West
Mary Sabra Florida.'McHU.GH'S .
Sunday. There was quite in Wilson. Miss Hardy
a
crowd Jacob!, .of Mo'ino.! 'was here about the longest ever seen here. Just Kecelved:
Mr.
attendance. S. and Dan Barker called on Miss Thursday on business. The timber was transferred to a Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Luaci

Marye Mullins Thursday evening. I Rev. J. O. Lawrence filled his? regular wagon and taken to Chase street, 50 .kits of fancy Mackerel. $125 per
ii YOUR BOY ? Champion Liniment for Rheumatism. They enjoyed the evening with flinch' appointment here Sunday.Mr. where It will b? used In connection kit.
Chas. Drake, a mall carrier at Quite a crowd from here attended BLENDShave Salmon. $1.25 kit
Chap- A. J. Cowart is able to be out on with the removal of a residence. The 50 kits per
Iiwille, Conn, says: "Chamberlain's the Chautauqua last Saturday.Petermants the street ascaln. timber IS 10 by 10 inches and each BO( kits halibut :fins J1.25 per kit.

DOES HE NEED NEW Pain Balm Is,the champion of all lini Mrs. Joyner Is on the sick list piece is valued at something over $20. 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound,
The ---'-
ments.: past year I was troubleda kit
SUIT BOYS ARE The farmers about no equal. A trial) $1.25 per
here are all busy
great deal :with. rheumatism in my ROach Food. ---- --- Bloaters, Milkers and Roes. herring
USUALLY HARD ON shoulder. After;trying several cures planting.- will convince the con Codfish. Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles
the storekeeper here recommendec. The teachers of our public school in Sauer Krout.
Danger German
v THEIR CLOTHES, AND this remedy and it ,completely cured l A Boon to have commenced Draining the childrenfor Delay noisseur that f we Pigs Feet In kits Ji.OO.
St FOR THAT REASON roe." There Is no use of anyone: suffering Housekeepers.The an exhibition on the 20th of April. '- make Manewil and Lange's Fruit CaK"'".
from that painful ailment when KIDNEY DISEASES ARE-TOO DAN no extravagant National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 2-a;;
WE ALWAYS MAKE ITr this liniment be obtained ''RAILROAD
can for a MENfREGRETTO claims. pound.
per
: A POINT TO BUY THE small sum. One application gives MOVE FROM: FLORALAThe GEROUS FOR PENSACOLA PEO We handle the celebrated blends or

4, 't13 MOST i j,r prompt relief! and its continued use for I PLE TO NEGLECT.The V" Coffee roasted bv the Gulf City Coffee
6TRONGEST AND j a short time will produce a Chlpm'n. Manager.
permanent I last Issue of The Florala Newtt Wholesale and RetailGR.OCERS Co.. H. P.
cure. For sale by all druggists.NATURE Oaxaca. 33c lb.; Gold Standard.23c
SERVICABLE ANn AT contained the following: great danger of kidney troublesis Golden
lb,
0 lb: Diamond Blenl 25c
THE SAME TIME I Mr. J. M. Fleming, who was flag that they get a firm hold before thrf Rio, 20c lb.Strictly' .
man on the Pensacola
passenger sufferer recognizes them. Health !s fresh roasted and u gool
SPARES. most improTO.1 method to free'"louse, !I train before it was taken off writes gradually undermladed. Backache, as any Coffee! sold In this city
HAVE AN EYE of large or sm.ll roaeh a in to_th6ronteot( and asks us to state that he regrets I j I headache nervousness, lameness, soreness and all kinds ,of Feed Send us, orders and we will deliver -
of your
The Stricken Rose From Grief. a boi: of "Petorman'a Roach Food at one very much that the change takes him
lumbago
I troubles dropsy
What a fortunate provision of time. Shake it on joints to Home of it will from he had urinary promptly.
nature away Florala as learned I
FOR STYLE. penetrate and remain to keep, the premises diabetes and Bright's disease follow Stuffs.Pluto .
It Is, that deprives the rose of to like the the -
and town and
continuously free. Boareca ,.c it as food; it is people in merciless succession. Don't -----c---- -- --
I mental suffering; for how poignant the moat destrnrtire remedy on this earth to considered this almost as much home
4f WE CAN SUIT YOUR 'I woufcj? be Its grief to discover in the them places' to and lire it and will multiply not scatter! ; them to other I a& he did Pensacola, but It Is the I neglect with your the certain kidneys.and Cure safe the remedy Kidneys ,- Nick's Buffet and

flhi BOY IN ANY STYLE HE' height of Its blooming glory that a BKDBUGS-FetermansDismv.ry"((quick ta"uty of a railroad man to go where Doan's Kidney Pills.
canker fed at Its heart and that Its ler)-Bedbugs take it the company sends htm. Jim has I WaterWholesale
S WANTS AND : up in the cimtbfon l Mrs. F. B.,Albert, living at 803 East .
AT A P05. teauty and frangrance were doomed many friends here who will be glad Restaurant
lien going over where Belmont street,
I says: "My mother
forever. Nature always spares the it u brnsbeitonllChtly. to hear from him occasionally.
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SAVING INPRICE$1.50 suffering; she:' 1 Is a veritable storehouse Jtt It's invaluable bracked "Why I never hated to move so, : has used several boxes of Doan's Kid- le and Retail.New Is the only place of It'
of on beds when apart and ney Pills which she procured at Sid- fact
j'1 TO $6.00 pleasing rewards, for those on back of picture fra bad In my life said Chas.' Hilburn, kind in Pensacola. 1:1
who seek her aid. In the years gone mouldings, etc. It 'rii tb.!,! popular engineer, -"Florala has ney Kahn's drug store corner of Ro- S itis
by falling hair and graytess have 1i not rut or harm flll1lit the friendliest people I ever knew. mana and Palafox streets. She valueS -

4L'Jt ; cast a, gloom over the lives of thou- less and not poisonous.ore or' bedding. Odor Everyone knows "Charlie" and likes them very highly. She has suffered Orleans ,Grocery Co..

J4. sands of young women but thanksto --Petcrman i'ii' .covtryn(liquid))IB flexible" him too, he always greets you with: severely from her kidneys and back A Pride
the investlffatioa of scientists the handy cans for erackn, .wall*,mattreaaea,' "Hello, partner;!" and that happy for ;years. Doan's Kidney Pills have toPensaco1a.
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Odorless.
I true cause of hair destruction is now **Petennaa's non-exploeiT Ant FoodA strong powder smile of his! whether boarding his relieved her of the backache and made Jas. McHugh
H. O. ANSON known to e a germ or parasite that to kill and drive away ant*.aia p water. beetle! engine for the run to Pensacola or her kidneys stronger and better In .'
burrows Into the hair follicles. Newbro's or black beetles in one night"Peterman'a coming In an hoar and twenty mln every way than they have been for p'
Rat-lion>e'Food makes Phone 05. _
rat oprl tor.
Herp4cI4e absolutely destroys or mice wild:they will leav* and not return. utes late, howerer. the latter was 'a many years ,! .Larger cities cannot
CASH CLOTHIER. this germ thus permitting the hair to Take BO other as time nay-be. erea, :more rare occurrence"" with him at the For sale by all dealers. Price 50 boast of better equiPpel

$4 grow ad nature Intended. For sale by important than in moner.Originated IbT. FrrftrtMl. in j IK*by throttle. Mri; Hilburn will move, and cent*. ForsttTMllbwrn Co. Buffalo. SAFES SAFES SA.FES'SAFES! place. The'service Is t1.
Corner Palatox and ''hla. W. A. D'Alemberte) druggist and VSra .Mfg.ptteujkt Is advertising his (home. for sale, but New. York, sole agents for the United best that can be had.
; I apothecary South Palafox street,I 54.S3.S8 Wtat Utn, Kt.,N;w York City. does not know' whether he will go to States. Buy Eiebold(Safes. -
or 'send lOc In to The Hedpicide London gag .Montreal l.P.Q. Flomaton Remember the name-Doan's ,
Lii a" stamps Sold by all in Poiuaoola Pensacola or above on teL&M -and '
__ S <1 Co., Dtr it5ich. .... +.. -' tlirouKaoautte. drncgina mu&e4I5t4..' ...' h. '. ant. -', dk1aionc-th ;& N.... .take no other. : ,' .. '. S Scam tt'M rxio, ligcnt.t Ni -Apostle, Propt'ri


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