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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 25, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I POLITICAL ACTION r IVENS, IS I HOUSE.U DEBAIES B SOUVENIRSOF V V COUNTY EXECUTivE- I


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I FEDERATION CONVICTEDSentenced

HANGING COMMITTEE MBBTll 1
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Reaffirmed by Executive Councilat *, **&-K*< -7 o is ;;

CARPET TACK CAUSED Yesterday Be Hanged Eagerly Sought Crowd V* V V <
by From
WILL RECOMMEND # To Arrange for First Democratic
Washington Meeting TERRIFIC EXPLOSION !
4> for Killing Mrs. Bessie V V Bodies of Two MANY IMPROVEMENTS *
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& By Associated'Press.. -X ANNAPOLIS Negroes at Primary Which Will BeHeld t'
Yesterday.SHOULD
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East St J.iuls.Mar., 24.I.l -A1 # Hollister. Ml By Associated Press. # ,

i carpet tack, caught between .- Holly, N. J. V* Washlrfgton. Mar. 24.-As- V May 15. 1

*o cog wheels, caused a spark 'f-? Blatant Secretary of the NaQ'it ...
ORGANIZE that resulted In the blowing' up CONFESSED CRIME TO HIS PATH Newberry has returned: to --- 'J
of. the works of the Phoenix V Passed Senate Bill, With ,House DISGRACEFUL SCENE AT EXECU & Washington from an Inapec- # '

Powder Company, -eight miles ER AT THE TIME IT WAS 'DIS.V tlon of southern navy yards OFFICES VACANT>
TION OF f
J -- y. east of hers this afternoon, Substitute After ProtractedArgument. MURDERERS OF MISS and stations, which is likely to ft
1'- result in
important
improvements *
COVERED-BUT LATER CLAIMED
and killing two men. The FLORENCE, ALLISON -CROWD
Irrespective of Creed, Color, Sex building was completely destroyed & TO $ and additions to theft 7f
HAVE NO RECOLLECTION plants if
PULLED congress of *
parts being scattered all f.4 AND HAULED AT approves
List
of
"Iithe Those that Will Be Filled
-- recommendations which *
Nationality or Politics. *t over the surrounding country. VICTIM {
OF DEED-THE WAS
t;; CLOTHING -.UNTIL CORPSES *Z: Mr. Newberry will make. # "
- I PUNISHMENT PROVIDED. IN ACCORDANCE *1 at Coming Election.
""lf .7 t.-$ STRANGLED.By WERE EXPOSED. 1
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WITH ENORMITY I
AMERICAN FEDERATION FAVORS -.- : OF .
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INDEPENDENT USE OF THE BAL! NO AGREEMENT I Associated Press. THE OFFENSE AND COMPULSORY By Associated Press. '. MONUMENT MEMBERS LIVfNQ OVER 'rEMV

LOT BY TRADES UNIONISTS, II I Chicago Mar. 24.-Richard Ivens, ; DISMISSAL_ CLAUSE IS 'Mount Holly, New Jersey, Mar. 24. MILES FROM CITY HALL WILL

ON MINE SCALE charged with the murder or Mrs. Bessie ELIMINATED '. PEN S I ION.. Rufus (Johnson and George Small V, DEDICATED HEREAFTER RECEIVE MILL
UNITED REGARDLESS OF PAR. : i
Hollister, which was one of the both negroes, were hanged in the jail
j'most BILLS; PASSED.V V .' 'ard AGE WHEN ATTENDING MEET.BttGSHCOMMITTEE : 4:;
TY. THAT MEN FROM THEIR brutal crimes in the history of here to-day for the murder of
By Associated Press. S
found I Miss Florence Allison., Johnson By Associated '
Chicago, was today guilty and aciknowledged Pret*
Indianapolis Mar. 24.-The ---=-'; V APPOINTED
OWN RANKS MAY SELECTED joint sentenced to be hanged. i I his guilt, but Small stoutly Vicksburg MIss.. Mar. 24.-Surrounded -.
scale committee of the miners and The crime was committed on the By Associated Press.. 1(I denied his guilt to the end., : by< their staffsm brilliant TO ARRANGE FOR V PRIMARY-< ,

operators the which demands has of been the considering miners-,,' night of January 12. The victim left I Washington,Mar.24-Haz'ng: at Annapolis 'lOwing to the_ fact that no guartfs i attire and by hundreds of veterans or I !
wage, ,', home to attend' funeral and the naval academy was dealt within were in the Jail yard the terowd the cvil war' in their faded.? uniformsof OTHER BUSINESS. V .j
Associated Press. adjourned at tree o'clock this after-
By the rushed in after the ,execution and began blue and Governor Sam !
body was found the following mornIng house today in, the ,passage of gray W.
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noon until committee
Monday. The
Washington. Mar. 24.-The Executive the senate cutting off the buttons; and portions Pennypacker, of. Pennsylvania and :
reached 'no conclusion of kind. i near ,a, shop owned by Ivens'sfather. bill with the house sub-
Council of the Federation of Labor il The present wage scale any expires!' Ivens" reported the discoveryof stitute. This action was' taken aftera : of the clothing worn by the Governor Jas. K. "Vardaman of MisSissippi :A: called meeting of the Connfcy

- roday re-affirmed its decision and next Saturday, and unless an agreement the body and was later arrestedfor protracted debate which placed in murderers. The crowd pulled and this afternoon unveiled and Democratic Executive: Committee was
I the crime. I the record the impress'on: of the hauled at the bodies and in the crush dedicated the monument erected by held last night in the office of the :
th' decision of the American Federaton Is reached between the operators special -
i I and miners before that time,I| On the day ot his arrest he confessed committee which investigated the the clothing was partly removed and the'state of Pennsylvania in Vicksburg -county Judge the object being to arrange >
. of Labor relative to political ac-j exposed the to view. :
4 I corpses 1 battle park in memory of the for the .
subject
. 4> two hundTed: and twenty-five" thousand to his father that he committedthe recently and a severs criticism primary election of ;
. Ion as follows: j union bituminous miners will crime. He said he had dragged of efforts to condone hazing by The sheriff was finally informed and' troops that participated In the seise May 15.

.. We re-afflrm as one of the cardinalprinciples ,I be called from ,the mines in the the woman into the alley, assaultedher Mr. Hesburn. of Iowa.The i the people driven off. j and capture of VIcksburg in 1863. Chairman Reilly Dreaded.. And In V

. .of the trade union movement I states pf Illinois, Indiana. Ohio,( and killed her by strangling wit' bill repeals, that,portion of the' the absence of the secretary Com-
. :Western Pennsylvania.: Missouri. a copper wire. existing! law which makes it Compulsory Eiitteemaa Radcliff of precinct No.
i that working people must unite Kansas, Texas Indian.Territory ani In ,court Ivens said his mind was a to dismiss midshipmen guilty,.of COUNTY COMMISSIONERSMUST 13, filled the positron.! Fifteen mem
organize, irrespective of creed,
and Arkansas. blank concerning the crime. hazing in any decree and substitutes bra answered the roll call as follows -
. color, sex. nationality or pol.tics.Tlia ". I punishment according the nature of : -Archie Benton. precinct 1;.
<> : the American Federation of Labor V William Archer, precinct 2; W. A.
the
. offense. Cruel and brutal
most firmly and unequivocallyfavors nO THEV 1 may be punished by dismissal hazing i FOOT THE BILL Khelbjr, (proxy) precinct 5; M. T. -'
the Independent use of the ballot TIME A T Previous to the hazing ,bill conslderation .' McMillan, precinct 7; Bud Proctor ,:
by trade unionists and workingmen 2S5 precinct 8; M. J. Brewton. precinct f
pension bills!
unit-d regardless of party, the were passed. 9; Uohn Touart, precinct 12; F. B. .

.. may elect men from our own ranks Radcliff, precinct 13; Jas. McIIugh.
.. to make new laws and administerthem GRAND LODGE K. OP P. FIREMAN WAS Judge Carter Decides that They precinct 14: W. A. Dunham precinct ,

along the lines laid down in the .. THINKS HE HAS 25; H. C. Clopton, precinct 17; M. O. ;

legislative demands of the American: Must Pay Salaries of Baggett. precinct 18; A. J. Fillinglm,
.. Federation of Labor and at tie same 8ADLYINJURED ,proxy), precinct 19; W. H. Mayo

0I time secure an impartial judiciary Harbor Police.CASE4ASATESTONE precinct 22; H. C. Killam precinct 23.
.. that will not govern us by arbitrary Innocent. Tyros Had a Torrid Journey FELL THROUGHTHE HI 1RD1aUNDERARREST Absent. precincts 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16.

injunctions of court, nor act as p'lant'! .dF- : 1 20 and 21.
tool of corporate wealth. That Over tlJe'Sands of the FIREMAN G AMi s ,Communfeatiom. ..

while our efforts are centered againstall COMPANY NO. 2, FELL FROM AND NOW Chairman 'Reilly stated 'the purpose --f
forms of industrial slavery and D. 0. K. K. Desert. THAT IT IS SETTLED THE HARBOR of the meeting.to be to arrange for ;
.. economic wrongs, we must also direct PERUmO TRUCK: WHILE GOINGTO the primary election of May 15 and '

/. our utmost "nergencies to remove all WILL RECEIVE _PROTEC. to transact such other business a* j'
.. forms of political servitude and party PROMINENT PENSACOLA' MEMBERS FIRE. might properly come before the bO.y.The .I
. slavery to the end that the working ION, AS MEN WILL'BE EMPLOY. secretary read a communication

. people may act as a unit at the pollsa OF THE ORDER GOT ALL ED FOR THAT PURPOSE. from the governor instructingthat
. every election" WHARF Fireman A. Grafiam. of Hose company the office of the justine of the
.. The council adjourned to meet on THAT WAS COMING TO THEM No.'..2, was badly injured la&t r Marshal of Florala Wires Sheriffto I I peace of the Second District )be filled

: June 13.SEVEN. V night, while that company was responding Judge Carter yesterday renderedan in the primary of May 15. The CbaitVwan
. AT INITIATORY CEREMONIES to the alarm from box 17. Come and Identify NegroHe important decision especially to stated that he bad replied to

. WRIGHTON HAS NARROW At the corner of Zaragoss'a and 'Pensacola. It was in the case of the' same, stating that such would be

. PEOPLEKILLED DeVillier streets where a fire plugis is Board of Pilot Commissioners vs. the done.
.. ESCAPE, FROM. PUNISHMENT: Young Edgar McKenzie Drowned, located, the fireman lost his balance Holding.James Board of County Commissioners, and i A petition signed by about fifty
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. and fell. He narrowly missed was to compel the latter to audit and i voters of precinct No. 10, requested ,
. BY TRAIN A "JONAH." Yesterday-Body Was J falling on the ,nlug.. but In endeavoring !! Ardis, who murdered Police pay the bills of the former board con- that the committee. appoint J. F. Rig-
& himself tracted in by to fill the unexpired term of J. A.
. to save from falling on Burnham week last employing men to police
Officer one
ago
-- Recovered.Edgar this he evidenty threw himself under and protect the harbor. The decision Godwin. W. H. Godwin, In, a letter,
By Associated Press night, is under arrest or a negro Is that he V
the truck. The wheels passed over was that the Pilot Commissioners had to the committee requested
Sunbury. Pa. Mar. 24.-Several "If anyone should tell you that wedidn't I his stomach, and while no bones are being held who. answers his descrip--authority to employ harbor police am* be t appointed to fill the vacancy. ,,
rersons representing three generations have the time of our lives a; broken it is feared: that he has been tion. This tinie the news comes from that the County Commissioners must Upon motion of Mr. }{ llugb. seconded "

of one family were killed to- the meeting of the Grand Lodge, McKenzie the nineyearoldson !I Internally injur u. by the officials audit and pay the bills as presented. by Mr.. Baggett, J. F. Rlgby;
Is
and it
I day on the Philadelphia & Reading Knights of Pythias in Palatka recently ofIr.. and :Mr?. McKeazIe of I He was quickly removed from the Florala hoped Some months since, in order to get wa& appointed to fill the vacancy
Railroad: at, Hass Crossing. l ; you tell them their trolley is loose" Danville, ills, was drowned at Per-' street and a physician sumoned. All that it will not prove as disap. the case into the courts, the (Pilot Will Receive Mi lea 90. ,

\ apron containing seven persons said one of the enthusiastic representatives dido wharf yesterday' afternoon about I'I the relief' possible was given him, but'I!pointing as the other two arrests. Commissioners employed one harbor A communication from F. B. Rad

tad crossed the 'Fennsj'Ivania rail- from PensacoJa! to a Journal he suffered ,tgreatly and it Is though,. Sheriff Van Pelt, who forwarded a policeman and at the next meeting of cliff, committeeman!' from precinct
mad tracks and had just reached the man yesterday. "'The"city was beautifully 1 o'clock. The little fellow tripped I I that the injury may prove more serious of the to Florala the County Commissioners presenteda No. 13, requested that all committeemen -
:Heading: tracks when an express decorated, the peop'e treatedus and fell between the cross ties of the than at first thought. description negro bill for his salary and the expenseof residing more than ten miles

train dashed into the vehicle. like lords and I have 'no doubt the wharf. There being no one near to'I The injured fireman. was taken to when the murder was first committed a boat. This bill was turned down I IV I I from, the court house, be allowedV
meeting will result In the greatest his home on West Romana street recently forwarded the more correctone by the board, the members refusing V mileage when attending meetings of
I. good to the order In the state of '.Flor render assistance he drowned withiu I obtained from the convict camps, to allow any money for the protection I.the committee. This was discussed

PATRICIDE IS ida. But the climax of the whole a few minutes. I I and last night he received a wire from, of the harbor.It I at some length, especially as to

thing was the rand parade of the The boy accompanied his fathervon [ BATTLE ON THE Marshal Hutchinson to the effect that I was then taken Into the courts :where the funds were to be secured

GIVEN FREEDOM Dramatic Order Knights of Khoras- a fishing trip to Perdido wharf yes he had arrested a negro whom he ,believed by Blount & Blount, representing the,V It wag the opinion of many that the
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san which 'surpassed anything of the ISLAND OF SAMARBy to\be Ardis and asked that the Pilot Commissioners, with the result1!'expense should be borne by the can
terday. They had remained there .!
that in future these bills will be
kind that it has ever, been my good sheriff come to 'Jlorala and identifythe II didates the same as other election.
o for some time! being at the end of Some years ago two harbor police,
fortune to see. man. expenses. Upon motion of Mr. Rad-
By Ai
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ocated Press. .. .
Atlanta "The D. O.'K.: K.,,as I presume you I the pier, whon the boy expressed a Associated Press Says V He V V is the :Man. were employed regularly as the bar-,cliff seconded by Mr. Shelby a resolution -
Mar. 24.-Frank Purcell]],I bor rapidly filled by V
T-fco shot and killed his father on know, is to the Knights of Pythias desire to go home. The father accompanied Manila, Mar. 24.-A telegram" 7e-' Last nght Mr., Barker, who residesin vessels was dumping being ashes and ballast up ; t to pay committeemen mileage
what the Ancient Arabic Order'Nobes Florala. and who assisted in the and expenses, was carried. ,
him! along the wharf I ,
Wednesday where celved the !
evening as the latter was by government toway from overboard oaring' the night. These
jr of Shrine to th Masons "of reached the city, Chairman Reilly stated that In the
the the
: Mystic is ? arrest negro
vanclng to attack his wife murder! there are only erase ,ties to walk the Island of Samar says that an engagement I men were kept at work for two ormoryears Palafox
little bit-warmer. to judge from here at 11 o'clock. He was fire recently on street the
( only a arriving
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has between
jusly wai released from custody to- occurred the when the County Com
and when they reached that records of the which
d T The court dismissed the j'i outward appearance. Yes I am a upon constabulary and a force fanatical seen by the sheriff and deputies, and i missioners cut off their salaries and committee { were
rnnoimcing that the case: member of ''both but of course I am portion of the wharf built of ballast, Pulajanes. Governor George Curry from his statements it is firmly be- Commissioners in the 'secretary's office, were destroyed V
evidence The pilot
was so expenses. '
If inclusively! in favor of the a'efendanti not in a position to make a comparison tolm' ,him -to return home. The- ,boy is reported missing. Details are lackIng lieved that the negro under arrest IS were notified of this action and went .of lie the ha balance, however,hand secured from a

a 4 to preclud* the possibility of con except of that part of the work knew the way home well, and the: ,. none other than Ardis. Mr. Barker before the board but the latter had the report last election, which on after :'.

.. .cttoa: m a higher court. which is visible to the public, but father returned to the end of the pier said that the negro arrived at Creary's V come to its decision and would not allow -I, j.enses had been paid amounted ex to -
that part of the D.. O. K. K. programwas turpentine camp on the Yellow River, the amount claimed. :
'out of sight' and no ,mistake."A and resumed fishing_ thinking his STANDARD ADMITS road Tuesday,but did not remain there,j i Later several attempts were made 919-50. ,
NEil: NOT GUILTYOF large number of Innocent tyros sen: was on his way home. but one' day, when he left going towards V to have the board allow enough| To Arrange for Primary.

,0 were put through the D, O.. K. K. mill The boy, however, evidently changed OWNING STOCK Florala. Some of the men who! money for the employment of two Mr. Mcllugh introduced a resolution -
after the parade, and during the his mind about going home and attempted I had seen the description of the man men but in each instance the efforts providing for a committee COD,
)t KILLING fENNY-parade they 'were exhibited to the to rejoin his! father. He had in The Journal followed him, or rath.er failed. staling of the chairman secretary and

'. populace In the most amusing man passed: over a considerable portionof I Associated Press followed a negro who had some, ,Since the harbor police were taken five members, to arrange for the pil- '
ner. Many of them tried to escape the wharf when he tripped and By : clothing for the stranger. The negro!off duty the abuse of the harbor has mary and to attend to all matters in
,0 By Associated Press. the ordeal, but were rounded up, fell through the open space betweenthe New York, Mar. 24.-In the hearing with the clothing went to Florala and I continued, until the Pilot Commissioners icnnection therewith. The resolution
San Francisco Mar. t-l'Olc' cross ties The water at that of the Stanadrd Oil case, conductedby the marshal to take the case to
11 "age I I chained and forced to participate !in those following notified i decki'ed which was ,passed unanimously was
Cabamss to-day: dismissed the the procession.. Quite a number from I point 'is about fifteen feet in depth Attorney General Hadley. of and deputies and all followed, knowing! the courts and compel the County as follows:
"yses of and it was only few minutes until Missouri to-day, it was admitted by the bills
,1 manslaughter against Pensacola were initiated into the mysteries well that the negro with the clothing Commissioners to pay con "Re oJved. That a, committee com-
;> persons connected with t the boy was drowned. attorneys for the Standard Oil Com- ,
'f v'l I of the D. O. K. K. and made knew where to find the strange negraThis tracted. posed of the chairman secretary and
Tenny prize in Some c.Il<'ren, who at the any that the stock of the Republic '
fight which were
o i the journey,across the burning sandsof proved to be the case and when five other members of this commute-*
OC'\'r' lost his ]life. The judge held! t neaa oi tne wnart, saw tne ooy as Oil Company, Waters-Pierce Oil Company
the I the officers saw the clothing exchanged to be named by the chairman, shall
the desert and when the proceedIngs I
was and Standard Oil Company of TAKEN,
no evidence to sustain the regaled themselves at'he fell. They were too far distant to they closed! In on the negro and RAUSCHER prepare and issue a call for a Demo-
were over
r..lries secure help in time to save 'him, but Indiana were held in trust by the
him! under arrest. The negro cratic primary election to be held
a, magnificent'banquet: where, among they went as quickly as possible and Standard Oil Company of New Jer. placed In 15 19O pursuant to law *n1.
other abundant bears the description of Ardis every TO TIlE CAMPS May ,
good an' I
tbin'gs was the
H. was
notified the father. The latter was sey Henry Rogers prin-
rules and regulations adopted by
RECORD supply of the D. O. K. 1C pcial' beverage particular, said Mr. Barker. He wor- the
BROKENAT (j terribly shocked when he heard of hisson's cipal witness. The hearings will be is the color -- the State Democratic Executive Committee -'
same
a blue overalls, ,
needed cap.
Zem Zezn, of which they untimely death. continued next week.COLLEGE I
a goodly quantity to getback into nor' and even his toes while not missing LEFT YESTERDAY MORNING IN xch said call shall contain
The body was recovered short
BOWLING MEETBy a to be somewhat out of shape, Ust! of all offices, state and county,'
mal condition again.Horsier I time afterwards and viewed b:;: the ,appear had been mashed. CUSTODY OF A GUARD FOR elective! and appointive, candidatesfor
GIRLCOMMITS they
as thottgh .
. Got* Hrs. coroner after which it was borne to The negro told one' of the negroes' CAMP AT OCALA. which shall be chosen by said, primary !--
t an undertaking establishment and election to prescribe all as.-.
Associated Press. "One of the funniest features of the at the turpentine camp that he had i ;
prepared for shipment north. The ,
I SUICIDE'By FCFsments to be paid by candidate,
"'UluniIk! Mar. 24.-'F. Favor, of big parade was'a !bIg policeman in the grief of the parents over the loss of served. one term in the, penitentiary, and shall prescribe all necessary
"osh, Wis. of brother McNeill, of Jack and he would never serve another I Thomas Rauscher the young man
lag rolling 669 this even- person I their only child was heartrending. forms and blanks, rules and regulations -
broke the record of this tourna- sonville. "Me1 stands something j Mr> and -Mrs. McKenzie came here even If he had to die. who pleaded guilty to the charge of and do antf cause to be done.
ftew and assumed first piace in the over six feet tall and Is as strong as I[I during the early portion of the win- Associated Press. When arrested a n'ew blue steel forgery and uttering forged paper last all things, necessary or advisable to

fMh-dual The! dus. an elephant He was padded out until!ter from Danvjlle, Illinois,. for the Hardford, Ky., Mar. 24.-The bodyof Smith& Wesson revolver was foundon week in the criminal court, left here be done in connection with such pri-
Week end( Positions of the first he appeared to .be.a perfect mountain health of Mrs McKenzie antf -th !lr Miss Prudie Ford, a college)] s'i-? his person. He at first told the yesterday morning at 7 o'clock for election not Inconsistent wlJr

tlasSt-s Jlarticipants! In each ot'the three of, flesh and the way he 'arrested people -son, and have many friends who will den there, was found In Rough river officers that he had ,been working at Ocala, Fla.. where he will commence mary said primary laws." ,

,t dh'ld-M Into which the games were especially escaping tyros was a sympathize with them In their 105$. toniay. She left a note saying she a S3/W-/ miU near there for over a year, serving his term. A ,guard from the Owing to tho; fact that this committee -'
I tfarns are as follows: Five men caution. One of his victims was The remains have been prepared had been accused of 'stealing money but inquiry revealed the fact that no convict camp, who arrived here Fri-- will have to hold several meet"'

a T'o Century No1., Chicago '2794. Henry ,Horsier, now Grand Chancellorof for burial and will be sent to Danville and clothes from her boarding house such man had ever been employed day night, had the youirgrnan In, cus- ings, it was necessary for, the cbali-:'

,a, Dlen teams Hamilton and'Hus'l the Knights of, Pythias of Florida.! to-day, accompanied by the and that rather than face the charge, there. He ,then said he was from tody. man! t to came numbers who rosld*,
;. Pbsla-aUphia; 168.:! ) father V and mother. where the body of which she was innocent, she would Georgia and bad been working in tur-1 Rauscher is to serve,a sentence of

*a\or. Oshkosh. Wis., 669. (Continued on Page Five) 'ill be interred \ .7 end: her.."life. pentlne. V V five years for the crime he-committed., V (Continued on Paf Fin) ..
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'EXTERMUNATOAS BEING 5-IOANDZ5 STORE

Candidacy for Re-nomination not mix In an RECEIVED '


iii in Coming Primary. AUTOMATIC. Refrigerator. Missing[ Women at Kress9 CU'Wf l''

, ; (From all indications Pensacola is t ..r ,1i 1
tt That point ALONE going to be a very healthy city this S
jear. People are giving more atten- Spring OpeningAre
ought to settle the question tion to the sanitary condition of thair I1 brrds

oughtn't it? premises than formerly, and disinfectants
mosquito exterminators, and with the foot 1(,
general precautions are the order of you among the minority? Yes? :.That's strange. Many

< come every day. .
the day witJr nearly everyone. "
Large consignments of Chloro-nap-; The stupendous value-giving' continues through the week.
e ,.: holeum the disinfectant and insect exterminator And all the goods fresh from the maker! ., ft a'nurse the WatttOpt'
Se iL's s which was used with such There's something on our counters to interest every'member of on her feet for '
iii success last year have recently been the c
: family, .
received and the liquid will ba placedon i hours at time
a
o2eiii We have things for the baby ornaments for the misses; solid
sale at once. This disinfectant is
44 g I now in use. at both the city and the values in garments and household necessities for the thrifty wife; with comfortThe
county jails and. Is giving excellent socks and ties for the men; eye-helps and comforts for the old. I

satisfaction. Of course the values and prices are characteristic of Kress', Red Cross shoe
Hooton's Pharmacy has stocked up The this prevents G.
following examples :

on__this__UL disinfectant__L _L H and._ u on__"tha,__spray_.... __ ... prove the burning and aching 111.L j
I ers WIUl wmcu 11 is usea, lugeiuri
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rorc with a large supply of Tornodo Mosquito caused by stiff soles, for its visit

107 SOUTH PENSACOLA PALAFOX STREET are Destroyers.very:. cheap All so of that these everyonecan articles II I On Sale Monday 9 A. M. I flexible sole bends with the jasrS

afford to buy them and make sure i foot. The heel made oft e
r of keeping all business and residence 1 Rugs A great'nritty of beautiful Handkerchiefs Ladies i vert
elastic leather lie {
premises in'a j clean and sanitary con I and attractive patterns in tap same takes jar
I Giant Lot
{' r. ;, dition.GIr. estry and velvet rugs, variegated lace hem 'I off the spine. The Red Cross HI
VITAL STATISTICS Hooton will furnish full direc- colors fringed ends. Rugs that will stitched and embroidered hand. S.Cfhur<
i ? ,. tions for the 'use'of the various disinfectants 'i shoe is noiseless., It is excel-
kerchiefs in I
. application to him.Don't wear. i 75 different pat- ".
FOR ojf
1.a PAST WEEK terns. Assorted designs. Some lent.for all kinds of wear and
4 ah 5c. and$1.00 values..ach,25c Fii
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Complain.If initialed._ This lot is ,part of a ; weather.. 'Stylish as well :as plea:
chest. and
a p your pains you are un wit!
,. RECORD OF MARRIAGES, BIRTHS able to sleep because of a cough, Buya Men's A man is known $15,000 purchase, the order for ; comfortable.Let .
t .v y bottle of Ballard's the tie he Pi
Horehound Sy by which was: placed before the
AND DEATHS FOR SEVEN rup,.and you won't have any cough. Neckwear us fit you. CR Gullcept
press advance in
i wears cotton 0
44 rw 'lt'a Get a bottle now and that cough will I, : rates. .
v, ri : DAYS IN CITY OF not last long. A cUre for all pulmo- have just the right shapes : It brings the customer Oxfords .. r+ exp<<

PEriSACOLA. nary diseases.. Mrs. JGalveston, and just the right colors for 15c. and 25c.handkerchiefsfor $J.00 Al
r Texas, writes: "} can't say enoughfor : .. Ie .;.. .,. .., loc ; Shoes Jf tree h and]
occasion. High
Ballard'e Horehound Syrup. The every Styles are: yes
J.I The following is relief it has given me Is all that is the latest; materials the best. t Pictures With large gilt frame J .- $3-So tnj
tile record of
marriages "
necessary for me to say. Sold by retu
births and deaths during the all ?omewith brass comers.
druggists. Handsome silk and satin four-
past week, as recorded in the office This l large and varied collection in. Boston Shoe Store A.TarJ

qr clerk the: county judge and the city; Attention, I. 0' O. F. in-hands, string bows; Tecks eludes a wide assortment of subjects, yarn(
The members of the degree team of and Windsors. A
wonderfullywide Fashionable Foot Fitter acest 0
Marriages fruits game,scenery etc. Value 60c.toTBc. .
y N Pensacola lodge No. 4, L O. O. F., are
;(. S S Lovett.White Henry Roberts. to Mary requested to meet at their hall this range 10c Kress'price:....,.'.......J5j( 117 S. Palafox Pensacola, Fla* ore 1>
morning at 10 o'clock for a drill. By som
$ COUNTY TREASURER J. ED. WILLIAMS. Colored-Miles. Jameson to Louisa order of the ,captain
.I_.. Young Scott West to Emma Thomas, In
4' : The announcement of !lIon. J. Ed. i rants were to be- rpatfl'. Spencer Brown to Flora Bell Galdsen, ,DONT FORGET REGULAR SUNDAY I.i On Sale Friday 9 A. M. I Through Holy Land city]
Williams: county treasurer in to I When Mr., Williams went !nto Carle :Miles to Ruth Brown. EXCURSION TODAY. STEAMER canTS
day's paper that he will be a und !office he made an arrangement with Births. MONARCH LEAVES PALAI=-OX I I ;
date for re-election to the office in the tank" where the county buds are: WhIte-To H; B. I* Daniels and WHARF 3:00 P. M, White Figures 14 inches N kins These beautiful A Lecture DIber
: which he Ii ,now serving his first !! deposited, to. pay these warrants al wife, a boy.Colo'cdTo. Statuary high, included in our ap Irish linen} napkins
term, will be very gratifying to thatentleman's I par as they were presente t an:! that Charles Williams aadwife 20 beautiful models will grate any dining room. Very .. .. lOCI;
it' friends 'has been a girl; to Joseph Hicks and .by.
g many throughout the practice since. Jhe
ever
school rich,
are and and beautiful. on i t
M. the county. 'I value of this plan to the hollers ol wife, a boy; to Ida Bell O'Bannon, a boy girl, dancing : Variety of indis- ciaat
s+;: The democratic party has a long er- I county warrants against the fine and boy. I boy and girl,sacred figures,Venus tinct flpral'designs;; The same quality Rev Chas. E. Harked ti i{
D tablished practice, which has almost I forfeiture fund is too plain to require Deaths. de Milo Composers Minerva, you'ordinarily pay 25c for; 20 by
$ assumed the authority of party law. I any explanation-they are now enabled 'White-D. ''B. Peirce.. S6 years A SHIRT'SSHIRT animals. Each, lQct 20 inches..,...?''' '!'.'.each, lOc On Hfs Travels Through the Holy Land E.
1 of returning a faithful official for a to get their money at once and heart disease; W.' B. Burnham, 32 I S SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED. cola
second term and this practice Mr.r at 100 cents on the dollar years gun shot wound; Satina Moms Decorated These very use' i Kress Kandv } reas'- by buying Ne,
Williams's friends believe, should anJ I Ed. Williams is a man of whom so, 19 years, tuberculosis.' A fulU and 13 In. j jn vast quantities, St.Joseph'sChurchTuesday Joe.'
, u'ill'be carried out In his case. :his friends are Justly proud. From Colored-Warren C. Moore, 8 Trays Japanned are able to sell candy that costs 30 tali-
Jfl /But aside from all that Mr. Wil I a country boy, without money am! ,months, accidental poisoning; Mary i which 3 and trays 3 and 40 cents per' pound elsewhere March 27, 7:45:! p. m. Iro
usually cost
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v Hams has made a record in the :with nothing but his own energy, ipplic&tlor Montgomery, 3 mays, croup; Ruffln ,1 for 15 cents 'a pound,
i treasurer's office which in itself is tho i and sterling Integrity, he has Howard. 54 years heart disease; That's what many people i I times the price are given you at I TORRLCt6DIt3varaawfe'OFPnd For Benefit St. Joseph's Church Bj
L strongest kind of an argument for I risen until, to-day, though only a George Bade 36 ,years, rheumatism; the:Kress price of each lOc ,.rhoco1ate ind vsnI1s'I l9orlb.l5o arecen
t I his re-election. For many years the !young 'man, he is recognizea', as one Albert Williams 21 years organics say, but those that wear I t d owe ,tOe rrllde.. per Ib 15c Admission 25c.
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fine and forfeiture fund has been behind of the leading business men of F heart disease; child of John Hicks, the best know better. A 1aI&rslunaU! aIw,.(rebh.rr IK. lie is rf
r, and the warrants issued against cambia county and ha holds one o, stillborn; Chas. Lee Wheeler,. 8 years, Lloyd Hall Company will or"No
this fund have remained unpaid for i the most important offices in the gift accidental burns.PUSHING.' Shirt that fits correctlywill "WATCH: KRESS'<:WINDOWS'NEW handle illustrations
xit months and in some cases, for years.i : of the people. wear longer than I -1
Any people, as in the case of court With this kind of a record and this Tl
1 witnesses regularly cashed their kind of a character, it does not require WORK ON one that doesn't fit.We've .. !
I SAFES Prearc
r D4.- warrants with money lenders at much of a prophet to 'coriectlyfcrecast .r SAFES I SAFES SAFES! < :
a "big, discount sometimes a discount the'result of Mr. Willlams's Buy Diebold Safes. nct
Z''= of SO per cent. being made, because I I candidacy for a second term in the BRENT BUILDING
the county" bad no money at the timeS ,office which. be now so satisfactorily Got METHOD LAUNDRY Scarritt Moreno, Agent Pat
in the fund out of which these war fills.Hood's .
and
-- FINE NEW FIRE PROOF STRUCTURE The Biggest =-- I&n,
r. IK anwauvcr PRMN.M1 N. 1 war R.uu.. fit p..". arts. tean !
WILL BE READY FOR Shirt BargainAt

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f Sarsaparilla OCCUPANCY IN, MAY. ,
Dollar, A Man Cut 1tU

' Has cured so many cases that seemed almost beyond the You Have Malariai.! I ,. sell!nt:

t reach: of medicine, that people ask, Why ? Work on the new Prent building is You ever saw--certainly reCU l
now being actively pushed and it i His Throatonce
s OUt
I' An examination of our well-known formula from which erpecteu' that the building will be the best we ever saw and aa,a

Hood's Sarsaparilla is and always has been carefully and ready for accupancy the ,first part of we've ,seen all sorts and c..S Y
May.
y i scientifically prepared, confirms the fact that it contains ThU week will see the completion kinds.- Better see<<' them: t J not been on a collar properly that laun-bd etie

e those well-known and valuable medicinal'ingredients, which, of the walls, and the root will 1 r dered. 'If- he' had sent It I do
S probably also be in place by next Saturday would
f ri when' intelligently combined and properly administered, night. The-plasterers', have already j WILL CURB YOU not his collars have met here with he any gistr
1 commenced work 'oa the lat e-
are. .sure to bring about good results. rvjr of the first sto!')". CORES \ such accident. .

4i' It is the properly balanced proportion, combinationand A l large' number" of :stores and H. 0. ANSON LIVER TROUBLES Oh}
offices rented'and
have been the Its
I' U process i in combining those ingredients known to sees 'wilt move immediately' 'on the BEST FOR The Star Steam nip

r have specific action upon the blood, stomach liver, kidneys completion :of .the building. It is I 11, beiW'W" bift t
and bowels which make Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiar to said that several flew concerns from CASH CLOTHIER, CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED L Laundry.
Lt outside, quick"to see the advantage ,
, f jIt itself and enable it to produce results :unequaled by any iu an trp-to-date, fire proof bulldlig, Corner Pal fofud Mill. 17 E- ZUraen at. Phon 114. c

similar medicine. It cures when, others fail Give;it a trial.' have leased some of the stores, .a.n4] ;.. :- r PRICE 50 CENTS, Ptntacola* FlaY
this will mean ,saverlKnew:, business ..
' Usual form, liquid, or new form tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar. houses for Pensacola. ALL O :.\LERS. -'. Or
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A Young Young Man's Man's Store Suit with at eo TURNER T U R N GIVEN "V- .' t'



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Employees of the L& N. Send "


Him Handsome of'Friendship Gift as Me'toento I DaySB.usyStoiee Days t i





Thos. B. Turner, who for years
served as chief clerk In the. L,. & N. '
superlntedent's office here and who, {
a few years ago, was "promoted to be
master! of trains on the B, S. & N. O. .' Commencing Monday Morning
otvision, was recently presented by a ,
,
large number of employee! of thj
System in Pensacola with a hand-
bome gold locket. O'n one side of the


the locket the initials reverse.is a handsome of Mr._ ., Turner diamond appear, while on I ;,, : March 26, ,Promptly at 9 O'clock. :

The gift was made when the
road men at Pensacola !earned ran-I
Mr. Turner had been p -oroot to
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position of train maser of the "

Orleans! and Mobile div'sion. A Veritable Mint of ...: ;
f It11tP 1 panying the present wa a \c'om.1 Bargains-- affording a 'saving opportunity ;

I worded letter. .

Mr. Turner's Reply, in the of Pensacola .
F. B. RadclittV who forwarded the .to our patrons unparalelled history

thit win fit a young man as gift recently ,received the following I ,
e well as if It were made to hill reply from :Mr. Turner:

individual measure. "New Orleans, Mar 19, 1906. t

9i Come try one on tomorrow. "M" F.Dear B. Ra-fcjlff Friend: ,-Pensacola Your letter, FJa.and Our store is now brim full of Bargains in New Spring Goods bought Especially for This Great Bargain Sale. Out"Of-Town Customers and Country

mento the locket'duly and the sentiments r elved. 'expressed The me- 1Iy 1- Merchants will do well to take advantage of this sale, as many articles will be offered for less than the mills can produce them today

E MTrilESEllViB 1 are, I assure you, highly appreciated .' on account of the advance in raw materials. Make a list of what you need and don't fail to be on hand when sale starts. ,
while the locket wilt possibly 'remindme :

of friends there,.?whom I would I -:. :..',- 1 V t
:hate to believe I could forget."I .. ", re
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-- --- -- ----- look back twenty j'ears- ago whenI : '

OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew first worked on the P. D. Ther@Ii! t' t

W. A. Gahlenbeck Stock--Only, 218 the s.. Best.Palafol St. have vre have been grown many improvements up together and and :i This is only a partial list of the Hundreds of Bargains to be offered during this Big i Sale: ;. r

know each other In some things v.e: i
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----- ---- ------ have not always agreed but in the Ij
TURTON &. BELL *i.d the balance has been above the = .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. atejage. I believe I know every man
on the B. S & N. 0., Southern Ala i I
Kodak Supplies.. Finishing tar AmlUim.
bama, P. D. and P,: & A and feel 1 -
-- --- --- that as a whole they are tha best set Bargains in Silks Special Bargains in La- Special Bargains in Special Bargains.- ; t

R. K. WHITE, of men on the system and oVj their I 1

i ftatcHmiker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate spirit.work better I believe and that with their a more standard loyal From the Great Peremptory Silk dies' Waists, Skirts Towels and Ta- for Men only :

Optician.30 S. Paiatoi Street, Pensacola, Fla
. Sale held in New York last week. The
has been by being as .
raisad greatly:
.. A and Suits. Elastic Arm Bands, pair.- ....5c A
---------- It were, one large family-that is 'greatest sale in the l history of the silk ble ,DamasksBest Cola Pit Buttons,
One dozen Agate ,
they are mostly men raised in the
fed divisi" J business of America. 5c White Crash Towels to goat worth 1()C. for.. .. .. .. .. .. ..3e
by the u. They ; One of White Princess
territory Lawn
TERSELY TOLD their: homes and for this case ;.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..-...3e Best 19c Patent Elastic Garters"
appreciate and
Waists all sizes Tucked
they more for thoij Jobs. One lot of fancy Taffety Silk Suit; ; 12c White Scotch Huck Towels for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,.1 Oe
:Such reason a thing care as a bum, one working 'ings in New Skip and Fancy effects Lace or Embroidery trimming; for this: sale. .. .. ... ". .!..914c lOc Gilt Collar Buttons now.. ? ..5c
made for a leader at 75c, specialfor
G J, Morgan who has been verj' only long enough to get a steak, is not would be cheap at 50c, .. .. .White' Scotch Huck Towels, Nickel Clasp Scarf Holders for.. ..3c
l this sale at.. .. .. .49c -
'c19 .
our price. .. .. .. .. ..35c
!:'. in Atlanta, is now improving. iTiown there."Thanking. : 10 dozen Sheer and fine White; extra large, special.. .. .. ... lOc lOc Patent Drawers Holders, per
and others for kind 27 inch Japan Silk Sheer and pair.... .. .. .. .... .. ......5e
I. Arata the
its Lotus was among you Lawn Waists $1.50 value tuck Finest 19c all linen Huck Towels,
uitors here from :Mobile: during theo expressions and the present I am.- 1 dressy, in black white, light ed and embroidery trimmed: for this sale. .. .. .. .. ... ..He50c Acorn Nickel Cuff Holders, per
week, "Yours truly, blue, hello, navy, French gray pair...... .... ..i.. -.. .... 7e
he lest I ewsleeves., a great bargain White Linen Tray Cloth to 'go
cardinal and nile, for One dozen real Horn Collar Buttons J k
he \ merchant ever failed if he advertis'd "THOS. B, TURNER. this sale.. .. .... special.. ,.. .. .25c while they last.. .. ... ? ..51.19 now for. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,39cDrawn for ..... '.. ,. .. ......4c50c ..
$175 fine White Lawn Waists, 'White DresserScarfs.
as WELL and as MUCH as Work .
-I and silver Cuff Buttons
gilt _
A BABY 25 pieces washable white Jap '
front and tucked,
embroidered
'tar he COULD. Silk 40c quality to at... .. 23e 54 inches worth 25c new Scarf Pins to go, at.. .. .. 250
should be sunshine in the home,and go nobby and stylish, special $1.39
very each, for this sale.. .... .,. .. ... 12c 100 dozen Silk and Mercerized .
>ss Rev tloan A. Bnin!on. of Elloree, will be if you gin it White's Cream ;0 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silk, We $1:50 Duck sad Covert Washable .
S C.. will preach at the First Baptist Vermifuge, the greatest, worm medicine value in black! white and colors Skirts in white, navy, black and White German 'Damask:- Napkins Wash Neckwear. 50c value a
:1- Church morning and evening to-day. ever offered to suffering h man'- i S special:. ;'. .. .. .. ... ..59c' \\rlteor' brown. spec'aVbargain !93c .' 90cralue, for this sale per dpz. 49e great bargain at.. '.. .. .. ....25c'

''ld W R. Bane a prominen \bank r of ty. This remedy is becoming the'per- 1 60 pieces '23 and 27-inch fancy $3.00 Mercerized Linen Skirts In Best $1 Linen Damask Napkins, 8c special White:: Hemmed... Handkerchiefs.<.. ....,..40 I
F&irbun, Ills. i
as T-'easure: visit. He Is much pleased households-A mother, with children, t Silks worth $1 to $1.39 per yd. plaited, special for this dale.$2.49? 1.75 White Damask Napkins lOc > .. .. .. .. 7c
special.
1\Uh the city and climate. can't get along without a" bottle of Special for this great Bargain Special bargains in white wash- special.. .. .. .. .. ... ......$1.39 12c Seamless 'Socks, special' bar- > ,

Porter Whaley left last night for White's Cream Vermifuge in the Sale ... .. .. .. ... .. .. ....69c able Pique Duck and Linen 100 dozen best $2 all Linen Damask gain three pairs for. 10. ... ,..25c I
house. It is the purest and best med- 75c Faille in Skirts ranging from $1.19 to.$9.49 Napkins, new patterns, spe
Gulfport ails;.. where he has accepted Brilliant Silk black, Best SOc Fleeced Underwear In r
a position with a bIg' timber lcine>that money can buy.OYAMA white, cardinal, light blue, navy $3.SO- Fancy Mohair!. Skirts in black cial per dozen.. .. .. ... "'_ ..$1.69 this ,sale. .... .. .. ... ....29c .
exporting firm as stenographer. and brown special l ..' ..... .45c or Blue only.! ?. .... .. ., ..$1.95 Best 35c -Bleached Table Damask 100 dozen 75c Madras Shirts, new I

An Immense" crowd from Pensacola TEA Cheney Bros: $I Natural Pongee $6.00 Wool Panma Skirts. Brown to go at. ..' ..' ;. .. ..22c patterns, to go In this bargainsale

and points north of here left the city :Silk for.... .: .. .. ... .. ?69e60c -- only, plaited and buttons and trimmed, special.with. $4.90 SOc Table: Damasks, to go in this for.- .. .. .. ...49c .

Tpsterdiv: morning for DeFimlak andsjoved One half pound of Jap Silk, all colors, for this Very straps handsome Lingerie Blouse, sale for.. ... .. .. .. .. .. ...39c All our Men's Goods at;Soecial Prices i
the Chautauqua. The crowd will make the same quantity as one sale... .. .. .. .... ....37c of fine white Lawn embroideredfront 10 pieces 90c Ertra Satin Damask '
returned last night pound of the Quality cheap Counts.? kind. Best $1.39, 36-Inch black Chiffon and tucked $2.50 value; special .. .. .. .... ... ...:..69C during this great bargain sale.

:J \ number of men employed in the Taffeta Silk to go at... .. ...89c for this 'Sale only: ... .. ."$198 $1.25 Imported all Linen Damasks i

U various departments at the navy HOUSE ON MAIN STREET Best $1.50 black Taffeta Silk, iHne White Lawn Blouse elbow to go at.. .. .. .'.............95c J;

srd have been laid off Indefinitely on DESTROYED BY FIRE special. .. .. .. ., .. ..$1.10 sleeves, yoke of lace inserting! Special Bargains in = ; \
.r ;amount;. of there being no work there (Best $1.39 36-inch Changeable! sleeves tucked and lace trimmed Two Trunks of Drummer's Samples

present for them. Some time since A house on West Main street, be- Taffeta Silk In red; blue and $3.50 'value, special.. :. $2.90 containing Dresser Scarfs, Lunch Wash Goods and .
vor one hundred were let out for the tween Barcelona and DeViDier streets green effects. (Special now for 95c Finest $5 new style Blouse madeof Cloths and Center Pieces, togo
I'f some reason) was destroyed by fire last night. An white Chiffon Batiste or Per- at Half Price. Domestics t /

f Inspector X A. mUch was in the alarm from box 17 shortly after 10 sian Lawn, handsomely trimmed .
ear: yesterday and viiteui the convict o'clock summoned the fire department ;joke, neck and sleeves in lace :. I
. White Goods It) yards of fine Corded and Print
tamps! west of the town on one of his to the scene, but flames had Bargains and tucking, for this great bar- .:
gain sale.. .. .. .. .. ..$3.98 Special Bargainsin ed Batiste, regular 8c value
I'rt1 ar trips of inspection.. gained too much headway.The for.... .. .. .. ..... .............43c '
place was formerly occupiedby 100 pieces Sheer White India Linen $750 Wool Panama and Mohair :
Or W A, : I One of finest 15c Printed Lawns
of
I te Mills Milton, a mem- Mrs, burns. who conducted a lOc value for this sale only .5c gUcilian Skirts beautifully madein Laces andEmbroideries case
I of the Flor'da' State 'Medical! As- and Batistes choice patterns; for I
striation, expects to be in attendance airy there. 8c White Checked Nainsook; spe- brown blue and black to goat this sale .. .... .... .... .... 10c .
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.. .. .. .. .:$5.90
or the annual convention of the asso'at cial only.. ... .. ., .. .. .. ....5c : 9. Tailored Our stock of New Wash Goods embraces
Special bargains In fine
ion which will be held this year 100 pieces extra 15c White India Mohair, and Panama Skirts at all the lastest styles In Batistes,

Gainesville, April 18 to :22.! Linen; for this sale.. .: ? ..10o $790, $890. $975 and.. .. ..$12.90We GO pieces best 5c and 7c Torchon "Printed Chiffons, French Organdies,

4 E E. Crabtree, formerly of Pensa- HEADACHE One case of sheer and daintystrlp'd are also showing a choice line of Laces and Inserting, just to Fil DeChene and :Mohair Tissues,
fola but for some time res:dlag in !: and check Dimities; New Eton and Poney Jacket make,quick selling .. .. .. .. 34c which will! be sold at special bargain
Vw Orleans is in the city an 1 will best 15c values; for this alc.,..10c Suits, in white Belfast Linenat 100 pices extra wide Torchon and prices during this sale. :
locate here permanently having "Mr father bad bees 8 toffererfrom*lekheadaeh* 100 pieces English. Long Cloth in special prices.Children's fancy white laces worth from One case of 15c: White Dotted '
I taken for the last twenty-five yean and sever frond a.T I choice Swiss, for this sale .. .. .... .9c.
a position with the Pen acola twelve 8c to 15c per yard; your
relief Bnill be uJIIIC ClSraretl. Sine yard pieces, worth $123:; Wash Deses at special
1h Iron and Supply Co. be has began taking began Caaearet year.fc. baa pea had to go per piece for.... ., .. ...98c prices, 35c to $1.69; Kimonos for. .. .. .. .. .............5c Two cases of Mill Ends of finest
the headache. They bare entirely eared him. 15c printed Batistes, three to .
Cairtrett do what you ree Bimen4 them to do. 1 One case of 45 Inch White: Persian from 25c to $3.95. One", lot of pure Torchon laces
lengths bargain
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla at value his and worth lOc and ten yard ; a perjard
will the HvUree Lawn, inserting
c'T you name very sheer and fine
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Ire LM JJicltaODlUD BesinerSt,WJaJwpolistad. .. .. .. .... .. .. ......6%o
absolutely pure and so highly con- best 25c value, to go at,. .. .15c insertlngs, worth lOc( and 12c,
centrated that only a small quantity 15c White 5c special for., this sale .. .. ....5c Mill Ends of best 6c and 8c Calicos I
I is required Best tot Persian Lawns, sheer Will Boy to go in this sale, per yd.,3c
11 and the "Blue Ribbon Fla. fine The handsomest line of French and )
or"IS -The Bowels and ; special, .. .. .. .10c One case of finest 15c Ediniboro
perfection! .
18c White Check Nainsook assorted blending Tissue black or white. Round Thread Val Laces ever shownat Zephyr Ginghams, choice styles ,

;Young Peop .e's Excursion Tuesday.The checks, only. .. _.. .. .12c One Card good Rubber Hair Pins. special cut prices. Mill Ends, not over twenty yrds.In i
Young 25c White Wash Batiste andS One Box Wire Hair Pins. All Over Laces in a beautiful assortment a piece, to go per yard for...9c
;.1.1j 1 l'resbJte-ran! People of the First L/lftD11 cA7riARTiC .. French Lawns special.. .. 18c One Box Invisible Hair Pins. Ten yards good brown Domestic I
Church will give a bay A line Full Paper good Brass Pins. bargains in Emtorold ries for._ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .39c
excursion on the fine steamer Mon- choic of new White Mercerized Special
to t, Tuesday afternoon leaving Waistings and Suitings One dozen good Pearl Buttons. and Insertlngs at 5c, 9c, 15c and 39c. r

Palafox l wharf at 2 o'clock. The'It'amer atspecial prices from lOc to.. 39c One box Bachelor Buttons One case of fine all over Embroideries SOUVENIRSWill ;
Half dozen Lead Pencils.
Will run out Into the gulf Pleaaai4.Pal.tebte.PeteatTate5004 Da Good.. to be sold at special bargain
.. and Never ahe en.Wealua ort.p..10c .,.t A handsome line of fine Sheer White One (bottle of Talcum Powder.Mens' .
returning : life4ving
will at
stop the Tfc. mtQoar N.mr.d eee. prices.
old in balk. t..ain. .
Pocket in
station. Refreshments-. will nt..4 to p f bryar =.raeu Lawns, Batistes and Organdies Combs case.'Shavin' Two cases of Infants' White Lawn be Given Away to the
be Pocket Mirrors. "
- served Sterling Remedy CeChfct-oorN.Y. 598 or fancy
on the boat. ANNUAL SALE. TEtt'f fdtLCfl: BOXES for confirmation dresses, at One bottle good Liquid Cement Embroidered and Lace Caps at bar First Ten Purchasers of $2 I

Alice Special Cut Prices. Extra good Ink Tablets.Just'Received""a gain prices.
Roosevelt's Wedding. or over Each Morning during "
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111:111 of history Herbine has been Fork beautiful line For 3cSafety the Sale. This same

r.gulaors arblowlfdged A positive the greatest cure of for liver Bllt-J LXGURSION'STAMER of Ladies' Black or White Lace offer'is extended to the First

<** headaches CJiUls Good Pins In full .. Pins one dozen on card. received
Constipation. papers. Ten Mail Orders
Hose and Long Silk Gloves
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&ai Fever and all liver complaints. J. MONARCH Good Pencils, each. 5c White Hemmed Handkerchief.Jet
C.Jrlth' Little Rock Ark- writes: Good Wire Hair' Pins per package. which will go on sale at Special Head Hat Pins. now. each day from Outof/Town i
!rbmr ls the greatest liver medi-( Pants Buttons per dozen. Siren Hooks and eyes per card. r;
tsar it knO'W11. Have used It for years" White Lace Beading,. per yard. Cut Prices. I 5c White Crash Towels, now Customers I'

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: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUflD'ArY MORNING,' MARCH, 25, 1908 .._ ,_, ..\ -- '' '
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VJbe 3eitoIa Journal sidered the same, tha amount state of ould money not to .a ton-j for Mcij.t1: I' The Finest Job Printing Press -- -

Maga&ae
its second
ter ,purpose. :For instance would W tso s begins -

a properly conducted immigration I year with the ,March nambsr. It haiSrown I'

bureau with adequate; funds at its;, ;; and prospered and Mr. Wat- in Pensacola. :
:
tiiJ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. disposal yield a Better, or at last a son's 'virile( ed'tor! :&ls show, no failing -

: MONDAY surer, return to the state than w.ll off in 'spite 'of former predictions that: r rte L-I 'Ii <
4i.r1 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT come from the governor's expert ttoforc3 and bril- i t If& '
could not sustain
{ I ...BY... ment? Could we not more cheaply lancy: with which, he began his crusade i; The marvelous: run of work at. our Job Printing Office has

demonstrate the value of ,our present ,, far: the rights of the many against .I necessitated the,,\purchase of; a new MIEHLE PRESS, the

:iti, THE JOURNAL COMPANY. I' unoccupied lands and settle up, those':[I the privileges of th3 few. W tson'a highest grade printing)press made, and by far, the finest

iff,' ;' 1 thousands settlers of Idle The acres questions with produc-are at! has been enlarged to 160 pa es. the }i ', machine of i its kind, !in .Pensacola. This press will print

:;:h2. FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. the worth /xmsidering. I cover has been Improved. and the anything from a wedding}invitation to a large poster, and
l r. least name changed, from Tom Watson's to I :

4; 4 4W't There Is also still another side to Watson's. Instead of the ons depart- I it is especially'designed for-the .

; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the proposition. Is 'it not more the ment with which the Magaz:ne first .- ,. .

:* -- -- -- province of the nat'onal government appeared, there ar? now seven,two ol : .. '

5 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. rather than the state government to them edited by) Mr.. Watson himself: ; '
; dram the Everglades?, A swamp ra- > I
.; .o: l One Year............... .$5 00 Ono :Month....... ........ 45 ciamation measure Is now pending in and the!: fiction' and verse have risento Finest Commercial .Printingof -
"I .' / t, Six Mouths............... 2 50 O'neVoek................... 10 a very high standard of excel'ence! .
t i Three Months...... ....... 125 WeekJy Edition per year..$! Ot congress framed, we' believe somewhat The advance in price from tn to fifteen .. ,
} the order of the natioaal :
on '
cents Is more than warranted by All Kinds.
S' i irrigation law, and should it pass we I
::1''.... + The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed will also have some experimentingby the Improvement and enlargement. ,
.,. It be remarked in passing! that
may
hM4\ Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. : the national government in the .
Y. ',% in some of the departments mentioned !! -
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matter of ovaining swamps.
:4-',: S be understood above!! is to be found an extremely .I ; .
not
; The Journal would all done the best workmen that
34; Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains' as opposing Governor Browird's interesting symposium of the tenden-I Our printing by moneycan
I
: Government. Phone 38. 0 and at all News Stands. drainage scheme because the question elsie of the press and people front all piocure. They are not cheap workmen but are all

!li : cannot be settled by a superfi- parta of the country in regard to the '1{& first-class Union men, working'' eight hours a day, who are

P !S..COlJ.FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 23. 1906 cial consideration, but' we submit the many government and political reforms paid Union wages.and who take pride in turning out the

: the governor's side of the subject today now at the front. I '' best class of printing. Remember, Mr. Business Man, that

which such rights should be and we shall take up a more In the March number perhap's the fa these workmen live in, Pensacola and spend their weekly
An Ordinance
extensive discussion of it at some most strldng: articles are "The Municipal II
that Should Be Killed In the present demonstrated case the "anted.I': I Future. time. Boss." by W. D Wattles; "Re- ) wages here and ,i it is your duty to have, your printing done
good" s not fr
tk I peal the Land Laws," by Hugh J. at home. Don't 'take it for granted that we cannot compete -

4ti Last Sunday The Journal published particular.It Rural Free Delivery Petitions Hughes; "The New Party" by the I't with outside 'printers until you get our prices. Don't

:1kf for the information of the public is rather singular. that many of Secretary of the People's Party; if take it for granted that you have a job of 'printing that, we {

1rj an ordinance now 'pending: before the same papers that are condemning With the Department. "Election Reforms." by J. C. Ruppen- cannot do until you ask us about it, but .

; L41-: thfl city council under which it is Covernor' Breward' and the pardoning A correspondent asks The Journalfor thai; "The Philosophy of Money," by I, S -
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;v.h- proposed to grant certain rights to board for granting a brief stay of information regarding the pro- J. B Martin. Among the stories Eugene -

1- certain private citizens to control apart execution to Cooper, the murderer free rural delivery Wood'sBack( to Nature." Clarence .
additional
-- of the city's water front prop- who Is sentenced to be hung, are also posed Darrow's "The Triumph of Justice -

I4i erty for exclusive wharf privileges condemning the governor and the routes what! territory in Escambia they cover county and as when to :' Robert ,Dunns "The Captain, RingPhonel8l : i h'S, ,

--1 for a period of 25 years, with & rental board for refusing to grant a pardonto Davy and ,General, Kuropatkln." and .

of $100 a )ear. In order to bring this Taylor, the man who Is serving a they are likely to be ordered .by the Harnette M.. Collin's "The -Silenca ofJohnny" I :: ) .; .

1L more directly to the attention of thepublic. simple two years' sentence for as- post omce departmentIn to the first part of the are deserving of special men- ,and Let Us. Figure With You. S -

tkf14 The Journal again publishesthe sa.ult on the life of another man. The answer lion. ln -" lont the Firing Line" C. -Si
that -
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The 'Journal will say petitions '
follows: Inquiry, '
proposed ordinance as consistency of these two positions
already been prepared : Q. De France gives a most Interesting
ha AN ORDINANCE. will never be mistaken for a Golconda: have
out of review of various movements for reform -
sent in asking for a route
authorize and! .
Entitled an Ordinance to diamond.
_:rit J M. A. Quina and J. J. Sullivan, their Atmore. Ala., running in a,southeasterly .-Watson's Magazine. IE You will be satisfied with our prices and with the quality

21-4 associates heirs and assigns. to es direction into E&cambia county I I of our work. We are .located at No. 24 West Government
tablieh and erect wharf at the foot L & N Should Hare
-1 a and for a route'out of Bluff Springs
:t4 : of Ninth Avenue in the City of Pen- southwesterly direc--The "Sleeping Sickness"in street, one-half block from Palafox and will be glad to
to 'the channel of Pensacola Down"Town Ticket Office. running in a have call and talk i it over with us.
i 1a:1a. tion. Thebe petitions were sent in Stores you
A short time ago the L. & N. rail- itself. Some, time
r11[ (Be ft Ordained by the Mayor and by The Journal I
road company .established af down- that, Illness is not. merely the common !
understand
Council of the City of Pensacola: previous to this, we,
41[ office in Pensacola and at the Inheritance ,of mortals-it attacks the
dt Section 1. That II. A. QUINA andJ. town a route from Pensacola out through
_1f J. SULLIVAN their associates, time, it was presumed that one of the Delta settlement was preparedand institutions which mortals build up.

4 vlt heirs and assigns, are hereby authorz the purposes of this office was to, sell seat In.Another 'It comes not only to the man who is F Mayes Printing Company

it fd to establish and erect at and from Uckets.as.well as to take care of the petition asking for a physically weak-but to the strong
the terminus of Ninth Avenue In the ,
other business in connection there down past the man as welL
iv City of Pensacola. a wharf extendIngInto route from Pensacola
the Bay of Pensacola. the chan- with which is naturally conductedwith |, naval reservation, is also being circulated It comes not nly tothe store where'

iU nel of said Bay more convenience at a down- I and as soon as the requisite rent day Is ,a >perpetual dread -but ,to FRANK L. MAYES. President H. JEUDEVINE..Vice-Pros. and Manager. B. S. BERNARD. Sec. and TUII.III' .

:; t ''Section 2. That the said M. A. fown office than at the depot offices. i number of signers is secured it ,will the strong store, where vigor is the

_ Quina and J. J. Sullivan their associates The main feature of this office be presented to department.. rule ._,
and assigns shall commence : .
however-that of selling ticketshasnot As soon ai> The Journal can get The symptoms 'are: Strong men r .
-c said wharf within six months from _
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'been provided and the is to secure a -
; public intends
:::H the passage of this ordinance; that : them circulated pay less heed,to the fore-warnings o tan

1iR the body of said wharf shall not be' consequently not only disappointed petition for a route running northern illness than ,does',the half-invalid. 4 n W '-1: t $H ;t. nHfiH-H J

t 4-t less than twenty feet, nor more than but Is greatly inconvenienced by the from McDavid into Santa Rosa It is'the same,with strong stores. '

i 1T the width of said Ninth Avenue; and company's failure to provide what county and for another route running ,, .
Bad which
'buying-mIstakes
-tI4 that the said M. A. Quina and J. J. in the in the direction are I By J
was expected premIses. Molino
of
southwest out of f .
."e4t Sullivan shall have the exclusive permitted to happen not only once but: I. Prevalence Profanity
wharf privileges. If the comanY-lS'- going' to the expense : of 'Muscogee. again and again; too much leniency CHAS. H. LANEY I

1ui Section. 3. That the said M. A. of maintaining a down-town The establishment of a rural free wth credit ,ustomers; little leaks : of I*
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Judge Pensacola'sMunIclpal
!*.il- Quina and J. J. Sullivan, their associates -office, it would seem the part of business delivery route takes time and 'every in the store purse; 'a good deal ot Due to Its RespectabilityIn

Mt heirs and assigns shall have policy to provide it with a force petition is not always granted The "good will" advertising programs Court f
.4FiU full power to demand and receive and equipment sufficIent' for the purpose department. may "refuse to establish *' "
etfc, ., a consequent curtailment '*
% all vessels
wharfage from barges. -'
1-1-1t' 1 fiats lighters and steam boats loadingor of selling tickets. The traveling acme and possibly all of these routes of real advertising$ ; a' tendency ,to f H1 HH .(;'ji.r1M: ;, .. .. M-H .- .-,---.ft.----.-...,..itit.-. -31
public is more interested in that but unless there is some good reason '
unloading at or attached to said "leave out a link" now and then in
4 i 'wharf and for all goods deposited on feature of it than in any other and for refusing to grant them 'we believe the chain of advertising continuity the early 70's while working on heard swear. I had no fear of God laying his hand upon my head, '\U:>

i4ft4 or taken from or over said wharf; pro- without that, the office is of little use that some at least of the routes petitioned !- careless clerks floor! : a St.,Louis newspaper I stopped over but swore anywhere and in any com tears in his eyes he remarked: "':\11
Tided however that no drays. carti. cr convenience. for will be ordered. managers''with night at a town on the lower Mississippi. pany. .l had married a beautiful boy never swear?"

4:4-: vehicles or pleasure carriages trans:j Travel in and out of Pensacola has All of thia takes time however, 'too much dignity for the comfort of ., This town had at one time woman not-long before the war be- He died in 1884, and I came to know
; l4 porting goods or merchandise oyer or;I customers, complaints grudgingly received been considered the worst town in gan, ani! when I went to thp army we him well but I never forgot the Impressions -
'-t from said wharf shall be charged i increased wonderfully in :the past five and the residents along the proposed. and corrections of mla sgrudgin'gly ] the ,United States, an' ', though it had had one child,,a boy. ThJ.s 'boy is now of this first meeting in be/)
:wharfage on said wharf years. Tha service itself has been, routes must have patience and await somewhat improved, was still the fifteen 'Years old, but has never notorious town of Napoleon. Arkan
i- Section That the said M. A. doubled curing that time and we presume -the final decision of; the post office made, the whole store ma- rendevous of all the tough characterspiylng' spoken a word nor heard a sound.

Quina and J. J. Sullivan! their associates the travel has been more than department. The:Journal'will do all chinery creaking a little on Its' bearIngs the river between Cairo and Two other children came to us, both sas.Now am I putting it too strong n&en

4i heirs and assigns shall in con- doubled. The recent addition of a it can to hurry the matter, ,up, but -and "store sickness" Is at hand New Orleans Even then people never toys, ong during the war and oneZtL.j I say that the prevalence of profan-
4j cideration of the erection of said! through night train between Pensa- be The treatment: A little preacheronce stopped at Napoleon except from ity In Pensacola Is largely due to
t;; wharf. have exclusive free privileges the postoffice department cannot sheer necessity, and generally left at the respectability of the habit* &J
) set forth in this ordinance for' the cola and Jacksonville has been a hurried inthis work and: everyone asked a big one what to do Oi the earliest opportunity. At the hotel where you will, in omce, store. or on

.7' term of twenty-five years they paying great convenience to the public and will have' to abide the 'department's prevent auditors from failing asleep.! ,where I 'put up there was one other the street, and you will hear J* On!?

:t therefor to the City of Pensacola the we have no doubt that it will IT aterially time and the regular course in such i Mr. Beecher replied: "At Trinity! guest, and only one- This other guest the other day' I heard a man swea-ng
11,1, yearly sum'of one hundred dollars in increase travel over that line, I church the Sexton has his instructions' was waiting for a steamboat up the before his two small boys. He did'
matters: Arkansas river, and we very naturally -
semi-annual payments. while travel on all of the other traInsI. on this point. Whenever he sees any: companionable around the it without his!provocation conversation simply'Ytl to etabellisn 1

'-l 'Section 5. That at the expiration.of larger than it has ever been before. one falling asleep he is to go right up little office stove that nIght. We en- know that he had' rather these two

_ .of the Pensacola said twenty-Ave shall have years the the City Under the circumstances, it ought People Will Buy into the pulpit and wake up the minis. caged in a conversation that lasted boys would not swear.

h privilegeof to be of a& much advantage to tie Home ter." nearly through the night as his! Last week a certain man rantpd
purchasing said wharf at such valuation Goods'at Year.
Spring arrive until long
steamboat did not &'
his as
as may be determined upon by company as to the public to have a. The "sleeping sickness" in stores- neighbor arrested because.
..etthree arbitrators, one to be appoint down-town ticket office, and we trust This is the season of, the year when and about other kind -over' due. C 1l.di,5 saW: "This man has been cursing before
of store the
every In ,some respects this man was -- wife" Then I said "Jlas this
I:1: ed by the City, one by M. A. Quina that the latter may. be esablished in every woman is thinking about an ailment-will respond to the most unique character I have ever my be'ore
same roan ever heard you swear
4.c:;? and J. J. Sullivan their associates, the near future.Governor Easter hat and a spring dress, and treatment. known. In the summer he lived in '--/ your own wife?" He answered. 1Pr

,1 t iii$ i heirs chosen and by assigns the two and thus the appointed.third to be when every man.is beginning to wonder AND WHEN THE PATIENT 13 the Ozark mountains, but spent his t.* haps he has." Then I replld, 0
how much. he really ought to winters on one of his large plantations you expect another man to have more
FULLY WILL
Section 6. All ordinances AW.\KE'UE
or parts MERELY
in the 'Arkansasvalley. His -
Broward'sEverglades : UU
t1 of ordinances Cora new suit of clothes respect for your wife than you\
In conflict with this rpentf NEED
; ordinance LIBERAL TONIC TO BUILDuP name: was Callin-Bid Callin They yourself
-t-t-: shall be and the same are Drainage Scheme I This annual condition ,of the male HIS SYSTEM AGAIN AND TO culled: him Colonel and I guess he deserved He did not Insist'on the warrant

hereby repealed. The state press has had consider- and the feminine mind ,Is 'doubly Interesting PREVENT ANY RELAPSE. the title as he was with For- 5- The courts cannot stop the pnoie! :
This ordinance belongs to that to the merchants of Pensa rest ,touring the war and had been 4 use of profane language as long a.
able to say recently, both for and [ three times with minnie _
punctured
class which the city council should because, while business I 5 the people who never go to court perfiist
cola this ,
lit down upon without further conderatlon against the gigantic drainage scheme year balls. and carried a scar from a satre in Its use. Bvery observant ma:!
which Governor has been excellent with them Judge Laney'sSermon cut across the front of his head.I
!i1r .! The city of Pensacola has Broward is attempting knows that the public use of profane
since last fall, they lost on their His and o
was picturesque
to and which ever appearance I : and obscene language is a disgrat'eOUr
carry out was
; -tt-y now given away practically all of its org-
fall trade a great deal of patronage on Profanity. beside he was the most Interesting city, and it certainly is tocum
inally responsible in at
part
least
water front "With the exception of man I have ever seen before or & I
to stop
out of bent on good citizen -
which the people who were The articles which Judge Chas. II. every
Ii a small affair on South Palafox streetIt for Mr. Brouard's election to the since. Wit and humor, anecdote and ; swearing, for there are some good
;_ office ot governor. town at that time necessarily gave to Laney has been writing for The Sunday philosophy, blended harmoniously CHAS. H. LANEY. church members -
.4 has no public wharf of its own and : |citizens, and even some
: ; very few suitable places left where To-day 'The Journal publishes the outside merchants, Journal have not only be n read when _he',talked._ : He was historical J who follow the practiceGentlemanly '_
one could be built. governor's side of the proposition, together Now, however there Is no excuse v:1th, a great deal of Interest in Pen- end scientific. full of Incidents, humorous swearing Is to-day u"-
qt and and withal the
with his reply to, certain for anyone buying anything out of sacola, but they have attracted atten pathetic since. Although there hu never beena Ing more harm than' an the profaaitfof
: The ordinance published above n-ost eloquent man 1 ever attended
.
and there is 'no excuse either eon all over the !state.In mute in the family ,on either side the slums.OPERA
: proposes to tie up for a period of 25 charges which the Jacksonville I town, upon. Some of his anecdotes ana! H-
of the house three of these
all boysare
years one of the most valuable pieces dailies were 'making" concerning his for any merchant letting his home to-day's article Judge Laney. has 'lustrations I have carried In my mInd! deaf and dumb.

of water front property which! ths recent speech there. With whatever customers do so. Times are prosperous surpassed any of his previous efforts, for all these years,. and have used "Some people thought this a very

:- : city now possesses. No adequate quarrel the governor and the Jacksonville everyone has money all need I an tf his treatment of the. subject,'I them ,subsequently.marks. without any quotation J strange affliction but I did not God : HOUSE

li and Pensacola"merchants are I "Profanity" constitutes a Sunday: ;] < did not want these boys to hear their
consideration is offer, 1 in return, no newspapers" may have, The clothes 'r This gentleman had one peculiarity ,
Journal has to Supply, the de sermon with a: moral lesson as clear Evidently ha was lost for a father 8w-ea.r. and Imitate him In his
j obligation, is assumed by or 'requiredof nothing to co. But on stocked up ready never wicked!) .He closed their March 28
ways ean
and as pointed it would be word for he talked with the utmost I so Wednesday,
as possl ,
idi'f! the grantees to use or even build tile subject of draining the Everglades mand. 1 and silenced their Ups forever. I

1:1: : the wharf. and no restrictions worth I. The Journal will in the future Three weeks from to-day will be j Lie to hear from any of the pens -: fluency paused and but seemed every to now hesitate and, sometimes then- i,quit swearing, and hesitancy you Twenty Years of Sensational

centioning are contained in the! have something to say, for that subject Easter. Two week's, from to-day The'! cola pulpits to-day. In fact we doubt1if in the very middle of a sen have noticed in my speech comes Success.

lLt ordinance itself. I : Is one in which the people of Journal wil issue 'an ;aster ,edition there Is a pastor In ,the city :who tepee. It was like theUy wheel of an when the: old, habit tries< ever and of
- will "be made to: could do better this morning than to engine slipping the band, and some- anon to. break 4n 'upon me once Denman Thompson's Greatest
the effort
If the city ever wanted to usa this state are vitally interested and on and a special again."
I property inside of the 25 years it: which they'cannot have too much In- make it attractive to (both reader and i present to congregation the same what Jarred upon you> This peculiarity o"'Of all theiWlcked; !Ja.blts."swearJ1g Plays
was embarrassing, and noUceJtbat
- matter and emphasize I the same he "
' could not do so. If the entrance of anew formation. advertiser alike. It will contain a curiosity was excited Is the least'excasable." he went on
my upon
L_____ railroad! into Pens coh depended "The'Journal-is frank to confess that great deal of matterspeciallyselected moral which Judge Laney does-... -In- the'subject, so after-a while he ex- to say. "If_ a man. .steals it may be The Old Homestead
these columns to-day. from want If 'b e drinks it may be
F : on this street for an outlet, tea city the drainage proposition 'is one on for the Easter season and it will plained. 1 I Ftc. quench -an uncontrolable
In addition to the excellent treat 'What I am about to relate said thirst, if
i ii ii and the railroad would both bea't which it is still open, to conviction. afford a splendid opportunity for merchants ** ,, he kills it may be from the heat of Denman Thompson's Own and Oal7!
ment of his subject matter, JU<1aLaney's t.e. I know sounds like it was taken
c the mercy of the private owners of Governor Broward's presentation of to advertise their spring attractions from the bargain counter, of some passion bat he cnreu_ simply be- Company Including

- ; 4' 4 thE whcri. the matter looks very attractive. It: ., articles are clothed' In ,a traveling; evangel1sbut it is a, true cause he will,without a, single Inducement -H<>ME5TE.4'
few OLD
literary diction which writers In the world' impelling him toao THE FAMOUS
No more city "water front rights looks feasible ,and reasonable and if No patriotic Pensacolian is goingto and sorrowful part of my own life In'
command and he writes with that I so. so doing he, lowers his DOUBLE QUARTETTE
j should be transferred to priY'&'.o individual the governor's premises are all correct buy any spring goods out of town which history. never was an intemperate manhood, outrages, decency, and m,
easy, graceful style makes his man .but was profane. I could swear Fruk1C
: : except where the public good his work .will be. of inestimable i this year. It he obes.it will be be- work particularly attractive. with,fluency that made me'conspicuous -! suits his God.. :It, ot'-only demoralires Under the Management of

'1i f1 -like li the case of a railroad or a value to the state and to all of our, cause some of our merchants are in every crowd. I was an artist : society and debauches man, but Thompson.
Imperils tna Tei'y fea&clty or
steamship line-can be and will be people' !. .. asleep, and if we mistake not. Pensa Watch for the' March circulation In this line and could gift more variations hooxt" ,* woman Curtain 8 oclock-sbarP

i-- J observed thereby. In fact, the pub? On the other,hand, it may be doubted cola merchants ire exceptionally i 'wide statement., Advertisers will be'Inter! to the use of profane words Then as,:"we. heard ,the steamboat! Carriages 10:30 o'clock. e'
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A Me good Is the only C: SkL"e- tios-on wtether when the, uncertainty.! of awake. at, this time. ested. than any other man you have ever rounding bend, be TQSe'tO'go, and, PRICES-25, 60, 75c and $l-No higl
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..-*.d Ltt. Mr. Horsier was standing at the edgeof ti. '
the sidewalk when the parade pass
ed and was Immediately 'spotted' by
McNeill who clapped ,a pair of hand- v
: : cuffs upon his'wrists and fastened him ,
PAr'a: 4 with a log chain to the rear end ot .
an ox wagon, where Mr. Horsier was :
:,1S >. towed along in the most undignified! i' MILLINERYGrand

manner until finally allowed to get In '
MILLINERY : and r'de. :
"Brothers J. D. Goss and F. E. Drawner Spring Opening t
also of this city) made their! debut :

Tuesday and Wednesday March '2728.An an-ox handcuffed cart, from together which they and riding appearedto on ; III ., t

expect to be spilled at any mInute. Monday, Mch. 26,
Goss, in particular, kept his eye on

the. motive power and, from his expression Tuesday, 27, Wednesday, 28 ::
Impressive Showing of would about as soon have ;
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been chained to an air ship three r 'y.
miles up In the ether. Frank Boghichwas :: .r.h<
tied to the back of a wagon and -; : Reception Hours 9 a.m./S p.m. '<

Beautiful M liii gamboled along in the dust with the ::. ; .
p.ring
neiffy. best* grace possible. w, !\

Will Allen "Pinched. ,- I
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"Brother Will Allen had a humorous
Unquestionably o'ne"'of'the most interesting displays of exquisite Hats feeling while the parade was passingand
in Pensacola. made some funny remarks about .
This exposition is a positive revelation. It is a splendid surprise. It the policeman which the latter hap
will delight and enthuse, for it affords you a great opportunity to buy a new pened to hear. The 'cop' immediately -
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,_ 1 Spring Hat at much less than you ,would have to pay at some departmentstore. started after Mr Allen who broke
It is a display that will compare brilliantly with the choicest popu- and ran through the crowd with b'g! I
,. lar lines in any city. McNeill in close pursuit, After a hot I I
There are,:scores, of Hats of every imaginable size, shape and effect; chase through the crowd and into and '
combinations both as to color and material that are simply l irresistible through the hotel the policeman finally
Hats that are gems. Hats that owe their inspiration to the Empire Period. placed Mr. Allen under arrest and he
Hats of striking originality. Paris Hats daringly Americanized. !Styles was handcuffed and 'brought back to -'
that are beautiful; that'are radically different from those of last season. the parade which, ha was forced to '

v ?. This Is ,an ExpQSition-That Will Appeal to Every participate"J. M. Bollard in tied also fast to did a something rope.! tf Lingerie Waists

Woman Who Loves Beautiful Millinery. that seemed to diepleaea the big officer .
and was promptly placed under j,., ;
Although we sell Hats'up to $40 'and more, we make a strong favorite arrest, a dress .put on him and'he was ..
of Hats at $495 that being an Immensely popular price. These Hats are forced to -Join la the grand march : Special Showing Monday
better than many stbres would sell at $7 to $10. There is a wonderful along with the rest of the victims.
/' variety of these Hats, and Spring blooms sunnily !in them. Fresh as newly "The initiatory ceremonies took ores1 c
plucked roses; doubly beautiful; intensely becoming. Daintily trimmed
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5- place at night and, when it waa discovered -
wIth flowers ribbons, wings and maliines.' In no other store Is there a better that all the tyros were not iD ti one you ever saw. just from the

more delighting showing. attendance the policeman was sent 'i hands of the makers on display in
I !At $7.95 and $9.5.we are showing an immense variety of popular Hats; I out to look them up. :A musical was ,
as replete with snap and originality, with the witchery of skill, as you can in progress at the hotel and was beIng Waist Department to the right of
II find In Hats that would cost you twice as much elsewhere. Very charm greatly enjoyed by two of the

ing spring and ,early summer Hats. tyros when McNeil suddenly made his --,.:, main entrance. t
I ELABORATE MILLINERY DISPLAY. appearance and placed them under
arrest, dragging them in chains to .
A beauty show of the foremost styles In Ready-to-Wear Hats, Ready-to-Trim Hats, Handsome effects of every the hall where the ceremonies were '_: French Handmade
I description; Blocked Hats of chip. Neapolitan. Tuscon, Milan and Leghorn. Also very comprehensive displaysof held. It was no use for them to protest ..
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new flowers, quills, wings ostrich feathers and aigrettes. .. :
j for "Me" was strong enough tel I ) Embroideries
'pinch' half a dozen like them. It was I

funny to see,the_boys dragged out by ,
force, and was apparently enjoyed 'by : Bands, Edges, Corset Cover Flounces and

E. L. REESE J. ,MENDED the spectators far-'more than by the AlbOvers. If you are an _admirer of the
SHOES SHOES SHOESNew victims.
Reese 6 Mendel "Just before the parade disbandedthe ; -. beautiful don't fail to view these perfectly
whole gang was rounded up and a r- --" '
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- picture of the outfit taken." .' exquisite examples of art embroidery, the
The Home Tailors The' "Mean-You. "''
handsomest ever brought to this market.
.iJ Following Is a copy of the Milean- ,

; You" which was served -at the closeof 1 ',
-w.yl. {
Ir ceremonies
theinitiatory :
Styles Arriving Daily Builders Soup ,

r Whalebone Coal Oil \Pork Catsupe .
K Cold Dishes ,
* Snowball Cold Feet'
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;Z;:;: Saturday We Received an Elegant Line of of 'Cold. Deck ;Relishes Freeze-Out

* Stale, Jokes Fresh Puns Yours for' Quality,

.jJ=* Ladies' Misses and Childreris White Horse Roasts Laugh:

11ien'sFine' Wrinkles, a la Fat Man
W. J. & B. FORBES
lbIy Canvas Low Cuts. : Pa.atka Came, w.th Barnacles .
WeVfooted
Spider )I! . ..,
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111.1.D.s. In Pumps Oxfords, and Gibson Locust on Half Shell Shark Fins throwing him out In the woods. Hemad& committee and make objections to any :
at they maynot_ want appointed. '
i Games. \.a vigorous protest grabbing person The Great Fox
to be Filled.
Offices
Clothes. Game the 'i atss Tie was' being forcibly
n
..D.lo. Ties. Many natty styles to select -I !Rest Old_Ball. Maid_! Brace Politics dragged until:towards Marianna the door friend, .but to interceded no offices Chairman which Reilly are to read be a fille-j list in.the of. the
avaiL'; a
Draw is not official,
This list
finally allowed primary.
;0'In On sale Also Piuockle Soltaire for him. 'lie was under- however as it Is not know how
from. with
Monday. the. train the
stay on
New and up-to-date lineor Spring Vegetables, to else happened many. vacancies in the office of jus-
Iy1r and Summer Suit:ngs and. Trouser* Dead Beats Corn Plasters tandlag'that anything tice of the peace In,, the tartans districts I
Ings. Broom( Corn Soft; Corn he would be drawn and quartered exist. The list, as read. Is as
line of and Youths ,
.Id 1 splendid Boys' Cobs. forth Ith.
Suits from 517.50 to $:iO.VO.. Corn follows:
Pastry. One representative in ,cong'"P.1's.
Trousers from $5 00 to 15.00
I Is the
Shoes Come Join our Gentlemen's Suit, ClueCosts Pasteboard Rubber Pie "Dr. Thomas' Eclectrle Oil Two justices of the supreme. court
wot'd fatal disease
at popular prices. Pie best remedy for that often
only $1.50/ per month for .press Mucilage Square for terms of six years. ,
with
used
Round Pie Pie Bald -croup.,Has been successIn Two railroad commissioners.
big and small repairs.
"' Boxing Gloves our-family'' for',eight years.Mrs.' One state senator.- .
!:Ie"Je early and get the ,pick* .: : ; Dyeing and Cleaning of men's. ana' >> Fruits, Nuts, Etc. L. Whiteacre, Buffalo. N. Y. Two members house of representatlves. F
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women's Clothes 'a specialty. Jaw Breakers' Soft Coal .
llsre ,
, Give us a trial. We will appreciate Apple Barrels Horsechestnuts i COUNTY EXECUTIVE One assessor of taxes.
< your business. gitove. Pblish Tutti-Frutti One tax collector Visible and InvisibleTYPEWRITERS

I'Do . ... ..' Pickled' Door Knobs COMMITTEE One county treasurer.
commissioner!
REESE-MENDEL TAILORING' Drinks
Ire CO. Five county .
Cold Water ot the boartf; of !
members
Water Three
.ve Phone 675. 11 N. Pal fox St. Hot
Soft Water Hard Water ;Continued from First Page) public instruction. .
-- Salt Water AbolinaSt. One supervisor of registration.One I hasp for sale and rent at all times,.
, Watson Parker & Reese John's River High Ball In the :city: or- near y. He appoint.Jlessrs. justice of the. peace of the any of the following makes:

an ;: Beautifqland Palatka: Cocktails MtHugft, Dunham. Clopton, Second District. FOX .
.eraa J .c iLLl Red Raven sums Zem Zem Archer and, Baggett.Clerks One constable from. each justicedistrict. UNDERWOOD
, --- "The lid if Off" and Inspectors.The .
SMITH
.no r. as natural as a "Jonah." clerks and Inspectors will bechosen One chairman of Execctlve. com
Wrighton FOY-SCHOLES
10im o life !is what thep''! at the- next meeting of the mittee. -
: On the return trip from P\ratka. be One secretary. of Executive. committee. BLICKENSDERFETiAlso
will
I- Our say of our j committee which probably
Model Kitchen
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!X!b when the train was a short distance held, Saturday night two weeks. good second hand machines
of Executive
od north of that city a spread ng rail hen e. It was!! suggested that the I Twenty-three members ways on hand.
m- caused the trucks of one of the canto members of ths committee send in committee. I WILL TAKE YOUR OLD
Dining room and pantry goods as shown in our store should be viewed Photographsafter hit the ground and the accident re- lists- of those: wtom they o:' sire! to After :discussing; matters p rtAlniug MACHINE IN EXCHANGEFOR
meeting
doIty. br fT6rV admIrer( of pretty dishes. In our stock:we Included only articles sulted in a ,delay of about two hours, serve to the special committee, and to the coming elation tie!, the call of the A NEW ONE.
that prove useful : ren f train could reach the be jnv ted to be adjourned subject to Phone 380.
. and necessary to th3 modern housekeeper -each Item has 0 them.You'll or until a that the candidates
a Plain price ticket which show you just how little money jou' have to 0 0 ti seeing, scene to fix the- _track, : and put the car!present at the, next meeting of the chairman.: Corner Government and DeLuna Sta.
ipend( to get a supply. say so, on me rails again.': There: was owucrurcitling -
- i among the delayed passeners !"!! f. B. BRUCE

E Beautiful Decorated Dinner Ware. out-; that and there several was hints a "Jonah"were aboard.thrown '

t Kodak This idea crystalized when, a short 1 1ia
Pure white r I Woman
- Semi Porecelaln decoded ; + ; ,distance east of Tallahassee, the train When a .

wIth forget-me-nots and roses In t.ik S Nil upon which the delegates were returning Union Labor Hall
Duster! Developing and home came to a sudden stop In
3al
effect, gold traced, each piece she
sleepless!
I finishing' done In'a the woods. After the train' had been all run down, weak nervous and I {
r>ost for some time a con ... __ ottht to commence taking Hostetter'a Stomach Bit Room 1, Old Armory Building..
you only .. .. .. .... .. ....1Cc hurry and cheaper standing still -? of future trouble
ference was Aeld and It was decided [ STOMACH ters at once. These are warnings
than at any other b3 heeded. Some of the feminine or A LODGE ROOM ;
that the"Jonah" must be d'sposed! ot xERS1 and should
Of I place in the'. 'tf. III the the crowd was ever to reach gans have become deranged from overwork neg. sufficient to accommoJate
commute of four was lect, but whatjver the cause she will find t in! I
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This assortment clnslsts of fane Mali) orders given home'again. 75 people for rent at

.r\r\\ shape Cups and Saucers, Dinner, r prompt attention; appointed ,who, after due deliberation the HOSTETTER'S reasonable rate. i iMECHANICS'
Wrightoa was
F.
that T.
decided
IdIn11 ,; Breakfast, Bread, Butter and Cake If out picturescan't e
in of this I
and support
Bowls, man responsible BITTERS ;
tFancy
Plates, Meat DIshes STOMACH
suit"you you conclusion instances:: were cited of I e, 4 HEADQUARTERS !
: Fruit-Nappies and Jugs.
;' Coupe Soups ;
J '" _R Your pIck.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....10c'' can't be-suited.* wrecks and delays to trains upon a sure cure. Thousands have already done so In Where employers can se- i
iJ ,V'tX"\: The prices quoted :will! ,, give ,you a, We say Jha sam which Mr. Wrighton that was something a passsnger hap- It the past 50 years and their example is .surely a cure help. Office clerk in .
:AD \ t fair Ida ot the many money saving of our prices: Intact, it Is time said the genial T. F. startsto good one for you to follow. It always cures charge all the time. Phone '
opportunities our store offers. pens every 776 and will be sup
Nervous H.'dache: Bloating. iFalnting. Spells you -
-- anywhere.The w;
Your patronage appreciated. KauffmannROMANA go committee found >"Jonah" b Dizziness, ekache, Sleeplessness! Indlf tjon plied ;

.iliahef Wriht k
smokio* car diligently engaged with For preventing Chills, Colds, Grippe, Spring Fever'
THE BAZAAR AND PALAF X., th9 short black pipe which is his boon ,. ,or Malaria it ;fa,unequalled. Try a bottle.'! BUILD HOMES I i
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.. and immediately grabbed ,
Pensacola, Fla. companion ,, .
intention oftfIUi
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"BOSOM UP MY

'FOR SALE Deluna Street HOOTO> &$ WATSON.


: Don't Wait For Dead $1000-Business corner 2 blocks.west lts ABSOLUTELYReal i (Successors to Ttoos. C. Wilson 6 c Cx;
\ others
of Palafox rents $420:.per ,year, 1\1 rcha and estate Investments in a growing -

&1:1: $2400-blocks Good .piece east of of Palafox.property downtown two conslder'ng location should.change see.of profitable cjtyvare investment without question. anjona the,.most can Leading. Real Estate, Rental and Insurance AgencyList

Men's Shoes rents $%80'per year what we have to offer ton make nou' would like to pick up"
.the new sifeeLWe. .j
4t $4500-Property corner Baylen and to .,, a few dollars, come in and let us talkit

:rtS'i.,.r. .. $ ,S50-Wrlght.rent3 Lot 28 by 170$540, East per Romana year. can furnish"now a store contract office suit, :.:- 3 over room with cottage.you 413 6th ave.$650.' ef f Desirable Property for Sale.

:u-\; Buy Pensacola: Real state NOW. rents $!Ii6: per year. or building to 43x120 Main St. cor. Flor;da Blanca -

t 1 t It will be just like getting money from $3500-5 new. houses North Hajne, .jour special l lease or requirements sala;- T"- -. '.. ".. ,.' .. .... '.... .. .. ,*8i*) '
I" home. renting for $420 per 'jear. : House and lot South Spring St $4000 $12,500 Brick building.. South Palafox street lot extending backto
: !",j! a We can show jmi a number of fine $2000-'Store and dwelling, corner or' the land only for, .. .. ; 8 r oDl cottage' at F.sherville; fronting >bay Rents at $100 per annum. .
immed'ate: Improvement ; .
;;,1 _; Investments that are bound to enhance Coyle and Jackson renting $1)- I : sumnvrhomSjU
splendid
i make
f the bay.
on lines subject ;;: story brick buiilding, centrally located.
\aluc.
c in 0000-Two
9! month including small .. Ou.$1800 $10.
-per to our approval. Also 'J :.. .-._.;.. A. :
t4' -- dwelling adjoining lot 60xl2: have an ideal site for ... 6room: cottage E. Jackson. .$1500 $5,23000: -Two story: brick building East Government street. Rentsat
; INVEST YOUR MONEY AND GET large hotel. 4 'room cottage ,near R. R. shops annum. .
1 j. Buy Now RETURNS. good place. worth the money. .$1050 $540 per. :

how 12 room 2 story modern in every $3,700.00-r-Desirable south front corner lot, North Hill, near car line
Did you ever step to think hard
1 W1IIBeAs respect, fairly close in, good nMghOjors. 100x 50.. :
.,.L4 you worked for the money you have .. ,. .. ..' .. .. ......., ..$315Q :
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'-'1fji' _ _ saved up? And did you ever figure UP 5 kts" Jackson and 9th ave.$2550 $3,600.00-4. single and. 2 .double; "new tenement houses on corner on
how easy it earns mOore'for you when iModern .story 'dwell'n?, locatedon car line. Spjendid renting property bring'ng: $456 per annum.
'I wisely invested? And did It ever.oc Good as Paiafox. ]
: } North Hill lot 75x125......16000Swpll )(
I cur to you that when you, allow jour North Palafox: $3,500.00-At this figure for a short time. 25 lots fronting on Palafox
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cottage
: Pen 2cola Investment Company savings to remain id'e'! you are throw St.,. nothing:) little like It for the money .and':Bayleu' streets.: ing ray hard earned money! Why
!snot either invest in good renting but $5000. I $3.000.0Q0desira.1: />f one story 6 room dwelling 80x144 on car line
A. H. D'ALEJHBERTE, City Manager.W. .Several good propositions in rentIng .
McDavid-Hyer Company Weat Gregory street.We
t J t proved property, or'vacant lots that properties. paying 'good interest
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B. KNOWLES President It B. SIMPSON;Secretary. are increasing in value, or- lend It out 'South half of splend'd: block on BastHil' would be pleased to have Inquiries and show the abov. and
V..Pres. anti Gen. Manager. KNOWLES flYER, Treasurer. I at erjht per cant on good real estate Agents New York two well built, If have
I' J; J.L STILLMAN !, upon. which are other desirable; property in our agency. you property to SELL
; mortgages. Life Insurance Company. houses all modern conveniences and funds to lOan. opuses, to 'rent, or desire insurance, we would be pleased .
: Kael fatatct Lmanm, General Investment There is no better place than Pet- will sell'
8 E. Government.. Street. fronting improved avenue; to have'you consult us.HOOTON
saoola to properly invest I have one 'both. .. .. .. ... 15500
t'ti 215 South Palafox Street, Pcnsacola, Florida. client who made $100 last week on a Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. one or S
l loan real estate at rea.
fi Money,to on
thousand dollar investmentL in THREE .
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-:1. ,t ----- HOURS. You might do the same. aonable Insurance, placed in reliable -
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HELP I LESLIE E. BROOKS rates to !oan of on interest.real estate at reasonable -

I Now is the time to Invest in good in reliable 34 SOUTH, ,PALAFOX STREET.
WIANTHO
$4 dally -Responsible man to man Fire: Insurance placed PHONE 54. >
7; WANTED-Men everywhere; sites. East Hill lots
building now
Buy _
S. Palafox Fisher
circulars tack signs; no can age branch offics and distributing 204/2 St. Building. companies.
pass for and reap a big profit.
depot large coffee 'and spice company
steady. Continental DistributIng Phone 462. : at
: vassing owning its mills 8 lots near Stoddart's. :cheap
: 1 Co. Chicago. It.I I own ; salary .......... ...,. '.< ... ...-. ....$UOO
$200 monthly and commission, references L. S. BROWN & CO.
""AGENTS: WANTED: !"-'Experience!I i and investment of $1.000( ) required. 4 lots near Hagennan's residence for Sale.
.. .. .. -. ,.. .. ...- -.....$10QO STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
MiscellaneousCUT
: not necessary; pays for sickness. accident Address :Manager, 18 River St.. .. : : .Thiesen B l1ding. _
-it death. Address the Fraternal One whola' blo k' near car line. E. J. MRdgers. .
and Chicago. FRITZ
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STEAMER .POTTERY: .:
WORKS for
sale
Bankers of America. St. Louis Hill; an excellent bargain ....$1800 "WE'SELL- LOTS"TimberLands on East
25mar4t FLOWERS-Orders; promptly 5 lots facing Oporto square. East master. Passengers anu Hill, known as J. W. Kohler Porter

r; :jla WANTED and -Board for two young men filled foi roses, carnations. flowers 13th St.! '.. .. .. -.. ".. '"' ..$1230) Freight service between Pensacolaand ,Works, together with the machic! r..!
mother. Address Box 753. giving designs of.all kinds. :Miss Bertie engine bowls kiln
;\1ArEfl.-Saestnen: of ability and terms'and full and 5 lots near car line. East 8th St. Freeport. Fla* At Baylen street fixtures rtc, and
neat appearance to call on all merchants -I 24mar2t particulars. Smith. 616 N. Barcelona Phase651' each .. .. .. ..' ..... ... .$190 wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and including fine bed pottery clay For

In their territory; elegant sidelIne I TAILORING-B. 1. Diamond, Tailor.I Three lots corner Gadsden and carline others desiring to see places of intereston 103 further City.particulars. address P. O Box
1p '! convenient to carry: good commissions -,: WANTED party to buy a good business Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed fcnd i ; unsurpassed view of bay; beau- Choctawhaicnie' Bay and Santa _mch25.
; prompt remittance. Belmont well established good location repaired on short notice. No. 11% 'tiful s'te! .. .. .. .. .. ......$950 Rosa Sound should make this trip. FOR S ALB-17 lots north roalroaJ
Mfg. Co. Cincinnati. O. It* Palafox St.. Communicate with West Government' St. Pensa la.' Two lots E. LaRua near in .. $800 Special rates for: parties of ten'or St Good location for factory or
J D. C.. care Journal. 22mar Idee.J. 1a.1 I If you have lots to sell see me. If $200,00000 deals,and up; also farms more. For rates( 'or oieriniorma- luilding site. Also 8 lots across

:WAN'rtlD-Traveling salesman wanted you want to buy excellent sItes! call and city property for investment .or tion apply' on board or .address P. O. street. East of Stoddart place. Cheap: [

to sell groceries to country trade.t\\1A.1'IlTED-To' exchange a hammer-, .Palafox Ht PORTER street, sailmaker.Orders 716 taken South for on or phone me NOW.C.R.YAEGER. saw' mill and turpentine locations, vlr- Box 69%. Pemacola.; Fla i* sold a\ ones Jno. H. Kohler, care
Man
We shipments Address Saunders Mill 00. phone 717
prepay less double barrel shot gun for second stools and house g:n pine, timber, cypress hardwoods ,
114 Market St. St Louis Mo. tents, awnings camp mch23-1w/!
ager.
.I i hand Wheel. Gun is as good as, cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. stock farms etc., Saw; mill and turpentine _
:lt __ new. Address Box 352. 25inar1tWANTJ1D.A LOSTLOSTGo1d FOR STLB-'A nice fat donkey in
I ;WANTED: -Young woman stenographer SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- land a specialty. Call on us first class condition. Price Hi:!
must have some, experience.lA.pply partner In paying busi ing & Co.. wholesale. and retail ship or:address Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fisher Real Estate Agency 25mcH
; ness. Will bear investigating. chandlers and grocers only first-class No. 202 Thlesen Building.. Phone 686SPECIALBARGAINS broach with pearl in center -
buildI
at my office 300 Thiesen Fla. FOR SAiLE.-Parlor and bedroom set
; jag Monday morning after 9:30. Minnie Small capital required. Apply P. 0.1 I house of kind in city. fair prices to all. Wednesday;evening. between 219 chairs, dresser, ,tables, Ice box rfrlgerator .
E. Kehoe. 2tA..1'IlTEDYoung Box 753. 17marl6t* AYMARD E. Government and 22% W. Government stove and hat rack. 'Applv
i Fine stationery,wedding invitations TURNER & '
!
; ARCHITECTURE Plans. Specifications! visiting cards..tally cards., etc. CeliaM. St., or in postofflce. Reward for to 517 E. Zarra'gossa St. 25marlw*
:\\'! man as stenographer Wilson 22% W. Government -
I J. A.
and details for return to .
furnished
in modern cot. Robinson representing Th Chas. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two: lighters:
I r- r and office stating hoApply salary wanted own tages $5 00, Blue Prints of fine dwelling H. Elliott Company of. Phllade'phla.Smarlm. Real Estate ani St Zlmarlt'LOSTilver one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
hand writing:
drawn to suit the most fastidious.

.- Address._ _"B."_care_ Journal._ _21mar5t_ Chas. W. Howe: Bagdad. Fla. .in I Abstract Company, ,watch, open face. 16 lumber. the Rates other' reasonable.thirty thousand Also two capacity -
4 I live Pensacola corner 11th return
size. Reward for to 209 E.
FEW DAYS ONLY! .
FOR
14marl2t '
WANTED-A cook.,Apply Capt. street and 15th avenue.in New City Sawmill and Turpentine ,Land :a Spec- Garden. 21mar skiff boats for sale cheap 22' ft. long.

Pearce. Fort Barrancas, 'Tla WANTED-Contribut'ons' for the Or and will take care of your; Piano by ialty.P. ;5) ft. beams. Telephone or write J. \

22marlw.WIANTED. phans'' Home.. Money clothes eatables the year at a low figure. Refelt. 11 15 block 97 Chaffln & Co. MIlton! Fla. 25m3r!
Lots to Fhrlda with wreath design
0. Box 115. DaFonlak Springs, LOST-Gold hat pin,
etc. received. Notify Mrs. Wm. clean out, etc. Phone Household goods bed
-A house man Apply 619 tune 802. 2 with a small bird inside. Re- FOR SAJjB-
N. Palafox St. corner Gadsden. /iFlsher president! or Mrs. N. McK. rings.. J. Conrad Scott. 8marlm r Belmont numbering.....5650 ward for return to 426 E. Gregory} clothing linen and dishes. Apply
Oertin's. secretary. 4mar 551 R Government St. 25marlm
WE LEARN you to make mirrors at EGGS FOR HATCHING. "" """ "' "" +5.na'f"I''fI'1: %Omarl w.
N. Barcelona
Two lots
home. Full guaranteed formula $5. 'WANTED-The public to know that From' my prize pens of S. C. Rhode : ONLY I ... TYPEWRITERFORoo.l
.K
P. F. >L Co, Box 472, Pensacola. Fla. we can do all kinds of repairing tsalnd Reds and S. C. 'Brown Leg- between Gregory and S PLOATIHC< T" I TIP : I second hand Rem-Sho, in excellent

: ISmarlm float buildIng. horse shoeing etc. J. horns finest pens in the south $1 to : PliRCOLATOR. __ 'P"- condition $35. 20marli)
: G. Welsh Carriage ,Co. 27feb $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; Wright .............",,:,...,$1500 lie t.si. A.,p.t A.,...,... .. Is..s1Negw.w.I4. FOR RENT
WANTED-Good cleaner and presserat I also agent for the famous Banta Incubators / tile. I FOR SALE-Freight and passenger

once. No. 9 E. Intendencla. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand and Brooders Drop me a ::::. =. B'ORE'TEA : FOR RENT After April 1. two six boat; two 25 h. p. Murry & Ire-

13mar. Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafozSt. card and I will call. E. ,L. McFadden Leslie E. Brooks t..ra" 15w' ,..,,--,. room cottages on north hilL Apply gurtha gas engInes; lertgth 66 !toO

:WANTED-FIrst class laoy stenogra Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry ]Farm R. i I.snlmUJu'lNmulill"Board B. F. :Wolfe at' Citizens National beam 18; draught 3 ft; launched Nor

pher. Address in own handwriting ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran f. D, No. 1. ,Pensacola Fla. Bank. mch25-lw ember 190;). Powerful tow boat Ton
teed. Careful ,attention given ladies'garments. 7marlm 42. Delivered! ,anywhere in
fcith references Office Work Care nage
Phone 122 .. Sfeb Fisher and Rooms.FOR .
:iPt Building. state. Price $5.750. Write J. M
: JournaL 4mch. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for .
;:
Fla. 20marl
., _ _ _ WANTED.-Hauling and transfer tick furnished if desired. All done .- RENT-Newly furnished rooms rent,suitable for furniture or other Rowley. Miami. _
work. Office phone.363; residence. in good order on short notice Leave very reasonable. Apply 20 W. Ro- goods, 104 and IOC South Tarragona FOR SALE-40 acre farm 10 acres la
Money to Loan. phone 390. Acoeta k White. 22 28 N. orders at Green &; Watson. Phone mana St. 25marlw St. Phone 630 ,- .30nov pecans; 2miles south of Chipley on B

.r- --- -j---- Tarragona St. 25mar. 193. 7mar NEW REAL ESTATE LIST C. & St. A. R. R.; also 120) acres, ;W:
AlONEY; TO LOAN-Everybody borrows LARGE double furnished room with acres improved 2 4 miles from to*a.
'I money: from Jno. A. Hall & WANTED.-The Merchants TransferCo. MRS. H. S. CHUNN will receive pupils board. Hot and cold water bath Business Opportunity Address J. B. Hogeboom A)"cock, Fla.
: : { ..jCo., 16 E. Government street. When wants your moving and baul1n in shorthand at her resldenco. FOR SALE and use of phon ,No. 865. Apply 415 Smarlm_

In need cstfl on us. 9feblm All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnop.sen. :321 N. Barcelona St Terms. .$500 a W..Gregory. 24marlw
i4.S \. Prop. Phone 978. ISjunelm.WANTED advance.. < -- -- $5000 buys an established business on ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elf-
;iNEY LOAN3D on all kinds month in 4mchlmo. Six houses In West King Tract ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or u'n. Palafox street. Good :local as wellas trio car line; sIx lots 100 ft. rest

i S son: .l piopeny on short notice.of per- -To buy, old gold and ,silver TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION renting for $30 per month ...$2850, furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 out of town trade. ,Owner leaving by 137% deep corners $700. inside
J. B. Gray & Co. broken up stuff regardless of AND" RETURN-The I .un h'Le- E Gadsden St. 24marlm the city. ISee ,J. W. Coons.. at Pen I lots $600. There are no better sifti
t Terms flomanLPlM1e easy. 1165. 2 W. sizes. Cash paid. LIgntman &; Klein, Clair leaves Palafox: street wharf 9 a. Rouse in West End. renting for sacola Investment Co 23marlw* tions than these lots.: A. V. Clut .
ifeb 106 E._Wright, Phone 1127. m. daily. Fare round trip ,25 cents. $10 per month good neigh- NICE comfortable furnished room

MONEY 'to LOAN.-On real.estate or Special rates to parties. Pavilion toorhood. .. .. .. .. ..$1000 pleasantly s'tnated' one block from --- ------ -- -------- -
I other STiflicienv! security by aypl WANTED--A. R Bingham wants phone 65i:>. C. H. Burton. Manager. I bay on car line suitable for house
to T.hos. Pebley, cor. Palafbx ana> your moving and hauling. He guai'antees mch4-lm Five lots on North Hill if takenat keeping. Cook stove or gas or wIth- FOR SALE!

i.- jag Romans up stairs. IZnoT-m. all breakage. Phone 630. once. .. .. .... .. ....$3000 out. Apply 501 .E Government St.
.MATTRESSES- and retail 24raarl2
-4--MONEY TO LEN.D -On gOOd real es- I will tune and repair your piano and manufacturers and, .dealers in Five lots fronting Toledo square. -----

tate eecuritv. or on good collateral: organ as cheap as any one; guarantee cotton, moss and ILC.; .. mattressesand New Citv. .. .. .. .. ......$1000 I I ROOMS CHEAP-FurnIshed' or unfurnished 10 LOTS ON, NORTH BAYLEN STREET A SPLENDID INVESTMENT;
r.ttea. Leslie E. best and neatest work. Prompt be-tf! springs. Second hand furni- rooms on the hill; after April'
;jj} at lowest brooks One block in New.City on carline \ THIS PROPERTY SHOULD BRING I NOW IMMEDIATE
$2500 FOR
ti., Fisher bnildHg. 21Jan attention and satisfaction.. Phone 802 ture bought and sold. Upholsteringand 1st location high and healthy. Closeto
( I4*; 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. 8marlm repairing done. Old mattresses .. .. .. .--. .. .. ....$.tOOO car lina. Apply at 314 E. Strong. ..$200000
UI4 MONEY LOAVED all kindsof personal renovated; new ticks furnished If desired Half block in New City on hard Phone 1213. 16marl2t)
property on short notice WANTED.-The public to know that 240 ft. on Wright St. by 1S2 ft. deep, 506 East Jackson 2 story 8 rooma
114 E. Belmont, St., city.
J. W. be bought at FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished fine, warehouse site cheap at $5000 and delightful
fa Terms easy. Bullard. upstair old newspapers can Phone 771. Davis Mfg Co.. C T. Da road overlooking Bayou Texar $1500 ball] house bath gas
i 28% South PalaCox: St.. Phone 1144 this office for fire cents a bundle. Theyare of rooms at P. Stone. 17 N. Palafox. neighborhood lot 93x150. $:::500,
vis.Igr.::\ These are all first-class! pieces 80 ft. on .East Romana St, 240 ft.
.
all clean and nice.. ___ ______ ________ _. Zlmarlw.WA.NTEDA. room and hall house on Norta!
*tLt ____-___' ,jnor C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher property and are gilt edge treat East .of. Palafox St. a good hotel. or /
Harne with all modern conveniences
UNLIMITED amount ot money to Joanon WANTED.-Eleetric work of eh k'nd.! shop and grocery store corner' Davis ments. few boarders at 212 W. business site for Immediate sale; *.''. -

I All kinds of personal property Let us clean your fans reair Your and Brainard Sts.. Your" pa: ron- Gregory New house, good neigh- large dwelling.house on.same, $12,500. 5 fw-room cottage and reception hal,
Special rates to business men. on large dynamo do: jour vlrinj. etc. Paona solicited Satisfaction borhood an4 on car line. ISmarlm I
age gua'anteed. 201 ft. on'the south side of Garden back and front gallery, clos'!ts. hous e
loans. The New York Loan Co, 204% 570.. Pensacola. Electric. Co.. 205 'S. Phone 915. Imarlm* D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. FOR. RENT-3 furnished rooms for St. by 160 ft. deep on Tarragona and new and in good condition. large lot.

: South Palafox. Baj Icn.HOTEL WATTS AND COLES-Contractor*,I rent. Apply' corner Chase and I Manressa streets!,,the best warehouse can be bought on easy terms $1200or

-. S -- and builders. Estimates on all kind REAL ESTATE Spring Sts. llmnrlw wholesale business 'site in. the,. 715 North Baylen St. 7 room 2 storY

_4 t. of building and repair work. Satisfaction NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.i city, 20000. res'dence, lot 70x125.:! every nwd.ra:

= guranteed. Phone 1208. office RENTS AND LOANS Newly furnished clean and: nice I 40 ft on Spring St between.Garden: convenience. $5000.i" .
.
_ I :208! N. Reus. 28feblm near poetofflce. "Apply at 18% ,E:: and Romana streets,! $4000. Corner 8th avenue and 12th stw..
Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. 5 room and hall cottage gas, city. -
30 S. Palafox St. '
I CARRIAGES repaired and' repainted. 7janlm. 40 ft. on East Romana St:, east of ter large lot. can be bought on easj
SITE. Floats built to order. Horse shoeing Phone 234. and adjoining Bass &; Co., 4000. terms at $1700
a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. Old newspapers at five cents a!bundleat
: 27feb --,- --- this office. They are all clean 144; ft. on East Garden by 192 ft. 6 room and hali cottage on Eist:
_; j jrt and nice. deep at 14400., Gadsden<< St.. between' Davis and C'!!*
i 5 lots on 'the southeast corner avenue a nice home and oo.i neig! -

;; Wanted. Which Do You Like? : Spring and Bayten Sts.' splendid. borhood cheap at $1900.00.

::4 I t 'S i' : HOTELS.THE building site,_$2oOO.> s. w.; % Wock 2.8> New City, Oi
4 : 't: SECOND HAND CLOTHING, WANTED 2 lots Cervantes, between Sprirfg northeast corner 12th ave and 15th
\ The best situation In the city. for;a'-*"*3 -Highest price paid for gent's Native or. Western Beef! ?11 11JUST BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms and Bajlen Bit, 60 ft by 125 ft. deep. St. a splendid! building site $lu0O.O0a

-k 1 clothing only. Sell second hand 'goods f good beds. Free baths and sample nice building .ite. ,$1300. "S...
tourist hotel. 130 feet frontingsouthy< > Romana
; Two. East
: Dress suits for rent. E. Intendenc room. $2 per day. Special attentionto 3 lots cottaJes on
11 rL I 9 ,. RECEIVED 35 DOZEN !FRESH 011. Strong SL, between 10th
$6 Per
: for
.ft No.
522 and 56 renting
J. :
by 172 feet deep on East Government : I traveling men. R. Brown ProP.. and 11th ,avel1ue this Is very heap
:
.
{ r FINE. FAT. month good investment, $600.at
I ,', WANTED,-All' kmar ot electrical GOPHERS D runi&k Springs. Fla. ISmarlm $650. -

street, overlooking. Seville square. "'-' batteries work. ani I sell other all kind electrical ol electrical supplies..I Cudahy's Diamond (C) Hams and: CENTRAL .HOTEL. CHIPLEY=.Opdepot 4 lots on,the.southwest side of Rens 6 room and han cotts'ge at Fisher.
Breakfast Bacon or Armour's Gold: Large and well lighted St. between Degoto and yule lot 60x125, fronting on tM bar,
r; I and. Adams street with open view of When you need me ring,345. or 955. Strong. for a
E. W. Peake. new SUP laandry build Band. rooms. Free sample: room. Meals atall few days, $J755. ; $1800.
Pensacola bay $10,000 ,ill buy'th <: Garden. IBdec.WANTED. We slice them both to suitOr I hours. Special attention to traveling We will 'bt .ready Monday Little
ing. E. to deliver at
5 Soom and hall cottage
( ,
ti- ** -t.-i-I : maybe you like Mutton or: men$200'per day. J. M. Tug- ..
I' -. property f- / -" J deeds of toe. MaxentTract property Bayou lot 100x140. on the water, a d s
: .
:
t19 \ >
') : .-Real Estate for' sale; or Pork. I have them. gle. Prop. 13marlm sold. -
.. '" rent leae or exchange. Your business Finest line of cakes in the city. CHIPLSY I1O'1'1L'-Cart ; : : : lightful home, $1500.

8i4c ., t' }' respectfully solicited. J.fA.' Wilson Staple and Fancy Groceries. I Setterllnd. at'the low i
'::. Prop. Special attention, to commer MONEY rate, of Interest on vacant or Improved city propert1THE
< : 1 -'> Real Estate Agent 22W. Government Still 20 pounds of Standard Granu-' ciaf traveleraFree sample and bath '

: :. -v.> "f j Street Room' 7, Salisbury i lated Sugar for $1.00. rooms. ,Urge rooms with good beds. COLLECTION RENTS A SPECIALTY.If .

: building. Phone 172. 22Jan I All other prices in proportion! $2 per day. 13marlm ycur,rent.r.tur are not satisfactory give us a trial.

.jL'v. CLUBBS. WANTED-We .orders foi I )TEL.-Open sight
want jour BAY H and day.
t : 1907 Art Calendars, Over 300 original Moyer, on the Square, European plan_ Rooms light an4 The
T : designs to select from, All I' clean. Transient trade solicited. Fisher Real Estate Agency
J prices. Maye$ Printing' Co., Pensaco- Corner Government and Alcaniz.' 575-579 S. PalafoL Js4. S. NIcolau. ,

.,. : ---- -trs* --.- ..- 16feb. Phone 718. Prop. 204 South. pelafese. rlo...a .1.


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fr<'IIerty FOR that Is not SALE culls or rejects. i s i COMPANY j -o(,4'.,. Political Announcements.

a'Jdng their first appearance on tho l' ,..
:!!irket; at very attractive prices for For Tax Collector.
Dangers of Defective
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PlumbingDefective I
or Investment. hereby announce myself a candidate -
(
nowrge' *ell shaded lot front 140 on | COMMISSION BROKERS : ':lpp.b cc,ic.phb for re-election to the office of

Or eor! .\ street and 140 on DeLeon plumbing permits the entrance Tax ',Collector for Escambia county.

.' .$2600Co" into the house of sewer gas bearing of .. at the primary to be held on May 15. '
FtICt germs ctagious
,'!" corner lot. corner 9th ave andCvant. : II WEST INTEND EN CIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.* : There's diseases to which the human 1906. I solicit your 'vote. :
sjstem readily succumbs.
s. 40137 ft.?GOO Respectfully,
corner lots corner 9th ave. the: life' J. S. ROBERTS. "

anj fourots ChOlCtj: tJ: street.40x150 80x137-on north.side$650 9th/ ij I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0.,. and Chicago.conONSTQCKSGRM.PROVISIONSandBONDS. I arid vim of youth Is Your Plumbing System Defective ? For Representative.I -;

St- Between. 9th and 10th aves.. each I in Sewer, gas is. not necessarily generated in the sewer, but is am a candidate for member of the! !
O | j ji every bottle.Invigorating. House of Representatives from Ea- -:
$ 10th and frequently created in the plumbing within the house cambia
Tout lots on corner ave. system andenters County, subject to the Democratic ( 1

lath St .. .. .. .. ..$1300 the apartments through defective fixtures. Primary. I earnestly solict: -:;
!\ic* fflodern 6 room house on East ; Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. S t the support of the voters of tie coun

'flu newly papered and painted. SOx Strengtheni .The most danger ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR.

150 Two ft choice 101. price corner$1800 lots; rents 80x150.$14 corer :i: Reference: First National,and Peoples Baaks. Phone 11 73 j Keeps the systemingoodtrim. ii IIt. I I ous sewer gases are For Courty Treasurer. ,;.

and 10th St.. $900 I often inodorous'and I will be a candidate in the demo '
Thr'rtl:!) avp houses three rooms each 1 .................................................. \ J- therefore not discovered cratlc primary of May 15 for r -nQml. :

tlwe rooms and'hall. one block Adds .5 t_ nation to the office of county treasurer. '
ions life.GDELsELLIT
f-om car line. North Davis St .. --- -- new V.--. p until fll-health ., The support of all democrats will
cottages near $3.t00'1 5- be: appreciated.
Two nice -4- renders "an
depot If taken quick. .. ..'..14200 I necessary J. ED. WILOAMS.:
100 foot close! in. water front lot I : S i: 1 _j examination of conditions -

quick s>ale.$6000 i S '" _. I.1 S j ; but often too

pjlafos Central street.located A'business fine! Investment.houses on: IDLE MONEY IS 1 1I '3 "B It B" Atlanta S late to repair" the ((1 m-... JroessionaiDirectoryTHOS.! .. :

I I done.
JiO.OW. I S S4 age i

mr PEBLEY
FOR RENT.
I ,
t.t If you are in
Three choice! offices, fine place well 1 LAW. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
doubt consu1 us ,
regarding -

ventilated.g2: North. Hayne St, three rooms I MONEY WASTED McMillan ,Bros. Co.- S the piping,also COLLECTJCEL.

and hail, ...$$7.00 the replacing of defective -, PALAFOX AND ROM AN A. .
814 North Hayne St. three rooms I

and hail . .$6.00 I S S fixtures withIStaixIattr PHONE &51.
Store bouse good stand North S S Porcelain -

Hayne St ... .$10.00 -4 t I I Enameled Ware : T G M 0. i

H. T. CRAWFORD -Why,'keep it-iri unsafe places _. .: !r.:1- which is acknowledgedthe ; YATES ,

315/z South Palafox I Streef. 'when we will safely care : '. .: : I ?:s f the best sanitary equipment OPTICIAN ."

.,. in the world. 306 THIESEN BUILDING
'for it-and pay 4 per cent .:_ MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. S

For Sale : }' ; WICKE & CO.
_j interest. Put:your money to .f'f : HICKS

.
work. "
ron SALE-Ten new and second T I' CAPUDINE

second: hand office safes different I r7rb I iMMEDlATEXjf CKRta

fixes best makes at bargain prices. I. Naval Stores. .. .1411' :L HEADACHESW J'

gcarntt Moreno office East GdVernmeni I Savannah, Ga., Mar. 24.-The naval ".COLD3

St. 24mar J( stores market closed today as follows: W.?

FoR-SALE:..80 acres good land three W\V. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......e 00 2LHALL&CO frill' oeovas
miles south of Chipley. Twenty I WGN .... .. .. ..... .......... ..5 95 ______ lOt. 4iPr .

acres in cultivation and pure spring FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF .... ..... .... .'..'.. .... .....5 75 WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS .
water Will sell for cash or'on t : : 1\1.... .. .. .. .. .... .........535 1
Apply A. Hogeboom. Chlpley. Fla. K.... .... .... ..' .... .... 4 60 FOUR FULL QUARTS _

:Sfeb. tme.I'I PENSACOLA FLA. I.... .. .. .. .. :........... ..435 \ ...OF... .
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II... .. .,. .. .. .. ,..4 15
W II.KKOWLM.: Prea. W.K. Ja. "t.
HTBH. V.-Prea.
IXR SALE OR RE."JTew six room T.VT. BRBXT and W N.ROBKRTA, Aut.Cashier and*Cier.. G .. .. .. .. "..'.. .. .. ..3 85 ,
THE mm OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY--
kous on East Hill In excellent location Dra CTOR8 P. C. Brent. W. A. Bloont. W. H..,Knowlos, W. K. Hrer. Jr. F.j.. ... :. ... ... .. ..3 80
on two large lots; block and a D. O. Brent. 'B #. .. .; .. .. .. ... .. .. ..3 SO
half from car line; cement basement -- D .. .. .. .. ..' .. .., .. 380 FOR $3.SO.

beneath, large airy rooms -shower N Ie.. .. .. .. .;. .-: .. .. .. ..3 80 Other brands at rock-b ttom prices. You get your I
b ath and sewer connections. For i
Spirits turpentine 69 cents.
particulars address, House care Journal S lit w -- goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial

17mar /tie. '''0:1. 'AUSILEYOS$ REPORTS order.. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. '

f.fUA'itD EGGS-Received daily C.W.UUAR. President. JOHN PFEIPFER. Assstastci.l! : .,. vcrpafel-Cotton Market. ,
and every egg guaranteed; 25 cents M.E.CLARK.Vlc -f rnld..t and Cathtor. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant CiJhltr.,
C10M
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4marlw'I J' b.-M.r.......;.......4...................588BJ(8 I Order "Y'cn.1r
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Jlar.-April............;..................... ( DR.J.H.MOCUDental
prn.M.y .5.00 1 'ICE COAL and WOOD
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FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers ,
Kay-J'IlA..S..ld '
PfNSACOLA._ FLA. ....5.99
at live cents a bundle. This of1XR .Jun..Jal -....". i""j'"....... ......: :frorxa. the Surgeon.
1J.ce. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY bF UNITED STATES ..lu1r'Ancua&.......:.................=....... J.94 I iN 'Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company !

SALE-My home corner 10 ave. .A.uarut-Septem.bel'...-...................6.91 I M Offtc--corner: Chise and TarraconL' .. Ph.... 259.S. Crown. and Bridge Work a Specialty.
and Cervantes St Th's! is a bargain CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,00) S September-October ....'........ .......... 11.3": Painless Extracting of Teeth.
: if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. October-Norember' ................ ,...... .M
U mar. DIRECTORS.: NcT) mber-Dec.,mb.p ................... ...6.07 2&y2 S. Palafox St.

,, Deoeotier.JoU&z7........... ......... .. .. 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.
Covtngtooi Frank : "
1XR SALE Farm of 40 acres under Henry L. Reilly, F. E. Bra ", S Liverpool Spot.j 03. "* Phone 1077.
fence with improvements part in J. M. Pfelffer. W. Rosasco. .C. W. Lunar' .... 5
cultivation. Cash or time 600.00 Ap-! Bryan Dunwody' T. F. McGourin ...R.Snuiders! ,' New YorkfCotton CATARRH
jly to Thos. Pebley. 23marlW A. M. Avery W. ".,..lIIon, 0. E. MauraK. Market.Opeh DR. C. BENNETT '
W. L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah MvKenzle Oertlnd, High Low Cose: :,
fOR: SALE-Fast and gentle horse Alex McGowlo, C. "4. Covington. M. E. Cl rk. January 10.52 10.55 10.52 I
suitable for family use; also set of M&rch..i.g 1001 10.9 lO.s. V FOUL BREATHIf OSTEOPATH.WILL .
I HO.OI
tew harness. Apply 810 E. Gadsden May
1108 '
Soft 1117Wheat.
Aooounts Banks, Individuals,Corporations Firms ltod. lI.ns! ILlH
St 22marlw* July 11.12 RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN '
R>R S'.u..E-Eggs_ from standard bred Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. '-j August ,U.rln.DI ILl7 11.10 ioo U.034t 11.16-17 You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant SACOLA APRIL lit
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prize Barred fifteen .49 From the Nose Into the Throat If You Have
inning Rocks I DtembT..........15.50 10.4610.48-49 Dripping ,
$1130; fifty $2. Also Ohio Improved _, New 10.63 10.49 IO.5I-:1:
York
S. Spots. 11.15 Foul Sickening Breath That is Catarrh. I
Chester White PIgs. pedigreed. Mrs. it!I ,
Uizle B. Fla. ..,........i .. .............O.................... ,. 'I i
liaarlm*Hughes Chlpley : J; S. REESE'President! E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.I ; S Open =1S Low Close CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.Ii I NOTICEThe
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R. M.' CAll!. Vice-Prealdent. May 'f i 7Yj "
-- July..........-78 7S3.! i83 711" your breath foul Ii your voice husky mucus membrane, and B.B.B. sends a rich. I Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute .
FOR SALE 2000 stocks green sugar THE PEOPLE'S BAMK OF PENSACOLA. i iDirectors 'rl 4 'l1J. It your nosa stopped Do you snore at nIght tingling flood or warm-rlch,pureblooddlrect I In the United States where the
t Corn.Open Do you sneeze a greatdeilT Do you have ire- I to the paralyzed nerves mucus membrane
ane at $.150 per hundred. Can be used S the Do have Cocaine and habits
quent pains in forehead you bones and Joints, giving warmth and Opium Whiskey
L J. J. S. Reese R. M. With
Iff seed or chewing. D. M. :Merritt Rteves. W. DeC. Kassler. Cary, ; )(. Low Cloae pain across the eyes? Aro yon losing TOOT strength Jmt where It is needed and In this I can be cured without exposure and
(dye. Fla. 21nirl; I W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. .1..44" 4% isr J' sense of smell Is there a dropping In the .war making a perfect, lasting cure of
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4 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 4; 4I'' 44 44S throat Are you loaln?your sense of ta.tet catarrh la all its forms.
ECTi31tOWNiEti1tQRNSKulRughes : Are yon gradnally gettIng dealt Do you hear DEAFNESS 20 days' time required. Describe
YOUR ACCOONT'IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .. buzzing sounds? Do you navo ringing In the
Strains; egg record, 240 per ...... .......mmLT0WGRB.Pa&sIDasT....................... .. ..... .. LISTENand ears? Do you suffer with nausea of the If yon are gradually growing deaf or are already your case and I will write you an
Js3eL The farmer's and fancier'scken. stomach? Is there a eonsL.itbad taste In deaf or hard of hearing, try Botanla opinion as to what I can accomplishfor
.: Eggs for hatching. An all remember the next time you surfer the mouth Do yon have a hacking cough Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most forms of deafness you.. Ask your family physicianto
I from pain-caused by Do you cough at night? Do you take coldeasily or partial deafness are caused by catarrh
IrJle guarantee. Prices: Pen No. er-when damp weath K so,you have catarrh and in curing catarrh by B. B. B. investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley 104
l $12, pens Nos. 2 and 5. $1.50 for 15. L T. KB. :.w-cr.L'lS.: VIOII'PIUlllmn'or. your head nearly, bursts Catarrh la not only dangerous In this way thousands of men and women have had N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Ga.:
Ssanyside M.BUSHNFtiLn CASHIER. MANSFIELD MOR NO.Ass.asermt from neuralgia-try Ballard's Snow but It causes nlceratlonideath and decay ofbonesloesof ,their hearing completely restored.
Poultry Farm
DeFuniak Liniment thlnklngand reasoning! power, otaDlcBloodBatmB.n.B.J.pteal.Bt( ) ;
It '
Springs; na. References-anyone in Citizens National Bankof 'Will cure you. A prominent kills ambition and energy,often causes loss and safe to take. Thoroughly tested for
** city 13marlmOR business man of Heaipstead of appetite Indigestion, dyspepsia, raw SO yrg. Composed of 1'ura botanic IDgrr Florida and Alabama
FensaeoU. Florida.Dl'lccr01ri. Texas, wrtes: : "I have used throat and reaches to general deblllty.ldlocyand *dlents.v treiigthrna Weak Stomachs,
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your insanity. It needs attention at once. care Dyspepsia. Irlc 81 larire bottle.
SALE Grocery store and residence 5- iment. Previous to using It I was a Cure It \>y taking Botanlo Blood Balm Take a*directed. If not per;cur.d when
combined including stock: Geo. W.Wnjbt. Morrui Bear. T.\Velles.. Rix M.Robinson. L. Hilton Ore"n. great sufferer from Rheumatism and (B.B.BJ. -It la a qalck,radical,permanentcure I right quantity It taken; ,money refunded. LAND COMPANY
tnures. etc; nice home good water Neuralgia. I am pleased beeaaie It rid the system of the poi.ongerms Sample Sent Free by writing Blood Balm ;
.A GENERAL/ BA\KI\G BUSINeSS TRANSACTED to say that that cause catarrh. Blood Balm Co..Atlanta,Ga. Describe your trouble .
tne whole block under fence. Cash now I am free from these complaint*. (B.B.B).purifies the blood, does away with II and special free medical advice io cult Manufacturers of \.
(caI) '!* Corner Maxwell and 6th ave I I am sure I owe this to your liniment*' every symptom giving strength to the entire your case, also sent In sealed letter. and Dealers in I

Mrs Z P. Ryan, P. O. Box 614. ._- ----..-, Sold by all druggists. I LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
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10R! SALE:=Two-story; house--contain R PICV. ,..... A -6)_ COWholes&l J o. ..:.u.,. One half pound ofOYAMA I........... ...................................... i.
'nS eleven rooms, corner lot $Sx: r,_ ,-, .Jt;. S r. .. : '
Jf* For information apply 501 W.: and KeUil Dealer ta TEA I i : : j Morris Dannheisser

gLase 11 mar I Steam,, Domestic, Anthracite / fA I will make the same quantity 1:1.I Iron Works Supply Co.

l' >SALE-Four room house with and BlacksmithS V-/ L. pound of the cheap? kind. as one Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, : (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)

bath> at Gonldln with two lots 1 Office-No.' 43 South' Palafox street Telephone, S?. Quality Counts. FORGINGS, MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP : Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin. .
Appito L. M. Davis. P. O. Box 633 sfeets. Phones 6 and SPECIALTY. attention all Wines; Beer and Tobacco.
Clty- Yard comer Tarragona and Gonzalez 372 = REPAIRS A Prompt given to
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IQmarlm*, w SANCHEZ day or nighU Agents for James McKay & eo.'. celebrated 1
i TRIAL OF
w A "ED-To loan money on your I' : !Timber Dogs,also chains of all delcri ttons. Office phone % ofders.j Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty

watches. Jewelry and personal ef- NOT YET CONCLUDED ':_AA dence phone 1029.___ __P.__O.__Box A-123. PHIL WITTMAN: 12, W. Zarragoasa Street.
wcti Highest cash price for old ForSate A GOOD CARRIAGE. yT..T.TT TTTT TYTY S
ad sliver! gold : : The trial of Hospital Steward I. J. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
Lightman &; Klein. 106 E. Sanchez the .
upon charge of S
wright! When want a good carriage scandalous
Phone 1127. FOR SALE-Beautiful fcocK In New you
Wit City. Tract No. 311. For caah $600. prompt. service and safe and careful. conduct, which has been in
SALE.
-improved and unlmprov- Apply to A.,),I. McMillan.Court Houaa. treatment. remember the original progress before a naval court martialfor
rt property in all parts of the city. the past ten days, has not yet
i.A. XViUOn &; Co., Real Estate Agents laus HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. been concluded.
ltrntn 1. Salisbury building. Phone FOR SALE-A. ft. BIngham hai It Is probable that it will be at 4ULLQT
11; good team of mules for sale. See PHONE 185. rI
23jan I I.UU3. I,I least .four, days before the testimonyand mitRPAW
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----- them on hfa new float. feb2 founded in 1892 EXPR35 ,
] .-I .It was and it has a arguments 'are finished In the
Pope Mfg.Co.and can am sell agent for the FOR SALE=Only 4 ,ov-n Boar.pigs reputation for polite: and careful drivers case. ? ,
autos I
iron $ oo.oo up. They cost you less than sired by Duke,or Florida 68923 out and the best informed cabmen in
horses to of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore, 5S54*." the city. Following are the membersand
keep
They For mild action of
up. the
can be run a easy bow.
lu with registrations and their hack numbers '
sand All guaranteed .
1 Leslie E Or Brocks.anywhere a horse can go.I I pedegrees. Carl ett rlind. Chipley. A. M. Sol man, No. 1;-A. J. Leggett els, a single dose of Doan's Regulets 'f. ;4
is t .enough. Treatment cures habitual
'26nov. No.5 J- Stallworth, No. 7 J. E. Morris 1
t Fla ; ;
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RSA.wy e constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask *oTssf00
property -16 E. Bra- No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr. No. 11; C. IIQTS,
IAlard 51 consisting of four lots 40 CREW,NOTICE. H. Taylor No. 12;' O. Abde'cothe! No. your drugist for them.
::1150 feet: a hQ story dwelling con Neither ,the .captain, own 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear. $1150k
talning rlosets 6 rooms, hall ways bathroom ers n 'consIgnees of the old No. 21; S. Bibbs. No. 26; M. Patterson One half pound ofOYAMA YJ .-i 9'i

sell, *n TEA
LReese entire property for 13000.00. E. be responsible: for debts All the above are nice, eland car- ", ;
22feb contracted by the crew of riages. ". .
S will make the quantity -
same as ono
..TtSTRE said vessel, Signed J. STALIAVORTH. Pres.
of ? kInd
EIVED-Large S pound the cheap
hnPOned st1lpment of J.C. ClARKE Captain. By C. H. TAYLOR Sec. and Trea. .
Olive OiL : Counts.Heavy
Retail Quality
nllon or larger by.plnt. GULF TRAINSIT: OCv Consignees. i ...
t: C0, ship Quantity. G. Morasso -
South chandlers an grocers 701 .. blood makes muddy
Palafox. One half pound-of impure a
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UACKNO.16 .
4OCL .
toR pimply mplexiOn. headaches.
\'orkshlre S.\1..Fr-Regfste'red Be kshire and' O-YA'.M TEA Ready at 'all 'hours to answer callsto nausea, indigestion. Thin blood \_

t1so fullblOOJ PigS; pedigrees furnished; any part of city. First, class in makes you weak. pale. sickly. Burdock OSTOver'15,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1905- CHAS.BLUM&CO
\ a' game chickens and eggs will make the Same quantity as one every respect. Fast and gentle horses Blood Bitters makes the blood -
:lii-p; reasonable, prices. Dr. J. S.Smarlm. pound of the heap?, kind. and polite drivers. Phone Now u;: rich red pure-. restores perfect Frank Reilly Agent Pcnsacola Florida 517 AND 519 WZST BAY. ST.. .
Chipley Fla. Quality Counts George K. Faulk. ,health. JACKSONVILLE. S5SIj.jjs.jjjj"






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It Back of the stylish appearance and f finish that mark every piece.i in our tremendous stock is the high standard toce


# of quality that comes of honest manufacturing methods and critical supervision As for'prices we undersell every house }31


in Pensacola without exception and we a ready to prove it. And now a word about our easy payments. Just think!


I II i We only require $500: down on One Hundred Dollars worth of goods and one dollar per week. !thF 1.1b:

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Leather Couches.The Davenport. JII DB.

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m\f t most comfortable ar- Here is a beautiful'Daven- / yi/ &V l i ;

**} tide of Furniture in any port, something that should I

,,x.r .. home is a Couch. be in the,home ,of everyone. ,.,.,.. -. oti

Ip4. ,I> We haye a large selectionof .r, It has'a steel frame, and is -, ., ,s,,; .,, '.1t

Couches, but this one at !" :1 L" 0 .' handsomely finished.} We :....-
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*R will ,sell you this most use- t F

'" $22.00is Now we come to :our handsome Parlor.Suite .which: is the greatest bargainever ful. piece,of furniture at f !.

I offered in, Pensacola. This suite has five 'pieces.'of, different designs fin- Utl}

a special bargain at .$2.00 cash and 75 cents per week- ished in mahogany at the- low price. of $32.00: =$3 cash and 10,cents per day $22.50. :tla,

thereafter until paid for. thereafter until paid for; in fact, we can furnish your home from floor.to,ceiling ioj i

3, ,, \ at'a very low cost,.and on payments,,to. jsuit' you. Give us:a:call and let us $2 cash and 50 cents: ,per week: thereafter until'paid for. 0e.ojeJ eJt.

show you our stocky whether you wish tC.1? buy or not ltwill cost you nothing !

? Refrigerators. to take a look and we will take pleasure in showing you our stock.; 0tt\
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-i. i s ; Here is something that will interest you. We carry in stockja:.t.large,and complete line of WHITE that ,1F.

MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. We can sell you one all the w. from $10 to$72. The case is madeof every 7

heavy solid oak, highly polished and elegantly finished, with raised: panels air-tight walls thoroughly housekeepershouldhave'f 1

insulated, swinging baseboard and heavy door trimmed with handsome Jf
l nickel-plated, self-tightening a China Closet:-a ,modelof 1 :iT
VfL lock and hinges.. it,

Convenience finds its full expression in ,these Refrigerators. The.i ice chamber,and the Patent Maine dainty furniture.. It has D

a 4 4rt,- Y. + ice grate can both be taken out from the top. Each is indep ndent.-., f the other but ,the two together three adjustable shelves Iii.,

constitute the best ice chamber ever made.The shelves slide freely back and :forth.: Articles on the bent glass sides, also, carved I :
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m back of the shelves can easily be removed without the necessity of .removing those in front. The shelves '
; can also be adjusted to various heights'without the use of tools. heads at top. We 'cannot ,,lug 1 Cu;

This handsome Refrigerator at the 1 low priceof $17.50-$1 cash and 50 cents' per week, describe the' : beauty, of ; BJII'I

this handsome piece, 'of ..'

furniture. Only OJ Q:


I 4q n RhodosutchCoIIins.FurIlitHro Co1.i $2700 "e0 Iie0,

$2.00 cash and ,75 cents e0I eJi

wt a 26 and 28 :East Garden 'Street., l per week. b


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and Chas Street-Rev.' J. W. Senter- tl
-- I it +C"-- t +:+:+:"':+:+:"':"':+:':"1=:.!.. rS********* fit, pastor. Sunday School- at 10 .a.m. : Marine I t.
j 7 r T Preaching every second and fourth Grocery Co.
S Sunday at 11 %., m: and 7:30 p: m.I 11t
Boys' Ii Services at the Churches 1 I Ik. at Prayer 7:30: meeting o'clock. every Tuesday nigat l 'Insure Your PropertyAgainst 604, 6C6,, 608 Phone, 610 725.S. Palates, St. t


I I, ...-.....'.,,--..........-.....................v..W''W'.........11.I .............................-,.. .*..A..*..A..A..*.A..-*..-..........*......A..............A.............A..........................a _-.c_ West street-Rev.Hill Baptist J.]''W.church SenterHt.W. Jackson pasj Damage by Storm V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE f I

I following,, will 'be the Sundays: Holy Communion 7:30 a. tor. Sunday' school 10 a. m. Preaching ;' The recent terrible storm in Meridian proves its ncessity. H )ME OF EAT GOOD THINGS TO C t
first'and third at 11
every Sunday
uirClothing; vices at the-various churches ; Holy Communion 1stnd; 3rd. Sun: a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting I The cost Is is but little above nothing, Just Received: e
out the city to-day; 11 a. m.; Matins aiA'serlIolJ,4 p. Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick LuacS
Catholic.St. J :: every Sunday 7 a p.e m.,. I Is Your Property Protected From Fire Damage? 50 kit; ol: fancy Mackerel. Jl-25 pit 1E
1w' Michael's Church. i
))4 Week Days: Holy Communion kit.
Church 'of Christ.
To be satisfactory must o'clock; children's mass 9 : Thursday 10 a., m.; services. I Insurance: 'Gen At tJ 60 kit, Salmon. Jl,25 per kit
r last mass 10:30 o'clock; day at 4 p. m. Church of Christ cor. Jackson and I KfiniA/f f>Q RfftC CO kite halibut fins. 31.25 per kit.
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r : ; strength and durability; o'clock. John's Church, 'I Alcanlz Streets. Bible school 10 Fire, Life. Pensacola EO kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, t
1s St. Joseph's, Church-Until J. R. Bicknell, Warrlngton'I,'I f a. m. P/eaching at 11 a. m.and 7:30 11.25 per 1 ILBloaters s
s : to be popular it must notice, is given the j today at 7:30: p. m. p. m. by W T. Tracy. Prayer meeting : /Mflkers'and Roes. Herrtl1f.Codfish. Iff
the Lenten Service I Mission-Rev. J,. I Wednesday evening 7:45. Song I.t. Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles
have to be R. BIck
style; comfortable I" Joseph's church on'Veat priest In charge. Services today 1' service Thursday 7: 30 p. m. Ail : ._ _f.....-.-..*...-+.. ......-... ;. ...,.+... German fiauer Krout. t n
it must fit well .street; I 21 ,a. m. and 7:30 p. m. welcome. Pigs Feet in kits 11.00.J.lanul1 .
'Sunda's'71 ,,' ss' Fruit! Cake. ff
a m. Low Ma : / and Lange ff
struction; 9 a, m., Sunday ,Methodist. ,Presbyterian. i Comfortable ii National Biscuit Co's' Fruit Cake. Z5o ,

Seek All a.1'.,m.m. High Vespers Mass, Instruction and ; I I W.. Q Street Vreeland.Methodist- pastor.Church-Rev Julian First S.Presbyterian SiWey pastor.*Chnrch Sunday-Rev. Cheap Clean, per We pound.handle the celebrated blends Coffee ot t
Benediction toffee roasted by the Gulf City
of the Blessed
I Barney Butler, assistant. Services school} 9:30 a. m.. Christian Endeavor : ,
Co., H. Chlpman Manager
Wednesdajs-7:30 p. m. i '
Reading on the )Passion ] m.and 7:30 p.m. .Sunday school 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and The GAS RANGE is a combination. of all' these-cheap. Oaxaca. Sic: lb.: Gold Standard 25c
ht These Virtues I a1ct on of the Blessed : 0 a. m J. N.. Andrews- Supt. 7:30 p. m.Sunday :: ', clean, comfortable. :- ',: : lb: Diamond Blend. 25c !lb; Golden 1
; League 6:30 p. Home the Stoddart Ave-
t4 Fridays-7:30: p. m.. Way j I mr school at : Rio. 20e lb.Strictly' .
I, Cross and Benediction of : Society Mil meet Thnrs- nue Mission at 3:30 p m. C F. Zeek Pleasure' -- :' fresh roasted and as roo i
I irhere"s ,
11. at the "Old Reliable" I Sacrament. I I I I afternoon at 3:30..Rev. Butler'superintendent.. .All, are" ,'cordially- In-, : : \ \ as any Coffee sold in this city: 1
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: 1 fill the pulpit on both morning. vited. : Send orders and w& wit! dr
r Holy Mass week ? worryi us
on your
service i too in its use. because, there's"no dirt_of dust .
yi"a you 'will not seek in vain o'clock be at 7:30 except o'clock."Saturdays: j)I! evening Street Methodist today. Church-I I Universalist' ,. I jou-'with no worry about "totinf"' }a. the wcod to : coaL I Hyer! promptly. .

g it. fpr they exist in our boys Confessions in the I! F., A. Rogers ,pastor.. Regular, First .UniversalisE Church-East ; i
a rL I i Sundays) Holy Days'of 1'T 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun Chase tltre t. Sunday School at 10'a., I GAS RANGE INSTALLED FOB. .j: Nlck'sBuffet and 1
$1+ clothing !In much greater First Fridays from 4 p. m. to ; I'l' school 9:30: a. m. ; Young peoples:: m. y P., -,C. U. 6:30: p mAll, are .
f ,6 p. m.. Epworth League cordially invited attend.v' "
to
Baptisms 7'p. 4
proportion than usual. Sundays at 2 p.,, .. s' i 4
tTlJ appointment. 4' Christian.FIrst I f Pensacola Gas Company; 'I Restaurant
a Buys Suits from $1.50 to Rev. Fath.| Carra of Lutheran Church. Christian church 43 E. | : ;
a.g ItJ
$10.00. Cathedral will preach. at the Lutheran C>arcb-:Rev.. J. Gregory street. Sunday school :I Is the only place of
service tonight. 'j.Phone: :148. 24 and 27 E. :; In Penaacola, 1D f:3
tr Rf4 W. Reinhardt pastor, S.untfay: 10 a. m., H. J. )Mackey .Supt. Garden Street. kind
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I Episcopal. 9 a. m. German service 10730; I Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer. :t..t..t.......................... & i it Is =
service 7:30 p. m English Len meet'ng' Thursday at 7.30 p. m. J. P.' - -- y yyyy..,.. 4
I Christ Church-Rev. P. H. I service every Wednesday nihtat\ Ross, leader. All cordially Invited. ...
t ? The John White Store t D,,D.:,Rector, unday : I' 0 p. m. *> fUg tin East Chase, .street. .. morning Scientist-at Services 11 'o'clock. '/every Wednesday Sunday A PridetoPensacola;
1 i m: No regular services \ Lutheran Chu\ch-oi-; Salvation Armjr. > ternoons *3' o'clock.. : af j
I.}i it I l f..'a Wear. grP'Jation1U1 unite in the rices at 10:30: a.:. m. and 5 p.in.. af the Army Hal: St. Cyprian Mission (Col.) daily ..-Reading room: '
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tpetiIlsf I I at St. Ktaharlnes: I i,I ', Helle 'pastor. Meetings nightly : St. Cyprian Mission (colored) Old I open 10 a ',m. to3 p/n. .
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WHAT; GOV. BROWARD DID SAY IN ; *Vii! ADDRESS AT JACKSONVILLE J;



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Chief Executive of Florida Claims that :He WksT Wilfully Misquoted by fie{ Daily Newspapers of '



Jacksonville, Explains His Speech and Furnishes a Verbatim Copy of the Address as ,Delivered

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account of the interest aroused'' representing the peol 's interests I fear an overproduction of oranges analyzed by prominent chemists of Philadelphia place him in the. lead oi
Broward recent speech
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J' Governor and the alleged mis-' they were owned and controlleu. I and we can' easily glut the market I I Europe and America, a_ comparisonof the world's sugar rowers. In the let '
Jacksonville lepresenting only one of the people, '
with tomatoes celery; and other vege results show a remarkable uniformity ter accompanying growth of sugar
thereof by the Jacksonville to the r
cuotations injury of all of the other peo [tables. We can only successfully in components ''of these rich soils. cane. The soil is as richness an4
Times-Union and Jacksonville pie : '
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L. .editor / ;: 7\ I raise them for the-winter and'early Prof. A. P. :Aiken of the Royal Agricultural value of.the reclaimed land for sugar
Metropolis Jacksonville Claude Sun L'Engle asked him I further stated 'that' the efforts of I '; !spring. market. The ,newspapers: may Society 'Scotland in his cultivation:,
of The these papers were directed with a ask "What can ba raised'on' the Everglades analytical report states: "It resembles 4'Philadelphia
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with a of Pa.. March 2:, 1890.
w furnish that paper copy vew! to oposing Trustees of the 'ask ,
th" I ? I .will them another in texture the iinestcpottinginol& "Mr.
the address in question in order Internal Improvement Fund of the .. -.'# ": Hamilton Disston:.
I question. Suppose, you were going The amount of nitrogenous matter contained
that the people of Florida might State of Florida In their efforts to reclaim into farming. as a' business would in it is what one'expects to find "Dear Sir-In answer to yours o!

team exactly what he Broward's did say on that the Florida Everglades,' the 4 t'_ '.t'x t you not. first .investigate and find out in a manuie-rather than'a-soil.;; I have the 20th instant in which yon ask
occasion.: Governor reply editors hoping! thereby1 to preventthe what crop you ld'plant and sell -never seen a sample of' a soil so attractive my opinion regarding Florida as AI*
and his> speech! in full as forwarder success of the project until such without great.danger' of overproduction containing in it-to such a sugar. roduelng state I take pleaaura

to The Sun are as follows: I time as the present Trustees wouldgo and falling prices, or some crop degree those, characteristics of a Boll in.saying that during my recent trrpr
Governor's Letter. out of office and others be elecf- that you woul:' not b- forced immediately that indicate fertility." to Inspect your sugar operations ttjr '
Tallahassee. Fla., March 13. 1906. ed. if possible by the. TimesUnionand into sharp competition with surprise was great at finding such a
I 3Ir Claude L'Engle Editor of 'Sun,I owners, who would'give, this vast the same 'products other farmers Prof. W. H. Wiley Chief Chemist of country for the growth of su&arcane.
Fla. j domain ,- the United States: Agricultural Department -The soil is as rich as that I have-
.acksonville, : to the railroad which Dictates: L' from other States of the Union I any
Pear Sir-I herewith send you extcerpts their policy: that ,they had in years: am satisfied! 'that you will answer states that: "These lands ever seen and with proper cultivation

of the speech made-by me at past advocated.foi cefully.Jhe reciam- __ .1aw -.t s "yes." are new to agrioulture and superiorto the yield should be equal to that oC
th< foot of Main street Jacksonville T.latiOn of the Everglades:. also being s Then let MIS look at the agricultural anr-otber crops.>soil "in their capabilitiesfor any other country on the face of the-:

,r:a.. on the night of March 3. 1000.tb adopted by the Florida East Coast reports of tne United States.. What do heavy Like expressionsare globe.
whic-b speech. It has teen charged: Drainage,: and Sugar Company which *'; -i 1 they show?' They show that we consume glven'brMessrs.'Chemist Voelcker & Sons. "I congratulate you upon the bright ,
by the Times-Union and Metropo- was controlled by the- same railroad .' ,-s. in the UnitM States 2.767.J62I I Agricultura of. London; Prof. prospect for the future of the sugtej
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fs thai I abused all of the newspapers and that theh:1d also advocated : r .-' r tons, of sugar. The statistics show D. Peat Experiment -! business in the state of Florida.

and characterized them all as drainage of the' same:: 'territory--by -.'4+fw .- '\''n''" .' ,t that 'the total amount produced'in-the Station.. Bremem\and. Prof. W. "Yours truly )
b-n! venal. You were present anjf Mr. Disston. I asked t the questions, :' I Unted: States from Domestic"molassesIs J. Williams of the Keystone Chemical: "GLAUS BPRSCKLES.: *

I also noticed Messrs. C. -:\{. Cooper' "Whom co they represent;;; ? "What ..- 1 15,000 tons 'UgarC8ne. 323,649 Company of Philadelphia is Pa. I And I also quote letter from j"'
0. U }Fletcher O'Niel and Rev. Dr. people inspired the editorial?" stat : JThe following analysis a fair presentation 0aP-1.l'
tons; maple 12,000..tons; beet 170135' ,- of the results' arrived-at 'by tain Purse president of the IM>> ,
: besides several members of ing that in all probability only one of -
Bog:
tons making a 'grand total- of 521- Sugar Growers' Association; also 4 !
skill of the most
the high professripnal
tnr Young Men's Democratic Club, the people was behind the paper hi rc-v*, E.fJ'tt ()&;> tons. Imported sugar. 2246.06' scientific chemists: letter inclosed to me by him, which
vho had invited Mr. George W. \ViT-j this matter. : .
tens. letter was -written by Prof. H. W. J
son of the Times-Union and Mr. W.,I I further stated that Governors had' tt( Domestic srfgar. va ued'"at Comparative Analysis of Soils.a Wiley, Chief Chemist of the Depart-j"

,R Cirter of the Jacksonville Metropolis .'always when .they found their country -.' 3%c per poundi.f 36476640.00 ( ) New estate in .Jamaica. meat of Agriculture of the UnitesStates ;
and Ely self to discuss the yrclc-: about to be invaded by an enemy: a ; : t"7 Imported'sugar.valued (b) Demerara Plantation, worked ; addressed to Messrs. :A$el &
ticabil'-ty and., probable benefit that that was harmful to the best Interests '3 fifteen )'ears., *
at ,3ic pr pound.-,. 137,224,760.00: Son. Terra C ia. Fla.. and datefi May .
mould!! accrue'rom reclamation tit of the people, issued proclamations -I II Imported'sugar-ni re.than.equals all (cd) Sample of sawgr ss soil 26th, 1903. showing analysis made byi I

tie Florida! Everglade land. |I I calling attention of the peopleto I'. ,'-' .of'our' exports, which last year were: (sugar lands) Okeechobee Land Co. him which letter also gives .the views.

The editors of the Times-Union the fact that ,there were enemies,: e'' 4 Wheat ...........;.."..?" 47,446.921.00;; Fla. of Professor Wiley upon the subject" ,
Metropolis: wrote letters to Mr.: '[either about to, Invade and control, or 1'- : Wheat fiour.',........... 3905579.00 I of the.. sample sent him: ,
rarri. who presided at the meetingdelining that they were already in control ai. I '
: store ........ 18,106,641.00 I "Atlanta
Naval: ? ; I. 'tt.- Co -M Ic Ga. Nov. 35, 1906.
to discuss; the matter upon seeking to destroy; the property of: ;' ..___M 0 _
Beef ........ ........ ..34,858,857.00'
.. "Governor N.r B. Broward, Tallahas
the! platform, stating in ,their letters the people and I propose to call the : : : Ioo : .i oooc a c'ei
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of their attention of the to that fact : see. Fla.:
that each papers were rea: : .people I pa'4.
clan by from forty to sixty thou- : that the3e 'people were enemies to I Total .,. ..;i.i.:: .%.....1144,494,154.00 0 Dear!( Sir:-I write you at the Ilk

,and people' and that the columnsof their interests, _and that their : This is 112,730,606 less than the value ell .", stance of our mutual friend. President
their papers were open to the gov- 'ings shouta'; not be. given any writ'i of sugar (brought in from foreign I;: ..g : W.) R. Fuller of .the Tampa Board of
cruor to give his side of the proposition ence by them.. GOVERNOR. B. BROWARD.the countries. The same "papers will 6ay.' O' .M"OON o.. N CO O O'k' '" Trade, and in a day or two will for
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at any time. I further stated that we 'But what aboqt it? We know that .s 'N...i oo do 0 d..iO 0 ward you a package of literature'bear.
I stated from the platform at the judge them 'by their works- and not statement is. true." Everyone that ... ing upon cane cultivation and syrup-
outset: that the Trustees of ttC: Internal by their professions of- love for the' land for the people and prev-vit opinion whon r expressed:[0 .you .upon;; knows anything about sugarcane making in the South Atlantic and Cult

I Improvement Fund of the people and that "their works do not its exploitation "by their bosses?I a 'public 'question? Should their editorials knows that South Florida Is the home f .c oO \ O M GO In states. The best that I can say in re

state of Florida had furnished the conform to their professions: that,. Why is everything cried down by cer- count for any more? Mi, of the sugarcane in the United States.A eII .oooIncoci4o4nov In .gard to the production of commercial
Times-Union a copy of their report. .the the same; papers have insisted for!:'i: tain newspapers when it is of benefit half million acres of the Florida a 'Inr1rseoocic4 m 0 0 00 sugar from cane in Florida is to be

on their preparation to dra'n" the :years that the people .were unprogressive to the people and praiserfl"when Speech of Governor Broward. Everglades will produce cane enough found in the copy of the analysis oC

r.verRlades; in 1905, and that the but that they, the newspapers it is of benefit to 'corporations? The only question raised by the to supply the entire amount of sugar I I : that produced in Manatee county by It

Thn. Union had not printed it,. and were Tprogressive, but now Every long-eared animal knows his newspapers that oppose reclaiming; imported .here from foreign countries. o oo... ". '". Dr".H< W. Wiley, Chief of Bureau of
T mIght have also said that the lasj these supposed.. progressive, news- ., nM. N lI-4IIn OM United States Department'
master's crib. Theone animalJ; $he Everglades, and-th'lshould requii --,without being! .in cOSDp.e1ltlon.with any' .oG COCQoQodOQ' OQas. Ctfemlstry
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letters prepared by1 me for printing! ;:;pap rs were doing all that they coud worse than the other. -as he hate4 an hnswer ,is. '**Ai%< there not.:.'other cane" growers:. in Florlita.orJn1fact I, S:.' :-; !. ;; .. -: :. of Agriculture, which shows the cane
in the Metropolis cost me for printing to oppose the people in their fight to him who does not recognize a boss. millions of- acres of land in Floridanow in with other I.'u" .,In: question to be the' richest In the -'
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in their columns ABOUT ONE, hold their rights .and reclaim their I further stated that these new- that are not cultivated anu.1 that: : competition in the United States :. : :' :- : .e : world in .sugar contents' ;,: affording; a
DOLLAR AN INCH.I lands; that they :were' making the paper editors hated the free people do- not require drainage and irriga until cane we growers had produced more than the : 1. .. .p -. ., : : .. .: !basis for exploitation exceeding and

further stated that those; papers columns of their newspapers mere 5>t the State because they themselves tion?" which question I will answer total amount imported which amount ..-s ..: ..- .. .. surpassing anything in the United
had printed:' affidavits that were on vehicles of misinformation; that in ,were not free but had Iolatel! their by ,asking them some questions: twelve million : : : : : : :l : States, Cuba or the Hawaiian Islands.
than
tie! in the United States Court, in a fact their columns were freighted oath of alligiance to the best inter- "What crops' .can be raised best on exceeds dollars the by more amountnow. received by "e 5) .. ..". .. .. ':": ... :.8.: :' .so Important and valuable do I con
<-::.e pending against the Drainage with documents and what purportedto stipend fertile lands of West' ..00.. qf
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ests of the tate for a monthly the reasonably.- in the sider a thorough study of the cane industry
I Commissioners which case was still be news, which. if believed by the ", North East and -Middled.Florida, the citizens.of very state beef and : : : : :. : ':. : 5 S for Florida,and '.valuable doI

under consideration by the court, people would ,nb them of their Why should an editorial in a"news-* Theanswer :mu t cotton, corn, -sweetpotatoes. ;.naval Union stores for corn flour as is wheat understood by :!; : .. : : f E consider the influence of its development .
end that both of these lul rights. Irish potatoes. -peaches and : : .
papers paper weigh any more than the opin- sugar eXPert!( and :pt ers who have : .. 2 there upon the areas best adapt
tno"ledgthat! ; other cases were.. Irrigation in the West. I Ion of the cue man who writes it? If small .crops of sugarcane and _sonia investigated sugarcane 'growing and : : : : :; ed to it in Georgia et'at. that it would

pending before other courts, in Why is the East Coast Railway. that opinion be really his, antf vegetables. manufacturing. to' bd' able to economically : as :. : :''tI: : : a ( afford me pleasure at any time to
which actions of the Trustees were draining in the edge of the Everglades prompted by conscience And good Is it not'a fact 'that where we can the cane must : /. 't:1: : i 0 meet ,you at Tallahassee or' Jacksonville .'
produce sugar .
questioned and that they knew that now? The Times-Union asks judgement should not the opinion of raise some corn, no one will contend. th that ::: c.a= .CG .aS cI: or at Tampa and discuss this
enough to mill. so
one of the mmbers! of the can't the question "\Vh)'drain and reclaim any other honest man conscientiously that our farmers can raise corn cheapi. be' near in'cars by machinery : "' -.2..o".a-. 'e ::::. matter more at length, that you may
it can be placed : .aS : ;: ....
would probably be a candidate :n the land when there is plenty of land expressed count for just as much? enough to ship abroad and sell 'I run into the mill on, one side as cane. a..E) as 0 :;; : 0 as, gOI. take it up in. your next ,annual mes.
nearby primary. The papers printed ask them be .justas competition th the States north'' = Q.d Oas to the legislature Florida and
I that would not ned it?. I And should not his judgement 'J and out at the ,other side as granulated = CI) "" -1- CI) sage
several very ridiculous affidavits (why is the United States spending a good? Editors are considered: by I and west of Florida where manYj go and the supply of cane a as 3 'tI: 5 place its exploitation upon the strongest ,
on* to the effect that water would I I million and a half to irrigate :no.oooI jnany people seriously as though j times as ,many bushels can be raise I sugar to furnish not .: ?( e00eOP.tP.a.QO p basis that favorable. legislationcan
be enough z
raa uphill another that lan.l woulor'km. I acres in Idaho 'a million and a half they were inspired with more .than I per acre 'as we can raise here? -The must great put it Awaiting your further
and they seemed to take great 1 I dollars in another State on a half ordinary intelligence and their opinions -|1 newspapers may say, 'That is true l less than three hundred ions per day.I I pleasure. Governor.

b in such publications; and as it I I million acres,' and in places raising entitled to more weight than I but how about cotton?' Is it not a .In the Everglades, we: .have millions root!i The planter in Florida can depend "Yours very truly .
tree
farmers of the South of acres of land without a or ;
fsuld; sC'arcelhave fact that the
been printed in wate.r 250 feet high to irrigate des the same opinion would be if expressed f I i upon a much longer season for the maturing D. G. PURSE.
the
rich'as in %
th. interest of science, I thought it I I erts? Why is the United States; by sOme individual who did :not have organized to prevent any In- upon it, that is as any ]I and harvesting o( his crops of "Savannah Ga.
feif to assume that crease in acreage being planted 'on world and millions of. acres suitable
they
were trying I spending millions for drainage of! run a newspaper.In !I sugarcane than in Louisiana. In "United States Department Agriculture .
to impress the courts that instead of th&paper account of overpro ''Uction and a :;ar for cane. '
lands for ths people? Why rfoes= my opinion the editcsial 'in a ""What Florida the crops can ordinarily remain Bureau of Chemistry,
*.ng a benefit "to the of falling prices in. event of overpro- The may say
great newspapers
people discourage rather than. encourage if it the dictates standing until about March 1}; '
expresses Washington D. C. 36
1903:
newspaper May .
tei th I duction? Someone "Sweet half million
:State; that drain
> : th drainage was may say would it cost to a
. the United States Government to of the conscience of the editor, in Louisiana it is mportant. on account -."Messrs. W., H. Abel & Sons Terra
tot desired the I potatoes? Is the market not very of the Everglades? I would
by people and it : acres
Florida
Ever- to finishing
aid in reclaiming.the would 'be entitled to the same consideration of lability to freeze Ceia. Fla.:
ttuld be (Detrimental. I I glades; and if they have an aversionfor that the conscientious.Opiui nI limited for that said crop of? Irish The same can, say that $1 per acrewould be a large milling the cane by the first of Janu. .'GeI tlemen:- .! have received the
be potatoes .
The I truthfully\ allowance tor'the expense.' The news
people have great priJe in vhs the Everglades what high land of. any other citizen of like Intelligence ... four samples cane which sent-
and you
and vegetables
art ;that!: they have confidence in the have they in mind that they -expect i' and keenness of conscience- peaches, someCOFFEE papers would say Why not select a ary.The Hon. Claus Spreckles: whose by mail probably representing the

, /,ghlwusness.;,of their judges andwy to help the State pay for irrigationfor and this is the most that can be said -- --r --- -- I halt million acres of land that does" I'great plantation in the Hawaiian same lot,of cane but in four package
are perfectly willing to await the government-. would suggest -I to the credit of the' editor.But suppose not require drainage,'as a
ttrefnlly delivery; opinions by them, that the und hill 200 feet high, that editor edits a newspaper: will ''answer them that they cannot and Immense sugar refinery at (Continued on Page Thirteen)
end that. I thought. very HUh &tttent spoken of in Mr. King's affidavit, owned ba man whose interests in find a half million acres in one body'I'
: should else in' the United States. -' .'- -'- -4 t
n be pad' to the published might! be a proper place for the I FOOLING ThE PEOPLE amounted anywhere
i.torials and other matter should suitable to grow sugar cane, and if a '
upon: the Times-Union to begin tl,) millions of dollars to him-
-ftIJJt>Ct. Why Is it that draining the Kissim-I Ut then carry as much weight as I half million acres of rich hammock BURROWES'Fly

calleT7ttenton"to"the! fact that Thee valley and the Everglades was though 'the same opinion was expressed We.are the Pioneer land can be found, it would require
. tense newspapers had entered into such a great workf when written by the humblest citizen of some thirty to sixty dollars an acre
*>i(,!nn al I who hao,1 no such stake 'at Coffee Roasters of to clear each acre of. tim'ber.' scrub
compact with the people to nbout by .lr.. Ingra am, vicepresident the State
Vrp the truth at all times, to do-! of the East Coast Railway InMay issue? West Flcritla.McHUGH'SBLENDS. roots and prepare it for cultivation, and Mosquito Screens !
I. !?nd the people In their rights and 1 I 1904? Was. it because! they I I IVhom do the editors represent? which would mean from fifteen to thirty
to da I million dollars and as there are
everything that: they could railroad would own the'
toad thought the : Is it the will of the people that one
": the upbuilding of the s lania'. which railroad owns the 'paper? hundad million dollars worth of their I not many farmers worth that sum 1

from ed! i-hlcl1 people there In turn nte'l I If it was' good then what makes it property shall b taken from .!bern? do not expect soon else. to. see such' a. cane Sent on Thirty Days' Trial, Freight &-epaid.
.1 patronage but they, bad now? Is .it that. ;tney believe''If so they are right in their conten- field anyhere
Mead of publishing the truth ana' that the present; Trustees will savet11ETTt II tion. If the people do not desire this By way 'of explanation. I will say
vast territory taken from them the i consider the small cane. Held In'the All material needed for, attaching! the screens and doors included with.

newspapers ar& wrong. Would the : have no equal. A trial northern portions of Florida and' the out extra cost. .

f+. ..". ..".""" "", ."" ......... .........: people hundred of Florida and thirty-seven enjoy producingone million r will convince the con' sugar southern problem.portions The of Georgia lands. In'in these the Screens are made only to order,'yet returnable if not satisfactory.

dollars' worth of sugar whfch i3 r' noisseur that we sections suitablefor the cultivationof MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES. ARE :FITTED WITH BURROWES'
1t more than five times as great as ih sifearcane are not close enough to- SCREENS. v 1 -
value of all the crops combined In. i make no extravagant gether to warrant,' the' establishmentof '
\ GO-CARTS I therefore it has been Every' 'practical improvement' In screen construction during the past
.. II eluding livestock of the people of claims. a sugar mill ,.
first .
thirty years was use4 by us
have
Florii'a, for the best year? estimated by those who given

If" they would and you know that I I the subject careful study, that they Drop postal to P. O. Box ,104, or phone 1015 and local- representative'

the)' -would, then do these newspapers Wholesale and RetailGROCERS must produce and sell syrup rather will call to give you estomates.CHARCOAL.
represent the will of the people? than undertake to mate sugar for -


( .I! their When love these for the editors people proclaim and the dally:de-! the Governor market. Bloxham took strong ...................................................... :
FOR THE BABIES J [ velopment of the State that gives ground in' hIs message to the legislature -

( ,.them their dally bread are they sin I of 18E-S In support of,, the reclamation t
. cere? You know they are not. Their : and all kinds of Feed of the swamp and overflowed! landsof

I[ works do not conform to their pro- I, Stuffs. the state and arrayed an Impressive .II FURNACES !IWe
fessions. They have heralded abroad ptatement of facts, opinions of ,
: We have a full line of the famous.Wakefleld : r for years the cry that the peopleof I experts and arguments favoring this
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4 .GoCarts. Take the babies : Florida were unprogressive but that great 'projectCoveruqr :t have three sizes of'charcoal furnaces 1
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out for airing. It keeps them they were advocates of developmentand a
: an "'j- 'PintOWat.er .Mitchell was Jikewise t :-a. necessity In every home-at .
Do their works prove
: healthy and plump. ,. ? progress. great dralnag? enthusiast and from :
the truth of their assertions? Their devoted efforts of I

,!I. : I works do not. those the persistent two great and Floridans. the people 'i' 40 50 and 60 cents.

i I Want One To-day? than These vehicles newspapers that carry are reception' no more ia i Wholesale and: Retail. I Ii Ii Ii are data in possession'bearing 'np.on reliable the question, scientific of- .x i ii

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their columns. They proclaim falsehood ; -i soil fertility and specie of crop for Vai Camp's. Sauer Kraut. 3-lb. tins

! to the people throughtheir i I which this vast region is adapted. We ,for-, 10 cents., Big Hominy, in. 3-lb.
:j .1 news columns that they know would i New Orleans Grocery Co. learn from the data feathered by Governors i tins for 10 cents. .

i MARSTON & QUINA not written be believed in their or editorial paid attention.columns.to, t Bloxham and Mitchell that the I'

Having in mind ,Mr. W. R- Carter reclaimed lands offers a new soil for : Pb'PUlar .
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\ 108x110 Palafox St. Phone 148. Pcnsacoia, Fla. and Mr. George Wilson. You know .Jas. McHugh agricultural points through I o J

: Mr. Wilson; you know Mr. Carter.; 'Phoned; O5- Proprietor. cut the from 4JnagedIstriCt numerous have been'' ..................! .... ........... ..............JW .&

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originality can become an I evil- in a likely to forget -It., I must think" continually money.. But (ah, fatal "but") Jurt this
a:4R' PlayS' playwright when given' too much freedom how I can best please my au once,-and if.it will make me feel easierin
Star In the Galloper:'praises Rappy! for often a writer gives play an 1 dlence: Take :Mr. Mansfield. 'for instance .. mind he will accept the few dollarsin
-. overdose of originality,and his production lie states that heforgets that question for 'a few days He is always
1 aY + loses all semblancQ of naturalnessor he Is Mansfield, when .,he plays Important so sorry to trouble me and hopesI
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'reality.' It then .becomes. artificial roles,a I' ow, if toe really: does so won't,misunderstand him and I seldom -
and false." forget why Is.It that he,does,not really !10. _
Hitchcock'sw Views kill his opponents in varipus duel and
Trials of Plavwrjtmg. death scenes in 'some of his plays, The Breezy Hand Shaker. e
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asked.. I pretends to kill opponents"so' he, must and says: 'How are you, old man? I do 5 14 -
On Tvc started a dozen I guess" Mr.I know he is-acting, and consequentlythat wish you could have been with us all tPb ,,9 w. *.1 ;
Many Stage Topics Hitchcock replied; with a deprecatorysweep he Is Mansfield, not the Character.Of last night. All the boys werE there. A
of his hand. 'I'm what you course many actors become excitedin Such a grand time, and your' absence
might call a 'first act writer. I start violent scenes, and I have on sev- was the only dark spot: We all talked 'wS' .1 t1,
,b + out filled with all the enthusiasm, lope eral occasions narrowly escaped, deathat about you and missed you BO--and, by 11.tSif.4r ++ o
and inspiration a. mere mortal can the point of a fellow worker's the:way. old man if you can spare'me a
"Successful Dramas fold Close to Nature" summon. I write the first act and find sword. five ,for Just a few days. Oh thanks, .
j all my inspiration has gone Into that. many;thanks, really. I, well by-by, old
i { and so I have to stop As a playwright, Hitchcock Classifies ""ou hcs." fellow' 4
I am like the man Who primed with When I entered Mr. Hitchcock's dressIng # k
[From Our New York Dramatlo Correspondent. 'ward m*-that Is, to make every possible ideas he believes great starts to make room he was reading a letter from The Literary Brand of Touch. L rrats
1 .] allowance for me. Therefore, on an Indigent tragedian out of work-who The literary touch Is deceptive ar>d r y,,7 ,, ;
Yz: ARROW-minded r actor is abouti.13aa failing to rouse a laugh where I have requested 4a* small contribution towardhis unexpected. One man came to see me
monotonous a subject for done so-say,before-I Immediately rersqlve board bill. and amid he wanted to let London know
conversational purposes as to take more care next- time, to "There ia a most entertaining variety I all About the; that he was commissioned a ',f
r one can'! find, .and by the came Improve in my work about these 'touches,'" he re- by a leading London paper to write
1 ;token a broad minded actor is precisely *The successful. play is the one that marked. "Some are, carefully dis the story of my life. London was hun- F tt
the oppoeite. The first named has but r IJ; gulsed-sugar coated, one might say grjj for me. London was crying for me.
F one thought- of himself, combined with Other are straight out from the shoulder Some,day, he said I must go there'and
.. almost brutaL Touthes! ,' as I play ',A as to stop the popular clamor.
view'of
St, a biased his own work-but the
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Just this description is Raymond Hitchcock A4s'E.? ;s, .,
; star In "The Galloper the dijVerting .
I and successful farce by Richard rr r t.L t.I
5,4 llardtng Davis at the Garden theater. tl ,
I talked with Mr; Hitchcock In his +
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r of an hour a few nights ago and came rf li 4x
r..c away quite bewildered by the variety !I k' a'IIf rA 'rJ r tt (f'
+' i of topics on which he touched in the < vj
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1 imagination plays and playwriting to 'sJ 3rt'RAVI .
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1''p ; Hitchcock; "plays with an uplift that ;,t
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contented with themselves and the 10NDIIITCH000K
a.;+ World. I don't believe the public really J MRS. ROMA DEVONNE, AMERICAN CONTRALTO, WHO WILLING .
tares for dramas of the 1I dda Gable
t 1r v and 'Ghosts' types which are morbid LI HITCHCOCK IMVTHE / f $ ABROAD.
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Mr Devonner American coneett singer whose success !
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caused considerably: comment in muajoal clfqles, wUl $a Li& **
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Ibsen's The Norwegian
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fashionable' ualcales,in Bqglartd ah/izFrance during' $.
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,j things which In truth are actually distasteful "- to them. 1* natural It shows real life and pictures less) he exhausts his great Ideas. He Melba,
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both of whom haVe taken especial interest in predfet brilliant
production, does a great deal of good. many vacarles, moods and eolofs. When down chagrined wishing! himself safe for her. Mrs. Devonne- hlr and whefb a her .< rvlc,i
a society favorite In New
It brings out the best there Is In a man. ["a play is wholesome and poetic or truly at home with mother. York cfu;i
4 ; It teaches him that there Is something I natural it will have the beat chance to "The reason *vhy: actors fail as playwrights : are constantly in demand at musicales Mra. Chauneey M. Depp, wife
iI worth while In life no matter how pessimistic succeed. The writer of morbid plays, lies In their seeming Inability to United'States Senator Oepew' announced l that M"rs.: Devonne would sing
; he may feel or how ouch'he Is distorts. lie puts things In a false per-i take a comprehensive ,view" of a dra HITCHCOCK her in Washington at a private concert but the Illness of Mrs. Depew's mothKrendered
at odds with mankind.. spective. Both in times past and times! matic t-OPER" postponement necessary.Mrs. .
story. They can develop well a IN THE: Oq Devonne revived d I ITosU.
her pupil
p ,tI "Tho people who go In raptures over present the successful playwright has story so far as It concerns situations musical 'education abroad. She is a
; p morbid plays are tho ones seen most proved to be the one who more nearly; in which they themselves would appearto who considers ber'bne, of his most accomplished: students.to .
tjtt frequently in courtrooms watching reproduced what Is natural. i advantage, but they-fail to do entire t
;c murder and other sensational trials. "Take George Ade. for Instance.I justice to the other characters. know them may be classified as the Finally, as he started to go he concluded -I teach me the French language In Buffalo that you once met them' art
"I+ try to make people forget their There's a man who writes and pictures '- I literary touch the intoxicated touch that $% would be a big help. Of twenty minutes, and when he went he they want you to help them to get baCi
l i troubles when they come to 5M me play. blta of real life In such a manner as to A Fallacy Disapproved.. the breezy, hand shaking touch," and, course he never wrote the article,'and carried away,515), which- he said would to Buffalo."
i It I fall to rout laughter at a point captivate 'the world. In The College "Many actors say, they forget' themselves most artistic of all. the one. I dearly so.I suppose London la still in tears. I keep him going until lie heard from his This sounded like the Y:ntoxlca rs
r where I expect to do so I know there Widow' the noteworthy comedy that their own personalities, when I I love to recognize the apologetic touch. 1 ""Another literary touch came Via paper. He Is still going. I guest for I touch"In full 'working order, and ttcomedian ,
6 h + la something wrong with m. for the carried New York and the rest of the playing; that they become for a time,j This last variety has the true velvet rays. A'Frenchrtan called on me. 'I never heard from him or his paper. said "Tell them I ,can't t.
; moment. The trouble Is not with the country by storm he placed episodes in their own minds; the character they i I''finish. The user of it is to other loan want to print an Interview In a l leading f. ."Spxyousee"Paris was! 113 more ex- seen now," and stepped into the vtef
.; audience (though many actors blame that were nothing more than extracts represent I don't, believe such' 16 the seekers as the bank breaker Is 'f -the Parisian dally Which" I represent' he I I pensive to me thai London."* t6'respond'to his'cue.
r 1 their audiences In such eases), but with from everyday life, and nothing new at case although these actor may thoroughly -I i sneak thief or pickpocket. He is n the i said 1 talked to him awhile and helaid | At this Juncture Mr.' Hitchcock's.
d l Hitchcock. The spectators have paid all-simply things that had escaped the think so.. At any rate, I never : king. He never insists on having the, : 'You must study I!enct1. Paris 'valet entered and said:, "There are two n f
:' their money to aM me and consequently notice of less observing people forget that I am HItchcoclu I am'paid money.- He' raally doesn't want "It,I f'hQUld'se and hear you. I will teach men at the stage,entrance making a.blg ;fJj
AAsK must certainly predisposed_ toe. "Even! a desirable._characteristic like..!4L entertain,_ udandI'tn. .... ,not i much i i. less need it. .IVreally can't.take1 yoV\ Ffeoch. lIe began;then and Wen j t.4 19turbatea? "f.b i they ,ate:fro 4 ,
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TO THE BOY OR GIRL HOSE NA ME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRE CT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT Ti-.S.O.FFIC.. NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT. THE JOURNAL. ,WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR. The SO cent size contains two and

one-half times as much as the small size
:: I and the $1.00 bottle almost six time
No.; 9.-Sunfish. i City;. Brunie Laughton, City; Robert vi! ltingih ere, and send mp first answers I \VanOn of Ba lfcc. as much.
No. .-Pickerel.No. Cobb City; Dan Barbare, City; Mln to jour puzzles.**' loping thatI Baalbec or Baalbek is the name TraulatU the Definition.. i

J JOURNft'S ARMY 8.Bass.No. .I nle Barbare. City;, Charlie Delmar, will be the lucky one, I am respectful -I given a ruined city lying' in ancient Johnny-Papa, what does precociousmean SOLD) AND RECOMMENDED BY
9.-Carp. City; Alvin Dannheisser, City; Louise y, Mary S. Cross:' Coele-Syrla, forty-five miles northwest ? Papa-It means-a-it la a term

..No.10.PercbCorrect Barbara, City;. .Andrew BjQwn ,City;. ;Welcome? little mat IJ..to the...Puz- ,o Damascus. ,Tliere'Is;)nothing,particularly applied to children ,who know .more W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.A .
Answers Received. Louis Joh, City; Evelyn Maxwefl zSAnnyYovr] 'o answers are; remarkable-About'a* ruined'citybeing than:Is'Tuual'at thetr':ages JohnnyOh -

Correct answers to the Puzzle Pie City. both. 0, K. found in the locality mentioned, yes; it means a fresh kid.
HAD fAIRLY tures of March; 18 were received Nearly Correct: "Dear Mr. Editor-I will seIb thY but the size of the blocks of stone used t GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST
from the following bright boys and Florence' Martin George and Leon Puzzles in for the first time this year SUITED WITH A
0<<-rnLoraata.Cormorants
the ancient builders of this
by
3. of '1906.' With kind wishes hopingto particular
girls belonging to the. regular volunteer Blumer had all correct but "No I
artillery infantry and intermittent .I I Tunny" get that honorable dollar, Floyd I city is something that leas puzzled are far, the largest and

branches,of The Journal's. 'Puzzla: Stella Reinhardt, "No. 10, Parrot"Carrie Trice, Bagdad Fla." ''I the modern engineers since the day most striking in appearance of our compmon CERTIFIED CHECK(

GOODLUCK D Army: I Colvin. "No. I, Lady Fish." You are ad honorable' yourself I when Baalbee was first made the Mecca English sea fowL A male cor- I,

,Willie Johnson. City;' Arthur J. Thomas Woodland "No. 3, Eel. Master Floyd, and you' and that honorably I of the oriental traveler. There are morant is a yard long and very strong : 5c CIGAR.All .

Johnson City;' John Christie, City; I Only a few of the many letters received won>"dollar' must get! a little immense stones on every side of the and heavy, and though more quaint the qualities of fla ror aroi.

Manuel Johnson. City; Lillian Suggs, can be reproducer, but some closer together before, it. Is yours visitor to this ancient pile of ruins, but than beautiful, whether flying, diving ma color and good! material b
City; Clara Stokes,. City; .ClarencfcStokes I,of them are very amusing. The new BO, keep trying. I the three most remarkable blocks-said I or sitting on the rocks or buoys.', It Is embodied In It.A.Greenhut?

City; Henry Waddell, City; i Puzzlers are very welcome and if "Dear Editor, I a far more interesting creature than
to be the used:in the construction
though a Large Number Failedto I largest ever
forget.
Annie Mooney. City; Will Sam Barrow there was space In The Journal to Always rememlber/ and never I the sea gull-a wonderful Instance of &: Co. _
City; Pebley Barrow, City; Clifford print all their letters it would', be The brown-ejed boy that' remembers !: of a building-are !In a wall adaptation of form to special needs and DISTRIBUTORS, .

Land a Full Stringof 'Reynolds, Camden Ala.; Albert 'pleasant to do so, but only the short you yet. I I back of the temple of BaaL These Immense of permanence of type enduring from PENSACOLA. FLORIDA ..
Geri, City; Frank Geri City; Joe est can find room In the Puzzle col- And it I win that dear old ?, stones are respectively sut,- remote for the fossil. cormorant "
Fish. is or less puz It will make me hollow. four, sixty-three and sixty-two feet in ages
Girl City; Eunice Gerson, City; Peter umns. Here a more are '
Dannheisser bardly differs from those which
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Girl City; Allie Carrol, City; Effie zing! specimen. Your recruited soldier- I length and each is .thirteen feet in i
the cliffs in
now fishing from which
Suggs. City; Ethel Bayliss City; "Dear, Dearer, Dearest, Puzzle Edi- thickness!!, but the most wonderful
MANY HAD FISHERMAN'S LUCK Bo>kin Hyer, City; Egbert Beall. 'Jr., tor-I'm a No. 8 singer, so come Correct answers to all the last pictures thing in connection "with them is the their petrified ancestors are' imbedded.
Hill. Fla.; Mary S.' Cross down off you'r No. 10 and don't No. came in a beautifully adatess- Our common "great black cormorant"Is T'COR'NO'
Cottage fact that they are at a place in the
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AND FISHERMAN'S I IMAGINA'Treeport. Fla.; Lily Belle McKmnon.. 1)). I'm no 2 nor 5 but I'm 1 and havea (,a, square, stamped envelope not only the most representative typeof
the wall twenty five feet from the ground.How .3
(,[City; Will Daniell. City; Lola Lee 2 that caught a 4 as big as a 3 had neither name nor address on I IcouPQn. his family, but a link with the Inhabitants -
these Immense blocks of granite
TION WAS FREELY INDULGED Efcinlell.; City; Harry Porter, .Montgomery while 6 shone. I'm over three :years of the shallow seas of''both
I I enclosed nine "An I raised to such a height Is a
IN-MISS Ala.; Midget Maurice R. F. and my name is five eights of 7. One envelope were ever the old and new worlds. He is found
DOROTHY SKINNER'CAPTURES is first swer Coupons" and five letters. Another question that has'never. ;yet been answered
Editor-This
D, (Address illlglol? but apparentlyIn : "Dear Mr. my "Answer! throughout Europe. In 'Africa,
"THAT HONO.RABLE' Ala.) Dorothy Skinner, City; Beth trial at the dollar. I work at the enclosed" 'thirty-one Egypt and the greater part of Asia, In I.
Dennett My; Alma B. Parlin, Car- puzzles nearly every we k but this Coupons. --,' eastern North America and a little

DOLLAR" THIS WEEK. rabelle, Fla:; ,Lettie Martin. City; is the first time I have ever sent my changed by distance, In New Zealand HEN' i
Slow.
ATrfoIlr i
Mattalr Carrabelle,
Althea_Blumer. CityAnnie' R. Pfeiffer -answers in. Ruby La.Gnpoe, and Pneumonia. I have loved and Australia. Lastly be Is the only
-- City; Glad's'Dell., City;; Elmire Fia. De-Darling. youever
The Bell. City Will McLean, Escambia, Keep on trying, though not quite Pneumonia often follows la grippe I since first we met She-;Well why bird except the hawks and falcons
Puzzle Army went fishing last ; : the of Foly's: which is ,trained to assist. man in the .
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reek and Fla.: ..MajorielcLean, Escambia correct this time, as you see. but never didoft you say so long ago? Did you
mans luck most of them had fisher-In]Fla l ,; Mamie ,Coleman. Carabelle. send your "tries" every week and' Honey ,and jar! Jt cures la Ippecoug'hs think I 'asa nlnd reader?*' capture of living prey,,and In this vocation

ts-hermans imagination and IDI 'ulged finding freely'Row,I,I Fla.;. .Kathryn: Monroe? City;; Tom R.I you will wake up some morning and prevents pneumonIa'and|t he '18'f all birds, by sense, (

Pow., Fish rose, \Vhals. minnows;1'Hagood I''I Spartanburg.. S. C.; B [ with that big dollar In jour handy consumpt'on.: Ask for Foley's' A man should be upripht: hot be kept memory and affection, incomparablythe FOOD
nunnieb. mmees, jack, little*ponj .fish Henson. 'City; ,Sadie Bernstein( City; I II Again' After' It. and Tar andrefuse anr substitute or.1 nprightMnrene;' \urf'l'n best-London Spectator, ;
I Editor-Here' I am G. Vacher, ,of 157
tarpon sealion, silver I Arnold 'Sarra.: City;. Rudolph Joh, "Dear Puzzle j fered. Mrs
king yellow I after that dplar.. I fell like Chicago writes: "My wife had ai j
lI n. blue fih. finny tribe, etc, etc.I INr I City; Arthuriloh, .City; Anna Hen am again St., j jI '
Harvey Bajliss. City; you have tryed our little braL/a this severe case .of.la. grippe three years:
were) intended. I rckson! City; {
none. : ag '
Muss Doroth Skinner 904 North I I Walton Colvin City:. Isabell Lee, week but I am not discouraged yetI t I ago and 'it left with a 'terrible. makes \ f
I Susie Ket- going to keep right on until hcoirgh. 'SheHried a bottle of Foley'a ll PUZZLE-ANSWE/'COUPON.
Barcelona\ is the wirxer of that]l i City; Ray Merritt, City: am ,
City Adele I get that dollar. l' am afraid I am and'Tar ant it gave her imme-'
|*ar, old slippery, big and honorlwu I terer.I .. City; Clara Girl ; Honey '
dollar," this time and Is invited; P,iitz. City; '.Rosa De; Lustro, City; wrong again, but patience, and, .,time d'ate: relief:"'.A 50 cent bottle cured \.
10 Litstro Camella Di little friend Ray Merritt""Dear 'I l!' entirely." Refuse' .substi! Klink. No. CHICKENS LAY'!
call for it at The Journal office I I John: Di City; her cough Answers Mast! Bo Written on This Coupon ,
Correct'Answers. i Lustro, 'City; Bridget Di Lustro City; Mr. :Editor=I am sending in tutes. WA' D'Atemberte' druggst: ', Attention Wffl Ba raid Those Net Written'011 It N* /

The correct answers to the Puzzle Ernest Wilburn City Elizabeth SI-! will get there, Just ..the same" Yourmy and apothecary. j I II. Exception to this Rule. ,
first' time It them fat
for'the
solution
'eluTes Bennie Bernstein, City; puzzle = keeps andt'in
m The Journal Sunday, sari City I. -, 'r |
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March 18. 'are: Bernie- Laughton. 'City; Carl Thorpe I hope it will :be correct' 'I have Stockholders Meeting. My answers to the,puzzles in The Journal today air as follows: a healthy condition
X o. l.-Whlte Fish. City; Mary Abraham, City; Nell worked so hard to solve it. Yours sincErely -f t '
V> !,-Cat Fish. West City; Dennis W. Eagan, City; Carrie' Carson: Bristol' Fla." The annual meting! of the stockholders ; Cheaper.than all other a
\o.Butralo.. William Lee, City; Alberta Reno. An- Not'quite O. K, 'Miss Carrie, this of'the. Pensacola:Carnival Association : No.1 prepared hen food and/

\o f.-Salmon. tcnetti Girl. City; Beatrice Girl City; time., but keep on keeping on. I: will, be beld'on' Tuesday,I : "
o 5.Sucker Regina Girl, City, ; Susie P. Eagan. "Dear Sir=I am a Kentucky girl,.April'3. 1906,: t'4 ItCk.pJl\.ln? the : : decidedly better.

!'"- . .- rooms of the Chamber of Commerce' No. Z' ..- For sale by the following .
It -- j I Salisbury building.. Election. of direc, ; .
dealers
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a. "''' '!!.U.u.t.ueimu Ur :i liJ&OZi&i MWt.a t r Jt.l1#k Mn::um:4it I f'tors. 'F. F.. BINXJHAM: Sec No. 3 I East Hill Grocery Co.. .
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24mtd.' ,'. J. B. Roberts & Co. /

It TONE IS THE TELLTALE! AWE,'E rder..Eaater.Star.. .. .. No.4' E.Hansen B. Hoffman& Co. & Son. tq' .
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t (Regular meeting of \Varfleld Grocery Co ',- t
r't ; ', Florida'Chapter-. 14i i No. 5 O. J. Cunningham. : s (

s You judge a. piano by its tone, for tone. is the unearring index that tells .WE : ,. Tuesday O E.. S..;.8.March o'clock 27 p.Vis-m.! .. Mrs.
:.t whether a piano is good or bad. It is because of'.. it y. ..'(:::1 itln? members: ".are cordially No. 6 : Crary. ir l"
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.. M -t. Invited. :

U; Their Marvelous I Tone Q ua I"Itles."'" _- '11.1:=J i IRS,'ALICE_ MRS.WILSON ELLA, BEYER W. M.Secretary No. 7 Klein Grocery Co.WARRINGTON.. .?;,. .


:::...t: That the Kranich & Bach, Packard, Lester Cassell and Clutter Pianos ii i Geo. Bauer. .5 '1 1

i; have become so widely popular. Such tone is only' possiblewith the 1,, 4, -2 .'Sir Knights Attention. I j H No. 8 r IJrank Langley. .
!:2 finest made pianos. When you buy,. buy the best-easy to buy, easy to pay, E Regular conclave of j D No. 9 a k

Coeur De Lion Com- r

W&f Oldest and L.rg.st 114.--118 S.:Palafox. St, I ::. 'manding Templar No.7:30 1 Knights p. m. No.10NainO d" lewis8ear&Go t

:...1 E Music House in Cutter Music House PhonelSPENSACOLA I., : Monday. :March 26. Balloting c
and work in R.
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GEO. W. C. Sir courteously Invited.
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Esther Mrs. C. H. Bliss
: Appleburg
3ttaKtXaXtt3Ut Mrs.: Maggie Jacobson Miss Anna : aaaaaaaaaaaffi LAPP'S' eeaaaaaaasaaaf5

Mattson, :Miss Daisy Welsh.

I a PEOPLE and EVENTS 0 WILL SING A SOLO-+- IN I

PRESBYTSrai|CH U RCH. fu : Theidersn:
.Mrs. Wendt of' Philadelphia guestof I;

Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Com andiE Mrs.. J'Is'R...jceUer.wiiisIng"Mine"In the Presbj-a fcoloMesus "Y, ::0-.

terlan ,church to-night. B

j I Tarry g Women and Society Here and Elsewhere MR. WITJ1Cti'. AND-+-BRIDE MEN'S'SHOESN I Q. :

.. ARRIVED LAST; EVENING. I
Mr. Wildes Lucius Wittich. Jr.,. and
ilii'I'\ ;; D By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. bride Miss .*Ahna Fuller, who were rtj
J quietly married at the brtae's horn?
1t ;: 3X83mBaC8XS3m g: : f near S' lma 'Ala. Saturday morning, m N

1:: _ _ _ _ _ arrived lase revenlng and are ''at -
J: % tome" at the residence of Mr. and NlY"

;t ?:+*:' CALLED FOREIGN MEETING MISSIONARY.OF 7/ie Jot' !1al's Daily Fashion Feature Mrs.The John bride A.was Avant handsomely on North,gowned HllL j Nobody that knew ever said that. the CLAPP; shoe is not the N

There will be a called meeting' In the of Jc a gray traveling suit with nat and I. ': :, best shoe made. Because :they are. They're worn from m
the Foreign MissionarySoclc'y
other accessories to match. r;
Palafor M. E. church Monday after Mr. and :Mrs. Wlttich found a tof ,r j /ft Maine to California by' men who have money to spend and t;

4: coon at 3:30.SURPRISED: elegant bridal presents ,awaitIng. \Ji J \ C 0)
-+-LANGLEY them and their many friends unite In w-..:: .' can get what is..good.. We're selling today more shoes than
11 MRS. best wishes for a long life of happl:.. {f'

,j' t AND A Jolly MISS party DARLINGTON.of friends surprised! ness for them. -+-' n. any store in Florida, and; .:a large. part is CLAPP'S. We i [r 5;

c ? "Mrs. Langley and Kiss Pollle Darlington .SHL Mr. and :)Irs. William E. Craig are f\ wouldn't keep this up if the goo s were not good..the best '
of J. "
sisters Mrs. E. Long :
receiving congratulations upon the arrival .
,
..rcM.:: Thursday night at the resraence of of a son whose name Is William 5-- obtainable. A large shipment of SPRING OXFORDS In all ,It#
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1 their mother Mrs. C. Darlington 23 ,

4 ,?! ;West Everybody Romana.had a good time with r Hargis Craig: 4
Miss Stevens of Elizabeth N. J,
?LC1' games;: and music. During the evenIng foot the extreme wide foot. The styles are hand. '
is the very charming guest of her .I.uI narrow or "
delicious cake, coffee and fruits '* -0
tU1tL ,were Berved the only thing that -. cousin Mrs. Pyne wife of Paymaster I_. then and that MUCH.
somer ever expresses <
,4c-: could be objected to was th*t the S 'Pjne at the navy yard. ..?' !
evening was to short. Time flew too "Q(1);
I Commandant and Mrs. Berry have : ( )
fast and leaving time came too soon
,
ij4: for all concerned so enjoyable was Mrs. Berry's parents visiting themat'

fi4Ii the party. the navy yard.. : -
.' 1 I" $5.50TO$7.OO
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PROGRESS CLUB WEEKLY k /Mrs. Superveille is greatly Improy- r;
Tji 'EUCHRE AND DANCE. 1' cc ed and is now visiting her sister Mrs.:

fi4ki :The regular Wednesday night I H. H. Thornton. Mr. Superveille who % r;
ctuhre: and dance at the Progress! ( \ left Tuesday for 'Havana will return .PAIR m r;
ji'II/ 1'lcb: was unusualy enjojable.' t. In atoout two weeks. Their daughter.'
; V The prizes were particularly attractire. // Miss Marie,-Josefa. Is still at Mrs N cI
unr- : ." Mrs. Dave Kugelman won the \ Churchill's "with her aunt. Miss Julia r;

rt2r3 Mrs.Tlrst. -A.which Llschkoff was the a mission second a clock large; ( ... : Knowlesl: *- m I MEYER SHOE CO.itj m mAt ;

Gibson picture, the third a small G'bOn \ .... Mr. John Thompson has returned NI 5;
\ 'CB----- ::-
went to Mrs. Ike HJIburn. S Or' -
from
1'17 ) picture ; \ a visit to'Gulfport; and New '
.fr i1 The usual dance folio wet: the 11 leans. Furnishers For Folks fty r;
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-+-- \ '' Miss Edith HerWig. of Ann Arbor; 102 SOUTH ,PfLAFOX STREET, $ r;
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THE COZY CLUB MET \\i Mich., who has been visiting friends
WITH THE PRESIDENT. for a few dajs"''leiives'tonight to. Join t;

t1L: The Cozy Club met Friday evening : -1 friends and tour South Florida. I yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiJGfIN r;
pi-1i- ;with the president Miss Lizzie Fisher .
who has sufficiently recovered from (Miss Constance Hamilton who'was .. t;

I ,the effects of her recent accident to one of the charming young girls visiting r,
'
3T1 preside Miss Grace Re'Uy's. paper .. ; relatives with the war fleet for a
t'' {t on-"The W'eavers"-was the best. year or two. and ma.de many friends J ? GO T 0cWR'cH? r,

c 'Hiss Dorothy Skinner's and Miss .. afloat and ashoreUhaj'gone.to 'EUrope THE r:

Edith Oliver's recitations in Englishand ,<- to complete a musical'.course preparatory NOT YET"jm7l" ;
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Miss 'Miriam Blount's recitation to devotl.ng. herself to.'oratorio.. "_ KANDY
Jp French were greatly enjoyel.Jf1 ... .., .. 5u r;
JisiT 17
The next meeting will be with. Miss S ovOODOFY w
.- Among the Tecen victims of serious ) *>" >< *H fuPTh4RouR.l1c r
Th Edith Oliver. I ? % ] CP MOW ar&pN KITCKEN ;
colds was'Lieutenant Bryan of the SM7 4TiV- 4 'oiE' sitb Topof ThE
S I revenue cutter Penrose, tout he has AU. 'V4MDROM t;
rt{ Mr. A. C. BACC *ACCIDENTBOARDINGAT ...
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rl now happily recovered. S DgAR.I la a delightful place to) .r:
# PA CAR. is5 "I visit on warm dajs. A

The many friends of Mr. and Krs. i' .:: !Mrs. C, W.' Iagerman. leaves about large, well ventilated r.
A:C. Bacon formerly of this ciiy but April 1 for New York for an absenceof room, cdol as lean be:
f.A: now residing in Tampa will learn ., .
two months Mr. piano recitals dally, and
or more. Hager-
ht .i i'ith regret that )tIr. Bacon was severely man returned yesterday from his the best possible r
hurt last Sunday in that cit) .; .
: s Referring to the accident the Tampa BUTTONS .ASA. TRIMMING.! .. .- -i ,- fam .us'ha.rdwOOd- ...4'4 camp.' **-. .,e ICED DRINKS,

ct1-JTi Tribune pays: The use of large mother of pearl broad side pleat either SIde of the :Mrs. N. B. Neuraje of'Loulsiana! IS ICE CREAM and
I
1T :A. C. Bacon secretaryanJ Trea-I buttons is ICES SERVED.
quite effective In' this smallman's centre box pleat set with the buttons. visiting relatives for few
days.
a
4 er of the !Peninsula Naval Stoics: Russian blouse suit of fine white The neck has the customary, finish ofa

4ili4: Company while attempting'to board: pique. .The back is smooth across the narrow band, and the full sleeve Is Mr. Walker'Willis has returned and 0 a Could you want a better
: n1 a moving car. on hyde Park Avenue.: hot day attraction?
shoulders the slight fullness held into pleated in at the wrist to simulate a is his
;#i. Th1 SUJ1l$ 'aY afternoon. was thrown t': the the waisjt with a broad belt of the cuff. The knickerbockers are of the visiting 'parents.1 I- Hot Biscuits, Coffee and

:Uirtt.i pHBful ya- ement bruises.3ij' and. received numerous. pique fastening;; in front with a large pique, and show ,a, trifle below the Mr. Will Davis;arrived. Friday from II II I Doughnuts. at 5. o'clock each
pearl buckle, while the front has agrapov1ne I skirt of the blouse. Chicago and1S 'spending few 'I morning.zcittro11
a'
Retaining his hold on *he car: Mr.c2l days
$ Bncon was: dragged several yards on S visiting friends.
5
;1-i-' the brick ,avement, oi> side of his Its frosted clusters of! M. Smith 'M. R. C., Mrs. B. R.Witkovsk1. 4 5 ;j- I I I )
(Mrs. B. 3!. : ,
body being severely bruised. The injuries grapes and foliage glittering in the and Mrs.' : Levy of Mobile, Is expected IvrSPP'AEtEb
Crockett ,
fIti. will necessitate his absence light with a real Jack Frost glimmer.It .I { 'Shard. to arrive tonight on a visit to m VRIST% ILL I Kandy Kitchen Cafe )
gSri from business for several days.1i was a poudre affair all of the I After the business meeting Mayor: her daughter,.cMrs. Dave Levy, 222 HAVE Tf STAY / (
all West Chase. SAME AND DOCTO.ETU'l *
Friends the '
over city will
regret ladies excspt the hostess being had'been.. .
1-rLii: lt the accident I. gown Bliss who specially re' ,,01 rd' 'r ,/ y. 104 S.Paiafox, Phone 999
ed in white with powdered hair, Mrs.I quested ,to address the"Temple announced J
1r'jts4 -+- (Miss Karolyn Metz and ,little niece ,
Swayne : and '
was gracious charming the luncheon flnd ,its objectto
'MR'S.' SWAYNE'S RECEPTJON in black .net.. the unmistakable- surprise of the Karolyn Metz.-AIbrlght, 'are1 "expectedto
4t) FOR MRS KIMBALL AND -4- honorees arrive In a: few 'days from South
who
were escorted to the
_4.4 ;) MISS MARY LEE DOUGLAS. RATHBON SISTERS OF long table where Grand Chancellor Florida on'a brief visit-to relatives en
;
f The residence of Judge and Mrs. PENSACOLA FOURTEEN Horsier presided with his 'wife the route to their home in Iowa. IJ
Charles Swayne was the scene last
HONOR ORAND OFFICERS *
grand representative at his right and FINE J
evening from 4 to 6. of one of the WITH SURPRISE LUNCHEON. the grand chief Mrs- F.\ :3!. Williamsat Miss Ellie Baker and MIsS Annie PHOTOGRAPHS. .
most beautiful" receptions! the year. The ladies of the recently organized his left. Major Bliss and Mr. N: :.r?her have returned iroin a two Pensacola, Fla.

-4'tLFi for their attractive guests. their Pensacola Templo No. 1* Rathbone Oertlng presiding the foot of 'ni< nth' visit to sister and Jrien8s "in -_ ------. I I
tttsu: daughter Mrs. Kimball of Philadelphia -S#ters, successfully m&naged a delightful the beautifully appointed board. Mobile and New Orleans. They were .
-Wit1' and her friend Miss May Lee social function in ronnectiou Everything was emblematic from carnival guests of Miss\ tIdY Dana .
rt Douglas of Tampa, the three ladies with their regular meeting Friday aftwrnootf the yellow, blue and red haa while in New Orleans where
canopy suspended rjD
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i4t8h1 forming the receiving line. in the form .)1 an elaborate over the table with streamersof they had a lovely tlirt.Mr. S
f111H The parlor) was fragrant with carnations -and beautiful three conn luncheon the same colors extending to the -

the dining room with roses, a* surprise for the new Grand fcur corners of the table to the handsome .*. Herman Goldsmith and children LentenSpecialties
iN an r:11: furnished delightful music.n Grand Lodge 'of Florida member lily designs. woven visit'ng her patents: Mr. anj Mrs BIlirsciiman. 'months in this city 'guests at Mrs. J.'
Fi11i : uUti the young ladies.. and Mr .". Henry Horsier grand representative -two mottos in bias' and whIte-"On' + 'are."as,' pleased with the city as Pen-! { MYRTLE ,GROVE
jIU Mrs.. John C. Avery Mrs. Evelyn from Pensacola No. 14. ward" and "Upward ,Not only the The Excelsior rimcn: will met I saotians 'who have had the pleasureof
C. Maxwell, Mrs. H. O. l)(>.Silva. Mrs. ,with Mrs. Frack L. '
Rathbone Sisters. table cloth, but the napkins and' Mayes Wednesday meeting them are with Mr. and
s.4jfl: J Walter Hlgglns, .and Mrs. Frank !Among the distinguished sister doilies a!*cj noon. !
bore the for
emblematic consolation
Dunn made themselves .IUles, as Mrs. Cravey, there is Special to The-Journal. '
entertaining5tflir visitors present Mrs. F. 3!. -
were .
: ly agreeable to the arrivals. Mrs.C. Williams new grand chief and Mrs. did the handsomely'embroidered centerpieca (Mr.,and rs..L.R Cravey a pleasant their departure. in the anticipation of :Myrtle .Gronre...M"ar .24. Miss Emily
F. Marsh bearingthe..K.. .:of p. colors Jn their: jeturn. Cravey of' Pensaco.J .J'etumed homeWednesday
at the
presided coffee Clara Hilllard who recently installed blue violets .red coupla of Urbana. 111., leaye.\Ion.
4it1j urn. ana' Miss Fan Warren at the Pensacola No._14; Mrs. Susie Marshal On it stood, _and yellow, rose s I 3ay for".homEIl aftel'two'. enjoyable --* .- + "' after a most delightful j
I r run t bowl which was wreathed with of East: Liverpool O., Mrs. F.tJ a largo white cake Its -'Miss Hannah Hirschman has re- visit! to Miss Susie Tanton.
top surface '
artistically Iced with the turnsm from New Orleans and other ilr. -
and Mrs. Will Tanton spent
_ _ _
K. of
P. shield in'colors with the emUematic she has: '
:points in Louisiana where < : Sunday in Pensacola with friends.
I "F" on the blue. "C" on the spent the last fourteen months; :; most: Mr. Carl) Da.vis. of Goulding was' a

J yellow,and all "B"surrounded on the by red:a wreath background ]] 'enJoyably', I visitor. and here Mrs Sunday)to evening.Mr. ,. of this Lobstersin
Do of H 4 Cravey
You Feel Like blue 'Yiolets'--a'rid
This foliage This
? handsome cake .was made and decorated :. The. New: : City Flinch wit meet -withMrs place spent last Suriday in Pensacola

special: by gift Mrs.to N.the.McK.Grand Oerting Chan as elIor.a .neon., James T. Geralds Tuesday after'Mrs -:I with:Mr.Mr.George and Irs.Jackson; J. Cravey.of Warnngton, half and 1-lb. tins.

I- Fla, was a visitor! ,bere' last week..
:Resting on the damask
the cake was the snowy new.. Temple's: near new : ;wi J. Hannah: leaves to-night Mr. John' Adkins who has been Soft ,Shell Crabsin
sword to spend a day or two with her p&rents spending the last .'few weeks In]
:* A ton's weight on one of the finest in the fri
your Haynes, Ark., .returned home last
I; ternity and later the Grand Chancel l: 'in ,Alabama to.be'present; on her
; abdomen lor used It to cut his father's birthday. Dr. Hannah an:I Thursday. tins.Deviled .
a throbbing cake generously! '
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head-I distributing: the slices all round the the children will not go. Miss Mr and. Irs. J3 L. McFaiayen were
1r-k1 ache. feet as if I-:<,ard. Mitchell! ho has been :Mrs. Hannah's' among those who. attended the dcg
'
During the luncheon of chicken gacst: 'for a few
f> : dragging, ball! and chain? salad stuffed! eggs, olives, pickle!?:,I '.fcr. 'Rome.; .. 1 I I friends Miss In Annie Pensacpla Byrne Saturday was visiting

I I1-It Sure letuce sandwiches;-whrte-and choco :Miss Mary 'Spar&: tins.
of spent Saturdayand
sign "Spring fever late cakes coffee, vanilla and straw Miss. Annie Brooks of Nona, Fla..
: at
Sunday her home In Beulah.
vat? berry ica creams, and all sorts of fLae N'Oi 4 spent the last two months I ;
so called. A tonic, blood fruits there were-tw :pretty'Incidents wIth her sister Mrs. ':!l LIes P. Steward i Miss in Natalie Ooldsly spent Thurs- .
I day Pensacolawith ':Miss
: that added to the pleasure. of the occasion. SUGAR AND SPICEAND Ttft Saturday morning for borne, Johnson.* Esther -
purifier! and liver cleanser is fcCTOpiinied; by Mrs. Steward; and ,
Miss Era Tanton who has
S One. ALL:THINGS' NICE two toys!!, Charlie Jr., and Clyde) been
what was the"pre"sentalion of
S J you need. Our Crane's a gold spending a few weeks In Pensacola
Leon.
bowled silver berry spoon by Grand; Everything that a .well.mannered returned home Wednesday.Mr. .
SpringTonic is just that Chancellor Horsier on behalf of Tern grocery .store: should 4 Herbert: Caro ana' Miss Hazel! These are the choicest
tp : .. pie No.' 14, to""M Mifs. CTara"HIIlIard; ; keep-delivered at yonr house Mr.' and Mrs.: H.. D. Stratton and Cunther of this place went to De
bottle. and of a starIng: silver hat pin bearIng almost .as ,soon es ordered.: their cousin Mrs. Wendt are guestsof' Funiak Saturday.We products -sold and we

her monogram bv Mr. N. McK. Prices Way...down-quality 'way.. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keller en are all pleased with our new
if Oertin? to MlssnaMarks 'on behalf up. : route from New Orleans to their: mail carrier MA.Hjlliard! .,McNalr. know they will please
of the Temple; as slight tokensof FOR ,,ITUNCHEON. home l ia Philadelphia. They leave' :

Hooton's sistsrly appr ,I.atlC1.___ Monday night for Jacksonville. ;
Pharmacy .
Speecheswere made by Mayor Veal Loaf, |f Lunch Tongue; The Original. you.Sol ;

The Birthplace Prompt Bliss. Mr. N. McK. Oerting and Grand I Ham Loaf. ;.: Vienna Sausage Sure to please Blue Ribbon Vanilla.! i Foley & SCoChIeago, originated
Delivery.. Phone 1100 Chancellor Oertlnsana'the"! Grand Chicken Loal. Corn Beef Hash. Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far'i Honey and Tar.afe a throat and lun-

Representative's (Mrs. Henry 'Hors I Devil Chicken, Harrtb'gerStealc' and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is per' remedy, and on' account. of the great -
ier) report of proceedings of the Devil Turkey. Potted Ham.! factIon merit and popularity! of Foley's
i11 Grand Temple. wasJniensely Interest Chipped :B ef... fftevil Ham. I _ Honey and Tar, many imitations are
ing and was highly complimented by Potted Fish. ; Bonned ChickenROSENAU&GERELDSI !: New Suits Filed. offered for the cenuI e.. .These worth-I

DO YOU SHAVE YOURSELF? those (present '" -- : The following new suits were" filed names.less imitations Beware have),', them similar, soundlns. Cahn & Go
The whole affair "Tas enjoyable. ")esterafcr In the office of the clerk of The g* ni
Ine Folcy'a Honey and
:Tar Is
In
reflecting honor, those who a yel
f'-I If you do,. know the need of upon gave the circuit court: low
you a flrst-clayazor. package. 4ik- for it
3 THE PAR-_ It as well as upon those for whom It and refuse The Pure Food Store.
id
: ; Norris R. S.
? BOLA is sold by me for $2.50 and under an absolute guaran-, 'Was'given, and--ls'especially' Sim- vs. Mayes. trespass any substitute. ,'It Is the ,best remedy
creditable
r- tee your. back: If damages, 1.500; S. P&sco, Jr., for coughs' and tolda. .
money not satisfied... to those Sisters who originated for plaintiff. W. A. D'AJem-J (utbwett Comer PiUfo and InUndendiPhono.
atotrney berte. druggistand'apathecar
and carried
it "to1ls"6uccessful .culmination t
Cae's ,: )chtcxre. who were Mrs.. Jennie The Fancy Grocers '. Stops/ltching- instantly. Cures piles 'I I
DON'T
i FORGET .
REGULAR -
Soderqulst. Mrs. LEns SUN. { J
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1 ti,7) ML&M&J .1} '" 1 1) ,, 1 :j). 1, 1 7 :0, 'i iI'1)g,, the npper'St force In 1903 which! shows that Lake -



rum(01U Easter t r ; We're After You !! I Easter i that feet'and feet Now the Monroe,water and Lake!Is,It one eight at)Washington flows not'inch Sanford Inches fair down above to,above'was assume was the sea,but,St.sea level but that fifteen Johns t,four and vel If: Interesting, to Every Lady t



tr river i from Lake ':Monroe to the sea, a I High Grade' W e rables
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ru distance of two hundred and three
ru miles with only a fall of four feet and i'
Sluts. Si one Itttfh' that the water would run from!!I
The
Suits Well i "Butterfly"
SkirtsThe
(nJ Lake Okeechobee and-the Everglades, nown .
Of Our Clothing twenty-one feet four inches above seale"e1" I'
tutu ,through'canallf' into the gulf or
the ocean when the distance would
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[ vr << be not more than'one-tenth as far, :
: The apparent ignorance of the two'
ruru I newspapers Is very great They! r 1 .

11 1 is as near perfection as human hands can ., make it. I have gathered gone misinformation hundreds of miles when away accurate and .- < :"; ,Quality skirts
I
t knowledge upon the subject coull, V ( Beautifully tailored
I have been obtained by them from the .

.)- Were You Satisfied With Your Last Suit ? I office United where is the States within papers engineer's a few are printed.hundred office,feet which of I':, I'h :' and in the newest and


Duty of the Trustees. j j I' best styles. Black.
I The state of Florida solemnly pledged -!
; If hadn't better for Itself to drain the swamp and over blue-and grey Pana. '
not ? Listen what
next tl
you see us your to flowed lands away back In 1848,as wit- ,,
s I ness the' following Joint resolution, mat $5.00 to $18.00.
UtJ : adopted, by the general! assembly and
have offer for
Vy we to your inspection .'signed 1848. by the governor, January 6,. Black Batiste $5.OOto,


More' Than 200 Styles Resolution the'in (Reference No.Everglades.14.) to* Draining i I I The 1500.

0 5 5'U "Whereas, Large tracts of the pub "Queen's" Greys

lands-lying, In the vicinity of Lake:
I Okeechobee and in that region son $8.00 to $18.00.
Uu. And Patterns in 'r of said lake called -ths Everglades"
Every Conceivable so'
Weaves {
u.u. being covered with water are Incapable -! THE>+ "ROYAL" WAISTScut

u.u'U consisting of Blue Serges, ranging in price from $8 to $J5; Fancy Worsteds in t United., 'and of States being are therefore surveyed; .. valueless and,su1Hllvid.1ed. to the i j ;:ac::: ,to fit and 'fit to

u mercerized and all wool; Scotch and English Cheviots: ranging price from $6 "And whereas It is believed that'
u a large portion"of said lands may. be' wear. In snow white Linen

u to $15. All these are from the hands of America's greatest tailors, such as R.: & made drained valua.bIe'for by canals,the reclaimed cultivation and of. Batiste and-Fr.: Lawn $1.25 to

u W. Schnot S. W. E. & Sons., ts: tropical plants, and fruits; ,I v
: "And whereas. It Is believed that I $5.00.

u u These goods are made ,in the latest styles, 3 and 4-button straight'cut and f5, only these remunerate'this lands If reclaimed state for would the not expense

u sacks also double-breasted of such reclamation but would Crayenetle Coats of CharacterNot
cutaway yield a considerable surplus above

u u This clothing was all bought for cash and you get the:benefit of, all discount. such"Resolved'expense by; therefore:the senate, and ,houseof the cheap shoddy kind. V
representatives of the stats of FlorIda

a Come and have a look. ,' That in congress general be assembly requested convened to grantto Childrens 8 to 12 $8.00 ;

.this state all said lands lying south
Our Motto: "OlYB'PR.ICB TO ALL. .: of Carloo-sa-hatchee river and of the Misses 14 to 18 $9.35 l
northern shore of Lake Okfeechobee. I
r and between 'the Gulf of Mexico and Ladles 32 to 44 $9.35to$18 i9 /f i
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the Atlantic ocean on condition that
& the state will drain them and apply We will gladly show you the line. Z'I
THE M. 0 CLOTHING STORE the proceeds of the sale thereof, after t a

purposes defraying of the'education.expense"of draining to

Upon the strength of that pledge by MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Florida, congress in 1850, passed the
323 SOUTH PALAFOX. act granting the swamp and overflowed -
lands, in which act it Is provided. Watson Parker & Reese
1f" r< "That to enable the state ,
1 to construct the' necessary levees and
drains to reclaim the swamp and over- 33-35 South Palafox Street
-- flowed lands therein the whola of these
subject, and if the.appropriation made I I lished at Lake Okeechobee' and the swamp and overflowed lands, made un'
What Broward Did is sufficient will, be glad,to co-operate Everglades' .feet' "and 4 inches above thereby for cultivation, which shall I'
with you in any way 'poSsJble for the the.sea level. remain unsold at the passage of this,
advancement of the subject you describe )Survey made by. United States ten Act. shall be, .and the same are here
at JacksonvilleContinued t years before under General Gilmore: by granted to" said state. CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
Say "I shall also be 'glad to detail the only shows a difference of 2% inches in. The..Act further provides, "That the.
1 engineers of this department engaged the elevation; also survey made by i proceeds of said lands, whether from I
1 ( from Page Twelve) agricultural data at ,hand.. For the in drainage investigations for a con- Captain Dakyme, In 1901; and in addition sale or by,direct appropriation in kind, MAIN OFFICE. II BRANCHES.
I above reasons these .samples merit 'a ference'with your,engineers.from timeto thereto. the,elevation! of the I shall be applied exclusively, as far as: :
"The samples have been analyzedand particular, study and description. ., time for'the:'' purpose of determining Everglades has been established at necessary, to the purpose of reclaim l&tbon Juice was found to have the fol "Respectfully.- the best plan and most practicable about the same figures by the following ing said lands by means of the levees
I lowing composition: "H. W WILEY..Chief." methods for reclaiming the immensearea prominent' and capable engineers and drains aforesaid." I PAID CAPITAL $500,000The
:245--Density, 21.0; sucrose, .19.0per "Washington, D. C. Jan. 26. 1S06. of Everglade land. It is easily to-wit: Here h the contract, which the.
cent; purity 90.5 per cent; glucose "Hon. N. B..Broward, Governor, Tallahassee seen from a perusal of the m2.tter. Mr: J, M. Kreamer In 1891. State of Florida in 1850 made with: Consolidated! Grocery Company ia successor to the C. B. Robert
none. ,.Fla.: which you have,so John W.. Newman., in 1905.Mr. the United !States government-a con! Company ot Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company of JacJuOI1TWe.the ;
J 2246-Density. 20.8; sucrose, 18.7 "Dear" Sir-'i have the honor to .ac-i nished me that careful investigation: .' J. O. Fries in 1905 and V. P. tract requiring the state to "reclaim"! grocery branch of the Florid naval Stores and Commission Company
per cent; purity, 90.8 per cent; glucose knowledge the'receipt of,your-favor of 'should be made with reference not i Keller, in 1891.. for the Disston Land these lands. That contract was good: of Jacksonville;' the'grocery branch Jf; the Mutual Naval Stores Company, ol
none. January 16, with inclosures reatingto only to, the engineering, problem Involved Company.. c) in 1850 and the Chief Justice, deliver i Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval] Stores Company ol1'ampa
2247-Density, 20.4; sucrose. '18.0 the drainage of the Everglade landsIn : but the, fertility'of' the land I ask you to consider'' whether the ing the'Ydpiniou; of the court after i ; we grocery branch of the Ga Naval Stores Company ot Pensacol;
rer cent; purity 88,2 per cent; glucose your state. The Information givenin proposed to reclaimed and its possible careful scientific work of these gentle- stating the case, proceeded as follows:I the grocery branch of the',West.,Coast Naval Stores Company of Pensacola;
none. your letter and that contained in agricultural value for the production men ''can be honestly disregarded by "The first question which requires the grocery branch o: the Southern Naval Stores Company of Savannah.
, 2248-Density, 21.7; sucrose 19.8 the two pam'phots you Inclose indicate of crops adapted to. that cli! the Times-Union and Metropolis, and. consideration in the case before us Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Domestic
per cent; purity, 91.2 per cent; glucose that you have undertaken a work mate.. Occupying as they :do a subtropical -i they force upon, the people estimates is: Was'the, levee, tax Imposed In violation II and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc State Agents' for the Whit
none. which is of great magnitude and will position' in our country a made by persons who only claim tohave of 'any contract between the Hickory Turpentine Wagons.:
"These are the most remarkable add immensely,lo the agricultural pos- peculiar interest attaches to their reclamation : hunted deer and otters in the State and the United States? COVINGTON MANAGER
samples that we have ever examined. sibilities ot the state carried to suc- and subsequent development.: neighborhood or. as one has guessed "Is It not doubted that the grant by i C. M. PENSACOLA.BRANCH
They contain no glucose or reducing cessful completion. I am much, Impressed "Assuring you of my sincere Inter.1 that Okeechobee was below tide level, the United States to the State upon .
conditions and the of the
sugar whatever when tested by the with the' statements which est In your !project and such assistance because he thought the water was I acceptance -
ordinary method. After prolonging appear to be'well "supported, that the as I may in th 9 future be able to' flowing up stream in a creek, when if I grant by the State constituted a con Fine lot of Damonds' at exceedingly
polling in the glucose test a very faint muck land: which it is proposed to reclaim render, I am, very respectfully! )yours he desired to find out. all that would I tract. All the elements of a contrast Diamonds! low prices for a few days only. Ask
In the
raet tram!>action-competent them.
red can be seen by transmitted light, will be a, valuable acquisitionto "(Signed) JAMBS W1L=ONPAs I have, been necessary for him to have parties subject matter sufficient to 'see
tnt not enough coloration to enter the area of sugarcane lands of the to the elevation of the center of done would have been to taste the consideration proper amp: consent of J. F. DAVIS. 213 S. Palafox St.
even as a trace. These samples are south. I appreciate the interest you the Everglades at Lake Okeechcfoee water and found whether it was salt or antfnds.! : This contract was binding .---- ---.- ,-.
10 peculiar in this respect that I shall take in the agricultural development surveys made by the following United I fresh.If upon the State and could not be vio-
be ;lad to have a detailed history of of your state and, also.the fact that States civil en'gineers, are referredto I'' the Metropolis and Times-Union lated by its legislation without In-
how grown, how long they were grow- such development will be of value to : desired to'give true information to the fringment of Its Constitution:' See NEW ARRIVALS FOR LENT ; .
ing, the character of the soil, and the entire country. I shall be glad Survey made by Capt. W.< M. Black, people, why did they not ask Captain 16 Florida. 541-542.
everything connected with them, giving to confer .with any .members of con report to be found In Part iI. report to: Shunk, United States Engineer at It will:1>e seen by reference to page :
the date of harvest and all other gress from your 'state regarding this Secretary War 1889. elevation estab Jacksonville who had the levels t>f 234 'section '432. of the Revised Sta
tutes'of Florida that it Is to-day the \ '
--- duty:of theTrustees of the Internal l
r.... Improvement Fund to drain the Raul Standas Sardines J5c per can
swamp and overflowed lands. That "
section provides: Royan's Ala Franc as Sardines 20c per
-, "That the Trustees of the Internal ,
Scalp Specialists Improvement' < Fund shall hereafterfix \
.. \ the prjce of the public lands Included canExtra ,
IQ the' trust, having due re- :
iJ.: 1: ', ',' gard la their location, value for agricultural fancy: Whole Codfish JOc per IkShedded
Use and Recommend "?t'1?: -, :. 'purposes, 'or on account of
,
timber'or naval stores, and make
Codfish JOc
such ''arrangements for the drainage ,. cans,

Newbro's Herpicide R ,wy I of as advantageous the in their'' swamp:-judgement to and the overflowed may Internal be lands moat Improvement Roll Mops :pickled Herring, 6 for 25cPricet

? Fund; and the settlementand
Olive Oil and
cultivation of tne land." Section! s pts qt s-.
I No. 432, Revised Statues, Florida.
f"I The Supreme Court of Florida in Fancy Mackerel_ 25c each '
I the case of Batley-vs. Trustees (10th -
-
FIa.), 3 aa construed that section of
am sending you nY' photograph to' show what Newbro'sHerpicide t' our' laws to impose a duty upon the
has done for me I i I Trustees carry out the, work of ,s
"Since I first tried Hsrpldde "apon'my hair. ,I have used It h.. ? :;:l j I' draining antf- reclaiming the .swamp East Hill Grocery Co.
exclusively in giving scalptreatment to others and I would ,. I I and overflowed lands. ,
not think of trying to'get along without It.' ,:
(Signed) MRS. ANNA CONNER. .- ; t, I 'fVli. BOWES, Manager -

2807 Archer Ave., Chicago, Ill,: I The CtfBtarton terms 'contagion and lafeetlom.and Infection Phone 212 Corner Gadsden,.&. Hayne,

I r I too- often used promiscuously' .
are "- "- '- --
1+ though they4 gre'by no means synony IHH JM#******iHM?*. -H ii "

Hundreds of lady scalp specialists and hair dressers use.and recommend Newbro's Herpicids, Insteadof << mous.- Thedissemination of mycottc I DIAMONDS, "' WATCHES, JEWELRY, I
products of their own manufacture, upon which'a much Jarger profit could be made. They claim that diseases takes-t>IaC'C'lndJfferent_ ways.
'Herpicide makes friends for them and gives much.better satisfaction. Some hair dressers use Herpicidefor There are thpse which'! cannot be communicated t CLOCKS'P..RE IOUS STONES, BRONZ3B *
obstinate cases only, but why not use the best; first. ,& ': -from person to person, but i STERLING 'SILVERWARE
Herpicide is a delightful dressing that'can be. used when there Is no disease of the hair or scalp, spread: only by the microbic cause in- ,
and as an actual remedy for dandruff itching scalp and'. falling hair, it stands In a class singularly, Its { vading the:IndIviduaL To this class be ; ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS> I
own. loiig.malartarfevere.produced by spas- = '$ .
dressingVbr one that is full of sedimentary chetnlv' It I : : /GLASSWARE
hair \
Many ladies" object to gummy or sticky ,,, heels I modla, There :are secondly, those : ,
intended to dye the hair. The marked preference for a clean and dainty! preparation particularlyone from
"are" communicable
that overcomes excessive oiliness and Leaves the hair light and fluffy is reflected in the enormous which not person -
sale of Newhro's Herpicide. Discriminating ladles become, enthusiastic over Its, refreshing quality and. : to person but through external car =
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almost-Instantly. u riers only; such as soil water food, En g Fine Stationery. "
of
exquisite fragrance.. It stops Itching the scalp
rfJ
I air. clothing!ndnt_ ns ls. To that classbelong '. tgand
a ;ar
yellow,fever and Asiatic cholera '
I
J.' :They are Infectious. There are MairoraorS'Re.dvc' Prompt Attention 1
:.Mrs. Anna Conner. which be transmitted
At Drug Stores. Send cents.In stamps:tabThe, Herpicide Co., Dept. N., Detroit, Mich, for wmplf.l ,, directly finally,those from ,a person my or Indirectly ;

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To this class belong
throueh;! carriers-
scarlet fever,'measles diphtheria, van i JET. O..i.dek Jewelry Co.
W A. D'AIemberte Special :
rt Agent : ola, influenza, erysipelas and varicella '
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II perhaps ..lao, whooping, cough. Theyare i :MOBILE, ALA. -
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u SKIN DISEASES, i Amu.scl11cnts I "
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t There is nothing more distressing than an itching, burning PSORIASIS I : "The Old Homestead. T.. > ?f :

y skin disease, and upon the'return of warm weather those It Is one of the' rare 'events I'nCUT+ \,

; 4. who are afflicted with skin troubles find the symptoms appearing SALT RHEUM" individual rent American1 attains.theatrical distinction life, that in the an ,. ; I

r and know that they will be tormented ,through the, hot ,. three Important branches of dramatic y .i.. -.1.t, ,
summer months. The blood is heated with humors and acrid matter, and as they are forced, endeavor. The damatic autfcoractor
iranager Is a Species'of theatrical off-
to to the surface the skin seems to be on fire. The treatment of skin diseases with external -, spring In which England has been

'* '. applications is all wrong, because they do not reach the trouble which isMri)he blood. quite prolific, but the developmentsin

x The most such treatment can be expected to do is, allay the itching arid burning'. and. covet country that triple are uncommonly line: of endeavor rare.in this r 4.

up the trouble for awhile, but as soon as it is left off the disease returns. The late Joseph Jefferson left an

All food taken into the body cmtainsin', some form, the elements necessary to sustain enviable not place names his name a literateur on' the ,scroll but did of

the different parts. One portion is used for 'American dramatists.
'' the of blood another for muscle THE ITCHING WAS ALMOST UNBEARABLE. Mr. Mansfield has been a potent p
making '
f Dear Sirs-My body broke out with a rash or eruption factor in all the artistic successes ': : ,. _. _ (
for bone still another for fat and S
,tai one so on. which in spite of all efforts to cure continued to get worn with which his: name Is associated
w j After these different properties are' extracted The itching especially at.night, was simply terrible; l particularly from a managerial stand _
would almost disappear at times only to.retunf worst point. ?
.
from the 1 food there still remains a _
than I had tried recommended
v : ever. many highly prepe Otis Skinner has admirably united
portion that is useless or waste matter rations without benefit, and hearing of S. S. S. determine: .
a power of d'ramatic' authorship, with! .-. ,.
_
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'c to give it a fair trial and was inexpressibly dejjghtc -
his _
which intended to be disposed of through 1 unquestioned standing as an .ae.a 1.
when a few bottles cured mo entirely removing ever actor.
ti 'p' the natural channels of bodily waste, the blemish end pimple from my body. I shall not fail to reo ; James K. Hackett has shaken off
z ; Liver Kidneys and Bowels. At this season. oramend Escondido S. S., CaL S. whenever- an opportunity occurs L. MARNO.td do sc taken the shackles of the actor-slave 'and __ _
the reins of management icio::
become
7. of the year, however, these organs .his own hands.; .
torpid, dull and sluggish, and fail to perform: this duty, and these"accumulationsremainthe ,, i i.: The lamented' dames .:A. Hearne '
system and are absorbed by the blood ferment and so;r, producing burning acids- nlacrid confined his splendid talents to the / ,* : -
yk :k humors. The blood cannot properly nourish the system while in this impure'condition':' though\vrltlng! and mapveloifcty'producing successful of plays and,in This new fire-proof building. will be ready for occupancy May 1 to 15.

l' .FLY t and begins to throw off these acids through the pores and glands of the'skin' ; producing Acne; ;to those have lines, he too, can 'scarcely said A part ,of the space has already been_taken, but.the following.is! still- for rent:

Sczema, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum and skin, diseases of every description. a'th r-actor assumed and manager.'the triple role of Double store. in North end, c rrylng-second.floor, each floor 43 x 120 feet.

ECZEMA appears usually with a slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules front Among the women of the profession Freight elevator and stairs. 0 : '
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which there flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, and the,itching' is intense... It- to possess the delightful} acute Modjeska faisighteJneJs Is": said In I Two single stores in South half,' each ,21 x 120 feet.

41k: generally on the back, breast, arms, legs and face, though other parts of the body may beAfflicted. the arrangement of her repertoirs. Entire South half of second floor.; '

In TETTER the skin dries, cracks and bleeds, and is often very painful. The acid talent Mrs. Fiske for directing has developeda the rehearsal! wonderful of .a j, Eight offices on third floor, each office:supplied with heat, light and water.

t { in the blood dries up the natural oils of the skin, causing a dry, feverish, hardened condition new play. The strenuous charactersthat The building is fire-proof throughout, entirely modern in:construction and

; z and giving it a leathery appearance. ACNE makes its appearance on the face in the form of f Leslie have Carter fallen and to, the the lot indomitable of Mrs. I equipment,,and second and third floors:are. reached by:? both elevator l and stairs.

,t pimples and black-heads, and is particularly disagreeable because of its unsightly appearance ;' Berahardt. leave'11t1e'.time -for. anything For further particulars, address oraPP'1Y to ,F; C. Brent, over First National Bank.Carload .
It while PSORIASIS, a scaly disease, comes.in patches on different: parts of the bodyrlI : mental.. but recuperation .physical and 1

: One of the worst forms of skin disease is SALT RHEUM. It discharges a watery fluid, forming : .. Denman Thompson whose sweet

sores and producing intense itching. .The.head and face are, the parts usually affected:' old play of New England- life, will be

; and sometimes the hair falls out and a mass of sores forms on the scalp. at'with the his theatre'own and next tWe only lnesd company y night, is,, .j e f H t FiH
f These and all skin diseases aredue the acids and humors it however the
r to same cause-burning ', : only American actor !
the blood, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and made pure they will continue., The best t. that can be called,-as','successful tp' mind ,t. the I
: present writing .aq' ., .
treatment for all skin diseases is S. S,.S., a'remedy that is purely vegetable, being.made entirely ? thor-actOT-manager, : i. :::': :c' !. of : I

f< a from roots, herbs and barks, and acts ,directly on the blood with a cleansing, healing which,In: not we only will "The see. pegt
l effect. It neutralizes the acids and purifies the blood so that the skin, instead of .being "Joshua Whitcomb!" -The 'Two' Sisters !, .
a blistered and burned by the fieryfluids, is nourished by a supply of cooling; healthY'blo 04,. ,"""The 'Shunsnine of Paradise !
B
Alley, and "Our 'New MInister"Ir.. '
+,'t t' x It goes down into the circulation and forces out every particle of waste or foreign i matter- : Thompson -has shown fine qualities as

;; builds up the blood and cures all skin diseases romP tlv' a playright. W Bethesda
All > s '
4hese been
and S. S. S. does not leave the leapt plays have written Water
permanently.
par: on a certain line-in which Mr
't tide of the poison for future outbreaks, but entirely rid1, Thompson: excels-simple plot home
: the blood of the cause for all skin "diseases. .' l ly kind.; interest and humor of the genu'.ua'!

s S. Si: S. tones up the system arid:, regulates the:: Mr. Thompson'In-the writing-of haa': .,the' valuable these plays aid I ."' ... .... '. ... .. ..... '. -4 :.I i
x Liver, Kidneys and_ Bowels so that they will l carry off ot Geo. W. Ryer: as co-author.! j
Of'Uie fameof"Mr.: Thompson as'
the natural waste and refuse matter through the proper''' an, ,actors his "forty;; of experience !ft r
J stR .
channels, instead of leaving it to be absorbed by the. has eulminated-'in-the'eble-char- !J -ip) ;<-' c ived.

y-;,., blood.. Nothing equals S. S. S: in the treatment of these troubles and.for building np thc whch acteriza has lon"placed.of J\fphsuV hisna'nuT!? .WJit.comb"besides! *

r. T : general health. Write for our treatise skin.diseases, and any medical advice you. 'wish that of Owens Boucicault, Jefferson, < '

l t We make no charge for either. THE SWIFT. SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, GA;: Florence the ,rest the of elder the,(Sothern famous comediansof Raymondand I I ; So great has :been. the: : demand for this I I

st the American stage.
r5 '-. -- --'-- --.-_ Mr. Thompson Is a valuable member : '
:: ; T.-- -- ?'-- -- i; excellent mineral waterthat I find it .
"' ""' "*"' '' -' ; ";:- of the theatrical necessary
and
"body though
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3. .
ma ;:f resting atT>resent'al'his: magnlflcient I
.,t home inVest Swanzey, N. H., it la i '
to order i it in carload :lots. :1
1 R l f i METHiNG mii hinted that he has a.dramatic' bee j 4. i .
buzzing, that will furnish, a surprise !: ', H
.to.his. legions of ;jadmirers and !he I L .
t theatrical public in general.It .
1
' i + "SELF' PAYING INSURANCE" is a.,well known: .fact that he hasa SE
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; ... = standing order to write. "a rural 1tWy I II S It is the Best Water on Earth
ti a1 ; -i play for. ;Klaw. &Erlanger'! as1 a" successor 1 ar
.. to "The Old Homestead."' "h'lt
Ii 4f \ \
3i as Mr. Thompson'says himself: "It :
' = will be many a long year before 'The I
,lw,,q ;; i "Insurance that Assures" Old Homestead will neea'' .a suoces- : r
I Stick toour old. '
friend
and drink
the water
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Protects both =
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On Tuesday night next. March 27. I H

!! The Fidelity. Mutual Life Insurance Company, J Joseph's Rev.' Chas.entitled church E. "Through Hartkoff, will deliver pastor Holy a Land"for of lecture St. C I .,' '.original mineral water. ,and '

OF PHILADELPHIA, the benefit of the church. The 7N
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Uptil business is successful
without with'superb stereoptican views is: bottled by the:'Bethesda Mineral
f a proper store proper? employees, arid IThifh were also secured In the Holy Springs
GORDON & BROWN the right amount of capItal It.must be Land.
KlSiL' I assumed that these three conditionsare Father Hartkoff is eloquentspeaker :
an .- .,::.Company Waukesha, Wis.,' and there is a
I essential to the conduct o; profitable and those who"attend the l lecture : "
I trade:, and it is as obvious tImt next Tuesday nlht will un- f- r**
t i so long as advertising: accompanies} the dqubterly; be well repaid. s[. "new' man in every :bottle. ,,! ".
HARDWARE COMPANY. business of profit advertising Is necessary I- .
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FOOD HELPSIn 1 I Pn
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' 41t :Hfi everybody done indicates or will prefers be that done to business, bujtot.and so.la,men long being as of I Speaking Management of food. a of railroad a R.. R. man W y Call! for It and
Mill Supplies Iron I success rather than of men of failure says: p .
Pipe and ; ..
Fittings, "My work puts me out In all kinds '. .
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Just so long will the 'who advertises
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H Steam Pumps, Galvanized' Roofing- be likely to do the largest busi of for weather meals ,and subject compelled irregular to eat hours all :. J' HS

lit. 5#x < F Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes,, ness., The Moat. kinds"For of 7 food.years I was.constanU' troubled : You should have it' 'a"t11 ypur club, at yo'ur ( i

Tarred Roofing, Building Hardware,. Before'the days of artillery,. the moat ing! heavy with indlgesii fatty, starch n,;caused. greasy; by poor eat. I' \favorite() saloon l and on '. our. sideboard. ;,
was an effective of ,
R, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery. means defense particularly ly cooked food., such' [as/are most ac- .
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I with water._ In't cessibleto'xnen'uv'my;: business': flea- ::
very large forts or castles it sopetimes j' erally Chmea!'or lunehtwas followed f::1 i:
t assumed,,the dimensions of,a I.te.! beIng I' by "\\listrt: Ssmg"palns''a often 100 yards wide and ten to i sensations in my stomach which destroyed ;1 : : : l:
.. SPECIAL PRICES TO T TRADE; Eii twenty feet deep. The moat was I i i my sleep '"and .almost unfitted 4.L 3NaOO G
ii : Mail I crossed by a drawbridge which: couldbe I! me for work. My< brain was. so mud : sP
Orders Promptly Shipped. raised at an instant's notice..''When dy.and'foggy; that-It wash and for" me .. :7 i
the moat was too wide to permitof this .to discharge my duties, properly.
Telephone" No. 767, bridge' covering the entire distance a ; "This' lasted i tillabout a year ago, v .' X115 tr3_ qti"t r -:. 5!
slight wooden W-QS when my attention :9'35 called to : H
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,' VVVWWWh- Grape-Nuts food t>xsi newspaper ad. -
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1 ous century origin the: penalty In the early of listening part of tci.or last .We prepare railroad our men food-have in,,our little.cabooses, chanceto ,; Pehsaeolaj: ( Fla. i

overlooking secret assemblies; especially ; and I find mighty ; =
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31 New I. C.. Smith Masonic ones, was',suspension under for It is ready cooked. ".. 'l L !.:1..

: the eaves of a hqtSe' a ,rainy t. To make a long story short, Gra de- ."..'H...'H"FINEcsNW1i..utaAtR.y qzrib_. .,.._ .. "H'H'H iiiii...............JM"'rvnil.
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1-i1: VISIBLE:' TYPEWRITER day water ran through the Nuts has made a new man of m I ,
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f offender.-London Express. stomach nor any other symptom of : /
1 a + t eat' eomplat machine on the market indigestion. r can d' est anything: .. $.% d $, .jaati .. tlfF NN'V
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-$ Cent Terns.. so long as I eat GrapeNuts, and my 11
C descriptive matte A court of law is'a reminiscence of ,brain works as clearlY,and accurately 'tl. PIANOS AND ORGANS. #: SnDEEIii; t Put them in before the FLIES andMOSQUITOES
/k4 the time when.fastlce/sat 1n the open as an ngineer'a'watch. and my old t I CASH. OR EASY 'TERMS. *:
L. S. :BROWN courtyard, and the ..doCk..1a. from a' ,nervous.troubles have. disappeared entV' Air Piano Work Guaranteed. H, I r -j--; get into your house.
German word 'meAAiq a receptacle, .tirel}"." Name given "by Postum Co., tI!. CLUTTER RUSHING, # We can furntsl3.them. CHEAPER NOW. I
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e The highest testi m o- --ever' : awarded: torany'.mineral water 'was. that given -

to White! Stone. ',lthta--Vater.oy'tbeoJuryjfaW: ;l rds of the Louisiana:Purchase? '.

Exposition' when! :the' X..gave .to, 'White.-S oner.ithiaVater: : the official award -

nbbon,as'being _
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The: Best of the Many: 'Hundred Waters, Submitted' for Examination i comfort and sanitation 'these "blocks"; are far ahead of wood. ,

brick, and everything else. You need not take our word,but just l
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I fr' This alone l stamps, itas'being'the: : best medicinal water of its kind, and theeverIncreasing take the trouble to Investigate. Ask those who have used them

41 sale of: the 'water carbonated form stamps it as a table and you will get all the necessary proof to convince you.

water without pet; This is'a: 'record'to be proudofl.1 -
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ten minutes, and this' one virtue alone should commend it to thousands ..... ': Is one of the many' rtues we claim for the Miracle Hollow

,a who suffer from this disagreeable malady. By actual test it has been'proved *!' Building Blocks It also makes a house,that:is absolutely fire ,and r

that this water will hold its gas 20 times longer than any bottled water. It is

: 1 I taken from a spring which has a natural pressure of 20 feet-the only one of vermin proof. These blocks are also useful for many other -

: its kind in America, and it. possesses many other medicinal qualities whichno r I ,things and we will be only to glad to tell you about them. Drop ,

other table water, possesses. It is the lightest water in the world, and it ,

p: will blend properly with l still wines, Scotcn whiskies, and all other liquors. in and see us or drop us a postal l. card, and we tell you all about

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of everything, and White Stone's increasing_ popularity is,explained,thereby. ,..9' ,,or 1

Insist on it and you will never regret it. as it absolutely the best you can buy.: ,;- ; '.
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IT IS THE. :BEST: ON> EARTH.? : ',7

AJ .. paint the wall every few years. They keep out the dampnessand


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t. caused little: surprise A public In'Siam the lighting of a cigar indicates
speech of that'character has? been betrothal. In: that'
country a
1 AND THE Iv f fMcCLELLAN looked for from some quarter a become
PARKER wishing engaged to
person
t.1t is believed in Democratic circles
the ,girl of his choice,,offers her.a floweror
that an alliance of Grover Cleveland .
I :Alton B. Parker William F. takes a light from a cigar or!clga. Cement Go
i BOOM tSiheehan and )Mayor. McClellan has rette If she happens to have one in her Pensacola Stone

.:. .. been perfected to reorganized the mouth, and thereupon, provided there I
4 Democratic party in the state to .Is no Impediment, steps are at once taken ,
.S.t121 JSre"'ICIV oust Chas. F. Murphy and Patrick to arrange for'the'payment of the .
v iv F. ,MoCarren from control of the organizations dowry. The families\ the bride and

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municipal'ownershipacandldate, prevent'tfce support by sum,.,,:.lOj Calabria,; aa in

According to the views of some of people: were In a revolutionary Hood, the work Democratic has already party been' Much done quiet and J I ''a man lighted- parts pipe of betokens India, a lighted the acceptanceof taper or' I Factory Located at Corner E, Wright t Street and Ninth Avenue.
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the New York papers Judge Alton being stirred up' by ranee
the suitor for the hand of a lady in
the men in touch with affairs
Parker Journejed to Jackson Miss, exposures end revelations o. other among .
confidence is expressed in the,ability marriage. In Siberia it is the custom
nisveek for the express purpose ofi forms of graft, but are 'now in A saner '
of the combination to ,carry out that when a suitor has been acceptedby .
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i tunching<< the presidential boom i\ith the ,Hearst, sentiment decide/
Mayor McClellan. of New 'York. OP the wane," its plans." & girl she presents him with a box
Judge Parker addressed the leglsla- Judge Parker's employment ai If there has been any effort to as- of cigars and a pair of slippers as a -- .-- I
re on everything in general and counsel for McClellan In the mayoralty certain the feelings of the South' signthat he Is to b. master in the south line of sections 12, 11. 10 9, 8. South Palafox Street, between
nothing in particular, but before hof contest did not keep him from touching :McClellan, we has have not ouse. Legal Advertisements i 7. T. 5, N. It. 31 west td the NW. corner -' Main and Cedar Streets. Bill.of sale
away from Jackson be allowed giving erpredilon to the above. Per noticed itThe South not given of section 18 earns T< and R; at cost of purchaser. Oeo T. Morgan.
:imsclf to say McClellan was the logical haps he has some excuse for his own the major a serious thought anl Japan'. Pancake \Vomen. Precinct No.'23. thence south along the1 west line of Special Master. 20mar24-27-3l,
candidate for the Democrats. small vote, but In view of the returnswe Judge Parker is on a cold trail. We One of the familiar sights on the Described as follows: Beginning at sections 18, 19, 30 and -j. to the SW.
In view of the fact that Judge Parker think an explanation, would b$ so could not disparage any Democrat streets'of a Japanese town is the pan the northeast corner of section 35 corner of section 31; thence east along MASTER'S SALE.
lost every state in the country much time wastea1. but we think the party Is going to.., cake woman, who, with her little bra. township 6 north range :31 west: the south line of'sections U, 32, 33. By virtue of a decree rendered by;
t utMde of tho solid South and was The New York Herald says, cam- pick a bigger man than 'Mayor McClellan zipr of coals and her tiny frying pan, is ,thence south southeast. corner of 34. 35 and 36 being the ,township line Honorable Francis B- Carter Judgeof
Juried by the greatest landslide in renting on Judge Parkerfc interview: seems to be at this time! wbthink' usually found,oil _(corner not far from section IV, T. 5r It. 31 West; thence between townships; and -6to the the Circuit Court cf Escambla
the history of his party, we are surrlsed "That the mayor' has His eye turned also that the party is not goingto a'BcbjOoI. She has a bowl full of dell- I west to the southwest corner of sec west bank of the EsCambla'rITer; bounty, Florida on the 10th day ot
that he should have given ut- toward the presidential nomination be worked by New York iitfluence\ ? ; clous{'batter, a ladle and a cake turner, tlon'7, T. 5, N. B. 31 W; thance north thence nortnwar'd along said river to January, A. D. 1906, in the case of J.
ranca to any suggestion regarding in 1908. and that he has behind him irto nominating a man whq 'Is unknown be crowd to northwest, corner section SI, T. the point of beginning. O. Jennings against, C. Van Pelt,
he and conservative in to national affairs and without and there is apt to, a hungry/ ., west thencs along MCMILLAN, .
logical candidate. We sbould men prominent I 6. N. R. 31, ; A M. as Sheriff of Escambia County. Florida
stink politic a sore subject with the Democratic! party is generally a record. Parker was the great ,un around her little, stand as soon as state line to point of beginning. Com- Clerk Boara' of Co. Commissioners. and exofficio administrator. the testate
Judge 'Parker, and one to be ayoi'Q'ed' known In political circles.y A campaign known, and he nan been the great for- school is out'for not many of the cbil- I I nosed of ,the following rectlons: 2, 3, Precinct. 20. of Lawrence; Alexander deceased
nut of regards for his feelings. In In ,the Interest of 'this ambition gotten until he resurrected himself, Men are able to resist the smell of the 10 at** 11, T. 6, ,N. R. 31 W., late part Shall remain, as'b tore except as to and Maggie Alexander, I'will t
'\15 presence we should discuss the bas been under spay, for several. He lost his 1)wn'stat' by a heajy:vote crisp pancakes, at least if they have of precinct 22; 34 and 35; T. 6, N. R. sections 34 and 35 townsMy! 6, N. R. on Monday, the second day of April
weather. or any other strictly non. weeks and he and those who stood back' of any money. For a email coin worth 31 W. late part of precinct 20; sections 30 west, which are now a part of pre. A. D, 1906, sell at public outcry for
artisan subject, but politicsnever.The "Throughout the South, it is said. him are at a discount as party Iead- only a fraction of one of our penniesa 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, T. 5 N. R. 31 W.; c nct 23. Described follows: Com cash, before the county court house
judge says= the small plurality systematic' work' has been going onto ers. However much we may respect; child may fry 'and turn his own hE'cUons,31, 32, and 33, T. 6, N. R. 31 mencing at Mayo and McCurdy's door in tha city of Pensacola. Florida,
b\ ,which) Major McClellan was re- ascertain the sentiment regardingthe the :candidate of 1D04 we cannot fort ,cakes, and happy! is the one who has a Wei late party} ot precinct 9; Doting Ferry on the Escambia River thence during the .l lgal hours of sale, the
'II'Cl'J last fall did not mean that mayor as presidential timber. To fet the extent of the disaster' that number of coins in his little kimono place'tq be att 5,Creamers gin. along the line,of SAId river northeast Following described! property, to-wit:
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Ills popularity was waningthat/ the thane familiar with what. has been followed his nomination. sleeve and cm'fry" and eat to his : :' 'A. M, MCMILLAN, erly to the state Uae; thence westerly Three and nine-tenths (3.9)) acres of
We woufc.i! not make any prediction's? 'Clerk Boar;? of Co, Commissioners along the state line to the NW. lot one 1). section twenty-seven (27).
__ -- ----- -_ far ahead: nor express .any prefer Lcart'a content. R. 31
nb -- so ; corner of section; 36.' T, 6, township one ((1), South, range thirty
Is* :aa ordeal' which .aD. Micas, but it Its true that William J,. :. Precinct No. 22. \V; thence south along the western ((30)) west, fronting the county road.
ECOtijui with Bryan, sobered by maturer year ana, Shall ramam as before except as to Una{ of said section 36 to in the county of Dncambia, State olFlorida.
&; women approach for wider information is the rnot forcty sections 2, 3, 10 and 11 of T 5, N. r.. the township line between townships Together with the Improvements
jndescribable fear, ful figure In the Democratic partt 211! which are now part of precinctNo. 5; and 6; thence eastward along said thereon and the hereditaments
nothing 'compares with day. His course In the last. cam 23, Described as follows: Com- township line to the SB corner of and appurtenances thereunto belong.
A Mo 1HER ihe pain, and horror ,of pa'gn! won for him' many friends-hat and Vinol builds you tip. mincing: at Mayo and McCurdy's Ferryon sectIon 31, T. 6, N. R.' SOW; thence ing or )In any wise appertaining. Deed
the confidence of thousands who in township 5,1 SE corner south'on' tne ,
The thought the Escambla river from said ; at cost of purchaser.
phild-birth. he would not be a safa:lead: : and keeps upOur 5,
feared ( you north of range 30west: thence: south line between sections 5 and 6.T. SCOTT !t[. LOFTIN,
of f the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant motherof er. He h i an honest, and! sincere mart along the line of said river to a point: N. R. ;JO W., to the middle of said Master.
all pleasant anticipations of the coming event,:and CJ1.sts'over her a and (in towering contrast! with the "here'the south line of section 9,' section line; thence eastward throughthe mar-oaw4w..
shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women ever.shifting occupant of the; white same township ana' range strikes the middle of said'"section 5 to the.
house, who posing: as the champion the thereof th-nce, In southeasterly
western
bare robs cambia river; thence along line ;
found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy o* the people, alwayu runs ".up', the sAi line of.''section{ 9,. 8 and 7 of direction through sections 4, $100.00 REWARD
confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life Qf mother white flag whea the'Jnfl'iencei. back southern! 5, north range thirty; ((30) I I ItQwnshv 2t, 10 and 11 of T. 5, N., R- '30 W. to
and tb 0.11v n at.the republican party demand a fur- .00 reward will" be paid for tha
child. This scientific liniment is a godsend .m of the west and along the south line of sec- point of beginning. $100 '
time of their mqst critical trial.. Not only does Mother' Friend ton' 12, T, 5, N. R. 31 W. to the south A. M. Mc ILLAN. arrest and delivery to the 'sberiff'of
carry women safely through the perils ,of child-birth'but. its use ,' render.Silenced west; corner' thereof; thence north Clerk Boar of Co.,.Commissioners.FORECLOSURESALE. Walton county., cne Charlie Renols,
"morning Him. 3 the west line of sections 12 and a negro. Description: Height 5 feet
gently prepares the system for the coming event: prevents A Kansas Cityoman tells this story along 1 to the' township line between T. band 10 or 11 inches: weight about 160 or'
sickness," and other dis- on tier husband to demonstrate the 6r thence east aloud the same 170 pounds; bright mulatto with med.
comforts of this period. .. 7HERs! inferiority of the masculine mind.' One line to the northeast comer of section NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that turn, large eyes. Has scar on upper
Sold by all druggists at .0' morning as her husband was, sitting: 6, T.. 5. N.- R. 30 west; thence by virtue of a decree of foreclosure: lip to the right of nose and when Jut
breakfast table i southward on line b tween sections 5 and sale made andentered by the Circuit seen he 'wore a blue faded jumper,
f .oo bottle. Book ; down to the he glanceJ
per of 30 Court of the First Judicial C:r- pair of No.
: 6 township 5 north range overalls, a gray cap a new
containing valuable information free. FRIED. at the dining room clock fend said, and west, to the middle of said sectionline cult of Florida in and for Escambla 8 !fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to
j "We must be later than usual this through the the 10th day of March A. J. A. Rtchbourg & Co.
Ike Bradfield Reaulator Co..Atlanta.G.. ; ; thence eastward county on be paid by
morning. "Don't place too much con. middle:f, said section 5 to the eastern D 1906. In a certain cause in chancery Crestvlew:, Fla.
fidcnce in that clock. It stopped nt 6 delicious Cod Liver line thereof thence in a southeasterly wherein A. A. Fisher Is complainant
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--- -- -: going by guess.!' replied .the good 10 and,,11 of township 5, north of I will, a*Special Master appointed -
wife. 0 :Better than old-fashioned range 30 west to point -beginning. by the Court for that purpose, sell .VVOOp,.
"Were you up at 5 .o'clock1'!' asked. and emulsionsto : A. M. MCMILLAN. at public outcry at the; cqunty: court
the'husband. cod' liver OH Clerk.Boara' of Co. Commissioners. house door in the city of,Pensacola, AII'klntb,that. ;you want.
Hardware Paints Oils 'Of course not" restore health for Escambla County; Fla.; on Monday
the Jnd day of April, :1906, betweenthe '
"What time did you say the clock Old delicate children Precinct No9. of 11 o'clock' a. m. and 2o'clock s
people, to hours AND PINEcheaper
as' before except as OAK
Varnishes Brushes. Locks, 'Nails-In factwe' are' prepared stopped Shall "jremam m, to the! highest bidder
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) 'etftte boastfrom "At 5'i weak run-down persons, section 4, 5, g. 7, 8 and ,
. to furnish everything needed tb btollff,IM west and sections for cash, the foll6win property, sit.
foundation to roof. '* "If you weren't up at 5," replied the and after sickness, colds, north cf range 31 north of hate lying and 'Mtog between num. than you CaK buyIt
man with a puzzled look, "bo* in bronchitis and all 31; 3: "nd S3 of T. 6, of range bers 514 and 518 South Palafox Street, anWhere. Any size you
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Contractors Should Get Prices.. thunder do youAnow when',the clock 31 west, 23. Described as follows: {in the City of Pensacola. Escambla want ,
., throat and lung troubles. clnct_>Q "
stopped? the west bank of Es County Florida 'to-wlt ,One patented '
Saunders ,Mill Company ""11y, dear it stayed stopped" Try ,it on our guarantee. cambia commencing Liver,on,where the' sooth line of shooting gallery. On$' flute organ E.i 0. SEWELLPhone
engines. Four rifles.
the reply. The man, did not say :an section 9 strikes the river; thence Two gasoline
Kaa ** City, south line of sections One tent. The said property being situ ',614.
other word that morning.- alone the
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rt'H a policy IS a non'participating poltcyi! $yt.rfay": be the situation In companies ; : ,

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Harry 1 ijilimarT of the New 'York compete In ''th" ole'vault-. and" Dick EVILS OF "BABY RACING.*
:Athletic club,, the premier. mlddle- distance Sheldon andJwpeaMltshjU.9: { the N. t -
Sensational Is Kadthc ..
'Jocbey man In the land and Schick-will Y. A. C./In the.weight'events.. "
,' both'.attemptto! bring back first..prize. C. M. Daniels:x>f thef.Y, Ai C. Mar- "Baby racing. or the running of thor
4j 'A.C., oughbred horses only.two years old.
4 ce. .for the 400 meters run. quard Schwartz of" the llisourJ hai
..H'K. Valentne| of the N. y A. C. will J. W. Spencer of the N. }:'. A. Cj and H. increased to such an extent that mast
Compete U.'the. 800 meters,.J. P. Sulll- J., Bornawan: *oftbe'C. A./A; will makeup horsemen are considering an appeal ta'the'
Bums Is the: Talk .?tan and Q; V; Bonhag of the Irish- the country's swmmng team. Jockey club to curtail the practkt
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; 'American, AX: in the'five; mile;and J. J. For- Giants Begin Work' Earl every one who has followed the race
,haw.ot. the Missouri .Al C.. J. Fowler The' NewYork; ..Kation'atetwere the at all for the last few years admits it ban
of the--c 'idgei "gymnasium and evil. is the resurrection of the nil.
b >ort
Fighting.World i .brr first "basebamsts" to/'open training In of racing which declared that
J' r ,P v 7 4i rrP :William" Frank: o{ the Irish-American'' .the,south_ Manager Mugsy" McGrawhas form should not begin until twoyearold -
pr. .A. G In" the MTarathon race: May 1.
I taken hjs men to Menlphls several Those who have the true interests 01 tiu
,4 + '" : weeks earIlet-,than has been.. the custom the sport at heart deplore the fact that tin
Ths Westerners.'". I In'years past. *"
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Hmerfcane Should 'Urn at Tlthcnsf&li ;:Manywesterners will represent the Evidently' the, manager.of the.;world's post before the spring Is ended.sent to Thog the
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country ih the field events. Hugo champions intends to begin .playing favoring the practice Include of course
:i u 1 Friend of the Chicago A. A. and Meyer championship; ) .from, the very startof many.large breeders as well as the
4 Prinstein of 'the Intercollegiate A. A. the coming campaign..,Jf possible. He pro-
fessional
taBj: A pagborn to fall turf He' has won'nete as hockeyandfootball racing ,men who pick up everythlng'ln -
+ f Men will" be"entere-d' In the 'running broad Is' a crafty diamond'general end 'can a race from the m
player; as"skater, as runner and as purse huug
f # : Jkal-flnd: his glory nothing but hot air. lacrosse ,and tennis ,player. Since1 ex"trem8'J'OWh' jump 1L,'W- Kerrigan of the Multno- usually be depended on, to steal a up down to a bet "to show. The faction( asit
-1. V -ona.sElegy..** Rev1 ed.THE he has-exhibited a mania mah A. C Portland, .Orei, in ,the march on,hi. ppponentsl-: favoring early racing of the "babies" Js
4r high Jump; Prinstein In. the .hop;,, step Dan McCa n.J.he great first Baseman; and has
passing of :Marvin Hart the for outdoor sports a fact, which is a strong one shown positively! .
and Jump. and Ray Ewry of the N. Y. will again be field captain of the Giants Its
heavyweight has largely responsible for the eplendidendurance power.
& and <;hrbtyJ,{ ewS9n..4) cemOJe will
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standing broad.jump.Hugo
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On-Jan.1
i-t forth much comment. be exhibited against H rt.Couldn't'Stop more than a score of fractious
"r 'rlend..ot the Chicago A. A. and be tlie team's'.$hlef dependence'In the
barely trained soft ,
tr .fI: aspirations to the throne boned immature
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Rr G.-hesltt r-WilHams-coHege will be pitcher's'box, 'All .tha- iher ,stars of
'" left vacant by the resignation of Jlm"r Him. 'two-year-olds faced the starters.
Jades bare long been apparent to Burns was barred from lacrosse and In.the. 110. net 'r hurdle race., last year have'tb' en- retained !by the Since then races of this character have tcu
1:' 'j!! newspaper r readers and. truth to tell. hockey In Canada on allegations of professionalism P mOTP '"' r .the Chicago A. A; will. management '. ... BEN T"'V1S.1'been of almost daily occurrence. The

:"r ., Hart was a, newspaper champion and ,.but be kept.on,playing by seaSon in the south closes in the latter
nothing more. The puncturing of the disguising 'himself-'and 'taking several *3Y ar'xr' .i 'rr part..of March. .It Is safe to say that i
ld fragile bubble by, Tommy Burns left different names. : hardly one In twenty.of those two-year-
;,f ti Hart sadder poorer,, more modeIit-and One of the most laughable Incidents olds raced In January February and hitt
tP. :; a great deal wiser than before. in i Burn career occurred-during a lacrosse ...' grlr,,.. i x. h'r 'i re March will be heard from as three-
.ij That an unknown scrapper should game in' Detroit when some sr <+ r. t.as "L' year-olds. '
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have two
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------ the evil effects of babv: racing fresh in
r&t their minds. One 'Is that of Oaklawn. ti
Will Shields world beater at the Hot ti
H tQ$ ., Springs, Bennings, Aqueduct and ,.Ja.-
maica 'spring meets in 1905, and the
., ., et, ip' kxx' other is Father Catchem. a real likely
youngster that began his career on the .
LI FIRST BASEMAN DAN M'QANN: CAPTAIN OF NEW ,YORK Q t rrya coast New Year's day. 1906. and wound

i NATIONALS. :. rHfiR.false up At the Jamaica (New York) fall ca cat
i<>I meeting In. such track sour condition
whiskers'he'wore fell oft during a winter 'seam; at 'Hot Springs RadUce that there was talk of asking that his:
heated moment In a contest,'with k Canadian -. has ridden' more' than' thirty winners entries be refused. tla
,team. But even after being exposed with seconds and thirds in proportion.In It is true that Oaklawn was sold ti
. Burns kept In the: 'game and seven days of rldln r,he.piloted }ntwentyflye ,+t t r, August Belmont. chairman of the Jockey 0O
couldn't be induced to quit playing. winnerjv:four' seconds and t ; club at Saratoga for 30000. Mr.
Burns' best blow is a'rlght swing, but six thirds.. :Canyou: beat thai .Qn Belmont had no entrant. available for 0'a
his left Jab for the body or jaw is some four of those day >he rode' four winners tho Sirat-ga Special, the greatest two-
,4!,ar -come- out of the west. like the young ; thing to fear. lIe weighs 180 pounds..:, each day. 'Neither Danny Mahernor year old race of the year barring the 'att
:%1:e Lochlnvar and hand a supposed champion Tod Slo- .ne ever. -- equaled that rec Futurity and Oaklawn' had shown ;in ttCe
the Icy mitt la certaInly severe Ruhlin Is After Burnt. ord. his work that he was back In his best Ceof
:tt .F reflection on some members of the Gus Ruhlin the "Akro /.Giant,**'_wants w. S form.
1-. newspaper fraternity who have been a to fight Tommy Burns. Rides For.J.'O. Keen e: But his showing In that event and f.i: ofp''.
>I l Ruhlin thinks such a bout would be a Radtke first caine'intp prominence at several subsequent races caused the
S t good drawing card in San Francisco. Latonla a year ago. He rides for J. O. sport loving magnate to retire him b
a wyat9 ,FEt and he believes he can whipj Burns .Keene,owner of a small stable:who has forthwith. Whether Oaklawn comes t t..*
a r handily. Some of the fight critics refused $20.000 for the lad's services. I hand this year doubtless will have con.slderable
t 4 ae, ( however opine that Jfcuhlin should retire :That.price* Is far too low for- a contract rLya. ; effect on the proposed. hang-
3 from the ring on account of' his with a boy like Ra'dtke. Maher and I II In the rules. In Father Catchem's case
l-,, age. Sloane:received from UO, OO to $50.000 it was a combination of too early and
'l+ Til fool them.all," says Gus. They I when their'work did not show the qualIty too much racing.
may think I'm a dead one, but I have a of that of this youngster. e pt When this colt appeared before New
?, half dozen good long lights Jell in. me. i York race goers he had been to the post
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tt :Ll i9"3'km.x good care of myself lately and that There' 'seems no doubt that the the majority-In fact, almost aUf h:sstafts.
counts for a whole lot, The fight fans American team of athletes that has Naturally when asked to go to 1
should not forget that I made the best been selected compete at Athens'w}lI I the post again he balked, and his antics.
t r"l ,$v k M showing against.Jlm 'Jdfrles 'ever put capture first;; honorWhile,. England such as bolting rail jumping and turn- 1S
on record when I fought hinv twenty should ,,win .the. long distance runs. Ing at the barrier were the themes for I
; rounds to a draw In 1897. Neither 'America should ,corral the' :-prints. the much comment. Incidentally the jmtlic
a' Fitzsimmons nor Corbett ever-equaled weight events the hurdle races and*a lost thousands backing him. and thf
,., e F..ls3 that. > 't<.- fair'-proportion or:Jumping counts. The sport suffered In the public mind 19consequence. t
+ ti Ruhlin forgets to mention .that;four swimming counts will in.aU probabilitygo f
l'' years:: later. Nov. 15. 1901 In San Francisco to the Englishmen.The ..
Jeffries defeated him In ,'five "
t 7 1l_ rounds.: : members. the 'team are as follows ,.i TAPPAN'S. GREAT FILLY.
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Jockey Radtke', Exploits .
t W. D-. Eaton of the Cambridgeportl I I
year-old fillies in Indiana. Last in
n e # i Jockey Herman Radtke's sensationalriding .gymnasium G. Ill Queryrouze of the I year
Si at Oaklawn. Hot Springs Ark. New Orleans Y.. M. C. A. and W. her two-year-old form she stepped' *
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BURNS 'WHO .has made' him the leading' Jockey of, Schick of Harvard, will compete In A.I ) MATHEWSON OF NEW YORE NATIONAXS,, ,AMEE- full mile In %:111, last half in' 107: and
MARVIN HART. cuarterln 032. She Is by-:Mr.! Tappan'stallion
America. Since the opening of the mid JOO meter race. / ICA'S GREATEST PITCHEBl
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