The Pensacola journal
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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
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System ID: UF00075911:00622
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Skater Publicly Resents Insinuations Cortelyou Bliss and ,Perkins of National

P NO AGREEMENT Comrade and FOBS of the Sixties r

Made by Shackleford, Committee May Be Arrested in Con- COUNCilWill
DECmED and Followers in Cuban War

of Missouri, nection With Insurance frauds. -

ON MINING Gather in Atlanta.

By Associated Press. When the news that warrants hadbeen ,
NOT RESPONSIBLE New York Mar. .District Attorney called for became public it was: Includes One Immense Battle-

Jerome today applied to :Magis- recalled that the, names of Postmaster GREAT ENTHUSIASM
SCAlE trate Moss for warrants against sever General Cortelyou, chairman of ship, Three Destroyers and a
al persons in connection with the re- the National Committee; Cornelius N.

for Differences Over Tariff and I cent insurance investigation. The Bliss, treasurer bt that organization; Million for S ubmar'Ines.
warrants were not Issued the magistrate WBJ! George Perkins, formerly Vice- Manifested by Old Soldiers at
Reciprocity Measures. taking the ground that it would President of the New York Life Insurance .
be necessary' first for the District At Company, had been men Tributes of Their
Operators and Miners as Far from torney to .present_,evidence that some tioned by -Mr. Jerome before Judge BILL CARRIES APPROPRIATIONSOF Veto of Mayor for Purchase of Leaders.
crime had been committed. Mr. Jerome O'Sullsvan 'In connection"with the $99,750,000
CANNON'S REMARKS GREETED, Basis of Settlement t Ever. thereupon agreed to present depositions warrants. ,Magistrate Moss; however, AS COMPARED .
on the question later and said that no names whatever had WITH $103,000,000 THE AGGREGATE Water Works and Gingles ,Mat- NEARLY FIVE HUNDRED VET1R j
WITH APPLAUSE- TILLMANAND Wage Scale Expires Saturday. it is reported this will be done, to- been mentioned darIng his conversation -

By Associated Press
{ndianapolis. Mar. 27.-The Joint''Another IAn Important, and what will -ADDRESSES( : BY ''WRPORAL'eTANNER *. \
DISCUSSING MANY MATTERS- Scale Committee of the bttuminous' Bloody Outbreak V-

operators .of Illinois Indiana. Ohio By Associated Press. haps prove 'a most Interesting meet; GENERAL EVANS AND-
ATTORNEY GENERAL GETS A and Western Pennsylvania to-day reported Imminent :Washington, Mar. Ing of the City Council will be held i
I 27.
Is -Tha House
Russia MAJOR
SCORING.By. a disagreement to the joint committee to-nigat. The session is a re&11larl MIL'LER-BLUE AND
conference of the central competitive on naval affairs o'ecided .
one, as the council now meets twice GREY MEET f*
district I to-day to report the WEDNESDAY.
and building
after a sessjon of three i I I programof each
hours the conference adjourned to'r By Associated Press. fore the meeting of parliament. the new ships. for the navy as fol month. ,
Associated Press. I meet to morrow morning. ;I I 6L Petersburg Mar. 27.-Despite i I Revolutionists believe the right lows: Among the matters of. more than .

Washington. Mar. 27.-The House,I The discussion'and arguments presented {he government's assurance that an- moment will come in mid-April and I One battleship to cost exclusive passing: Interest which will come up By Associated Press
during the afternoon by the other big outbreak in the immediate both sides are(preparing for the fray If ,
for consideration
will be veto Atlanta Marl 27.-Uniting In their r
ttrda witnessed most unusual of the ot
) a I armor
miners and operators showed no future is Impossible the clouds are it comes it will likely be bloodier I and armament six million '
scene, the speaker rising on the floor I witnessed dollars the the mayor on the resolution passed a tribute of veneration honor and ye. ,.
change whatever and established the lowering and there are other indications and more terribl *than anything ; ship to b, of the largest

fa the midst of a spirited discussion:' fact that so far'as Indications can determine that the storm may break be--1 j I previously. .' I type, tonnage to be determined by'I month company since to that notify the city the Intended waterWOrks spect to the memory of General Joseph ...

en reciprocity and tariff revision and the opposing sides are no the Secretary of the Na/vy./ i taking over the plant. This mat Wheeler leader in two wars his -
disclaiming responsibility for differences nearer a wage agreementthan when I ter Is in comrades and foes of the sixties and
Three torpedo boat destroyers to shape to be votetf upon at ..
the first held.
between the minority_ members -: The present conference wage was scale expires CHANGES IN THE STANDARD OILINQUIRY cost seven hundred\ and fifty thou this meeting. As there are a number his followers in the war for Cuban 2
S I I df councilmen In favor'of purchasing freedom, gathered here today and
Saturday and unless an agreement is sand dollars each. ,?
It was towards the close of the de- reached before the expiration two i CUSTOM SERVICE OVER One million dollars to be expended the that plant some it will is cast more their than votes'probable in favor I joined In such celebration as is accorded j
tate on the. urgency deficiency bill'I hundred and twenty-five thousand I to few in military or'civtc life.
by the Secretary of the Navy for sub of passing It over the mayor'sveto
miners in four states will be callerf ,- -- I I
which appropriated among other .-- !marine boats at his discretion. should It come to a vote. The ,. Roused to a pitch of. enthusiasm by
I from, the mines.PREPARING
things for the forthcoming confer. : GEORGE MAYNE YESTERDAY- APPOINTED By Associated Press. : The naval bill carries a total ofninetynine matter at present Win the hands' of the words of General Wheeler's

ence of American republics at Rio t New York'Mar. :The taking of million I seven hundred'the' Board of Bond Trustees, who friend and associate: in war and in

Janeiro, when Mr. Shakleford, of INSPECTOR-J. J. i testimony In-this city:" i-JJthe buster an-a' fifty thousand dollars. The cur, sent meeting a letter asking to the that council no at steps Its last betaken peace former Congressman J.,W. Maddox .

50Url, rose to explain what be intending FOR KEEFFE NOW NIGHTWATCHMAN. proceedings of the State ot-Missour1, rent law aggregates one hundred and at that session towards purchasing the old soldiers shouted themselves .

saying last week in relationto against the 'Standard Oil Co. was com :three million dollars. I I the plant. It is supposedthat hoarse. Stirred to their hearts

the Missouri volunteer bill, whenle pleted!!' this afternoon. JURORS FOR SPRING I.''I. this board will submit a report by the tribute of "Corporal" James
taken from the Attorney General Hadley; requested. upon the question tonight.
was by TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT Tanner, Commander.in- hlef of the
Tiwney, who objected to the personal GRAND lODGE Commissioner Sanburn to.send a sign i> Another matter which may be Grand Army of the Republic, they
I led I of the to Mis- threshed out Is the dismissal of C.
Two additional. changes have been I copy testimony the
/ stood In' their places and cheered,
character of his remarks. Mr. sours Supreme Court. Petit jurors to serve during the H. Gingles as street superintendent.
made among the employees of the customs -' first week of the waving hats and handkerchiefs, and
6JtcWeford? then rea'd his remarksand I Attorney: General Jladley ,put in spring term of the 6ome of the aldermen are not favor .
the speaker instantly arose. department- of the government In the record the fact that gvery.effort,!circuit court, which convenes hereon ably Impressed with the manner' In refused almost to be Quieted.pearly" .
this city. George Mayrier'WBo'; ':serT April 9th; haive been drawn from which the Board of Works carried five hundred; Confederate'veterans
had ben made fOsecuretHsUest'inonyjof "
Republicans gathered about ( !
their MEETING the jury box. They are-as follows: the Instructions of the gathered, with a third of
ed about fourteen )"t'artJ.as. night John I). Rockefeller but without out council to
chief and democrats crowded the watchman at the custom house, but success. C.E. Shackleford, R. E. L. Daniels/discharge Leg and -reinstate ,' Gin: this number, representinfg northern
aisle.: A highly dramatic moment who was lad off duty recently by orders Edwin Fox, W. J. Bicker, Theodore gles. While the board complied with aifmies. General Clement A.: Etau-
-- I' Ingraham, E. G. Brewton, Thomas resolution it was accomplishes and Major Charles R., Miller] were the
tame when the speaker himself pale, from the department due to : '
lack of funds yesterday appointed TWENTY YEARS Houlehand. Chas. Adams W. E. in such ,.a manner that the resolution other speakers.' .
was : '
replied: "If It affords him any consolation !I. 0.0.: ,F. of Florida to Convene by Collector John E. Stillman as a Tucker Edwart 'Stewart, W. 1... Nobles was obeyed literally but not In spirit.

to make me a stalking horse The and Martin Hart: ,Gingles was reinstated as per In- ANNUAL GATHERINGOF
customs inspector appointment
on account of a quarrel with the minority Here Next Month, and Many fills the vacancy caused by the reslg- NEGRO ABDUCTOR I structions but be was fired Immediately BLUE AND GREY

leader, well and good." notion of J. T. McCanaughey who re- Damaged by' Fire tTh.a thus showing that the board
cottage occupied by Mr. Thorn. '!'Atlanta Mar 27. The third annual
Visitors Will Attend. tired from the service a month or Is determined to employ a".d dis
Applause greeted the .
on South /(DeVllIIer street between charge whom. It pleases. If'this mat. gathering of the Blue and Grey begins
Mr. Mayne assume
more a'go. By Associated Press.
I Zarragossa and Main streets was 'r>r is taken up by the council tonight here tomorrow closing Thursday
of his'new duties .
| TILLMAN AND McCUMBER charge once.J. New York Mar. 27,Robert II. slightly damaged by fire yesterday afternoon than evening. The meeting will be composed
Preparations for entertaining the !I i.I it more likely that the
J. Keefe who held! the
formerly Springs, the negro recently convictedof
who be in the blaze being on tb roof. will be exceptionally Interesting of a gathering of several state
HELD FLOOR OF SENATE delegates and visitors will of has been! ? session an
position night inspector abduction in detaining white women
Pensacola next month upon the occa- 'i i The department occurred shortly be- -one. organizations, made up from veteransof
transferred to the custom house, against their will in a resort frequented 6 o'clock and
of the YOre the fire departmentwas the north and south of the civIlW1I.r.
Washington Mar. sion of the annual
27.-Mr. TillmanI ::
where he is occupying the place made only by negroes, was today:
f. of Florida ] out by an alarm from It is expected during the pree'ent
O. O.
Lodge I.
I and Mr. McCumber dividro'the tIme of Grand vacant by Mr. Mayne's appointment;I' sentenced to serve twenty years in box 17. The blaze was extinguished :
a national organi
the local meeting to form
I the: senate t'ay' the North Dakota are lodges now of being Odd Fellows made ,by and from all His transfer to the custom house, how.'i I state pr'.son.: Sallie Bennett Sprigs's I however, before the arival of the department CONDITION OF zation.
Is considered only temporary. I I assistant, was sentenced to
senator devoting himself to the railroad indications, the coming event will be ever. ten years. I Ia

rate question exclusively and one of the most successful in the history ---- THE WEATHER 5
the South Carolina senator discussIng othe order in Florida. I

I various questions. Delegates from every lodge In the ',- .., ,
state will be in 'attendance, and the .
Mr Tillman VOR I
math especial inquiry large number of lodges In Florida insured RAIN' IS FORECASTED TODAY

concerning the status of his resolution a large crowd, especially as ,. j FOLLOWED BY 'COLDER I

relative to the use of. the National there will be many visitors to the J i.' ry

Bank funds in politics and inci- city on that occasion :. -< .- >'" WEATHER TOMORROW.Rain I OFIRICERS WILL BE ELECTED BY.
The QaU Fellows who recently
spoke of District Attorney purchase from the! Pensacola! AthletIc .' ;. THE B. P. O. E, AND NEW MEMBERS -
Jwome's 4 .
recent utterances, and of 'the building at .
Association large
Jrfge f today, followed by colder WILL BE INITIATED. i
Humphrey'sdecision and Baylen
of Belmont
fit against the corner wA,4lMiro'.D e e. weather tomorrow is the forecast of ir
attorney general in the packers streets, are having the work of remodeling the weather officials for Pensacola and

Use at Chicago.I In regard to the the building rushed in order vicinity. The rain started last night;
!attM' he to have completed. d and ready lr I The annaul meeting of the Benenx
said the decision and there !is Indication this
against for occupancy, if possible, by the IIII every lent Order of Elks is to be held tonight
attorney general had been merelyl time of the grand lodge session. If morning that it. will continue today. ,and it Is expected that the m etng. .
|te!: reaping by that officer of what this building is not ready the meetIngs The maximum temperature at Pensa will be largely attended by .the t

he owed in the case of former. will'be held In the regular hall. cola yesterday was 69 degrees at 11 a. members, as it Is anticipated. that it
Observer Reed, in his dally weather -
of the' grand lodge will" exceedingly lively session
secretary Paul Morton.BOWLING The session / be an
bulletin of weather conditions
will be ot several days duration., amias ( yes- The election of officers will occur
It has been many years since the ='- terday said: at this meeting. This Is always an
I MEET order held its annual meeting here The Iowa disturbance of Monday' Interesting event, and It is said will,
the event Is being looked forward to J morning has reached Lake Ontario; It be exceptionally so at this meeting.In .

ENDED with much interest by the Odd Fel- : 'k'4\ iW has caused general raln.s. from the addition there are several candidates -
LAST NIGHT lows of Pensacola and nearby towns. Mississippi river eastward except who -will be initiated and aa
the middle and south Atlantic
T' along '
to themselves
usual the Elks expect enjoy -
-- R, T l lD ls coasts and in Florida; precipitationhas : when Initiating them Into the
PECULIAR DIMES also occurred since p. m. Mon .
ay mysteries of theorder.
Associated Press. in of the Dakotas, Nebraska -
day parts
1n LoUliTUle, Ky.. Mar 27.-The bowls ) Texas, Utah and the north Pacific Renewed Interest -ls being shown
in Pensacola, and the list
congress; BO far as the champion .IN CIRCULATIONHAVE states. A moderate depression'hastormd ID the order
!p series is sp of members is showing a large In.
concerned, ended to- over Texas. Zhenorthwest
na tVhile the prize winners havebeen ern high pressure has spread south crease. .x

t o"iag officially announced the fol- THE APPEARANCE, (1 zVIaA7J.: eastward to Misouri. where tempera-
eh.ses! are highest In the different ; tures have fallen decidedly; the coldest EAST COAST CANAL

Co. l Chicago riTe men teams. Century COUNTERFEIT, BUT THE at 7 a. m. was 22 degrees L'\ 'eastern NEARING. COMPLETION
2794. Two men teams ( Montana. Temperatures over Joe
1,63 Hussey. Philadelphia, .- east gulf and Atlantic states have Only three.miles now separate the
/. Indio}.!tlas. F. T. Favor, Canal dredges, and this
"'titO h MONEY. risen and range from 74 degrees In Cast Coast
11is, \69.FRE southern Florida to 40 degrees'- last chunk of earth dividing them is

/ TRUCK Some peculiar looking dimes are in t I h r'5n'43-fA'/ southern Maine. dally decreasing In length, says the

WAS HORSE circulation in Pensacola. but whetheror .., ., r The conditions are still favorablefor St. Augustine Record. It looks now
SLIGHTLY INJURED not they ,are counterfeit Is a ques- ..' ii! f fS showers with light variable winds as If the canal company will completethe

n'hlle ton whch has not yet (been establshed, ,' mostly from the south, over this. vicinity cut within another year perhaps
box late answering the alarm from and will not be until today, when :Marshal ,. tonight and Wednesday before the expiration of the present
cf n tjh Yesterday afternoon one Schad, who has come Into possession : iI year. Twelve months ago seven miles
h(' s attached to the truck oft will .'., of solid earth divided the dredges,and
'e of carry
of two t them I IA1' '
company :\o- 2 slipped and fell HEAVY FIRE LOSS half the distance has been tra
t the corner them to one of the banks and ask the I. over
>..rnt streets. f Palafox and Govern: opinion of the paying teller. =' t r versed by the boats within one year.

Tbs truck The dimes ,have every! appearanceof L- STATES VILLE At the rate of progress made within!
atre turner made a rather short turn toein-g counterfeit but the sound ,.> h' the past year, next winter should seethe
mat and the hoof of the ant- : ; '. completion of the canal to this
that of good money
StruCk the Iron covering of the 'When dropped Is 'o,
se1\"f> Which! and cannot be distinguished from that : point.It .
fall It t caused it to slip and TUc moneyhas : Associated Press.Asheville is the Intention of the canal com-.
was dragged for a distance of any other similar piece. .. : L." By
of about twenty-fi've the appearance of having been i Mar. 1.-A special to the : pany to continue the work without
feet'by the other
horse r until the canal stretches the
B ed before the truck couW be dipped In some acid or solution whim and -. ... l6' Citizen from Statesville ala a disas- i I full cession'proposed length. !As soon as the
nnT The animal however was has given it a slippery' < trous fire, which Is believed to have
here the3t will start to
on its ,: i dredges meet
feet d'the truck very bright color. :
t5e4"An f'l to the fire pro- The marshal,obtained the two dimes < originated In a photograph gallery !i work on the Jacksonville stretch.
Jail who above the Wallace 'store, on Broad The same plan will be followed there
examination from prisoner in the city
vas was made and it a from THE F.A'RL\mR-G09H.' ALL 'GTN'GER- GOODBYE OLD .FELLOW! EVEN IF :YOU WUZ SEEDY IN !as on the present cut. One dredge +
that claims that he picked them up destroyed four brick
!N tund the lee of the horse street t
tL cut. Probably by a stone In the floor of his celL..The dates of AIPPEARAKK2E.! : YOU HAVE BEEN ,A M& lON be will
street and operations will pushed aU
..LI as it .1903-: 1905..respective i
was being dragged coinage are .
-- Item fifty thousand dollars, half insured.,, 'SRee4. ;
II. ly. -; The free distribution of seeds"will-soon-be aboUshed.-'Ne1'o's possible ?

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? That Tired Feeling I SAVED THE LANDS. ---' 1"t. ii ROBIgRTS :Hon Jake Moore

.ow-De CO.IHB Great Speech nap' 'JT.k ; : I

,That comes to you every spring is ,& pened to Be Delivered.: 'Fo'r'L! .
:tign that jour blood is wanting in The longest speech on record Is be-

pimples and other lieved to bave been,that made by Mr.
Vitality,just erup*
tons are signs that it is impure. de Cosmus In the legislature of British ,Special to 'The Journal.Roberts. Suffered Twenty Years With .Indigestion.Cured'
:4 Columbia when a measure .was pending .
4 J One of the great facts of experience 7.-laturda'y night ,
and observation is that Ilood'a Sarsapanlla the passage of which would have Mar entertained. a -
last Sweat
I Miss Bessie by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
taken from a great ma ysetttcrstheirlands. The
always removes That Tired Feel G.oed number of her friends In a most
De Cosmus was In a minority.The ; of her nineteenth
pleasing manner in honor
fi ing, gives new life and new courage. measure bad been held back till birthday. The evening was

| Today buy and begin to take the eve of ,the close of the season or greatly enjoyed by all who attended, .

; L Hood's Sarsaparilla jession. 'Unless, action was taken before : and after playing a number of arnuc OFFICE, OF
'Fr noon ot a given day the act would ing games the party entered the dinIng .
4 :' In liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses $1. faiL J>e Cosmus got the floor at 10a. : :: room where delicious refresh- Commission of Q;

;j ________________- In. and began :a speech: against the ,, Qf.AI1: ments consisting of cake lew+*+' CIe prison ) < ?orcjiaGOODLOS
4t' ---- -- ---- bilL Its friends'supposed he would be ., fruits and ,candies were served and at '
11:30 o'clock the party jade the fair TOM RASON CLDtENT A.
done 1 o'clock. JOS-s.TURNm. sychainnan .
by At 2 o'clock he was
tI TffD :fOR hostess good night wishing her many: Couuussioner. CotnmL5lQu,
(j fJ sayhc, "In the second place." ,At 3 future.
t11 more happy birthdays In the J.C.MOORE.
E TfR ;"- he, produced a fearful bundle of evidence Royal Baking Powder I Miss Allie Seals, Miss Lillie CoIl- YANCT.Secretary. Stat.WardeD.
," _ :- -0' and Insisted on reading it. equally valuable lins and Mr. Thos. Hurst, of Pensa
Then the truth dawned. He was go- for the cola were pleasant visitors here Sun- -.

Ing to speak'till noon the next day and preparation| Qf.the. finest da/ I ATLANTA, August.10, 1904.E. .
kill the bill. Then they made ,. Mis Florence Thatcher, who Is .
n most delicate teaching school at Bohemia, spent C. DEWITT & Co., Chicago! III
} over it and tried to shout him down cookery apd for.s substantial :
lI but that gave him time and breathing Saturday and Sunday here with.. her Dear Sirs:-"I have suffered iore than twenty years from J In i.

space. They finally settled down to everyday food. ., -- -'- parents: Mr. and 'Mrs.: Bryan. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much
2 Stearns' .. .. ... ,Mr. Aldan E. Flemmingof Pensa gestion. worse thai
Pastel watch the combat between the strength \ visitor here of bread and'cou1d not retain
cola. .was' pleasant I could not digest a crust corn anythki

_;'4 to Rat ruar.ated and to rid Roach lb.booM,bum or More ofT I of will and weakness of body. They. Royal, Baking Powder>, been u'sed' Sunday. stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could 'not'sleep,
4 I -tT .raw.Ser. buff,etc. Sold gave no mercy! no time for dinner or on my
it;';lip'P :T6rrwh f pcu r.,oreat a.k.z..>K til.s.iwp ttux.li on$receipt 1. u wetting lips with water and no sitting by three '; 4Orsran times I would almost draw double with pain"in the pit of my stomach,
generations and is Grl'..! In England.By
Steams'ekleag..111..V.LA.Electrlo Paste Co.I I down. Members went to dine and employed i-f.I': turning the n handle of ,an organ I lost twenty-five pounds; in fact, I made up my mind that I could col I
sleep hi squads, but De Cosmus wenton.
baking by the.best the obtains nearly short time when a friend of mine' recommended
Day dawned. families everywhere.; Italian in England live but a Kodo;

--- ,_ The'speaker was alternately dozing. eight! t'nes!' as much per week as he Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to tryit to please him and I was betterus

A GENTLEMAN'S' TASTE IS BEST and trying to l look' wide, !awake. At 4 ., as can much'earn In as Italy the,English more than farm four laborer times! one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in bettei

SUITED WITH A last noon came and a single man was ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW -. ,Kodol did it. I keep bottle
YORIt and nearly three times the pay of the health than for many years. a constacfy:
triumphant Although his -v lce had '
sunk to a husky whisper; his eyes were policeman who'mOTes him on when and write this hoping,that humanity will be benefited."
CERTIFIED CHECK Thousands skilled artisans -
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bleared and bloodshot., his legs tottered Yours very truly,
under him his baked Ups'were cracked u z who have: served apprenticeship
Sc CIGAR. and smeared with blood' De Cosmos as carpenters. painters and joiners get. .ia. ,

\ :Ml the qualities of flaror.aroma had spoken for twenty-six hours and, I only half the organ grinder's pay- for .
? color and gOOd material saved the lands. ," AMUSEMENTS."Joshua 'i. I the Italian reckons It a very poor week ,
;. / embodied In It. .. Indeed If he makes less than $15, and I
MF .9 LISTEN' '- i he often gets $17.50 to $20 or more. Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure: is the only diges>qt .or combination et

;4; .i. Greenhut & Co. and remember the next time you suffer H i&.I.t -N $.ut-"' r.qf digestants that will digest all classes of food. In addition to this fact,

:;.. ,t PENSACOLA.DISTRIBUTORS FLORIDA.Co"t"tre11, from pain-caused by damp weath. '.r-" V ,,, The angler The fish Angler angles Fish.for 'his prey. it, contains, in assimilative_ ,form, the greatest known tonic and recca-
er-when jour head nearly bursts t Z AU other digestants and dyspepsia
structive properties. remedies
: v
t4 J. from neuralgia-try Ballard's Snow ," t '3 I From the upper part of his head project
c : : Liniment. It will cure jou..A promi- e., "r I 's'y'f l'. two long tentacles, with fleshy extremities -:I digest certain classes of food only, and are .lacking in reconstructs
business'man which about In ,the,water .
nent of Hempstead, wave i *
;:tt 1 Texas, writes: "I have used jour lia- ,:i'"N, i 4'. and attract small fish that. approach-
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E.
Kodol Dyspepsia C.
iment Previous to 'using It I was a TiIf Ing and attempting to seize the sup; !

Pensacola, Fla. I great sufferer from Rheumatism and posed bait, are themselves captured'by j DeWitt .& Co.,, Chicago, and is 'sold by leading druggists everywhere.

_ _ Neuralgia. I am pleased to say that ___ the angler. Without this device 4o attract : ,
1 now I am free from these complaints :
his prey he would probably starve
.I f'A' I am $Ite lowe,this to your'liniment": -to death, as he Is heavy and ofcom

Sold by';ill, druggists. paratively slow motion. ( I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure

t BLESSING ;r Fiance and Sweetheart.For Considerate. I I

centuries we have tried to
X. (an Incorrigible borrower-Lend) .
itQlHUHIANITY" the word,that expresses! the relation,of DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
me a fiver; old man. Y. (weakly lend
;:isr t thq man 'to: the maid' he intends to ing him l4 19s.)-I'm keeping the other .
"Intended" has been tried
marry. and '
shilling to. pay for the postage of the
found' t '
wanting. "My bloke "my
letters which I shall have to. write you
young man.-tbeae combinations are, "' before I get my ifconey back. X. (cool. : -
not heard In the best circles.
"My be.
ly-Keep'5 shillings then. That will
frothed" a phrase used In Germany, me more time. London* [
a give Tit-Bits. 4
-'! = has not taken ,root 'In England. "Mysweetheart" : .. 'I BUSINESS MEN

Is pretty enough, but It Pride Anceatry"". 1 1"rin ,
% lacks! the' official sound. Young men that
proud of the fact
ii .- 'and maidens become engaged and marry : grandfather',used, .to split railsde"- my.-

:- :T t; for, but the they word have that to leads cross them the Channel to the clared'Sor! Swellsome said'his fr1en Donothing.& I"I"MEN AND CANDIDATES FOR OFFICEThe ,

altar. ,
: : One might suggest to the blushing "Yes Indeed. If be hadn't Fd probably

girl who has to allude to the man have, been splitting wood myself II
of her acceptance" "my future." French ',., Instead of blowing II) his 'money."- Union
%Y1 '' \ I II Ii maidens speak- of "mon futur and It, Detroit Free' Press. '
sounds comprehensive.-London Chronicle. 'p:' your printing
i +j r, I much to YOU I I. ,
/ 4 The arrows of sarcasm are barbed I IPRINTERS'
; 1d ______ with contempt It is the sneer in the
,Constipation< ECZEMA CURED dizziness, languor, heart palpltation j.k' j. satire or ridicule that galls and wounds.W. Every h11
Drastic physics gripe, sicken Gladden. labor

After Years of Unspeakable Torture Doan's weaken the Regulets bowels act and gently don't and cure.cure I II who sees it on '

constipation.. 25 cents. 'Ask your I I printing. will
4-ij f lad tba Words of a Han,Who After Doctoring druggist. Ia
I In Vain, Had Lost All Faith. ; ., you are UNION LABEL.

ti; DES MOINZS. Iowa. Sept.7.In-IamJad Consolation.The r \ The im
another one your remedy bu cured.and I want honeymoon was over, and the t7$4 4Etet this Laber on .
i: to tell you about it. Invaluable to sufferers from
My attention was called to the S D'.by a dls- husband. returnIng-trom"business, was
fla* in your dealers window. Reed Hurlbut grieved to find his little wife crying asthma, bronchitis or throat job printing you endorse Organized t'a

'. decided and after at looking once to over try It.the""bavin cures there little shown faith in I bitterly. "Oh, George" she sobbed troubles. Contain nothing Injurious. the Labor, not only by words, t'a

anything" My trouble was Eczema on the "such a dreadful l thing has happened. which but more substantially by
flowers under the nails -particularly' them you
i '
Joint;the skin would look scalded and the I had made you a beautiful'pie all my. employing It?
f cells would connect like a sponge under i,I self and Fldo went and ate UP "Well, 1 is obvious when This Label on your printing 0
: the akin:sometimes there would be a very bad 'v1'
u, odor with the discharge. I tried every thing II I never mind my.4ear, be_ said 'cheerfully take into shows that you do.C .
could hear of. and went to six:doctors. two of, "we can easily buy another dog." c. ,
I .. 'You tion that
them being intimate friends. They did everything .' .. every
they possibly could and studied the thing i -Birmingham l Post 'i a
up. but of DO use. The other doctors thought: ber of organized l
they could cure by a regular course of treatment. "'----' ; '
I was willing to be experimented upon if any II "Had. dyspepsia or indigestion for S Whitcomb" In"The Old Homestead. here and .
t I,. possible chance for relief. This thing had been 'ears. Ko' 'appetite and what. I 'dideat knows what the I I
_4 S P comfort going. on for aD'over s came two years to my when bands.to my Yourremedy great I i ) stressed! me terrtblj. Burdock "The Old Homestead." pranks as drawn by that humorous; WON'T V'I C ]

e,tz gave me more care In two days than any 'BlOOd Bitters cured me."-J. H. Walker 'Denman Thompson: verdant, artist, Richard F. Outc ult, and published Label stands for.
I Ii -
_::7 3 of the six doctors effected In over two yean.I ever J popular "Old Homestead" is In the colored pages of the I
and i nsideof two weeks l1a4ne1l' Sunlburyr Ohio.An .
i I healthy skin on .
the attraction here t-nl.ght.It seems New York _
: kil of my once rotten fingers as I termed them.I Herald By special arrangement Place your ads. I
I also wIsh to say that any one ot the six altogether unnecessary. to I say that with:, that paper and with NEED
:.. doctors are as good as we have in D M..and Old Jferr Rap. this quaint chron'cla of New Eng XT. Outcault, one of the mot ,successful publications This Label on your news.
I edy that to my their two entire friends satisfaction have prescribed for the your past rem.two A curious relic of the old days of the land farm life will be 'as joyously: plajwrjgbts has constructeda use the' Union paper shows that Union
years or since my cure. Don t let the formula paper duties which so much hampered welcomed as it baa been .in seasons farcial comedy which embodies I labor Is
'J .'eUfO I wish to the aI1'&ve.lor all the Mumanltv tatt. I journalistic enterprise in the first half past. This is the twentieth annual many of Buster Brown's most. L'nusing Have strictly employed to
you success in the world and MEDICINE your job print ItThis
bope to be able to direct more sufferers to you\ of the nineteenth century is' the first tour of the New Eaglanu! !! idyl. The auentures.. It will be presented t
_U. R. OAMAQE. number of Berthold's Political Handkerchief breath of the insadows and, the scent with the same elaborate detail that, printed by Label proves what T0
3ni*l I ISo being'a news sheet printedon oZ the pines ,is in the play, and the characterized its run of one hundred' printers. "blow and bluster" cannot T0a
1. 1r4j WHAT MORE\ NEED WE SAY? cotton fabric'instead of paper.: It quaint sayings and doings of the nights at the Majestic Theatre, New -If, you ,drink good Beer. prove. If It'$ on your print.

many astonishing cures have been Is dated London, Saturday, Sept. 3, country farm folk are more distinctly York City and Two Hundred nights ,( It: serves as a tonic and The Union Ing, your printer employs
effected by D. D. D. Prescription-right in ] pictured in its :various characters IP Chicago. There is an exceedingly IIII
,,4l,;i i 1831; price, fourpence. And the letter. .I drives tJ.tat spring fever Union Labor. If he cannot
this city-among people >u>c personally than in any other American domestic large and powerful' company of artists receive many
: know-your own neighbors probably-that' press, which is fairly legible' Is as remarkable drama ever written. The mere men- : a balet. chorus carloads' of away. If you want to be put It on your printing at
it is surprising that any one should continueto as thfe material on which It is tion of the names of Joshua Whit costly scenery and el= trical effectsto sure that you,are drink- dollars .per your request, he does not
to suffer withrEczema, psoriasis or, any printed. The tone of this news rag Is comb Cy Prime; Seth Perkins, Aunt say nothing of the flood and spotlights lag the right kind insiston wages than employ Union Labor. See?
kindred disease. Call at our store and we Intensely radical but It reproduces the I Matilda. Eb Causey, Rickety Ann prove to be an immensely non-union itr
will give you the names and Addresses of I order of ceremonial to be observed at 'and Happy Jack is sufficient to bringto popular attraction not only to the That's all.Peaucola rU rC
chronic sufferers now cured. I the coronation of King William IV. and mind all of those Interesting rural children but to those of larger do, and this Typographical! Union.
Queen characters .and at. the 'same time growth who have a warm corner In
Adelaide the
You will on
;; j too be cured. It following something to
4i _ _ -
arises in the background the picturesof their hearts for the memories of their
/ k Thursday, and It Is ,announced that a REDHEART
may take time, but the instant![f proclamation to the people of Europe the old farm the homestead in youthful days. I Whose
cf ; Swanzey. Grace Church on BroadwayIn
the remedy is applied to the injured:i will appear In our "next cotton." It New York City, and the aristocratic Don't Complain.If the most to be I HI.&U I

skin there is relief from that I, Is embellished ,with a medallion wood. mansion of Henry Hopkins, the your chest pains and you are Unable sired?
cut of
J Napoleon crossing the Alps but metropolitan merchant and million to sleep /because of'a'cou'!!h. Buya A" See the*point?
awful awful itch.
Pt't't the Ink In this pictorial effort was too alre. The double quartette is still re bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup

-j4izi\ WEPROVE' IT. much for the cotton and the Alps are tamed as a feature ,of the production. and you won't have any' cough.

; To convince you we have arranged I In a fog and the emperor on horseback, ... Get 'a bottle now and that cough will 'f
1s: with the D. D. D. Co, so that any sufferer very indistinct: -London MalL "Buster Brown." not last long. A cure for all pulmonary J0c
_.pi from any skin disease can get There is probably not a' theatre dIseases Mrs. J-. Galveston.
direct from the D. D. D. Ca's laboratory goer in this wide land who is not Texas, writes: -I can't say enoughfor -I'.
4 a large .free sample bottle of D. CAUSE OF FALLING HAIR. familiar with the fame of Buster Ballard's Horehound Syrup. :The ..m4Hr**. HMMratWmI .......... ..."**..

D. D. prescription together with 32 Brown and his attendant misfortunesand relief it has given me is all that Is BEER: DIAMONDS WATCHES .sll
I page new pamphlet on skin disease Dandruff, Which ;;Germ Disease- laughed at his mischieviousPOSTUM necessary for me to say." Sold -by JEWELRY

and free advice on jour particular Kill the Germ. all druggists. .% I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE
1 ease from the world's greatest skin !
; e. specialist.Jic. Falling hair Is caused by d,ndruff, ""'III TWO BIG CARGOES OF The test lOc beer ever STERLING SILVERWARE,
;; which Is a germ disease. T/& germ TIMBER CLEARED YESTERDAY brewed. It Is always
HOOTON'S PHARMACY. In burrowing into the root of the hair -' i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
au here it ttestroys the vitality of the Two big cargoes of ,lumber and timber good, and always better I
.*,; ir:% 5' fREE SAMPLE COUPON hair, causing the hair to fall out, digs! were cleared from the local custom than all other lOc beers ( : .CUTGLASSWJ\RE.
(Mall this Promptly) up the cuticle in little scales called I house yesterday. The vessels -and many 15c beers. i -
: I D. O. D. CO. Medical 1 Department dandruff or scurf. You can't stop were tha steamer Nith. for Greenock.
116-120 Michigan St, Suite 364 the falling hair without curing{ the with 1,440.000 superficial! feet of tim.I .1 Engraving and
; Chicago. dandruff, and you.,won't cure the dan. Heals the. System! I,berr and the steamer Dordrecht, for Fine Stationery.
Eij.;r Please send me free prepaid a druff without killing the dandruff suffering from ,the Aberdeen, with 1.029.0QO superficialfeet 'V II
: .large size sanjplg bottle of D. D.ijt4 germ. : estmy. the cause. you remove effects of coffee."There's of timber and 309.000 superficial i ,
D, pamphlet and consultationblank. ,the effect" Nebrow'a Herpl- feet of lumber, making a total of Lewis Bear & Go t Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
dde Is the only hair
For .... years I have preparation that 2,878,000 carried out by the two
?..i kills the dandruff germ. Herpicide Is a Re on. steamers. The bark Pedro Lacane
been afflicted with a skin disease .
called..and have ntver used also a delightful. hair dressing. For also took out clearance 'pap rs'for \.. ,SleTAn" {: ; :

: I D. D. D. sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. druggistand Head "The Road to yVellvllle- Valencia having a lumber and timber l O.: j-- j. Co.
apothecary 121 South Palafox
Name .. .. .. .... .. .. '.. .. street, ,lOc In pkgs. cargo of 363,000 superficial feet, ,making Pensacola, Florida. .. I
or send in '
Address. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. stamps to The' the total clearances for the day \ MOBILE, ALA.
Herpldda Co. Detroit Mich. ______I' amount to feet.
I ..... ..... .........#....... fj

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STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN Sour Stomach RUSHING WORK ,Whiskey and Beer HabitS J'.J'

"I Seed Cueareta and feel Me a new nan. I ha.. "
been a sufferer from cly.peptlla aDd sour liom b '
tor'he isis two,ean. I ha.e befl taki,5ttn. medl- ORRINEt '
.alld other drnp.bu' could aDd De teiitf out, ON -
fo?a shore'tme. I will ,.cominend Case&ftta I, BEACH J
of Inland Gulf f Pacific 111)1 friends aa the only thing for tn4irea'1011 and
Transport Co. to Compete With soap Uomaeh...d 10 kp'he bowels ta &ood. _. ABSOLUTELY SAFE. SURE HARMLESS.
C tiOD. $0 -
They" "err airs
harry SOACklOY.li:1ICh Ctun .Pa. Physicians proaoonce drtakenness a disease of the nervous system creating a morbid
Panama Canal
by Handling Feight from Here to Mexico{ tnviag for sbmolint Continued indulgence in"whiskey. ,beer or wine eats away thaatooach 'F
o lining and stupefies flU digestive organs, the destroying digestion aa4 t
Thence Across,Isthmus of Tehuantepec to Pacific Side. H HAVEN ruining the health. No "wilt power" can heal tha inflamed stomach meD1 raa... ;
(=: -.. ORRINE permanently removes the craving for liquor by actinr'directly on. the \

CO affected nerves restorlD,-the stomach and dlgestire organs to normal condition,improving, .
W. the appetite and restoring healthCan be gives secretly U desired "
Smith 'managing director ot

says that two ships are Cure!Effected f or Money Refunded..
,i:1J: tuilt W. 0. Crlsman of Ala
for delivery in efeht Or ten : Engineer wiU'
by Craggs & Sons of Middle- Ask ronr druggist ra\om you Il&r.I1what he thinks ORRINE; he indorse

;: .Y" I, I England and 1.000 cars by the bama Company, Now Here COT statements as truthful in every respect. If ORRINE fails to cure we will refund "
,;: i Car and Foundry Company. t. J you every penny paid for it aschecrfullyas we took it. *-/ "
Pleuani PaUtable.Potent Do GO 4.
: vessels will be 414 feet long 58 Xe...8uek... Weaken or Oripa.Me.St.te,.Never Making Surveys No Sanitarium Treatment Publicity
old in balk. The genuine tables tamped.CCC.
tb Ela and 28 deep with a capacity ,of Guaranteed to ear or your money bull. No Absence from home or loss of time :
They will be able to load. Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 599 v MotberswIs and sisters you cannot care those who are afflicted with this molt
arge in four hours. 1 ANNUAL SALE, Tftl! MILLIOH BOXES The work of surveying and platting terrible of all diseases by your fervent prayers or eyes red with tears nor by your
ri two ships will run between the Gipmptra; grantwhich In futureis hope that they may stop drinking. It can: be done only with ORRINE. You have

t : Fla.. and Tehuantepec. to be known as Beach Haven is the remedy-will you use it? If you desire to core without the knowledge thepatient.
with railroads. being pushed forward rapidly. The buy ORRINE No. 1: if the patient desires to be cured of his ,own free will. buy

company Is capitalized at $3 owners of the grant, the Pensacola ORRINE No. 2. Full directions found in each package. Price f I.per,box..
and its president is William Bay ExcursionThursday Development and Construction Com All Corre8pondance, Confldentlal.-,'
panyhas had its engineer, W. 0.1 )
London. Crisman. here for some time e:.-aged For free book-Treatise on Drunkenness and bow to Cure It-write to
] Li this work, and he Is being assisted THE ORRINE ;O.. INC.. WASHINGTON. D. C.. or call onWHITE'S ..
CURE FOR PILES by a force of men.

Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Mar. 29 The Property lIes about one mile
Druggists are authorized to re- from the PHARMACY
terminus of the
-1rcu in 6 to 14 days. 50c- ,
electric car iin. It has a beautiful
By Ladi s' Aid Presbyterian frontage 'on Big Bayou 'and will be 1 06 S. Pala'foxStreet, Pensacola, Fla.
i Notice to the Public. -made a summer residence section _
L. Wilkinson formerly with L. provided of course the lots be -
That's why we give : & Co., is now connected S Church on Tug'Monarch disposed' of by the company' which it -
time and attention to the firm of Wm. Johnson, & Son is has
stated so 'far mst with much L. C. Smith & Bros.
of our business. b3 glad to have his friends success' especially in disposing of h
We realize how him .at any time. i sites for summer homes to, :Ala-
I strain is given the WM. JOHNSON & SON.. i tamian S Visible Typewriter.

.e give them extra Leaving Palafox Wharf at 10.a The company was format about a p

strand 'he strain. HOLY LAND I m., returning at 5 p. m. '. year ago with' a capital stock of Machines sold rented and ex- 'f
cloth-s! for the boys : DREW IMMENSE CROWD $100,000. It is composed mostly of changed. Descriptive matter'. mil.
made I Visiting all points of Interest.- Selma parties the ofiicers being A. ed upon application. \'

Their: st'le and Chas. E. Hartkoff's lecture I I R ef res h m e nts.ADMISSION : A. Ericson. president; R. Richard Use them once and you wiUUiave I
tickle the boy too. Holy Land." drew an Im .. vice-president and David A. Frank, no other.
$$10.00. crowd to St. Joseph's church' ----- secretary and treasurer. The gentlemen
night and before "he lecture saw the possibilities of the L. S. BROWN

standing room was at a: 50c place! and purchased the entire grant. ,
The lect re was illustrat- It is stated that the Street Rail- Pensacol_. Fla. ,;
Is= I 173 beautiful stero-ptican way Company will extend its electric 201 Thiemen Building.
was extcemely: interesting and line so as to touch Beach
throughout and Iiaiven.Don't.
was high. ,I
!I by those in attendance. Llchthonne Which I. Without
I[ the close of the lecture Father aLight let the baby suffer from eczema -
II I| announced 'that he will de of It. Own. sores or any itching of the skin. 'NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

OUTCLASS AND 'I a' lecture illustrated with stere- The most extraordinary of, all light. 'Doan's lintment gives instant relief

New Stock--Only I views upon the Passion soma! houses is to be found on Arnish rock. ,cures quickly Perfectly safe for children.

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 i I shortly alter Easter. Stornoway bay'a rock -wklcb is separated All druggists sell it.Properly : .. IK'I.A WVEPCL Pnr1. .,.. ,nfa 8 ..., H.m.a. -Sf. MOM 1St.
from the island of Lewis by a
----- -- ---- -- )I La channel COO) feet is in ,,_ ----- ---.--- .
---- Grippe and Pneumonia.. over wide. It the Boiled to
TURTON &. I II I often follows) la grippe Hebrides Scotland. On this rock a To boil meat so as to retain the juices ____w_

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE [ >r follows.the use of Folly's conical beacon is erected, and on its and soluble salts and yet cook it sufficiently -

kodak Supplies. Finishing lor I 1 I I and Tar. It cures la grippe summit a lantern Is fixed from which it should' be plunged into boil GORDON BROWN.t-t i
I and prevents pneumonia and night after nfght, shines a light whichIs ing water end boiled rapidly for about &
---- ---
I on. Ask for Foley's Honey seen by'the fisficrmen far and wide. ten minutes. After this fast 'cooking
R. K. ;
i and refuse any, substitute of. Yet there Is n burning lamp In thelantern the kettle must be pushed over to the .
Hatchmiktr, Manufacturing I: Mr. G. Vacher of 157 Osgood and rio attendant ever goes( to back of the.fire, where its contents will

Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. I r writes: "My wife had a It, for the simple reafeon that there is simmer gently.: This tends to coagulate HARDWARE
I case of.la grippe three years: to attend wigkt'G 1 train COMPANY.
--- no lamp to no the outer rind of the meat so that
I and it left with terrible
: a and no aU well to replenish.,
t the Juices-cannot escape. meat is
She tried a bottle of
TERSELY i Foley'aI The way in which this peculiar light treated ia tSig manner the inside will
and Tar it her
and gave imme-
Quinine"W.I relief. A 50 cent bottle cured house is illuminated ,is. bis: ''"On the be found J icy'and tender but if the .

cough,, entirely." Refuse substi island of LewIs 500 feetjor: so away, meat allowed, to boil it will be found ,
B H and W. U. is a IIgbU ouSe..and frpma: window in
I W. A. D'D'Alemberte druggist hard and chippy the goodness havingAll
ville Tenn.. are among r the tower a stream 'of'light Is projected boiled out of itBritain' Mill. Supplies Iron Pipe and Fittings,
vs'tors! in the city. I on a mirror in the lantern on the

MonroeSmith little ![ summit of AmIsh rock. These rays Oldest Office. Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,

M! Smith. is quite sick at I : REWARD are reflected 'to an arrangement of The oldest office under'the crown Is Barbed Wire Nails BoatSpikes }

of the latter's brother reward will be paid for the prisms and by thelr action are converged that of lord high steward, which was ,

:13 East Romana street and delivery to the sheriff of to a focus outside the lantern,. in existence before the time of.Edwardthe Tarred Roofing; Building Hardware .
I from which they diverge in the necessary Confessor-:indeed., some authorities .
A. LIschkoff has! gone to county., one Renols, ,
on a business visit of I: Description; .Height 5 feet. direction." say that it was' instituted by Offa Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery.

ec-ks duration. During 11 inches; weight about 160 or The consequence is that flnlllnteDts.and : .J in:151..: Fore. long period this official
!tf; will purchase a large ; bright mulatto with med purposes a lighthouse exists which was,second''only to the king and the

Jtwelry. I large*eyes. Has scar on upper has neither lamp'nor: lighthouse keeper office was for some time hereditary in >

The man who has idle I the right of nose and when last and yet which gives_ as, serviceable: a certain, noble families.-Tit-Bits. SPECIALPRICESTOTHETRADEMail

just as anxious to find an he wore a blue faded jumper .. light taking into'account the requirements :

for it as the idle man a gray cap a new pair of No. of the locality, as if an elaborateand Hi Expectation."I .- Orders Promptly Shipped.

I If von are looking for 1 sharp toed shoes. Reward to costly lighthouse' with lamps service suppose" said his friend "that
by J. A. Richbourg & Co.. bedroom,_living storeroom Telephone No.
a mai-or for a man I '. room room when the investigatiop.tukes: place you 767.
the want ads. will help )' Fla. ,, oil room'water' tanks and 'all will be represented counsel."

Every business firm other accessories were,erected on the "Yes," ,said the statesman "and I
He MIsundeT.tod- T
resented in The Journal's summit of...the rock.. suppose I'll be 'misrepresented by the J
Simpson-Sam, Is It true that you
ter Edition. It Is going to I opposing counsel"The
chickens The
: your neighbors ? flexible sole ., ,
OF o
mer and will) be a good THE ISLAND FIRE.
Is'o, sab frlcazees 'em. Beautifuland
: ; .
meat for Pensacola. All NI&htahacJ

be sent In as soon as } discontent. Java's Wonderful Lake of Boiling :The deadly nightshade in Italy' and Red Cross Shoe ";, ;
no man was ever Mad and Slime.
< Spain is the emblem falsehood. It is c-.k as natural a '
There will be .-
a special the world who did his duty In -
of members of the First I : The greatest natural wonder in Ja8oIf probable l that the poisonous, character e life Is what they
tonight: at 7:30: o'clock to not in the entire world is the Justly of the plant had'something to do with say of our

question of calling! a celebrated Gheko Kamdka Gumko or the symbolism. r 0
members of the church Home of, the riot Devils known to the

requested to attend. [ PROVESITS world as the Island] of Fire. This geological FOLLOWING
Southern Hotel singularity Is really a lake: of 0 ,,, Photographstt*
boiling mud situated at about the cen-
I's'thms. St. Louis; W. MERIT. proved the Good Thing and Holds.
Cf X W Holley. ter of the plains of Grobogana and is Fast to It 0 after seeing them..You'll .

S marker: City; T J. I called an Island because the great emerald A young preacher found the change 0 : sayfr' so.,
S Texas; Chas D. sea of vegetation which surroundsit from life on the home farm to the _

|'A D. A. McLean, SALE OF "AMERICAN gives it that appearance. The island city and college very trying, especially _
A Rowe U 'S. S. Texas; : BEER INCREASED Is about two miles In circumferenceand the transition from the wholo..-.. me '

Cincinnati! Ohio; G. T. TWENTY.FIVE PER Is situated at a distance of almost country food to the boarding-house 5'- Kodak -
.S4StIn. Tex I exactly fifty miles from Solo. Near the. fare How he solved the food question -
freak Immense is interesting.
A new center of this geological
carpet will 'N
W floor of the United I SEASON. columns of soft hot mud may be seen "I soon** came to face a serious 'DevelopIng and
problem, he "I to decline
began -
Toom, taKingthe continually rising and falling like great says
place of could be no more signal proof in health grew thin in flesh enables nurse to finishing done in a
line which is timbers thrust through the boiling sub
badly worn. I than the rapidly increasing and weak in body and mind. The hurry and cheaper
ments of and then be her feet for
the hands again
room stratum by giant on
: American Queen Beer. That is doctor diagnosed my trouble as indigestion !: than at any other
'e-tentay. and a ] unanswerable] unassailable quickly withdrawn. Besides the phe- but was unable to give me hours at time
made at a place In the
once. A nomenon of boiling mud columns there city. ,
!hum If you have ever doubted the Jeli?t. I tried patent medicines with
\" Placed has also been of the berr this should be are scores of gigantic bubbles of hot the same result., I was weak and with comfort Hall orders given !

outside the ? ", for your: otoubts. slime that fill up like huge balloons and growing1 weaker, and had no capacity prompt attention. I
Among the series of constant explosions for study.: For 4 I fought a
prominent can't possibly fool the people keep up a years If our pictures/
ttQrl! to tha city Its good or bad qualities the Intensity of the detonations varyIng hard battle-fought it poorly because The Red Cross shoe 'pre can't suit )
you. youcan't
"ouglass Franks and : apparent so when with the size of the bubble. In of my physical and mental condition.! vents the burning and
(ur, both "A Tostum Cereal calendar fell into -' aching be suited.
Kew York. grow as gradually and as vast. times' past, so the Javanese authorities
f'ngagelt (In the marine I is the case with American say there was a tall spirelike column my hands.. I hung it over my'': caused by stiff soles, for its We say the sam

you may depend upon It the of baked mud on the west side of the study tabla. It bore the Inscription diL' _,1 LL of our prices.
have found a superior article. 'Brains Repaired' across the face. 1 flexible sole bends with the
t which belched a
It yourself! We can and do lake constantly pure used to lean back and gaze at it''
the but this has long The heel made of the
stream of cold water
t""YS.R" &!
mo this as a pure whole- when weary with study. till at last it : KauffmannROMANA
I beverage for the home, for the been obliterated and everything Is nowa occurred to me that my -brains needed elastic leather takes
same jar.
..... 2Sc mud and ,
1roaCo141DOlieDay.Qob il2 Dn'S( ;.rC healthy and the weak. seething mass of bubbling repairing. Why not try
i, slime. a marvel to the visitors who Nuts food and se what it Grape'I i off the spine. The Red Cross, AND PALAFOX

come from great distances to see It. for me? I acted on the thought be- t
shoe is noiseless.. It is excel- Pensacola Fla.Nick's
mw ritf ginning a few months ago.
n n t
i IUmim
Towns Made While You Walt. "Gradually I found that it was making lent for all kinds of and
In the ,clearings the log house Is a me stronger and better. Then I. wear

rarity because the portable sawmill decided that as Grape-Nuts was helpLg --: weather. Stylish' as well as
TONE IS THE TELLTALE! 11il goes* along with the timberman and me I would step coffee and take, ; Buffet and
slits the log into framing and boardsfor on Postum. This I did, and the two comfortable.Let .
wait. And are s'.reply! :: working wonders! And!!
the while
dwelling- you fit
the people are even in touch with the while the improvement has been only I us you. 0 CR Restaurant!

ft You judge a piano by its tone, for tone is the unearring index that tells 1.i world. If they have no time to plant grtiJual .it is permanent. I do not I, Oxfords t .
and then
: few days
rain a little for a Is the only place of its
whethera, piano is good or bad. It because of \ \11' telephone poles they nail the insulatorto lapse back-I keep! what I gain. ffJ.oo, I. kind In Pensacola, la tact

E : trees and run the wire through the "From the use of the two. Grape- Shoes (rsfj 't'
woods. In the old days of the plains Nut and Postum Coffee. I have acquired \(!Ilglz
1 Marvelous Tone Qualities I irestT the town was born when the quickened vitality capacity ... $J.50

saloon the smith shop and the corner for' harder work clearer and more energetic -

P! That the Kranich- & Bach. Packard Lester Cassell and Clutter Pianos g store threw open their doors. In this mentality and can study bet- A Pride to
m northwest the community springs Into tf"r. My flesh has become firm and Boston Shoe Store
is with the
i have become so widely popular. Such tone only possible gf existence with everything ready for healthy and to-day I weigh more

j finest made pianos. When you buy buy the best-easy to buy easy to pay: 13 the dally life of Its inhabitants. Not than for"pastor years before.of the I am1 Christian a 'new Fashionable Foot Fitter, Pensacola.Larger.

_. J only are the stores prepared for trade man. -
---_ Church I Christ from the pul-- Palafox Pensacola Fla. cannot
"' Is awaiting the preach 117 S. cities ,
t but the schoolhouse ,
,: Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. invites to pit and In my pastoral work as a boast of a better equipped;
?-:1 &Isle Hous.ln Cutter Music House SaTGEO. children the church Sunday man among men I also preach place. The service Is ttttJ
;: F'rid_, PENS worship and it Is strange off the the town G'rap Nuts and Postum. I have SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES best that can. ha hd. >
newspaper does not/come pressto proved! them to be good. and am
6 W. C. CLUTTER Tres. B.-.E. CLUTTER Sec. i't its readers within a month or so holding fast to themName given Buy Diebold Safes.

,*__,* after the birth: of the future city.-OutIng by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Nick Apostle Proprt

r ,Magazine. I A' 10-days trial is easy. Scarritt Moreno, Agent* ,

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c. $ .. ''thattne f faw'aTa: whole 'Is above suspicion HQ has declared: himself a, candidatefor 7 *"" HHIII ...."'

fjl ... ; let Mr. Hadley so deal,with.!, re-election on the platform-"a it WHERE THE JOURNAL

& iibt! 3maiaonfuatN4 NEWS AND VIEWS this question !that the people w 11 en.; man Is as' young as he feels." People CAN BE :
rvI '* FROM STATE PAPERS -* tertain a like .favorable" opinion of itst who 'talk: about age and age limitations : FOUND.

administration Jf he brings this multl., ,evidently never have.heard of The Pensacola Journal t
?? Is
,1. ww41frt -- -- & i. H HH-- millionaire Into the court. demonstratin -Senator Pettus. Why he had reached B sale at the following places on :
: chloroforming, according In
that administration of the the time for the city:

:n DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. A Learned Jurist.It law is superior to money, he will renew to the Osler doctrine back in Bay Hotel. $

is reported that C. B. Parkhill of a confidence which is In need of sixty..t.hree-about the time he was 5 Coe's Book Store.

4 tem': PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. the supreme court of this' state will ,renewal. ,Should he, on the other performing madcap pranks of daring it! Depot Newt Stand, :

be a candidate to succeed himself. ,hand suffer,' the plutocrat to defeat in .defense of Yicksburg. He was( If Gem Book Stor.
:;t ...BY. This fact will b gratifying to the the court he will discover his present a )young officer then. fighting with the : 1 5' Hotel Escambla. :

people of Florida as Judge Park- victory to be us Dead Sea fruit; for Confederate army. It' seems that the "C IC (i'r'ii2IIJ' a Merchants Hotel.
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. II hill Is recognized as one of the most the people will have lost faith in the situation' had become desperate; volunteers % i"1I''t it Southern Hotel.Thompson's t

rh 1 _- ---- ---- learned jurists of the state, a brilliant probity of th> methods of gaining It. "were called for a forlon hopa. 'P 1$ Bock Store. :
; t orator and a gentleman of high ideas A brigade of reckless Texans offeredfor 'C' MIfjIih' .
!In, 7t: FRANK L. MAYES. President and General Manager. and conscious dignity.-Ganesville! the service and Pettus offered to ...

Sun. : lead. And he did lead-led where ETt4r'
tii v ; :
-. S ., THE SENATE'S OLD.MAN. ; :- i'Jj MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Sicked 'em on. tit rBirmingham t- the 'column hi* six- feet four looming e

:. y.Pc' -_- --- t'? Cor. in N. Y. Herald ti .large In froot. that protruding lower 1*; "1i 1// LegalldvertisementsBIDS
.- The Times-Union and the :MetropolIs jaw set on taking those works at
"sicked" us little fellow's on the i li? j, --
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1-U 7f HH:4 any cost. Where that tall figure rose .C FOR UNIFORMS.

:i:4: :J One. Year.$5 00 Ono Month......4 ......... 45 governor-and did not. some It is hardly"sickedThis credible and that 'black straight mane waved .. t\\\4;\ \ f g IP Sealed bids will be received by thi

"J :; ;1 Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................. 10 that taper the governor charged the ,whole! A unique thing is happening down thesa -Texans followed. They lovea(: Board of Safety at the ClerICs offitt!!
.. Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year..?! OC state with bein'j subsidized here In Alabama-unique in history him for his daring and when all was until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoca
j* press The people, unanimously want Edmund done and they learned that he was April 4th. for summer uniforms Of tlu
since he knows of many whose ed-: Winston Pettus to continue to from Alabama and not from Texas E Police and Fire Departments of tl
t e
: : The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a ,Detailed torials sentiments .are not purchasedor eer>e them id the United States Senate they Insisted on adopting him for City of Pensacola samples of clot to

r'fi."PI: -;, purehaseableMontlcello, New as long as he lives. Yet' they are their state and by one acclaim he be submitted with bids. The right to
4 l'! Circulation, Statement Can Be Secured. S C preparing hold an election to decide -I vas christened "Old -Texas" Pettus' ; i-; Itj reject any and all bids Is reserve

; Will not Tolerate Change., his The, He rode from .
; upon successor. reasonIs was a fortyniner. CHAS. H. BUSS JI3TOr
'' 1 } ', That Hon. S. M. Sparkman will succeed that Tkiiea Senator Pettus's present I Alabama to California on horseback C

*}, Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains himself is a self-evident fact. His term expires, in 1909 he will be with a company of some forty of his I %, '.- .s, e" t NOTICE.
&: I I services: as the representative in con lad then
: Government. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands. e1'6hty-eighf and the "jrav-J r-cighbors- ,He was a mere' Notice Is hereby given that on the
: ? gress of the people of the First Dis.1 yard election" is to.be held because of twenty:eight but he had alreadyhad 14th'day of April A. D. 190, I will,.
iE rict of Florida have been so IJre-eml-f Alabamans think he will n t.live adventures in the Mexican war, $1.50'SAVOY ply to Hon. Henry Bellinger cosm -

PE>:SACOLl.\. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY "MORNINGACH ... 1806I nently satisfactory and so longer than that if as long. But in which he fought. To cross the I SHIRT Judge of Escambla County Flonda., I

every interest that we' do not believe Grandpa Pettus is mighty In Ugnan1.ITe continent on horseback in forty-nine The best Shirt In the for an order authorizing the sal. .
there Is one voter out of twenty who says hg. i is as spry as he was- at when railways were unknown and world for the money-all private sale of the interest of $
projects incorporated which aim to would tolerate Court- sixty and that he to live out I well known was no Tie J
d.i: Slogan of Railroads is a change.-Pasco' I rej men were shades, colors and sizes. Sinnott Wm. J. S nnott. Jo,. G s!;
reach tide point other the' whole another affair.
; at some or ty Democrat jlx: years of term. Pullman palace car
nott Annie M. E. F. Sinnott,
one of which has in contemplation, according WHITE &, NIX Mary: r
: i "On to the Gulf/ Sinnott. Alberta M. Sinnott. Kalh ,
to recent announcements a Should :Declare Themselves. Your Moneys Worth or Your j
E. Sinnott and Lester L.
41k: The Importance of developing the'N')1 line from Winning.; Manitoba to ,the Candidates for the legislature should Money Back. in and to the following! SmnotiBu
nors descrbel
vast commercial ossibllitles of the Texas coast. It goes without Baying declare their sentiments on the state The Sunny Side of Life Phone 790. 29 S. Palafox. real estate to-wit: Lot thirty-fcu
that not a few of the many incorporations drainage scheme and the pardoning of
gulf coast and the prolific region con which have been made will criminals. and voters should know ((34) of the Donoldson Tract. t In city

l314 t tlguous thereto is rapidly impressing never carry out 'In their entirety all thIs ,before promising their suffrageor Off1cL of Pensacola. Escambia County, nor
said tot having
a frontage
southern railroad managers and many the plans declared in their charters exercising it. The position of Tue the of S)
lines are already either building or but sufficient will be fulfilled to lar e--Metropolis is well known as to the OPERA HOUSE feet on of Rosana
increase street by. a depth of 205 feet more of
a Jy transportation facilities pardoning> business. and unless thereIs
contemplated that will eventually result less on. the east side of DeVUer
between the, Interior of the countryand of this
some abridgment
the greatest benefits to this power1 Wm. J. Sinnott. Guardian of "
iriiP In t 28'Iicnty Thos. J.
the gulf ports. the business of high crimes and misdemeanors will Wednesday March
The last issue Sinnott. Wm. J. Sinnott Joe G. S'n.'
T'Z' section in every way. which has increased so wonderfully increase and life and property made
M. E. P
of The :Manufacturers Record contained ;within the last ten years and which less secure.-njacksonville Metropoila.S 1: Years of SensationalSuccess. Sinnott Mary Y. .
Sinnott, Alberta M. Sinnott. Kathleea
the following article upon the continues to grow with surprls1ngrapid.lty. *J CBurr's .
I E. Sinnott and Lester L Sinnott.
subject which will be read with in. a- March 6. 1906.
4 Hon. R. Hudson Burr might chalen Denman Thompson's Greatest ,of
terest by residents of The Deep Waster IA! new all night bank has been es 6 General Bally of Monticello.The 14thmaroaw4w.Aattachment.

City: iablished- Chicago.: All night faro [ general was never known to refuse Plays Notice.

;M On to the gulf! 'would seem to be the banks have !been among the attractions a challenge. Here's Mr. Burr's Notice is hereby given of the Institution -
railroad enterprises Ocala Banner. i The Old Homestead
\ clogan in opportunity.-
of the Windy City many : of an attachment suit by Mrs.
Since the 'United C *
In the south today.
E. B. Hester against Reginald Hester.
(States,gave assurance that a Panama .moons. Tommus"a Candidate. Denman Thompson's Own and Only, in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial -
.ty canal canal would be constructed theowneI'3 T. J. Appleyard' the rotund editorof Company Including Circuit. State of Florida. in and.
of existing lines which the Lake City Index and I
our secretaryof for Escambia County and the said
;f1k reach ports on the Gulf of Mexico Advertising the State Press Association as and all other persons interes-
have been stimulated to Improve their well as secretary of almost everythingelse u '" DOUBLE QUARTETTE
Always Profitable ed are required to appear to the action
; tTh.' facilities and the projectors of new : has.become candidate for Rail- Under the Ian "men t of Franklin on the 2d day of July A. D. 1906. K.

railways are now Inspired to prepare Shakespeare advises to "give to a road Commissioner. Mr. Appleyard is Doctor-Your heart seems affected. l& Thompson. P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff.
:i;. i :their plans also with a view toward gracious message an host jf a broad-minded man and one who hasa Miss Antique.:-Why: r-I admit that 1 i Curtain 14maroaw3m.
8 o'clock eharp.
stJ .. ( handling freight destined for a marine large number of friends in all see- kdmlre Mr. BaJdtop. but I couldn't call It ,
tongues; but if your Is a 10:30 clock.
message love quIte Carriages :
4! routela the great interoceanic wa tions of the state and they will give yet.t NOTICE.
A I of these :Want Adv. you can only do this by PRICES-25, 50 75c and $1-No higher
ii94 terway. The most him loyal support In his race for this In, the Office. of m. Country 'We"Wnere Notice Is hereby given to creditors.
i1rP ''new projections "is the extension of printing It in a paper with a host of position which they believe he is Is the edltorr legatees, distributees and all othr
..4'ii the Florida East Coast Railway to readers. thoroughly capable or filling with ability "H '. in the back room writing a 1etu. having claims or demasdi
Key West. how conspicuous chiefly and credit-Tampa Herald. from Panama." persons
ti agafnst the estate of Emma Fitzpa'nek -
$iU {because of its daring engineering,and' "He that wants money means'and P The Great Fox deceased, to present .the same

'? il J construction; which challenge wind and content ,Is without three good Walkover for Congressmen. within two ((2)) years to the under
;IiJ-- wave although the future will probably It seems to be a walkover In Flor.
> friends; and yet the want ads. can signed, who has taken out letters testamentary
'ltr1 find it more notable in facilities ida for her three,congressmen this upon the estate of the said
to all three of them.
:j4 for reaching Havana and the isthmian you year as there are,practically 'no op- deceased..

canaL The starting of this work now Franklin jonents yet la sight, and 4t will be J. C. GREEN. 'Executor.
When was publishing a
well under way has been followed by i Sparkman Lamar and Clark agaln.II .- February 14, 1906. Ufebou'S.DIRECTORY.
>-,K* divers announcements of schemes to newspaper the want &ds. %ad not jet Jacksonville Metropolis.,

;-1 ii build other lines to points on the gult come'Into fashion or use, so he wrote *

jmi 'none, ot course so far seaward as "If you would know the value of II Late Getting Busy.

Key West but each and'every one I money go out and try to borrow R. Hudson Burr who went In witha

t14451; presenting inducements more or ,less seme.", Nowadays Franklin would whirr 'bobs up after two years of

Inviting to persuade railroad construction innocuous desuetud as a member, of Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. O*. F.
41i i: thither. But there are also other not have to "go out" to borrow moneyhe :he railroad commission and,proposesto Joppa Lodge. Nb. 6, I. O. 0 F,

'Uiflw transportation plans looking gulfward ,could secure ,It. through a defeat that body's record of masterly meets every Tuesday evening' at 7.I

3 *fJ and which are not yet carried out Business Opportunity/, advertIse- Inactivity. :Mr. Burr 'challenges o'clock at Rafford Hall West Gardu

4n'.4 that were conceived and Incorporated ment. Editor Harris, of the Ocala Banner to St. Visiting brethren are cordially i*
i (be*' :.' *extension of the Flagler line a Joint debate' respecting the merits vited.
Visible and InvisibleTYPEWRITERS
..i3kt: bruP! v Thus the advantages of the sAI want advertisement In these and usefulness of th&commission the \.- T. H. FLEETWOOD N. a

)44i tidewater outlet .for railroad jreightsiir' ,columns "canvasses; the city" with challenge being called forth by the J. W. GINGLES Sec.
: via the Gulf of Mexico were early paper's criticism of'the work or'lack
s realized and the number of new railroad your proposition; and. if no returns ot work-performed by the commis- .iI I II 31Jan6m. _ _

,4 :) j plans based upon that realizar come to you' there is something sion. The Hon. R. Hudson ,had bet ,, Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.
: tion testifies to its value which will have for sale and rent at all times *
j wrong with your opropost Ion. ter stick to his original weapons of meets every Monday evening at
,ifJl ::4 3>e greater than ever on the completion warfare-boiler plate. ,which the any of the following makes: o'clock at their temporary Castle HaJ
irs of the canal. One of the most You oton't have to advertise to find country editor will cheerfully publish. !"o'etJeal. But Tim". 5.ee.ary.Swtllluigton FOX over l-ou' stable. W. Intendencj: **.

z Tecent projects for a line of any magnitude -.poor tenants-they are looking for "at so much yard.-Lakeland Sentimental He:-JLh! would I might bit ; Who did Wag CareleWbavB UNDERWOOD Visiting brethren cordially welcome

'it' \ to tha gulf is that of the Au- lOUr property. But good tenants are Xews.C ,torever your! side In this beautiful moonlight in her auto party: I Ij I SMITH J. A. KIRKPATRICK c.

i' t :gtJ1ta & Florida Railroad Company Practical She-Well.' j[Wellington lawyer a surgeon,, a,' FOYSCHOLESBL1CKENSDERFER H. HORSLEE. K. of R. &; S
more coy-you have to look for them. you might marry
Fi. '\\hlob proposes to connect several existing fl Ht ;J toe. purs* and a doctor J
small railroads in Georgia by .Sentimental Ue-Tc5---er-eC Ratnbone Lodge. :;.
-i courae; tat
'- 44 ;building links between them and thus! "A: Castle after all. It but a house THE PEOPLE VS. tai afraid the- r-.-moonlight, wont laatShrvr Also good second. hand. machines always 30 K. of P., meeta everYTli'ursday
------ --
r 1 secure a very direct and advantageous thedullest_ one when lacking com J. D. ROCKEFELLER .t-' on hand. evening at IO

.1' I "' route to tide en the gulf. Still'pany." It your "
L others are those of the Birmingham find some lodgers through the wanl' g. Memphis Commercial-Appeal MACHINE IN EXCHANGEFOR Castle Hall over Pou it-

I Columtkus & Andrews Bay Railway: ads. 51 A NEW ONE. ble, W. Intendencia street.
,and of the Atlanta & Gulf Railroad H T HH''I-" Phone 380. Visiting knights are to*!

1 w A both of which are building lines. one The Inverness Chronicle has entered Corner Government and DeLuna Sts. dially welcomed.
: 1 to connect the great iron center ,)f Reports of Attorney General Had- J.D.KIRKC.CC.J.LEVYK.ofR.&S. -

'4 \tAlabama. With the coast and the other the arena as the champion of Governor ley's success in obtaining admissionsfrom F. B. BRUCE _
4r114 to *give the capital of Georgia a similar Broward. In its last issue that
of Coumbu!
Henry H. Rogers credit the Missouri Knights
+ tr ; connection. At Pensacola Fla., paper says: Meetings of the
I there are two or three projects one prosecuting attorney with en-
F2 I Those who are so persistently abusing Knights of Columns:
t'f t ; for making'a connection from the and deriding' Gov. Broward you tertaining an idea of Abandoning> his are held at their ta-1.:

Central of Georgia and another for 'will notice are the same people who pursuit of John! D. Rockefeller. CO'FFEElWe : No. 8 West Intendea-
tWr' building a line from :Memphis.: In .
are always saying funny and witty: "With the convincing testimonyfrom cIa street, on eTe"7
,Alabama there are still other plans things in disparagement of Senator Monday en ening *t
:rc \conceived for building from Binning the mouth of Mr. Rogers says 4nvltation
rJ'4 Tillman, 'Gov.Vardaman., and other 7:30 o'clock. As: -
'3r bam to the gulf. and in LMlssisslppiIst'ifl true Southern men of ability and in- the report; "the presence on the wit- are the Pioneer U extended

; several companies have in view south.- tegrlty. ness stand of John D Rockefeller Is Coffee Roasters of to visiting Knight
t1 ', era outlets to the sea. One of the
not necessary to the success of lIr.Hadley's Florida.
progressive companies In the latter Mar Hamburger Jr., President! and ? West EDM. FOX. Grand Knight-
i.a'Mrj4 state is the Gull & Ship Island Railroad cause.. Recorder.
General The
which already has facilities at Manager- of Mobile Her- (Perhaps this Is true. Perhaps Mr. t ,

*5ThL1 Gulfport of no small capacity and aid 0>., Is a candidate, for the Ala- Hadley can make out his case with. : Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. O. F.

l*;! which Is extending its railroad lines. bama senate. Mr. Hamburger is not out calling Rockefeller to the stand; .McHUGH'SBLENDS Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F,

1ji The Mobile Jackson & Kansas City only one ,of. the shining lights of Alabama but there is another case. besides the / Am ETtdenee.Horoer meets every ThursHar "veninp: at 7'3J

4dt Railroad, which has lately completed journalism, but is a man qualified one being prosecuted. It is the peo Leigh Mugge-You say: you were at the new hall on West Garden!

frt'j! 'its road northward to Oliddleton, In every way for the high post ple's case against John Rockefeller, A Wife'. ; Tenn., Is also governed by an enterprising richest man in the world. Moa r. you going to- make a Jury believe that invited. E. GREENBLATT
? i-t'eI spirit and may be expected tion to which he aspires. The Journal Mr. Hadley has the case of the state M.... Cull-I am very careful about my Mrs. MUSSP-Ob. I'U have :you exhibited will convince the connoisseur J. NEVILLE, Secretary
t -iw.i: to buUd other extensions. Its port extends Its best wishes for hs! of Missouri vs. the Standard Oil Com cooking. The way: to reach a mans heart In court

g4' 5j as Indicated by the name of the cornI.I success lpan}". lEtuing its progress another I Is through his stomach. that we Daughters of Rebekah.
i Mrs. L Nary-Yes: and the way to reach Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of
pany. Is Mobile. The Mississippi Central case sprang Info existence. It Is the '
; make
hla pocketbook la through,bis heart. no extravagant meets Monday night
Rebekah every
Is also extending. In Louisiana The baseball season will icon open People vs. John Rockefeller.. and !
a"4t the line of the Louisiana Railway & It Into claims. at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F ball VIst.Ing -
and great mortality ,1s expected Mr. Hadley having brought exIstence sIsters cordially invited to be pre-
r Navigation Company Is fast approaching among 'the relatives of the average and being a representative, and
4It New Orleans and upon its completion servant of the people. Is In duty ,,- ent.
small in a- WITKOVSKI.MISS .
another railroad there will boy : consequence. bound to prosecute it to a finish. The Wholesale and ,RetaflGROCERS MRS.: B.KENDR1CK.R. Sec.

,k'J J !lave attained a gulf outlet. The Kansas If John D. Rockefeller had to people's law court given authority by WILLIE
City Southern Is also said to be pay them for their protection life liberty M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first ant
rates for that
T reaching out quietly to enter the same space everything is property and the pursuit of happiness third Wednesday evening at 7.30 f

'- 4 city and the construction of a newT 'printed, about him be would soon bs commanded Mr. Rockefeller to m.. Rafford Hall No 10. West late

) line which is recognized as a branch a bankrupt. appear before It. Had the command dencla street.
4 & for that company. Is already under been issued to the ordinary citizen It and :all kinds of Feed A. G. FELL Pres.

it: : way. The New Orleans' Great Northern The Miner' Inch. would have been obeyed but it was Stuffs.PlutoWaJer. JI,. SWEENEY. Sec.

;.4 Is another important project. In California the miner's Inch.Is the addressed to the richest man in the

eJ Moreover the Colorado Southern.New flow of about 8.796 gallons of water 1 world who should have given, obedience W. O. \,.

: Orleans & Pacific Railway now building per minute. Fifty miner's Inches are with even more alacrity,than the. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. \V.

ta"1: between DeQuincy. La., and Baton equivalent to one cubic foot per sec common citizen. I. : meets In Pythian Hall 1st and :!1

hfr Rouge is authorized to build a branch ond. The most common measurementIs But Mr. Rockefeller: selected the Wednesdays In each month. VlsIt.sI
directly southward to a point on the under of four other course. He set 'between h'm: sovereigns cordially invited.
a mean
c4t4; Louisiana gulf coast. Other companies pressure and this mandate from- the people'slaw F. A. BOGHICH. C. C.
int in Arkansas as well as In Louisiana through an aperture two Inches his great wealth and from behInd Wholesale and RetaiL LESLIE E. BROOKS.. CerlWoodman' .
high and two inches above the bottom ,
:: ? na which propose to build lines like-. he bade defiance to the people'sinstitution. -
'Wise aspire to reach tidewater through of the box the plank being one and a The battle Is clear
.1'it' the latter state. In Texas it Is Port quarter Inches thick and the height of only too well defined. It, Js the poo-<< New Orleans W. O. W. C.. Oaljfcroye, No.I.l
:r'5 Arthur and Galveston which the new water above the aperture three Inches pie's law and their courts on the one Grocery Co I Woodmen Circle meets every Thcr

roads mostly endeavor to reach. In giving mean pressure of four inches. side and plutocracy the other. Flattering HlMielt. day 3 p. In.. 2d floor Pythian Hall o'*

fact the fit Louis Brownsville & Each square Inch of the aperture represents Mr. Hadley. therefore; has in his Mrs. Screch There are very,'few' Hot That KIn< *f a 11&.. Pou's stable on Intendencia strtfj

Mexico Railway, or Gulf Coast Route one miner's inch or about 1.2 hands the moulding of future popular fealty good men in the world. TAre" yon dining think anywhere tonight?* ,! Jas. M Hugh Visiting sovereigns cordially lnn: *

'ttH( has just completed Its extension to cubIC'feet flow per minute.-Maxwell's opinion not of the' law but of its ad- Screecber Yes; you were luck7 to' get :physical Sure.'culture Do yon on&-me J-a-day rm one feOowsr of tbo**] Mrs.-Leona.Langford..Guardian; ; aM. .'"

M Galveston: ., and there are numerous Talisman. ministration. The public convinced :inc. ... ) Phone 1 05. Proprietor; I B. Olsen.

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oa.. i 4 PEOPLE and EVENTS I L, pELT I[ RISING' And ailments many from other which painfnl.and: i most mothers serious

.. Cranberry suffer, can,be avoided by the use ofBREI'ST

I -:: I1ofhlfs! : Fri Id." This great remedy

t.}. Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and ,Special, The .JoiJ 'naL 'is God-send to women, carrying

Delta l'1a.. Mar. 27.-The frost them through their mostcritkal,

. | Women and ot last week did considerable damage ordeal with safety and no pain. d
". Tarry, Society Here and Elsewhere. I to growing. crops in this section. "
. Mrs. AVhftmire and son, frank of No woman who uses "Mother's Friend" need fear the sufferingand 4

. Milton, spent Sunday with her danger incident birth f'orit robs the ordeal of its horror
By E.: NELLIE BECK. daughter, Mrs. W. H. W. Jones. ;
'.>> Telephone 669. ? Mr. ,J, A. McKinnon visited his old and insures safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in.

I *ss *85wax >> :w: u home dJ:)'. DeFuniak Saturday and Sun a condition ,more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is

=---- Sauce A large congregation assembled at also healthy, strong and

- MRS. BREDLER'S RETURN 7//f Journal's>> Olive Baptist church' on Suaaay: to good natured. Our book '
AFTER DEATH OF ONLY Daily : greet,the new /ipastor Rev. E,. C. Clayton MOTHERS!
SISTER AND ONLY BROTHER. : of Flomaton who failed, for some "Motherhood, is worth

The many friends of Mrs. Bredler unexplained reason, to keep his ap weight in gold to every
will ''be glad to know : pointment.The .
of Escanibia ,We have Just received a fresh
return .' from Mississippi woman and will be sent free in plain
hece thaI bto- lot of Cranberry Sauce and it Confederate Veterans of this ,
wht>re she was called severalIllOntID is fine. Made from th3 finest community with their families and envelope by addressing application to FRIEND
by the alarming illness near friends were at DeFuniak
ago berries and sugar. 'Try a Jar. on
hehe Jil ot B<"T only sister Mrs. C. Meux of We think you'll like It. I Saturday. Veterans Day. Bradfield Regulator CO Atlanta,Ga.
Calhoun Miss. Mr Uames Wilson is doubling his
toto Though thought to be'dying at 35 CENTS A JAR. acreage of cane this year with a view

that time Mrs. Meux lingered until also fc> making syrup on a large scale nealsean. .......'."' .......""' ..".""' '''''.........
March 15 when her spirit was re- We have received a .
leas Ir Illness of six months.A kind all prices. was burned in February is rebuilding
SingUlar coincidence connected .,. on the old site. i Fine Steel Rangej
wfbIrs.. Meux's death was the fact t N' SOMETHING NEW The usual monthly services were

:He'i p- Smith Tha her passed only away brother at his Mr.home H. C.in Olive Chow-Chow (Jars) lOcROSENAU&GERELDS Held Mr. Blooofeood Sunday' morning,tJl.e .regular and'pastor evening.of, i $f.OO a week !'

Mobile about two hours before the I ficiating. ,
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Miss Minnie .
death of Txlrs. Meux. Tippin. of Alabama,
atJ. As they were the only brother and who has been on a visit to her uncle : We, will put a Matchless Steel Range Into,your,home for :
J.a sister of Mrs. Bredler the blow was UL' Mr. Cal, Tippin has accepted a position : only one dollar a week. These are all steeL stoves. :

aV.! pecuiiarl* severe, and she will have I at DeFuniak.Miss e .-- 4
V.a the profound sympathy of many ; Maggie Ousley was a weekend 4
11u" Irilends ia this city and throughoutthis guest of the Mises Parazen.9 last'Week : Lined WithAsbestos :

I!ee t.ion. V. The Grocers % -
ll : I Fancy ''Mr. H. D. t -
Mrs. Bredler stopped In Mobile to pavelle, formerally with '
:Ifty lee her brother's wiofow: but Is now : the Escambla Lumber Co., now has a t 1
at her county home at Escambia. Phone. 391m. Pensacola. I stenographic position in the office of 4 4
--+- the Atlantic Coast Line' Railroad Co.. 4

Jr.SI) DEATH IN CAROLINA I at Montgomery, Ala. : and" supplied with 15-gallon reservoir or hot water coIl, :
CF MRS. WILLIAMS'S FATHER.The :Mr. Kirby Jones. met with a painful S as you prefer also with a standard wanning closet. .
3a.of ofr. many friends of Mr. and Mrs. :* **** I accident on Monday while wrestling : They are very economical In the use of fuel-the saving :

H S. Williams will be pained to learn with a refractory horse. His wrist effected in fuel will go t long ways toward the payment .
'J. that :\fr. Murdocfc Black father of PIANOS AND ORGANS. I and hand were badly spraIned.Mr. of the stove. Folding Go Carts $2.50 Willow $10 to $!;o.
inv.- Mrs. Williams, died Sunday evening CASH OR EASY TERMS.i!: Ed.. Jones is suffering from a i i
at his home in Point Caswell. N. C,. All Piano Work Guaranteed. $ severe shaking-up and bruises the 4
v.ea Mr. Black's death was not unexpected .. CLUTTER A RUSHING, $ 'I result of a fall :from' his wagon, due
Jtt. as he has been an invalid and .12 EAST. GOVERNMENT ST., ft *1 the seat giving away. The vehIcle I MARSTON & QU1NA, ft
for several months has been declin PHONE 476. I ; which :was fortunately empty,
passed over his leg 'bruising him considerably
the that he has passed
away ing, yet.is a shock none the less sorrowful *% ** % *s %* i but breaking no bones. 108x110 S. Palafox 'St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. |
The Infant child of Mr. and' Mrs.
the bereaved to
for daughter
,tIrs.- whom' general sympathy will be ex George Alford died Monoay morning. *........t<>............***.**.***.A...**********Mt;
tended. \._ A4 ,D and supplemented! 'by a d delicious :A': number of the farmers in the -
-+- light luncheon. community have lost hogs that were Fine lot of Diamonds at' exceedingly
ere running on the marsh, from a: disease for few Ask
Those' a days only. .
! U. D. C. DELEGATESTO playing were Mr. Cassagne,
dlnd resembling cholera. Diamonds them.J. .
ORLANDO CONVENTION. MissCarrie, DTAlemberte Miss Bessie I
Mr. Leon Williams Is at Milton this
Jeat.- At the recent regular meeting of D'Alemberte Mr. George Marzoni, F.. AVIS. 213 S. Palafox St.SCREENS .
, ppnsacola Chapter U. D. C. four Miss Lena and Miss "Sophia Bowes, week attending court.
Mr. Mrs Marvin Merritt and -
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Miss Winnie Fauna Mr. John Bowes
ladies selected as delegates to
onR. the annual were convention which will be S .i \'. .., :. '. Mr. Charlie Cassagne. and Mr.Ratph Infant daughter were' guests of Mrs.Merritt's #____sw_ :)

held in Orlando the first week in i ,'.::'. : '- .- Bowes.. on Sunday mother last.. Mrs. Henry Jones, Put them in before the FLIES and

May. . . fr --+-. These owning lots In the "Whltmlre !"
Peb- into house.
The delegates are get
... cemetery have been putting out flowers
ley chairman; Sirs. II. E. Batts Mrs. WITH MRS. HIRSCRMAN.TIte and otherwise beautifying the I We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. I:

fS. c. S. Bonacker Miss Fannie Cald-- . . 'Married Ladies Euchre met graves of their loved-"ones, since the
L r.da wcll.The .. spring weather commenced.The Supply of BRJCK'now- hand
last evening with 'Mrs. L Hirschman
. president Mrs. A. E. McDavld.
traveling photographer of
one DeSILVA & CO.

:at.ne Howe eorresDondine:and Miss secretary Mary Wittlch Mrs. ,Fred who O is Some sort of a summer wrap.is as best ideas-that of mounting a fine and,airsj.-Goldring had' an enjqjpjble. the time.first prize his the annual harbingers visit of, taking spring,pictures has made of Phone.. ..... .11.....:. ......... v' .H... .G.:....... ............... ...=..........................................

eres.- Mate registrar; ex-officio delegates, necessary for the' little folks as for white lawn over a colored silk slip, in ::1 ipatten.J"8lm.dOW'.JTraTlIlrschmah embroidery the all the schools and a number of the
will also go. the grown-up's and thosa of wash fabrics this instance pink The Val. lace Insertions the hoste j won homej In the community.
second four 'I lc& !
:lId The Daughters are to be congratulated are found to be the least expensive in the broad collar and ths ; Mr, John Gates, overseer of the
upon their place of meeting. and every bit. as pretty; in fact little. full skirt, stand out prettily over ;Mrs Gab Hbrsch.of Natchez Miss., Pensacola'-Ferry.. Pass road has done Flemish Lotus- Dresden
Orlando is not only a beautiful town than lining reaches won the".guestprize. > a pretty Christyh'ea.d. Highland ,
prettier in many instances those the color. The silk seme good 'w ork: in the way of cleaning
Sw fcm is noted for the wealth culture wool or even silk affairs which never only to the hem of: the coat and the A dellghtfal luncheon' ; was< served. ; the, highway. of unsightly and Winthrop and Old Saxony linen pa'pers of the Eatoa.
and hospitality of its people. andjL'dgng look the same After a. visit to even deep! ruffle of a fine Swiss embroidery The nextmeetlng1"1ll" be= 'with 'Mrs.Goldring. dangerous stumps. Twotone manufacture. There are the prettiest and best we
: from history nothing will belfr'U&donthaUcould the best 'French laundress. This illustration makes an appropriat finish,,here "a.s. Mrs. Libia. 'nppllspent Saturdaywith Hurlbut .
r J>a;accomplished 'gives Dn.e'of the season's well. as'on tie, collar. 'ijF./ I friends at the, Brown House. De know of-50 cents a box.cce
for the comrort.convenience' ,S.. at Funiak SpringsMrs. / *
entertainment of the visiting Daugh( MISSIONARY GREETING "Will Rutherford has recently : ,'& Elo :>k..s"tpre.

ters. Mrs. J.- O. Bessent, 'chairman; Mrs. border county of :Scotland; .is' a,' glorIcus FOR 'NEW PASTOR. returned from a visit pf some weeksto 213 South,Pmlfog Street Pfncola.
F.. Martha' Reid Chapter No. 19. U. D \V. T. McNelty; ,Mrs. TjA.. Carroll, 'pla.c .. Near by is the home of EWpybpdy Is'inrtCed to, attend a' her old home. in Santa Rosa county Ph... 235.
::() C of Jacksonville has also appointed Mrs. Walter De Dottes. Mrs. W. J. tte Earl of Minto and A' bottsford, pleasant laftair'-that will be given at :: -

tell delegates some of whom were In attendance Cook Mrs, Frank C. Groover, Mrsi: built, by Sir W.alter,6cort.. indeed the 3:30 Tlmrsday: ..afternoon 1the Mr j,,'WalkerClark, is again circulating ..:__'-"_-__.----------.-- ----------'- ---- 'I
at the convention held hi IL C. Oitrogge and Miss Sallie scene of "The' Lay\of the Last Min Sun/flay'/ school room' of the Palafox among'his-; many;old friends after
inG. this city last year and will be recalled Holmes. strel" ig laid In this-shira. Roxburgh )I. E. Church. f_ his long and serious HInes: DO YOU FEEL LIKE THIS?

with !pleasure by their Pensacola :Mrs.H.. ,C. Oitrogge has written a Castle, betweett.\theisTweeJ' and It Igvfov'be' a "Missionary! Greeting"to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jernigan, nee 1]
friends, especially by the local delEgates song and _composed the music for it, Tevodti was'the-'iroyal residence of' tte..'talentea young missionary, Holy hand, ,who-recOntly stole a marchon MlLLVllW
who will anticipate with added and It is to be sung' at -th% state con- the Saxon 'KfngSEjand the, -Scottish I' Rev If.' Barney Butieir'who has recently their friends' are ,pleasantly. located -
interest their presence In Orlando. vention. Its words and title are: Monarchs, 'and .llelrose 'Abbey.la still I become associate pastor with Rev. la Atmore, Ala. I I.roNlc
1'. The Jacksonville delegates are, "THE FIRST DAUGHTER OF THE one of the most interesting: ecclesiastical i W. Q. Vteeland. -; ptclal-to-27-Mr. and Mrs.
I CONFEDERACY." ruins in the'..old world;;and for I There will be a brief program and. Millview, Mar. and Mrs.
-- --- ---- ---------- daughter
1 frays aai; border forays Roxburgh light refreshments will be served. Fred Scott and
. 0! peerless maid,-whom no longerse : of Wisconsin returned
; -i we goes unmatched. Jacksonville! Me Caswell, all
t.d.. .. tropolis. IN STRI TCONFIDENCE. home fast week. after a pleasant visit
d.e.. Our heais still Cheerisb.: ; 'thee. '>Mrs. Belle Coulter o! DeL .nd, whois : to their son, )Ir. Tred. Scott at
First Daughter pf :cur loyed Confederacy visfting her sister Mrs. John EStiliman Perdido Beach, Ala. ; .
NEW CITY, LADIES' MET will leave for home Thurs A few people from here went to see -

, Lenten WITH MRS. J. C. GREEN., day. Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's the dog and pony show last. week.

,0.r1 Rare Southern flower' !.by angel bands airs. J. C. Green pleasantly enter Advice ,and Help. :Mr. Chas. Seals spent last Sunday
\ attended.- taineid the New City Ladies Club at 'Miss Edna Lawson of Snowdown, with his parents in Pensacola.Mr. .
Jrl When cams the summons' calling Flinch Tuesday afternoon at her Ala., arrived Monday evening and is C. M. Wheat will move to Bay .1.1A

:. thee away, beautiful home in New City, Only I visiting her school.friends the Misses She If.. Guided Thousand to .a1tb.-. Point Fla. next week. Their .many
.a.t. In that sad hour' when1. mortal' life members of the club were: present, Wilkins at Fishervills. As the young How I.ydla E.....kbam'.Vegetable Com. friends regret to see them move away
t.lIo 'Was 'ended! Irdles have not met for eight years like their new
) Specialties and the game was greatly enjoyed as. pound Cared Mr.Alice Berryhill.- 'but hope they will
(Hearts bowed with.grief could only was the delightful luncheon served : their reunion is a very delightful one. home. .

weep and :p8r -_ after it,, including fresh ripe strawberries : Her, charming, hostesses their have guest beguna on Miss Daisy tnge.,of Pensacola, v..s- ton's weight on your
whipped cream, cake, and Jolly time by taking 'It is a great Ited :Miss Llllle Walker last week. She
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Thy soul triumphant' rose to heaven coffee. I the bay, to Muscogee. the light house satisfaction for a returned home yesterday. abdomen a throbbing headache -'

ly portals, -...... and other show places and last night alF'ather woman to feel .Mr. and Mrs. Pratt were visitors inMyrtle feet as if manacled and
t8l' Thy body sweetly sleeps beneath the formeS: an appreciative party that she canjmte
sod MR. AND BOWES'FLINCH Hartkoffs Illustrated tour of to another tellingher Grove Mrs.Sunday.Earnest Glander visited dragging a ball and chain?

,J.l J. Midst songs of: .jrountlegs. glorified : FOR MR. CASSAGNE. the: Holy Land. .. the most private Mr.relatives and in Pensacola Sunday Sure sign of "Spring fever,"
immortals "Mr. and Mrs: Marion F. and confidential
: Bowes entertained 1 returned home
,l1 Lobstersin Thy spirit gained the. 'paradise of a few frien-aS: at Flinch:! In, Mr. Adolph Cassagne of New Orleans details about IMrs. W. F. Lewis week's visit with hersong so called. A tonic blood
t God. honor' of Mr.. Adolphe Cassagne jpf who is visiting his aunt Mrs. \ her illness, and Saturday after a Bagdad and Century.Mr. .I purifier and liver cleanser is
cousin of : M.C.. Fauna on Romana leaves know that her let- at :Milton.
New Orleans Mr. Bowes
half and Grundig, of Chicago, who has what need. Our Crane's
n.1 1-lb. tins. E.
home.Mrs. you
We gave thee Into God's most The game was most i interesting Thursday for ter will be seen by
., ,, 'been looking for a place to buy near
'a woman only. Tonic is
gracious keeping i Spring just that
: ,Monroe Price and daughters 11\1\\ Many thousands here has returned home. We think
To meet again where comes no I t M., At.r
1t.tI" Soft Shell Crabsin thought weeping, i who' have ibeen guests of her sister of cases of female he decided on purchasing a place bottle.The .
Thy name beloved' shall live in Mrs: W. B. Wright left last evening diseases come be- about five mUes fromMillyIew; wnre Birthplace of Prompt Delivery..
song' and story, :for their!' home In Mobile. fore Mrs., Pinkham every year, some he thinks of starting' a stock farm PHINE 1100.
tins.Deviled Linked with the ,annals.of.ourSouth personally. others by mail. ,Mrs.Pink. the near future.
" land' glory."' Miss Far Harris ofumont. TeL, ham is the daughter-in-law Lydia E.Pinkhasn The mills tere, 1rQ. Idle today-out Hooton's, Pharmacy
3 Of() Is expected to-day on. an_ extended 'and for twenty-fire years of logs. we hear. '
VISIT! ., she has been advi&ing sick women his mother. > .
11 AMERICAN' )SOVEREIGNS. Mr and 'Mrs. WV Anderson are free of charge. Quite a crowd attended the dance at
tins. The news that' ''Mr.. and Mrs. 11STOP entertaining their niece .Miss Hawksof Mrs. Pinkham never violates the con Mr. Pratts Saturday nf:ht and reporta ?

- Nicholas Lbngworth,:when they visit Atlanta. fidence of women and every testimonial good time. Warm DaMeafl 1
London in ;Tune are to/ be the guestsof letter published Is done so with We are glad to know work has commenced .
ofht -, '- the seventh Edward at Bucking A small quantity of the Blue Ribbon the written consent or request gt the on the road to Pensacola.\ We,
1 ham Palace 'was conveyed by a London Vanilla flavors psrfectly., Absolutely writer. In order that other sick women hear that it Is. to be put in good condition
Itd"- cable last week. They; will also 'I pure. Goes twice as far and may be benefited as she has been. and when finish**} we will havea j Thirsty Throats I Ii

visit the Duke and Du hess of Marl- the "Blue Rn/bon Flavor" is perfec Mrs. Alice Berryhill of 313 Boyce hard road to Pensacola.
borough (Consuela Vanderbilt), the
lots of work at the new
These are the choicest tion. Tenn., writes: There. Is i
Duke and Duchess, of Roxburghe turpentine camp three miles from rwhich in turn means a
(Goelet) apd the United. States Ambassador OF THANKS. Dear Mri Fi 1\ham- _
CARD here. (Several new houses have been:
'glass two of Incomparable
products sold and we or our
am1 Mrs. Reid. GUESSING '1 desire to express my sincere "Three years ago life looked dark to me. erected.
ldP. (Being"put up" as the English say thaqks to the many friends and acquaintances I had alteration and inflammation of the j soda, or 'a
know they will please at Buckingham Palace, will not be The best place to.buy for their sympathetic feeling female organs and was in a serious condition.
broken down
!1" half bad. The house was built by myself and family My health was plate or two of our match-
I I Shoes of any kind is here. shown towardS and the doctQr'told me that if I was not operated I
th great Duke of' Buckingham and bereavement in the ,
you. -e dun'ng our ,late 'upou.LwuM die within six months.I A ,
was bought by: George III. It was not We have the stock the death of my wife. especially to the K.H. told him I would bar no operation but. j CEJHURY. I less ice cream. There's

... vsed norlllIarn as toyal. residence IV, .but, it by was GeorgeIV re- styles, the. quality and PRICESto .LOdge No. 2503;No.Joppa 4. Lodga and ; Naoma No. 6, Compound.would try Lydia Hdtried E.:: to finkham influence s me Vegetable against : Ij j nothing so satisfying and

-4 Victoria suit all. Call in ahr Pensacola Lodge it but I sent for the medicine that same day Special to' The 'Journal.
ir.odeled in 1823 and Queen } seewhat's
.., No. 10. I., O. O. J. Within five P. : refreshing. :Biscuits
. took of It in 1837 and Lodge and began to uso it faithfully. Century. Mar. 27.-Dr. W; Dey
possession ,
' doing.MEYER Sincerely I relief but wa Dot entirely cured while
day* felt ham his right arm broken, I
her :
,.1 during
continued to reside there time. doughnuts and hot coffee,
DEIATA AND FAMILY. until I used it *w*
EUGENE cars Flomaton.
Sol! Oahn &' Go lifetime it for the and.accommodation made large additions of her numerous to- SHOTCOMPANY March, 27. 1906. Induced'Year several medicine friends is certainly and neighbors fine. to I bar taka climbing Our big between mills ,will goon at have the every morning at 5

and visiting sov it and I know more than a dozen who had new boiler and gang, qwi .in. which. '
Stockholders Meeting. female troubles and who today are as well means more business. o'clock.
ereigns. The green room'J '.meettny of the stockholders I am from using your Vegetabla N. Gilliam cashier 6f the
1&s Th. Pure Food Store, the throne room ,ann) the Feet Furnishers For Folks, The annual and Btronj as !Mr. T.
the town of the .Pensacola Carnival Assoclatlon Compound. Pollard bank. spent -thVday with his
Southwest Craw Palafox' and'InUndendaPhones lery U one are can among get"the'on sights the right side of S 102 S. Palafox St., will be held on Tuesday, JOlt as surely as 'Mrs Berryhill was sIster: Mrs. P. 'Glover. I .
and his majesty Is April 3. 1906. at o'clock p. m. In the cured,will Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable "Where can t get tomato and cab- .
st.sr not at home. P. S.-"Going trp." says PR CE. rooms of the Chamber of Commerce Compound cure every woman fcage plants?* ,1s, tbequestion* la.' our Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
t 460 176 Now being the guest of royalty Is "Going down." says QUALITY .Not Salisbury building. Election of direc suffering from any farm of femal* illc town Just now.
"You'llgo write &rs Pinkham Mlss Ethel Nichols;: of''Atmore: Isspending 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999n
J.'So. naturally rather fjwty. but the Rox- on your life says MEYER. tors. If you are sick
together QUALITY CANNOTand p. F. BINGHAM. Sec. It ii free alIdaiways" help. the ,week, wit)]? *ber cousin
110.... burghes are quite..different Their ; for advice.. ; ", >-"
-- seat F".oorj, Castle ; -fuwborous11, a SHIALL NOT go down,, with Uo" fuL- Mr. Jack Nichols. ; '

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I DeLuna StreetMerchants That summer place: you have HO0TON: &, WATSON.

IS EVERY MAN'SFIRST SALE bean talking about so Ions .

Either of the places, below! .
I. 'Successors 6 C
to Thos. C. Watson *
J4000-Business cornr;'1 blacks! west 'would do to live the.year round. : .*. .- < ,
others If'
of' Palafox.. rents $420 .per year and 'but particularly desirablefor _

1 $2400()-Good piece of property two considering change see of SJ1JI1'n1.er' &0 Leadin1eaIEstate' "; ROtal'and Insurance Agency
location. should
: blocks cast of Pajafox. down.
DUTY rents $280 peryear. what we'have to'offeron
1050.00 -
$4500-Property corner Bavlen and the new street: We .*; .r :
WrIght rents fHO per year can 'now contract Cottage at Fisherville near car .
: Romany' furnish a store office line bocks! from wa- Desirable Property for Sale.$12,5OO.0O .
$ 85 -Lot 28 by ito. East or building to suit and two T'i.: .
,, ;
,after supplying the daily wants of hIs! family to rents, $815 per ysar. your special requirements 3 ter. '. V .. '. V -H,
_' provide them a home. Is It not economy or good $3500-5 new houses .North Hayne.., sal: '
lease or
r4 -J management to throw away year by year about renting for $420',per year, or the, land only for $150b'. 00' ()-"Brieir building. South Palafox street lot extending back

4l: -"" one-fourth of your earnings In paying rent when $2000 Store and dwelling corner Immediate improvement to.fcayw: :Rents.at. $1200 per annum.
with but little more exertion you can apply these Coyle and Jackson, ,renting' $ls subjectto 6 room cottage. lot 100x140
on lines convenient to : story brick bulilding.! centrally located.
payments toward a home of your own? per month including small approval. Also fronting on water. $1,0,500 00- Two
our car, good boating and fishing.
dwelling adjoining' lot' 60x125. .
have an ideal site for $5,250 -:Two" story brick building East Government street. Rents!
YOUR MONEY AND GET It Is, cheap. .
INVEST .... large hoteL at, $540"p rnnum.: ,

iiim See Us About the Home Question you ever RETURNS.Did stop to think. how hard Will Be As 1800.00 $3:700.00-Desi"-ble': : h front corner lot, North Hill. near car line

you worked for the money you have 8 room 'cottage-lot 60x123 fronting 100x150. ; ,

saved up? And did you ever figure f up the bay, close to' car line $3.600.0oslngl. vand 2 double new tenement houses on corner on

how easy it earns more for you when splendid! locality and ideal summer car line. Splendid renting property bringing $456 per annum.
wisely invested? And did It ever occur Good as home..'

to you that when you allow your $3.5oo.0O--At: this, 'Hgure for a short time 25 'lots fronting on Palafox

Pensacola Investment Company; savings to remain: idlfe .you' are throw. and, Baylen' streets. A good Investment .

ing away. hard earned money? Why L. S: BROWN & CO. '
not either invest in good renting improved ,$3,000.O0--A desirable: one story 6.room dwelling 80x144 on car line

I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. property, or vacant lots that McDavid-Hyer Company, Thiesen Building. West'Gregory. ee, .
increasing in value lend it out
: I'; W. H. KNOWLES, President p. E. SIMrSON, Secretary. are or We would: be pleased; to have inquiries and show ,the above and
at erght per crat on good real estate New York
J.L STILLMAN Y-rlTes. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. mortgages. Agents "WE SEll tOTS"SEETHIS other desirable' property in our agency., If you have property to SELL

*i+ Life Insurance Company. funds to. loan, houses to'rent or desIre insurance we would be pleas.
There is no better place than Pen-
Had Estate loans, General Investments. 8 E. Government StreetPhone consult
have us.
sacola to properly invest. I have one ed to ,you

: r311 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola<< Florida. client who made $1oo last 'week on a 7CO. ,Pensacola, FIa.TimberLands. I .

-- thousand dollar investment, in THREE -
; 4r '
HOURS. You might do ths same. Lot 50x125 W. Romana St.. near "A'
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; -= Palafox., 1. ... .. ,.. .. ..$4000Lot '
4..jJ.t : :- .- = = : : HOQTON&WATSON
-- LESLIE E. 'BROOKS 40x110 S. Spring, near RoaianaSt ? ,

I .. .. .... .. .. ...........$4000 .
Lot 60x125 W. Government (2 story 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

kdt A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITYFOR 2.W/2 S. Palafox St, Fisher Building. building).. .. .. ... ..... .. ..$1800 PHONE 64.

Phone 462. 20 acres under' fence half in pecan

$$200,000 deals and up; also farms. trees, 6 room house,' stables and other
INVESTMENT. houses, 1.mile from Milton. Fla.. all

and 'city property for' investment, or for .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ....$1500 I Board and
k*4ii' I This is certain to pay from .25 per cent to 50 per cent. In the HELP WANTED saw mill and turpentine ICCations..vlr. Any of this property on a half cash Rooms.PLasAN'r .

4v' next 90 days: 10 lots on North Hill between Baylen and Palafox, gin pine. timber cypress. hardwoods basis the balance on' time with low NEW REAL ESTATE LIST I to

fronting on Baylen street. This property should bring now 2500. for WANTED' .-Cook. white or colored, stock farms. et&' 'Saw mill and turpentine rate. of interestWANTED I place board on North

4f1Ii! Immediate sale. .. .. .. .... ..... .... .... .... ..... ....$2000 male or female with experience at land a specialty. Call on us S FOR SAtE I !: care Hill Journal.on car line.d.ress >\o. S.

_ _ _ boarding house. Apply 105 E. linen-' or address Box 115, DeFuniak Springs. !,mar

;!t4Ij: I t ,FOR SALE-The southweat one-quarter of block %28. New City dencia St. 27marlw Fla. A lot, not south of Intendencia nor Six houses.in..West' Klo'g TrItt ,FOR very RENT-Newly reasonable., Apply, furnished 20V rooms, Ro-

/1 } on the northeast corner of 12th avenue and 15th street This would cook. north of Gregory west of Coyle nor renting for $30 :per_ month ...$2850 : mana St. 25marl' *
WANTED Apply 121 R
.4t 4 !t make an Ideal site for a home. It is surrounded by attractive and east of,Baylen. 40 foot frontage with I
.r? ( beautiful homes only one block from car and on hard road. For Government. 27mar. a depth not less than 100 feet. Rouse in West End, j&ntlng.for LARGE double furnished room with

tl$ a few days only at. .. .. ... ... .... .... ..... .... ..... $1500 "AGENTS WANTEDT Experience TURNER & AYMARD $10 per month good neigh- .board.. Hot and cold water\ bath
borhood.., .- .. u. .$1000 and use of phone ,No. 865. Apply 415
not necessary; pays sickness accident THOS1 PEBLEY .
and death. Address the Fraternal W. Gregory. 24marl
Real Estate and
'on North Hill if takenat
Five lots
A FREE SHOW Bankers of America, St Louis. ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished .
Palafox and Romana Sts. -- .. ....$300t)) or unfurnished
Ma 25mar4t Abstract Company, Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 601))')
Phone No. 559.
;;J I We will at any time show you large and attractive list of prop Five lots fronting Toledo square E. Gadsden St.: 24marlm!
-. 4. erty. which unbraces' large and beautiful residences with all modern WANTED cook. Apply Cap Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec- New City{ .' .. '... $1000
:L conveniences. as well] as small t.enament houses that will net an Investor Pearce Fort Barrancas Tla cialty. '5 One block In New City'on carline NICE comfortable furnished roaa!!

(bi ; frctn 10 to 12 per cent. pr annum. Also blocks and lots In 22marlw." MiscellaneousCUT pleasantly tuated, one block from
: ,
r section of the c'ty. P, 0. Boi I 115. DeFuniak Springs Florid ..., $4000 I bay on car line. suitable for house
every WANTED house man. Apply 619
I Half 1ockin New City on hard keeping. Cook stove or gas or with.out. .
MAXENT TRACT property now on sale. Some nice lots at N. Palafox St. corner Gadsden FLOWERS--Orders promptly I
Apply 501 .E Government St.
WE LEARN you to 'make mirrors at filled for roses, carnations. flowers road, overlooking Bayou Tex r $1500 24marl2*'
: _ Wanted 'of kinds.' Miss
all Bertie
home. Full guaranteed formula $5. These. are all 'first-c ass pieces of
iIIFSERREAL; ; P. F. II. Co., Box 472. Pensacola, Fla. Smith..616 Barcelona. Phone 651. property and are' gilt. edge Invest. I ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or unfur.
nished room on the hill after Apr:
; 1
d. THE ESTATE AGENCY 13marlm* IWANTEDGood I will organ tune as and cheap repair as any your one piano; guaran and TAILORING-B. I* Diamond Tailor.Gents' ments. let location high and healthy. Close

clothing cleaned. pressed and .
cleaner and presser tee best and neatest work. Prompt to car lin Apply at 314 E. Strong.
at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. repaired on- short notice. No. 11% Phone 1213. 16marl2t
\ 206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87. attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 .
West Government St. Pensacola. Fla. 'WILSON & CO.
13mar. D. HALE
$ .. 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm Idee.J. WANTED few boarders at 212 \V
: : : co : :
aJ: : : : Gregory. New house good neigh.
WANTED-rFirst class laay! stenographer -
4M.'i: -- -- -- ... Address in own handwritingwith WANTED.-The public to know that H. PQRTER, sallmaker 716 South .REAL ,ESTATE, borhood and on car line. ISmarlm
ss- old newspapers can be bought at Palafox street Orders taken for ,
reference. Office Work Care
for ,
J this office for five cents a bundle.'Theyare rent
teats awnings 'camp stools and house
Journal. 4mch. all clean and nice., RENTS AND LOANS Newly furnished clean and nice
Prices reasonable.
cots. etc. Sljan. near poetoffice. Apply at 12S4 R
HOTEL SITE. WANTEDWIANTEDA I I WANTED.-Electric work of all kind. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert--I' 20 8. Palafox 8t.I Government street. Mrs. B. M. Trainer.

1I Let us cl.al1.your:fans repair our ing & Co..wholesale and retail ship Phone 234. 7Janlm. _
dynamo da jour wiring, etc. Pa'ina chandlers and grocers only first-class I .
Old at five cents bundleat
position[ In or out of I 670. Pensacola Electric'. Co.. 205 S. house of kind in city. (Fair prices to all r newspapers this office. They are all a clean
tIjU?: I town by young colored man having Baylen. ...
MonoytoLoan.MONEY and nice.
Fine stationery wedding Invitations
a good education and can do most

IiM "\ anything. Address 2X5. N., Rues 6t28marlw visiting cards tally cards etc. Celia
: i < HOTELS.THE M. Robinson representing The Chas. TO LOAN-Everybody bore Found
H. Elliott,'Company, of Philadelphia. rows money from Jno. A. Hall &
f4f. ;,_,. The 'best situation In the city for a WANTED Board In private!! home on 8marlm. Co.. ).6 E. Government street: Wheuin
:. I North Hill by refined couple. Per BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms need call on us. 9fablm FOUND-One sorrel mare sVimnlns!
tourist 130 feet south
; ,\ :'. hotel. fronting. manent if suited. F. C. F., this office good beds. Free, baths and sample I live In Pensacola, corner llth In the 'bay owner way redeem h"r

: by 172 feet deep on East Government 27mar3t* room. $2 per day. ,Special attentionto street and 15th avenue in New City, MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- by apply to W. W. Brr, gs. Bayou Texan
=----- traveling men. J. R. Brown. Prop.. and will take care of your Piano by onal pioperty on short notice. Smar

I1-r street overlooking Seville 'square WANTED-A; party to buy a good bus DeFuniak Springs. Fla.. ISmarlm. the year at a low figure. Refelt Terms easy:. 'J. B. Gray. & Co., 2 W.
I iness well established. good location tune. clean out. etc. Phone 802. 2 Romana. Phone 1165: Ifeb
i.-; 1 and Adams street with open view of ',' Palafox St. Communicate with I CENTRAL HOTEL. CHIPLEY-Op. rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm For Sale.FOR .

,t D. C.. care Journal. 22mar I depot Large and well lighted :MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or
t Pensacola ,
bay, $10,000 buy the EGGS FOR HATCHING. .
!Meals sufficIent, security
rooms. Free sample room. at other by pplj} SALE.-A outftt.
property. WANTED partner i in paying bus! all hours. Special attention to traveling From my prize pens of s. C. Rhode ing to Thos. Pebley, cot, Palafoi and photographers
Cheap. Fisher Farnlurestore
:: Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Apply
; ness. Will bear Investigating.Small men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug Romana up stairs.' 11no -m. 138
E. Intendencia St 27raar
' horns finest pens in the south $1 to
( capital required. Apply P. O. gle. Prop. ISmarlm
$1.50 setting of 13 or $6 100) MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate
per .
; per ;
Box 753.' 17marl6t I
i I POTTERY: WORKS for sale, on East t
1'ct's CHIPLEY HOTELr! -Carl Sftterllnd. also agent for the famous Banta Incubators security or on good collateral, Hill known Hohler
as J. W. Pottery
J i WANTED Contributions for the Orphans -; Prop Special.attention to commercial and Brooders. Drop me a at lowest rates. Leslie E., Brooks. together with the machicer

Home. Money, clothes. eatables travelers. Free sample and bath' card and I will calL E. L. McFadden. Fisher building. 21jan Works engine fixtures bowls kiln, etc., set.

' etc., received. Notify Mrs., Wm.iFlsher. Prop., Myrtle Grove R. ,
with Poultry
I rooms. Large rooms good beds Farm.
kinds including fine bed clay.r
LOANED all of pottery
i A. V. CLUBBS.. president, or 'Mrs. N. lIcK.Oertln'g. $2 per day. 13marlia F. D, No.* 1, Pensacola Fla. MONEY property on short notice.personal fcrther particulars address. P. O Box
secretary. 4mar Tmarlm
J HtTEL.-opell lIght and day. Terms easy. J. W.. Bullard. upstair 103. City. mch j.
9 WANTED-The public to Know that European plan. Rooms: light and MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144finor. FOR SALE-17 lots north roalroiiSt

jti we can do all kinds :ot repairing clean. Transient trade solicited. tick furnlsaed if desired. All doneIn Good location for factory or

-- '= float building norse shoeing etc. J. 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nlcolau, good order on short notice. Leave lullding site. Also 8 lots acrOss:
G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Prop. orders at Green & Watson. Phone UNLIMITED amo\JDt.omoney to loanon East of Stoddart place Cheal'sold
FOR SALE 193. 7mar all kinds of perconal property. L at once. Jno. H. Kohler care
; SPECIAL BARGAINS COURT HOUSE DYEING PressIng! Special rates to business men on large Saunders Mill Co, phone 717.

and Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVIlIer3St. loans. The New York Loan Co., 204H .
I mch251w
4i. Property that is not culls or rejects, LOST MRS H. S. CHUNN will receive pu _
Gv ., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Yqur pat. South Palafox. --
their first on the pUs In shorthand at her residence, donkey In
2 making appearance _. FOR STLA nee: fat
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market at very attractive prIces. for FOR FEW DAYS ONLY! ronage solicited; ,satisfaction guaranteed i 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms $5.00 a first clan condition. Price $35
Careful attention given ladies' LOST-Saturday evening gold rimmed .
Invcst.roeLt.Large. month<< ,In advance. 4mchlmo 25inci!
homes or Professional ,Real Estate Agency
1Lt; DirectoryTHOS.
well shaded lot front 140 on garments. Phone 1222. Stab eye glasses in Lindenstruthcase. ,

: lN Gregory. street and 140 on DeLeon Lots 11! to 15, block 97, WANTED.-Hauling and transfer Reward for return to this office. TO U. S., LIFE SAVING STATION FOR SALE.-Parlor and bedroom !ft!

: street.. .. .. . .. .....$2600 Belmont work. Office phone' 363; residence Jk' 28 mar. AND RETURN-The launch Le- .' PEBLEY, chairs, dresser tables ice box r-
:4u numbering.....5650 Clair leaves Pal fox street wharf 9 a. Appl/
and hat rack.
1 Choice corner lot corner 9th ave and phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. frigerator stove
r Fare .
m. daily. round trip 25 I
centsSpecial 2ImarlW'FOR
...... SU ZSmar. to 517 E. Zarragossa St.
Cervantes, 40x137:: % ft.. $600 Tarragona COLLECTIONS.
itr Two lots N. Barcelona I Business Opportunity rates to parties. Pavilion
r;: Choice corner lots. corner 9th axe. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED phone' 65$. C.; H. Burton. Manager. PALAFOX AND ROM .NA.I SALE OR RENT Two lighters:
4ti'1' and 9th street. SOxl37Va...."," $650 between Gregory and -Highest! price paid for gent'sclothing I $5000 buys an established- business-on -, mch4-1m* PHONE 557.T One with capacity: for 75 thousand &
? (Flour lots 40x150 on north side 9th only. Sell second hand."goods thousand capacity. .
: Palafox street. Good local as well I lumber. the other thirty
Wright $1500
t4 $t., between :9th and 10th aves. each '"'''''''''''.'''''!''' Dress suits for rent 9 E. InteJidenc'\ as out of town trade. Owner leavingthe I MATTRESSES.-Wholesale anire- Rates reasonable. Also '.'

11' $250. city. See J., W. Coons. at Pen tall manufacturers and dealers In skiff beats for sale cheap 22 ft Ion?.
ziiflIt,: :Four lots on corner 10th ave. and WANTED.-All kinds ot electrical cotton moss and E. & C. mattressesand G. YATES M D write J. .*.
?t4H ;:lOth St.. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..$1300 Leslie E Brooks work. I sell all kinds of electrical sacola Investment Co. 23marlw bee! springs. Second hand furniture ,.. 5 Chafin ft. beams. Telephone Fin.35mtr or
i & Co.. M Iton,
Nice modern 6 room house on East batteries and. other electrical} supplies. bought and sold. Upholsteringand OPTICIAN ,

Hill newly papered and painted. SOt When you need me ring 345 or 955. repairing done. Old mattresses FOR SLVLE Household goods, bed

;'LW: VlCO ft. lot price $1800; rents $14. ,, ? E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build- renovated; new ticks furnished If da- 306 THICSCN. BUIUJIHG clothing, -linen and dishes. Apply.

:1 I f Two choke corner lots. 80x150. cor- Fisher BuildiAg.PROPERTY ing. E. Garden. ISdec.WANTED. Which Do You Like? sired. 114 E. Belmont St. city. 531 E. Government St 25rnarlm;;

: \*er *Kh.ave and 10th St.. .. ....$900 ; Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co.. C. T. Davis Good
Real Estate for sale 8\LE-
F1c i; Throe" houses three rooms, each 1 ----
rent lea!!' or exchange. Your busIness second hand RenvSho, in excellent
"bouse three rooms and hall one block respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Native or Western Beef! ? RQPKE has Just opened a butcher condition, $35 20marlO
lIne North Davis St. ..$3400. ,
.: 4i.: : from car Real Estate Agent 226 w-' Government shop and grocery store corner Davis -
Two nice'cottages near passenger Room 7,. Salisbury JUST RECEIVED 35 DOZEN (FRESH and Bralnard Stlf Your patron. and passengerboat
street FOR: BALEr-Freight
depot. If taken quick. .. ....$4200 ge'sollcted.! Satisfaction
: ILf& 100 foot close in. water front. lot FOR building. Phone 172. 23Jan GOPHERS, FINE, FAT. teed. Phone 915. Imarlm gua an-* ; two 25 h: P. Merry & "r ft*,
quick sale.. ... u .... .. ....$6000 WANTED-We want your orders foi turtha gas engnes; letfgth
w 4 Central located business houses on 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original Cudahy's Diamond (C) Hams and CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. beam 18; draught 3 ft;* launched November '
i I. Palafox street A fine investment. $1200-Nic* five room cottage with designs to select from. All Breakfast Bacon or Armour's Gold; Floats built to order. Horse shoe- 1905. Powerful tow boat. Tonnage -
1 bath on East HW. Band. ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh. CarriageCo. 42, Delivered anywhere
$40,000. Mayes Printing Co.. Pensacola. '
rt1:1: RENT. $1700-Hone on corner lot. N 8th 16febWANTED. We slice them both to suitOr 27feb ; Price $5.750 Write J M.
: rl; FOR avenue.$3000Beautiful. maybe you like Mutton or Rowley, "Miami-;. Fla. 'fOtaarl!:*
? L4t 'Three choice offices fine place well S Transfer Pork. I have them. : '
room 2 story residence -Th9 Uerc&anU FOR RENT .. farm. 10 acres m
L 4f4Vj S ventilated. corner lot. modern and Co. wants your moving and tauilns. Finest line of cakes in the city. FOR1SAL-40'acre south of Chipleyoa B.
812 North Hayne St. three rooms T. B. Tnorten. Staple and Groceries. pecans; 2miles
new 423 E. Cervantes. breakage_ guaranteed. Fancy
and hall. ... .. .. ..' .. .......$7.00 $1750-Six room house, and five lots. Prop. Phone 87L' HJunela.WANTED .1 Still 20 pounds of Standard Granulated FOR RENT-After April 1. two sit DRJ.H.MOCKDental C. & St A..R. R; also 120 from acres town., .9
.jtL44q 814 North Hayne St. three rooms on north hill acres improved 24 miles
Sugar for cottages r
N. Davis! St. 100. room Apply "

;. and Store hall house. .. .. good.. .. stand,..:....North.".00 $13S-( 1x room cottage: B. Wright broken-To up buy stuff old, regardless gold and silver ofI I All other prices in proportion.Moyer Bank.B. F.. Wolfe at Citizens mch25-lw National. t Surgeon.; Address Smarlm J. B. Hogeboom. Aycock. iU-.

; I: 1 Hayne St .. .. .... .. ,. ..,..:..$1000 sizes.106 E. Cash Wright paid-Phone, Llgotman 11??. & Klein on the Square Crown and. .Bride*.'Work' & Specialty. ON THE HIGH L'ND-East Hill electric

C. R. !. A. R.'BINGHAM' has otorage room for Plesstraug.of Teeth. car line s.-x lots 100 ft. front
,( T. CRAWFORD YAEGER W ANTE D.-A., R. Blnflum wants I. rent, suitable for furniture or other 28Yi S. PsUfoK St. by 137% deep camera $700. inside

,.' "* your moving and,hanlin: ,He put! Corner Government and Alcaniz. goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona 7 and 9 'Old Armory Building lots $600. There are no better s'tna

k i' 315"}"' South Palafox Street No. 202 Thiesen" Building. Phone 68$ an tees all. breakage .Phoae ,630. : Phone 718. ,St' 'Phone 630 ZOne :p ho", .1977. : '. tions than these.lots. A. V. C1utb

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I '!Thousands Each Day Who Are Looking for Bargains I:

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For' Sate HACK N16 MARKETS- ........... ......,.......................................

Ready at all hours ,to"answer calls
Boston .
Beacon of

trSlll e $:!eggs.50 setting of 15. Fewvery every to any respect part of, Fast city.and. First class la 1 I.
fe ('Ot"kTtt. ] ready for the yard.DeFunlak Ad- and polite drivers. Phone No. 185. ExpRess Naval Store [

,;t'I Chas. Murray, George K. Faulk. a PREPAID Savannah, Ga.,. Mar. 27.-The naval ,
2Smarlm. .
Fla. ,
r'ngs stores market closed today as follows:

r jft SALE-Ten new. and second J WW.. .. ...' .. ..6 00 : COMMISSION BROKERS )
g-.ond hand office safes different acsSt.Aeuj! : WG...._ ...5 95 ; ;

"z{'k !oest makes at bargain prices. N..... ,.., .... 5 75 4tI
arr..tt Moreno, omce East Govern- Gulf SUanship Go. 6QT M. .,.. 5 35 I II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA FLA. i.;

Clenr St 24mar 'STEAMER TARPONW. IQT& K._. ,..-....4 65 .. I,

fOR>miteS's.LE-80 south i acres of Chipley.good land Twenty three FIRST-CLASS. G. BARROW Master ;$oQcEJ- I II...' ... .? .?. *.....7..4.- .. ... ..415 35 I'' Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,,, and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. i ii

lultivation and pure spring PASSBNGKa AND G-.. .. ..... .3.85to399
LIT; Will sell for cash or on t Ime.j -Betwesc-SERVICE jM. P... .- .- .3 80
Chipley Fla. E.. .. .3 80 to 3 85 : : i''
A. Hogeboom PENSACOLA. __. i
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j D .. .- .. .. 380
) 's\LB OR RENT New six room MILLViLLE. .- _.5: ___ Spirits turpentine? 68.. cents. A high da.s(product w Bought and Sold on.Margin or for Investment. i iE'
all point St. that has
Li*? on East Hill In excellent loon And on Andrew Bay' ____ .'_ won great.favor. .
large lots; block and a Carrabella and Apala hJCOIa. ) Gives snap, '
,'1'"Ct" TOm two car line; cement basement SCHEDULE AUSLEY &CO/8 REPORTS ,vim and new life. Reference: First National and Peoples Basks. Phone 1173 i
a. Leave l'enucola"allln4a: T. 8 30 '
(,Kta a. large airy rooms shower m.. for Mobile Ala. ; ; Uverpool Cttton. Market ApureGinofrealmdritthat ........,44.44..................................

a,K unrt address.sewer House connections.care Jour-For Leave Pensacola. 'meads,. 8:80 p.Ui. CHAS. BLUM&CO lan.I'eb......... ............rno...5.83. you will appreciate.' -
.-tcUiarS 1.Ir.a I ., for St. Andrews, MlllvlUe, Ape.laliicola 1'eb..K.............j.gSMftivApril Try it today. ----- --
't:! Carrabelle and Intermediate 517AND 519 WEST BAY ST. .?.., ......883
-SALE: ::Nice. clean old newspapers points. FLA.w April.M y............'.........1.84KAT.J'uu.
rOR are cents a bundle. This of. For additional Information apply t)) JACKSONVILLE ....,..............................8.86 ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL)IT> 1
at 'I J. R SAUNDRRS. Joa3lT _... .. MONEY GROWS
_ _ M.v
: EL R. COBB. President July-Angus ..... 8439 .. '" I
FOR S\LE-:M> home corner 10 ave. Gen. Frt and Pass. AftPensacola l.agvst-30ptember! .:.................5.gg ... B. & Atlanta' .
and Cenantes St., This is a bargain I' Fla C> c1 September-October ............. .......... 5.87 .
'f :;oid(! st1011- A. C. Binkley. i-- Oetober-NoTemb ... .
--;--- All kinds that want. November-December .....
I" mar _ _ _ you ...5.81 RAPIDLY
December-January> ,
}'ORf.LEli'arm: ol 40 acres underfeI ARE YOU READY ? LtTN'pool8pots,604.) ( -
: "'ltb improvements part in .
Cash or time.. $600.00 Ap-- OAK AND PINE
culhd'Cln.! New
York Cotton McMillan Bros. Co.
:> !' "s. r bley. 23marlw I as soon as one acquires the'saving
'::1.-t Those cheap rates expire April 7th than buyIt High Low Close
fOR8.LElo'ast and gentle horse cheaper you I habit. There's no better to
to California the March.10.81 1092 way pro.
and Northwest: Any size 1L91( 10.92
BUI'. .H!' for family use;, also set of anywhere. .
: :
!May 1UC 11.20 1163 'vide for financial
Apply 810 1.: Gadsden : want. 1L17 your independence: ,
rew :n.ness. I .Eah first and... July 1108 1L1J 1103 1L12
2martw. : own family's future than
your your
st. August 11.89 1100 1083 11.97
i are given toTexaa
away ,
: E.: C. SEWELLPhone October.JO.SS 10.48 1035 10.43
FOR SALE-Eggs from standard bred Oklahoma and that section. December.;......10,83 1048 10.88 10.47
prut- winning Barred Rocks.. fifteen I New York Spot.. 11.70 BY THE SAVING HABITBegin
15o fifty $3. Also Ohio improved First class round trip convention 614. New rlean Spots.

Chestt White Pigs. pedigreed. Mr I rates to California In ,May' andrJuly.: Wheat.OpeD ,
}.UZH: B. Hughes Chipley, Fin.mar1m : High Low Close MOBILE. ALABAMA. fnow with a dollar, if you like,

:!:: Through PulImau Tourist Cars from T-.......77H 787fl 77g and add to- it the small change which

Washington D. C.. to San Franciscovia Political Anno cem'ents. July...-...,_r. I. 7TI 77H 7V daily thoughtlessly end.. '
S 0: BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp- Atlanta Montgomery Mobile,and Corn. you sp

Hughes Strains; egg record. 210 per New Orleans and Southern Pacific For Tax Collector. .Open High Low Close Morris Dannheisser, We add four per cent interest compounded -
pullet! The farmer's and fancier's (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis M7. ,&3J. 42%., six semi-annually.
ulcken. Eggs for hatching. An all via Wabash and Union Pacific. and. I hereby announce myself a candidate Jfr-.4X 44' 4Vi -14J (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) .

ferule guarantee. Prices: Pen No. Kansas. City. for reelectIon the office of New Yorkr tock, Market. PureOld Rye and Bourbon, Fine
;, $*, pens Nos. 2 and 5. $1.50 for15. '--- t Tax Collector for Escainbia:: county *0.L Open close Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
Sunnyslde Poultry Farm. DeFunlak "We have the best service to China, at the'primary to be held on May 15 Southern' Pselfle............. eJ eT i
Springs. Fla. References-anyone in Japan and Hawaiian Islands. 1906. I solicit your voteRespectfully .. Copper....................'-. 1Bj(): lcr.
............. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty FIRST-NATIONALBANK
ISmarlm No trouble to .A. 8.R. .......... 1S9-;!. iaa.Lt.ch
the city. ; answer. questions. J. S. ROBERTS. ..........................t 9'.A. ,
FOR SALD Grocery store and residence I, .B........................... 15 1S9 i 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
combined including stock J. F. VAN RENSSELAER, B.nor.............?,.?- 8j 847 PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ,
G. W. ELY,T. P. A. General Agt. For lepresentative.' B..t 0 ...................M.. 1i1-
fixtures, ete; nice home good water 124 PeachtretJ"! SLAtlanta I am a candidate for member ol the Rrlc!........................... 43 11il}{ W. H.KHOWI.-BS.Pres.! W.K.Hrn.JK.,V.-Pres. tad Cashier.

one whole block under fence. Cash Ga. House of Representatives from Es- C.F.I ...................._. Ci4 64 134 DmKC'fOaa-J'. T.C..W.Brent.Ba&N'l'W.and A..'W.Blount.N.ROBERTO.W. H.' Aoat.Knowlea.Cahir W.. K. Hrer. Jr
Maxwell and 6th
oniv Comer ave. cambia County subject to the Democratic u. 8.........,....... ?, 4OIu. D. O. Brent. *4
Mr*. Z. P.. Ryan P. O. Box 614. Pr/mary. I.' earnestly eoic! : .8.. preferred........i. .....tOll. 1 -4 SHIPPING NEWS -

]::mar1m the support of thei..voters of tae county B.a......_.........._........... Z:45.: ,
STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE[ '1a .JERRY:,;. SULLIVAN, JR. 1..& x............._..1i.)...'1501. J50Lesd -- s
FOR SAIS Four room house with STEAMER: CAPT.: FRITZ X 'il. ." ........!.................;.-.. 82 403 4 _
bath. at Gouldinj. with two lots. RdJ' rs. master. 'Passengers and For County Treasurer. KP..........:.._.........._.. .. W o N.. SBOS.
Apply! to L. "M. Davis. P. O. Box 633 service between pcnsa band r V.O..... ...;......;... ..;.:..:. W-" W3-1 Arrived. I
l'ity. lOaarlm Freight l': will" 'be a candidate In the democratic Csa.Pe.: ...........;...1..... I7"l... Donna Christina. Am sch McLeod. C...U.AR. PrectdtntU. JOHN PFEIFFER. JUsIstantCukltf.
Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street I "primary: of "May 15 for re-nomi-- N.Y.O .. ,44 ', ,44 171" 165. Cardenas. .E.CLARK.Vkx-rretldent asS Cashier. 1.W. ANDREWS AssiU. CMWen

WANTED-To loan money on your wharf Wednesdays.. Tourists and r nation. .to; the! o1cofcounty treasurer P.O ._-.. us< 'Ki Cleared. II'
watches 'jewelry and personal er.fett others desiring to see,places of\lntereaton :- The 'support of all' democrats will. RTTQ......?.. 133. jsg% NUb Br ss, Gilchrist 148', for

Highest cash price for old gold Choctawhatchie Bay and Santa be appreciated. 8$.p .......... ....." _... 17j! asg Greenock, with 1,440,000 s ft. sawn tim THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
and tLver LJghtman &; Klein, 106 E. Rosa Sound should_ make this_ tr'p.'! .. J, ED. WILLIAMS.: a.I............."...........,... 2IS-4 26i. ,
right Phone 1127. Special rates for parties of fen or 11.5..':...................,..... 40fa .'OJ" ber.Dordrecht Dutch Teensma 1365. OF PfNSACOLM, FL$.
I '
or. information ....... .. ss
more. for.rat : ,other T.O.L. .._._ 14ii 147
: ; : Read "Want ... ........ for Aberdeen, with 1,029,000 s ft sawn DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
iOR SALE.-IInproved and unimproved ,apply on board or address P..-O. The Journal's Columns' Penna. ."i }'.... 33 % lr.J1i '
.. U.P......... .... timber 309.000 .s ft lumber.
pruperty in all parts of the city.J. Box C9:. Pensacola. Fla today. --:- 1say 153% CAPITAL STOCK; $209,000. SURPLUS J69.0M.
Pedro Lacave, Span bk Marstang, ,
A..lson & Co., Real Estate :
50?, (or Valencia with 39,000 s ft sawn .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Ausley"& Co's. Dally Cotton Letter. .. DIRECTORS.. -
I timber, 234.000( s ft. lumber. '

?1%. 23jan lOUISVlllE.',&. NASHVILLE- RAILROAD COMPANY New.to York Mai r>:. 27.-The' movement VESSELS'I PORT. tlenry L Covlngton Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner.
ports,to-day .was a
surpriseto '
AUTOMO ILES.-I am agent tor the J. M. Pfetffer. W. S. Rosasco C. V.. Lamar,
and be.1 Thee Tables Bet.eel Ponsacola and Polite Nortb: every one ana' the "wnols cry of the Stearnhlps.August '
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos rOIl I" Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin. J. R.Sounders,
from 500.00 up. They cost less than READ DOWW ...J READ UP talenf all .seemed beVhere" .. does it Belmont' 'Br ss. Clarke, A. M. Avery W. Milton, 0. E. !tbura.w. ,
come from! 2967 Bremen to Gulf Transit Co.Dordrecht. .. L. Cowthon, Or. W. J. Hannah, Mv\entle Oertlng,
horses to keep up., They can be Trains .
run 41o5, : 9'Tralns NOL
The weather_ q&nditlons in the I I Dutch ss. Teensma 1920.
in sand or anywhere a horse can go. .S 1 Alex McGowIn, C. M- Covlngton, M. E. Clark.
2 4
Leslie E. Brooks. western belt were far from favorable. FunchaL ,

_*_ i1O5pmllS5arn Lv. .. ..Pl'nsacoa.! .. .. 5:00am OOpm considerable_rain being reported and Dorothy, Br ss, Whyte 1546, Mobile Accounts Banks, Individuals. Corporations and Firms So ol"d.
6:30am 6:0pm Ar .. ...Montgomery.. .. 9Z5pm: lllSam forecast: being for more and Indlca Emella, Aust ss,. Hreslich 2321.
FOR SALE-My property 416 E. Bra 11:45am 9:10pm I A.y., ....Blrm'ngham .. .. .Ar'l ;4:23pm: I 8:33am Cons now are beginning to point to Trieste. Four per cent Interest Paid on Tim. Deposits.

inard St. consisting of four lots 40 7:25pm 3:11am Ar... .. ...Saslrtlle., .. .. 8.5am 2Sam; at least a*late crop. if not a short one. lolanthe Br ss. Hodgson 1943, St.I
feet two .
x150 6 ; a ball story dwelling containing 8:00pm Z:31am Lv.. .. ... asht"il1e.. .. ....Ar. 8:17am 2:05am However these reports are always Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. -
rooms ways bath mom .. .. forthcoming at thistime of the year Irene Swed ss 1070 Rio Janeiro.
dosets and pantry. On car line; will 1:5am I 8:1Sam t Ar... .. .Evansville.Louis..Lv..Lv. 3:00am f 9:0pm and may be expected for two or Nlth, Br ss, Gilchrist. 1459 SL Vincent o*....I.*$-.0.. ...t$4...-............... I' I' I..t. ....-
Ar. .St. 8:45pm 3:30pm:
sell entire property for $300000. E. 1:40am 2:19pm three months and they must be dls to The W. S. Keyser Co. t.1.. S. REESE. President E. \f. MCNC7EB.! Cash1erz. :t1;

L. Reese. 22feb 7:50pm 3 %1am -Lv. .. .Nashville .. .. ..Ar.. 8:27am 2:15am counted somewhat., Senator Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange, : R, M. CART. Vice.Presldent.TIIEPOPL'SBANKOFPNSACOLA..
:1Eam I 8:30am Ar.. .. ..Lousv1lle! .. ... ..Lv :45am I 9:30p.o. Liverpool! cables were easier with 1232, Cardiff.
JUST RECEIVED-Large saipment '1 : lOln'n Ar..Cincinnati .. .. ..Lv. 11:00pm 6:00pm | :
: am I spotsquoted ,1 point lower on sales Spennymoor' Br. BS,' Nairn 1722, i
Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,' ot 8,000 bales while contracts wereabout Huelva. 4 Directors-L.- J,- Reeves, J. 6. Reese, W. DeC. Ksssler. R. M. Car/,
gallon L Co. or larger chandlers quantity. G. Morasso I' Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. 2 lower cables stating that the Ships. W. A. D'Alemberte T..A. Jennings; J. J. Hooton.

South, Ship Palafox. aatf grocers, 701 6L7' 2 &. 3 4&1 3 &.2 1&4 5&6 spot demand seemed have slackened Orpheus Aust ship, Medanlc, Tries i TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKiNG BUSINESS. i
4oct.I IFQR considerably in the English mar- YOUR_ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFTJLL1' SLCTD.eeassiwo. {.
SALE- 'I 7:00am. 11:05pm1155amiLVFeflaCO1a..Ar! 5:00amf":00pm : 6:30pm: Vet. There seems to be no change te. ... .............................. .
-Registered Berkshire and 10:45am 2:55am 4:12pmIAr: .. Mohne .. ..Lv. 1toamlll:59am: %:3 pm la the situation In earn'
: the
tleo Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished 6:00pm_ 7:1Sa : ;.: New Orleans -.. Lv.t 8:15pm .. ....-_9:2aam attitude of market nor believers opinion and or Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese. S6S. Havana. '"-'
fullblood .
game chickens and eggs
all at reasonable prices. Dr J. 3. Flomaton, Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville. icanipulators.Statistical is running GurU Ras bk Blomberg. 702 Bar- L HILTON GRU RUID"7.?. T. E WRLL: S. Vioi-PBsaromirT.
progress now
MeGeachey. Chipley! Fla. SmarlmSALBBeacUfai 21 ,5 F l'I 3' Trains do not stop at stations I 2 I 4 I 6 I 22Battypafly1DaiIyDailY tallishly and ideas of this crop's ba..i0e3 to Pensacola Lumber Co. B.K.BU81L.1oIl'LL.&sIiia. MAN6FUfLD MO1i5iO.AfIR.OMIUU

FOn block In: New t_ I_ where no time Is shown \ Dai1yllDallylDaUyrDaUy. sizeand very large consumptiveneeds 509 Pedro, Savannah Lacave to Span.lUx M.bk Robinson.Maristang, Citizens National Bank

City. Tract No. 312. For cash $603 :-;:;.. : :::30fT:601. L'V.. ...:FJomaton u .Ar.. 12:451:25 8ZF' are Inclining more than ever Precursore Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508, of Peuacola. J1orida.
.psly 1 to A. M. McMllla; Court Hot1Ba.; ..... 5:00 2:351: 2:65.. .. '..Century .. .. .. 12-:40_ 1:21 8:21 ..... in favor of the long side. Never Genoa to Rosasco Bros. DltttCIOKZ.elles. .

lang ....._ 5:07 %:H .3:05.., !-" .. ..Bluff.Springs1:33_ 1:15_ 8:15..... theless It Is well to remember that ScllHn, Ital bk.. Zeno 1220 South. a..w.wri,1Jt. Morri.B r.. !'.) Ri%M Robinsna. L. EUtcn OTMA.
..... 5:17251'320.: '.. .. ."McDavid..1:22i. (. 1:05 8:06..... manipulated markets are subject to hampton to Rosasco Bros. .
a ..... 5:30 3:043:36 .. .. ..Pine Barren .. .....12:08 12:52 7:55.. .... very unexpected changes as well as Starthem ,Br bk, :Maitland, 1272, A CCNCKAL BAVKINC BUSINESS TRANSACTEDcfeCO.
them good team of mules for eale. See ..... 5:39 3:13 .3:50.: .. ...M:>lino. .. ....1.11:59 1:43 7:47 ..... to general rushes to take profits. Antwerp..

on hlsiew float feb22. ..... -i3 ..... !4:04.. '.. ....Quintette. .. ......11:51.12:341:39., ..... Sentiment in New Orleans seemedto Schooners. ---4
FOR S.LE.114 ..... ..5:53361.4.11. ., .. ..Cotta e lUll .. ... '11H.1:2SI.734; ..... be against the market but fears
sired br DUke of Florida roun Boat 8923 pigs ..... .5:57.'3:% .4:15 .. .. ..,Cantonment .. _. .11:40) 12:26 : ....... of organized manipulators in New Lime E. Demlson Am .Bch Peck .....
out York under the present leadership 452. to master. .
oT Orphan .. '.. N 1IIl.C.I7.
4:23..Gonzalez. .11:35.1:21.7:26..... .LLE:1.-r --J'
Lee 3Z1 : ,
t\U of BalUmor 58544. .... prevented any aggressive selling. The Horatio 1..., Baker. Am sch Mohr I're.. '-' ..
guaraueed: with registrations ..... *6:03.3:361.4:25.. .. .. ...R-oberts.11:33 12:19 '74..... 1fholua1. .nd Retail Dialer l im
and lost to J. A. Merritt & Co.ThOs.
fact must not be sight of that 720. Lagua
Pedegrte .. ... ...Ollve.11:22'12O9715.: .
Carl Sett"'rlln"" ..... -6:1552:45'440. .... '
ChI peh I the present range of values wasbrought S. Dennisoa Am sea, Wa Fin. .. ..
.6.213:514:48.: .. ... ..Brent.. ..1115 .1:04 .709.. ..
26nov.LSV1LLLTfRg ::::: 65; .3:54 4:52 ".,:... ......Goulding .. .. .....11:11 .12:01 7CS ....: while this about factor by has manipulation In no wise ceas-and 1229- Baltimore. BarkcntlneLBeatri to order. and Blacksmith COAL

:::::_ 6:30 4:00 5:00 Ar... ..Pens.lcola .. .Lv. 11:05_ 11:55 1:00....: ed to exist it has not inspired complete ; Am bktn Casaveggio 1430 Oflce-No. 43 South 'Palafox street Telephone S3.

IIJ1FE RR' N"o. :-r: I I I 1 I I 1'0.2% confidence, and consequent Rctterdam Pensacola Lumber Co. Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez ttreets. Phones 6 and 372 .,
"' 211 l. I. I A. 1{ great activity the support evidence -

5:0 ....700; Lv ..Pensa.cola .......r 10:50 .....'.11:15 being spasmodic and unsnduring.: The Original.

I't S 50......713; ....t.\.. ....Bohemia.. ..-:... ;.. .. ..... .... .10:55 hence, any forecasting of the mar Foley & Co., Chicago, originated -
/I-t a 5:2 ... .:.; f, 1:15.. '_.. ... .. .. ... 11:33.. .....10:53 ket's future course must depend Honey and Tar as. a throat and lung
.5:25..... .. .. ..Yn e3tra.. ... ................ ;... -10:50 upon the durability of influence real remedy. and on account of the great rctoiThzr
S 5:29....' :. ..Escambia.. .. ......10:28... ...... ..-10:47 as contrasted with the unreal. and merit and popularity of Foley'sHoney COAL and WOOD
jyk S 5:40.. ... .... 1:25 .. .. ...11alat.. .. ... .....10:19 .......10:36 while we should not be surprised to and Tar many Imitations are ICE,

S 6:45 ;J. .... .'.- .. .. .. ...Harp.. .. .. ... .'.1'.'........10:32 see additional gains we feel that the offered for the genuine. Thes3 worthlEss from 'Iho
S 5:57.. .... ...7:35..Galt CIty.. .. ..... ...... ..... .101 present rise has been quite sufficient imitations have similar sounding Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
; 6:03.. ... ;...i !;,39... .b. .....MUton.. .. ........ 10:05.. ....1014 la the light of existing circumstancesand names. Beware-of them. The genuine :
_ S 6:35......o' .. ...Good Range .. .. .. ...... ... .... 9:43 that operations' on the long side Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.

.; ; .--8:15rs..'--.. ...Holts.. .. ...... ... ........... 9':15 should carry with them due regardfor package. Ask for It and refuss

S ...8:30 a .. .1..Milllgan... ,I' .. .. 9:12.. .... 8:52 caution.Mr. any substitute. It .is the best remedy -----
7:03.-. .8:38.. .. ....CrestvleW'. .. ,.. .. 9:04.. ... ..... 8:3& Price announced that be would for coughs and colds. VT. A. DAlem-

I S .. : 8:56.. ... .. .Deer Land.. .. .............. .-8:03 come out an active and aggressive berte. druggist and apothecary.
-. Head .. ....- bull but the majority of the tradersare
; 8:33.... 910.. jiossy '. 8:33. .. 7:40
IllS 9:16......... ,9:3:) "'; ._DeFunlak Springs. ..;, 8:13 .......... 6:57 from Missouri. CREW NOTICE.iii AFTER THE; WEDDINGcomes
PL1a1A S : .... ....;,.. 9:44.. .. .. ..Argyle .. .. ..... .6:42 The market seems to have again Neither the captain owners '
E:30.... .. .:957: .' .. Ponce 7:44..s 6:20 fallen Into the scalping rut with the nor consignees ot the the. question "where will we liver Now that yon
: [. 10:1 t_:;. ;;-i.: ;10:10 .. ,... .. 6:00 tendency slightly downward<< and it Br. BS August Belmont trill have taken the step where will you live? Will It be with I
mother-In-law? We Will it be to rent
to sustain val rooms
takes constant buying b respOnsIble for debts warn you.
10:22 :..'. .::':-.HO:15' :;; :. .... % Ue:5.i: ew Orleans to-day received over contracted by: the crew ofsaid and lire In the same house with your landlord? We warn
0 : ... .... 1
.10:45.: ... ...; 1 :30 \ "
Dont do lumber from and
again. either-buy us
: 12.000 bales while Galveston receipts vessel you
11Us... .10.7 :" and when these build house. Do It now for lumber and other building- '
were over J. Captain
.. ; .. ... ..
119 .... 10:54 Lo. DeL.eon..s
It seemed to have material; will never be so cheap again.
figures were posted GUJJF TRANSIT CO. Consignees.
I ... .
: .. \.111i:-;; "; the longs
: .. .... -11:25 .. : ....: a depressing effect upon

THROUGH VIA' SERVICE 'nuf:, .....1. tU.4'11:5. fA, .,...' .,.. .. 7:1.5:3 and want prices of support gradually what little sagged there was for < scamtlaLQdgc. Special, No.communicat'on 15, F. &!A. M.of Saunders Mill Company, ..

p. .t ? from shorts takingprofits'
..kjE&E.&TH.and evidently coming ITscambia Lodge. No. 15. F. &
C&E.I. .. .. _._ .'
; 1O'f "' '\ !' : Phono 7'7 21 East Garden .Street.'
Friday. at
"UIluIM 1:1'31'. 12:1.5 .RlVl'f Junction A. M. 30th.
2 Jbreulia Tral.. Dall, ... ... ; '
PASHVIU.L 2 l' 'c.ksonv11le.. .. 7:30 o'clock. Work In F. C.
T TO CHICAGO'HROUGH '10:501. /. 7HO; :Ar: ., L"f'.J '
SLEEPERS-,DAY COACHES ,At-'Jr.' .'p'.I- c I Never can tell when yxrall mash and II. M. Degree. Visiting brethren. .
NEW ORLEANS TO CHICA80. finger or suffer a cut bruise, burn or fraternally Invited.
D.ereQ' UIIVNQ: ALL MEALS EN OUTe: Trains 21 and:%! and trains: 2 and 3 carry through sleeping carbetween. scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas : C. D. BEYER.
t"st.c.---'Co.a.P.A. I.L IOGEIS 'ka.A,:. Pensacola and Jacksonville via Rlvqr Junction and Seaboard Air Line.0Trains Eclectric Oil relieves the pain-quickly W..G. DATLEY.. W. M.I Subscribe for \ The Journal

h&; -.u&. TVI. stop on s1gna!.' -- cures .the wound. : ..: .-_ Secretary. .. ;... .-


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::LI. ""NEW STEAMERTO REAl ESTATE: ABNOCK I'[' POLLARD 1 1 ,Doctors Baffled I IMr.s.

.H.L U'soDwbo was run down

: ;r1 0 .Special' to The,Journal. 1 .and whose case baffled the skill

1. ;I:4r ENTER THE TRANSFERS Pollard, Mar 27.-J.- B. Murphy of ,of doctors, is restored to com.

fili Evergreen,. Ala.. was' shaking hands : 'plete health and strength byDuffy's
: : with friends.,In _Pollard ,this week. j Pure flail
')c'" : : Dr.. J,. T, B. Ford Is critically ill I :_ .-.'-it'MtS.E- Whiskey.
: 6 Ii ::; FoloWIng: is a list of the deeds re-! at his home. :prs. Parker and Header '- __ -\ "I lost Wegt.was J tired and listless

,' TRADE co'rded yesterday reported' by the son areattending him. and no medicine helped me until I took
:1'i.P.f' Pensacola Abstract Co: I,. Rev B. C.. Glenn, pres'ding! elder of Duffy's Pare, Malt "Whiskey. this lady

? Robert c., Taylor to Caleb Carl ler,1 CWPECOaays guaavaisizaa this district, will hod conference here' whose heart. .la filled with gratitude,

: NWtf Sec. 9 T. 2 S. R.31 W, $200. ,Sunday. Writes. t >
:1t.tlJ. t'A'j A. El Chilsen to T. J.,""Dr16: Jots 1| The Infant son of Mr. and :Mrs. Geo.' "For some Vine I have suffered from &
,j ; """ Between Pensacola and Points to 20, inclusive, block J93..New ,City S. Walker died Wednesday after an general rundown condition. which baffled I
t.: Illness! of Congestion LheftilCf: ?: : all my doctors I lost weight
'1f.'f- ". Tract. It is the Intentionof, this, deed< ,. only a few days. :
)' ----------- . : of the the causeof rapidly. was tired ana listless and no
to the undivided half ,Interest C- : 1 brain and lungs was
:. "' Along the ChoctawhatchieRiver. E.; L. REESE J, MENDEL Us months medicine helped me unto I began to takaDuffy's
". ...". of th.s! :property, .$500:, : death., .If. was Just Pure Malt 'Whiskey i
old am now
:. J. Emmet Wolfe to Elwood McLaughlin I
,.t ,1 lots! 16 and 17. block 160. Mrs. M H. Walker, of 'Ba;dad, was on my tenth bottle and feel' ,better thanI
: Clapp Tract, $100 and other conslderattens. Reese & Mendel calj: d to Pollard last week to attend have In a number of years' past I
know that I am cured, and I want. to,
the Mrs.
1 A new :the which funeral of her randsoiu
steamer, Eug ne, thank for It.-Mrs. H. Larson.] .
you 20
.... ] f'l.J has just been completed, is moored Chas. J. Levy to John J. Gibson, al! The Home Tailors, Wa kef' was accompanied by her son Pleasant Ave., Montgomery Abb. KOI.Duffy's .
1 1' alongside of: the wharf between Pala of the W..50 ft. of lots 1344 and 15, Ed, Waker.! of pen acola. u.1
J'; There's Nothinglike fox and Bajlen streets, where she is block 27. East King Tffict, ,East; ;-f. undergoing the, finishing touches 'before Tarra' ona street, $100 and other considerations keeping at anything but never
1 going into service. will :We tire as long as our 'streets, Whiskey
o1.\. a fresh spring Sunday to The new boat has been measured W. A. Flnlay, Jr. to J,_ W. lIy r, all 1 Builders ditches'and alleys are as' bad' as they j : 'pu.reMalt
'::1, : ,t; make old clothes !look out of. and 1 Inspected by the governmEnt of block 18, East Pensacola Addition, are. Some:: of our tches have the
):i date. (Better drop In heie and : -odor of connected with a negro -. curative powers and Its extraordinary
""i officials, as required! by $lOCO and other conslderat: ,-- a 5 wer because of it 'mnarkablr,healing and ,
r2 .. and select your Easter Suit. laundry .especially Just beyondthe record of eure covertn&' &,period .of more than fifty years Is prescribed Doctors -'
the regulations and entered on W. H. Helton to Annie Ard, S\V..14 j the
; twothoW ad leading_ hospKal? as *rr5S5.1st! nu''
: ': $10.00 to $25 00. the books at the custom house. of SWi-4 of.SEVi, Sec,'38, T. 1 S. It 01. postafflce ,We-p'ainly sec!'' our Ishlne$ tonlc-tj3ouUnt':M*: health-builder known to medicine. Malt
The new beat, which was bu'It atWhltfield 31 W.IGO.': town authorities will not awaken toon Whiskey cure -eourts. enW consumption grip! bronchitis and pneumonia It
i r Fla., is of 63 net tons. 102 W. H. Helton to,James Chestnut N from the p'eaaant slumbers they"now stimulates and 'enriches the blood aids digestion. bund up the nerve It tissue
.. against disease rrms. prolongs
; feet, in length 22 feet ,In width, and WVi of SE% cf6Eec.: S8.;,T. 1 SIt .y :': enjoy. We',-"liave actually seen the tones keeps up the the'heart old young and fortJflesthe and the young system strong. Duff}'. Pure Matt Whiskey con-
i The John White Store draws about four feet of water.. Her 31 W., $1CO. '* : M n's small boys atch1ng fish in the ditcbe* tafn:' no fuse) oa *.n4 is the only whiskey,that has beenl'eeognJ.zedas a medicln.
4 U1' horse power is about e'ghty. Henry Gray and Stephen C, Presleyto v insde of the corporation limits. We'Uhave This is a zuaranteob '- ,- '

'...:' ," 5pclaIist. M...*. W.a,'. The \ess?l is neat in appearanceand L. W. (>nesh. NWtf of Sec. 14, T alligators next eAtrrlOf-. SoI4I.. receNt..te4$6 bettis wet the ealy geeulnewbeu, never in bulk.you Look ask for for the Da1fy'trade-lDArk Pare saltWhl.kei. the
has 5 N. R. 31 W. 159" 750. T. N. Gilliam made a flying trip to .. the cork la tmllrokea.
I a seaworthy appearance fora acr's.; $ Old Oem""on the label and be ante the .at o.er .All
1f; : i 205-207 S. Pataiox ,Street river steame 'Captan; T. II. B'ud! A. M. McMillan to Lee Daniell an Century Sunday. reliable drarcttta anti rroerrt IT direct.*x.oo a bottle. DCtOs-8 advice and mc4lo
; : Phone 252. worth is managing owner and will undivided half interest in 'lots 16 and H Fine Mole} : Be'le Hcarn and her brother cat boOklet fr.. puffy Halt Wakey co.,Rochester,H.Y.

&J'n.r-1:;: have charge of the steamer when she 17, block t.t. East Pensacola City Co Livonia: are sick with fever.
. goes into commission. The Eugene Tract Sec 5. T.. 2 S. R. '29 W. $t, Misses Nettle and Nora Lindsay arrived N.'GOLDRI NG, Distributer.' .
I" will ply between Pensacola and all D. Hale Wilson to J. Conrad Scott, t : home Sunday from th? Highland --. I

.1) :l -- points up the Choctawhatchie river. lots 3. 4 and 5, block 170. New, ,City '-4 Clothes. Home school, .
The increased trade being! done be- Tract, $1 and other cons'derations.
1 Marine, Grocery Co. tween the towns along the river and Leslie E. Brooks to B, F. Wolfe, Alice Roosevelt's Wedding.
Pensacola have taxed the capacity of 'lots 11 to 14, inclusive, block 97, East was something to ,be ,recorded in the The Occurrence of! a Disastrous TornadoOr

tit., the boats now plying' .between these King Tract, Belmont Numbering, $100 New and up-to-date 1'ne!' of Spring anpals of history. Ilerbine -bas- been
i 604 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. points and the owners of the Eugene and other considerations. and Summer Suit:ngs and Trouser acknowledged th? greatest of liver 'cyclone in' any section must naturally cause greatconcern

r : hone 723. expect; to do a good business. T. J. Dyke to D. Hale Wilson lots Ings. regulators A positive cure for Bilious to all property owners-.
, The machinery of the vessel was 14 to 20, block 193 New CitY. Tract, Suits from 17.50 to $50.00. headaches Constipation! Ch:: ls|

: V. J. VIDAL Manager. Installed at' Pensaco'a and as soon $1200. Trousers from $500. to $15.00 and Fever, and all liver complaints. J. We Write. Tornado. Insurance,
: as the machinists complete a little D Hale Wilson to Henry L. Brooks, Join our Gentlemen's ,Suit CJUD. C. Smith, Little ,Rock, Ark., writes: :' f
t t .l-: JTHE H')ME OF GOOD THINGS '.TO:1w4 work thy!! have on band the vessel lots 14 to i0. inclusive block 193, Costs only $1.50 per month for pressing : "Herbine is the greatest liver medic which protects your property against damage by storm.
EAT I will 'be placed-In commission.A I New CUty: Tract, $1, and other consld! anj small repairs. :ns known. Have used it for years: The price is but little above nothing tho there is much
; .tF1-l 4 t Just Received: erations. Dyeing and Cleaning of mens ana It does the work. Sold.''by all drug-. '>protection.:

1r Halibut 'Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch BABY Henry L. Brooks to Henry s M. Yonge women's Clothes a specialty. gists. ; j
;r.4 ,1 50 kite ot fancy Mackerel, $1.25 ,per'HU and J. Wallace Lamar Give us 'trial. I A2ts
} should be sunshine in' the home,and 'Jots 14 to 20. a We will appreciateyour Life.nOwles Bros.Gen'I

!It.1 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit. will be If you give It White's Cream Inclusive' block} 193. New City -Tract, business. OrtlGIN OF FIRE. Fire. !
50 kits halibut 3ns. $1.25 per kit.. Vermifuge, the greatest worm medicine $100 and other considerations. REE'IE-MENDEL TAILORING CO., ,
P. R. Weekley to D, MclSsrain Phone 675. The Carton Storr Told by he Sooth
' 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds ever offered to suffering human'-! TV .1f ,N. Palafox.St.- '
III' '1 fcf 125 per ML ty. This remedy is becoming the per. lots 9' and 10- block 105" Pettersen's Sea Islander -., .. .- ---_-_ 3 3O

.. f", Bloaters. Milkers and Roes. Herring, manent fixture of well regulated Addition SI and other considerations. The south Sea islanders tell a'curious ...-..,.. ... .-,."..."...O....b........................... '
:,E pL: S Codfish Pickled 'Salmon Dill Pickles households mother, with children Louis Boley to J. W. Hyer, lots- Ii Florida and Alabama tory of the origin of fire. If.they are I -... : I ;pEJNAOOL.A: J
; tR: ) i Gennan Sauer Krout. can't get along without a bottle of and 7, Sec. 14. T. 1 N. R. 30 W. 160 to be believed,-.they came into possession : I

?')44.ti1: Pigs Fet in kits. $1.00i White's Cream Vermifuge in the acres,. $100 and other, considerations! LAND COMPANY ,of that: useful element In,the fpl- i$: Iron: Works and Supply Co. I I
bT Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cake. house. It Is the.purest and best med- lowing manner: A great whale was :

1 National Biscuit Go's Fruit, Cake 25c icine that money can buy. EVANGELIST KEGEL Manufacturers of once washed ashore upon one of their Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY ArJD BOILERS. t

it per pound. GOES TO HOLT. FLA. and Dealers in islands'during the prevalence of'a,terrible : FORGING, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP f <<
j We handle the celebrated blends of 0 REPAIRS A, SPECIALTY. attention I
Meeting of Tourist Club. LUMBER hurricane.; The monster became Prompt given to all orders $
Coffee roasted bv the Gulf City Coffee The Pensacola Tourist club will hold SAWED CYPRESS SHIN 4 day or night ,Agents for ,James; McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log' I (
-jt4; Holt will be the next point visited GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. entangled in a grove of tallow trees (a
II. P. Chipman, Manager.Oaiaca. .
Co., its last regular meeting at the Chamber 'lImber Dogs, also, chains of all descriptions. Omce phone 123. Rest1 1 '
Lh 35c lb.; Gold Standard, 25c of Commerce rooms this eveningat by Evangel: Kegei and his party, ... -- .. epeciea of: evergreens'whose: branches I dence phone 1029 P. O. Box .123PHIL WITTMAN, M'r.' $ ,
]b; Diamond Blend 25c Ibi; Golden 7:30. o'clock. A, full attendance is, who are on continuous'<- trip of the .L easily; ignite)' slid' whil gnash1ng"hifIt ,...................................................
} Lj 1Io 20c IbStrictly ., state of Florida and will conduct his imient"Agestruc "a ..
. ; desired. ;, eth in ) off <(<
1j i fresh roasted and as good 1,1, meetln'gs in every town, along the rail II : URIORT HC I spark which lighted! the grove'and'cpq- ,
'JW.l as any Coffee! sold in this! city. Ltuching- Confirm road. sumed .both trees and whale. Fires r..... ,'... ......... ... ............ ...........": 1'
Seed orders and will The meeting just close
us your we deliver at Bagdad.as "
Visitors in Washington nearly always which are .said to have been' erPetu-

promptly. sill upon the congressman from their all others was a conducted decided, :by success the evangelist Mr.- ated since the day of the "great whale l 2 Saves Both Gas and Eyes IIn I

----- -iiiii--I district and the latter, if of hospitable James Watson tha advertisng agent Special to The Journal. fire" may yet be seen:burning,. 'In many

turn, frequently invites them .to lunch for the party, leaves for Holt today Freeport Mar. 27i-The citizensare parts of tbe'Islands.
eon in the congress! restaurant a to thoroughly advertise the commun much.pleased $(th the result of :A' other fire legend, believed in by C providing.light for thqf<< home or'office; the strength and :
privilege.lilgbly prized by the average ity. i a school election which was held the Inhabitants' of the islands to the character 'the". light must be considered. :
visstor. Once number of The meetings will here north of the in wbicli the "gie t
I a women call be conducted at on Salurdayj; at -which it was ones
1 '54 ed ,upon a wealthy congressman and the Baptist church of Holt, this courtesy -,voted to make Frgeport' a special whale fire" is preserved, Is to the effect, The 'W sbsc.ing Gas Arc and | :

were duly Invited to hava luncheon being personally' extended to Mr. school district, as _this will .give us that a great air dragon (probably lightning The, Welsbach SOO-C. P. Gas Arc | J.I'
with him, which they promptly and Davis the business manager for Rev. an eight months school. The follow- ) breathed upon a tallow tree and .

' J.it gladly accepted, and when'seated proceeded Henrich Kegel, as a result of a unan:- ing gentlemen were selected as trustees set its branches on fire. From the coals are a triumph, lighting, purposes giving a clear bril-' ..
mous vote of that : Messrs. N., } : )
to order a luncheon substantial church,' by their <<:Guire. John Mc-, left, from this*fire they learned of Its, ,,1t nti.1e.lioft'. and steady light and more nearly Jike day
pastor Rev. J. A. Abbott who Cullough ana'' Dr. D '\
enough for day laborers. When the active in tookan The : 0 1.1iIU1mqp. --. great value and bave 'ever since used. light of any lighting agency known. The '300 c. p. arc .*
part the
meetings atMil- young paotle--were quitegay domestic I costs only'three.cents an hour to white the. sin (
check for the luncheon was handed to ton and Bagdad. last week. Mraod Mrs. Frank the element for purposes'and : < operate,,
the congressman and be handed a bill The entire party will leave Pensa McLain having given,asocial on' Monday to their religious ceremonies. They %le arc 'CQsts'about 20 percent less to run than the open f Ji

for the amount to the waiter one of the cola for Holt Thursday morning and night and Mr and Mrs. R. L. also have a"tradition that the time will .. ,:tip! with an, Increase in light of about four fold. .

s women remarked; that she thought con- open a two we ks meeting, commenc Burnham one onWednesday night come when the dragon will return lot i. : J
!* gressmen did not bare to pay for their ing FrIday! night, March: 30Peterman'sjtoacli. Delightful refreshments were served the fire and:that no man will be able .

meals there or she would not have or- and both, ev&nine-:!-*...weroioyed --- ITpa.tlv.__n* pn.-- to withstand him and save' the sacred Pensacola Gas Company :

dered much., The he be born with
so congressman, says spark except a person t .
'Mr. Duncan McLean of Phone-148. 4! 24 and 27E. Garden
formerly Street.
pink and white i
the narrator, explained that paying for eyes, fair skin hair.

luncheons was one of the pleasant privileges Food. gan.this place Fla.. where has returned he' was from connected Milli- For"this reason the birth of an albinois :....... ..t......... ............................1 <<

L1 i which were still permitted to the with the Scotch Manufacturing Com always balled as a good omen and
congressmen by' an indulgent government A Boon to "ous keepers. pany. 'his or her person guarded with jealous ........ ....- -.......,................................ c

kAt14tIL and that it was one which they Mr. Jas. H. Davis and bride 'nee: -care so -as to preserve life to its .utmost i C

especially,enjoyed. "And visitors helpus Miss Bertie Rogers of West Bay. arrived limit. Marionette mentions seeinga PLAGINOL OLIVE OIL. i
enjoy It, too" h& added.-Baltimore Thursday' and seem very happyi "fire god" 'or "fire guard" (albino) .
American.A i their :house making. while on his .visit to the islands who I --.1' .
Miss Ettie Strickland!, of Pt. Wash I was, believed to be at least 155 years ITS, HIGH IN QUALITY. i ii. |
cgton, passed through hfo: on Friday !- ,
Mohammedan i old and, who had always been providedfor
en route to Jacksonville Fla., to ;
The Mob mmedans the custom i by the tribe.Refnnesquc .
enter a business college. She was accompanied i.
when they receive a present of thanking as far as DeFuniak. t).' :' who made south sea ,island jt

God first,then the giver. If you do The most improTe.1 method to'free house her sister Mrs. W. H. Wesley. : myths and legends a study for ,
them a favor they will say, "I thank of large or tlmaU roaches I..tQ use thecnateni ft Mr. and 'Mrs John Cameron, of years, is of the opinion that the returnof .' fcelleve to be, the best to be had-Its quality is perfect .

God for your kindness to me." Some of time.a box Shake-Ptterman'g it on Joints Roach Food at one ,. 'ensacola, spent a few days with the dragon '>r his fire Is symbolicof i and for cooking purposes it simply has no equal any- .
tIC) some of it j
: will .
may comply rather thoughtlessly:: with penetrate and remain to keep the pw-misea, friends this week. death and the fight of the spirit 1'iVhre.Under this statement the popular grocer offer *
tIti'i this custom, which they )have: inherited the rontinuouslyfree.most destructive Roaeeeatjtuf. it is I f I t Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McCasklll are ---'or' i. ., '. ?it .to, its customers in bottled-.-two sizes-pints and quarts J
on this '
earth to I
receiving! congratulations on the arrival -

say from it their:with.fathers their whole but'heart.Popes many. certainly pl.ce then.BEDBUOS-Teterman, to and lire it and will multiply not cOtter!spiBcoTery"* I htm to(quick other 1 I .of Henry a daughter.Mr. ReddIck. of Four Mile : ]:; Pints, :.30 ,cents. Quarts,, 6O cents. i\

mlrer)-B-dknpj!,, take it i i!Ftoint went to DeFuniak to participate !- rPN'y'C"llDREN :
th circnlat'on I4WGsludenA7 P\/ The Popular t
ten J'A''CO
going over where j in the Veteran's!! day' celebration :
and Their Beard Phon.e-183 lmmr\
!\t It is bruaht't i oh hRhtlj- ci Saturday. and reports an enthu : I Grocer. *

1 1 Copyright It we are to believe the old proverb, on It's beds invaluable wh n apart if bra.and t d slanic! meeting. .' WORDS OF INTEREST TO EVERY ........ .......'...................................
"'" 1906 prophets have always bad beards for ,l, oobwIufpietnretra"emouldJngs. -, Mr. J. F; Beal of Hogtown passed .:MOTHER:;' IN PENSACOLA."Surely : -- 4
! t B. Kupp.inh.ki.r&Co.,Chi.That's the faithful to,swear by. Not so with .. .t the popes. From the time of St. Peter \ not tnre rust or harm tund- Mr H. A. Davis who has been in -
or bedding OJor. de .'
ih. a Nobby Suit down to the r ar11M the popes all less and not poisonous. washington county for the past two mothers not to blame Harked."This.
are ,
Petcrman's Fl- said the enthusiastic
coTtry"(liquid> in fitxible.! young
wore full boards, but for the next four months returned home on Friday. '
handy cans for crack., wa la. for ihat which they cannot help said '
mattressea. .
eto reporter going $o be : of
The of the one
Rsv. pastor
centuries they were cleanly shaven.Then Odorless non-eipJoeiT V ; Thompson. a: member of the firm of W. H. White '
have :
you on.'Yho's jour tal..Lif.M > t powder
. came a period ,of two centuries &k; Co., our well known druggists oMr
to kill and '
lor nowadays
away ants also
one man was .water beettes day here visiting and cheering the month. Now,,,mark my.words."
heard to In which they again wore. the beard. or black beet 1-n in one nichtmerman ; .: 'I ng recent Interview but when we
say another a few :
y rick this week.
'mM i> Rat Mouse Food' titAns man.t Whereupon the editor Seized his large
ratsorinica tee so thin pale-faced and
days ago. The gentleman smiled but from the year 1700 until the present wild: they will leav and not return. Dr. E. P. Ross; of VaiAsta. Ga. club shaped bine pencil; d '
? ; -;{ in.a satisfied manner and replied time the smooth face alone boa important Take no:thin other mone. a* ,time. may. ,"be.yea more passed through here Friday en route puny> help:children feeling on'that'moth our streets rs we are'to cannot : so j
-Kuppenheimer." been seen I Iq the line. ,
$144 papal Originated in U7s Perfection JBOB home -
by Grit.
blame 'and.Ppe wish we could tell .
*;''t.t The first speaker looked surprised M.G6\8\Vm:\ West Peterman' lath 8t 14r,New(.Ch'-mis York$City. H. F. Gonzalez, of Pensacola. is. every mother1 in Pensacola what VI: Grit is the'grain .6f; character. It Food odors will posItively J,
ria and said "Kirppenheim- StarvIng, bat Not For Bread.A London.Ert.Montr*,, U P.Q: here shipping! lumber for the W. SKejspr nol! will do for her children may be described heroism materialized
; Jn3 ?" beggar who informed a gentlemam Sold by au druggists in, Penstand Co. Vlnol not mix In an
er Is not
patent medicine, but
spirit and will
: heart
throughout the : ,
: well known his United Htates. J c; Blackburn made a trip to Val o .
philanthropy In
.1tli You ,don't really mean to say lie : dosta. Ga.. this week on business It.conta5a a highly concentrated brain and backbone, ,soas! to form part AUTOMATIC Refrigera :
all the
was dying of starvation was presented : 'form strength-creating and
that is a ready-made suit Well, -----r------ Miss Molhe Crawford is spending of the physical.Bubttancq'qf. the; man..
by the with loaf body-buildngeIements: of cod liver
man a
I never should have guessed it. this week in DeFuniak. -Whipple. 1 tor.
of oil actually ,takpn from fresh cods'ivers 0
bread. The would be benefactor ,
;gi. It looks in every like I . -
way a
4i4r high; priced custom tailored I the was considerably startled, however, at The Old, Style" of not upset; witbtnrl the grease stomach or like oil 'old It-does fashcnad Relattoa'-Became# :St..ae- .,,: That point ALONE

p11. suit. i Indignant surprise of the emaclat. Tho Camel fll. nip., ,Mrs. to settle the J
cod hver oil antf emulsions, Ambisn often tell -my husband ought, ques
7.fj More men every day are find that one. "I'm not bread hungry% said HandworkIn The camel was the 'last of the ani and its taste is so delicious that'chlldren I wish he-bad more'get.up.and j jtlon"oughtn't

Jt.u1 ing out that Kuppenheimer's Globe.individual iHad haughtily.-London the laundry business was mals to enter the ark. "Hey there love 'It.Vlnol : get"'about Mm.' 'Mrs, JUen---In; ed1 It? 4.

I t1b. ready to wear ,Clothes are Just : good, but far too expensive. The, you" called Noah- "get a hump onTourset strengthens the 'most delicate I've ,often bearfl that be) gets 'np and I
$4X : as satisfactory in every way as machine work usually!gotten Is :" Then the camel promptly stomach makes rich, red Hood gets hIs oTO >>retkfut* Chlcago'Trib- ,
Wot '
&I.ii4 first class custom-tailored Observed tt.Mr. cheap-but hardly *+,At' Ole got Its.back up and that's tow it bap.; builds strong- bone structure creates -
une. ,- 1
ments. Upjohn (at the banquet)-The pened.-Philadelphia Record hard. firm-flert tissue and rosy-cheek 1I
colonel is.a good after dinner speaker, STAR LAUNDRY.. ed, sturdy .children are the inevlta.ble 1I I
I but did you notice bow queerly be mix- WE COMBIN result '. A. lazy maq Is ai:,VMleas .as:a.'Geadman' I
1g ed ,his metaphors? Mr. Struckoyle The careful, conscientious The power of fortune is confessed Mrs, Jennie Perse ,of Mansfield and take, .np.'more 0'room,-Hub-.
WhyernoRe's been taking 'em work of the hand 'laundry with- only b, the miserable for the happy Ohio, says that her little boy badoverstudi bard. *.'f"Whew :: .t"- .

i.3Ih. straight: I think so far.-Chicago Tribune. the moderate charges and Impute all their success to prudenceand d.And was so run down . . ,
prompt delivery the machine. merit-Swift down that-he was a mere shadow. .Alae..:.......;.... ]
H. 0 ANSON Well be glad to-" call for your,.', _VIne ,made him a strong, well. boy In !, :wbattQttI2srou: -

: : niff\t' 1+ BU Llae. bundle. .- Ilia Revolatlom/; a remarkably,short time. ed? That Pr Tea' wi)4t) >.FTe..always

"Could you do the landlord in the The Star Steam "Speaking of-revolutions. began the : : This well children.known and druggist says. said-that,. no" mtter h6w. plain and 8 ;
Tor both. adults :Vinol
t CASH CLOTHIER, 'Lady of Lyons?'" asked the manager' loquacious man, "I was the v central fig-; h tha. greatest strength' creator, badly tempered tt'flrj" may.be. there'salaya
f of the seedy aCtor' "Well, I should Laundry are in one myself once. jody builder. and health\ -restorer we a 'fool'retd"lip. --inarry, ner.. 107 SOUTH FALAr-OX STREETPENSACOLA ,
toner Palafoi and *, "Somewhere in South America' Who's the poor''ma 2'r.1 ..; '
Main. think I might I have done a good save ever sold, and,we will gladly refund C
many landlords"!"Kansas City; Independent 37 B. daroan 8X. .f" Phon 114.Psaucold. I "Xo; in Massachusetts.' I got'caughtIn the 'money. paid for it In every \" amr-Lei: "-, ':".: : :1i': : --- J
tII .Jf, t: ._' the shafting-of. awoolen: millP&iladdpWaJLedger ."-* ease where 'it fails to give satisfaction : : ::1

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