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

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ORDERIn USING INSURANCE FUNDS,


BONDS SOLD AT PREMIUM 1
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MINERS WAGE SCALE IS Former Officer of N.Y. Charged!, .


B Bill in Order to Expedite i With Funds
FAR FROM SETTLEMENTMOTION ] Transferring S to CHRISTMAS GAVE THE

Its Passage.A I II I Republican Committee

TO CONTINUE PRESENT SCALE FOR TWO YEARS: WAS I I II I a WHOLE THING AWAY PURCHASED OY A .l

DEFEATED BY SOLID VOTE OF MINERS-REFUSE MINERS
NEW PRECEDENT Declares Trustees of Company t
I THREE CENTS ,AND INCREASE PRICE ONE DOLLAR. ALLEGED MURDERER. OFKiS!: FATHER, JUDGE CHRISTMAS AND
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are Equally Responsible. ,FAMILY CINCINNATI A
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By' Associated Press. to 'President- Mitchell's motion to restore -
First Rule of f the Kind Ever Reported Indianapolis Mar. 28.-The joint the scale of 1903 was offered by HOLLAND GOES TO PIECES AND MAKES DAMAGING

conference of the coal miners and Robbins, of the Pennsylvania operators CONTRIBUTION (APPROVE BY STATEMENT. .
by Committee. operators of the central competitive and accepted by Mr. Mitchell. FIRM
districts adjourned to-day until tomorrow This question will be considered to FINANCE COMMITTEE: OF THE

afternoon with no settlementof morrow. COMPANY WHEN SUBMITTED'TO I SoecUI to' The, Journal. this morning, and denied 'owning 'it.!
DELIVERED the wage differences reported and In a speech to-day Mr. Mitchell! QIarlanna Mar. 28,-W. D. Christ Later he admitted that the shirt was
SENATOR KNOX with none in prospect, so far as any said the American people d'd: not understand THAT BODY-PERKIN'S PA- mas,' son of Judge Christmas who,I I his but that he had killed hogs in it II
ON RAILROAD indications pointed.A why the operators could refuse Walter Holland son-in-law of Judge!
SPEECH RATEr motion to' continue the. present an aolvance of three cents.per ,ROLED IN CUSTODY 0F! HIS AT- with his family was' brutally murdered I Christmas, who is accused of being City Council Acted Unanimouslyon

QUESTION, SEVERAL FEATURES scale for two years, made by the ton to miners while the increase in on the night of February 5 last at a party to the murder, after the denial II
operators, was defeated by, a solid the price to consumers' was one dollar TORNEY.By. home in Compbellton Jackson coun- had "been made by Christmas, exclaimed Recommendation of
OF WHICH HE DECLARED I vote of the mineiu. An amendment 'per ton. ty, who is in Jail here charged with : "That gives the whole dthing

UNCONSTITUTIONAL CABLETO the murder, was today shown a bloody away." Bond Trustees.

Associated Press.. shirt that was found between the ceiling The preliminary trial of the men

PANAMA A NECESSITY.By I Blue and Gray May Form a New York, Mar. 58.:-George W. and the second floor of his store will occur :Monday.

Perkins, a member of J. P. Morgan & J. N. Hazelhurst Will Not Be Resident

Company, and formerly vicepresidentof
Associated Press .1Va.tionaIOrganization Benzine Explosion Causes
: the New York Life Insurance Co., Engineer.
Washington Mar\ 28.-The House I
was, technically placed undewqrrest
today {In order that the legislative, By Associated Press.: |of those who fought In the o'vil! war. today in the proceedings, whfch 'Dis- $150,000 Fire in New York

executive and judicial appropriationsmight :Atlanta. Mar 28.-The first of the About twenty states,* were represented trict Attorney Jerome began i| to test ; TRUSTEES HAVING BEEN UNABLE
be considered without being; by nearly six hundred veterans -
two days session of the Blus and the legality of political contributionsby TO REACH AGREEMENT WITH
subjected to limitless points of order, and the utmost harmony prevailed.Among By Associated Press. hat factory of Henry H. Roelofs and
Gray state organizations ,was held the prominent speakers' today insurance companies. ,
passed a rule prohibiting that methodof there (Philadelphia' Mar.' 28.-An explosion Company, at Twenty-fourth and Green HIM HATTON WILL PROBABLY
to-day, with expectations that were general Julian S. Carr of The warrant was issued bf PolicJ streets,
entailing an estimated loss
) fighting the bill. Notwithstandingthat to-morrow will see, the formation o! North Carolina; "Corporal" Tanner, Magistrate Moss and the allegations of benzina today resulted in a fifty thousand dollars on the of BE APPOINTED ENGINEER-IN.
factoryand
this appears to have been the a national organization which will Commander of the G. A. R.; Governor fire which destroyed the major portionof one hundred
which it is based with the trans- thousand dollars
{rsi t special rule ever reported from perpetuate, without distinction between Terrell, of Georgia, and Mayor Woodward on the Roman Catholic 'church of St. the church, partly covered ty ,Insur-on CHIEF-PLANS TOR CITY HALL
north and south, the memory of Atlanta. fer of $48,702 of the funds of gie New
the committee on, rules directly affecting York Life Insurance Companyto Cor Francis Xavier and destroyed the, ance. APPR'OVED-M\1CH BUSINESS

: an appropriation bill, its necessity nelius ,N. Bliss, treasurer of Jlhe Re- TRANSACTED.

is regarded as paramount toa Six Foreigners Horribly I publican National Committee, 1S04. BRODIE L. DUKE

precedent. It was adopted after a t Mr. Perkins immediately sectored a ,

estate: of an hour by a vote of 1C9, writ of habeas' corpus :and tlje case TEfflS S AGAINSTTHE T The regular semi-monthly meetingof

to 100:, twenty republicans i Butchered Minneapolis I was carried .Immetl.ately'to the supreme GETS DIVORCE the City Council was held last

with the Jnt:nority. The .toting"" court, where. it will be heard night, when many matters of Interest
Friday.In were transacted. While there was
a: the day was devoted to :a- By Associated press night and six o'clock this morning.! the argument before Justice :much business disposed of, one of

ton: of the bill and 'more progress! 28.-In a little I They were evidently slashed to Greenbaum in the habeas corpus proceedings By Associated' Press. WHOLE 'the most Important matters to receive t..
Mar.
Minneapolis, 'New York.?: Mar. 28.Brodie L.
was made than in all days heretofore death In a fight wjth some of their Mr. Delafied)}, Mr. ;Perkins's attention of the council was
two-story ramshackle. frame building! to have declared the of Duke, of Durham, N. C., a' relative of
count rymen. Revenge ,seems attorney, .that trustees the selling of the city bonds. The issue -
given to the measure. I on. Tenth avenue, scrth, sCx Greek 'or been the motive as money was (found: the New York. Life permitted 'Mr. :Me- the president of the,.American Tobacco of $300,000, which had ben advertised -

!Syrian laborers were horribly 5n the house and on the 'persons of Call to make the' political: :contribution Co., was'today granted a di- according to law, was sold
KNOX SPEAKS ON THE4AILROAD butchered some time between last! the dead men. alleged and that he submitted= It vorce from:, his wife. Alice Webb .SOUTH to the banking firm of 'Seasongood &
RATE Bill::I to the finance cornmlttetyof:, fie 'copang *- Uuie! ....X'lKMn ,be married here ou.OecenrberlD Mayer, of Cincinnati. This firm was
-' 1904;: When the"case-was the highest bidder
liy which it was 'approved. and took the entire -
Washington. Mar. 28. Mr. Knox FIRE DESTROYS "If any offense has ben, committedby called for trial yesterday counsel fpr issue at ,306,156... There were a
iraje bis first speech in the Senate Mr. Perking said "Mr., Delafield >Mrs.! Duke did not appear. hu.ru.heror bidders but none were '

to-day lie spoke on the railroal) TOURIST CLUBHELD hen the. honored names'of.the men Attitude! of Lone Star State Agaips willing' to pay the premium offered

rate question and dealt almost exclu-| MUCH PROPERTY who composed that ,comawttee" 'are TO. MAKE FULL'INVSTIOAJION by the Cincinnati company, so the
Board of Bono! Trustees recommend
with )
involved client.
equally my Quarantine Bill
sielyrith the l?gal features of the! i .. Severely
I ed the acceptance of their bid. The
.The attorney stated that, Mr. Per '
problem. lie indicated several proilslons ; -t \ council also named two New York
kins had made a./ull. statement of the Criticised. r
of the House bill which he! H LASTMEETING By Associated'Press.Johnstown entire matter to District Attorney Jerome banks as depositories temporarily i .

considers unconstitutional and expressed -| Pa., Mar. 28.-Fire and supplied him with the testimony I and, a National bank wall; be named ,

the opinion that Mr. Bailey's; which broke out in the business section he needed.Mr. Special to The Journal. later as the Pensacola depository.

amendment. depriving the United '! here shortly after midnight last .. Perkins was paroled in the custody By Associated Press. 'New Orleans Mar., 2S.-"Texas When the council convened Mayor
States circuit courts of power to I under control till day- of hIs attorney. New York Mar. 28.-Judge OTSulli- against the whole South," lr: the opinion Bliss presided and there were present
grant temporary injunction, would night; was not van, In the court of general sessions heard on every side in Louisiana I Aldermen. Cahn, Christie. D'Alem-
not stand the test of the courts. li'ght, when it had burned itself out MUTUAL ELECTIONS today reit rated to the grand Jury, in expressing the attitude of the,berte Hays. Maura McHugh, Mul-:

The speech was awarded careful after destroying four large business WILL BE POSTPONEDBy which Is engaged in the ,investigationof Lone Star State agalnsMhe William don. Reilly. Wright and Yonge.

attention and at its close the speaker I structures and causing a loss of over life insurance matters, that their quarantine bill which is expected to The reading of the mirites were

t:as generally congratulated by his million dollars During the Associated Press. ,sworn duty was to continue the investigation leach a vote in the House the latter dispensed with for the time being
colleagues. Will Be Held half a I ,Albany.. N. Y.. Mar. 28.-The bill to the end./ He instructed 'lart of next week and reprisals are and a communication from the mayor: t
I But a Social Meeting progress of the fire William Campbell, portponing the Mutual Insurance Co., them also of their right to demand not remote. Th9 attempted blockingof wan rears, in which be recommendedthat :

CABLE TO PANAMA a fireman, was caught under falling elections until November 15 was that the district attorney subpoena a measure which means safety for an ordinance be passed confiscating

NOW A NECESSITY Friday, Which Closes the walls and probably fatally injured. :rassc'! In the senate to-day. witnesses to be examined. the entire south in the matter of yellow all weapons taken from par
fever, though It prove futile, will ties at the police station a$ the practice -

Washington!; Mar. 28.--'S ecretary Season. have its effect'if the south is calledon of returning them was a danger
Taft before the Senate Committee I to nominate a southern man ous one. The recommendation was k

on Military Affairs to-day explained, Club which reorganized either for the presidency or vice-pres adopted. "
the items in the appropriation bill: The Tourist portion of the idency In 1908. Senator Bailey of The Finance Committee.

ant! laid spx-lal: stress upon the necessity during the early which containedas Texas Is among those mentioned as a i' Chairman Reilly of: the finance
winter season, and possibility," and It is safe to the
fro a military cable to Pana-, say
the tourists committee submitted
nearly all of a report coverIng -
members
r south will not have
forgotten his
West Porto Rico and endeavor
IDa via Key
the winter in Pensacola, various matters referred to that
who spent 1.0 thwart her best interests
Gnantanamo Such cable Is '
a pro- committee. The committee
yesterday recommended -
meeting
S i
Tided! for in the l bin by an aippropria-I held its last business in the rooms of the when convention bees are buzzing,I that the leave of absence
afternoon for as he and a majority of his colleagues
\ton: of hundred ,
nine and
twenty- .
5 1t asked for by Marsha] Scbad to attend =
seven thousand dollars.CONDITION Chamber of Commerce.attendance of t Jl H6b have stood together against II the 'convention of police chiefs in
There was a good every other state in the south on the!
Hot Springs be granted also! the fod
members and a number of matters quarantine bill, they will not be apt
to defray expenses. Relative to the
OF were considered. The meeting was to overlook it. Congressman Wil-
twelve additional
the last business session to be held r liams,. of Mississippi: and sanitary inspectors
t Richardson'l asked for by the City Board of
by the club as the season I isnow about of Alabama express
Health, the committee recommended
THE: WEATHERCHANGE over and those who have not already the passage of the bill. Texas to the; that four be allowed at present.

departed for their homes in the north I contrary notwithstanding, and, as the The committee also recommendedthat
will be doing so at an early date.It 0 icy J i I mosquito dogma has superceded the the city attorney be called uponto
close the season 1 r t 1 1IIIII former vacillating theories
decided to I'I numerous
was adv'se the council if
IN WAS it is not the
TEMPERATURE !
night, ( of fever transmission so will
with a social session: Friday II r yellow duty of the County Commissioners to
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NOTICEABLE THIS MORNING when there will be vocal and Instrumental _.l sane and rational measures supercede furnish statements of the amount i
other features, the barbarous and childish shotgun -
music and -WILL BE COLDER TODAYA make the last gathering a AotANL quarantines of the past. New Orleans -
which will levy to the city In order that the latter s
the scene of so much trouble:
most pleasant one. can keep its accounts in a more
and loss last year is buoyant and I
tendered.Seeretary -
A vote of thanks was 1 I accurate manner.
slight change In the ,temperature W. C. Jones, of the Chamber of confident this spring and with a All of the recommendations of the
t Qrip watchful and truthtelling board of
for his many acts of kind- 0 committees were adopted.
"as noticeable early this morning, Commerce / J believes that they summer will.
there in entertaining the club, and also health Regarding the comptroller's office
being a fall of several decrees ness visitation.OFFICERS i
without a
"d H Is expected that It will toe much to the Chamber of Commerce for the (C_ t.GL It6 pass the finance committee reported that

colder! today, as the wind will shiftto use of its rooms in which the meetIngs OYEA 1 'a. f t OEfl 5R it had gone through the system'' of !

the north. Weather Observer were held.SMELTING. OF THE keeping the city accounts thoroughly,

Reed in his daily bulletin! on weather Co D) .1 fraR1n making a 'careful investigation and
bad ecded! that some changes should .1
conditions'The yesterday said: WORKS En f PU$LIC \ Mar. ..ERw. / MUTUAL RESIGN : be made in the system. It recommended -
is ,
northeastern disturbance that two additional books be
f aeQ 41.ytRavnKE
moving The\ off the north Atlantic coast. FIRE / / yornvsti A I kept one to contain the license busi-
Texas BY
depression has been forced DESTROYED By-Associated Press. ness and the other the road and
fcatli"ard by the area of high pressure '' f/L1Mr ef 6tr+i New York Mar. 8.-Vic-Presidents bridge tax fund. The committee
over the Missouri and upperMississp.pl arf6 PoAf/N Grannis and Gillette, who .are also stated In this connection that the
valleys this depression By Associated Press. _o /41N Trustee Langstry, of the
; i8.T1se trustees, and comptroller, who had been of much!
Has increased somewhat in strengthand Grand Encampment' Wyo.; Mar. r f cdel 'Mutual Life Insurance Company, today assistance, also agreed that two additional
:
and i
is causing h'gh! easterly windson smelting, concentrating Nil pq tendered their resignations at a books should be kept. The.

the southern coast of Texas. These electric and steam power plant of the ..; r meeting of the board of trustees. Therep3rt recommendation was adopted!
conditions have caused rains over the Pennsylvania-Wyoming Copper Com- = of the Truesdale committee
/ tits Tax
Certificates.
Bull and Atlantic states, except on pany was almost completely destroyed, I was-received and ordered printed but {
she F'orida: peninsula; the rainfall has, by fire today, entailing a loss of.about P d r \ no other action was taken upon it. Tax Assessor Whiting addressed' a
been heavy to excessive over MississIDpI three or four hundred thousand dollars 4r' oP trEt. t communication.! to the finance committee : -
I Alabama and Georgia, attended partially covered by'insurance. 'e c1t \ ? STILL UNDECIDED stating that he had applied tot, e
w many -..; I clerk of the ,circuit court for the tax
localities by thunderstorms. :-j ABOUT THOSE DIMES
Snow, certificates of 1902 1903 and 1904,
has fallen since 7 p. m. Tuesay Marshal Schad is still undecided
PRIMIIRwinEINPANOIR enclosed the reply of the cle.J[.
LIFE OF I and
dimes which he has
.ea.tn.southern Kansas and western about those two The latter stated that he could not
j light, York and there has also been In his possession end wTirca have the surrender the certificates unless cer
raIn or snow in the Rocky Moun. appearance of counterfeit Yesterday
taro' ynr L, tain conditions were complied wit,
districts. he carried them to one of the refuse
would to
and that ha give
t "II> is much colder in North Texas, banking institutions, where'they were them up nnlws compelled to do BO by

P'nn':ylvanla] and in western New By Associated Pros' T. ,vrf[ t 111 said to be the genuine article. the courts. The matter was referrer A
lor* The southern depression wil'Cause St. Petersburg, Mar. _28.-\Many y- f Nf /ftp Another bank teller said they bad to the oily attorney.

a continuance: of rain In this threats have been made against the a genuine ring. but might contain ; Bonds Were Sold.

'unity tonight, and probably Thursday life of Premier Wltte.f Yesterday he aluminum, which gave them the appearance The: regular order business. WM
: when the winds will become received warning that-unless'he left of having been dipped in

Lnortherly and the wm the government in a -week he would be solution or preparation. .(Continued on Page Tkrtt). J
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r t .:: healthful development which is so essential to their happiness,when grown. When j&7! much to YOU I ]
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cleanse and sweeten andS ,
which is given to them to *
4;s' f'..1' laxative is needed the remedy 'w,. rt When Max J Promotions of! Sta-- Every member of 'a
. J strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would .( {-.ti' LastNight, ; and Changes

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:;: ,. because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup '... :" lif; where you are "at."

) ,r.' of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only,laxative which should be used by \;::;/. ,'-,.?. LABEL.

.... ,'. 'f'oo.I:. fathers and mothers .:IT'r2&A:2 -:i Toe Pensacola Lodge or Elk! held following orders showing pro- The importance of
:r. w i JTIVCrc; ; t. = ..-- : Its annual election! of officers last stat: of na -
::w of on ,
and naturally motions and changes
of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly this Label l. on
. 'I : ': ::: Syrup '' night at the club rooms, and from .all the your
J .;t. ? witheat griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, f< \J ij.! reports it. was an interesting session.: val officers." have teen Issued by job printing and on Doyou endorse Organized
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1-(\ : \ time cathartics and modem imitations, and against which the children should be so4c large and ix>me of the members who week: newspaper but more substantially by
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visited th3 rooms Captains-J.
you
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manhood and employing It
to '
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; ti.. ( months past were among those pres- announced \ MIller' 'ordered to
J. M. when
obvious
oI.Y'.5 I. "', strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not ...J:tt:;; ent. ; you This Label on your printing
;.;-'p" f-,,? ::;: of laxative give them only ._-.Y The In lastnight's .command "Lansasterf.:: ; ,G. L Dyer.detached take'into consideration shows that do.L1J.
.. '/ '../ I .. ; -:,,;,,;: needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way a ,.,- principal interest department and ordered you
in thrace navy
,'l -4. ;o.;. and gentle-Syrup of Figs. : meeting was centere.: that every member
k i :;: the simple, pleasant for Exalted Ruler the other to duty as commandant of Charleston -
'b ,.:;;:.;'e-j.;:: L Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative 1\ 1 electcns: being: unanimous. The new South Carolina station commandant of organized labor

: fJpS.S1; t ...:J principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our; 1",1- < officers are as follows: -j. of PortRojal station, and, as here and elsewhere
J ; original method of manufacture and as you value the health cf the little ones, do ..r11ot ::::-ri H Exalted Ruler Max. J. Heiaberg. '; commandant of the Sixth light: House I
\P. :.t f knows what the Union
; : : Esteemed Le3.dng. : Knight-Henry district
sometimes offer
which unscrupulous dealers to (
i : :t\;. not accept any of the substitutes -7 Jr, commission -
: ix' \ Jeudevine. j !(hnmanders-E. Lloyd Label stands for. :
: I ,' IL :_, increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company'd. El;teemed Loyal Knight James AWhite. announced; J. .A. IL Nichols

tr 11ot, : \_ S-.. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In S... ( J\ detached duty as commandant of Port Place ads. onlyin
.. your
: order to get its beneficial _\ .rt Etateeined:: Lecturing KnIght-I. G? Royal and Charleston. stations and ordered .
.Lq : .t" :...,. :_'..J 1-il. .) .;........ ,r.. A'mard. ... home. publications that This Lobel'on your news..
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L : t....;:.(-'f''h..I.' ...."..;:\.:,_.. .,. ........._. to buy the genuine \..." "','\ --... -' "r.r .''l_-, Treasurer-Gib Fell. ..' Deg: ordered to the Bureau of Steam use Labor strictly Is employed to

barN; .I..t. ..5, :'': ..-?-i "...... only. For sale by all reliable .. ...-/J..., t I :..1t1h .,,: "; ...,.,.,..'. (Representative "Geo. W. Turton. Engineering:' J. H. Rowen ordered to Have work It.This.
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ft"..'h<'-';. '.". '. ,:. l'.... ; '...\_. druggists. .1.::4:.....;...".1. }. 'j '';. '.f".,.:: 'Y: {::cFt : l,,..., 'Alternata-Max L. Bear. duty at eavite'Staton: ; R. M. Hughes your
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.. .' ; ) .. ( Two new candidates were initiated "blow and bluster"
;i f... .::,\. :;1 :.t.f.. J-{ ''.--.ff': f'. ( ......;....:r. : to duty.as inspector of. ordnanceat printers. cannot
l t .J; .(..... ...,.. .! !" .. '''; J '\ Ii'.I r.-.' ..... and the event was greatly enjoyed Naval .Magazine\ Fort -JTIfflin; Pa. prove. If It's'on your print.
;. ..... l- '"::'.'' .:.-..foo..;':.. .._.__. __ r...-..l......... ....,..:.;:...:/...::". -.../......) by all. After thj meeting lunch' was Lieutenants--W. C. Asserson detached -I leg, printer
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t..!. '-".. : I't : i : : : : :, .: <" '. 1.1.:1'; '" -" ;duty at Mldvale St5el!! Company and dollars week in .
J ; ; ; > WAS ACCIDENTALLY: KILLED other duties and ordered to the Franklin per your request, he does not
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for the Union Labor.
t' I In connection with crew employ See?
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l"w; V'"y.... .'-'" It now, j Va'ginSa and >ei> non-union printersdo That's alLPensacola
1 1"h.: .. those residing at Milton and espac Ial- 'placed in commlss'on! ; W. S. Whitted
-' : e. \ -';} -.fjJ; ly those acquainted with the circumstances -ordered to the Rainbow; R. W. Vin- 'and this means Typographical Union. I IS

t %-jj"i.; \ : FZ- ... / !: ,). that the death of William cent ordered to the Monadnock; A. E. something to YOU.
.!Q '\ X. t ,....,;:.--:_:;,. .\b '-"..:.....:.. ".... ('J'i-!.. Davidson Jr., which occurred ,Sunday, ;Watson'ordered to the Barry; G. W. '
',. ?5SWSSVW. :: jy: ,, .t.,. :. -..., .. ..:::;? \\c. ::-) ....'.': '. was an accident and that he did not 'lS'teeJe. Jr., detached the Barry and I Whose patronage is
.1"':: ,< % '.- : "- .i. r 'h..r-4..,, : ". commit suicide.A ordered home. the most to be 1
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W&3' v" z;:: .f. ;" _/ ) and who is conncted with-
!_ ;' ..:: : \\ esterday. Rhode Island and resignation accepted -
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!: ." c.-. *-..?. J .J. .. the family stated that the belief now ; R. A. Koch. T. H. Taylor. H. A. point V'II
'%;' Is ,that. the young man was walking Stuart detachej the Frolic and order.
t 1i.{ .--i .. alongside theCrailroad track' when he ed to the Wilmington. H., G. S. Wa'
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: stumbled 'and:Tfel1. tie wheels of 'th 3 :lace ordered to the Chattanooga. ,
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jE quantities I ; ----1 train sirikirlgi his jaw and breaking M:dshipamn-C. Harrington-
GLENDALE uano' and from all appearances farm! MILLION( his n 4'i1t.: T&4 deceased had been out 'tached the Eagle ordered home and Your correspondent was in Cot'on-
II plantingl
I II ers are in good shape and I dale recently and found tho pep:
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: driving dur.n: ; Sunday with members granted two months leave.
will be I II I
done on time.
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CHIPLEY: there on their toes and headep
,of his ,family and was in the best; of I Surgeons E. 'O: Huntington ordered
The DeFunakand: Northern is
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talking new staking
S doing a. lively business hanhng'1um- J J... _._ ':' spirlta_ ;AiTd;, $&ew2ST9treason' why to naval recruiting staUod.' :New off the depot and selling adjoininglots.
44- S he should &flJmU> SuchVrash act: York April 12; D.; B: Kerr ordered to
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her guano and freight. They ran aa Special to Journal. -' They pointed to their sidetracks
': t' Special to The Journal. excursion from here to DeFuniak on M.lligan; Mar.:" 28.-The Scotch Naval Med'cal School:: Washington Special' to The Journal. full of cars loaded with ste\ ')
Glendale, Fla., Mar. 28.-The little Saturday last and many of our citizens Manufacturing Co'sv:: : mill here is 'run A' 53'fe' Cough 'Medicine for ChildrenIn D., C. April 14 for duty In 'attendance' Chipley: Mar. 28.;':-Postmaster J. rails and are"going to have trains
town of Glendale is moving along white and black. took advantageof !; ning on full time. birying a cough medicine for children upon course .Instruct'on. ; EL IL.Mar-: S. Alley, has: made some much need running from Cottonaale! to Dothaj
1 : lively. New buildings are going up the cheap rate and attended the Mr. W. C. )MaLauchlin .of Flora'a never tie afraid \o buy Chamber. steller ordered! to Natal Recruiting ed improvements at the office! having forthwith. It did look like business
1r4 and house room is in demand. The old soldier's meeting ,was,, with us 4:short vhlle yesterday. lain's Cough ,Remedy. There 1 i.j, no Station. SL Louis. 'Mo, April 1Q. flatted( a large case of combination' and if the' B- C. & SL A. don't get
local saw mills cannot supply ths de-l Mr. Tom Adams, of Troy, Ala.. spenta attending to business. danger from it and relief is always Passed Assistant -Surgeons: :' __ M. lock.l>oxaj, a stamping table and a a little more "move" on them the
mand for lumlber! and shingles. I I few days here last week look'ng: Mr- .J' G. Joyn r.l of :Pensacola, Is sure to follow.: It is especially valu- Brown detached 'Naval: Medicil School II public writing desk. The .business cf may .ha : f The turpeit1nebus1ness of Adams over his |nterst in the turpentine bus 1 'with 'us:: ittspecting' lumber' for. the. ,.W. able,,for cods! croup and whooping Washington D. C.'and ordered home: ; the office Is'increasing rapidly. The people here were very much
t ill. :J n :os. & Goodwin is in ,a ,lively' sha\\> } iness. -S -' S.f Keyser Co. coagh. For saleby all druggists.. F. A. Aaserson, J. M. Moore and U.' business is naturally large as the pleased with 'the "ixwrtlon taken b,
, ii ; They hate 'a very fine lot of hands e'l I Mr, R. H. Adams, of Hammond. La., 'Misses Lizzie 'and Chrt-tian" ,McDonald ." R, Webb ordered to Naval Medical office. handles all the mail for thirty- The Journal In regard to the needs
1R. class that can be depended on for, has. made" several visits ',here lately who 'have'been teaching tho ..-, School. Was- ln'to.n. D. C. April 14 for; one star route offices including and possibilities of St. Andre"

; : work and anyone pass'n! through looking into his interests.Mr. publio school here have- comph-led'i 't Tae Father of Science.nippocratesla duty in attendance' upon. course of Vernon the county seat. This Pensacola is a great maritime cit
. tr their quarters can see women and' Wm. IL Goodwin wifa and infant the term and left .for DeFunialt looked upon by anatomists Instruction.: '. jnakes a great deal of work that doescot and if she had another railroad sr.:<-
14i children on all sides. From an old daughter are visiting his father Springs last evening. as' ,the'?"father of 'the science Assistant ticons--W.' ; .J.Zalesky detached show on the surface and the statf would have been twice as grea
2 saying wherever you find women you J. E. Goodwin. ) Miss T'aulk who was badly injuredby He died in 377 B. C.: The modern science the, Yankee'and ordered to of the office deserve great credit (or But with her natural advantages atrf
her father's house blow'ng: down the Newp<:,rfF.lc.: -C mpbelf'detachtd work she will :
S find man. They commenced chipping) The Misses Goodwin Essie, Lillian began in Italy In the thirteenth ; handing the so satisfactorily. advanced position be aoi
Ss IPl last week and have Ailed all crops. J.j j and Maud. spent several days of last during the storm Jast _week ii low-. I century, The :first anatomical 'plates, the Newport, ordered home and Mr. E. S. Cravens, of Pensacola, to hold her own. There baa TIPV>"
V15i' E., Goodwin, the partner directly in week at DeFuniak in attendance on improving.. I to show the and"relative placed on waiting'orders;, G. M. May visited the city last week. His famIly been any commercial demanct for
$:14 control is very active and has all of the Chautauqua. Mrs, Jack Bishop was tiit1*n'on designed, size ers ana R. H. Michaels ordered to lived here quite a while and his Improvement of the Inlet to St An
the details well in hand. lie and his] Olr. and Mrs. W. Lu Gressett took the Up by some poisonous insect I position of the bodily organs were prepared -' the' Naval Iedical School, Washington friends were pleased to 'see him drews Bay for there was nothm.

,, S two sons Robert and Ted and his two In the Chautauqua last week. Wednesday night, 'Jast, which ,prooMced : : and colored by Titian. All" ihe D. C April 14' for duty in atten- again. : there but_ coastwise trade but nQIt
; _l4,. woodsmen, Scott and Davis, will.cer. (Master. Wallace B. Goodwin. four unusual Dwelling about the I great painters and sculptors have been, dance 'upon course of Instruction; J. Spring is quito backward. The that several railroads are centenrs
:r tainly get all that there is in the bus I teen year old son of J. E. Goodwin, head and neck. Tile phjmclans! in at I I careful'students of anatomy. Michael Flint ordered to the Franklin! ; I. F. ground is cold an:}' damp and plant there a reasonable demand full be
siIh iness. There must be a secret in reference was tallying for a gang of hands weed- tendance are beginning to believe" Angelo. Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci Cohn order to duty at Naval Hospital ing is much delayed made for its improv mc 1 .
to the control of hands in the Ing boxes on last Thursday.VIhlIe blood poisoning has set in., were noted for their anatomical re Norfolk Va.; C. C. Grjeve detach.ed .
I Charlie McLeod Mr.. J, A. Hart'spopular S the Frolic and ordered to the Wil -
: tt;: turpentine business. There is searches.
con. in thick
weeding a very place one ot I bookkeeper, vis'ted'! DeFunlak
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mington.
qrj tinued complaint all Florida about -
over the hands almost walked on a very I S.'
ciTh1: ; turpentine labor but these I Sunday.Mr. Llek'Te.t.-. 'Pay Inspectors Hunt detached
gentlemen Jamt-B
large tiger wild: cat. and immediatelygave
Bill Mill!gan of Andalusia! is In '
: y are in ,no way short on this very :the alarm' down went hoes and and speaking of building a'' This Is told .of James Lick the eccentric NavyPay: 5OfficeWashIngton, D. C
,; 4t portant matter. They have a 1m-I: town millionaire : and placed on waiting orders; F. T.
the negroes scattered In all directions. small saw min near,here. i Sao.Francisco who. I
Arms ordered to In
duty charge of
.'IF4' of good workers with families and Wallace came home 'once and Mr. bear- _
at So man, new families of the Scotch founded the famous observatory .disbursements ,
'1Ii$ scarcely a day passes but they get Goodwin and several other gentlemen Manufacturing Co's, employees have Ing his name. When taking any 'one" -on account of vouchersat -S
L1 In hands with their families They I with and dds went out to Navy Pay Office Washington D S
guns try moved here that the company has into his service be always asked the C. -
.Hf are still building new shacks and with and find the cat, but the dogs would found it necessary to construct two to plant a tree upside down- a.
Passed
person
rt-: no unforseen misfortune will make not take the trail. Wild cats )JtsristantPa3-masters--'SV.: A
are doing comfortable cottajr:! just south of
one the roots in the air the branches un. Greer detached League Island yard Best tRauy for bra Whe All El Ia
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thousand casks of spirits of tur a good deal of damage to sheep. the L. & N. RR.. accommodate Smaller C ki u*CoW&. .
n Fill
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derground. It there were'any protest and ordered to the Maryland J. A.S / *
pentine. They have a good deal of, They are numerous in this section of all of them. \ ; I bad..'severe sommef '_ \ I tad a aTtr0 reneb
I labor/ and by this means there is a'' country. Whan :Mr. Goodwin got out Farmers are still hauling fertiliser ; the man was at once sent away, Lick Bull detached Vongapo! Station and longs cold which and I settled tried various on my s and cold. I tiled a grail
good deal of money In circulation! to where .the hands were weeding I II I(and beginning to plant their crops saying that he wanted only men who' .ordered home. I I kind of cough renMdlea, many them remedwa_eel but to do HUMot IDf
through this territory. :Many turpentine I I hoes could} be found scattered all I for another year. would obey orders; strictly.! AssistantPaymastersP.. J. WilMi I I good none until which I finally did me tried any SI any tried good one and bottle at of ICI Inbell's .
ZJs1jsi men in the territory of DeFunlakcomplain around where the frightened detached Cavite Station and ordered I one boule otDr. Bell. I Pine-Tar-llon
negroes k
[( I I home J. J. J'iue.Taz.Honpywi.5re. am) it cured ....... \KJ
: Luchsinger Jr. detached I .
t: of the Chautauqua disorganizing left them In their mad fright. The I No pills Is as ptiasanand positive I tiered me at*>ce. Pleam re.me.ufuar, Uerma
js labor' but this is not the case only way they could be induced to! a DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These Wisconsin and ordered to the Elcano accept Tfcloabto mytliankiforUiUmoM remedy. I j v-, edDo feu,,114 LouKrUe E. 6.Ci,if.!:
'iEV with these men. Their labor attend continue work there was by :Mr.Good.I Famous Little Pills are .to mild and Paymasters Clerks-o. F. Cato appointed Very rwp'y, Beory
Frank: .-u Pubukl _ _ _ _ _
!cI'-1 the Chautauqua on Saturday. return win promising to stay with them with I effective that children delicate ladles and ordered to the :Maryland 8&,Ul.IJe ocksza.
m-- by Monday and are ready for work. I I gun in hand and shoot the cat on and weak people enjoy their, cleansing 1 Irritationof ; J. L. Johns appointed and order.

The Glendale Mercantile Co. is sup,. sight. I effect, while strong people say they 1 ed .to ,Navy Pay Office Washington -----_
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-_ _ _. __ I are the test::: live pills sold., Ns.ver IX C.; C. S. Winshell detached the -"
Cavite Station and ordered
---------- gripe. to home.
r---: ''Boatswains-P. Herbert ordered to _
the throat and swollen duty In 'connection' with the'ritilngout
L14* TCKMUSIC. sore of the New Jersey at Fore'River I
HANGED .
: tonsils, 'loss of voice, and other Engine, Company. "

Doomed Man Sang "I Waat to Be aa throat troubles should never be GunnersAlberts and W.C. Bean ,

A Painless Cure of Curable PainNever Angel" With,.the Crowd.' neglected. These ailments quickly appointed and ordered to Washington .OVER 49OOOOOO BOTTLES OF

"In the early days of' Wyoming work down to the lungs, and yard: W.' H. Dayton appointed and

when there were but .'a 'few churchesand often, end in consumption or pneumonia. ordered to the Lawrence; E. W. Fur- Dr. Bell's PineTarHoneyWm
resign yourself to suffer pain. Women'spains i ney appointed and ordered to the
rr many infractions of law a .man t .
are curable. They are the sign of dangerous of the name of Barstow who never ordered Maryland to; J.the A.West Martin appointed and toM......, the felt IKJ.M-as XBSOUTE! GUARANTEE. The strongest erMence of Its
Virginia G.
; H. t. :ta nU ef a proprietary medicine lathe opinion of the Here i the record:
,,1fttfiI:! conditions of the female organs which should be knew fear and was a devout Christian, HAMLINS Platt appointed and ordered to Penn- Ore .'J" KUilloB SCtIIcIIII9IL itrrer nra MllllM consumer.Bonks la 19M. >Ocr .-
attended to results will follow. was elected to the office of sheriff," sylvania; W. H. F. Sshluter orderedto FflBf Mllilsa Bottle I II 104. ThIs evidence. the opinion of the A' .
promptly or dangerous .
T-ooBSumer regarding the merit of Or. Bell' Plus-Tar I
said citizen ot 'that state. "Soon Boston
a yard in connection with the beat
cough mediclno
-'S on tho market
after Barstow entered .upon,the dutiesof fitting out of the Naw Jersey and or oj
his office a man'was convicted fora WIZARD OIL dered to vessel when,, placed! in corn- _ j n| GT: Look for the Bell on the Bottle.- 8 |0|

capital crime. missIon. 2fe. Mo. mat S1.00 Bottles.E .
;t : t tIT "The fact that there was no minister- Acting Warrant Machinists H.MeDonough eaJJ" tb E. SUTHarUKO MEOKOCB! CO, Pitek, 11.i .
WneordUIqtLF t within reach preyed upontie mind of f detached the Franklin and
; the sheriff who undertook, supply c used ,as a gargle, and externally ordered to duty in connection with i .

the lack by holding an hour's Bible on the throat, is a marvelous rem New Jersey; G. El Howard detachedthe 1- ..- .-

reading In the vondemnedmans' cell edy for these painful.and danger. Franklin, and ordered to the Minneapolis ...........----r--....' ..........................-...........

and praying with him. As the'time i ous disorders, and effects relief Chaplains-W.- G. Isaacs .

; I COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF; for the hanging'approached Barstow and cure after .everything)) else the Hancock: W. H. I. Reaney ordered ordered to-I. PLAGINOL OLIVE :

became possessed, with the fear that has failed. S' to the Southery; ;F. Thompson ordered OILS.
kL-; ; ,whenever she suffers from of woman's biting and he had himself of to
any weakening pains. not acquitted the Portsmouth N. H. yard.
'j4I-'i. "It not only compels the pains to stop but it follows,up and drives out spiritual responsibility devolving upon Mo._ Says"I Henry under Wade obligations, of, RarUn- i {,.'iTIS HIGH IN QUALITY. !

4j- ..tbo cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back. him and devised a programme that : am t.: .
for'the good which $100.00 REWARD :
m W1i It makes you welL Try It :was new and unique. 'After the victim you great did : The popular grocer In pursuing Its policy of suppljlnglts! .
-wife.
of the law's mandate was placed upon Hamlins.Wizard Oil my $100.00 reward will be 1. : with reached out and. +
for
fh :& Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles.tNiIt paid the : "Si ... patrons *the, best of everything has
; ? ___ __- the platform and everything was In, She suffered from Throat Troublefor I arrest and delivery to the sheriff of h. 'S <; ecurea.'for, them the famous plaglnoi olive oil which we :
-: readiness the sheriff prayed long and a year, and. though she doctored Waltoji county., one Charlie Renols v-::' .,. believe *tobe_ ,he best to be, had-Its quality is perfect .
WRITE US A IZITERrt "WITHOUT A PAIN," terTenU Then he called for some one and doctored, nothing did i a negro.Description: Height 5 feet'. : S and ,for.-cooking"purposes It. simply has no equal any' :

freely and frankly,in strictest confidence writes Mary; Shelton, of Poplar to start a hymn. and a man near the her any good until she tried Ham; 10 'Or 11 inches: weight about 160 or II I. Jthere. Under this statement the popular grocer offer .
!.et4} telling us aU your symptoms and Bluff,Mo., .1 c..n do my housework, platform began the' only one be know Price 50c 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium .' 'H to its customers in bottles-two sizes-pints and quarts
d: t t troubles. W.wiD cetvi free aJvico although, before taking CARDUI, two 'I Want to Be an"Angel: in which the lins Wizard' OiL" and large eyes.,, Has scar on upper I Ii _._:'ii, : :
v' (in plain sealed envelope. ), bow to doctors bad done me no good. I can $LOO. lip to 'the'right of nose and when last I Pints, 19O CtS.. Quarts 6O cents. :
prisoner
cure them. AMrrtg Lxmes*Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Cardui joined. < x ,: seen hewore a blue faded Jumper I 't'-S': a .
Dept,Tbt QAtUflOCK! *Metfitdne! Co., I want every.suffering lady to know of "As the last verse was sung the sheriff Sold: and recommended by.WHITE'S overalls a'gray cap. a new pair of No. | G.d'en
CBUtanocfa, Tsan. this wcnierful malione." .busied himself adjusting: the noose 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to 1 14 W I .AZ JAC' fWThe Popular !
f PHARMACY D T
A I- 1t and Immediately upon its conclusionthe Pensacola Fla. : be paid by J. A, Ricfatwurg' & Co..! : Phone-183' Grocer. oj

"I. !i lt trap was sprung.*:* Phone 180, Night Phone 446. Crestvlew. Fla. I ............. ..................+.... ............+***

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TTHE PeNSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MORNING I MARCH 29, 1908_ PAGETHREE .
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. ---WhenYou I I! NINE OI.OOERSI'I 'IJ







night Retireat you want .I=..t 3 OUR 0 DAYS' BARGAIN SAL?):




comfort} the way to

get it is to buy a suit I 1S c-


ofFaultless ; : IS A WONDERFUL. BARGAIN EVENT.


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i I I I Pajamas.} \ : i -tL1Y I Hundreds of delighted customers thronged our store every day .




I We have the just best received assortment ju, cc :getting their share of the good things offered. -



I I'" in Pensacola.ever shown Theyare i I ,; Thursday Friday and Saturdaywill

made of Nain : All the new styles -new ,
I new store new methods.
sook in neat figures in We
and see us. are

Madras, importedWhite to you do our a successful part towards man-: be bargain days long to remembered., This is only a partial list of the

Percal and our part is that of enabling

J Pongee. to look successful k hundreds of special offerings

WHITE & NIX,

Your Moneys Worth or Your

Prices Money Back. .
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Phone 790. 29 S. Palafox. .
Shirt Waists.

$J.50to$3.50suit

The perfect-bitting Laurel brand or Saratoga Blouse Waists, or the celebrated Griffon brand Lingerie Blouse,
SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES !

Buy Ciebold Safes. positively the handsomest line ever: opened in Pensacola, special values from,75c: to 512.90 each.

Moreno If you can match them elsewhere in the quality or price, your money will be refunded.
TliIE3Eti Agent

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1 case of 15c Dotted Swiss. 36 10 yards good stout Domestic 15 :pieces finest $1.00 and $1.39

: PHOTOGRAPHS. Inches wide special. .. .. .. ..9c ,.39cI fancy Taffeta and Liberty Dress

OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew Pensacola. Fla. case of Drawn Work Embroidery Silks from the great peremptory -
Stock--Only the Beat. 1 case of Mill Ends 15c Printed silk sale special.. ..: .....69cSadles
Lawns and 'Batlste, special ,.64c ; Cloth for dresser scarfs
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Pilafox SL : worth' 15c, for .. .. ._' .. .. _..7V2040c don't forget to:'see our stock
I !Men', Ladies' and Children's Summer 1 t
''L- ----- t .White' Wash Jap Silk special of Val.: and Hound-Thread: and
TURTON &. BELL. Underwear at Special Prices.
.' .230I Torchon Laces.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. lOc and 12%c Percales all colors ", lot of 75c and 89c Fancy Silks line ever shown here.: .

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. special. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....85C ec ..49eI

I I $1.39 Black Swiss Taffeta Silk, Special bargains ,at :25cy 39c and%49c t
1 case of Finest 15c Zephyr Ginghams .
R. K. WHITE. BONDS ARE I I choicest styles specIal....ge 36 inches Aide, special .. .. ..890 per' dozen t

Satchmaklr Mannticturmg Jeweler and Graduate -)

Optician 30 S. Paitfoi Street. Pensacola. Fla. ,


i:. SOlO Come to the Busy Store for Bargains in EverythingIT.H.LANNONACO


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H C Steiner, of Mobile Is visiting (Continued from First Page) I

la: the city for a few days. suspended and the bond matter!I

,,Miss Cora Brown has returned from up inasmuch as a number of I!

Mobile! where she spent several were present, who desired to]
necks the guest of Miss Ortmann.J the city at 11 o'clock. Chair. .
Green of the Board of Bond'
F Beal, of DeFuniak was In the then read the report of the!I I
cRv: yesterday, baYing bin called .
on the opening of bids for the
Here on a short business visit.T : the .entire issue of 300000.

J. White, a mill owner of Geneva. names of the bidden and' e ,

Aia, was in the city ;yesterday on a they offered were read. Sea- This concluded all the reports of'ODonovan; who was ,...injured} at a 1 I A .
& Mayer, bankers and brok- Y
business visit

S. B. Britton, of Lake City Fla. was Cincinnati offering $306,156 were the for highest the is- the bond Harbor trustees.and 4 Sanitary. I fire. Comptroller's Report.
GORDON & BROWN
of business was The report of the comptroller was
fimong the many visitors in the city $300.000 and the bond trustees The regular order
3'esterda-r. then resumed, and the report of tlt e submitted in printed form as follows:
.lLER&a recommended that the t
harbor and sanitary committee was pens 4a:FU.March 28. 1101.
Advertisers who desire to have their: be sold to that firm. read. This ''dealt with the fjroposl. To the Hon. Mayor'and Council, City of
ads in The Journal's big Easter Edi- Yonge moved that the Pcnamcola.
ton! of W. A. Blount to purchase Gentit'Du'u-BeloW' please find statement of
tion should send in their copy as soonas of the bond ,trustees I some water front property lying between receipts and disbursement* for the month of HARDWARE COMPANY.
Upon roll call the the
possible: : >oe Talafox and Baylen streets. February ItOG with a detail statement of
(expenses for the month; also a < A. G. Campbell a prominent citizen bona.!! trustees recommended The attorney's opinion, that the property I statement of the floating debt on February 23,
of DeFuniak was in the city yesterday New York banks be named I I could be sold if desire accou-I I lees,and January 31.loud:
pani d the -report, which, simply referred Cash In treasury Jan. 81, .
on a short business visit re- temporarily. This ,the back to the council leis......................... ",,u4 S
laming! to his horns last nightJ dt being the understanding matter I Receipts February,1906:
without recommendation.: .... _
From licenses. . .f 433 tt
Conrad Scott left yesterday morning the money was not to remain On motion It was ordered that a From taxes....._..... ....... 16.78JM l Mill Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings,
but that in order to transfer
From fines and pound fees, 1,263 JOI
for a trip of a week or ten dajso of Mr. Blount's proposition as
copy ... __.... 1768
that it would be necessary From bsck taxes.
< Alabama and Mississippi on busi- a depository. The committee .well as the report of the committee,I;:Miscellaneous........... ... 76100-119,212(4 'Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,

ness. that one of the :a be each typewritten alderman.and a copy' furnished':I Making.................... I7W770- Barbed Wire, Nails, Boat Spikes, i
the institutions be named
Among prominent naval stores as The disbursements were as
wafer committee and 'the franchise -
dealers who business visitors for the fund Alderman The I follows:
were committee asked for further. Accounts payable........... 11,46177 Tarred Roofing, Building Hardware,
to the city yesterday were J. H. Spiff objected to this unless the _
)', of,Moultrie. Ga., and J. F. Mathis National was inserted. This time in which to report which wia Balance cash in treasury.... $62,115 Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery.
of Holly. Fla. a' to and the recommen 1a. granted. I I EXPENSES FEBRUARY. .
I Special Committees.
O. L. McVoy, C. L. McVoy and Ed. I bond trustees were instructed Chairman D'Alemberte of the I i I Dept FolosProtection.Salaries of PublU Safety-.
DeLand have returned from Kines- 61 ecial committee to whom had been
cert'fied! checks to all the of marshal deputy
vile, Fla, where they attended the II for the bond -sue. which referred the matter of compelling all I,I and police..... ..-.......11.83011 SPECIAL PRICES T THE TRADE
I( I' 13000
funeral. of Mrs. Zeliena :McVoy mother their bids. dairies to be outside the city I ti rits, Patrol Station expenxes house expenses..... ._..... ltd: 66
of 0. L. McVoy, who died at Kines- ,I No Resident Engineer. reporter that the committee deemedit Feed lag prisoners .....:.... 12S:34 Mail Orders. Promptly Shipped.
time. ......
the present 4000
inadvisable at Stork pound expenses
TUle March'26, aged 89 years. I ( :nuing his report Chairman The report was adopted and the committee Incidental axe eases ........ 627*-< 244387 Telephone No. 767.
: stated that the trustees naJ
Mr Briordy. who Is selling Little discharged. | Fire Protection:
unable to come to an agreement '
M'n'ster! (cigars is in the city and haskit D'Alemberte. of the Salaries of chief and em-
sold The Lewis Bear Co. an Border N. Hazl hurst.resident of Mobile wto special Chairman committee on renaming and Telegraph ployees _.alarm....._.repairs..... -...,.1,81588 "' .N'

tf over half a million cigars which Is as engineer numbering streets, many of which and expenses...._.... _..' 2503 I
robaibly the largest shipment of : come to the conclusion that had two 'and three names. 'made a Apparatus and machinery _' :3>JU gles matter was not discussed.: walks public buildings and streetcars.
be best to have only one en Kent of truck and It
engine The Smoking Ordinance. was referred to the
tears The 'general
ever made in Pensacola.C th same.
lengthy report upon ? houses .... 700
h to fill the positions of res i- !I Alderman Cahn Introduced' an ordinance ordinance committee.
committee recommended the changing,Water pD"t-: ::.:.:: 8266rStationery. i
H. Parlin who Is a member ,of : / and consulting &gneer and to of of about seventy' _.... __.. .-... 14J 83-t 2,1888::! prohibiting smoking in streetcars On Third Reading.
the names
toe! firm of Coombs & Co., of Carra- as engineer-in-chief.> In streets lug but these are mostly in the Charities: and providing for a penalty of Chairman Wright of the ordinanceand

bt-Ile prominent lumber manufacturers this the trustees recom- of the c'ty and In many instances Salary pbysiciin ............ 50 03 not more than $25 or 30 days in jail engrossing committee reported
,is in the that T. Chalkley Httton. outskirts .... ...... in
city and is beiny greeted >d ofj a continuation of some of Hospital expenses 51 25 for any conductor or 'person favorably upon two ordinances on
with pleasure by his friends:here. Mr. be chosen for the' posi- are charge of a car who allowed the law their third
the principal streets of the city. in Medicines......... 1800'Cae reading. One was extending -,'
Perrin. was! formerly a resident of and to have charge of all ens?:- which cases they are named after and trans.of paupers 13 SO-1 112 75 to be violated. It was referred to the fire limits and the other prohibiting
work of the city A proposi adopted the general ordinance commitee. the sal of certain classes
L- that street. ,The report was ; SO of.
Total Public $ 4,585
made by Mr. Hatton that Dept. Safety '
-' ----- Alderman Cahn by unanimous consent fireworks. Both were
Chairman D'Alemberte of the com Dept.Public Works: passed.
accept the position do all to draw up rules governing tbq Streets, eroas3ngsetc......$ 3,127 78 also introduced an ordinance A number of accounts and claims
mittee
FEED [ surveying furnishing I In meetings of the council started! to 1 I Streets cleaning...... .... WOO providing Cor the confiscation of were read and referred to the finance
and bearing .. .
and engineers but' the council decided | Street-lighting-- --- 19.284 weapons taken from persons arrested committee.

of their tranportation read! his that report it would be best to have itj 1 I Sewers cleaning........ .and.._.._flnsh-.... 3000 which took the same' course. Alderman D'Alemberte submitted' a
per cent..of the amount exp n1- Mr.' Gaarbage, removal and disposal Street Car Fenders.
bore being adopted form for indexing tax
To your newly hatched improvements. Mr. Green printed was named -as a committee ..__.. 25000 (Mayor Bliss brought up the questionof the finance committee certificates recommended andf

little crops with meal that the proposition of D'Alemberte of'one ,to arrange for this. Public expenses.buildings..,...repairsand ....... 40 93 street. car fenders, saying the ,.mat the appropriation of $100 with which
be accepted, and present Board of Saftev.. Stationery incidentals.... 8 15 ter had been discussed by the Board to have books made according to this'
soon and contract between the gentleman of'Public Safety but the city attor
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packs sours of the Board
city to be passed upon by ibo I Chairman Ingraham Total Dept.Pubhe Works4929 i9Dzpt. I that the Board of form. The recommendation was
was
ney's opinion
when a mixture of 20 The contract was read In; of Safety- appeared\ before the council .General Expense: adopted. .
:
that the
and requested: an appropriation of Salaries of offirers... .... DASH) Safety had no authority' and The council then proceeded to heart
daeia'ed: before taking action KiOJ ,
will furnish all that it that a copy be furnished etch $:00 for the employment, during the Legal Interest--------------------expenses: ........-... 1SI15Incidentals : council alon could take steps. The the reading of the minutes which had,
,car of three extra police officers on '_. -.......... 1WT7 city attorney had drawn an ordinance been deferred, after which adjournment
them thrive.Teephone and a special meeting ... %..0 00 these fenders. s
Saturday, nights; He,also asked! thai Expense Bond Trustees. regarding was taken.
consider
to the matter.
be made to pay the I By unanimous consent the ordinance -
The City Hall. an appropriation Total Dept.Gen'1 expenses! |1 418 92 .
bill of Fireman was read the first time. It provides
salary and dental ) of Health: I Champion Liniment for Rheumatism
and drawings of the proposed !topt.
F. S. Salaries of.".._tOR ...._ ,.240 00 that instead of the fenders now
hall were submitted for the hfclary of clerk ...... ...... 15 O. in all companies operating electric Chas. Drake a mail CArrier at Chap.
of the council by the special :alary of health officer.... .. 60 ooc use lurille. Conn., says: "Chamberlain'spain
in whose hand* the mattes < .ti placed. The drawings ExcursionThursday Total Dt>pt..f Health_.. I 514 68 May 1st. 1906, equip, them with The past year, I was troubleda
Bay fenders extending beyond'the front I
the building to be a handsome Total expense Feb.. 1906! $11.24610OOMPABAT1VB great deal with rheumatism my
and also! that the rear end
well commodious and sub STATEMENT Or PLOATIKQDEBTItems. platform ehoulder. After trying several cures
as
r Feb.2S.IfiUd.Jan.81.1906 shall be equipped with wheel ,guardS:'!
It is on the style of Span Interest bonded debt,,_ ..$ S44S3 W450Pensioola the storekeeper here recommendedthis !:
The first plans Mar. 29 on Water Co......_., 3,5e 66 :ZA"C1 The ordinance names the Board of remedy and it ,completely cured
,4 1i ? Bills payable............ ...... 9,'0000 JU)00;.! Public Works to judge whether o'rrnot! me." There ta no use of anyone suffering
ow-
the cost were of not construction.satisfactory The ,- Aoeonnts payable......,...... O tau ai 0.:: 1&J; the fenders are up to the requirements from that painful ailment when

baa he9uent<< t eadachee,a" were approve; Ladies' Aid Presbyterian Totals............'........... This ordinance ,was referred. this liniment can be obtained for a
=! ty :: P I Errors and Inaccuracies. By All of which Js r pectfuUr--I J I to the franchise committee. I I. small sum. One application gives
It GSA
& l n of
D concluding his report Chair Alderman Christie introduced an prompt relief and Its continued,nse fpr
brought up the matter of Church on Tug ordinance which was read the first: a short time will produce a permanentcure.
Ifs the of the water works Council Must Comptrouer'l I time prohibiting spitting upon side, For sale by all druggists.wwww .

connection Borne of the power ,
He in this MonarchLeaving
stated -
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tan to pt today tt C Board'of : : =.. .= == '
? Board of Bond Trustees re joyed by the' ...... ... >
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hereafter >.. A/wwwwwwsw wv vw vs v v yw>

very fit to much read that such a the veto mayor men Palafox Wharf at 10 a. was taken the council from that will body have and a say soL .t :m.
of employment of main .E. .S.ni.I Put in before the FLIES and }
at 5 the matter
had ben done containing a3 m., returning p. m. .s..c..R. _
Lll !
Cahn
Alderman
m many errors and Inaccuracies. the department MOSQUITOES get into your house.
:cad q1dck17 and a urelym : Visiting all points of interest. moved that hereafter no person be '
tae121; JTO organs to their n trustees he said had been the Board of Works fora We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW
a sex 1r0lDl4 after : I in their Investigation Refreshments.FARE employed by' '
one month without of BRICK on hand.
SO Coats.: ALL that no action be taken at term exceeding Supply now
council The motion
of the
I and, being as several Investigate matters!: were The the approval was unanimously carried. Phone 11. 'H. G. DeSILVA & CO.

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SH THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL.-tJLHORSDAY. : flLQJlN'lN -M.\ACJL..2- 1908 > -
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'- Jiis'regrad. Each,of..the two schoolscan schools of. the: state would bring! Over's Cbany Pectoral certainlycuresharj

easily accommodate from threeto about sucn *n educational awakenu'l coughs,hard colds, bronchitis,consumption
iwi l; i Je: Deniafola aflfnaI five hundred teacher-pupils and as tne state has never FORTffiCATION5ON Fe iJunq And it certainly strengthens weak throats

their accommodations ought' to be our teachers' must nrst rouse them-I and weak lungs. There can be no mistake
taxed to the limit selves out"ol their I
& 4 -"---- -" -- The question of better schools ever the public is to be aroused in so.
t :1'\J waits on better teaching. Until their behalf We must snow by a Trozthles1.L. U
;th ', DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. teachers are enthusiastically inter&tad : great desire that it li a great work MIDWAY ., I
.f Jj in the education, of the public and a great responsibility with which I ::.
1jbt PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the public will never become enthu- we are charged.: I =
; astically interest' !" in the "welfare The times are rips and the need is. I
$ i ...BY... of the teachers. (rA thousand public urgent for a great educational adVance -i
school teachers assembled for two in Florida, but th9 move-' NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
11t:; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. consecutive ;rears in the ,two ..summerlLY' merit must begin with the teachers. i iI mUND5!!

!$44(: -- I I
e. $. uinm/vcr.., 1'0".to,. Ho W..f ffo.."8 St. P5055
f, F-: FRANK L. MAYES. President and General l Manager. Us.

,:\ r.t.:, ti The SUQ1t'lSide) of Life Plans for Work Have Been Pre -

.,i::( MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Be'Put OPERA UOUSE The Great
'k.11'f JitI"t' -- 1 pare -Tyr .f es May Fox

f\" SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : : ( .in New'Battleships.Washington. ONE NIGHT ONLY! t;

f ;: .;:-t I One Year.$5 00 Ono Month, ........ .......... 45 v. : Saturdaday, March 31 t;
.t- .:t Six Mouths, ................ 2 50 One Week................. 10 :. s. VyVI C., March 23. MELVILLE B. RAYMOND;
: Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition. per year..$1 OC. ft -The plats prepared by Lt. W. C. CARTOON OOIMEDY "
1f ": Harlee. :M. C.. for the mountng: of t;
.: -" -.-.' -- SUDS on Sand Island Midway Islands Buster BrownWith
"t'1 J The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed have ''been received by the navy de ,
partment. J t. Harlee volunteered to the Original New York Cast and
'4:, Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. do this work under the supervisioncf I'roduc: ion.MASTER IiIi
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:"!tt: Igi / the station at. Hawaii. LL Com:!.. GABRIELAmerica's Iit
of fortifications ;
<, Niblack. The question
*:; Offices. 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains Islands has been tak- .
.i 4 i I I at Midway Most Talented Toy Comedian
"I Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stand .. en up by the General Board and the I as Buster. Iir
f I'4 Bureau of Ordnance ,and It has beened1decI SEE RAYMOND'S- SCOTCtiFUSILEERS ,
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I :JJ,:" to and mounts,to Install and a.two magazine 4.7 Inch, to guns hold Visible and InvisibleTYPEWRITERS

iP.EXSAOOLLFLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING. MARJCH! 29; 1906 400 rf-ounds of ammunition vMl be A Trmendous Sensation in all the
: built on the Island. It is now bel'ev' Metropolitan Cities.
fr;: ; I)! If J ed the Iroquois' will go the Midway $1.50.. !
Bill to License ure by 1910 and the infection -has : : 'Ml.'r' #' Island In May, to tow out a lighter Curtain PlRIGBS-8 25c o'clock to sharp.
Mobile- the Herald of the If the
't4 spread to work. "
and to In boring
engage sale
Seats on Sale Tuesday at noon. I have for. and rent at all tines,
:: Motor Boats. latter city proposing that a similar I. 'D.ult; : Iroquois engages In this work she will any of the following makes:. "

s::Thk: !di bUl to compel all motor boats club to formed there. It's now up to Miss Old Girl-Fred call on me every be at Midway about slxfweeks or two FOX r.

.titr %that carry passengers or freight for Pensacola to get busy. renlng. Don't you think that Is a sign I Feminine Aatenltlea. months. Two 4.7 Inch guns .and am- UNDERWOOD
be really cares for me? munition are at Hawaii and will be The flexible sole SMITH "
: i* \fcire: to carry licensed men and operate Ilazel-I can't be sure whether it Indl- Miss Passaye-Do you know dear 1 waa considered In the question of sending
under the rules of the inspection John D. Ill is said to resemble his 'eates that he la In love or that,coal Iicarce Just dreaming et my youth! material to the Midway Island.At FOY-SC HOLES r.

thb&f [ service has been, introduced In congress grandpa so far as lack of hair is con : at his bouse. ._. bad Miss a far-away Giddie-:r look noticed In your dear.eyes.that you the Brooklyn New York yard arrangements Red Cross Shoe BLICKENSDERFERAlso
.
cerned. I Shave been completed for good second hand machines
amending section 4426 of the hand. r:
Installing on. the collier_ Afoarenda apparatus ways on
11F revised statutes of the United States .
With this r..
$ for coaling at flea. I WILL TAKE YOUR OLD
'. iwhich. requires all motor vessels of 15 apparatus abroad the collier will be MACHINE IN EXCHANGEFOR r..

tt- 4 tons or over to be operated by llcens- PRESS POINTERS I' available for supplying fuel to vesselsat A NEW ONE. r.

t ed men. This bill if passed will seri AND CURRENT COMMENT. a distance. from the coal pile. Phone 380. ;
Circulars relating to the new battleships .
L i, jonah affect many of the motor boat HH$ 1 South Carolina and Michigan Corner Government and DeLuna Sts. r.t.

q ici owners In this city as well as the authorized.. In 1905,., will! be issued by .
I fishing: : Interests throughout the coun. Heinze got almost enough out of the navy ,department wtoin a few F. B. BRUCE r.Legalldyertisemenfs .

: ; : try and an effort Is being made to his copper mines to buy a Montana days. By April 1st the plans and
Senatorship-Philadelphia.' specifications will be ready for dlstnbutiOi -
specifically exclude flshln'g vessels
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for
and bids! will be Invited
train its operation. The Fishing Ga. !Cattle Creek's purity lg again at the constructtm of the ships accord-

1t .- j zette. In its last issue had the fol. tested in a washerwoman who Is abl Ing to the department and builders
: t j lowing to say regarding the measure to own an automobile.-Detroit News. ,plans. It is possible that both ship BIDS FOR UNIFORMS.
SC Sealed bids will be received by the
will ba propelled by turbines insteadof
k rwlth reference to the Indus
fishing
VIce-President Fairbanks should be ordinary reciprocating engines Board of Safety at the c'I"rk's office

: t)4 try: able to do something to relieve the The British are Installing the turbines enables to until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
a nurse
fear of a shortage of Ice":- April 4th. for summer uniforms of the
I This bill Is already quite a hardship next sum exclusively and this action. It is believed -
*!:41Fc V < on the fishermen throughout the coun- mer.-Concord- (N. H.) Patriot. is based on the principle of be on her feet for Police and Fire Departments of the
try. While this amendment gong: CS 1 speed combined with economy of oper City of Pensacola samples of cloth to
through the house it would be a good 'As Governor Polk has promised toput ation. a hours at a time be submitted. with bids. The right ''o

tL 4t time to get the ,bill further amended an end to bookmaking, maybe we1mn't There will be 'keen coiflpetltion for with comfort reject any and all bids Is resenedCHAS.
t eo that it will not include and cannot be bothered any more by Marie y the contraots for these ships it is believed H. BLISS. Mayor.
,, 3 : be construed to include fishing ves Corelll. Albany Times-Union.' : ,. owing to the scarcity of workat
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SS.
.- _At.. sels. The department at the present Strawberries- the yards. The battleships will be The Red Cross shoe prevents SEWERAGE SYSTEMS.
t time construes this law to include are moving up Iron* P'ro.f Wated of 16.000 tons displacement SEALED PROPOSALS!; for the m-
i : fishing vessels and they are classed Florida, and the bottoms off the boxes Gf O.Go. ta! Mr. SaJotlT'-1t: do not always- 50 a. During this. week the house com', the burning and aching struction of a system of storm-water

$ -:? as carrying freight and passengers for are meeting them halfway.-Lincoln Kiss Ha be b-At the fancy dress ball I we plan. "Han'proposes: and" mjttee on naval affairs will vote on' caused stifT soles for its drains and sanitary sew rs'for,the Cit :
IJ:. hire and are obliged to carry licensed Commoner. Wore a costume of the civlLwar period. Miss Oldemayds--lia, does eh? Well. go the naval programme to be included r by_ of Pensacola. Florida wIll ba receiveoby
ipen. Everyone interested In this Mr. Schwab's*health* :Miss Cutting One- of .your schoolclrl ahead.. sir, and:prove that the- aylcg u In, the naval appropriation bilL Th'a flexible sole bends with th& THE BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEDS .

r amendment should see that their representative been seems to have dresses. I_presume.. -. will probably reach the house this!* at the City Hall up, to l"
; ;ti in congress has his attention affected to play with chiefly the by stock somebody'sdesire = week.. Although there is strong sentiment foot.. The heel made of the o'clock noon of the Nineteenth day or
called to the bill cn page 3, line News. marketDetroit for recommending the building'same elastic leather takes jar April A. D. 1906. Proposals to be aa
4, which reads: "All vessels of about S S S"Judge !! of a battleship of 18,000 or 20,000 tons; dressed to I* Hilton Green Chairmaa:

; r' 15 gross tons carrying freight and passengers ** Hamilton is silent, and a i' -it 'proba'ble that recommendation t off the spine., The Red Cross Board of Bond Trustees and endor>.

p i for hire propelled by 'gaso t.. i );.insurance magnates will be-made for 'a battleship of 19,0001 t ed, "Proposals for constructing Sewer
? appearto noiseless.
It is excellent
is
shoe
lene, naptha. or elecrlcity, be :be maintaining a mutual reserve. tone displacement to be armed with' Systems" and must be accompanies
.. amended so as to read as follows: All -N. Y. Evening Telegram. 12: inch }and a small secondary ba for 'all kinds of wear and with a certified check for the sum or
1chty vessels of above 15 gross tons carry. S ,tery. five thousand ($5.00000)), drawn upon :
4l Ipg freight and passengers for hire Eudwig; Tulda describes this as an 'Additional appropriation for' the weather. Stylish _as well as' a National Bank and made payable
I except fishing vessels propelled by age of femininity. If this Is all the ihipi,* 'now building or to be built in, the Board of Bond Trustees.
; rthI asolcn. naptha. etc." If this bill fault he has io find he ought to cheer v1w; the navy yards has been decided ord j jy comfortable. I I The work to be done consists of ap
le is amended in this way it will put in up.-. Philadelphia Ledger. ': the committee. 'The two sailing proximately forty-three (42) miles or
i4 M Fi shape so the department cannot construe c Iti:: training ships 'will''Ji-eed $40,000 each Let'usfit'you. 0 CRo brick. cast iron terra-cotta and con .

it so as to cover fishing vessels It's aa 111] fire that blows no goodto and the two colliers $300.000 each. Oxfords Sp. crete sewers and drains with their!
: as they do at present John D. The Springfield mob c 'r. The Connecticut about $WOOOG additional several appurtenances. from 8" to *
started theirs with kerosene.-Albany The :bill ft practically completed .$].00 In diameter. Plans may be seer,
: T !( Secretary Root's son is learning to Times-Union. Li only needing the consideration \\ (!High Shoes (Css specifications and blank forms ,rf
14 be a cowboy in Texas.-(Mobile Her i CS of the .dry dock and increase of the I 1.0" be obtained either of L H:'
it! b ald. The coal operators claim they wil navy items. The bill wbn com5,:>'*ted \L $3-50 Green. at Pensacola, or at 'ht

(Probably' ,getting! some RoughRider make no money if there is a settlernent. -, b ; it is believed will carry less than office of the Consulting Engineer

t c training! preparatory to becoming a Perhaps they can tell us how $100,000,000. Wilmington Delaware. The right a
:j candidate for the G. O. P. presidential they will get rich if there Is no set. Ships 'of the Atlantic fleet have Boston Shoe Store reserved to reject any or all bids
tlement.-Memphis Appeal. been fitted ''WIth new sights and modi- L. HILTON GREEX,
;ii.1 nomination eventually. 'fled! mounts. This makes the battleship Chairmaa Board Bond Trusees.T. .

(Philadelphia should never again be He Dtamft H.... Chance. Six Live" Won Id Be Xllialnff. and the armored 'cruIser squadron Fashionable), Foot Fitter CHALKLEY HATTON,
called slow. Its grafters seem to a Mr. Shooter-Where's my alz-shooterf uniformly equnped with appliances 117 S. Palafox Pensacola, Fla.COFFEE Consulting Engineer.
Read the have gotten away with $2,500,000 for: fore Sharp-I he married wonder If be thought twice be- Mrs. Shooter--What are you goIng to dO'| which will promote the efficiency 8maroal
her? Mr. Shooter-Kill two-thlrda of a cat. fire. The annual
street railroad franchises In o gun target
one<
Quick-It isn t .
t. Want lifcelr. She
Advertisements. was a widow.
deal.-Cleveland Leader. practice of the fleet of Rear Admiral SHERIFF'S SALE.
a I Evans 'will commence Tn about a
If "they laugh 'Who oat
winand : By virtue of an execution Issued
I Harvard claims that it will play 1 ) week off the southern cost of Cuba .
g' Escamha
of
Court
A they who laugh grow fat then want Sp of the Circuit
I ( at be ad-
to
eelected the
football this year. This will be an /1/I II"s'-t a place by sash!
; ; advertisers should be both mirthful miral. County Florida wherein Bagdad
Improvement over recent past
year. JuIA I DL
[ Is and
plaintiff
'actory Company
and obese. In which It tried to play football bu With "a 'nrlew of transferring the
1
e I couldn't.-Atlanta Journal. Gloucester to the Naval Militia, a survey We are 'tbe ,Pioneer Gray Is defendant, I have levied upoi:
and will sell at public outcry: in from
: S S S has' been made of that vessel.
Wouldn't
like
ict draw
you to an Income Coffee :Roasters, of in the citY
of the Court House door
tout to the changes ou
owing
Optimism is not dead In the world necessary
V:11-1: as a 'silent partner. from a of Pensacola to the highest bidder
A ITblladelphia man is advertising board to equip the ship for that service West Florida.McHUGH'S' .
icT.1 dozen, different business ventures In4w'i for the return of an umbrella whichhe : being so extensive It is possible for cash: on Monday. the 2nd day of
; this city Place your idle monethroug'h lost on a street car 'fa a rainy the vessel will not be assigned to April A. D. 1906. during the l IPgI\< '
day.-Washington Post. that' duty. I hours of sale the following describe
a Business Opportunity adi .:
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I3-
The Bureau of Navigation of the BLENDShave real estate to-wlt: Lots 11. l .
9i .nrt1 ment. 'Navy Is erperienclng considerable 14 and 15 in block 75, New City, M
I ;, troubla: '' in obtaining the full compientents same 1/Ing and being In EscamWa
!We *
: dont .
than
know-any more you : Florida. J. C. Van Pelt%
3 I ,of men for the ships, which County
-t SUMMER ;
3 1J dp-the name and address,of the man 'ilFOR SCHOO are, soon to be placed in commissi no equal. A trial Sheriff of Escambla County Florida.maroaw4w. .
THE T
T1 "who will buy that house of yours; but A- CHERS. % By (UUDe 1 it is planned to put into will convince the connoIsseur i

Q4 ; If he lives In this city he reads the 1::. Flortaa School nent ii i commission on the Atlantic coast the
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Rhode Island Virginia Tennesseeand <<>> that we
w :; :real estate advertisements in this ) Louisiana and the Connecticutand l .
.. "itHit* *: ;eeIn make- DIRECTORYJoppa
: e"'I'9'P'3.per. tb? Washington will follow soon no extravagant
after while the Milwaukee S. Dakota -
Now Jobs: forOld' are exchanged.every the official Department of the and California will be placed on claims.
State Board of Education in is- No. 6 I. O. O. F.
this
Lodge, ,
day, in great numbers through the active list on the Pacific.coast. It
will be 0. *
0.
sue. found *
I.
Superintendent ; If'rom'e'ott'h Joppa Lodge. No.6,
the "Situations Wanted" ads In this Holloway's What' I. a flame looks now as g vessels! Wholesale RetailGROCERS at 7 ::11)
announcement of the and
summer meets Tuesday evening
Irvington Boothlette-How Is It yo\4 will have to go into commission without every
newspaper. The price of a "want ad. schools for the coming summer 87 'Request.. have changed: your mind by producing the complete crews. The transfer of the 'S o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden
\ IB the only.fee: required in theex.- of which there will be two,. one at Mrs. Founder-To tune 017 piano! Idu' "Midsummer Nlgrhfs Preana" Instead of a'nter'1 men from the Texas and three inoni- St. Visiting brethren are cordially in
change. Gainesville and the other at Tajla \- > "\\ Tale"T tors of the coast squadron will fur vited. .
'. r.
has.see. both co.9ducatlonal.he '" Manager Hardlucke-Well, you .e. ,1 FLEETWOOD, >'. "
Tuner--I knowit', 1adam. The people sounded too' nish enough men as a crew for the. T. H.
the last-named play
faculties thought
Necessity, the mother of Inven- as announced are exceptionally downstairs sent me up. Connecticut.i J. W. GINGLES, Sec
?iu't strong and represent all the mucb.J1ka A.frcst.; and, all kinds of Feed 31Jan6m.

tion." has an interesting family but great :educational Interests of the -- -.---- -------0-- --- --- StUffs.Pluto' -

: Mi the Want Advertisement is her favor Mate. This fact alone goes far towards _..__* _Jnl. _...n.............. --.-.._... ......'.....-.-.. .... Pensacola Lodge Nv. 3, K. ol 1'
ite grandchild. ( enuring a. large attendance ..:t" ais&gikaTtfeSffi'SOMETHING-' .' t t'.ttH".i"ij.tJ: ::" :ti"l',.......i.ii'Jt;T HhtJH.--t...-.or: -; ,- .t n...4-fj1iii"fi-.tt:: ; meets every Monday evening at I
upon both sc oots.- Castle mover -*
f'b.k'
o'clock at their temporary
When Tuition :Ist absolutely free, and good Pots stable W. Intendcnda bt.
iI4 you engage a newstenogra. Water
board at reasonable rates both at Fj NEW I I : Visiting brethren cordially welcomed-
pher who Is
recommended to bya
I L'14'' you Gainesville and Tallahassee Is _. J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C.
friend you get tho kind of a stenographer surcd. Every 'public school teacher -- *- H. HORSLER. K. of R. & s

q1' ie wants you to have. When In the state that can possibly afford f "SELF PAYING INSURANCE" Wholesale"V and Retail. _, ,,_ ,
the small I r\Q.
1r i advertise for expense, should make arrangements Lodge
you one you get the kindtr'.1 ... '
to spend the six weeks n ," ., meets eferJ
you. yourself, want. beginning June 12, either at Gaine ......,. I. ...cJL.:: '- '. EL ]Li" t at 8W
I yule 'or Tallahassee, It will brighten [ New Orleans Grocery Co. 4.RathbOne temporarj'
The explanation of Taft's
Secretary
ni? the'rusty-and we all get rusty in over Pou sta
a reduction In wefght from 313 to 267 spots-refresh the weary encouragethe m : "Insurance that Assures"Protects t str et.

f1Thtr, pounds is easy. He's galloped It o3 i despondent renew waning enthusiasm Jas. McHugh are coi
on Junketing expeditions during the I ,broaden the sympathies and e 'botrvyou 'and family Over $100.000,000-in. force December 31, 1905. -! dlaliy welcomed.

'' # past year or two.extremely. Iff other some ways.'r prove all of a these benefit and and many blessing ii ,- Ratio of Assets to Liabilities,1.21.. Phono'105. Proprietor. J. D. KIRK. c. C.
to C. J. LEVY. K. ol K..t S.
eveTy one who will find oi
-
It Js sad to note the'way make a way to avail himself or her- Mutual'Life '
come men are forced into politic:? by I fell of the opportunity so generously The Fidelity Insurance Company W. O, Wr Pensacola LOdge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
I offered by the Oak' 4 L O. O f..
their friends. state. LIve Camp No. ,1, W. U. W. Pensacola Lodge No. .
L1t -_ _ The efforts of the state In behalfof e : .. OF PHILADELPHIA, ;,; meets in Pythian "Hall 1st and 3n .meets every ThnraQar -venlnf at 7'"
Its, public school teachers has not Wednesdays In each month Vlsltln at the new ball on West Gardai!
has 100,000 club, A. Fla. **
Montgomery a been CAHO.; REDDITT District Manager Chipley, 1a:1::
,
properly appreciated by them In ,. sovereigns cbrdlaUy Invited. street. Visiting brethren ">r
.whose avowed object is to Increase the the put: It,is to be hoped that 'this II I \ F. A. EOGHICH c; C;, I'Invited. E. GREENBLATT
!kRifl population of Montgomery, to that &s- year will Inaugurate a new era In LESLIE E. ,BROOKS,Clerk. NEVILLE Secretary.k .




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THE PENSACOLA '
-JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MRCH 29, 1906
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Daily Fashion
,Feature, A COLD


3 IMPORTED, CATARRH CATARRH 1 1"


THEN CONSUMPTIONbut
A cold in the head Is common ailment,

ROBESana WAISTS it rarely ever stops there, It often grows stubborn and protracted the

mucous membranes or inner lining of the body become inflamed and secretea :

filthy unhealthy matter which is absorbed by the blood and soon produces .

.. thatdisgustin'diseaseCataxrh. Then follow the unpleasant symptoms -
t ,1 'A.A.* .
01 "Dawtmg ana spitting," .o-
ON DISPLAY & !'
TODAY ringing noises in tKfe ears, headache, I had Catarrh for twelve years and ;
suffered agony with headaches nOM ;:
poor appetite mucus droppng back stopped up, appetite poor,felt tired and
*s into the throat and a feeling,of run-down and unfit for work. I read of
...at... general S.S.8.and commenced its use,and aftertaking
E debility. Every ,day the blood eleven bottles I found myself swell l
becomes more heavily loaded with man. I have never had any:retnra ..
.
i of the di.ea.and I consider S. S. S.the :
these poisonous secretions, and if the best treatment in tbe world for Catarrh. !
I & trouble is allowed to run on. the lungs EDW AnD HEEGAL. '..
WatsohParker&Reese Ko. 1304 Main St.,E..anavi1lo.1nd.
become diseased from the constant
i & \I
passage poisoned blood through them and then Catarrh terminates in the .-

most dreaded and fatal! all diseases Consumption. The only way to get

::ii rid of Catarrh permanently is to cleanse the blood and S. S. S. is the ideal _

remedy for this purpose. It soon clears the
system of all impurities purges the blood of all "

3 received by of Catarrhal matter and poisons and effectually
Just express eighteen the handsomest Im- t sea's., 'checks the progress of this dangerous and far- ,

Robes and Waists 'evershown reaching disease. S. S. S. keeps the blood in f
ported in Pensacola '
exclusive f&
,
,
; I PURELY VEGETA B L E. perfect order so that Catarrh cannot remain;and ,:

designs and will please that as this pure, healthy blood goes to every noot
every lady appreciates high-class and corner of the body,the entire system is strengthened and invigorated, and ';

Gowns and the symptoms all pass away. Book with information about Catarrh and med
Lingerie Waists. The '
opportunity presents ical ad free
vice THE SWSP CC CO. TLAHTA. GA ;

itself. Don't delay The prices we name are ,much lower t ,

: ".60.0.. ..".""" ""' ."" ................
'1 than in the large Eastern stores They will go quick. 4'I


tJ -- T ': ,:' I There Are Many Women Who Get f '
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A hand'embroidered French Mull ,A Paris Muslin Robe_______ ____$30.00 .J' ; : t"111'i 'ii;

Waist "Daisy" design, pattern A French Batiste Robe, English
complete_.____ _______$, 7.50 work Enjoyment
------ Eyelet __-.._ ______ -_____$37.50 .

A hand'embroidered French Mull! A French Lawn Robe, English 0 .

Waist "Rose" design : out of the things that beautify, decorate and add com- :
pattern Eyelet work____ _____-.. ______$40.00 / .
complete_______ ------ ______$ 7.00 / : '. forts to the home than they do out of the things for mere :
v; A French Lawn Robe, sheered, .JMJfa L- *
Lawn Waist :
French Patterns, personal enjoyment. Handsome furniture in the home

; very handsome______ --______$45.00
handsomely embroidered$5 and $ 6.00 : is a source of unending pleasure and comfort. By our :
An elegant embroidered Net Robe 4
A complete Robe of French Mull, : Buy now Pay Later Plan anyone can hare fine furniture 4i

all complete____________ $45.00 ,
_-____ .
.
embroidered______ ______ -___$20.00A and pay for it while usin'g It. 4* .
'
complete Robe of French Mull, Some of!these can be made Princess : Sideboards, Polished Oak,' Plate Mirror, $15.00' to..... .. .. -..$65.00-- 4p.,

embroidered more elaborateJ.$27 i or with separate waists. E : Bedroom Suits, finest Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125 TOdd r

p p I 'lt 'Z.ttttzrtt( .I' ". : _'.J.15rLi \\TAILORED'SHI RT-vnAU2rr SUIT, I III : Dressers: from, $ .OO, to $;25. O;, Chairs 75 cents to.. ... ," ..$5.00 :

i? ji suits for early spria'g:: in the pleats stitcbed well below the hips. 10. .

the-ner* materials, light in weight The back of tha,waist has three pleats ..
and medium in color, -will be much sloping ,from :'shoulder to centre waist:

% X 33C 3 V833XSJC8Xt: CBX8 m n\a; t X CSi3Ca worn with separate covert or griffon line, and the fronts are a series of! I I
ette cloth Jackets. For these the yoke-length and full-length stitched MARSTON & QUINA,

pleated! skirt is maintaining all of its tucks 'either side of the front box .
PEOPLE and' EVENTS original popularity, and the waist is pleat fastening with small fancy buttons +

I I pleated or tucked in a corresponding A E.tl1ch9dbelt of the gray mo-If 108x110. S. Palafox St. Phone 148.. Pensacola, Fla :,

fashion.',The skirt of this model is '.air,.the material of the frock, fastens
: :walking length, as they all must bs, with:a silver coral set buckle in front .........................................:!

I Seen, Heard and Done Athohg'Those Who Go Come and | .
Fine lot of Diamonds at exraedinglyDiamonds ,
I hats on us finally ,choosing one, then!I low prices for a few days only. Ask

i Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere selected trimmings and ornaments ,i to see them. .
NOKOMIS !
I for ir, then each 4miliner' carried his H. 11 .
'Patroness' 'to 'one.of.the mirrors, or .' : \ J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.

to a stana1 where'thereNeas-a smaller, I _
By E. KELLIE BECK. Telephone 669.
'g glass, and-trimmed it, trying it on I Special: to The Journal.

-,. s:: : _:s :: :.S. .:. every minute or so and-right in !
Nokomis, Ala., Mart 28 -Died, at
,, the midst ol our screams of, laughter,I I I
lr cameuthe Murdocks.: with their her--residence,' four miles south of Highland Flemish Lotus, Dresden ,

EVERYBODY IS INVITEDTO lc! members, the special guests bo- uf for breakfast Saturday morning. crowddeclaring .Ul y'a, heard us 'Pmeville Fla. on Sunday. March 25,
UNITE IN GIVING, THE ing Mrs D. HaJe 'WUOll'S guest Miss 1 'Then Bud said he aa;' the men' when they were a' mile away at t o'cloCkp. m.. Mrs. Luly. Flowers( ,!I Twotone, Winthrop and Old Saxony linen papers of the Eaton

MISSIONARY GREETING. Carolyn Lackey: of Virginia, and were going hunting and advised us to "'Bud' knew they were coming and 1''vifoV, Alr.t Luke Flowers' Deceasedwas HurLbut manufacture. There are the prettiest and Lest we
The MissionaryGreeting" to be Miss Lois Hoult>tt. 'I sleep the day away and catch -up the whole thing had been arranged: a native of" Alabama, hav'ngb2en I I know of- 50 cents a box.

Mven the new associate pastor of the The score :cards wer).. pretty heads I with the sleep we'd lo e onrer Sunday' by phone. They brought prizes and: born in Coffee* county. near Elba, on:
Paiafox: AI E. church Rev. U. Bar- f< rmaai in violeb and after the game, positively fusIng to let one of uj had organized themselves as .:\ jury the 20 of June I858.ei, was married. (oe's Book.s1ore.;

'I.'\ Cm 'r. promises to be an enjoy- delicious 'cake, ice, cream fresh, go along. So wa went to :our. room; of avrard., They mad each 'Milliner'! to Mr. Luke-"Flowers in Alabama' and
.hie affair strawberries, and homemade candles' 'to furbish for the fray.' ,,' and hi ,Alcilm pranejj ojii anO up and 1 wth) bhn moved id-Florida i In 1881 Phase 235. 21:1 South PaStes Street nsaeola,

\ bref literary and musical program were delightfully served- About eleven o'clock each of us received : down,.' wally a awarding_ box of where. they have $ved, ever since. :' ...... 3 '..
and light refreshments are Te next meeting will be with Mrs. an invitation to an 'Easter candy to each girl ;and ;:-J._'pew partner !Mrs.: Flowers' 'was devoted wife --J
among the minor attractions, and a Angus M. McMillan. Opening of Paris, London and New -Including themlves\ ,* to|! eaca and mother a Kln4! friend and possessed -! S
j 'kasant social time is assured. York Millinery) ,' in the ,drawing-room man, ao'ski1Tu11ymIuing ns all! up i pf all ,the qualities of noble WOol #*# #####*##*'*

Strangers as well as home folks MR. BACON IS. immediately after luncheon. At the that ,everybody knew everybody in ito manho d.- fihe;was the mdUier of, *

are cordially invited and tha ladies ABLE TO WORK. bottom of tha note waj printed: 'No tIe; 'and' was having. the- time of his twelve children, all or._whom are livIn's7&nd -: II ir FALCO $ PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
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will especially look alter their welfare. t reel leddy will show her lace nor her or' her mfe. f had four daughters and twos CASH OR EASY TERMS. #
it be
A. C. Bacon, who will remembered -
The "Greeting" will take place in the I foot below st.a1rsbefore the lunch '"Monday we all came to towii together ns-married an4"'Vvin? : near her, and: All Piano Work Guaranteed. #
Sunday school room which is on the I'I was painfully injured some gong sounds.' and the same trowd is to meetat four daughters and two>,sons ,still single CLUTTER 4. RUSHING, -.
llrst floor of the church the entrances days ago by a .fall from a :street car, jpur. camp !for ,July in the moun- the,. young st of, which Is four *t 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. *
ij ableto be out the streets again. "That woke to frenzy of : .
on its up a '
.
Journal.Falco PHONE 476.
direct from Pala- to The *
being iha sidewalk tains.; years olcL .. I Special .t't
to -
though still suffering. considerable curiosity but. as Fan requested us J. H.
28.Messrs. iU.
of Garden
at Mar.
fox. northwest corner Ala.,
3.30 this afternoon. I pain from, his knee necessitating the neither go clown stairs nor 'peep' Ribbon Vanilla! Extracts :Mrs Flowers''lived a Christian life, Givens D. D. MTles, J. R. Barker,'Jno.W ******* *# **- *##
for Blue 4
I use df a pane.-Tampa Times. down, even, ,we rdfrained and the considerate Ask having been, a member ot'the Christian ; to
-+- and it plain.The kind that ,. Stokes and Elijah Stokes went
gong founded a half hour say church for a number of years. She j '
MRS. BONIFAY ILL Ribbon Flavor and say that the bus.tlln .
"Blue Saturday
GIRLS HAVE.. WOES, BUT |3arly. At each place was an envelope gives desserts the was'.'loved and respected by all who Florala still on e
The friends of Mrs Bonifay Florala is
.
many of
FOR REAL FUN- sealed and addressed. When knew her. as ,to know her was to love' town '
of 215 West Romana will regret to '
all contained heart shaped her. She' leaves husband and boom. ,
I learn that she is ill and has been GIVE A BONNET PARTY. opened a Wilkinson is spending a few
Excursion Today. Mr. D
csrdij of different colts On the girls twelve children an I
since Sunday. It is hoped that she To a friend in Pensacola an Ohio with his family in Pensacolathis
of Presby. days
,Aid Society
was the injunction:, 'Find your, mil- The Ladies' ing friends to'mourn her dem'se.If
wil) soon recover, but her daughter girl write,: ,
will excursion! week. r
iner. On tha men's: "Find your terian church ziva an
In Virginia haa been? wired for. "We Cal and 1'::"have just returned Then we discovered' that tug Monarch, leaving Pala- Mr. ,S. E. HorSe has- received a Lenten
patroness.
today on
-+- from Fan's two.weeks housepartyand return- it Is a bilious attack take Chamrla1n's carload of dry goods, groceries etc..
each of the men had a match for one fox wharf at 10 o'clock a. 'm., :
BAPTIST LADIES TO I never had such a good time in at all Stomach and iLver Tablets: to be installed in the lower floor of
of ours, and as we left the-table they at 5 m. and stopping .
p.
MEET WITH MRS. WILSON. my life, .though,"\vfcen I qtartM< I had paired with us' and escorted us to ing of' interest. Chowder and other and a quick cure is certain. For sale' the new :Masonic hall. Verily Falco .
The la-ales of the Baptist 'Missionary the dump I hadn't gotten over my the drawing room-you remember points will ,be served \IF are by 'all druggists. grows more like. New York every day.
Society will meet at 'Mrs. Wil feeling about .'Ni 's- 'w eJding, to telltbTe that long old fashioned room' with refreshments Still the whiskey and blind tiger i

son30:; West Gregory this after- truth. -and I never 'will for that its grand, piano about the center 50c. business goes on with wonderful regularity. Specialties !

noon at 3:3OImmediately. matter. I don't ,care:so much about ,Well, over that magnificicnt but Stockholders PIANQS BY MAIL.We'don't.mean'shfppng There Is certainly a lack of'!
[ after the Missionary the oM invatation. I could scream Meeting. and with somebody,
fady old satin brocade cover, wau 'a you the duty some where
m'etlnthere/ will be a called meet time I think about what a fool The annual meetIng! of the stockholders look after such
every Is to
white cloth and on that was piled anth' piano, or or. an, if you Ilk >, by mail, whose duty it
Ing of the Ladies' Aid. I was letting you all know that Iwas of the Pensacola Carnival Association foremen in the different
", old hats that could be found on but w? do mean that through corres- things. The
-- getting ready .to go.: I simply the place among them a black sllK _will .be, held on Tuesday, pondence we sell quite a large 'number departments cf the' business' at this __
MRS. MAYES ENTERTAINS hate myself whenever I think of him. hat-a regular little stovep'pe witha April 3, 1906, at 4 o'clock p. m.. in the of instruments as our.stanilngand place are experiencing much difficulty 4.

EXCELSIOR FLINCH CLUB. I don't see how he could treat ms- fady long green veil tIe about it rooms of the Chamber of Commerce responsibility is well known In controlling labor,' and will continue C'
Mr Frank L. Majea tnertamed or ratherall. ,usso.. 'Bud says Salisbury building. Election of direc- long as the rot-
that Fan's grandmother wore, when throughout West. Florida and South:: in such difficulty BO
the Excelsior: Flinch Wednesday af- he doesn' see how the'unluckily to be-
riding horseback. tors. ern Alabama We'll be glad to an- ten whiskey and rum Is allowed Lobstersin
f..n IOn at her home on North Al- lucky chap could have invited us, ,. F, F. B1NGHAM. Sec. in bugges: ,
about the here
crmz others 'Two tables, one between the fron swer any inquiries piano or brought wagons
but there are a good many *
24mtd. understand one mansaid
There was a general attendance of who feel worse- than I do about not windows and the other between ne organ qu?stfon. boxes. ., etc._ We' __ _nft"+"- t hnwo... half and 1-lb. tins.
back windows, stood before, the loig -- CLUTTER. MUSIC MOUSE, ne lad *u more: , ,being Invited. For as I said before, pier mirrors piled with ribbons lace.r., THE BANANA PLANT. Pensacola, Fla. any one wanted it, that his eyes had
have, cared a straw after
I wouldn't, been opened and In other' words I
feathers
artificial flowers bits just
faded
the first 4isalppointment If tell I jat ha-u all of bright cotton, silk flannel and Each Tree .Prodac> Only One Bunch -- --- "he had just been born again.1* That I Soft Shell Crabs ,
tonot
enough you
been smart small!
1 truck. On little stands were of the FraU. man might have paid 'a
such same
about outfit-ugh! I could simply DO YOU FEEL LIKE THIS
Cran- beat myself my buckles. pins, ornaments bead anj The banana plant is not properly a fine at the last term:of court, 'and may I in tins.Deviled .
for next court on the
"Butr-tbat Is '"don ,* if' not 'over stuff of that sort. tree at all. It has no woody fiber. It 19'a be under bond

with.' What I meant to write "you Those wretches tried those: old large. green. fleshy plant with big same and charge.efficient Now way to the deal only with reason.1able such;!,

was about one of the' jolliest evenings leaves six or eight feet long and sometimes that is to make them serve j Crabsin
berry wo spent in the'whole two two feet broad.: It grows to a men as twelve months in the chain-
six or !
weeks at Fan's' Yott'know she lives: height of ten to fourteen feet or even without the privilege: of a fine,j
tins.
threa miles from nowhere and one .of more according to the variety of and gang very likely 'when they come out
the bless dest privileges-' the place and the soil and climate. Each again" they will foe born!
mDaysMea plant "born
and are
to to the extent of .
Sauce! the liberty yH
is
I machinesday and tree produces one bunch of fruit only. to an honest and legitimate business.
'blo' ing ,
our without disturtrfns our neighbors which'is really the terminal bud of the If any,officer wants proof just let: him I -

night or scandalizing any old frum-pu. Thirsty Throatswhich plant just like an ear of wheat or PusilLa or them come to Falco most any Sat

We have Just received a fresh "Fan's a ('rankabout ,cards, won't barley. It has no branches, and when urday night and especially on pay day

lOT K floe of Cranberry Sauce and it allow them In her house,, and she'sso : the fiuit Is'ready, which Is twelve or anti they can get It. These are the ,choicest :'
Made from the finest .other that the date of,plant
awfully nice every way I in 'turn means a fifteen months from
terries Alderman Owes HU Election
and -
we sugar. Try a Jar. even the boys never-play even on the ing, the tree Is cut down and done A Chicago products sold and we
think jouli like it. sly while there. But, on, Friday be- 'glass or: two of ou;: Incomparable I with.. to Chamberlain's Cough

35 CENTS A JAR. {ore the party was to, .'break up on soja" or1 ,a But yrmle It ,Is growing up 'and maturing Remedy. know they will please,
the whole, crowd of six girls .
: :
Monday ,
the time
I Its fruit it is at, same heartily"and conscientiously
"I can
We have also received a and six men besides' Fan,Tini: Bud,! plate of oar matchless -' roots other Cnamberla.ln'8
..;... rather In or two sending up from Its young recommend Cough
rRp to In sjejghs or : you
shipment of Olives any were go affections of the
throat
or'suckers-perhaps eight or for
fcna, all prices. one big sleigh, a tntter buIlt for two'and I ice cream. There's<< C plants! A ton's weight on your. Remedy Hon. Shenick
wood sled with 'a big wagon nine of them. Each of these will produce and lungs, says 4:;ha ,

SOMETHING NEW bed a on l|--to' the: town nine mle3! nothing so satisfying antI Its own bunch in turn some of ,abdomen, a'throbbing headache 220 So. Peoria St., Cblcago. "Two -

away have' luncheon; at Mr*. Mnr- tht'm'ln a couple of months after the .'feet as if manacled and years ago awing a political campaignI

OUre Chow-Chow (Jars) ? lOcHOSENAU&GERELDS dock's an*- then meet the ,350; train I refreshing. Biscuits. ; : parentplant and there will thus be a :dragging a ball and chain? which caught irritated cold after my throat being overheated and ,I was,

on which 'th$ Alnrdock girls expected doughnuts and hot coffee ,regular scecess'on! of fruit Many of compelled to atop, as I, could '
., I Sure of "Spring fever finally
two girls from Cleveland:I $ a Chicago and sign Cahn & CO.
i tu.:se, suckers have to be dug UI i not speak loud. In my, extremity a Sol
I man and: two cf the home boys the, every morning ...at ,5 i planted!: elsewhere, cr they would be i so-- called.A tonic blood friend advised m*' to ,use Chamber

i ; to arrive for ,tweek"end, ana' ; # i too'thick on the sroun purifier and liver' cleanser is lain's Cough Remedy. I jook two
Id Fan'swith o'clock. i
whole mob was. return to Food Stor
r' i about that afternoon and could not The Pure ,
this peculiarity obs8
I ,Aml there is
us. !1 I what you need. Our Crane's believe my senses, when I 'found the
.
It at
"Friday dawned .-.Jter. a fashion butit \ : the banana: You can plant any is morn'ng the' inflamation had Southwest Corset Palates Md latendtadaPhones
i Tonic just that next
fruit ripens all the Spring' ,
tbe
was a twilight with uq.sun and not! I season, and largely subsided. I ,took eeveral doses .
The much else visible, but Inclinations of 1 round When once a banana field !bottle. "
Fancy Grocers (Irain year I kept right onialkjng through
that
( Kitchen : say
and fan.and Bud Kandy Cafe I out. ail that is necen.sary I { J lo
and
a .stornx has been planted! I The Birthplace :of Prompt: Delivery. the campaign and I thank this medicine -
refused togo or-Jetca.nT' *, us. About;, .. ," .ta Le 'done U to. keep it clear of l r that I won my seat*fa"thfe Coun
Phone 391. Pensacola. ten <
not: come. ,Ehe rwould take carp efl'i j I I ,'H'ton's Pharmacy druggists. {, -

:- the crowd'ov r' night a'! d send I : ," -'.-., .,- .
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REAL ESTATE WE'VE: GOT }IT I -: :

DeLuna Street '

flflSEVERYMANT BARGAINS That u place you have HOpTON & WATSON

bean talk:ng. about ,so long.I ,

Either 6f the places below, }. ,.
$1,500.00: 'Mrchants and others would.do to live the year round j i -, Successors. _to Thoj. C. Wttson 6_C).
p
;ii I 4 lots on North Hill In the ,residence consider'n.g change of but particularly desirable for

FIRST distnct This is only'halfwhat most location. should see summer.: Leading,Real f Estate. Rental and Insurance Agency
4it DUTY lots In this neighborhood! sellingfor. what we have to offeron .
street We $1050.00 *t ta
.. the new ',' *.;"" ..* > > -
can contract to
now ;
$4OOO.OO Cotta'ge at Fisherville, near car '

_.t;. &,. after supplying' the daily wants of his family to Business comer. 2 blocks west of Pal or furnish building a store to office suit '. line and two blocks from water List 'of f .Desirable! Property for, Sale. -

; ;; provide tbem a home. Is it not economy or goodmanagement afox lot 49!; by 120.. leased at $420 your special requirements -- ::-*. '. *
to throw away ,year by year about per year. This will pay mor than lease or sale; '. .
rk one-fourth of jour earnings in paying rent. when : 8 per cent or the land only for $$1500.00 _' .$12S0O.O0--ick) ':.building.. South.Paiafox street. lot extending back

with but little more exertion you can'apply these immed'ate: Improvement 1 0x140fronting' to bay. Rents_ at $1200 per'annunu
54,500,00Property 6 rqon1cottaSe. lot "
j payments toward a home,of your own? on lines subjectto 'it' v'" .
j ncrthwest corner Baylen and our approval. Also on water, conveni' to :$10,500;OOi Cyo: :.t6ry: 'ri bnllldmg, centrally located.
.4- '- Wright streets renting for $540 per have an' ideal site for car,. good boating< and, fishing.

year. This pays ten. per 'cent now, large hotel. It i&.cheap.. $,5,25O.OO-TwoOt' brick building. East Government- street.. Rents
.
See Us About the Home ..at oift.per 'annum.: o. *,, '
ii Question and property.in a few years' win be business $1800.OO T .-,, > .

Will Be As .$3,709.pes1raleJouti I front'corner lot, North Hill near car line
:4fi't NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY REAL .8 room'cottage.lot 60x125'fronting 400xltO.. a .

ESTATE. the ,bay. close to car line
.$3,60000; slnglsrand 2'double-- ew tenement houses on corner, on
splendid) locality and ideal summer
Good Paiafox. car' Un :' Splendid. renting',property bringing .$456 per annum.
as ?
home.
: LESLIE E. BROOKS ,' .
Pensacola Investment Company $3,500" .(KW-Ak; this fijurevfor: a short. time. 25 lots fronting on Palafox
i ':streets.. .'A''good Investment
nd.. lf
204% S. Paiafox St. FUhcr Building. L. S. BROWN &; CO.: '
4. H. D'ALVHBCRTE City Manager. $3,0O0.00-r-A. desirable one story. 6'room dwelling 80x144 on car line
Phone 482. HcDavM-Hyer ,
Company Thl Building. West. Oregory"jgTeet! f -
President. s n :
W. H. KNOWI1S, R. B. SIMPSON Secretary. "

:: &. J.L STIUMAN, V...Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. Agents New York "WE SEll LOTS! I :We. would-be! pleasedJo have Inquiries. and show the atove.. and

Kael Estate, loans. General Inveattnents. HELP WANTED Life Insurance Company. other desirable I property in, our:ag' ncy.:: .If.jou have property to SELL
Pj4 8 E. Government Street funds to.'loan,:hpnses to rent, or desire insurance, we would De pleased

215 South Paiafox Street Pensacola Florida. .WANTEHX---Cook, white------i------.of colored: Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fa.ThitherLands! \to haver. .: y'pu'nitp1t-',' 41 ,,us.' .:
: SEETHIS! '* i
;1 male or female with experience at ':. .: -
.. boarding house. Apply 105 E. laten ,
dencia St 17marl w.'VANTED.A 'Lot 50x125 W.. Romana St.. near
CO : : : : Paiafox ,.' .. ..- .. .. .. ..$4000
cook. JVpply Lot 40x110 'S Spring near Romana 'tiOQTON & WATSON
121
E.
Government. 27mar. St... .. ... .. .. ...........$4000 ,
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Lot 60x125: W. Government ((2 story
"AGENTS ... PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
WANTEDf'-iExperienca building) .. ...- .. $1SM) :
not necessary: ; pays for sickness accident 20 acres under fence half 'Jn pecan

FOR INVESTMENT. and death. Address the Fraternal $$200,000.00 deals and,up; also farms trees 6 room hous3. stables and other,
Bankers of America. St. Louis and houses. 1. mile ,from Milton. FliL.. all
city property investment, or
t This is certain to pay from 25 per cent to 50 per cent. in the Ma 25mar4t for .. .. ..... .. .. ,.. ... ....$1">(00)
saw mill
+ r I next 90 days: 10 Iota on North Hill between Baylen and Paiafox, : -. and turpentine locations. virgin Any of this ,property on a half cash HoardandRooms. I
I
if i fronting on Baylen street. This property should bring now 2500. for WANTED-A house man. Apply 619' pine timber-:cypress.hardwoods, basis, the balance.on time w;:th low NEW REAL ESTATE, LIST

Immediate sale. .. .. .. ........ .... .... .... .... ....$2000 N. Paiafox St.. corner Gadsden. stock farms etc.1 Saw mill and tur- rate of Interest NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent I
WE LEARN you to make mirrors at pntine land a specialty. Call on as FOR. SALE suitable for light housekeeping
WANT.bt Privilege of
i or address Box 115 DeFuniak phone and and bath. Apply -
home. Full Springs, '
guaranteed formula, $5. '
t1i.; FOR SALE-The southwest one-quarter of block 228, New City 810 E. Gadsden St. or phone 896.
P. F. M. Co. Box 472 Fla.
,
_?: : M on the northeast corner of 12th avenue and 15th street. This would ISmarlm ,. Pensacola. Fla. A lot. not south of Intendencia nor Six houses ift-West ;King Tract 29marlw.

-x I make an ideal site for a home. It Is surrounded by attractive and north of Gregory; west of Coyle nor renting tor' $30*per' month:..$2850
)4'Y beautiful homes only one block from car and on hard road. For ANTED-Good cleaner and presser east of Baylen, 40 foot frontage witha FOR R.EIrr-'IWo nicely furnished

it a few days only at. .. .. ......-.. .... .... .... .... ......$1500 at once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. TURNER &AYMARD depth not less than 100 feet. Rouse In W.et "End. ren .ng for rooms at P. Stone. 17 N. Palafox.
13 mar. $10 per month,\ good neigh 29mar.

: THOS' PEBLEY borhood.,, ..... .. .. -1. .., .$1000
A FREE SHOW WANTED-FIrst class' lady,. stenogra Real Estate and PLEASANT: place to board on North
pher. Address in own handwritingwith Five jots on North Hill;if,taken Hill on car- line. Address
references Office. Work,, Care Abstract Company, Palafox and Romana Sts. at once., ",<. vv,....< .. ,'...13000 care Journal. No. 8,
1f 27mar
; We will.at any time show you large and attractive list of property Journal. 4mch. Phone No. 559.:
It which imbraces' large and beautiful residences, with all modem .: Sawmill Turpentine' Land a Spec. Five lots froptlng Toledo equare FOR RENT-Newly furnished room

conveniences, as well as small tenament houses that will net an investor cialty. New City.. .. j. .. I.. .,...'.$1000 very reasonable. Apply 20 W. Roman
from 10 to 12 per cent. per annum. :Also blocks and lots In WANTED '"I MiscellaneousCUT One block In New'City on carline ? St. 25marl
every section of the city. P. O. BOI I 115 DeFuniak Florid .
.4 : MAXENT TRACT property now sale. Springs. .. ..' .... .-.'.. -.. ..... ....$4000 LAFjQE double furnished room with
Some
; on nice lots at .
-:9 Fisherville to offer. WANTED-Second hand counter showcase FLOWERS-Orders promptly Half block.$la.,New City;on hard j beard. Hot and cold water bath
: scales and ,ice box. Address filled for ros3, carnations flowers and use of phone .No. 865. Apply 415
Box 641. 29marlt! Wanted I and designs of all! kinds. Miss! Bertla road. overlooking' Bayou Texar $1500 W. Gregory. 24marl '

'1 Smith. 616 N. Barcelona Phone 651. These are all first-class pieces' of! ROOMS FOR RE. furnished
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED-One! or two rooms with WANTED.-Electric work ot eh kind.: property and' are' gilt' edge invest-. furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson or 604E un-'

board fOr. couple In city.several Let us clean your fans. real >'ourI I TAILORING 1... Diamond. Tailor.Gents' I ments. .*. Gadsden St. 24marlm
montha! quiet rea ona.ble. AddressE. clothing cleaned. pressed
and i
do
dynamo. jour wiring" etc. Pa''
-
206 South Palafox Street Phone 87. C. care Journal. 29mar3t 570. Pensacola: Eleculj Co.. 205 :na S. repaired on short notice. No. 11% NICE. comfortable furnished room

t _: WANTED\ position in or out of Baycn. West 'Government, St. Pensacola, Fla. D. HALE WILSON & CO. pleasantly situated, one block from
m : '
-: _______: -= :: _0 _______ c__ 11II town by young colored man hiving Idee. bay on car line suitable for housekeeping

Sjjt : : : : =- ----- -_ _- ---- --- a good ,education and,.can do most Jr H. PORTER .fiallmaker, 716 South Cook stove or gas or without .
,
1 T : : J anything.* Address',215 N. Rues St28marlw HOTELS.' Palafox street. Orders taken for ,REAL .EST4T_ \ 24marl2ROOillS Apply. '501 .E Government St.

I tents.,awnings camp stc's, ,and house -
I RENTS'ANDLOANS
WANTED-''Board in private home on THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy room, cots etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan. CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished

HOTEL SITE. North Hill by refined couple. Permanent good beds. Free baths and sample I SHIP 30 a. Paiafox St. rooms on the hill; after Apr:I
if suited. P. C. F., this office room. '$2'per day. Special .attentionto CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert let, location high and healthy.. Closeto
g1 97mar3t* traveling men. J. R. Brown,,Prop,. II' ing &. Co.. .wholesale" and retail ship! Phone. 234 car line. Apply at 314 E.. Strong
DeFumak Springs Fla. chandlers and,grocers,.only, first-class Phone 1213. 16marl2t
WANTED party to buy a good bus ISmarlm house of kind in,city,. fair.prices to al!!. ,

tion.iness Palafox well established St. Communicate good loc withD. CENTRAL .UOT L. CHIPLEY; -.Op; ,Fine stationery wedding' Invitations, Money. Loan. WANTED Gregory. New few house boarders, good at 212 neighborhood W.

I ', C.. care Journal. depot Large and well lighted visiting cards tally cards. etc. Celia and on car line. ISmarlm
..!. 22marWANTED rooms. Free sample room. Meals.at M. Robinson; representing The Chas. MONEY The best situation In the for 1 all hours. 'Special attention to trav.ellffg H. Elliott NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for renw:
city a. Company Philadelphia.! money 'front Jno., A. Hall &
: -A partner'ln busi Newly furnished clean
paying and nice,
men. $2.00.per day. J. M. Tug- Smarlm.
I ifI : tourist hotel 130 feet fronting south ness. Will bear investigating. gle. Prop. 13marlm Co, 16 E. Government.ftreet. WhenIn near postoffice. Apply at 128V4 E-
Small) capital required. Apply P. O. I,:live in Pensacola corner llth need call on_usv,_ .. Sfeblm Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer.
by 172 feet deep on East Government. Box 753. 17marl6t street and 15th Tjanlm.
rur'. ,... WA'!, .\\" CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind. avenue in New City MONEY, LOANED on all kinds of perfonal -
street overlooking Seville'square WANTED-Contribut:ons for the Or. Prop. Special attention to commercial and will take care of your Piano by property :6n;: short notice. Old newspapers at. five cents a bundle

LIM T'. phans' Home. Money, clothes, eatables travelers. Free sample and bathrooms the year at a low figure. Retell Terms easy.;, ".J. B. Gray & CoV.: at this office. They are all dew
4 : iI1 and Adams street with open view of : ete., received. Notify Mrs. Wm. Large rooms with good beds. tune, clean out etc.scotL Phone S02 2 RomanaFbone116L; Ifeb and nice.
rings. J.
(Fisher, president, .or Mrs. N. McK.Oertln'g. $2 per day. 13marln Conrad Smarlm
Pensacola
) 14t; bay. $10,000 will buy '
} MONEY LOAN.-rOn real estate
he't' f. or
secretary. EGGS .
4mar FOR
V1S BAY HOTEUpen ;lIght and day. HATCHING.
other sufficient security by a found
wn a property. : ., : ,:" ., WANTED-The public: to know that European plas. Rooms. light and From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode ing to Thos.,Pebjey:, cor, Paiafox and plj.
;.J we can do all kinds of clean. Transient trade tollcited. Isalnd Reds' knd S. C, Brown Leghorns tals. ,
repairingfloat
,:' J Romana. up 17novc.MONEY FotJN'D--One
finest in the sorrel mare swimmingin
building horse 575-579 S.' PalatoL Jis. S. Nlcolau. pens south. $1 to
shoeing
LllV1t ., .. etc. J. $l.50'per setting of 13 or $6 ,100 the bay owner way redeem her
:, } ; G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Prop. ; per ; TO LESD-Qn'O: : d' real estate
.- 1 also agent lot: the famous Banta '*n- security 'or on' good collateral by apply to W.' W. Brfggs, Bayou Tei-
ij. I j : COURT HOUSE DYEING. ar. 'Sour
Pressingand ----- --- cubators and Brooders.
Drop
me a at lowest rates- Leslie, .E. Brooks
Cleaning Club. 212 N.DoVlIers LOST card an'd'I will call. E. L. McFadden. Flrher building.MONEY .
St.. Mrs. T. J. Davis,.Prop. Your pat- Prop. Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm R. : .,21Jau

1 A. V. CLUBBS. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed F, D.. No.1. Pensacola. :Fla.7marlm LOANED all ]kinds'of personal for Sale.FOR .
\ Careful attention given ladies': LOST-A five dollar bill between *, property on" short notice

iL.: i = garments. Phone _1222.,_ 8feb I loo ton & Watson's and postoffice MATTRESSES RENOVATED. Terms easy. 'J.; W. BuUard, upstair SALE.-A photographers outfit
-- -- New
.
r -- -- --------- = = : WANTED.- transfer Finder 'Will pleaseleave same atD'Alemberte's 28 South PaJafox St. ,Phone :
'and 1144. Cheap.
Hauling %
_ i1 -1 ==: tick furnisned if desired. All donein Apply Fisher Furni'u-e
I 29marlt '
store.
work. Office phone 363; residence drug good order on short notice. Leave tnor store 138 E. Intendencia! St 27mar
phoua: 390. Acosta &"White, 22-28 N. at Green '
FOR SALE LOST STRAYED OR STOLENWhiteFrench orders & 'Watson. Phone UNLIMITED ; POTTERY WORKS for sale East
Tarragona< St 25mar. amount01 money to Joan on
193.
_ _
SPECIALBARGAINS poodle: iDIsappeared last 7mjlr 10:1 all kinds .of" personal property. Hill, known as J. W. Kohler pottery
; ,41'TI: 'Property that is not culls or rejects SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Saturday ('\en'ni! Answers to name Special rates to business men on large Works together with the machin-).
jIL1LL: making their first appearance on the -Hlshtst price paid for gent's of "Major." Suitable' reward for return MRS H S. CHUNN will recMve pupils ., 1 leans.:, The New ..York Loan Co.. 204% engine flxtures, bowls kiln etc. and
market at very attractive prices, for FOR FEW DAYS ONLY clothing only. Sell second hand goods to this office. 29mar. in shorthand at her residence' South Paiafox. i including fine bed pottery clay For
tomes Investment Dress suits for rent 9 E. In'endenc'! .. 321 N. Barcelona, St, Terms. $5.00 a! further particulars address P O Box
1z or .
,
.
month in
advance.: 4mchlmo -- -
ta Large well shaded lot front 140 on WANTED.-All kinds of electrical LOST Saturday evening. gold rim .j -r 103. City. mch25.

wi Gregory street and 140 on DeLeon Lots 11 to 15, block 97, work. I sell all kinds of electrical! med eye glasss in L'ndenstruth TO U. S. LIFE' ,SAVING STATION Proess1onLDIrectory! t FOR SALE-17 lots north roalroau

street.. .. .. .. . ......$2600 batteries and other electrical supplies. case. Reward for return to this of AND RETURN-The launch Le- St. Good location for factory or
ti1r-t Choice corner lot. corner 9th ave and Belmont numbering...,$650 When you need me ring 145 or 955. fice. 28 mar. Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. luilding site. Also 8 lots arrostreet. <=S

w Cervantes 40x137% ft.. ..... .$600 E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build m. daily. Fare rountf_ trip 25 cents. THOS.. PEBLEY, East of Stoddart place. Cheap
-ic: Choice corner lots. corner 9th ave. Two lots N.. Barcelona ing. E, Garden. ISdec. Special rates to parties. Pavilion LAW REAL ESTATE: ;'4.0AN3 AND i I. sold at onca Jno II. Kohler care

and 9th street 80x137%....... .$650/ between Business Opportunity phone ,6&4.: C. II. Burton, Manager. COttECTION. Saunders Mill Co., phone 717.
It"bur lots 40x150 on north side 9th Giegory and WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or ._.;:. -, -'." inch: 4.1m* PALAFOX.AND ROMAN mcn25-lw%_ _

itA4i. St. etweian 9th and 10th aves.. each Wright...,."""".........$1500 rent. lease or exchange. Your business $5000 buys an established business on TTRESSES.Wholesale PHQNB. 65?., FOR STLE-A nice! fat donk'Yf I In
-MI ( $250. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson !- Paiafox street. Good !local as wellas anJy $33
first class Price
f,111} Four lots on corner 10th ave. and Real Estate Agent. 22}$ W. Government out of town trade. Owner leavingthe tall manufacturers and dealers iu Fisher condition. 25rach

1th( St. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..$1300 Leslie E. Brooks street Room, 7, Salisbury city. Bee J. W. Coons. at Pen- cotton,, moss and E. & C. mattressesand Real Estate Agency
it1-M Nice modern 6 room house on East building. Phone 172. 23Jan sacola Investment Co. 2Smarlw,* beet bought springs.and sold.Second hand furnIture T G YATES$ M D FOR SALE.-Parlor and bedroom 5.
*
: y 14 Hill newly papered and painted 80s. WANTED-We want your orders fox repairing done. Old Upholsteringand mattresses .. chairs, dresser tables! j ice bot, r!
ii ISO ft. lot. price $1800; rents $14. frigerator:, stove.an* hat rack. Applyto
1907 Art Calendars.
Over 300 original !- renovated; new ticks furnished It die OPT/014N
: Two choice corner lOts. 80x150. cor- Fisher Building.PROPERTY designs to-_ select from. blred. 114 E. 517 Zarrasossa St. 25mar15'
All Which Do You Like? Belmont St. city.
j *cr 9tlfave and 10th St.. .. ....$900 I prices. 'Mayes Printing Co:, Pensaco- Phone ,771. -Davis. Mfg.. Co.. C. T. Davis 306. TlflESfN.IIIJ'1BItVG'_ "" ',; : ::: FOR SALE OR RENT=Two lighters;
Three houses. three
: 1
ii rooms each
.
4' house three rooms and hall, one block is 16feb Mgr._ _ _ one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.

.1,' from 'car line. North Davis St. ..$3400. I WANTED.-Ths Mercnants Transfer Native or Western Beef ? C. ROPKE has Just opened a butcher: HACK: \o: re lumber the other thirty thousand Also two ca
? ts i, Two nice cottages near passenger I Co. wants your movjng' and hauling. I shop and grocery store'corner Da pacity. Rates reasonable
depot If taken quick. .. ....$4200 All breakage guaranteed. ,T. B. Tnor- JUST RECEIVED 35 DOZEN FRESH vis and Bralnard Sts. Your patronage Ready at,'all) .hour* 'y" aqgwer calls I, skiff. beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long.A.
100 foot close in. water front lot sen. ProD. Phon '7'. ISJunelax solic'ted.: Satisfaction guaran: to any partot.jLty: ,, ',First class la, 6 ft beams. Telephone or write J. I

Quick sale.. .. .. .... .. .....$6000 FOR SALE WANTED-To buy old,,gojd and silver GOPHERS, FINE FAT. teed. Pnone 915. Imarlm' every respecf,. Fa' t:and,gentle horses:' Chaffln & Co. Milton.-Fla.25n:=r

Central located business houses on broken up stuff 'regardless of Cudahy's Diamond (C) Hams and CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. and polite driver*' bone "'No. 185., TYPEWRITER FOR SALEGoodsecond I
Palafox street. A fine investment $1200.-Nice five room cottage with sizes. Cash paid. Ligatmiff t Klein, Breakfast Bacon or Armour's Gold Floats bnilt to order. Horse shoeing George K. Fault,:. ,; hand Rem-Sho.en-client
,
40000. bath on East Hill. 106 E. Wright. Phone 1117., Band. aepe ialty.. J. G. Welsh Carriage condition $35. 20niarl4. 1
r # FOR RENT,_ $1700-Home on corner lot N 8th We slice them both to suit Co., !1teb =
WANTED.-A. R. Blnjham '
avenue., wintiyour Or. maybe. like Mutton \ STHMBOn'SCHEDUlE FOR SALE-Freight and passengerboat
or
; 11 Three choice offices, fine place wll you t
moving and aaallng. Ha '
{[ 'ventilated. $3000-Beautiful l S room 2 story resi guai* Pork. J have them. : FOR ; two 25 h. p. Iurry & 1r*
antees all br akage. Phon\ 630. RENT STEA.MER'r'CAPT oJ FRITZ. J. M. .
It dence
$12 North Hayne St. three rooms corner lot. modern and Finest line of cakes In the'elty.. Rogers t4a.tu.;>'PAbetngers and gurtha gas engines; letfgth 66.n.

and hall. .. .. .. .. .. ......$7.00e4'i new ,423 E., Cervantes. I will tune and repair your piano and Staple and Fancy Groceries. Freight enrtce./\F! \ '>* w-een. Pensacola beam 18; draught 3 ft; launched November .
$1750-Six room house and fire lots Still 20 pounds of Standard Granu- FOR RNT-AIter April 1. a a'j- 1905* Powerful tow boat Tonnage -
814 three
North Hayne St. rooms N., organ as cheap as any one: guarantee and Freeport',FLC'A. J Baylen street ',.
.tkii; and hall. ... o.. .. .. ........$6.00 Davis St best and neatest work Prompt lated Sugar for $1.00. room cottafce on North Hill. Apply wharf. WMSU4LyLZourIsts; and I 42. Delivered! anywhere
Store house good stand North $1350-Six room cottage., E. Wright. attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 All other prices In proportion B. F. Wolfe at Citizens National I II others desiring-to'.SepI4ces, 'of Interest', state. Price 5750. Write J. ;

: ttt Hayne St .. .. .... o.? .. .......$1000 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott: *Smart m Bank.. 25marlw, .I on Choctaw c m-3y.: 'and Santa Rowley. Miami Fla. 20marl2'

Moyer on the Square Rosa Sound .,hO -make :this trip ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec 4
H. T. CRAWFORD C. YAEGERNo. WANTED old newspapers-The;.pnbUc cad ...be bought noIthat at A.. R. BINGHAM' has atoraf e room fqr Special rate*, for parties oj ten or tric car line. sX lots 100 ft front
rent, suitable for furniture or other more. FOP' jfaleV'.or. f oth 'ld'!
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this office for five cents bondlft.: They Corner Government and Alcanlz.: 'and IDS 'South Informs by 137% deep corners $700, I
., South Palafox Street. 20 goods, 104 Tarragona tion. apply, oa t>oar4 of address ,.tt:'
: V 315Y2 ? Thiesen Building.$ Phone 686 are all clean and.nice.' P. o lots $600. There are no better
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"t"r I*.'T :E.. P.E? J10, JOURNAL piufrt eD'. 'MORNING, t MARCH
29., 1906 DAI'H e u t.I "



I Thousand* Each b'ay Who Are 'Looking. for Bargains .1



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For Sale; ; Ie' ., ,
MorrisDannbeissel MA KETS ..........' .. .,............. ........ ..........
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4ULL QT' :
turpentine place,

..vv. muient> oii 9.\LF-Good! full transportation.particulars apply for to sche-H. Pure(Formerly Old Rye of Dannheisser and Bourbon Bros., Fine) 1LDPRj8S mPEZPAID "oidjoe"whise I AUSLEY & COMPANY i II !

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'I frawflrd. _.9mar: Wines,Beer and Tobacco.; Savannah Naval Ga., Mar..28.-'rbe Stores. naval ,

UU-Houst'hold goods bed Old Hickory Whiskey stores market closed today.as follows: r
.rtlR :: Specialty .
and dishes. Apply .' 6 00 -
t'nnlinen 1
COMMISSION BROKERS
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-1 :E t,(eminent.St. 25inarlm* 12 W. :.Zarragossa' Street. WG..... .. ,.' ....:.., .. \'.595 I- ,
wI; PENSCAOLA. FLORIDAfANSVILftMmTfRR N.. ;.i.575M .
rnu s.VLB-'40 acre farm. 10 acres in .. 5 35 :tt II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. it
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,ui", Jmiles! south Chipley on B. IQTS, .' .
ow .. J.-.4 65
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C 4; St v. R R-: also 120 acres. 20 I... ... .. ,. ;.. 4 '35
acr.., unproved. 2% miles from town.AJ1ttr" HAUTE R-R-] H .- -' -4 15 t Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. 1
b J. B- Ilogeboom Aycock Fla. G.. :- :.u.3 90() ,.

m.1rlxn- -I E F.. 1.' ".. 3 85 ateaturofthe | I f
.' ..3 80 COTTON CKS.GRAIN.PROVISIONSandBONDS 1 1t
dO6, RB8- Beacon of Boston D .". ... .. 380 ,
.tram $.' 50 setting of 15. Few very C .. 3 80 market i
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nut rocMds Chas.ready Murray for the DeFunlak yard. Ad. Spirits turpentine.. 67 cents.' ,Bought and Sold'on Margin or for Investment. $

ar""' Fla. SSmarlm J'j buy now-the demand for '. .1;

Sprlll second + '7LL"jiITHROUGH .. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS "old joe" is 'steadily increasing I t: Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 I
I..E-Ten new and .
roi .
because it's '
Liverpool Cotton Market. whiskey of "
Ii" ,.nd hand office safes. different merit-quality fluctu- I ....o...... .............................. .....1 :

il2e ,Hst makes at bargain prices. TEBRE HAUTE, CHAS. &CO Ju..J'eb..................... ...........C1 5,7<>80Feb. ates made from never ;.
office East BLU.lVI ; the best grain
fccarrin Moreno, Govern .Mar.5.39Mar -- -- -- -- -- ---- 1

men: fat. 24mar VINCENNESCEVANSVILIE 517J) (N513wasi- .-April........ :) appreciated by good judges.
BAY ..61JACRSONVIU.E .. April.M. ...
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s.90(
FOR SALE OR RENT New six room FLA. K.T..J'p.pe....!..,,:........:...................6.9.!' ,full measure convenient package 1
toil+' on East Hill! in excellent lo- !' J u.t.ly1"':; .I ".......?.;........ .:..5.94 MONEY GROWS
ation on mo large lots; block and a NASHVILLE lulAuius' ................;.............. f.9j moderate price-*old everywhere
!naif from car line; cement basement .A.ugut-Sepkmber....;-...:._............{91
benta h, Urge airy rooms, -showerb TO THE BIRMINGHAM w OOoAIl : Septembe -. "klber ..........% ..........5.73 "b, & :Uatlanta '
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ath and sewer connections. For; Oetober-NoTember ...5,97 I :
lartaulars address House care Jour- NORTHNEWORLEMISV MONTGOMERY Kinds that you want. November-December ..Ii.G ,
RAPIDLY
;uaL 17mar : eceni' er-JjiiiaAry ..5.6IJLt't'ArpooI8X : '
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1OgSALi--NIce.- clean old newspapers i' *""* .
at five cents a bundle. This of. V OAK AND PINEcheaper New York Cotton Market. Florida and Alabama I j
as soon as one acquires the
fleeFOR. _ _ .SERVICEVIA 'a Open i Hl6h* LowS Cose: saving
SALE M}. home corner 10 ave. than you can buy Janntry 1051 105S .I .'I2' 10.53' LAND COMPANYManufacturers : habit. There's no better way to provide -

and Cervantes St. This is a bar. L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. &E. I. It anywhere.. Any. size you !l&r'ch........'..It.Co "1114 11.05 11.14 for your financial independence ;
want.L -
cam if sold soon. A. C. Bmkley. May 1'11.00 1133 jL28: of
Vestibuled
2 Through Train Dally July 11.19 It.!! and Dealers own and family's future than'
16 mar._ _ _ _ NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2 August 11.03 : 1114 11.18 in your your ,
'SALE-Farm of 40 acres. under THROUGH SLEEPERS i o DAY COACHES G SEWELLPhone 1105 1098 11.03 LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
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October .10.4 10, 8 10.43 10.44lDber..IG,5) .
fence with improvements: part in NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO : 10.53 10.47 10.13 GLES AND KILN DRIED SAP. BY THE SAVING HABIT

cultuaiion Cash or time $600.00 Ap- D.liffiLLMA4&pA.DINING CARS SERVING..ALL LLR00RS.Oes.AtfVbN MEALS! EN louri: 614_ New York Spots.; 11.8) !

to Thos. Pebley 23marlw ..... New Orleaa Spots lltf '- '
ply vu. ( NASHWUi. T flARE ..'" k :
10R SALE/ Eggs from standard bred I Wheat.-, McMillan Bros. Co. Begin rnow with a dollar if you like ;

winning Barred Rocks fifteen Open '.HighLow Clos and add 'to it the small change which
prize ....-.-.......77% lZ :c ; -
77y
J150;) ; fifty $3. Also pedigreed.Ohio Improved Mrs.I Political Announcements I July,..... ,...._'ji}, i7% 1GJ 763j you daily thoughtlessly spend.
White Pigs.
Chester REAo DY I
Lizzie B.'hughes Chipley, Fla. YOU ? ., Corn) We'add four per cent interest compounded :
For Tax Collector Open Hutu Low close '
.2marlm:: I 1I.T.............o:: 443' 44L 11 semi-annually.
.hereby announce myself a candidate G.lT_. ......4. "
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S. C. BROWN LillHOR."S-Kulp- Those cheap rates expire April 7th for re-election to the office of NewrYork 4 44%

Hughes Strains: egg record 240 per to California and the Northwest. Tax Collector for' Escambia county, ': k'- Stpck' Market .. I

pullet. The farmer's and fancier's at the primary to. be held on May 15, SothernPotc., ...:;I...:..{-,.;\J Open doae MOBILE.ALABAMA.SHIPPIN.G.NES'. j
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<'hi ken. Eggs for hatching. An all Each: first and third Tuesday tickets 1906. 'I solicit yourvote.Respectfully : Copper.....................j10siilt ( | IOb eat FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
fertile! guarantee Prices: Pen No. are almost given away to ,Texas, I A. S.R..I..... l39' .I

1, $2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15. Oklahcma and that section., -;J.: S. ROBERTS.. I Atch.............,.......... ., J- 1393 114, '
Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFunlak I .A..n......._. .............t...... Itft' 14041 I PENSACOLA. FLA.
Springs Fla. References-anyone In First class round $rip 'conventionrates For Representative B.RT....................... 84I :
the city. ISmarlmFOR. to California In May and July. ram a candidate for member of the, B." 0 ..:..:..;:.....:..:'.'...'i1I% l11/ W..H.KWOWLBS T.W. BHBNT Pres.and W.W.K.N.IlTER ROBERTS.,JR.,JLfwt.V.-PrM.Ca.h1en.and Ca.s.! er.

SALE-Grocery store and residence Through Pullman Tourist Cars from House of, .Representatives from Eu-,I O.LI Erie.'i.. .......... .....,...: ...J164.,3' 06 45 I DIRECTORS-F. C. Brent. W. A..D.Bloont.O. Brent.W. H. Knowles, W. K. Slyer Jr.
cambia
combined Including stock, County, subject to the Democratic .... .: :: ; i
Washington, D. C.. to San Franciscovia B.- ........'J40( 41
fixtures etc; nice home good water, Atlanta. Montgomery Mobile and Primary. I earnestly solic: U 8, preferred.:. 1051!{_ ioej : Sailed.
one whole block, under fence. Cash the support. of the voters of tie coun R.S.---. ; ." %- soL. : Nith, Br ss, for Greenock -- -i
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only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. New Orleans and Southern PacificSunset. ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. I .& N. ............ JLead. / Dordrecht, Duth ss "Toensma.
( Route) nd''from,: .St. Louis. ""f : t"I50
Mrs Z. P. Ryan. P. O. Box 614. i .......... ; :.T. 81 81'4 I Wo. sa03. -
via Wabash and Union Pacific- 'and 09 For*Coul"tt==Treasurer. M P..,....... ; VESSELS IK CRT. :

ISmarlm Kansas City., I wilT' be .a*c"afi"dl3ale In the demO .C.......:l"".. .r't"?i 9 ._ l 5teamsIps. \. C.IT.' UM B, Prejldent ... JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Caiblir.
FOR SALE-Four room house with -} era tiq-pr m r 'of May:15 for C.n.P.<;T'"', In 11t;} August Belmont, Br ss, Clarks, M.E.,CLARK.Wee-President abd.Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier.
) renomithton -
bath, at Gouldmg. with two lots., We have' the best service to China, N.Y.O......-.........,. .... lU IP.O I 2967:'Bremen to Gulf Transit Co.
Apply to L. 1L Davis. P. O': Box 633,' Japan and 'Hawaiian. Islands I er.'TbO to the;pffica of of county treasure ..,...........:... ..:..,... 96 9t' Dorothy Br ss, Whyte 1546 Mobile
City. lOciarlm* ffo,; trouble ;to answer questions.J..F. ., : :'support all democrats will R'D.G.-:...:::::. r13r 135us. Emella, Aust as. Hreslich, 2321. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK '
,: -' ; '-li. .. b'preateth .P ................... ...... li5 i 1'j6 ,
WANTED-To loan money on your VAN ,RENSSEJLAER, J. ED. WILLIAMS, RI.4,...............___ .r ..... ,. Triest ,
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194J St. OF PCNSACOLA FLU.
lolanthe Br ss Hodgson .
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watches Jewelry -and personal ef. G. W.EtYTP.-Genema'-Agt r- I s.It.1T.CI. ; .;..::;::;.. 4 4o] Transit .
fects. Highest cash price for old ..............-!- ;;vt': I:" u Vincent to'Cult' 'Co. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
gold 1\ ''.. 124 Peachtrp:! .:..8t_ ,Read. :,The- :Journal's Want, Co'umns! I ....__......._.._...l .- Irene Swed'ss, 1070, Rio Janeiro
ani wright sliver.Phone Llgbtman 1127.FORSALR.Improved. & Klein/106 E. .Atlanta., IS today* U.r,.........._t ;... 1 fI -131.1M. 1232 Senator C rditr.Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange, 'CAPITAL. STOCK' $200,000. SURPLUS, $6flflM. -

and unimproved T ,. .... Ausley .& 'Co\il;Dan'y Cotton Letter. Spennymoor. Dr. ss, Nairn 1722 I DIRECTORS.

J A. Wilson property&; In Co.all Real parts Estate of the Agents.city. LOUISVILL &.:NASHVlLLE:' A'L' OAP :'COMPANY New 'York.' Mar. 8.-The, 'English Huelva. .- : Ships. J Henry L Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner.J. ..
marke.a did about the.
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone right} thing Orpheus Aust shIp Medanlc Tries- M. Pfeiffer. W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lamar
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Through and local Time Tables Between Ponsacol" and iointt North. this-' *" T. F. IcGourin, J. R.S.unders,
17%. 23Jan morning; hr factrthe 2 p.: nr. call te. i', .... Bryan Dunwody.
O. E. %Iaura. '
W. ,
Milton
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REA' DOWN"'L:> wasprn1itbetJ rthan A. M. Avery -
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looked .
AUTO IO lLES.-I am agent for the 6.i' READ'UPTrains was -'' Bam < W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, M.,.henzlc Ocrtlng.
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos Nos. Trains. Nos. tor* S>pots were Advanced 2 points'''* Anna M,' Ital bk, Alcese- 8C8. Ha- Alex McGowln. C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark

om $500,00 up. They cost less than 2 ,4 13l1O5pm 1 onsales, l of 12.000 ales .while contracts -, v na. "- .

horses to keep up. They can be run .11:55am Lv9 .. ..Pens coa.! '...Ar. 5:00am 4:09pm were some 7jpoints up from'!, Curl Ras bk Blomberg, 702 Bar- Accounts of Banks, Individuals. Corporation and Firms Soflolted.
in sand or anywhere a horse 6:30am 6:20pm Ar., .. .Montoxpery..Lv. 9:35pm 1l:15am11l:45am : Laaoes to Pensacola Lumber Co.
can go. I last night's closing prices. As a reeult Pedro ..acave. Span. bk. Maristang. Four cent Interest Paid on Time D.poslts.e..e..I. .
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per
Leslie E. Brooks. 9:10pm Ar.. ....Birmngham! .. '.. Lv. 4Jpm 8:33am .
1:25pm 3:17am: Ar.... .. ...Nasv1lle..Liv. 8-45am: ,2:25am of the better cables"and a relterai'oa 509, Savannah: to Ills M. Robinson. I
FOR SALE My property, 416 E. Bra I (!' from -}Ir. ,Price that_he was certainly Precursore. Ital bk, Schlaffino, 1508
Inard St.. consisting of four lots ,40 I 8:00pm: 3:37aPl Lv,. .. .. -Nashville..Ar. 8:17am 2:05am Genoa to Rosasco Bros.Scillin I
1130 feet; a two story dwelling cou- : 1:25am' I. 8:15am I Ar. ,. .Evanvill;' .. .Lv. 3:00am: 'f 9:20pm a bull 'on cotton our markets i I Ital bk, :Zeno 1220. South- ....... ............O+.....
:taming 6 rooms, hall ways, bathroom 1:40am 2:10pm Ar. ..St. Louis.. .; .:..Lv; 8:45pm.: 3:30pm opened soiES ten points 'higher 'and hampton to Rosasco Bros. 4J.. S. REESE., President. E. W. MENE1TEE. Cashlar. < [

dosets and pantry. On car line; will: 1:59pm 3:: am .Lv... ... ..Na hf1lle .. ..Ar. 8:2am 2:15am covering by scared shorts advanced Starthem, Br bk, Maitland 1272. t R. M. CAR*. Vlce-PresIdent. -

fell entire property for J300000. E. 2Ham: I 8JOdrn Ar.. .. ..LouJdvllle .. .. ..Lv. 2:4aam 9:30pCl prices. a few points i theor. Antwerp. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
U Reese. 22feb 7:20am.2:01n'ri. :! 'Ar.. .. ..Cln lnnatl..Lv. 1OOpm SOOpm: Outside- the weather- proposition, Schooners.: i

which was unfavorable In most sections Donna 'ChrIst'-#a, Am sch, McLeod. t Directors-L. J. R'cves, J. a. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler I R. M. Cary.
JUST imported RECEIVED-Large Olive Oil. Retail snlpment by pint Between' Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans. CoU. Price of'Arkansas. Is the 165;) Cardenas. ; W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton.. i

gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso 6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6 dominating factor in values and while Lizzie E. Demlsop Am sch,, Peck, .. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .
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t Co.. ship chandlers and! grocers, 701 '7oO, m'11:05pm 11:55amjLPensacola'A'i:,- : : 6:30pm the him,countryman there be lacks" ,confidence in to 52.Horatio to master.L.' Baker Am sch, Mohr %.....................................G.C..4.. +(it
South Palafox. can no question as
.Mobile' ..Lv.12:4OamllS9am
4oct. 10:45am, 255am 4:12pmtAr. .!, : 2:35pm: .
---- his abilities 720. Lagua to J.' A. Merritt & Co.
.. ..._. 815 a Ie5derand once the
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FOR SALE 6:00pm 7:15am 8:15pmIAr.: New Orleans. Lv.t' 8:15pml.; .9:2i1am:
-Registered Berkshire and outsider becomes convinced that he Thos. S. Dennison Am sc'h. Wade,

Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished: F'l rT; tonttpensacola..J River'Junction and Jacksonville.- is honest in his expressions and in- 1329." Baltimore order. I. ,. : ,8SKSL:!!
lso fullblood game chickens : Barkcntlnes.Beatrice Sffi'dSSSSrTM&iSr MOl .
and eggS tftndg!J to back them up with his R.51.
til) at reasonable prices. Dr. J. S. 21. I 5 ) 1 3'' Trains do not top at stations' I 2 I .4 I I' 6 I 2' money thy;: will gladly rally to his I Am bktn. Casaveggto 1420
National Bankof
HcGeachey. Chipley, Fla. 5marlm Dally DaUylDaUyJDally where no time Is shown 1$ DanrIIDallyfDall'lbaUy standard and poor 'Jordan may yet Rotterdam to 'Pensacola 'Lumber Co. Citizens .

FOR ....: 4:55: 2:3O() 2:501 Lv.. ....,omaton.. .Ar. 12:45 1:25 8:25..... realize his 15 cents even if there isn't PenaaooLi F1wida.DIRICCOft3.; .
City.SA,1Bea.cutU1 Tract No. block In New ..... 5:00 2:35 .2:65... ., .. .Century).. .. ... 12:40 1:21 8:21 ..... much cotton left to_sell at that price. VESSELS ,UNDEp CHARTER TO .
312.
Apply to A. M. McMllla For cash J600(! .... 5:07 2:41: .; :O5/-., .. .Dlutr.Spr1ngs .. .. *12:33: 1:1S 8:15..... We rather think the foundationsupon 'THE GULF TRANSIT CO. G co..W.Wright. Morris_B &r. T.E.Welles. Biz II.Robinson. L. Hilton Gre n.
?. .Court Houaa .. ... 5:11.2:513:20.: .. .. ..McDavld..12:22''. 1:05 8:06.: .... which the expectation>> of a CCNIRAL BANKING BVSINISS TRANSACTED .J-
,_ ------- laug .;... 5:30 3:04 *3:36.. ..PineDarren .. .....12:08 12:5? 1:55..u great bull movement are based are 'The following vessels have been A

FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has a ..... 5:39 3:13: .3:50: '.. .. ...1\Il1no.; .. ... ..11:59 1.43 7:47......... somewhat unsteady placing the mat- chartered by the Gulf Transit Company -
good team -. See ..... ..5:43:0" .. ...Quintette. .. ..'.11:51.12:34 *7:39 ..... ter in the nature of a forlorn hope, ,, .and will load cargoes at this --- -- I
them on his new float feb8; ..... .5:53 *3:26 .4U.. ... ..Cotta e mIl .. .:...11:44 .12:29 -7:34 ..... jet the statistical position of the port: --- --
.. Cantonment .. .. *11:40 12:26 7l31...... staple is strong and it .
FOR SALE.-Only 4 ...... 5:57: 3:29 4:15., .. undeniably For Uverrool-nA-ugust' Belmont "" -. J ""
young Boat pigs :=:lIt .
sired by Duke ot Florida 68923 ..... .6:01-3,34' : *4,23 .. ....Gonzalez... .. .. *11:35.12:217:26..... must be remembered in days past now In ;portj Vivina. dua April 10th: R MCrY P,... '"-', .JL :' '-'............ Jn..rrl. ;
of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. out ..... *603: *3:36 *4:25.. ''.' .. ...Roberts.11:33'12:19 -1:24.: ...., that the New Yorker has taken the Gracla dUe May loth; EL O. Salt- _Whol..le and Retail D*a1.r ID
All guaranteed with registrations 58541 .... .6:152.4544.; ) ... ...Ol1ve.11:22'12:09'715.: : .... same position that he now takes and mar h; dne Juna 7I r DornesticAnthradt .1
degrees. Carl Setterlind. and ..... ::21.3:51: .4:4g: .'. ... .... ..Brent.. .. .. ....11:15.12:04/ : *1:09.. ,... gtartao!! the 'ball rolling and once .1ocRug' :: :-Auncion De Lar- Steam, C 0 A L
IlL Chipley! .l-- .. i53:54:52.Goulding.; .. .. ...*J1lT'12:0i: ; ..... when he was forced to let. gO'and ran& a. due April 1st; a steamer due and Blacksmith

-..::::::--- 26nov .. ... 6:30 4:00500J.&r.. [ .. ..Pens e 2i'r-- ".", ; -- -.1' own accord claiming the price was For Manchester-Aunclon De Lafrlnaga Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372

Pensacola I :I- : -..I-; ". I, .- lNo.2P highenough, there WaG always some -due April. list; a steamer rfue --__w-. -_ .
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Si. Andrews / : J ; ,' -
and 5:00 ..... .700 Lv. ..Pensac ......!!or I 10:50 ..... ...111 I :IS ready to step to his place and carry in May.
Gulf 5:20., ..... 1:13.. .. ....Bohemla.. ... ... ;. :.: .........*10:55: the thing, to completion and we do I For Venice-Emllie. now In .port. ,- .
SteamshIp Co doubt but he will -------------_1IIiIIi
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not for a moment .. For Spszzia-Dlflnamare- April
5:22.. ...", 7:15 .... I.. ..GunP: int.., .., .. .11:33 "t'". .. *10j53$ t'he 1-. fl---- ---
STEAMER .. .. .... .......... be forthcoming should Order "rour
TARPON S 5:25.: .... ... .'i.. .. ..Ynle3tra. ... .10:50: necesslty\\ 2nd.For '
All of peerless due
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Marsellles-Cayo Bonito
w. G. IIARROW Master. -,5:29., ..... 11$ ;. l. ....Escambla.10:28...... .. *10:41: arise. In the the harness and think: ICE :COAL 'and WOOD
FIRsr'CL.\S3 .. ., .. ... ... .10:19 ... .. are yet we April 5th.
PASSENGER S 5:40.....! l.2 .. .. .Mulat. .. .;. 10:36 when the time Emilia ,
AND do their part, Trieste- now In port
.. .. ... .... ... ready to For J .;:from: the
FREIGHT SERVICE .i.:" .. .. .IIarp. .... .10:32 southland and her :
-netw & C .:'135; ., .. .. .Galt. City.. .. ......... ... ....*10:21.: comes,slaple.for' the old For due, Boucau April 26th.(Bajonne:, )-Kasling-- Consumers' Ice and fuel Company.

PENSACOLA. 5:45.-. ..i..lIllton.. .. ..... : ... great den
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7:39.
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MOBILE. APALACHI- : But this cannot bekept up Indefinitely For Antwerp-''August Belmont, now OfficeCornerChase and Tarragona. Phon. 259.
COl.A CARRABELLE, sr. AN- a ..... ..:. ...... .; .... ...Good Range .. .. .. .... ....." ..* 9:43 by these men alone: They must, In port. ,. ----F-- ;
DREW$. MILLV1LLE a ;.. ...H 1ts.. .. .;..... ... ... .. --
7:03.... ., St5 ..' ,. t:15 have help from the planter. The age Jr.Geuqa-Cjajo Bonito, due April5th.
And all point on St. Andrew. a ... '..- ....Mll1gan.} ... ... : ... .. !
Bay, 1:26. .' 8:30. n 8:52 of miracles, has gone by and thesemen -- -- ------- --- -
carrabelle and Apaf "hlcol. ..7:40...... .g:3: 'i.' ...Crestview.. .. .., .. :.... 8:38- cannot fight single hanated the
LeaTe SCHEDULE .; 8:09.... :.' S56 ..- ':'-!' ,'.Deer !.and., .. ..... ..... : avalanche of overproduction that -;

for Mobll PenSicola HUDda,. 1:30 Pm. .8:33...... .-9:10 :, .e ;.Mossy Head' :: ';. ... ..... 7:40': .the farmer 'seems trying his bent Jo Don't; You Need a Carriage Shed? ,
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Leave 9:16.. ... .. ::3i.. .DeFu llalt Spiing8' ,..; ..... 6:51.t. : force on them. Until these forces IF YOU'RE TIRED '
pl. for Sl Pensacola. Tuesda,. 8:30 Po I a .:30..... 944; '.. .. ..Argyle".. .;. ';.... -8:33.; ...... 6:42: which have been' antagonistic for along or.'a sheet for the wagon and farm Implements? Protected

Jaci11cola, CarrabeUe Andrews MUlv1l1t\ Apa. 9:52: ....... .: .' 9:57 ''; h' Ponce DeL on....: ..' .. ...... .. : time. get together and work! together from the weather they will last longer and perform

point and lntsnnedlate ',..' ; .. ',10:10.. .. ... .Westville. .. .. .... 7:111",. 6:00 .fr the good t of the common weak and run, d'own, or the blood Is JDore'satisfactory service.WeWanttoFu'rnishtheLumber. .
For additional 10:12...... ... .10:15.: a'i .Caryv1lle..., .. .. .. 1:121. ... 5:52 cause we" can see np hope in holding, Impure, there's nothing will do you so :

Information J. 'apply .t. J 10:45.... : .'. 10:40 ;;. .. ..-...Bonlfay. .. ....... ::6:55: '.. 5j cotton ,on. his throne but once they much good'this Spring as a few dosesof as well as. the nails and other hardware necessary In Its i..

e. R. COBB' SAUNDjllis President. 11:12 ..... ..10:41.,.. .. ....Chlpley.. .,. .. ._.... 6:37...... (:55 do this the southerner can well say Hostetter1*"Stomach Bitters. Thou. erection..: Framing may be- had for 11600, siding 1000. t.
Ctn Frt. and Pass. Act- 11:29......; 10 ,8 .'. .. ..Aycock.. .. .. .. 6:21.. ... : 4:3': the day of the mlllenlum Ij near. sands use It exclusively with gratifying ehingl 3 $1.75and $2.25 and wye\ nails on a $2.35 base. :
...Cottondale.. .. ... 6:18..... material :iresults. Resolve today to get :a .
Pensacola. Yl&. 11:43... .. 11 01 ... .. ..fJ.1 We do not anticipate any !
r::::. 1:10.. ... 11:: ... .. ,... .far1anna..1 ...... .'3 55 decline while the present spot demand bottle. of '

12:44... .... .. .11:45 '.. .." ..' .Cypress.. '.. .... 6:00.\.... .. 3:19' ? keeps uo and we are Inclinedto tiostetter'stornach Saunders Mill Company,
CREW NOTICE. ..... .... 11:2 ,.- .. .Grand Ridge:. .. ..., : ...... 3:07: think It ,will as everything pointsto .
Neither the captain, owners 12:55...... .. : [.. 'e,. .. ,'.S eads.. .. :.... ..'. .. 2:48 oblate: croo at the present and for Phone 717. I 21 Casf Garden Street. ;
11: nor consignees of the .... .t., ..". .)%:15 .River Junction- 5:211... .'.... 2:30 this reason the spinner Is buying all $ ,'Bitters -

Br. ss August Belmont will 10t501..I..l; : t be the first step toward
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responsible for debts .. 7:40l : to be In shape' to and"you .
I} ,l I r.AM 1 'f L1" JC"S In order .-- -- --- --- ----
tt cures Grippe, Spring
health. r rf rru
contracted good
b z the Crew meet this ntlngnty should It, arise
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lacI vesseL Trains 2iiiad'22 antl'tralns 2 n-i carry through SleePing';bet'weenPensaoIa \ We believe cotton a good purchaseon Fever, Impure Blood, Sleeplessness Journal

J. CLARKE.. otl and..Jack80nrlUe via River JunctIon and Seaboard Air' U. any fair breaks from the resent digestion,. Dysoepsla, Costiveness, Fe- Subscribe for The
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PAGE' EIGHT THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNIN, G, MARCH' 29, 1905 ,':, .

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f1. f E. L. REESE J* MENDEL'


,f U.! ...U.(.;t- CONVENTION Of DEAl (STATE' Reese & 'Mendel, lSAM1., GOMPERS : Lbok>' BOYS!


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: ".:(' CHRISTIANENDEA TRANSFERS The .;Home Tailor?- AdJJ'f.' e1oeONEY'

A N VtSITFLORffiA
j *J<.t.tr WILL .,.,., '.. .

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: &f 1 Following is a list pf the" deeds' re; Builders '

corded yesterday reported; by the .
(',J\ OR Pensacola Abstract Co: : I -'
J. E. Taylor to, W.,-B.;' Ferris, lots -
; ,1 1 to 13. Inclusive, anoMots' 23 and 24. '. ofMen's" -

\ block 103, East King Tract, ,Belmont .. : .
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:; Numbering, West of Tarragona. St, il t-
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t'. Sixteenth Annual Meeting Will Be and other considerations. '. And it is Possible That He May
Mary O.Wittich and W. J.,. Wittich to

.bJ Held In Montgomery from E. E. Saunders, lot 6.. block 50', Water include Pensacola! in His
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Front, $1 and other considerations.L. .

.. ..,: April 6 to 8. Mayer to D. Hale Wilson, lots 11 .* ,., iJD'5'
Itinerary. 0
r. ( and 12 in block 101. East King'ract.East : J-, _
. of Tarragona street, $1. 9, Fine .

.( D. Hale Wilson (o A..-o\.iY. .Mr, lots '
The sixteenth annual convention of
i't' 11 and 12, block 101. .East King Tract, Samual: Gdmpers, president of the
i the Christian Endeavor Societies ofi,[ East of Tarragona street U, and other Amer'can: 'Federation of Labor 'Is to
: '
:; There's Nothing Alabama and West Florida meets I lii considerations. ( : Clothes. visit
Florida during tha coming
A* JII the Central, Presbyterian church, The: Maxent Land Co/ to Ada Ger- in this state,
[ son, a portion of Sec, '42 T. 2 S. R. Jn ztth.-and will while
Montgomery, Ala., from April 6th to
like a Fresh Spring j 30 W.. commonly known as the Ma address organized labor in the princi 11 '

8th. The convention comes to Montgomery ent Tract. Uxwit, lots 6 and 7' in block- New and upto-date [:ne of 'Spring pal"cltfes.His itinerary has not yetbeen
this year on an invitation ex. 201. $400.Wm and, Summer Jacksonville I'
Suit'ngs and Trouser announced except aa Jto I
Sundayto tended' to the last convention by the H. Knowles. W A, DMeni.berte ,. ings. ,. where be has been .Ijivifedto -. ;. j
Christian Endeavor SocietIes of the and A. A. Fisher. executors of Suits from .50 to .00. .4
$17 $50 4
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Inasmu' .
make old clothes look out of Wm.: Fisher to ths Maxent Land Co Trousers : '" Address the laboring iie ; ; -- -

;r date. Better drop. in heie and city.For the three days that the convene. all of fraction lots 11'and 12. block. 41, .- our 'from$5.OOtol500rJoin Gentlemen's!v Suit cma;, h as' Jtensacola is the strongest ;; ) l *
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.( and select your Easter: Suit. tion 'will be In session the following Donelson Tract ,104.04. <: Costs only $1,50' per month tor. pres* organized lab 'Crty in the state, it is :gar* ougoi. the' :'notion It's hard for a boy to makejuoney

$10.00 to 2500. Interesting and attractive program The Ma.xent'Land: Co. to Wm.' H.Knowles Ing and sma1! repairs.: hardly probable that Mr. Gomperswill .after school'hours? If you knew how thousands

has been prepared: ... / W. A.. D'Alemberte' and A.I Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana visit the state without making a of jboys .msie all,the money they need by a few hours ,
Friday Afternoon, April 6. A. Fisher executors 'of Wm Fisher: women's Clothes
a specialty. stop here. Sneaking: of the coming work :week wouldn't ,jump.at the chance of
a yon !
3:3 Opening Devotional ExercisesRev. deceased, that port'on of lot 39 and I Give ua a tral: We will appreciate easy :
The John \White Store W. M. Crawford Montgomery. W. 20 fL of lot 38, block] 41. Maxent I your'business. v'islt. the Jacksonville. Metropolis of dfljng J It' yourself? There's no secret about it-these

\ 3:45-Welcome* Address-:Mr. FredS. and Donelson Tract. J225, ftEESE-MENDEL TAILORING. CO.. recent. date says: boys sell
Specialist In "' ..'. Wear. Ball Montgomery.! Maxent Land Co. tp W V H. Know I Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox -StNicfc's ."Organized labor in Jacksonville .Is:
4:00: -Rssponse-Hon. Rutherford les, W. D\\lnnberte and A. A. expecting a visit from Samuel Gom- ;
: 205-2O7 S. Palafox Street I Lapsley, Anniston. Fisher, executors of the estate of Wm. pens, president of the American Federation THE JV4 TWRJA:

4:15 Annual Reports of State Of- ilsher. deceased, a portion! of Sec.: 42 of Labor an.:? ,will give him a
: : Phone 252. fI pprl I I T. 2 S. R. 30 W. common. lv Vnriwn Riot Buffet and most enthusiastic welcome when he EVENING' POST
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i been invited -
.President the Maxent Tract to-wit; That portion conies. Mr. Gompers has

''Secretary.Treasurer.. of block 41, lying.N.,of S. line ol, to .make a public address here,
lot G. frac. lot 29. tllo k 46, frac. lots I Restaurant and he :will probably accept, as hs Friday, afternoon' and.Saturday. Some make $IS a week.

Junior Superintendent 10 and 11. block 41,.E. 6 In. of lot 17,: t has been delegated. by the executive All make something-depends on.the boy., It won't cost you
I: Federation
Marine Grocery Co. 4:45: -"The True Convention Spirit" all of frac. 1o18 and.W. 5:ft.of frac. Is tne only place .of Us to council do considerable of ,the American work ,in Florida: ,a cent to tryIt'snftay.AsI as' to send you the complete
-(Mr., Brame Hood. Montgomery. lot II', all in block 47, lots 5 and 6 and irindin Pensacola, in fact :
: tending to organize labor in this' outAtfor: starting in business, and.10 free copies of The Post.
W. 5 ft. of lot 4 It Is '
IFriday Evening. E. 5 ft.ot lot 7, I' -
604 606 608. 610 S. Palafox St. 7:45: 'Devotional Exercises-(To be 51 ft. of W. 25 ft. of lot 7, ]!:. :5'ft. N'I: state. }fr. Gompers cities will in Florida.visit; severalof and 1 Sell)heaPost. at 50.;the copy, and with the sac you make

filled.) the N. 51 ft. of lot 8, W..25) ft lot the leading buy further at wholesale price. Besides the profit made
i Phone 723. ddlnite y' announced -
4.- it has not been
itt: 8:00-"Good Cheer from all the I I all of lot 10 and the E.,23 ft -of Tot: APride to while 'when he swill come the general on rery :copy'we giyf prizes when 'you hare sold a certain

V. J. VIDAL Manager.THE Worid.-4Mr. Von Ogden Vogt, General 11, all in 'b'cck' 48. lots 14 and W. 15 I opinion! Is that he Will be here number of,copies. Farther, -
ft. or lot 15 in the S !
Secretary United Society Christian i'of block 57, ,PensacolacLarger time next month. -
HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO Endeavor. lots 14 to 19. inclusive. S. 10% ft. of some

!2 EAT Address-.Forelgn Missions"ltev.James .: lots 6 to 13 and S. lOVa ft of the W. "'That: the To American Enter Politics.Federation 'W1 i in Extra Cash Prizeseach !

Just Received: 0. Reavis. CoordInate Secretary part of lot 5 In 2-3 Arpent lot G..'a'II! in I. cities cannot Labor proposes to 'go, into politics
: Halibut 'Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Foreign Missions the S% of block 58, 2' ft front of De- 1 boast of a better equippej was Shown at the meeting of the jnonthTtV boys who do good work. Your chance of getting

I 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per Tenn. Nashvme'l' Villiers St. 'by 76 ft. 9 in. in place.. The eTvice is the executive council in Washington yes some:Of ihls money is just as good as that of any other boy who
1tt 4 kit 9:15: Reception to the 127 8-12 ft. N. of Gregory St. dePth'j I best,tba, can be had. terday. At this meeting a great deal s1s1ost. '
; 60 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kitCO block 84, Belmont No: 72 1-3 -
Montgomery Endeavorers. (Auspicesof spent discussing l the.replies '
;t halibut :ins I o'Jime t)
/ $1.25 (
kits kit.
per Cartb Philadelphia Pa.
DeVilliers TH PsbUshlnCompuy,1flSArthStreet.
St
the Guild of the Central Pre:>by- by 13? ft, in ,; of ,President Roosevelt and ,
60 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds. terian church. 129 8-12 ft. N. cf Gregory St fn Nick Apostle
kit.Bloaters ) all Propt'Amusements Speaker: Cannon to the bill of grievances -
4Wi; 51.25 per block 84, Belmont No. jots 9. and 10. to the
Milkers and Roes Saturday Morning, April 7. presented to them and .
1& tr 4 Codflsh. Pickled Salmon. Dill Herring P1ckIes.i 8:15-Quiet Hour Service--Rev. 2 i ft. of the W. 70 ft. of lot 11E. 30 N'I .,.- President pro tern.. Frye of tha Sonata v. -. '. ;.'
Neal Anderson, D. D. Montgomery.Doors of lot 17. all of lots 18, 19 and 26 and yesterday.' .
Krout.
.i T German Bauer I H ZA! ',, 1fHito. .. 4 ,
( will be all that part of lot 27 :lying in lot '. :
:$: tlJ Pigs Feet In kits $%00. closed from 8:30: to G" 4t Regarding legislation Mr. Gompers
; 3I'd Manewll and Lange's Fruit Cako. 8:60. all in blcck 87. N. 127 ft.'of b'ock 83. said that, the concluding paragraphin

.t National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake 25c 9:00: -"Power of Private Devotions" Part of lots 20 to 25 Inclusive N. of J i i the'! memorial meant,,exactly !what The Occurrence' ,of Disastrous Tornado
t4 per pound. -Rev. 'G. W. Patterson, D. D. Mont- the S. line of. lot! G. all in block 117.; ., it said. That ,is..,Coi\tress fail .to .
..3r .: We handle the celebrated blends ot gomery. All lot 22 in block! 11U Frac. !Jots 7 to' '' 'J.<> ......v :If: remedy the grIeVancthe organffca
t Coffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. 9:0-Gnference-The Problems of, 10 _InclusIve! block 176, lots '14 to 2$j,1 tion will appeal direct the people., .Or/:; cyclone: in any section must naturally. .cause great

!kjfrH 1 Oaxaca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard.'25eID 1. Getting the Help of the Older 183;) lots 3 to 11. inclusive,' and W. 12 .Buter Brown. tion of Labor will enter the field ,of)

; Diamond Blend 25c Ib; Golden Christians-ailss f=Ula Starbuck, Birmingham ft. lot 2. bc.ck! 199. Lots 1 and :2 be- Critics say that one of the most politics and urge organized labor ,toj Wo Write.. ,: Tornado. ., Insurance,
Hlo 20c lb.Strictly I tween squares, 195 and 199. All cf I enjjjable features about Melville B. elect men of their own choosing, and '
fresh roasted and as good 2. Getting the Cooperation of the lot E. except lots 19 and 24, inclusive! Raymond's 'Cartoon Comedy, Buster thus halVe a personal voce. in the which -protects your property against damage by'istorm.

; as, any Coffee sold in this city. Pastor-Mr. W. S_ Kelster, Montgomery. block 120. lots 1 and! 2 in block 142 I Brown, which conies :to thj opera, government. Therewill. 'be' further I The price is but' little above nothing, tho there Is much
: : Send us your orders and we will deliver .. and 143, One Arpent lot In( NE corner -house Saturday' lliht. is. that It is *.\m-tOD9 of the 'situation by the _. protection.
i .1 promptly. :3. The Society Co-operating with thJ of' lot A., One Arpefit' lot In NW I one of the,! fewJ&
; ; ----- Pastor-Rev. E. Bryce Robinson Sel- corner of Jot B. One Aroent lot in which .can. be: enjoyed no matter how the remarks of the President'and Insurance, Knowles Bros.Gen'i Agts
: ma. SW corner cl lot C. />ne Arp.nt'Jot: often yoa see It.and as the. music: l\fr" Cannon. have made' a deep '1m- Fir?, Life, ..
:j A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST 4. (Setting the New Member to Work N. of Arpent lot in Sv"cornel of lot.I is nev and bright arid the blending tprer(1lon. Mr' Gotr
i3 SUITED WITH A -Mr. Walter D. Shepard Montgomery C. One Arpent lot in SE! darner ot lot the costumes. pleasing to the j cminc!! Is iregardine the statement .
( lot E and one Arpent lot N.. ofjho t.3)'e, that one does-not tire with all I '!et forth in the bill (f grievances '

CERTIFIED CHECK5c 5. Training Prayer meeting Leaders same, less lots ,13 to 16. inclusive- In its gorge3usnq.'> Buster': many'pranks that it has! abundant proof'ofthe .

c and Vital Meetings\ Mr. Cljde E. blcck 113 and lots 6 to 11 inclusive. In'I(' appeal to jou with such" a < representations c made.' and :that. .........., ..... .. ............................., ..........
CIGAR. Wilson, Pensacola, block 121, dwelling house and land I goodly sense of humor that the new the condition of affairs 1n the labor ..uSre.&OOL-A.! .; -- -' -- .
6. Immediately connected herewith in traits : dftcov&ed I hfm world everywhere Is the best proofof i
Keeping the Consecration: Meet } are; \J everj :
All the qualities of l1a ror,aroma ing Fresh Miss Maude Newton, 'E'V, corner of ,Maxent Tract adjoining night. TIge comes in for his share its contentions. IronWorks and SU'pply'Co' i
,:I:1: I color and good material Is Birmingham. 1 Mlargaret Qu'na: ; To correct previous of th5 fun too i
embodied in It. 7. Keping the Committee Work at deed $1 and other considerat'ons.! Ths marks'tfie farewell tour v of La Grippe! and' Pneumonia. Manufacturers: : and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. J

A. Greenhut its Best-Mr. F- F. Ballard B:rining- The Iaxent Land Co. to 3Irs. Wil :Master Gabriel in.:.Buster Brown and Pneumonia often follows la grippe"but FORGING! MILL AND STEAMSHIP. SUPPUES. STEAMSHIP t
& Co. ,. bam. liam Fisher W, 12 ft. ot lot ,2, all of I|I next season "Melville B. Raymona never follows the use of Folys : REPAIRS. .A: & ECIA.L TY. Prompt attention given to all orders. J

?I DISTRIBUTORS 10.30: -'The Evangelistic Motive in 'lots 3, 4 and 5 and W. 102 ft.. of ''ots will offer this. dlmlnuthe' comedian in Honey and: Tar. It cures la grippe + day or night, Agents for James McKay & Co'a celebrated Log and
j;; : PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.NOTICE Christian Endeavor."-Rev. Claude 24, 25 and 26. all in block 195, Maxent!! the 'bIg 'musical spectacle Little Jack coughs and prevents pneumonia! and T Timber'Dogs: also chains. of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resl *
H i E. HilL Mobile.ll:00Reports. Tract, S662. Hon *r. Mr Raymond will also present consumpt'on.: : Ask for Foley's Honey : dence phone .1029.; P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. .
: from all the Socie.I i The Maxent Land Co.to B: B. Clegg" Little 1"ola.in Miss Bo Peep and Tar and refuse.anv substitute. +*++.+... ......,...........*.........+.t..........+.+.+.+
ties, limited to three minutes ,each- i: lots IS and 20. block J79/Max' Trt.. 013' well as 'Buster's; Vacation and fered. Mr. G. Vacher, of 167 Osgood .-'

Mr. Von Ogden Vogt. presiding I, $300. other musical- productionsThe St., Chicago, writes"My! wife had a -\ .

1b The Woolley Sanatorium only institute 12:15: -Providing for the Future-. 'I' severe eAse of la grippe three years :....... .. ............ )........+44..t4...4.
Rev. Claude i New Suit Filed. i;. Original. I ago, and it left with a terrib'e
E. Hill '
iy in the United States where the presiding.1:00Adjouijment The following new, suit was filed Foley & Co., Chicago cotfshShe' tried ,a bottle of Foley's :
originated
.. i: j : can Opium be cured Cocaine without and Whiskey exposure habits, and Saturday Afternoon esterd&y in the office of. the clerk of, Honey and Tar as a throat and'lun:1 Honey and.Tar ao1lt gave her Imme- I I Saves sBoth Gas and Eyes I
bottle cured
:with so much ease for the patient. Only 3:00: -Devotional Exercises( (to be the circuit court: remedy, and on account of th.j great date relict. A 50 cent" Refuse 'substi-:
filled) W. K. Hyer, Jr. anij Snowies 'H.erTS. merit and popularity of Foley' her cough entirely.
30 time I
3- days' Describe "
;4 i jour case and I will required.write you an 3:15-Business' Sess'on-Geo. White the unknown heirs of James Jackson Honey and Tar many imitations ara i tutes. W. A. D'Alemberte' drugs. st : In providing 'ligb for the home or office, the strength and :

4 opinion as to what I can accomplish Jr., president presiding. Jr. and James Jackson, S.r.. deceased offered for the genuins. These worthless and ap .thec rr.. : .. ; character; of the light must be considered. :
; bill for imitations have similar
f i.i for you. Ask your family physician Report, of the State Executive Committee Blount, attorneys parUConB10unt for plaintiffs & names. Beware of them. The Bounding 1 11li-1 Advertising Exnert.! The Welsbach.Single .Gas Arc and
to Investigate. Dr. B. XL Woolley, 104 i
Report of the ine Foley's Honey' and Tar is in a >'ei.j Chas. K. Jackson, an expert advertising "
: N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Ga. nations. Committee on Nomi r low package. Ask for it and refus, man: from Nw: York City is'.In 'I The Wefsbach. :3OOC. P. Gas ArcS .

Election of Officers.Miscellaneous HAIR SOFT AS SILK.. any substitute. It,!is the best remedy; tie cltr with a v:ew 'of Interestingsome : 7 -. :
for coughs and cdMs W. A. D'AIeinberte. ,cf the local business men in an ..are.;a triumph In lighting purposes giving a clear, brll.1 -
4:45 Business. New Scientific Treatment\ Kills Dan druggist and apothecary. advertising service which is a bus!- Want,yet' soft and'.steady' light and more nearly like:day :
Trolley
Rids
Traction (courtesy Montgomery druff Germs, and Make Hair Soft. ness getter. Air. Jackson has a var: dnper'ence ... ,..!Ig1o any lighting agency known. .The 300 c. p. 'arc.
Company)-Open ,. .. oitsonly three csnts an hour ,to operate, while the singlearc'costs. :
It Is field and
accepted fact proven advertising
The Season's Air Song Service at Pickett Springs. a fact WOODS' BURNING : Jn"th,5 .. .
Sunday Morning, that dandruff is a germ disease! ;, and wiM 'no doubt: interest some of the ) about 20 per cent less to run than the open .
April 8. ,.. with. Increase in of four fold.
4tIp" light about
it an
is also
6:30-Qnlet Hour Service Mr. Voa a'' demonstrated fact that enterprising. business men of Pensa- : :
Ogden Vogt Boston-Doors will be Newbro's !Herpicia'a kills the dandruff l\ W. FLORIDA I cohr. I. :: : :
Popular closed from 6:45 germ. Without dandruff falling hair "
: to 7:15.
9:3-.Bunday( 'School In the would stop, and thin ,hair, will thicken. [ ----- Petnsacola Gas Company \

Churches. Let ewy' delegate Herpicide not only kills .thft,dan Miles of fire are paid to be burnIng -
be
Sack Suit to his church. 101'al -: druff germ but it also mafc$3, the 'hair now throughout' West Florida! WEAK WEARY WOMEN i Phonul48.! 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.CURES i
as soft as silk. It is thd' .
11 a. most delightful Hoods, aud trees fences and
m-Regular serv'cs! in the grass . .......... ............ .. .
l4tt1' churches. flair dressing made.; It, cleansesthe property in general is be'ng: consumed -; ... 'I .= ..................

for men is noticeablymore SU-diY Aft rnoon. scalp from dandruff .end keeps by the fiery tongues, says the LEARN :THE. CAUSE .OF DAILY '- :-
4:00: -The Junior Society- it clean, and healthy. Itching I and irritation -Jacksonville Metropolis. All along : t I
eye winning (topic will be fciven later-4Mr.(Address Von, are Instantly relieved and the railroad lines can: be seen the ,WOES AND; END, THEM.

:tf;! than last year's mod. Ogden Vogt. permanently. cured." There's nothing dreary wastes made- by the recently
'no
Sunday -just aa good. Take substitute. passing flames an!' fire Is still to beseen
LtJ els. It the Evening. Ask for "Herplcla> For pale W.
suggests by
7:00( -Christian' Endeavor stretching out In. ,lines half c When the back aches and throbs.
IJ but Prayer A. D'Alemberte.: druutst'and.... apothecary mi3! long and ,still, eating ,everything
same set :
swagger meeting-Dr. R. M DavIs. Prattvilte When housework Is torture.
121 South Palafo street; or send lot
inflammable nature in its
an path
i'i ( t being longer it calls leader. '. 10 cents in stamps for sample .to. The way. Turpentine trees are moreespecially When night brings no rest nor sleep.. .
<&
Sv.4h; for a cleverly cut Keep ToplC-'I'he It"j Pledge. and How to Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. hurt by this evil, and as: When Women's urinary lot 'is disorders'a weary set one.in.

f waistline to overcome without 8:00 Address -* "No ImpressIon' in.some the df midst the areas\urpentine burning groves are right, it, There ..U a'. way' to escape these BLOOD POISONItchingrScaWy
EXpression..Mr
.1 any baggy appearance Von Ogden is thought :that the losses wUl'heavy be' woes..
Vogt, General Secretary, Boston. Doan's Kidney Pills cure such nia.1
4 ti that its fullness would Consecration: Service conducted by The Old Style of Throughout in'the end.E'cambia county, however -, Have 'eural women. here in Pensa-
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:Mr.
Vogt
$ 1t naturally effect. Mijpah there is no great part of the co'a.This!
HandworkIn woods burning according to the reports is one Pensacola woman's testimony. Skin Bone Pains Swellings Ii

See the blues and For an Impaired Appetite. brought in and given out by ,
grays) Loss of appatlte the laundry business Mrs. Martha A. Stephens, residingat :
always results from was :
residents of that section of the state. :3ff have a BMpalaslabooM b IIIIned.. eaI Enpuor. rsJm.
4 both are extremely Popular faulty digestion. All that Is needed good but far too expensive.' The Last year considerable !losses were I 308 E. Gsdsden street says: I have .. \ ,aP4 : n. b,. .ltlACpun, .
** ; this season. I If a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom. machine work usually gotten 14 suffered from the 1Iam8, but the fire' been a friend of Doan's Kidney Pills 1t .lnc.8o.ad'Joints, affected pwu.

tP' ; ach and Liver Tablets. They will Invlgorate cheap; -but hardly"good..At the hasn't made ft* appearance at all his for a loot time and I always recommend la. flood (bbr..!III !
Prices range from the stomach, strengthen the STAR LAUNDRYWE year and th* farmers. especially! them to every one I hear complaining I I .' t U a Glands, CANCER
digestion and Rive you an appetite COMBNE, those who have cattle grazing in the of backache or kidney ills'of! ss sad Barnp
;4 like a ,olt These Tablets also act I kind. This remedy baa been used. n. kU.Muca 8aMent.. n.llinI..rtll.sores. Ts&ac.w7 ,.
$6.50 to $18.00. harpy In abs's 50 a. youth,
woods
The careful .are very COD'.I any ..
up as a ctntl Uxatlvt. For sale by all conscientious faulty,off and on for years and*I ............... 'rea& .....; tJlcen. II.B.II..iM. ,
throughout In I. .
my
drncrista. work of the hand laundry with auence. The Area 1 ....aa-.w.... ....- I perteoeO,. It yes 5$5I
i iCscambla the I Rosa and Walton, counties however. the pills ban never been found want b........esS n& ass faa d--. I ,. ms.s..Ilthel. 'l.gI''.
moderate charges and from railroad are !I anyone requiring! tUne mellelne. .....,.pan o' I i: .:...:_. "' ....... the,wiLl 41.
S : Lodge No. IS, F. A A. M. prompt delivery of the maelne. a* Judged the very;' lag to need hesitate about body. liMesa Z7rsws taWq.."&aM ftppMt Ufore ,..: .... Iatm CsalS&
Well be ed! to call for 'zttia ve, v N Special communication of bundle. your I''in. to Kaan's drug store, corner of) r ..... IM PS. ...; ......... ....a4.l.|. tek.!. Tk a..rMklr.lt f-.*;
H. 0. ANSON .A Kttambla Lode. No. IS. F, A I I To draw the Ire out of a bara.Bttl:I Romana and Paiafox Ru. for Doaa'ai! :: the== s..s. r ?.l. (\fa....... .. tl,. Jl ,c A, 11.. FrIday March i $. :...s.. SSrattb.aS
SOtk. at The Star Steam a tut without leaving a "*r. nr (a I,! Kidney fill> for they will not be tflsawoiatH -.r ,.:L1, .er.s D'ip.p.e .n-.r=
7at: o'clock. Work In F C I cure bolls, ton, tettfr. ctma and a'l,: in the nults obtained. For == I 1455. ....... ... M .......... If ...
COttT1IL sad M M. P tos'". Ylsitinf! 1 brethren' skin eat scalp 4''*&..... ... D.vntfs i iI tale bf all ....1.,.. Price If r.ata. ....4 ejz.hs; ;: _-10'...SI,.........,
I fraternally lavt! .4. I II LJHIW iy. I Witch hazel Salve, A spdfiels. far .'o.tu'.>>Ub'Jra! Co. Buffalo. New York. .. .--. I...... -. ...... -. :PS.A"'u.Ma S .. I-

GIfIIt ,... Mitt..*. I c. D. nevcR.W S? 1. 1*... M. i I.*... 114 $ Get IB* f. "'l9*. Nous. I'ae4fj I.. Mto aiais far the Ua4t4 Mate. "' :ye ___If =. ; F...._.e'........"15.
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