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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 27, 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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VOL. IX NO. 74. PENSACOLA., FLORIDA 'TUESDAY:_MORNING. MARCH 27. 1906. PRICE &fe... "NTS/


WILL SAVE NATIONA !I'.;'j H Mn 'M H H OFWORKS'/oo v ": z y

MURDERED BOARD
I ANOTHER STRIKE! [ ,*[ TERRIBLE COMMITTEDBY CRIME's ; A -'$$ TO

MILLION JEALOUS' MEXICAN. :
YEAR FIRED GINGLBS Y
By Associated "Press

OF CHICAGO Runge, Tex.. Mar. '26.-Near ,c..1- PREVERT HERMARRIAGE ;.
'y Couchee eight miles south of .1 1 }
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House Passes Resolutions Cor- JAMES ARDIS 15 *33- here overtoolt a Mexican a \vehicle named containing Ramon i!Tried Upon Charges Preferred ,j

ft two youn'g women and a little ay
in the
rect Extravagances TEAMSTERS[ & boy' yesterday. Ramon climb- ae Against Him, and Found Guilty

led Into the rear of the buggy 7: .
Public Printing. ie and cut the throat of one of the c'f in Each Instance.

STILL ATLARGE 'Women. causing Instant death. g ,

3? The horse became frightened .;.E w ," Jl 3.4 ,
Zy.Y.Y
Vote Rail- Big Union Unanimously Votes to and began to run whereupon ,+, Insane Massachusetts t
Wants Final on I Father
Senate & Ramon drew a revolver. and of I : Meeting Held in Court Room to t t

road Rate Bill. Push Demands for Increase Of jS Jealousy shot the other prompted woman the, deed.dead. ...f*}'! Takes Daughter's Life and Accommodate Crowd. 1

The two dead woman are ;'I I n
of Wages. ''. daughters of Alexander M. Then Kills Himself.PANSY f. "t
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SUGGESTION FOUGHT BY MR. Henry, a well to, do ranchman '$ {1 ATTORNEY W. A. BLOUNT, JR,' i
of Oflacers .
& this county. are I

TILLMAN WHO HELD THAT Negro Arrested tat Florala I Was BETTER CONDITIONS WILL ALSO,I searching for Ramon.7 ; P.. TOWNSEND SHOT i REPRESENTING: MR. GINGLES, Jj
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FULL NOTICE SHOULD FIRST BE DEMANDED-TEAM OWN!, WITHIN THREE HOURS OF THE r j WILL CARRY MATTER BEFOR3' k
Found to Be the Wrong
BE GIVEN-THREE IMPORTANT ER'S ASSOCIATION. WILL RESIST I TIME SET FOR HER MARRIAGETO i COUNCIL AS SOON AS RECORD- 1

AMENDMENTS OFFERED BY Man. DEMANDS.-EIGHT THOUSAND FRANCIS E.' PERRY OF FT. IN CASE CAN BE PREPARED: :,

FORAKER, SCOTT AND CULBER- MEN WILL BE AFFECTED.By THE AlG CIRASCONFERE.NCE MYERS FLORIDA.By CAPTAIN DAW'S CASE POST.'. ,1

SON. Another disappointment was in PONED. IA i

store for Sheriff Van Pelt and-Deputy .

Sanders Sunday when they reached Associated Press. Everett Ma Associated s., Mar.. 26 Press.Less than CHAS H. GINGLE'S. 1 1t
By Associated Press. Chicago Mar. 26.-Chicago will seethe o N
Washington. :Mar. 26.-Follow ins Florala for they. found that the negro second big teamster's strike If three hours before time set for her : a regular ,meeting of the,Boani 1 1at

the president's suggestion the House arrested there Saturday was not Jim'plans lajby: the Truck Drivers Union 'wedding today. Pansey P Townsend Public Works held last night! Chas. !'

to-day passed several resolutions to Ardis wanted for killing Officer Burn'I at a meeting held- yesterday, are her was father shot and, Joseph mortally P. 'Townsend.wounded by at FOUR HELD FOR IL Gingles was again fired- from the 4'
to roct the useless 'printing of publiC carried out.
ham. < their home in this city to-day.: Townsend office of street superintendent. He 1
documents antf, to empower the prmtb The sheriff and deputy left the city The drivers backed by the International AGREES then endea1 his own life. was tried upon the charges of wilful '1
committee of the two legislative: organization unanimously; ,
Townsend to have been disobedience of orders wilful neglect j
bodies! to fix; the number of documents Sunday morning at .7 o'clock and con voted to push their demands for increased (Miss was 3
married to Francis E. Perry of 'Ft.fersp of duty and incompetency, found '
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to be printed and should deli fidently expected that the right man wages and better conditions I. Florida at I 6 o'clock tonightat guilty on each count and dismissed 1
arise for additional of The Chicago Team Owners Association CHRISTMASMURDER.
mand copies had been captured and from what the People's.-Temple In Boston, A from the employment of the city. 1
decided to resist. A
have author firmly
then as
ity toy to publication order another edItion.to they had heard they. had reason for compromise seems improbable I i{ Upon pufistion of Policing Morocco son of Townsend who had been sent When the beard convened at 530 !
off on an errand returned and found o'clock In the afternoon there were j
It is asserted that this action w:11 their belief. The Truck Drivers Union Is the

result in saving the government up- As soon as they reached Florala strongest; In the city being.composedof I the Most Difficult Issue both The dead.only reason is then In the following present Chairman Mayor Zebus Bliss and, Mr.who Turner.presided,oC. ,
rards of million dollars ally. eight thousand membersCONSPIRED
a annt: they left the train and went direct to note left by Townsend: the board Mr. Girfgles and his counsel :
Nearly the entire day was devotee Under
the jail. Deputy Sanders who, knows Consideration. "At 3:40 I have taken my daughter's W. A. Blount Jr. There were 3
of
to District Columbia business a
Ardis TODEfRAUD life and my own. I do this 'also a large number of interested spec* 'l j
saw as soon as the prisoner was f
rather than -see her the wife of Fran tators and for this reason the session
URGING FINAL VOTE ON brought out that the wrong man had By Associated Pessv"Washington. "
RAILROAD' RATE BILL I D. C., Mar. 26.-A cablegram cis Perry. was held In the court room.After '
been arrested. Owing to the great interest BANK received at the State De- So far as known Townsend had Detective Claims Evidence is the reading of the minutes '
nothing against Perry ana' It Is be- the' stated that the first matter 1;
manifested in Pensacola regarding Tartment 'from'amba..ssad'K' mayor '
Washington, Mar. 26 -Tnere was a to-day
lieved his mind was unbalanced. Strong Enough to Secure be taken the charges
hint in the senate to-day of an effort the capture of the negro,the I White stated that thq' Algeciras was to up was
to fix the time for the final vote on officers used the. lon'g distance phone By Associated Press. I I ractIcally agreed upon the questionof : against; Mr. Gingles. The first sped
the railroad rate bill but surrounded and notified the Jail that the negro 'Pittsburg :Mar 26.Four arrests: policing, Morocco they most difficult SON KILLED Convictions._ flcatlon was read, charging wilful dis >1
M so much circumstances and doubt was not Ardis. The local officers re- were made this afternoon in connection -, Issue before conference. No details tfbedience of> orders by not returningto
mat no prediction as to the time turned to the city Sunday night at with the failure of the Enterpiiso as to the nature ,>of the agreement FATHERBy ... the city during the yellow fever }
would be justified. Mr Tillman stated 11 o'clock. I National Bank. Forest II I were obtainable. ,' AGED Special to The Journal. epidemic as ordered. j

that he would bring the spatter: up in The impression still prevails that ,!Nichols private secretary:!' to W. H.' Afarianna, Mar: 26.-There' Is considerable To this specificatiOon Mr. Blountrook 't
the senate to-morrow and unless 'Andrews, and George T. Ralston, Hope for Agreement. exception upon the 'ground thatthe ?
Ardis has not andlthat ,
left this J section, Press. Interest in the ,case 'of ,tl'
Associated j city council had already passed .i 4 4ul.on
some objection is made he may uk of his friends Charles Menzener and Edward T. Algeciras, Mar. 26-Toe Moroccan
some are secretinghim .Valdosta, Mar: 26. -News was received -suppose, '.murderers of the Christir toe-question'and ,ordered the re
to have a day specified.The and McMillan,' former clerks In the banks conference* hetcl..as '?don to-day : ; .4 t
suggestion as to time rose in the movements making of him the acquainted: with ere arrested on, a charge of conspiracy seekingo adjust the policing question here today of the death of::John family, the, officers now'' -having": Mar' Instatement- of Mr Gingles 'Continuing .' i .!
officers
connection with a more or less serious to defraud on Information fur; definitely. The German delegation Brant 81 years old at Nashville on people under arrest here-:Will he said that 'the charges as read
effort on the part of a number of nishea' by Special' Bank Examiner: declare It considered the mat Saturday. Tie son was Intoxicatedand Christmas, of by the clerk and those furnished Mr." j
murdered
senators to secure immediate! con CASHIER AT THE! Edward P. Mosey. Nichols and Ralston -: ter of supreme Importance and if the attacked the father brutally, according -( son DIED, Grilles I did not correspond 'which-was .4 ,
sideratlon of amendments offered b>' ,, gave bail in the sum of. five inspector general vas refused Germany -I to reports, leaving him for Holland, ,sonin-law and two negibes another evidence of the manner the J :
themselves Mr Tillman Desisted all thousand dollars eachWITNESSES. i might withdraw 'from conference dead. The young man defied arrest The preliminary trial takes; place; on board. had of doing business. > 1 .t
attempts of that kind, in the absence I CUSTOM HOUSEBRUCE iI I An adjournment was taken but was finally overpowered. April 2.Detective. Bliss Replies. ; j

of many senators, saying the totes until tomorrow. The delegates still I, A. Smith returne4 Sun- < flaJ'or Bliss, acting as chairman, rt'4 i

ought notice not to be taken without full I FAVOR i hope for a complete,agreement. FOUR KILLED AND day fromCampbelhon where he had plied to the attorney 'by saying that 'f tat
to senators.
the
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Among the amendments offered S. WEEKS CHOSEN BY gone' to get more evidence. "When the last meeting ( Blount), ;

sere: by )Ir. Foraker prohibiting GREENE-GAYNQR BIG FIRE AT seen by a Journal representative he had threatened the board but no at. It
COLLECTOR STILLMAN TO SCORE INJUREDNew tention had been paid to it as he wasa 1
the Issuance of by Mr Scott,1 I
passes: had In his possession some very damaging -
young attorney, but that the<<; board
compelling railroads to connect with 1
FILL THE POSITION. 'i FAYETTEVILLEFayettsville evidence and in speaking of did not propose to b-> insulted by. Mr. t "
ether railroads, and by Mr Culber By Associated Press. '
son denying to inter-state roads th York, Mar. 26.-Four firemen the case :Mr. Smith said the state had Blount or anyone else. :? "
privilege of making campaign coutri Savannah Mar. 26 There was, perished and about a score of firemen plenty of evidence to convict the An Investigation of the papers show j ,
bacons. Bruce S. Weeks for many years rapid progress In the examination of and citlzens! were Injured in a fire accompanied ed that two copies of the specifications 1 i
chief customs inspector, was yester witnesses, for the defmt-e in the. N. C, Mar. 26.-Fire, by a serious explosion that prisoners. \ sir had been served upon :Mr, Gene J
day appointed by Collector John E I' Greene and Gaynor case today, beginning In the heart morning of the caused business the distrctl de-i, demolished a sfx story factory buildIng gles, and that they did not correspond J ;
GEN'L WHEELER Stillman to fill the twelfth week of the trial. early this streetson although meaning the same. '
the position of cashiers, and at Bedford and Downing :
struction of eight stores causeda
at the custom house which was Four officers of rank In'the engineer and the lower west side today. The NINE KILLED AND "When the board decides to regulate / !
of two hundred fifty :
MEMORIAL made vacant by' the 'death of Captahjt[Ing corps of the army were on the, sand!loss dollars. The loss Is only hlu'l, property loss Is three to. four hundred me, then I will!. take steps to pro'i .
TODAYBy Jas. Atkinson who had held the stand and their testimony was highly -, insurance. par"1 j thousand dollars. test myself" said the Attorney 1'j f
tially covered by THIRTEEN INJURED
'tion. for. the. past seven years. peII-1 favorable to Greene and Gajnor. have nothing to apologize for, and the t

lr. weeKs assumed cnarpo or :'he' : evidence is acteumulatlns, for'here are' f,
Associated Press office at once, and was busy during I ,- two sets of charges." ,j i

Atlanta Mar. 26.-Many Confederate the day familiarizing himself with: his By Associated Press. The chairman then ruled upon the \

Union and Spanish war veterans new duties. He has held the position I Casper, Wyo., Mar. 26. An accommodation exception taken by :Mr. Blount gay- )!
ire are In the city to attend the of chief Inspector for a long period Ing that the board contended that it ,.: i
Wheeler memorial to-morrow after and is thoroughly familiar with the traIn'on tha Chicago &. had the right to employ and dismiss 1}

noon. "Corporal" Tanner of the customs business. (His many frleiis t.. Northwestern railway's new branchran employees of that department. He, _),''S. ,I
Grind Army of the Republic XfajcrXEer. will congratulate him upon' his promotion into a washout on the prairie 26' ruled the charge in order. 'J '

general Wheelers three oaugh i miles west of, here to-day. Nine were' Witness Examined. : '
Irs and his. Mrs. Harris The office of chief Inspector has :
sister ar-
killed and, thirteen injured. Most of A plea of not guilty was entered, :
reed to-night. not yet been filled by the collector.
the killed were in the caboose_which after which the examination Qf wit ,
r WA EAa nesses was begun. City Clerk Mer '
QpArf1D'SYRRY was at the rear of the train. Back of I 1
TWO KILLED EX-SENATOR ritt was the first to be sworn and tea
\\1"\orlt't fOR.r of the caboose was a ponderous steel lined that he sent two letters to Mr. I
'
I 'Y-' water car. The caboose sank deep Gingles notifying him' of the action' 1

BY IXPLOSION: PASCO WAS HERESPENT IrvtU Into the mud aDl/ the tank,car plunged of' the, board In recalling him. He ''

lPA ESr: on top, crushing It 'like an egg also called up Mr Gingles over the
long distance 'phone but Bald that the :
A'TJ.OJ, >4Cf:':.., shell and catching the people in a
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By Auoclated Press SUNDAY AND A, PORTIONOF : +fl r" s.t ".., mayor answ ed the 'ph ne when Mr. 1
11PPEAL'To .1t"O
Y
trap. *
\ Gingles finally answered :
Birmingham Mar 26.A dispatch .- + : t
'to the Age-Herald this afternoon from YESTERDAY ,IN THE CITY U I ; "1 JnNA Mayor Bliss testified to asking Mr. '
Reader Mine, fifteen miles south Gii 'files what he intended doing about ;t
*est of here, Bays that two negroes VISITING HIS SON. f MERGE TO CONTROL returning to Penscaola] and receiving :J

' were killer and several others fatally the reply that he did not,Intend to do {
I injured; by a premature explosion of E tE S S L .' 5 TIMBER OUTPUT, anything. '
I ,dynamite! at the mines near Bes. Former United States Senator S' This concluded all the testimony *
E mer. Samuel Pasco and who has also upon the first count, and the second : .
served on the Panama canal commission was taken up. This charged wilful *
*
,. was a visitor to Pensacola San S,1 / r By Associated Press neglect of duty by falling to report|'
WHY\ PAPER WAS day and a portion of ).est rday. w +- Norfolk, '}.a., Mar. 26.-Tha entire for duty when the yellow fever had / ;
While here the ex-senator renewed \ 1 ,- r ended. A plea of not guilty was en*t:f
I and greetedby S't IRYin properties of the Norfolk and Southern tered by Mr. Gingles. '
ola acquaintances wag
REFUSED A RATE his many friends. I- AN1' )) c'I railroad and the' Virglnia-Caro- Mr. Zebus was the first witness. Its

His visit was purely a social one t Lna Coast railroad and their lumber said that }Ir. Gingles had never re-

He had been to DeFuniak and decided ;_., interests are to be _merged with an ported to him for: duty at any meet
ay Associated Press. to come to this city on"a short authorized capital of twenty-five mil iffg of the board. In reply to a question -
JVashington. Mar, 26.Designed visit to his son. Samuel Pasco. Jr. --y, he stated that Gingles had reported
lion dollars in bonds
and
"rnmarlly for advertising purposes" Mr. Pasco was honored by the Con- twenty-five to him two days after the council
million dollars in
tax stocks. rail-
the reason the post office department federates at their reunion $Saturda The had passed a resolution ordering his
road will give total of
a
denied a eecon* lass rate to by being chosen as Brigadier General merger reinstatement.
the t eighteen mills with
UniQn i an output of one
> News of Thomson. Ga., act'Ording a position held for some time by Gen it Chas. H Turner, who was chairman
hundred anr' fifty million feet 4
to the reply of postmaster eral WIttlch of this city. anDually. of the board
up to a recent date, was *
eneral There will be six hundred
I L'Cortth'ou' to the house reso- Mr. Pasco left yesterday afternoon examined.
lotion on the thousand acres of timber land owned next He said that: upon Jj
subject toslay. i I'at 5 o'clock on his return home
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lit fee and timber stumpage of four
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By Atlanta School Janitor; Operators Committee 11,I

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I By Associated Press. The screams' of the, girl broughtthe t\N. .,r I .

:Atlanta Ga,, Mar 26.The negro other ,pupils to the( room when dI d- .' By Associated Press tors,on the scale committee demand'

Janitor of the Walker street public the negro fled The girl wSo Is four I fH Indianapolis, Mar 26:-After an all Ing a restoration of the scale of 1903 -1

School attempted teen ears old fought the negro the I : nay session of the scale committee of which Is an advance of 5.55 per cent,
to
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criminally She Is l .rm. m er the present wages. The operators
whole of the :
length room.
sault the daughter of Rev. A. C. prostrate# by thq chock. ,I -- '..- ..&J$( J .fll the miners and operators, president: immediately asked: for adjo
R'ard. a prominent Baptist minister The negro' was arrested. 'There Is Mitchell of the miners organization, ment until nine o'clock to-morrow, *> :

tht3 *fterw n. The attempt oc- no danger of mob violence and Dr. presented an vitimaturutothe.Ipera morning which was ordertd > I

i tarred in a cloak room or the school Ward expressed the hope that the THE j AFTERMATH. .a ':
silding. law, would, tak\iis' ': .
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of' -f < Its component parts are all wholesome.It L HEAD ON Unqualified Success of Lydia E. Pinhham's

5yrup r s acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs. Fox

4 I. It is wholly tree_from objectionable substances= and Miss" Adams
: Jr'' is
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11.'t contains the carminative principles of plants.Itcontains j .4.

W" .. - ... wholesome aromatic liquids which are ... c's

: :'-'j' r > l \' agreeable and refreshing to the taste. '. > Suicide of Wm. Davidson '- :' 5,! _ 2;
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m't'., pure. ; .,.,;.:,j<' ( iJ5'e' '
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: -': All are pure. n }. Jr. Milton :
: 'It is gentle. : :, at on Sunday
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.:i:;.:;< .! t It is pleasant. \ ': *. '..:.iIf :,:;' ", : All are skillfully and scientifically compounded.. I : Evening.Special : -. ..

;:})r t.' It is efficacious. ".: i r' ,' I : --. '

i ..-1.. x r I Its value is due to our method of manufacture to The Journal. t: .. --r- .. -' .
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expensive. > Milton Mar. 26.-WillIam Davidson. b
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and to the originality and simplicity of the --
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:-t ; c It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. .II-I1j:' : } the railway station and the / I
; 1'1 .' water tank In front of th9 train which -/
It is convenient for business men. II
: left Pensacola at 5 p. m. Temporary
i4", \ Manufactured by i 1 i insanity is assigned as the cause of
'i .It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. I the rajh act The head was. not severed -
'from the body: but the neck was: Fannie fox usLuella4aru
ii1d! [14 It is used by millions of families the world over. broken and tha upper portion .of thC

:::1ri; ; A I It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. (AIFQRNI A fitt SYRVP ((9 ))11 f ; body Although badly the mangled.engineer' of the .train One,-of the greatest--- triumphs- Lydia by'the physician and he--says- I hue no 4'11I

.. -. :- nw Davaason: place his head on the E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is I of a tumor now. It,has also brought\
c H Ifyouuseityoubavethebestlaxativethe'T periods around once more; and I ii
the of woman's dread
:: rails the train was under:good headway 'conquering
San Francisco. Cal. I r:' I entirely well. I shall never be without bat.
1 and It was impossible to tc'p'.In enemy, Tumor. !tiff of Lydia Pmkham'S Vegetable Ctmrn i
I world produces. I Louisville, Ky. New York. N. Y. I II time. to prevent running over him. So-called wandering pains may iathe house."-Fannie D. Fox,Bradford,? ,
; DSUCOISTS. I Deceased was 28 ,years of age and come from its early stages,or the presS
!L I FOIl &LLE3TALL LEADIXO was employed as a carpenter. He ence of danger may,be made manifestby .Another Case Tumor Cured
was the son William ,Davidson Sr., excessive monthly periods accompanied by Lydia'E; Pinkham's Yt ;fta- 4

keeper of thg water tank,. and was by unusual pain extending from ble .Compound 4I
; -- ---- =------- the abdomen through the groin and Dear Mrs. Pinkham-
well known throughout this section. .
: ; :f..',- ..,,-$" "" ,- -.." .'. 'w' -.. .." 'M', "''',-,, ,,',.'..".,- 2:' .."i.i.......... ...' :., .. ... ...:....r: ,"r':' ........ ..... ..... -.. ........ For, a long time he had acted strangely thighs. in.**About three years with ago I had intenseum
__ "t If you have mysterious pains if thereare my stomach cramps and mm
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and was generally'believed
headaches. The doctor ?
indications inflammation ulceration prescribed for y .
he was'not'An iris right mind but finding that I did not get any better II.
don't wait for
N\ ._: He lro survived by &\:wifeand".two or displacement examined me and, to my surprise, decb-j, cuWatc'
----- --- -.--- _________ children. +, time'to confirm your fears and go I had a tumor."I -
__ A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS v- (The ,funeral .will, occur At-' ten" through the horrors hospitalopera- felt sore that it meant my death warrant, .I.IW
BEST : .
.' : !01 tion;"secure Lydia E. Pmkham's Vege and was very disheartened. I spent hundred ;J
It !I SUITED WITH A : o'clock Tuesday. morning.CHUMUCKLA- tableCompound at once and beginits of dollars in doctoring, but the tumor keen
BARREN II BRISTOL I .. .
PINE H use and write Mrs. Pinkham of growing,till the doctor said that nothing bet

CERTIFIED CHECK. Amusements i Lynn, Mass., for advice. an operation/would save me. Fortunately I
Read these strong letters from grateful corresponded with my aunt in cue of the Isew
England Stateswho advised
I : me to try Lydia
: women who have been cured: ,
"* ;a 1 E.Pin VhAin'g Vegetable Compound beforesub- 1 K(
5c CIGAR.
.;it1 Special to The Journal. Dear Mrs. PinkhamFirst( Letter.) mitting to an operation and I at once started
t4ff Pine,Barren, Mar. 26.-Rev. J. W. Special to The Journal. AH the qualities of flavor aroma -- *Ia lookingwer your book I see that your taking a regular treatment, finding to my
medicine cures Tumors. I have been to a peat relief that my general health began to
:Mar. 26. The spring term color and gao !! material "
Xlongh: ? agent for superannuate Bristol.' embodied in It. "Through Holy Land. Special to The Joornal.Chumuckla. doctor and he tells.ma I have a tumor. I improve and after three months I noticed *
libmes of the Alabama Conference, of the Circuit Court has been in session I What promises to be one of the Mar. 26.-=The farmers will be more than grateful if you can helpme that the tumor bad reduced in size. I lent
'for the week. Judge John A. : A. as I do so dread an operat1 n.'--Fannie on taking the Compound, and in fen months Optl
4 ; -was here one day last week in the past Greenhut & Co. most interesting entertainments of around this section of the country are. D. Fox, Bradford, Pa. it had entirely disappeared without an operation -
i I Interests of ,his work. lie 'secured )Malono presiding. Much business has DISTRIBUTORS, the season will be the'lectnra to be. very busy now planting and preparing Dear Mrs.PinVham. Second Letter.) and using no medicine but Lydia E.1"1nkba.m' -
been disposed of and three negroes PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. to plant. There will be quite_a "I take the liberty to congratulate you on ,Vegetable Compound, and words
4 snore than $200.00 to aid in this noble delivered tonight! at St. Joseph'schurch large acreage in cotton near this the success; I have had with wonderful tail to express how grateful I am for the good
tried for murder. In the case your
enterprise. were by the pastor, Rev. Chas. E.I place. Our farmers nee a good medicine. it has done me"-Miss Luella Adams Colonnade
if1 Protracted uueefing will begin at of Gus Johnson the jury brought in H rtkoff, upon his travels through the steel bridge across! the ,Escambla "Eighteen months ago my periods Hotel. Seattle, Wash.
a verdict of murder in first degree Holy land.. During his travels Rev. river so thai they can carry their stopped. Shortly after.I. felt so badly I submitted Such unquestionable testimony
iHS the Methodist* church here the 2nd for and DEATH mmOF to Pensacola. to a thorough examination by a physician proves the value of Lydia E. PinkhamuVegetable B;,
with recommendation Hartkoff made notes from produce
a mercy copious
: and told thatI bad
was a tumor IB-:
4 Sunday in next monih. The pastors Compound, and should give
be was sentenced for life. In the which he has carefully prepared the The turpentine people are very and would have'to undergo an operation.
(Rev. J. O. Lawrence will be assisted lecture;* which will be' supsrbly: Illustrated busy here and the output at this "I soon after read one of your advertisements confidence and hope to every aA 5D.CO.T.
for the murder
l. } :% by. Jlov. T. 1.\. Rogers of Pensacola. case of John Fason with stereopticon views made !place will be pretty large this season. and decided to give Lydia E. Pink- woman.
Mrs. C. L. Wiggins is, visiting of Hurbert Johnson (Johnson's wife from photographs secured at the same .:Mr. H. L. Berry general mansger ham's Vegetable Compound a trial. After Mrs. Pinkham invites, all ailiij I of C
%; friends in Pollard.; was charged with accessory before CURT. JAS.ATKINSON time. The lecture will bs civen for of the Escambia Land and Manufac- taking five bottles as directed,the tumor is women to write to her at Lynn.. Mass.: I
entirely gone. I have again: been examined for advice.
Mrs. :unlock McMlllan was recently -the fact and both were tried together the benefit of St. Joseph's church and turing Co.. was on the :streets of visitH
: fl Allied to the ,bedside of her Fason was found gilty and sentencedto at 7:45 Chumuckla this week. LydluE: Pinkhamrs Vegetable Compound: a Woman's Remedy for Women's IPs
will begin promptly m.
-i1 :father. Dr. Ford, of Pollard, who has be hung while, the.' woman was acquitted Rev. Hartkoff is an able orator.p. is 'Mr. and :Mrs* W. F. ,McArthur madea ..... [Ifor firm
-1 !been seriously 'Hi It is reported that flying visit to'.Milton last TuesdayMr. t
thoroughly faaiyiar with*h1s subjectand Fine lot of Diamonds at exceed!ng!J
t't.' : he' is somewhat' improved.Mr. mont; the prominent. attorneys those whV attend are assured ofa : J. G. Pace. of Pensacola madea low prIces 'for a "w 'days. only. .As,' M(
: andNrs. Tom Sowell returned who attended the court were Hon. flying trip to Chumuckla and D.s'monds' them. [hartfor
rare, treatThe admiss:on is 25 to see
yesterday after an absence of twoweeks George Walker of Tallahassee; Hon. Penona last week. i iIIUTJ
:-KiJ at Brpwton..Mrs. L. J. Reeves, W. B. Sheppard and E. cents. _ok.> Mr, Walton left here yesterday.,going -- J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St. '

r: Guest andchildren spent Sunday T. Davis of Pensacola; :W H. Price, -! to Brewton to. see his family.' in t!
4r '* In Pollard. W. H.* Watson and R. J. Boone, 'of W Cus: (Mr. Dennark of Wallace .and Mr.
4 -'Little Amue Mae :Jones bas returned Marianna; Col. C. E. Warren and J.W. tFKp wn Cashier at'the tiThe Old Homestead." Coffee of Chumuckla. attended ..............................,................... : !'npc

F3 to her,home at Atmore after sever*- Webster of Btountstown; R. H. church at Coon Hill Sunday. ,
af weeks stay with her aunt Mrs. JQ. Buford, of Quincy and C. H. B. torn House Died at His Home That Denman Thompson knew the (Mr. Morley filled his regular appointment 13 : ng
Lawrence. Floyd, of Apalachicola. temperament 'and high moral natureof at Jumper Sunday Ing.Ala.
church
Pr *. 'Mr. Joo'1fcCasklll and family visited -. Mr. IG.. Wilder of Orange -recently Here of Heart Trouble. the American theatregoer is positively afternoonMr. ,- FineSteF'Range, :
relatives at McDavid Sunday. bought the interest, of Mr. T. B ''I. revealed in his fine old play : Mitchell and Mr. Ward pf Pen- the
m Miss Mamie McDavid has returned, Shuler in the Florida Free Press and "The Old lIomest ad" The Bernard sacola are repairing the large loco darliwhei
I :1i t:1: to her home at McDavid after spend-I that !paper has 'consolidated with the Captain James Atkinson, a well Shaws and the Sudermnas, the Ibsens motive of the Escambla Lanol'Co., $'&00 a week. : ]

euc bag several dais with Mrs. Bristol Bee. under the managementof ;. known- citizen, and who for the past and Maeterlinks love to delve Into here. nigh
i# 'inss'. Katie Colier, of Century was I iB.' F. Inman. It will maLa one of I. seven years has held the position of the depths of moral physical degradation :Mr. Ray the master mechanic 's 111
a visitor to our town one day last, the leading weekly papers of West cashier at the ,custom house passed and reproduce their nauseating working quite a large force in the ;.We will put a Matchless Steel Range !Intq your home for J theChat
Itf w k.'I Florida. I away Sunday morning at, 9:30 ideas in a dramatic form. It is strange car shops. i ,only one' dollar a week. These, are .all steel stoves.; :

,. --- o'clock. Heart disease of which the that these brilliant men do not see Mrs. D. M. McDavid 'Was visiting this
:- deceased 'Was a-- sufferer, was the the dramatic virtue in Idealizing some- here Sunday. jour

.,; ; I cause of death thing, and leave vice and its accompaniments Mr. Lloyd McDavid was 4 here Sunday I Lined With I If 'TIot .

I The.deceased hato!! been in ill health lie stUL U
for several months or since dlrecMy It is a fact to be commented upon I
T Wi H after the death of-his wife, which occurred that no play of moral debasementhas AsbestosMARSTON -- Chusa
: No is as pleasant and positivea .
pills
November pf last year ever captured the great theatre- :
While be was always at his post of 'goIng public of this country, The DeWitfs Little* Early Risers. These aI the <<<
Old duty it was observed that within a men and women of'today In the strn- ,Famous Little Pills are so mild and 'and supplied with IS-gallon reservoir or hot water cot 4 mem

few weeks after:Ms: return from Newcastle uous life 'We are now living love to effective that children delicate ladres i as you pilfer; also with a standard warming closet : attet
Ind, where Mrs Atkinson was be entertained by the placid and the anl weak people enjoy their cleansing They are very economical In the use of fuel-the .Bavin, J M<
buried, the captain..was. not enjoying beautiful and of such quality is "The effect, while strong people say they effected In fuel will go a long ways toward the payment Pent
the good health he formerly dll As Old Homestead Gentle In Its pathos are the best liver pills sold.. Never of the store. Folding Go Carts $2.50. Willow $10 to $:* i fOtt.

weeks passed he grew more feeble unique In its character delineations gripe. pron:
Last Monday he. wa. at. the custom admirable throughout in the cola
Quakeruara house for the last time. Upon:' his re-< wholesomeness of Its atmosphere,and One-half pound of 'Irber
; turn' home ,in the afternoon Jie took genuine in Its humor it has an as- 0-Y A-MA. TEA i & QUINA, i 8"
to his bed jievor to arie.again. When sured place in the gallery of public terd:
death arrived he' was surrounded by favorites. This play will be present. 'Will- make the same quantity as wheSona
fneac and, relatives.Captain. ed here next Wednesday. oas ,pounu' of the cheap kind. 106/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla. i
Rye "Atkinson' was'""born 'in Scotland QUALITY COUNTS. e4 lQat
wh re.,he ,resided until 1863. :............... ................. ........... >

when he came' to this country. He REWARD | oU
$100.00
was a member,of tie famous Scottish &I
|\ is delightfully 'stimulating-no after Greys ,and:""still retained hismembereh1 Direct from Our Distillery to_YOU $10:>>,00 reward will 'be paid for the Dale
-
up;lo the time of his Saves Dealers' Profits arrest -: effect. death. Upon his arrival in the United Prevents Adulteration Walton county., cne Charlie Renols, Yort)
he located at Newcastle Ind., where .
? I P..C
a negro. Description: Height 5 feet
M Fermented in cleanliness and I he resided for ten or fifteen years afI 1r4rr
: : perfect 10 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or
ter which be moved to In'
I Enterprise. HAYNERWHISKEY 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medIum B l
3Ij$ temperature redistilled in 'Volusia county. .There he engagedin large eyes. Has scar, on upper brIg1W'hil
copper the lumber business and later in ,
lip to the right of nose and when last

ripened for years in charred oak. I orange prominent and pecan as growing.a citizen He there became overalls seen he, a wore gray a cap blue a'new faded pair jumper of No., New Styles Arriving Daily P.Mo.I:

; $9 You won't be disappointed if you and of made the many state. :friends Seven years in that ago section he 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to xsallg.rov

was appointed by Collector Stillman be paid by J. A. Rlcttbourg & Co., lanU'l'J

'insist on having it.kjit as cashier at the local custm house,I FULL .2O Crestview., Fla. .
ana:! moved with his wife to this 4 QUARTS Es$3 I We Reeived'an Elegant'Line of
Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., city to make it his permanent home. WE PAY EXPRESS New 'Suit (IFUec : Saturday

: 404-408 Palafax bt. and 2-10 Main St., 6 The deceased leaves an aged The :following new suit' was filed
W will send'". In a plain sealed '
4rJ'j ,Pensacola, Fla. mother In Scotland several sisters in case,wIth no marks to show contents yesterday in the office of the clerk of Ladies .. Misses and Childrens White
New' Zealand and' Scotland and FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES efHAYNEB the circuit court: v< ,
brothers in Ohio. He made many PRIVATE STOCK RYE for The Lewis: Bear Co:, a corporation ... ., .
i4j friends while aresldent of Pensa la, cnarres.$3.20/ and T'llt.we will haw pay the doctor express tettIt Tg. Floyd Blackman, with I* & N. R. Canvas 'Low Cuts 'ojrn
your
and many regrets were" expressed test It my way you Ilk*. If ym R. ,Co., as garnIshees, damages $200; v : '
rF2T when it was learned that he had dOl'!find It all rijnt and the purest Maxwell& Reeves. at rneys' for ,- -* ndrai

::1 De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin passed The body away.was prepared for Interment tastsd.and test shlo wMskey(tt back: JIll theist ever plaintiffs. l Iii: : Pumps Oxfords and 'Gibson the5]<

and sent to Newcastle, Tao! to our expense and your $170 snot
be placed by the remains of his wife will be promptly refunded DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM. pih

,. whom be survived a little over four At distillery one of {fog
-- --- ---------- ---0--.+----- -. our Ties., Many to select ;
months. The remains were acccm- the largest and best A New Discovery That Kills natty styles
Jt ... ................................................. nanled by Mrs. Chambers, his sister equipped la the world we and Prevents Baldness.the Germ fillet Iflga
ur'414tr- in-law. and her daughter distal an avenge of 9.580
: The deceased *was a member of the gallons .of PURE WHIS- Pretty nearly all the hair prepara- from* On sale Monday. Also into
do
: PLAGINOL OLIVE OIL. \ LEYa, day.Vheq you tions for dl1l>> 'ruff have tl
Odd Fellows and the members of the boy HAYNER'WHIS- some m:!rit in
Pensacola lodges; accompanied the allaying itching of the scalp, and in S theJtheJ
ICEY it goea'dlrect to you
:& I IT'S HIGH IN QUALITY. body to'thEt'train' yesterday.To from our distmery. thus bi bring a fairly good dressing for the splendid line of Boys', and Youths :
i assuring you of perfect 'Z( hair but there is only one that recognizes dank 1
14t4 purity and avfaff yOU the -' what causes dandruff, falling !t.:

L-tt41 : The popular grocer In pursuing its policy of supplying Its draw the fire out of a barn,heal dealers' big profits. HAY- hair, and baldness, and that destroysthe _Shoes at popular prices. Come qual
jfi.e; patrons with the best of everything has reached out and a cut without leaving a scar or to HER WHISKEY by doctors U preacribed and- cause a little germ-and that isewbro's '

r:1i4: : secured! for them the famous plaglnoi olive oil which we I i cure boils, sores. tetter, eczema and all used in hospital and by half a minion satisfied >," Herpicfae. This germ eats :
5 t4I :; V believe to be the best, to be had-ita quality Is perfect skin and scalp diseases, use DeWitfs customer Tbat'a why YOU should hi; way into the scalp It digs up the early/and<: get the pick. .
3 itE and for cooking purposes it simply has no equal any- Witch Hazel 'Salve. A specific for try it. 2 scalp into little white scales. Unless : tiottAE
i
T.e'tr1 : "" here. Under this statement the popular ,grocer ,offers piles. Get the genuine. No' remedy 'TOR era JTKAREST OZTICX it is destroyed there's no permanent _: : ; :. : : : : : : ;.:
of
it to ita customers in bottles-two sizes-pints and quarts causes such speedy reLet. Ask forDsWitt'B THE KAYNER DISTILUM6 CO. stopping falling hair and cure of L ,
t. dandruff and bataiess. Ne1tbro'sHerplclde ; 'f" .
i
-the genuIne.Onehalt"pound ATLANTA 6A. DAYTON 0.
Pints 30 cents. Quarts GO oents. ST. LOUIS MOo ST .PAUL Mm: kills the germ. "Destroythe PUFbro&
: cause, you remove the '* .
.. effect. -<
1 ptlrs for of It.Hex Ort, liia WMh.orWyn. .. mnii b. For sale by' W. A. D'Alemberte
th.ba.ss.04 4(1 ITh for** -by.ir lDisnujxr. paz.aiI ,
:, 14.W Garden LAZ JACOSYThe ?. O-YA-MA TEA ., (4115foC1t.SbVIT PWa.LL druggist and apothecary 121 South CUr 1
: Phone 183 will ."-a T.O. 'ESTABUSHXD i860. Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps Wtson'ParkerReese' 1<<;14tv
make
.. the same qnaatity as
I for sample to The Herpicida Co.
.................................................... one (ipounta1 of'the cheap kind. 3D Call/lll1IOO.ooo.OO/ ) Paid hsFtfl. Mich. Detroit .
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*THE PENSACOLA;; JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1908 a PAGE THREE: t
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-- r SUMMER 1 ATHLETIC MEET Cannibals I',




lS UNDERWEAR OF FLORIDA H i 1 ;::

and savages may delight in

Vsfens seeing SUFFERING, but the

We bought a very large highest thought of civilization ; I : I ;

stock of Summer Underwear STUDENTSWill Is to relieve all pain. This can .

1 before the' raise In quickly be done with ILAMLINSWIZARD

price went into. effect. and OIL.

we are prepared; to give Be Held at Late' City 'on. May [
For internal and external

the best value you 5th. and Pensacola Will
you '
,
curative action, it has no equalin
,, .
ever saw. Be Represent d ., the entire medical world. It ,

relieves the inflammation whichis : :

The New Underwear An Inter-scholastic athletic meet
irritating your: nerves, regu-
which was. suggested .by. Prof. Jos. B.
Porasfcnit and Lockey. principal of thaPensacoia. lates the circulation of the :
High School, will be held at Lake
City on :May '5.'he' 'Athletic Association small blood vessels, and, by I 5- _
'
of the University, of Florida have
India Crepeat ing decfcfcd to hold the meet and to scientific means, gently but certainly -I II'

invite.the students'of. 'F'1oridhih;
restores to''
schools to .partklp t Prof.: Lockey. your body :
I $t..Oo a suit""inIons who started tn"e movement is very health. : ,
enthusiastic over it and there is no
and short sleeves and doubt but that'Pensacola. will ha.a '
You can't be sick, if you ward : C
long and bee drawers.See good representation. .
The Florida TimesU lon has offered off the preliminary' action of f
our north window for as a throphy' for the winner a
my handsome silver cup to be, known as disease microbes, with this :
am general display of sum, the Times-Union Inter-Scholastic. tro- I
hot- Phy. greatest .of all medicines of .
and
Pa.ed. mer under garments. Prof. C. A. Holton, athlectic director -
modern times. Price 50c and
of tho University of FlOrida, who -
is also taking great interest In t'-e 100. Fully guaranteed.For I
ta- meet i is sending to principals of all
= schools the following letter which explains sale and recommended by ,
tS conditions under 'which the WHITE'S PHARMACY. I h
pain event will be conducted: Pensacola. Fla.

ring me. Copy of,Letter. Phona, 180. Night Phone 446.
rhe "Dear Sir-In order to encourageathletic
Jft4 CUTGLASS AND DIAMONDSNew work among the school boysof NvRzxteaaun
. Stock--Only the Best. our state, and thus better their WDoliers users of morphine, :
lreds unt, W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox Si athletic work among the school boys PAINLESS elixir opium of, laudanum opium,co :
kept physical coaalUon. the ,Athletic Association ea1neorwJskyaUcrsoQboJeor .
;;but of the University. of the Stale O PIUM 1 "
sly! TURTON & BELL. of Florida has decided to' hold an sanatorium treat !
Sew PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE! 1870. icier-scholastic: athletic meet in Lake ment.Adams,Dr.B. ,
-ydiasub Kodak Supplies. Finishing for 'Amiteurs.R. .. City on Saturday May 5th and Invite AND M. WOOLLET, .

rted- participate.the students. of our high schools to Whiskey Cure itianii'Lrgti.\ : I : S i
my
>nto K. WHITE. The Jacksonville Times-Uu'on has ; :

i4per Witchmiker Manufacturing Jeweler and Gradual provided a handsome silver cup. s III ,:
,kept nths Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. which will be presented:to the winnerof ,bona ftate students of the school -
> the meet under the following conditions which they represent and must have
'
aE. : been such since January, 1906. cnJ .j
ords Conditions of Contest. I It must have a passing grade In not :
goodolon TERSELY TOLDR F.irst-The cup shall be "known" as I Jess than two-thirds of all their work {:
Inter-Scholastic, .Second-No student who has ever
The Times-Union
competed for a money 'prize or who ,
Athletic Trophy._ I
lony un'a F. Inman editor of the Bristol Second-The .aligility rules as laid has ever received pay for participating .
give Bee: was among the visitors to Pen down by the Athletic Association of in any form of athletics, in anyway : :
of will be eligible to compete in, : ,
sick sacola yesterday. the University of' the State F'or-
T A. Dekle a prominent citizen ida shall govern the contestants this these games.ThirdThe.
principal of each
hug I of)t Chipley was among the business year ana1: in succeeding years: association or until -, school competing must send a list othn (
athletic
ass.. Tis.tors in the city yesterday. an inter-scholastic names of the contestants whom
I
shall be formed In which case
, ills II. U Lewman, of Louisville of the the rules of such tin association shall he wishes to enter in each event, and
firm of Lewman Bros., contractors I the contestants.- certify to the above conditions not t
govern
1
building is In the ? schools later than Saturday April 28, 1906.
fur the Brent city.I Third-At least three high
ingljAsk Moise DeLeon. of Atlanta, who :sLaying .. shall participate in the mee. each: Fourth-As many students as mays : : ;
make it official e fit may be entered for ach o'-nt: :
in order to an
construct a large buildingfo year but not more than three from each '
: the department at the localnavy contest. in : I
navy I the school will be allowed to start
J(: St. yard is in the city on business Fourth-The high school winnIng each event. Four of cour ". will be 1
I In an official contest ,shall retain, /
- connection.The cup
this
in obliged to run in the relay race. The
possession of it until it\has been won
... battleship Texas. which spent under the same conditions, by some captain -of each team shall have the
:
a portion of last week on the target other, high school.FifthrAny right fo say which of his' men shall!
.. range, did not go out yesterday morning -I high school 'W!nnir.g start in each event.' .I'7
owing to th? inclement weather.A the cup three, times shall! become the Fifth-First place In eash event
shall count five points; second place
large number of bluejackets from permanent owner of It.
the ship were given shore liberty. Offered.In shall count three points; third place
Other Prizes
shall count one point In case of a
during the day. and came to the city
.. here' they spent the afternoon and, order to further stimulate Interests tie in any place the points shall heKilvided
night. ot-' athletic association has decided between the contestant. thus ,
to offer this''ear 'a silk bannerto tied for the place. ,,
)r : Hate \o\i\ gotten acquanted: with the high school scoring th ? greatest ; The list of events shall be as follows
'Ite new people next door yet? number of points in all the events :
e. Chances are that a "To Let" ad. in a silver medal to tha- individual winner List of Events.
this paper made them neighbors of of second place in each event ed
One hundred yard dash.
!ours. land a silver medal to each runnar iii Two hundred and twenty-fiivs yard 'I
the team winning the relay race. at :
There wHI be a special conference dash.
d the members Of the First Baptist The conditions of the meet an-i Four hundred and forty yard dash. :
events shall be as follows:
Ciurch
at the church Wednesday One mile run.
ev ning at 7:30: o'clock to consider; Conditions For ,Meet.. One mile relay race, four men l ia .
4' the question of a call for a pastor. All t First-All contestants must be each team one to run. one-quartCr ofa )
1. : members are urgently requested to mile.
t attend t Running high jump.
Chicago;? E. P. Springer. Milwaukee, Running broad Jump. '
l; : I '
Mobile RoisterMr: C. Theisen ofPensacola 1 ct
U. S. S. Porter;
H. Hanckle.
It Wis.; E. ''Putting 12-pound shot ..
. accompanies; by his young I. Nelson, U. S. S.. Porterr K. R. Pad- Throwing 12-pound hammer.
4'I I son, Henry, and Mr. J. J. Hooton a Tick.! Fcnsacola; John W. Blow QuinC Unless otherwise provided for,. t"i3 .
i Vw&inent! business
man of Pensa- s
Southern Intercollegiate Athletiq Association
ea: stopped off in Mobile
jestejdaj,
4'I ii 'here they were joined by Mr. F. L.' Westville Advertiser: Deputy U. S. rules shall govern the con- ; I ,

i S tsell- of this city. They left. >esterdav :Marshal Crews arrested a negro test.Kindly
even'ng! for Tuscon Ariz.. Tuesu'ay' e'ening'on, the east bound lett me know as soon as. pos-
whether will send: :a team
ihle jou
here they go to look over their AriWU freight train, who filled the description -
Copper Company holdings locat- of the negro who killed Policeman to complete. : / : ,
want furtherinformation : '
If any
you
in'Pensacola last Sat-
that Burnham
Jai place, and of which Mr. if. the 'conditions -
. Carles Schhnpf. of this city, is one urday night As Mr/Crews boar ?d : upon the subject; I
- (the directors and officers. the west bound train that night with : are not clear to )you or If you ) : :: :
how to
he had bright and beau- \vould. like points on preiarsjour : th
the prisoner
Southern Hotel arrivals: Perry D. reward-the bovs' for the races. I shall:: be .
th $2QO
of :
visions
tS; wi,, Chicago Ill; B. F. Board, tiful sheriff of Pensacola* was to meet him glad to'give you all the information -
ttisaington, D. C; C. Campbell New at Mossy Head to identify the you need. to ;
York City; L. Leaky Tampa, Fla.; prisoner. But alas he p bad .the wrong Trusting that you will do all in I & : "
r C Weird, New York; John T. Ed- and he returned: home with a jour power to encourage this work I wI
ards, Roanoke, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. sad man heart and a long face. .Many are among jour boys and that you will:
E.H. Osthans. Toledo. 0.; S. FI. Al- disappointments In life Buck. enter a team for the men and thus : I
Trtt./: Atlanta. Ga.: : Geo. W. Ward the Incourage and help stimulate healthy :
wWtfleli! Fla.; H. C. Ogl, St. Louis, athletics In our. state I am. sincerely:
I'o' FV.. Williams. Atlanta. Ga.; O. Ask' jour grocer 'for Blue ,Ribbon' C. A. HOLTOX. .
P Durant Mobile. Ala; M. J. Con- Lemon and Vanilla-: the -extracts of Athletic Director. University ol ih3 '. ( ,
tab:\ Boston. Mass.; Capt P. I* Cos- known purity. Goes twice"as far' and (tate of Florida. ban*
Wove light house service; L G. Bal! the "Blus Ribbon. Flavor", Is perfec Lake City Fla. to : '

lantine- Albany. N. Y.; J, Post, tlon. I -, : !

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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY c' ; j :
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine I
SAP THE VITALITY Tablets. Druggists refund money if it ) .
OLD sOREs fails to cure. E W. GROVE'S signature ry ,
AND UNDERMINE) ; Is on each box. 25c.Onehalf tU !

THE HEALTH w t ::
OM Sores that refuse to heal are a constant pound of )'
otnace to health. undermine the constitution by : :
They sap the vitality and A-MA
0-Y TEAwill :
nining the system of its very life fluids, and those! afflicted with one of \\
these ulcer after'ther make the1 same quantity ason I I
grow despondent and almost desperate as one treatment .
? fall They patiently apply salves, washes, plasters, etc., but in pound of the cheap kind.: fn :
QUALITY COUNTS.
Pte of all these the sore refuses to heal and eats deeper into the -surroundKS ; I ; \ *' .,
flesh: destroying the tissues and growing to be a festering, inflamed and r.<
I:g'ma 'The source of the trouble is in the blood. This vital fluid is Burma Customs. i : Cak

f iled with Impurities and poisons which are constantly being dischargedl Two ceremonies in Burma mark: when ,,

do l the Sore or ulcer making it impossible the place to heal_ It will not childhood stops and manhood: or from- Jugsu.lOo1\

to depend on external applications for a cure, because they do not reachthe anhood begins. The boys have their ::: a.,
real'cause, and valuable time is lost experimenting with such treatmentthe ; thighs tattooed nnd the girls their ears
most they can do is keep the ulcer clean. Any sore that will not heal is bored. The boring of a girl's ears la : : !

oangerous. ,for the reason that it may have the deadly germs of. Cancezbehindit. commenced with a needle and the
A' cure can be brought about only,through a remedy that can change theJwrty puncture Is gradually Increased until r I 1 ;
of: the blood and this is what S. S. S. does. It goes to the very the tip of the finger can be introduced.

of the trouble, drives out the poisons.and germs,with which it is The enlarging: process Is the one carried -
j 9 culation. By the use of 'S. S; S. the sore is where a native can carry'a good sized

S 'Q S supplied with new, rich blood Vhtch corrects knife hanging In the lobe of his ear.
ft fcs P the trouble, soon stops discharge, and allows The ugliest mutilation Is that of the
sr the place to heal naturally and permanently. Eskimo. who punches a bole in ,his i
PURELY VEGETABLE.. S. s-s-also reinvigorates the entire system, andbrok cheek aDd puts a bone stud into it. The, : : S I f*.
where the constitution has been depleted or Burmese boy suffers great pain from '
Cur en down it quickly builds it up and restores perfect health. Write for the elaborate ornamentation of his legs, t

special hook on sores and ulcers and any medical advice you are in need which..are decorated In blue aIiIl red : A
;no C _f.e
e are forC1ther. ,THE SWIFT. SPECIFIC. COATLANTA_. GA oatterns.iiiiiiiiiiiiii.

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DArVM1W THE P'ENSACOLA JOURNAL 'TJJE.sDA.Y: MORNING_ MARCH 27 1908 :,'

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; I' lot wlt1 1n the corporate limitsof tigatlon as may: be
made .b the \ 3. cant < necessary to dfu .
and was no (ou can trust a medicine tested sixty the .City ,of Pensacola,shall cauaJi mine the nature and cause of aIty T
rb 31MttflIt hma1i West of.this Th1n rears! Sixty years of experience, thinkif to fee removed: the frolI1 all barrels,! case or cases., And the City Het su
from the that! Experience with Ayer's, Sir.aparilla kegs, :glass :or'.crockery, tin or 'woodSnware ; Officer. is hereby authorized I*.
parties except .: ; the original Sarsaparilla; the e boxes jars, orvany other vessel powered ,to enforce the fumigatLany
I I recompensing sarsapanlla the doctors endorse for thin or receptacle which may ,contain place, building or premises whe or

be done at ; Blood!>lood, weak nerves, general debility. water, unless the sama shall be kept any such case ol fever exists, or rn re
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. suppose ,that fe=M Kcrctot WepaWsb j.C.Ay.rCo.. securely covered or screened. have been, with such disinfecta*
can give, or ,N el stl MT attend. Ixiw.il.Ma Section. 5. That any 'parson con: and In such manner as may be
i: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY lished street victed of violating, any provision of scribed, by the rules and regulabW pr;.
be plain to this ordinance shall "be punished by a of the City Board of Health. "*
: E ...BY... not exceeding Fifty (50) Dollars
fine See. 3. Whenever
'lawyer.
The
any
THE JOURNAL Straw" town HOUSE The Great Fox or by imprisonment by I both not ,exceeding such fine' practicing his profession within physic n,
COMPANY. about ((202') thirty (30) days, or City of Pensacola shall be called 7
and imprisonment. see or attend
1i south of any case of acute
ter. In March Section V6. That this ordinances between March 1st fever
FRANK L MAYES. President and General ,Manager. board of s aY, ,28 }all take .effect' Immediately after' vember 1st. it shall and be i.v
and approval, and shall remain ,
and Years of Sensational its passage duty to order uch
surveyed case to be
-Y-- In force during the period begin- scr<'
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street throu'h Success. : ed at once and if such is not ?
t ; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. fore the sale ing March? 1st. and ending November1st. shall .so report to the City Hea'th J done: !

others. I mada Thompson's Greatest of 1906. fleer, who, shall subject 0:
-"------ ----- Section .7. That 'all ordinancesand to such ruJ'S!
,ii i, the Maxent and regulatIons as the City Board
in conflict
SUBSCRIPTION Plays parts of ordinances at
RATES. and the herewith, be and the same are hereby Health may prescribe, take SUM

,. One Year.$5 00 One Month-....... ......... 45 their own use, repealed. .' measures as may compel the Proper
Six Mouths................ 2 50 One Week................. 1O( I the one (then) Old Homestead Passed, Feburary 28- 1906. screening of the patient for such t'm
f
tttcj; Tares Months...... .......125 Weekly Edition per year..Jl OC .I .1erk, except Approved March 3, '1906. as may be reqaired to render SDP
flue is left Thompson's Own and OnlyCompany CHAS H. 'BUSS. case harmless to the public heaH
tlocks on the. 1 Including Mayor of W zacoIa Sec. 4. It shall be the
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed high water of every parent or .11r.7
i FAMOUS OLD HOMESTEAD Attest: guardian of
; 4 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. : i DOUBLE QUARTETTE Visible and InvisibleTYPEWRITERS C. B., MERRITT., child and the head of every fami'ytproperly !
screen and
Cr any all
cases
the of Franklin
(Management acute fever occurring in resnJ
their
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Offices,108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trajn 8 Thomp o'clock'sharp.oL An Or.ilnanceto'Provide for the Pay tive families between March 1st aj 4
I I ment of the Expenses of the Board I November 1st, and to keep such eN
Government. Phone 38. | and at all Newsstands. j. 10:30 o'clock. or sick
of ''Bond Trustees of' the City of person screened with
I sale rent at all times a mos-
have for and
A -25, 50,'75c and $1-No higher Pensacola: quito net for the first seventy-two
; of the :. any
:
followin.g'makes
,* Be 'it ordained by the Mayor and the \hours during the attack of illness.
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING. M2A1W3H: 27, 1906 i ,
FOX $ 5. That
Council 'of the City of Pensacola: ec. any person cony t'd
I i Land UNDERWOOD Section 1. That the Finance Com of violating any provision of this ordnance :.
: Ei Mississippi After space for your advertising will make :: ; Holy SMITH mittee of the City Council of the Cityof shall :be punished by a fine Sot

it a great deal more profitable. FOY-SCHOLESS Pensacola is hereby authorized and I exceeding Fifty ((50)) Dollars, or bra-!:
The Loan Shark. The ( BLICKENSOERFER empowered to, approve and audit any' prisonment not exceeding thirty cji,
/ 'District Attorney Jerome has perhaps the A Lecture Also good second hand machines always and all expenses declared to be necessary days, or by both such fine and I ina .

4p Following the lead of several of achieved the proud position of a fallen per in the on hand, by: the: Board..of Bond Trusteesin onment
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;4'i Jner sister states, Mississippi has enacted ; that the ...bJ''... I WILL TAKE YOUR OLDMACHINE : and about the preparing, engraving Sec. 6. That this ordinance sian
;} *H a stringent law to control the idoL S I will adopt 'IN EXCHANGEFOR advertising and selling the Improve: take effect immediately on its Passage .

pii: operations of the loan 'shark and to :Washington has a hotel exclusively referendum Chas. E. Harkoff A NEW ONE., ment Bonds'of, the City of Pensacola. force and approval, and shall reman in
the Phone 380. authorized to i>e issued under an Act during the year 1906.
protect those whose necessities force for Indians-real Indians, not the districts as its Travels Thnra n the Holy Land Corner i of the Legislature of, the State of Sec. 7. That all ordinances tn\:
them to resort to the money lenders wild pen of Congress. ciple for the Government and DeLuna." Sts.F.B.BRUCE Florida, approved May 12th, 1905, and i parts of ordinances In conflict herewith

!for assistance. The Memphis Com I particular ILLUSTRATED. : i by ordinances of the City of Pensacola,, be and the same are hereby re
..
14b1 mercial-Appeal, which has always a?******* H ship and Joseph's Church adopted July 19th, 1905, and January pealed.

13.'t tcught this species of human leech, tial test of (,t.h. 1806:I( and to'approve_ in so far as I Passed February 28. 1906.
t VOX POPULI I Just how far March 27, 7:45 p. m. PIANOS BY MAIL.. such expenses are concerned any contract Approved March 3. 1906.
has the to relative to *
following say i the sentiment I I We don't mean shipping you the made by said trustees Involving CHAS. H. BUSS.

-L11 the passage of the new law In Mississippi the democracy St. Joseph's Church piano, or oJ"ganif- ,you,like, ,by. ,Il3:1l.: such e, expenses. All such expenses Attest: Mayor of Pensaco!
: course I I but we do mean that through correspondence -:when so :approved,, by the Finance C C. :H MERRITT. Clerk.

-fj It is to :be hoped the recent enact- ter of fact lm ssion,25c. we sell Quite 'a :Iarge :vtn 'Committee shall be allowed and paid, An Ordinance
':.4Lg ment of the Mississippi legislature Lines of the Maxent Grant. the matter ber of Instruments, as our standingand I see. 2, 'That for the payment of Relating to Mortuary
t protecting the people against the loan Editor Pensacora Journal: feels that It is : Hall Company will responsibility _'is Will: known the eX'enseg'of said Board, as herein C Records.Be
li ebarka will prove operative and effec The streets of this grant west of ly the whole handle illustrations throughout West Florida and Southern provided. thesum: 'of Ten Thousand, it ordained by the Mayor and tin
r Council of the
City of Pensacola'
f The bill that However Alabama. We'll' $e glad to answer Dollars much thereof r
tive. provides persons and including Oliva street are continuous (JlOjOOOOO) or so Section'' 1. That the
*:: il $. engaged In the class of business south of those of the West>King that municipal any inquiries about the piano or ['-as may be necessary,is hereby appropriated any person within the upon death oi
:.ti; ''which has developed the loan shark its way organ question. out 'of the General 'Fund in I corporate limit
Tract. the cross streets bein'g parallelto : CLUTTER ,MUSIC H'OUSE.Pensacola. of the City of Pensacola, the attend-
; shall take out a license, give a bond: ly accepted the City Treasury which is not otherwise *
4:44 in a': sufficient sum and submit their those of the same and to the dividing democrats : Fla. appropriated. ing 'physician or, If there be no physician .

-Hr; books to official inspection. line of the two. grants, having: prominent and See. 3. That this ordinance shall]I the nearest relations, or, if
there
4.4' All three of these provisions are of N. 2 democrats as MONARCH I take effect,immediately upon its passage be no relations, the undertaker,
bearings deg. 53' and N. 87 deg.
if there be
or, no undertaker, the coroner -
: ; especially the feature and ,
; Jj34 admirable
pro- Mayor Legal Advertisements and approval. _
7 west. East of Oliva street the lines ,shall report the same within forty.
vising for the bond. This bond ,
maybe ..:e the normal lines of the Old especially I Passed March 2, 1906.
City, eight (48)) hours thereafter to the City
i. proceeded against in the event % ?
4 having bearings N. 11 deg, 15* W. and young I FORECLOSURE SALE. Approved March 3. 1906.
Clerk, blank forms for '
using this
:fitt the victim proves; that he has been From the PII!-
; than N. 78 deg. '45' E. In the year 1869 : March 27 f NOTIOE" 13 HEREBY GIVEN that CHAS. H. BUSS pose furnished by theCity.. It shall
ihJ charged more 10 per cent per ,
though
I surveyed and made a plan of the by virtueof a decree of foreclosure Attest: Mayor of Pensacola be the duty of each and every undertaker -
annum.The loan shark business has flou northeast corner of the grant, east or of jet hardly s Palalox whorf and sale made and entered by the Circuit C. Ev MERRITT..Clerk. to obtain. and furnish the City
a national
::.4.Ai; Ished In Memphis. It is practiced at Oliva. and north of Garden street; Court of the First Judicial Cir; Clerk with a certificate 'which shall
4t the expense of the unsophlsttcaedand and the next year a location and plan cessity local time in 2'p. m/-- ,Steamer will' cult ot Florida. in and ,for Escambia: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC- contain the name. age, race and oTher

;.;"- and the poor of all communities anJ, was made by Harding and Lee show: of present stretch, county', on the 10th day of March, .A.' ..TION NINETY (OO} OF THE CODE details of every 'person Interred within .
41 In consequence, produces condi"ons in'g-,the above and the blocks laid out: include a the I out 1 into< Gulf and D.: 1906. in a certain cause in chan- ..OF ORDINANCES OF 1902. RE.LATINO forty-eight (48) hours thereafter,

r-Jt4 all the more distressing. Labor un by them between the extension of ,: at Life 'Saving i Sta. eery wherein A. A. Fisher is complainant .. TO SIDEWALKS. on blank forms to be furnished (he
'
: ?crassisted by money,. cannot usually Chase street on the south and Wrighton : as and C. J. Kenney is defendant Be ordained by the, Mayor and I undertakers for' this purpose by the
'4t: maintain Itself, and pay over 10 percent the north and from Oliva street on lican i iI oh fetornf Refresh- I will Special Master appointed Council of the City of' Pensacola: City.

J4-i interest, if, indeed, it can pay the east to I. street on the west. This to government served' board. by the court for that purpose,sell t Section 1. That Section Ninety ((90)) Sec. 2. That no person shan bur
eo large a sum. Therefore, when a plan shows the: extension of A. street roads is but a : on at public outcry, at the county court of tile Code Ordinances of 1902,be. or place in a tomb or remove from the
yJ lender to labor requires more than of the West King Tract under the: we are much house door in the city of Pensaco'a, and the 'same isv hereby amended so C City or otherwise dispose of the body

1 tills sum, labor becomes bankrupt at name of Oliva street, quite through to these the great surface VlrInl&r. S., C.. first Presby- Escambla County ,Tla, on :Monday, as to read as follows$: of. any human being who.shall die fe
once. the bay; and Maxent avenue extend on the 2nd day of April, 1906, between "Sec. 90.; That from and after the the City or be brought into the City!
k.1, But 10 per rent ''Per annum is !seldom "I ing from the northeast to the southwest It Is not,the terian 1 Church the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 2 t adoption '()this ordinance all side-' for burial without first reporting: the
I considered by the loan shark. I corner, through the grant Also pronounce o'clock p. QL, to the highest bidderfor walks on both sides of all streets (except death to the Health'Officer and obtaining
'k' He must have 50 per cent or 75 percent i the right of way-of the P. and P. R. R. coming action .- cash, the following, property, situate Bru Street) within the limits a permit from !hIm for the barb
which means that the unfortun-'I''' and the concession to that road"of a vital question lying and: being between, ,numbers bounded as Xollcftrs. ,towIt: On the of the body of such, person.
tit11, ate individual dealing with tract on the beach. :Also the tenth the division is :514 and 518 South Palafox Street,' North by the' North line of Belmont Sec. .3 That all sextons, overseen
little else than a working machine' of the grant lots A. to IL, given to it arrives the -C:01: i in the City of :Pensacola Escambia Street. on the South by'the South line C or other persons who may have control
'I
lor the loan shark's benefit. the lawyers for their services In recovering democratic County Florida, to-wit. One patented of Main Street on the East by the( over any cemetery in the C'ty
Nlc Our own courts have Pad usurious i it for the Maxent heirs, allof 1 1 take the side kinds .'that you want shooting gallery. One flute o1"6 1n. East line of Tarragona Street and on C shall make weekly reports to the
PJf1i: Interest cases before them in which L I which (except the concession 'to ernment i Two: gasoline engines. :Four rifles.' the West, by the West line of Baylen t Health Officer'of all Interments made

this exorbitant interest has appeared. the railroad) were laid to the bearings monopolies, One tent. The said property being Street. and also, on both sides of Pal- during the week in the cemetery
? They have been able to grant a 1 ,- though not to the lines lighting water situated on vacant lot
of the AND PINE on east of afox Street extending from the Nortn I whereof they are such sextons or
: qualified and an inadequate relief.I streets. Oliva (Oleevah), Palma schools of the South Palafox Street, between line of Hickory Street to the North L overseers respectively, and shall state:
L-i; t Under the Mississippi law. unless thetrsury ''I (Pahlmah) and larda (Hordah) streetsare of municipal than Main and Cedar Streets. Bill of sale line of Ja kio:1 Street, and on both L specifically in said reports, the Dam t
can buy
subterfuge
be evaded with a you Lr
may named for three Spanish families, say that the at cost 'of purchaser. Ceo. T. Morgan sides of all Streets which the City and ages of the persons Interred their
tfl1 there will be more certainly an-tf h ; anywhere. Any size you
3
in the
related to the Maxents. Between money Special Master. 20mar24-27-31 hereafter 'or otherwise
greater facility: in reducing the burden ; may pave permanently sex. color and place of birth, and (he
1870 and 1890 are recorded a number sChools improve or which it tia!
carried by the victim and punishing NOTICE.In may locality and date of death as
tJF1 shark for his of sales calling for the street lines: private hands, authorize to be'paved or so Improved, same appears from the burial pt'rmS:
loan graspingand
t4U44 the illegal actions. I. Deed of August 12th, 1884, to Emma J. general i: C. SEWELL: re estate of Lizzie W; Frater. de shall be of stone, cement, asphalt, or issued by said Health Officer.
Pettersen. Book T, page 475, calls for However, a ceased. Notice is" hereby! given that some product thereof. Sec. 4. That any person convictedof
L. street as the bounding line extend It .is sufficient Phene 614. on the 3d day of September, A. D. Provided: Until January 1st, 1908,, violating any portion of this ordnance -:
4l:411: 'As a forgetful man Cornelius Bliss ing to the south line of grant This of the Times 1906, 'I will present final returns of any existing sidewalk on both sides: shall be punished by a fine not
,treasurer of the Republican Campaign I street extends for the full width of:t rive when my; accounts as administrator of said of Belmont Street between the East: exceeding Fifty; (|50.OC) Dollars or by

1WIf1- Committee Is in a class all by him fifty feet ((50) for about six hundred feet be the dividing #*####****#***** estate to'the Honorable Henry Bel- line of Tarrangona Street and the imprisonment not exceeding thIrty 00))
t11I' self.. Little things like $75.000 contributions ((600) south of Pettersen street, from ties of the *' lingercounty! Judge of Escambia West line of Baylen Street, both sides: days or both such fine and imprison
his entirely. which point twenty-eight ((28)) feet, time for. the PIANOS AND ORGANS. '* county, Florida, and ask for a' d's- of Tarragona: Guillemarde Palafox: ment..
ftJ slip memory was cut off on the west side by a,sale 5"future political OR EASY TERMS. charge from, tbfe administration of and Baylen Streets, between the North' Sec. 5. That this ordinance shall
Piano' Work Guaranteed, '# said estate. A. M. :McMillan. Admin. line of Belmont Street and the North take effect immediately on its passM

Facts About CLUTTER RUSHING, s: istrator. 27feboam6m line of Wright Street on both sidesof and,approval
y <+:+:...:...:...:...:+:+:+. EAST GOVERNMENT ST. .# Palafox Street between the South Sec. 6. That all ordinances, <*
An
Advertisingtkt41 PHONE 476. Ordinance to Privide for the Extermination -line a? Belmont Street and the North parts of ordinances. In conflict herewith '
of Mosquitoes and the line.of Jackson: Street constructed:: in are hereby
"Every door is barred with sold JUDGE ALTON B. PARKER'S i **** -** *-******* Destruction of their Larvae. accordance with existing ordinancesof Passed February reipealed.28. 1906.
tJ1; and opens but to gokfen keys." This Be it ordained by the Mayor and material other than stone. cement, Approved March 3. 1906.
Council of, the
'i1A is merely another way of. saying that : City of Fansacola] : asphalt. or some product thereof may CHAS. H. BUS-,
store-advertising which sells goods | "GOOD all Section 1. It shall be the duty of be repaired to 'an extent not exceed- Attest: Mayor of P-nf.1Cola.
$1 persons residing within the corporate -ing ten pcicent.. ((10%) of the total I C. E. MERRITT. Clerk
$ does cost money. :: limits of the City of Pensacolato amount of such sidewalk with the __
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,
cover or screen, and to keep coveretf NOTICE.
same material of which It is con '
L :t\7c-vv York. ..&' '
A! merchant has it always In his b : ; 1: or screened with wire netting structed. Notice Is hereby given to creditor.

1t} to make tomorrow the most' are the Pioneer cot larger than number eighteen ((18) Section 2. That this ordinance i legatees, distributees, and all other

% ti power!profitable day of his business life. : :..-:+-...:<<..,:+:+:...:...:...:...:...:...:+: :... Roasters of mesh(:inclualng all cisterns flush, tanks tanks, to reservoirs water i shall Section take 'effect immediately.- against persons the having estate claims of Wm.or J. Hahn demands deceased -
3. That: all ordinances.
,,
t.IM4 I closets not in daily use) or other within
Florida. and parts of ordinances, in conflict to present the same
You cant make anybody believe '!Alton 'B. Parker after persuading a American. Yet Open bodies of standing. water upon' herewith be and the same are hereby two (2) years to the undt'rs'gneJ at
that your business is growing unless New York ourt to prohibit the people they will allow their premises. 'I repealed. > Cottage Hill Florida who has taken
of New York from discoveringhow to be formed Section.. 2. Whenever Jt is not letters (he estate
out testamentary
4 Passed upon
;+ iJc they, pee; your advertising, Is growing practicable to March 2, '190 .
their ballots were counted last yer whose S BLENDS screen or cover any cistern Approve:March of the said deceased. SansanthJF
3. 1906. '
it1tYi -growing bigger, better, more en- November, has ,been traveling throughthe lowed the tank reservoir, or other open i -,*- CHAS. H. Hahn, Executrix. 6maroa,,sIn '1f
n:i thusiastic. south telling the people of that for the first bodies of water, as required by the, BLISS
section how, their ballots should be Judge foregoing: section shall be the duty' :Mayor of Pensacola.. Escambla County Circuit Coart!,
chst in 1908. AtrIa) of the occupant of the premises to oil Attest: 'C. E. MERRJTT. A.
equal.
'"Each: petty hand can steer a ship tions are no with City Clerk. State of Florida. In Chancen
-It would of course, be the part of kerosene all such cisterns, F. Croal Josephine
becalmed Excepting the complainant vs
and so
; may any man run convince the con. tanks reservoirs other bodiesof
personal ,dfgnlty and of political expediency is out of or open Croal defendant. On :Monda. the
; ; a store that don't run. But to grasp for this thoroughly discredIted of national that we standing water at least, every fifteen An Ordinance to Provide for the 9th day of April, A. D. 1Mb 'he defendant -
the wheel of a stagnated business, and person-he doesn't attain the his personal ((15)) days using not less than one Prompt Report:of Fever Cases and I Josephine E. Croai. i* requir

'make it go-that requires a man standard of a politician-to refrain when five ke no extravagant i 1 ounce feet of of surface kerosene oiled.to every fifteen ((15) to Protect the Public Against the I ed to appear to the bill filed a'gains,

l' ''Who knows things-especially things from giving; 'political advice of any ed last week which any such When cistern premiseson tank Recurrence of Yeljow Fever in the I her herein.. /This order to be published !
,
f
sort. City of Pensacola: <<<4)) consecutive
about publicity. club in this reservoir or other of once'e3..(& week for four
But can we expect any sense of personal in the count- shall ba unoccupied open body water Be it ordaine. by the :Mayor and I weeks in The Pensacola Jou'nal -
.. it shall be the
dignity from a man who allow for I Council of, Ihe,City of Pensacola: in said i-
one who duty of the a newspaper publlshe-i
i The merchant who has enough and Retail owner of. such premises,I
Section .
ed himself made'a i. That it shall McMillan.
(541 to be puppet to months earlier or the agent thereof to cause the bethe cambia County. A. M
courage to buy a stock of goods mask the schemes of Sheehan Belmont candidate of same to be covered or screened, or duty. of every physician practicing in Clerk Cirpnit Court by L 0. Aymart
v should have enough Jeft to advertise and Ryan? Can there be I the CIty' of Pensacola during the 5. 190i
any To Judge C E oiled, as is 'provided in this and the D. c.. Pensacola Fla, March
i them ADEQUATELY This is whatIs sense of political expediency or any party means RO R'.S' foregoing section. period beginning March: 1st. and end Seal) 6maroa4*

meant by the oli adage: "Screw: sort of political sense, in the mind er, monopolist Section 3. Whenever it shall be ing November 1st.: to report in writ
: your courage to the STICKING of a man who made a campaign of ous man in the all kinds of FeedStuffs Impossible to either screen or oil any ing to the City Health Officer all I In County Judge's Court. E.caaitU:
POINT." silence until its last week. and, there- August cistern, tank, reservoir or other open cases of acutefever_ which may come County, Florida. By the County Judl
IT4ii14i after made one of. malignancy and nopolist and bony of water as herein before provided within his knowledge or observation of said County. Whereas. Jo.5<)
scurrility T Rothschilds it shall be the duty of the owner, together with the name and address Pfeiffer has applied to this Court tv
"An acre of Performance is worth If Parker sensed rightly the Opin- ers of the or agent of th premises, or the occupant of the person having such fever with Letters of Administration cum
41rr a whole Land of Promise." To be a ion held of him by' Democrats he coat-tails. I thereof, It the same be occupied in twelve (12)) hours'after the discovery mento annexo on the estate of JotS

J t1rI; successful advertiser you must kejp would [discontinue acting as political the hustings, ] : Water to stock the same with minnows' of such case, or cases. Dunn, late of said County of **#*
Jackal for Ryan and small fish and to Sec. 2. In any 'or all such cite a-*
Belmont and confine So when ,we or keep the same so, cases re bia. These are, therefore, to
ifj x&ing constantly to your real estate himself to helping them evade the southern man" stocked. ported to ''him the City Health Officer] admonish all and singular the kladrw

holdings in.the good old town of "Per law In' .their) numerous schemes for. nee in 1908 we and Retail Section 4. It shall be the duty of shall, subject to such rules and regulations and creditors of said deceased. formance." robbing the American people. his candidate. all persons residing within the corporate as zny'he prescribed by the and appear before this Court, on orv-
It was at Charlotte N. C...that Judge hand that : limits of the City of Pensa City Board o$ Health.. be empowered fore the 8th day of May A. D.1S,1j,
Th6re is no place in this paper Parker lately delivered himself of the in 1904-even cola to empty at least every seven I and required -to. investigate the case and file objections if any they bl'e.

1 .'W ere ,jour advertisement could possibly opinion ,that the south should furnishthe Into deeper Orleans Grocery, days all kegs barrels boxes, Jars or or cases reported: tohim. and if he to the granting letters as afore a>i
,next Democratic presidential can. We state other vessels, or receptacles of -whatsoever has any doubt or tuipicion concern otherwise the same will be gr Jie*
,c be hidden.As didate. It may be so. None gives suggest that kind upon their premises, Ing the nature of the illness; he hall as prayed. Witness my name aJ

I more hearty and more ungrudging applause whom,Judge Jas. McHugh which contain water, unless the same report Ui :fact Immediately. to the County Judge of the County ;afoesaiithis
a feather 'will, turn the scale, to the. loyalty of Democratic nominated in shall be kept securely covered or. resident Agent'' of the-State Board of 27th day of March 190G. iie'1

t 00.. sometimes>. -, avery":', r \Z*little* r "f*'more voters In fie south, than does the tune Ryan of :iQ5.. .Pr prletor.I screened, and who all such persons,'or I Health and shall aid) and' assist sues Bellinger, County Judge.
their_agents, may own; any va Agent in such:other'or (further! hives. .27marc w6w..,. :. "

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:may ezn.a ofiere. I: PEOPLE arid EVENTS # OF QUINCY r TO DELICATE ViOMEN




anu I Seen and Done ,SEVERAL DEI.IGHTFUL, ENTER. ..."
pre. HearcJ Among: Those Who Go Come and
ions! TAINMENTS DURING THE You will never get'well and strong, bright, hap-

clan I Tarry Women and Society Here and-Elsewhere. PAST WEEK. py, hearty'ahd free from pain, until you build up you;

the constitution with a nerve refreshing. blood-making j-i

1 to I tonic like

iverXo. By E. NELLIE BECK 'Telephone 6B9. 8p"'a| to The Journal.
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: :: i H QCT'.Mar- 2e--Mrs. G. M. Un-
his & entertaIned on Wednesday: in

eenehe- honor of her guest, Mrs. Sweeney of ar I1i
Jaynesville TO- wittt a very beautiful iyi0j
Ofules MR.. HICGINS ENTERTAINED I The luncheon followed
FOR MRS. GILBERT LLOYD. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature party The polished by a bridge .
table
Mrs 1 E. G. Higgins of 'Varrington.gterullh'd SUGAR AND SPICEAND exquisite covered
I lot at cards--euchre-Thurs--! Jith dollies was profusely

-uePer v'gluing! In honor of her slstvr-In-' ALt THINGS NICE *decorated*** artistically with<< many hued n.astur- It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink

'>! la* )Ir:;. Gilbert Lloyd of Brooklyn -'. Everything tha.q a well-man. great branches; ,of lovely arranged spring while blossoms
mtuca -
< 1t.. i t, nered grocery store should WereKeverywhere In evidence It is a pure harmless, medicinal tonic made from vegetable!

h. 'jlr E. first I*. Chaffln prize a captured handsome the cigar gen-- keep-delivered at your house 1&J21? fVl6 rest of the house. Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache.
almost soon as
Jutyacy f'rotn' as ordered. the table were :Mrs. W. M. backache. bowel ache, dizziness chills menstruation.
,
: and Mrs. G. it.1l the Prices way. down Duality scanty or profuse
Corry. Mrs.
case way A.
L.
Wilson Mrs.: C. S.
: a pointe lace collar. Curtis dragging down pains etc. /sIt
jad' s up. Mrs. 1. 14
rto }1r.- Lloyd was presented with a 'II FOR LUNCHEON. Become, jfrs., J. E. Davidson McFarlln Mrs.Mrs... Is a building. strength-making medicine for women. the only

s Pee-01 hlldsOm won hat pin the as.booby the guest an orangewood prize. Yeal LoafrLunch Tongue Phillips Mrs. >V H. Davidson: Miss medicine. that Is certain to do you good. Try it.

and St}; also tra)'. Ham Loaf. Vienna Sausage 'Williams Mrs: W. H. Ide, Mrs. Sold by every druggest in $i.OO bott es.
pin
Chicken Loaf. Corn Beef Hash Sweeney, ana the hostess. At the
case lr.Garlock of the U. S. Nary was
' ) "\\ I Devil Chicken Ham'b'ger' Steak bridge party: following the first : A
LETTER
nos(72)- enough to win the gen- Prize WRITE :lS? "YOU ARE FRIENDS
unfortunate a of
pair silver '
manicure
Devil Potted
sclssor
( ) tlemen's "boob)" a very pretty ,, Turkey. Devil Ham. was won by Mrs. J. E. Davtateon- freely and frankly, strictest. confidence of mine" writes Mrs. F. L. Jones, ofGaUatin
Chipped Beef Ham. '
match safe. while the guest's ,telling us all your symptoms and ,.Tenn.: -
prize
a cut
cted TV evening was most pleasantly "' \ ,;Z- Potted Fish. Bonned OhickenROSENAU&GERELDS Ink stank With sliver glass troubles. We will send free advice "For since taking Cardui I have
>rdl- spent and was one that will be reojemttemi -- to nss Williams.top was awarded (in plain sealed eavelope), how to gained 3S lbs.andam ia better health

not ty those fortunate enoughto ,On Wednesday cure them. Address: Ladies'Advisory than for the past 9 years. I tell my
night
im. attend. dance was given a delightful Dept.,Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardui is worth its'

((30)Ms -+- ,,;4/p. those present being at 'the Mr. opera and Mrs.house.G h. Chattanooga, Teqn. weight in gold to all suffering, ladies."

WANTEDQUICKBY 11.
Underbill.
Mrs.
Sweeney Mr. and
THE LADIES OF MOBILE.One 'Mrs. J. L IcFarlin, Mr. and -Mrs. C.
ball seldom sees a woman walkingover S. Curtis Dr. and
, muddy crossing that The Fancy Grocers Mrs- Strange. .
assa a damp or MlsSe'I May Crawford Underhill, Mc- ---- ----
ia i i" not reminded of Burns' lines: ''Farlin Dixon U '"
CBS" Phone 391 PensacolsnNick's Hfinson :MitcheL, Wil
-0 wad some power the giftie gie us liams. Haines. 'Malone and Messrs.
awliere. To see oursels as other see us!" Corry. Haines.
Laird. (Ward, Thomas,
It matters little whether her. dress Hmson. Ide, Curtis, Howard. Miller Interesting to Everylady:
? re- skrit be long, short or. medium, the E. C.' Love, Slyvester and: Rabe Love.
average woman clutches at the fullness Mrs.. A. L. Wilson entertainei'very

in the back and drawing it tight. Buffet and charmingly with a bridge party In

!h to one side. lifts It from the hcptor of i Iss Emily Williams of

jTomd. If it were dropped when the Restaurant Macon, on Friday afternoon. "!Ier High Grade WearablesThe

COILnary cleaner! or dryer 'place was reached :. guests were Mra. C. B. Curtis Mrs
the sight would not be so ridiculous, Sweeney. Mrs. J. F. McFarlin.' Mrs. I

but frequently ehe absent-mindedlj 1 a the only place of Ita J. E Davidson Mrs. Phillips., Mrs. M. Well Known Skirts
walks along, lifting It higher with kind idPensacola: Intact H. Wilson Mrs. W. H. .Ide. Mrs. Butterfly
each step until it is small woni 'er I itisAPddeto'. Waarfn. Mrs. Cbrry Mrs. Prenttas.

1 the smile, for the display 'Mrs. ,
the thoughtless W. H: Davidson Miss Underbill! I '
.ola: of hosery is generous. If some organization ..", ". and Miss Williams.

h of wishes to earn the everlasting Ueutenant and (rs. 3!. H. Wilson 'i'.k' : 1
mItstend. grattitude of womankind let it are now pleasantly located in their f'f :
.

phy. fastidious woman can modestly keep 1/Il, Pensacola.. ]! ,, King street, having taken possessionlast : ::Cf"The "Quality" skirts

r. I if free from too heavily sprinkled! ., Friday.

..lker.cor., crossings and not invite unkind comment Larger -..clU! s cannot CJaptaln and Mrs. Al D. Covingtonof
: tailored
by her method of procedure.- THE VOGUE OF THE EMPIRE boast'of a better equipped Jacksonville are expected to ar .; Beautifully

'orty- Mobile Register. .. . place i The service Is the rive in this city this week and will
City '- The empire has ever; 'been, a favor to 'give body. In both backand frontit best that can be had. in future reside "here. Captain Cov % and in the newest and

pur- MRS. SANGSTEI 'SAYS ite mode of development for negligees points sharply upward in .the front ington having recently purchased the k '
shall READ THE NF. iSPAPERS. handsome residence ot Mr. J. S. best styles. Black.l l
dainty matinees* and all such meeting the roll-over collar edged 5 Nick Apostle Propt'r .
E. Sangster. one ol Shaw.
:ider- Mrs.[ Margaret ;
likewise
house garments but this 'season It with the lace galloons. the""yoke
City the" wisest and most trustworthy of Miss Bessie McRae one of the city's blue and'grey Pana-
comes boldly to the fore sure 'of as outlined with the sam 'lace; The ... ;
shall advisory writers advising what to hearty a. welcom fri: this line of dress full sleeve to the elbow is gatheredinto most (charming. ania::\) .popular youu; I
read to obtain the best general prao ladies returned home Thursday froma -
other as in the many 'others which It has a band of the galloons from \\ t' ma $5.00 to $18.00. .
with. tiral knowledge, says; visit of two weeks with friends at '
Invaded. Here a very fine piece of which, falls a deep frill narrowing to ,1
liter, "On the whole nothing helps one cream challis with a ring dot of baby almost nothing on the Inner arm,this J O. Def NI4K Madison. Black Batiste $5.00 to ,
the sa much a? reading the newspapers j Miss Alice Irby, who for the past I
, the diligently, If one would like to know blue is used In- combination. with likewise outlined'with the lace gal three months has been'the attractive
lace gall ..' The loons. And touch Is
given
what is going on in the worto'" cream repousse )ns. a pretty guest ot Mrs. Alice Dismukes of this it 1500.
:
-4- empire yoke is without pleats or'tucks by the rosette of black' velvet ribbon' city, expects to return this week to
burya and adjusted over a light lawn' lining set' where' the collar and ;yoke meet, II '
the !SURPRISED MRS. BERGENON DePuniak Spri gs; Mar. 26.-Mr. her home In.Blackstone. Va. .1 The "Queen's" Greys

bodyie HER BIRTHDAY. and ,Mrs. Henderson and two daughters Judge IP.' W. White has returned to I I
Mrs Daniel Bergen of :227! West .of Cambridge Mass.. .who have the" 'CIty from extended trip to '
ia: : $8.00 to $18.00. \
Mrs. M. E. Thorn and 'daughters Miss she went for Mardi Gras left last I .
Citythe rarragoo&sa; bad a very pleasant eurprlse been .apeM1ug1th.WIater here left points of interest. In, east .and south '
Gertie and Miss Dora Mr. and Mrs. evening1 for Jacksonville where she '
Sunday evening when a crowdof for their home Wednesday. Mr. Hen Florida. 'S '
{ Charles E. B&rtln. 'Miss Marian will spend a day with friends expecting S THE "ROYAL" WAISTS ,
derson C. R. Shaw returned .
her friends headed by Miss Emma talks vof buying here in the 'Mr. Friday I i; I
>taie.niinl Marsh :Miss Maggie and Miss Sun to reach home Wednesday ,
,
Fla'.
Grenenger arrived unexpectedly and near future. from a.visit to Boardman where
) presented; her with a beautiful cake shine Bergen- Mr. Jack ana1 Mr. Dan night Mrs. Kimball will 'remain Mrs. Bowers Campbell has been oa he went to accompany Mrs. Sbaw I :; : cut to fit and fit to
C. ,. with her for several' weeks. --- c
Bergen Jr., Mr; A. Christophersen parents '
, tastefully decorate' and having on itfcrt.Qvc the sick list for the last two weeks. and son 'on her' return home.. I
eers. Mr. Leon Vincent, Mr.- Arthur Williams ., I
lIttlo wax candles of differ Miss 'Gussla eMest' oi
dangnter '
con. ent colors. .Mr., Tony Llcata Mr. Chris Mrs. Washington has gone to her editor Stores of the Breeze. had the wear. In. snow white Linen, '
,
City Hartman Mr. Gale Flbris and the home in Savanah after. visit to.her
'
There was singing and Instrumental key that unlocked the box in
"
money
made the ) music and games which all enjoyed hosts Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bergen. father Hon.'A. C. .Blount Sr. the Racket Store, thereby receiving 0 COTTAGE HILL Batiste and.Fr. Lawn $1.25 too "
'
: and all showered: Mrs. Bergen the tw.snty-flve! dollars ,
'
etery !Mr. and. ;Mrs, Colt n. who hav The Misses Wilson of' Mobile 'I!ft '
with
wishes for b.r continued happiness Cap W. W.f Flournoy has .
, or been guests of Mr. and Mrs. John S last evening for home after a pleasant par'chased $5.00. .. % ,
and
and life. the
prosperity a
long Frinfcind: adjoining
stataamsi The surprise party was comjwsed Beard and Miss Sujlivant-on the Bay. visit with Mrs.' John G.- Ward. ., > .' property Special to The Journal. c

of the following friends: shore have gone to New Orleans, :Mrs. D. Banflll has sol the south Cottage Hill. Mar. 26.-Mrs.Baumelster .
their Mr. and Mrs. P. Switzer of New and Biloxl!, Miss. They: may stop In Mrs. George Werhan who' has been end of her lot 90 by 140 ft. part to Rica of Louisville Ky., Is Cravenetle Coats of Character

I the Orleans, Mr. Fritz Baum of Germany Pensacola-on elr.retnrn.; visiting her sister Mrs. J: W. Higgins -H. P. Lason and part to Geo. F. Car. v1s1 lng' her' son 'and family at their' !
the ; :. has returned to New York den.-who will make improvements. home in Quintette.Mr ,
'rmiaictE'd Mrs. Thomas JHalliWll-of Whistler, The ladles of the Episcopal church -WmC Bryan of Roberts was a Not the cheap shoddy kind. ;
arrived last nlng' a 'Visitto Mr. Walker Gonzalez 1& in Montgomery caller here last week. I '
p .... Ala.. -ev on. will serve supper at Flournoy Hall, I .
Mrs. A; E.: 'McDayid.Mrs. .- for a few. days. Tuesday.. ,Mr. Jones who is visiting his ChiIdrens 8 to 12 $8.00 "- -

ord!. The ladles of the Town Improvement brother-in-law Mr. Mills at Quintette! "

> not Mary- Askra 'and'hi1dren left Miss Bessie Merritt of Virginia recently Association will hold their biweekly attended Chautauqua at DePuniak. I Misses 14 to 18 $9.35Ladies' /,,
r by last night>for their home in Atlanta guest of :Mrs. Bell has returned reception at the home of Mrs. (Mr. Finch was. in the 'cIty on business !- ,

((30) Lenten flighted' with their three. months In from New Orleans and Is' visiting F. C.- Eaton next Wednesday after )Jast Wednesday.Mrs. 32 44 $9.35to$18 '1 i
ison. Pensacola guests at Mrs Dora Don Mrs. J. S. McGaughsy. Mrs. Lucius noon. Beal'and daughter little Rebecca to,

aldson's and expecting to return in Merritt Is expected in a few days and At. the business league attended l the Chautauqua at c1' 1'
meeting
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shall the near future. will be 'Mrs. McGaughey's guest' last: Wednesday Mr. Wallace Bruce DeFuniak. We will gladly show.you the line
.Mrs.: and four children of
Serkey- ::
sage laid before them his plans. for buildIng
(Surgeon-Brown-of.-the-U. S. S. Mrs Louis Canfield Parker 'of 'New the new tabernacle.Mrs. Salida, Colo. 'who have been visiting!
Texas who" was painfully injured on York is expected to visit in Pensa- relatives here left, last Friday for a
. or Specialties David Richardson, 'Who has
her coming visit to her visit: her brother and wife Mr M AIL ORDERS SOLICITED
here'cola.- the tennis court at the Country Club cola fluting been sick for the,.last ,six weeks, is with .
Saturday was said to be' resting as parents in Mo-bile. I' now convalescent

comfortably as possible last eveningand Saturday was Confederate l day at -
everybody' trusts .he will suffer The kind you 'Want, Blue Ribbon,Vanilla the Chautauqua and at eleven the TROUBLE MAKER. Watson Parker ,& Reese .
Made from the finest
no serious results to his ankle. Extract. Veterans marched to the tabernacle ,
Vanilla Beans C ffee- Poison Breeds Variety of Ills.
Mexican absolutely
the.
. the band playing good old south
The engagement of Capt; :P. 1i. Cos- pure and aged until it has the. famous ern airs, and at their head the two A California woman who didn't '33-35 South Palafox Street '

- grove, Jr., of the U. s.. S-i Laurel, to 'Blue' Riitfbon Flavor." flags were carried |slde-by-elde, the know for.twenty\ years what kept her .

Miss Myrtle. Norman..of Pensacola, stars and stripes and the stars and 111,writes to tell how. she won back -
..tors Lobstersin been announc<< d, also .that of :Mr. One-hilf pound of health quIttIng coffee: ,
has : bars. '
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54 old. she "have
ther West to
> Harry Thompson of. Key. O-YA-MA TEAtwill .About nine o'clock Saturday mornIng am years says
ands: Miss Marie Bonifay. of. ,Pensacola. used coffee all my life and for 20 years
while the tanks
deithin- half and 1-lb. tins. Miami Me- make the. same quantity as \were being filled from indigestion and insomnia I Put them in before the FLIES
i. Key West, correspondent.- at the acetiline gas -worklfof the tab- suffered I
tropolis. on.9 pound"( of the cheap-kind. ernacle th-jre was an 'explosion followed ; Life was' a burden and a drag to i MOSQUITOES get into

J. ataken .. QUALITY COUNTS. by a fire that gava"a run to our me all the time and about once a year your
Soft Shell Crabsin Mrs. Minnie Bonnakef, of Pensacola fire department. Many people were my' ailments got such hold upon me l!! CHEAPER NOW J

is In < 0ntha tins.Deviled Dr. Law. :Mrs :Bonnaker.s! an old DO YOU FE"=I i liKE'THIS? done. several weeks each. time. :

w8'Y friend of the editor and he has enjoyed ,"} was-reluctant to conclude that H. G. DeSILVA & COand

her visit -asBill.. Arp says: coffee was the: causa of my trouble.
ourt tuchly."-+ BartoWl! !: (CourierJnform- but I am 'thankful that I found out
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Crabsin . 'If COTTONDALE ------- -- "
* } ant. : F I H the truth; :Mrs. W. L. Hahn of.: 'oaseola "
10 E. "ThenU4etermined* to use Postum
thed& tins. Hon. Sam.F..PaseG.fOFmel'ly United Food Coffee exclusively-for a week Mrs. Watters 'went to the city

j, I States senator, .and Mrs* Pasco ofMonticello. at .flrst;... or I doubted". my ability to do Wednesday last to :visl ,her daughterMrs. r Warm Mean
quir.alnst. ., Fla., spent.Monday in the ""Cottondale Mar. 26.-The Atlanta without; 'the\ old kind of coffee for Breen. children Days :
and two. -
,
city guest! of theft: son, '}Ion. Sam and Gulf Railroad has established any length of time. I make the Pos- airs. Frank I evey, arrived .1
Kansas
.. John.
of St.
-- here'and is .unloading
ll8h- Pa co, Jr. headquarters> tum .ca; rul\1.\ as directed and before visit to
Wednesday a
on
con- quite; a lot of steeL I understandthat the week:expired had my reward In here last Thirsty Throatswhich
Jour- NEW CITY LADiES. MEET the freight on their steel alone a perceptible Increase in :strength and Mr. and Mrs. JudgeLeTyMiss ; Mrs.
jStoltS ,
Nina v.tsited:
I WITH MRS.' J. C. GREEN. was ten thousand dollars. It looks
1.illan., These are the choicest The New1 City*" LaM;: G! '-Will meet like we are assured of the completion spirits."iSeeing\ : the good that my short experiment -i Meade Wilson of Pensacola. several In turn means a

aard this afternoon with' Mrsl JJC: C. Green of this road. Many lots are be- had accomplished, I resolved 10ayS- ago. ,
home last
1906. products sold and we on Twelfth Avenua, between Fifteenth jag[ sold in the new part of town i to,continue the use of Postum f tool : Mr. Dneen visit returned In the city. glass or two ofour in-
from a
w.f W'n and;; Sixteenth streets insteadof since th) depot site has been established Coffee cutting oat the old kind ot Monday : "of !Peneacola Is:
; Horrm comparable %
know they will please with Mrs. James T Geralds Gerelds on account there. .Lots are selling thereat I corree-entirt"ly.- This I did for nin3 I visiting Mrs. her sister Mrs.. Frank Levey >da. or a
fifckncsa. Airs. rapidly.
of in $25 and going -
: biSI are I months finding dally, Increased plate' of match-
has been formed and children.Mr. or two our :
I ud.-e you. family. A stock company I cause for rat1ficatlon" at my steadily and Mrs. Breen' visited 'Mrs.

John -4--,, A ton's weight on your to start a newspaper in eottooo'ale'iThe Improving ,health. My indigestion I Breen'a parents.. 'Mr., and 'Mr!. 'Walters less Ice fCream. There's
Mrs.
-. The 'Oungest.ch11d of Mr] and paper 'Will mate its first appearance -
t'for i left 516'mV sleep returned Sunday. ; ,
I abdomen graduallr
a headache on '
James T. O3reldsrwho'has.been; quite throbbing about April 1. nothing so satisfying and
..estaJohn- In weight color I -hereBundar. It
: -- I gained 26 pound my Rev. Hlx preached
111 for few day was better last feet Only two candidates have an- '
a if manacled
and '
'. as -representative and senate changed from sallow to a fresh rosy has been arra g <..so. tjiat we' will 'r reshtng. Biscuits,

sea"1ani night. dragging a ball and"chain. ? cunced but there are a, number that:. hue"'and"life "became 'a blessing. have preaching here every' Sunday
I I would'try the old and evening. Rev. John doughnuts and hot coffee ,
Then'
thought morning
idred Sol Calm Captain and -MrsrNorris= -and Williamsend baby Sure sign of "Spring ..fevertso would erv.9 the dear'people However as tax it kind of, coffee again and did BO for a Beck will preach: next; Sunday.. '
& CO. and -Mrs. collector and treasurer. '
daughter. Envof S- ; every morning at 6
'q be their baby son, have moved from called. A tonic, blood If not too late for several more to few w ekS! ;. 'The punishment for deserting -

)rbeI I the Salvation Army ,headquarters on purifier and liver cleanseris be induced to make the race for the my good friend. Postum, was v For an Impaired pp.t1te.: o'clock

lSQ6.haVe.. The Pure Food Store DeLuna street. to: 214"Bast church various vacancies. a return 'Of 'U1Y old troubles. Loss of appetite always results from
street. what you need. Our Crane'sSpring Farm. rs are backward this season That taught me wisdom and I am faulty digestion AIl f.ha.t"ts needed -

'gal*. s uth_tit Corner PaUfox and Intendenda Tonic is just: that i andnot. much cotton will ,be planted now and:jshall be all my life hereafter Is a few doses of Chamberlain. StomaCh .

inted (Miss Mary. -Dooglass-.of Tampa, '-as heretofore. Labor can not be using Postum Food' Coffee exclusively and Liver Tablets.* They will invigorate : ;
,,. 83 who has been the; lovely, guest of bottle. bad to cultivate the land. :Many areilaiting and enjoyitfg the benefits It bringsme. the stomach, itrwigthen the Kandy Kitchen Cafe

,said.LenIr. I ) on..ll 8 Mrs. hrlp Swayne' and daughter The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.. melons. instead of cotton. .*'- 'JNamj.given by- Postum Co., digestion and g1 pivft.you2T' :appetitelike

Mrs. Kimball -'ct-.Philadelphia en PHINE! .1100. The fruit 'crap 'k damaged to some Battle Creek C Mich. a wolf. These TaQ1etJ also act I 104SPalafoLPho e999' ti

............. route home from 'a' delightful visit citent. from,the recent cold but I .'The the little book "The Road as a gentle laJaU: : e.. For talebJ: :' alldruggists.

-- of six weeks in New, Orleans where, Hooton's Pharmacy ,- think ire'will bavo4'fair crop._ to WeilvUlevr: pkgs. .


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IT IS EVERY MAN'S REAL FOR ESTATE.SALE Mima. Street CAN' HQOtpN -& WATSON.



., $4000-Business corner. 2" blocks west WE SELL Succftsjon to Tnos. C. Watson 6 Cs.LeidjagRulEstate

of Palafox rents $t20 per year. Merchants and .others ,.f. wi

$2400-Good piece of .property two considering change of Rental Insurance. Agency

blocks east of Palafox,,-r down location, should see YOU AHOME ? ,

FIRST DUTY town, rents $280 per year what we have to offeron : S 5 .* '
street We '
Baylen rand the new ',' 'V' "
$4300-Property corner ; .
can now contract to You owe it to' yourself and family "
$546
rents
Wright year.
_S $ S50-Lot 28 by 170. East per. Romana furnish a store. office to provide for them a' home. LI.t..f, likable Property for Sale
.1).StS4 suit lot for'sale,
or building to If j-ou have'a home or
the duly wants of his family totS rents $!S6 per year. "
after supplying
/ .: houses North Ha ne, your special requIrements we. wquid like to know it. \ '., vj i.
$3500 -5 new > <
$ home. Is it not economy or good ; ,
provida them a lease sal; We. homesto suit anybody, -
S or have
thro by yejar about renting for $420 per year. s $12,500.00()-Brick? building, South Palafox street, lot extending back
: z:1: S management to away year or the land only for, which we wilt sell for cash or on easypayments.
one-fourth of your ea-nings in paying rent when $2000-tore and dwelling corner: Immedate: ,improvement S I to-bay. Rents at'$1200 per annum..
%c- with but little more exertion you can apply these Coyle and Jackson, 'rentIng $hper
4 month. small on. lines subject $10.500.0o-Two: story brick bulilding centrally located.,
home Including '
toward of own?
payments a jour to approvaL Also '

dwelling adjoining lot' 60x125.' have our an ideal site for Don't.Pay : J; I $5,250.0o--r:: sty brick building ,East Government street. Renfs
INVEST YOUR MONEY GET .
AND large'hotel.. er'aTna'um.
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at $540
S rent all your,:life and\never own a (

See Us About the Home Question Did you ever RETURNS stop to think, how' hard' Will.Be .As' : home of the'yourown.landlord i Why? You'ontlnu can)--purchase ,enrIchIng -. $$3,700/ 100x150.- Desirable. :south. front corner lot. North Hill near car lineS

you worked for the mpney you hav by :
$ a house so easy from us a,
t saved up? And did you ever! ,'figure up" small! payment down (balance like' $3.6QO.007-4 single, 'and i: double new tenement ,houses on corner oa

'1. S.i how easy it earns more for jou when ent S S car line/ Splendid: renting property bringing $456 per annum.
wisely invested? And did' It ever occur Good as palai xMcDavidllyer : t .

.i to-you that when you allow you $3,500:00-At this flgnrq Jor.a'short time 25 lots,fronting on Palafox

Pensacola Investment Company : savings to remain idle! >ou. are throwing .. Money- :' and Baylen' streets ,A good Investment

away hard earned money? Why S. :
;fl SIi not either invest in good renting improved to loan on real estate security at lowest $3,000.00-A< desirable one story 6 room dwelling 80x144 on car line

A. H. ITALEMBEHTEf City Manager. property, or vacant' Jots that ,Company, market rates Some of our clientsare West:Gregory,jtret.We' S

are increasing value, lend it'out the best and wealthiest in I
or 'above.
W. H. KHOWtZS, Resident IU B. SlMTSON, Secretary. among I I would l be'pie4ed' to have inquiries and show the and
at erght per. cent on goQd real estate Agents New York Pensacola. ,If you have money to loan
J.L STOIMAN V..Pres. and G.n. Minager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer.RaeI mortgages. S and ,want safe investments consult us i other defclrftole' property in our agency. If you have property5tofunds SELL
Life Insurance, Company. houses to rent, or desire insurance we would be .
'' to Ipan, pleased
There is no better place than Pen- about it. attend to all details and
Estate Loan. General Investments. '
8 E. Government Street. consult
sacola to properly invest. I have one guarantee! 'all papers. I''I to have. jpu ,us.

ffjriflf 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. client who made $100 last: week on a Phone 7CO. ,Pensacola: Fla. .. 'f' '

thousand dollar investment in THREE

5. 5 HOURS. You.might do the same.; .In.surance I

l PROPERTY asj but not least, we want you' to:i HOOTON&WATSON

FOR SALE! LESLIE E. BROOKS know that we are representing several !I I

FOR SALE of the best fire companies and i :
also write accident, life and bond in-' PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
204/ S.. Palafox, St. Fisher- Building. S ufance I
ON NORTH BAYLEN: STREET A SPLENDID INVESTMENT;
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10 LOTS $1200() Nice five room cottage with
Phone 462. Write, telephone. or call and.. see -
THIS PROPERTY SHOULD BRING NOW $2500, FOR IMMEDIATE bath on East 'Hill us, It. will be time well spent I -4
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$1700-Hoaie .on corner lot N 8th
SALE... ____ .... .... .... ... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. ....$200000 '. avenue.$3000'B'autiful. Board and Rooms.

240 ft. on Wright St by 1S2 ft. deep 506 East Jackson 2' story 8 room HELPWANTEDVANTED.COOk 8 room 2 story rest L.: S.' BROWN .& CO. ESTATE LIST

ivS ft fine warehouse site cheap at $5000 and hall house bath gas delightful I dence corner lot modern and NEW REAL ROOMS AND \RD-Pleasantly
neighborhood lot 93x150. $3500. new, 423 E. Cervantes.
Romana St. 240 ft. \ white or colored, Thiesen BuUding.MIs"cellsneous. situated on car line. Address
4jj 80 ft. on East 7 room and hall house on North male 'female, ,with" experience at $1750-Six room'house and five lots, FOR SALE No
1ai.4 East of Palafox St. a good hotel or or 8, care Journal. 27mar
Hayne. with all modern conveniences N. Davis St.
boarding house. Apply 105 E. Inten
for Immediate sale;
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j1i business site. $2500. dencia St. 2lmarlw'WANTEDPersons $1350 Six room cottage: E., Wright: S FOR RENT-Newly furnished
i4 Urge dwelling house on same 12500. Six houses in West King Tract roomsyery
5 room cottage and reception hall reasonable.
Apply 20 W, Re-
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i1t1 : 201 ft. on the south side of Garden back and front gallery. closets, house everywhere to renting' for $30 per: month $2850 mana St. 23marlw

ti2.i St by 160 ft. deep on Tarragona and new and in good condition large lot, distribute samples; $20.00 weekly C.R.vAEGER CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly End, for
West renting
In
:4 J Manressa. streets, the best warehouse can be bought on easy. terms, $1200. and expenses address Manager filled *foi roses, carnations flowers .Rouse neigh .. LARGE double furnished room MtaboardC
$ or wholesale business site in the 715 North Baylen St 7 room 2 story and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie $10 per month good : Hot and cold water bath
Ill.
Wells It
St., Chicago No. 202 ThiesenBuLIding. Phone 686 'borhood.. ,. ... .. .. ".$1000
$;( city., 20000.. residence lot 70x125: ,. every modern Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. and use of phone No.. 865. Apply 415
WANTED.-A cook E. W. Gregory. .
convenience. $5000. Apply 121 24nurlw
40 ft. on Spring St. between Garden Government.27mar. TAILORING-B. .L. Diamond. Tailor. Five.lots on North Hill,if taken -,
Corner 8th avenue and 12th street, .., .. ....$3000 ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished
and Romana streets. $4000.S Wanted Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and at once.. : or on-
S room and hall cottage gas city wa ""AGELXTS WANTEDf'! -Experienc3 repaired 'on short notice. No. lift : furnished. Mrs M. J. Robinson 600
jll1 40 ft. on East Romana St., east of ter, large lot can: be bought on easy not (sickness, ac West Government St.. Pensacola Fla. Five lots fronting Toledo square E. Gadsden St. 24marlm
; pays
necessary
*9u. and adjoining Bass & Co.. $4000 terms at $1700 cident and death. Address the Fra- WANTED.-Tha Merchants TransferCo. ..decJ. New City... .. .. .. :.. .....$1000

;114 144 ft. on East Garden by 192 ft. 6 room and hall cottage on East ternal Bankers, ,of America.. St: Louis, wants your moving and baulinj. 716 One block_ In New.City on carline NICE comfortable. furnished room,
H.
South
PORTER, sailmaker pleasantly situated one block from
deep at $14,400. Gadsden St., between, Davis and 6th Ma 25mar4t All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. ./ ....
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Prop. Phone 978. ISjnnelm .PlLl lox street Orders taken for .. .. ., .. pit ., $4000 bay on car line suitable for house
w 5 lots on the southeast corner avenue a nice home and 'good o lgh- sen. tents, awnings camp stools and house Half block in,New City on hard keeping. Cook stove or gas, 'or without .

Spring and Baylen Sts, a splendid borhood, cheap at 190000. WANTEDcool< 'Apply Capt WANTED-To buy'' old gold and silver cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. Apply 501 .E Government St.
'f'h. building site $2500. S. W.""% block 228, New City on I Pearce Fort Barrancas, Tla. broken up stuff regardless of road. overlooking Bayou Texaf $iSOO 24marl2
SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie -
2 lots on Cervantes, between Spring northeast corner 12th ave. and 15th' 22marlw. S sizes. Cash paid. Igntman &Klein. L wholesale Oert. These .are ,all first-class .pieces of
ing .Co.. 'and retail ship ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished unfurnished '
t.IL: and Baylen Sts, 60 ft. by 125 ft. deep St. a splendid building site., $1500.00. WANTED-A! house man. Apply 619 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127.- vr chandlers S and grocers,only first-class property and, are jilt edge, invest rooms on the hill; after or Aprl:

a nice building site. $1300. Two cottages on Eaut Romana St. N. Palafox St. corner .Gad den. WANTED.-..;...A. R. ,Bingham wants house of kind in city. Fair prices to all. ments. : 1st. location high and healthy. Closeto

:t 3 lots on Strong St. between 10th No. '522 and 526; renting for '$6 ;per WE LEARN you to make mirrors' at your moving and4 hauling.' He guai ..Fine stationery. wedding invitations car line. Apply at 314 E. Strong;

S and llth avenues, this 'Is'very cheap month. good ,investment $600. home. Full ,guaranteed, formula $5. antees all breakage.' Phone '630.I cards Phone 1213. 16marit
cards
S + visiting tally etc. Celia '
;j at $650. P. F... M. Co, Box 472, ,Pensacola, Ffa.ISmarlm .: M,'Robinson, representing The Chas. D. HALE WILSON & CO.REAL FOR RENT-Two
6 'and hall at Fisher. nicely "irnished
room cottage S will tune. and repair_ jou.r plan ,auJ
4 lots on the southwest side of Reus :
;. t14S1 St, between DeSoto and Strong for a yule lot 60x125. fronting' on the bay organ as ,cheap _as any one; guarantee Hn Smarlm.Elliott Company, of Philadelphia. 'ESTATE rooms at P. Stone. 17 N. Palafox.
WANTED-Good cleaner1 and .
presserat 21marlw.WANTED
few days. $1750. $1800. best and neaf fsf work. Prompt ,
ri once. No. 9 E. Intendencla,
We will be attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 I: live In Pensacola corner llth -A few boarders at 212 \V
1 ready Monday to deliver 5 room and hall cottage at L'ttle! 13mar. RENTS AND LOANS
.: deeds of the Maxent Tract property Bayou lot 100x140. on the W ..ter, a delightful 2 .rings J.. Conrad Scott. Smarlm 'street and 15th avenue, In New City, S '4' sold.ISTh .; WANTED-First class la. '' and will take care of your Piano by borhood and on car line. ISmarlm
home stenogra'
i11: $1500 ) WANTED-The public to know that $9 S. Palafox I St.
I the at low
year 'a figure. Refelt.
pher. Address in own handwritingwith
old 'Jean be at FOR RENT-3 furnished
newspapers bought rooms for
1.| MONEY at the lowest rate of interest on vacant or Improved city;property. reference. :Office Work, Care this office for five cents bundle.. They tune clean out etC: 'Phone 802. 2 Phone. 234. rent Apply corner Chase and:
rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm
Journal. 4mch.WANTED' -
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY! are all clean and nice. ,,, Spring Sts. llmarlw
EGGS 'FOR HATCHING.
: WANTED.-Ele.ctriiwork, of ah k'nd.! NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for ren,.
: If your rent returns are not satisfactory give us a trial. From my prize pens of S. .C. Rhode
Let ,us clean your fans .resair your Isalnd[ Reds ,and S. C. Brown Leg- FOR SALE Newly furnished clean and nice,
I dynamo, do lour vlrm etc. Paona near postoffice. Apply at 1234 E.
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finest in the south
to
horns, ,pens $1
The Fisher Real Estate Agency WANTED-Roard In private home on. 570. Pensacola: Elecuic Co.. 2C5 S.Eaycn. $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; Property that is not ,culls or rejects Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer.

: North Hill by refined couple. Per., also agent for the famous Banta In. making their first appearance on the 7janlm.

; ; 206 South Palafox 87. manent if suited. F. C. .F., this office. cubators and Brooders. Drop me a market. at very attractive. ,prices c for Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat
Phone 27mar3t card: and I will call. E. L. McFadden homes or investmentLarge ,this office. They are ,all clean

t --- -- ------ __- I Money to,Loan. Prop.,' Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R, well-shaded lot front 140 on and nice. .
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*; i1i WANTED' To buy for cash or han F. D; No. 1, Pensacola Fla. Gregory street and 10 on. DeLeon
dIe at option of owner 20 to 40 acre 7marlm: street. .. .. .. eo .... .::...$2600
TO
MONEY LOAN-EverYbody bor.
tract in or adjoining the city suitable Choice corner"lot. corner 9th ave and For Sale.FOR .
from Jno..
: S for platting. Wm. Fitzsimmons, Ho- Co rows 16 E.money Government street.A. Hall When& MATJRESSBg: RENOVATED. New Cervantes, 40x137% 'ft p.' '... ...$600
tel Escambia 27marlt. tick furnisaed if desired. All done Choice corner lots corner 9th ave.
in need call on us.' 9feblm 1 n good order on short notice. Leave and 9th street ,80x137%.....eo .$650 SALE.-A' photographers ontflt

HOTEL SITE. WANTED party to buy-a good business MONEY LOANED on all kinds of orders at Green & Watson. Phone !Four lots 40x150 ;on, north side 9th Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture
rI' '
well established good location p store 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar
S Fonal property on short notice. 193. 7mar St. tletwee-Il',9th and 10th. aves., each I
Palafox St. Communicate with '
Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. $250. .I. I POTTERYVORKS: for sale, on East
D. C.. care Journal. 22mar]I'Romana. Phone 1165 Ifeb MRS' 'H. S. CHUNN will receive pu. Four lots on corner 10th ave. and I Hill, known as J. W. Kohler Pottery

t pils in shorthand at her residence. 10th St.. n"" eo' ..,.,. .., M ..$1300 Works, together with the macbicT:,
WANTED partner in paying busi MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms $5.00 a Nice modern 6 room house on :East engine, fixtures bowls kiln. etc.. anl

." ness. Will bear investigating.' other sufficient security. by applying month in advance. 4mchlmo. Hill ,newly papered and painted; Son including fine bed pottery clay. For

The best situation in the city for a '_ Small capital required. Apply: P. 0* i to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox land, TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION HO ft. -lot. price $1800; rents $14. I further particulars address P. O Box

Box 753. 17marl6t Romana. up stairs.. 17nov-m.' AND RETURN-The launch Le- Two choice,corner lOts. SOd 50. corner 103, City. )DchZS.

S tourist hotel., 130 feet fronting south : ARCHITECTURE Plans Specifications I MONEY TO LE-lD-On- good real estate Clair' leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. 9th ave and 10th St,. .; ....$900 i FOR SALE-17 lots north roairoaJ
m. daily.. Fare round trip 25 cents. Three houses, three:rooms each, 1
and details furnishe for or
modern
by 172 feet deep on East Government'street cot. security. or on good collateral: 1St. Good location for factory
,. ages $5,00.. Blue'Prints of fine dwellIng at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Special rates to parties. Pavilion house three rooms and hall,'one block lullding Bite. Also 8 lots across
overlooking Seville square<< ; drawn to suit the most fastidious. Fisher building. JUan phone' 659. C.; H. Burton, Manager. from car line,:North Davis St ..$3400. street East of Stoddart place. CheapI
Chas. W. Howe Bagdad Fla. mch4.1m* Two nice cottages: near' passenger sold at once. Jno H. Kohler, care

i'A and Adams street with open view of J':, ,It'itc 14marl2t MONEY LOANED,on all kinds of personal MATIl'RESSES.-Wholesale anjre- depot If taken.'quick,* ------$4200 Saunders Mill Co., phone 717.
''. '' 'property .on, short notice. 100 foot close in. 'water front lot mchZS.l

Pensacola bay $10,000 will buy, ;the ,.::: WANTED--Contributions for the Or,. Terms easy. J. W. Bollard upstair tail /manufacturers:moss .and E. and& C. dealers mattresses Incotton. quick sale.. ... .r' 44. .. .. $6000 w% 5-la

S property. :,:p .\ -i phans' Home. .Money clothes eat 28H South Palafox. St., Phone 1144. and\ betf springs. Second hand furniture Central located. business houses on FOIRSSTLFI.-A first class condition.nice fat Price donkey$Z*
6nor Palafox street.
S 5 s" ables etc, received. Notify :Mrs. Wm. S bout and >sold. Upholsteringand A 'fine Investment S S :25mca
Fisher Real Estate Agency
/Fisher, president, or Mrs. N. McK. repairing done. Old mattresses 40000. ..% S SS
ot to loan
UNLIMITED amount
Oertlng. secretary. 4mar money renovated; new ticks furnished if de FOB BENT FOR SALE.-Parlor and bedroom !set
S on aU kinds of personal property sired. '114 E. Belmont St. city. Three choice offices.fine' place, well chairs dresser, tables ice box, r1-
Special rates to business men on Jar,.
WANTED-The public to know that Phone T71. Davis Loan Co.
The New York .
S leans. 204M
-IJ do all kinds of repairingfloat
we can
South Palafox. vis, JJgr.- 812 North Hayne_ :s h. three rooms to, 517 E.' Zarragossa St. 25marl
building norse shoeing, etc. J. and hall.. .. .,. ., ,...... -
$700
cL ROPJCE has Just opened butcher p 'eo : ,*
A. V. CLUBBS.iff G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fe, a 814 North FOR SALE OR "RENT Two lighterE;
S I ,shop and grocery store corner Da Hayne St., three rooms n.
COURT HOUSE DY$ lNG. Pressing' LOST I YIs'pd 'Brainard Sts Your patronage and hall. .. ,. .. ,. ....... .$6.00 one with capacity for 75 thousand thousand ca
\ Store house, good stand' North lu r'the"other thirty
} and Cleaning Club 118 .N. Palafox solicited; Satisfaction gua'an-: Also tSO
fl4rSfi ;= = = = : .::. = := : :; : : : St. Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Yon*'pat- J.OST--SUver watch, open face, 16 teed: "'Phone 915. Imarlm Hayne St .. "*, ;.?, ...*... .:l.'lO.OO paclty. Rates reasonable 22 ft wn .

i: '. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- size. Reward for return to 209 E. WATTS AND skiff boats for sale.chesIp. wr'tJ. *-
teed. Careful attention given ladies' 21mar COLES Contractors 5 ft. beams., Telephone or :
Garden. "
: and:builders. Estimates on all kind! T. CRAWFORD Chaffin, & o." Milton. Fl a. 25mrFOR .
Phone 1222.
8feb
garments. of building and repair work. Satis .
Timber lands 'and t fiction guranteed. Phone 31 y/2 South Palafox Street. 'SALE Household goodS. ocaclothing I
SPECiALBARGAINSFOR WANTED.-Hauling : transfer 1208 office _ _____ ApplY
II work. Office phone 363; residence 203_N. Reus." 28feblm -.---o-= linen and dishes
25inrlin

:1 :J. & Tarragona pho&d 390. St Acosta & White, _22 2Sniar..23_N. Which Do You Like? CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. HOTELS.THE 531 Government St. SALE- oo4

Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng TYPEWRITER FOR
FEW .DAYS
fJ ; S : ONLY! SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT. a_specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. BROWN HOUSE" -:-Airy room, !second hand Rem-' ho.. In excellent.

i1i $1200,000. deals and up; also farms EQ-Hishest price paid for gent's Native or Western Beef ? 27fab good beds. Fr.. baths and sample condition. $35. 20marlQ.FOR

3. ,. i and city property for ipvestment, or clothing only. Sell second hand goods I room. $2 'per' day. Special attentionto -

tt1 saw'mill and turpentine locations, vlrg'n Lots 11 to 15, block 97, Dress suits for rent 9 E Intendenc'. JUST RECEIVED 35 DOZEN iFRE&H FOR RENTFOR traveling men J. R, Brown ProP.. SIALE-F.reight'and passenger'
DeFnniak Springs, Fla 13marlm boat 25 h. "Murry"f":
l pine, timber, cypress, hardwoods, I Belmont numbering.: ....$650 WANTED.-All kinds 'ot< electrical GOPHERS. FINE, FAT.Cudahy's CTrtha;, two gas engines p. : lerfgth) 66

1'-. stock farms etc. Saw mill and tur.Lh.a' work. I sell all kinds electrical (C) Hams and RENT-After April 1. two six- CENTRAL HOTEL--CHIPLEY-Op. beam 18; draught ft; launched' November

pentine land & specialty. Call on us Two lots ,N., Barcclona batteries and other electdca1.uppUea.When Diamond Armour's Gold room cottages on north hill ApplyB. depot Large: and weU lighted I i 1905.. Powerful tow boat. Tonnage

or*address Box 115, DeFunlak Springs you need me ring ,Its or 955. Breakfast Bacon. ,or 'F. Wolfe at Citizens National rooms. Free sample room. Meals at I 42. Delivered anywhere 11
between Band.
J1. Gregory and B. W. Peake. new Star 1.aun4t'7"'bufld.: mch25-lw all hoars. ,Special attention to traveling Write J. ?tLI
state. Price 5750.
suitOr Bank. i .
Fit/ We slice them both to
Wright .... .........""",.,51500 .Inc E. Garden. : ,, ISdea maybe. you like Mutton ,or: men. f tQOper*> day. J. ii. Tug. I Rowley, Miami. Fla. %Omar1t.I
A. R. BINGHAM his storage room for gle. Prop. _. 13marlm if
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A.'frED.-Real Estate for gale or Pork. I have them. i suitable for furniture other -' FOR SALE-40 acre farm, 10 'acres
III Your business Finest line of cakes in the city. rent or CHIPLEY HOTBLr-Cari Setterlnd.1 I Chlpl on E.
rent leas-e or exchange. 104 and 106 South Tarragon pecans; 2mIIes south of y
j goods
TURNER &AYMARD Leslie E Brooks respectfully IOU cIted.. J. A. Wil Staple and Fancy Groceries. St., Phone, 630 IOnoy"uslne..Opport.unlfy Prop.' Special attention commer. C. & St., A. R. R.: also 120 acres .,
son. Real Estate Agent 2Jtf W. Government Still 20 pounds of Standard Granu-- cial travelers.;, Fre(sample and bath acres Improved. 2% miles from town.
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; : Real Estate and street Room 1,. Salisbury lated Sugar for $1.00. ,, rooms. Lrj9 1'. 91111' ,.wIth' good beds. Address J. B. Hogeboom, Aycock. FJ*

t building. Phone 172. 23jan All other prices In proportion. $2 per dare, .: .; ISmarln. Smarlm .
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1li Abstract Company, Fisher ,Building. WANTED-We want' your 'orderfo, the .$5000' .buys an established business on BAY HITopi*,Alght. and day ON- THE HIGir LAND-East JIm ele*;
front
f 't Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec- 1907 Art Caleridars,". Ortr: 300 original Moyer, on Square, Palafox street. Good'local as' well European plan Rooax light and tile car line, sx lots 100 ''ft.

cialty.P. I designs to select" from. All as out of ,town trade. Owner leaving deaL Transient !trade .. 'solicited. by 137% deep corners $700, InsIW

Read The 'Journal's Want Columns' prices. Mayes Printing,Co.,',Pensacola. Corner Government and Alcanlz. the-city. See J. W; Coons. at Pen- 575-579 S. Palafox.;:: J&a. ,S.. Nicola; lots $600. There are no better btU

\ 0. Box II5 I BsFnlak Spring F12r141. todajv, I. I :, :'. 16t 1. 5, Phone 718. sacoia, Investment Co. 23marlw Prop. ;: ';' ii10.:1' lions than these lots. A. V. CluWPAGE *
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For Sale HACK ,NO ,.16. MARKETS I VI" .. ... ..-. 'I.

---- Ready at all,liours tor"answer calls fl.Kiu.gmkx # I o1djoe "s,
pnw c\.LTen new and second to' any part of city. First class la r ft
office safes different AUSLIY1
hand

!8!;!rt" >id beSt Moreno makes,, office at bargain East Govern-prices. every and polite respect drivers..Fast' .and Phone gentle No horses 185., PREPAID EXPRESS Naval Stores. ,I whiskeyIholditup j 6 COMPANY,1I f

dt George K. Faulk.Pcnsacola -trouble
6car,' & 24mar Owing to some with the f
tenjjjthE8O wires the telegraphic report of the !

} ) acres good land three Savannah naval\ stores market was !' COMMISSION! BROKERS |

mies south of Chipley. Twenty ,St. Andrews and not received last nfght as usual. fotheligh : I
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cultivation .and pure spring
"5e", r."ill nj sell for cash or on ime. fivlf. Steamship CoSTEAMER' 11QTSrioo | II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. 2i :
Hogeboom. Chipley, Fla. AUSLEY &CO.'S REPORTS -: :
A. its purity .
.ppt.' $ .
TARPONW. $'ASO Cotton Market.
Liverpool
::Sfi'b. Q. 3ARRO Wr Master, \ ,C1 shines i: Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. |!
-ro S LD OR RENT New six room FIRST-CLASS PASSE. GER. AND : Jan.,Feb...........:.................. M1'eb..Har. i ,. i"i
East Hill in excellent lo.cattOfl .5.88 .
*OUBon FREIGHT SERVICEUetwvsn } through.
oa t* large lots; WocJc and a :Mr-AprU...6.89April | !
from far line, cement basement PENSACOLA. .M r.,.-.5.WlUyJuna test it all i COnON.STOCKS.GRAlN.PROVISIONSandBONDS
hail! MOBILE. APALACHU by
.......
'I:11"gc airy rooms shower COLA. S ____ : 6.93
CARRABELLE. i
ST.
bcne3h. connections. For AN JoneJftlr ..........591 -
sewer _
b ii nd address. House care Jour- CREWS MILLVlLLE. July-Angus .... .95 means. i Bought and Sold on.Margin or Jor Investment. *
:rtcl1l:1'S: And all point on St. Andrews Bay
.
.
p AugsitSpembr..i'.5.92SeptemberOeLober note the flavor '. S
na1. _ _ _17ma_ Carrabelle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE ._..!...-.. ......... 5.73 Reference First Nitlooit and '> Baoks. Phone 1173
LE-NIce. clean old newspapers S., UctoberNoTembmr.I.. ....*_6,63 the bouquet i : Peop s i.
FOR Lean Feneacola liUDda: ,. 3:30 ..... .
at ave cents a bundle. This of. m. for Mobile Alt p; November-December nrj.'..-....5.6: ....567DecemberJan ?. the lingering ............. .......................................

tee. Leave Penucola. Taesda,. 8:30 p. CHAS. BLUM &CO Ltrnrpool Spots,!OS.* -;
roil &\U-Iy home corner 10 ave. m.., fOJ St. Andrews. MlllrlUe, Apalachlcola. satisfactionthat '

ana *rvantes St. This is a bar. ., Carrabelle and. _intpnnediatl. 517. AND 519 WEST: BAY ST.. New York Cotton Market. comes from only a high
if old soon. A. C. Binkley. points. >' .- I JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
gain Open High Low Close
additional Information gr.ade.a.r 1e.
For apply 1 1 !
1 tear J. J*. SAUNDRRS. January. 10.50. ;io.aa &t 5 lOon MONEY GROWS
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-convenient
-- ----- --- full measure package
Farm of 40 acres underfeme 'I ,
lolL SM.E- B. R. COBB.. President. HareJi.'TJllt..lIU9 with improvements part in Gen. Frt. and Pass. AftPeniacoU. Professional! MaT 11.11 tin: iuo mi price-sOtd everywhere
Directory
cultivation ('tsh or time $600.00 ApD Fl.. July J118 1120 11.10 niO .
"b & b" atlanta S .
Pt>ble). 23marlw August 11.C3 11.03 10 96 Ha "
. D: to Thos THOS. October............10.W M.50 1040 10.40 .
}'Olt:1; : and gentle horse PEBLEY, December........10,50' IWii 10.13 104JJNew I RAPIDLY
suitable for family use: also set of York Spot. 11.70.
|
new Harness Apply S10 E. Gadsdenst. ARE YOU READY ? LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND New Orlean Spot lljf 1 -'--

; 22marlw* COLLECTIONS, Wheat' I McMillan S '. *
Bros. Co.
'as soOn
Open'High Low doesMey as :one acquires the. saving' .
FOR &.VLE-ESS3 from standard. bred Those.-cheap' rates expire April 7Ui .. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. -.-78K: *:8J1 77 77? habit. There'sno. better to. -
prizr winning Barred Rocks.*fifteen to California and. the :Northwest PHONE S5J.LG.YATESMD. 1u1J''i % 'ias i7t, V7 way provide
1150; fiftv $3. Also Ohio improved : S Corn. for: :your financial independence,
Chester White Pigs pedigreed. Mrs. Each first and third. Tuesday tick' S ,. '. .
; Opea -High 1 Low CloseW4 own and family's future than
i.izzie B Hughes. Chipley, Fla. ets are almost given away to Texas; JdaT............ .j4 43:% 433;; your your ,

:2marlm* .* Oklahoma. and.. that' section. : al7__.. ........ .ff; 44- 43' t
-' .. .. New York Stock Market BY THE SAVING HABITBegin

FOR S.\LE-2000 stocks green sugarcane First. class round trip,convention ", S Open Clo.e t
.150 hundred. Can be used ......,. !.
at $ per rates to California in May and OPTICIAN .Southern Pacific C7Jg .
for seed or chewing. D. M. Mefritt, ;-.- July. tt Copper............... ...,._l0d4! 108" MOBILE.: ALABAMA. rnow with a dollar, if you like,
Olive Fla. 21mrlwg Through- 306 THIESEH; BUILD/JVC A. 8R....... lass lAtch. !% and add it the small which
Pullman Tourist Carfr&u to change
; ., ,....._...... 35i 94 --
C BROWN ISGHORNS-Kulp- Washington EL C.. to San Francisco A.R.. iR.RT. >{ JSP},. you daily thoughtlessly spend.
via Atlanta Montgomery Mobile
Strains record 240 per ; and 83'
Hughes ; egg 84
The farmer's and fanciers New Orleans and Southern Pacific B.&: 0 ........................lI0 1l1Erio. Morris Daiinheisser We add four per cent interest compounded -

pullet. Eggs for hatching. An all (Sunset Route. ), and from St. Louis, Political. Announ ements.'F ........................... 43H I semi-annually.
chicken. Prices Pen No. via. Wabash :.and Union! Pacific and 0.1'.I ........................ 62% 64 (Formerly pf Dannheisser Bros.) .
fertile guarantee. and 5 : for' 15. Kansas City. I I .. 'Tax U.8........................... 4)3.).. 4o Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin
Nos. 2 $1.50 Collector.
1, J2. pens
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I
U.8.. preferred.......... 105}$ 1)6l/() Wines Beer ana Tobacco.
Sunn)'side Poultry Farm DeFuniak I hereby announce myself a candidate .. ... ... ".
We have the best service to China R.S. : ...... ....:. \.... 29 II
Springs, Fla. References-anyone In for re-election to the office of I 1..& N........................ iso JW .
ISmarlm Japan and Hawaiian Jslands. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
the city. Tax Collector for Escambia county ; ..:. u 81 tf 816
No trouble to answer questions.
at the KP..... .. '
store and resl primary to be held on May 15 9S 5& 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
SALE-Grocery
FOR 1906. I solicit your vote.Respectfully v.cl-:: .:.. No Sale
deuce combined including stock J. F. VAN RENSSELAER, .' CaD.Pac........... 172 17214W.Y.O PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. PENSACOLA. FLA.
fixtures, etc; nice home good water, G. W. EL V,T. P. A. General Agt. i J. S. ROBERTS.For .*.'.....:..:::. 143 145
one whole block under fence. Cash 124 Peachtrea St.Atlanta. I P.O .......................... 954 95% -- W.H.KNOWLXS,Pros. W.K.HTBK.JR.,V.-Pres. and C. shier.
Maxwell and 6th ............... ....... T.W.fiaurr and w.N.ROBERTS Asst.Cashier
only. Corner ave Ca.I R'D'G .! : 132 '1' lss.8LP % DIBBCTOBS-F. C. Brent. W,, JU Bloont. W. H. Knowles. W. K. 1yer.r
Mrs Z. P. Ryan. P. O. Box 614. I II Representative. .............:..:....., ... n4 ,176i Florida and AlabamaC'OMPANY' D..O. Brent. **
=
II
ISmarlm:: I I "I am a candidate for member of the B.1 ...................op,..._.. toS.R..1. .2G t
House' of< 1.- .:. .. 40 40J. LAND
'STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE Representatives from PScambfa ;....... .
SALE-Four room house with T.O.L. -. ..,.k... 144 148
FOR II County. subject to the, Democratic
bath at Goulding, with two_ lots. .STEAMER. CAPT. FRITZ. J. M.Ro'gers Primary. I earnestly sohictthe Peon*. '1".,. I379i 138C. I Manufacturers of -
.P.. ....... .. 132%, 153% Oa. .5BO3.C :
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P. O. Box master. :Passengers anu ? -:-2 and Dealers In
Apply to L. :M. Davis. 633. support of the .voters of the coun
City. lOmarlm Freight .service between.' Pensacolaand ty. ..- S JERRYijJ. SULLIVAN' JR. -10-4 LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. .W.UIIAR. frelllnL. JOHN PFEIf FEB. Assistant Ceahisa
Freeport Fla. ,At Baylen street Ausley &.-Co?*.Daily Cotton_ Letter. GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.SHIPPING" U. C.CLABK: VIoe.PssMeet.. \VAED-TO loan money on your wharf Wednesdays. : Tourists and I I
watches jewelry and personal ef. others desiring to see places of interest I 'For County Treasurer. ,,New Yprt ..Mar.1'be English

fects. Highest cash price for old gold Choctawhatchie, Bay .and ..Santa 'PwllI be candidate in the democratic markets..were due from 4tQ- points THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
higher ,to meet the advance
this .
morning
and *Uv r. Lightman & Klein 106 E. Rosa Sound should make "1b:1i' trIp. primary of May 15 for re-nomi ,
this-side iast but
on Saturday
wrlght. Phone 1127. ,Special rates for parties" ten or nation to the office county treasurer NEWS ..' PEivICDL.F&L.
: for some r a nth'4 other tny came
more. For, ratS pr .other Informa-, ; The'support of all democrats1 will ': "
}'\LE-lmproved and unimproved board pracfically1. Sinctfafifed: spots being DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
apply on 'or a dresf'P.: O.! be appreciated.
property in all parts of the'city.J tion quoted at 6.05 on'ajles of,'14.000 bales.

A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents Box, S :' 692. Pensa.__ Ql4._' 1, Fla ..,......"'?v ',-Ita I I, J. ED. WIL'IA-\IS.. The market. Just: at present is depending S CAPITAL STOCK,.JZM.OOfl. SURPLUS $69, (OO.D .
---- ------ Arrived-
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone upon two factors for.itsmovemente S
172. 3janAUTOMOBILES. .elthef.of.,which having-a material Emelia, Aust ss, aireslich 2321 : ftECTORSo"enr

I iouisviiiii:: NASHVILLE RAILROAD. COMPANY e4 ct. upon values One>of.. these: Trieste.. S )' L. Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner.
I Sailed.,
am agent for the Price
(Mr.-- ) .ha.d-1.* bull side perfect J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8. Rosasco.T. C. W. Limar
Pope Mfg. Co.and caa sell you autos :ThfOUg"-" and iocaI 1 TimeTables Between Ponsacoll and Points North; confidence in hia bullish expressions,I Miguel de Larrinaga for Venice. Bryan Dunwody F. McGourln, .J. R. 8.unders,
from $500.00 up. They cost less than would of Maria,. Aust ss. for Amsterdam. .
READ DOWN READ up: undoubtedly,bring on one A. M. Avery W. Milton. 0. E. Maura,
horses to keep up. They can be ,run Trains NbS. Trains No& the' old fashioned bull movementsand VESSELS IK :'CRT.Steamship. W. L.C wtbon, f Dr. W. J. hannah Mk.t in sand or anywhere a horse can go. 2 '4---' '\ 8. 1 the top would be hard to forecast Alex tdcGow n. C. M. CovInSton, M. E. Cler"1' "-.
Leslie E. Brooks. but'we are inenned'to think :the aver- L .
1l:05pm Lv.. .., ..P.ensacoJa.. .. ... 6:00a 4:00pm age professional will hesitate' about August Belmont Br as. Clarke Accounts off Banks" Individuals, Corporatlonsand. Firms Solicited.Fouf .
FOR SALF.Iy property, 41C E. Bra- 6:30am l1ssam'l: ( Ar.. ...Montgomery.. ... .Ar.1 9:35pm I ;U15am. loading up very heavily in the fear 2967. Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. .
inard St. consisting of four lots 40 1l:45am j .Ar.-. .. .BIrmngham .. .. 4:20pm: 8:33am that the New Yorker might take a notion Dordrecht Dutch ss, Teensma 1920 par cent Interest Paid: on Tim Dcpoaits.

x50 feet; a two story dwelling containing 7:25pm .Ar.,. .. ..Nashville. .. .. 8:45am 2:25am' to unload and tell him a'bout it! FunchaL _

6 rooms, hall ways bath room 8:00pm: ,3:31am: ,Lv.. ,u .Nasllville..Ar. 8:17am 2O5axn; afterwards, The othsr is..the prevailIng \ -: Dorothy.. Br ss, Whyte 1546 Mobile i -. I

closets and pantry. On car line;' will 1:25am 8:15am Ar.. .. .Evansville.. .. ..Lv. 3:00am: I :20PII\ weather conditions throughoutthe lolanthe Br SS. Hodgson 1943, St.. ........ .
..........ii..i............... .. ....
sell entire for .At... .. ..St. Louis..Lv. Vincent to Gulf Transit Co.
property $3000.00.IA E. 7:40am ,2:10pm 8:45pm L 3:30pm'. cotton belt. The cold weather of t J. S. REESE: PrMldnt E. W. ME>fEFES. CashIer. \ \'
Reese. 22teb 7:50pm ,3:2lim -Lv.. ... ..Nasaville .. .. ..Ar. 8:21a 215am the past few days' undoubtedly did Irene Swed ss, 1070 Rio Janeiro i R. M. CART. VicePresident.Tl1PEOPL'S'BANKOIPNSACOLI.' < >
%:Ham I 8:30amr... .. ..LouisviTle .. .. ..Lv. 2:45am I 9:30p considerable harm to the crop in NUb, 'Br ss, Gilchrist, 1459, St VIne '
JUST RECEIVEI> Large snipment 1:2aam 12:01n'n: I .Ar. ..Clnclnnatl. .. ..Lv. 11:00pm 6:00pm: south. Texas as all reports show but cent to Toe: W. S.- Keyser Co. I %. : !
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, there Is of time to all 6enator (Hblleseen, Ger ss, Lange
plenty replant
gallon!; or larger quantity. G. Morasso 1232, Cardiff. 4 Dlrectors-L J..Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Gary, i iY.
Mobile and New Orleans. of this and the freeze undoubtedly i
L Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 701 Between Pensacola, lessened the chances of' damage from Spenny-moor Br. ES, Nairn 1722 J' \ A. D'Al mberte, T..A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton.
South Palafox. 4oCt. 6&.7 II 2&3'! '4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&6'7OOamllOSpm Huelva. ;> TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
the :Mexican boll weevil which is prevalent
RESPEOTTULLTt SOLICITED.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS
FOR- SALE- --- Registered I I Berkshire and : 1155amlLV l ..Pensacola... ...A .J 5:00amoOPrii6:3'Opm: In that section and which practically Chip :.............+...... .............. .. .. ..! .......?...,
.
Yorkshire Pigs 10:45am 2:55am: '4l2pmAr ,MobUe ..L.12:0am11:59am] 2:35pm put a large portion the farm. Orpheus, Aust.ship Medanic.TrIes' .
also fullblooj game; pedigrees chickens furnished'and ; 6:00pm 7:15am :15pm Ar.. New Orleans. Lvt 8:15pm ......_ 9:25am: ers out of business in past seasons. te. r

ill at reasonable prices. Dr. J eggs.. S. Flomaton..p'ensacola, River Junction and Jacks'onvilio. Still too 'low:should for sometime the temperature, thus causingthe remain Barxa. L HILTO ougs:;.PaSiman. r.E WCLL'SS. VIO ,-PBISID."I.MA.N8F1ELD .
McGeachey, Chipley Fla. '5marlm Anna M. Ital bk. Alcese, 868. Havana. :! MORENO.JUsr'.CASHnra
21 '5 I 1 1 1,3 1 TraIns do not stop at stations 2. 1 4 I I 22DaUylDailyDallyjDally seed to rot in the ground retarding B.M.5U5H1rIAI.aUIa&

FOR s..u -Dealltiful block In New \ J where no time Is shown \ Dai1yIIDa.11yj"DaUylbaUy. germination and necessitating an GurU- Raa bk, Blomberg. 702 Bar- Citizens National Bankof

City. Tract No. 312. For cash () ::.-;. : 2:3012:50t.Lv.. ...F1omaton.. .Ar. 1245Tj5 8:25 ..... undeniably late croP. it would start baotoea to'.Pensacola Lumber Co. Pens coU, Florid

Apply to A. M. McMllla; Court HoWlaug .:.:S. _5:00 2:35 ..' .. ..Ceutury .. .... .. 12:40 1n: 8:21..... the heavy short,interest now existingto Pedro !.aca ve. Span. bk, Marlstang, DIRECWR.Gee. & :;.

__ .::... 5:07: %:41 '3oL.: .. ..Bluff.Springs ... .. *1:33 1:15 8:15.1.. covering in a hurry and prices 509 'Savannah to Rlx M. Robinson. W.Wright. t. Bear.S T.S.'Welle Btx M.Robinson. Jj. Hilton Grew.
FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham .... 6:17 *2:51: .. ... .. ..McDavId." .h....12:22 1:05 8:06.... would go much higher for while it is Precursore, Ital bk. Schlafflno 1508 Morris
good team of mules for haa a .... 5:30 .3:04: *3:36.. .. ..PlneBarren..12:08 .12:52 7t.55..;.. true that the, spinner has 'very nearly Genoa to Rosasco Bros. 4 CCJVCRAL BAHKING BUSINfSS JRHHSHCTID

teem on hig! new float. sale. See ..... 5:39 3:13 .3:50.: .. .. ...Molino.. .. ... .11: 9 12:43 71...... enough supplies to carry him until October Scillm Ital bk, Zsno 1220 Southampton .
feb28 ... .. *5:43 .....4:04.. h ...QuIntette... .. .. .11D1 12:34 .'Z:39 ..... 1, he must begin at least as early to Rosasco Bros. : .
FOR S.LE.oI Jy 4 young Boat pig: .. ... *5:53.*3:26 (:11.1 ..' ..Cottae lUll ... ..11:44 .12:29 .1:34 .... as that' to replenish his stocks and: Starthem, Br bk, Maitland 1272

sIred ubr Duke Of FlorIda 68923 out ..... .5:57: 3:29 *415.. .. ...Cantonment ... .. *11:40 12:26 7:31 ... anything' looking towards no supplies Antwerp.' .",., '
of Orphan Lee. of ....Gonzalez.. .. .. / until then would cause him to get Into R 11I.17.-' J... ."....,.
BaltImore .43. .11:35.12:21. .7:26..... Schooners *
VB 58544. ..... .6:01.3:3.: : : ,.,... ,-.ca.'lt.. 11 '-'""" .. ..
guaranteed with registrations and .... *6:03 *3:36: .45.: ... ...Roberts.. .. ....*11:33.12:19 *1:24..,.. the'market in a hurry for' the. remnant Lizzie E. DemlBon, Am sch. Peck WbO1U.1 and B.UU>>..I.r ia
Pedegrees. Carl Setterlind. Chipley .... *6:15 *%:45 *440 .. .. .... ...Ollve.. ," .... *112 *1.2:09 *7t15 ...... of. the present crop. 452, to master.
Fla. 26nov.THROUGH .. .6:21 .3:51 4:48 "J' .. ... ..Brent.. .. .. ... 11:1S .12:04.7-09..... Dor,JLhe other hand :a few weeks of Horatio L. Baker. Am sen, Mohr. SteamDomcsticAflthraCitC COAL I

:::: '.25.3:5' .":52..; ... ....Goulding .. .. ...*11:1112:01 7:05... Ideal 'weather would Increase the 720: Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. and Blacksmith

:::.: 6:30: 4:00 5:0Q: r... .:p ns.lcola.- Lv. 11:05 11:55 7:00 ..:: moveinent of the cotton that ,Is being Tb s.r S. Dennlson Am sch. Wade, Offiee'N6 43 South Falatoz street. Telephone 93. '
held cause the spinner to draw backin
No 21 .., -' -S. J } o.221 I shell 1329. Baltimore to order. Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez street. Phones % and US
I. his and prices;must necessarily _
Barkentines.
I I _
PCt I .1 fA.M ; li-- -
5:00.... .... .1:00 Lv.. ..Pensacola ......Ar 10.50........ ::111:15 sag lower. On the one side you Beatrice' ,- 'Am bktn. Casaveggfo, 1430

i 5:20.: ... ..... 1:13.. .. ....Bohemia.. .. .... ..... ...... '10:55 r have uncertainties both of. Mr,, Price and Rctterdam: to Pensacola Lumber Co. -.-
about
.. .. ....Gull Point.11:33.......* I Providence equal, on the
p 5:2: % .. 7:15. 10,153
,. 5:25..._... ,..,. .. ,. j... '.. .. ..Ynle3tra.. .. .... ......... "., *10:50: I other you have'practIcally the same The Original. Order -ro rICE
: T 5:9..... .. .:7:18.: .- .. ....Escambla.. .. .....;10:28.: ........ 10.7 thID'gso? : there you are, you pay you Foley & Co., 'Chicago originated and WOOD

\ !v' J :fI4iL1N: S 5:40... ... 7:2i) .. .. .. ...Mulat..' .. .:.. .. .10:19........' -\0:36: moueyand take our choice. Hotkey and Tar as a throat and lungrerned'i ,. COAL :

5:45... ......... .. .. .. ...llarp.., '.. '.. ... .......... ..-. .103; % I We. consider the market a purchasson and. on account. of the great t'.r.2D. th.ei

..5:57.. ....... 7:35.. .. .. .Galt City.. .. ..... ..... .... ;.. *10:21: Il an but good break,think from It the present ia rit' and popularity of Foley's i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company
rather be
: .. .. .... .1111ton.. .., ..... 10:05: .... ... 10:14 Iftvel will somewhat Honey and Tar many Imitations are -
it S 6:03..7:3. ; .. .. ..Good Range .. .. ......... ..... .. ':43 of a scalping'a1r lr for sometime offered for the genuine. These worth' Office-Corner Caage and :T rraron&. Phone 259
( k .. ...... .... .. I doing much as the vagaries of ,
S 7:03.. .. .... : .. ...Holts. .... 9l5a Icsg imitations have similar sounding
.
1:26......... -8:30'-. ,....l\lilIli'an.. .. .. .. 9:12.: ... ... 8:52 Puce: and the weather the suggests.exceptionally names. Beware of, them. The genuine -----------. -- 5i
for
Were It not' -
7:40........-, 8:38.. ... .. ..Crestview. ".. -:. ... 9:04.... ... 8:38 'Foley's Honey and.Tar is in a yellow S
p I1J'Jttt1S : 8O9: .... ..;. 8:56: .\ '.) ',.. .Deer Ltnd.. .... .. ........... ::: 8:03 heayY short months interest existing In the package. Ask for it and refuse '
should
winter we consider
-S33 .... ....t"9I( ... ..1\IossyJlood.. ..' .8:33.. .:. 7:40 any substitute. It is the best remedy '
9-:16.........' .93'5.: ,Dc-Funlak.Sprlngs.. ..... 8n..... 6:51 them a splendid-sale but until something for cough and .colds W. A. D'AIemterte AFTER THE WEDDING '

t':30 .:. ..... ..9;." .. "_ .. ..Arg'Je s .. ........ .7:4t...... !.JS4 occurs to eliminate this factor druggist and apothecary. "
'
wewould advise conservatism In that the question "where will we live? Now, that
comes. you
9:52.......:.. .-9l57 ... .-. Ponce Dalieon.. .. '.. .7:29.. ... '6:20 : '
taken
.. .. dirsctlon. have the. step where will you live? Will It be with
_______________ 10:12//.... 10:10 ., ..."estvllle. .. 7:17..... 6:00 of mother-In-law? We warn 1011.111 it b.. to rent rooms
.. .. One-half pound ;
..
.. .. 10:15 ;. .. .. .Caryvllle. 7:12.. 5: %
p .... 10'3(0 .. ....1)Onlfay.. .. ...... Chas. Drake;a mail carrier at Chap. : .OYA-MA TEAwill and live in the same house with your landlord We warn
1 .... 1:47( ...r... ....Chlpley.. .. .. .. Icville' Conn., says:. "Chamberlain's yon again.: Don't do either-buy lumber from #s and
make 'the same quantity ason buUd! house. Do It for lumber and other building.
10:45. a
now
...... .: 10; 8 .... ..: ..Aycock.. ...- .. ... Pain Balm lathe. champion of all' licimsnts. counrf.of the cheap kind. material.-will: never be so cheap again.

." : -11.:01.., h ...Cottondale.. .. ... Tha past year I was troubled .QUALITY COUNTS. . '" ...
SERVICE .. ... : ... .... ,.. larlanna.. .. .. ... .6:55..5:4. .. 4 great deal with rheumatism In .my ,

VIA> .. .. 111.45 .., .. .. ..Cypress.. .. ....... : : shoulder. After trying several cures NOTICE. Saunders Mill Company :
.. CREW
L & N. '12:10..... ; .. ... .,Grand RIdge.. ," .. : the 'storekeeper here recommended ,
-:. E. & T. H. and C. & E. I I. I ....... i2o2'p() .. .. ..8neads. ...... ., : : this remdy'and it completely cured Neither consignees the captain of, own.the Phone -f17.. 21 East Garden Street

2 ifiilbu'ed NASHVILLE! Through Trains Dally 2 .:.... ". 13ul. ..River Junction .. .. me." There Is,no use of anyone suffering a ers nor August Belmont willb 1'

ROUGH SLEEPERS TO_CHICAGO 10:501.,......,.('i.Ol. .. .Jacksonville.. .. Lv J 9:05t.. 4:00 .fronithat'painful ailment when Br., responsible sa for debts .- :
DAY COACHES '*' be -
emmn NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO AM I 1. )I'I. --I-A II r .f.fI .jPMS small! liniment sum. One can application obtained for gives a contracted. by:, the crew -of :_ _- -- 5-. .

n-T CARS IUvatQ; A" MEALS CM MOUrC I Trains aStd.22 aDd,trains 2 and'3,carry through sleeping car between sat&" Tesselr. ,- :
jU and its continued fora
.. prompt relief use
IL"1U-AN.a.P.A.a"'UC, S.L ROQElS-ou.a..41c.TN'L.Alto I I I Pensacola ,nd 'JacksoJJrtlle River Junctlon-and Seaboard AIr Une.. !short: time will produce a permanent 4 J. C. CLAHKE.' Captain. .Subs ribtffor: The Journal l:

Trains stop.on aipal.: -: -.1 1 cure. For sale by all druggists. GULF :TRANSIT CO. Consignees.

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.( THE PEN8ACO 1 JOURNAL. TUESDAY MO'R N I NO. W A RCH '27 1906 -. .
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( Boys'Clothing 1 1S Ii ill ESTATE E.Reese L.. REESE. & Mendel f -.j; MEtfDEL l, .G'I N C GlES.L.E HREn.F 0 Largest" inCorrectly' -tkcM1 t :: : J. : ,


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T IITS' :
: The Bome, ; descriS.fie4beuserBuschBrewery
i OY OUARD OF.
: TRANSfERSI Covers' l acres---equal to 70
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tdm g I city blocks. Storing .capacity ,600,000

Mders4l Employ,'inpre-thaji 6 000 people.
barrels. = ,
is a list.of the deeds! recorded WORkS[ '. .
21tt1r yesterday .reported by the ;... .. .' I f"c. 4 e, .. 1 t., 4 .
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: To be satisfactory must Pensacola Abstract Co; : Sales for 1903.

jt1 : T. ,C. Lutz;;_Edward ,Lutz. LawrenceLutz. '/o' I'. : /,.
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Continued Page
First
-};( tt strength and durability; John Lutz iAnna Fontana and # from
husband( 'Jacob Fontana and Theresa :l' the return of '}fr. Gingles the latter, Is

to be popular it must Lutz to Margtret Christensen.. that had reported to him for duty, but that, : 1,4O3,71arr

tract of ln"d'situated in the SW% of ( he told him he 'Would'have to wait as
have style to be com ., .,
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NE% Sec. ,% ,T. 1 N. R. 31 W.. commencing (1 Me the board had placed another man. In : .'<\'. \;

i'49 fortable must fit well 30,fL,So and 60 ft. E. of the his !)lace. C \f.i\ipipki* ". ..
SE corner of; the McRae Tract thenceS. Mr. Gingles testified.that' he reported -: -/0, \ ;. !' .

13 rods.1 thence'E. 1%% rods thenceN. to Mr. Turner. who was then chair., '.J;. "t.J....- :J. (. .,. _
All 13 rods th nce'W.; 12% to point of lit' FineClothes.. man but was told that th3 matter in r
Seek exceeds thatofanybthez' Brewery
beginning, 1 acre. $1. would have to go before the board. which ,

'iDock Hannum( to. Wesley Hannum, The Third Charge. the world. fAnheuser"BUSChreW1fldASS'fl-;. ,/' '
commencing at the NW corner of the < The third charge- that of incom- \i. .. .: .. ;

S'E' % of the NW% .'Sec. 18, T. 1 N. R. petency by starting a-dra'n on Jeffer .
These Virtues :31V.., thence S. 28% rods thence, E. son street at the'north end instead ot ') ,
: a.J.SA.
28% rods, thence N. 28% rods thence the south end, ,so it would not fill' 4Li: ;! ,

W. 28% rods to the. place of beginning with watr.; and also in 'planning for :' .

|:* Hi '' at the "Old Reliable" 5 acres, JL improvements' upon .Palafox street ;> : .' : : '
New and tJ -to-dateln8: bt
1% Wm. IL Knowles. W. A. IXAlem- Spring was then considered. The saine plea : ,
you will not seek in vain. berte and JV. A. Fisher. executors ot.I and SummeY 'Suitings and Trouser. of not guilty was entered.:, A., MQOGrDistributorPensacoJa.. '
ings. :j? .
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toT.A.. God Assistant Superintendent Spotts- '
Wm. Fish r. deceased. : -- .
; ; for they exist in our boys Suits from $17.50 to :.
blockS' $50,00. wood was ? lhe flr6t witness. RegardIng : .' .
New
and :
win Iota A.. 5 In 129. I ,;. .. .:
Trousers ,
from $5.00 tfr$150':) >ff -
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the the drain the. :
nit; clothing in much greater City Tract, $250. 3s Join Urtln-g! of at :
Frank Benjamin to Mrs. Mary Ann our Gentlemen's SjlH' Ulua north end: he' testified thai, Mr. Glnr- .. Corked or Tit Cafftt
Costs only $r: 0 mont&'fforing >>:' -
proportion! than .usual. White W. 40 ft. of the E. 50 ft. of and per preS gles was nOt in office at that timebut :
.smal'repairs.! .
1 lots 28 and: 34. block 6, Old,City $1000 was elected about a month afterwards '
Buys Suits from $1.50 to and other considerations. Dyeing and Cleaning of men's. 'anClwomen'J when about two hundred feet of the I

Geoj: A. Peterson. Emma M. Thomp Clothes a specialty. ditch had been completed. He said ,

$10.00. son, Geo. S.. Thompson Anna Delony! I Give business.us a trial' W,'will app'rectat.your that the mayor and Mr. Turner Had .... "" ----- ------ =
David P. Deloay and Mary Pettersento started the ditch at the north end '
REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.. and that It' not until I i : J :'T"b'SOMETiNG- miI
O. L. Bass. lot 3 in block 0" Old I Ph ne 675. 11 N. Palafox St. was surveyed 'pmnzr gfrtomfTiKMWiailtimTufvtTmmfniTrnnTnirTTir-r --,- -, .
City $1000.; and other considerations. after Mr. Gingles took office.

The John White { O. H. 'Smith. Jr. to O. H. Smith I I _, 1II Ex-Superintendent Burns testified
lots 5 and 6; 'block, West King Tn... that the drain was started the morning NEW'

g1 6".cl.lla1 I","."'. W Stoe'l $1.0. H. Smith' to" 0. H Smith. Jr., lots I II H SA E LEAVES j I had after been he' was surveyed suspended and the and lines thatit '

i1tF 20 -207 S. Palafox 4 and 5, block Deeds 3. West March King 24. Tract $1.i given Carpenters by the'Sutherland city "engineer.and Roberta fri "SELF PAY;!!':: .I1'4SUR4NCE'! '

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41f Pitnnrt '252. Frank Marston.:and Ed Gale testified that they worked on the t -w.; Ii."! R
_ Quinai 1"E'i.::
Jj,4 drain and stat. ; 4c .
to' Ralph O, Cushman all of doing the boxing work, N
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5 and 6. block-106 New City100. '\' Special 'to The Jour'! I. ed that great trouble was encountered I" ; Fi
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IL. M. Davis to Willie Allen lot 23 Brent owing to the frequent caving in of -
L'iI Mar. 26.-Monday' was probably t .
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; and E. 5 ft. of-24. block 8, West Kin1.; the longest winded day of the the.earth and from th.ralny'weather'. : w "Iflsprano l H"P b ; ;

Tract. $75. season. We had a light shower in which prevailed at that time.
The Old Style! of John W. Bullock. Jr. to A, A. Fisher the morning from the southwest, ()l-- Mr. Turner' said that if he gave gl Protects both you and'famfiy, Oyer; $1. QQOQOOO'in1orce| .December. ,31. 1905.

an undivideded one-third interest .In lowed by cLearing sky. Tha wind orders for the drain to .start at the "" Ratiovof'Assets. to' Liabilities.. 1.21. P. ,
1 Handwork the N%. N% of SE% NDU of the S. hauled into the north afternoon; increasIng north end. he did .not remember It. .."'-. .
W and S% of Jhe SW% Sec: 16, T. in force through the, follow The first he knew of th work 'bein'g '

m* In the laundry business was 1 L S.,R. 31 W. 617 acres and known as ing night until it drove the mercury done was one morning 'when he saw I 1 The Fidelity Mutual Life :Insurance Company I to6C
4 ; good but far too expensive. The the Henrietta Springs property $1.00 close down to the freezing point by. the men engaged in working there.I I ,

.. machine work usually* gotten is and other considerations. Tuesday morning. : Mr. Gingles testified that wiien' he PHlCADEM: UIf i iJ
cheap: 4>ut hardly good. At the Thos. C. Watson; to Lavonia Ford The march wlD continued ,throughout assumed his OmCg. Jie found the drain 1 OF faon

rrf STAR LAUNDRY lots 22. 23. 24. 25. 26, 27 and E% of Tuesday subsiding at sunset fora completed about 200 or 250 feet. Much. CAHO A. REDDITT,, District: 'Manager, Chlpley, Fla. ti; diec
fe WE COMBINE! lot 28, block 118, East King Tract Belmont killing frost Wednesday! morning.! trouble was being: encountered by the J : .

The careful conscientious No., being west of Guillemard I saw a fljm of ice remain on' a firkinof I frequent rains and caving of the sidea Jt mBi __ -- eimi:
water until the 3 hours the worked. After fctta
1.t.34J "' work of the hand laundry with St.. $325. sun wa as men :
Fi4trc the moderate charges andprompt C. F. Giles to John bloom r
;1fl! .delivery'of the machine. 8, 13 and 14, block 104 New City Trt, another "black eye, The gen- change and placed the men at. workat "In' forchi1'dren : __
medicine
eral fruit byig'acbugh
crop is considerably dam the south where it
$1 and other considerations.D. end. or emptiesinto
Ti : .; We'll be glad to call for with
your
Hale Wilson to C. E. Merritt, an aged. Vegetables show many marksof the bay. He did not rememberthe never' be afraid to'buy Chamberlain's Occurrence'
t bundle. The Disastrous Tornado
; the wintry blight Cough Remedy. There is no of a
undivided % interest in and to lots 1 mayor .suggesting that this be
qi The Star Steam and 2, block 12, Dallas Tract $1. and Now Is the time to close in on the done, but remembered that he' told danger from It' and relief is always. eiJJ
to follow. It is especially valuable
other considerations. dangerous mosquitoes. The .weather the mayor-that the.ditch should have sure ''O'f' cyclone in any section must .naturally cause great ;
will soon be warm enough for Mss: for colds, croup' and whooping "ownej-s..
.ff.IIrU'JProp
been started from the south end. concern
L.
Brown Hale .
S. to D. Wilson lots 4.
-: Laundry. .Stegomyia to h looking around for North Palafox Street cough.. For:sale by all druggists. ... '. '' jLliitc
1. 2 and 3, block 271 New City Tract. '
stagnant water to start her "brooJ." : p : -,- wi Write Tornado Insurance
-,1 17 E-.zare.nst. Phon. 114. $100 and other' considerations. was then' taken up: J. E. Long, ex- ,
M; Pentacola. Fla. W. B. Runyan and C. R. Burgoyneto Let her smell -nothing Hat: kerosene street superintendent, testified" that' An :Apt n' tort s J>? .It. *. ItCh
_ _ within the conflnes-of Pensacola and 'Fools! sometimes: ask-questions that which i jr&ects'your property against damage by storm. ( ,
T'T I:' f F. B. Radcliffe. lots 3 to 6, 11 to 18. she will when he took ch t e. of- the work he '
soon take wings for parts un ; 'I'he'price is, but little above"nothing, tho there Is.much IT
remarkedthe ;
\vise cannot
men answer. .
Inclusive. and 25 and all i
lots 26. being found on North Palafox street two .
--- known or die of a ''broken heart. At "in the of his lec ..... ;; ,ptejltLon. 7 -'fl' Id
:: In block 118. East King Tract. East ofTarra&ona very small expense .the oil can be deals run along the-slde of the street professor course! '. .
street $770.A. conveniently handled now to make for a distance of 'about three blocks. ture. Insurance Gen 1 I ,

.. M. McMillan to Mrs. Emily C. all effective safeguard against tf",repetition -I He did not know wno'putthem there. "Then that explains why so. many of. : Knowles BrOs. A2t
Jt.k Wright. lots 20. 'i and 22, block 1, of the calamity of }905. I but supposed that'tthe Intehtion 'was us 'get' plucked In our-eanmin'ations' Fire, Life pcnsacoaI !

East Pensaeola'Clty Tract. Sec. 5 T. Let us hang''up the ditching tools to fill the:street upto'a' level with the said. the flippant student-Ilome Notes.

2 S. R. 29 W., $100' and other consid. now until the first autumnal frost, deals, which were som eight'or' ten .I .

erations. and\ wage .a war of extermination: inches above the ground] When ask- The Original Laxative'Cough SyrupIs -- ,. .
Laura T. Knowles to C. ed how'' much cinders it would- take ..
Emily foe.
Wright, lots 23, 24 and 25, block 1, I against I sometimes the fear'that 'man Is' under-, to fill in lithe street'as. Intended, he: It Kennedy's expels all; cold Laxative'Honey from the system and Tar by i..................................-.-..-................ :

East Pensacola City Tract. Sec. 5 T. tJ.kiDg'too much' for his uncounted replied that the-ilGoulding( factory' acting as & cathartic-,on the bowels. tot. : : 1\T.A.OOLA :

2 S. R. 29 W.. $100 and other consid millions-the severing of North an'a': could not, furnish *nough in. twenty.five Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar if IronWorks: Supply Co. I! .
erations. South America-the drainage of- the and
years. rj a certain, safe' and harmless cure lot I .
ItktLu Jennie C. Welch to A. M. McMillan Everglades-building a railroad to Carpenter Sutherland testified that colds X -
croup.and whooping cough. Manufacturers and Repairers Of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, 1
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lots 20, 21 and 22, block I, also lots Key West, etc., are undertakings akint the deals had been 'placed alongside > FORGINGS, 'MILL AMD. !'STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES.
STEAMSHIP
HP L i 16 and 17. block 54, East Pensacola: the building of the tower of the street by him 'Upon orders from : A
REPAIR5'APECIALTY.Prompt 'attentlon
,. '. 4 ,, City Tract Sec. (T, 2 So, R. 29 W, $1 Babel sun'was which God "vetoed" before the Mr. Gurgles and that they were Shifting a Harden. day 'or'tRll. ,Agents for. ,James McKay, ..& Co.'s given celebrated"to aU Log'and or ers, .
and other reached! .
.eratlons.
cons. placed according to the survey of the "Aren't yon the man I gave a pie to : TImber "DoP; also chains'' of all descriptions. Omce phone 123. Real- :
Louisa THOS. MCMILLAN.
Bolman to O. L
: Bass. lot 2, '
&t2 city engineer. the. other day?!;' dence phone,1029r P. 0.. Box ,123.. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .
considerations.block 0, Old City' $1000 and other Tills concluded Mrr Blount the Talks.testimony., .Yea lady." '.........,_._." ..._....._.,.. ".., ............ ...............H

I. "What did do:with.It?" .

Ii IirI'Pft .Mrs.P. Goodman Mary E. Go to dman Lizzie and and husbandJ. Jenni IF YOU'RE' TIRED He'Mr.said Blount at the then outset spoke that a he few was words.not "I gave It to yon'my. brother; he's"strong. .........'..' '...'.., ....(.........,.........................

Cook. E%. of Arpent lot 74, Old City. going to take up his! time, which was er than L'*-. ew" YorkPress.WORK .

n $4150.'Henry Yeager to ,Mrs. Blanch V. Anderson weak and run down or the. :blood is, matter valuable which in a lengthy had already argument been on cut a i| Saves Both! Gas and Eyes j I

S. 65 (t. Of E. 10 (t. of lot 6 impure there's nothing will do you so and dried. He said the board was \ WEAKENS I
and S. 65 ft. of W; 30"ft of lot 7. blk. much good this Spring as a few'I doses peculiarly constituted, in that it was I
1b 29. New City Tract,' $650. of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters., 'Thousands composed of, -instigator,prosecutor ._ 'In providing for the home or office, the strength and

Jas. C. Watson to :Mrs. Josephine use it exclusively with gratifying and judge.. Continuing he stated that I THE KIDNEYS ,character of. ,the light must be considered. :

\i Stearns, lots 11 and 12, block 117. results. Resolve today'to get a Mrl Gingles had done everything required -
| The: ..Wcisb h..11gr.Gtis: Arc and I Ij
New City Tract .$250. bottle of of him. He had reported to i i

: Leslie )t. .Stewart to Al G. Stewart the head of the board.. 'Mr. Turner Welfb eh 3OO-G. .
E S ) I lots 6 to \40 inclusive in block 96, Hosteller's and had later com'e' before the board DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS HAVE DONE" I j ; The *. Gas Arc \i ,

I.- .' lots 6 to' 15 inclusive in block 125. itself. GREAT" SERVICE FOR PEOPLE .$,\" .*r< a.tirtQinph in lighting purposes giving a clear brilliant *
'Belmont Numbering of {the East King Stomach Bitters R? arding.the -last charge that 'of WHO WORK, IN PENS COL- '.. J jnetUoft and. steady light and more nearly like day :
Trlct.-! West of the P. & A. R. R., and incontempency Mr.-Blount said that ." light 'of',any Jighling agency known. The 300 c. p. arc I
lots 1 to 3, inclusive 'block 133, Belmont and you maker the first- step' toward it: had been proven that Mr. G'n;les Most Pensacola people work everyday ,- 'coati'' n1'tbree', cents an hour to operate, while the sint

Numbering of the East King good health. It cures Qrlppe;Spring had only carried out the'orders given in some strained, unnatural posi- -&le ,arQ''costa' about ?0 per cent less to run than the open I
Tract east of the ft. R.. Sec.. 19. T. 2 Fever Impure Blood, &leejieMnes|, Indigestion him, and that if any'one was guilty tian -be41ing constantly over a desk J :: ..tip l ', :wl'an 'Increa'se light of about four fold. !
S. R. .30 'W'o HMO.; Dyspepsia, ,Coftlvenew;:Fe. it was' Mr. Turner. He stated that i .
Thq Maxent 'Land Co. to James M. male I Ills and Malaria,;fever' and. Ague these matters had been known by -riding. on jolting wagons or-'cars: -j I i A
laborious housework lifting,it
doing ;
Muldon. lots 1 to 5. inclusive. E. 25 ft. the board for months but nothing w sever Pej.col Gas t
back
of lot 18. all lets 19 to 16. inclusive reaching or'-pulling. or trying the Company \
said until now when-some frivolous
In-A hundred and one other ways.All i
;I I Ia block 190. Jaunt Tract also lots 1 to charges were brought He told these strains to weaken I'j fi Ph..148.- 24 and 27 ,
tend and
wear E;
Garden
Vel 1 5, Street. :
inclusive E. 25 ft. of lot 6 and E. 25
1906B. Marine Co. the board that it should have kcked!
Grocery until
Copyright injure the kidneys they fall be-
4jf .KuppMhlm: r i Co.,Chi.That's ft.lot of 18 tots,,}atE L \% and ,,13 E. 25 ft. of sooner. as it did not look good to wait bind.In their work of filtering the poi- I.... .. ... ... .......,.......................:
and lots 19 to 26 in block '
until tha members got into a political from blood. Doan's '
204.( Maxent Tract? also lots 1 604, 606 608, 610 ., Palat c St 10DII the Kidney '
Suit Inclusive, to 6, mix-up before taking steps. ''But, he Pills cure- sick kidneys, put n..-I i :;: : :
a and 23 to 26
Nobby Inclusive
in said he knew the board was goln'g to strength Inbad backs. Pensacola. ..
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Phone 725 t!
block % ,
11, Maxent Tract $1000.A .
vote Gingles out of office. ;
it,
cures prove
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'Iti1i.f 4 ; you have on. "\Tho' your tailor V. J. VIDAL i$ Concluding he said: "The farce 13 John Stearns, ship-carpenter by 1' ta RoQIt & 'BROWNHARDWARE '
Manager.
i ; ,: nowadays?" one man was Chicago Alderman Owes His Election over; proceed with the dance." trle, living"pa 'West Zarragossa St., ,

4Li heazd to say to another a tew to Chamberlain's Cough Charges Sustained..,, says: "Doan's, Kidney Pill_ proved: .
THE H')ME OF THINGS'
The GOOD TO The chairman stated that' motionwas
a4ql days'.ago. gen.tlemaned smil ': : 'a jnoretthan.a bonanza-to( me when I,was'
Int* satisfied manner and replied Remedy. EAT <': ;'tf in order and after a short con- in a pretty bad condition. I had back

rs "Kuppenheimer.' "I can heartily' ; and conscientiously ference between 1\Ir. ellus and Mr: acheIndig s on and sluggish kid:
recommend Chamberlain's Just :Received Bliss Mr. Zelius moved that all of COMPANY.
ir The-first speaker looked Cough : neys; 'The.kidney. secretions were
and said surprised Remedy for affections of the throat Halibut:Chunks Halibut Quick,Lunch the charges be sustained'and Mr. Gin not normal and caused me Iiuonven.ieuee. . .
er?" "Kuppenhelm- and lungs," gays Hon. John Shenick. 50 kite; of fancy MacfcereL U.25 per gles b3 dismissed. The- vote was a .' Th'e're'w, s also more'or lass'| ..-. .

41 220 So. Peoria St. Chicago. "Two kit. _t 4.i: tie. Mr. Zelius voting In the affirmative brick dust', sediment and they were of,, .". :, .
You don't really mean to say years ago airing political campaignI 50 kits Salmon. J1.25 per kIt, -.' v and Mr. Turner in the negative.The a rdldlsh and unnatural color. I also -. '" ".. ,
that Is a r ady-made'suit. Well I I caught cold after being overheated, 50 kitshalibut, fins. |L25 per kit. mayor voted in the affirmative had :Vpells of dizziness and headaches.1My : '

-1i1 I never should have guessed it. which irritated my throat and I was 60 kits or Cod Tongues and Sound' casting the decidingvote.. back ached<< after a hard day's'work H Mill( Supplies Iron
i1t4 It looks in, every way like a finally compelled to atop as I could $1.%;' per kitBloaters. Goes to the Council. and often'it was as much as I could do Pipe and Fittings, <;

high. priced custom tailored not speak, loud. In my extremity a Milkers and Roes. Herring ,. Mr Blount announced that the mat to get hom 'ln the evening on the account St *(m .Rumps Galvanized Roofing
suit friend advised me to use Chamber. Codfish, Pickled Salmpn. DW Pickle. ter would be taken up with. the council of my'back: paining me so across : ,

lain's Cough Remedy. I took two German Sauer Krout. as sooa as possible. The evidenceIn the kJd es.By accident I came Barbed' Wire! Nails 'Boat
z More men every day are findfii' doses that afternoon and could not Pigs Feet, In' kits. $L.00. the case which was, taken by Miss across an'advertisement about Doan's Spikes,

ing out that Kuppenheimer'sready believe my senses when I found the Maqewll and Lange's Fruit Cake. Kehoe, could not be gotten ready in Pills and thinking tarred 'Roofing'
Kidney that
ifi to wear Clothes are Just next morning the'Inftamation had National Biscuit .Go's ,Fruit C. *ke. '25c time for Wednesday, meeting, but it might help me I procured a box they at. Building Hardware, ,
1c1LH! ; as satisfactory in ,every way as largely subsided. I took several doses per pound. \ '' ,
would Scissors '
be prepared by the date of the Sidney Kah'n'a drug store, cOrner Pal- :Razors, ,Pocket Cutlery.
first class that
It kVTh custom-tailored gar- u 8y. kept rlght'on talking through We 'handlethe celebrafsdbleads of following meetirfg.! and' 'R. mana streets. The'first
ments. the campaign and I thank this medicine Coffee roasted by the Gulf .City( Coffee afox
that I won my seat in the Coun. Co.. H. P. Chlpman:, KoaretOanca The'.Daw Case. box helped me wonderfully and I con.I! aSPECIM'PRICESTOThETRADE.* '. m** i
J'he case of Captain.Daw.. who tinned thC treatment
was The secretions
cil. .This' remedy'is for sale by all 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c '
suspended for not recognizing! kidneys
druggists. Ib Diamond 25o Acting from the were entirely"cor-!il;
; Blend ,lb; Golden '' ;
Rio 20c lb.Strictly Superintendent Spottawood will be rected and'beekache became 'a thing'
.. fresh 'Outed'aDd ,'as good- taken up during -the latter portion of of.the past"hUe the indigestion from ]I ::Man Orders"

Qder Eastern Star. as any Co'lea'sold! In'thl. city. this week or early-portion of next. which I h Buffered was relieved, as Promptly Shipped. ,

|j H. 0 ANSON Regular meeting of Send us your orders and. w. will de Owing to the lateness. the hour it well as .the headaches and dizziness.I I :->'.:: JjBl*':>3hone No. 767. ,
stSiI : Florida Chapter No. 14, liver promptly. was necessary to postponcuthe; hearingof I can'sar"both .from experience and I "
I
I Sl5 !O., E. S..8 o'clock p. m., ,: this' case !j'. observation' that Doan's Kidney Plllg- ;'. 1 .
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m iting members One-half pound of One-halfpouithf For sale: by"all dealers.. Price 50.1
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