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 6, 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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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THEY WILL ACCEPT 5, I. Democratic Senators Believe Limited fEELING INTENSE
By Associated Press 1(Man with.the Muck Rake" in which -

Washington April. 5.' :'President the president compared some of the.
Rate Review Scheme Will
INSTiTUTEAnthew [ Roosevelt will deliver his decoration publishers and writers 'of the!present i T

Is Belief of leader of, the Striking daY address this y=ar before the Army Pilgrim's day with Progress a famous, and characterMn scored some the l I Be Killed. For a Time Over Charge Made by

andNavy Union at Norfolk Va. The of the sensational: magazine writers S
Miners. address of the.president wilt Ibe prac- without mercy, and expects to repeat I I Senator Dolliver.
Oswald tically a repetition of the address delivered -I his;statements in the Norfolk speech. DANIEL, OF VIRGINIA, AND OVER- Will Entertain
Carnegie .Viilard Athletes by
at the dinner recently given by While the Norfolk speech will contain Local

PRESENT BOARD: OF: CONCILIATION i and Bishop Galloway Made Ad" Speaker Cannon to1 members of the much that is new it will follow t MAN OF NORTH CAROLINA, EXPRESSED in 'Strenuous Indoor ALLEGED THAT MEMBERS HAD
Gridiron Club and other guests closely the lines of ,the original ad-' THIS, VIEW AFTER '
ACCEPTABLE MINERS The text 'of the speech was "The dress.. 'I BEEN IN CONFERENCE WITH
dresses on Concluding Day.By CONFERENCE WITH PRESIDENT Baseball Struggle.BOTH .


I Tmkegee, April 5.The third and TEAMS -ARE REPORTED TO
HIM-DOLAN AND BELLINGHAM -concluding day"of the"ruskege In VEHICLE FOR NUMBER OR
stitute's "Silvej Jubilee" was narked S By Associated Press. BE IN SPEECHES l IN HOUSE.By .
FIRED AT. I to-day by the continued attendanceof MORE! PROFITABLE FIELDSHays Washington.,.....April 5.-Two democratic ANXIOUS FOR THE HOSTILITIES
an immense throng representing senators, Daniel, of Virginia,
the various typ 's'of citizenship whichare and Ovenna.n,\of North Carolina hada TO BEGIN TO SETTLE THE Associated Press

By Associated Press interested.,1n- Booker' Washing-- 1 conference with the president today Washington April 5.-In the senate
New York, April 5.-At the conclusion -tton's school. The principal speaker ;. 'The cry for fishermen is on the subject of rate regula QUESTION OF SUPREMACY.The today there was a re-echo of the
of the meeting of the scale win-' were Andrew Caftegie, Os I Their Departure r Proves a Sourceof heard in Mobile- and Tampa as .well'I I tion. They were requested by the White House conference of last Satur..

jniuee of anthracite miners and oper-I wald Garrison VJllard and .Bishop as here. '1.president to call .at the White. day relative to the pending railroad
ators today. Presidnt Mitchell. of the'Charles B. Gafloway.' 'Mr. Carnegie Worry( .and; Makes "Galveston Texas, only recently1became House. -wonderful" basketball game I rate legislation and while the discussion

miners, said the miners had presented spoke on "Education: of the Negro,of a fishing port. I understand I', Discussing the question of railroad! between the business men and young ended in good nature, there wasa
a proposition to refer their differences National Interest." Mr yillard spoke Labor Scarce. that there are ten boats "in commis- late legislation Senator Overman said men of the Young Men's Christian.Association time when feeling was quit in.
to a board of arbitrators: com:"of "Triumphs of Emancipation .as ) sion there, and additions have been hg thought that the limited rate revIew -will be pulled) off on schedule tense. .
posed of the present board of concilia, Effecting the.White Souft as wen as made in Mobile and Tampa'accord- proposition'offered a few days time tonight. The only thing that In The incident occurred: at the close

tion provided for 'n the award of the,the Black South"' and Bishop Gallo.MEMBERS pF LOCAL."While to my the understanding.othe'r places all together ago by Senator Long, of Kansas> af any way places a degree of uncer of 'a speech by Mr. Stone,which was -
Anthracite Coal Strike Commisesion: way delivered a strong' address on J ter a conference of republican senators tainty on the question Is that some ol devoted largely to the conference. Mr. '.
,"Southerner's view of Education!: and do not use twenty regular with the' would be ,
president "ath!
with Judge George Gray-or any person "' FIRMS- CONFIRM :THE FACTS ,boats, there are: in Pensacola alone : the the overtrained business men Dolliver took the floor- and in a brief
he may appoint to act as umpire, Patriotism. PUBLISHED, IN AN INTERVIEW I forty-five boats in the business The I I Hepburn adopted. bill He, substantially thought eventually as passed letes" ml'ght not 'be able to get to the I speech devoted to the defense of the
the decision of this tribunal to bd fact that flshsrmeaare needed arena. Captain 'Garfield states that'I right of senators to confer with the
final and :binding on both sides for, SUMMARY OF THE: IN THE JOURNAL,- AND NEW here is more cognizant to every one toy the House, would be. passed.stated. those who attend can rest assured' of'I president charged that other senators -
two years from the first of this month.: who realizes the vast difference'in seeing game, as he has a number of had been: in consultation with
All employees to return to work im. PROPOSITIONS; ARE FREELY ;.the number of boats usedjn: -the business The organization demandsthe "able" substitutes to take the places the presidents' of the railroad com

mediately and continue at work pendIng ': TilEWEATHER iwh'en the other places are con- employment of union men by all of the regulars when some of them .panies..
the decision of the board..' : DISCUSSED.The eidered." fish dealers, who own boats and "blow up." The intimation contained in the
The offer to arbitrate was Immedi. I iDuring: the year 1905 'Statlstlcs in operate them in the fishing business. (Dr. J. H. Pierpont says that he is in charge was resented both by Mr.J .
ately followed by a request of th<=.;i The maximum temperature in Pen I i the posession of Captain Hays show operators for adjournment until next sacola 'yesterday was 67 degrees interview in The 'Journal yes- I the avenge :sum earned monthly by. employed: none but members .of the Matthewson' act to a state of perfec I the names of the senators
Monday, which was ordered. President ,: wlhch was reached at '11 -a. mThe terday morning anent the scarcity of..fishermen :was, $20, which represents organization. At the same time, he tion. Charlie Gray, the heavy weight I referred to. These Mr. Dolliver de.
Mitchell is quoted as saying he I minimum for the day win reached at 'fishermen and the fact that many1are : only about six or seven months h.borl added that he; thought the high initia shortstop, states there will be nothing: clined to give, ,but justified his course
believed the operators would accept; 630; a. m. when J6 degrees was re leaving Pensacola due to the'I during the twelve. Of course' a tion redounded. to the- detriment of to it when he gets to bat. He proposes I: in making the charge by saying that
the proposition corded. Obseryer R.ed. in his dailysummary' .small catches arid the heavy ex-1!'great many men mad more than the I the fishwnien themselves. He ex to make the record of Napoleon. he and other senators; who participat.
of weather. condition: yes peases, created gieat interest among]:\im named .but the average !ort.h*- plainedthis by-saying that, in many ,Lajoie.look ,like a continual borrower I I' ed in the conference, bad !been sneered
COLAN AND: RELLJNGHAM tfrday: satd ___...:.:....._.:....., .' the,fishermen..Manages .- I i year for eck meir is"asfcted,< 'l'Instances: sevlT3ldays ar requiren',II does who has na security when he Is I at and ridiculed in the discussionS
EXPELLED FROM UNION ."The pressure has" fallen considerably John G. Welsh .of -K: E.!,!1 Captain Has stated thai Iris firm to secur mOn to makeuP th! required :-S turned down -by. 9.,capitalist bank..j last Tuesday. This avowal of his'
from -the central valleys' ,:Saunders' ST Company In discussing' furnishes fish ,to dealers ;throughout' number for a crew. As A re- er.' W. B.: 'hppard will try'and make; explanation

Pittsburg, April 5.-When the miners northeastward and precipitation has 'the matter yesterday confirmed the the country. Shipments are made I Ito niult.. members of the-order are' com- the other playets look like poor unsophisticated .i from Mr, _Foraker and;Incidently ended '
I district convention assembled today .l teen general from Kansas! and Nebraska statement an The Journal of Thursday -:' Chicago, St. Loute. New Orleans, pellad to stay here until a crew laymen who go up againstthe I: pleasantly.
I a resolution was adopted with to' the New England: 'states; by statins" that a 'number!fan lother: cities. His.firm alone uses.I composed of 'members of the order law.- Tom MeJGourin: will .try !and I,I
| but one dissenting vote, expellingfrom a depression over eastern' Missouri ermen. were leaving here. He at.' fourteen boats.! .1.1I can be found. He stated that hebelieved give an exhibition of how he chases POSTOFpICE BILL THE
the organization former President -was causing_ rains' at 7- a.- ,m. qver' tributes the facjt! according to his I I I :A; P Warran, senior member of, that "if the ,organization. ,,low. wild cats and illicit distillery men, as I VEHICLE FOR SPEECHES
Patrick Dolan and former Vice- .Illinois, Indiana, and portions Of adjacent own statement that better inducemento" ,the firm."saVs..that;?the fact that labor -r ered 'the initiation fee, and. if* was he'tries: to do the Harry Bay Willie
President Uriah 'Bellingham. They states; rain was also' falling were ,01e'red. the men else- in the fishing line Is so scarce I mdae low enough so men desiringi Reefer 'and. "Topsy"Iartsel stunt Washington, April 5.-The postoffice
were requested to turn over the booksof ; in central Texas; elsewhere,( fair.the where. : I Is'to'a, certain extent due to the I i could join, that the association<< going around1 the ''bases. appropriation bill following custom,
the organization. They dispute I weather has remained generally.' : Captain Hays of the Warren Fish I I stringent rules of the Fishermen's 1|would be benefitted "as men"' 'could Captain Leonard of the Young Men's I was made the vehicle for a number of .
I the legality of the elections, but received -I I It was slightly'warmer Virginia in ,west; at Tennessee 7- Company freely discussed the question -I Benevolent Association- Star of. the;|ie s cure more easily, and boatsI team says that the "pappy guys" look I speeches today not bearing upon the
a delegation pleasantly and inI and in eastern Western and at times became reminiscent 'Sea The initiation fee of the order get away from land earlier. like "easy money" to his cltfb. C. F. subject matter, but of general inter.
I Tiled it to a conference.The :a. m. than it was' over Michigan, concerning the fish business.'The lis, $25 and the price is 'so high that I i At present there are no fish in the Zeek,states that this is an unkind cut est to the country.
interview was bri r. Dolan Florida while fa upper and Nevada great demand for fish now Is.I Mr. Warren contends that many I' market. A small supply for local 'but that "ability" and "merit" will tell The rights of labor were discussedby
j again stated his position and refusedto western Nebraska, Wyoming'were below far in excess of what it was a few i fishermen can not pay the initiationfee i use js on hand but nothing for ship- durIng the game. Mr. Towne, of New York; good
recognize the new officers and the the temperaturss:ridge of high years ago. It is true men are leavIng andas a- result,. notwithstanding;ment. The prevailing"! .pries is slight It is said that both teams have been roads by Mr. Lee, of Georgia; railway
committee retired to consult the freezing point. A the and that catches are smaller thana they desire to join the order.are prohibited -i ly increased over"that of two months. ''Practicing hard since the sending and mail pay 'ty Mr. Steenerson, of Minne
with at- stretches'
still across'
I torneys.The pressure from Idaho to' Florida;: and, few yearS back" ,saL Captain from"tfoirig: so for the reason ago. acceptance of the challenge for the sota, and the protactive tariff by Mr.
battle. Some of the "athletes" have! Rainey, of Illinois. ,
delegates reported great confusion although it is diminished In strength.
weather used liniment and massages to suchan Incident to his speech on labor, Mr.
among the miners over the new .it still gives promise'of fair ,
extent that a corner has been Towne spoke of the increasing
scale for thlg vicinity power
and serious trouble Is threatenedat with variable winds .
placed In the market. It has not(been given the speaker of the house by
several points. through Friday.
ascertained what the hard working in-. the rules now in force. He said it
BELIEVE door baseballists were doing in prac i the house ever had its ancient dignity -
PROPOSITIONWILL VVILlTctOSE' HOTSPRINGJOINTS tice. Signal work, it is promised toy and power restored it :will be after itT
BE REJECTED Capt Garfield, will be an Important has vindicated the right of discussion S
feature'of his team's work. 'Fun. is InS of all public questions.

Philadelphia April 5.-In the anth- SI store 'for some persons tonight. The
nclte region the arbitration propost- game :will be a corker and ambulances GEORGIA POSTMASTERS
tion made i>y the miners' representa : will ''be on hand to convey the fatigued NOMINATED BY PRESIDENT'
tiTes to the operators. during the con- By Associated PressHot "aihet! s" to their homes. -
terence In New York today is regarded Springs Ark, April'I.5.-Tomorrow The teams will line U!) at 8:15 Washington. April a. The president .
in varying lights by the different all gambling's will o'clock with the personnel of each as sent too following nominations of
interests involved. A statement: Issued -today by
Several operators, close. -follows: to the
postmasters senate today:
'to ventured an opinion said it would 1 l Prosecuting Attorney W. T. Scoggins I Business 1\1en-W. S. Garfield,Capt., Georgia: R. K. Turner, Nashville;' J.
fc rejected. recently appointed! by Qovernor Davis, S 1. Dr. J.' H. Pierpont, T. V. Hannah C. J. Gordy, Richland! ; W. Iteming,
Judge Grey1 wag asked tonight in is to the effect that unless aU' gambling li.LAR F. Zeek, J. S. Reese, C. W. Gray R.'sr. Athens; Kate W. Kirkpatrick, Decatur .
Ms home at Wilmington if he would houses are closed all parapher Bushnell, W. B. Sheppard Tom ; Albert S. J. McRae, McRae; 1.
be Tilling to act as umpire in event nalia and devices shall' 'be, burned. ac McGaurin, F. S. Mellen. 0. Varnedo ValdostaCLEVElAND. .
the operators accepted President Mith- cording law.PROHIBITS. Young Men-W. M. Richards, W. C.

elU proposition, but declined to discuss I 1 1S ) Rdberts, H. B. White, E. T. WhIt
the subject.4OTUER.' ALL I Pat Ean, E. S. Hi&urn, J. S. Leonard ENROUTE
VUlJ "'r'!' .' Capt; W. F. Biggs, L. A. Bell B. 55S
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DISTRICT CREATEDPETITION WI ,. ,;f1' $-,. Stuart Fla., April 5.-ybrmer
By Associated P r 11 ... ,- Grover Cleveland who has
President ,
:Des Moines, la.,.April.J J r-The house .' lit'S/ > ,.- J- S S. A. L. OFFICES been fishing here for the last two
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today passed the 'anti-Sunday .( "vo-/ s weeks, started with his party for tha
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.OF CITIZENS OF McDA. bill which it'is clatine( 'will'n w ';w t.:. t .- .. ; >. "-' .5' 1 north to-day. Mr. Cleveland wa3
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VID ASKING FOR COURT j pass_ the senate.: -z1\e.: tilj; prohibits- I S -, By Associated Press much improved in health.
theatres Chautauqua and every form ; 1 .' :' ) Norfolk, April 5-In connection with --
GRANTED BY COM- of amusement on. Sunday: excspt'baseiball. \ ,. : : '-.. ': ;- the proposed removal of the general Taxes are Delinquent.
\ -f*f' SiREVOLUTIONAT ; :' All state and county taxes are now
': offices of the S. A. L. railroad from
MISSIONERS. :1121III( : 1/i Portsmouth, Va., if Is stated that they delinquent. Collector Roberta stated
". \ will go.' to Atlanta, Ga. Seaboard officials yesterday that the state law provides
-.. however, decline to make any that taxes must be paid between Novemner -
Jhe request of a number of citi-- statement further than to affirm that 1 and.the following April Ac-
residing In the vicinity of Met SANTO DOMINGO : /4fLj: ) '"' .. < the matter of future location of the I cording to the official he possesses the
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"" asking that a new justice of S j general. offices is unsettled. I II authority now to sell for taxes, the
j 1b'peace district be created1 has Ap" "- c. fS property of all delinquents. Those in
I .been granted by the comtuI.iOflers .T' : : 4r @ .; arrears will be welcomed by the col
county By Assoclated'PreSsWashington _. .. J. tiOTEL COLLAPSED lector.
April ''5.-.Xore trouble: f I S .zf 11A S
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creaUou of the new districi Domingo. "Commander .> :' : ; .j.jf' ; : -
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reans that SOOn there will be sevenpeaw is reported g ;, ; '. 3, .- .5 :, +. ; /: .;, 4v SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
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COUnty, of the In Escambla Yankee which Sutherland isat, of Santo'tae::Domingo.gunboat' -,,... ,, .. .-.".,&....,..'. --, .-- '.. '>0',', ,'',\>. < -,(.. S S flUTYTWO'KILLED. : _. TO HEAR BOND TRUSTEES
The : S 'i'1iL'
elect1o districts Dew district Nos. 10 embraces and 16: In a message" to the !nay.department broken! out / ', :;.,.,?; .. N gold, Black Forest South Germany Mayor Bliss yesterday Issued a call
t he revolutlgn.las) -
leaves says 1'''' meeting of the city coun.
b'hic district No. 5 covered there. -. I : April 5.-'Fifty two persons for a.special
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dIstricts 11 and 18. I at Samana. The Paducah is .involved.Dufouque .f : "J_ I -. ..- ;.\' '{:: ..' '-' ,- S :were killed, and seventy dangeroi.ilyinjured t cil to take place at 12 o'clock today.
t the approaching democratic!I 'American interests -not 'tVtrAM : ; i S : _.5 by the oollapse'of hotel Zuem The meeting will be held for the pur-
prunary a candidate to fill the newly is at Santo: Domingo.? I J< .. : : '4i P S :-S', Hirschen (Stag Hotel) while the pose of receiving a report from the

C.'eated office will be nominated .and S f the guests were at lunch.Commissioners board of bond trustees.
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Elected I In Nov candils FRICK RESIGNS FROM ..,, ,";- .: -
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it 1 u&terstood' ROCKJStANO HARD PT : ; ""'. "' Meet. Sanchez Court Martial.
have signified :-' :-.. : :::" J'- to
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!... intention of making a. fight for i '' p. : J't' .. The county commissioners will meetin The trial of Hospital Steward Saa
.e nomjnatoCall! By Associated..Prel'f ', ;.:. regular session Tuesday next. Several chez. charged with scandalous conduct .
New York .prlU.-lt was announced ,, important matters 'are.scheduled is still going on at the navy yard.
Money High. today that He lfy'C. Frlck.)had, resigned S -: to come before the body,.and an Interesting The hearing has."been in progress for
New York April 5--Call money was from the hoard of .directors) of -. HOW_ TIMES HAVE'CHANGED !* .>" ,-: 'V,,S-f. ; ',-- meeting is expected. The commissioners the past nineteen days. No definite
lowest '
tY at 8 Pr cent The' ruling rate the Rock Island Railw r. His successor r* THE GOOD OLD.YEETESEIDATS THB"FIELDS OF'SPECUDATIO S NWf3tB'FILLED- WITH-:IAMBS. 'Tll T.Zty in the statement was made 23 to thft '
ten and twelve the closing bid I on the boifd' >asv : Qt beanI ] trial will be conclude::
II offered being thirty per cent. chosen, -, 5- BUT NOW WH&T AN WHOAR \ & ONE LAMB .APPEARS. 4.. .

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: + PAGE TWO THE: PENSAC'OI.A JOUJ\ 4 ::F:ftllY'. MORNING I APRIL 6, 1908' '" .

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iii WHO REGISTER IS Blood .HumorsCommonly e;. I Ief Iu .:. ti

cause pimples boils,hives eczema Lj 1

THE LEADING QUESTION or salt trheum or some:other form of erup- I : "rTcarload of '

fi$, : tion; but sometimes they exist in the system ,; .
indicated by feelings of weakl.ess..l&npor. ,
loss of appetite or general debility without Special to The Journal. j

Ik causing any breaking out. iFnnlak Springs. April! 5.Mon

that the Matter Will CHINESE' AT WORK' Hood's Sarsaparilla expels them,renovates day night Co, K., 1st R gt. 'Florida,
= r strengthens and tones the whole system. States :Troops had their first annual,

t. This is the testimony of thousands ..nDnaJlJ'Hood's inspection byi General,, Foster, assisted -'
; Soon Be Legally Determinedin ON NAVAL STORES liy TMajoK Dupray U. S. A, re-i j i Water

SarsaparillaIs tired. The ufen,'turned out a full 8S 8'

All Phases. itself. company in their1 dress uniforms and' -
to Accept no substitute
made ;a1'jfne :After the
i.r but insist on having Hood's and get it today inspection 'o"faclns. .the company wa.sput e
Doses One Dollar.
Liauid or tablets 100
kt :TO DETERMINE WHETHER PERSONS :.HAS IMPORTED SIXTY through' the drilTand did very
br" well.; Gener: ..l"Fosteraitlresslng! : the .
BEEN CELESTIALS FROM men'said he was "yery much, l'
WHO WILL HAVE -that :: '
# A Fine Line of pleased the apearance. and : "
vriU} ; Just Received
,1 IN STATE ONE YEAR AT TIME PACIFIC COAST equipment.the company' and hoped .. :- :
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they would fceep"up the "record- they ;
f, TENNISGOODS also said
The Jacksonville Industrial Record had alreadb" mad-s.

;" ; !REGISTER AND PARTICIPATE says: With the introduction of that remembered with satisfac-
imported labor into Florida C. tion their :work in camp last year and' So great has been the demand for this

{ IN MAY PRIMARY. w! .Chase, the naval stores looked,-for-, even better work this'I

a operator of Gainesville Fla..- who year.After the inspection light refreshments I
to the mineral water that I find it
owns several large enterprisesof were served mew excellent necessary -
bets and their lady friends: the. hall *, *
y -
interest In the coming democratic this kind in Alachua county and I "
s ;t primary is increasing daily ;and other sections, hopes to solve the labor was then \3eanad ana a dance fol-
t, rr in carload lots.
; r naturally t the office of Supervisor of stores problem busIness as is far the naval JUST RECEIVEDNew orchestra.lowed. Music was furnished by .the. to order I

t-: ; Registration Scott Is being beseiged Mr. Chase says that while the Tennis good.. Mrs.Egbert .had a card' party Mori- r -- '-. _
fj with who sire' to register day night in"'honor of ,:Mu. OudgeReeves.
; persons naval stores interests have been one Rockets $1,25, 51.50 $2.00$2.50,
\jlliHS and afterward exercise their right of cf the leading industries in Floridafor $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 550.. .
lAmerican\ freemen by voting for their the past few years the operators Nets-$1,50 250. Olr. and Mrs. Miller and two the Best Water O' Earth
choice. !have experienced considerable difficulty Balls-3 for $1.00. daughters who have been living here !lltiS
; for their
in securing help. Notwith Fine line fresh spring Fishing for the past two years leave
The question as to who possesses home in few dais.
inIndians .a
standing that good wages have been Tackle. ; new and of, best quality. ;
M the right to register' is a matter who has sold his
legal paid and the employe was almost One thousand -new Edison Records Israel Laurie I
that is now being discussed in polit- the master of the men who gave them just In. Come 'quick before they are furniture bnsiness to W. A. Laird will

k local circles. Many contend that a work, the negro, realizing his importance picked over. soon leav here to stay with his j i Stick to your old friend and drink the water
in the making of turpentine, has brother in Chicago. .
of filled.
who will have been in the Out town orders_ promptly
person been disposed to do almost as he Prof; acid Mrs. 'Peters, of Craw- I

:fi.I Elate election one year and at the has time complied of the with general pleased, with the result that he exercised fordsville, Ind." left for home' last which i you are sure will do you good, ft is the

{ his own ideas as to when Monday much to the. regret of their ,
9V> the laws In'all respects, governing and where he should. work. This many friends, Prof Peters thinks this '

't 14 elections, is qualified to register and condition of affairs made him inde-. F. B. BRUCE is the ..nioast.little pla e'.he, has .ever I original mineral water' and ; j ji
; vote in the primary. Others state [
pendent, and as a rule he has given visiteoi, and hopes to soon buy a :
the contrary, and add that at the
home here. ., : ',
the operator no end of trouble and : :
> time of registration the applicant fJ
I' -
inconvenience at quite a financialloss. Dr. and f'1" \1 "
w' must have been in the state the re Tuesday for" .

4s quired time, one year, and qualified Mr. Chase says that while he was stay a weak or two. At the Chaulau-
*:_ iu all other legal before he ? H. m H 4 Healthful
aspects It
1 Refreshing
;' y willing tb submit to' some consider Qua there >Thomas gives! a lecture is a
f1 p, can secure a certificate of registra '
: .t ation of the negro went about the and a sermoV, and Mrs: Thomas i ,

ft i tion.for matter to secure more reliable help. Amusements speaks two or three, times.
( edification of the
the publicAn
e4 He has imported from Portland Oregon The front of the Racket store is
ii fe? [ Act the 1905 session of about sixty Chianmen. Mr. being remodeled and fine plate glass I

the legislature entitled "An Act to Chase's agent or representative explained $ iH H'" i .1 windows substituted for the old is bottled by the Bethesda Mineral Springs
it of legally
; provide for the registration all to the Chinamen the nature. Wednesday, the store will be in- the
in the. several
4 qualifies: voters of the work, and induced them to hands of the M. E. church.

i1; counties of the state and to provide come. *A': private Pullman car was The Edsall-Winthrope Stock Co., Quite a crowd took in the excursion Company Waukesha Wis. and there is.a
for and
general special election secured, and in this the party left The best for the best, is the mottoor to Pensacoja Monday and all report .
for: the returns of elections is produced -. Portland in first-class condition and? the. Edsa.lI.Wint) rope Stock Company having had" good time. ,

t iD}s : herewith which read as follows after nine days' travel arrived at which comes to the Opera "new man in every bottle t f'i ;

}. IParadise Saturday night. They appeared -House for an engagement of one JUST BECAUSE .
? of
Section( 1.
,t Every person well pleased, and have gone week opening next Monday night your cough is only in the throat and .
'the age of twenty-one years and upwards to, work with a willingness. It is the The past five seasons this popular i dogs not trouble, you now don't think ''i t
pi' that shall at the time of

iIJ registration: be a citizen of the Unity the purpose men of in the the management'woods, as well to as work in exclusively organization and has has toured established the South for has that not'it needs had much no' attention.of a start When is the it
ed States, and shall have resided and J Call for It and Insist I'I !

j bad and his place habitations of permanent, domicile abode, home in I all other of places, turpentine incident, to and the it manufacture is :' &$presenting"something a hou hold eachseason Always time.easily t Jeads check Pneumonia it The slightest, Bronchitis cough : : on Having 1

{ ? !Relieved they will make good, com: and furthermore always striving and Consumption. A bottle ofBayard's' -','
!Florida for In: the
one canny
: year,
.i, *c f: ty'for six months shall If otherwise petent and faithful: employes: : Ito please their patrons,, it has Horehound Syrup will cure '
a This group comprises some TYry gained for itself all .this ..prestige.air. thai cough. : price' puts. within.
law in suchcounty '
qualified according to

all, elections be deemed under a qualified the Constitution. electorat fluently intelligent; 'and people are who strictly speak American English great., Edsall favorites and;in:Miss Pensacola'Mntl.rope having are reach of all .Sold, by aiUdru gis, s. ..r9.I1; should Have it at your club, at your I.J I.

R ized. A few of them were in the here 'f ,
appeared former
upo .jnany : Naturalized citizens of. the .. ?
United States at the time of and be- city' Monday making purchases. and. casions1 Their company' for this s'ei- The- other 4ay I, saw a little, modern vor.ltesaIOO _and on your sideboard.HAfhoIesale .
fr' matte quite a favorable. impression, (son ,includes the following capable i i'I
registration shall produce to the en those whom they met. J people Richard F. Valentine Arthur book in a green cover, on a table in;
registration officer his certificate of : .drawing: rq&nv I picked It up. ,It
; Herbert, B. H. Hbwei,H:_ B; Hardy "
.j. naturalization or a duly certified WHY Eugene Burns, Dan -Malone' C. -M. was about the earlyFrench in Canada, :: .: :
make oath
copy thereof and Newton, Dan S. Holtt:Will Avery and-my' eye feirona: copy of a draw ;r" "
that he Is the identical have a torpid liver when Herbine.the; ,
?t person : flack Champion, Angela"Wheaton, ing by their leader Champlin, 6r Champlaid. j 0 0
named in such certificate, before they; only'liver regulator wlll. elji' your: I r-- 0 A G9M
Violet Hall Nellie Avery Mabel The'ticehe represented wasan
;; : :
: 1&L'i f haIl, be allowed to register.1* ] There: is mo reason why you should ; .I c '-"
a Supervisor Scott yeatewtey had an suffer from Dyspepsia, Sonstipation. Harty' Annie Dodson- andSuzanne, attack: by the native allies of the >. ." "
,. Rice. French, the'AJgonquins, on a-fort held I ,
,4'3 applicant, who Supervisor. Scott Chills and Fever or any liver. complaints 't '
} ; states, acknowledged that hf had .returned ;; when Herblne ;will cure 'you. Many! -clever arid new: vaudevilleacts by lroq ois. The Algonquin advanced "Distributer.i' :

to Florida last July but during F. a: TVaiteVestville, Fla., writes: will be seen, between'bill the' acts.A through: showers of arrows under M .. : .
his absence had registered else- "I sick for' month with 'chills complete change pf nightly shields '.
P was a early; as tall as themselves, I' :
withgrices--10 2Q(), .
\1 ;where. and fever, and after taking two !bottles ? and30xcents. like! doors with roundefl tops, Now, '. ..
t c4: In view of the importance of the iHerblne am well and healthy." Speclajl Monday./night} reduced price..for. laoSes' on you* may see exactly thesame, sort' ofshields I : : Liquor Dealer ,.

g matter, it is thought that the question Sold by all druggists. ..t ., ,
4 ,- .in a picture of a lion hunt inlaidxin !! '
: will be legally determined at an ,
g c: early date as to whether or not a FULL LINE 'OF E. P. REED & Cheapest. accident insurance-Dr. : gold and,-silver on the bronze i' .. Pensacola ,. ''Fla.
tI jerson who will have been a resident Thomas' Ecle tric' Oil. Stops the pain blade of dagger found by Dr. Schlie--

of the state for one year at tae and heals the wound All druggistssell mann'in "the grave of Agamemnon"These .
838r time of the general election or previously LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. 2t It. monstrous Mycenaean shields -,....."

has the right to register and i cause'much discussion among the learn *= 2 J 't J

:Vote in the primary on May 15" The Fiddle Drill. PHYSICAL HARMONY, i ed. Why were they so huge? The 'A1I .
The -"fiddle drill" is one of the,oldest "
: gonquins used the very same shields, .
4 stonecutting tools in:; existence. It is Therein Lie. the I'Secret r of. Health I hung from ,their necks, and the reason INSURANCE FUNERAL'NOTICE. IMPROVEMENTS. BEING MACE
F. said to antedate Greek and The funeral of Bennie Collins will -AT COUNTY COURT HOUSE
sculpture i the battles battles
r aDd Long 'Life. was samer-their were
t Blues :
Cure For The
in In about the. formas take place from his late residence, 110
3 use today same The necessity: of" relative harmony t of archers and nobody can parry !'he Beginnings of This,Sow Common if
South Florida Blanca at Extensive <;
improvements an I
it was 2,000 years ago. As its name Mode of Protection.
F ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED its action resembles: fiddle. throughout the entire physical system I a shower of arrows ;with a smaller 4 p. m..* the cortege moving thence to made at the county court nou.i"!
Implies The
shield Shields small inGreeceas practice of insurance was known '
m cannot be too 'strongly urged. Herein grew St. Joseph's church. Interment will entire building Is being rewi i J ., i
;t 3 Hialth Fully Restored and the Joy of The drill is of two pieces. In one hand' lies the chief secret of health and long bow and arrow went out and sword to the'ancients, being in the be 'in St..Jlteha.el's cemetery. heavier electric wires, in or'--' -

;" : Life Regained. a carver holds the drill stock,'which is life. Manifest weakness, ,even pre- and spear came in.-London Illustrated beginning of the Christian era.. cure more voltage for the! ( ?*
I =ii- like a carpenter's brace, except: that it The insurance of ship's was undoubtedly .
News. ;
f dominant strength in any part opens v The Eugene Sailed. In the circuit court room rh;
'' yVheaaeheerfulbrave,light-hearted Is straight Instead of having crank. the avenue for the invasion 'of disease part of the business of the Hanse- The steamer Eugene, Captain T F. of Clerk McMillan will be on

woman is suddenly plunged into that In, the other hand he holds the "bow" and the approach of death. What can The Canadian Line Etic league, which was formed about I. Bludworth Pilot J. E. Stuckey, PurserT of -the judge's bench, not in "'. '

? ,perfection of misery the BLUES, it is which Is strung with a brass wire and be done for the realization maintenance The boundary line between Canada 1140 by the port towns of Germany to F. Bludworth sailed yesterday on formerly, and will be on a rai- '

df pj '"p sad picture. It is usually.. this way: which Is given a turn around the drill of structural andWltaltarmony? and the United States !s'marked with protect themselves 'agaInst the pirates her maiden trip. The Eugene will form. 'Accommodations for" 5

She has been feeling out of sorts"i1 stock. To use the drill the carver Space would fail us tpx'give I details Iron posts at inile intervals for a great Of Sweden and Denmark. make Freeport and ;all the principal of the press are also being ;a-
? places the drill stock against his breast landings oh Choctawhatchee .Bay and Trwo \* ;
additional fans
The custom'of electric
'conditions drawing out insurance
Adapted to varying but the part of its length. Cairns, earth mounds '
9'r holding it with.his left hand and with and policies originated in Flprensa in 1523 river as far as Sprln hilL placed in the court room.
underlying 'fundalJentalprlnciPle for timber posts are also used, 'and

his right he draws the bow back and its accomplishment maybe'..impartedIn through the forests and swamps a line although a regular chamber of insur- uu_________ _'== __ -
This > ,
forth fiddle fashion. Imparts '
4 few words. -Strive to, strengthenand a rod wide, clear of trees and under. ance was formed at Bruges early in the
rotary motion to the drill stock, and
Sl develop those parts of ,the body wood, has been cut Across the lakes, fourteenth century and the practicewas
the drill is ground to cut in either
wayIt which have been slighted by nature or artificial Islands have been made to in general use In Italy in 1194 and
.turns. The fiddle drill is used in the
+?*' finest work, in crevices where the weakened by dIsease 'OL'l abuse; guard support the cairns, which rise, about'' in England in 15GO. Over Half' '8 Million

1$ _..pI.3 sculptor could not reach with his chisel zealously such structures"and'see that eight feet above the high water mark Fire and life insurance is of much

aiI they are never subjected to undue Exchange. _._ more recent origin. Some of the ancient -
+ 4 and hammer without endangering the ..
s carving. .strain or too act exertion; neglectnot guilds. provided compensation for 'SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

Lit.! the improvement of every part of any:of their members who suffered loss

Eli ., The Worrying Habit. the economy, but seek'first to improvethe CHILDRENIf from 'fire, but the insurance of goods Do you think 'such an enormous business could be built ap and

i i j .. I asked a physician what cure he weakest structures; look well to and houses as a distinct branch of business -I continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and mend

i 1 q ;O c :would suggest'for'the worrying habit ,organs of vital Importance-the heart, cannot be traced .farther back Do ypti think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our

"J would prescribe common sense," he lungs, kidneys, etc.-and seek especially I than 1667 the year after. the great fluof reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
i! Mrs.Rosa Mam said. "And If hasn't to advance their' good. 'A-vfine You Have Any Ailing Ones Th'is'Will London. Do you think U.S: Senators Foreign Ambassadors Bankers, Businessand
a man or woman
Professional in
physique is not to be ignored,' but of The first regular company, the Hand- men every section of this country would keep on using
hand'arid can't cultivate
.1 got a stock on
Interest You HAYNER WHISKEY if if wasn't-an, ?
time head has ached and
some ; far greater Importance In-Hand founded in 1696 and five -
-are a was ,
also been one no doctor can give it to him or strong Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if itwasn't
back quite
has-slept '
and; nearly fainted once or her. This worrying nonsense 'grows. pair of lungs, a.noraal, well guarded other "companies still existing were : absolutely pure and unadulterated?
I nervous lies heart, good digestive apganrtu and started la the 'quarter of a century' Just think these things over and then send trial order.
twice'; head dizzy and heart beats very The best means, to cure It in the "We. little boys arid carefully us a
tit, see .so many
functionally Bound kidneys.The de. :which followed. Life Insurance was back if
are not satisfied.
fast; then that bearing-down :feeling, hands, of the woman herself. If she girls,about town who are'weak.: thin- you
11' and her periods she is exceed reloping and strengthening of vital i first undertaken by the Amicable ia .
: y during will just call a little common sense to legged and hollovrcheeked. ," said\ a >.' United States Senate Washington D. c.
ingly despondent Nothing*' pleases her aid resolve riot to borrow trouble, structures requ r ;more skill and perseverance member of the firm of W. H. White'& 1706.-L nion Standard. .'1 ban found hsjmer. Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal pjipoK-"

her. Her doctor says: Cheer up: you to be cheerful and tijnk upon the best than the'training' the muscular Oo, our well "known druggists, "it U'lf. Stl'llw: .
have dyspepsia will be all right system should Nevada.HAYNER
; aI be'conductedwith
you U.S. Senator from
: side of things she will live longer and seems a shams to ,allow them to remain -- --

*oon.M But she doesn't get all right" and retain her beauty IO fet'. Every woman much care and diligence* so for they will grow up into Speaking Their Mind

hope vanishes; then come the broodIng wants to keep beautiful to the last I .- weak, sickly and nervous men and 'The queer thing about the people

ti 1 morbid, melancholy, everlasting Why does,she take the course which is The Tip of the A1Ugai '. Tall. women, without the vitality to 'w rk whp boast of .always speaking their WHISKEY

Iki BLUES, sure' to make: her yellow skinned, dull A great delicacy in Florida, accord- or enjoy. life minds is'that they nearly always! have -

i Don't wait until your sufferings have eyed and thoroughly unlovely?" Ing to the Cleveland Leader ,, Is the tip "If;' continued he, "the lathers and such',disagreeable minds to speak. Did

E driven you to despair,with your nerves >Wby, indeed?-New 'Ierk Globe. of an alligator's tail. It. tastes like mothers of such' children.! .:would- believe yod ever hear any. one,preface acpm-< '

;* all shattered and your courage gone, frogs' legs though' bit, more. gamy. what we.say of VinoL we would pliment, a commendatipajor anything .20 EXPRESS '
t but take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable see- a great difference .in.3he .
= Vanilla. Alligator tails are, best Just after the appearance gracious or pleasant by saying 1 always 4''FULL. S3 assaso

Mrs. Rosa Compound.Adams See of 819 what 12th it did Street for It ia curious to read that vanilla was ricebird season. The. big'alligators of the-younger generation of this must speak 'my mind?'-:Wom 'QUARTS m
city You know Vinol is not a patent PREPAID
Life. .
employed the Aztecs of Mexico float In the water/with only;their an's -
by' :
eyes ,
Louisville, Ky., niece,of the late General asa medicine, and ,Is just the tonic 'growing -,
t Roger Hanson,C.S.A. She writes: L Ingredient ''in' the manufacture of showing. When they see a flock of children need. It will make for
Oli the Common Highway.iyo OUR OFFER We will send in sealed with
< no
yon a plain case
g Dear Mrs.Pintham: chocolate prior' the discovery of these fat, juicy little, birds they dive them good, healthy flesh;, sound 'bone;i I are learning that a standard of, J marks to show contents, POUR FULL QUARTBOTTLQ'HA
V "I cannot tell you with pen and Ink what America by the Spaniards and that It to the bottom. Theirxlongwlde siout .hard muscle and rich, red 1 blood: I ethics is not 'Eli PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 83.20, and we
Lydia E. Fiokoam's Vegetable Compound was brought,to Europe as a perfume scoops up some of the loam 'and they "True Vinolis a cod liner oil preparatiori'but .,i social attained by traveling will fcay tbe express c arges. Take It home and sample It,have your doctor{ -
has done for me. I Buffered with female ;a sequestered pathway but by testtrevery bottle if yon wish. Then if don't find It
just we say
i as :
? with float to the surface yon
trembles, extreme lassitude, the blues' Indigo, cochineal and cacao ten again-wlth just the '' it does not contain a drop: and .' _
W walking on the thronged and common perfectly utisfaetol'J' &hip It back to ns AT OUR EXPENSE and your
; nervousness and that all-cone feeling. 1 was years before the.arrival ,of tobacco on, rich soil showing. The birds:think it of oil or any'bad tasting feature. It H2Q) will promptly refttaded. How could any offer be fairer Voc _
road Where all must
advised tb try Lydia E. 'Vegetable our shores: They name vanilla is de. is an island. They -alight upon it is so delicious that all children loveit : out for one don t.Xisk-a cent.

m f derangement Compound, and,but 11 it not hat only restored cured me my to perfect female rived from the Spanish cams aped or When the whole family! is there the big yet it actually does contain all the I I another, and at least see the size of oneanther's Orders for Ariz.;Cal.CoC Idaho.Mont..Kev..N. n..Ore..Utah.Wash., !ft r3
capsule.' turns medicinal' elements found in fresh i irods' I Addams.Foolish. or Wyo..must be on the basis of 4< quarts for S4.0O by Express Prepaid -
health: and strength. The buoyancy of my Dampier described It as a reptile suddenly, Just: as the 20 _iIw rP-
4> younger days has returned, and I do not suffer little pod full of small black seeds and birds scramble off. he opens''his mouth livers, and is the most wholesome or Quarts C15.20 by Freight Prepaid. 1 1"Write ',-
longer with I did before. and medicine for neatest office aid do it NOW i
best childrenwe
any: like the stem of a tobacco leaf;so much once. They are gone. The birds are neat ; our rf -
I consider Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableiOompound ever sold. 'By six causes a.fool maybe known:
iAm a boon to sick and suffering so that his men; when they found the little feeders and"the-alligator: is an without ; THE HAYNER DISTILLING
"It is because-we' know what Anger ; speech without bum
women.'' dried pods at first. threw them away, epicure at'this time of thq naJ. The Vinol --, ..
.p .If )'olillaVD some derangement olJ "wondering why :the Spaniards should' -ricebird diet mates the tiprof: his tail will make do that we guarantee well, If itfallsto I profit;-change' objecttrtt withoutmotiyetflnguirjrwithout : lAtlaata Gi.. Dayton, 0.S L&&_Ho .$t. f ud, il1D. >
children an trust 1n
your rugged and g a
the female organism write Mn.g lay up tobacco stems.--Chambers of which he is most 'vain, tender and< .. 433 I>DISTILLIST: ,TBOT,O. ESTABUSHID ISO.A .
; 3 Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice journal,_ sweet, rosy to refund your money. W. HT stranger, and wanting capacity to dis-'
f "1 White & .druggists. ; tlnguisa between friend and,foe. 4

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PARADE IS.SUES! PRIMARY -'CALL ,'Tor oyer Bin fears I snffer 41 l with chronic eontipttion -'
$ aad during thU tims I bel to Sab an
injection of warm water oace ever 24 hours tefoi!
Puts You on Your Mettle ._ .',..._, I coUld bare an action tfn mt bowels.' Uippjiy 1
tried Cafcanu and toflar I am a well man.
+ Curing the nin.year b*'*re I Dsed Caacaret I Special to The Journal.
deliver FOR l offered untold with internal piles.Thank.
we can at ESCAMBIA COUNTY miiery
To'night 'ELECTIONS -APPLICANTS WILL ,to yon 1 am free from all that this morning.! yott : iF.cambIaApril 5.-Escambia's
can use thia in behalf of suffering humanity."
your door the clothes we fitted WHICH$ WILU BE. HELD. B.F.fisher fioauoke. III. :beautiful oak grove has .on her

for you this morning -'.. ot-! ;MAY 15-OFFICV, i TO BE. BE EXAMINEDFATE ietror I spring especially dress of grateful green to and the we All shouldbe Wise

( VOTED FOR AND"j RULES% OF!THE' The Dowels I for touching the dead earth with His Kress' Easter Sale.

SteinBlochmasterfashioned : PRIMARY.- :.'. "\ '.. FATE OF,,: THE.' LARGE_ ARRAY finger and bidding, it arise once more

.: )r' ::', '.: from its long sleep Into life and ac Easter means a general rejoicing after the dull Lenten season. Everyone -

i -. ;. .: SEEKING SANITY: INSPECTORSHIPS DYCATft4M : tivity. The return of spring, the feels in a generous mood and wants to help make things as gay as

,,',.. ,' ,' .. : lesurrection of nature, and the possible.
TO BE DECIDED resurrection of Christ make April and Preparations now in progress for the great Kress Easter Sale make

The following call for the primary its Easter joys a' most thrilling time our store look like a veritable Magic Palace.

and mastermadeThis election to' be held 15th. Pleuant.Palatable Potent..Taste Good Do Good, in our yearly journey. Flowers, Malines Laces, Ribbons, etc., for fascinating frills and fupbetows -
May 1906, The special committee appointed by lever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe tOe,SSc.5 C.Never The E. I* manufacturing Co's ,make our trimming and milinery department a thing of beauty anda

Label Stands for 5I l Yearsof has teen Issued by the. Democratic the board of Health to examine applicants Old Guaranteed in The cure genuine or your money tablet back.stamped C Cc. mill_at this pincewas shut down a,, joy forever, while funny little toys delight the children.

'Executive' Committee. of Esciunbia for the position of sanitary in Sterling Remedy Co;,Chicato or N.Y. 603M8UJU.SALE few days last week on acount of Such Easter novelties as toy u-abbits, ducks, eese, etc., which go so

Knowing How County. [t' ShOWs the, of&ces 'to be spector will convene this afternoon at TEN MILUON BOlE. scarcity Of logs, but I is, running in full, far toward making the. Easter season a happy one to little men and women -

fins! Label Stands for 51 Years vcted for and the 'amoun 'each candidate o'clock at the city hall The committee ; blast now. .' ': I i will. be found in the toy department. and are guaranteed tobe "as
Mr. and Mrs. large as life and twice as nattral"
is.composed of Mayor Bliss and R. C. Cooper were,
-=.::: of Knowing How is assessedwho enters this pri- City Physician ..Plep nt. j Pew:acola last' 'Saturday. i Goodwill and Easter Greeting go with every purchase, our password

mary. Thla amount must'accompany Judging from'*the1 number of applicants '\ Mr.. J. N. Crumbley made a flying being "Quantity, Best Quality and Lowest Prices."

the application of the party desiring to the positions are eagerly Ibein' Extra Line trip'to Florida town. *''on. the Celestine Sale opens Saturday and lasts through next week.

have' his ;name printed upon the official sought after., It Is stated around the city lastSunday.- .
ballot. The' call Is' as 'follows hall that forty-fire-or fifty have ethi Mrs. J. C. McConnell: was shopping

Pursuant to the call of the State submitted to the committee, and it Is Pure Cane la Pensacola Monday.. Easter4Goods; -The Summit; A
Democratic Committee of the State of thought that the entire irtimber will : Mrs. Cal: Nobles'of Pensacolaspent
last week with relatives here. :: -.,
Florida, a primary election of: the be on hand when the examinations!
Democratic party will be held in Escambia commence. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Weaver were of
!' Syrup In Peosacola last Monday. Novelty
county'on Tuesday, May The successful contestants in tile
R v. W G. Miller, of Rob rtsdale,
1906 for the :
Of nominating .,
purpose examinations will be appointed to fill -
Ala., passed through here Monday en
candidates 1 Representative for. the following'offices In Cotfgress, 3rd: positions ,in the' sanitary, departmentmade ASK FOR route to his family at Wallace Fla., ) Children are coming to look upon Easter to give
necessary by the action of the
is in .Coat. called there by the Illness of one of
And Every
Congressional District. city council In passing an ordinance found the them as many surprises as Christmas.
2 Justices of the Supreme Court. Crown Brand l his children we hope he Foreseeinga
increasing the numlber of inspectors
$15.00 to $30.00PANAMAS 2 Railroad Commissoners.: little one much improved.Mrs. great demand manufacturers have striven to reach
1 during the summer months. J. }t. Weaver, Mrs. J. C. McConnell : J
State Senator. Manufactured by and; Mrs. E. Padgett made a the summit of novelty. Kress' have
2 Members of th!, House'of. Repre Soothes itching skin. Heals cutsor pleasant family party that visited accordingly

cTAllDARDtoTHIESEII ( sentatives.- burns ,witnout a scar. Cures eczema relatives near Olive Wednesday. taken their pick of every great novelty-making con-
1 County Assessor Taxes. Florida Mills.
salt rheum, any !itching. D an's Syrup
Mr. Albert Padgett mae a flying
\B in the world. Our
1 1 Tax Collector : Ointment Your druggist sells It. trip to'Pensacola Monday. cern prices keep pace.

= County Treasurer.v For sale by all leading in The ladies of the M. E. church will
5 County Comrniasionera. grocers I Medium-size Cotton Chicks andI Wire
give .a basket ,supper at Tippen'sSaturday Settees assorted, 4 kinds,
3 Members County Board' of' Public cast in the first:"primary' shall be declared '- quart bottles and half gallon cans. night, the proceeds to be I Ducks; white and yellow, with with Chickens and other fowl.. 5c

Instruction. el cted. used for .painting the church. Ws: fancy wings. Very realistic.

CLEANED, BLEACHED REBANDEDBY 1 Supervisor of .Registration. of 4. All offices enumerated in the'I hope it will be well patronized. I k J 3 for....... ...... ...... ...... 5c Handle Baskets, assorted, with -'
Electors. call shall be voted for 'toy the votersof Rabbit and Chicks or with -:
EXPERT WORKMEN.' Justice of the .-PeaceDistricts' !' : No. every, precinct' of the county, excspt ELECTION. 'STRATEGYAn I Large-size Cotton Chicks and Rooster and Chicks.......... 6c .:
Leave Hats at Wagenheim's Cigar .
1, 2, 4, 5 'and 7. \ : t justice of the peace and constables I Ducks; same description...... 6c
Store, 32 S. Palafox. 'Constables Districts No. 1/3, 4 and and members of the Executive MRS. J. F.I: BALLARDSHE Incident .f :an English. Pmrlla. Tall straw Post Box,assorted colors '

7. committee, who shall 'foe voted for only:, men tar 7 'Contest. I Small Cotton -Chicken; flexible with Chicken, large Duck \

OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDS .Cha'irman Democratic .County. Executive in the districts or precincts, respectively In the days bef re the Institution of I wings,white and yellow. 2 for 5c Dove, Rabbit and candy box.. lOc t
New Stock"Only the Best. Committee. that they. aie candidates. .ta I
EXPIRED YESTERDAY AFTER the secret ballot, when the candidate
: Cotton Dove white with white silk
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox SL Secretary Democratic. County Executive represent. I Brown Rabbits with carrots. 3
with the
longest purse usually won an I
Committee. 5. Those and those back and wings and
fancy dip
persons only BRIEF ILLNESS AT HER election positions....... .... ... lOc
< a former Lord Dundonald, II 4 II II.
23 Members Democratic County shall become candidates before, or: tai1.a...... .. 5c
TURTON & BELL. Executive Commltt, vote at, participate, in the management : HOME ON NORTH AL- who refused to give bribes, contested Nodding-HeadRabbits and Chicks lOc '

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. 2., The nameof no person shall, be of said primary election, who I Honiton, but was beaten by an oppo- Large white,sitting Cotton Rabbit
Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs. printed on the official ballot to be are white democraic electors, who declare I CANIZ STREET.Mrs. nent who paid his electors at the rate I with carrot in forepaws 5c and lOc Rabbit with rider. 6 assorted stjles lOc

used in said ejection,' unless he be their adherence the principles! t of !5 a vote.
certified as a candidate by the Stateor and organization of the Democratic I J. 'Floyd Ballard. wife of Then the unsuccessful candidate Duckwith long neck and big wing Paper Eggs, all colors, some with
R. K. ..... ... ...... ...... ..... 5c and
Congressional Committee or unlesshe party, national, state and county; Captain Ballard of the tug Flanders conceived this brilliant plan, says the for candy. .. 5c pictures. lOe
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate shall on. or before April}.26th', 1906 who are by the laws of the state, law lassed away yesterday and the writer of a history of the Dundonald
Optician,30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. fla.TerselyTold file In writing with the chairman of ful electors of the .election! district In funeral will take place at 3:30: this family. He announced to his friends

this County Executive; Committee notice which they offer to vote;. who have afternoon at their residence 908 that he was quite determined to win I Patent Girl Dolls These are I Bisque Make the mantel k
of his their taxes North Alcaniz street Her pastor, I all new
candidacy and applicationto paid poll legally due ,not the seat next time without bribery. wonderfully pretty.
have his name placed on said 'bal less than ten (10) days before said tev. Julian S. SLtley, of the First and interesting in design and con Novelties
Then he sent the town crier round the Among the great
lot and also pay to the treasurer the primary election is held and who shall Presbyterian church will return.. thismorning. : struction.
town to announce that all who had variety of these novelties are: candle
from he
McCasMH of Is in assessment hereinafter provided. Only when challenged by any elector, Chipley; where is Bangs and side curls, white muslin
J. Freeport, in attendance' & voted for him in'this first election might stick boy and girl, monkey bank, nod.
persons whose names are printed on pledge in writing upon oath before an < upon the Florida Pres- chemise, lace collar, painted shoes
the city for few days.J. heads kinds with
a ding (two ),dog pipe
to his ,
bytery to conduct the services.r repair agent, from whom they and nine inches
the official ballot shall be voted for inspector? his honor;;fa abide by and stockings, long and musicians value 1
boy girl
R. McLain, of Geneva, Ala., .was Only' one last December would receive no. Unusual value 1UC ; ,
In said election. Said the result of such ago I IWAT.CH
notice and support primary
applications 35c, Kress'price..... .. ...each, IOC
& Pensaoola! visitor yesterday.A shall' be1 In form substantially'as election and vote for the nominees 28. Captain Ballard and pretty, lovable As comparatively few people had
Paul, a weel known citizen of follows. thereof. Bessie Green, were m rr1'3d, Rey. : voted for him, this was not a.very expensive Patent Girl Dollssome Teplitz We only import when we

Gainesville is. at the Escambia.R. Frank Rellly Chairman, Democratic 6. Said primary election shall be Mr. Sibley officiating! at the residence process. And at.the next election .- Rembrandt H 1 don-land thing new I In Novelties aresuretheOldWorldhas something a bit better than

Lean Jones of Seminole Ala., County Executive Committee, conducted In accordance with the.-prI- of her parents, Mr. ana1!' Mrs. Lord Dundonald was elected by,pink and white embossed chemise the l\ew. Example-Tep-
litz novelties.
Was in the city yesterday on busi- Dear Sir:-I 'file this notice of my mary election laws of the state of A, H. .Green, going at once'to their an enormous. majority. After the triumph l&ct collar.] painted sbocs and stockings 15c tOe Each Glazedtobaccojarsinheadshapes.

S. candidacy and application to have my''I Florida. The voting shall be by 'ballot : own brief little cottage home where their several people came to him and Ladies' A varied line of China silk Jewel boxes in egg shapes. Bon bon

C. Hn Smith, -ot .Flomaton, t/Ala.,. name printed on .the. om_ at'ballot, {as prepared and in accordance with but happy married. life habeen delicately suggested that some reward collars, embroidered in boxes,two kinds. Hair receivers,two shapes.
spent. shaped
tas among the visitors: .to tha city candidate: for .,i.. .........".' the I the. provisions of:the State Election She leaves little daughter ja, five_' 3 ;_was' due to such loyalty. Collars white short tabs,assorted Fancy A varied creamers.f pitchers and special

yesterday. -'I. Primary Election to beheld- .May ,15th. Laws and shall'be printed and distributed days old whom a she lorlnsly nam cV: "Not a farthing," was the reply. colors,white, blue black pink.(,.IOC Tephtz vase*in six shapes.___

Collector John E. Stillman returned 1906. under the direction of'this Elizabeth Marian, to console In some "But, 'my lord you ga've !10 a headto
yesterday from Montgomery, where he I am a white democratic: voter of County Executive Committee.' On measure the grief-stricken husband the minority at the last election, and ()
I Icicci
Precinct of Escambia -County, 'said ballot shall be printed the names REESWWDOWE"
lad been business.TV
: on Mrs. Ballard was only twenty-six the majority have been counting on
I Florida, and declare adherence to of all candidates for national and .
my '
J. Riedel returned last night, years old, and be ides.her'. husband, something handsome on this occasion."
the state offices and other candidates
principles organization of the as '
after a four months' stay on ti>e: the state commit- leaves a devoted father and mother, "Perhaps so," said the clever candi.
Democratic fixed campaign
party national state and by
Southern States Stock Ranch near i county, and I pledge my 'honor to tee, and next in order the names of,three of whom sisters have, andfour the profound brothers sympathy all- date. "My former gift was for their 8 -
JiHscogee Fla. I
T. E. Wells has returned' a'bide' by and support the result of, candidates for county and all other of many friends not only In Pen-! disinterested conduct in not taking'myopponent's A good 8 day Parlor Clock. .. .. ... ..... .... .. .. ... ... ... .. .$5.00A
Captain said primary election and to vote. for' offices. In all cases the names of sacola, but' in Bagdaa' and throughout bribe of i5. For me to pay good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00

from North Alabama and Tennessee. the nominees thereof. candidates shall be arranged in alpha-' the country. them now would be to violate my ownprinciples. 8-day Mission Clocks $2.75 to. . .. ..... ... .... ... ,... ... .. ...$5.00
Alex. Llschkoff has returned from .. .... ...'. ... .. .... .. .i. betical order all substantially in conformity 'fThe pall bearers for Mrs. Ballard ."-Pearson's. reasonable prices.J. .
Repairing at
a ten days visit to Cincinnati.A. 3. The assessments, fixed by the with the ballots used in general will be,' Capt. Aiken, Capt. Bryan
F. DAVIS JEWELER at Coe's Book Store.
G. Stewart! formerly' Attorney elections.
committee and which candiates
are: Dunwody, Capt. Bennie' de Roche- A )llser'. Wish.
General of Porto Rico, who has been required to pay 'to Jas. MoHugh treasurer 7. The' inspectors arid'clerks', to' .tolave; CapL J. S. Walton, Capt. Gib Greedylot, who Is rather miserly, was -
n the city for several days on business on'or before: 6 o'clock, p., m.April conduct the first primary election will Moreno,Capt J. H. YcCona: ghy and recovering from 'a long Illness. "How L. C. SMITH & BROS.
left for the north last night. 26th, are as follows: be appointed by the County Executive the-cortege will leave the house at 4 he asked "thatI ,
it:, doctor, one day,
Eaysen H. Chase of the Cable Com I State Senator. .. ., .$ 18.00 Committee from a list submitted for o'clock for St. John's cemetery where was was able lo'live so"many weeks without.eatlngT. VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
pany, leaves today for South Florida. Members House of Representatives I I each precinct by the members of. the the interment will take place. '

Last night Mr. Chase entertained a . ,.. :" ''; ':-.i '' 8OOI, committee from the precinct for .approval Machines Sold, rented or exchangedSee
party of friends on the bay. I County Assessor of Taxes. ... 100.00 toy the candidates at a meet The Ideal In Everyday Life. "Why, you were the fever. or write

Photographer Chas Cottrell has Tax Collector ... .. ...',.. ... .. 10000 in'g to be held in the county court The inward enthusiasm which glad "Are you sure?" Then after a mo

just finished, a fine crayon and I County Treasurer .. I.;, .. 100.00 house in the city of Pensacola on Saturday dens us, sustains us, lifts us again I ment's reflection. '"'.1 wish I could givo U S. BROWN, Pensacola Fla.

Ink portra-t: of Val Wright, deceased, Candidate for County Commis-' I I April 7th 1906 at 8 o'clockp. ; when ,we, fall, is more necessary than it to my servants. ,

sad the work is very pleasing to \the sioner. *. .. :. .. 10.00 m. and all candidates are invited bread. Man lives on the --- -
tetter's frienda.A Member Board Publc: Instruc- j I and earnestly requested- to attend this our ideal.daily' All of us have need of Its sub- __ ____. _.., __ _.u __ HH-**###*# Hil- .

the ,. .tion.- ;. .... 10.001, meeting. DAVID HARUM1S HAUNTS. WATCHES JEWELRY 1
rumor is current to effect of of 8. Tnis County .Executive Committee lime .grandeur, which, while defyingall DIAMONDS ,
Supervisor Registration !I
that -
Deputy Sheriff Reub Nicholsontill associates itself
be a candidate for Justice of toe Electors. . .. .. .. . 10.00 will meet at the, county court with comparison the smallest, yet actions. Do not Where the. Winters Are 'Cold and the ; CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE =
2nd District I house in Pensacola on Friday. May '
}I to Landrum Justice of the Peace. 'Snows Deep.-
lce succeed J. R. re-
etnIy resigned. (City)' . '. ,. 25.00,, 18th, at 8 o'clock' p.- m. and publicly scorn any .l wly labor. The secret of Writing from the vicinity David t STERLING SILVERWARE,
Justice: of the Peace, Districts i'r canvass the returns and declare the the true life consists in understanding Harum made famous -
Sxteen cases were tried in the mu- result of the election and decide inI : the close relationship existing between ,
Nos. 1. 4, 5 an Upal court yesterday Three wer ;I'i Constables, Districts Jfos.:.J, 3, |I I what cases a second primary shall be thdt which is so wonderfully beautiful J, and, although he knew it was:; doing CUT GLASSWARE. -

discharged' two continued and theo !I '4' and '7:. .. .b. \ ., ..' .. 5.00j held. .. 'so highly spiritual and the things seemIngly him harm was too obstinate to
m found guilty with fines assess- The foregoing assessments are made I I I| FRANK 'REILLT so small destitute of beauty and give it up till all at once he wentto'
amounting to $42 and costs. the' oftwo Primary! Chairman Escambia. County Democratic with and
to cover expenses I I spirituality.The pieces nervousness a
City Marshal C. F.' chad left last elections. Th second election will beheld Executive Committee.W. words "everyday life" recall. the used up feeling, which practically Engraving and Fine Stationery.Mail .

tight: for Hot Springs Adk., where on June 12th,, 190ff la the event C. J{) ES."-Secretary.-. days of the week, the commonplace unfitted him for' his. arduous occupation : .

w will atend the National Conven- It should 'foe necessary to' choose be-],,I I without variety: or brightness. and kept him on a couch at I
t ton of Police Chiefs. Marshal tween the two candidates recslving, COUNTY DEMOCRATIC .flays, home when ,his. duty did no<> call him
like the other.
Schad Days are not all one Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
expects to be absent the greatest 'number-but less than a COMMITTEEThere out.
as. majority cast In the election of May '- Wo have Sundays and holidays, which "While in this condition GrapeNutsfood

Nez1 Sunday's Journal will be one 15th 1906. At such second primary.electton will be' a meeting, of the 1-have tin altogether different aspect was suggested to me, and abandoning i

5 of. the biggest editions ever printed only such persons: as, ware County Democratic' Executive Commit- from other days. There Is a mental coffe:?, I began to use it. Although

aPensaco'a.! Itvill reflect treat qualified to vote .at the .first primary]tee I held at the courthouse Sa u'tdail: condition for holidays, and, having so it was in the;middle of winter E. Q. Zadek Jewelry Co !

tredit On the enterpris and energy of election shall be permitted to vote. No,| at 8 o'clock p: m.,' April'7th, 1306,. for long been under the dominican Influence and the thermometer was often below MOBILE ALAIFLEDMLLLN'S

Pensacola's business people. Every assessment made ,against; candidates -,: the purpose of appointing clerks: and ,,a mood for Sunday, and, in the zero, my .enire'Uvln.g: for about ,
terchant should have an'ad'in it. for members ofth County Executive -,inspectors. to conduct the ,primary sweet ontagloii: of hopes which each I fix weeks 'of severe exposure was Vgy-re3MK&* **** jIK ""
Committee and according to'election f of May 15th,. 1&06, and for Sunday reawakens in us, some find theinotntain' Grape-Nuts with a, little bread and

It's -different There's nothing likee the rule heretofore adopted by this 1 f the transaction: of any other. business.! !$ and the forest, the harvest butter,and a- cupof hot water till I
Blue Rfljboa' candidates' for meID-I I FRANK REILLY, was ,wise ..enough lo make Postum CHICK FEED
Flavor. Ask your committee th? ," and the flowers, more beautiful on Sunday -, !
Ocer for who shall w. C. JONES,. Chairman. Fod5 Coffee my. table beverags. .
Blue committee
Ribbon Lemon Va- of said ,
or bers ] than on other days.: -Harper's Bazar. first weeks I 'beganto -
:1 two.
tlila 1! "After the !
votes, Secretary
next t-me. the highest number of .
.- feel better and during the whola To your newly hatched brood. Why fill their

nm m Early and Late Easter route.winter frequently'I never lost being a trip, on on the my: road mail 7 little crops with meal or other soft feed that

B r ft ft4lijjf Easter Sunday cannot happen earlier! The constant
(H...........r..... "' '" 1Uf .. JI'i A'jQ Hhan March 22 or later than,April 2:). or marvel 8'hours to me at.a was time how a person could soon packs and sours, causing many fatalities,

but between these two dates it has a, do the amount of work and1 endure when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains

It is to People Musical Appreciation I' range of the of council thirty-five of Nice days., 323 At A.the D.time, it I fo the small fatigue an and'amount hardship of I did But,. on I. will furnish all that nature requires to make.. .

continued them- -
was agreed by the representatives pres- found that I have "" them thrive.Telephone .

g that Pianos,appeal They,' that tone quality that gives that I|| ent that from that time forward Easter using both Fostnm ana often GrapeNutsat they com
our ppssess should fall on the first Sunday after every meal, 'and F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334-
t perfect blending with the human 'voice, The greatest care should be the full moon occurring on or next prise my entire irritability meal. and All mr insomnia nervousness -

4 exercised in piano i buying 'Do ,not allow ,anyone to persuade you to ; after March 21,'or, In other words, "on have disappeared, and healthy natural -

for' is not desirable at any price. I: the first' Sunday after the first full sleep has ,come 'back to me.
buy a cheap piano, a poor instrument "
moon after the sun crosses the line. "But what has been perhaps the NEW METHOD LAUNDRYPHONEII88.

Since the above arrangement was greatest surprise. to me' Is the fact

hirl I Every Piano We Offer isa Bargain adopted 'by the great ecclesiastical that with 'the, benefit to my general ,
council referred to Easter has fallenn health has come a remarkable improvement -. E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANA ST.

I1* March 22 and on every date between In my eye-sight
t I because' of its quaitty and low 'pricey and "pay/whenyyou/like" plan.. { that and April 25. but It Is only "If a good appetite, good digestion, !

Kranich & Bach, Packard, Lester, .Cassell, Clutter. Sheet music at pub/ j f1fterlong intervals of time that It occurs good active eyesight brain are strong to be nerves desired antf I can an Ordor Your

Usher's on- Its extreme dates. In 1886 from myown: 'experience that I COAL and WOOD
prices, Its latest say ICE
------- __ Easter fell on April 25, possible Grape-Nuts and IPostum will supply ., ... ,
Oldest 114-116 S. Palafax t f. date an event which will not them." Name given by Postum Co. 1're 'tbe

':and L.gnt'. Clutter I Music House Phone 15PENSACOLA r rCEO. gaIn occur until tbe spring of 1943. Battle Creek,:Mich. !1 Consumes' ItO Fuel-ComplIY..

: The last time Easter fell on its earliest There's a. reason.. Read the little b n.."' '
I omtecomer= Chll' 1114 T&rraCOltL '
B. CLUTTER. Sec. 9 This will not happen Road to Wellville, In '
w c. CLUTTER, Trea.f "date was In 1818. took, "The .
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sonable terms; that by advertisingfor reedd1i! can find'the-best; :marketsfor Jack opened the door,,then. stood still Inac1c'gieetuilyreportedJTte-' OPERA UOUS

a lodger she..caa get. an agreeable them .in wonder. dictions aa to its lasting several days

iDJe: Jtnjacola Jonf1U1I one,and one' :who is "good pay;" lAnd when a :woman becomes a Terry In'old fashioned gown of plum 'and tying tip> traffic. "I'm having! the

and that by advertising the household good."Want. Ad ertlser" she never colored cashmere opening In front over time of myIlf ," he declared. ,"If the One Solid Week --

J*- __ .. S S StJrI .- .\ things which' are no longer uses. a poor medium second time. chemisette of hand: embroidered linen, dandiest Thanksgiving I ever knew." and
: uuu. u.-u u S Saturday
!* yellow now from disuse, her dark hair No doubt as :to' ,that being a r&al Matinee

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. piled high over tall old tortoise shell Thanksgiving dinner-oysters, turkey, Monday April

j' **' *'*. HH f* *:ff'****. ** ******* *i' comb,,,made a pretty sight as she cqur- 'sweet.and white potatoes, squash, turnips 9th' :

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT 'MONDAY I ... '!:' .- to C P.&: tesied demurely. boiled onions, gravy, homemade The Edsall

Govefhor r Browdrd's Reply Cousin Martha stared in amazement pickles and preserves, cranberries and Winthrop

?41 ...BY... ij I ** "Y au ain't telling me," she cried, .seiz new bread,both white and brown. Stock
They did their best Jack sacrificing CompanyPresenting
ing hold.of Jack "that you've let that
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK :* Miami Record i strange child dress up In your Aunt himself nOb y.' But Betsy Ann's face
: .
.. -.r!: the Greatest
Jn.ruu- !i :I.-- 01 H.j.'L. .1! ,4 ".. .. ,. .';: 4'-. ;:...- S .. ...' .HH i -- -$* 7f Hannah's mother's things, and she sobered when she came to clear away. Repeno:re "f fCOMEDYS
ct; r- wc.- no iS- 45- I''- a- b ." 55 'S .S 00- (5 ":: co: ( co: a J ," AND '
: I 1 was afraid cookin' wouldn'tsuit DRAMAS
ft from no ODe knows what kind of miserable my -

.,fr 1 L MAYES, p.lde'nt'and General. Manage Governor Broward, :believing* that :The governor is* simply carrying place"- ,", she sighed. ever seen here

wwr Wr he cannot get a proper hearing by submitting out the proviSions the, law and is Terry drew back in astonishmentJack It took all Terry's wiles and Jack's Monday Night

his side of the, drainage case doing it in the most business-like made haste to explain.the young blandishments .to restore her cheerful
to the papers which have shown such, and direct .way. I lady's true standing In society.Cousin ness. The Light House Robbery i

$t i I-1nnrlrl..!---u-u-- 1St1flfl51t ..rl.155rrLrLrLr.r trLr nr funnr1flrr 1.fttfl4t rancor in discussin'g the drainage The funds to be used are ..eltharthose Martha's confusion was pitia- "The fun isn't ovet," Jack confidedto PRICES-10, 20, 30 cents.
proposition, has issued letterto raised 'specifically for the purpose her
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. an open ble. She.apologized profusely. Terry.U'By long gray l.eard Ladies free .
; the people of Florida, which gives or are to be those which are to .She her on the plea of 'and glittering eye,' I mistrust Betsy Monday night A: -- .
One Year.......,....<....$5 00 Ono Month..,..... .......... *5 in the clearest possible manner the be raised from a slight tax on those made. escape Ann i is already meditating' !" paid 30 cent ticket.

*; Six Months. .............. 2 50 One Week................. 10 reasons for undertaking the great 'im lands to be directly benefttted by the S "Jack, use moral suasion supper read the Seats now on Saie

Three Months ..... ........ 125 Weekly Edition. per year.l( provement.This drainage.The threaten ;
( riot act; ,her with the powersof :
k S __ letter is being sent out to the governor shows most coac'u- the ]law""I'll -=
voters of the state and will ,have the sively that the' scheme is entirely
.. The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed tell ber'we'll ask for something PRESS JH&BUTTON
effect of keeping the people's mind practicably and that It nas endorsement "

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.' clear on a subject that is being stu of some of the .nost eminent when we're hungry.
"I must offer' to help with the
scientists. :
diously misstated: and obscured by engineers and
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.r the papers which .nave declared their He shows, that the vast territory dishes Terry followed him.

hostility to the governor' 'the involved Is peculiarly adapted to Betsy Ann scorned the offer. "It 11
Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains and ii"VLL
: \ I drainage of the 'Everglades.It the growing of sugar can, one of do me heaps more good to have you

tt4 Government. Phone 38. _ and at all News Stands. is too long >a document to repro- the most valuable produ, :s known to chiMreJl settin In. there talkin' nice ,

: r 5-. -IJutw'wv'1 -JJS JI. duce in full, although 'the Evening Record the country. He shows that nowhere and loverlike." I t

1- PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING; APRIL 6. 1906m would be glad so if it cou1 else In the whole country can such Terry,retreated hastily. Jack lingered !

: t4 The governor makes some very Interesting another body, of land: be gotten to- to ask if he might smoke just on;
and telling .points In favorof gether for the production of the sugar cig r. f

National Quarantine Law bile's county physician.. ,upon the the prosecution of the' scheme. cane, and proves that the coun- Betsy Ann decided he might, Miss! :/

treatment of Mobile county convictsat One of the first is that,when he Was try as a whole pays out more every Hannah being miles away. There '
Not Yet Settled! the Flat Top mines-ehows' up a a candidate for the governorship he year for sugar than it realizes In be time to get the place aired out before

r41 : Last Tuesday the house of representatives conditions of affairs there. that are a announced his platform on this!: great 'money for all its exports of wheat, she got back. tS'
disgrace to the state. That .condi
: .
; question and was elected on the proposItion wheat flour, naval stores and beef
tions'were The dark came on early. ;Jack kept
r1 passed a national quarantine as diabolical at the time that he would do what he put together.A ..

blll'but it was not the one which it of'an official visit what must they could to reclaim the lands belongingto half a. million acres _of the land the great fire at a red glow, scouting The 51J1plclt-51UeSt-satat: _
when official is there to observe Betsy Ann's offer of a lamp.'Haen't Htaiiert tad
be no eoly Perfect ItIT I !
j-J had received: from the senate and con the people and which included is proposed to be' drained, so the governor Sjlfliag! Pea. NggluifiBer I i
them. There S'hould' te some it been jolly he asked."Aren't .
sequently the matter will now have to that vast tract known as the Ever- proves, would supply the demand -100 iak to ifffl-co dornnr '
to remedy such conditions as Dr. u-i1
way glades. of the country for sugar so far you glad you came or linking.
be referred back to the senate for action -Ward reports and' in a way that "
"Yes, Terry said slowly. "You You limply the button
He claims and quotes a decision as to stop all further importation.'l'hemind prat (u
k1 there. The house bill, summarized -would remedy bring by criminal punishment prosecution.with The the lof the supreme court of this statein can, hardly: conceive of the value couldn't have planned a nicer Thanksgiving la the picture ia I)"tasll.Iud tie,. pea fills

JWYt is as follows: fact, that a .man is a'. criminal givesno support- his claim, that it is the _of the lands for' this"one purpose ." Writes the icctant it
FIrst-It authorizes the secretary of justification for a state or a duty of the trustees ,of the internal .only. _"Suppose you let me try"- He dre* louche thc paper
improvement fund to 'make such arrangements And yet there are those who poseas his chair nearer "Terry, you shan't
'i: the treasury throu'gh the marine hospital -county treating him as a brut The '
;: and public health service, to est state Is supposed to imprison her for the drainage of ths enterprising and loyal citizens of put me off any longer." Eagle50Fl J
criminals, not only for the protection swamp and overflowed lands of the the' state who 'would obstruct Ifcs] Terry! sat quite still In the dim fire -

; 4 tablish a uniform and efllcient quarantine -of society, but also for their moral state as shall be most'advantageous.OU great enterprise.SSiK&aHK HIVE TO Trrmg: : A BIG." light her face did not look very forbid- h I
; f j along our seacoast, and. -
improvement, but accoralng to Dr. ding.
thereby prevent the importation of Ward's report the Flat Top mines is seeing about .supper, in "feality icfget Betsy A.nn. coming Into the next pea poiat witn-14 6nect kantjaiM'Vb.-uzed told! !

;j 'ellow fever into the country. a school of crime, where the young **' -m *' *!fI Betsy Ann's opinion of these queer act. foam softly and catching the low. de"scpposg rubber asd fialy gwuutEqIo .
instead of be fitted ing"city folks. '
are corrupted "Ftaah"N
Second-It appropriates $500,000 for I I .. ,
1Mr in ,comparison: with. ,which other The Journal's Daily Short Story Betsy Ann admitted that In her day "ftEaaI '
i- reventing the Importation of yellow I
schools of the'kind must be sought young people didn't go careering round Jr&iio $3.00 !t1

f : fever, and for the further purpose, In, in the forbidden quarters of densely the country like wild.. But she guessed itkoULaad.$4.GObSzcn: I

rE: co-operation with the state and municipal 'populated cities. It ;-would be better there wasn't any harm In 'em. She'd Scid. -

-t4 j health authorities, of eradicatIng -'' for Mobile the that good her name county of the convicts county be of I i A Runaway Thanksgiving i go bond for Master Jack, and the gal All TOUfc and Other KALES.Stop Ube tl '

..kl It, should" it be imported; In preventing -, kept. at hctma .and worked upon the was a cousin of his. doesn't .el you tie Eajta"FLASH" ) .

f1 its spread from state to state, public ,roads even with the cash expenditures ,BY EMILIA ELLIOTT After supper Terry was summonedto tae Will Fountain price Peflstksnlead direct to !!
which with such a a consultation in the kitchen from a*. Each pea abselauiT: gnuauteed. -
ic4r{ and of destroying its cause wherever of convict labor go than for system the i Copyright,.1903,. by Charles N. Lurie. which Jack was rigorously 'excluded.She ; I

same may be found. came back after awhile laughing. EagePentflCojI2fwthctira! I
I county to eke out a few dollars .of iHct -$ X Hi -" i :
iiy Third-It makes unlawful for any, profit through hiring them out '.o "I'm fairly worn out" she told Jack,

bne to Interfere with common carriers live under such conditions vhich Dr are going ;up for the 'Ful. Jack's rigorususe( of the front doorknocker "with trying to conceal my IgnoranceIn 3 1/ '.New York i 4

.1 In the transportation 'freight or Ward founa' at the Flat Top, mines. "y. ler house partyrJack asked. was without result. He tried matters culinary." <:>
Sacrificing public morality for the Terry nodded. ."And you?" the side d ori with no better success. Thanksgiving morning Terry awoketo
passengers between the : saving of a few dollars is< a costly "I go where jou go, my lady." Then he tried the back door. find the world white with snow, her '.5

.- r It is said that the thIrd.clause will' and corrupting cqnomic :policy. Terry sighed. "There'll be .the same Three minutes later the side, door window' panes frosted, the water In -

rJ meet with opposition' in 'the senate It Is just such developments as crowd,the same old round., ;Jack, did was thrown open from the Inside, and her picture a solid'cake of ice. She Political Announcements.

-*, ;fr and 'a struggle Is expected, Senator have been shown in this case that you ever have a: real true Thanksgiving Jack stood smiling triumphantly on* nestled down in the unaccustomed I

rf 9 Mallory being unalterably opposed to will sooner or later lead to the abolition -the kind one',reads !about?' the threshold. feather bed trying to screw her courage RATES.
"I reckon I just did the the Terry followed him Into the low The rates for ," '
t It of the whole convict lease sys ; year up'to make the plunge and longing political anno.n \
: : folks were in Europe and I,was. sent to square sitting'room, sinking with a,cry sadly ,for Marie and all the pleasant ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to : :' ;
It seems to The Journal that the tem. There only a few. states In ;
k1 are Aunt Hannah's., Thought I'd'struck pleasure. Into the.big cushioned rocker familiar comforts of her ordinary life. till the primary of May 15, are 3b 1 iw'

11 third clause is a perfectly reasonable the ':union where It exists and1 the an' earthly paradise;for orice- >'Jack, "where. la Aunt Hannth7"fnfortunat ; There was a knock at the door, a fine, lows:

c-u one and the bill is better with it than cnly plea in, support of It anywhereis "Tell me about It"please." Terry for I all parties. my resounding knock and Betsy 'Ann en- The Daily Journal. .. . . .$10 ""

,lt would be without it. However if that U. is profitable to the'state. leaned forward. It was not often nowadays esteemed relative is home; went tered. "I've brought you some hot The Weekly Journal. . . .. ii"t" ''J

!we cannot get the.bill any other way, But we have grave doubts as to the ,that her eyes betrayed' asmuch, away Tuesday most unexpectedly: before water," she said, feeling herself un-

;it will etili; be better than nothing correctness even of that contention,! interest in what Jack had. to say. He my telegram got here. That remarkable commonly thoughtfuL "It's most half These rates are stntih cash in advance -

1 $ *p even! with that clause eliminated. and when it comes to a matter of made the most. of_' the opportunity, specimen of the antique,her after 7, and the-eassiges wait! ter befried and no announcement other will:! 'n-
inserted under con
dwelling long on the simple, old fashioned b'In ." or run all)
M'Jtt' morals and "of public duty to the un-. handmaid the venerable Betsy Ann, ditions.
observances t 1 t'had served to charge." Terry found Jack walking aimlessly
fcrtunate class"of whom
people over
make :that day.stand out still la his / .... YOU. LITMEThY.
The : Terry looked about her regretfully."Ifa .' about the sitting room. -- ---- ------
Disgraceful Conditionff& the state must thus assume contro. tfrmined. tones, nodded, and was'well Justice of Peace, 2nd District.I .
memory. '
too-bad'jou paid the man off .before "Good mornIng she said. "You
in the Alabama Convict C nip.' thexe can .be. no\ question regarding. Terry drew a long'breath' he fin you:t unt!allthir out" don't look. quite happy somehow." satisfied. ..
the absolute pernioiousness of the ished. "You've described it Perfectly.Thevtlr"TIlankSit'ving Friday afternoon the truants reached hereby announce my candid' :
Jack buttoQ&L'lrte; coat and took "Jove Ifs cold! he said after returning
The disgraceful condition of affairs up the Fullers'. A laughing crowd gather for the office of Justice of the PIMC: '
entire system. Tye been wantIng -
his hat Til-be back In half an hour. her greeting.
which ed about .themin, the- entrance for the Second District of Escamh'aCounty <
1:3: ( has developed at the Flat Top all my life. great
Terry. You,won' lonesome. Betsy "AxcadlaIias.. its limitations, Terry subject to the Demom1:.:
?-t*H i nines convict camp In Alabama, as Jack was wat I1fnJ>y't5e,entrance Ann Trill be In. presently." laughed..' hall."Left'. Primary to be held May loih. 1 10.I} ..

pr} ,' ( commented on is yesterday's. Journal, Women and to the depot when Terry and'her maid "Whsfe.ace you going Terry Inter But they both brought .wonderfulnew behind" snow ound. You ha A C. L SHINE:

is being, roundly condemned by the appeared on WedDesd. l.' ,His air of rupted. "tcwe cant.stay here." appetites to that country breakfast had a time, their hostess said sympa.

F ic Oiewspapers of Mobile. The Register Want, Advertising.. unconcern la,nowise dec ved Terry. "I nfeve heard asserted, chiefly In of sausages and buckwheat cakes tbeti lIy. .J
checks "Never had such a time before In For Tax Collector.I .
He took her and hurried off to my
*n 7; says) : Want, Advertising knack has become my younger days,,that there is no such with homemade sirup. "
life Jack vowed his seek
about tickets ; gTerry's.
see : Cousin Martha did not Her
.j Dr. Ward's report upon the situation an essential part of good house- word as 'can't, Jack remarked. "I appear. hereoy announce myself a can-:
As the train .
Ti drew, slowly out of the will cold was worse. Perhaps she'd get .
of Mobile county convicts at procure a substitute for Aunt up date for re-election to the office .
keeping. Women 'are writing the ma- station Jack said exultingly "Off for "Were .th'ere. many there?' a girt
Flat Top mine in Jefferson county, Hannah'in the'person of Cousin Mar later and perhaps she wouldn't. Tax Collector for Escambia count. .
iAi snakes humanity blush. The systemis jority.-of the, little ads'now das. our Thanksgiving! tha." Betsy Ann reported her to be only asked at the primary to be held on Ma) U

at fault. What right have we to Only a woman who Is a "gooa Toward late' In 'tb*, afternoon the He berried laughingly away. Terry '"middlla bad. Marthy Clow al'ays did "Not what you might call a crowd." 1906. I solicit your \ote.

4t-t1t punish convicts in that manner Is train pulled up before a little country: 'watched him from the window with give up powerful easy. No need to "How came you to get left? Respectfully,

t :tri: that not. cruel and unsual punishment (!xec t1ve" Is a "successful wife." station. troubled eyes.: worry 'bout her." "Stepped off to look around and J. S. ROBERTS

: that is forbidden by the constitution A woman may 'be a "good wife" Jack started from'hiS place. "Come It had aIr been so sudden, 80 confuSing With Cousin Martha out of the running n"Jack waved his hands express

? True, it is not so very unusual Inplf out on the platfoth'cn'tybti, Terry? like one of those madcap adventures Terry found her services In demand. ively. At the solicitation of friends I I"-r: "-
4w because it is the practice in S be use,1ie is a good woman; I-want to show yo :something." of the old days. It would have Even Jack was allowed to "Jack," Terry said, finding him alone by announce myself a cand:,! >:, III'

this. state as far as relates to county but she is not-a-"successful"wife unless Jack pointed to a 'road on the other been wild enough if Aunt Hannah had crack nuts and polish apples. later, "after all, I didn't see Aunt Han the office of Tax Collector sui'f"1 'I)
r4? (convicts, but it ought to be unusualfor side of the track.' "Three miles in that nab" the action of the Democratic I 1':1..Ir.: :
she is a good managerunlessshe been home. Still there was no special The big kitchen was a busy spot that
; it. lg cruel, an .
direction and-you come to Aunt Han play May 13.: 1906.NEILS
morning Terry, enveloped In a big
harm in it and the prospect of much
k4rj spirit; In which punishment Is adjudged. ha "executive knack"-the ability nah' ." left out," Ja murmured. McKENZIE OERTIN'G!:
n-S enjoyment It was out of the rut, decidedly blue checked apron, developed a real .
.to. .do tMngs in. the easiest and Jack sprang' down 'from the car. so. Cousin Martha would look knack at things,. according to Betsy That was last Thanksgiving. This -::.-==
ii Moreover it is
punishment pure best "Let's! run across to the other side and year they are going to carry out Jack's For County Treasurer. _
land simple, and has not in it the way; the ability to reduce home- after them. Bit by bit the doubt van Ann.
ii 'slightest reformation element. Very annoyances to their lowest terms; to take a look"at things.." ished from1 the"girl's eyes, crowded out ?It Td only known," Betsy Ann Ideas for that eyen better day. It will I will be a candidate in the A,.:=.-

&;* many men are, criminals by accident: "keep things rUnnlng"-1lOt Taken by surprise, Terry consented. altogether with the laughter filling ,m urned. "But I never dreamed o* be a dinner& deux, andan old fash cratic, primary of :May 15 for v D("' '.

1 or by environment; seldom by merelyas Five minutes later-Terry started asa them, by the time she turned to 'greet folks comin. Me and ;Jim wouldn't 've toned one at'that: nation to the office of county trt4U,'

choice.: It would seem to be our smoothly] a-s her husband does in whistle sfunded some distance. beyond Betsy; Ann "wanted a big set-out Turkey and pie er. The support of all democrat 1

: l -j4s : 'duty to ourselves to create a better his office, but a great deal more so. them Betsy Ann stood in need of considerable would 've done for us. But a puddin' "HOOKS" HIS PLUNDER. be appreciated.

environment and try to rescue the She must"manage; her home so .wellthat "Jack, &re forgetting all-abont--the I reassurance. The credit of the (/' some tort you shall "nave, Master j. ED. WILLIAMS'.
unfortunates. Work In the fields oren train." The War the Sneak Thief
no one would suspect that itWas'mana.ged house was at'stake, and she felt her Jack. And we'll ecare a fair dinner la Mexico ."
the roa ls would be better for "No, we're not," Jack anSwered as Pile* Hii Trade.In I hereby announce myself a <*3'!'
at all powers unequal to the crisis. even 'tis on short notice.
L: these men. both morally and physically he followed her back 'to.the track, deserted Mexico the sneak thief has his date for the office of County Tr <-
Non9 of vthe Colleges for Women Having in some measure conquered Terry- laid the table, going Into raptures :.'
would D-
tLh: aDd industrial training S business the action of he
$ ; now as the road itself "It lefta down to a science. The favored urer, subject to
r-4t better still. teach the art of writing "want Betsy Ann's misgivings, Terry sighedfor over Aunt Hanriah's dinner set
; % fce ads, moment after* we got off I was manner of stealing is from the ocratic Primary.
Marie She wantedto of old blue canton. There
and her boxes. were no
i1- It should be the duty of the state WR1GHTW
Caul.'ef It has become an _essential afraid you'd hear It? houses. Most of the buildings are but THOS. F. '
and county to turn out a better man .slip offher heavy tailor made for flowers for the centerpiece but she
part of woman's education. "When Is the next ?' ( one story high and the doors
fTI1Ati than they take in; to teach the a train one of her pretty house gowns. "I do piled high the rosy apples with the are kept For County Tax Assesscr. _
ThL1Tl1c1ou( and criminal that there Is None of the magazines for women "Eleven tonight However, It does, wish I had my things' she said. oranges Jack sent;to the village for. closed and locked. The windows are
virtue in honest occupation. Wetfli print '"How to Get not concern us In the leastWe ,are Cousin : as large as the doors and extend to the wr.Jm.ra'
ffl an papers on a New Betsy Ann, anxious to return kind Martha says she'll 'try to. I will be a candidate for
!recall that it was saW of the administration -Cook going to spend Thanksgiving Aunt to "' floor. To ephe' thieyes out of the Td t\ :*""""
; or "How to Convert the Old ness for kindness, beckoned xnysteri get: up dinner, Terry Cold Jack tion to the office of County
: of the that Hannah's. I wired "her to house they are protected with of :MaY
'itl1i Belize prison Side-Board into Money Trough Adyrt5flgD yesterday' ously. about noon. heavy sor, in the Democratic Prinwr:
int cq many a man dates his beginning of expect os this afternoon. I don't understand Jack glanced at the table laid iron bars, but the Mexican sneak thief 15. I respectfully ask your S.ipprt.
and yet these things ;Jack's.half hour lengthened into two. cozily .
area I .
an useful career \d good citizenship why the'carriage Isn't wait sipping for two. "She must do nothing of the has found a way to overcome this dif W. W R': -j.\t1)}! }
1.f14: from the day of his entry into that vital partoZ good home-manage ing." Jack said.. "We31 have to hire Cousin Martha, a quiet cup of I ficulty.
sort, said. "Tell her I forbid her --
tea In her little sitting room, was so -
It jail; for there ha learned to read and m .nt. a rig. Go In bythestoveTerry, andI'll such risk." Because of the lowness of the win-
; how to hands in surprised byfbe sudden appearance of taking a '
write and use his
Nore than half of the ""want aafc. have one here directly-" Jack's dictum dow he can look Into the room and"spur Good Temper.
carried weight the
that a gentleman on the scene that 'ontent'
tndustrlal work. It does appear young
When Jack } backshe Good Is the mo-t (
came ) met his the articles he wishes. Then he temper
of hinder are written: by /women; and are aim- it was before she able more as coincided with Cousin Martha's '
M4 ?wrf-, ;who enjoy the blessings some time was '..f the s<": ;
smiling -All rii1i with the reply that waits until the of the the most comfortable, stu-e
own views. occupant roomIs
civilization are remiss when we1ri' ed to smooth out the roujjb places in to grasp his errand, longer yet before ,nth for tb' -*
fail to take hold of this problem and : In her estimation' It was all. wrong. Dinner was at 2. Just before In some other part of the house.. A ,the greatest happiness <
home making; lose the little vexations she could come to a definite conclusIon. those) w:,>
She meant to wait here at the station bamboo pole about aa long who possess it and nr
solve It intelligently. Into the as a fishing
She Jack came sitting room. Quaint and .
wouldntt.1ike to disappoint ; *
and worries of the. day; to for the next doVn train to the rod is to feel its influence. With gentlenehis .;
city. which is
411 The first step should be to take but she hadn't calculated on going vis-. charming as she had been In the plum produced attached h -
iqJr4 thet convicts out of the mines and the "old things from accumulating, Terry,** Jack said ;In, the- tone of iting. She had, a cold and headachysort colored cashmere, she was a still daintier a piece of string with ,a fish hook'OD own character, comfort in his '
from under the control of private the domestic machinery from getting quiet command: she cad, not beard figure stately black brocade the end. and good temper in his wife the (01- -
of Who was it he'd
parties entirely; and put them to rusty.The since they. were boy'aDd irirl'together, feeling.: got and soft old lace. The thief, by practice' can cast the ly felicity of man is complete,-Ac'*
wia him
? ,
1q)4) 'WOrk at healthy and improving occu- ; Want Ad. Way'' lead to "you and I are going to Aunt Han "Some ,one anyway who's never had a real Jack could not keep his eyes off her hook so that It will ea'tch on almost any

1iki pations. There is no reason whY thrift too. nah's. I'll send a, message. to Mrs. Jolly Thanksgiving," Jack said mischievously. as he offered his arm to take her out article In the room,.no-matter how far The Amwer. C1I
these should not be made bread
occupations Fuller quieting her fears it be the "Why should we cast onr j
; .Friday we'll may from window.
gainful as far as the state and the The woman who has learned the to dinner. sc hllthe
there. It Is waters? asked
go on drawn forward and
; ii county are concerned; but we
i1f :want to coin the tears of met into Column"' makes her little ads. "pay"proportionately Terry glanced ,beyond,him to where' poor citywait whom lack had pickedup served In a tureen so capacious that bars. teacher. fer t'r'in' ;
the man waited to drive them In this mannerTartfc'les "Becuz dey'll arrest youse
Judas' silver hidden behind are taken off
jnonsy. thirty pieces of out of charity. The Harveys were Terry was quite It, muchto '''
as well as the big down the road to the : In de street." was the kn
would be considered honorable In leading 'Aunt Han all charitable, but in the men folks, It Jack's disgustHis bureauor table, rugs snatched scraps
t-t comparison to what tha county gains page ad. pays the merchant nah's glanced and -wavered. frequently took the form of impul turn of eclipse came with the en- from the floor and bedclothes from Ing response of little Mickey Flynt-{

by working convicts at Tlat Top. She hag learned that ,by advertising "It was' outrageously presumptuous siven s. S ti-ancft of the turkey. a fine. brown the bed: Clothing left on chairs or LouIsville Courier.J ournal.

ti/ The Mobile Item, In addition to for a music teacher for her littlegirl of you, Jack abe said as'"he settled "Well, I'U.have. to oblige you," she coated fellow with a generous spray of .hanging the wall Is easily removed.

scoring the officials for perm'tVoigIsuch : she can not merely fina' the right fhe buffalo robes snug'l.T.a'bon her., said and went nervously off to maher ke" green parsley. on his breast The thfeves
a blot on common decency, one, but xan secure the right rate; It didn't take'lorig"' to; cover those preparations. .. Jack's face as he surveyed the' creature occupants are ,out of the room .In all The principle of the hinge animal is S : :

1i condemns-' the convict lease system as that by haring a dozen applicants three"miles. "Ira'a.p1e. sa- t looking' A cheerful light shone out from Aunt and realized he was expected to cases. Theje have,been; cases where almost every joint Is in without the a bt k.-:!!:,
place Terry said whenthey"stopped men and women wbo were dom. So animal
too much for undressing
it Terry's
the was
two carve
as rode
for the sitting room I1Uilt.
follows; place: of gardener she can In itoiy.
before a rambling. farmhouse, ; "but gravity. In their rooms have lost clothing while joint somewhere e? other

-: : .II ;,. !Jhe report.- Dr. W. G. Ward,"Mo- "pick and: ,choose" and. make rea, how shut up!PL> .. J up: 8OW.lti"bfcRh\the bleak! twilight!!-:- --There---5T was- 4 e storm'had-Inne .sed since mopI' _their backs were turned" to the window. .r ,



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PEOPLE and. EVENTSSeen fC 1, I ..,.-.. I -o .I' [F BONIFAY 1t : B A B Y p. S. V Is itno sweet the' happiness joy the of picture the can household of:be mother complete., for and without babe How I IAngels

smile at and commend the

al thoughts and aspirations of the mother

Heard and Done Among Those Who GOt Come and -i Special to The Journal. V 0 I C' E bending over the cradle. The>ordeal through

'' Bonifay April Sheriff H. E. Hick. which the expectant mother must pass, how

i ? &_ :=_==_ man came in from Westville Monday ever,is so full of danger and suffering that she

Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. Ii GAR- .: with a prisoner who is charged with looks forward to the hour when she shall feel

;; L1IpI'l -stealing'some money. the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear.
II Terrill Creel is erecting a \
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By I. NELLIE:BECK. Telephone '669. | V V : ;_4c1l %* nice building 'on the hill. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child-
V X I 'f'IOUR ': The county commissioners met In birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's\ Friend a scientific

1; 4s, .._' regular session Monday. liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliable allthe
The county school board met Mon. parts, and assists nature in

I -THE BELLES MERRY OF MILITARY LEAVENWORTH.. The'Jourja/'s Daily Fashion Feature day.F.Brownell\. Bullock Bud, Murdock Sutton Cooey and ,several John its thousands sublime work.of women By its have aid M' 0 T H E R S

In these it days is refreshing of restricted to learn clalconvent.on THE SECRETOF others were over Monday from the passed this great crisis in perfect '
some folks are having a. jolly A SUCCESSFUL GROCERYIs west side of the river.R. .safety and without pain.

that:ood time and don't care who knows in keeping just what 'the' Dsvane is near Dougass' ferry Sold at $i.oo per bottle by druggists. Our bookof

t as win be ooalized from the account public demands. We under- attending down there.W. to. his turpentine interest priceless value to all women sent free. Address F H I E N D
social affair which
of a / stand the public's wants no mat-
; 'A\ .
tppeared in the current number of .-:. .14 &'?i ter what you buy. here yoU'may T Bludworth went to Milton BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Om

the Army and Navy Journal, as follows S !' be assured of the quality. one day last week on legal business. .
: ',. The Sessons-Whidding mill in South .
On Saturday evening, March 17, ? I ( I MARACHINO CHERRIES Bonifay is turning out some nice ,lum i
while the officers of the school were JU-f11l:: ber.Charlie Easter NoveltiesGet

giving the banquet to Gen. X Franklin 7 Nice large red, sweet and Cotton, from Ponce DeLeon
; Bell Mrs. Charles Craw? f .) juicy Cherries put Up in mara- who Is in the race for county treas-
in three urer was In Bonifay Monday.The Easter dyes rabbits chicks here. A beautiful assort-
Sord wife of Captain Charles chino and syrup sizesof
'q'Y ment. Easter cards and books in
drummers are plentiful here great profusion.
Crawford:: : gave a. consolation banquetto bottles.

all the wives of the students aad HALF PINTS.. .. ',_ .. ,.25c now.The

destructors thoroughly originar whichwas_ affair.. I and.a most also PINTS. ..... '.. ... .50c better Bonifay since! the of Cox paint hotel brush looks was much ap-' (Joe's Bookstore.'Phone .

one to be long J'I memberd.On QUARTS.... .. V.... .. ..750ROSEN plied artistically to it. 235. 213 South Palafox Street Pensacola
arriving"the guests were directed Mr. Buckinst froni Pensacola, has !
the third floor. which they moved: here. _j4 _
to Hon. J. A. 'J, ...... .
ifound handsomely decorated for the II Hathaway the big --------- ------
occasion. On one wall were placed +-r---r- ij fl judge, left here for Pensacola Mon- $", + +49 ." "

the replies in rhyme which had been \\ I iri ----- l day night. *
received in. response Mrs. .Craw 'V p ( I HU&GERELDS, I .S. B. Gavin, an old resident from r ;; ;

ford's clever lines of invitation print. the country was in Bonifay Monday. I Are Many Women Who GetMore *

ed on shamrock-strewn paper. :Much The Fancy Grocers 1, D. J. Paul who is in the race for
wit find ingenuity were displayed in representatives from this county is
the replies. After having seen these now behind the counter in Brock &

and other decorations the guests Phone 391. Pensacola. Whitaker's store with his usual politeness I Personal Enjoyment
were seated! at the card tables where I

the game of "Slippery Ann" was ::1 Hon..Daniej A. Simmons of the law
played tha twelve ladies winning thehighest t. firm of Butler & Slmnimons of Chip- out of the things that beautify decorate and add coal-
scores *elng given chancesto / ley was in Bonifay
Monday. i
forts to the home than they do of the things for :
out mere
draw some snapping mottoes -......_... ".. .'. $ Hon. Buell Cook, one of Chipley's
which were enjoyed later on the \ 0'f 'iI legal lights was in Bonifay one day : personal enjoyment. Handsome furniture in the home :
floor. PIANOS AND ORGANS. 'I last week.
CASH OR EASY TERMS. $ : is a source of unending pleasure and comfort. By our :
Th& Blarny stone) was. so placed .:",'7 William Howell a merchant of Vernon .
that 1t could be reached only by one's = .. ; VV '. All Piano Work Guaranteed. .it was in town yesterday.'DON'T : Buy now Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture +
held over the stair railing by a : T1F9. 1 :. ;. CLUTTER & RUSHING,
lelng- :
'pay for while it
.# 12EASTGOVERNMENTSTS and it using .
stout strap I:O twelve plucky volun- 1q.-: :: V PUT OFF

teers, were hung over, into .space inuccessioi. 1-* PHONE 476. ?I for tomorrow what you can do today. .i Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 to.. .. .. .. .$65.00 :.
As a reward they were, .. .: If you put off!: buying a bottle of Bal- Bedroom Suits, finest Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125
"Jack Hor-
allowed to draw from the ". -_.- lard's Snow Liniment, when that pain i
ner" pie containing Saint Patrick fa- .- -- _..-- comes won't have Odd Dressers from $9.00 to $25.00; Chairs 75 cents to.. .. .. ..45.00'V
V you any buy a bot: 'V
,ors .' -'>' of this city but now of Birmingham.Ala. tie today. A positive cure for Rheumatism i :

Supper was then served fo the for ;" .,, is in town, recalled .by the serious ..Burns Cuts, Sprains Contracted
ty-nine guests at three round tables V i illness of his"father Mr. ThomasJ.
Mucles, etc. T. S. Graham,
en the first floor. Upon the gorgeously :, R"V Childerson.
V Prairie Grove, Ark., writes:
embroidered Canton linen ; / : Miss: Cecil Cmlderson has also returned "I wish to thank you for the good I MARS-TON & QUIN i

tablecloths: were the decorations all r ._ t, : : -- from her visit in Clearwater, results I received from Snow Liniment !- ,

in green and yellow, the center- V : ...- :,.r. .. Fla., to be with 'her father, whose It positively cured me of Rheu- I
,.. "C ... ,
being of yellow tulips. Around (( : :: c : .: ; :
pieces ;; .- '.. :.'. condition is discouraging. matism after others had failed. Sold 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fia,
intervals surmounted ; .
these at were oranges
., -+- V by all. druggists. !
: by- green snakes green j. :.\.. .:: DAUGHTERS V OF THE KING ....... ......t.........................................!.....
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frogs being also a feature of the -
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decorations. The menu card in the :; Baughtersvof the King will .. _,..,... .
; : _. C'. V greatly improved In both ] ?" = -Jft
form of a green shamrock with a : '- in choir room of Christchurch
meet the
V Q when
and convenience |
tiny day pipe attached was a very P' ,' V ; ". this afternoon at i o'clock. .
attractive feature ,at achv cover. V TUCKS AS A TRIMMiNG.V 4 ments now under; headway, : are- Dirt

The toastmlstress, "Major" Crawford Graduated widths of.fucks Richelieu pleating in-the saine shaleas "Mrs. Joseph! .Karle. andj daughter I pleted. !
introduced .the martyr wife of a above a] the I Few fish have been caught the
Marieof Indianapolis/.Ind.,
deep hem the lower 'the poplin. The sleeve is a full week account of bad weather Some laundries not oIl V
student officer ..Major"Iargaret G. form : part of the; guests of Mrs. George W.. Johnston Soeclal to The Journal. on ;
Conger .whose wall regarding the full-gathered skirt of this: puff of the poplin banded'with lace 'St. Andrews tha last few days have been more wash the dirt out of a
pretty party with Richelieu edged on Lakeyiew avenue. ; April 5.-Mls's: Minnie j
and finished a but
woes and disappointments of the wife frock of : .silk The I V Carmack, of Illinois who will be pleasantly couraging.Mr. shirt prptty nearly
a pale gNen .poplin. The touch of 'black velvet ;
poplin Mallock of New York, who 'Wash the life out oi
of student officer whenever he may very
.Mr, (Joseph c: Spohr ot.theVBell. rem mbered! been
tucks .as haying a
full blouse' ( season's
hasthreeInch; running feature of the new V the We
have had the awful misfortune to a T Co., Indianapolis. Ind., is visitIn' St" Andrews' a regular visitor here during use an abundanceof
tenth received withenthusiastic around the., >odyK backhand front.and'about frocks, Is here found in the. soft crushed .: .' elp one l eight years ter months left for home last '
lose was :
; a. MifTnd :Mrs. is here
visiting hlsrelatfjfes; ago now, a guest oOIrs. JohnT.
the-round Dutch heck is belt., yoke and linder-
shouts by her companions seta Separate )L omaro Mrs. Florence Nichols of Lee
W. Johnston on .Gnattney.
In misery. The toast was yoke or cpllarempiecement of white I I sleeves may be worn for less' formalwear l George V : V "Miss"Francis MorrIs. Va., who 'has 'been visiting her Water
avenue. of New Haven
Irish crocheLiace.edsdwtha! ,: green .. V H. Brown outgoing
"To the martyrs of a military education. Conn.,. who _has been visiting Mist Mr. J. was an
." The next speaker, "'Major" V iMrs Arthur Jonts and baby daughter Margaret Sheppard for several weeks senger on Friday's trip of the SoapLet

FrancIs: A. -Tebbetts an ex-martyr,, mistress! Ihe occasion, and I Johnson Wleser Riggs, Price and are visiting "drs. her husband being in this year's Staff, something ;neyr Jand enjoyable came! Bussche. 213 'North Barcelona. .[; ..and Mrs. W. G.::Mitchell are at- Messrs. Chapman and wife us call for your wash.

Class, responded to the toast "Our out each time. a.ioi. :"- Stella Ful- Among the many entertainmentsgiven V V !V ... *. ;,',. tending Presbytery ;Chipley this and family of Michigan who
Husbands, God Bless Them. These I som Steele; responded tQ --"Wine Man at \Fort Leave worth Kaa., The ; s.Cub Euchre Wed- week. spent several months here
two toasts being so extremely and Song." Ttia' only regrettable complimentary to Mrs. J'. Franklin nesday night. was very'enjoyable.. Messrs.: L. M.V Ware and Raymond the Florida climate left for ; Star Steam

Clever and witty the guests beganto ,, part to this V\ioast..wai that the men Bell, before her departure for'.Wash- Mrs. .Newman won the' handsome Sheppard left for Pensacola and pointsin homes on Friday's Tarpon.Mr. .
:wonder- what the next three speak- were not there,tb hear it. "La Gen- ington one of the most charming ''Prizei- :nice rocking 'chair. After Louisiana on Monday night in the Oscar Sheppard left a few Laundry. might find! to say, but they were! erala" was tobst gracefully.toasted by and artistic was' a saint' Patrick th.e eucnre the dance to 'good music: :! newly bu'.lt launch of Mr. L. M. Ware a'so for Pensacola and other )&
in no wise disappointed for each succeeding -: "Ootonel" Henrietta: Wilson. Bough- luncheon given by :Mrs. Paul Beck, fn continued till midnight-. usual. which.was .launched 1 last week. after spending a few months at arden St. 0-Phone 114.
toast seemed to make its, of all honor of Mrs. Bell Miss Frances .
ton, who voioatf.tbe sentiment, and Mr. C. E. Brackin has sold his beau- ,,
-- in extolling the endearing qualitiesof Allison of St. Louis on March 24" ..Amongthe- numerous ladies who tiful launch "Clara" to Mr. Walter Counterfeiting the Genuine. !!

.:. ff--_ "'iIt's La Generala.-wh for Washington; touch to the regret bare save for the exquisitely embroidered -. llesure to improving their' minds are built for his own use. Honey and Tar as a throat and

of the garrison/ V Canton lin&n doylies. the Mrs. M. E. Batts and her class in the Dr.,1:S. B. Alexander, : of Marlanna remedy, and on account of the
Then .th "last1 Word- was given centerpieces being a mmature "Blar science of whist,, which they have who has"been: merit and popularity of Foley's
I doing dental
Gen ral"J Sally Buford ney" stone surrounded by American of their best i work in
br "Major found a study worthy" our midst, left and Tar many imitations are
Bell who said that she "had hal the Beauties, masquerading as rosjs mental effort. as *a scientific eft! rt I i The on Monday afternoon. for the genuine. These Chase'V
last :word ". ham '"from childhood." Klllarney. Each place card was rl Miss May Reese of Ashtabulai; 0., Buoy. office build'n'g will be '.initiations have similar

Her words were ,cheering to all namented with a shamrock; a golden: who is spending the winter here is names. Beware of them. The

young Army. women/; who think they harp and an original rhyme contain] an expert and has given them occasional ine Fo ey's Honey and Tar Is in a
are heirs to all the trouble. knownto ing some endearing old Gaelic points. MISCALLED "HAIR TONICS. low package. Ask for It and
garrison life for she' pointed out writen expressly for each guest term:1 *' substitute. It Is the best '
any &
the bright side and added the cheering Mrs. Beck: Following the Irish Miss Urich Gait and Miss Nellie West Hair Preparations Are Merely for coughs and colds. W. A. D' :

sentiment-, ; 'yes :\ often grumble : tom on gala occasions Mrs. Beck I Gait,.of Louisville 'Ky., arri'Ved Wed- Scalp' Irritants, of No Value. berte druggist and apothecary.
but when 1'-..cjo- it I don't meana had placed the Gaelic motto. "Caed nesday from New Orleans and are iM9tVj1alr preparations are merelyscalp.'Trrltants I
word I say., I.lqjve; Army life." The mule a failthe," within a green circle guests of Mrs! I., H. -Alken on North ,. miscalled hair tonics FULL-tINE OF E. P. t
ladies then struck' 'upV the chorus over the mantel the meaning being Palafox. Miss Nelie Gait has spent When hair is brittle lusterless and CO.'S OXFORD TIES JUST C' '1' '
welcomes to with their sister begins -o fall out, the dandruff: germis
"A thousand The
/'For She's/a; JoltyGood Fellow"which you. the' last six months EiD. LOUIS FRIEDMAN & CO. anornsCOFFEE
was sung,, .wlth. the heartiest color scheme of green wis'car 1ed IE a1ifornia, and Miss Urich Gait getting in its deadly- work at the I .
Gut through the eight and Orleans. root; s vitality. Since
courses met.her In New i
goodwill. V candleshades and electric_ > science discovered that dan-iTuff is a JUPITER IN A MIRROR.A ii
While the Blarney -Stone was beIng the light
all the color....It of" Louisville Ky., germ disease! tjiere has been only i
Time kjissed :& daring young: officer hades were in same 1 Mrs. J. H. Culter I
preparation put on the market! Remarkable Phenomenon iI
should receivea was one of the most artistic .original the _winter here will ens
daring has spent
(who for his v(i dainty' luncheons ever given in about two weeksto I-
modal/ of honor)'came into the hostile and leave for home in
camp 'of females' :with a message the post: The guests were Mrs. Ball! the regret of her friends.: Mrs. germ and that Is 'Newbro's Herpi-- In a very old number of the Bul

(wireless) of peace from the Gener Miss Allison. Mrs. Bough ton, Mrs ('ulter Is, quite a vocalist and has a tide. It quickly reduces scalp fever, de la Societe Astronomique de .j'O

you were thinking about al's banquet halJ.. A reply was ready ISwlift. Mrs. Beach, Miss Elizabeth beautiful. voice. destroys the'germ. ; and the falling some one made a note of the. fact
and hair luxuriantly.
hair stops, -
before he ,reached the. Crawford Farker, of. Orange N. J, and Mrs); V > grows he had seen Jupiter's satellites

that pair of OXFORDSfor house, showtog-? :that. .tor, all their Mitchell. V V Mrs. Fred 0. Howe has returned It. allays,Ask: your itching druggist Jntaatly for Herplcide.and permits mirror. The 5th of November"
awoman's : Orleans :Mr. Howe wil'return clear C. D.
boasted yireless' telegraphy V -- from New sale night a correspondent,
the hair! to grow. For by
EASTER. Remem- Intuition, had beaten it by MR. T; J. CHltDERSON'S'sONAND later. W. A. .D/AIemberte. druggist and Andrews determined to wake'the
houra The'.ladieg were asked! to DAUGHTER RECALLEDTO 4'V periment with an ordinary
121 South Palafox street
: apothecary, .
ber; only nine more days, pay a visit to'the officers' banquet, HIS BEDSIDE. Mr.Buckner Chipley ia expected or send lOc in stamps to The Herpl- glass.
where -
did after having donned 'Mr. Herbert Childerson formerly l home Sunday from New York -
which they eWe Co., Detroit, Mich "The Image of Jupiter In the
before then. Surelyyou the green hats; decora tad with clay he joiped his sister, Miss Elise Chip- he writes "was distinctly
rVewardsior' haying kissed the ley last week. It Is possible that
pipes V V who has been having by.: a small star oil either side,
the kind that's the
want Blarney stone .and-: having,given Miss! Chipley '
flaring mess 'geto.. Lieut! F, iB. g, perfectly lovely time since-her arrival nearer the planet"than the other.
correct if so, they must Foulois anl(.opportunity .to ,do so. I Dessert forSunday's .." : in November'may ctecide to return then turned my telescope. on the t
iReturning to the. Crawford house, with her brother. and found at once that the

have MEYER'S stamp IF den with"V green! carnations, spoila I of satellites three and one and two tI
from the "male banquet tall the Dinner : Mrs. E. H. Skinner! expected incided with the positions of the

upon them. There are (party again sought the third floor, home Saturday. seen In the mirror Satellites one 1'8- ALL

wher the 'snapping mottoes were two were at the' time (!lbopti:3O'! p. I
for for friends of Miss Martha
styles all, prices opeend. These create'd the greatestmerrluienL The many extremely close together, and I
: Impromptu tOasts were V Ross will be pleased; to learn that"she
that these two
,all and quality for all, and amusing tories. told untila .Let us send you some of ,will- arrive t -day from New York no doubt were V
given in the glass.
of Mrs. H.
the toastsoIl'rnnkto and will be the guest
lata hour4. Ofie'of. our fine ice cream for "The explanation of the
take a peep at the many the varioas Bells!* was: the follow- .Simpson.
V We cannot
is simple oue. see
', t. _' Sunday dinner _dessert a
ing: satellites In the ordinary way
pretty'ones we have. "Now here's ,t():.the'Belt t Sherman ,Most: any flavor 5u"want< ," Get'your money's wortlu. Ask brilliance
Jupiter's overpowers
lHa11r . for Blue RtbbonLemon orVa1T 1-
your grocer
put up in bulk brick"or In-reflecting .
all feebler light
atall at '
Though he jsI tj;:loidy Absolutely pure. Goes -' -
COME TAKE' A LOOK And 'here' to,-.greatest belle of fancy mold and thoroughly # -- tw'ce as far .as other kinds 'and the In the glass some of this s p ,V" :' --t:<
Is lost, and the, satellites,are -'....' -
BUY IF YOU PLEASE us aii"f; : -v-j': sanitary .V flavor. is perfaction.BASEBALL! light
packed In clean,
In palace SEASON HAS shoV
fThough alway$ -< THE TONIC en a chance to
I and ialliX-. '- : vessels .th-p19nty- :ARRIVED Chronicle
,at all at all, to build -
wasn't a Bell Sire, Don't neglect. up your system
She Till she married 4hl9 Bell of Sher of Ice to keep,it hard. The : ;. TONIGHTThere in spring-likely run down over By IutUments.YouthWhat Calm & Co

Meyer ShoeCompany I man ,>iaibv: V V price is small 1.- VV wintertotortUr. it a'gainat the sweltering do I, have to pay
Those prssen't: .w.erftT, Mesdames -' <- will be a game of indoor base- stress 'of 'summer. Best thing marriage license? Clerk-WeJI.'

Bell Swift'Steete,. -Hatttnan, Beach ...: V ., .ball V between the Heavy Weight team you know, or' we know-! a bottle or get it on the installment-plan. The Pure Food Store,
Boughton, ::o. >T; Bates, Carter, from the Business Men's Gymnasium two of our Irdaola! As we make It -How's that? Clerk. .One dollar
Spaulding Saltzjnifr Mitchell, Sayre, '- :- lass and a nine from the"young men's ourselves -w('re confident of its purity and your entire salary'each month Corner Palafox end InteadeacJ

Ely, VestafTebbettsl 'Cxmnor, Holbrook ,class at Y. M: C. A. hall tonight Game its purifying blood-cleansing. qual. the rest of your lif Qeveland...
Trott Admission 25c. -
W. T.'BatesC-'Wopdruff. called 815.' lUes--' -V V
-WaldrXni" McCullough, Kandy Kitchen Cafe ( V Phones{ 4|
Furnishers For Folks102S. Pharmacy Work 13 not a: mans
Fair, Youngbsrg1, q1JeCunning. LINE OF E. P.CO.'S REED & Hoptbn's
and reward his
: Baltzell, Hanna is hIs etrengtli.-
BeckfrWilecz6re> 104 SPalafox. Phone 929 I
ham r TIES JUST RECEIV-- of Prompt Delivery.PHONE" .
Palafox St.. Baldw.l5u.. Cong r,..Knowles Ru- OXFORD The T.Birthplace 1100. Sand. --* ...
r-- ___ I I' 1QtthUlaSInterSV idleav'es, Sherrill ED.I LOUIS :

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-4i. __a --- 1L1ffiIpIq. -z-.l--j- '$25 O CASH i : ,.


and $2 .OO 'per month buys a nice: little HOOTON & WATSON
I I home on' East Jackson St. worth i ,

It Is Easy to Get it -Out INTERESTED'INREAL looking into. .'?, Thos. C. Watson 6 Ct ,

200.00, castf and $15.00 per month ,.
Ten lots 't '
very desirable gets a neat little home on East La 1 1place +

Rua St.. R. R. shops. Just the Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
If you have money In a bank. But If you have your ESTATE Block 92 of the New City Agency
for a working man. .
in estate well located It-cannot' frittered .
money real .
Tract Jackson $100.00
intersection cash and $10.00 per month .
away in careless spending here 'and, there but If not, you should be, for more money for a small home on North 6th avenue. "

itWill |: is made out of It than anything. : street and 16th avenue; overlooking > Some Good Homes for Colored, on I -- ..- .. .. .
'else. Look at this sale list beautiful Monthly Plan.
5 850-A four room dwelling, West 1 the bay, : Corner B. and Payment Jackson St. 4 room; .''Real Estate in all parts of the

Increase in Value i I End, with 5 lots.' House rents l lots for residences'. house, good corner'lof': $25.00 down'and 'city. -/: -,' :i.Oarlcl i.-: .
| for .
; Seven lots Block 55, Bel- $7.00, per month" _"
J2000--Store and dwelling p North
Hayne St. 4 rooms, small payment :
with another smal dwelling, adjoining Blockselling Dwellings for rent.
montTract; l lots in this down and $6.00 per month. :
every year. If improved, it, will, bring in a Igpod West End 'business district ;; North 7th avenue, $25.00 down and i .

V rate of interest,. while the growth in value is,,""like ; rents $216 a year at $700. $7.00 per. month. Lo( is,fu de at current Crates of interest on
I $ 900-'Small house on lot 28 by 170,
ir4k getting money from home." We invite you to see i East Romana. just east of Tar: Six houses North Alcaniz HOMES FOR .SUMMER. i ir 'pr9v l.'Qr? unimproved property.

::4 our list of- .properties or write. us abbut' this, investment ragona. Rents $96 a year. Street, good.investment, will < /
qwstion.Pensacola :*; I l'tOOo-Business corner (store and I Lot 100x140, corner, fronting L'.ttle Ifjsurahce placed in fifteen leading American
dwelling combined)' near Paia net 10 per cent. Bayou, splendid i'ittle housa and good _

fox, rents $420 a year fishing; short walk to. electric cars,. and. foreign companies.
particulars apply toMcDavidHyer $1500. '
: 8 room house at Fisierville fronting ..
-We solicit
OF THE ABOVE; IF"- YOU DONT bay; good neighborhood. These, kind respectfully your patronage.Our .

Investment Company I SOME ONE ELSE WILL. CALL IN of houses are getting scarce.. ,..$1800 rent department given especial atten-

AND LET US SHOW YOU THEPROPERTY. House and 3 lots on corner at Fish-I tion.. Ca&and. .: see: our list.
ervllle, fronting the bay. Act quick; .: ,
Company .
City Manager.W. ifyonwant it.. H .., .. .. ..$1800 ;.; : ./ '
SNOWIES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.J. Agents New York loan in large or small ; '. ..
.E. STIUMAN, V.-Pres. anl Cen. Manager. KNOWUS HYER, Treasurer. $2400 Life Insurance Company. amounts. -f.----r--:,.', '. ,
List.your property with us for sale. .
Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. 8 E. Government Street. "
will buy an elegant little 6 room Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. : HOOTON & WATSON ,

215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola* Florida. dwelling, corner Jackson and Guille-:
mard. House has electric light
connections, bath and gas sewer. Only L.: S. BROWN & CO. PHONE. .54-j/: 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

!! one block from Lee square and just:

c :''i _-_------ -. -U __ across from the school house. :I Here is YourOpportunity Thiesen 'B ilding. -. .. ..

The Man Who Knows the "WE SELL tOTS"Miscellan"


to make an Investment which
Value of Real Estate LESLIE E. BROOKS will yeld; you a bg: profit. It's o s FOR SALE: !
.only a lot 66x90 feet, but it's -
on the corner of Garden and :CUT FLOWERS Orders GOOD PROPERTYIn
will recognize this asa bargain. A pece: of improved property on 2W/z' S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. Railroad streets. If interested filled for roses, carnations,promptly flowers Six houses to' West King Tract
Ic4_ 4' : Ihtendehci'a street 40 ft. front by 170 ft. deep; a' half & block from telephone ]No. 223 and ask and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertla renting for $30. per." .month', ...$2850 I
3 Paiafox street. This property has business nouses on tooth sides ofIt Phone 462. for all parts of City and County
Smith.. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 65L Rouse in Weal End.! :renting for
: The house !is two story with 10 rooms and built right up to the '
r sidewalk' the lower floors fronting on the street; could with very GEO.' W. PRYOR, JR. $10- per month,-. good' neigh- FOR SALEIf
., '.. .. .. I
o Ittlfe expense be remodeled into a first-class store which would bring HLLP WANTEDWANTED TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. borhood. .t- < ;
: !good rent- while the upper rooms and tha rooms in the rear could be I I : Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and '
Five lots North Hill, if takenat you, have city property or farmIng
rented"as" house .office In this repaired on short notice. No. 11 on -
boarding or the
ty-could-be-made a to PAY-A-LARGE PER rooms.CENT .ON way THE INVEST.proper.: -Painters and carpenters -- West Government St. Pensacola, Fla. once.. ;:'..-.. ,-.''.::"., .. ;...$3000 lands for sale and want it sold,

iI' MENT NOW, and being right,In the path of business IT IS H on Equipment Building Navy' Yard, Wanted Idee.J. Five lots ,frontlng'Toledo square' write, see or phone
at WuWLn/.ruWuWtftW W -- --
::TO INCREASE: GREATLY. IN VALUE. ItJs a good investment now, once. Saprlw f New City:... .. .-. V:->. ......$1000
wth: good prospects ahead of it. It is offered at this price FOR IMMEDIATE -1'I WANTED TO BORROW' $3000 at' 6 H. PORTER, sailmaker 716 South One block }in New City;on car C. R. YAEGER

: SALE.. .... .. .. ...... ... ... '.' ." ......$5000.00 WANTED-Old man for gardener, also per cent. for one year. Best 'of security \: :-Paiafox street Orders taken for
'4" servant for cooking, etc; white or valued at $15,000. Address tents, awnings. camp stools and house line.. .. v. ?,.,- ":::,-; ....$4000 I No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686 -

R1tc : 'This Is Mot.the House that Jack Built. .colored.Wright St.Apply mornings, 20 20apr W.!I "Security," Journal office. 5apr3t. cots.:: etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. Half block' in, New.. City on hard

: : J I WANTED TO BUY a singing mocking 'SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert. road, overlooking Bayou Texar $1500 For Sale.FOR .
It was btfilt by one of the most.successful contractors in the i WANTED-Men to learn barber trade.
city. bird. Apply at clerk's office court; ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship These are all irst lass: pieces of
'{be material was,the best the house was well built tasteful and conveniently .: 10 positions'for every graduate. Top I house. .,, 6aprlt* chandlers and .grocers,only first-class k': property and. are gilt edge Invest '
arranged.. It has 7 and hall paid. Few weeks completeCourse' -:. S'ALE A cow in
rooms gas bath and all modern wa'ges house of kind in city. Fair ments. young good order
prices to all.
i4t; conveli nces. The neighborhood is good, near to .schools and includes tools and dlplomas WANTEDr-To buy old< gold and silver : with a calf one week old; gives

E. the business center. It will make you a nice home-514 North Hayne Can nearly earn expenses if desired. broken up stuff regardless of about three 'gallons daily; can be seen
Fine -
t- 'street. Look at it, or let us show it to you and see if you do not i Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber sizes. Cash paid. Lightman&, Klein stationery, wedding invitations, at, 221 West Jackson. St. Saprlw
: cards, cards
; agree with 'us. We think the price low. .. .. .. '.? ... ...$2500.00 i, College, New- prleans, La. iapr6t"AG1NTS 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. M.: Robinson,".representing:tally etc.The Chas Celia' :. D. HALE. WILSON. 8 CO. FOR SALE-Horse- buggy--and har

: LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US !FOR SALE "WANTEDi"-'Experience H Elliott. Company' of Philadelphia.. .. REAL ness, 7000. Apply 809 N. Alcaniz.
WANTED.. .R Bingham ESTATE: Saprlw.
'wants Smarlm.. ,-
not for sickness
; pays aoc'.dent '
$,- THE COLLECTION I OF RENTS A SPECIALTY your moving and haul lg" He guai* '; 1, FOR SALE-Fine
"and death. Address the ,Fra- site; best sit
antees all breakage. Phono 630. I live in Pensacola corner nth RENTS AND LOANS uation in the for
ternal I city a
: Bankers of America St. Louis,, tourist hotel
THE HSHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY : :Mo. 25mar4t street and 15th avenue,in New City 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet
I i. 'st.
will tune Paiafox
I and repair your piano and and will take care of your Piano by 30 deep on East Government street, over
gJFt 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 j iWE LEARN you to make mirrors at organ as cheap as any one; guarantee the year at a low. figure. Refelt, Phone 234. i l looking Seville. square and Adams

|I. home. Full guaranteed formula $5. best and neatest work. Prompt tune, clean out, etc., Phone 802,2: street with open view of PensacoJa,
IV _: __-- II.II.M! -- !IIiI!!! I r P. F. M. Co.", Box 472 Pensacola, Fla. attention and satisfaction. Phone 802 rings.: J. Conrad Scott Smarlm bay, $10,000 will buy the property
ti ( ISmarlm 2 rings. J.. Conrad Scott.. SmarlmWANTED. ; HOTELS.THE lapr.

EGGS FOR HATCHING. n.n.n.n.rnflLm&r. tr.flflttJt-. W wr

DIRECTORY Professional .-The public to know that From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode BROWN HOUSE -AIry rooms, FOR 6ALEJ-Elegant Lester piano.
Directory I
; WANTED old newspapers can be bought at Isalnd Reds and S.- C. Brown Leg. good beds; Free baths and sample: Like new. Cheap for cash. 1000

Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. WLftflJWUWtJUflW WYWL fl fltUWfllfl this office; for five cents a bundle. Theyare horns, finest pens in the south, $1 to room. $2 per day Special attention: E. Cervantes St. lApriiats..

Joppa Lodge, No.6, 1. O. O. F.. THOS. PEBLEY, WANTEDA' second hand boiler en- all clean 'and nice.. ?J..50 per setting of .13; or, $6 per 100; I to traveling men. "J; I.. Brown' ,.Prop. FOR SALE A first-class
msets every Tuesday evening at 7:31): LAW, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND gine and saw mill to cut about ten WANTED-We want your orders foi also agent for the. famous' Banta In. DeFuniak Springs, 'Fl. l3marlxnENTRAL' stationery store, cigar and

.t11 o'clock at Ratford Hall, West Garden COLLECTIONS-! thousand feet per day. State what you 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 cubators and Brooders. Drop me a in the pool room connected
St Visltitg: brethren are cordially in. PALAFOX AND ROMANA have, prices condition and where designs to select from. card and I will call E. L. McFadden, C HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Cp. rear. Paying business, well
All I depoL Large >nd well lighted L established and centrally located on
k4 vited. PHONE 55?. same can be seen. Address Box No. prices! Mayes Co. Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R. '
4! T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. 53, Bonifay, Fla. 6apr4t Printing Pensacola. F.. D.,'No..1, nsacola, Fla. rooms. Free1 sample room. 'Meals at: Palafox street, opposite the new Brent
..1.V.. I6feb., 7marlm* all hours. Special attention, to traveling building. Apply 32 S. Palafox St

4 SljanSm.Pensacola OINGLES. Sec. WANTED to' 10 acres good land men. $2.00 per day.. J.- M. Tug 31mar.
u 3i near city and water fronta'ge rent Board New
; and i iI
Lodge, Nu. 3, K. of P. or buy on time; particulars to H. ROOmS.SW tick furnished if desired. All donein. FOR' S1ALE Full blood white Wyandotte -
meets every Monday evening at 8 OPTICIAN Pope, Lewis House. good order on short notice. Leave .HOTELr-Carl, Setterlind, eggs, Beacon of Boston strain
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall -4apr3t ROOMS CHEAP IPurnished or un orders at Green & Watson. Phone Prop. Special attention,to commercial $2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine
306 THIESEN BUILDING furnished, suitable-for! : travelers. Free; sample and bath I cockrels
over Pou stable W. Intendencia St. light housekeeping 193. 7mar ready for the yard. Address
:VIsiting brethren cordially welcomed. HAND CLOTHING WANTED .' On the Hill. location high ,rooms. Large. rooms 'with good beds. Chas. Murray, .DeFuniak Springs, Fa.;
... J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. Highest price paid for gents'clothing and healthy. Close to car line. :Ap MATIRESSES.-Wholesale $2 per day. ISmarln I 31marlm*
H. HORSLER K. of R. & S only. Sell second hand goods. ply 314 E. Strong.. Phons 1213. anj retail
1 Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia. manufacturers and dealers in BAY HOTEU-Open' night and day.
$M Rathbone Lodge No. cotton moss and R & C. mattresses European plan. Rooms ,light and LUMBER FOR SALE--Sessoms-WHt-

30, K. of P. meets every i WANTED-By a young man, position :NICELY and boo! springs. Second hand furniture clean. Transient trade solicited., ted Co., Bonifay. Fla. Slmarlw*

Thursday evening at,8:00 as stenographer. A-I references FURNISHED ROOMS for bought and sold. Upholstering: 575-579 S. Paiafox. ,Ju.8.. Nicolan.
i o'clock in their temporary furnished. Address C-2 care Journal. rent. Good location and reasonable and repairing done. Old mattresses Prop. FOR SALE.-A photographers ourflt.v !.
> Castle Hall over Pou stable 3aprlm. terms 401 W. Chase St. 4api2w. renovated; new ticks furnished if de Cheap. Apply Fisher Fumi'iir

'c, W. Intendencia street I sired. 114 E. Belmont St., city, store 138 E. Intendencia St 27u.;r
3a Visiting knights FOR RENT-2 furnished or unfurnished Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Cot: :
'- are cor- WANTED-Stenographic work. of C. T. Da SALE ;
d1aU welcomed. nature. Will give any rooms two blocks from carline. vis, .Mgr. FOR E FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters:
W. N. MABSON C. C. tention. Phone 285. same prompt; at Terms reasonable. Apply 22" S. one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.

., 1. LEVY. K. 01 R. &S.C; Saprlm.WANTEID Donaldson St. Phone 1134. laprlw, CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. BARGAIN LIST; PIANOS. lumber the other thirty thousand ''Ca;
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Floats built to order.. Horse shoeing : pacity. Rates reasonable. Also Meetings of -5,000 pairs of shoes to NEWLY I Lester Piano, mahagah'y, fine order,
rooms boats for sale
; very cheap, 22 ft. long,
a specialty. J. G. Welsh
Knights half sole at iM. Carriage was $350, price now $275, used only
of Columbus Shoe
Apply 20 W. 5 ft beams. '
: are held at their hall, DR. J. U. 'MOCK Shop, 720 W. Government St. Fine St. Romana laprlw Co. 27feb a few months. $10 cash' balance $8 i 'I Chaffin &: Co..Telephone Milton. Fla.or write 25ma J. A

No.8 West Jut enden- repairing of all kinds promptly done;,. per month. -
cia street satisfaction guaranteed. Irving, handsome case was $300
on every Saprlw NICE FURNISHED
ROOM for rent JUST
Monday evening at Dental Surgeon.Crown with privilege of bath and phone. Money to Loan. now $215; very little used. Terms $10) Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,
7:30 cash
WANTED-The $6 per.month. -
An in- public to. know that WuWW JtruJWrnflJ.Jtn
Apply No. 606 East Gadson St. r W gallon
or: or larger quantity. G. Morasso
: : 4 vitaUon is extended and Bridge Work a Specialty.: we can do all kinds of repairing phone 534. SOmarlw'* $10,000 TO Current rates of Clutter, large handsomemahogany &*Co., ship chandlers and! 701
4tq* to visiting! Knights: Painless Extracting of Teeth. float building, horse shoeing etc. J. interest. Pensacola Investment case; was $400 now335. A bargain. South Paiafox. grocers 4oct
JOHN B. JONES. 28/ S. Palafox St. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb, Company. Aprill-lw. Terms $15 cash,.$8 per month.
EDX- FOX Grand Knight .7 and- 9 Old Armory Building. I FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished :Mehlin, high' grade mahogany; was:
! *J: ., Recorder. Phone 1077. I COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand rooms at P. Stone 17 N. Palafox. :MONEY TO 'LOAN-Everybody bor $450' now $390 rented only few ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -
29mar. I car line, six lots 100 ft. front
Daughters of Rebekah. Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVillersSt. rows money from Jno. A. Hall & months; $20-cash, $10'per month. I by 137
% deep, corners $700 inside
., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- Co. 16 E. Sterling, ebony case, was' $350
Lodge No. 10, Daughters Government street. When now lots
$600. There better situa-
j. of For Farm Turpentine or ronage solicited; satisfaction PLEASANT place to board on North cash : are no
Rebekah, meets every Monday guaran- in need call on us. SfeblmMONEY $120, $10 $6 per. month. :i tIons than .
night these lots. A. V. Clutb'
teed. Careful attention given ladies' Hill. on car line. Address No.8 i, Clutter, large "size-'. [
at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. halL VisIt.: Timber Lands 1 I mahogany case.used ; I- .
iid- ing sisters cordially invited to be present I garments. Phone 1222. SfebWANTED. care Journal. 27mar LOANED on all kinds of pier seven months, was $400 now FOR SALE-Four room house with
UARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY I $275; $10 cash$8 month.Kimhall'walnut'case .
1 ROOMS jvonal property on. short notice. per I bath, at Goulding, with two lots.
I MRS. B. R. WTTKOVSKI Call on or Address transfer -FOR RENT-furnished or un Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. ; was $375. used I Apply to L. M. Davis, P. 0. Box t>33.
MISS.WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec. work. Office phone 363; residence furnished. Mrs'M.; J Robinson 600 Roman Phone 1163' 1fe two years, now $185, $10 cash, bal] City. 10 arlm'
En'} turner phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N.II E. Gadsden St 24marlm ) ance $7 per 'month. ". j
M. E. B. A No. 81 AArmard --- ?
meets St. -
first and Tarragona 25mar. All of the above .are bpright pianos'and JV.
.t FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmp
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. Real ,Estate and Abstract Co. I NICE, comfortable furnished room 1 MONEY TO'LOAN. On real estate or we guarantee! tfcenu. We have 16 i ed property in all parts of the city.J. .
: Rafford Hall No All sufficient .
m.. .10. West Inten WANTED.- kinds of electrical other security by'ullpli. from
; ,dencia street. P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla work. I sell all kinds of electrical pleasantly situated. one block from Ing to Thos. Pebley ,cor. Paiafox and I square'week pianos' for $15 fo 45. 50c; .A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents,
bay line per ; 'good: practice; Phone
: on car .suitable for house Room 7, Salisbury building.
l A. G. stairs.
FELL Pres. batteries and other electrical supplies. Romana, up 17nov- .
stove or gas, or without 172. 23jaaAUTOMOBILES.
j. L. SWEENEY. Sec. When you need me ring 345 or 955. '
W. Peake Star Apply 501 .E Government St. MONEY TO LEND On'good real pensacola, Fla. the
E. ,
new Laundry building estate .-I am agent for
i Pemacola Pensacola Lodge Lodge No.No.4 4, I.L 0. O. F. THE BIG COAL E. Garden. 15decWANTED.Real 24marl2 security, or on good collateral I Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos
0. P. rates. Leslie
; lowest Brooks '
at than
21aurX.' )'oar IO.G" from $500.00 They cost less
tneets every Thursflar *venlnjr at 7:30 WANTED-A, few boarders at 212 building. up.
i' Estate for sale Fisher 21Jan
at the new hall on West Garden STRIKE IS ON or Gregory. New house, good horses to keep up. They can be main
; Itreet. Visiting rent, lease or exchange. Your business neigh sand or anywhere a horse can go.
invited. E. brethren GREENBLATT cordially respectfully.solicited. J. A. Wilson borhood and: on .car line. ISmarlm* MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal Leslie E. Brooks.

The Real Estate Agent 22 K W. Government property on short notice
NEVILLE greatest demand known
,; ii .__ji Secretary. for 6, >7 and 8 room modern ever houses. street, Room 7, Salisbury NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Terms easy. J. W. Bullard npstair FOR SALE-My property 416 R Brio

r W. 0. ,. Landlord' why not build them. I can building. Phone 172.. 23Jan, Newly furnished, clean and; nice %8%'South Palafox &, Phone 1144. inard St, consisting of four lots 40

Live. Oak Camp No. 1, W. o. W. rent or sell such h uses give me'a I: near postoffice. Apply at 128!% E. (nor xlaO feet; a two story dwelling con
j. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd I list and try me. ; NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. taining 6 rooms, hall ways, bath room

., : Wednesdays in each month. Visiting SPECIAL for lot .on East HUL Address P. 7janlm. UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan closets and pantry.- On- car---line-- -;. will...
'sovereigns cordially invited. BARGAIN 0. Box 207. SOmarWANTED. oa' all kinds of personal property. 1 1"THE io'A.. cil sell entire property lor uuu.vv. a.!

F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. A g o4 paying' turpentine businessfor I Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat Special rates to business men on largateans. MOst I, -1. A. L. Reese. 22feb
1 LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.Woodman's $30,000 .-Electric work of alt kind.i this office. They are all clean ; The New York Loan Co., 204% : 2AvnPvL'MAOAZINEJ .
40 acre Improved farm 8 miles from Let us clean your fans. reair; your I and nice. Sputa Palafox. WORLD"Ask FOR SALE-Choice Pekln duck e'ggl

}Circle.. Pensacola, worth $1200, can sell at dynamo do jour wiring etc. Pin your newadea1u for this $1.50 per dozen. Single comb
W. 0. W. C., .Oa _rove. No. 4, $600. 570. Pensacola ElecCrfj Co.., 205 S. magazine. ,i& he ,does not handle it brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per setting.B. .
,4I: oodmn Circle meets every Thursday Baycn.WANTED.The. send us his name and address with P. rocks, the same $5.00 per hundred
3 p. m.2d floor Pythian Hall, over: I LOST. FOR RENT name and address aa. :i4: Pou's stable on Intendencia street < n-t_ L tMJt r.rnJWLr W flflJU"Lflt SLflfl 'tr tr t -M. r 'JWtIJWL JVLJUtW Wnipn copy. Regular pric'.' c. Mention sample of ducks at $5.00 a trio. Plain directions -
Merchant TransferCo.
d? Visiting sovereigns cordially InvIted T. I A. BINGHAM has storage room fo? this papef. given upon request to raise poultry
Mrs. L Langford, Guardian; Mrs. H. CRAWFORD wants your moving ,and b&uling.i LOST. Ons pointer dog,. white IWith -1 r:; rent; suitable for furniture or other Burr'Publishing in city lots successfully. F. N-
All guaranteed. T. B. Company
.li M. B.. Olsen. Clerk. 311)1)! South Paiafox Street.i.h"'o" ,breakage Prop. Phone 978.' ISJunelm Thor.sen ,: lemon to 114 ears West, a.bout'two Garden years street.old.Sapr Return goods'hone>V104. and 630 106 South TarragonaSt 'a.A -- .. West 224 5tree., New. York Clf7c Howell 30mar2w,. Box 36, Warrington, Fla.

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TholJsfldd* $ "_clt Day Who Are Looking for Barfiansc I

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For Sale- ....... ...: ...:.... ....".........' ........."....... I McMiHaH : ; [' ;;;
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SALE-A fine gentle and'docIle \ NW[
FOR donkey can be used In saddle-or bar- i I i SHIPP1NG

nesS uon., very Price fat$35.00.and in!Apply first-class to.. 'A condl, A,. I AUSLEY s 3 COMPKNYI I All Kinds that you want


FOR SALE-Buggy In good condition ;': COMMISSION? BROKERS, I It i llelmlhr lo
Pebley. 6apr4t
Arrived. cheaper
than you can buyIt
-- ; iBatoum Brit. ss 2620, Luckhai, anywhere. Any size you
FOR gALE Shoe making and repair'ing ': H WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA, HA. J MOBILE., ALABAMA.MARKETS. Havana to R. JL Cary. tI1-1 want.
shop; established trade no : I Monsaldale Brit ss 1783, DavIs,

competition: good opening for good ISantos to, H. Baars & Co.
man. J. Mindel, Bagdad, Fla. f Private\'lires'\ N. UN. 0.,, and Chicago. Cleared. ( ww I E. SEWELL
I IroR
6tpr16t. i Annie M. Ital bk, 832: E. Dices,

!I for Buenos Ayres. with. 9,450 bbrosis. Phone 614.

: Registered Berkshire ; COnONSTOCKS,6RAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i 1
I Batoum Brit 2620 Luckham for
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for I ss,

catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chlpley, Naval Stores. Port Arthur Pensacola St. Andrews and
I BonbtandSo1d on Margin or for Investment. i Savannah Ga., April< 5.-Tie naval -
1m. I :Alpha Ger Sir, 2693. Brink Hull 1 to Gulf
i stores market closed today, as fqjlowsww : order.. Don't groW"91dbefore \ Steamship Co.

FOR S.ALE-40 2miles acre south farm of Chipteyou, 10! acres in B. :' : .RihmcK: Flrit\ Mind and Peoples Banks Phone 1 1 73QPRCCMQ .. :.5 545 30, August Belmont, Br ss, Clark, your time. STEAMER TARPONW.
pecans; : WG 2967, Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. MobileBuckwill
C. & St. A. R. R.: also 120 acres, 20 us..... ......................................... .! N. -.e.s. .. .5.15 Ascension De Larrinaga, Brit Str, G. BARROW, Muter.
improved, 2& miles from town. .. .5 10 keep up the vim and vigor
acres II.;. :;. Kramer 2693, Manchester to Gulf FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND.
Address J. B. Hogeboom, Aycock Fla ': K.4 55 Transit, Co of your youth. FREIGHT fcERVICB:

gmarlm SALE_-Ten newand second ........ ......."!'"..................................-.....'......."...... ..."...............................................................I'\v.'. ."........................................'.\MMA;"................................:.........................,..............."- 1 H..420 4 35 Ayres.Dora, Br ss, Mitchell 1459. Buenos Imparts< A strength greattonic.,yitality,'life.. PENSACOLA.-Between MOBILE-; APALACHh

FOR hand office safes different G., .. ..- .390' Emelia, Aust ss, Hreslich, 232: You must try it. COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
second I Put them in.before the FLIES and '
F.. ;. ...q.,3 85, Trieste. MILLVILLE
Scarntt sizes, best Moreno makes, office at bargain East Government prices., OUniLllO. 1 MOSQUITOES get into -your house E.- .'.., .. ....... .385 Senator, Holleseen. Ger ss. Lange, ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL- IT And all points on St. Andrew Bay.Carrabeile .
./. .3 85 1232 Cardiff. and ApalachicolauSCHEDULE'
We ,
24mai! can furnish them CHEAPER
St. NOW. C, .... ... t.,3 85 Spennymoor, Br.. ss, Nairn 1722: "B&B" Atlanta
ANTED-TO loan money on your Supply-of BRICK now on hand. Spirits Turpentine 65. % cents. Huelva. Leave Fe&sacola Sunday, 8:39 I'r,
jewelry and personal ef m.. ,for Mobile, Ala.
watches Ships.
[ Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. -

fects. Highest Llghtmau cash price& Klein for old, 106 gold B ..,.................................................................... .................................,, ..........VNL AUSLEY &. CO.'S REPORTS Orpheus.Aust ship Medanic, Trie; m.Leave, for St.Pensacol Andrews. Tuesday, Millville 8:30, Aptlacnlcola n.-

and Bright si'-ver.Phone 1127._ Liverpool- .Cotton t- -Market, te.: Bar** SAFES !. SAFES! SAFES! SAFES J! points. ", Carrabeile. and .intermedia

FOR: SALE A. R.-'B1ngharn' haa L- _i-------. Jia.-Feb! .........v-I............_Rk..S.T1 M Anna M, Ital bk, Alcese 868 Ha.; Buy Diebold Safes,. For additional lalormatlon apply tj
good team of mules for sale. See irr- r A .- & .-...- vana. J. SAUNDfiRS,
them oa his new float. e-b28. ilir.-April................................5.95 GurU, Rus bk, Blomberg 702 Baibatfoes Scarritt Moreno, Agent. a R- COBB, Pr iid8Qt
April-Mar .: *,....... to Pensacola Lumber Co. Gen, ;: Frt and Pass. Ajt.
HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent, ": Hay-June........'...*....-.\. Precursore Ital bk, Schiaffino, 1501. Pensacola Fit.
near car line on Little Bayou. Apply ] Banking By Mail June-July .............'. ...5.96 Genoa to Rosasco Bros. J
to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. July-August .,.. .96 Scillin-- Ital .bk, Zeno, 1220 Soutl! Morris Dannheisser
4aprl6t August-September ...:..... hampton to Rosasco Bros., .
September-October .... 6.78 gtarthem Br bk Maitland. 127! .
(Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
FARM FOR SALE--80 acres, locatedat The great improvements in the postal October-November ...'....5,72NovemberDecember .
Antwerp. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine
Hill railroad all fenced < .... ...5.71 ,
Cottage on ;
and with large house barns, out 'servi make it possible for people in December-January ...........5.71' Schooners. I Wines, Beer and Tobacco.

in houses, etc. Creek runs through the I ; any part of the country to secure :L1vfl'PQOlSpots,611. 165 Donna, Cardenas-Christina Am sch McLeod,; Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty ; =

land and 4 or 5 springs are also on banking and savings facilities j
enjoyed Cotton Joseph W. Hawthorn, Am sch, 516,' 12
shade 'trees and np-I New York Market W. Zarragoesa Street
land. Plenty ,
the Hoffses, to J. A. Merritt & Co.
peach and plum trees. by city people. .' ':-,,'Open-i Sigh Low Clos< PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. IFT
pie, pecan, ;:: John Paul, Am sch, 352, Tbss to ;J..
Good soil; also hare a lot cf fine breed January 1069 10.60 10.53 10.60 Co. I
Merritt &
chickens, ducks, hogs goats pea Mar 11.21 11.24 11.13 11.1 A. 4
One Dollar Thos. S. Dennison, Am sch, Wade<,
ol July; 11.17< 11.J8 11.10 11.13
fowls pigeons, geese and i Baltimore to order. YOU
1 I August He ito 1033 lie ARE READY ? : : -.t
all kinds. Reasonfor selling Is that October....10.55 10.57 10.52 10.5 Union, Br sch, 72, Tela Honduras. : : '
have no one to manage place. A great Account '
Opens a Savings DP.Cember..1G.55 10.60 10.54 10.57 I
bargain either as an investment or .New York Spots. 1L70 GOOD JUDGMENTis

for party looking for a good farm on New Orleans Spots; 11 3-18 the essential characteristic of men: : Those cheap rates expire April 7th I \i -

which to make money. Every ing and a few dollars added to it each Wheat. and women. Invaluable to good business to California and the Northwest. _ _
genuine and just as represented. N< : Each first 'and third Tuesday tick.1
week or month will soon build it I Open High Low CloseM&.78' men and necessary to house
fake. Write or call on W. H. MorganBox I up ets are almost given away .to Tezas,"
78% 77 77* wives. A woman good judg.;
453. Pensacola, for further partic to ajiice sum. We will add four Oklahoma and that section.
per July.......77% 78Ji 7R 'lj% ment when she buys White's Cream ,
ulars. SlmaiFOR r <> cent compounded semi-annually. Corn. I Vermifuge for her ""baby. The foes First class round trip convention a
I" rates to Cal'fornla: In May and July. -
Low Close medicine offered to moth- O i .
SALE-95% acres ol land hal! Open High r worm ever
northwest! 70 acres. May........... Uti"45 44% 45 V I I ers. Many indeed are the sensible Through Pullman Tourist Cars from 0' )
from .
mile city, ; Joly_. ;.....45! t: J'fejg &. 4ojj mothers who write express' their; Washington, D, C.. to San Francisco
timber land sub soil clay; 25% under: ng : / _
via Atlanta, Montgomery Mobile and :
cultivation clay sub' soiL' Dr. T. ALaPar New. :Yorit. Stock- Market 1 I gratitude for the good health of the! '
Orleans and Southern
New Pacific
519 Guillemarde St.3taar2w *pc- Open Close< children, which they owe to the use of (
Route) and from St. Louis I
rILT NATIONAL BANK Southern Paeific49! 69 i l White's Cream Vernhitu Sold\ by;. (Sunset THROUGH SERVICEVIA
: Copper....... .."....i.....,..1l07. '1 i 'Ill! !!, all druggists. via Wabash and Union Pacific and)II
FOR SALE-My lodging house for: I JLS.R.,;,............,.a. 141 1CAtch I II Kansas City. ,
sale. Fourteen rOOms' wli 'furnished : '- : OF PENSACOLA, FLA.: : .....i....,.'!*..... 63JS, .;. 93 .i I II U I .,We have the best 'service to China,; L.&N.E.&T.H.and C. "E.1.I "
I Ii I
'throughout. It is on a goo: A.B. 161K iWi' PLANETARY VITALITY.' I Japan and Hawaiian Islands.No ; 2 Vestibule Through Trains Dally :) =.
and entrally located W. H.:KSOWLHS!!,Prea. W. K. HYBR.JR.V.-Pres,and CaaMer. i R.R T..... ..v.?$....... o 8 < : 8 } I trouble to answer questions.. I f NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 4U "
paying: basis ;; T-WBRKSTandW. N.BOBEim,Asst.Cashiers .& Q ...,..:/....................Iv74 ; .113. Earthquakes Can Take Plaee Only on I THROUGH SLEEPERS NoD DAY COACh:' -
lbloel: from.pbstoffice"parf: cash. DIRETOR&-F.- -C.' Brent., W.. A., Blount W. H. Knowles" W. K. '.H er, ;Jr.. i;"l Erle......\ V. V ..*.ACt-99n.; '''' .., 45.,4 1 aa: y. ., |4>iCt I I -; Living tilobes., :i JLF. VAN RENSSELAER, i HEW( ORLEANS TO CHICAGO f:
Apply to Mrs. B. M. Tranr,128B. .F i D. G. Brent. ;, : *'** ....*!....r*...')"4%..*n 6072 6174 I"A is unthinkable: 'G. W. ELY,T. P. A. General Agt. I I riNINa CARS SERV1NQ AU. MEALS EN BC'.', 3
Government St. 30 mai US.-,...........,.,-.r.: ; :....: 42#; 42;% : moonquake ,now ', .- .* .' '. ;24-Peacbtre St., 0.fl.P1UMAN 0.PJU. S.EOQEBS. Ua <;t Itvtntnu
because the moon is as dead as a doornaiL INIIIo I
...... MAMVWJ nc '
FOR bed f' U.S., preferred. 108 1C7>, I
SALE, =Household goods, : r R.8......., &MT; 33 Our satellite Is "ever foreshad- I Atlanta, Gaj -'... ". --
clothing linen and dishes. Apply Loli N.....3: .:.... 161 J5 7' : owing our own ultimate doom, like the -- -
531 E. Government St 25marlm .......'.' ... ,
Lead.;i.r... 'I.It3!! % .8" mummy at EgypHan banquets, but in
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers No. S8O3., M.P.:..........:.......:.:.:. .. ; 64. the meantime, if the Edinburgh Review RAILROAD COMPANY
at five cents. a bundle. This of- Y.O.....:J""J;i,... 50Y ii has conceived the teaching LOUISVILLE, & NASHVILLE
correctly>ref Ideal JOHN Pf Eiff a.Assistant CMhlsr. Can.Pac............ ..-... 173 172 ; .
fice. and PwU North.
of seismology, the Inhabitants of earth Through>nd Local Timi Tibles! Between PonaaesU ...
M.E. CLARK,Vica-Preldet antf Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.. AssIstaitCahlgr.THEAMERICAN N.Y.O.-.;%....! i45H 145Ji .
FOR SALE-Egga from 'standard bred P.O ..--........ 85H485H :' may console themselves for the havoc READ DOWN READ UP
prize winning Barred Rocks, fifteen ..'.. I383137* i wrought through earthquakes by re Trains N s. .' Trains Nos.

$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio Improved NATIONAL BANK S;.p. ._ ...ff:.. 171- 1..678: fleeting that they demonstrate the vitality 2 4 1_ 3 1
Chester White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs. B..I.............................. f7 Z1}! : of our planet. In that distant tiapm 11:56am LT. .. ..Pensacoa.! e'i ...Ar. 5:00am 4qOpn

Lizzie B. Hughes Chipley, Fla. Of: P&VS4C014 FLA. .. :: .'.... 40% 4% i past when the moon actually quaked '6..3am; ,6:2.Qpm Ar.. ..ontsomery.. ., ..Lv. :35pm 11:15amI14&am

22marlm.S. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY: OF UNITED STATES. Paan T.O.I.--...... ......u..;........140 140 there may-some scientists declare 9:10pm ,Ar.. ....BIrm. gham .. .. Lv. 4:2pm{ 8i3Sam7:25pm
: there must hare been forms of animation .. .Nashville..liv'. 8:45am 2UamsieGjith
C. BROWN ...E\iHORN5-Kulp- u.P. .!'....15 MAusiey 157% ; : 3l'lam, Ar. .
Hughes Strains;' egg record; 240 per CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $ OOOO. I upon its surface. "Though the : : .3:87amv.ff' .. .Nashiilhe. ..../ 8laiu'2:05am

pullet The farmer's and fancier's DIRECTORS. Cotton Letter. : moon; by reason of its smaller size,, 1:25am 8:15am Ar.. .,. .EnnsrtUe.. .. ..lJv. :Oain 920pon7:40am
chicken. Eggs for hatching.. An _all : .. .. & Co.'s Daily was bound to lose its atmosphere, It : 2:10pm Ar.; 60 .St Louis.v. 8:45pm 3wm:

fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. Henry L. Covington'! Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, New York, April 5.-John) Bull the got must have taken millions of years to 7:50pm 3:27am 'LV.; .. ..Nashrtlle .. .. 8:21am 2:15am

1, ?z, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15. J. MtaeJfferBryaa ,* "_ .W. S. Rosasco, C. \.. Lvmar,'' gay again this jnornlng and put higher i do so, and there may have been time 2:1tam I 8:30am I Ar.. .. ..Lou13ville .. .. .M.I 2.5am 9:2Opci
Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeF' ni/l.k/ I Dunwodyi, T. F. McGourln, J. R.Saunders* price of. cotton in Liverpool .I for the cycle of life from the primeval 7:2Oam 1 ::01ij.' Ar" ... .Cinclnnatt ... 11:06pm 6:00pm
Springs, Fla. References-anyone -In I. A. MAvery'' ;' W. n. Milton 0. E. Maura- than for, some days. germ up to sentient beings and down
Dr. W. J. Hannah, MJ\enzJe( This morning's cables! showed spots Pens Mobile and New Orleans.
OerUng cola
the_city. 13marlm W. U Cawthon* again to the hardiest lingering plant Between .
.. C. M. E. Clerk.Accounts advanced 8 points on sales of IS.OOd -
M. Covington "
Alex t,1c6oiIn : cells to its full circle. The writer
FOR SALE-Grocery store and resi bales, while futures were up from 5 run 6 &.7 2,13.i, &.1 : 3&2 1&4 5&6
dence combined. Including stock, Firms Solicited. to 8 points. This: was much better, In the Edinburgh Review continues to 7O0am11:05PrnI1i55aXp1L': .-:.Pensacola. ...(rf :ooamT'OOpm6:30pm
fixtures, etc; nice home, good water of Banks; ''ndlvlduals.Corporationsand than 'had been expected, the English develop his line of thought: 10:45am 2:55am4:12PlUAr: ,. .Mobile .L'y.IU '

one hole> block under fence. Cash Four'per.. cent... Interest Paid on Time Deposits. market being due about 4 to 5 points "Earthquakes are a sign of planetary 6:00pm: 7:15a 8:1 pmAr.. New Orleans' Lv.! 8:15pm1. . .... 9: 5amFlomaton.
only. Corner Harwell and 6th are. : "1 '- up.- The spirit of contrariness that : vitality. They-would seem to be char -

Mrs. Z. P. Ryan;. P. 0. Box 614. has prevailed in Liverpool all through i acteristic of the terrestrial phase of development Pensacola, River Junction and Jackso vllle.
ISmarlm l "" the present season sterns' to. haffg on I Effete globes like the moon 4 G 22'
TI'JI.inSdonotstopatstattons2 1
............ ....t ..'e...... .......... ... .........., like grim death and Liverpool can be can scarcely be subject to the stress to Daily'21 I\DailYIDaUyjDaib1'5 I I' 1 ; t. 3 I where no time Is shown j\ Daily!I 1D'a.l.lylballyIDaily I
President. E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. } \
J. S. BEES, :. ; to do exactly -I which are due, nor can they be
absolutely depended upon they .. 12:4 ....
i R., M. CART. VIce-Presldent .....1 4:55 2:30 2:50: LV.. .1' Omaton. .Ar. .1:25 8:25.
Le'galldvertisements what she ought not to do, or isI I very suitably constituted for the propagation 5:01)) 2:35: 2;&5 ., .. n ..Century. ... ..1 12:4.0 1:21 8:21. ....
r- THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i iDlrectojrs expected to do. When spots 'Were i I of elastic waves. Inchoate ..4..... 5:01 2:41!.3)5.( .. ...Bruff.Springs .. .. '12:33 1:15 8:15.: ....
In Escambia County Circuit Court, down to 593 thpre were no spot sales worlds, such as ,Jupiter; and Saturn, ..... 5:17l2:511320.: U .. ..McDavld. ..... .12:22. 1:05 SO6.q..
State of Florida. In Chancery. James -.:.L; JRvesJ.. : : S. Rees, W. DeC. Kos !ef. R.. M., Gary, recorded worth mentioning but the I' are still less likely to be the scenes of ..... 5:3 3:041 3as.. .. ..Pine Barren ... ... ..12:08 12:52 7:55 .....

Sheridan vs. Mary T. McArthur.: On W. A. D'Ale/nberte A. Jenning3, J. J. Hooton. '"; moment they were advanced to 611 i reverberating concussions. Their materials ..... 5:39 3:13: 3:50.. .. .. ...Mllno.( .. .... .11:59 12:43 747....

Monday, the 7th day of May A. D. TRANSACTS .GENERAL YOUR ACCOUNT BANKING IS RESPECTFULLY BUSINESS. SOLICITED. they begin to buy heavily. We fall to have not yet acquired the neceSsary ..... .5:43 ..(404 ., ;'. ...Quintette .. .. .. .11:51.12:34 .1:3 .....

1906, the defendant, Mary T. McAr- ..........*.... ................._......o .. see what their ideas are in doing'busIiness' i cohesion. They are pasty or fluid, ..... .5:533:26i411., .. ..Cotta6e- Hill .. ....11:4412:29'7:34...."
laur, is required to appear to the bill in this way. I If[ not partially vaporous. On the earth ..... .5:57 3:291415 .. u _.,Cantonment .. .. .11:40 12:26 7:31.....
filed against her herein. This, orderto The :weather map this morning wasa i the seismic epo presumably opened .:.. .6:011$3:34j423 .. 'S ...Gonzalez. .. .. .11:351.12:21.7:26. ....
be published once each week for I fairly good one and many reports '' when exterior solidification having ..... .6:03"3:36.:25.: : : : .. I. ...Rot>erts.. .. .. '11:33.12:19 '1:24. '''Of
four ((4)) consecutive weeks in The L HILTON GBSEF.B. '.p1ilSm'l ?. T.B. 'WSLLSS, Vloe.PB smUT. were to the effect that"whUe th tem commenced, the geological ages beganto ..... ..6:16.2:45.4.O.a .. ,. .. .Olive.. .. ,.. .11:22: '12:09 .7:15.: ....
Pensacola, Journal ,a newspaper published .){.BUSlHUFiaL, iDL MANSFIELD MORENO,A8SJ'.tasrnm peratures were rather too low farmers will last so long as peaks ..... p6:21 -3:5fl'48 ,', ., ..Brent.. .. .. ....11:15.12:04.1:09. ..
in said Eacamlbia ounty. A. National Bank were rapidly catching up ,with:I run. It sediment solong'as ..... 6:253:54'452 '" .. ..,..Gould1ng .. .. ....11:11.12:01 7:05. ...
M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court. -By Citizens, tier: work, true several sections reported crumble the and areal rivers distribution carry of loads ..... 6:30: 4:00 !:.90t, Ar,.. ..Pellsa.coIa .. .I v. 11:00 11:56 7:00. .....
Pensacola, Florida. :being at least two F .
of work '
k. G. Aymard, D., C. Pensacola, F*; fluctuates and strains evoke forces adequate 1"0.21 I 11\0. 2
Diacciozs.MprriaBekr. weeks late but some good weather I I
March 29 I AM'
1906 .30maroaw4w Pkt: I'
Ge*. wwright.. ., T.B.5VeUes. BIx M.Kobinson. I/ Hilton peen.- would set this alright in a short time.t for their catastrophic relief. 5:00... .... Lv.. ..Pensa.' o1a ..... .Ar 10:50. ... .11J5
The market seems to require'age-I "Our globe Is by its, elasticity kept ..... ....... .
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. 4 I/VWUt PAMKINd BUSINESS TRANSACTED .5:26. ... ..' 111; ,. a' ... .Bohemia. .. .lO:55
Notice is hereby-given that I. Louisa : gressive buying constantly to hold: iabitabje, separation of sea: f rotnJry 5:22.. ....... 'llt! ... tt ...Ou11 PoInt.. .. -.. .11:33 ... ... .10:53

Undo guardian of Bertha May Lindand "' values where they are or to score I land la thus and not otherwise 5:2n.: .... ...' ...' .4 ,I .. ...YneJitra.! .. S....... ." ... ...10:50
Harold Und minors, will apply toHon. _. .. .. 1 some little advance and immedlatsly, mai 1taiQed. The alternations of eleva. .5:29... ..'. 7 18.. .. ....Escambia.. .. .... ..... ... .10:41
Henry Bellinger county judge of 4W the buying slackens in the least. prices tion and subsidance manifest the con 5:40. .. .... '1:25., .. ....Mulat.. .. ...... .10:19 .- ...... '10:31
Escambia county (Florida, at his office, r J9. :.-.::>> .""11II:7" Jao-Ifasse" begin to sag. II tinual activity of this reserve of en- .5:45. .. ..... ,!. .. .1 .. .. ...Harp.. ... .. ... ...... ... .. .10 32
on the 28th day of April' A. D. 1906 R M.CaJ'Y,.,... .&;l1..JIt. e3 C Q_ SeC-w. .The market does not appeal ergy. The dimensions of the globe, we .5:57.. ...... .1:36: ,. .. ... Galt-Clty.. .. .... ........ ....10:21
S and BeUU Dealer 10 to it ought to for .. ..... 10:05 ...... .
at ten o'clock". thereafter Wholeula' have tha snap any inhabit depend upon the balance of 6:03.. .. .. 1:35: u' .;. .. ..hI11ton. 10:14
m., or as' soon Domcstici Anthracite materially adcance it is essentially a i I and expansiveness. Relaxation 6:35... .. ..... t. ...Good Range .. .. ....... .. .. .. a 93'
xo sell as all I can be heard for authority Steam, C 0 A L weather market and both the longs I pressure enhancement of either instantly a 7:031.: .. ... 8\5,0; .. .. Hots.. .. ...... ........... ... a '9':15
K said right title and Interest rand" Blacksmith md the shorts are looking to providence -i I or inward or an a 7:26... ... 8:30..f ... .11l1l1gan.. .... .. .. 9:12... .... 8S:
flg described minors in and to the follow- Jfflcs Nd.43.:?ouV1 Palafox street. Telephone 93.. to turn things :their way. Exp -t I occasions a bending the crust. Just by ,7:40........ 8:88.: .. .,.Crestvew.! .. -S 3. 9:04.... .... .. 8:33
and real estate situate: ,, ly : Yard cornar-'Tarrasona 7- .and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and ,372Dorfto'A"f4eved It rts;for the moath of'April are' likely arching outward of the Itself a. 8:.09..... ....... 8'E6'!J. 1!. t' .'1'Land. JO. .. ........... .... a 8:03:
{ state being In the county of Esc' m. li 1 -T! ,ql :- 'J 'cS ,to be very heavy; especially so f rdmffew I these sensitive reactions planet 833. ... ... 9:10.: .,' .. .IossyHead .. .. .. 833. ....... 7:40
{V of Florida t. wit: The : J. # Orleans.On shows itself, ,to be. alive, and seismic 9:16... .... 9:35... .DePunaksprlngs.! ..... 8:13. .. ... 6-:57

(35) feet.of then north one I ... ---- last Saturday the amount :of, tfirillinsa are .the breaths It :30.... ...., 9:4 .. .. .. .Argyle .. .. .... 7t4.. .. ..... a 6:4%
ee and sixty (160) feet of lot ---' -4 > -J. cotton on shipboard at all United: draws."-CUrie11t Literature :52...... ....* .9: 1 .., ... Ponce DeLcon.. .o. .. '1:2' .... ... 6:20

th r eDict hundred and fifty-four (354) in i-. ---- States ports was '19:>,000' bales to be I ... .... 10:10.. ." .. ,:Vestv1lle.. .. .. 7:11 ,_.. ... 6:09
city of Pensacola, togetherII *- cleared against 170,000 last. year anJ 10:121..... ... 10:15.. .. ,.,.CaryviUe.. u .. e. 7:12... .. 5:5%
ue tenements hereditaments. and : : a Carriage Shed? 44,000 year before last. rowing of th'ese fines tn the near fu 10:45......... .10:30 ., .-.Boniay.. ...... 6fi5 ..... ..... 6:24

appurtenances thereunto belonging or .ijed for the and farm implements? Pro- The heretofore heavy stocks at the I ture.: 11:12.... .... 10.7.:. ........Cb-ipley: .. .. .,. 6:37. .... .. 400;
Lin any wise a.ppertaLuing.LOuisa, or> } he weather wagon .they will last ?ana -per ports have been the mill stone attach-I The firmness of the December and 119... ....105S() ." .. ..Aycock.. .. e. .. 6:27.... .. 4:39
4. rt longer
iiard1an.3Xflaroaw4w. -ectedtota? service. .. sd ti the long side and weighing heavly .i January seems to be in the nature oJ'a 11:43.. ... ... 11:01.f" ." .,.Cottondale.. n .,. 6:18... _. 4'24
Jorni nHore- satisfactory fl on the market. Now that this 'burden -t surprises to the talent but this is 1:10''.... ... ,. ..Iarlanna.. .. .. 6:09."...... 3:55
--., We. Wan'tt :Furnish the Lumbers }Is to be [!ted, there being a feooi I likely owing to the heavy short Inter. 12:44.... ......11:25.;, .. .. .Cypress.. .. .... a 6:38. .... ... 3:19:
well as tie; ,nails vand other hardware necessary In its inquiry for freight room, principally f est undoubtedly-existing: in those posi .12:55.: ... .-.. a11:5.Grand Ridge.. .. 5:32... .. 3:01
Silud Easter Edition! erectloni.Framing may be had for 16.CO siding 10.00.. for- the continent where stocks are ions, yet' we see no particular rea. 1:13... ........1:02.. ;. .. ..Sneads. .. ..."I a 5:21..... ... 34g:
hfiksi$1.'Z5. 'and 12.25 and wire nails on a $235 base. very- light the, market will probably I' ions>for shorts in those months to be; 1:30.. ... .... 1:15 ...Rlver Junction f \ S:10..........a"%:30
The' 1 I' I t>e' handled much easier by the bull lightened as there Is absolutely only 10:501... ..... .. 7:40 'Xr .. .Jacksonvllle .. Lv I 9:05 .... ,.. 4:00AM
oj Journal will be aily. Mill side when 5t sees fit to take hold of on thing to'; shake- their position and I j l : 1 AM f fPM
S.aJlfti4.$ .Copany, the s-'tuation in earnest hat is a crop failure which we hardly .
Your ad. will.'be.1nIt Trains 21 and,2id triiiiis 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car tietwee1Pensacola.
The premium of July contracts over expect We cotton a purchase
1 Seaboard Air Line.
and Jackso I.11Ue via River
717 21 East Garde Street. breaks but rathei
Phone October again reduced somewhatifld : on all good .
was .
of! ... .. on -
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course. t- : we expect to see a further nary hint ghor| profits advisable. "rains stop .ipali'
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t :7f Bi.1I I \ UNIf[ C-AS ES .E." L. REESE J. MENDEL REAL IST T[ ,1 r

Well Filling Clollies Give. Reese '6 Mendel! : .' ,

};t-' The Home Tailors, : O'ldQuaker


v'fv-JLj R ._ : Personality to the Wearer Builders ..

mil f [ Following Is'a list of the deeds recorded : : %

r Don't sink your individualty in an 'ill-f ittin g U -4Th .: yesterday reported by the ,

and poorly-made'garment ,of questionable or Pensacola .Abstract Co: '
:S .1< :._ M. H. Sullivan to John P. O'Conner,
teMVf Y fabric when you can get Sec. 27 T,. 2 N.. R, 31 W. 640 acres, .

I a Circuit Court Will Convene Mon 3200. .Rye
T I IRich
Guaranteed All-Wool Suits Men'sFine ::, Campbell Avery, Jr. to John W. k

With No Capital Bullock, Jr., lot 12, block .132 East
day i
That are cut and built by the,best shear and King Tract, East of Tarragona street,

needle artists in the world the) product of Causes $,1 and other considerations. '
: L. S. Brown to E. T. White, lot 16, ''
: and mellow with
: :
that famous tailoring firm < block 211. New City Tract, $80. : age

s. :v Circuit Clerk A. M. McMillan yesterday L. S. Brown to E. W. Elliott, lot 17,

Hart Schatfner & Marx completed the docket 'for the block 271, New City Tract, $80. :
> delightfully stimulating
spring term of 'the court which will Clothes.New Al A. Fisher'to Alma E. Fisher, lots ,

The choicest fabric and the newest styles convene Monday, April 9th. ':t'td 5, Inclusive, and lots 29 to 30, ..

The total number of cases scheduledfor I all In blqck'lf; East King .Tract, Bel. and .. stnoot :
predominating trial is seventy all civil suits. Nota mont Numbering, $1 and other con-. ,
I color Quaker gray, : a murder case is on the docket nor- a "and up-to-date" line ot Spring s/iderations.- I I'J. *. *

second. Fancy suitings also are having their: felony or misdemeanor of any, character and Summer 'Suitings 'and Trouser M. Muldon to The West Pensa ic 1i11
: the dealer sendS .
which speaks in commendabletones : ings. cola Land Co:,-an undivided 5-7 inter.est to

innings, all of which are well represented of the respect for law and order Suits from"$17.50 to $50.00. ,. in and to blocks 17, 69, 70,.72, 78,

: here. Buy your Easter Suit here.SUIT entered: by the citizens of Escambia Trousers'. from'5.00 ta,15.00 79, Sec."40T.2 S.R.- 30 W., pettersons f\f\ of it
county. Join our 'Gentlemen's Suit Olua. Addition.' you a case today.Phone .

In view of the.fact that there are no Costs only $1:50: per'.month-for, press. -. -!-lAlmbn C. Binkle :; 'Battle 'Villa '
PRICES $6.00TO $25.00 . .
: capital cases 'on the docket It"appears Ing and 'small repair' Stocklnger, lots 18, 19 and 20, block 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,

k r BUY TO-DAY FOR, EASTER, unlikely that a grand jury will be em- Dyeing 'and Cleaning of men's ana 109. New City Tract $100 and other 4Oi4os'P. "1afax St and'2-10 Mainr St., 1 3
Pensacola Fla.
panelled during' the term: of. court women's Clothes ;'a'specialty. considerations. :y ,
which, commences Monday No summons Give us a'trlaC. We will appreciateyour

Ia have been issued for grand jury business. f 1..
THE JOHN WHITE STORE veniremen and Clerk McMillan stated ,
yesterday that the prospects were thatno Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox StCottroll .._ 'R "

JB session of the grand inquisitorial TIMBERLAND DEALS
{ Specialists"In Men's Wear body would 'occur durin'g the coming De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin

.. term. ; .
1 205-107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET Judge Carter, it believed. will finish FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. -" ""tD-

t t with the Allen murder case which T. A. JENNINGS. YESTERDAY -
r- ; .
PHONE252, has !been on trial at: Milton during the Pensacola, Fla. : --';-
1t4i i pre'sentVeek at. the latest Saturday; CLOSED SALE AND PURCHASE
\ l If this proves true he 'wil bepn hand ;' .
Monday to open 'and preside over the damages $200. WITH NEW. I Death nTaxes
sessions of the circuit .tribunal. Henry Adams' vs.- Rader FurnitureCo YORK MAN.T .-
Marine Grocery Co.I' The full list of litigants,.plaintiffs :; dama'ges $1000. Are admittedly the only sure things in life. What you

POWELTON I and defendants with the characterof Kandy Kitchen: Co. vs. Western > 5 '.are sure will happen you are. wise If you prepare for.

t.' the alleged cause for action follows Union Telegraph Co; dama'ge $600. \' 5-. The' ,
604, 60S, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. : A. Wittie vs. Pensacola, St. Andrew A. '.Jem iri'gs' 'yesf rdar completed Installment '
iI' two : in Equitable Continuous Policyhjis ,
Phone 725. fairly -good sized deals
.. & Gulf
M 1_ ,. Louis Boley vs. William Topper; ; damages $300. '
ejectment. .W. D. Wiggins vs. W. A. Finlay, Jr.; Baldwin -county" lands': He sold to 1 all the 'good features of the old policies, and decidedly -
V. J. VIDAL Manager. Mohawk Condensed Milk Companyvs. damages $20,000.GermanAmerican. Hampton D. Ewing, of New York, ... 5 'new features that were formerly never dreamt o1Let
r THE HME0F 1 GOOD THINGS TO Special to.The Journal r. L. Bear Co. damages $250. Lumber Companyvs. about 2,500 acres of land, the consideration us.explain it to you.
April 5-7-iMiss Lena and being $6,934. He also .
EAT 'Marye Mullins entertained r Baylen Street Wharf Company vs. E. E. Saunders; damages $8000. timber : '
a small purchased from Mr. Ewing the '
Insurance Gen'l!
1 ; party last +I i I Bagdad Sash Factory; damages. A. J. McVicker vs. Pensacola Electric Pcnc Ats
> Saturday evening in honor and turpentine privileges on
pw; Just Received: Baylen Street Wharf Terminal Ry'Co; ejectment, damages l\llOWICS .
of Miss Clara Company vs. ;; .: FireUfe. Pensacola
i Y Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick LuncH Lange, of Muscogee. Joel Frater. $250.Peter 5000 acres of'land neu Gateswood, .

50 kite of fancy Mackerel.) $1-25 perkit Among these present were Miss Clara the purchase "being made for R. H. ,, .,.,...
A. :S. vAmllls / --
D. McKinnon Jones Ceo
Long, Miss Sabra Hardy Miss, Miss vs. W. C. and C. H. vs. ; Lesesn & Co., of that place. Theconsderatjon'in .. """
i4 50 kits Salmon. J1.25 per kit- Mary Wilson Misses Marye 'and Lena Barrineau and RobE'rt'lKinnon::; ; damages $500. this latter deal ,was '

.50 kits hallbu -Jins, JUS per kit. Mullins and Messrs: Sharp, Lamkin, damages $1500. W. Mann and J. Goldstucker va. A. $12,000. .N01.INNINNN....1N ON.NN1NNrn4s INN/O
50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, Wilson, Lowe Hardy and Harrison. 'Ann E. Chipley vs. E. E. Saunders; Summers; damages $1000. : 5- '5 :mN8A.OOx..A :
kit.Bloaters Miss Lange left Monday for home, to ejectmentnSterrette Ed Pooley vs. Pensacola Electric MIDGETS WILL PARTICIPATE' f. '
tt.25 per ,
; Tate vs. E. E.:Saunders Terminal lfy.'Co.; damages $250. t Iron
; Works Co.
and Roes, the Supply
Codflsn Pickled, Milkers Salmon. Dill Herring Pickles,, made regret during of her the short many visit friends here.she ejectment. 'r- J. P. Williams Co. vs. S. P. Shotter I IN SCHOOL, ATHLETIC, .MEET and j

v 1, German Sauer Krout. 'Mrs. P, ,R. Greene and little daugh W. S. Finch vs. W. A., Smith dam. Co; damages $35; .10. "the" 'Manufacturers and Repairers' of MACHINERY' ANb BOILERS, J |
addition of the
Pigs Feet In kits $1.00. ter, Anita, left Saturday for home in ages J298."Wells H. Mel. Maloney;: Thos. P. '}Ia. athletic In meet which program curs''tda between .. FORGINGS, MJU.AMD, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP < >
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+ Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cake. McHsnry,' Miss. Kahn CQ. vs. P, Tomasello; loney; damages $300 studentsof" school) REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to'all orders.. < ;

National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c ''Mrs. ,J. M. Welch and children, 61 damages $1000- Lucinda .Johnson ,vs. Henry, KIn'sj and the school the 2 published high n day or'i fight, ,Agent;' for James McKay '& Co.'s celebrated Lo? and <>
public No. ,
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Hargadine.McKitrick Dry Goods damages250.p( J Timber Dogs,.also chains of all
pound. descriptions. Office "
? per Muscogee, visited relatives here Friday -! The 'Journal, yesterday there -will becontests phone 122. -
We handle the celebrated .blends of and Saturday. Company- vs.iC." C. Goodman;' dama'ges .Tie Doaville- Agency vs. Andrson between There phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee Mrs. Bisdon McDonald $2500. & Dorr; damages 500. the midgets.' NN t f N0, +4hIONN001AQON9011.+t. NNNNNI/1N
s gave a party will be a 50-yard dash between a ,
Co., H." P. Chipman,'Manager.Oaiaca Tuesday !Hargadine McKitrick: Dry Goods City of Pensacola vs. Southern Bell ,
evening. A large crowd at team' known as No. 2, In which Turner -
.it ; 35c lb. Gold Standard, 25c Tel. & Tel- L -
; Co.
.i Ib Diamond Blend, 25c lb Golden tended. The evening was enjoyed Company vs. C.. C. Goodman' et aLi; ..' Holland, R. Myers, are the entries .NNINNN...ON.NNN. .............1....H....
; F-Morasso F. Bruce.
: damages
$2500.Consolidated _
i with j -, .
games. A relay race Is also scehuled,to
Rio, 20c lb.Strictly : .
Miss Sabra Naval Stores Co. vs. Aberdeen Clothing'CoTvs; D?C'Crab'tree ..
Hardy Mrs. Braderickand Quina Lewis, Holland and Myert: .
fresh: roasted '
; and as good Union Naval Stores Co. replevin. damages $-tOO.'lo. *
son, Elbert, drove ; ; the eritries.
to Pensacola being
;1 > eg any Colee sold In this city. Tuesday. C. Ta.barrasvs. S. Talbarras and- V. Frank-iReilly vs. Josspb Nichola. J HAVEANY i iI
of the Junior ,
i, Send us your orders and we will. de The midgets. i
J A.
Ketech; damag s.- Soroa for'use of Lee Daniell vs] '
Mrs. Wilson have dash with
was a visitor in Pen- No. 1 will 50-yard
liver promptly. .
1.k sacola this week. J. R. Saunders vs. Pensacola Tar & J. D, Bendall!, -et al.?' ejectment. two entries, Fell and W. Sullivan.In .

Mrs. J. S. Jennings and son, Mr. Turpentine Co.; damages $300. Jack Butler vs. David Lehr; dam the relay Fell, Sullivan and Freeman -
Ollie Jennings, left last week to spend Bass &'Co. vs. Pleas'Lindsay; damages ages $350.: > will compelte. Kupfrian's Park I GAS'TROUBLES ?

lx'r- several weeks at their summer home $300. hick Apostle. T;'F. Britson and w lere.the meet takes place promises I' :
ia / on the bay,; E. E. Douvijle vs. Skinner Mfg. Co* Frank Harrison; damages $1000. tor b& a scene of. pleasure.-this afternoon
Mrs. J. A. I damages $2500,! .- J. Frank Smith vs. F. E. Bayless; .-- advise have i
'U6L Milner of Birmingham, '. ., W-f.;wish to.-<;>> gas: consumers who any
Ala.,> is here visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Southern Tdbacco Co. vs. Geo. Gle-. damages $250. / < ff; troublewhatever; with Cither gas lights, heaters orcookittg'ranges .
H.. co; damages $200.: Brown. Chipsly Co: vs. P.,;..E. Hannah -
Mullins. languid.. warundown? Headache : to .promptly advise us, as we havea'corps'of t
Feel :
fe" I 'A. M. Avery J. C... Van et al. .damagesi$500.:
We vs. Palt ; '
$ are sorry to know that Mrs.. R. ; ? Stomach "off"-Just a pla'n gas experts always at the disposal of gas .
; EXPRESS P. Wilder's' I damages $600. Louis Boley vs. J.\A. Deane; eject : consumers' to remedy difficult'.es! '!
$. babyt.has: been sick this Case cf lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters any. gas ; iron ..may'experif' :
Robert 'Mitchell vs. Lafayette Hud ment'$200. -- '
PREPAID week. I 'tones liver and stomach, promotes i .. .
'A large.crowd gathered at the home. son; damages $1000. Anna Goulding vs.'L\ & N. R. R. Co...' digestion, purifies the blood. .
of irrs. Mullins last Sunday evening I Frank Daniells vs. George Bruce; damages $20,000McDavid <>

A1A2O and had singing. Mr.. Hopkins, Mr. Hyer CQ..'VS'Joseph Quina o
and Mary M. Quina' ejectment.' 1
F 4's Williams 4
apd Mr.
Bradley of Mus
cogee weI1'.wP: mg the crowd. It = '= :Z::'- E. M. Gainer vs.'Geo. C. Green; damages Pensacola Gas Company

1 Y s 1 . are The expected work:! to cars go are,to Olive near some here time but I I 'You'S Pensacola 200. Iron Works & Supply! i "Phone, 148.. 24. .and 27 E. Garden Street. :e

?3 e.hg,. I Dor. this week. :.", ', Co.$250.Bennie vs. Bennie. Edmudson; damages HERE yN. .N..1.ONINNd1, .NN...N1.10N1...N.N.NNWISTILORIDA :

1' A Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good."I U Edmundson vs. Pensacola
t DELIVERED Iron Works & Supply Co.; damages:
FOR have been afflicted with .
4 and bladder trouble. for. kidney WON'T $750. FOREST FIRES IN Florida and Alabama
passing Welles Kahn Co. vs. M. A. Cham- .
t $ 122? gravel atones with excruciatingpain
t ," A.H.. bers; damages $600. LAND COMPANY
""t says Thurnes, a well Consolidated f
!! Grocery Company vs..
known coal operator of Buffalo, 0. "I M. A. Chambers. THEYi ,
x got no relief from medicine until bo- NEED Manufacturers of

ir.f 1 CHAS.BLUM&CO gan taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then ejectment.Aubrey Maura .vs. Louis Boley; c ..c- .' -.. and Dealers In
517 Walker ,. .
ti AND 519 WEST BAY ST. doses started the brick-dust-like substance Ingraham' C W.; Lamar AND KILN-DRIED SAP.COFFEE.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and now I have and A. M. McMillan; damages $2500. S THEY APPEAR TCSE*VERY

J .. my kidneys.and'I feel llke.a nQ pain new across man. MEDICINEIf damages Katie Giles$;0,000.vs... Gulf Transit Co.;.i ARE "BXTENMVE.i: .: -'

?1J : It Foley's.bas.done Kidney,me: ,CUre$1000'will worth cure of good.every? American Sand Lime Co. vs. Pensa !

form of kidney or bladder disease. W.. Brick Co.; damages.
;' A. D'AlemfofirteJ' ;, druggist and apothe-. you drink good Beer.It National Bank ofXJommprce vs. Pen The Andalusia. 'News-: say: Miles
a DisinterestedOpinion cary. ? serves as a tonic and sacola Lumber Co.; damages $1000.C. inter's Back Has Been of fire' are' said'to. -burning now

r" drives that spring fever Gunter Elmore vs. Western Union :Broken.and throughout Vest florida. foods; and We are toe Pioneer
Tel. Co:; damages $600.
grass trees, .fen es. 'and property in
POLITICAL CLUBThere away. If you want; to be Geo. E. Bredt vs. Chas. H Turner; general being consumed by the Coffee Roasters of
ei nearly every man a
: sure that you are drink" damages- $7500 railroad .
pair of fiery .tongues; All along the .
West Florida.MCHUGH'S .
n 4; MEETS ing the right}, kind Insist. Robt. B. Hawkins vs. Pensacola .J lines can be seen the dreary wastes
TO-NIGHT: on Electric Terminal Ry Co.; damages: Shoes made by ther: cently passing flames
1'see: you are handling Kuppenhelmer's .. $5000. and! : seen stretching
.. ,
line of Clothing" .. A. M. McMillan' C. W. Lamar andJ. on his mind. cut'in lines" half'a mile-long and stilleating '
'WtlJ be a meeting of theYoun'g. ,-. R. BLENDShave
"" Saundersvs..C. H. Turner; damages everythfrf' t. 'an Infamablenature
saId'a prominent wholesale g1'OJcere '. Men's, Democratic. League of $3500. Wa're ready at any time, to Jn, its pathway.; .. Turpentinetrees
1a Escambia county this (Friday) even REDHEART, r' A<..J. Venters vs. D. J. Hennelly; take-them off his Mind and put ..are,especially hurt by this evil,
ing at 8 o'clock. Place of meeting |Is damages $100. them on his feEt.: ,.. and1!as-some pf theareas! burning are A trial .

k "You. 'oU'ght. to advertise. them. conductors' .an4 m tormen's hall on ,- ,' ''f 'S,( Cudahy Packing Co! vs. W. L. Gil-- right in the ..midst"'of. turpentine no equal.

4k This Is a Kuppenhelmer suitI.hare West Government street.- :All who are'In.terested ; more; damages $400. groves, It iff thought that the losses wlliconvlncetheconnoisseur
la the
1 -'movement are invited King & Hual vs. Pensacola Amuse Ttfll be heavy Ifr'thread.
Shoes Satisfac-
Ours of
i. and i't'sthe only line to attend are that we
",- on' .. ment Co.; damages $300. Throughout'Escambia county, however
+ i A of ready to wear clothing from E. M. W.- DUNHAM, Tom Grice vs. G. Giardina; damages tion.Patent Kid and Colt Vici,Gun there- Is no greet part of the make no extravagant
I President. $1000. woods burning, according to the reports -
which .I"' have ever been able! tot Secretary."I lOc Philip Johnson vs. W.' R., and R. H. lasts Metal'-:Lace Calf, etc.Button Made or Bluchers.on new brought in and ':glven out by claims.
fk t Taylor residents of'that section, ot 'the'state.
fit and I have tried : ; dama'ges'$400.P.
} get ,
a proper
suffere4 habitually from Shoes $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00..
constipation. considerable! losses
K. Yonge Last weresuttered
for use of Geo. P,Wentworth year
4 all of the advertised lines in Doan's Regulets'relieved and NY:. vs. Rachel Taylor; ejectment :All widths and sizes. from the .flames,. but the Wholesale and RetailGROCERS

L } the city." strengthened the bowels; so that they King & Hual vs. Pensacola Amusement fire hain't made its appearance at
k have been regular ever since,"-A. E. BEER; S Ca:j: damages $300. all this year 'and the '.farmers, especially

t There. are. a great. .many. others Davis grocer,- .S.ulphur' Springs, Tex. Harry,Pierce. vs. J. G. Hilliard;, dam Come in sir, at any time, and .those who, have cattle grazing

s who have told us the 'sameth'ng ages $250. we'll take great pleasure in as ;"ni :the :woods ; arevery, nappy in
A. 11cJ.pnan' vs. B..,H. Burton sisting' you' to settle the Spring sequence.The' firM throughout$ail1a :
REWARDJ100.00' : t'd lands of Feed
slnca"they have an opportunity The best lOc beer ever ejectmentGeo.. -. Shoe question. Rosa and TtfaKon" 'counties, however, all

,.of seeing our spring line brewed. It Is always 'B. Bredt=ivs. Grand United Order as-J&sedTfj"om: :( .tfce railroad- are'very Stuffs.Pluto .
reward will be paid for the extensive.
good and always better of Odd\Fellowsi damages $2000., ,
and we'are anxious to have'you. arrest and"delivery to the sheriff of RaucSer Whitten Boston '
,it Walton county., one Charlie Renols, than all other. 10c beers L. Bear Tobacco Co. v". Sir/ Company
call 'and express your opinion. ; damages $500.
f a negfd.: ;Description: :: Height 5 feet and many 15c beers. Richard Morris vs. Napoleon:Homor ', CoeurDe I WaterWholesale
10 or II 1 1 es;.w ight'about 160 or damages $400. Lron' :Commanding i:

170 pounds;"bright mulatto with medium C. H.Hopson vs. J. W. Lurton; damages No 1, :KnifhU. Templar
large nes. Has 'scar on- upper i Shoe StoreThe 'Tf3ol.: pi. m." Friday,
lip to the""right of nose -and when last .- C. H. Hopson vs. Jas.i':C.- Watson :April ,6 Work- In the and Retail
'seen he ""wore-a blue falled' jumper, Order of the Temple.
$350. ,
H O. ANSON overalls; a gray cap, a new pair of No. Lewis Bear & Go Cotton Screwmen's Benevolent A* Sojourning Sir Knights
fine shoes.
8 Reward to :
Sedation courteousely Invited.
No. .Stiller : are Co
2 vs Cias* ; damages
be paid by J. A. Riehbourg & Co.. $1000.FULL House of Good HARRY W;: GIBBS, E. C. New Orleans Grocery

44 CASH CLOTHIER, CrestviewrFla;; ; Sole Agents,. I I .. W. HENRY NEBDHAM.., Roc .

ka Corner Palafoi and MalL FULL LINE' OF E. P. REED & : LINE OF: E. *'P.- REED & Shoes ''
w. ; Pensacola, Florida. 1 FULL LINE OF E, P. REED & JPhone G3. McHugh ,

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