The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
April 5, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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PRESIDENT IS CRITICISED, IN, Will Face".Arrest On,'Cr l mIna Congressional Campaign Managers Each Side is Expected Grant Salvage Engineers Probably j and Disposed of Considerable !PRESIDENT ELIOT OF HARVARDCOLLEGE

HOUSE FOR FAILURE TO ADVISE Chosen at J Joint Caucusof r Be Prosecuted Routine Business.The .
': ,Charge, Concessions Which;Will End for Negligenceand ALSO DELIVERS AD<
House and Senate.By Manslaughter.I Board of Public Safety hel DRESS DR. LYMAN ABBOTT
:TO CERTAIN PElNDINC Threatened Tie-up its regular session last evening, the
By Associated: Press r greater part-of which was devoted t ta t AMONG THE DISTINGUISHED:
LEGISLATION.By : (Chicago, April 4.-It was Associated Press By Associated Press long winded discussion of bids for

day by. Overseer'Toliva, of Zion City; Washington, April: 4.-: The 'repubUcans PRICE OF,' COAL ''DROPS. b CENTSA Lens, France: April 4.-Another furnishing suffer uniforms for men GUESTS .
of the senate and the house m tin j berg of the Police and Fire Depart-
( that in view of'tile! ;announced return miner, August E. Burton, was found t ....
joint caucus at the close of the ses ( TON IN NEW YORK'. AS; RESULT "ments, in.the course of which the
Associated 'Press of John Alexander Dowie tram] sion of the house today and selected a'ive. in .the, mines- ., .to-day after twentyflva members_ Dangled themselves up wit! By Associated Press.

Washington' April 4.-In the senat Mexico and his intention to' fight the members of the republican 'congressional OF IMPROVED. t CONDITIONS -I days of imprisonment. Hehad yards and, yards of cloth samples, :a Tuskegee,. Ala, April -The beginning

today, Mr. Newlapds discussed, the< ,, action deposing,him 'from,office, Vol campaign committee. Among AND PROSPECT: OF 'SET.TLIMENT.INDIA .t suffered less than'the. other miners pyramid of hats, caps' and helmet' j of the celebration proper of
railroad rate bill and Mr. Dan'el! th church mittee the following: J. IL Bennett MINERS things too numerous to mention Booker T. Washington's industrial ,
of Zion and all were
of lack of public !
question representation! by,
: grope ,
excitement the .
over rescue
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and sending
J finally taking recess, school
: ties standing in ,the name: of tbe Kentucky; S. E. Mludd\ Maryland occured to-day. The
the southern In the
states 'public ser church, The courts will be asked to ; Richard Barthold, Missouri; E. RESUME OPERATIONS. and people: are greatly exasperatedat in a call for help to the Marsha special train, bearing Secretary Taft,

vice. Mr., Newlands advocated amendments -,. appoint! Voliva. receiver within a few S. Blackburn! North Carolina; Nicholas 'u,r'** the slow :work. 'of the :salvage en-. and Fire Chief who, after much pax I President Chas. W. Eliot of Harvard,
to the rate bill providing for a days. The church officers today sal Lon $orth, Ohio; -N. W. Hale, '0-. lneers.4 t leying, found out pretty nearly wha:. and Dr. Lyman Aooott and Oswald
national incorporation of the railroads -' If Dowie returns 'and begins! legal action Tennessee; Campbell Slemp, Virginia; By Associated Press.::: I they wanted, whereupon the boar* .Garrison Villard, Editors of the New

and announced himself favorable against the present church offl I W. H. Andrews, New Mexico;. and B. Criminal I. Pro' ecutlons. wrangled some more, finally awarding York Evening Post, arrived this afjternoon. .
Philadelphia, April 4.-In anticipa- wh
: the contract H. 0. Anaonr President Washington delivered -
the cers or attempts oust ,them thty; is. McGuire, Oklahoma. Paris, April _4.=Tho mInistry ol .
to ,
governmental ownership will tion that satisfactory 'arrangements was the lowest jMdder':after all explanatlons an address of welcome and
of those utilities. Mr. Daniel's speed cause Dowie'g arrest and prosecution will be made by the- operators and:'Justice has directed an investigation had been made. addresses were matfeby Secretary
vas based on the provision In the< funds. on charge' of misuse 'of BATTLESHIP miners' representatives when they:of the'method's: followed' by the sal I The meeting was called to order at Taft and President Eliot

:i engineers at ,Curriaree with a 7:30 o'clock by Chairman graham, Secretary Taft's Address.
urgent, deficiency appropriation bit again meet in conference: : vage
: : Messrs. White, Oliver, 'MCGaughe,; Secretary said in part:
under the
for a representative of the Unltec! TEXAS SAILED general 'good feeling prevails\ throughout view to prosecuting them and Mayor Bliss*being pre3ent in addition The thirteenth amendment which

States at the Pan-American congress, the anthracite region criminal code for negligence and to the chairman. The minutes abolishes slavery needs but little dis

to be held in Rio Janeiro. next July FORSYTHE.[ FELLOVERBOARD Unlike the years of 1900-\ and 1902, manslaughter. I I of the last regular mating and ,two cussion. It gave to the negro the
:when both strikes were preceded by special meetings were read and ap boon of freedom, but it left four or
He said that the plans of the state department .: GOT; AWAY FOR KEY WEST AND I '
pronounced agitation the mine workers proved.Fire five million of, people, not five percent
did not contemplate representattoB ,- i CHARLESTON AT 4:30 YESTERDAY : appear to believe that''When the president' .has decided not .to Interfere : Department ;Accidents. l I of whom could read or write
: of the! south or'the far west,: t conference finishes its 'd F.beratIonsi in the strike as lon'g'as. conditions Chief( Bicker, of the Bra Depart i and all of whom had been dependent

and be. then entered upon a genera n [ U n AFTERNOON.The i they will 'have adopted 'a plan which, remains as they are. ment asked that he be given more 'upon others for what they ate and
consideration of. southern participation : if it does not comply with the demands time to prepare his monthly report wore and did, as children loosened ia

in national affairs,. contend ig battleship Texas, whjch 'has I of the mine workers, will at Governor's Letter Considered.New on account of his inability,to get insurance the world." Enactment and enforcement -
; .
that political! differences! should. been in port for several weeks sailed I i least grant concessions rEsulting.1n! .I figures, which' was granted of this amendment was, of
permitted 'to prevent!sach.partidp3Uoozbn noW -: for KeyWest: and Charleston yester I the resumption of ; operations.- Yorlv,April 4.:The Shamokinscalecommitteejof Chief Bicker reported that the Hool]K I couse, essential' to the progress of

a "broader ,scale. "The'defiosncy J.S SEA-[ day'afternoon 'at -f:3' o'clock. having P Thisfeeling-ia'olue'3sll: ;f}art to:'the : the,anthracite miners and Ladder truck had run over Fire f'the negro. It is true that in some
., 1llt.taS .amended' so 1lS'to completed her record target"practice reported concilatory 'attitiidtj-' both 1 field a :session'todayi2d-at'the.' mail Granam wh le uewagmaking i a Sarts c!. Ihe_soirtk a system of servlfada -
provide formore delegates to .. pn the range off Pens coli parties to the conference and alsoto close President Mitchell said 'the committee coupling to a water plug'earlplii th< for debt has been creepinginto
the con- thereaftei '
: statements made by thereturned' had considered the.communicaion month and that shortly vogue, but the decision of your
gress. : --- It is understood that tie monitors reassuring
I GovernpIemypacker and one of the hose cart horses had fal Jonesof
and upright Judge
I and torpedo boats which left here delegates to the independent [ from own able
Ii i also the offer of the-anthracite operators len while turning the corner of Gov the Federal court and of the
THIS Well Known Fisherman and Divei some time since for' St. Joseph's bay convention.
IS NOT RUSSIA streets. The
; ernment PateJox that
three the and highest tribunal of this country
to renew .for years :
to engage in record target work :-will Whtle hopeful of peace, the miners I
PRESIDENT NOT LIKE 4. CZAF Fell from Smack 'and join.the Texas at sea or at Key West have prepared for war, as !evidencedby award of. the coal strike commission.It chief was asked who was saltf responsi that I peonage may be reached and suppressed
r Disap
We for the accidents of federal
negotiations by the enforcement
.that further
after which -the fleet will proceed the fact that the picketing has become ,I hi unable tc
Washington 4. usei after investigating, .was has made its contlnuanog -
April -The h northward,_calling at Charleston andpossibly general throughout the region. and propositions! the operators penal statutes,
during today listened to a criticism of: eared'Immediately.. In' Instances pickets stopped I be' referred to the subcommitteeand .place the responsibility.' an imp ssibUity.
the'president on the part of Mr Fitz ,other ports en route. men many today 'and compelled' them to I an .adjournment, taken until .tomorrow The feed report for tha month pi 'It Is now the habit of many contemplating .
gerald, of New York, for the failure .' morningIndiana March brought on considerable discussion : the' condition of the two.
of PRINCESS ENA HEREAFTER TO prove that they were relative to the merits of different southern states to shake
the the ,
chief executive to suspending races in
properly advise John ibetter'! known as;
Forsythe,. HIGHNESS order
President Mitchell's
BE HER ROYAL and after :
,. b kinds of oats and hay that the negro
the house as to the he Work. their: heads and say
"Scotty-"a,brief report of whose deatl '- work. Miners Resume at considerably .
tad arguing the matter is far, far from solution and
for the bUl relating to Indian lands by falling overboard from the flshinj London, April 4. King Edward', Indianapolis, April 4.-Six coalmines length the members of the board problem th in this respect are
in the grazing purposes Mr. Fitzg3rald smack Clara S. Grimes reached th; has ordained that Princess Dna, of Roosevelt 'Will Not Interfere in the Evansrille district re- arrived at the conclusion that they dark.* prospects Plans have 'bees suggested
This course of his remarks said;: city some time since, lost hls Ufe> soul Battenburg the future queen of sumed operations It s generally i ,knew nothing about it and the matter for the emigration; the negro race
is not Russia. The president: after the vessel crossed the, Penance- Spain' shall 'henceforth be styled' her' Washington, April 4. There is au beleved that ,all the, operators in': of good or bad feed was referredto .'to' some other country where the)
not,enacts like the legislation.Czar, who originates and la bar three weeks ago last,Tuesday.I royal highness. thority- for the statement that. the. this field will sign,the scale 'this weeky'GOjH'Bmcr .I the I would live and grow up by themselves .

The presidentmay The Grimes arrived in port yest'erdaymorning - .. _uun__ __ _I chief.Marshal's Report. I and have a society to themselves
: recommend, but he can neitherorginate with a fair catch of snappers I The report of Marshal Schad for : anH create a natton ty themselves
nor enact legislation. and to a Journal representative the[ month of March was received and : Such a suggestion is most

his shipmates told the story" of. his ordered filed. It showed the total chimerical. The negro has no desire

tragic death. t .: : amount of fines asessed to have been to go and the men of the south,would,
AGED CITIZEN 'The Clara $. Grimes iced, took 01 .. ::: $1,485.75; costs assessed $226; fines seriously object to his going.
aad sailed., for the fishing costs collected' $182;
provisions ( : collected $973; It makes no difference how the negro -
banks along the west. coast of the pound fees collected $67.60 and fines came here; It mates no difference -
DIED YESTERDAY Florida. peninsula on 'March 13,. passing -1 i' worked out 'by the Board of. Public' how impossible and objection- ,
out of the harbor after 'dark. Just works $447.50. Sixteen prisoners escaped ible- the amalgamation may be; its
after crossing Pensa.cola\ tar "SCot / V/HA.T from the, city 'street gang during makes no difference how impossible
noticed leaning "WONDER ,the month of Whonf seven were them to together
ty" Forsythe was ; it; 'may be for come
MTR1CK! 'MALONEY, FOR 45 YEARS against the port' hrouds.of.the1 mainmast ;" \-. WOULA2HtNKOFHLSiJ recaptured. A total of 2168, meals socially; the negroes are here in thisjountry
his body inclIned. slightly out were' served to .prisoners at a: cost as a part of our people and
,A RESIDENT OF THIS CITY, board. Two of :This shipmates were '" .. of 138.70, or about 6% cents per re bound to continue to be a part
on deck near him at the 'time and I .. meal The collectiona-ffor March 1906 of our people. They are entitled to
'AWAY AFTER, 'were startled when he'suddenly lurcned .. .' were 5T10.15 lean than during March: the unceasing effort of our whoid

LONG ILLNESS. forward and fell ,Into the sea. Two ..' ., /, 1905[ people in their struggle for better
lines.were immediately thrown to him,,, I 'I'' ; Contract Awarded.. hose, iiings, both because it is our duty
but he made no'effort to catch, then The contract for repairing and our interest. when: called OQ
and after floating,about 20.feet away : ;carts .Nos 2 and 3 and the patrol he negro has never failed to meet
Patrick Maloney, who for the past from the vessel!disappeared!: under i wagon was awarded to the Pensacola death and suffer for this country, and

45 years has been a resident of Pen- the surface ,and '\\as.\ not'.seen again. Buggy Works ,on their bid of $303.15., be only flag. he loves. The negro's
a. G.
jaeola, passed away. at his home yes. : effort was made:to save him,, !l'$3 only'other bider.was. the hief: hope of progress ts by making
Every the
terday ,Carriage Co., whose on his husbandry valua
Welsh and
i morning advanced age. but without avail.It }Is thought that his labor
The funeral will take place today at heart disease and two hose 'carts atone was $240.8a. hIe to the country.
attacked by
4 P. m from St. Michael's 'church. was extinct Horse Committee Reports. When we regard tha story of forty
Mr. Maloney, who was i'n! the nelgatorhood thallife was practically" when The committee on horses, asked for rears through which the negro of thla
the water. ,
tie touched : time which was granted. been obliged to strug&le.the ,
of further has
eighty year, of ,are, was 'one. of the the ountry:
Scotty" Forsythe ,was ensued on
*e11 known Then[ a discussion which I already alluded
throughout the city and progress
'divers fishermen residingIn for the
ryas highly! esteemed by alL He had oldest and( question of securing horses to, material and educational is won*
been in the city. having been continuously aep .rtments. It was the, concensus, Consider the condition ol'
health ierful.
poor for long time,
a with the1 business 'of fishng team !
bllt it connected (f opinion that a good after. the war. Here were a
was only recently that he was 'and diving for)over_sixteen years.Ie out of in S10Uld// things
tonpelIed je purchased warlike and masterful people
to take to his 'bed. brave,
"well thought of by his com- to Ioca1"-
was / to demonstrate who had been used to a social condi-
tALL MONEY anions, all of 'whom sincerely\ regrets T 5/\ iit: I' kInd of horseflesh the city is'willing ion In which the negro occupied a
REACHES untimely death ,w! was a.memo to buy. Chief 'Bicker, who was In status, brought by law to face servile
18 PER that he :bad,
CENT. IN NEW YORK ier of Flshermen' aBensvolent. Asso- Mobile yesterday said of sharing political conrol .
he prospect
-, Oation Star of 'the 'Sea,, and of the 'ouao! a suitable team there Hone the' with the poor, ignorant, bewildered -
By Associated Press Knights of Pythias He leaves a wife price .of which was $500- The but yesterday were -
New III. to take ;
cached York eighteen April cent.4.Call here money md four young- boys to. mourn,: his ) \ \ \\& I commIttee :was in"authorized the premises as it heir property. Declarations of equally .
The lowest per today.1' oss. >- 'Ii\\\\\ \ \ such action : and popular rights and universal
cent was six and one-half' per( night see fit. suffrage offer but a feather's weight
loan; the ruling rate sixteen;' the last RESIDENT j.:. M.? BAR; opSEABOARD.AIR Summer Uniforms. uniforms. against the inevitable impulse of hu-
fifteen. of
LINE: RESIGNS. /The question of the police andre man nature.It .
.- .I for th* members impossible that with the elements -
ETHEL ... was then taken up was
BARRYMORE departments
WILL 3y Associated Press. recited in a general mix up I have stated, there should not
SUBMIT: TO KNIFE TODAY New York, April 4.-'Afc'a meeting md lasted for about two' hours.Shea have been disturbance and fraud and
>f the director*.ot the :Seaboard AirLine smoke of battle had clear- Violence and illegality and oppres-
By Associated Press Railway to-day ;*-_ M. Barr r& ,hr Ctl hay OFTHESLAYE 5 the the bids of H. O. Anson ion. The negroes vote, after a long .
thj Boston, April 4.-Ethel Barrymore, signed as president-and, general; manger p away accepted for the uniforms, the truggle, the history.c-f which I shall
hers; actress, was taken suddenly ill of the railway"company, hisesignation were being $16.25 for the po-; not recall, was made to count for
licequoted !
today physicians diagnosed. here 13 firemen, the leaders of thaouth
to?:take effect April and $15.75 for the lothlng. Then ,
operated. ; as apendicitis and she will .be Alfred Walter ',of;. Baltimore: ,; was '::,i The llcemen priC3 bid on the uniforms for in many states, came to realize
on tomorrow ./ helmet demoralization of all society iflaw
lected as his 'successor.ONSTITUTIONAL. ,. included a summer tha
---.. .f ... :(: policemen bid on uniforms for the fire- was to be floated and fraud :was
ORIGINATOR OF PARKHURSTENSATION : ; :DEMOCRATS .. '-#;,' .. ,. ... men md Include a summer hat with. to constitute the basis of government
: ----- the law
ELECTIONS about to make
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:. ; I :, N Mabson, sexton of St John's ,quare with existing conditions by;
By Associated Press By'Associated-Frew.; i emetery. was granted police powers property and education qualification
thew York,. April .-'Lacey .Rogers, St. Pet' aburg, April .4.;-the vlc-; .. '. ... and several applications for summer fhich should exclude the negro.
e recently told( District Attorney tory of the constitutional democrats I 4 't .. -- jobs on the Police department ..werTead 'The very desire to avoid the fraudu- r

erome a raIse story rerodIng a plot in s the St. Petersburg; muoidpaV elections ] THE LAMP. .' ." -. .- and ordered to take- the .usual- fent and violent methods which wra
to : Intent jubilation _4 -- .. OF ... '. -amount of the colored vote i&
3a8alnate Rev. Charles H.: Park. has Caused .' : _$..t. '" ; urs3. After a small1 wont to overcome
ha Nt. was sentenced today -to ,serve in the: prgss-Opepaper: :calls : ACCORDING. ; TO THE OLD'AB B1AS1XRY,'THE LAMP: --HAD.A SLAVE,.. OR -GENIL 'THAT. ; :;DID.YLTS,.";_ itner routine business the board'. ad- .
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and t"a blow 4n- theface .( y
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It contains: carminative principles of.plants. I I ) A whole army of boys tut,
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contains wholesome aromatic liquids which'"are '
LirJ :. Forcedto' S&ek& Other Places : .i, .-.
agreeable and refreshing to the taste. f .--,', .to t TH "d' 7UR1)AY
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It it isn't that they.any
is pleasant. .' i It isn't lack; a ,
rLI. :fl 411 are skillfully and scientifically compounded. I "i brighter than- yew; it isoV
:. It'"is efficacious. : i '. have better .
; % : Many of the oldest fishermen residing 4 that they any
Its value'is due to our method of manufacture ., chances than you.F .
at left the
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It is not expensive. 'l'heyjust took-hold of tko wcrk , the originality and simplicity the \ 7 within the past few weeks, accord ,1. heartily, and found that t baking.T.

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owing to the fact that fish are 'i -
the ''
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scarce that the of the :
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: .'" Manufactured by ,i :11 i iFQRNIA to the people ia your town-to get thea
; business for them
j: 1 profitable as they '
; lit It is perfectly safe under an circumstances. \ ,t !I I.' flOw have to maw trips of much I F to let you deliver It every ..eel.( In a few
weeks you'll have a rep l1st of cu .
v : It is used by millions of families the world over. longer in duration than a few years ago -- tamers and be making moRey pteacBJy.;
order to get to fishing grounds
i I You don't need a cent to start in. We
lfu SYRW _
1 It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. @: Iii f' tain.where To a good a Journal catch is reporter reasonably yesterday cer send ten' copies of THE POStfree.. Sell
these the and that furnishes all
at 5c. copy .
& : the fish-srman in question'stated :
r If you use it .you have the best laxative the the ; r the money you need to buy further sippfies. Sit
: case follows
as ,
San Franciscot Cal. ?- down now and write us a letter that you: wan! to geyf' .
1i ; world: produces.m ., Louisville Ky. New York N. Y. I' "During the last month fully twen &: .' in line to make money and we'll send y i everything
ftve of the who ,
tr- best men were
; need to start. An education at any business college in
44i FOR SALE!ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. j 4 ever in the fishing business at thisVO't the you country free to boys who sell a certain number of copies.
; have left the city, as it was next (

: to impossible for them to make a living //'f/

= -= here under present conditions..
= Cash PrizesEach
) -. : ,;. .. fur -the last two months, especially, $250$ in Extra ]
3 S a IWtW* W T ,'of, ..... .,' .. ...:_.. :":'':]'''' :' .. ..;.:. !' .. the catches nave been very light and, '
it I is said, that the fishermen sailing Month to Boys Who Do Good Work

1 .. r from Mobile and Galveston are doing .
n o'' better than they are here. COMPANY

ANN1YERS&BY[ & OF r L POll RD : I [ T 1 issel.:It is to no come* uncommon in with thing a. catch for that av' THE CURTIS 1728 Arch St., philadelphiaCATARRH

, t ALLENTRIAL I l isBEGUN I : BOGtA'v I rlii os!, for not where pay the fourteen expenses day of trips Ihe

fl ere the average three',years or s

TUSKEGEE[ Special to ,The, Journal.," Special-to The-Journal. ago month.; the This average makes now it is necessary nearly to F H i

:Pollard, Ala., April. 4. >Ir. Geo. [G N. AT T Bogia, April 4.-'Rev. N.; (Baggett, ; take in double the quantity of Ic3

Scott of Mississippi; a ioimer resident :filled Ms appointment at 'the .M. 'F':. and provisions, and a vessel now thaningu t. FOUL BREATH i
of Pollard, wag shaking hands b in less than thousand snappers
church Sunday .last will behind. I don't believe .

im S SCHOOL H Lntlnued L-' ;with week.his old friends one day this Master, Willie"here Lambert, of Mblino, that a great run many of the men now .If You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant) 'I
MILTON visited relatives Sunday and Monday engaged in the business here make '
:"W. C. ,Coleman is attending court lasJL clear more than $12 or $15 per month Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have

this week. (Mr. Walter Johnson, of Montgomery and 1 tow1 of jaany who have not Foul, Sickening Breath, That Is Catarrh. '

Mr. W. .L fitory, of Albany, Ga., is at home for a two months vacation. ma4e that in the last month. or so. .
1 ,( from First Page) spent Sunday in JFWlard' among "The nsh have been .scarcer in thelist CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B. "

the south friends. Town Crowded With M-iss Olla Lambert has been on the : .year or two than I ever heard ,
itgelf indicates turnfor
a ''Misses Lola and Bessie People Anx sick listMisses of before and the smacks have to, go Ii your breath foul la your voice husky? mucus membrane, and B.RB.sen s a rich, "
'tc the better. 'It\is Impossible to frame Finlay madea : II your nose stopped? Do you snore at night?
: flying trip to Brewton Minnie, Nora and Cora Bre w.ton. long distances to get any at all. A : Do you sneeze a great deal Do have tingling flood of warm.rtch.pure blood direct .
ious you f the
a }taw which;will, on its face, stand th,< Friday re to Hear Evtoce. rejuent to paralyzed nerves, mucus membrane
of the vessels do : ( In the
test of the fifteenth amendment' ndi turning Saturday. Against were the guests of :Miss Olla Lambert great many now pains forehead? Do you have, bones and joints, giving warmth and
pains across the ? Aro
i which MM; Lea Bryant of Mobile Ma.. Sunday last. their fishing along the Florida coast sense of smell?. Is eyes there you losing your strength just where: ll la needed,and In thIs
WinJet ultimately operate no a dropping in the way
; Allege Stayer of W itmire. of them going as far south as making a perfect, lasting core ol
matter what the;qja1iftcaon nor present 13 visiting her sister Mrs.. Jack Par- Mr. C. H. Johnson, of Atmore spent some throat? Are yon losing your sense of taste catarrh In all its forms.
Tampa. Some still'go to the Cam- Are you gradually getting deaf?
ker. Saturday and Sunday .
1b! effect to permit a certain claasof .. with homefolks.Mr. } : buzzing sounds Do you havo ringing in the DEAFNESS
: banks- but just the
: peachy! now winds
1$ Part Avant, of Moss Point *: Ban Entwken, of Pensacola, : ears? 'Do suffer
Miss yon with
i negroes to exercise, the. ballot. It Special 1 to,The,Joulal.'Milton $ the nausea of the If yon are gradually growln deaf .
are .too light andsjuncertain stomach Is there y or are sl
is in visited ; a boo taste in
: town'visiting relatives re3.tiys and friends here ready deaf hard
and a of
3s true that some''ita.e 'constitutions or hearing,
A/ ; the mouth? Do try Botanic
-rFully/.one losing the hare
fri niis. thousand fewdays' lest week. chance! of cargo 'too greafto yon a backing cough? Blood Balm(B/B.B.). Most forms of deaf
or. laws with the so-called 'Grandfath you cough at night Do you take cold
make that trip anything hut haz- ness or partial deafness
i4 er' clause to C. H. Edwards was called to. court, .people were ,in ..Slilton'to-day to) Miss Berth Lumbert was a guest of easily, If so,you have catarrh. and in are caused by catarrh -
operate curing
may temporarily catarrh
financial of by B. B. B.
attend the zardoufl, from a point Catarrh la cot only dangerous
exclude him'but as they expire hi e f. for Monday, returnee witha trial of George Allen, Miss Carlie Brewton on last week. view.; but It causes uleeratlons,death and in this deccy way of:, their thousands of men and women tare had
t>roid smile as usual. charged with killing Messrs. John and bones,1051 hearing completely restored. (
Ea5eaw Jojhnson Paul of thinking and
tect the limitation Whit reasoning ,
,;; on adult male suffrage >'I 'beltevie many more of ,the fishermen kllli power BotanicBloodEamB.B.B.ispTe8gant( ) :
Misli itobra K&Ky returned. home mire- Lamlbert made a, flying trip to Pen ambition and energy,often causes loss
in ta
Decemter : take.
must become more' lastt
'r4 nothing than I the depotin would leave if they could get of appetite indigestion Thoroughly tested for
from raw 30
this wek.3r. sacola yrs. Composed of Pure .
educational or property qualifications G: : Milton dU'an: altercation! over evening. away but as it is'we. are 'losing. the: throat and reach ell to general debility,idiocy .\ Strengthens Weak Botanic Stomachs In.C1'e41eDu. ,
K'FoTmtahfW-Local :rcan4 :
Miss. JulifLBowman is an applicable to white and negro alike the trunk : : a .guestofMrs. .besi xn-4hmen who lafcen attention ad once. cores Dyspepsia.Jfrlce 61
&i" !lave large tot
dMate Sr sheiiffv--Was < rummer-'whici. .bpth ? Cure n ty taking BotanlG Blood per
in : W. fi Balpx: :
Pollard iSrsgnan TakElal..d1feete4
class of y their 1.It.notClU'e.t nfcen
a is times (B.B.B.It is
Igor.ant ben
When persona so S-- &i -**" c. trying car* o' jnone/y/ / were, s qtactT&dicaVpennanent right Is
uday. .were secure. ,
ti: and so subject to oppression -. .- ; to Miss Corrie Bowman ,was a caller goOd :and. saved enough to cure because it rids the nrstem of the poison! Sample quantity Sent free taken money refunded.
J -i "Miss Jo.acs .arrtved in town a- we k: The regalar, 'panel of. Teniremen: in Mdjarijl Suutfay! last germs that causd catarrh. Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta,Ga. by Describe;writing Blood Bdlaj
$ misleading that they are merely"political get: a-.rv' oa. (B.B.B).purifies the your trouble,
not cab ,from' Gttoer.iAla.i :land at once be- was exhausted" 'ano\ '!i e'CT.D.? : >. Club Were' out trying blood does away with and special free medical advice :io alt
t 'children having the mental I gill wlflf a"fevofthe; -BpecleV venire to corroboratioiu of the; 'statements fyerysymptonitgivingstrengtli! to the entire [your case, also sent in,sealed letter. .*.
: stat s of manhood, then It'ci.nhudy; dren'to etTiin school .chil of 60 '\V ?ordered iby.he."court, ; from their neip rubber: tires: Sunday _after of the .fisherman, in .question the ,.i .
$ be said that their yoke in the government ventiori.f>- 'She"reodved; :Maids Con liich >ttiQifollowfng ''jury .waa selected noon. Thy say that: they .can over fact thai many .61 t e"boats. are ;.arriving .

$E 4 secures any -benefit/ to them. agment.1: .;but: nevertheless] poor encour- tovtry' the &, .1'!. L. CallowaytSi take the A.;. G. ,V. ,Club of McDavidnow. with: : very1 small, catches onof '- --

1 Therefore, it seems to me that a policy in succeeded: .: Ji' nithJ Joe Presley, Jas. B. NoW;.who, can say that our little the fleet of Saunders & "Co.," coming -

i: of the southern people adopting cftha givinf"us fe'Terrgood qs..went how.' Part: Campbell/-J: ;. Hi, Hart, .J. ji Hopwell 1 town is not becoming' more- 'like' in a ago. with less than 1AD l1Take QUiDiDe-1 JJT
proce toward
laws-which exclude Impartially boththe of 'our I'liCne' 'old* school benefit Jr.. H. 'SteaJeGeo= : W.Moore. Jr;. Chica&o! every'week.Rev. 200 fish rand-one of tbs! vessels; of >

&L Dlacfc and white ignorant and .irresponsible seems .the outside world shanty. It T. J. .RofeecC h., :Wi T; Wolf .. I., jr. T..IUng1m will.'fill his regular : Hoist &;100., which arrived yesterday

could not be criticised.. needs .in the way of a good see comfortable our A. Cobb and:; Frank M. Ric appointment at Rays chapel next: brought .in' oily about 1,000 fish after lOlolyou do H yoa are a victim

But it is said. and with what truth I l! .s<:h ol, houe, much. better thanL Owing to the--prominence of the Sunday. All are invited to attend, being out 24, days. I- T- o! malaria.: '
; M do not know that families of both:' parties and 'the fact I: .
these laws
are Intended our townsmen "do, coming from
afar .
Do It. !
that they'numerous I Don't tc Dangerous.We'll
to be enforced by'means of the! giving us at five dollar starter, our relatives' FULL LINE OF E. P. REED & :
Li discretionary power vested in elec' citizens should make a move in this I ani friends throughout'this ssction' HOR ESHOES. CO.'S ,OXfORD TIES JUST RECEIVED. p- admit it will cure malaria, but it leavesalmost j f"-\J
lion and other state officers so as to' direction and let's by ill means-liavE more than'.ordinary"interat i ia shown LOUIS FRIEDMAN: & CO. 2t '- deadly after effects.
p in the aflf0r.ho8ame reason,I The Three tmcky Element That Are
4Th exclude the colored voters -
'With vigor: a modern school building. Our "
it was, with ;great ."difficulty. that al .bioet ted la Tkem.
a1 under their provisions and to allow fat mayor and councilmen are still:1 Ii BERBINE'1W
I1 the whit voters, who ought to be ex: sleeping eo. let's not disturb them this jury was secured" to.try the-case, but I The .superstition tiiat associates the Intimation
eluded .' was !finally accomplished at 3':301: horseshoe 1Vltb'good luck la No member.'tjf the British
wi to enjoy the franchise. :Assuming ; Just now. oh LIt parliament ,
this to be true, still'the situ.. Our. street, superintendent Bill I p.The nt prosecution- is represented*- il said to prevail not osiy amojjj is peEmttg&tp-say: bluntly and direct ,___ Is purely vegetable and absolu guaranteed

tlon is by no means a hopeless one, Lett, (Cot) must, have gotten his feet:t States Attorney Walter K hoe C. English' speaking people, but In all thl ly that@otli is drunk but he may to cure malaria, sick headacHe, biliousness, VlII1 t'Yi

t1't t for the negro: and the political power wet'11t11e' Past week, for we see him Jones and H. S. 'Laird,, .while ,the defense : raees of. Europe and in southern AsI L. hInt at 09 fact in periphrase, as when find All ctoaacn,kidney fln4 liver ocmplainta..

'that.h.e. may exercise in the future. trying'hard to fill up some 'of the is in the hands of 'Hon.. T. F; Antiquarians are undecided whetherits Mr. GQ&sn&e, replying to an uncon- TRY IT TO-DAT. 1J

deepest mud holes., It will take Bill I West, Judge Maxwell-and Judge L. J.r origin has-to do with the material ventionaT jjeesh of Disraeli's, remarked -
: all the .summer to finish if he don't t 50 Cents a. Bottle. AU Druggists.J
4q' The Original Laxative Cough Syrup Reeves. -.p----u from which the horseshoe Is made or Ihe Bt honorable gentleman

'4, Kennedy's. Laxative Honey and Tar. get ,along faster than he does, with ,The following"witnesses'weria heard with its shape. has evidentJ Vhad access to sources ofinspiration
It expels all cold from the.system by his wooden shovel- and runabout: for the prosecution :which, It I ALL DEALERS.Tbe .
: ,Mrv. Horace Hbod: candidate for opened. See The ancients believed that iron as a feat are not oPen to me.
acting as a' cathartic on the bowels. state auditor) spent, a few hours'in .immediately/: art r.-'the jury hadb4n L metal had great secret powers, and A.vtoleaksceae was caused In the parliament .
Kennedy's Laxative Honey < -
and Tar S secured: Dr..C-. .3.- McKlnnorw. L, of flotbria.
they drove Australia
Pollard, Tuesday. nailsinto their walla by a
a certain, safe and harmless I as a
cure for F' Monroe, !R'Jf1lm.x.;: .and a '
gaunders'Courtney of Wager protection labor iuei4e (, legal col.leie Aurora PANAMAS
colds croup and whoop& cough. : Ala I Srummer by the name of JL M. against pestilence. The paying .a Borealii.The
ij} has bought the Bristol place and I :Adams, who was the innocent Arabs when overtaken by severe stormsIn "3a|'ftbwffable and learned ancients viewed the aurora borealis -
wiU mOVe his-famtlT her* t.Hle wp. 1r the desert "Iron genttema w 1. once cabled to the bar with 8tltfQUS BLEACHED
-- fif the trae-Aflv. 'Thrt latter was cry out, iron!! .8up aw.e, looking BY
; Was accepted a. posi placed under'bond at-the' time-of the which they think will propitiate tie and be gwxe frequently wlth- upon it as an omen,of direful disaster. I Leave EXPERT WORKMEN
Hats Cigar
i i '.j'M with the (fUnds?y Lumber Co preliminary examination ,of the evil spk4a which have raised the out'being efUed." iae angry barrister It is not,unusual for descriptions of at Wagenhelm's
Store 32 Palafox.
fTh.e. handsome residence S.
of H. __
C011EE1LLtI D.
; .Will ,soon be ready for prisoner and came, beret titom Mayfield storm the Scandinavians have .bel d Rtorted tea drb&teg skunk!" old time ,battles to mention the fact I

Then ;ave in a cottage occupancy with- : Ky., to act-as, a witness at the from time immemorial the idea that It Bw taIyli. <>i2i withdrew and apologized. that the "curious red 'northern lights' PRtSSTHr '

&H .It* glory 'will prevail trial. ,. or'.e was lucky to find a piece of iron. .. gave us warning that something awful ,
We There;!ar abbut eighteen, : :witnessesto As was about happen.." In BUTTONThe
are the Pioneer ,. The new, bell for the Baptist regards thb form of the-horsesboft the annalsof
be htar
church has .arrived and has been ivfor the prosecution and, there Is no doubt that among tbe ancient Clan-ilac-Noise; 'Is to be found an
3' Coffee Roasters. of :. placed in the belfry, the sound of it defense !ndlt; is ngblleved; ,the the 'form account of a aurora which j
is case w1 l go. to the...jury;.before the accent was much favored MAY PROVE FATAL purple I
West Florida.L'L a great improvement over the lighted''ux) the
old northern skies
just end of thej.weelj.. This: ..isespecially as hating lucky or preservative in the
one taken down. .1 true as -every step "Inr the case will powers. Ornaments were shaped in year 688"A. D. oil the night preceding

FULL LINE OF P. 1 be vigorously contested: this way to drive away evil spirits. WHEN. WILL PENSACOLA PEOPLE the dreadfut battle fought by the Irish
& The Chinese have their tombs built 'in tribes of Leineter and' ilunster. and It
CO.'S "
LOUIS .FRIEDMAN & CO. 2t a semicircular form, like a horseshoe;*, [necessary to, mention the fact
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF. GERM. and the Moors use the same tOm In : TANCE OF IT? that the people took an omen of'the

: their architecture. great' slaughter which, soon fol-
WHITE RAINBOWS. l Is the Only Possible Way of -
1 Having lowed.
have A trialwiliconvincethecon.) .
no equal. An Effective Cure., It may be remarked that in the. my

They JUe Formed toy Time Rata If you see a woman:or &'man with thology of Europe horses were also regarded Backache, is only" a simple thing at JL French CbaracferUtle. 1i(1 'i
ud a Strong s... luxuriant hair as luck bearers, and superstition first; ; 1
glossy ,
-u noisseur that you may be But when you know 'tis the. kii-: Now, what I like w much in France ggI \1I'i
we '
Though rainbows are generally associated sure neither has dandruff to amount once supposed that a'hQrse's.hoofplaced is the clear unflinching' .
make with.colors, there is to anything. In nearly case under the bed would cure.. neys-; recognition by IA
r no extravagant, such a every certain That serious kidney troubles follow everybody of his own lock. They all The SUllpIest-5aral-Wat_
phenomenon as a white rainbow. The wheire> / women, and men ll&ve'thin complaints. The horseshoe there know H&IIcIiu4 oolr Perfect 1I II
claims. brittle ; on which vide their bread is but. $. Peu. No '
:1f4.liing 4
Shair, 'they owe it to fore CWI 6J1cr JI
circumstances necessary for its forma dandruff may be said to unite within Itself .That diabetes, Bright's disease may tered and take .a .pleasure in Knowing _0 laic to ifO-w dogginj
tion are'a fine rain and a strong sun. preparations There that 'claim"ar\$ hundreds to cure C/ three lucky elements-It is in the shapeof be'the fatal end! It to others which is surtiy the better or.hakmro 4J

:Wholesale and RetailGROCERS The phenomenon is due to the optic dandruff, but not 'but Newbro's a crescent it Is made of ron, and it You will gladly profit by the following part of religion And.they to lAthe Ton one scorn picture)tsd the pea fill!* I
has been :
: principle known as interference. If Herpicide tells ;you that 'dandruff is taken from a hors experience mike a poor mouth over their poverty, .las"da.b." :
the .drops'of water be Yery'-small, the the result of a germ burrowing into 'Tis the statement of a Pensacola whl 'I take Io lie 'the better part of Wrftmsihefnatntit ;!

HL Interference of the rays causes such a the scalp, and that permanent cure Fatblen Cnied by Deformities.: citizen: mat liness.-Stevenson.-- I ad et tae! pssr I IEaglej50
complete overlapping of the colors that of dandruff and Its consequent falling Of the close connection between fashion Anthony Collins of' 420 East Inteadsncia -

the bow appears white. and baldness, can only be had by and deformity there are many ex street, says: "Mrs. Collins The (;eaao 10" I t I

c and. all kinds "of: Feed' :That Vto,say,*the various prIsaUcIusteadof killing the, germ L and! there, is no amples. Through illness Philip the read an advertisement about Doa 's "What! Wed such parrenn?' .

i StuffsvPluto rotorl; ; being hrowout other preparation that; will destroy Good had to have his bead shaved. Kidney Kahn's Pills and procured a box at claimed the.proiij beauty. u: I; i
that but Sidney; drug store corner
Newbro's ,
separately,. asxn the ordinary prism, Destroy germ the cause, and you Herpicide.remove Shaven heads accordingly, perforce Romana: and Palafox streets. She suffered ne has ,mlllions.1' responded t..r 'social No.IS with 14 brat wild JOlt! i
t R? are thrown 909 on'the top of the other became fashionable at his court from mentor,''"and, remember pea pg/.Dt-b/ mlaiuze4 ;.
the effect. For sa.leby W.. A. D'Al- at aching in, her you need robDcr*&d fully{nanatced.fld .
and the Jigot U thrown bythe sun, as emberte, druggist and, apothecary, The daughters of Louis XL hid,their loins ana across her back after working not associate, wjtb him" tter yoU are Eagis"FIasla"No.Z$

:!; WaterWholtfale it were"OIl a.sheet of rain. The fine 121 South NafQx'street, or send lOc very large feetrln long dresses; hence hard in the house. She ussd less married-PhiladeIphfa< Bulletin.Ignorance. withgoljband.$2.50"

close'ram'produces the same-effect asa in stamps to The Jfcrpicide 'CoDe trailing gownS than one box of Doan's Kidney Pills --'- ,- --.. Eagle largsslz.F1aA".No.. .2&$3.00
"woYeri:eitnre. Tfcis result] Is still troit, Mich'' The wife of Philip IlL set tbe fashion'of : and they did her much good. I have I with geld bud.,$4.00

i and 'Retail : more &oticeable"where a fog takes the hIgh' collars in disguising! her Ion. ; .,heard. these pills spoken of highly by Mr. Nuwed--Why did you discharge Sutd ..
I placed i the"ram: Orvel. neck with a wimple. different people who have tried, them th'e'coott,: deaetLjrt' Nuwed-She & Other Store*

t Thejjhenbmenon is not often noticed *I made these, bls lt ..Dyse1t. Da- Henry Plantagenet introduced boots and.all consider them a remedy which was incompetent darling. I told her 40091 All: YOUR eQ PEALER. If be

: because the'conditions necessary to the rid," said Mrs. Copperfleld With: 'honest with extravagantly.curved toes to'con acts up to the representations made to make a-few" sweetbreads for tea. "FLASH"fsmsuia TOB UM,..Eagle lica
T NCw Orleans Grocery Co, formation. ,*. white rainbow are a pride. ceal a growth on one of his feet for .them. and she didn't_know hqw. Exchange. M.end Each the retail Knobtdr price direct! to
by all dealers pea '
sab patu&cc4.
stroogvlisfat, A. cloie..ra1n..anda 'sua "They look very nice Dora,' replied Louis XIV wore a wig to cover,nnsightly For price 50 .

David, picking .of, them, wens on his head, while JamesL ,cents. Foster-Milbura Co., Buffalo The Race frofelem.
tint neat .te'.horizon. These three one np and agents for Eagle Pencil Co. .
.York.sole the ,
bU Jas. McHugh conditions are not often present at the making an effort' tep1It) it--"A11d they adopted voluminous trunk hose..,afterward -: New States;: United L The pmall Chap-Say, ,papa, what I!. .,..1IIatWc .

:4; .'lame time.-London tiUd rd. are still hot. How- song. 'ago did .700ah fashionable, to hide hip dis.ease. Remember the name-Doaa's-and I the race'problerji! ? tapa-Picking win. 3 I EtodwQ,Na. York

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:' The Gnat Dandarine Never Falls to Produce the Desired ResultsMISS

High School Juniors and, Public ,: '
;. Lewis' Lair was very,this and it was less than two feet in length whew

i/ pppo o eo0Y00 +- School Team WH{ 'Confest. t she began using ,Danderine. She says her hair and scalp ere BOW fairly

,;,l teeming with,new life and vlgori .
for Supremacy. That's the main secret of this great remedy's! success as a Lair grower. It enlivens

T TNtJ -- t ,invigorates and fairly electrifies the hair glands and tissues of th.

scalp, causing unusual and unheard-of activity on the part of these two meet important -

N g Two teams of young athletes, one i organs resulting in a strenuous and continuous growthof

A representing the High School and the the hair. .

other Public School No. 2, are practic- v The following Is a reproduction of Miss Lewis' fast letter. .
IE EI I ing hard for their field meet to come 1 >

off Friday afternoon, April 6. January 3, 1905.
This meet-is, held, among the Deer Doctor Knowtons! v

N younger boys only the regular, an- You !know I told you m my first letter that my Lair would .. .
nual meet of the Classical and High t' I not reach much below my shoulders, and that all of it together e
R 1 Schools having been declared off for 1'I't only made one tiny braid.
IstheSeusoninthe this year. The cup which, was given: 'V" '"' I am seeding you my photograph,which 1 had taken at Stevens
YearN by the citizens of Pensacola to be competed Bros. It tells the whole story better than I can tell it. '
,for by these two schools cannot,, c Everybody know is using Danderine, so you see I am doing
',_ ftJ of course, be given as a trophy to t something to show my appreciation. '
ru : banner will be presented to the winning

When Man Biiilltn4 Beast is at captain. w
i Both teams have been practicinghard Mr, a; Danderln makes the scalp healthy, and fertile and keeps it

At Capt. Barrow's of the Hlgt so. It is the greatest scalp fertilizer and therefore the greatest
J :. .'., L \ kY School at Kufrian's Park and Capt x'? hair-producing! remedy the ,world has ever known

!U JPin' 's.of School No. 2 at the groundsof 4 It is natural food and a wholesome medicine for both the hair
4 k : a
I : their school. All the, candidatesfor
THis BeStL! iT places on these teams have shown / and scalp. Even a 25c bottle of it will put more

$$l remark .ible zeal in their constant and "s. genuine life in your hair than a gallon of

ru ,..'_"" 0 '. ,. fU unflagging work for representative : : "- :. y, ; '" any other hair tonic ever, made. It shows
honors.: results from the start.
/ :%:* : .r. -_ "t 4c very
in # / -t. Captain 'Barrow's team :was crippled '
To ::the best Man needs coineto' m considerably: by the loss of the Byrd Y J ) "1 NOW at all druggists In three sizes ,
ijra put on .;every must to our store brothers, Olden and Elmer, who were i, .w. ,y *25 cents,60 cents and S1.per bottle

.... s among the strongest candidates for ., f B I?E To show bow quickly Danderine acts we will lendrRcE.
tree by return mall'to who
s large sample anyone
positions. However,' the- team seems sends this advertisement to the Knowlton Day
% WE SELL THE ,VERY BEST! Hi to feel confident.that they wJU.wIn, al- latest Photograph of MISS EVA LEWI3S72 deriDe Co. Chlea ow1th tbeir Btme BBi ttUresa 6Bd 10 cents'
though they know they are up against ,* ,Hamilton Avenue Chicago' silver or stamps to pay postage.

N 0 m some good material h

, v We have samples the diplc stpickof the Clothing ..cen 8j and;The depend No.!2 on boys lightness average- to win younger the : .

N ter of the world-New York TO-DAY we want to see N.., their short sprint representative races; while is in considered jumping [D H AONL'

among the mst of his size and weight

i all our friends, and we want them to see our, elegant stock of The captains have tried their: men ,
in different events and after considerable i'
I trouble W trying not;'to give rfnERft I TH1UKruseto m. YOUR\ TONGUE it"t IS so
N !Um one man too much I to do Captain Bar '. !Y'1. fN' rul AIN .y BR4 I1J; HAD SEVERE, DOf'iiittiJ1
row has placed -the 'Hig1f} -School: boysIn z Tr31N !iT1< DIhIG i FaR TIER GO b IN MISra
Hats and Furnishings Gp A DOCT
I Spring Clothing I ; SCjtEllAliG
,. the following' events; : TO'BE Sttk:'(E5. ER.t!WOWpEkrC ; '- OU ARE VER'SKK.tip
RunnIng High 'Jump--'Stout, \Fell
.f'i't SIC// NORlfO
m Het !berg. pfgR.
1 ru Standing High Jump Borras, Fell. I OIt\WHt\l\: P,tN. 1 ,

1 5th Easter. Running Broad Jump-Ainsworth, St
lit April0 J is fU I Stout, Zelius.Standing j

!U1 Broad Jump QSorras,Heinherg. -'
-f. i
u SO-yd Dash-Barrow- ATnsworth,' -

STANDARD CLOTHING CO. I I2aa Coleman.100-yd Dash-Barrow" 'J-o !Heinberg_ ,:!

Coleman.' 'U20pd Ir
Run-Zelius, Bemis, Stout I w

flj 440-yd Run-Barrow, Borras; Fair-,

aaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaa.eaa a aaaaa child. A: iLl'NlltiE i0 U 1L HtiD SETT lgitt.
Relay Racs>HHeinber( ?., 'Sto! t, 01- 3 rv g. R T "6fflAM. 4cEa1Q !' T -
sen, Zelius.
4 The positions of the 'men in":CaptPine's i5 TEMPfgiCI01 f9 ((10, R f ,..
CUTGLASS'AND DIAMONDS : team have not been given but a t KMIDt E4

New'Stock-'-Ontythe Best: [ T THE[ [ X I N they will be known ''tb morrow. Suf a, .

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218. 'S.:Palafoi! SL QUESTIONS EXAMINATION (boys fice it have to say a ,hard however:1tf proposition1'on t'th H_ S. f-; j TRIS 41MfiEAR Bill,= w ;

with such men as. Gould, :Meyers, '"
TURTON A. BELL. Pine and other flrs'tclass 'men who r t. a ,

kodak PHOTOGRAPHERS Supplies.' Finishing SINCE(ar 1870.Amateurs.. FLORID T TAX X fOR S SANITARY may some_ be pf the depended points., upon to carry' off' I

The official names will,)e. given to II I
morrow. Cars will be ,.provided to A' I
R. 1(. WHITE handle the crowd. 1

Watchmaker Manufacturing'Jeweler and Graduate UW INSPECTORII [ t I ICftl.
,Optician,,30 S. PalaJsx Street, Pemacola Fla.. To draw the fire out 'of a burn,heal *
a cut without leaving tf'scar, 'or to
4q0 iF
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all ARE 'feUrtEl ofttlObl
: diseases s t SMHD tlJC, SIrFtTRD TiE tt
skin and: scalp use DeWitt's t
Tersely Told 1 1Ja'ckson Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for } IS FK.RY lL t; DEJIi 'tA EO tP} 0 1y

[Lumber Co, Secures Restraining Be Held at the City i Hall on piles. Get the genuine. 'No remedy '. Ms IH;SntiK4, i K GOOOMESSIpU
;( : G fM1SJeR
such : relief.
causes speedy Ask for
J. C.' Anderson, of Caryville! 'was Order( Against Walton April 6 at Welch All Applicants W1tt's-the genuine. !'I 1 i{, 11NC plfTN1s! IS'AWfUt!. tt1Si

among the visitors to the city yesterday. -
County Collector Will Be Tested. FULL LINE OF E. P. REED' & it F j .
I 1k ltxt h8G I
T. B. Britton, of Florala, Ala., was LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. 2t BR1- /'
A case involving the constitutionality tIAIES H15 0TE r .
la the city yesterday,on business.The :An examination for the position of ,
--' --
of the' laws of FlorIda'relating' to SLEEPING. CARS. gA7U oil r,>7ti '
Progress Club held its regular the assessment of taxes was heard Sanitary Inspector will be held at 4MI PAltr11 OC !

Weekly dance'Sand euchre last night in the Federal Court yesterday and a the City Hall at 4 p. m. Friday April Th. First Crude Ones Were Thought K HE tq q I '
The first 'prize was.won by Mrs. Neu- temporary restraining order was is 6, for the purpose of selecting men the Acme of Comfort. nE lET DtN ( ;
ffian. j, directed to.Chas.'S. Turner tax
i Current advertisements! describingthe
to fill the position provided by the
collector of Walton county, restraining -
The spring term of the Escamba! 'him from proceeding with the collection recent action of the city council increasing luxurious appointments offered the YES,THAT'S YD'1eE iCOlt t1fE X15
County Circuit court'wUl convene in of taxes pending the final adjudication he; 'number! of inspectors modern traveler on sea and land give WHAT 1 WANT OJG SP1E KtiO' ,! !:Sfl: l A liC1i f '
this city on Monday, April 9.. Thereare : of the suit. during the summer months. It fsl I point to the contrast afforded by the ]HI Airme 'spire G lay itE ooT OR NE, KOW..W
between 75' and 80 cases on the The action was brought by the'_Jack understood that there are a large facilities of the middle of the last cen- wt 8
S -
docket, many of them, important I. son Lumber Company who, by attorney -'' number of applicants, for the vacan l :ury, which were then regarded as the ; f t. YdGI'trtl ING.GREAT FEE?

The steamer Capt. Fritz leaves this contended that 'the law of the cies. The notice issuad by the, height to which the passengers had a NROtl4 IP TOPI AND
morning for Freeport and other points state of Florida under which tax as- mayor for. -examination. is as right to aspire. The issue,pf the.Pt'nn- EV 1 R. P

on Choctawhatchee Bay with a good sessors, assessed taxes without noticeto lows: fal-I. sylvania Railroad and Mining .Register t ENvr 'PPOSE
cargo of general merchandise, the taxpayer, and without giving [Sanitary Inspector *f June 28,,1856, said: ,-"
Notice is hereby given that there
ing large consignment of Includ-I the taxpayer an opportnnity to be "The Buffalo Car .company lately
will be examination applicantsfor
Freeport. She will carry out heard to give the value,of his property Sanitary an Inspectors' for the' city.of shipped' a lot of cars for the Illinois
An order
ber of passengers. was unconstitutional. Central railroad which are far aheadof
num'l '
to show cause was entered,, by the :Tisnsacola, on Friday April 6th,
A negro, whose name could court, returnable in 10' days which I' 1906, at 4:00 p. m., at the City HalL! anything, In their line .yet seen in
froin"mak Rule two of the Board of Health regarding the west. One of them contained six
ascertained, was badly injured at the restrains the tax :collector -
Sanitary Inspectors provides staterooms, each room having two v
Navy Yard- afternoon. While the cause is final- .
yesterday ing collections until\ "Rule 2. Sanitary 1 ,; S1LAS.tnraratt
: Inspectors;
seats with cushioned backs, long ,
forking in
a kitchen ;.be suddenly ly decided. or applicants for the position of San-, I tam e+!us ta:ww oast tv Ie xtFasaa vies'coat etDta; tai
pitched .head foremost Into the fire, enough for a person to lie upon. The .
itary Inspector, must pass an examination .J
badly burning his face. 'It is thought DAMAGE CASE i before the Board of Health, or backs of the seats are hung with .
that he will lose one of his eyes. : VBHDrCT ''AT MILTON. a committee Appointed1; by the Board hinges at the upper edge, so that they ,SAILING: LIST OF '

Advertisers are again requested to --" I of Health, as to their qualifications, may be turned up at pleasure, thus ,GULF TRANSIT CO. FEED MELLEN'S CHICK FEED'newlyhatchedbrood.
,Special to The Journal I condition and forming two single berths, one over the .... I.
SPud i in their copy for ,neit ..Sunday's'ltster physical as to their -
Edition! as soon: as possS3)l3to Milton, April 4.-1h Judge' circuit Francis..court knowledge of the ordinances relatingto other, where persons may sleep 'With Following is the sailing list of, To your Why fill their
insure its insertion. 1bis'will 'be",a of Santa Rosa county, the Health department, and sanitary all the comfort imaginable. In one end steamers from Pensacola! consigned:
B. Carter, presiding, bras with meal other soft feed that
bIg : 8npgedj measures. Such an examinationmay of the is : wash with little crops or
paper'and,will have a large circa jesterday in the damage suit car a.small room, to the Gulf Transit Company: I
kton and every advertiser should 'bepresented. Pooley vs. Messrs.. A; P. Hardee G'I extend to the applicant's ideasas marble washbowl, looking glass, etc. For Liverpool August Belmont, now soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities,
what be may consider sanitary or the side otthe from Vivina, due April 10th; Gra-
On opposite' car in port
the Bag ;
J. A:; Bryant, representing unsanitary. All questions must be mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains.
Twenty defendants faced Records dad Sash Factory CppafY., in the staterooms is a row of seats with cia, due May IQth; E. 0. ,Saltmarsh,I when a
'submitted writing, and the answers -
Vaney in' the municipal court yesterday Pooley's young son, a boy,of about thereto in writing, and in the revolving, backs, similar to barbers' due June Runcorh 7th. Asuncion de Larrlna-i, will furnish all that nature requires to make
of sometime ago, whilein chairs, that the For
age so arranged occupant
mornings Seven were discharge years I' presence of the Board of Examiners. i
two givea-30 days with the option the employ of the Sash Factory I CHAS. H. BOSS, may sit straight! or recline in an easy ga, now In 'port? A steamer,in May. them thrive.Telephone -.- "
*H leaving the city witbJn! 12 hours,I Co., caught one'of his hands on the I Mayor and ex-Officio Chairman Boardof attitude at pleasure. The other ,five For Venice-EmiHa, now port.

One given ,60:,days, one case continued rip saw, necessitating ,ths amputation Health cars have each two or three similar For Spezzla=Dinnamore, due April F. S. MEUEN S CO. No. 334
fingers.This damage:
of two
f fines
assessed amounting to ,staterooms." 8th.For
'of Marse1l1esCayoBonito, due
W6 compensation
and suit praying ,
costs. the result. The Jury returned Counterfeiting the Genuine. The birth of the Pullman car came a April 5th... I
SiO.OOO was ,
t esterday'was plea day in the CrItn; a verdict in favor of the Sash Foley & Co. Chicago, originated little later. In the spring of 1858 For Trieste-Emilia-:now in port
that Court and three prisoners'went Factory Company after three' hours Honey and Tar as a throat 'and lung George M. Pullman remodeled at For Boucau (Bayonnei Haslingden
Wore the court and entered pleas' deliberation. remedy, and on account: of thereat' Bloomington, J1L, a few of the cars of due April 20th. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY!

jnjrChas..; Lisco was- fined $ ofl The Sash 'Factory Co:.. 'was merit'and popularity of Foley's Honey, the'Chic 'go and Alton and made them For Antwerp rAugustBelmont, now '
V months in jail for carrying concealed J repre-I and Tarmanyimitations' are offered -
sented by Hon. T. F. West 'the first Pullman sleeping cars.-Railway In port '
: 'I for the --genuine. These worthless r. IK LAWRENCE, ProfHftor. No 3 Waif toman Sf. Fh u. tad.
weapons, sentenced to represented Bonito, due April
and was ten, and Mr. Pooley was World. For Genoa-cayo ,
three> {initiations have similar sounding : .'
months in addition thereto. Maxwell -of
by Messrs. Reeves & 5th. .. .
T'o Beware of them. The -
< colored names. genuine '
prisoners pleaded
pensacola. Perfume of Flowers.It ,
guIlty .Jo minor offenses and fin- to the, defendantsall Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel-;
Even conceding Is claimed that the perfume of Your
U low package.Ask for' it and refuse. No pills Is as pleasant and positive Order
costs glow-
ed. and : the sentence bein'speaded justice Minorities, feel a flowers as'soon the
5 Hon. T,. F. I any substitute. It Is the best remedyfor disappears as a DeWitt's Little Earlr-RIsers. These GOAL and WOOD
behavior; that .
during good ing pride in the fact ICE
; is exhausted andIt
single handed In coughs and colds. W. A. D At m- starch in the petals ,, .'Famous Little Pills, are so mild and I ,
I ,
wore! people i :-than ever before, are West wresting succeeded victory'from ,an antagonist berte druggist and apothecary. may, it. is said, be restored by planlug effective that, children, :delicate ladies. from.Oao: ,
;)nng their .desserts the Blue RIb 'represented by such remarkable and the flowers in a solution of sugar, and weak people enjoy their cleansing consume,.' Ice and Fuel' Company 4
D011 ;Flavor.." March sales/ of. "Blue,unquestioned legal strength as this FULL LINE OF E. P. REED' & :when the formation of starch;and the; effect, while strong people say they Chased.Tarrajontu f1i1i""liii' \ .

...bban. Lem'o'a and Vanilla the Wg- well known firm of Pe>sacola CO.'SqXFOiRD TIES,JUST RECElV&eo. emission ,ot fragrance will be at once are the test: liver jillajsold. N.sver Ofi!ce-Oorner .
J'el "; lawyers. ,_ LOUIS FRIEDMAN & co. it resumed. gripe. 3a

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I ; bc: ttMa I "Coming!have a tsjast'al.: greeting- ,their :;shadows for you. adyertisjn&weep a'store.i&"> 8 'WU :w hlch ,.to '}- ': probably.How will: lOur How: cold.about,be tomorrow tonight? Worse? The, Mo

: ; ; riot Cold is colds tend downward. ftjhtExcursion
;" but the, "coming events" in Tou J5"O jed 3 rit (leal of'snrplus
f store will notrcasttheir' shadow { 'c pttal" In your business- Stop
--- --- surplus Pectoral. Your doctor will tell you can do this. Ask him all
Jar unless they are effectively anymore rtfian-i; ..youneed ,
4 DAILY. WEEKLY. lerk3.apiW invested. In advertising about it. Ask him if he has anything better for coughs and colds. Then
: in advance. follow hl's'advi .e whatever it is.w..uvellO SeCriti I w.auh J-aiyrco..
Is ut. to .workl" C ofaB oUl'medictuea! LoweUJul.
implyapltal .p
PUBLISHED! EVERY MORNING Wl le "a new broom_ sweeps

...BY... ;" a new; advertisement sweeps "We spoil the coat by scanting a

i ner; and as you would ,not buy little. cloth;" and.we spoil a .business must have come to me:before ln order see-th 'meeting- peByeen-Stendhall t\ud,

; THE JOURNAL / whisk broom with which to. sweep day! by "scanting a -little space" In that I should have been prepared to Hammond vas5so-,trong that it relieved -
condemn 'Hammond upon such evi- me of thenecessity, of placning.
: floor do not use a few inches of our., store-advertising. '
S ru-.n J1xuuu. L .flMnJ1UL JLflTt, Li 1 I proceeded ) animal Instinct
dence. 'I11Olqure
:,;';: ; There was merely the physical To the life
c It was: no great feat to climb the Iron Saving Station
'c FRANK, L MAYES, President possibility that a secret passage might '
t-. Jut I will not and indeed
L : ( :+ Jt:+:"':+:-+<+;+: :+:+:":"':+:4 .lead from Stendhall's portico to this fence describe ,
house upon the street below and yet shall never clearly know, how I THE CUPIDAND
iiE3 MEMBER THE'ASS .. scaled the: side of. Stendhall's house.
/ my mind would never have accepted so

: ; 4JU1J5, 5I5U V _5r -- Judge Ch as. B. Parkhill of f readily ..the suggestion of mr partner's Once at 'the window, my difficulties

treachery unless unnoticed hints of its were over. There were. a fair footingand ROBERT L. E.

SUBSCRIPTION - inception had been accumulating in the a hold for. my bands, but I could

dt One year.-S 00 Ono Florida's Supreme Court i remoter regions of my brain during,the see nothing. The window was a little Will Leave City Wharf at

ct Six Mouths.;.............. 2 EO One ( past month of our joint labors with the way openand'the draft was outward.

j Three, onths...... -,'....... .1 25 ) .. Desborough case. so that the- curtain's 'edges seemed 8 o'clock to-night.

: ', .... ..... ..... ... ................. ...... .. ...... ............................. 'glued to the casing/ My excitementwas S
'1tn-ww WnrJJr-WJ1J1S -.-#- JI.A-.........-..IL..........,-...................... v--a.........1 S .....SSv'ww .....".---.V.V. .a.-...-......- .---5--v.-v. In the succeeding portion of the nightI Returning to
maddening and:;the minutes were City at
The Only Pensacola Newspaper slept little and thought much, and as ".
endless. Then suddenly the current'of
a result cf it all I went next morningat 12 o'clock.PHONE
i, Circulation Statement is always a matter of I interest to signed .that office in. 1904, when he the earliest possible moment to the air changed. The curtain swung some .

i I wnr uuuuJw- citizens and.voters to' know the was appointed judge of the First Inches inward and I could see into the
-rsut Central vaults where .
Safe 204
J ; Deposit we
who offer :: office. The
w for'publlc Judicial Circuit and was nominatedin room.,
; Offices, 108 and 110 East of this sketch is no doubt' the primary and elected for the full kept certain documents of capital importance Stendhall stood with his back towardme Capt. B nnie Edmundson
I 'I personally to as many citizens term of : to'our affairs. Among them i
;4e Government. Phone 38. six years.AS a presidingtrial looking across a broad table to the i
was the original contract drawn nearly -
Florida as any: other man in public Judga he served the people with door which an ill favored fellow who I
.f I UNUWS private life within her borders: to- that degree of diligence and fidelity twenty years ago between Clarence :::;:
seemed to be a servant bad just
,; PEXSA.COU\, -FLORIDA, THURS DAY ; and while this is true there that has always won their approval. pesbor ugh and Richard Stendhall, in open-his
be some who would be glad to He resigned the office of 'rcult whereby the former ceded a part! the ..a.foldedpaper
4 advanced and it to Extra Line
hand. He
? .. more of the career-of this gift' Judge In May, 1905( to- take a place : control of his business to the latter. A gave
Judge Chas B, PthHII Floridian, and a brief sketch of upon the supreme bench, in the.pace! dozen other men in the same field of industry Stendball, who gla ced. ,t it and nod-

.. life and achievements at this lime of Judge Francis B. Carter, resigned, bad committed similar indiscretion ded several times.." The servant with

of Florida's Supreme ,Court be appreciated by ,all where he has shown the same careful and then Stendhall bad executed drew, and pot a word bad been spokenuponeitherjslde. Pure Cane

B .Parkhill] son of Captain application, fairness and conscientious the first grand coup of the career <

d The Journal publishes a brief sketch this W. and .Elizabeth Be1! my discharge.. of his duty that marked and which raised him to such heights of I slid down from my perch without a

lic services of Justice Chas. B. Parkhill who was born in Leon county 0:1: distinguished"service in every' position wealth and How it was done thought for my neck, ran round inside Table
power. Syrup
nation by the democratic primary for the father's farm June 23, 1859. His he :has filled. : has never been disclosed-probably bya they 'd to the front door and pressedthe
!t was captain of Company M. He has, notwithstanding his busy electric button. "Upon the front the
j ber of Florlda's'supreme court. trick. as simple as the commonest
Florida Regiment Confed life and duties found
many exacting house had a conventional and inhabited AKFORCrown
Escambia county is Judge Par-thill's old States and killed in sleight, ofband.. The salient fact is
Army, was time to take an active part as a Democrat : : look. 1: erpected'a'prompt response to

senting it believes the practically unanimous in Virginia: when .Charles was serving In-the councils and making that, Stendhall_began at once to arro- my ring. Instead, there was a long:
in years ;gld. speeches for his party in gate to himself powers not delegatedin Brand
this county, takes exceeding pleasure < every ,wait .during which I had a strange
; the war.was over his mother part of the state.- --He- 'Was elected. these agreements, and when the i
term to the office which he now fills with sense of being, scrutinized by bidden
back to' her native county of Grand Chancellor of the Knights of victims peceivedhisintent and turned 1 Manufactured
:!! When Judge Parkhill was appointed"to tJ where Charles was reared. Pythias of Florida in 1890 and for a to study their contracts not one of: eyes. by

::1IiL :Broward some nine months his friends was educated in the'public schools number of Upon the/fartherYfiide.of Stendhall's
/ ago, years was a member of th<3Escambia those documents. could b /found. Then
ct11 ( fin ornament to the bench an honor to the. Jefferson county, .at Randolph Ma., Rifles and then captain of began interminable lawsuitS marked house there' ,was ackrriage way closed Florida Syrup Mills. I
; College Va., and kt the Universi Company K. Florida by heavy gatea,5 whlcb suddenly were
life's work has centered, and a credit to the 'First Regiment, by incredible scandals disgracing I
of Virginia. He was admitted to State Troops, and afterwards major of J. rolled 'aside. .XcJosedcuriage\ rolled
'jfte had been assigned to serve. And they law in Tallahassee in the the Third Battalion of F. S. T. When many courts; but Stendhall's gripnponthat I[rout into the road, and I thought I heard: For sale by all leading grocers in

VJfl 'fTtouga havin-g now served only a brief' of 1882 and settled in Pensa- on duty with his company in Jacksonville seize industry which he had Some planned- to. muffled,cry from within it Clearly quart bottles and half gallon cans.

Justice of the supreme court, he has jtistlfi d'rl at the close of the epidemic of. after: the fire he was detatched L gre'v always tighter. of hisopponent r'a were taking Hammond away baving -

end paved the way for what should be an fever,of that year and the fol-, as trial judge of the military court. rich ; became his tools and waxed robbed and )tagged him. What fur-
full year was one of the volunteers: He was married in 18S5 to Gene- ; others were ruined. Two succumbed ther violence was meditated I knew:
in that office.
term guard the against to the stress of the unequal Political Announcements.RATES.
the !
: possible Tieve Perry, oldest daughter of Governor : not, but a 'strange survival of loyaltyto .
Judge Parkhill's public career has ''been {) of the disease again into E. A. Perry, who died in 1886, battle .and died insane. One of these
cne. 1EIe'entered public life almost city. He II ; was'Clarence .this traitor swept over me, and. I ran
as a boy represented Escambia leaving one daughter,* Genevieve who Desborougb. his .
to relief
have always been characterized by that high in the state senate in the ijis i I sponsor for the Florida Division of By what means the Desborougb con- -< The rates for' political announcements -
: fcity In public affairs which in the J and special sessions of.1889, Confederate. Veterans .in New Orleans tract escaped destruction I 'do not Through many dark streets I pursued L not exceeding 8 lines, to run
/ the vehicle .and at last it be-
: tom the exception! rather than the rule.A with the Hon. Frank "Clark and this year. know, but it was offered to the widow e'curb., stopped till the primary: of May 15, are :as follows -
side t ., I ,, to it andwrencli L
Walters Hillsborough coun In 1S91 he married in Tampa ran up
Helen by wretched
> ideals a : creature who-had long :
igh fine
and '
example, a gifted orator d ICthdoor.. The
as sub-committee coach-
draughted the tors and jurists should te 9P'
an insporaB. served Stendhall and bad been discarded.
3i >e has always been a leading factor In both Board -HsalthMaw.' Wall and' they have Ave children My partner, Hammond, liad just man upon the box remained absolutely The Daily Journal. .... . .$10.00

k and his name is more familiar to the people was attorney for the State Bar Pi. living. formed. the acquaintance of the Des-: motionless, paying no attention to me. The Weekly Journal... .. .. 5 (00
Jnost other with Association for about ten years I Justice Parkhill is The carriage'was empty I had been
few of
any a exceptions in the truly a type boroughs and had lost his becrt to Alice I These rates are strictly cash in advance
for the
: ;t :When the unfinished term for which Board of Pilot Commission, the old Southblended with the new. neatly tricked.!
; Escambia who \va *cever in the least attracted and no announcement will be
county, and for four His devotion to his chosen professionand It was useless to return to Stend-
V4 pires January. 1, next, he will have served was attorney. for the Board of the toward 1 htm.: The affair was put inserted or run under any other con
close application its duties
hall's and a chance I went to
..The Journal believes that, in line with- party Commissioners of' Escambia Impose has wise taken : Into his bands. I naturally took part Inthe : upon ditions..
away or the house in which partner bad his
i; should be returned to office for a.full. term which position he- resigned, lessened his 'active interest in the affairs Investigation which followed. We I rooms. I bad my the and

:.will be. It will be an act of simple justice on he was appointed county solici and progressof 'his state, as his I satisfied oureetves' of the genuineness; beard.. The'attendant removed'at the outer wig door Justice of. Peace, 2nd District.

r4 State and it will result withal in the retention for the criminal court'of -record t I past life record' will how. This. imperfect and importance of tie document and L
Escamibia county" in .1897r and was I I sketch of the career of one of advancedJa jjjjs. :Besborough the mod- knew me and stared at my'shabby at- I hereby announce my Candidas
'tA1f .whom their interests will be safe. and in to that office'in.1900 and 1 Florida's brilliant and eloquent 'ora- erate price demanded. Its value was tire. Mr. Hammond, he said, had just; for the office of Justice of the Peace

been .misplaced. ; seven years, of' diligent and 1 tors and purists should fee an inspiration In the mlHtons, but the man who sold L returned. I went to bis apartment and for the Second Dstrict: of Escambu

Escambia county is for returning Judge service-* thecounty: and 1 to the youth;, of our common* it carediHttto tar money, knowing himself knocked, and be' answered" in a hoarse County subject to the Democratic: -

1i term as justice of the ,supreme court. in this difficult position, ,he re- wealth. ;.' .to be oa ttie brink of the grave. voice. "Who's ther"I Primary to be" held May 15th, l9o.c >.
: .
fiLet L. SHINE
min, I
It Hamracnd to nlav ,
I was ns false,
r I ig'a rt this document-would be the- nucleus- -- of- you at once,..os S--s-- \ ,

Inhuman Treatment of ( whlpp J I M.H-H '\ '" bis treachery, aad Jeitoujy rather than; There was a brief silence 'and then For Tax Collector.
ty ,a loud sharp sound. I set hand to
jnoney the
-u Alabama Convicts true taotive. He fancied L
County Tke'Jotlt1ol's; Daily Shorf Story tbftt' I had ilajklaced bin with Alice, I hereoy announce myself a candidate
A Case of what .1 for re-election to the office o(
appears to ie::the .- but this was impossible for the reason :
'Vr {worst kind of official, negligence'.andthe get : I. which I have'sted.' Indeed, no one Tax Collector for Escambia county,

most outrageous treatment of it can 'Th& -V kn w. .ttU better than be did in his i at the primary to be held- on May 15 ,
"Iron House 1906. I solicit your vote.
4 convicts at a convict camp in Alabama ," i Calmer momeits, but Jealousy Is a kind Respectfully, :

has just been developed. The homes 9f madnm. J. S. ROBERTS. !
and f By' EMER'Y.:
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Mobile board of county'cOmmss1on. be S Supposing him to have had a treasonable

: ers; Eas investigated the matter .and Very ..Copyright. 1906, by Charles Etbertnston.. 1. Merview.wJth: Stendhall, there :At the solicitation of friends. 1 hereby (

the; report of their physician I who ; ( ..>>.>>>> UL'U"U'>>'U ...,,,..,... ,............___.__.._.... I was a mir probability that the eon- : HH announce myself a candidate! for
ww.4aw..waww wW wit wwwcawi it'iI: iI'" tract bad-been exhibited, and with this \
S 11'a? sent to make an, inspection; is I the office of Tax Collector subject: :

4t bnything! but flattering to' the Alabama It i HAD spent the evening at a theater well! EJs iron hardness 'of heart.his thought box In that mind: morning.I went to thisafe The result deposit ,( _. _, the action of the Democratic. PI imdr- :!
with cIentMrs. 15. 1906.
authorities and to the lesseeswho' my Desborougb. long defiance of the law his incredible seemed to Justify! suspicions, for
th1s- diugCter, and we had NEILS :
are working the convicts. The wealth tacked up in steel behind the the precious dfcomeot was not there.
tried, with fair success, to exclude .
report of'the physician in full is as and copvecs&tion'all doors of banks tie mystery of his I took post in a convenient doorway l
our reference to
.. :th follower of the very thrilling drama of real'life in ways-tbese and many other images 'I and within ten minutes saw Hammond S For County Treasurer.I 1

\ Mobile '!'Ala, March 31, 1906.To convict we tlree.wer cast for leading bad enjoyed years ago, wb.ea the scene enter the Central company's vaults. ; : will be a candidate in the ''i'm') !

f3 the Revenue and Road Commissioners -Is a: Miaa-Desborough, indeed, seem- 'i was new to me and Stendhall charmedmy When be bad gone away again I reexamined -: ?: t ,'-,- i iS. cratic primary of May 15 for re.nomination I

S : of ilobile, county Ala. but 4t to shake her mind free of it with ; fancy; as a type of the most monstrous our drawer. The contract --: to the office of county tr aur- I

S i Gentlemen As directed by you, I, salts and heart iy to'enjoy the play up- product of our era, the throned was in its proper place- __ ---: ---:--- er. The support of all democrat* \\ -1 I

(visited the Glass, Sheffield Goal andIron The the stage, but there were long Inter- brigand of industry. My plan was already formed. It _I --- __ -- ; : be appreciated. !
: Company's mines at Flat Top, when I beheldthe.actors with The bread? window whence came the would .have Involved a hazardous 're- -f- J. ED. WILLIAMS. j jI
::1 !4 ;where Mobile county' convicts are: no light la t jf
a waTering tracery around the posal of confidence for fortunate f
of, what. ,they were except one 7j4c ;:;;
;: employed, and, as the result of myWfslt. worse edges of the curtain had !
I find Florida, and it was'the.same with the : once .been circumstance man whom I --c #' j hereby announce myself a randi'
JElrat! that the county convicts are. of my companions.> Often I was pointed Out to me as belonging to the must' trust 'was my own father. He .. _- date for the office of County Treasurer

_ mot worked by or under the direct that she shuddered and started room where Stendhall received the most was, a manufacturer 'of the costlier "S subject to the action-of thr Democratic
I intimate of his visitors and concocted kinds of and imperishable Primary- .
$i npervision ot the State warden.I Some waking from no pleasant.dream. paper parchments

Second I passed through the dinIng I knew that'she.had; been think- bis most intricate conspiracies. He, Indeed and an expert in inks and signatures \. THOS. F. WRIGHTOX.

T room just before sapper. The Logic .of our adversary, Rich rd Stend- formed many alliances and seemed and all, details that- mark the -

:. State and county convicts are sep whom she feared'.with the,sim to have no'need of caution distrusting authenticity or expose the fraudulencyof for County Tax Assessor.I .

arated"! here by a lattice work. JS I "He of superstition. as though he all men, but fearing none, scorning documents.: It was upon his opinion -
$ noticed that the State convicts had a shift treachery, often betrayed yet never to that, bad L will be a candidate for re-nozniri-
the deviL Sometimes in such mo- we chiefly relied in the matter tion to the office of County Tax A. sl'sSor -
(pan of beans and meat, tin cup of: would his hurt
she would cast 9f'-genuineness of the Desborough
coffee and two pieces of cornbread,, quick glance in the Democratic Primary of laY
p change 'as lf.I As 1 watched, the light was slowly contract It to him I carriedIt
T one inch thick and about three by were her sole reliance In was now HE LAY PZAD AT MT FEET.: 15. I respectfully. ask your support-' -

four square. Each person was provided man just contention.. lowered. Frugal Stendhall, being aboutto 'with the singular request that ba the door and found it unlocked, but obstructed 4- W. W.: RIOH.\RD.

-4-. with knife, fork and spoon. I I the.whole, it. vas.a highly emo leave the room for.a little white, had aId prepare for me the best possI- by> tbe body of the man who ,
; passed around the partition to the Only- evening for me and for this rea turned down the gas.. Presently I sawa ble forgery. for
so I/had !
; county side and theTe I found a tin I enough keenly delightful. gleam through a panel of stained During the time necessary for this friend. many He years called my: Legal advertisements! ;
lay dead at feet
-4 plata with two small slices of bacon, Impress I had parted from Mrs. Des- glass upon a stairway. Then the door work Hammond once visited the safety my a revolver -

.4: tin cup of water and a washtub half and pretty'Miss: Alice after a of the house was opened and two men deposit box and missed the document upon thefloor beside him.

:full :of cooked rice. to be divided iI i paper' of supper it.. was past-midnight, appeared. They were no more than but I satisfied him with the falsehood I learnedjBjibsaquentljr!! that he had NOTICE.

_ among 170 convicts. These convicts I will clear and with a growing moon shadows under the overhanging, heavy thatit had been in my possession. On received.a"biowtJpon the bead, doubt- Notice ia hereby given to all whomIt
have to eat .with their fingers the old less in StendhaH'B! house, and that he
bUG falling toward the west I-was in roof of the stone pillared portico, yet the evening 6f the same day my father may concern, that we, the under
; fork or'' spoon bern,; prQvlded,, are not had been found t wandering in the
for sleep.; Mymind: one of them tall that laid two !
end no coffee. I was informed they refreshed was so it must copies ofthe Desborougb contract streets not far-aSwiyy While being led signed. shall apply to the HonorabUFrancis )
I' got coffee once a day, State convicts I upon its' oxnr delight, and so It be Stendhall. The other disclosed no before me and asked me to judge home he had recovered and had insist B. Carter: Judge of th1 FIrst

_ ;: getting coffee morning and evening. !You that I took: a loig-detour to recognizable characteristic. They walked between them; but, though I had learned .ed upon going on.alone.: Judicial Circuit of Florida, on Monday
t: Third', water supply very poor At L of your by Stendhall's home-the' "Iron slowly alonc'the portico which ended many secrets from him, I could not I'-6-at'*
S the time of my visit very scant tailing \: ," as it is ,called, because.of the at the wall of an adjoining ;build distinguish the new from the old.! By no exercise' of ingenuity or patience ,, the 7th day of May, A. I II :
; Convicts were bringing it in by the :You of that- strong-metal in, and ing. For perhaps two minutes they After I.had.substituted the false for or use of such influence as I 10' a. DL, or as soon thereaft-r as we :

: bucketful for bathing purposes and 1was 1 I tic it. were invisible to me. Then Stendhal the genuine contract It was necessary could command. hAft I ever been able maybe heard. for a charter 'not for i

.- told that during the night it Is a tall lr ti returned alone and the to involve StendhafI Jn any criminal I religious
fence upon the entered house. only for me to visit the Central's vaultsat profit) of incorporation of a
was' procured from the traps to-sanitary side, and. the -black arch over What had become of the other marl> the close of every day. When Hammond prosecution for this affair. The secrets I I society to be incorporated under the
closets for then. of his house
drinking were na&iscoverable. Beyond
purposes. It'wa.s
: ;Direct! CaUse for great gate riseiL twenty feet at an Interesting puzzle, but one: should be ready to consummate name of "First Christian Church of
shortage at time of
my :own as to Ham-
The cumbrous>.,bolts that I despaired of solving. I cOntinued his bargain.
al corrupt
were could not
'rtsjit was due to river fall to object
overflowing mond' the Pensacola Florida. The general
entry by
: private I:
Your way
stare the
: when river on a,, ,Tfre idly at cntil know.It .
Dumps.and is up-
Iqw enough could estab
is to
nothing. 'That did not of said corporation
ti: to pump the pumps are out of orderabout in this bars which I took hold upon were Stendhall had turned up the light In fell upon a* Saturday, and at mid-. the manner of the 'assault Church
( half the time. your' than any :h4ads..could: clasp. his room. Then I abandoned my position night I followed Hammond to the house upon hint lish and maintain a Christian
Fourth formidable and faced toward home. When Stendhall found that: be bad tak at Florida for ourselves
sanitation bad, due to this structure, seemingly At the t>on.the cross street whence I bad seen.: en a worthless document' Pensacola ,
above cause Closets In very bad. or "sat i for- giants-; dwarfed me in corner of.the next cross street I looked bin emerge, as I have described. I lie 'offereda from Hammond and all others who may become members -

der. 4.Fifth. \. uc.i' ,, yet enlarged1 jny'splrifc' for in westward attracted by the brightness was dressed in shabby clothes and d1a- satisfactory settle: thereof in the manner prescr bflby ,
ment of the Deaborough
: State convicts: go into the of the moon and suit and with
dark I
mass of that great house,there so see a gulsed *> an old man'with thereunder.
white enacted
f'rthes and stay ten hours at a'time a wig> that I. was .i r.ced .to. be cpntent The the Charter to be
_ _I- a single lighted 'window in the man coming out of a bouse upon thastreet ; and beard. When Hammond entered The charter is flOw
Digging little coal, due to accidents I "H facts about Himmond'found their proposed
? : story and LbeHered that Stend- the third from the corner. It: 'the. bouse I way
_ to machinery, etc. In the county to d "' suspected was quite' close :Into print butthatthej frightened or on file in the office'of the Clerk of 'h*
prisoners' case it Is' different ; burned his tam 'Jlo'la-t 'to seek for was my partner, John Hammond., 'to J him, and I observed that he gave no -
He even tnnoyed Stendball in the Circuit{ CountIHorida ,
; slightest Court
makes of
c hag. a task to perform. First-class : against my..attack.waS'br'no If his .manner had been ordinary I summons. There was no visible at-
only hal Ii3 meansHiie'fifst should have followed and hailed him iendaut The door degree I cannot give myself tbepleasure : reference thereto being hereby
_ : j-tnea ,are getting out five tons, secondciass I time : seemed, to open of of
supposing! but I know
; men, lour tone, third-class.: stood before, bis gale. His house, but he was so obviously daunted b1; Itself, and I observed a similar phe excellent upon I had. -

three tons fourth-class two tons, and Your. [ defended, the,courtyard the brilliancy of the night and mad I n meaoZ1 a few minutes later when a authority that the trick of tha Signed at Pensacola, Florida on tha30th

}&e must get, this -amount barring all I Q1 &-i to. deserted'by'flay..and:: [ crowded such baste to pall his bat down ao thai shadowy form which I could not doubt forged contract. cut bin" >. to tbe' marrow., day of March A. D. 1906.

accidents: or be punished-- and his ads _are black! _shadows:by liigh t, bad ex the shadow of its brim might shield bis I ,.to be Hammond's passed along the dim H. J. Mackey, W. J. Berry. A. r. I

time irregular of getting 'out of mine Isvery and_ 1) a Strong'.fascination upon. my face that I was thrilled with a sudden L arcade to onlighted portal of Stend- Let us read with Method and propose Bauer, E. B. Ceruti, Wm. T. Reager,
hence his evening meal is long before: I' dreamed: that the monstrous suspicion, and I let him;.go :btlTs residence! to ourselves"" 'end ttfwkicb Wia I IZachary .
S l.very late at times. store's; : : i Our studies John P;. Ross J. A. Wilson.
himself woaidr everrbe upon his way- Immediately an almost Insane curi-
more than :
r Sixth; ,I was advised to ask for .th -: ; maypointepse! of reading!I "W.: BaLaid.Saproawlwj : .
( : : .: T. G. Yates, J,
: Hi6l tioae 'o$ ty.t k'hold.JPcnmIJ d Slre to
tOrme 3-, 'fitted.. him I ..jt seems certain. that some revelation. to aid us In thinking:-Edward Gibson, ,

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I Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Got Come and six acres to, April put planted in in additional pecans John Gates and twenty has'expects Nothing is more discouraging than to have unhealthy sore oi

ulcer resist one treatment after another, sometimes scabbing over and

Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere acres Mr.,Henry,Jones has been,Jn Pensa-- apparently getting"well, then returning with renewed energy and becoming .:
I" cola' for the past week under Dr. Pier- worse than before. Sores and ulcers are not due to outside causes ; if they

pont's treatment. His many friends were, salves, plasters, lotions, etc., would cure them. They are kept up by a

By E. Wtttf *ECK. _, rephon e 669. 1 will be pleased to know he is now convalescent diseased and polluted condition of the blood brought on by the absorption of
I MnMtMf ; riiiuIV" |His wife accompanied .him refuse and waste matters of the body into this vital fluid. These acccumula-
"kbI i. I to the city tions find their way into the blood,.usually because of an inactive and sluggish
& # hZk I .Mr. Jcfon Diamond's market garden condition of the system. Nature intends that they shall be carried off

WEKNNG OF ITHE shows no ill effects from the late frost. through the usual channels of waste, but the different members failing to -'

THE GENERAL w. H. ELLIS: ,711e Journal's Daily Fashion Feature 'j He has potatoes, English peas, corn perform their duties, properly' leave the matter to sour and ferment The

JM MISS TAYLOR. .; ; : SECRET and.other, early vegetables up and blood then, in its effort to keep the system healthy, absorbs these poisons and

pensacola friends have received well on the way to maturity.Mr. at the first bruise, cut or wound the ..sore is formed, and the constant
the following! invitations from Talla3Ir. : OF A SUCCESSFUL GROCERYis K. L. Jones has 'purchased of drainage of foul matter through it keeps' the place open and irritated -

t.Ssee: iL keeping -just what the Mr. Girdon Rdbinson a fine bunch of "BO it.cannot heal. Another cause for old sores and ulcers is the pol.S -
cattle which he will fatten forbeet.The .
of the blood from the
public demands. We under- luting or weakening reS -
K. Femrfck Taylor stand the public's wants no mat. late forest fires In ths .vicinity mains of some'constitutional trouble or the

requests the honour ofot1' t1u.-S ter what you buy hero you maybe have the done, no serious.' damage, and S. effects of a long spell of sickness. S. S. S.
4Zi chi ground over wWch thg flames
of" his
at the marriage
,- company ; the the fountain-head
assured of .quality. begins at and drives out all
daughter Serena Halleto swept is now green with young grass.
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MJfi\ i'IFi MARACHINO CHERRIES' Rev. Douglas pastor of the Chris- poisononsmatterandgermsandmajesaIast.
Mr. William Hull Ellis 6) tian church. held his usual "bi-monthly PURELY VEGETABLE.. caK" As soon as the system gets under

Tuesday the seventeenth of Aprilat $ 'illh1 I I4W Nice large, red. sweet and service in the hall of the Knights of the influence of S. S. S. the inflammation
(iL twelve o'clock juicy Cherries put-up in mara- Jabot on Sunday. gradually leaves, the flesh takes on a healthy color, and soon the place is --

at Tallahassee, Honda.Mr. chino and syrup, in three. sizesof Mrs: Frank Penicoli, of Gulfport, permanently healed. Book on sores and ulcers and any medical advice with
S bottles. 'i Miss. who, with her two little boys out .charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
Ellis! Is the distinguished .''Attorney rzvt:: 1t111 L LWt ( spent tie winter with her mother,
HALF PINTS .. .. ,.- ..25c
General of the state of Flor '. Mrs. Frank Jernigan, left for her homeon .
4/111'/ \ \\ .; . .
ida and his fiancee Is the lovely PINTS. ,, ; ..50cQUARTS. Monday. I

daughter! of Uustice Taylor of the I/Il ((I v1L' .. ....::f.lS .. .75c i Air. John Gates has the prize hog of
supreme bench, well known and admired the community. Its estimated weight: EasterNovelties
in Florida society. : is now five hundred pounds with indications -

i of a considerable! increase of Get Easter dyes, rabbits, chicks here. :A beautiful assort.
.AGAN.YO NGE I flesh before the time fixed for its ment Easter cards and books in great profusion.Cae's .

WEDDING CARDS OUT. W TL rtia -. tV'T\ slaughter, .
Much interest and pleasant anticipation \\ ROSENAU-& GERElDS.I I I Mrs. Bud Majors and little son, Tal-
has been felt In regard to 'the mag, have been on the sick list this
rsarriage of two popular and widely kIiWII\ hi I I(week.
connected young people whose T'1' .tr\ei\\ \fl\\\UIlj\ The Fancy Grocers, The Chautauqua at DiFuniak has Phone 235. 213 South Palitox Street Pentaeola

friends are receiving the following ., been liberally! patronized by the people --'- _
invitations. Phone 391. Pensacola. > here. The low railroad fare, the :

., J..(.. interesting exercises and the certainty -
Mrs. !A!. Milton Laipplngton of meeting hosts of friends were Fine lot Diamonds. at exceedingly
invites you to be present \ temptation few could resist. Diamonds' low prices for a few days only. AsK

&.t the marriage of her grand-daught The wood haulers continue to ply to see them.

Mary- Lamar Eagan. WORTH OWNING.. heir trade and grumble' after each :11- ---- J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.
to trip because they have no hard road .
Panos: that are musically! artisticare !
Mr. Henry Mathew.Yonge < the only instruments worth own- from here to town.- ........."' ......."" .."' ."",,........4....H.I :
at eleven o'clock ." 1Fss'Letitia: Clark has been
;:: Ing. If you want a piano that combines quite
Wednesday morning April eighteenth '., ".'.-' ' nineteen hundred and six together with incomparable beauty of (Messrs. Edgar Clark and Will Par '-Ii I There Are Many Women Who Get i
the First Presbyterian Church '
at 1' 'Y1' 'rvUIk appearance, you will make your selec- zeus have left school to accept positions -
Pensacola Florida ) tion'of! the pianos we sell Kranich & at the mills of the Escamfcla! *

Bach. Packard, Lester Cassell, Clutter Lumber CoO, i
More Personal'Enjoymentout
The wedding Is to be a rather'quietone + -- and others. You can pay when The lovers the.hook and line are I
but the community generally I % like. enjoying fine sport on the Escambia
(will unite in' good .wishe9 for the L... you. river now. :
'young coupla. : iI Pensacola,",Fla.I The housewives are busy with their : of the things that beautify, decorate and add comforts :
Miss Eagan is the.. lovely and lovafcle ( of which there is
daughter of the late Hon. John .,.. '.. '. 1 1t raised poultry in, this vicinity. Turkeys a great, guni-deal : -tothe home- than they do out of the things for mere :

Eagan. and her futur is a son of kki f. :, neas, geese and. chickens' all come in : personal eni lion. P. K. Yonge. -: ; for their share :"of attention and add .
t"1'l. fe of
'source unending pleasure and comfort. By ourBuy .
-+- .., '. .' .., ,t DeFUNIAK I II considerably to the income of the : .
MR. .,, ,thrifty farmer. : nOW Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture :
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR .. t MONTGOMERY.Mr. t and pay using it. !
MEETING IN ,,,: ';: T. I Mr.: K. I* Jones.on Sunday.Mr. .
noon.for Clyde Montgomery Wilson 'delegate leaves to to-day the< .; -,..".,' .' '' : .' and' Mrs. Charlie-Parazene were j: Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 to ... .. .. ..$65.00 :

Christian Endeavor Convention which .. o' Specialto'The Journal. guests of Mrs. R. E. Jones Sunday. : Bedroom Suits,finest Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125 *
,..... _. 'reFunfak Springs. April 4.-The Mrs. Parazene's sister, Miss Beal, accompanied ,
nieets there to-morrow. -' I Wednesday and them. : Odd Dressers from $9.0O to 25.00; Chairs 75 cents to. .. .. .$5.00
Business League met .
Mr. Wilson is on the program:.I 'PRETTY'USE ALL-OVER: AND FLOUNCINGS.The ..;>1 discussed ways and means to help Mr.. Joe Jones of Pensacola; visited .
the.. dvertlser is a mos
Meresting itfMcA! one. The says social feature. vogue: ot, embroideries which embroidery on a fine batiste,and around baid a new tabernacle for the Chau- his old home Sunday. -_ _

lave been handsomely provL ''ed for, has createcl such', a. furorer4n. woman's the yoke- and cascading down either t jauqna. d: > Much of. the.fruit. in this section i
and the delegates will be met. on the, wear for the .coming: summer time is side of the pl stron is the brod'erie An. The ladies of .thfi' Town Improve- was injured by the late' frosts.Master'Ralph | i
train tod will receive their assign: children's glalse; 'while the tiny puff sleeve ,of ment :Association tad another-their Hoyt ,has been out of MARSTON & QUINA ,
meats to the homes in which they' especially strong'. in wear. the batiste is banded with the all-over dgllghtful! receptions Wednesday afternoon school for the past week on accountof
ere to fce entertained. Two wide width of eyelet embroidery" and finished with tiny embroideredfrills. at the tome of Mrs. Eaton. sickness. He is at the home of his : -

jhisa feature that might well be flouncing are' employed In the little .. This is excellent model,onebecoming The pourers wpreMrs. Sue Gillis and,,: grandparents. Mr.and Mrs J. L.Hoyt.iMrs."rAlice f 108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla t

emulated 1i "oTher'"places"as"'It" will skirt of the !dress,.illustrated, ta whichis :to;most child,;nd maybe Mrs. Clutter. The-rooms were crowded. : and"Master Alex'CreIghton .
save the annoyance y and often embarrassment 'attached the. bloufey waist of fine carried;jjut-la:xny any sort of pretty '; v>S' .. .. 'were..guests of.Mfs.; Helen, Joneson I :...................................................:.

that so often attends the French batiste.. The little yoke and material, ;whether.A soft woolen. or a There,was on excursion to Glendale Sunday. I i

delay in directing delegates to their' front. pieces are"0f'an, all-over eyelet. dainty; wash ,fabric. Wednesday for; the.benefit' of the Mr.._David Jamison expects to move
proper homes after arrival. I' .. Methodist, church,' Messrs.! Beach and his family from'pensacola to this community 'BARREN
-+- I Rogers; 'giving the: use of their .road, in the near future. I PINE
AN EVENING IN JAPAN WITH I Jafpan" Is to jRvetl\e mAre Leagueand out "Tvtth the "tasteful: thoroughness the DeFuniak & Northern. There will ie preaching at.the Olive

MISSIONARY STUDY CLASS.: their frienaS an introduction to!: thatch rct rizes hb'mamma Mrs The supper civgnt l>y .the ladies. of Baptist Church next Saturday and _
The Missionary. Study Class of the the people of the'..Island.Empire' who t L. 18.- ''Brown arid'hIs grandmamma the Episcopal: church on Tuesday wasa Sunday. nls

Osdsdsn Church League, which has have made? the: most' marrelous ad- I Mrs. Emily C. Wright, who 'saw "that success in every way. Mr, George Parazene 'is making a Special; to The Journal.

been taking a course' In the stiiayol / vance in civilization\of,;any nation tha young man and his guests' had a :Mrs. Mary Halloway has bought part specialty of cultivating cabbage for Pine Barren April 4.:...-Mrs. C.. :L.Wigjgins .

Japan, will give an entertalnmen in any age'of/Jhe, world." ... "' lovely time.. of the lot nortluot.the. Eaton cottage the'market this year. He has put out accompanied by Miss MIssouri
to-night at the residence of Mrs. L. !A. carefully prepare: program will .4Mr. on Cresccat street :3 is .having afcV Jhree 'thousand plants and will set Wiggins, attended the funeral of i
E. Nobles. be rendered .and' .the evening .. WaIter- .Titt went to J omaton more. her aunt, Mrs.\ Longr at Bluff Springs,!

The object of this "Evening in promises to' .!ieboth. :- pleasant.. and yesterday to meet his sister' Mrs Thursdathe room 'fottage"built.Chautauqua was given Misses. Ninnon and Escambia Jones Monday. .. jcj3

profitable. Eltzen who returned unexpected over to, local talent and the lady and Miss Bessie Johnson were among Mrs. Stella McMillan and her daughter -I

l from Nashville on account of the ill-, pupils of.Prof. ;Peters gave a cantatain the guests at the birthday party given I. Miss Janette, have returned after ,
BAPTIST LADIES MEET of her little Katharine
ness daughter I weeks with rela-
entitled "The by Mr. and' Mrs. Edmund Creighton spending nearly wo
the afternoon Angels
WITH MRS. E. D.. BEGGS. who is quite sick. ?Mrs Eitzen
on the 24t3i' anniversary of their I tives in Pollard.Mr. .
of the Bell In the evening the sonLevy's
The Missionary, Society of the Bap- had gone to Nashville to attend the I birth. W. A. Finlay returned Monday,
tist churdr" Iri eu' with Mrs. E. D. wedding of Miss Nina Ferris\ and Mr. cantata "Daughters of Jairus" was I I
rendered by the chorus class under the II I having spent Sunday in Mobile.
Beggs corner 'FjftesntE street and McConnico which takes place April I.
Chase I .Mr. C. L. Wiggins; made a business THE TONIC SEASON HAS
\ Twelfth avenuerNe'w': :'City, at 3:30. 27 direction. of Pro: 'Peters. The, soloIsts ARRIVED '
.; \ were Mrs. Peters, the Misses JOE'S LUCK. trip to Pensacola yesterday
Williams is visiting rela- Don't neglect to build up your system
Z. T.
Mrs. :
EXCEDSIOR FLINCH: MET Mrs. Prather of Louisville. who Cressie Gulls Anna Burke, Lily Eaton Drew a Prize in Matrimonial Lottery."Before tives in :Milton this week. in spring-likely run down over
WITH MRS; MtjMtLtANr- been the attractive guest of Mrs. Kate Morrison, Bessie"Thard and ---"
has Mrs: Hoket and her little daughter I wInter-to fortify it against the sweltering
& The, Exce'lslor "iThchenter,. Gus Eitzen, has gone home! Messrs. Peters and Stuart Gillis. we were married my husband Mabel, of Pensacola 'are visiting. her stress of summer. Best thing
In baseball match between Pen- sub-
the ctinker
was and
.afternon by Mrs.
tamed Wednesday,
daughter, Mrs. Sowell. you know, or we know, is a bottle or
A. )! McMillan: the sp cial- visitors sacola and DeFuniak Saturday, the ject to. severe attacks of sick-head;
Riibbon town two of our Ironola. As we make it
Just try Blue Vanilla. Mon Mr. J. E. Hogeboom was in our
'" five 'to the former'sthree. ache which interfered with his duties
B latter won by -
:Mrs. lit E. tts and Mrs.
being of The P ourselves we're confident of its purl
ey refunded if it fails to please, .no. Monday in the interest nsa.
sup'tof a large factory,
Coulter.. ..:: _' matter what kind you've as cola JournaL '. ty, its purifying, blood-cleansing Qual.
been-'using.i Bruce dock writes a .Mass matron:. -f
C' I After an enjoyable series of games,i Mr. having floating young
anornsC the, hostess"ige'rved salad, chocolate I Absolutely pure, goes twlce as far ias; built on the.lake in.Chautauqua Park. "I had jnade up: mymind} 'tb'a1; coffee Mrs. Sentifitt of pensacola recently
strawberries:and .cake. other-kInds and'the flavor is pe'fc.tion. Mrs. Clark, and daughter, of Mar was at least partly' to blame, and visited her brother,' Mr. Joe McCSaskelL ities.Hooton's'Pharmacy

IThe next meeting( will be with. guette, Mich.. are visiting here. that I could cure him after marriageby ,
Dr.: Finlay had 'a professional caUto'
Mrs.. F. E. BrawnerrMrs. Capt. Andrews of "Company ItMarianna \ ; the use of Postum Food Coffee. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
t. .
I Revival 1 Meetings Postponed. was a visitor Saturday and 'When I. told: my younger sister McDavid to daftCLIMBING PHONE 1100.

EmlIi..C.-nrown: Mrs. L. S. Pine Barren, April 4.-For reasons visited! the armory and reading( room &'bout. it, she .l laughed and said, 'Just ,
Brown, children.and maid leave next satisfactory the protracted meeting of. Co. K. The captain remarked on wait and see! Alter you are married ELEPHANTS.. $ $
week to spend.week or so In New announced to be held at the'Methodist the good condition of the equipmen you'll 'find that "Joe. will have his coffee -- %

C COFFEE Orleans. church here, beginning the 2nd Sunday -and the number' of magazines. and 'anyway:! How They Mat Th*IfDovra Way 17.. cii q PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
in this has been' I proceeded srac'uaHy: first eliminating Steep Cliff:
: V*.: postponed other: reading matter. : CASH OR EASY TERMS. *
!Miss Martha iWhiting 1ia!. returned till ,the 2nd Sunday in May J.- 0. F. M .NeeJ is aJ candidate for the of by degrees the pastry and Elephants are able to make their All Piano Work Guaranteed. "

from a month" jfciNew Orleans and a Lawrence pastor. fice of county commissioner from the sweets from the daily menu and as way up and down mountains and CLUTTER & RUSHING, !iflo

month in Gleicpe; I.4 : 3rd district. W. .Stephens, Jr:, for his meals were always daintilyserved through a countjy.of-Steea cUffs, when 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. 1#
-1-" .-a- < and appetizing he began to mules would not dare to venture and
: 'f' tax: assessor of Walton county, and PHONE 476. 11
Miss' Lehr. fcas' goof : toBlakely, Frank .Richlbourg for representative of have faith .to his wife's ability as a even where men find 'passage difficult. *

Ga., to nurse'": Ir-yi ij, SI: Coleman Worth it'sWeight Walton county.Chamberlain's cook headaches became their tracks have been' found upon the % 'J ****
---0 of Bo*Ifa1.t ,-
; less frequent- but did not cease alto very summit of mountain* over 7,000 --- 4I
'mother Mrs. Ry. Cough Remedy the Best geth T.* When the time was ripe and feet high. In these Journeys an elephant -
Mrs. and Most Popular. J proposed to use Postum Food Coffee is often compelled to descend I
., der of Grama! Rapids-! !Mich., friends I .
of Mrs. E. Meade Wilson who have "Moth rs buy it for croupy children,' he consented upon the promise that hills and mountain sides which are at j I Dessert forSunday'sDinner
should have the old kind, of coffeeat This Is. the in i
spent the winter here, left yesterday! ,I In Gold!' railroad men buy it for e.evere cough he He most precipitous., way
for home accompanied as' far as and elderly people. buy it for la grippe hb Siaqlay bl'l kfast. grew which, it is done: The elephant's first I I
Montgomery Mta Wilson.i N ," says Moore Bros.! Eldon, Iowa. fond of 'the'ew food drink however, maneuver is to kneel down close to the j
the old -
after drinking
>"- ( 4Sirs. .' "We ,sell more of Chamberlain's Cough and noted' that declivity.. One fore }leI is then cautiously -
Charles J.,: Rice.... is expected TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND Remedy than any other kind. It coileeofl Sundays he .suffered dull from passed over the .edge and a '

THAT'S ALL home r Ionde.t-I'QJJ: GreenYUle{ Ala., PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS USE seems to have taken.the leadpver several -unsteady feeling that nerves'and he never a had on heavy the short way downjhe: .slope, and U he I us-

where she is''Y1 IUllg her ,mother other good brands. There is no when he' drank Postum., The finds there Is no good spot for a firm Let send you some of
-*: ; The queston: but this medicine is the best days he by "
has returned Complexion Beautifier result was that at last he said, 'I foothold speedily tyrm qne our fine Ice cream for
.Miss 'Etne 'Everett that can te -procured for coughs and would: rather have the Post,( m Food stamping into the soil if it is moist or .
from a pleasant isit/with, Miss Ag- colds whether if be a'child or an ft Sundaydinner dessert
Coffee Sunday morning. too, if you kicking out a footing. If Is dry.
nes Bancroft at .Belleville/ I tudand adult that is afflicted. always cures n n't -mind my" 'dear. The old kind When he Is sure of a good footho1d":the Most any flavor you want,
"' 'i%i.*Roberts' are .anticipating Nadinola un and cures quickly.: :Sold by all drug- makes me. feel lib a fool all day: other fore leg 18.brought down Jn:the ,
(Mr and Mrs., : : fails,to remove ps ts. You may: imagine how ready, I :'was the puCiip! in bait brick or.
abt'i ( .'visJI: from his same way. Then lie performs same -
t Use veryworst cases and 1 beautify: .the. with this suggestion. The .
to fall In ,
his and thoroughly
and rsfster Mrs.* and Miss J' work over again with feet bringing fancy
.. mother complexion Irf twenty days. ; FimERAL: .NOTICE. eld kind of coffee has been banished
of WarrftgtonSMurday and both fore legs .a Htte.| ,lo'adance .
Roberts table for more than 2 years packed In clean, sanlft
Sunday.v* ; Mrs. Edward Jones, of Mount.Sterling The funeral of Patrick! Maloney.whodied from our: headaches are only a of the first foothold This leaves good I.
_. .1. Kentucky, write at his residence, 413 E. Inten- now; Joe's Always has steady places all ready .iIe'tor'ilie bind feet try vessels with plentyof

Mrs. 'Belle: Caujterr :;h Il.' has sister been "I feel it my duty to tell you the >nefifNadinola dencia; will take from p'ade St.this afternoonat M'c&aer memory nerves and:: and a be clear brain to meet the Now, bracing himself up 'by his.'huge, ice to keep it hard. The

spending; a leVxelk with her has been to me. I had snffer* StiIbnauatEensaCOla. returned untold mortification with freckles.since chil&L church and the remains will bs in price is small
Mrs J. EL Cor. T.-U. hood. Having used all the highly recOmmended .. Michael's cemetery. Un- hot summer days be relishes a glassof first one and then the other.carefully -- ,
Sol! Cahn & Co.' lastrnigafcvrDeCan: :!i hesitancy creams I bought and lotions entire with tT&tUCttAfter Bract tered dertaker in Pou St. has charge of the funera cl arcola?O$tum with a squeezeof -over the edge :where:they occupy the
your it most -
findjng refreshing
lemon, at noon. made the->( feet This
Mrs. C. WHiJllt ft Tuesday giving it a fair trial 1 most- heartjlj! a rr ngeinentS- first places by ore -
recommend it, for it'. worth its weight tt
; two Isthe way the huge anbnal proceed
The Pur Food Store, night anticrpattneA4etfghtful months In We :, York in' the heightof Nadinola is the only thing! have eVe1'-used BASEBALL : In the evening. boilIng aU the war.dowu.. gzaft,kneeling everi -

Scuthtiitt Comer Ptltlox and IntidncIabi. the Spring:seft5bri* *Trand.ith saccess.Wishing Your yon Ifadine the :deserved Facfpowcler success.T'insincerely. i? '.There will be a gams of Indoor base. PostumCoffee Jt .l 5, minytes and let,it set on time with tt..two.tilnd ig$ irhile I K ndy Kitchen Cafe

." ball between the Heavy Weight team theback of the range till morning, he makes foothold 1 ? with his. for* feetThus ,
'Muter 'Henry1 WriK&tvBrown: had a and ready to serve the center of gravjty fa preserved
Gymnasium heated
.wOO i afternoon Price 50 cents and $1.00, by .'Iead n from the Business when it Is PaUfox Phone 999
day 104
t ; beast
honest400f pink blrthdifparTg little lass and a nine from the young men' Ia a few mlnntas" Name given by and the huge 'prevented from toppling I
entertaining'brar9.llis.fifth''number anniver-o( I ruggists of I mail. Pwpafti by .tie .. class at Y. M. C. Ai hall Friday April Postum! .Co, Battle, Creek,- Mich. over on his noseV -

f- friends -to e'i. a& carried ational Toilet Co., Paris,Te'wu- &. Game called '8'.la.: .:MintssIon25e._ fI1ier 'fa.c reaSon -
-- -- sary. Even-'th, ig" i-.' ; .

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: It Is Easy to Get it Out !! 'We "have several thousand dollarswhich : S : < ;'Successors to Thss. C. Watson I 8 C,. ,
S we would like to loan upon approved -:: > :, I '
Ten very desirable lots, real estate security Consult I
LeadInReatEstate Rental and Insurance
us:if you want to borrow. .: : Agency
If you have money in a bank. li'youiave: / : ? your REAL ESTATE Block 92 '()f, the New, City ...

money in. real estate :well located it,'cannot .be frittered -, Tract,. intersection, Jackson $1800.00 1.. .. ,/:', : <: -: .t.
It away in careless spending here '!an'di there but I Iit' : If not, you should be, for more mon over at
Cottage and 3 lots corner
stre tand 16th Avenue; on ,
; ey is made out of it than anythingelse. ,- "
: J Flsherville, splend'd: for the summer -
'y Look at this room sale dwelling list West looking the bay, beautifullots and the year round.. Just a few steps ., Bargains: Real, Estate in all parts of the
$ 850-A four .
to; ths water. S "- '
End, with 5 lots.; House rents for residences.. city. .
Will Increase "ilLv !I' U you have property and want it !, ;'- ,
for $6.00. ;"f7
dwelling combined' Seven lots Block 55, Bel- sold, list I It with us, no charge unless
'Store 'Stores' .
J2000- and and Dwellings for rent.
we make sal! I
: ad- this Block
with another smal dwell'ng mont Tract; lots in ,
Fire: life, accident and bond insur
business district
9t every year. If improved it will .bring,1\! a, good joining rents West$216 End selling $700. ance. --- S 5- :Loans:made at current rates of interest on
rate of interest, while the growth in value Is "like ; a year.
$ 900-( mall house on lot 28 by 170, Six houses North Alcaniz improved unimproved property.
getting money from home. We invite you to see East Bomana, just east of Tar j :$: > 5, ,

our list of properties, or write us about\ this investment ragona. Rents $96 a year.UOOoBusness Street, good investment, will ; in fifteen American
question.Pensacola. : corner (store and 10 L. S. BROWN & CO. -Insurance. placed leading
net cent.
Pala- per ; ,
dwelling combined) near and-foreign companies.

;. $ : fox, rents $420 a year. ,For particulars apply to ,. S-S. Thiesen Building. S S S "r'. '"' ,

; 4 YOU CAN MAKE ,MONEY IN:ANY .5 I We' respectfully solicit your patronage.

cj OF THE ABOVE; IF YOU DONT.: S "WE SELL tOTS"S. Our rental department given especial atten-

Investment Company SOME ONE ELSE WILL. CALL IN .
tion. .Call :and see our list. %
HcDavid-Hyer Company ...;:. .. ,
; I 4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. PROPERTY. S700 :. ,-' -'t '
..: _' : S .
.j W. H.KNOWLES, President. E.B. SIMPSON, Secretary. Agents New York "

-- td 'J.L STILLMAN, Y.-fres. an! Gen. Hunger. KMOWUS HYIR, Treasurer. .$2400 Life Insurance Company. Buys a neat five room cottage on i '
4. 8 E. Government Street. East Gregory; rents |8 per month. A! :
;ts Jfeef Estate Loans, General Investments* good investment HOOTON & WATSON
,, will buy an elegant little 6 room Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla., ,

215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. dwelling corner Jackson and Gu lIe- $1200.
.' mard. House has electric light SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
.. gas Gets five with 'bath and PHONE 54.
--' _:- :' : :-. : ';-- .- -" connections bath and sewer. Only k------_-_- room cottage
reception hall Easy terms, N. 8th
: and just
block from Lee :
0 one square '
-i : avenue near car line; excellent neigh.
YourOpportunity ,
Here is ,
across from the school house. : : -
:: --- borhood.
S :::
I f' 30 EAST HILL LOTS. [ For Sale.

Some Good Sound SPECIAL ATTENTION 1 At $60 and up. ;$10 down remalner ini NEW REAL STATE'!. LIST .

to make an investment which I i monthly installments. These are bar I I I., FOR SA'LE---A! young cow in good order .
LESLIE E. will yeld: you a big: profit. It's ; gains. S FOR ALE with a calf one week old; gives

Business Property BROOKS1, only-a lot 66x90 feet, but it's $950.00: S t. 'f" about three 'gallons daily; can be seen
on the corner of Garden and Six houses in West ,King Tract at 221 West Jackson St5aprlw*
'44 204'/ ...S.. P lafox, St. Fisher Bulldln Railroad streets. If interested For finest build'ng: site on E. Hill car renting for $30 per month ...$2850 FOR- -SALE-- -.' '-
telephone-No. 223 and ask line. Three lots corner Gadsden and buggy and harness
ai' ,For a limited :Ume we will offer this property for sale. If you Phone 462. 16th avenue. Rouse In West End. renting for ; $70.00. Apply 809 N. Alcaniz.

;* ;4 desire :a good sure Investment Investigate these; forGEO. $10 per month 'god ,neigh 5aprlw.

1 Kac *-- '110) ft. by 170 ft deep' on Intendencia: a. good warehouse ,s'te: a W. PRYOR, JR. borhood.; ",. ..- ..' .. -.. ..$1000 FOR SALE---Fine hotel site; best sit
$4 H&&- good wholesale business site, a building on the property would rent hELP WANTED C. R. YAEER uation in the city for a tourist hotel

well for retail shops. In our o\nlon It will in a short t me be worth ... -..-.... Five lots on North Hill,. if taken 130 feet fronting south by 172
;:k1* a good deal' more money. It can be had now at.. .. .. ..$12000.00 WANTED' -Painters: and carpenters No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 68'6Miscellaneous at once..;: *, ., .r.k '-.: ....$3000 deep on East Government street, overlooking feet.

543X126 ft on West .Romana'; without a doubt this is the best on Equipment Building Navy Wanted S Five lots fronting Toledo square Seville square and Adams
side street in the city Thts 'property is right in line of business and street with view
,once. S ap.rl'r. o- New City., ,.. .. / ..f-$1000; open of Pensacola
in-a. 'short.time, will be. business'property.; 'You) can buy. it now WANTED-To buy 'old gold and silver One block in, New. : City. on carline bay, $10,000 will buy the property.

for.. 4,.. .. .. ...fl.- a. ....fl-.SS. OS 01 .. .e .. ......$4000.00 WANTED Old' man for gardener, 'al broken up stuff ,regardless of FLOWERS promptly lapr..
etc white or CUT. .. .. .. .-.. ;.:M ...$4000
so servant for- cooking, ; sIze Cash paid. ,Ligilt nan & Klein, filled for roses, carnations,'flowers "; FOR SALE-Elegant Lester
colored. Apply mornings 20 W. 106 E. Wright ,Phone 1127. designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie Half block in-New, City, ,on hard Like for ,piano
: -- -NOW, Think This Over!!!----- and new. Cheap cash. 1000
!I- Wright St. 20apr I, Smith! 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. road, overlooking Bayou Texar $l00 E.. Cervantes St. lApril30:

M Again'think-this. over: and,call around see us. W ANtED.-A. R. Bingham wants These all first-class pieces of S
WANTED: An experienced seam- your moving and hauling. He gnat TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. property and: are. gUedge invest FOR SALE-A first-class cigar and

stress; Creole preferred. Miss antees all breakage.., .Fiona 630. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and ments. stationery store pool room connected

Fisher Real Estate Smith 319 E..Gregory. 4apr repaired on short notice. No. 11% : In the rear. Paying business, well

Agency .ANTEDen to learn barber trade. I. will tune and repair your piano and West Government St., Pensacola Fla. established and centrally located on
10 positions for every graduate. Top organ as cheap as any one; guarantee Idee. Palafcx street, opposite the new Brent
-- wa'ges paid. Few weeks complete' best !and neatest work. Prompt D. HALE".WlLSON 6 CO. building. Apply 32 S. Palafox St.

206 S..Pal:-f ox- St. ,Phone 87. Course includes tools and diplomas." attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 .S H.. PORTER sallmaker. 716 South 31mar.
f Can nearly earn expenses if desired. 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott SmarlmWANTED. *PaIafox :'street. Orders taken_ for 'REAL ESTATE .

Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber tents;awnings camp stools and house FOR SALE Full blood white Wyan-
-LrT -I College, New Orleans,' La. Iapr6t* .-The public to know that cots. etc.. Prices reasonable. Sljan., RENTS 'AND::LOANS dotte eggs, Beacon of Boston strain
old newspapers can be bought at $2.50 setting of 15. Few fine
; ---- very
"AGENTS WANTED"-Experience this,office for five cents a bundle. They Palafox i cockrels ready for the yard. Address
S ing & Co, wholesale and retail ship 30 S. :St
DIRECTORY Professional Directory not necessary; pays for sickness,accident are all clean and nice..-- chandlers and grocers only first-class Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.Slmarlm .

..AJwhrdnJufltf.rWnt_ansuawnrg W .narn ,Jwuuswutfl.m and. death. Address the Fraternal NTED-We house of kind In city. .(Fair prices to all. Phone234.FOR, S I .
- Bankers of America, St,. Louis, want your orders foi r <.
: Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. .. THOS.. PEBLEY, Mo. 25mar4t 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original stationery invitations LUMBER FOR 'SALE-Sessoms-Whit-
Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. 0. 0. F.. designs to 'select from. All ddlng '
LAW REAL ESTATE LOANS AND cards RENT ted Co., BonIfay, Fla. 31mar2w
visiting cards, tally: etc.CeliaM.
at 7:30 WE LEARN to make mirrors at
insets every Tuesday evening COLLECTIONS you prices. Mayes. Printing-:, Pensacola. .
J.wuuJv.rruLnwuA. -
Garden home. Full guaranteed formula $5. Robinson representing The Chas.H. J1w -fWr, -
Hall West .
o'clock at Rafford PALAFOX lefeb. :
L St. Visiting brethren are cordially P. F. M. Co:, Box 472. Pensacola. .Fla. Elliott 'Company, of Philadelphia. B1NGHAM ).storage 1'OOJD'for photographers
PHONE $5 Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture
ISmarlm* Smarlm., rent, suitable for furniture. other
tvlte& ..: And: 108 South Tarragona store, 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar
I T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G Board and.RoomstnmnLsnnwtrnwwuwwsntn.. goods, 104 -
1 I live in Pensacola corner llth St. Phone 630 a nov
[ ,
J. W. GINGLES, Sec. T G YATESM. D WANTED_ j street and 15th avenue,In New City, FOR STLE-A nice fat donkey In

31Jan6m. :NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for and will take care "of your Piano. by first class condition. Price $35
UJ $$ rent. Good location,and reasonable the year at a low figure. R felt, Fisher Real Estate Agency 25mcb!

Pensacola Lodge, No. S. K. ot P. OPTICIAN WI.NTEDto 10 acres good land terms. 401( W. Chase St 4apr2w tune, clean put, etc: Phone 802, ,2 HOTELS.' ,
,' meets every Monday evening at 8 306 THfCSBV, BUILDING near city and water fr:>nta'ge; rent I .. rings. J.. Conrad Scott. Smarlm wrfuw'--' __' :'-'T-Y_ FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;
rt4 o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall or buy on time; particulars' H. FOR RENT-2 furnished or unfurnished THE BROWN RqUSE.A1ryrooms, one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
1 over ,lou stable W. Intendencia St. Pope, Lewis House. 4apr3t* rooms two blocks from car : EGGS FOR HATCHING. good beds"Free" baths 'and sample lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
t .4 'Visiting brethren cordially welcome Or Wodbf I line. Terms reasonable. Apply 22 S. I S From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode room. $2 per day. Special attention pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two

-:. .LA.KHtKPATRICKC.C; laudanum, SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED -Donaldson St or Pudhe 1134. laprlw* Isalnd Reds and S.. 'C. Brown Leg. traveling. men; J.R," Brown ProP.. skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,

:. H. ORSLER, K. of R. & S Highest price paid for gents' horns, finest pens in the south, $1 to DeFunlak ,Springs, VI;. 13marlm 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write .I. A
,-4 clothing only. Sell second hand goods. NEWLY FURNISHED, rooms; very I $1.50' per setting of'13; or $6 per 100; Chaffln & Co., Milton Fla. 25mar:
I & Rathbone! Lodge No. large book oa tome ot particulars or Dress suits for rent, 9 Intendencia. reasonable. Apply" 20 W., RomanaSt. also agent for the famous Banta Incubators CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-op.
sanatorium treas 5- laprlw and Brooders. Drop me a depot Large and 'Well lighted JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment of
t '
30 of -
K. meets
every ;
men t.Address,Dr. WANTED-By i 5- card and I will call E. L. McFadden, rooms. Free 'sample room. Meals at Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint
c- Thursday evening at 8:00 AND lB. M-WOOLLZY, a young man, position
Furnished Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm R. all hours. Special attention to. trav-: G. Morasso
; a--' (o'clock in their temporarj : as stenographer. A-I references ROOMS CHEAP rooms on I ., gallon or larterquantltr.
: 1 Castle Hall, over Pou sta WMskj ClffBiittants"Zeorgia, furnished. Address C-2, care Jo rnal. the hill after Aiprll: location high F., D., No. 1, Pensacola- Fla. tTmarlm elin'g men. $2.00per day.: J. M. Tug- & Co., ship thandlers and' grocers, 7C1

_; ; 'C ble, W. Intendencia street .Ii Saprlm. and healthy. Close to car line. Ap... *' gle Prop. ; 5 ISmarlm South PalafoL v 4oct
1- Visiting knights art cordjally ply at 314 E. Strong.S S Phone 1213. MATTRESSES BENOVATED. New CHIPLEY HOTEL Carl Setterllnd, FOR SALE-Beautiful block In r\e. I

3 w ]cmne For Farm, Turpentine or WANTED-Stenographic work of any IGmarlm. tick furnished if desired. All done i Prop. Special attention to commercial City. Tract No. 312. For cash J69'J. I
j. D. KIRK a a nature. Will give same prompt at- I Free: sample and bathrooms ;
Timber Lands NICE FURNISHED ROOM for rent in good order on short notice. Leave traveler Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court BanaL
UI.. LEVY. K.01R.8. tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.WANTED roomswith' beds. 1
with privilege bath and phone. orders at Green & Watson. Phone ., Large good hut
LARGE OR,SMALL QUANTITYCall 193. 5 7mar ?2 day, ISmarlm I
-4 : Meetings ot the 5,000 pairs of shoes to Apply No. 606 East Gadson. St., or per FOR SALE.-:-Only 4 young Boar pigs

Knights Columbus on r ,Address half-'Bole' 01. Kiedinger's Shoe phone? 534. 30marl* BAY HOTEL.-Open' night and day. sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out
_ _- held 720 W. Wholesale an!, retail of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 5S541
., are at their hall. Shop, Government St Fine European 'plan. Rooms light and ,
4 ri No. ST West Intenden Turner & Aymard repairing of all kinds promptly done; FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished manufacturers and' dealers in clean. Transient, trade solicited. All guaranteed with registrations and
cia room's at P. 17 N. Paiafox. cotton, moss and E. & C. mattressesand Carl
street, on'every satisfaction guaranteed. 3aprlw* Stone. pedegrees. Setterlind. Chiple
575-379 S. Paiafox ,JiS, ,S. Nicolau,
Monday Real Estate and Abstract Co. 29mar.' bed springs. hand furni-- Fla. 26nor.
evening at S
tuVe bought and sold. Upholstering Prop. _
? 7:30f o'clock. An in- P. 0. Box 115 WANTED-A partner In busi -
i Station te extended DeFuniak Springs,Fla ness. Will bear investigating.paying PLEASANT: place to board on North and repairing' done., Old mattresses '. ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill! elee-!
renovated; new ticks furnished if de. trio car line, six! lots 100 ft. front
Knights. Hill Address
line. 8
Small capital required. on car No.. ,
tg: S JOHN 3. JONEs, Box 753. 17marl6t* care JournaL 27mar s1r d. 114 E. Belmont St., city! FOR by 137% deep, corners $700, inside
EDM FOX. Grand Knight THE BIG COALSTRIKE Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis : lots $600. There are no better situations
_ i, Mgr. than these lots. A. V. Clutibs.;;
-; Recorder. WANTED-The public' to know that ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or unfurnished. S LIST PIANOS.I

IS ON we can do all kinds of repairing Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. Lester! Piano, mahogany, fine order, FOR SALE-Four room house with ,
S float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. E. Gadsden 24marlm Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng .
f Daughters of Rebekah. St..
$350, pr1 e'now' $275, used onlya bath, at Goulding, with two lots.
'- Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters ot G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb .a 2P Ca1ty! J. G.. Welsh. Carriage 1 few months. JlOi cash balance $8 Apply to L. M. Davis! P. 0. Box 633.

_ Rebekah. meets every Monday night COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressing NICE, comfortable' furnished room, Co.! 27feb per month .':: City. lOnarlffl
i at 8 o'clock In I. O. O, F. hall VisitIng The greatest demand ever known and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVUlers pleasantly situated. one block from Irving, handsomer-. case,. was $300

S isters cordially invited to be present for 6. 7 and 8' room modern houses. St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- bay on car line suitable! for house now $215; very little used. ':Terms $10, FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprav-

_ : Landlord, why'not build them. I can ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran keeping. Cook stove or gas, or without Money to Loan cash, $G per month .: I i ed property in all parts of the city.

: MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI, rent or sell such houses; give me a teed. Careful attention given ladies' Apply 501 .E Government St. -" **** ......--_- ,__,-M lJ-lJ-lJ-L-irtrtriruv Clutter,' large handsome mahogany: 1. A.Wilson & Co.,Real Estate Agents

i : MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. list and try me. garments. Phone 1232. Mob 24marl2* S $10,000 TO LOIAN at Current rates' of 1 case; was $400 now, $33$. A bargain. Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone

t I1H ,SPECIAL.BARGAIN I Terms $15 cash $$ month. J"AUTOMOBILES.
interest. Pensacola
:: --- Investment per i iMehlin. 172.

M. ]a. B. A, No. 81, meets first and A good paying turpentine businessfor WANTED.-Hauling and transfer WANTED few boarders at 212 W. Company. April1. w.i high grade- mahoeanv: was. agent for tHa
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 I $30,000: work. Office phone 363; residence Gregory. New house, good: neigh. $450 now $390; rented nJfew autos
t4t4t; a. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Intendencia 40'acre improved farm 8 miles from phone 390. Acosta & White 22-23 N. borhood and on car line. ISmarlm MONEY TO LOAN-EverYbody bar months; $20,cas $10 per month. I'f 1 i from Pope 500.00 Mfg.Co.and They can cost you less than

-t1i: street Pensa la,. worth $,l2OO;. can sell at Tarragona St. 25mar. rows money from Jno. A. Hall & Sterling, ebony case, was $350 now horses to keep up.up. They can be run
A. G. FELL Prea. $600. :.NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Co., 16 E., Government, street. When $120, $10 cash. $6.per month. j in sand or anywhere a horse can go.
1- I.:,tk SWEENEY. Sec. ANTED.-AU kinds Ot electrical Newly furnished, clean and nice, in need call on us. 9feblm Clutter, l large sI'ze. mahogany case; : E. Brooks. ,
work. I sell all kinds of electrical : _
---- : near postofflce. Apply at 128% E. used seven months,: -was $400 now: I
--ft4) Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. O. F. batteries and other electrical supplies. Government street :Mrs. B. M. Trainer. MONEY lOANED on all kinds of perfonal $275; $10 cash, $8 pet month. I FOR SALE-My property, 416 E. Bra1 1 1
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. p., When you need me ring 345 or 955. 7janlm. property on short notice. Kimball, walnut'case,".'was $375 used inard St., consisting of four lots 49 |
H 11.1' CRAWFORD E. W. Peake new Star Laundry building Term easy. J. B. Gray & Co, 2 W. two years ." 185 $10 I''xl60 dwelling con !
BieetB"every ThursBar veMlng at 7:30 : now $ ,- cash, balance feet; a two story
pS new hall West E. Garden. l5dec.WANTED.Real Romana. Phone 1165 1febi' month.:"? : hall bath room [
,t the on Garden Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat I $7 per- i: taining 6 rooms ways
itreet. Visiting brethren cordially 3151a! South, Palafox, Street this office. They are all clean All of t1i9 above ire #' prtght pianos:. closets ,and pantry. On car line; will {
_ for LOAN.-on
Estate sale TO
tu1t, d. E. GREENBLATT, or and nice. S 1 MONEY real estate or and we guarantee them We have 16 sell entire property for $3000.00. E.
T rent, leas-a or exchange. Your business other sufficient security by applyIng '
22feb II
NEVILLE., Secretary. from:fife
square: pianos tq $45. SOC L. Reese.
solI ited. 3 Pebley : .
T respectfully A.Wil- to Thos. cor Palafor and _
_;4iiL -:---- HACK NO. 16 son, Real Estate Agent 22ft,W. Government Romana" up stairs. 17novm.MONEY per week'gOo CLUTTER d for MUSIC practice.HOUSE, 'FOR SALE-Choice Pekin duck t'ggS J Ii
W. 0. W.Uve street, Room 7.. Salisbury LOST S dozen. Single comb t.
Ready:at all hours to answer calls 4-- W WflStBLACK TO LEND-On good real :-p'e".acora, Fla.FOR $1.50 per
Oak Camp No. 1, W. U. W. to any; part of city.: First class in building. Phone 172. 23JanNEW security, or on good collateral estate ; brown Leghorn eggs $LOO per setting.
_ If meets in. Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd every respect Fast and gentle horses -- UPRIGHT- PIANO toejciiange SILK WATCH FOB with gold rtesLeslie E. swi-'lei./' enT and "secondsacofld I I B. P. rocks, the same $5.00 per hun
t1 Wednesdays in each month. Visiting J and polite drivers. Phone No. '185. for lot East HUL Address I locket engraved with monogram J. at lowest building.: jyin, hand offlce-;safes, different: dred delivered in Pensacola. 3 trios
; 3io'veeIgus cordially invited. George KFaulk' ,' on P. G. 0. and one K. of C. p'-n. Returnto Fisher,' sizes, best makes at .1 bargain: prices.i i of ducks at $' .o0 a trio. Plain directions
_ F. A. BOGHICH C. C. 0. Box 207. SOmar J. G. Oliver, at Johnson & Son. izi LOANED onfall kinds of Scarritt Moren$, offleV East Govern:: given upon request to raise pou.-

LESLIE E. BROOKS. Cierk.c .- WANTED.-Electric work of eh'kind. 3apr3t property on short notice.personal ment S.ll *,O I. 24mar, try In city lots' successfully. F. N.

'-- .' F,4 A.M., Let us clean your fans, reran your I I' Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair ',1 ': r:_ Howell, Box 36, Warrington, Fla.

Woodman's Circle. A regular} 'communication. of. Pensa dynamo. da jour wirini' P"na:' LOST-On3 pointer dog, white 'With 2$% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. i W.L'ITED-To loaa-money on your i' 30mar2w -
-tg W. 0. W. C.. Oak Brove. No. i Elecirte Co.; lemon about two years old. Return -! KvtAVTJNLIMITED watches :J Jewelry and personal ef-
cola Lodge, No.. 42, F. & A. M. will 570 Peusaeola ,. 235 s. ears S cash
_ Highest price for
fects. old is:
Circle meets Thurs street goljmd 10 acres
Woodmen every Baylcn.WANTED.. to 114 West Garden Sapr J FOR SALE-40 acre farm.
U held 'Thursday night All memo S i _, silver. LighUnan & Klein 106 Rwri B,
2d floor Pythian Hill Chlpleyoa
day :s p, nu ,over I amount or money toon loan 1 pecans; 2miles south of
:: : Pou's stable, on Intendencia street bers are ,requested to be present and Tils Merchants TransferCo. LOST-Horse, shoe stickpin set with: all kinds of personal property.! ht Phone '1U7.. C. & St A. !t R.; also 120 acres, -!'

r Ylsltins sovereigns cordially invited. visiting>trethren imvited. By order ,of wants your moving and baullng.' chip diamonds. Lost Thursday j Special rates to business men on large! FOJt"SAltEA.; : R.)Bingham has a acres Improved 2tf! miles from tOWn.Ad4ress

I 1: Mrs. Leoni Langford, Guardian: Mrs. :: T.:fi.'HARVEY. W. M',. All breakage guaranteed. T.B. TnoitBen. .I r night,at the opera house. Reward Return : loans. The New York Loan,Co., 204%I good team of 'moles! fcr Bale.' See J. B. Hogeboom, Aycoci F-!
--B.- OUen. Clerk.' B. *!. SOLOMANirfiee; ?," .. Proa. Phone 478. ,181unelm.i .;I r to 313 W. Romana. 30marlwJ ( South 'Palafox. I them pn b*$ new :Soat I bt' U1.rJm

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Thousands7'----=-- 'Each. Dcay 'WhWAe: Looking for Bargains


roLbciialr;- ,ForSalotOne also several new Kokens mirrora. Call bar- rAiji[ .i'" ; McMillan- Bros. Co. SHIPPING ; NEW #0//j60 :, VVOODI'

Dr rnIlent!rite 8t'J. A:. BilllngsIejvU' .E. GOT4aprim. t" 6 i wh/sfa All kinds that you want.

-jZiFoR SALE-Lease.or rent, VESSELS IN PORT. OAK AND PINEcheaper

} er car Una on Little Bayou. Ap- :I BROKERS i iIe ateamlh1illo'Pha. "ahraholdjocj"-

I: to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou.: I IJ1 XJer Str 2693,. Brink Hull to : than you can buyit

apT16t. __ .:' II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET : order. : anywhere. Any size you
; MOBILE ALABAMA.MAkETS. August Belmont, Br .ss, Clarke, want.
; iFoR\ SALE-80 acres' located 2967 Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. ; ,

Fat I?useS and Cottage, with etc. Hill large Creek on railroad house runs through barns all:fenced, ou:the. I iPrivate Wires N. Y.: N. 0,. and Chicago.GOnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVlSIONSaodBONOS. I Ii I Transit Kramer Ascension' Co.2693 De., Manchester Larrinaga, Brit to Gulf St. it's a winner : L >&,; .; SEWEIL: '

Md and 4 or 5 springs are also on I i Dora, Br ss, Mitchell 1459, Buenos 4shoutsof ,1- Phone 614.
*L jand. Plenty shade trees and ap- i Ayres.: '

t'e pecan peach and plum trees I Emelia, Aust ES, Hreglich, 232'1,.! .
Ld soil; also have a lot of fine breediSciens I Naval Stores. Trieste. enthusiasmgreet Pensacola St. Andrews
ducks hogs, goats peafowls Bought and Sold! on Margin or for .Investment. Savannah, Ga.- APril ".-The naval Senator !Holleseen Ger a; Lange,1 : :

pigeons geese and turners pi f I stores market closedtodal'as follows: 1232, Cardiff. Gulf Steamship Co
Reasonfor selling is that 1 .sv.v.... .. .. ..: .. ....r.,5 i 45 Br. 1722 : it
Spennymoor ss
all one to manage place. A great I. RaferencK':' Brsf Jitionil d Peoples B lkS. Phone I I J .v a..... -...' ... ... ... .....5 3GN ( Haelva. STEAMER TARPONW.

lave .. .. ;. ...515M. S
tajfflia\ either looking as for an a investment good farm on or .... ...... ................................ .v..e. U. .....SS 0. ...SI O.S. ....,....5 10 Ship. l' verywheremeritwilltellxnllhionbottles & 3ARROW, Master.

for party to make money. ..Everythingtenuine K..... ... ... ..S .e. .......4 55 Orpiheus Aust ship' Medanic Tries FIRSr.cLASR SERVICEAND: ;

Tffcidi just as represented. .No .' i:.-... ... .. .. ... ..............4 35 te. I I FREIt-HT'
Write and or call on W. H. Morgan j ...........................:...T.............................................................." < ....,...................It. II ...;.. .. .. .. .eptSt .. ..4 20 Birx 1 sold ai1 Intlali3r.g.reat: viciorylfull : -Betwveu- .
fake. Pensacola, for further partic- .T..TT..T. yA\\WA\w wvvywvPut ..: ':' G.. ,. .. .. .... .. ._ .... .....3 90F (} Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese, 868, Ha: convenient PENSACOLA. MOBEL APALACHJ-! ;
BOX 31m3r QPPCCftlQ them in before the FLIES and '". ..- .. ......... ...........3 85 vana. I measure- package COLA.. CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS -
ears. I E...... -.... :. .. .. ........3 85 GurU Rus bk, Blomberg 702 BaibaaVJes .. moderate price-sold everywhere MILLVILLE.
FOR-SALE::_95%, acres of land half OU.lLE.llU. MOSQUITOES get into your house. D.. .. .......i. ;.. .... .0s. .3 85 to Pensacola Lumber Co. I And all point on SU Andrews Bay..
pile from city northwest; 70 acres We can furnish them e CHEAPER NOW. C..' .. .... J.. t"". '. ..;.3 85 Precursore, Rosasco'Brog'Ital bk; 'Schiafflno. 150S.:' "b & b" atlanta Carrabeile.!. and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .
land sub soil clay; 25& under Spirits Turpentine 65% to 65Y.ac_ Genoa to
timber day sub 'soil- Dr. T.LaFar .- A :Supply of: BRICK, now on hand. Scillin, Ital bk, Zeno, 1220 Souti' Leave Feusacola Sunday, 1:30: tfor
cultivation '
hampton to Rosasco Bros. m... Mobile Ala; ;

20mar2w. 519 Guillemarde_St L..."..".Phone...........". ".....'........11........... ......... ...............,.\IItN'H........G.."!.'..TT.........DeSILVA...... .......................,. & CO.TT.TTT".....>........'..'.'.'.'.':":"1 \ AUSLEY Liverpool A Cotton CO.'S. REPORTS Market.. Antwerp.Starthem, Br bk, Maitland 1272, m.Leave, for St.Pensacola Andrews, Tuesday, MillvIUe, 8:30-Ala p,2,

SALEMy lodging house for . .! 'CJo e Schooners. SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !- 4lcola,, Carrabelle and Intermediate

jXR Fourteen rooms newly fur .. n.-Feb.......,...... ........................5.6j Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeo 3, points.
Dished:sale. throughout It Is on- a good _: 'eb.-Xar.................................... 165 Cardenas.: Buy ,Diebold Safes.. .' For. additional Information apply tj
and centrally located .- Mar.-April....&.86 Joseph W. Hawthorn Am sch, 516, ,
paying basis ; 4.prtl-May ...,...8.86 Sc rritt Moreno, 'Agent. E. R. COBB Pmldent. -'
lU 'blocks from postomce; part cash. If. :iUy-Jtme.. ........_..;.........6.87 Hoffses,.to L-A. Merritt & Co. Gen. Frt and ,Pass.Pensacola. Agt
Apply to Mrs. B. M. Trainer 128% JnneJmly .!..........5.88July.Angust John Paul Am sch, 352, Itoss to J. rIL

E.: Government St._. 30niaFOR < Time Flies ................. 5.87 A.. Merritt & Co. : -
SAlEHousehold goods bed Fast II Aofut-Beptember...................8.83 Thos. S. Dennison Am scb,' Wade Morris Dannheisser
September-October...... &.69, 1329 Baltimore to order.
clothing linen and dishes: Apply: Oetober-KoTembw ........... ......5,64 Union Br sch, 72, Tela, Honduras. 'of'Dannheisser Bros. t _[VAliSV1LLimTRR 1IA1JT RR
531 E. Government St. 25marlm I ... ..-., Korember-December ..a........ .63 < \ Formerly )
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old; newspapers -- .'.;.. DeoeKber-Janoaiy ........ ..............6.63 Rheumatic Pains Quickly "Reffeved. Pure. Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine
., ,. \ ..,' Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
bundle. Thin of ; I fdTfirpoolSpots.eOt characterIstic
at five a The excruciating pains pt-1:
fice. 1 of rheumatism and sciatica are Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
T:And-a few dollars put into i New York Cotton Market. quickly relieved by applying Chamber:

FOR prize SUiEgga winning Barred from Rocks standard fifteen bred each/week ,or month soon' 'amounts to i .Opea ',}High Low Close lain's Pain Balm. The great pain relieving PENSCAOLA.12 W. Zarragcm Street FLORIDA., '- -, S
Janu&ry 10.13 'io.43 10.12( iQM power of the liniment has
?1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio Improved quite a substantial sum.1T6 .- of thousands
: May 11.03 11.15 10.96 11.15 been the surprise and delight -
Chester White Pigs. pedigreed. Mrs. 7oly 10.99 U.D9 of sufferers. The quick relief 4Si' :
Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla. I place your money in the bank August 10.86! 10.93 10.80 10.9! from pain which it affords is alone ,
22marlm. and bills I r October..........JO.Sfl, 10.49 10.88 10.49! worth times its cost. For sale ARE YOU READY
pay. your by check adds to I Peoember....;....1QU1 10JI 10.41 '10.31] many s1'a
: : BROWN LS5HORNS-Knlp by all druggists.
S. a your business standing, m the community Liverpool Spots 6<&_-- -
Hughes Strains; record 240 per
egg Sew York Spoti, U.SS
pullet The farmer's and fancier in which. you live. It saves you New Orleans Spots 11%. To West Florida Merchants.I Those cheap rates expire April 7th I. _
chicken. Eggs for hatching. Ant all time.and of have established a first class ice to California and the Northwest.
worry, payment Wheat.,
fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. Low" cream factory in Pensacola. ad ,can Each first ana ,.third Tuesday tickets !
1. }2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50.tor 15. thUs Open' High* Close make you good prices on cream in any are almost given away to Texas,
% 77 i 77 &
May % %
Sunnyside Poultry Farm 'DeFunlak f & .............'rc.Wt 11 *. nx quantity. Correspondence solicited.BOSSO Oklahoma and that section. '
Springs, Fla. References-anyone in 1 Time; is :money. ; Corn. ICE CREAM FACTORY First class round trIp convention, C :
the city. 13marlm 6am Bosso, Prop. rates to California in May and' July.i 0 -
Open ..iffigh Low Close
FOR SALE Grocery store and residence Kay............ & >& 44 45 Pensacola Fla. Through Pullman Tourist Cars from 0'J _
..... Washington. C.. to San Franciscovia -
July < 44% &, .
combined Including stock i.t&t
FULL )LINE OF E. P. REED &. Atlanta Montgomery Mobile and qfTHROUGHSERVIOE__
fixtures etc; nice home: good water, New York.stock Market CO'S OXFORD TIES JUST RECEIV. New Orleans and ,Southern Pacific -

one whole block under fence. Cash ;;; f Open 'Oos EJD.! ,.-LOUIS! FRIEDMAN & CO. 2t (Sunset Route)' and from St. 'Louis
only. Corner Maxwell and 6th, ave. fIRST.AIJOHAL BANK Southern Pacific........ 7()!. &j% _.; and, UnionPacific and .
jtfra. Z. P. Ryan P.._ 0._ Box 614. : Copper............F..... 113. 111% Kansas via-: Wabash .' VIA'
Jtoartm : J..8.R; ;................. ..... 1403 141 Bitumen. City.
The ojies known form of natural We have the best service' to China L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E. I.
:. OF PEN SA COCA. FLA. &teh................, ; ,..:.. -94% WM
4 .!.R.....*.......*......>:t.'..... 162; 161 hydrocarbon was the bitumen which Japan and Hawaiian Islands., 2 .Veetlbuled I Tkraugb trains Dally
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION W. IL'KsowLEa Pres. W.K.HTBB;JR.,V.-Pres. and CasMer. B.BT...............IJh... 88% 84% rose to the surface of the Dead sea, No trouble to answer ;questions..J < fv .TlW.r. s NT and W.N.Rornr Asst Caah1er.. ftO. .:........... ., :::..... 1l4. } 1l8 calledfrom that circumstance the As- THROUGH SLEEPERS urn DAY COACHES
---- -..... :w ANT DJ ...P.Y..-!::=..... j..F. ,, ,O.-.Brent..... -.,. W--->>--j-A.: Blcrant<3tBrent., W, H. Knowles,' W... K. Rye Jr.., ...".....:....-......-....::-Ja"IT", ...... .'5 .. 44' phaltum Jake Tradition says that '11 .. ,, F...VAfC.RENSSELAER KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
,'ro. O.F.I ...; ....... 65* G. W. ELYT.P.. A; 'General Agt KJima CARS SERVING AU MEALS EN ROUTE
WA'Thii TO BORROW '$3000 at t -- -j- : U. 8..-.,.::.f",....... 42Y used to appear on the surface in considerable 124 Peacbtree St,' KB.BlLLMAN.a.F.A.'-! S.L ROOKS. k.Ajt j
masses and collected by -avLU" -110 IWUVltU TIMK,
per cent. for one year. Best of'&& U.B. preferred..r.\:.... l08J 108 was I V Atlanta, Ga.
curity, valued at- $15,000. Address"Security :: '. : '" ." .. .. B.S...............a.......... 82% 32 the Arabs and exported to ,Egypt I I - -uioutU --
," Journal offi.5apr31.. .- *. .., .:. ."r.:.: : \ : ', : -- : L.& N.-."...<.. 15234 151 .where, it was used in embalming and -
L ad... .. 81 83y.C. few in the arts. The
> !' .l. .. v.. for a purposes '
,.... 'OJ ..-No. 118ft3.** ..........'if*>.p.......ii*..*...*- J. 60Met..i ancients were also acquainted with the &. NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
.;;;r. :rt.NY,0. .:.-;t 1l83 1l8 ,
SHUTTING OUT THE SEA. .Co w. UU"II;; p'I el1f. sons fF IFF'tR. *JSllttiU CMMar. Can.Pac.............!.:Ol...... 1T34 172J liquid .form of; bitumen-petroleum. gfeagjfcjft*Ufjjl'Tjm.Tabes iehratn, Ptnsattla! M PpfoU Norii.REA1Q1I' .
-...E.CURK Vlei-PretMent'iifd: Cuhltr. 1.W..'ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier. ... ,......... 148 113% Herodotus speaks of the mineral oil of .,. -' -..- '
J'he Massive Sea Wail That Stretehea. p.0 ...".;,: .s... 85H IU% Zante, and other Greek authors men READ UP
Ar..nd Galvecton. R'D'G................... ...... 187% i88S tion the, springs of Agrigentum the trafns : Trains Not.
Stretching around tl'limits THE AMEHIOAN NATIONAL BANK 1.? ,............... 178 1T73E. product of which was burned in lamps 2'. 4 -- - '8 1 -
.;....:....*.'..... 28 27% -&r----- --J j- r11:9pm
and I. and known as Sicilian' oil. There 1.-4atn LT, ,.Pensaco1a.. .Ar- 8:0flam 4:00pm
continuing entirely along the southern was : *
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'OF ftHSACQL/LA. IJ.: B..... U% 4 worshipers of Persia erected temples 6asn AT .. -... .. .. ._ 33bTfl lll5am
side of Galveston is its massive
",.O.I........._.;:;;....151, 151 -./.Birmingham .. .. Lv. 4upm :33am
sea wall standing as an Impregnable DESlc1N, TED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Penna.;........... 140 14)1U () over the burning springs. Of the 11.44th Ar,. .. .,jj. 8:45am 2:5w
defense and an insurmountable barrier : P..........>__...... 159Auley 15' use of these substances in the middle 7:2 37azn' 4r. .Nashv1lle.,
against even the greatest storm ever CAPIT L. rOCK/$!OOee8.} SURTLUS, $&9OO. ages and later we chiefly know that t &: m ,, .NashyiUe.. ,, ..'L. SIam 2e5axn1:2am
815b1 At... ,. ', vanaville.. .. 3:Warn zopm7:40'ai
known to have occurred In the Cotton Letter. the petroleum springs of Pechelbronn
gulf Co.'s
& Daily
DIRECTORS- ;9Qpb4r, ,. ,.St. Louis.. ., ,.,,..Lv. 4Spm 3:20pm
writer in Marine Review. This in the sixteenth century spontaneously
says New York, April 4.-Liverpool wa
vail( symbolizes in its firm construction 'Henry .....Covfngton: ,_ Frank Rellly, F. E.; Brawner, .practically unchanged again this furnished mineral oil in such quantities : S:2 IE..Ys'.Nasfrvae: ,. ,,Ar. 8:1n 2;15am
on a solid foundation not only the J. M. Pfeiffer, W S. Rosasco, C. V. Lunar, futures while spots were that the peasants around used it 2ltam-i: sgQaia .r., .. ..L nlsvllle ._ ..4v. 2.4am I 9:30po6:00pm
mqrning on
.,Cincinnati .. UtOOpmBetween (
T. F. McGourin, J. It. Sounders, 7:20am ) 12tOln'i a.
absolute future but'also ryan Dunwody,: things to to f ed.'theulamps' and grease their
safety of .the city; w. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura reduced 1. point, leaving up :
that unwavering confidence and A.W.M.Averr.L; Cavtftion, ; Dr. W. J. Hannah, M Hcnzlc OerUng, America! to set the pace: and for j, carriage wheels. The virtues of the : Mobile and Nqw Orleans.
tmshaken belief of Galvestonians in time it looked as though she would mineral springs of the Jura mountainswere
C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark
Alex Ic6oyn. 3'2
this location as the supreme harbor of .' '" doit but the lulls evidently thought I made! known in 1712 by a Greek 6&7 2&3 4&1 1&4545

the star empire and the gateway forthe Accounts OfCmnksIndIvlthiali, ,Corpora.tlontand Firms SeUelted. better of it after a.few points advano doctor, who pronounced them a 'treasure 7OOamJlJl6Mpm 05pmIflILiPensacoin.; : ...A'f'j 5:00afiO0pmi6:3Op
vast and limitless of the i'j fed and again dropped out cf sight, I that had been unknown from the 10:4.Gam 2i5a.m: .,1-:9 !At... MobIle .. ..Igv.140amI1:59amJ[ { 2:35pa)
great southwest The city resources sea'wall was Four! per c..ntlntr itPaid on Tim Deposits. prices not going up enough to induce I''. beginning of 'the world. Since then 1:15am{ 8UpmM..NeW: | Orleans. Lv4| SlSpxnJ..4 8:25am
the bears to take much action. -
"begun' Oct. 27, 1002, and the work was The move io ports .still keeps free i new sources have been. discovered in Flomaton, Pensacola_River Junction and Jacksonvllfe.
.. ., all parts of the world.
tsmpleted July 29 9O4. having been l ; and .while the weather reports. were 21 5 1 3 Trains do not stop at stat10U11 2 I 4 I I 1 I 22-
tarried to a successful "conclusion in ..............sOS$4....4......$4.44............ not what they should be, yet there was.1' J DdlyDallyfDailyDaIly 1| I | where no time is shown j Dally]r[ ailyIbaIIyaflyT4it8U
three months less than the contractedtime J.: s. EEESEL l'r sJ4ent. B. W. MENEFEB Cashier.B. startling in conditions or fore-I' Epitaph In Enyllah Charcbyard.A .
nothing at an epitaph ... 35O Lv.. ...Flomaton .. .Ar. 12:45 1:26 8:25j U.'I!
lde1.t. attempt
.1r. CART V1ce-Pre .
which, considering the magnitudeof ? cast.We In the Nonconformist Campo Santo in ..... 5:00 2:35: 2:55.. .. .. ..Century .. .. 12:40( l:21j 8:2U.....
the undertaking, Is noteworthy Aa THE: PEOPLE'S BANK OF PEWSACOU, are very much afraid Col. PriceIs. Bunhil Fields, where Bunyan Defoe, '..... 5:07 '!:41 ,,:O6 ., H' ...Bhifi.Springs .. .. "'2:33 1:15 8:15 .....
an extension of the sea wall around the in imminent danger of being court .... 5:in*2:51.3Ju.: ( .. .. ..McDavid.. _... '12:22 1JW: ':06._..
city of Galveston, the United States Director-'! .,J.; Ricvis', 3. .. Reese,. W. DeC. Kcssler, R. M. Carr, martialed in Arkansas for rank dlsctoedience the ,romwells' and Mrs. Wesley' lie .... 6:30 *1:04 '!:U.. .! ...PineBarrentf lei ....12:08: 12:52( 1:5 .....
government appropriated $591,000 to W; A.' ryAlemberie! T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. of orders. He started in buried, fs found on the tomb of Lady ..... 5:89: 3:13 '3.50: .. .. ..Molino.. .. .... '11:69 12:43 7:47] .._.

build about one mile more of wall TRANSACTS. G BANKING BUSINESS. with a great deal ot enthusiasm to put Page a person who seems to haye suffered ..... '5:43 ...... '::04.w .f ..Quintette .. .. .. .11:61 *1234 '7:39 ......
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ;prices away up and confidently predicted terribly from what we call drop. '*4ll ,. ..Cotta e Hill .. ... 11:44 12:29,.1:34.....
ttt along and the the beach federal in front of Fort adjoining Crock. ...:................................... ............. 12 cents again but we rather By, but which might have cad another .."..... 5:57 5:53.3:26 3:29: :15.?, .? ...Cantonment .. 11:40 12:26} 7:31..O

the reserve -. i -,-.- think his 'game was to induce the public name in those days: > !i.... .6:01.3:3i '4:23 .. .. ...Gonzalez.. .eI .. .1U35 '12:21'7:26.....
of' the city' on the west. Thfe total length' :r ':; to get in and put the market up I 'Here lies Pame Mary Page ..... .6:03.3:86: |*.:25.. ., ...Roberta.. .. .... '11:33 '12:19 '7:24 .....,
sea wall is about four nd-al aU'miles. that he might have an opportunity *,:4(1. ,..wlive.. ., .... 11:22 12:09 '7:15! ....
BILToir GREP3MU.1 T.B. W Lt.1J:8.: Vloa-PBlSIBlUf! !30! I Relict of Sir Gregory Page (Bart) .... '8:15 2:45 9 ,_ j. ,
It Is sixteen feet wide at base, B.M.,BU HOTJJi.CGit smn.-. MANSFIELD MOB tNO,Assr.CASHTSH" to sell it, but the countryman: is in-I She depart this Ute March U. 17% ..... -6:21'3:51'4:48.] .. ,. ..Brent.. .. ... .. .11:15.12:04.1:09 .....
curving- five :feet In ,width at the Bank dined to be somewhat shy of any bait I In the 66th-year of her age. .... 6:25.3:54.4:51.: .. ...GoiUding .. .. .. .11:11'12:01 7:05.,..
I top being seventeen feet. above-mean .fereif. .s: National coming from that source. 5' C -* S... 6:30 4:00 5:00 Ar... .Pensacola .. .Lv. 11:05 11:55 7:00'' ...
low tide and one foot higher than ,in '.' of PO&aoola..l'1orld&. Farm work all over the belt is being! In 67 months she was tapped 66 times. No. 23
the,lOco storm. -- uRccrop& pushed rapidly! and under fairly favsrable -; Had Without taken ever away repining.240 gallons at her of case water No.PM.21 I I.IA.3L

Gee. Wjirlgb .. .MorrUBear.' T.E.Welles. Bis M.Robinson. L. Hnton Gr !a. conditions there can be no reason : Or ever fearing the operation.A 5:00.. ......._ 7:00 Lv, ..Pensacola ......Ar 10:50.( .. .!.. 1115;

.. .,(cVtRAL BACKING BVSINtSS TRANSACTED to look for' "anything else but a successful attempt is that C 5:20... .... 1:13.. .. .." ..Bohemfa.'S.! *10:65:
BrnU. large'rop and we rarely have a crop more C 5:22.... .. 1:15.0' .. ...Gull Point.. ,o. ... '11:33... .... *10:53
So treatment for bruises is more failur two years in succession but, found- oa the tomb of Vavasor Powell C 5:25.... ..! ,...i. or *. '.i .. Iu Q Lia:. .. *..* *.*.-*.i ...... '10:50
prompt and efficacious than foment 1 aside from this! we have the :boll weevil who seems to have suffered 'eleven C 5:29... .... 7:18 ; .. ..;.Escambia... .. ... '10:2S|...... -10:47
tions as hot asr can be borne. Firm pest and the scarcity: of labor to years' Imprisonment preaching the I 54(l.... .... C Ii5 ,1 '!.' ,. I na.. 't. ... .-.. .,Lv.4Q...... .h' .10:36

compression immediately over ,the injured Jno. contend with which ought In. a way gospel. He was known as the "White- C 545.; ... ... i...... .. f. j. 9..Harp.. .. .. ... ..... ..e.. .... '10:32
place will often prevent discoloration R ;.cfr. : .4:=-y de CC). Sco'y:" a offset 'the increase.In. acreage field of Whales;" t 5:57... ..... i* '7:35, ..' .. .Galt CIty.. .. ..... .. ...... '10:21:

but the hot application"will have T 'Whole8.le and Retail Dealer ia thereby leaving the consumer to figureon In vain oppressors do themselves perplexTo 6:03.. ... ... I'M. .. ......Miuon. .. .. ... : .... .... 18:14
the same effect The sooner the heat DomesticAnthracite: an average crop of about 11,000,000 fin4.out arts how they the saints may .6:35.. ......... ''t.J!'- .;:,,, :..Good: Range. .. .. ., ....*. 9:43
can be Steam. C 0 A L sales. This with the world requiring! vex. C 7:03... ...*,8:15..... .. ...Ho.ts. ., .. ..... .. *:K
PHcations applied the better.. Alternate- hd'Bladtsmi: 1l 12,000,000 bales at a somewhat lower: Death spoils their plots and acts the oppressed I 7:261... ... 8:30| .. ....MllI1gan;*" ;.'"' .. ',. 9:12.....I.. .8:52

of heat and.cold are y reffective. /. m ce4No.43: s uth PalatQ street Telephone 93. level[ of values would suggest that J free obtained; true liberty. 7:40 .... ... 8:38 .. .. *.Ur6Sl7I6W...:._: ,w."t]..904 ...... &:3!
the For all braises, cxcep' :ttibeen : fafi t .'11 r. :r ira gon& .and.GOnzalez".eireeta. Phones 6 and' 373' present prices were very nearly the. Thus Christ Vavasor'him released and now he's Joyned S 8:09....... .1 8E6: .. ,. ./ .Deer Lan!!.. ';." .. '" ... ...... 8rOS
head,peat is the remedy btf rSevere : rrF.: T'-. -L ..J"c" right thing. There Is undoubtedly a, among C 8:33... ... ..- 910: .. I' ,.Mossy Head .. ..__,.! 7:40
blows on the head.cold Jslfrmbti i-- : heavy long interest in the May option The martyred sonls-with whom he cries .9:16] ... .... :-r:35: ..' .fDfFuniak Springd' ..... 6:57
less better.: Fomentations may be used .. .'" ,, ". -- and as delivery day 'shows near, there "How Jongr E:30 .... .... 944 ,.! 'I ., Argyle .. .. ...... 8:33..s. 6:42
at Intervals to lessen :the soreness, but ; ., ,,, jr -. may be a' scramble to unload especially -t Chambers' JournaL. 9:52.. ....., 9:57: ,-f'., Ponce DeLson.. .. .. S 6:29(

Monl l4,not be continued more. than five ; : :i' -. --_- -- -J1 shonld the .weather be of a more I .. 10:12 .... ... 15:10: ta.s .;. ."., 6:00
lIllnutes at a time. r favorable character -during the re- 10:22. ... ... .101S ....,. ....Caryvllle.-.. t& .. .. 7:12 .*..... 5:325:2t:
DOn,' You Need .Carriage S e'd1t nainder, ot the present month, then all sold and simply awaiting shipment. 10:45... ..e,.10:30: .*. ..Bonuay.. .. ....-. 6:55..... .. :
Minus correction in the Bremen .. .. .. ... 6:37.. .. 4:55
Great Britain. farm Proj ; jrbuld occur a battle royal for the Interest The 11:12 .... .... .10:4.ChIpey'
The island of Qreat Britafct-so! called itched'fo; ? the, wagon and will implements : in the July option on the other stocks hasset: the continent to guess- 11:29........ J0:58.? ** #. i.Aycock.. .. .. .. 6:27.. .. 4:39
m' -weather they last longer and per .
; tr
to distinguish te ted. : the almost as heavy and therefore tug, for Manchester and Lancashire 11:43.-; .. .... 11:07; .r ...Cottondale.. 'h. ... 6:18.. .. 4:21
01 Little from Britain: Minor, 'form/inpre:: : satisfactory service. It is difficult to form an opinion. spinners evidently do not intend to 12:101.| .....!... 115.. .. ,..Marianna..: .. II.. 6:00.]..... .. 3:55
rest Britain;; in France- the lar- I We Want FUrhish the Lumber There seems to have been an unusual.y let, their; brothtra across the channel 12:441.... ..,. 115.V ,; .. ,.Cypress.. .. ... 5:38... ... ... 3:19.
n Island in Europe. Its greatest well-as. .the nails and other hardware necessaryin-- Its heaVy short interest crept into the deplete their stocks to the extent that .12:55|.... .... '1U62 .:. ,. ;.GJ'9.nd'Ridge.. .. .. 5:32 ....... 3:07
*& is 608 miles .and its, greatest erealfonq: :-;jFramlng' may be had ,for $16.00. siding nO.OOt tall and winter months and anything they will have to fall back upon Amer-: 1:13........ U:02 ...: .. .. .Sneads.. .. ..... C 5:21... ... 2:43 '
oreadta 320 miles. It embraces Eng;: 4i1Wand 52.25 and'wire' wls on a. $2.35 base. iiat would start this to covering Sea for their supplies before the new 1:30..1.| .... 12:15 ,,River Junction 5:10. ... .... : t30
land, Scotland and Wales. No. other: ,would cause a sharp advance in these crop tarts to move. They have te n 10:501..1.! .. 7:40 At .,,- .JacksonvHle." .. Lv | 9:05 .... -.. 4:00
coltftry: in the world haij such ,great positions but about the only thing up against that arne' too often and AYI r 1PM tAMjyMTrains
Jleral: wealth in so' small an area; .Saunders .MII'riJpa y, that could do this would Je a prolong- mow',full well what" it means. .
> through sleeping ear fcetweej
Coal .., taking both sides into 21 and ai14.tia1 i 2 and 3 carry
is weather. The New Therefore
first, and the.other ..Important sd spell of bad I and Seaboard Air Line.
21 East Garden Street. consideration we 'favor the'long side Pensacola and JaduonTille via River Junction .
IIllneral8 are iron, tin, copper lead, 1! t1!!; Orleans stock is nearly 100,000 heavier I .rI
i all .Jo.fer O'11flhli' -
firoapjrite3 and salt. -- than last year but this excess is about on the,;setback$ Trains stop :
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3S ,' DEBATING[ : and bear your 'SUiTEEING, W :-;: : -TRANSFERS N [ "-About' 3Jear( ago," writes Mrs. MattieAllen, of

the Wearer
,1 Personality t you prefer,but you will find life ., 1123 ]roadWay, 'Augusta, Ga., "I I suffered with '

I pleasanter if you irill cure (he .. blincUatfc headaches and backaches, and could get
r$ Is list of the deeds recorded tried
'Fo1 w1ng a no relief uhtin!
SnCITr'c[ .
: Don't sink your ihdividualtylnan :ill-fitting pains with that,great, modern yesterday reported by the ): .

j t and poprly-made garment questionable .' I pain remedyHAMLINS: Pensacola. Abstract CO:' V *
Alexander .st ddart to Aaron Johnson -
fabric when
you can get J WIZARD Oil. ,.I lot 16-5)Iock, 17, New City Tract -CARBUI

Has Been Formed at Fort Barran-- '$150. : :
Guaranteed :All-Wool SuitsThat t "F. H. Turner to Horace Blaisdell,
All pain is e&ased tj some lot, : 5, J>!ocKm #ew.W: Tract, *125A. .
and c'as With a Membershipof .. Fisher-tb..A. Whitest \. -' ,- '::OFWoman's:
are cut built by the best shear and formtof inflammatory action. < A. : Henry I

needle artists in the. world tfte of ,.J -!&,.block.leo r;. Clapp 'p..c1 $1 and other! \ .
product Over Forty.:,: Hamlins Wizard Oil drives out considerations. T2-: .. Relief
CSEti that famous tailoring firm ; Ewood: -.Mclaughlin: to A. Henry :. '-* -
the inflammation and thereby White: lots 16 and 17, block 160.Clapp I -
valu- I commenced
What promises to be a. vsry' immediately to-improve, and
Hart Schatfner & Marx Tract, $100 'and othr considerations.! ,
abe aid to the social and intellectual I,relieves and cures the pain. \'..A. A. Fisher' to Morris Bear, lot 18 i 'notf I feel like a new'woman, and wish to
I of garrison Fort Bar "
life -the . -
: F The choicest fabric and the newest styles rancas was 'inaugurated. onMonday .t. : and S.;,JJS.ft; of lot 17 and S. 3 ft. 61 .. recommend it to all sick women, for I Imjj2

4 here. I Aiprii 2nd in the shape of the Barran- There is no other. relief. and. la- of th.N& -of lot 17, all in square- : : know it will them it did f
are waiting you The predominating cas Literary and Debating Society. A 34; Water: .Front. $1 and other considerations : \-l ,cure as me.
h color, Quaker gray, with thblue a close Forty ""of the bast men.of'the post core known to medical science :':: 'US' Cardui is pure, medicinal. l extract of

r second. Fancy suitings also are havingtheirinnings Perry iiave and Already Lieutenant joined W.and 1C Chapain.: Wilson! ,. for the pains i of'.rheurhatisnii ;.<:T. L.interest Gant to in L.the D. Green S% of%lot undiySded" 98.- EREELTvvegetable< herbs, which relieves

all of which are' well'represented lock 8, Old $100 other considerations female pains regulates female
are numbered, with the\ mem I neuralgia, .indigestion: earache -,>Cty' and and franHyv describing ; v ,
r#; here. Buy your Easter Suit here. bers. : :' : your symp jm5.-? Wewiii / functions.tonesuptheorgans
J. The officers ana: President, Sergeant headache, toothache and for ? -gayer to C. .y.. Smith, lots 14 to consider-yout/case.and gIve .
: i SUIT McGrath; Vice-President, Ser- 20, InQlusiye, block 101: .East King you free adVice (_ pWl1 sealed v to a proper state of health -
PRICES $6.00 TO $25.00 geant Neilson;. Secretary and' Treasurer I injuries: such as brdses sprains, fract,.'';ast-of Ttlri"a' ona Street, $315.rf enve1oPe). ':9n't: "Mute, but Try it for your trouble.

BUY TO-DAY FOR EASTER Assistant Librarian, Ro a1'dRuS&3.11. : W. K;Blount to Margaret.V. Hunt. write today. ,AddJSt: ..L.dle Ad- '" 1v1sory
cuts and burns, etc., so certain i" the W..60 ft, of Arpent lot 6, Old City: Dept-The Chattanooga.MediIIoJ druddlst sells t

The first subject for debate' a hu"morous and safe in results ;L0o. : dneCo., tt nOOgai.Tenn.; In $1.00 bottles.

one was "Is the "mosquito as ilamlinih The Maxent Land Co. to F. F. Bing- :____. _
THE JOHN WHITE STORE more bothersome to mankind"- than Wizard Oil.. ,Price 60 m, W. '20 ft. of.lot' 4 and all of lot I -.-- _I -r-v--- -.tI -- -;- '- ,_- _-
: I the fly?" I 5j block 20i; Maxent Tract, J416.66.

.' A very .spirited' debate ensued: and $1.00. Fully guaranteed. i Henry,Ch'alker to Isaac W. Chalker, =
many interesting and funny things' NE1A of the NB'4 of the NE&, Sec ___J
I Specialists In, Men's. Wears 11 were said about these two pests. For sale recommended 10 T2 NR. 32' W. 10 acres $1.

205-107 STREET I Secretary Russell .contributed a pieceof WHITE'S. ..Waiter E. Taylor to A. R. Langford, I
poetry on the fly as ''follows.' : \; NJ ..lots 'I and 'OCk 106, New Death and Taxes

PHONE 252 Is the skeeter, t Phone 180. Night Phone_Pensaeola 446.. Fla. City Tract, $l80\\). : .
Horrid creature J. H John Ar, admittedly the only sure things in life. What you
... _: I Wright, "A. 'Lewis,'Clarke
4 I- -M. A .worse, feature Hayes, G. Q Hall and J K. Bryden,to ''are sure will "happen you are wise If you prepare for.
: "
I Than the fly? .:' .' Florida and Alabama "j J. M. Muldbn and Undivided .5-7 1 inter-i]I' .Thet.Equitable's. ':" ,
xJon'tjthink so. estiAandtoblockn. 69, 70, 72, 78r 79 Continuous Installment
)llffi Marine Co. I hate'fiy:; and 92. See 40 T. 2 S. R., 30 W. Pet. -, : : : ,

Grocery I iO WESTVILLESppclal ,He Likewise gets:: in in your pie '-" LAND COMPANYManufacturers' C rson's'.Wiou! H.Addition/Knowles, $1833.36.. W. A.. D"Alem-: has edly/new all the features good features that were of the formerly old policies never, dreamt and decid-of.-

604,606, 608. 610 S.. Palafox St. In your drink your of old eye rye and Dealers of berte and A.'A.. Fisher, executors estate ", rLet ps .explain it to you..

i- Phone 725. in of Wm. Fisher, deceased, to P. 0,
.1 He is likely to die, : *
1 to The Journal.Westville The damned little fly LUMBER, SAWED ;CYPRESS SHIN. Andrews, 'lots 6 to 10, inclusive, block Insurance.. Knowles Bros. Gen'! A t5
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE April ..-Mr. and Mrs: ; "- GLES AND J KILN-DRIED I SAP. '207, New City Tract, $375. Fire, Life., Pensacola

.HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO T. P. Andrews 'Ponce de Leon were' For flies like to drown & : The Maxent 'Land Co. to W. H. .
\tsiting t ends 'and relatives here 'l'heir.sorrows. in b fze1'? L 'Baker, 10t,19bloc1i 178 Max nt Tract, r- ---
EAT --
% Sunday. \. I[n threes and in twos .' SPRINGOPENINGAT $150. : !, '\ S -..

Just Received: ..Mr. Porter Brownell and wife areslowly Like me and like you'se,- :- -': The Maxen't-Land Co. to'W. B. Cobb, ......OO.OO... ........I.................4ft.ft4..
; Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Improving .. _. l -
20, 21 and that portion of, lot 22, ,. -PmNGAOOx..a.: .
st (0 kite of fancy Mackerel $1.25 per :Mr.,, W. ':4'..,Bludwofth returned! to The nbiquituous fly, ,.'- THE STANDARD l lying outside.of lot "!Y' all In block F

kit. Bonifay Monday: Th e iniquitous fly .- -* 178, 1fai nt Tract, 5600. :1 I.: Iron 'Works Co. f
50 kite Salmon. JUS per kit., Mrs. Bell, an,aged lady. mother. of You cannot apply : : .A..'G.: StewXrt: to J,. Whiting Hyer : ; : and Supply
fit') kits halibut flns. JUS per kit T. J. Bell:of this-place, died; here last; Enough cusses, Say I .
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____ ""EACH VISITOR TO, BE PRESENTED I lots 3 to 10, inclusive, block 57, lots Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
50 kits of Cod Tongues and Soundi She 86 of To the east of.a :
yrednesday. was flf 6,
: r .: to 10, inclusive, block 96, and lots : FORGIN.OS 1IWAN, ;STEAMSHIP 8U PLIES. .STEAMSHIP
51.25 per kitBloaters age. WITH A' SDUVENIR-SRLE.. 6'.to 15, Inclusive, block 125, all 'in the Z REPAIR SPECIALTY.. :
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;- Milkers and Roes, Herring ''Mrs- W. D. Jackson, of Ponce de I once loved a girl" ., -+:.. Prompt attention given to all orders. +
Pickled. Salmon. Dill Leon visited.Mn: And, was telling lovehai 1 East King. Tract Belmont Numbering, ,* day or night. rAgeoU for James McKay &; Co.'s celebrated lag and
;fe Codfish. Pickles, and Mrs W. T my 41-lD.:: : STOCK. .. CN DISPLAY. '
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i ,' $1 00 Timber ,Dop : 1 '.chains',of all descriptions.! Office .
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phone Residence
German Saver Krout. Bludworth of. this place Sunday. I opened my mouth f',." i 123 f
Pigs Flet In kits. fl.OO:. aiiss Leah Jackson .and Miss Alva And was just "going- sonth -.' -... Jas. C. Watson, trustee, to J. W. ; ._ phofi\ 1W9. P. O| Box 123. PHIL WfTTMAN, Mgr.
fr .4 M&newll and Lange's Fruit Cake. Manning,.of Ponce de: Leon was in I L With-"My d'arling; my: love., ;. ayer, lots 6 to 10, Inclusive, block 96, ... ......., ...." ...._....., ........... ...............
National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c town .Sunday. visiting. friends and relatives Thefair stars up above"Aren't I. The: Standard". Clothing CompanyTs l lots .6 to.15t'inclusive, block 125, East ;- f '. -

44' per pound. as bright AS thine eyes" .bf spring openins.comes; !: :off today.!" Khrg-Tract, Belmont Numbering, $1. ,F,I..............................................t++.......
We handle the 'celebrated blends ot Mr.John Brownell, of Prosperity, You know all that flam, / There Is more thta: :passing'signifi :-AnnieG., Larigley Owen A. Bell and : ;
1* Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee was. In town this week. I[t is usually a sham., ''. : Thos. F. Cusachs to Edward! Sparks,1:
Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager. Miss Pauline 'Micfchar returned I I[ was getting on swell. cance when' thls.firtmdertakes any :beginning at a point at the NW corner i 4JSTewishyto
4t: Oaxaca 35c Ib.; Gold Standard. 25e ready: fof- school l Monday. My passion to tell; r thing, it Is ".never. .d{ne.1n'a.: half-hfart-. of lot 11, >block 2, Old City 'l'ract,1 I: HA VE ANY
j Tb; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Golden Saturday was. the last day of the When a damned little fly ed Tiray. -: $ thence running S. 150 ft., thence E,-41 '
4t''; Rio, 20c lb. Chatau \1L.! There waj quite a large Flew right down my'throat ,' It is not just a p1l'irdinary spring; ft> thence N./150 ft, thence W./41 ft : I
: Strictly fresh roasted and 'as good crowd went from this place.; And I uttered a yell i; ; opening, but one a*which' will be to 'point of beginning; 1250. :i GATROUSLES j

4l*' as any Colee sold in this city.% .Mr, Willis i1liams. has moved in, And sputtered, Oh, Hell "-x-' % T. 1..: Gant to G. V. Green'and I* D. ?
Send us your orders and we will- deliver town We gladly-"'welcome him in our I And the girl with a frown, '". .;-:- :' v' -II' Green 1, % undivided interest in and to :. .

z promptly. midst. S I .She just turned me-down. ;..- '" lots 30, 1, '2, 3, 4, 5, 6, black 160r Water ,,

Rev. Peacock Delivered a, sermon And since then. .". Front,. S.. 85 ft. of lot 38, block 7, i .:adVise. gas. .consumers who have any oo
at the niethddfst church Sunday. II. Between ever you and I, -. Old City, and that triangular lot of troublewhatever with either gas 'lights, heaters or t
A : We were all shocked to hear of tha I As the. devil hates good- '- :- -,.'_x .. ground bounded on the W. T>y' Ceva ''. cdbkin'g'ran'ges, to promptly advise us. as we have
udden death of Mr Colbert a friendwe --' Ips St., on'the N. by Zarragossa St E. 'of I
: I have hated a fly. 'C" ____ ja corps gsa .experts always 'at the disposal of gasconsumersrto
.all knew:veil., Our hearts are and S, by Bay of Pensaeoia and the ieed3'."any gas difficulties! you
The debate for the majfr
IFULLEXPRESS. in insympathy with the bereaved: ,. April 16th promises to meeting b*. unusally on E. 50 ft- of lot 36, block 6, Old. City, I : experience::'., -. i ii
Dr. Adams, of Geneva, Is in town : : 5'500 and other considerations.
this week. interesting. The subject selected .< .
is that the United Stateshcul '
: "Resolved i
R 3'by Grant, son of Mr. John' ;_- Keep your bowels regular by the :i .
.' -sell the Philippine Islands.1A 4THQIVJPKI61S
) \ Grant and wife- is some better. : of Chamberlain's Stomach '
b use and
good'array of clever iieb3.ters.are
1LIiL PREPAID Dr. Thonjrpson, orCaryville: was }In: at work on their arguments and the -.i': _ Liver Talblets. There is nothing 'bet :! Pensacola Gas Company i

4ilb town this. "*week'on.' a professional discussion is sure to bs productive ol: --.4-- -C- _____ ter. For sale fry all druggists.Winter's .
-U Ffl cu
trip.. : 148. 24-and 27
much timely Interest.. : Phone E.Garden Street. :
Mr. -G. 'B.- 'Bush,. 'L & N. railroad -
\ttg agent at :Aycock; spent part of Sunday --. ttt .................................:

la "town.'Buffalo .
'L 'our Jackson 'maaia! a trip the' ..
41 :1I1MI ( ap IN THE HOMEis
.. : S. country and says booty is plentiful.] A Fine Line of
fJ P. S.- and J. L., Crews and Eev.!
: im I Dor. Hartford -captured. a still, and a man I where Hostetter's Stomach Bitters' U'ERE I I

lastweek.. I has proven its wonderfulmerit_ thousands :
I DELIVERED fOR of times during the_past 53 year; TENNISGOODS
_ BIG REVIVAL, :NOW INPROGRESS Is It your family remedy? If not,
: << : AT HOLTS make a change today and.'get a'bottle Special to'Th 'Journal.Thompklns .
$ 1299CHAS.BLUM&CO ,. -April '4lr-Mr.: Barnes
Special to The Journal. offlostetter's I THEY I Spina and wife"1 of .Milhille" were in

: Holts, 'April 4.-Ev ngelist Hein-: C. C. Goodman? ,. Proprietor of :The town Sunday:
rich Kegel'and, his party of efficient Your correspondent has 'had- a bOll
workers, lq' taa personal charge of Stomach Bitters Standard Clothing Co. on one hand and ,a .sawed thumb' 'on I
: E 617 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. Manager )L B-: ,Davis, arrived and!I!, ,- the other which prevented the use 6fpen I JUST RECEIVED
shown a line of clothing, shoes, hats
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. opened .*_ series of meetings at the j You'll never regret makiiigUw change or pencil for"some.time.
-k ....' _: Baptist church' at'' Holts. Friday for this famous medicine always ur 1 sPoor I and gents furnishings whi'ch' will dazzle :tMrt John l'prterwent to Escambla New Tennis good.
night aad .since nearly the entcommunity..has. e Appetite Spring Fever Headache -I the The eyes of all lovers of pretty I AREII! tb spend SunWay") with'his family.Mr. Rockets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $150
things. stock 'comprises all the
been 'converted, ana Impure Blood! Dyspepsia,. Indigestion < John caniers. .expects to $3.00, .$3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50.
: : : revival splrijt exists such as has_ Colds, Grippe .or Malarial latest styles and colors, all the latest move In 'town from his'homestead .Nets-$1.50, $2.50.
never been .esj erie.nced here before. Fever. Our Private Stamp ,Is 'over! shapes" and these is enough to seleet for the. purpose of bi .* family gettinga .Balls-3 for $1.00.
; Disinterested Doctor..Keel's ability. as a power: neck. from to Insure"albsblute. satisfactionto Back Has Been chance at..the schooL ., Fine line fresh spring Fishing

_ t ful orator pan.:never be estimated. in everyone.Mr. h ", Tackle; new and of best quality.
ii 1 words .he'JnUt- be heard. One .of Goodman, proprietor of the Stan Broken. A Thousand. Dollar Worth of Good. One thousand new Edison Records
$ the most .striking: ,characteristics 1 in: E. L. REESE J.. MENDEL dard, is an enthusiastic? workertand -1: have been afflicted; with kidney just In. Come quick before they are
: : Opinion : his perspnaiity.Is .his,, utter abhor; .believes in everything that is for% the 'and, nearly every man has a and bladdef trouble-"for! : ; :years, passinggrayel picked ov r. ,
eace of ."sham?" in any guise or' advancement- Pensacola:, and his pair of or stone'swith; excruciating Out of- town orders promptly filled.Oottroll .
I : fashion. .". Reese & Mendel tb'g establishment ).s a credit to this pain! ,'" says A. IL . :'T: gee you are handling .K .Q'l Rev, J. A. Abbot the pastor of the I city. Spring Shoes known coaoperatorofBuffalo' 0. '""I

: ) .nbeimer's line of Clothing," church.. Is .taking: an active part I in Tailors Each visitor will be presented witha got no relief from medicine( 'until I"be-:
The Home mind.
the ,great. harvest .of God and the souvenir on taking
today. gan JVjley'B Kidney Cure, then
's !{a prominent wholesale grocer. greatest and lasting 'result is looked I _
Ws'rei-ready any ,time, to the, result: was 'surprising, A few F. B. BRUCE

.. forward,, for.. both.., church and II :About Rheumatism; take them-'on'-his them off Feet.his Mind and put doses s'tarted'and.cow, brick-dust-like! pain across substance

_ _. "You b\gat to advertise them. The Evahl1it ,1s. ably "assisted by i Builders. I. There are few diseases that inflict J my.kidneys and'I feel'like a'new man. .

This Is. a Kuppenheimer suit. I staff of truly'' wondeffw'% singers and ....... '. more torture than rheumatism and! It has done fcje .$1000''worth of good." -
muslcldni" Tie meetings -will con' there,is probably no d'.sease for'whIch!, F6ley"s Kidney Curewill cure every
i ; have. on'. 'and 'It's the only. ."Iin6. tnue thfe'entire'week' >' .and. all day. such a varied and useless lot of remedies Ours are. Shoes of Satisfac form of kidney bladder disease. W. ,

of ready to. wear. clothing from' Sunda. :. :_._ : ofHen's .have been suggested. To say .tion..Patent A.. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothe- FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
that it can be cured: is, therefore, 'a Kid and Colt, Vie!.Gun cary. '". .'
: which'hav 'ever be ii ,able' 'to Fbr''a Weak: 'Digestion.f bold statement to make, but Chamber- Metal Calk-etc. Made on new Pensacola, Fla.
No "medi ne' can replace food but lain's Pain Palm which las -Lace, Button or Bluchers. ., '
set a'proper fit, and I have tried enjoys an extensive Animal Tbat Do Not Grow Thin.,..
Chamb tlatn'. tomach'and Liver Tablets sale, has met with great success Shoes, 53.00, 53.50, 54.00, 55.00. ,.....
Li :all of.the advertised 'lines' ,in will'hetp;rou' to digest your foOd: in the treatment of this dsease.: All widths and sizes. -There are many;di1f nt kinds of animals -
It Is 'not the 'quantity of food taken _f- f One : in the world'that never in ail
.'! of Pain Bairn will relieve
the ctty't that gives'strength ad 'vigor to 'the the pain, a "hundreds! of .- their lives. I so much'( as a drop of Wash Dirt

There. arE a" great. many. ". .others, system; bIt' the amount digested and 'fine ers have testified to permanent sutter'j Come in sir, at any time, andwe'll water. Among these {are the llamas
S asslmU fed'. It troubled -with1 a weak' by its use. suffer of Patagonia and .the'gazelles of the
: who have told us the same Pain take"fcreat 'pleasure in as- not only
these Some laundries
d1gesUon'ciii't fail
giye Ti] I
Balm far east. -
affords such quiqk: relief and parrot-lived tor.1lfty-two
thing :sines :'tihey) bave:an opportunity lets a trial. Thousands have been beneflttecl costs but a trifle! For sale 'by all. Shoe sisting: to settle the Spring years in the 'zoo at London without 'wash the dirt out of a
+ by thelf! use: They only cost : shirt, but pretty nearly
druggists. of water. and
drinking a drop '
of seeing line many
spring of
quarter. Jot sale by all druggists. I Clothes. .' wash the very life out
._ : naturalists belief the only .moisture I .
'a it. We abundance
"- and we' are nxlous to have"you. use an
Imbibed bi.wlldrabbltg, Is derived
'Sir'Knight Attention! ofSoft
call and $H1W.OO REWARD from herbage, laden
express your opinion. I Special conclave Coeur I green wjth dew.
New and up-to-date line 'Ot.
rceBH" lizards
Many reptJles t and
T i I "No..!Ion, Knights'Templar Commanding and Summer' Suitings-' ana Trouset::1 $100.00 reward will be paid for the certain batracbhtn.a:rlive and thrive in Water
: e' .Ings. : arrest and delivery to the sheriff of places entirely i 'd e p1. of water, and
730 p. HL. Friday, :-
Suits from $17.50 to |50.uO. and SoapLet
Walton county., cne Charlie Renols
StoreThe .
AprU, 6.. "Work'inthe"Ord I Trousers from J5.09 is 15.00 ; ; sloths are arso8a'ld"neyer to d lnk. An
a Description: Height 5 feet
.. r of the 'Tempe.1! Join Gentlemen's 'Suit Glut 10 or 11 inches ,'weight.about-lSO arid district m.France baa produced a us call for your wash.
.4' H 0 ANSON 'Sojqnrslsg' Sir "Knights! : Costs only |1.50; per month for pressIng 170 pounds bright mulatto with med or race of nondrmklng cowi and sheep
coumo\iselt.lnvitecl.- ) and small repairs. j and from..tb?_ niUk 'of the former
ium, large 'eyes. Has scar on >
Jf ARRr W. GIBBS E. C. Dyeing and Cleaning.of, m n's an'women's lip to. the right of nose.and when upper last House of Good Roquef ort-cheese h made. There is a The Star SteamLaundry.

..... DASH,ttOTHIER: W, HENRY ,NEEDHAM.; .ReelFULL : Clothes' a,specialty. -- seen 'he wore &: blue faded jumpeV: species of! mouM' :iwbicb baa establisheditself -
: Give us a trial We will.appreclai* overalls a gray cap, a new pair of No. oo,ta wat rp1ains of .
trw Palifoi lid Uilo. LINE OF : E. P: REED dCO.'S your business ,"\i' S fine sharp toed shoes.. Reward to Shoes westejn America and ""which Courishea&otrfFi&staadJb Phon 11Vtnucoii. *-
_ ESarfen .
17 St.
.t .' REESE-MNDELTAlLORINQ; ..: be paid by J. A. Rlchbburg & Co, |,thestjsenee'oxuis; .,Fin
& CO.f. .. .21 Phone 675., 11 N, Palafox St.
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