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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 31, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 78 PENSACOLA. FLORIDA_ ; SATURDAY' MORNING MARCH 31. 1900. '
. PRICE 5 CENTS, 5


THOUSANDS HORRIBLE STORIES: M NO AGE LIMIT FOR.t '


STRIKENTONIGHT 'I

WILL FROZEN. ARCTIC PLftR FEDERAL CLERK '




Cannibalism Starvation Murder) and'
'BOlO Provision that
Raised Such
Convention C Declined Offer of Operators p- RESCUEDAFT13JFOUR BURGlAR a '

Suicide' Have Totally Annihilated Rumpus Eliminated from Appropriation

( to Arbitrate Wage I WEEKSUNDER GROUND

Differences. 1 ". Two ::Tribes of Northern Asia. CAPTURED BY Bill.

1I THIRTEEN FRENCH MINERS TAKJEN ALIVE FROM CARRIERES '. ..'

I MINES. AFTER HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE COVERING PERIOD By Associated Press died and members of the Somoens and Legislative, Executive and Judicial
TO MEET TUESDAY : St. Petersburg r. 30.Horrible Soloiua tribes, when facing starvation, ,
OF TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS. tales are reaching St. Petersburg of agreed that when nothing remained OFFICERS Bill Was Passed.
'I cannibalism starvation'among the but death each head of a family i
I I tribes'of the frozen arctic plains at should kill his wife and children and
By Associated Press. into.the mine on the day of the accidtnt. the extremity of Asia 'Most of the then himself, which compact was car.I
Consideration About
For Further Lens, France Mar 30.-Thirteen of MEASURE CARRIES' APPROPRIATION
They afterward found the decomposed -
reindeer died of starvation last winter Tied out literally to the extinction of!
1 the twelve hundred miners, who were
. the Wage Scele. entombed March at the Carrieres coal mines furnished body them of with a horse food. which They food., leaving During the the inhabitants winter entire without tri/oes/ eating both tribes.each other Other are tales told.of families Broke Into Market of Mrs. Coul- OF THIRTY MILLION' DOL.

OP. 2, were taken 'from the said they suffered most from lack of R LARS, CONSIDERABLY MORE
mine alive to-day and with care it is water and also from cold.It Afternoon But
1 MINERS WORKING MON. expected they will recover. Their is reported that others are alive I son Yesterday THAN LAST' YEAR-ROOT ASKS
lit GNLY sudden appearance: caused stupefaction in the mine. Families of the minersare AMBASSADOR YOUNG WHITE MAN
DAY WILL BE THOSE *OF WEST to a gang of salvagers who had angry and claim salvage operations Properietor Was There. FOR FUNDS TO ENABLE PARTI-
. just completed' their nlg t's work. were never undertaken in that -
JAPAN
. VIRGINIA FIELDS-TOTAL SUS. The men ;were able to talk feebly part of the mine from which the men I TO PUBLICLY HANGEDFULLY CIPATiON IN HAGUE CONFER.

but sensibly. They sa'tf' they lived! were rescued to-day. Disorders are Jim Iverson, a bold negro burglar, 'ENCE.
PENSION OF ANTHRACITE MINING i on hay and morsels of food .taken I I expected. is in custody at the county jail upn

I -ROOSEVELT HAS NOT DECIDED -I LUKE E. WRIGHT WAS FORMALLY TEN THOUSAND PERSONS a serious charge. Yesterday after-
i.oon about 2 o'clock the negro attempted -
UPON WHAT ACTION HE SWORN IN AT WASHINGTON WITNESSED EXECUTION ON ) to burglarize the meat mar- By Associated Press
PURCHAStD THE' ket of Mrs. E. Couli>on, at the corner Washington, ..Mar 30.-The house
WILL TAKE. THE HAMILTON YESTERDAY.By OPEN TEXAS PRAIRIE.By t,.of Government and Baylen streets,. today passed the legislative: executive
and would have succeeded but for the and judicial appropriation 'bill, carrjxJ
I fact that the proprietor was there.j ing thirty million dollars.
She received bad fright when she! A feature of today's proceedings
By Associated Press. Associated Press a was
Associated Press
discovered' the negro in the market I the elimination of the age limit oj .
al Indianapolis" invention! ,of Mar.Mine 30.-The Workers Nation ad- PURCHASED BY SOUTHERNHOTEL Washington. Mar, 20. Luke E. Austin Texas Mar. 30.-Fully ten As it is nearing the first of the clerks a provision which created

jcurned sine die this afternoon after Wright. former 'governor general of thousand' persons witnessed the public month Mrs. Coulson was ei.gaged yesterday I much discussion and. incited a fight

t-" monzmg the national and district the Philippine, today became ambassador -. hanging of Tom Young, thirty afternoon during the closing against the bill.
hours of the market in her The bill carries nearly bun
of the United States posting seven
to
Japan.!
offii To to sign! a wage agreement miles north of this city The hanging -
ran any coal operators who agree top The oath of office was administered books and making out accounts. In I dred thousand dollars more than thetill
!II! : tie scalp] of 1903 for a perioa'( of PILOTS I at the State Department. He will sail I occurred on the open prairie and order not to be disturbed she had l last year. 0
two vpars The convention declined for Japan April 30.TIMOTHY thespectators came from a radius of moved her'desk over into one corner,

th, offer made by the operators ofUino's fifty, miles. He was a young ,white of the place, where she could not be ASKS APPROPRIATIONFOR
.. : Indiana and Ohio to arbitrate man about, thirty years old. convicted seen, and' was lousy writing when HAGUE CONFERENCEWashington. -
I II abe heard a nwise and locked aroundto
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sage differences.The GIBLIN of assaulting and murdering six-
Deal Has Been Closed the a see Iverson in the shop. He was, Mar. 30.-In a communication .
: action of the convention will for J. R. Saunders and Geo. P Wentworth teen year old girt whom he had. adopt- he the, House
also supposed
i result In bringing out of the mines" t ed. surprised as no one to today Secretary -
) to-morrow night 509,500 men in the I Former Revenue Cutter-The Close Deal for Valuable DIED. .IN MOBILE !''was: in the market. Me> ha.,(a' gained: Root asks for an appropriation of
: anbrarUe and bituminous fields. The entrance through one of-the rear win fifty thousand dollars to enable this

4 <:ch! miners working Monday will be I Florida Used in Trade. ,. MANY INJURED I I' dows.When government to-participate In the second
j tnnt-fton tnousanrf in the West VIsgnia > Propurty. asked what 'he was doing in international peace conference at
field, where special arrange- AGED RESIDENT OF THAT, CITY, the place, he replied that he had The Hague. While no date is fixed

:A rvntg,!.nnit! were work made pending several days! ago by to I The big steamer Hamilton, formerly The Southern Hotel property which WHO IS WELL KNOWN: HERE ] IN R. R. WRECKBy there come to and see one that of he the wen had wroking passed for held the during conference! the coming* it will summer likely be or
a settlement
0 in the revenue cutter service, has was owned by Mrs. Hill, of Tallahassee .through the back door. While saying autumn The was taken
the district; contention at Charleston, PASSES AWAY 1.Dfl1atfve by
Vest Virginia. I been secured by the Pensacola Bar bas 'been purchased by J. It. Associated Press this he kept glancing at the knives the :Czar of Abasia! and such gather-

.. It is anticipated that the scale wi'l Pilots Association. The deal was Saunders and Geo. Wentworth. the : I 'Fort Wayne, Ind., Mar. 30.-As an and hatchets'on the meat blocks and ins has already. ,been the subject of t
'be signed in a few days by employers I closed Thursday night before Captain latter of the Escambia Realty Comitiny'ahichherepresents Timothy O!b1in; an aged resident east bound Nickle Plate Railroad train seemed anxious to get .ne of them in international correspondence jn
ers of Seventy-five thousand men in I other pilots left :Mobile, ,who.hadbn !?rirealljr! ill\\ for was approaching South Whitley this his hands. which the. United States has taken
H Western Pennsylvania, Illinois: and Charles Perry'and ; \n'the deal. several" weeks passed away\ at jushome ,afternocn.the smoker;day coach' and (Mrs. Coulson: 'seeing what the nero part
: Oh'o.s Mobile for Pensacola. They reached' The purchas.3 of this: property has on Warrent street in that city five sleepers left the track and turned was looking at, and his evidntintention ,I
here yesterday morning, when it wasannounced over In the ditch. Twenty-three jumped from her desk and
. been under consideration for some yesterday morning at 4 o'clock When
MINERS A VD OPERATORS th 'tthe Hamilton hat:: weeks, but it was not until recently I death arrived he was surrounded by persons were injured, one fatally. The ran,Iverson out through also ran.the but front yesterday door. afternoon -I II THE, BOARD Of.SUPERVISORS
: WILL MEET TUESDAYs been purchased.The his sons and daughters, and other cause of the accident is unknown.
that the parties could agree upon the! I I pDeuties Sanders and John .
s Hamilton was purchased some relatives. Mrs.' John White and Mrs. : ,
. York anthracite I consideration, wh'ea: Is in the neighborhood ,, son got a clue as to where be was
Mar. 30.-The weeks ago from the government by George Hoffman: the two daughterswho '
NEGRO MURDERERPUT succeeded in capturing him at
and
: operators decided to-day to meet I Captain Kimball who placed the I' ;s- of 3000. resided in this city, and who left_ of Bros. --
,the slaughtering pen Morgan
. the miner's committee Tuesday morn-,. sel on the docks and gave her a in here Thursday. at noon, were present ,
have
The nT r owners view several I Iverson formerly worked f r Mrs:
: !lag as requested by President John thorough overhauling.!; She was on when he died. TO DEATH OF COLORED SCHOOLS HELD
: improvement to the property, but i I Coulson, but was discharged by her.
1ltchell, for further conference docks when the pilots reacherf
1 the As stated in The Journal yesterday WEDNESDA'y
iioui the wage scale. It operators .)Mobile so!! they had a good opportunity these will not be made at the present morning It was not expected that Mr.Gftblin j I I MEETING NIGHT
: ed during the toy that the of making a thorough examination time. Later however there will be would survive through the day.i By Associated Press : CONDITION OF AT OFFICE OF W. H.
.. would refuse to meet the miners beau of her. additions made, with possibly one or t, and while his death was a severe Waxahatchie, Texas, Mar. :30.: -Albert -
-e the miners had been ordereltt f fs II The vessel is of 435 tons, about 115 I more stories added. At present about'fifteen shock to his relatlv, it was not un- Johnson, colored, was executedthis HARVEY.
strike on Monday morning. I feet in length and carried three gins I 1 THE WEATHER
new rooms, which are in the expected.The afternoon for the murder of J. H.
. George F Baer, representing: the j' before her purchase. She was 'ra'lt The board of supvisors of the !.
addition recently made will be open remains of the deceased were Taylor, a white man, last July. The r co
: orators, wired Mr. Mitchell to-day Buffalo in 1871 and was for many I Iyea.ril execution ored public schools in the city met
ed. placed at rest yesterday afternoon. was public and was
. is follows: "Although your order tout II ; stationed at \\Fbrt Tampa. She considerd Wednesday night In the office of W.
. The property Is very Out of respect to the deceased the ed by several thousand FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER IS
work negotiations was tb.3Scmrners
: pending than
vessel even witness-I H. The
i< a much larger Harvey. meeting was attend
valuable, as it is an ideal hotel site. John White store was closed during!: from a distance.
: BO i extraordinary the delay in N. Smith, and will aff.i-3: I FORECASTED FOR TODAY AND ed by supervisors S. D. Jackson D.
I
. Bating being yours nevertheless wjO amrole accommodations- to the pilots J. Cunningham! W. H. Harvey, A. B.
e ;:, meet jour committee as requested who are on watch. She carried a TOMORROW.The I Petti way and Aaron Brown
s large crew of men and naturally i* I According to an act of the recent
. Mr Mitchell replied that April 1 fitted with quarters, so that'it .viil TELLVtRY n r I'LL 'Legislature two months will! be addedto
tbf contract between the miners an'1 not be necessary to remodel her.: E ANSwtR- tLe regular term of each school
operators expired. The men neces-: The pilot boat Florida was used in h Youlz gVES'ltxts i forecast for Pensacola and vicinity that maintains SO per cent of its en-
sir to run the pumps and preserve I the trade for the Hamilton and it is .. 'Ana*' sMD NVT JOlCff for today and tomorrow is fair rollment throughout the term. All of
be properties will continue at work. understood: that the local pilots gave 1 (AME OIJT r'' ern or rub and warmer weather. The weather i the supervisors except one ix rtei
about $8,000 in addition. The new of MY 1 yesterday was decidedly cool, the that their schools go far had maintained *
I ANTHRACITE MINING plot boat will be delivered here be- !! KtDI : sa0r maximum temperature at 6:30 a. m. the required percentage to entitle
WILL BE SUSPENDED fore the expiration of a week and will being 44 degrees Yesterday after them to the additional two
immediately go into service. noon at 3:40 o'clock the maximumwas months. The supervisors urge upon
S >Piilaa'elphia.: : Fa., Mar. SO.-The tola 56 degrees. Observer Reed in the patrons to keep their children in
81l pension of anthracite miningC'dered 0 Gt his summary of weather conditions, school and discourage the idea ot
by the Shamokin scale committee MRS. ROOSEVELTAT yesterday said: sending them away before they have
( of the United Mine Workers I "Precipitation has 'been general completed the curriculum. Thai
today affects more than one hundred FERNANDINA r east of the Mississippi river where board will meet again ... the second
and I '-lehe one hundred and sixty thou- p rECtF during the past 24 hours the south-
i *u>d are employed in four hundred iERE S / 1IN ern depression having increased in

collieries in Eastern Pennsylvania FLORIDA PORT AND EM- RrlATioy t strength and moved slowly to northern TIMBER MARKET
Nearly three quarters of the hundred REACHES FoR You: Georgia.; Rain has also fallen on the
fond sixty thousand belong to unions BARKS ON MAYFLOWER FOR Pacific coast, where another depres- STILL ADVANCINGRULING
but there is! little doubt that nearly sion is moving eastward over Oregon.
| nt tho non-unlon\ men will quit work WEST INDIAN VOYAGE.By p1l1JLC The pressure is high throughout
'hell the unioa workers obey the or- I tst Ii the slope region with temperaturesnear
'e"II the freezing point. There has QUOTATIONS DURINGTHB
it i difficult! to predict the outtow -
been a marked fall in teraperture.m
Associated Press catTerlgr
( WEEK SHOW A RISE OF
of the trouble. All the
present the of the southern disturbanceover
tuners FernandIna Fla., Mar. 30.-Mrs. 4TAND aoaru EE rear
1 M' 'the demands have been refused Roosevelt and three( children, Ethel. [ Mississippi, Louisiana and Ala- ABOUT ONE CENT.
made the
who have
operator
with' the'r' servants i : bama.
Archie and Quentin. }
counter .
| proposition that the anthra- EARS _
n'tnke commission award be conj arrived today from Washington .. .. "Fair weather with fresh west windsis Those who have spent almost a lifetime !
indicated for this vicinity for to- timber business and who
of Jacksonville.Mrs. in the ,
:wi'"d for three but President coming by way
j Mitchell years, Roosevelt was met at the station i nr,ht and Saturday and conditions have witnessedthousands of sticks
'
lyHAT
refuses abide by
longer to
Present conditien*. by nearly half of the town and Yoir, ,- tonight will probably" be !nvorble'for upon the market without, even a bid.
the ladles of the Episcopal church: wAN r light frost to form. der say that the present price being -

ROOSEVELT HAS NOTDECIDED presented her with a magnificent: tray I t S paid for timber is the highest ever
of CRET5 known in Pensacola or any port alone
UHON ACTION flowers. '
ALLEN HELD ONCHARGE
The party went on board the Mayflower oR the gulf coast. Timber which last

\\'ashlngtonlar.: 30.-President. immediately which left the year sold for 16 and 17 cents per foot.
>tI rte'' evelr is noncommittal regarding docks at four o'clock preparatory tol R SEfRErs, Of MURDERSpecial and which was considered a good

tJal; : action, if any, he will take re- sailing but did not go to sea on account price for it, is now going, at froji 30
carding the coal strike. It is known, of high winds. ) TA DARD \ / to 31 cents per foot. This refers tt>
e torturer, from his replies to tele- pl to The Journal. averages of thirty feet and over.
Ram Averages of twenty feet sold freely
received from Indianapolishas .
Milton Mar :O-In: the case of
taai bl' the matter under cQns \l. 'vance of 5.55 percent over present CO 1 R George Alien charged with killing for 24 cents.
I fration and it may be some days l.sJ wages. C Ff PR 11ir 5 Eubcsaw Whitnire at the depot on The advance during the week
J fore he decides what, if anything, can Both of these telegrams were discussed December !fI /last, the grand Jury amounted to almost a cent over that
\\it' done but it of the week Where theprices
at the cabinet meeting, brought in a Verdict of murder in the previous.
t. Tpf'grams! were received from In- was announced at' its close that nj first degree. Allen and Whitmire will stop is a question; that ta

: thanapolis. from John II. Winder of reply had been sent to either and no were at the depot when the killing now confronting those who are compelled
S ators, suggesting that the announcement cap be made' at pre and trouble occurred over ''a drum- to buy at the present quota
president name a commission with l,! ent. ner's grip for which both were,work tions.
s full! authority to investigate the coal ing. The 'tuaUonVLore the strike is to be MINERS CAN WORK ON rt.. years of age relief in s'ght.'! The supply Is not sufficient
: lad from President: John :Mitchell, of 1903 SCALE BASIS -1)1i .. In the case of the State of Floridavs for the demand.< This ia part.
. :e fine Workers< and Francis L. : James Malloy, charged.with murder ly due to the fart that many of the
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i. kubbins Amder in which they declare the Indianapolis, Mar. 30.The national ._ _..- 'f\"' the jury brought in a verdict of mills! are cutting! lumber for the Interior -
message : .actual.. facts of the situation. Thy ers of America adopvd a resolutionthis charged with l killing Wm. Boj-ett dur- to them than to cut timberfor
s. (>rt that one-half of the total toa- afternoon permitting miners to I YES! 'Jag :November 1904' during an alter export. There is a beg demand all
WELL
- state rained in Western Pennsylvania. sign the scale of 1903, wherever offer cation over the ownership of some' over the country for lumber and it

.t is Illinois and Indiana is produced er by the operators. The convention TALK ABOUT s.Un'PRWOUUX'T"IT' SURPRISE YOU LV THE MISSOURI STANDARD OIL INVESTIGATION togs. Judge Carter hasnot. '-.>et is selling at exceptionally good prlcw.. .
operators willing to pay the com'l adjourned at five o'cljck, has afternoon ....- passed sentence. eneiTe'egraphic '. '-

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r1 i.' v"' u! TWO THE P'E N SAC 01. A JoURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH .'31, .1986 I

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H ; .,- acknowledged that: Mitchell : Smithwick and Buck (1) Tided! into two hundred'and fifty (250)) i lie way or park within the City Of
said names and J. H. be a gutter One and one-half sacola any of the toys
ADNOCK they executed the foregoing: ; instrument -, ner Chipley knovta to me to be the I inches deep, Ten (10) inches -wide at shares of one hundred dollars I or the sale lrerCkee.

BIG DOCKET U 0 C IN for the uses and purposes therein individuals described by said names, I the botton and Fourteen ((14)) inches ([5100.00) each. len per cent of said exposing firEworn.sale of which keeping
subscribed and is
t set forth. ; and acknowledged that they executed wide at the top, the City agrees that capital for stock before shall said.be corportion shall ited by the fore-going sectlo proj.
Given under my hand and seal of- the foregoing instrument for the uses the said street shall always remaina paid Section 3. That
I
: D. 1906. and therein set forth.Given'under one-half transact: any business. All or any any t
cial this 7th day of March, A. purposes street of from Fifteen and person
JOHN J. GIBSON, my hand and official (l5'%) to Sixteen and one-half part of said capital stock of said corporation or corporation! convicted violate.any .
of
SANTA ROSA (Seal) Notary Public.' seal this 5th .a&y of March A. D. 1906. (16 i) feet wide; that the City shall I ; may be 'payable or issued provision this ordinance shL i
< My commission" expires Feb. 24. 1909. (Seal) JOHN J. GIBSON. maintain the said pavement or one for the purchase of property at a b punished by a fine of not exceed
Notary Public. equally desirable; that it will never; just valuation' thereof to' b fixed byte ing Fifty ($50.00)) Dollars Or

State of Florida. I My commission expires February 24, construct nor permit to be constructed board of directors at any annual prisonment of not exceeding sixty
County of Walton. 1909. : | sidewalks in said street, and that I meeting or meetings to be called for days, o by both such fine and 1 J
--:..- it be constructed that purpose. prisonment.
: Lu Before the subscriber a Notary will never permit to :
COUNTY
ARROW State IV. The term for which corporation ,Section 4. That this
Public in and for the said State and of Florida, thereupon any steam or street car sl ordinance sha
CI.PZCOSHRN QUAKTER SIZES County, personally appeared R. E. L.' County of Duval.* line or telegraph or telephone or any shall exist shall be nine- take effect immediately after its T

CLUETT1 15 cents eaclt PEABODY afor>scent& CO. McCaskill, known to me to be the individual Before th? subscriber a Notary II other wire bearing poles. I ty-nine: (99) years.V. ton and publication as required far.
J E4 Matcn of Cluetl mint Momank Slum, described by said name, and Public in and for said State andpen.onally Section 3. That no vehicle shall The business of this corporation .
".?i.,' : County, appeared C. H. enter from the I shall be conducted by the followIng Section 5. All ordinances
except and
the said street
the' I N
: : acknowledged that he executed
: : Two Weeks Will Probably Be Con foregoing instrument for the uses and Barnes known to 'me to be the individual North end thereof, or pass out of the. officers: a president vice-presi of ordinances in conflict here1ith'f

-,- therein forta. described by said name, and sdid street except at the South end dent, secretary and treasurer, and a and the same are hereby
sumed Trying Cases in purposes Given under set hand and seal official [acknowledged that he exscuted the thereof I. board of three directors. Passed :March 28th, repled

Legal Advertisements this 23rd Jay my of Feb. A. D. 1906. foregoing instrument for the uses and Section 4. Any violation of the' The offices of secretary and vie Approved larch 29th 1906.
Circuit CourtN purposes therein set forth. I prohibitions contained in the foregoing preside-nt'may be held by one and ClUS. H. BLISS
WM. W1LLSON
M.
: BIDS FOR UNIFORMS. Seal Public., Given under toy hand and seal official section- shall be unlawful and any same person. The number of directors -l. C. E MERRITT. )
'Sealed bids will be received by tho ( ) Notary this 3rd cfcy of March A. D. 1906. person violating them shall, upon conviction -, may be chango from time to Clerk. Ia\o-
.. Board of Safety at the Clerk's office My commission expires Aug. 10, 1908. (Seal) E. B. WELLS in the Municipal Court be. time by the By-Lws, at no time I

Special to The Journal. until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Notary Public State of Florida at fined 'by a fine not execceding Fifty, shall be less three, nor more An Ordinance to Prohibit the .
.' ..' Milton Fla., Mar. 30.-Ths Circuit NOTICE TO CREDITORS. largs. My commission expires Jan- than five.' RC
April 4th. for summer uniforms of the ( Dollars, or be imprisoned for not exceeding nition by City Officials of
.- ; Court of Santa Rosa county convened Police and Fire Departments of the Notice is hereby given to all credi- ury 27, 1909. j ten 'a's. I The 'board of directors may appon.. signment of Salaries by ( -

Monday. March 19. with Judge Fran City of Pensacola samples of cloth to :ors, legatees: and distributees of and Section 5. That this ordinance other acer and agents of this cor and Employees of the City OJl1

cis B Carter presiding and J. Walter be submitted with bids. The right to all persons having claims or demands State of Mississippi. shall take effect immediately after its such powers, duties 1 sacola.Be n.

: Kehoe. Mate's attorney and the usual reject any and all bids is reserved. against the estate of Mrs. Fanny Sul- County of '!Pearl River. passage and approval. and teI of o1ce. same to be pre it Ordained by the Mayor

.. members of the bar in attendance. CHAS. H. BLISS. Mayor. livant deceased, to present such Before the subscriber, a Notary Pub ic Passed: March 14, 1906. by the By-Laws. Council of the City of Pensacou, 4ai
;- amon'g whom are Judge LJ: Reeves claims and demands to the undersigned iu and for said State and County Approved: March 15, 1906. The ( 'rectol shall be elected by I Section 1. That no .

'.. :'! und C. II. Lane)', of Pensacola. The NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.Notice within two years from this date personally appeared John A. Ewing.I CHAS. II. BLISS. the stockholders at each annual i I Board or Officer of the Exwim
; ..l" ,._ local bar is represented thellon. H. : is hereby given that the undersigned -';'1 -February 24, A. D., 1906.' Genevieve]I known to me to be the individual described Mayor City of Pensacola. meeting. All other officers of this; or in any way Cinnai) accept

'Y. I.. S. Laird T. F. West and Ernest Amos. will apply to the Honorable I S. Beard: Fanny W. Sullivant. M. I.. by ,said name, and acknowledged Attest: C. E MERRITT. corporation shall be elected annually t any assignment or recognize transfei 01 di'(;,"

!L4t. ..,.Jf- Owing to the fever scare no court Napoleon B. Broward, Governor of the I Sullivant, executors. 24feboaw8wj I that he executed the foregoing City Clerk. '!>y the directors at a meet g to beheld salary< or compensationarneti 01 at>

J: -' was held at the fall term thus caus- state if Florida a* Tallahassee. Florida NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. instrument for the uses and. purposes An-' Ordinance Prohibiting the Sale or on the same day. unearned of any Officer or Enip, 'Jf),
j.
ing large: docket which will take the twelfth of April A. D. Notice is therein set forth The offices of vic-pre !- '
r' a on day hereby given that the undersigned Exchange of Impure or Adulterated preident. of the City: 'Provided thaI 'thi ,?
1 .."" probably two weeks to clear. Below 1906, for letters Patent Incorporating will apply to the Honorable Given under my hand and seal ofi- Condensed Milk or Evaporated dent. secretary treasurer being vision shall not prevent the

....o;:. >'f is list of cases heard: PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY Napoleon B. Brow arc1, Governor of the cial 1906.this 26th- -< ay of Febuary A. D. Cream, and Providing the Manner filled from among their number. fer by endorsement of an\ wraB'raiS'

ii .' ; State of Florida vs. Willie Copeland under the following proposed charter, State of Florida at Tallahassee in which all condensed Milk and The annual meetings of the corporation -] or shall not prevent the trans,.
(Seal l
,.ht.. 1 and Andrew Copeland, burglary. Indictment the original of which is now on file in Florida on the twelfth day of April. A. ) | J. S. DOVE.Notary Public'State Evaporated Cream shall be labelled shall be held on the first Mon- endorsement' of any warrant 01 im.-

f1i\ i : quashed. the office of Secretary of State of the' D. 1906. for letters Patent incorporating and Further Providing a Penalty for a'ay in March of each year. The due written. order of the City by th p,-

:tt .. 7 E. F. Skinner AS. I. B. Hilson. re state of Florida. I I THE J. R. SAUNDERS COMPANY the Violation of this Ordinance.Be of th? annual meetings may be, son to whom same is made past!'.

;A ': plevin. Continued toy consent. TIlE UNDERSIGNED SUBSCRIBERS -I under the following proposed of MississIppi it ordained by the Mayor and changed by the ByLaws.The I Section 2. That all ordinam* t
: ;.; A. S. McMillan vs. I. B Hilson. as- do hereby make application for charter the original of which is now County of4 Pearl River. Council of the City of Pensacola: incorporators shall meet on. parts of ordinances in conflict iwwith
:t"' 'f' : sumpsit. Continued by consent. Letters Patent incorporating us and I''on file in the office of Secretary of Before tha subscriber a Notary Section 1. That it shall be unlawful the fourth day of March 1907 being: Be and are hereby repeals'

1;;. Th r: Ceo. Atwell vs. J. B. Sutton assumpsit. our associates! into a corporation.. in accordance -i State of the State of Florida. Public in and for said State' and ,I for any person, company or corporation the first annual meetng. at the office Section 3. That this ordinance

". Continued: by ronsentiBluthenthal with the laws of Florida under ,THE UNDERSIGNED SUDSCRIB- County, personally' appeared J. B. I to make, sell, offer or expose of this the City of shall take immediattl' upon (is
: Price ERS do hereby make for Newton known to me to be'the individual Ptnsacola, Escambia County, Florida, ee
& Bickart application
vs.
n. .. I the following Charter: for sale or exchange in the City passage
Bros. Letters Patent incorporating us and described by ,said name, and at eleven o'clock, a. rn.. for the pur- appro\'al
10' Jernigan. defendant, and Mayes 1 of Pensacola, any condensed milk or Passed: ) 1906.
4. :4 claimant. Claim su.t. Suit dismissed shall our associates into a corporation in acknowledged, that he executed the I evaporated cream unless manufactured poS of adopting By-Laws, holJmg Approved: March 15, 1906
The of the corporation
; name foregoing instrument for the uses and first election of officers and completing -
accordance with the laws of
'.1'''y, on motion of plaintiff. be PENSACOLA GROCERY COMPANY Florida, : from pure, clean healthy fresh CHAS. II BLISS
therein set forth. 'the organization
purposes of thia
State of Florida vs. B. F. Inman. under the following Charter: unadulterated and wholesome milk corporation. Mayor\ City of P.
office and >
:\i. and its principal I Given under my hand and seal official nsat'I.1
.' Selling liquors without a licensft Nolpressed. business be Pensacola 1. from which the cream has not been 'Attest: C. E:IERT.Cty
1-4. place of shall The name of the corporation shall this 22nd day of February A. D. either in and Until the officers are elected at the
sF-( Florida, with the right to establish 1906. removed wholly dr part, first annual ClerkAn
meeting and be
,'. Will Kelker. be The J. R. SAUNDERS COMPANY, sala',! condensed milk or evaporatedcream sbal
a State of Florida vs.
i. of businessat
branch offices and
places the :J. J. SCARBOROUGH. the business of corpor.aton -
:. .: ,,'." Selling liquors without license. Nol such other places as may be neces- and business principal office and place of (Sean) Notary Public. shall be concentrated to a degree qualfied. be conducted by the following Ordinance to amend Section ?1C
Pensacola Florida with
to contain minimum of
; ::. pressed. sary or convenient in the conduct of ranch t offices and places of businessat and one-half cent a of butterfat seven anda officers: W. W. Watson, president Art le 1 of Chapter X of iht C'.de i
: .... State of Florida vs. Griffin Bird. said busines such Stat of Georgia, per ; C. W. 'Parker, vice-prebident; QTdinnce of thf Cit of Pt'n.sala. -
other places as become minimum of '
cent
without license. :Nol may twenty eight per
>
Selling liquors C. W. Parker .
of
m in the County Colquitt. secretary, and E. L.
necessary conduct of said busi of total milk solids by weight.
;.' o'l rossed.e The general nature of the businessto ness. Before the subscriber a Notary Section 2. That it shall be unlaw. Reese, treasurer, with W. W. Watson Be It Ordained by the Major and
j !State of Florida vs. B. Greenwood. be transacted shall be the buying. 2. Public in and for said State ani ful for or C. W. Parker and E L Reese as di Council of the City ot P asacola,
any corporation
person, company .
Selling liquors without license. Nol in all knds of County personally W. C. rectors.VI. .
and appeared
selling dealing merchandise The general nature of the businessto to manufacture sell, or offer !eton 1. That Section 1C7 A>
3,! 'p : pressed. at wholesale and at retail be transacted shall be the buying Vereen and W. H. Barber known to for sale or exchange in hermetically The highest amount of indebtedness Uce Chapter X of the Code of
;_ iF4. :, State of Florida vs. Tim Cattle. including all kinds of groceries,. dry aIL selling of naval stores products, me to be the individuals described by sealed cans any condensed milk or or liability to which .thls corporation Ordinance of the Ciu of Fensacol

,. -.. ;.. Obtaining money under false pretense. goods, clothing, crockery ardware, and dealing in such naval stores said names and' acknowledged that evaporated cream, unless put up in shall at any time subject itself be and the same is hereby amt'ndel

..., ., -i: Defendant pleaded guilty feed stuffs, 'grain and hay; the buying products generally, as factors and on they executed the foregoing instrument packages upon", which shall be distinctly shall be in an amount equal to so as to read a folow.:
.:-,' ': : State of Florida vs. Joe Lewis. and selling of live stock buggies, wag- commission; brokerage; buying sell for the uses and purposes labelled or stamped the name twice the amount of its capital stock. Section 167. Te followtns ha'I!

: :' '; Assault with attempt to murder. Defendant ons, harness'and all ,kinds vehicles. ; Ing and I leasing timbered lands and therein set forth. of the person company or corporationby VII. The names and places of be the fire lmit which ha'''! >IH>
4 11 found guilty. the buying and selling of all kinds of other real estate; owning and operat. Given under my hand and seal official whom made and the brand by residence' of the subscribing Incor- known as the fre : Crai-aem.

; !, State of Florida vs. John Polite. turpentine tools and implements; the ing tramroads; owning and operating this 2nd day of March A. D. which, or under which it is made. Be porators., together with the amount of tog at the point intersection' ''is,

; .l. .',. Assault with attempt to murder. Defendant acquiring! purchase holding and selling steamboats, tugs bargeS, schooners 1906. it further provided that when con- capital stock subscribed for by each center of Hickory and Pmun
,$, : found guilty. of real estate, both improved and and other vessels; acting as agents (Seal) J. H.; WILLIFORD. tfensed milk or evaporated cream' be are. as follows: street; thence Est along the teflT"f

p ,. State of Florida vs. Albert Owens. unimproved; the acting as agent for for others in doing any of the acts N. P. Colquitt Co., Ga. sold "from cans or packages npt W. W. Watson, residing at Pens of Hickory a pont ont mm

5- --'. : Assault with attempt to murder. D- other corporations, firms, associationsand and thing3 herein mentioned, and doing ., hemetically sealed, that the vendor cola, Florida 110 shares. died and fifty ((150)) feet "Easi ot .'
pI.. :t fendant found not guiltv. individuals, in doing any and all all other acts and things incidental State of Georgia shall brand or l la.be such cans or C. W. Parker, residing at Pensa Eastern line of Tarragona s'"'-

.' '. State of Florida vs. Marshal Bever of the things herein mentioned; to do and profitable to said business. Pulaski County. packages with the name of the manu cola. Florida, 70 shares.E. thence North along a line pas' ,

I!. .\ ,",:;., l ly. Breaking and entering with attempt all other acts and things usual necesSary 3. Before the subscriber a Notary facturer of the milk therein. L. Reese residing at Pensacc: with Jhe Eastern line of Tarra-, '
; :. :r! to commit misdemeanor. Defendant convenient or incident to the conducting The amount of capital stock shall Public J. P. Peacock, personally appeared Sectioq 3. That any person, com Florida, 70 shares. II street to a point in the cente
; $V :Si found guilty. of any of the above mentioned be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND U. G. Pace and John H. Pace pany or corporation violating any provision W. W. WATSON, Wright street; thence West along
: *j>' State of Florida vs. J. S. Maloy. business. DOLLARS (500000.00, divided into Known to me to be the individuals: of this ordinance shall on conviction C. W. PARK center of Wright street to the ce-
i .1Mt- )1 urder. On trial. 3 shares of One Hundred Dollars described by'said names, and acknowl- be subject to,a fine not exceeding E. L. of Tarragona street; thence NU.U

t 5, Following is a list of the Jurors at The amount of capital stock shall ($100,00)) .l"&ch'-and, shaU be payablein edged that they executed the foregoing twenty-five dollars or in defaultof I along the center of Tarragona s.
*
I i' .; this. term: Be ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND cash upon the call of the directors. Instrument for tbe uses and purposes the payment of said fine an imprisonment State of ,Florida to a point one hundred and n'
Grand Jurors. DOLLARS (100000.00, divided into 4. therein set forth. not exceeding thirty days. Cunt.y of Escambia. ((150) feet North of the Northof :>.
I Franklin B. Gentry foreman; David shares of One Hundred Dollars The said corporation shall exist for Given under my hand and seal offi Section 4. That all ordinancesand me personally appeared W. Wright street; thence West not.
($100.-
.il::. '. T. Williams, J. E. Burnham, L. T. IIIq. 00) each. and shall be payable in cash nfn9t ..nine ((99)) years from the date cal! this 6th day of March A. D. 1906. parts of ordinances in conflict W. Watson, C. W. Parker and E. L a line parallel with the North liu- I

-<.:, .' note. J. H. Tompkins. F. W. Jerni- rail Of 'the directors. of granting Letters Patent to it. (Seal.) J. P. ''PEACOCK.N. herewith be and the same are hereby Reese, who are all and eacn of them I' Wright street to a point two but
: upon 5. P. P. C. Ga. repealed. wel known to me and known to be (200) feet West the West nlalafox ..
Johnson
1 Kan E. F. Jackson fj. Griffith o
4,11 .. 4
: t. J. G. Ellis Jr., Jno. Bonifay, Garrett The business shall be conducted bya An Ordinance to: be entitled: An Passed: March 14, 1906. persona name in and who subscribed street; then South alon -
: Booker, J. D. C. Newton.; Jno. S. Nowling. The said corporation shall exist for board of directors, said board to be Ordinance to'extend and change the Approved: March 15. 1906. their naies to the foregoingaricles line parallel with the West Im,,
... ninety-nine .((99)) years from the date composed of not less than nine nor CHAS. H. BLISS of Incorraton. and Palafox street to a point one hiiwn '
: | : J. C. ,Stewart .J. L. Barahill. W. Letters lines of that portion of Church Street
i (; S. Stevens. J. W. Franklin! J. C. John- of granting Patent to it. more than thirteen directors, as provided lying between Jefferson Street and Mayor, City of Pensacola. oknowledged te-y to and fifty ((150)) feet North 01 :e

:.k.. i-i': : .,;n.. ... 5 by the by-laws; president' two Commendencia Street. Attest: C. E. )MERRITT antf executed the *for tho uses. North line of Chase street awl <
-- JurorS' !The business shall be conducted bya 0:- more vice-presidents, as providedby City Clerk. and purposes therein expressed.In and fifty ((150) feet! tt -.
: .* :; Petit \iBe it Ordained by the Mayor and witness whereof I t hundre
:, .... ?" C. C. Culpepper, Dave Rivenbark, II. board of not less than three nor the by-laws; a secretarytreasurerand Council of the City of Pensacola: : ARTICLES INCORPORATION OF hand and official hereunt 23rd; the West line of Palafox .
.; "'- more than seven directors as provided an assistant secretarytreasurer.The my thence West along a line PJ,'
.. :,1 C. Barnes. Perry Helms J. H. Diamond Section 1. That the lines of that WATSON PARKER & REESE day of )March A. D. 1906. I ,
iS by the by-laws, a president, one directors shall be elected annuallyat with the North line of Chas -">
4, : C.V.. Brown. P. D. Franklin portion of Church Street which lie be- COMPANY. R. POPE REESE,
!&il ; t$ \\'m. Ates. B. A. Lee. E. A. Cooper R. or more vice presidents as providedby the meeting of the stockholders to tween Jefferson Street and Commen Notice is Notary Public State of Florida at a pint one hundred and fif'' 3"
the by-laws, a secretary and treas be held on the third Wednesday in hereby given that the Undersigned f est of the West line 01 'I
".'..14 1.. j....'. i:. Fleming. G F. Sanders. urer. The office of vice president and \January of each >year and the officers dencia Street shall be and the same will apply to the HonorableN. Lrge. My, commission expires the street; thence South along a in- '

,', J.- "t., treasurer may be held by one and shall be elected by the board of directors are hereby extended and changed as B. Broward.. Governor of the State :7th day of September, 1908. aBel with the West line t-
.:}rI: For Impaired at follows to-wit: The Northern line of cf Florida, on the 24th of 0.,
: {iC an Appetite. the same person. The directors shall a meeting to be held on the said of Church Street shall begin day April, An Ordinance relating to the numbering street to the center of
i ;tTh:5-: j' Loss of appetite always results from be elected anuually, at the meeting of same day. Until the first election, J- portion A. D., 1906, for letters patent incorporating of houses: street; thence East along 0->i .
.1f .t j'' faulty digestion. All that is needed the stockholders to be held on the R. Saunders 'shall be President; J. G. at a point on the Eastern line of the Watson Parker & Reese tile it Ordained by the Major and of Hickory street to the pop
;: few doses of Chamberlain's Pace ana1 C. II. Barnes Vice-presi Jefferson Street at the Southwest Corner Company under the following pro
i!t4t f Is a Stomach third Wednesday in 'January and the Council of the City of Pensacola: ginning.
: :: dents and J. L. Head of lot "A thence run Easterly at 'posed1 charter the original of whichis ..
.4H4 : and Liver Tablets. They will in officers shall be elected by the boardof Secretary- Section 1. That all Section 2 That all o %'
--;t1--; vlgorate the stomach, strengthen thet't directors at a meeting held on the Treasurer and D. R. Saunders assist- right angles to said Eastern line of now on file in the office of the occupying, houses persons in the ownIng City and parts of ordinancein lfl'' '
ant Secretary-Treasurer and J. R. Jefferson Street the distance of Two Secretary of State of the State of or
.''+J' : digestion and give :you an appetite ; herewith the at "'
same day. Until the first election R. of Pensacola, and the'agents of such be and same
\ .i44;_.: like a wolf These"" Tablets also actS1 F. Mitchell} shall} be President John Saunders, J. G. iPaoe. J. H. Pace, R. F. Hundred and oriy ((240)) feet, thencerun Florida. repealed.
'S ; hereby required to
persons are number -
Mitchell C. II. John A. Soul here and parallel with the W. W. WATSON *
't' as a gentle laxative. For sale by all II. Pace Vice President and Treasurer Barnes Section 3. That this .j*: -
!. druggists. Ewing, (J. B. Newton,: J. H. Smith- Eastern line of Jefferson Street to the C. W. PARKER, their respective houses in conformity :
: (: : shall take effect immediatIts
J. J. Halloran Secretary and J. R.
; ; with the provisions of Article
wick. W. C. Vereen, W. H. Barber North line of Church Street. E. L. REESE.
1' )'. Saunders J. G. Pace John II. Pace R. and Buckner Chipley shall constitutethe The Southern line of said portion of 2. Chapter' 9, of the Code of Ordi-- passage March and appro\'al.
'4 4j F. Mitchell and R. E. L. McCaskill Board of Directors. Church Street shall begin at a pointon PROPOSED CHARTER OF WATSON -nances of 1902; and any such owner Passed 28. >
.
4' ;" March 29 1906CHAS.
TPNTPTtF5 teat shall constitute the Board of Direc- Approved ,
; ;b.': 1 W 00 11 IrS users of morphine, b. the Eastern line of Jefferson Street PARKER & REESE or occupant thereof who shall fail to H. P
i 1 opium, laudanum, tors. The of indebtednessto COMPANY.The so number their houses or to change
:;;-9 highest amount Forty ((40)) feet South of the South. MERRITT '! ,
C.
i s,, (; eitxirofopiam.eoeilneor whiskera- 6 which the corporation can at any west Corner of lot "A," thence run undersigned hereby associate their number, I wrong after being E ,

I ,,1 it f..1 Or. large book of par The highest amount of indebtedness time subject itself shall 't>s One Million Easterly at right angles to the Eastern themselves together for the purposeof notified s to do by the Bard of Pub ClerkFORECLOSURE
:,5.!\ I IU M I tlcularsoohomeor to which the corporation can at Dollars ($1,000,00000)). line of Jefferson Street the distance becoming incorporated and foiLi- lic Works, shall upon

'Vt-14.; sanatorium ment. Address treat-,Dr. any time subjecf itself, shall be ONE 7. of Two Hundred ((200) feet, ing a corporation under and by virtueof punished by a fine not exceeding Ten SALE

i ,,' .' AND B. H. WOOLLET HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS The names residences and amounts: thence run Southerly and parallel the laws of the State of Florida ($1000) Dollars or by imprisonment NOTICE IS HEREBV ClVI .t

-tOo Cure Atlanta IMN.PlTorSt.. (100000.00). subscribed for by each subscriber, areas with the Eastern line of Jefferson with and under the following proposed not exceeding Ten ((10)) days, or by by virtue of a decree of foi i

':.'- 4 oorrt&o. 7 follows: Street the distance of Forty ((40)) feet charter. both such fine and imprisonment in and sale made and enteied l b "' -
; ,,'C!, 0--- The names, residences and amounts J. R. Saunders Pensacola Fla., thence run at right angles to said line 1. The name of this corporationshall the discretion of the Recorder. cuit Court of the First ju,1)-'ts i>
C" .' subscribed for by each subscriber areas 1,000 shares, $100,000.00. be Watson, Parker & Reese Section 2. That this ordinance .*
Easterly to the Western line of Com sal cuit of Florida, in and foiE <1'
t t" bvc7. c::' cxiDk follows: J. G. Pace, Pensacola Fla., 250 mendencia Street. Company, and its business shall be take effect Thirty ((30) days afer Is county on the 10th da\ of M*"- *-
R. F. Mitchell Pensacola, Fla., 100 shares ,2500000. Section 2. That all Ordinances and conducted in the City of Pensacola in passage. D. 1906 in a certain .catis'1 1!'

III '. :, All kinds that you want. shares, 1000000. :J. H. Pace Pensacola Fla., 250 parts of Ordinances in conflict here- the State of Florida, and in other Section 3. That all ordinances, cery, wherein A. A. Fishes r"
: John H. Pace Pensacola Fla.. 100 shares. 2500000. with be. and the same are hereby re cities of America and in foreign and parts of ordinances, in conflict plainant and C. J. Kenni-v "I" '.
shares, $10,000.00. .11_. F. Mitchell. Pensacola Fla. 250 countries whenever con herewith be and .
; ;i. pealed. necessary or the same are hereby I Mas.tpix.", .:ned .
PINE J. R. Saunders Pensacola Fla., 100 sharers 2500000. Section. \enient. The principal office of this repealed. dant. wl. as Special
OAK AND 3. That this Ordinance Court for that > f 'I
.... .';, shares, 110.00000. C. H. Barnes, Jasksonville, Fla., 250 shall take effect immediately after its ('orporation'shall be in the City of: Passe March 14, 1906. by the '!1"I.m1. r
f" at i
public outcry at
'11
J. G. Pace Pensacola, Fla. 100 shares 2500000. PeIl acola. County of Escambia and March' 15. '1906. *
\ r3i4 than you can buy passage and approval. -. house door in the city 'f'u'Escambia
cheaper
i shares. 1000000. John A. Ewing Lumberton Miss., State of Florida. CHAS. H. BLISS. lt ,
'? f. ::1 It anywhere. Any size you R. E. L. McCaskill Freeport Fla., 100 shares. $10,00000.\) Passed March 14, 1906. II. The general! nature-of business C. E. MERRITT, Mayor. County. Fa.11'i "
Approved :March 1906. ,
'. 1ji 1 want. 100) shares. 1000000. \J. H. Smithwick, Pensacola Fla. 100 15. to be transacted by said corporation II the 2nd day of April. I 1:1": < .
i'..:* it t IN WITNESS WHEREOF the be- shares, 1000000.' CHAS. H. BLISS.C. han be to buy.sell, handle, manufacture Clerk the hours of 11 o'clock I. "Il.

t. ,' I;,, .E i: G SEWELL ; fore mentioned subscribers have hereunto "'. C. Vereen, :Moultrte Ga., 100 E. MERRITT. Mayor.\ and deal in dry-goods notions' An Ordinance to Prohibit the Sale, o'clock 1). m.. to the nit-'h linu'. .
t'. 1i",1! signed their names. shares $10.00000.W. Clerk. shoes clothing sundries gents' Keeping for Sale, orUse of Dangerous for cash, the following \i'i"' s.

.i..., I R. F. MITCHELLi II. Barber, Moultrie, Ga., 100 AN ORDINANCE fishings, hardware hay, grain fur'j Toys' and, Fire-Works in the uate, lying and l being ,. ", n Qum, ..
'S.-f: ': .- ;-' Phone 614. JOHN H. PACE; shares $10,000.00.Buckner Entitled an Ordinance to establish feed fruits and produce and other: City of Pensacola.Ba hers 51 and 518 South 1 at ....

,..,.'t. ..'.35! J. R. SAUNDERS Chipley Pensacola Fla., an |"'a
< J. G. PACE 150 shares. 1500000. use and control of DeLuna Street agricultural products teas coffees of the City of Pensacola: County, Florida, towit3< ja'"D
I
R. E. L. McCASKlLU;.. J. B, Newton, PoplarviUe :\Miss SOshares. Be It ordained by the Board of Aldermen and spices; to buy, sel. mortgageand Section 1. That it shall be unlawful shooting gallery. Ontis"' "r' a
$3,000.00.;) and Major of the City of lease lands other real for any person, firm or corporation Two gasoline engine Hour ; <,It
; f ?: State of Georgia, D. R. Saunders, Pensacola, Fla. 50 Pensacola! : estate; to act as agents brokers or to sell or keep or expose for sale within One tent The said ""I'I'rty b
Wash Dirt I jtf County of Pulaski. shares. $5,000.00.: Section 1. That the thoroughfare commission merchants in dealing in the City ot Pensacolz, any toy orto'S situated on vacant l lt- d3 .*r

: Before the subscriber a Justice of Total shares.IN between Government Street on the any or all of the commoditiesafore- designated 'and Intende for the South Palafox Sit.r.'f.j. 0"' *

: .. Some laundries not onlyit4 the Peace in and for the said State WITNESS WHEREOF the before South and Intendencia Street on the said; to borrow money and to secur purpose-of exploding! ,any explosive or Main and Cedar StretBfl" ot' 5*.
j :Jt .f' wash the dirt out of a and County, personally appeared J. mentioned subscribers have here- North, running through lots Two Hundred same by the giving of notes, bonds, detonating materials whether at *cost of purchaser. (lO, T1O,

.1:-: i: .."tl.! shirt but pretty nearly G. Pace and John H. Pace, known to unto signed their names. and Seventy Two ((272) and Two mortgages d eds, or other obligs toys be of or kind suc. gan. Special Master. !Omark )
lJI. R. SAUNDERS Hundred and Eighty Seven ((287)) in therefor; to buy sell, or hold
it-:4 .;,v wash the very life out of me to be the individuals describedby tons ly known as toy pistols, or otherwise;
J. G. PACE Block Sixteen ((16)) Old City of and bonds of other companiesor
a '
it We said and acknowledge that or to sell or keep or I'3
names Circuit
.
Jt'l ; use an abundance expose for. sale Escambia
: In County
: ';
: H. PACE. and to receive paymei ,
J. width of Fifteen one-half corporatins;
((15.j)
I U
they executed the foregoing Instrument any fulminating, .
ofSoft detonating of
Chancery
!t' explosive State Florida. In
;; t-r.... R. F.. MITCHELL, to Sixteen ama one-half ((16%) feet. for the capital stock subscribed for of
.
; for the! uses and purposes therein material for use in or'In i'
U--4f : ,. C. H. BARNES, now known as Cushman's Alley or in money or in property at a just I connection ale Thorsen vs. Th unknown
set forth. with, any such toys; or to sell of John McCree am against an!> ftr
Water '. J. A. EWING. Dereache Street, is hereby declared to valuation thereof in the consideration -
t
jt.d: ; ;; Given under my hand' and official S or keep or expose- for sale firecracker in the \\ "
any ties interest
j. H. SMITHWICK, be a street to be known as DeLuna or judgement of the board of directors claiming an
i's1 ".f and Soap signature this;fifth day 'of :March. A. W. C. YEREE.w .'\', Street, and the City hereby assumes ; and generally to exercise or other such fire-works of 43 feet of Arpent lo 57. OlJ.l'(1 '

l. :. D. .1906.GEO.'F .- : H. BARBER. full control of and obligations for the such powers as may be incident or more than three inches in length, or Pensacola. On Monday the 2atn ''.
-Lf Let us call for your wash. : ftENDRICKS, J. P.. BUCKNER CHIPLEY maintenance and use of the same asa convenient to the proper conduct of one half Inch In diameter or any such of May A. D. 1906. the defendam( .
; : t" (Seal) 386th Dist. G. M. P. C. J. B.' NEWTON. street the busineSs of said corratin. and fire-works charged with any. fulminating required to appear to the bill fl

,D. SAUNDERS. Section 2. That in consideration to have. exercise enjoy the detonating "or explosive ma against. them herein. 'Ibis ordtlN
'! J': f The Star Steam State of Florida. of the assent of the persons now own- rights, powers and privileges incidentto teria1 capable of makin-g greater be published once each wee _,

p" I County of Escambia. State of Florida ing the soil of the said alley that it corporations organized and exist I than a fire-cracker three inches twelve ((12) con.secutl'peks LiiPensacola : .;
; Laundry. Before the subscriber a Notary County of Escambia. shall become a street and of their ing under and by virtue of the laws in length or one-hal inch in diameter Journal, a >s'

'\, Public in 'anJ for the said State and Before the subscriber a Notary promise to immediately pave ,the of the State of Florida.III. charged with gun powder lished in said Escambia'! Count'f"

; '.t.. !7 E. Sardan st. Phon. 114. County, personally appeared R. F. Public in and for'sa d State and same either with virtified brick or The amount of capital stock Section :. That it shal be 'unlawful M. McMillan. Clerk Circuit t-'oun

J. 'l' 11"t 11"-.... PensecolL:41I FIn.I Mitchell and J. R. Saunders known to County, personally appeared J. R.Saunaters .. concrete base with a hard finish with of said corporation shall be twenty- for any person disharge or LL G. Aymard. D. C. Pensacola / "

L\ me to be the individuals described by D. R Saunders; R. F a slant to the center where there :will five thousand dollars ,(25000.00. di-. explode in o, upon any street u Feb. 22. 1906, 2tebaWt

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Power to Close Contract Have Prevailed A triumph in sugar making. Which Will Take Partin tanS tong rns respected b1..h!: gbb&
h 1 5a. solid case of wash tiesin During April Pure white sparkling pieces, Night, tfflu and.was'kn Mil: $ E' '

all thenew materials With Him. for this Period.The with in- no waste or' dirt. Put up :' Coming Campaign. t4i'P.O na. S tlen"of.;.._'untb.hflr'taxu. '-- DRINK

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'. FIVE POUND BOXES AT 50c. -' BARS MEN FROM.BUSINESS

ayor. 25 centsand T. Chalkley Hatton. of Wilmington, following data, covering a per We have just received a fresh i The political pot was started boil-

DeL. has been selected by the city as iod of twenty-six years, has been com lot of i iI ing last night.! There were two meetings We read of the business man who falls from prosperity ta ruin loses his family and
- englneer-in- hief of all improvementwork friends and the onlr ambition left is to be admitted to the"poor bouse." "Or1ak"Itiven
piled from records at Pensacola and I J JI and while one has not yet announced as the cause of his condition."
ecog. which Is to be done in Pensa
I AT 30c Lb. !
POTATO CHIPS
, shows the conditions that have its candidate it is known Drink has conquered the strongest intellects the brxre hearts and the noblest
prevailed
As cola, for which purpose the issue natures. Jtsainesa competition baa become so keen that only mm of steadfast habit
!Seers of $300,000 in bonds was made. here during the month of April] i iI that at au early date such will be can expect to succeed. No" illpowernon earth can heal the inflamed stomach: membranes
Pea. centsCome I is expected. burned out by alcohol. The craTing for drink is a disea..e brought on by continnal -
50 The council came to this decision for this period. The information, done and a lively fight indulgence in alcoholic stimulants and requires treatment.
Beard's Friends Meet.
yesterday at when an adjourned
noon however, must be construed
not as a
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and meeting was held. Mayor Bliss John S. Beard for Escambia coun- OrrincNo. One No. 2

lautivo in and see the presided and Aldermen Baars. Hays, forecast of what mal occur during ROSENAU&GERELDS. ty's next senator in the legislature of I In powder form I In pill form and

Maura Muldon, Reilly Watson,, the coming month: Florida Is the slogan of that gentle- tasteless and odorless oalNElE I should be take;
II ac- selection to. man's friends and supporters who ,can be given by those willing
. elegent Wright and Yonge were present.The Mean or normal temperature, 67 do last without the to be cured !.
greoany the first matter to receive oonsid The Fancy Grocers held an enthusiastic meeting knowledge of the convenient fore
r t day. they are prettiest grees. night in the city and effected an organization to be carried uORRINE
eratlon was a report from the finance .. coffeeorfood.Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit
:, or shownin .: The warmest month was that oi. for the purpose of advanc- vest pocbt.
line ever committee to the effect that a communication
loyeapro. had been received from 1882. with an average of 71 d?grees:' Phone 391. Pensacola. ing his candidacy for this important is the only sure and esarrur3.: for the liquor habit. No losseS
time or absence from No sanitarium i treatment necessary.
of the county
. Pensacola. Blount & Blount stating that one 01 The coldest month was that of 1D01 position. All parts well Mailed in plain sealed wrapper on receipt of price. Writ. for complete treatise on
rans- their clients held two bonds of ?:>0': with an average of 63 degrees. were said to be represented as How to Cure Drunkenness," (sealed) free. THE ORRINE COMPANY, 1NO.
rrar.t this meeting. Washington, D.
the city at
as
of ;) anc The highest temperature was 92 de C.Cure
T by each of the issue 1859-1860. It is propose that their candidate Effected or Money Refunded.
otherper.: asked that a settlement be made. The grees on April 29th. 1887. shall visit and address the voters in A Registered Guarantee in every bell Price of either farm $1.00 per Sos
. matter was referred back to th The lowest temperature was 34 degrees of the county on tha ; OR RIME is sold in every city by the leadingdruifgist.: bold in this city by *
precinct
':>le I finance committee to consult with th< on April' 5th, 1891. NEGRO CONVICT many every weighty questions to come before

*. or MTHIESEH city attorney and arrange for a settlement The earliest date on which firsikilling" the legislature and as Mr Beard WHITE'S PHARMACY
frost occurred In autumn
herelance- doubt ,
there is
i Is a brilliant orator no
i Employed Engineer.The November. 12th.. but these matters will be well pre
'cia-- -I matter of employing an engineer Average late on which first "killing" sented. 106 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. .

a> Us to conduct the work incident to frost occurred in autmn, December MAKES HISESCAPE Young Men Organize. -

the improvements to be made, was 5th. that whIchas
Another meeting was Fine lot of Diamonds at exc ediRgl1.D.amonds' ,
PANAMAS then brought Up. and discussed at Average date on hich last "killing" \\ held by a large number of young low prices for a few days only. Ask
. length. The proposition of T. Chalk- frost occurred in spring February 23. men in the hall of the Knights of to see them.

;. CLEANED. BLEACHED, REBANDED ley Hatton to do all engineering work, The latest date on which last "kill- Columbus, and organized what is to .
ola.I BY EXPERT WORKMEN. I draw all plans, furnish superintendents ing" frost occurred in spring, April G. be known as the Young Men's Democratic J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.

at Wagenheim's Cigar engineers etc., for 5 per cent. Precipitation. Club of Escambia County. The; -- --
e3ve Hats 32 S. Palafox.Cotfc of the total amount expended was the Average for the month 3.08 inches. object of the organization, it is statedis -
Store only one before the counciL: The Average number of days with .01 oi to strive for cleaner and purer .

161Code Board of Bond trustees who were an inch or more, 6. politics.The Letter Box Files 25 and 50 cents.
present, recommended that this proposition The greatest monthly prcipitation :: Will Jones Sent to Convict Campsfor meeting was enthusiastic In ,
Pen. ; ;Droll be accepted, asIr.. Hatton was 7.45 inches in 1901. every respect and the various points
was not only an experienced engineer, The least monthly precipitation was affecting the future of the organizaton These are Indexed and with them the office man may file away
PHOTOGRAPHS. is Now
FINE Burglary at at length and etc. alphabetically so they may be found at
and but one who had a reputation at stake 0.10 inches in 1903. were discussed his bills letters ,
la. Pensacola. Fla. and could be depended upon to see The greatest amount of precipitation thp club promises to be a strong one. a mome'nt's notice. They save time. Time Is money

. Ar- --- -- -- that the city secured full value for its recorded in any 24 consecutive .Large. The followln officers were elected:

,le of OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDSNew money. hours was: 3.50 inches on April 12th -- .President-W. A. Dunham. C1oe's :Eloo] .s1ore.I'ho. ; .
.. and 13th. 1901. Vice-Presldent-Ernest Baars. -
the
acolaendel Alderman moved that
Yonge
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Stock--Only the Best. recommendation of the trustees toe The greatest amount of snowfall recorded Will Jones, a negro convict and' 'Secretary-E. 3!. Frater. ... 235. 213 South Pal fox Street Penaacola

W A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox! St. adopted. There was more talk, and I in any 24 consecutive hours known as one of the boldest as well Treasurer-Ed. Gale Quina.A .

shall several objections were made. These I (record extending to winter of 188483 as most shrewd burglars ever to number of committees were appointee -
-- and increase

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all be.nenc were overcome however and the motion -' only) was 0 inches on 1-. operate in Pensacola has made his to look after by-laws, the
TURTON & BELL. I membership and
. was carried unanimously. Clouds and Weather. from the convict of the
I escape camps to enlist quite a large
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. irembers hope
If tho moved to reconsider Average:::; number of clear days 13;
Maura
Alderman
week's meeting.If NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
I for Amateurs. Varn Bros. & Co., and is now at large I umber before next !
I.laoxenter Kodak Supplies. Finishing the resolution passed at the last partly cloudy days, 11; cloudy days, 6.
Jones Is the who rolled the
Wind. negro
: relative to the city depository -
-- meeting
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, hun ''The prevailing winds have been home of Alex. Zellus last year, and in I it Is a bilious attack take Cham- ...., ,..... .
R. K. WHITE, for the bond money. As it now berlain's Stomach and ILver Tablets L. W. tlWre/VCe, ProprietorV 0 .aat M St P 36.
this he detected and sufficient
,f the from the southwest. was
bank I
national can
stands but a
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate none evidence gathered by the officers to and a quick cure is certain. For sale -- .
treet: ; secure the deposits and the aldermen The average hourly velocity of the 1
30 S. PaLates Street. Pensacola. Fia.Tersely conviction. lie by all druggists.
rallrligona Optician desired to have this changed and the wind is 10.2. secure his was sentenced -

_H I bond money pro rated according to The highest velocity of the wind' to a term of fix years In the

' er of the capital stock of the bank Tile was 57 miles from the west on April convict camp'and had not served one Put them in before the FLIES and
19 the Told 20th, 1893. : year when he made his escape. It 's Aids to napplne SCREENS!I
cent.rXorth; motion Alderman was lost.Muldon moved that the believed that he was also mixed UI in I Cultivate the habit of detecting the MOSQUITOES get into your house.

c'ty' attorney furnish the franchise A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec a number of other roUboris! but evidence -I' possibilities for good In things and people I We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. I
street could not be secured sufficient also the habit of letting people
I ;
of Pen- committee with a copy of the charter tion to Chamberlain's Cough I of BRICK now on hand.
R.
fifty Inn Weekly formerly Escambla Electric to warrant his arrest upon the charge. know how much you like them It Supply
under which the
::1 line ;a.-ola.. but now of Foshee is In their Light Co. is operating and also their Remedy."I The negro made his escape Yf>st<>r-, makes The world- a pleasant place.- Phone 1 H. G. I DeSILVA & CO

alon; "- .' schedule of rates. The motion pre can heartily and conscientiously day morning shortly after the men had Woman's Life. .........,v ..............................................................'UUL'V
ne of J. A. Crews representing the Jack- vailed. recommend Chamberlain's Cough been placed at work in the bwamp.I ...

maTedine w nv 11 Times-Union was in the city ; After some routine business the Remedy for affections the throat He saw a good opportunity when the Ills S laeme.CreditorCan't --- .
of jesrerdat. adjourned.TO and lungs.: says Hon John Shenick, guard's attention was diverted and!
council
me some-
<)ng A 220 So. Peoria St., Chicago. "Two made a run for it, plunging Into the you pay
of .I I R. Glasgow, of Mobile is in the thlug on account of that bill you owe
.ne years ago tfuring a political campaignI thick swamp, which prevented the
rl!! business trip. lie CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ? Debtor-How much do you want? BLUFF SPRINGS I
idredthe : ((-day on a caught cold after being overheated, guard from firing upon him. The me
{ wptj leave: for Mobile Sunday. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine If which irritated my throat and I was course taken by the negro was through Creditor-I'd like enough to meet the
Tablets. Druggists refund it
money
doneWest W II. Britten of Florala a promi- fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature finally compelled to stop as I could water and mud. wh"i.ch evidently fees of a lawyer to sue you for the bal

an' business man of that place. is is on each box. 25c. not speak loud. In my extremity a caused him to sink above his knees: ance. Special to The Journal.
reet: friend advised me to use Chamberlain's with each step. The blood hounds I
business visit.
short
IB luf city on a Bluff Springs, Mar 30. Spring
rallcl Cough Remedy. I took two followed the trail for about four miles, Bark.. work i Is well under in this vi-
10 I E. and I W. Graves of DeFim- that afternoon and could not ,. class In natural history being way
eel Vitality *t C FOK' Heart. ses when a drove of wild hogs began chas- Th cinity. Gardens are being plantea",
f i(30Hen( > !ak.. naval: stores operators are in thee believe senses when I found thenext between anda
There is no living creature, accordingto my ing them causing thom to loose the asked the difference a dog and farm work is going on generally.
: II on business connected. with that a Philadelphia surgeon. that has a morning the Jnflamation had trail. tree, the head boy answered, "A tree The Florida flowers are very pretty Food odors will positively

e par- iadustrv.fc: heart with so ranch vitality as a frog largely subsided. I took several doses S Is covered with bark while a dog seemsto and the bees are getting busy. not mix In an
ivlenkorv right on talking
"ll B. Britten of Lake City. ot especially the species commonly knownas that campaign oay.kept and I thank this throughthe medicine Champion Liniment for RheumatismChas. be lined with It." .Miss Alma Cawthorn is making

'?nterr the! rural free delivery service Is In the water frog. It ,la generally that I won my seat in the Coun Drake a mail carrier at Chap- preparations for the teacher's exam- AUTOMATIC Refrigera
Inville. Conn., says: "Chamberlain'sPain in June.Y'e wish her suc
iratioa
)r be- tIecity -business connectedwith I known that the aquatic frog will survive cil." This remedy is for sale by all tor.
In dapartmentMrs. Balm is the champion of all lini- cess.
months after the hind legs
for druggists. -
m nts. The past year I was troubleda Mr. Rhet Stanton has moved back
nceaiflict W. H. Sikes of Red Springs, Lave been removed. Of course! lie can great deal with rheumatism in my here to resume his old position in G. That point ALONE

X r., and Mrs. E. R. Rod-well, of Flora not hop about as he could before losing: JEFF DAVIS HAS shoulder. After trying several cures .., R. Stanton's store. ought to settle the ques-
reby : were among the lady visitors In his principal means of transit but his the storekeeper here recommendec. Mr. J. Patterson from Montgomery,

Pmsacola yesterday. tore legs help him to crawl wherever this remedy and it completely cured visited his cousins Mr. and Mrs J. ., tion, oughtn't it?

ante1)o:1 The friends of John C. Brosnaham he desires to go. Wh TI began to learn 2,000 MAJORITY me." There is no use of anyone suffering A most wonderful remedy for M. Fillingim last week.It .
of from that painful ailment when is rumored that Bluff Springs
dissection
I made a special bronchial affections.
1"1' be learn that he is still surgery
sorry to
this liniment can be obtained for a will soon lose one of her fairest
rai&ned:! to his hue with rheumatism. a frog one day. I laid the various parts By Associated Press small sum. One application gives Free from opium. in boxes only. daughters.We .

.. H. was taken ill about' a week since. of the body on a table and discoveredthat Little Rock. Mar. 30.-With practically prompt relief and its continued use fora would like to hear from Prof.

:). Kts A. B. Hemingway, of Rich. I life was extinct within a few complete returns from 62 out of short time will produce a permanentcure. --- -- -- -- Allen again as we are very much interested -

ror. !rand: Va., arrived in the city Thurs- I hours In every organ except the heart. 75 counties Governor Jefferson Davis For sale by all druggists B in his writings.

fa night having been called here The heart showed valvular motion fora has a majority of 2.072 over Senator COfFEE John Fillingim spent a day at -

the serious Illness of her mother (lay after It had been severed entirely James H. Berry for the nomina- i home last week. ,
Mrs S. C. Bonifay. The many friendsof from the body. I am not aware that Von for United States senator. Sen- QUARTERMASTEROF 'Miss I.ula Cawthorn is visiting

that Mrs. .)nltay will be pleased to any other creature's heart Is possessedof ator Berry declined today to say any- friends at Century this week. i

sure i warn that her condition Is much improved such vitality,-Philadelphia Tele- thing of the result. Many counties PLANT'S YACHT We are the Pioneer .Mr. and Mrs Will Bryant their parentsMr. from
iClr- tomorrow will have an official can- Mississippi are visiting ce41oii
Le graph. _ -- Coffee Roasters of and Mrs. Bryant.A .
,1 Cir- Southern Hotel arrivals: S. V. vass. crowd of young people are anticipating -

mbia Coles. New York; Fred Ausfleld, Hammer --- ----- -------- FREEMAN BAZZELL, FORMERLYOF West Florida.McKUGH'S a fine time at the fish-fry on 107 SOUTH PALArOX STWCETPENSACOLA
ch 1han. Montgomery, Ala; H. Ilandly. Mobile Hammers are represented on the Escambia river next Saturday.

*'a.: P. E. West. 'Mobile, Ala.; A I?. monuments of Egypt twenty centuries Petermants Roach Food. THUS CITY. HAS A LUCRATIVE G. R. Stanton's mill '.* shut downon

coniefen- Hardee Milton, Fla.; R. J. McDavid, before our era. They greatly resem- account of shortage of hand's. 'U -
Dothan. Ala. B. New Or. POSITION.The BLENDS Miss Nipe and her
: Murray. bled the hammers now in use. save that The principal,
. oint- lealliJ.: Terj-, Tampa, Fla.; D. B. there were no claws on the back for A Boon to Housekeepers. assistants of School Xo. 9, are making
;e.i sell Starp: Jacksonrllle; G. G. Tatiner, hammer preparations for an exhibition
The first
the extraction of uails.:
court3coa. Ikrn K. Fowler, San Francisco, CaL! in following from the Jacksonville next month. We wish them success.
held
- Mr and Mrs. Rube Shields San Fran- was undoubtedly a stone Times-Union of Thursday, will be have no equal. A trial We do think that some of the parents '"
) day. *;.co. Cal. the hand. Claw hammers were Invented II the of this communlyt should take
read with interest here by the friendsof will convince connoisseur
.tw nand some time during the middle ages. Freeman Bazzell formerly of this!! more Interest in the public school, THE WEDD1NOI I
2 The Champion: Barrancas baseball Illuminated manuscripts of the eleventh I that we and send their children.
am has issued challenge to with city: I
dder a any century represent carpenters chief -
"Freeman Bazzell quartermaster make extravagant
sit- seball team in the city for games Hammers are of allsizes no
y, claw hammers. of the yacht Venetla, which arrived -I
auinreet- \I oe played on any Sunday. Thishallt'nge from the dainty Instrumentsused in port yesterday afternoon, is a I claims. r-: CAKE IVlll I
;t has been accepted for one which weigh less William
the Jeweler Commodore
late
by of the
Qme The most improved method to free a house son
:J.mbiLtentt'd: by a picked team from this city to the gigantic .U roaches in Pensacola Bar Pilots .\ be the finest ever It
: than half an ounce, of large or sm to use the content Bazzell, of the !:!
1"t'h is to be played tomorrow after- establishments of a box of "Peterman'B Roach Food"at one Wholesale and RetailIGROCERS
o" an. *oa on the Barrancas diamond. A hammer of shipbuilding time. hake it on joints .. eome of it will Association. you have us bake}, it.
<.0.1 some of which weigh as much as fifty penetrate a.d remain to keep the! premises "Mr. Bazzell will lave the Venetia I
Ifles.clnS' game is anticipated as the Pen- force of from continuously free. Boactea rat it as food; it Lathe in Jacksonville today on account oi
> ; 'i'lato! >s intend getting the stronger tons and have a falling most destructive remedy on this earth to
st cftween players possible for the first con- !K) to 100. Every trade has Its own them and it will not scatter them to other news received from Pensacola an. Ice CreamIn
pl ('tt!' to live and multiply. nouncing the Illness cf a member of
t..SI
It.
> of the season. hammer and its own way of using ,.BEDBUOS-MPeterm&n'.Discovt'I'Y"(quicksilver
..f sa'eMoi! )-Bedbugs take it his family. j and all kinds of Feed Fancy
Dd it ever occur to you that the up in the cireulafonwfcen "The crew of the Venetia consists of
*am pages one Of the most interesting Legend of Sambnr! Lake. going over where eight sailors three engineers, one ice Stuffs.Pluto .
-Z731ourt. One of the features: of Jeypore, in In- It is brushed on lightly. Moulds
atures oilers two firemen
of the
modern ? two
newspaper It'a invaluable brushed plant man.
"Jn reading the "wants" each day dia, is the wonderful Sambur salt lake, .t on beds when apart.and two coal passers and one electrician.

to! a while. Get the "want" habit- concerning which there I I. a curious on mouldings back of picture, etc. f :"'wilrDot "The yacht Is 310 feet long, has a Furnished in any quantityand

., An- rite habit just as smoking or gum legend. The story runs that an old rust or harm furniture tonnage of 580 net tons, her beam is' WaterWholesale flavor for banquets
'helP} chew: ng is a habit Once you get the fakir long ago told one of the rajahs or bedding. Odorless 51 feet and sh3 draw: 14% feet. The
net
11 par- :jabit vou will read the want page that If he wanted to be rich be should Peter and man's poisonous.Di' OTery" (liquid in flexible ship will go from Jacksonville to Char dinners or entertainment,:

Vest Llaty:! for you will find romance and' ride a horse as far as he could go with- handy cans for cracks, wall*. mattresses.etc. leston for a stay of several days, prob-

1 t y of humOr; with an occasional glimpse of out once looking back and the land as Odorless' nonexploalva.PeUrman'B Ant Food"-A strong powderto ably sailing' tomorrow morning." and Retail. of whatever nature.

:h dafsare l'2ge.1).concealed in those little lines. far as! he could travel would) become a kill and drive away ants:also water Wtl ea
; 'fbt' Want! page breathes human nterfsl he did or black beetle in one night. A Safe Cough Medicine for ChildrenIn
provided
field of silver
always "Peterman's Rat-Monte Food makes rats
.
file1r even though ;you must oftentimes not turn. lIe rod! for thirty miles i or mice wild. :they will Jean and not return. buying a cough medicine for chil- New Orleans Grocery Co.
t3 read between the lines to find it. I him he Take no!other, ai time may be even more dren ne'ver be afraid to buy Chamber. Kitchen Cafe
overcoming Kandy
and then curiosity than .Ia..lble Eacase.Jlnka
ek frThe important money. lain's Remedy. There i it no
: looked back, with the result that In- OrlJ l1&t.t In 1>7.. Perfected in 1**by Cough _Boaster claim* "that ne oev
In Wm. Pet ChemwtM.M. danger from it and relief Is ah8)8sure
f'bi.'ilil
r flarf1i initiation extract contains stead of the premised field.of silver be .W V9 lath plan 8*Mfr.,.New York Oty. to follow. It is especially valu- Jas. McHugh breaks his word. thf. right KM Uxflexibte. I 104 Palafox, Phone 999lTHE
I
: Wlnks-I guesS
ingredients Ask London. .Montreal P.Q-
.1Irt. your gro- Eng
found lake ot'eaI. and
y. t' for Glue Ribbon Vanilla a Sold by all druggUta in Pensacola and able for colds croup whooping t Proprietor. .
or Abso- 105.
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'' may be raised to ten cents per acre! its of the drainage district which baa ttr'-exclaimed--Edith.. -"OhTl'm:" so sor If you are suffering from impure b '

it the board wishes, even if his l tend! been set apart.: The individuals who thin blood, debility, er-i
nervousness
I ibe: lenafola Jj nfnll can never be drained or if it be own the other halt are taxed to drain ry.-"Fortunately: our friend decided not m T n/sr mustion, you should begin at one;'l"ith i

worthless after drainage.If this havingto pa>j for the drainage of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla
He
Is valuable for the twice to trust the picture to the mails. yoj
his land cypress as much land as they own. have known all I IONE
.
life.
'. .t': timber on it an..' this would Where any body of men are clothed merely wrote to tell you .that it was your Your doctor I
: ...,. is taxed to misdeed and D:: knows it, too.' Ask him til about it. I
r: be killed by drainage he with arbitrary* powers they ban safe; that he regretted his o tcs Wi Save...eaet*, Wcpbffsb
: ; -t DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. destroy its value. unlimited opportunities for favoritism that he would return It by messenger." : tile f.la!,._'.11_! ;L ZC4er.. I
Directly or indirectly, the state an!}' graft. Such opportunitiesexist Edith sank back In her chair doubly :
y.: PUBLISHED EVERYMORNING EXCEPT MONDAY own about half the swamp, over under the act creating the relieved in mind.
..4v flowed and alluvial lands in the Jim"NOXSE."SE Drainage Commission. there's nothing here -- -
...BY... "Thank: goodness,
'
<" 5*. that I must hide from Donald: OPERA HOUSE Political.Annguncgmgnts.

; ; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ,o<;..&.>..t.va;:'<<.v lI':'.'U.<<'<:>);'"...,.c..it'"....,., ..... 7'.,''.! ,' ..".". .v"''''lI,:'>>.... .'.',-lI-crlt':!1'U,,'.,'.". ".'..., .. -''. 7l-- Mrs. Lockwood smiled with an air of t
H ;t* almost Infinite wisdom mingled! with RATES.

1k the Journal's Daily Short Story I pity. NIGHT- ONLY! The rates for political
annoue-
; March 31
FRANK L. "Mr. Hardy's letter has not come, Saturdaday. ments
MAYES, President and General Manage. Ii not exceeding 8 lines, ; ;

?.: -: : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "- aid she. -Undoubtedly It las been MELVILLE B. RAYMOND till the primary of May 15, are ,0:as _._ X* lost In the mall Will you say so to CARTOON, COMEDY lows:

., ". MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED' PRESS. I 11! The Perilous Path of DipOJJ10CY'I | Donald?" The Daily Journal.$1 0.00

.<=. .1 - __ "Why notrBecause Buster BrownWith The Weekly Journal. .
I k child he will not be- .. a.M
BY HOWARD fl my
FlELDlNG.t and
I the Original New York Cast These rates
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of are strictly cash
.Pce you. The Incident Is possible, In df.:

One Ycar.$5 00 One Month.... ... .......... 45 (|;! Copyright 1903( by Charles W. Hooks. | I course, but In real life it very, very Production. vance inserted and or no run announcement under w.,,.:! Qe

: I Six Mouths................ 2 50 One Week.. ... ....... ... 10. j *'i -y.* #*** a ; H*' iI'l i M.1HE$ rarely happens. Remember, Donald MASTER GABRIELAmerica's .. any othditions eOt-:
.: Three Months.. .... ....... 1 2S Weekly Edition: per year.l OC I does not know that you know what ho
Most Talented Toy Come
--
knows. Do follow me?
you
For Tax
: dian as Buster. County Assessor.
... dear" said Mrs. "In "You mean that if I knew that he I will be
candidate
Tho Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed my short, be knows that Nat HardyIs SEE RAYMOND'S SCOTCHFU.SILEERS a for i>'aim: a.
"You can't tell the a scasap." said :Mrs. Lock-wood, "ami knew for certain that Mr. Hardy had tion to the office of County Tax As SIo,.

;.I Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. a man. It has been be wonders hew you could ever Saveloved written to me I' should tell the truth, sor, in the Democratic Primarv 0V u}4..
.... but otherwise I might take the easy 15. I respectfully ask
-- tried and has always failed.?' him. Well, there was a time A Tremendous Sensation in all the your '>UJIPJrt.,
1. "' I' when I I Bourse and deny having received a Metropolitan Cities. W, W RH.\r.a.! :
afraid couldn't
108 and 110 East "But why, auntie-wfcy? Honestly was you and .
: Offices. Papers Sale Trains J letter -
on on ? ..
now I'm -- ,
I I mighty glad you didn't andtheres PRICES 25c to $1.50. .
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. 'I I don't understand it at all. I.haven'ta an end of it." I "rrecisely.nd you mu tn't do It I Curtain 8 o'clock sharp. For Tax Collector.

dearer wash in the wend than to be "I wish there were an end of: it," re- tell you. Edith that this trifling matter Seats on Sale Tuesday at noon. I hereby announce myselt A ca:1df.:

absolutely truthful to Donald. I've turuQ J Edith, "but there isn't. Last Is a bomb loaded with destruction.I date. for re-election to the oftilIf

I nothing to fib about except the fact evening Donald asked me if I bad re- have noticed a change in Donald's Tax Collector for Escaanbia const
'PEXs.COL.FLOIUDA., SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH :31. 1906 at the primary to be held on M. ij"
vr*: that I'm a fibber, and I might as well ceived a letter from Mr. Hardy, and. manner of late. lIe has been a bit ,
1906. I solicit
I your vote.
;r,..4. .'. )1- tell the truth about that, because he of course, I said ui>. Then I saw Don I chilly to me, and that's a fact And Cake andChicken Respectfully,

,:.t ..' A Legislature of General. Without them he is par\ knows it already. lIe catches me at it ald's eyes wander for an instant to my when a man turns the cold rtioulc"or toward J. S. ROBEIfs i

:.... Jf ,- tially disarmed; losing of them all the time." ring, and toat meant that he didn't believe the matchmaker it means that
any -
$1: ", j Newspaper Men. me. 1 must tell you that we've I the match la in danger." Salad Sale
tr the enemy Is counted to be a humiliating "That's your own fault Edith, said For Representative.
made treaty, as he calls it. When he 'Donald loves me," said the girL
:t41"-; The Tampa Tribune after noting reverse, apt to nullify a the elder woman. "You must learn to I am a candidate for member K! ''.-,?
asks me anything by the sign of the "But he doesn't fully trust you. So of
I House
:; .. '1.;, with gratification, that a number of whole plan of campaign. do it better." Representatives fro :J e*
:.r \" ring I'm to answer the exact truth much you have made clear to mc. cambia County, subject to th<
; ?%. ;.. newspaper men are offering them- Big Stores" must be equipped with Her tone revealed sincere sympathy. SALE ?
"Goodness, how did he happen to I '1 have thought that if I could really cratic Primary. I earnestly...
:j', { t. eclves as candidates for the next "Advertising Artillery," of long range There: was a heartiness in this admonition make such a request as tha JT I be what he wishes me to be, if In great the support of the voters of ttit! Ja.t

:.',: }": i legislature asks the question: and quick-firing. S which made It truly diabolicaL "I'd fibbed about so many little things or small I could speak always ...at... ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN: a
j
9 :-:: "Why not a legislature ot newspaper The little, store, like the companyof Edith looked quickly into Mrs. Lock- things. You see, I love him so much the whole truth"- -

;r.. : :anen?" It then proceeds to argue the soldiers, may get along' with little I :wood's eyes, Instinctively expecting to that I can't help saying what I think I "Nonsense, my dear; charming child- ROSENAU & GERELDS J For County Treasurer.
t ." ads. if will please him." i Ish nonsense! Now listen to me." And I will be a candidate in the icao-'
in
follows they placed "longrange"
: {point as : are see some of: her own sense of sin reflected
-fl1 I Mrs. Lockwood laughed with great iMrs. Lockwood expanded at considerable cratic primary of May 15 for re-aoaj.
The Tribune believes that a legislature mediums. there but no such revelation
nation to the office of
enjoyment and then suddenly became I length her wretched gospel of deception Saturday March 31 count trosmer.
/t' with a majority of representatives A "bigger store," like a regiment, came. The support of all democrat. .1
serious. and the end of it set forth
S of the press of Florida, daily I upon
must have some display spacesomefield "Donald Is so utterly truthful!" said be appreciated. '
f.- : and weekly would go on record as "This matter of the Hardy letter is a concrete evidence. By the I
\ 1t 1 the very best legislature whose services guns, for offence and defence.A Edith. different business," said she. "I guess "Remember," she concluded, with a J. ED. WILLIAMS

4 '. the state of Florida over enjoyed "still-bigger-ttore," like a Brig- Mrs. Lockwood: glanced over her you'd better tell him the truth." shrewd eye on the girl, "that you are Ladies'of the Gadsden St.

;'" The newspaper men of Florida comjxjse ade, must carry "bigger guns," must shoulder at the girl and smiled in away "But I tIit auntie," Edith protested."I doing this for hIs own good and for the
.
S $ *' no" small part of its "bone and expand its display advertising from not quite so agreeable as before a haven't seen any such letter" eternal salvation of'his peace of mind.I DIRECTORY

-.5- Finew.; As a general rule, in every inches Into columns.A time. "In our dealings with the sterner say 'eternal because: It's the only Methodist Church
town cynical smile this
city or in Florida it is the
S sex" responded Mrs. 1 ekwood, "we word for married life. It's so long, so
55 .e .... newspaper men who are first In advocacy really "BIG" store, like an Army "Now auntie," protested the girl, must always remember that the truthIs very long." And she indulged In the Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.
S of good enterprises and good 'Division, must carry the "biggest "you mustn't try to destroy my faithIn Joppa Lodge No. 6 I. O. O. F,
least little at the of her
not necessarily a statement of the yawn memory :
;movements an. last at the bier of ," must whole for : meets every Tuesday evening: at 7J:!
S. these movements and enterprises guns use pages him. facts; it is something that the man will own. THE: GREAT FOX o'clock at Rafford Hall W-M Garth

& '.." when they expire. The newspaper "broadsides," and must make its ad "Far, far from It," said Mrs. Lock- believe. This philosophy should be There intervened some hours. EvenIng St. Vislticg brethren are cordiall> in

; man can usually detect a fraud and vertising Its "Mailed fist" for competition wood, "You couldn't make a better taught in every girls' school; it Is more : came. Clocks which were a fad vited. .

,: :: '-t-: 'recognizes a virtue quicker than other and its "gloved hand" for match, and It It's broken off while Important than cookery to* the American -I of Mrs. Lockwood's: were calling 9 from T. II. FLEETWOOD, N. U.

t&S : ..';t, men. lie Is trained, by his constant patrons. you're living In my house it won't be : home. Kutifo return to our text room to room of the house. Edith bad set J. W. GINGLES Sec.
: contact with all .classes of life, to distinguish I'm of the opinton that Donald has reason I her resolution, liko a species of alarm 3ljan6m.
fault. Is he of: Nat
5- my jealous hlardyl""Oh
between the good and the to believe tfiatOfat Hardy has sent cone for this hour, and when all the
,
It Army officers .explain that the no not jealous. And yet of
f lie "size up" Individual ; I
: t fwviL can an
t you a letter. If he goes over to see Mr. Clocks were still she looked up at Don- Pensacola
No. 3 K. P.
Lodge of
(
... ;t or a project in much less time than Pulajanes, whom they are Indus- course, he knows that I received Mr. ,
Hardy frequently he may have seen Aid who was standing before her and
meets
Monday evening 41 8
i ::> the average citizen. With a legislature triously chasing on the Island of Sa- Hardy's attentions and that some people every
the letter that gentleman's desk.? said
S on : o'clock at their temporary Castle 11.U
of few bits of
: '_'.. fraudulent newspaper or evil men legislation would mar, are really ,Visayanes who have thought I was engaged to him." "You don't mean to Imply that Don "You remember the little photographthat over Pou stable, W. Intendenua: &:
"gone wrong." This explanation is "Confound the fellow! said Mrs. "
: set through the lawmaking body. The aid would' t lost? Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.!
S -
S lobby would be without occupation. probably preliminary to the announcement Lockwood, with a calm and steady ear- "Read It? ;.Of course not unless "Yes," said he, with thesmillest possible J. A. lCRKP A TRiCK, C C.

f s !Scandalvould be few and far between that the aforesaid Puli- nestness that gave: ber'mild expletivethe through some accident But one sees a start of surprise. II. HORSLER K. of R. & S

: and only wholesome measures jane have been sent in the right 'direction value of an oath. "And yet I favored name on an envelope .at a single "'\.ell, I've found it" Visible and I InvisibleTYPEWRITERS

4 would recevvej' favorable com4lderaS with rifle bullets. him at the time., I thought him glance.?' "You have found it?" be said slowly. Ratnbone Lodge :N.

tion. The Tribune would like to seethe your best chance.: I never dreamed "If Donald,saw u letter for me in Mr. "I mean that I know where it is. Mr. 30, K. of P., meets even!
.l 4447:5: experiment tried In Florida. It that Donald Ainsworth was a possi- Hardy's officewhy didn't he tell me so Hardy has it" I have for sale'and rent at all times, Thursday evening at 8 o

; Jt' 'a v;' would like to see a newspaper man John D. celebrated the arrival of bility. lIe always had a great notion straight Wit?* said Edith. "It's not "Indeed! Have you seen him?' any of the following. makes o'clock in their tem Ora.,
: U3: a candidate for the legislature in that new grandson by advancing the FOXUNDERWOOD Castle Hall, over Pou si>
of blue blood, and while is well ""
yours like him to make: a mystery of such a. .Xo. she answered, shifting her look
I 5 every count j. Two conspicuous examples price of oil half a cent a gallon. enough In its way, there's none of it thing." from his face to his tie. ble, W. Intendencia street:
: of the sort of material that SMITH Visiting knights are co*
-24". :..: the newspaper profession In Florida remaining except in your own veins. "lIe had a-flaan's. e'uriosity to know "Perhaps Mrs. Lockwood""Oh FOY-SCHOLES dial'y: welcomed.
... 4 Perkins is under arrest, but the fellow Your family on both sides of the houseIs whether would admit no; she hasn't seen him either.
could furnish to the legislature are : you: receivingthe BLICKENSDERFERAlso I J. D. KIRK. C. C.
: t I" .-'. :' afforded by the avowed candidacies of that captured 'the spoils is still only a tradition." letter. The circumstance is odd I have bad a letter from bin." good second hand machines always C. J. LEVY. K. of K. & S.Meetings.
ct t. 1 'on. C. L.: Bittinger.. editor of the at large. "*If m, father and mother had lived," enough to grouse*tiis interest Why He was much surprised, but Edith

'. S ';'- Ocala Star, and Hon. H. :A. B. McKenzie said Edith, "I should have been a bet- should Nat' HaOy'be writing to you? did not know it btcaueejshe was now on hand of tie

rl: '.i : editor of the Palatka Times- The political talkfest Is about due ter girl. You know how I was reared.I I'm sure I cgtftt gttess, and I'd very looking at a cuff of his coat I WILL TAKE YOUR OLD Knights of Coiumboi!

1 r': !'l-, ', Herald for this office. Both -will be to begin in Escambia county. try not to be bitter about it, but"- much like to.find.out.!' "Yes," she went on In a voice not MACHINE IN EXCHANGEFOR are held at their can,

.t. .f-, electee/, and Florida will l be the gainer "Apropos of truth telling," said Mrs. "Of coune..L.asked.rim. why he sup- quite steady. "He wrote to say that he A NEW ONE. No.. 8 West Intenaw-
Phone 380.
:: by their services In its halls of A tct Lockwood. with amusement, "the conditions had taken It, not knowing how much I cia street, on every
$t I' :;' legislation. Mr. Bittinger Is one of posed that inJghJt; gesoch a communi Corner Government and DeLuna Sts.F. .
were not Ideal. Your foster valued it nor why It was especially Monday evening at
cation. mtth. "and be said
), ,' ? the most progressive, honest, enterprising responded 7:30 .
1 .., S .i.j and far-sighted citizens of ANOTHER CRACK AT mother was a nervous wreck, and you that he fanfc&fc that 'Mr.\ Hardy might precious. He apologized humbly and B. BRUCEA o'clock.In.:

.,.1 "yI ; ; ;Florida Mr McKenrie is a veteran GOVERNOR BROWARD. lied to her as an act of mercy. It wasa have gomettunfe: to tell me. His man promised to send it back to me at to visiting Knights.vitatlon is eiteudcl

;;!4 1l 4 ;;: ;t.a In the upbuilding of Florida, although *: rule of the household. And your foster 'ner was aa< $*Qe thought I should be once." GENTLiMAN'S'TASTE IS BEST JOHN B. JON'ES.

S.. K 4 ',' :lie has never yet aspired to public & Jacksonville Times-Union. father was a nagging crank: to pleased, as IT there were some surpriseIn "Perhaps he ha; already done so," EDM.: FOX. Grand Knight!

tlt I!;.:--r,. office. His services to Democracy be- whom you dared not tell the truth unless store for mg. I was so puzzled thatI Bald Donald after a brief pause. SUITED WITH A Recorder.

hr4. ;i( Kan 1n reconstruction days. Marion 1 you were quite sure that it would didn't care top-ask any more questions "No, he hasn't; but I'm sure he will
:'t,'it ,, and Putnam counties will discredit suit him. Ob, I knew my brother and ." What made you think be had?"
I it ; themselves If they fall to elect these The Times-Union has discussed CERTIFIED CHECK Daughters of Rebekah.
his wife: So the "As I
of In
I from age four until was removing my overcoat Naomi
Sj t-\ two gentlemen to the legislature. the usel5ness of draining the Ever "We must-:inoTr more about this, Lodge, No. 10, Paupbtrr: ol
,'", you were mercifully orphaned a second the hall a few minutes ago," he answered
';*''l'.L; Florida needs men of their caliber, glades at present the fact that In her Bald Mrs. Ebckwood, with decision. 5c CIGAR. Rebekah meets every Mond.11I' 1J1
S ;\ i.:' their ability. their experience, their present sparsely settled condition time and came to me you had "Tact and a telephone ought to help "I happened to displace a tray at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F hail' vist-

r.t.t'l! unfaltering honesty, in Its public ser Florida needs more people rather small use for the virtue of veracity. us."' upon a table. There wa an envelope 'All the qualities of ha roe,aroma Ing sisters cordially invited to b. pre*

,;.;iI V11 vice. Let's have, all over Florida, an than more land, the uncertainty of And I have never insisted upon it "You are going to ask Mr. Hardy? under It addressed to you In Mr. color and goo material eat

S \. r! S uprising as it were, of the press success in the undertaking and the But why repine? The matter Is of no I'm afraid Donald wouldn't like that." Hardy's writing. It was probably forgotten embodied In It. MRS. B R WTTKOVSia,

l'J't: "boys" for seats in the legislature. fact that money was more needed for consequence. Prevarication la a wom "Donald will never know anything by the sel'Tanto; whom the A. Gree hut & Co. MISS WILLIE KEXDRICK, Set

:r"" if t. other purposes.; All this was on gen an's natural weapon." about It my dear," answered Mrs. postman handed it In. I will get It"He ,

kII?Ay'; For a man who doesn't want a eral discussing lines. We the did act not under feel the needof Edith's pretty childish face was wrinkled Lockwood.She went out Into the hull, leaving he DISTRIBUTORS M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first til

'.)1 't, 1 third term Mr. Roosevelt keeps pretty -preparations for drainage are contin-which -or perhaps'dimpled would be the was absent from the room about rigid and staring. Before she could PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. third Wednesday evening at J ;3d( j.

(' 1.ff f busy, politically.pi u'ng, for we supposed the decision of better word-with a deeply studious at- ten minutes, and when she returned her form a coher Hit thought he had returned --- -- m.. Rafford Hall, No 10, We* Jaua-!

4rpS.' S '" i"' 4 4fl.l 'I the court as to this act would be respected tention. She believed that Mrs. Lock- I face disclosed the self complacency of and had put an unopened letter Into PIANOS BY MAIL. dencia street

\tl : and that its enforcement justified pride."I her hand. A. Q. FELL Prei

1 ;it {; The Importance would be suspended: until a final decision hare the whole affair at my fin "If you would care to read it now" We don't mean shipping! you the J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
piano, or organ, if like mail
you by
,
-
!I" of the question was reached. gers' cnC said she. "Do you remember he said and crossed to the piano, upon
: H' of Large Space. Itut the with but we do mean that through correspondence Pensacola No. 4 L I. 0. 0. F
iJf governor a character that nttle photograph of yourself which he began to play softly. sell Lodge ,

:; "T''I'I : Do all merchants realize the Importance istic defiance of law, is proceeding taken at the Interesting age of three Edith glanced once- at him, then tore of Instruments we quite, as a our large standIng number Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0" P,
S ""il.. the co.iection of taxes from meets every Thursaaj- tlne at *
.:'\, It' r f of adequate space for their those who have not found shelter behind years? You were greatly grieved by open the envelope. It contained, of and responsibility Is well known at the new hall on West Cornea: !
1 ennouncements? Its loss. I heard you tell Donald of the course, the delayed communication tbroughoutWest Florida and South
; 1'I4 1 J"t ihe decision of the United street. Visiting brethren ror..I11' !
\ 'V; In a battle not more than one inS Statti Court so the law becomes a inexplicable mystery" of its disappearance. from Nathaniel Hardy. And she had ern Alabama. We'll fee glad to an- Invited. E. GREENBLATT
'J' 4 vital -." already told Donald what was in it! swer any Inquiries about the lianoor
S '!i' 'L' a hundred rifle shots Is effective. Theother matter to the email tax pajers. J. NEVILLE Secretary.W. .
S :'..... It is safe to say that no law ever "Well, what could I say? DonalJ "Oh, yes yes!" she said in a choked organ question.
L ;1'-' ninety-nine bullets "find their
enacted gave to any man or body of wanted to( see it and I couldn't tell him voice. "Just a note to ask If I'd received CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
1j. : ji ;lliets, of course but they do not 0. W.
\ .
; men such as this law the other You I hadn't Pensacola Fla.
power gives to that I suspected Mr. Hardy of stealingIt see, acknowledged -
;i' : reach human targets. a drainage commission. To begin That would have made him angry." It" Live Oak Camp No. 1, Vf 0. W.
\ ,, nut *wlth the -that Is with it fixes -- -- meets In Pythian Hall 1st and vJ
\ ,\ artillery a no time for going Into 1 "Your suspicions, my dear were entirely He turned toward her, and their eyes
;; ;t; :..; different story. The big twelve-inch effect The Drainage Commissioncan correct," said Mrs. Lockwood."Mr. encountered. She could not withdrawhers NEW YORKCLIPP'ER Wednesdays In each month. Visitlnj!
proceed to its sovereigns cordially in dtec!.
i. S t-t.: :. guns do not always find their marks, at once next carry'Week out, next month provisions -, Hardy has the picture and Don though his glance was unendurable :F. A. BOGHICH. C. C

).Jri.tH: .: but If the gunners have found the next :year or never. aId saw it in his apartments on Mon- to her. Slowly she advanced toward LESLIE E. BROOKS C!*rk.

;o.! range the majority of shells do deadly It fixes no limit to the drainage ;districts day evening" him and put the open letter into I

.;: tk work-either In wiping out whole they may establish. They may Edith gave a little cry of surpriseand his hand. Woodman's circle.

H c':1t-: : columns of men; In destorying opposing establish one, ten, fifty or five hun Hf' alarm. "Why did you tell me that you had IS THE GREATEST W. O. W. C., OaJ Irove. v< 4,

t1 artillery or in demoralizing dred.:: It fixes no limits to the size "Auntie, you don't suppose that Donald receives this?" he asked. "By the ring Woodmen Circle me<>tsv : ;' rnur

',t.....1. t =) the of these districts.*. A district may embrace thought I had given Mr. Hardy Edith; answer" by the ring." THEATRICAL SHOW PAPERIN day 3 p. m.. 2d 1 floor! Py'-h.an Hall ow
\ enemy.The
; ';4k-t: one acre, one township or the that picture and had told a falsehood "I was afraid you wouldn't believeme THE WORLD. Pou's stable, on Intend"streiu" !! '
.' t moral force of a big advertisement entire state and cut 'lav -t
they can those about it?" ," she whispered. Visiting sovereigns cord allv
: j-t Is as great as that of a bigt:1 districts up Into subdistricts $4,00 Per Year. Guardian: Mr'M. .
4 "Be tranquil my child Donald "How did you know what was In It? Single Copy, (10 Cts. Mrs. J.eonLangford.: ;

,;,,1't"r.l t or alluvial lands shall be
S \ ':, h, A "Company" of soldiers may beit taxed. Such lands in the sections set I for him. Seeing the picture there and "Auntie talked to him by telephone." SAMPLE COPY FREE. -

: 11.1. :. adequately armed for ordinary service err as drainage districts must be taxed Iir having beard your story, be was nat- lIe rose and walked away from her,. !Zeautfr Yo4r Jlomg'ontkI

... ,:._"- with rifles only-if the rifles areS but s.Ineetbe board has unlimited urally In a difficult position, from then slowly returned."It .. FRANK.QUEEN PUB. CO.(ltd),

; r11t54! modern and of long range. power in fixing the limits of the 1TBS. LOCKWOOD GLANCE eva mmSHOCIiDCB which he extricated himself handsome seems to me," he said, "that we ALBERT ii4.ssGA.J BOKIE. 47W.SSru PUBLISHERS bTZiLWTO5r, ;.
drainage districts it include ATVTHB G1BL. ly. lIe mentioned to Mr. Hardy to "
A if may any merely have come a moment of decision.
1it1'l'j.' A:!tt Regiment, operating Independently of such lands it sees fit and leave out (wood knew the world and all Its ways. that you valued the picture highly be- She looked Into his face, speechlesswith '$f( rrWOk
} in actual service must needs wishes I
1. any to leave out
S Everybody said she was a very brilliant cause the memorandum upon the back grief and terror. '
"i'4:;; have at least a few "field guns," It puts no limit to the length of of card mother's hand .
tl woman, yet it .s'as-often hard to the was in your This can't go on, he said. "We WHERE THE JOURNAL II
I time
drainage taxes
S ... t JP perhaps' some breech-loading, rapid-I They be may be imposed. understand what she meant Of course and happened to be the only bit of must plan anew." CAN BE FOUND. (

4rJ-J : ; ; fire "three-pounders." I ten or may fifty.It imposed one year or she didn't really believe that lying was writing that remained to you, whereupon "Oh, Dcoald, she walled "I will nev- it .

;, t ."Jot .-'{ A Brigade, Isolated from its base,I IIf leaves no option to the Individual ,right She wasa good ;woman, whose Nat Hardy had a remarkable impulse er, never"- The Pensacola. Journal Is on ,7'ctor'el 2'-f-cI
1'; ,ffl at least I life to (' right. Quite a miracle as "Ifs not a time for ft sale at the following places In )
: trust carry a small Artillery as to whether his land shall be! was without!reproach so far as It promises, be In- "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE
'.i ti.tf: : Corps equipped with field guns large taxed or not. If he prefers to leave: was.known to this'unsophisticated: and it seems to,me. He confessed that he terrupted gently; "it's a time for ac the city: IN THE WORLD"

if & to fortified it as it is the state deprives him of: affectionate.girl ofltwenty'summers. had thoughtlessly filched the picture tion. I must take you away trom here. Bay Hotel this superb!
I' enough "pound" a enemy, ft Coe's Book Store. Ask: newsdealer for
:r. : the use to which he desires to put It "In regard to Mr. Hardy'"'said Edith because was so quaint and pretty Tomorrow Will you marry me tomorrow your does not handle '
If he
f or to cover an offensive movement orS *: Depot New Stand, magazine.
and makes him
pay for being ticpnved. and that-hewould'send it back to "
t's
-.t i' very'annoying that&DonaJd has to ? itGcno *3 ok' Store, V send us his name and address witbyO5'name
retreat .
a
; see him so often. They.are'obliged to you with humble.apology immediately. She burst into uncontrollable tears. Hotel Escambia. 4 and address and loc. for samp't'

: : s An Army Division In hostile country It matter. not whether the Individual consult together because.some of their While Donald was looking over "Poor little girl!" he whispered, with Merchants Hotel. E copy. Regular price 250.thu lentUi:1:
own land
; (can move only as fast as "big drained. Under the which can be clients are'mixed up In the' same"law some legal'papers Nat wrote a letter the 'uttermost tenderness. "You've Southern Hotel. ,. # paper.
present rate Im-
( Suns" can be transported-for the big posed he Is taxed five cents per acre:. case. And Donald'does not like-that j l to you, and he mailed it next morning." never bad a chance; never, never a fair Thompson's Bock Store. 'i* Burr Publishing Company

fljItuns are the "mailed fist" of a Major- as long as the bn"j' Wiiil ._:"And. it's lost. and 'l eDigture..with chance.., I must change aU"that1* 4 Weit 224 Street cw 1'orll. CitJ

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::1. ROYAL Baking Chattanooga, Tenn., Mar. 30.-The
new industries cstablshed: in the south
L&W \
1 and ; during the week ending today are _
Powder is indispensable shown by the following list compiledby
a.IY The Tradesman. It will be observ

ed that there are several conspicuously -

" to the preparatasty Iarg3 investments, among them be- H
't.
ing a $600,000 cotton mill in Missouri;

... a $250,000 power plant in North Caro-
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tion of the finest .r an
lina; a $3,000.00(1( development company -
not biscUit.rolls a $1,000,000 silk mill and an
::1.f cake hot-breads electric light plant in Oklahoma; a3iiOOOO I
$ fertilizer: works in South
Carolina; a $60,000 compress in Tex-
and muffins.No as; and a $1,300,000 steel mill in West
Virginia. The Tradesman's industriallist
for the week is as follows:
Alabama.
other baking powder equals it in Huntsville-Ice factory.
Gantt--Marble! works.

j strength purity and wholesomeness. Montgomery-$50,000 land company.
,
1- Gadsden-Railway, light and power
). company.Tuscumlbia.
t -$50,000 !building and
ROYAL HAS 110 SUBSTITUTE loan company.

\ Biglbee-$20,000 mill company.

I)0 Mobile\ -$200,000 mill company. ,

Vinegar Bend Shingle' and lath .
mill. i

I.r)0I. ROYAL BAKING. POWDER CO., NEW YORK Dolhan, -$10,000 Arkansas.variety works.

11A (Ladd-$50,000 land and gin com- *

....... .. pany.
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Little Rock-$300,000 soapstoneand

refectories manufacturing; com LOOK FOR TIllS TRADE-MARK: ON EVERY BOTTLE

RO USED TO THE pany.
, Lonoke-$60,000 rice mill.

Fort Smith-$100,000 lumber com o Wh
pany. 'Duffy':; Pure Malt iskey .

Waldron-$20,000) lumber company;
.', CONDITION Of telephone company.

10 plant.Eureka Springs-Electric light N. GOLDRING, Distributer.

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Brooksville-Electric light :'plant; Charlotte-$125,000: metal supply I 5110.000 land company; $30,000 land I I .
oJ. J JAPAN y ice factory; r'm and spoke factory. company. company; $10,000 ware house com Nick's Buffet and
-' Ularianna-Electric light plant.Starke Hickory-$230,000; power plant. pany. I
t3 ..t.'yrol -$10,000 building and loan \Vilmington-Bag factory. \fBrenham-$60.000 cotton compress. Restaurant
company. Statesvi'.Ie! -$23,000 knitting mill; Sweetwater-120,000 hardware company
. l tos ..l\lInneola-Sa infl. lass factory. .
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.g Ja'cksonvilIe-lOOOO lumber com.I' Oklahoma. Dallas-510,000 Iron an metal com 1a the only place of Its
America Aid the '
Giving Freely to
U pany. Lawton $3,000,000 development pany; J25.000 lumber company. Lind in Pensacola intact
t. Georqia. I coinpony; creamery; gas company. Godley-flo.OOO mill and elevator it is
Starving People in the i iv's. sS Columbus$ OOOO paper mill. Guthrie $1,000,000 development company.

de.. Cartersvill-Electric light plant. company; 50,000 mill and elevator El Paso-$50OuO fuel company. A Pride to
Island Empire. 1>> __ J a Waycross**-$100.000 gas plant. company. San Antonio$ OOOO lumber' com
Atlanta! -Medic'ne factory; $50,000 Enid$20,000 flouring mill. pany.

investment company. Norman-$8.000 laundry. Ranger-515,000 lumber company. Pensacola.Larger.
J. Pew months ago we could scarce-
Augusta'-$22,000 steamboat corn Mustang$ OOO() oil and gas com AVaco-510,000 electrical supply
1 t\ wait for the papers to be printed 'j
pany. pany. company. cities cannot
10 to know what vicms
f-Ker were we -
-, "Send us food, or we die!" Indian Territory. Sayre-Elcctr'c 1'ght plant. Ballinjrer-Telephone' system. boast of a better equipped
<>: < .1al1:1nas doing now we
.MU awakened to the appalling fact A scene in a Japan es:. famine cottage. :Muskogee'm.tre light plant; Oklahoma City-$1,000,000 silk com Mabank$:>,OOO telephone system. place. The service is the
at $50,000 oil and gar r company. pany. Virginia. best that can be had.Nick .
c* he b starving and freezing, in
)1'0 .h persons of a million of her pop-:' nection wIth the famine suffer .;rs in throughout the whole empire, thoughin Durant-$100,000: land company. Newkirk-$l .OOO telephone com Crewe-Water works; gas works.
i IF> -i liD' in the north. But we are Japan. You have now raised $10!';I I less degree. Had thU riot been Kentucky.Pikeville$100,000 pan). !(:.1\lexandria-$10 mining com- Apostle Propt'r
.,wakened thoroughly; the typical ('(10. and :you have rendered atry the case, the contributions from na. coal and coke South Carolina. pany. ,
American has no less warmth in his real service to humanity and to the::live sources would have been much company. B'snheim! -Bottl'ng! works. Richands! -510,000 coal mining
"'"art than shrewdness in his brain' cause of International goodwill larger. a Dunnville-Woodworking plant. Columbia-$10,000 bottling works; company. I'I

.e nil his head once convinced of the "TH ODORE ROOSEVELT." Rev. J. 11. Deforest, of the Sendai Louisiana. building and loan company. Richmond-*Dry kiln; $:'0,000 pipe!!,I Ij"J
Iii vason why a generous thing bho'M So constantly comes the question: Missionary Committee, tp whom The Shreveport-$5,000 electrical" supply Charleston-$10,000 electrical; supply works and foundry. PIANOS AND ORGANS. #
I 'p done, his heart immediately j "When will the crisis be reached?" Christian Herald has recently sent company'- company; ,$350,000 fertilizer fac "Wiehle$ OOOO lumber company. # CASH OR EASY TERMS. #
4r 4Y prompts him to .oit. Hence, afterwo i that it seems wise to explain that $13,000 writes under recent date, urging New Orleans-$50,000 contract'ng; tory. 'lwiston-Jo-louring mill. All Piano Work Guaranteed. "
4d months of newspaper publicity,:only with the new harvest in early those intending contributors to company. ::1' Georgetown-$25,000 water works. Milford-Cement back:: : factory # CLUTTER A. RUSHING, &
money for the relief of those wretched -,(September can there come a home I I the Famine Relief Fund who have Lake Providence-$60,000 oil mill. cvUle-$25OOO furniture fac Emporia-Power plant.! i... 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. &
ItI' sufferers in northern Japan is,' supply of food: been waiting for "the supreme moment Mississippi. tory. West Virginia.Minton$25,000 PHONE 476. *
I'J touring from every direction into the Meanwhile, every penny received I ," when the crisis of the famine Shaw-Electric light plant; water Union-$5,000 /brick works. : / development com i' & *

channels which transmit it to the Re-;, is being applied to sustaining life should be reached: to wait no longer. works. Darlirfston-$5,000 storage company. pany. ** *#* *** #* *#* *
iief Committee on the famine field. I with no deduction- whatever for ad I He says: "Xow is the time. I do not Estabuchle: -Hardwood lumber com Mullins\ -$3,000 Investment com- Wes Un'on-$2.">.000 glass:;; factory. -
to The Christian Herald through the ministration not even for cabling the care how the money gets to the pany. PW- Princeton-525,090() hardware com
contributions to its Famine Relief funds, which our State_ Department I I dying people. We will put to spe-iy Gulfport-Sta'nln? and oiling plant. Tennessee.Iemp'hs pany.
,md, has this week forwarded a remittance generously sends .absolutely free and use every cent that comes to us, not Greenwood-$30,000 brick and ti'e'! -$:>OOOO planing mill; 55- Wheeling-525,000 land company;
to the heart of the famin thousands of human beings owe the;( the least fraction of any gift b:Jiiiiii company. 000 stone company; $15,000 artificial 510,000 laundry.
district. which swelled Its total relief first ray of hope which has crusboii i i taken for distribution Every cent Missouri. stone works; $10,000 investment company Charlestown$250,000construction
Jft Jft. cork to date! to the sum of $100,000.i their dark lives for many weeks to''I goes to the poor in the most fitting Portageville=560,000 building and 1 ; $50,000 land company; $30,000saw company.
)ai grarkms recognition of this glow-'j the munificence of the .American peo 1 food. There Is no cost of transportation. loan company.St. mill Charleston-5123.000: coal mining CUTICLESOAP
t.p tip! evidence of the spirit of true, ple. I All that is wanted is money Louis-$50,000 gas machine com Dayton-Chair factory. company.
'mipaihetic+ neighborliness existing I j In all the leading cities of :Japan, When we th'nk of the tens of thou- pany; $300,000 land and lumber company Knoxville-$50,000 warehouse and WiIlilmson-$200OOO coal mining
America toward Japan. President Intense interest in the famine is displayed sandes in this one province :( ll).igl) ; $21,000 development company; elevator company. company.

Koohfivlt immediately) sent the subjoined and the citizens are actively I who are in bitterest want, our small $32,000 mining company; $15ooOlanrJ Greenfield-$5,000; concrete block Berk with Saw mill.Bel'ng1onl..100OOO.
dispatch: supporting the relief work by con- !. mean makes one almost frantic: for company; $100,000 lumber company; factory. steel company.
WaMtmgton. D. C.. Mar. 21, 1906.; tributions. It should be remembedhowever ; its insufficiency" He continues: $10,000 construction company; $:;,000 Rutledge-Furniture factory. Huntington-523,000: : mining and engineering
"Mr U>uis Klopsch: that the whole country has!i[ Two unspeakably bitter months are construction company; $25,000 lumber Pulaskl-$}0OOQ( cotton and grain
1J. The Christian Herald New York.,I Buffered by the war, and that they I[ right before us, with the whole! region company; $500,000 stove works; $100 company company.
J.l' "l. nrough yon The Christian Herald! such disaster to Iwate Miyagi and who help in this terrible extreraiy! Kansas City$75,000 $100,000 woodenware
iron-working $25.000 foundry
*< th<. aitnirable work done in con JI JIIr Fukushima 'provinces has been felt I Rev. W. If. Smart, of St. Stephens's plant; $10,000 land company; $10,00'i l I; factory. ; ; NOT REACH HERE TO' AY

.. manufacturing company; $25.000 land Texas. lion. Geo. E. Foss, chairman of the Reduced from
rnmnanv.. SfiOrt.flftft cotton mill-, hardware SeguinCreamery.Kdox'City$20,000.
---- -"-" ---' .u Committee on Naval Affairs of the

company supply company. House cf Representatives, will not
. WdWb! '' City-$200,000
. system.
minIng company Irene-Telephone
reach here from Washington as was
') ; $500,000 lead and zinc company. :Abilene-$25,000 oil company. expected. It was anticipated that he 60 Cents
Festus-$15,000 brick Saw mill. 0
3 works. Center-
would arrive this morning to Investigate -
1 A Test Will Tell St. Joseph-$60,000 development Yantls$10OOO telephone system. the feasibility of locating a grave
company. Houston-$20,000 bottling works; ing dock at the navy yard.

Joplln-$400,000 mining company.. 'A message: was received yesterday toPer
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North Carolina. from Washington which stated that

What Liquozone Can Do for 'You--and It Is Free. s Durham Palestine-$23.000 flouring milL DO YOU FEEL LIKE THIS? Mr. Foss would not be able' to reach
.. \' -$ :>,OOO brick works. here as expectedAMERICA'S, j
r' Elizabeth City-$30,000 flouring mill. 30 Cents
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Asheville-$23,000 lumber company. -
3 You 'who are 'aitinwe ask you I been made with it. Its J power had been Also most forma or the following: Dallas-$5,000 spindle cotton mill

asain to try Liquozonc; to try it at our : proved,again and.again, in.the most dif- binmach Kidney Troubles Trouhll'S'ompo's Liver Trouble Diseases: Lenoir-$4,600 brick and tile works. LEADINGBREWERY.
fxpense. You'll regret this delay when cult germ diseases. Then \ve offered to Fever Inflammation or c&tarrb-Impure or polo Brevard-$10,000 supply company. Dozen CakesA
you learn what the product means to you. II supply the.first-tottlairee-ia every disease sonvd In nervous blood-' usually debility indicate Llquozone/ a germ acts attack.M a. VtalIzer.accuwpbshlng Roxboro--Cotton mill. !
no as millions have done-stop doubt-: : that required. And over one remarkable results. I
"IK Rive Liquozone a test. Then judge I million dollars have been spent to announce -
C... it liv' results. Germ di..ce.\SeS-and there and fulfill this offer 50c. Bottle Free.If church, Fukushima, write, of the sit I
; :!ry' scores of them call for a germicide."host' I The result is ,that 11,000,000 bottles you need Liquozone,and have never uation in that province, that In manyof atooaPURIflU IS LOCATED IN THE SOUTH. toilet
'rto I are the diseases to which Liquo- have been used, mostly in the past two tried it,please send us this coupon. We the famine sections, a meal known delightful
toL LOUt best applies. Don't cling: blindly years. Today there'are countless cured will then mail you an order on a local as dango is served which consists of TOt'ae This statement is!! based upon the
to old-time remedies, if you don't find ones, scattered everywhere,. to tell what druggist for a full-size bottle, and will almost "anything that can be mixed equipment of the Acme' Brewing Co.,i article which you
i. diem effeetite. Let uj prove the power Liquozone baa done. pay the druggist; ourselves for.-it.This together," and is quite black. On this: -.L located In Macon, Ga. Just onepoint ;:
M the new.VVhat. But so many others'nec3, i If that this is our free gift, made to convince you;; terrible stuff even the children are .. will serve to Illustrate this fact in all i will enjoy and con-
offer is published: stilt In late years,science to let the product itself show you whatit fed. A similar state of things exist its separate phases I
Liquozone Is. has traced scope of diseases to germ can do. In justice to yourself under' in other counties, Mr. Smart, in the Some fcrewieries advertise as the! tinue to use after
attacks. Old remedies do"not apply to accept it today, for it places you course of a journey of 160 miles, Visited most Important feature of their equip-
The ,virtues of Liquozone are derived them. We.wish to show those sick ones no obligations whatever. many villages. A friend had ment the "filtered air" .cjiambars for, have once tried
Solely from gases The formula is sent to -at our cost' what Liquozone can do. Liquozone costs 50c. and SI. placed a few hundred yen (a yea is cooling beer and keeping It free from'. you

each: ever. The process Of making re- forty-nine cents), at his disposal, and A ton's weight on your germs. Compared to Acme methods it.Sol .
d'|nirM: Ivge; apparatus, and from 8 to 14 Where It Applies.These CUT OUT THIS COUPON he 'purposed giving these children a headache that process Is obsolete.! No air, filtered .
'lme- It w directed by chemists hot .meal two or three times a week. abdomen a throbbing or not filtered- should ever be
which
C;\1 the> highest are the diseases in Liquo- FlU It out and miollit to The Uqoozone Com-
class. The object is to BO In theseit Many cases of distressing starvation feet as if manacled and allowed to touch the weTtThe dif-' -
.
I't and tone has been most: employed pany,4oS-46J Wabash Ave., Chicago.ily
combine the gases as to carry in to In were found. In one home a family of forence is that "American
the ball and chain? Queen"
has earned its widestjeputation. ,
system a powerful tonic-germicide. all of these'troublas'we supply the first: disease Ia..............................?.--. seven lay in a one-room shed r n dragging a p I Beer is cooled through a system,,
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el Contact 8eale with Liquozone kills any form bottle tree And in all-:no matter how difficult I Dave never tried IJqixnonc. bat It you will\ straw spread on the bare earth The Sure sign of "Spring fever, of enclosed doable .p1pl g..Itle! inner Cahn & Co.The
gem': because germs are of months supply me a 50c bottle tree I will take It. aged father was a cripple, tha mother
vegetable' origin. Yet to the body Liquo- -we offer each user a two blindThere were three so 'called. A tonic, blood pipes flowing beer.th9-outer. ones carrying .

Zone is not only harmless, but helpful further test.;\without'the! risk of a penny ,...........................-........--..-... grandchildren. Another family young of purifier and liver cleanser is water and ammonia, reducingthe
in! the extreme. That is Its main dis- Asthma OoitrOoot in a hole feet temperature by even stages, and Pure Food Store,
found seven
tllr.t ion, Absceaa o l t seven was need. Our Crane'sSpring the beer from
-AMEJpla what -
protecting
when Common germicides are poison Bronchitis' "uat 'tver-Iofluenu .-.....................................-- by six, and four and a-half feet high, you of infection.! every possibility ',
taken internally. That is why Blood ItaUon L.OrtppBoweLTroubiea lug out by the hillside. A piece of Tonic is just that e touth et Corner Palaf and InUndenda

medicine iteace. has been so helpless in a germ Coughs Colds I Leticorrbea Jtt.iarta-' >thlglw A C ...........................-.....-.- straw matting served for a doo/ All I This is one eampfe of the modern''
Liquozone is vi- 1 bottle.The scientific equipment characteristic[ of
exhilarating, Consumption Piles-Quin T Give full address-_nte plainly. were sick. Thee were samples of
abzln?, purifying disease CoDtaguUS 11lMSM Rheumatism department of the Acme.Brew- Phonesf" 480
; yet no every
:an exist germ t..nc.rf'.aIArtIaacroruta- hll" many similar cases. "Others besides Birthplace, of Prompt Delivery.
in it. lJyaeD\ery-uu-rb. Hl .Repurchased* the American rights to i KiTslpalaaTuro Tub.rcolc r -Liters IsEcxcma Any physician honpUal not yetushai: Lieuaaaoewin state of things writes the good ,. .. Queen" the premier: .- American
aozoae after to gladly far a UL. : '
thousands of tests had, Trvubtetldk7 applied beer.
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"I.' : -- 1 REAL ESTATE The Bonds -

Street $$300,000 ;
'
k' DeLuna .. 1
I BARGAINS for"improvem?!\ purposes have J 1 HOO'TON &4 WATSON

? It Is Easy to Get it Out been sold. There were enough: 1
bidders to have' bought; the entire -, SaccejWJ to Thos. C. Watson! 6 C;.

I $1,500.00 Merchants and, others $750,000. However this '
4 North Hill, in the residence considering! change of be to good' use
lots on money wHl put Real Estate. Rental and Insurance Agency
11 i; $ If you have money in a bank. But if you have your district. This is only:half,'what most location, should see and undoubtedly will increase Leading ,

I money in real estate well located it cannot be fr+ lots In this neighborhood. are selling what we have to offeron the valife of property. Get 110-

tered away in careless spending here and there hut for. the'new street. We busy" with your money, wh'le,
-:4.: can now.'contract to the ground-
4 '.,! itWill I S4.OOO.OO furnish a.store office floor.you can Look get at in what on we have. List t of i Desirable' Property for Sale.

.' Business corner. :2: blocks west of Pal- or building. to suit 10 acres on hard road near Oak- .

*. afox lot 49'by 120 leased at $420 ;your special requirements field .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .500' ,
: Increase in Value : per year. This will 'pay' more than ,, l lease or sal; 3 room cottage, 413 N. 6th.ave, rents $12,500.00--Brick building South ''Palafox street lot extending backto
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8 cent. or the land only for ...
per $ff.OO. ; room to build -another $650 bay/' Rents at' $1200 per annum. .
I $S4.5OO.OO imm date improvement 4 room house No. 701 E. Wright St.,,

every )'ear. If improved, it will 'bring In a good Property, ncrthwest cprner Baylen and our on approval.]lInes subjectto Also near 43x120 depot, rents Zarragossa$10 ..and. .. .Florida $850- $10,500.0P-- story briok'buliidlng.; centrally located
corner
,.. S rate of Interest while the growth in value is like Wright streets, renting for $540 per have an ideal site for Blanca streets.. .. .. .. ..$850 $S,250.0o-Tw story brick building East Government 6tre-t. Rentsat

.. getting money from home. We l Invite you to see year. This pars: ten per cent ndw. large hotel ,4 room dwelling. No. 416 W. Zarra $540 per annum.$3.700.00Deslra.ble -

our list of properties, or write us about this! invest ,,, and in a few years will be business 5 gossa St.:. .. .. .. .'. .....$800 south front corner lot, North Hill, near car line

... ment question.Pensacola property. Will Be As 4 room cottage W. LaRua St., near ..
fo.oIo. ).0'' : NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY REAL R. R. shops .. .. .. .. .. ..$105a 100x150. ,

i. : I I ESTATE. 6 room cottage lot 100x140, fronting $3,600.00-i'sintcb and 2 double new tenement houses on corner, oa
Little Bayou, near electric car, splendid car line.. Splendid renting property bringing $456 per annum.$3,500.00A't .
Good as Palafox. .boatng and fishing, cheap..$1500 i .
; LESLIE E. BROOKS 6 room cottage, No. 1011 E. Jackson this.figure for a short time. 25 lots fronting on Palafox

: : Investment Company St. overlooking the bay. ..$1500 and Baylen streets. A good!: investment
8 house at Fisherville
room, good
204/2 S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. $3,0Oo.00Aylesirab1e one story 6 room dwelling 80x144 on car line
fronts bay. adjoins res'dence of Mr.

'A. A. H. D'ALEIHBERTE City Itf nagere I Phone 462. McDavid-Hyer Company, Jacoby. .. .. .. .... ......$1800 WestGregory street,

:;+, W. KNOWIIS, President p.. E. SMfSO.N, Secretary. I 8 room 2 story, No. 1201 N. Davis We would be pleased to.have inquiries and show the above and

;.PL J.E. STILLMAN, V..Pres. and Ceo. Manager. KNOWLU HYEX. Treasurer. Agents New York fit, corner property on car line $2000 other desirable property in our agency. If you have property to SELL
-t ., KELP WANTED Life Insurance' Company. J2 room 2 story. all modern convenIences funds to, loan houses to rent, or desire insurance, we would be pleased -
'i Kael Estate loans, General Investments.gi 8 E. Government Street. North Guillemarde neat Jackson consult us.HOOTON&WATSON.
t a. St.. cheap. j_ .... .....$3150 to have you
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola* Florida. WANTED-YOUNG men to learn bar. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.TimberLands. Elegant small home on North Hill!
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'ber trade; positions always open -- ---------- house can be enlarged w'th small expense -

everywhere good wages. easy work. this Is a swell little place and

_ _ _ _ two, months completes. Write for you must see it apprec'ctsd. it '
terms. W. T. Hanly.! 122 Conti St.. .. .. .. . . . ..$5000() .. ,
: ; I Mobile Ala. SOmarlt* Lot 71x79 South Tarragona St.rnear

: YOUR DREAM OF A BEAUTIFUL I II I Romana, small 'building upon it.rents 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

( I \\"A--1'ED-Rella cook. Apply 712 $12 ..... .. .. .. .. ..... .$3500 PHONE 54.
'f N. Barcelona St. SOmarSt House and !otSouth Spring St near

j ; HOME CAN NOW BE REALIZED I 200000.00 deals and up; also farms! Romana .. .. ._ . . .$4000 _
: WANTED-A first-class dining room I Two, new dwellings: on East Hill;
f't This cozy and attractive little cottage situated-on East Cervantes woman. None but experienced person J and city property for investment, or splendid location, south half of block; II

r j street between 11th and 12th avenues, has 5 'rooms and hall, nicely I need apply. Miss Llllle E. Tay' saw mill and turpentine locations, vir- houses have all modern conveniences' SEE THIS! Professional DirectoryTHOS.

t :<:, furnished nicely papered new and modern city water next to school lor, 18 W. Jackson. 30mar gin; pine, timber, cypress, hardwoods, and exceptionally well 'built, a bar!

;\r.f ,j house, two blocks from car line lot 80x137% feet. south front over i I stock farms etc. Saw mill and turpsntine gain, for all. .. .. .. .... ...$5500: Lot 50x125 .w, Romana St., near PEBLEY
; looks the bay an excellent neighfborhood. For immediate sale $1650 ,I W AiNT .--Cook, white or colored, land a specialty. Call on us 40x170 W. Government St., In the i Palafox.. .w .. ... 'a. .-. -, ..$4000 ,
:;{:+.,;; male or female with experience at wholesale district ... .. ... .$6000. 40x110 S. Spring, near Romana LAW. REAL ESTATE., LOANS AND
;' .. boarding house. Apply 105 E. luten-,lor address Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Money to loan real estate security Lot .... COLLECTIONS-
,.. FOR SALE-The southwest one-quarter of block !!!8, New City I dencia St 27marlw, Fla. at market rates.on St.. .. .... ., .. ...... $4000 PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
((2. story
,. \ ( on the northeast corner of 12th avenue and 15th street.This would Lot: 60x125 W. Government PHONE 559.
... ...... ( make an ideal site for a home. It is surrounded by attractive and "AGENTS ANTEn"1Experienc'3not If you have property of any k'nd: building).. -,. .-. .$18'J' ())
\ for sickness, accident anywhere, list it with us, provided you under fence, half in. .pecan
beautiful homes only one block from car and on hard road. For necessary; pays TURNER &AYMARD 20 acres

c-s.f a few days only at.. '... .. ........ .... .... .... .... ......$1500 and death. Address the Fraternal want it sold. trees, 6 room house stables and other

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Bankers of America St. Louis. houses, 1 mile from Milton Fla., all T G. YATES M. D D.
Mo. 25mar4t Real Estate and for .r .$1&011() ,

TREE SHOW I WE home.LEARN Full you guaranteed to make formula,mirrors $5.at Abstract Company, L. S. BROWN & CO. basis Any the of Ibis' balance'property on 'on time a half with cash low OPTICIAN, .


We will at any time ,show you large and attractive list of property P. P. M. Co., Box 472. Pensacola Fla. Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec- Thiesen Building. rate of interestWANTED 306 THIESEfil BUILOING

: fl ;/; which imbraces large and beautiful residences, with all modern ISmarlm* clalty. !

t conveniences, as well as small tenament houses that will net an Investor WANTED-First class !laay stenogra "WE SELL LOTS"Miscellaneous
V "I .;. ;.. from 10 to 12 npr cent. per annum. Also blocks and lots in pher. Addess In own handwritingwith P. 0. Box I 115, DsFualik Sjrins Florll. [ 't A lot not south of Intendencia nor Money to Loan.
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*- : S every section of the city. references, Office Work, Care [ north of Gregory, west of Coyle: nor
S MAXENT TRACT property now on sale. .Some nice lots at I t Journal. 4mch. I east of Baylen,' 40 foot frontage witha :MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bo--
'. Flsaervllle to otter. HOTELS. depth not'less than 100 feeL rows money from Jno. A. Hall &
S .
.. I Co. 16 E. Government street Whenin
.1 WANTED CUT FLOWERS-Ordsrs promptly need call on us. 9fblm
THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, PEBLEY
'. THE FISHER REAL ESTATE good beds. Free baths and sample I filled for roses, carnations" flowers THOS' MONEY LOANED on all kinds of p.r.
AGENCY and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie
1ANTED-One or two rooms with-, room. $2 per day Special attention : Palafox and Romana Sts. ponal property on short notice
I board for couple in city several to traveling men. J. R. Brown. Prop.. I Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. Phone No. 559. V Terms easy. J. B. Gray &; Co.. 2 W.
; ,1 206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87. I ntontha. quiet reasonable. Address DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlmCENTRAlTHOTEL. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb

-S .4 i S ..' ... _ _ _ _ S I E. C.. care Journal. 2mar3t!) CHIPLEY-Op. TAILORING cleaned L. Diamond.' Tailor.Gents' .
.... ; I clothing pressed and MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or
1 I WANTED\ position in or out of depot. Large and well lighted repaired on short nolico. No. 11H other sufficient security by ayplj
: : ;:,;..;" : : : i- :: town by young colored man havinga rooms. Free sample room. Meals at West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. BUY A HOME NOW. ing to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox anj-!
good education and can do'most all hours. Special 'attention to trav-
) S I 1 d ec.. Romana. up stairs. 17nov- .
'A'e ) anything. Address 215 N. Rues St. I. elin'g men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug-
28marlw* gle. Prop. 13marlm INVEST IN MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate :
i J. H. PORTER sailmaker. 716 South

:*!s:1:: it? HOTEL SITE. I : WANTED-A partner in paying busi I CHIPLEY HOTELr-Carl Setterllnd.I Palafox street, Orders taken for at lowest security rates., or on Leslie good E.collateral Brooks.

:,\ ; ness. Will bear investigating.Small .I Prop. Special attention to commercial tents. awnings. camp spools and house SUBURBAN PROPERTYPut Fisher building. :ijaa
.. Free sample and bath reasonable.
travelers. Prices
j.< ie ( capital. required. Apply P. O. ootl., etc. 31jan.
c...c ;t. Box 753. J7marl6t rooms. Large rooms with good beds. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
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..t' .,' .t $2 per day. 13marlia SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- idle money' in good real property on short notice.
WANTED-Contributions: for the Or- ing &; Co.. wholesale and retail shipehandlers your
BAY HITEL.-open night and day. estate bargains and wait for results. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairi
phans" Home. Money, clothes, eat and
first-class
only
: "1 '; European plan. Rooms light and grocers Five room cottage rents $8.00 per 28% South Palafox St.. Phone 1144
.. ables, etc., received. Notify Mrs. Wm. house of kind in city., fair prices to all.
clean. Transient trade solicited. month, East Gregory. .. .. .. .$700 finer
.' iFisher. president or Mrs. N. MeK.OeIng. .
'i'S The best situation In the city for a North ..U800I
\ : ? 575-579 S. Palafox. Jao. S Nleolau.I Nice home on Hayne.
secretary. 4mar Fine stationery wedding invitations, UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan
':. '!It 4 .L;. tourist hotel 130 feet fronting south WANTED-The I Prop. vis'.tlng: cards, tally cards, etc. Cella I Six room .cotU'ge with' five lots N. on all kinds of personal property.
'" \ public to know that Davis. A bargalt.. .. .. ....$1750
: _
SOT'I' if M. Robinson, representing The Chas.H. Special rates to business men on large
': t. :; by 172 feet deep on East Government we can do all kinds of repairing I Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.! Five room :cottage N Eigth ave. on loans. The New York Loan Co. 2044
: t S float building, horse shoeing etc.:' 7. LOST I Smarlm. easy terms,;good location. ... .$1200 South Palafox.
I street overlooking Seville square G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fel> Three lots corner Gadsden St and

"M. : Adams COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressing' LOST-Kit of piano tunng: tools. Re- I live in Pensacola, corner llth car line; most beautful: site on East
,,, ; ;: and street with open view ot and Cleaning Club 212 N. DeVIllereSt. 'Ward for return to B. H. Chase, street and 15th avenue, In New City, Hill _u .f...... ......$950 For Sale.

; \;' j' ,.; Pensacola bay, 10,000 will buy the Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop.: Your pat Southern Hotel. 31mar2t and will take. care of your Piano by Lot 80x130 fl Goyernment....$850 -------------.---
S ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran th'year at a low ,figure. Refelt ''
i ; 1: "" property. teed. Careful attention given ladles' LOST-Horse shoe stick pin set with tune clean out, etc. Phone 80%, 2rllJg C. R. .YAEGER FOR SALE-A first-class cigar aai'
.le...1L1.' garments. Phone 1221. gfebWANTED. I chip diamonds. Lost Thursday J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm I stationery store pool room ('onnPf"
S S ed in the rear. Paying business, .d J
+ ;.. .-Hauling and transfer night at the opera house. Reward. Return 5 EGGS FOR HATCHING. No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686 established and centrally located 03
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s-, ",'" S to 313 W. Romana. SOmarlw( I
work. Office 363
r..,\ '... phone ; residence FroDmy'? prize pens of S. C. Rhode Palafox street, opposite the new Brent
''''tlf .. .. phone 390. Acosta &; White' 2228N.. LOST STRAYED ORTOLENWhtteFrench Isalnd 'Reds and S. C. Brown Leg L. building. Apply 32 S. Palafox SL
i':' ',' Tarragona St. 25mar. : poodle. (Disappeared last horns, finest pens in the south, $I to Board and Rooms. I 31 mar.

M: 1' 5u.s SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Saturday even'n: ;. Answers to name $1.50'per setting of 13; or $6 per 100;
: : A. V. CLUBBS. -Highest price paid for gent's of "Major." Suitable reward for return also 'agent for the! famous Banta Incubators ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished rooms on FOR -S.-\'LE-Full' blood white \Vvaa.

''' clothing only. Sell second hand goods to this office. 29mar. I and Brooders. Drop me a the hill, after April, location high dotte eggs Beacon of Boston straia!

; t. : \ Dress suits for rent 9 B.-In'endene'_ evening, gold rim- card 'and I 'will call. E. L. McFadden.Prop. and healthy. Close to car line. Apply 2.50 setting of 15. Few very fin"
L .'it f = LOST-Saturday ., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm" R. at 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. cockrels ready for the yard Adiren,
:: med In' L'ndenstrutncase. .
glass
:- WANTED-All hines ot electrical eye s S
-- 'I F. D., No. I, Pensacola Fla. 'ICmarlm. Chas. Murray. DeFunfak Sprngs! FaSlmarlm : -
J work. I sell all kinds"of electrical Reward for return to this of. 7marlm* *
Ii Jt.:: .;, SALE batteries and other electrical supplies. fice. 23 / I
FOR
:i'i NICE FURNISHED ROOM for rent
NEW When you need me ring 145; or 955. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New
5 REAL ESTATE LIST LUMBER FOR SALE- csoms.W'.i'i
: of bath
I with privilege and phone.
I. f" E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build tick furnisaed if desired. All donein ; *
that,is not culls or rejects, No. 606 'Gadson tedCo., Bonifay Fla. 3lma..wFOR .
f Property Apply East St., or
In. E. Garden. : ISdec.WANTED. FOR RENTFOR good order on short notice. Leave __
; ,i making their first appearance on the phone 531. SOmarlw*
FOR
SALE at
orders Green & Watson. Phone ,
? ( 5'. market at very attractive prices for .-Real Estate for S sale or : I SALE.-A photographers outfi'/
f.if. : 193.
'I RENT-After April 1. a sx- lmar1RS .
'-'; : homes or investment rent. lease or exchange. Your business NICE FURBISHED ROOMS for rent Cheap. Apply F.sher: Furm'un
V Large, well shaded lot front 140 ont Six houses In West King Tract respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson room cotta'ge on North Hill. Apply I suitable 'for ,light store, 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar
housekeeping.
'S B. F. Wolfe, at Citizens National H S. dUNN. will receive
Gregory street and 140 on DeLeon renting for J30 per month ...$2850 Real Estate Agent,,22% 'W, Government in pu Pnvileg phone and and bath. Apply
Btreet.. .. .. .. .. .. ......$2600 street Room 7. Salisbury Bank. 25marlw pile shprthand at her resid!;!DC{!. 810 E. Gadsden 'St: : I POTTERY WORKS for sale, on East
Rouse in Weil 321 N. Barcelona St. Terms $5.00 a Or 'phone 896.
: Choice corner lot corner 9th ave and End. renting for I building. Phone 172. 23Jan 29marlw. S Hill, known as J.V.. Kohler Pottery
$1t Cervantes. 40x137!% ft. ......$600 $10 per month good neigh. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for month in advance 4mchlmo. Wo'ks, together with the machicer,

.' : Choice corner lots. corner 9th ave. .$1000 I WANTED-We want your, orders foi rent, suitable for furniture or other TO U. S. LIFE 'SAVING STATION FOR RENTTwo' ely furnished engine, firtures, bowls, kiln, etr ani
; 4 :: and 9th street 80x137%. .......$650 I 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona AND RETURN-The launch Le- including fine bed pottery clay F..rI
a5 Y. t (Four Ipts 40x150 on north side 9th Five lOts on North Hill, if takenat designs to select tram All St. Phone 630 SOnov Clair! leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. rooms at P. Stone 17 N. Palafox. i further particulars address P. O B >

once.. :.. .. .... .. .... Printing Co. 29mar. I 103 City. mch: .
St.. .between 9th ,and 10th aves., each. $3000( () prices. Mayes .' Pensaco --- m., dall)". Fare round trip 25 cents. ,

'e.t' S $Z50.. Five lots fronting! Toledo square -Ia. ---J6fftbWANTED. Spec'al rates to, parties. Pavilion PLEASANT place to board on North:; FOR SALE-17 lots north roalroa-!
i, Four lots on corner 10th ave. and New FOR SALE phone 65>*. C. H. Burton, Manager. I or
.$1000 .-The Jdercnanu' Transfer Hill, oncar line. Address No. 8,1 St Good location for factory
10th St.. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..$1300 One block mch41mMA'I'l'RESSES.Wholesale acrossstreet. ;
In New Journal. site. Also 8 lots
City on car Co. wants your moving and banlinf. care 27mar, l-uildlng !
Nice modern 6 room house 09 East All breakage guaranteed. T. B.' TAoren. > BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. I I East of Stoddart place Cheap
; .5. Hill newly papered and painted 80s line.- .-... . ....$4000 Prop. Phone 97$. ISJnnelaa. I manufacturers anj retail FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms I I ir sold at once. Jno. H Koher.! care
: 150,ft lot. price $1800; rents $14. Half Week In New City on hard Lester Piano, mahdgany. fine order, and dealers In reasonable.: Saunders Mill Co. phone 717.
S. very Apply 20 W. Ro .
WANTED-To buy old gold and silver cotton moss, and E. & C. mattressesand .
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4.S. Two choice: corner lots. 80x150. corner ( was $350, price now $275, used only mch25-1w
;: tt 9th ave and 10th St.. .. ....$900 road. overlooking Bayou Texar $1500 broken np stuff regardless of a few months. $10 cash balance $8 I beat springs. Second hand furniture mana St. 25marlw* __
;S Three houses three rooms each. 1 These are pll first-class pieces of sizes. Cash paid. Lljntman & Klein. per! month. bought and sold. Upholstering FOR STLE-A nice fatdOflkeY li
'T) r house three rooms and hall one block property and are gilt edge Invest. 106 E. Wright Phone '1127. Irving, handsome case, was $300}and repairing done., Old mattresses I ROOMS FOR'Mrs.RENT-furnished or un. first class condition. Price *3'.
furnished. M. Robinson.
ticks 600
4 4 North Davis St. ..$3400. ments. renovated; new furnished if desired -i Fisher Real 25mcn
used. Terms
from canine $10 EsJ.ategency
Xv > \V ANTED.-A. R. BlnJht.m.wan4 now $215; very little I ,. '114 E. Belmont St.. city. E. GadsdelJ,S, 24marlm
: Two nice cottages near passengerS moving and hauling. He cash, $6 per month. : -
TT your "a1\ Davis sH.
: Phone 771. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis FOR SALE.-Parlor and bedroom
depot If taken quick.$4200 all Phone Clutter, large handsome mahoganycase .
antees breakage. MIL tables ice box, r
S 100 footclose in, water front lot D. ; was $400 now $335. A bargain. Mgr.C. _. _ _ NICE comfortable furnished room, chairs, dresser, Apply'
l' ,;.14 quick sale. .. .. .... .. ....$6000 HALE WILSON. 6 CO. I will tune and repair your piano' anj Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. ROPKE has Just opened a butcher pleasantly"situated! one block from frlgerator. stove and hat rack.25marl*.
bay car. line,. eulta.ble"for, house to 517 E. Zarra-gossa: St.
Central located business houses on organ as cheap as any one; guarantee atehlin, high grade mahogany; was shop and grocery store corner Davis on
l 4S' Palafox street A fine investment REAL- ESTATE best and neatest, work., Prompt $450 now $390; rented only few. and Brainard Sts. Your patron- keeping. Cook stove or gas, or without FOR SALE OR RENT=Two lighter!!,
501 ,E Government St.
attention and satisfaction. Phone Apply
802 I
"JA: 40000. months; $20 cash.-$10 per month. age solic'ted. Satisfaction guaran one with capacity for 75 thousand f1
FOR RENT. RENTS AND LOANS 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott.8 marlmWANTED. Sterling 'ebony case 'was $350 now teed. Phone 915. Imarlm 24mar12 lumber the other thirty thousand ca

'r'' The to know $120, $10 cash. $6 month. : Also; to
public that per pacity. Rates reasonable
repaired and WANTED-A few.bearflers at 212 W.
CARRIAGES
choice fine place well
Three offices repainted
'r- 050 8, Palafox St. old newspapers can'; be .bought at Clutter large size mahogany case; Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng 11 Gregory New house, good neigh. skiff beats for sale cheap. 22 ft lone.
,
: Tentllated. this office for fire cents a bund1 used seven months was $tOO now write J. A
; .ThiY specialty. J. G. Welsh borhood and on _car. line. ISmarlm* 5 ft. beams. Telephone or
three
812 North Hayne St. rooms Phone 234. Carriage
are all clean and nice. $275; $10 cash $3 per month. Chaffln & Co.. Milton. Fla 25mr:
.. .. .. ...... Co.-:: 27feb: ; ,
Vt.-5. and, hall .. $7.00 IWANTED.Electrlc Kimball walnut case was $175 used NICE FURNISHED-ROOMS; for rent ..-----
i '- 4; 814 North Hayne St. three rooms work" of ssktn&Let two years now $185, $10 cash bal Newly JurnUbed, ;.clean* and nice FOR SALE Freight and passengerboat
........ us clean your fn, resiir'obour .... '
$600
hall. .. .. .. & TffSurtha
;tod HACK NO. 16 do vlrtn etc.* Plt1D3 ance $7 per month. near postofflce. AJ7.at: 128% E. ; two 25 b. p. Murry
dynamo. : I.Found
Store house, good stand North lour ;,
All of the above are upright piano Government>> Street n-B. M. Trainer gas engines; length 66f"f'
layne St .. .. .... .. .. ......$10.00 Ready at all hours to answer callsto B70. Pensacola: ElecvHc ,Co.. 255. s. and we guarantee them. We have 16 7Janlm. beam 18; draught 3 ft: launched :No*
any part of' city. First class In Baylen. square pianos from $15 to"' $45. 50c FOUND-One yellow and white cow S r ember 1803. Powerful tow boat Ton'

4.H. CRAWFORD every respect Fast and gentle horses NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange per week; 'good for practice. fcnb'mark, has bell marked "S.:' Ad. Okl: newspapers at fire'cents& bundleat nage 42. Delivered anywhere .1B

and polite dr'vers.' ,Phone No. 18C.Georwj for lot on East HtlW: iA4dress P. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE dress 'Chas. F. Gonzalez. Bohemia. this office.. They are ;all clean state. Price J3.750. Write J w I

315J4! South Palafox Street. K Fanlk. O. Box 207. ,; '. .N30Jnu Pensacola. Fla. Fl&, 30marl6t and nice. Rowley. Miami. Fla. 20marl.
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r!1.\.1..AR\I>:<>,t .lid i' ,uage FOR with! Hill large Creek on house railroad runs through barns; all fnced. outIIc. the- Time- Flies Fast Savannah Naval Ga. Mar.Stores.. 30.-The naval i LAUSLEY t COMP ANY,J. .


U"i: t 5 springs are also on .
> i ud or stores market closed today as follows: .
'i::"Ltild.: i Plenty shade trees and ap- \w.5; 60 L= the best of COMMISSION
and tree. : BROKERS :
peach plum
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11" In. wo..5 45
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'l\\I.t; ;, !l f-; :lso have a lot of fine breed N.5 30 lilt,., ,. W the best : ..

'm.'kt-n-. 'lucks hogs goats pea 1[ And few M.3 25 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET
a dollars into PENSACOLA FLA. 1
: ;,'\>ns. geese and turKeys of'TkMi'N put the bank K. .4 70 grain : i
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selling Is that 1 each week t
Rt-asonfor or month
soon amounts to 1.4 35

;,'::1\1".f'r.In:uo one.ithpr to manage as an investment place. A great or quite a substantial sum. G H... 3 420 90 \ } is none | Private Wires 'N. Y:, N. 0" and Chicago. tI

,jr l..ty joking for a good farm on 1 To place F.3 85E jr : too good .'
Everything your money in the bank \
m0 money.
nil'll (o I '
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83D ;
as represented. No and bills \ for "old joe." COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS I
'I1U1t' and just pay your by check adds to .3 83C ; .

TL Iki',> 4V5:Write: Pensacola or call for on ,further Yo Morgan particSlmir-, your business. standing in the community .Spirits Turpentine 66- cents. 385 scrupulous care; old time Ii Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. *$
in I
: which
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d&ar. you live. It saves you I .A distilling methods; expert *;

TOR S\IJv-93s4: : acres of land half time and worry, too,in the payment of AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS attention; proper age. result : t Reference: First t National and Peoples! Banks. Phone 1173 |'

nt'P!: from city, northwest; ',0 acres bills. Liverpool Cotton .Market.
tinier land, sub soil clay; 25under Close : a perfect Avliiskey- I I.....................................................:

cultnation.! \ claY sub soil. Dr. T. A.j'hr 1 Time is money. Jan..Feb. it couldn't bear an oldjoeJJ
Guilfrnurde St. Fob.-Mar...i.SIMar.April -
:31'.!' label if it wasn't.full .

,;Omu1"' .A.pnl.MAy .. ...5.si 'LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD'COMPANY
'OR SALE-Cnoioe 1'tkin duck eggs May-Jane... .t-g.&.8J measure-convenient package ,
1.oO) per dttfcn Single conitibrown June-July .............t'::..:..5 85JnLy'&ngust Through and Local Time Tables Between Ponsacola and Points North.
$1 Leghorn fgS15100 per setting.B. .................................. ...tI1 reasonable price-sold everywhere -
the .tme $.,.1)0 per hun- : ugllilt- ptember.........................:I.b3 READ DOWN ( READ UP
P. rocks, FIRST t NATIONAL BANK j ... "" \ Trains Nos. Nos.
delivered in Pens3<"Ola. 3 triosof { tember-October .h. ... 6.67 : "b & b atlanta 2 Trains
4rrd! October-November ........ 4 .3 1
$500 a trio. Plain direc- _
ducks at request to raise poul-! November-December ) I 11:0pm;; 11:55am Lv. .. ..Pensaeo! .. .. 5:00am 4:00pm
tons; gi-n upon OF PENSAcoLA FLA.w. December-January t 6:30am 6:20pm Ar.. ...Montgomery..Lv.

1.y Howor1 in:. city Box 35 2 lots, Warrmgton successfully., Fla.F. N. n. KNOWLBS Pre*. W. K. flyER JR., V.-Pres. an J Ca't' ier. uvp.rpoo18pots,tilB.' -. t It:4aam: 9:10pm Ar..Birm'ngham .. '. Lv. .,4Opni 9:35pm( I .8:33arp 11:1Sam

T. \V Bans T and W N; ROBKHT-: Asst Cashier. tI Florida and Alabama I 7:25pm 3pam .Ar, .. .....asitrille..Lv. 8:45am :25am
maw DIRECTORS\ }'. C. W. New York I
A. Market.
13rent. Blonnt \v. U Knowles, W K. Her Cotton
Jr HOOpm 3:37am Lv.'asitvi1le.. .. ..
It. U. Brent .Ar. 8:11aM :::Oam;;
I }"OR.L.t *My lodging, house for Open High Low C'ose 1:25am I 8:15am I Ar.. .. .Evan5\'tlle. .. ..Lv. 3:00am 9:20pm
sa I'. Fourteen rooms newly fur- March! .....:......109) 10 W 10.to 1094 LAND COMPANYManufacturers 7:40am :10pm Ar.. .. ..St. Louis. .. .. .Lv. 8:45pm I 3:30pm
It is May 1'.OJ 11.2i n
throughout. on a. goodauu' : 011.23
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-- 1:5Qpm 3:21am: Lv..Nashville .. .. .
-- of .Ar. 8:21am 2fiii
-- July :
11.13
located JLW 10 OJ 11.13
; : OJ5 s and centrally ; and Dealers in 2Ham I 8:30am 1 Ar.. .. ..Louisville.. .. ..Lv. :45am
'w postomce part cash.Appl August lOsS 1064 10!S8 10.1>4 I' I 9:30po
from :
:2 to'oekd\'! :'n : Mrs. 13.l.. Trainer 128 4. :No. GSO3. October...........10.38 10.4S 1034: 10.48 LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES 7Zt'am 12:01n'n I Ar.. ./.._..Cincinnatl. .Lv. 11:00pm 6OOpm
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December ....10.40 10.51 1037 1049 AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
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FOR S\LE-Gocwl turpentine place I U. !. CLARK.Vice-President and Ceshter.! J.W.ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier.: Wheat. I 6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6

convenient transportation, for sche-, Open High Low ClOtem.s
McMillan Bros. Co.MOBILE
and full particulars apply to II. May. 77 77 77J 7:00am 11:05pmIl1:55amLv'.PensacoIa.&r' : 5:00am 4:00pm 6:30pm
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rawford. 29 ar.F ., THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK JolJ._V7 -77 71 10:45am: 2:55aml 4:12pm1Ar .. Iobile ..Lv.ll :-IUaD1IU:59am :35pD1:

1. Corn.., I 6:00pm 7:15aml..815prn'Ar..Xew. Orleans LV.I 8:15pm!. . ..... 9'amFlomaton. : ;
S.UHousehold goods, beJ Of PCMSACOLA, FLA. m'l I

clothing linen and dishes. Apply I May............Open 44i fligli 44'- Low 44 i I IC Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville.
t ?.:31 E. Government St. 25rnarlm DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. July_. 21 5 1 3 Trans: do
4 u% ti% ux 1 I I I nol stop at stations 1 2 j I. 4 I G I 22

log Su.E--40 acre farm, 10 acres in CAPITAL STOCK, $203,000. SURPLUS, $69,033. New, York Stock Market -. .._' DallYIDaIYIDaIJy- : Dally where no time Is shown I DallyllD3ilYIDailrrD3i1y
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pecans; :2miles south Chipley on B. 1.I {, Open, CloseSouthsrnp&cifie.I. 1 ;.... 4:5 2:3012:50 Lv.. ...Flomaton.. .Ar. 12-.45;) 1:25 8:5 ...'..
c. & St. A. R. R.: also 120 acres 20arres DIRECTORS. ......,.'.;- .. 'ee iiI -._= _----=: ....--'oj .... '5:00: 2:35 2:55. . .Century .. .. ... 1-10 1:21 8:21 ....
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improved 2Vz miles from town. COpper.:.................: 101 1083: .... 5:07 2:41 ; .. ..DlutI.Springs .. .
.1.1:33 115 8:15 ....
Henry L Covlngton Frank Rcilly, l F. E. I A. e.R.. ..... ;. ALABAMA. :
.\ddres5 J. B. Hogeboom Aycock Fla. Bravner < 140 .... 5:11.2:51.3:20.. .. lcDavid.. .. .. .
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HOJ81 .1.1:22. 1:05 8:0& .. .
J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8. Rosasco, C. v.'. Li mar, .A.tch .:;...... W' .
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5:30 : .Pine Barren ...
marlm : .
.12:08 12:5 1:55.....
Bryan Dumwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Sttiindera. A.B .._.,,....... -
158-Vi sis Vi ..... 5Z9: 313 .3:50.. .. .. ...MJllno.. .. ....
1XR SALE-Ten new and second A. M. Avery W. H. M'lton.' 0. E. \i-iura R.R T.... 85, 87 .U:59 12-13 : .....
&' cond hand office safes, 'different W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah M..Kenzle Oertlng. s.ao.......... .........._ 111i 11lBrie. ..... .5:43 .......4:04.. .. ... .Quintette .. .. ....ll:511e12:34: ....
..iz.s. best makes at bargain prices. Alex McGowIn C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. ......................",... 4 8 44-!; SHIPPING NEWS ..... .5:53.*3:26': -I:11.. ..Cotta.e lUll .. ......11:44: .13:29 : ....of

Scarriti )Moreno office East Govern- ; 0.1'.1 ........................ 65 .... .5:51 3:29.4:15.. ...Cantonment .. ..1.11:40 12:2& ......
U.S..4........;...... ... 4?! 6 ..6:01.3:3t1:23. .. ....Gonzalez. .. .. .U:3 .12:21 .....
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in: nt St. 24mar Account of Banks Individuals Corporations. and Firms Solicited.! U.8., preferred..-e:.'...(::... lo. ${ loei-i ::::. .6:03 *3:36 .4:25.. .. ... .Roberts.. .. .. .. : : ..7:47.......

FOR SALE OR RENT New six room Four per cent Interest' Paid on Time Deposits. R.Ii.............-._ /...I dl. SIX. .6:15.2:45 *4:4'().. ...Olive.. .. ... .11:22 :" : ...
hous t? on East Hill I in excellent lo L.&'11..........:......:........is 15OJ.xd..l' I VESSELS$ IK fCRT.ts.mehtps.. ::::. .&:21.3:51.4:48.. .. ... ..Brent. .. .. .... : : ...:

. ration on two arge lots; block and a (....._.. ':. .so 81 .... .6:25.3:54.4:5: : :: .. .. .Goulding.. .. ...*11:11: .12:01: ....
. half troin car line; cement basement ----- Y.P.--m... 94 i 941V.C. August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke, .... 6:30 4:00 5:00. Ar... ..PensJcola .. .Lv. 11:0511:55;)/ ... ..
: beneath, Urge airy rooms, -showerb e..O...... ... ..... ............ +G ...-j#.. .}..... 60 Bl I i 2D67, Bremen t fo Gulf Transit Co. No.21 .
can.pac..T": .:! I Dorothy Br. ss, AVbyte 1546, Mobile! I Xo. 2:
J. S. REESE PraaldcnL K. W. MENEFEB. ca.Shl ... nau I
I ath and sewer connections. For z R. M. GARY Vice President. N.Y.0 ..,....,."............,._.li "'. IH!4 I I Emelia Aust ss, Hraglicu.;:; 2321, 1'L'I I ; I I A. )1
particulars address. House care Journal : .. 5:00'. .. ,.. 1:00 Lv.. .. :.
P-0 : .......: 94S" .94>i Trieste. .Pensac9Ia .Ar 105 ......1 H:15:
. 17mar | THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. R'D'G.......;... .. 13.:!6; 13', j lolanthe, Br ss, Hodgson, 1943 St. S 5:20. ... .... *. 1-13.. .. .. ..Bohemla.. ... ....... . ... .//.10:5;)
}1'OR-SALE- -Nice. clean old newspapers r'l. 155.P .'..:. '175J5 1 K6i Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. C 5:22.: .. .... 715. .. .. .Gull Point. .. .. .. .... .10:53
. at lYe cents a bundle. This office Directors-L. J. Reves, J. S. Reese, W. CeC. Kessler, R. M. K-I.- ..:'_;........,;:..? Zi' ,2; I Irene Swed ss, 1070 Rio Janeiro. S 5:25.. ... -....... .. .. .Ynie..tra.. .." ..._..11:33\\..... ....!.10:50
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) f "v. A. D'Alemberte.-T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton.. SR.1?..... *0i 4IJ'I": I Senator Holleseen, Ger ss, Lange, C 5:2: ... ... .... : .. ... .Escambia. .. ... ... .. ..
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.! T.C. .-"'OIt<.v lw Uo; 1232 Cardiff. S 5:40.- ...-.......* : .... .: .- lulat.. .. ...... : ... .... ....1.10:47. :
:' FOR SALB-My home corner 10 ave. J i YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY Penn....,....... ;.. 138/ 13 ?4' C .... ... ... .. :
: Spennymoor. .... .IIar .. .. ... ...
Nairn .
and CITVantes St. This is a bar- ............G.........*...+...... ._. ......... .O' U.P: -.f. J'.1= Br. ss, J722, .. ..... .... *10:32
i4f >y153 WX .. S .. .... .. .. .
t tMiii; if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. r-- Huelva. ." 5:45'' -. : .. .Galt CIty. .. .... ..._ ... ... .101
Ji Ii; mar & Co' Upland. Swed ss, Ingvarson 1516, ..... ...... :.:; .. .. 1ilton. _' ...f.. 10:0;;.. .. ....' 10H:
----- -- Ausley s,Daily! .Cotton Letter. Tampico. S ..... ...... ... ...-.. ...Good Range '.. .. ......... .... .. .. 9:43

FOR SALE-Egga: from standard bred HILT03T GREEN,PBESIDHST. T. E. WgLLSS!!: VIOI.PRIC@SDa\'l'! : New York, .:\I.ar.o.--It: has been a Ships. S 703f'. . ..... : ... ...II lts. .. ........ ........ .: .. :9:15;
l-r!ie winning Barred Rocks fifteen MANSFIELD MORUXO: : i long time since C 7:26. ........ .. ... .
K. U fcUSHNFLL.CA9HlBkU .Aftur.C\earss thji market has witnessed Aust ship, Medanic Tries : .Mllllgan. .. .. 9:12.: ......., 8:52:
; Orpheus
51 I'': fifty. $3.: Also Ohio improved NatIonal I SHph.: a sensational turnoveras te. 7:40... ...... : .. .. .Crestview. .. .. 9:0-1.. .. .. .8:3S
Citizens Bank
i'i.-ster! White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. this S 8:09: .......... 8:56.. .... .Deer L.'tnd.. .. .. ... ... ... ... .8:03
J.i77ie B Hughes Chipley Fla. occurreo : morning. There BarK. C 8:33......... 9:10. .. .
of PeB9&-o1a. Florida.DI4CCIO3& I Iossy head .. ..."
-'Snarlm: ';x '' were manyjifinje as to where Anna M, Ital bk,. Alcese, 868, Ha- 9:1&,.... ...... 9:35.. .Dt:>Funlak Springs.. -... .-. : .. 7:41)6:57::

';. O. BROWN L&tHORN5-Kulp. GfO. W. Wright. :Morris Bear. T.E.'tVellea, Kis M. Robinson. L. Hilton Green the .big".iK'llingortfoJrs came from but ana. S 1:30.: ... .... .... 9:44.. .. .Argyle .. ..... .Si3..a.. .. .6:42: :
Gurli Rus bk Blomberg 702 Bar- .
,there '... ... 91.. .. Pon'e D.J.. .
I Hughes Strains; egg record 240 per A CENtRAL BACKING BUSINtSS TRANSACTeD was, nothing, definite. upon Laaoes to Pensacola Lumber Co. 9:521. on. .. 6:20:
pullet. The farmer's and fancier's which ttf base "an' opfni'dh.: The objectof Pedro Lacave Span. bk. Maristans, 10:121. ... .... .10:10.. ...\\restville.. ._ .. .. ,:17.. .. ... .. 6:00:
mcken.. Eggs for hatching. An ---- ---- ----- 10:22''. .. ..... 10:15.. u ...Caryville.. .. .. 7:12. ... .. ..

-tile guarantee. Prices: Pen No.allj, -- _'.-.-. -,- the orders did not seem' to be so 309 p'recursore Savannah: Ital to Rix bk, JI Schiaffino Robinson.1508 10:45., ........ ... 10:30.: .. ...n"n1ray.. .. ....eo... .C:55 ... ... ... .5:2t 5:: 2
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much to sell t as to force the market 11:121.: ....... .. 10:41.: .. .. .Chlpley.. .. .. ...
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'I. ?:2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 13.;) : Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .6:31. .. ... 4::;:;

Sunnyside Poultry Farm DeFuniak ,..... 1"A.. .. Ir""f I""t""!. JnIJ. down, and it mui11 be confessed the Scillm Ital .bk, Zeno 1220, South- 11: ... ". .... 'lOS ... .. .. .A"co k. .- ... 6:7 .. ... .. :
R MCl'IP "aasal.rro. 4i9
'\prtnks. Fla. References-anyone In .. '-' .x.. "'--P. SftQ' plan 'worked admirably for the bulls: hampton to Rosasco Bros. 11:43: ... ... .. 11:0. .. .. ...Cottonllale.. .. ... 6:18.: ... ... :.-

'u city. 13marlm : Wholesale and Betall l);..iec 10 were taken entirefy off their guard Starthem Br bk, :Maitland 1272 12:10., ....... ... : .. .. .. .1Iarianna..( .. .. .. 6:00. ....... 3:5:)
1 :441.. .... -11:45.. ..' .. ..Cypre-ss.. .. .. ..-- : : ... .. ... .., 3:1'
FOR S\IX Grocery store and ro' Idene Steam, Domestic Anthraciteand C 0 A : and the blow was dealt before they Antwerp. .12:551. ..../..-. .11: .. ..Grand RIdge.. u ..... 5:32.: ... ... ... .1- 3:07::

*' combined, including stock, I ItItures. >' H Blacksmith (r, I could rally their forces saowing conclusively Christina Schooners.Am sch, McLeod, 1:131.....-. .. ... :521.. .. .. .Sneads..s.. !. ....... .. 2:43:

etc; nice home good water OCSce-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. : the; splendid organization. of Donna ....- 1 : ..TIlver Junction 5:21... ...... ., :i.3(}
Cardenas. 10:501.//
(,ne niy.whole Corner block Maxwell under and fence.6th Cash ave. ) fi Yard co'n Tarragona- and Gonzalez etreets. Phones 6 and 37% II! I: upon the shorts the other and the slXJ.jplendid'We are lack Inclinedt of it 165 Lizzie H Demison, Am sch. Peck, A\I .. ..... PM 7:401 Ar .. .Jacksonville.. .. I..v J : ... ....... ... 4 Ot}
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!*:- -;. ''I' """" ....."" 452. to master. I lAM I I PJ
'Irs Z. P. Ryan P. O. Box 614 I think such speculative tactics as

:: tmarlm I !--- --. : -- ----;;-- this can hardly have more than a Horatio L. Baker. Am sch, Mohr.\ Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3
I 11I".3.. ..... ..........JIM lII''r: --"- "' temporary effect upon values. Tile 720. Lagua to J. A. Merntt & Co. ,Pensacola and Jacksonville via IU\er Junction carry through sleeping car between
:uR SALE-Four room house with i Ordorftrezxr "Yo'U.r 'rtal' position of cotton is too strong Thos. S. Dennison Am sell. Wade, and Seaboard Air Line

bath, at Colliding, with two lots.I I for the friends of the staple to be 1329 Baltimore to order. :Trains
Vpplv to L. JL Davis. P. O. Box 633. ICE, COAL and WOOD frightened by sucli violent assaults Union Br sch, 72. _Tela Honduras. I stop on signal.

,ilrv. lOnarlm I tlxoConsumers' upon the market. Mr. Price is quoted Barkentlnes. --- ---
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as saying that he was glad to see Beatrice Am bktn. Casavegsio, 1430
W A'XTED-To
loan money on your Ice and Fuel Company.
I Iwatc this selling a* in his judgement tho Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. Pensacola St. Andrews and
cs. Jewelry and personal ef-- : ) EVMSVILLMKRE R-R-
Phone 259. ;
fpft-. OtSce Corner Chase and Tarragona. market was far stronger than .before '
Highest cash price for old
gold with the weak long interest eliminated : is and Gulf
and bl',er. LJghtman! & Klein 106 R fwn -p--- I No pills as pleasant positive Steamship Co.STEAMER .
I"iOR -. '" and the ehort interest very much a DeWitt'a Little Early Risers. These
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Phone 1127. ---- -- -
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,, .. heavier. Famous Little Pills are so mild an1
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S\LE.-Improved and unimproved "" \t II Up to March 23rd the spinners of effective, that children, delicate ladies W. CL BARROW. M Jeter.

prpTty In all parts of the city. Don't You Shed? thg> world took of'all kinds of cotton and weak people enjoy their cleansing FIRSr-CLA? I'ASSiLNUEft:: AND _. -___
Need --.7
J AViiaon & Co., Real Estate Agent:!, a Carriage I 5,732,359 bales against 9,520,226 biles effect while strong people say they FREIUHT tEIWICEDetw"u ::
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone or a shed for the wagon and farm implements? Protected up to the same time last year thus are the test liver pills sold. Never __

i72: 23Jan from the weather they will last longer and perform r they have taken so far this season gripe. PENSACOLA. M08IL APALACHI- I _
more satisfactory: service. 212,138 bales more cotton than they COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. .
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the took during the same time last ;year, ANDREWS _
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Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell We Want Furnish Lumberas MILLVILLE. Ij
you autos to the but of American alone they were $100 REWARDThe >- '
f-om J500.00 up. They cost less than well as the nails and other hardware necessary in lttj J relatively smaller than last year, due And all points on St. Andrews Bay 1--

horses to keep up. They can be run erection. Framing! may be had for J16CO() siding $10.00 I.probably to'the higher price of American Carr.betle SCHEDULE and ApaUchlcola.:
in sand or anywhere a horse can and wire nails on a 2.35 base. oomparel with that '
go. shinglcs1.75 52.25 cotton when _a">ove tewtrdwill be paid for Feuskcola
1 1U'e E Brooks. I Leave Sunday: $:30
of -e Egyptian and Indian.ts the capture and delivery! to Yarn Bros. for Mobile. AlL P-

M lfs"uJ3-My property, 416 R Brai Saunders Mill Company > hela'' well with a fair demanl, & Co.'s camp near Pensacola, of one. m.Leave. Pensacola Taesdaj. 8:30 p.

III'Ii i Sf. consisting of four lots 40 I f I bob s making no conces y'ons.NuuiTous Will Jones a colored convict. 10.. for SL Andreira MlllriJie Aptlacoicola .
and
::11.\1:( feet; a two story dwelling '1 inland telegrams Description. Carrabelle and.1ntp'mediat.
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t&\lmns; 6 rooms, hall ways bath room Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. t letters wer! cened about damage Sex, male; fccolor, negro; height 6 points. 4

W': ':s ; nIl pantry. On car line; will I y recent heavy rains lo planting feet". inch} ; weight-150 pounds; build For additional Information! : apply tt
11".1 .n.ire: property for 300000. E.- I preparations' andr partial loss of fertilizer medium ag:?, 22 years; carnage: t J. R. SAUNDKH3.::
!. _Ut>ese. -- and bullish dispatches from slightly' stooped: eyes brown* hair, 'E). B. COBB, Prwident
22feb
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--- the New York leader in which he Frt and Paas.
Gen. Agt
i black complexion light ginger cake
JIST RDCDIVED-I. rge Shipment or t lith.a red hot said he felt confident of his pObU on forehead; low; ears, medium; nose;, Pensacola. F)&. _

imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint, V fxk S A finally checked th selling.In flat* mraitti_ lare-p: : teeth food! ohfn.
IaUn; or larger quantity. G. Morasso our opinion the market Is pretty ;; d--neck, -:medium; shoulders! ; ,! THROUGH SERVICEVIA
a Co ship chandlers aaa', bi sfoye in his stomach well, sold out and buying on any
grocers 7C1
of feet, 11 inches.
sloping Jength %
:SOuth Palal :
should -show far YOU
? ,_ ____ 4OCuLE : : ( profits.further: depression!! \Iarka--Small scar on right side of I ARE READY ?11 L.&N..E.&T.H.and C. & E. I.
FOR! s\ Registered back bone small scar on rteht shoul-
\: Berkshire and /_ A peculiar chemical in Stearns' Electric Rat and The forecast for: tormorrows weather ; 2 Veotibuled Through Trains Daily
Otlo"lurePi s a. 4 der blade-small scar on right arm below 2
pedIgrees NASHVILLE
11io I ; furnIshed'; .').f Reach Paste makes rats and mice who have eaten 1 is generally-fair-over all sectionsof TO CHICAGOTHROUGH
alt rlllb1oo.: game chickens and eggs .'- -- it 'feel like a red hot stove in, the stomach;. when the belt-aDd thig.helped'the selling elbow, Those cheap rates expire April 7ta: SLEEPERS see DAY COACHES
a' "tMnal( l Prices. Dr. J. S. eat movement. .. S. A. RAWLS & CO. to California and Ae Northwest I hEW(: ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
3lCea'hiv. ,z, they PININQ CARS SPRV.KQ, ALL MEALS EN ROUTED.H.HIU.HAN.a.P.A.
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Chipley 30mar2t.
Fla. Sma'rlm seems to. prevail Each first and third Tuesday tick.
I I The impression .
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S.L ROGERS.Oca.!
}'OR SA'C1t liea.utltul block in New I P\r: :Stearns Electric I among the. welj ported opera'ors.: that ets are almost given away to' Texas, .........-.u. ...$...ul. n ..&
y. Tract No. 312. i I 1a, eoo/j. b.ig.linepf! May is strong, P.roPosals'i l'. be' received at the Oklahoma: 3ld'tbaf section. I

.&PDly I to A. M. McMUla=. CoSTHous Jlaug Roach Paste 'held which should}; prohibit ,muc'i Bureau.'of Supplier and Accounts First class round "trip convention
\ \ Rat and more agsres-ive! selling of that Navy Department, Washington, D. C.. rates to Cal'fomia*fn May and' July. -- -
FOIl SAT.- \ I month and. there is know to be a big until JO o'clock a. m., April 17 Through Pullman. Tourist.,Cars from
good team of-. K. Bingham ha a ,/ r.L: they rush out of the bODsefot water. In a few moments short inter St. In Julytherefore the 1906 la publicly opened immediately Washington. D. C.. to San Franciscovia .STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
theta on his mult.'s fer sale. See t A they are dead and are quickly dried up bytiis"snre average traders heltale about going; thereafter to furnish at the navy Athnta, Montgomery Mobile and

}'O R- new float. __feb2l _- w death to rats and mice. short of anythingEscambla jard-Pensacola, Fla.. quantity of machine New Orleans and Southern' Pacific STEAilBR CAPT. FRITZ. J. M.

sired S.\LE.--OnlY'4 YOUn.. Boa r pigs- ; .' ; Yon money will be-re; --:-- topis, as follows: Planers (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis I Rogers master. Passengers and

or Orphan by Duke 01 Fc-rlda 6893 out -3 ,.. .GUARANTEE fundedif Stearns Lodge No. 1-5, ''F. & A. M. shaper lathers surfacer. saw saw via Wabash and'Unlo'n' Pacific: and Freight service between PeiisacoJ.<<
All Let. Of Baltimore 585H. .-- Electric Rat and Roach Regular communication of bench, ;wood trimmer grinders mill- Kansas City. -- and Freeport, Fla. At Baylen atr.*t

aranteed with registrations and y Paste does not do all that is claimed for it ...A. Escambla Lodge No. 15, F. & ing machine drilling machine grind We have the best service to China, wharf Wednesdays. Tourists and
iedegree \
ri5. Carl Setterliud Chipley times the quantity)$1.00' a c *A. AL. will be held Monday stone. Applications for proposals Japan and Hawaiian Islands.No .. others deslrng: to see places of interest
Hotel size(eight
I 2 02.box 25c; April 2nd 7'30 should refer to Schedule 429. Bank! trouble to answer questions. Choctawhatchie Bay an.1 Santa:
,; 26nOT. Sold ..." .lIIr.or tnt twmi r.pald.1 recllpt' *I evening at : on
'trie.HE HI H I-\XD-East Hill elecb" STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally proposals! .will :be furnished upon Rosa SowD,1 should make this! 4r p.
._ r line. SIX lots 100 ft. front! II,; / CHICAGO ILL., U. S. A. > Invited.:! application -to the navy pay office J. F. VAN RENSSELAER Special rates for parties of ten or

lot y. GO deep' earners '70 !Inside! I I C. D. BEYER, Pensacola, Fla.. or to the Bureau.H G. W. ELY,T. P.A.General. Agt. more. For rates or other Information .
; There are no Letter- sit V."; G. DAILEY. W. M. T. B. Harris Paymaster General. 124 Peachtree.. Sl, apply on board or addrcu P. OBox'692 -
110AJ tXian these lots. A. V. Clubbs.a- 0 ecrctarY.4 '.' U. S/N. 213UT21 *Atlanta Ga. Pensacola F1a.I .






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;:.. The LateStUndwear Reese 6. Mendel, .: RUL 'ESTATE' Death i and. Taxes

adralttediy onlr sure things in, life.
..i' .. ? DELIVER SERVICE .Af: : the What. you
;tt The Home Tabors,. "are! e te1' Ulhappen you are wise If you prepare for.
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l' in .. EqritaWe's(:Continnouj I Installment Policy

:i,. Valuable Suggestions Patrons: I[:: McDAVlD\ i- Builders r ,jiiaail .ihV good features of the old policies, and decid-
: : Is'.a list of the 'deedire- '04J) :new features that were formerly :never dreamt of.
of the'ServiQe in Sfateof corded yesterday reportfd by the ;Jt ... :Let''u; eXpla\Ii.1t\ to''you.KnowlesBros..
Pensacola. Abstract Co:
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Florida. Harry Brooks to Henry M. Yonge Insurance, Gen'! A ts
:.4 ,01 and J.. Wallace- Lamar. an undivided! : .
Speclal'to The,Journ.l. one-third interest in the W. 30 ft. of i Fire Lifc; Pensacola
McDavid, Mar. '30.-Some of our lot 15 and,all-tots 16. 17 and 18. block
AZELL B. BRITTEN, RURAL good people around here.are not enjoying 78. New Cltj -Tract. $100; and ..otherconsiderations. I

: .AGENT OF: THE POST OFFICE this rainy weather as measles -L Mens: .
UNDERWEAR: TO FIT. is the complaint and, rainy weatheris Geo. C. Hallmark to Kossuth Kent
DEPARTMENT- FOR FLORIDA not the right medicine for, that dis Kennan,. all of frac. Sec. 3 -T. 3 Sol R. .........O.-..'-.......S....U..............H.444lI4H..
FITS BODY, MIND AND .
_El CQXa.A.IronWOi'ks
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ease. .
$250.
32 W. containing 25.12 acres.
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POCKET BOOK.UNDERWEAR. # GIVES, POINTERS THAT, IF OB Our private .school under the effi' Geo. S. Hallmark to G. C. Hallmark \

THAT DOES SERVED, WILL RESULT IN I cient management of Miss Annie Iar- liii Fine aiVfrac. Sec (3;T. 36. R. 32 W. 25.12 and Supply Co.
risen, is progressing 'nicely. We '
acres, $250Sallie
UNDERWEAR'S DUTY, YET would 'be fortunate indeed Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS 4
to secure J.
p MUCH GOOD. EL Hill and husband, S.: .
AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAM6Hlp.REPAIRS'
her services for term. FORGINOS, MILL *
IS HANDSOME ENOUGH FOR a longer commenC-
Hill P.'Wentworth.
:Mr.V.: .. A. Fischer :was a pleasant DAt Clothes. ing to Geo. Garden St. 12 ft. W: .A' SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders *
OUTERWEAR. at a point on '
here j. .day.or night Agentifor James McKay &; Co.'s celebrated Log, and i
caller Sunday last. Old
The following has just been re of',SE corner of Arpent lot 54, -
Timber chains all :
also of descriptions.
I Office phone
Dogs ; 122:
: UNDERWEAR AT 50 CENTS ceived W. B. :'Mr. J. E. Hogeboom was here representing line parallelwith Residence -
from Congressman City, thence'run N. on
PHIL *
: phone 1029: P/ O. Box 123. WITTMAN, Mgr.
A GARMENT $3.00 A GARMENT Lamar of this district: week. The Journal a' few V 1 days r this* E. line'of said Arpent lot 192 fU .........! .. .. ............. .............
A AND INTERMEDIATE Editor Peosacola Journal: J.. New and up-to-date line of Spring thence W. along N. line of said Ar
: .. Dear SIr-I enclose. a published let Miss Carrie L. Brewton Is .vlsltjng and Summer .Suitings: and Trouser pent lot 80ft., thence S. 192 ft., thence ,
',r.; PRICES. ter from Mr. Azell B. Brition Rural Miss Rosa Gibson\ near Pine Barren. ings. E.. along N. line of Garden St. 80 ft. + ++ .**.*.....+**.** + +

J I.:., "SEE THE NEW BLUEr Agent, that,explains! itself. The lit., Mr. Geo. Bonifay has'recently -moved :I Suits from SJ7.50 to J50.00. to:/point beginning being a-part.of
.. tle details. ')ie calls attention to, if his family here from Pensacola.Mr. Trousers from J6.00 to $15.00 Arpent Jot'St.-a180 the S. 42 ft.: of E% I
:t 'SERGE AND QUAKER-GREY observed by the patrons, will be of F. E. West rep'resentatlvof' I Join our Gentlemen's Suit' Clun. Arpent i Jot..5." Old City. $16000 and HAVE ANY I

j:: SPRING SUITS. much help to the value of rural deliv. a naval stores companY, was .here, Costs only n.5per/) month for pressIng other considerations.J. .

; \:,...'" ery to the peopleVer7'fruly, transacting business yesterday and small!! repairs; Wallacs! lAmar to J. W. Lusk .
.; r-" : yours Messrs. M. O. Baggett and J. E. Dyeing and Cleaning i of men's ana lots 9 and 10'block 124; New City Trt.. '
!: \V. B. I4AMAJt. Bowman went to Atmpre, Ala.. Sun women's Clothes'a specialty. $100 and other considerations. GASTROUBLES ? i
":..t M. C., 3rd Dist. Fla. day. }i iLMr. Give us a trial. We will appreciate ,.J. T. Spann to Rebecca Hamilton,
i L. C. Bre-wton went t6 Laurel your business. of block
TheJohnWhite Store trustee a loteu NE corner ,; .
f The 'letter'referred. to is as fol Hill Tuesday on business for Mr. R., REESE.MENDEL TAILORING .CO. 87. West King. Tract $145. : .
'et lows: Cowan. Mr. Brewton will probably Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. ,Clara and I* J. Jensen'! to Ralph! C. We 'Wish -to advise gas 'consumers who have any .
Iti1"Y 8p.cIaII.l la Men's W.ap. There Isiotany branch of the sov- return home today.- : Cushman, & 6JJft. of lots 19 and 20. : trouble whatever 'With eitier gas lights,. heaters or : I
". 205-207 S. Palafox Street I If crnment service that ha* become Mr. A. T. Rice, of Atmor. was -- -- ,- -- -- also. the' S. 65 ft. of the W 25 fL of t cooking ranges to promptly advise us. as we have .
=t r.'L. core popular than ,the rural free delivery among the visitors here Sunday. : lot. 18, block ,232,"New City Tract $1 a corps of gas experts always at the disposal of gas :
,\, ; Phone 252. mail service. The first three Homefolks friends Morris remedy difficulties .
>' and of Mr. C. Dannlieisser and ,other considerations. consumers to any gas you may
ili'. ,,'...... 1 loutes. went put Into operation eleven Oscar Brewton, an employee of the ""Sterrett Tate Walter Tat, Jr.. Dexter i experience. :
years ago in West Virginia, and on
;* _ -- October 16th of last there Wynn Lumber Co.. of Graceville, were Formerly of Dannhelsser! Bros.) Tate and Lola Tate to E. E. Saunders C
year 4 _
; ,' were 33,684 carriers employed and happily surprised to see his smiling, Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine l lot 6, b'ok: 11; East King Tract. ? -
3 face on our streets Thursday and Fri!-
: Marine Grocery Co. this year there will be about 27000. f Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. $1 and other considerations. i
: f-00 expended, In getting the mail out day.Mr. Mrs. ,C. G. Cherry .admrx. to E. E :
to the farmers and! others in rural D. J. Baggett and Mrs. R. L. Old Hickpry Whiskey MySpedalty Saunders an undivided one-sixth! in- ,, Pensacola Gas Company :
; 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. communities.A Archer, of Atmore were visitors! here 12 W. terest in block 50, lot 6 and also prop :' '
ZarrasoMa 27
I last week. Street. :i Phone 148. 24'and E. Garden Street.GORDON :
Phone 725. question often asked by; the people PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA erty In the following boundaries-

: .. is, "How long Is this thing goingto ------ wit: Comaince at the SW corner ':............................ .................:
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: V. J. VIDAL, Manager. stand?" It will be kept In opera-I The Original. -- --- ----- thence run E. 22*fa n.. commence at :
tion as long as the people patronize SAFES the 0W cofne'r thence run E. 7% ft.,
Q I THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO Foley & Co., Chicago, originated SAFES SAFES! SAFES !
It, and from the above figures it can I Honey and Tar as a throat and lung connect the extremities of the two bya '
EAT readily be seen that the service Is'no remedy and on account of th! great Buy -iebold ,Safes. straight line, $1 and other consld-.

I -- Just Received: longer experimental. merit and popularity ,of Foley's Scarritt Moreno erat'ons. l & BROWN :
Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch A farmer Jiving ,six miles from apostofflceVan'd Honey and Tar many imitations are Agent. W'm: A. Cooke. Clara W. Cooke, I
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p 60 kite; of fancy Mackerel), 1.25 perKit. "living on a rural route, offered for the genulna. These worthlESs Mar'e S! Hlckty and husband, Jas. J. -
told me "he"/gothis] mail at the post- imitations have similar sounding I HIckey: to E. E. Saunders lot 16. blk. '
:..4 60 kit Salmon. $1.25 per kit. office once a Week or 52 times a year.I names. Beware of them. The "g-enu. I!'. East Kink Tract. $200. ,
-- 50 C kits halibut ins, $1.25 per kit. said yes: 'tWICe* six is twelve and ine Foley's Honey and Tar Is in .a yellow IL oitvuj 'The Maxent Land Co.: to Mary C. -
;* ; $o ,kite of Cod Tongues and Sounds. twelve times "fiftivtwo makes 624 package. Ask font_ and refus Key er, l lots 6, 7, 8, & and 10. block HARDWARE COMPANY. :
4, .- $1.25>> per k1t.Blo&teu miles a year you travel to get your any substitute. It is the'best remedy 35, all of '!Jot 21 and W. 10 ft. 6 In. in -
Milkers and Roes HerrIng mail once V week when by puttingup for coughs and colds. W; A.. PAlemberte I lot :2, block 36the; S. 37 ft. 6 In. of ., ,.
fi I './::' Codfish, Pickled Salmon.! Dill Pickles. a box" you could..have it delivered: druggist and apothecary lot 16 and'lot 17 and W. 9 ft of the S. .' F

: .. German Sauer Krout. at your gaf6 every day In the ysr: : Soectal to 'Ji',{ ,;journal. 37ft. 6 in.Iot 18 and S. 9 ft of E. 21 ..
r' Pigs F.et in k-'ts! $ .OO. can youaff6rd to travel as cheaply Stockholders ft. of lot. 18,8.' 9ft of lots.13..20. 31
,' ManewU and Lange's Fruit Cake. as thl,. man? I Meeting.The Olive Mar. 30.-M-and Mrs. B. G. 22 and 23. ,S. 9, ft of W. 22 ft,of lot "
National biscuit Cog Fruit Cake. 25c It is the',polley of the postoffice department -. annual meeting of the stock. 'Creightbn gave their son Levery a de-- 34 A'l 1 In".blocks?; lots 1, 2-3., 4. 5. Mill .Supplies, Iron Pipe and Fittings, 1
holders of the Pensacola Carnival Association lishtfui surprise:.&. 1bl.tMayparty' '
where the people do not d!
pound. 1 ill 38 Iota ,
per 6. 8. 9'and 10, In'block ;
take enough mail to warrant will!]' be held, on 'Tuesday; on last Tuesday:; nigbt.t.'Athong: 'those Steam Pumps Galvanized Roofing
handle the celebrated daily
We blends of i ,
1. 2. 3, 4, 5, 6-, 7, 8 and 9, all in block
service to- put in three-Umes-a- April 3; 1906. at 4 o.clock'p.'m.. in the in attendance "wereMrsCD.; Dean,
toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee '
39; s. 37 ft. 6 in. in lots 15, 16, 17 18, :
week service instead of the daily I rooms of the Chamber qf Commerce Mrs. F. P. JernisaiuMrs: Minnie'Peri- Barbed Wire Nails Boat Spikes
Co., H. P. Chipman.- Manager. ser: 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, all in block 40; ,
colt r
Oaxaca. 35c lb. Gold Standard vice. Salisbury building. Election of dlrec- ; 1fr Johnson and Misses '
; 25c \ '
p. all of block 112 lots 7, 8, 9.10.11 and J
.,, '\ lb: Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden If you ar, -a. patron of a rural free.!" tors.. tf Maudie, Claudie, Era, Lavatus and 12, all fn block;122 lot 20. lot 21 except Tarred ,.Roofing. ,, Building Hardware,
.' '.. Hio. 20c lb.Strictly delivery route and like the service.I!I F. F. BINGI4M; Sec.I Jennie Uernigan; Misses* Cleo, Bessie ; \
fresh roasted and as goods tell your neighbor about it, an6 in-,I 24mtd. and Mabel Johnson*. 'Misses Minion triangular piece in SB part commencing Scissors, Razors, Pocket Cutlery.
any Coffee! sold In this city. duce him to put up a box and if you; ,- May and cambia Jones; Ma3es! on the) SE, corner thence ,
I! : Send us your orders and we will doIver don't like It. write a letter to the 4 \ 'Laura and Zoe PasKin<:!'ar, 'Miss Anna runalng; NE parallel with the E.boundary .
promptly. postmaster .and tell him why you do I $100.00 REWARD Creighton and Mjesirs. H. G. McKln- line of lot'G..;, also a triangular
pot like it. .so.anv defect in the ser non, T. P. Jerniran; Walker and Gir part of lot 22. in the NW-part of sa'd' SPEc'lAL'PRICESTOTHE'TRADE '
.. vice may be. remedied. 100.00 reward will be paid -for the don Clark Robert land Richard Mer- lot commencing about, 10 ft. 6 in. E. .
'!t Every royte .in this country should arrest and delivery to the sheriff of ritt Harvey and Rupho .Bo"ars; John j of NW corner,of said Jot, thence run- I'
have twice .as many box.es as at pres-, Walton county., cue Charlie Renols.a and Charlie McCann Ned Robinson ning in a southwest direction parallel Mail Orders Promptly Shipped. !-

.., 4ftJLLQT1 ent----- I I negro. Descriptont! : He'ght 5 feet George: Paasinear, :Will Smitfc, Morris with the E. boundary line of lot G., t
The following suggestions are giveni: :I 10 or 11 inches: weight about 1601 or Creighton. Mr. and Mrs.'Iodl, Creigh- being in the S% ,of block 58 on the TeIe"hone.No767. I
\ XPR!& to help your carrier: I' 170 pounds; bright mulatto, with medium -, ton. W. N. Van Pelt:'frocr'G0l1la1ng I N. side of.Romana, : street, ; also the W.
11W PRPAlD- You will. be. .doing your car-'er a'' large eyes. Has scar. 09 upper and Mr. Kelly fromPefcftatbla and! 32, ft. of ;Jolts'-and. N. 2 ft. of that part .N
great favor: ,if, .you will star* your lip to the 'right of nose and when last others. i* !it *or; : of'lot.'11 commencIng 70 ft. E. of th* .
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mail beforf! you put it in the fox seen he wore a blue faded Jumper Popular and pleagtag' ', ..me5'w re, boundary and 'SN boundary of saidlot ................>...;.................................
::4'I I or us.? the, government stamped. en- overalls, a gray cap, a new pair of No. indulged In by al.l Ilt ent'untll about and runnlpg E. 42 ft being in blk. t

-; -e; .. S. vel 'pes. 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to 9 p. m. when all gathere-a' in the din 8|. All in'the Maxent Tract. Sec. 42 The New Gospel of Pure Fresh Foods i
j
*> : In case 'jou: do not have' a stain be paid' by J.- A. Rchbciur! &; Co., ing room where refreshments wer T.2 S. $t. 30 W., $1 and other considerations. -
and have'te/ put money in the box.pleae Crestview, Fla. served. Music wr.sL nextIn. order, : i
IIQTS has- taken hold /Pensacolians as a new faith: It has made
.
2 wrap'iip'the in Mfg,
money paper --. :'Jennie :Jerhtgan, Ms;: Minion Josephine Sheetz to E. E. Saunders,
$1100 $jl.501c so he can pick' H up readily ,' Jones and Mrs. Jodie Creighton pre- all!Tight,,title and Interest in block 50, I E good. The, docfrlne' of pure fresh foods has gained a followingthat ; : J
W. W" RICHARDS ISA. '
Is indeedgrtlfying to the Popular Grocer-and still a tgrowing.
81 In addressing your letters do not sded! at the- orgim. All present also lots 6 and a pIece of lot 22% .ft. : t
:_ fr- : write abtfve the middle of the en-j| CANDIDATE FC'R RE-ELECTION seemed to enjoy themselves greatly by 7Vi alfbeing In the WaterFront- When your table supplies are furnished 'by us '
velcpe because1 the letter has to be: and left voting Mr.-*J..cvet a charminghost $1 and'other-considerations. 1 1t

t postmark o3"1'at the top 'and It might\; W. W. Richards makes an announcement and wishing him many more A. J. Keynton to Escanubia Realtv I t You Get a Clear Title i
'
/ blot out the address. ;;: in today's Journal that he is a happy birthdays- Co., one undivided seventh interest ,
*i---; t Put the 'sUmp at the' upper right candidate for re-el ct'on'to the office !1n-8 .acres rof that tract of land undivided to,purity,- goodness' and .wholesomeness which is the immutable : 1
Ii'S'- hand corner. I I of county tax assessor. To draw the fire 'out of a burn heal' desctj'bed! as follows! : SW% of I exaction ,required! (f every article seeking admission to our .
bftc jf44 I If you haTe visitors tell the carrier) Mr. Richards has. held this: 'position a cut without leaving a. scar, or ((0 the 'SW' %: N% of Swv4: ; W. 34.01623 stock. 'The'. goods must stand the test and it has been this! .
about them' so they may get the'rmall for a number of years to the great sat cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all ares of the NW% of the 'SE%; E policy that; has drawn to this store its select patronage. The :

..' I; ... (Jb If promptly.write to visitors mark | isfaction of the ]people of the county, skin and: scalp diseases-use DeWitrs 96.065 acres of the NW% and NE%, prices/too, represent positive savings. :
you ,
your
and his absolutely fitness for the of- the -whole 473.195 .
letter "transient/ the carrier pr-tV Witch Hazel Sav) A specific for aggregating acres .
fica will undoubtedly te. rpmembprqd all In the Fiipe; Priete Tract Sec. 56 4 .rTPhono183
CHAS. BLUM&CO postmaster im.'y know how to handle! pilss. Get the genuine. No remedy 14WGnrd Popular i
: the mall "properly., i ,$ when they cast their votes-"He U well seventh 'Interest In and to lot 19, blk. 1
617 AND 519 WSST BAY ST., to'lFut drive* up a good box oil'in the an hinges easy placet!and''| known and liked by every 'one'-who: genuine.. 84,, Wl"St''Klng Tract Belmont Numbering I ......... .!..."... ............... .. ..............
: JACKSONVILLE FLA. U, to. and knows him. ____ __ -,
also one undivided seventh Interest C _____ ____
lock once in a while with good sew- -
,. _. d t ( Why He Wa. Klected.
$ I in .lot 26. block 22 West King
L11 --i-- ----- Ine'Register: machine your oil. valuable letters and I I I .'H : : ,. t' A manufacturer expected to be In,beaten=the north.of at,\he England polls. Tract,,$200.-- I MELLEIM'S CHICK FEED:

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packages and send money orders for
,4L by his own employees with whom be
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of wish ., New Suit Flied.
any amount ,money you a receipt
The Season's for. IDon'fJump was extremely.unpopular. To his surprise The 'following new suit. was filed To newly.hatched brood. Why fill theirlittle
If a road traveled by a rural carrier: he was returned. His puzzled yesterday'ln the office of ths clerk .of
get bad. or a tree falls in, do not agent sought for an explanation." "How the circuit -court: l crops .with meal or other soft feed thatsoonpacks
wait until road working time but go Is It." he asked one of'the workmen 'State -Florida( vs. B. E. Whiddenan and
Popular an. cut it out;or fix the bad place so -- "you voted for your master when you ,S. B. Davis appeal from the : sours, causing many fatalities, .

: the carrier ned not report it to the to conclusions and ,thinkbe all have such a bad opinion of him!*' criminal l court; Blount & Blount attorneys when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains

department. "Well you see. mon. we voted far m tqf- .plaintiffs.
Sack Suit The department expects all roads cause you hare suffered so long so he cud put hisself -away In parliament will. furnish all that nature requires to make
. : traveled by a carrier to be kept opea; r in London. .We don't want flm them thrive.Telephone .

the and year.in good repair- at all seasons of from chronic PAIN/that It ig !ere!" TAKE IT fN TIME .. '

4 for men is noticeably It Is a increases notable fact the that value rural of:>>l fam I redelivery incurable. Whether yon call it Kr* Photograph JUST AS:SCORES .OF PENSACOLA I F. S. MELIEN? CO. No. 334

more eye winning ) rheumatism An Image impressed upon the.retIna PEOPLE HAVE.'Waitingd I
hack
) ing land: from flv$ to twenty-five per neuralgia. ,
than last year's mod cent. '. of the eye remains there an Appreciable esn't I

-: els. It suggests thc The department expended J about ache, earache, toothache :'hea4 'tlme. This Is the reason -WBy-A torch If '.you: neglect the pay., aching back, ......MMM.VV, ....*......, **,*......*..**..+.+++++**4:

$21.000,600 last 'Year'lor rural service swung rapldy'seemso] bft a circular ''Tlrlnary.' troubles, diabetes, surely :
same swagger set, but and $27.000,000 for this year gives an ache;a sprain, indigestion or.. flame.! The sensibility 'of the retina It follow,

'I- being longer calls idea of th9 magnitude of this, thapeople's some internal trouble,'of which Indifferent at different times of the Doans; Kidney Pills, relieve back- There Are Many Women Who Get !
,. for service.; But we are a great day. Every bas noticed how on ache
a cleverly
cut 'people and it takes lots of money to (cure kidney ill .
every
.
you don't rightly know ,the waking in the morning and looking at -
,
j r- waistline to overcome run our government. It cannot be the then' closing the Pensacola citizens endorse them.
bright window
.2.' run cheaply'any more than you cau nature the surest and most. Mri, M. White, of West Zarragossa More Personal Enjoyment i
: 44lt anybaggyappcarancethat eyes, he will observe> an impression! or '
run a "fflve-horse farm" with one SL says; "Any remedy that will makea .
its fullness would mule. reliable relief and cure is phantom of the window for an appreciable cure as promptly and as thoroughly .

4;_ : naturally effect. Let Us all work together to make time after his eyes are closed. as' Doan'a Kidney Pills did in my case '. out: of the things that beautify:! decorate and add coin- ..
f every route in this county a gOOd one HAMLINS WIZARD OIL. 1 l'i -well worthy of the highest recom- : f' \ ,
; AZELL B. BRITTEN. Some Old .... meedatIOfl.was troubled with my ,., forts-to the home than they do out of the things for mere :

See the blues and grays) Rural' .:Agent Post Office Dept., for "After all. you know" said Mr. Old- kidneys for some time indicated by i personal enjoyment. Handsome furniture in the borne i

: t both are extremely popu- State of Florida.. This medicine 'acts. .... directly. beau "a man is. only as old aa hfeels ae"ere'ptLlns in my back and sides. \
this "- *. eometlmes k was a dull aching and : ; is "source of unending pleasure -and comfort. By our : .
lar season. upon' the nerves ,and .blood times sharp>> I also -
La other twinges.
-- Grippe and Pneumonia. "'Yes," said Miss Fepprey ?:but soine at : Buy now Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture
and :
Prices from dizziness headachesand : i
range Pneumonia oftea follows la grippe vessels in such .to old men-make the mistake of thinking had severe '
but the of a way _as relieve 'alt"annoying dimculty with the : and pay .for It while usin-g It. ... ;
never use Fblsy'sHoney
follows they are:as'' young as they think the)':,
,happened to read advertisement
.. $$6.50 up to $18.00.H. coughs and and Tar.prevents It cures pneumonia la grippe and inflammation,.. reduce feeL"-Philadelphia Press. : kiditey5I in the paper about an Doan's : 'Sideboards, ,PoU.h&d.Oak. Plate Mirror, $15.00 to.... .. .. .$65.00 :. j

: consu pton.: Ask tor Foley's Honey swellings, and driye: .oat! :; the, J Th. Drawback. Kidney Kahn's PiHi.!'drug nd procured store No.a 9 box Soutn at : Bedroom: &uter'flnst! Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125 :

''I.n.l.TJr'l.nd refuse any substitute of. "How do like being. civilized r Palafot Sidney( St.. ,I felt relieved after taking Odd Dreatera. from $9.00'to. $25.00; Chairs 75 cent to.. .. .. ..$5.00 .
exact of trouble to which you
fered. Mr. O. Ya her, of 157 OsgoodSt. cause doses and before I i ,,.\
few
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Chicago writes: ")Iy wife had a the pain is due. asked the* philanthropist simple child of the third a box' I was completely finished cured. i c
H. 0. ANSON severe case of la grippe three years Price.50,cents "Well/ answered the .
nature "civilization is greet for the I ata now perfectly well and healthy
and It left with terrible! '
ago a
cotgh.She: tried a bottle of Foley's and $1.00. Fully guaranteed. mind but it Is mighty ha d' on the digestion. ax.: For far sale as nay by kidneys all dealers.are concerned.Price 50" MARSTON A QUINA I :

$t' CASH CLOTHIER, Honey and Tar and it.gave her immediate 0. ."Washington Star: cents. .poster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo ,
relief. A .50 cent bottle For sale and ,
cured recommended by New York, sole agents. for the United '
Corner Palifoi and Mala.to her cough entirely." Refuse substi WHITE'S PHARMACY,' Ability doth, it the mat* where Pre. States:*' -, > \ \ lO811OS. PaafoxSt.! Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. i
.
tutes. W. A.J.D'Aleniberte, druggist Peniacqla.TFa.' .sumption ovenbootetb ai&- diffidence }Remember the name-Doan's.- and ,

I a.M4 _&azx.,1' Phon 180, NlahtPhons44" $. 1- .' .falleth- abort.-..Cusa.--- ,, takeo.others ........._..M....':.- r............
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