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 22, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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.. Voted by House, of Representatives Yesterday "Report Will Eye-Opener" Says .

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I San Francisco Fire PracticallyUnder NOBLE_ HEARTED ARE : ; --. !1 rall1Jqttiry Regarding Expeacliiure 1

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Still Control Burning, Although SPONDING TOTIf.SUFFERERSAPPEAL. ., ? of Money Barred.By AGAINST T A \ Surveyor. :.-]

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AssociatedPressWashington the Senate for concurrent. action MASS. .OF THE .DATA :

April 21. -An additional Monday. .
The District ,of Columbia aippro-
ESTIMATE OF LOSS ,_ t appropriation ofone million priation bill was completed and RAILROAD'Colliding

'-,: / ', dollars for the California sufferers :passed the house, which adjourned Adaptability and 'Varieties of
[was a distinctive feature of House "until to-morrow( when orgies on deceased -
Pensacola's Charitable and Generous Citizens -legislation to-day 7 i members will be pronounced. Lands to Be Treated.
A from the" president anda Senate Eulogized Platt.
Some Insurance Men ,:Place. It > Ft'ldl; : letter from the." secretary of war I Washington, April .-Aside from Anna Awarded Seven!
: are Subscribing Assist : prepared the Hou6e\for; the actionof listening to dozens of addresses in .
High as Half ,a Billion. -f\ v ', ..- the' committee onappropriation in eulogy of the late Senator Platt, of Thousand Dollars by Circuit SURVEY MADE UNDER THE DI.

/ .-, the amountof federal aid! to two business to-day authorizinga CourtJury.i .

PLAIN FOOD: 'IS PLENTIFUL AND million dollars and.barring general response to, the Brazilian Senate'scondolences MENT( : AGRICULTURAL DEPART. 1
; : inquiry into the manner In which the on the San Francisco """"
One : thousand Dollars !&;//: i. __;
> The resolution was adopted with The Senate then adjourned. until : ,
'and It
out debate
Contributions 'fot, the San FranCisco ifornia, sent the following reply to WITH DUMPINGASHES
KILLED IN TOWN OF .' SANTA and California:: sufferers are .beIng the, telegram of sympathy sent by I COPIES FOR CHAMBER OF COM.
made In'Pensa o It .is de- Mayor Bliss and the. donation of ( IS -

fiOSA-TOWN OF PORT. BRAGG sir.3 a city to .of have liberality'Pensacola in't1meof-need representedas 11,000. '"Sacramento'. ,' .Cal'.; 'April 21. UNION DEPOT r T AT CHANGES N E IN T THE[ ON BOND-:TRIAL SET iMERCE. .J

and disaster. Indications are that' "Hon.. Chas H. Bliss, Mayor: FOR MONDAY-GE'NERALCOURT 31
the wish will be gratified: : "Dispatch received. Am deeply The soil surrey of EscamWa coon 1
The following are the amounts so appreciative of generous aid in our DOINGS.A ty which
I far subscribed at The. Journal office.Subscriptions. time! of distress. There are many was commenced! the first oJ

"H Associated Press.. :; .. .:; thousand destitute and homeless pea FLOMATON T N U1 'Si N NAVAL (December by experts of the Bureau J

The followin .has been subscribed: 'pie in San Francisco. verdict In favor of the plaintiff:of Soils of the Department of Agri.. t

Ito Francisco 21,- *, The Pensacola Journal ..,. ..$25.00 "GEO. C. PA DEE, Gov." i culture, has been completed.
San April James McHugh .. ..- ..- ., 25.00Charles Money Sent for $7,000 was rendered' in "the case The )
e. left.
The situation: late this after #I| H. Bliss ,.. ,. .- .. ;. 25.00 The $1,00'0 ordered sent by the I of Anna Gouldinf. versus the Louis- Pensacola at
noon. is summarized as follows: #(|i 1 JL. .. ,.. .. ,, '.;. 25.00 luas's-meetlng Friary night"was SERVICE noon yesterday for Washington.
under f: i (X. Gordon ; ? BURNED [R I [ ville and Nashville Railroad Companyin I This
The fire Is practically I,[!A. H. B"AIeaiberte ,. ;;: .. .r. 25.00 placed to the credit of Governor the : soil survey will prove of in- ,,
$ control with little danger of its # J. N. Andrews ... ... -: v ...; .. 25.00D. Pardee of California as the following circuit court yesterday. The I calculable value to: the agriculturists -

j? further spread *,I' Hale Wilson .'? .:".; ., ..- 25.00'C. will show: plaintiff sued for $20, O for. the alleged ,and horticulturists of Escambla <

:Fire is .still burning on water #, R Merritt .._ ;;. .; :._ '.<. ., 5.00 "Pensacola, April 21. death of her husband, which( she J|;county; in fact nothing of

** front The authorities. are taking .fio'*''iW.: Rev.'P.F. Lee.oo H. Whaley, ,.V-y :\.: -r'-,-: :..'..'( 10.00 5.00 ."California. state Bank 'Sacra.mento.Cal. ,i i Ed. Tucker, of Eufaula, Killed by Y Capt. R. P. Rodgrs. Now Chief averred defendant was' caused by'-train. of the I nature has been accomplished a in publio tho

regulations Clyde ,B. Wilson.. .'.' ?. ';,'.-.. 10.00iW. "Dr !w on us for one .thousand company: : Running: over him. county in a number of years which
: G. Fortyi ,;;.'*.... ..: 5.03 dollars for credit: of Governor Par Falling Chimney Depot Intelligence' Officer-To Receive It is understood that the defendant!':compares with it in importance or ,

t There is little suffering for 1 j j S.' Pond ... ,. ,.. .. '.i'-.V .f' 5.00 dee for Relief Fund, California sufferers will ask for a new trial; and, failing] value. q
lack of food supplies. *I 1M H.. Wilkins ff ... -,. .*-.., .? 10.00 ; From citizens of Pensacola, Totally jlestroyedr French Squadron. in this will appeal "to the "
Thousands are seeking refuge "'#,'J- W Lusk .,. Vf;! >. "'.<; 10lA. ''FJorida. Notify Bardee.. Confirm. supreme j Will Be Eye-Opener. .-4

outside of lie city, M. Lewis '.. -:"- '.".. .,. .. '.I./.'5.00 '"AMERiOAN'. : NATIONAL'] B ,1>{K." .- ,'";, r i .w court ) | A. M. Griffen, chief of the govern- "
\I! s ,2flo W'ilmet S... Halt,/:;' % f.'10x0( 'TeregraphMatters\ ;\a 00. .A 7" Special"to: ?'" --<-- '=-":' 'ji'r' __,rGovernment ,.:-* .. ..., -_ 'meat expos .
$ r. $ :AusleyCompany> ".(Iric.y...' ... 25.00 Manager McLellan of ;he Postal Special to Tha 'Journal. The :Journal Offense.;; ,}'::'"''',-. etate: ;ypia:% ,.s.1Uie1,

Ed Lindsay :.. "->. .. ."*. ... ..* S'-OO" Telegraph Companyreceived an official Flomaton( April '21-'Fire this afternoon Washington, D.- C., April 21.-iCapt: Murdor Morrison, a sailor on the -10 c representative: .of The
iJ. H. Smith-wick"- :. <.'.. '... .- 10.00 communication! yesterday that co/jpletely, destroyed the new Schroeder has been relieved from [Journal before leaving for Washing- ) .
THE DAMAGE HAT REACH Citizen National Bank. the conditions prevailing in San cnicn depot of 'the U' & N. R. R. Co. as chief of the Bureau of Naval British Steamship Argo, was arrested : ton to compile his report from the 1
The total subscriptions 'made .at Francisco 'make it Impossible to .deliver -I IS. 1 yesterday by Deputy United State' mass of data secured, that the
Individuals | at :Flomaton and one man, Ed. Tucker navy department, and
FIVE I HUNDRED MILLION the Citizens Rational' Bank were:. all telegrams sent to' Marshal Wolf, on charge of dumping port, which will be" published -
Skinner :Manufacturing, Co. .,$25.00 there. At the same tims of Eufaiila, was klllsd by being been!assigned to'-duty: in connection ashes in the the toy .
\ Jacob Kryger ... *< .....-. '...; ... 10.00 messages are being received for San struck with a faUing,chJmney, The with the fitting out of the Virginia bay. The warrant!Department of Agriculture, will be ..
San Francisco, April 21.-The fire 11, M. L. and E. P. Roch; ,i .....' 25.00 (Francisco, San Jose, Salivas, Santa entire structure_ was demolished and and'orlered! command. the ves- was .sworn out by TTanbor Master an "eye opener" to many people who 1
this People',8Bank.. Mateo and other' points, all subjectto .Aiber rombie. The accused was released -are skeptical about the agricultural '-
appeared to have burned itself out risk. An office has been but little of the contents was saved.: sel when it is placed in commission. on
Bank all senders bond I
Attb.3 a $500 and the trial is possibilities of this section.
morning.! Last night the flames I, tlons were "cash:" opened In the Postal building "on The fire was first discovered shortly Capt. R. P. Rodgers who has been I
.. ,$57.00 Market street in San Francisco, and after 5 o'clock and by six the de- 1 the set for' Monday before CommissionerMarsh. Exhaustive Report. -i
spread from Nob Hill ridge toward iCash, .. .. ', .i ,on special. duty 'at navy department
Is being made to give pot Tas.a mass of,ruins. The builtfjfcg Other arrests may take place. This
Collections.The effort report wil
: Salvation ,Army every be a most exhaustive
the wall sheds, docks and I. ? has been assigned to duty' as -
big sea i I' tinder'and the fire
following telegram, which is: good service. +t : .burned like Marrison denies i his guilt, but acknowledges document It will not alone
warehouses but reports of the dam self-explanatory was received by Personal Telegrams. j'fwals beyond control within a few chief intelligence officer. that he threw a shovel of deal with the several characters of

age are conflicting. 'Captain: Norris of the.Salvation. Frank A. Jones, national president iriioutas' after it''was first discovered. Secretary Bonaparte has desIgnate] soils found in the county, but the
shavings Into the
A reporter who skirted the waterfront Army yesterday: '! pf the National Marine Engineers' No other property, of'. the railroad: Lt Edward T. Constien, U S. N., to bay.Circuit different species of plant life found
S. C. April 21, 1906. .' Association is here. His home is in company: -was destroyed. : will be elaborately treated. Accom.
that all but "Spartanburg, receive: the, officers of the French
in a tug reported the fire had Court.
"C pt. Norris Shivation.Army"Commander : 'San Francisco. He received a wit.e j At 6:30: p. m. panying the report will be a comsplete '
four docks had been burned .from a+feslres you take yesterday stating. that his family is practically 'burned itself out Ed." squadron which will attend the cere- The following 'business was dispos- map of the county upon which H

Fisherman's wharf clear around to ypetfal! street collections lo-night safe. Tucker, of Eufaula, Ala., who had monies of the burial of the remainsof I ed of in the circuit court yesterday, every public road and stream or

the Ferry bun dIng, This means that I Sunday and Monday: for San Fran-i' :Mrs., Hyer Whiting yesterday. received ; been in Flomaton for several days John Paul Jones. He will proceed Judge Francis. Carter presiding: other body of water will' he accu
to be sent to divisional a telegram from her father, operating a merry-gxwound, venturednear I rately shown. This will also describe
Cisco ; to map -
nearly a mile of grain sheds and headquarters On, Tu.3;day. Announce who Is at Berkley California,, saying cnev of the chimneys; when it Old Ppint Comfort, Va., at once, Anna Goulding versus Louisville & in Afferent colors, to frac

wharves have been added to the gen through local'.papers. that he and the rest of thefamily.tottered and fell pinning him beneath accompanied! by the naval attache of Nashville Railroad Company, dam tions of Quarter sections, the several ::

eral distraction. I 'ttCAJOR'! : BEPJRIMAN.: were safe and well. San Franciscothe a mass of hot bricks and the (trench embassy Commander de a'ges; verdict ,for plaintiff for 7000. characters of soils, found and described

Fire broke out near tie Ferry building -; Governor's Appreciation. telegram read. ,, Is a veritable. ash -sinoli'ering embers. Every effort Faramond,. de Lafajole. They will Robert B. Hawkins vs. Pensacola in the text of the reportVarieties 3
'C. Pardee, of Cal heap. was mad to save him, but when he s
last night, but. fire tugs saved the Governor Geprg >was finally taken out life was extinct board the Siren'and meet the squadron. Terminal Company dismissed by of Soil.
The chief value of the report will
building. The body wa>s badly bruised. ? y. Plaintiff.
Today in the section north of ,Mar. : tary authorities have, been handicapped Alameda and other points reached by The origin of 'the fire cannot be ascertained The commanding officers of the Kandy Kitchen Company vs. Western be its exact location of areas of land t
the railroads began taking supplies at but it is' under especially adapted to the culture of ',;
in this.Sanitary definitely French fleet as'far"as known, Rear
ket street the ruined district.. practically j. conditions here' require various points along the water: ,front stood to have- started in the north : are Union Telegraph Company, verdict -the different varities of farm and /
bounded on the. west 'by Van Immediate.attention.. in sufficient quantity to eliminate the of the building. Admiral P. A. Campion commanding; for plaintiff for $57.50. garden vegetation and fruits. la

Ness, avenue. [ Golden Gate park contains the greatest idea that there would toe suffering;! end. All wires of the Western Union Captain :B. Batelett, commanding : Aberdeen Clothing Company vs. L\ other words if a section of land at

The total loss is impossible to estimate number of refugees, _.Cond'.tions- from lack'of food: The only thing to 'Telegraph Co.. running through Flojiiaton -, the 'Marseillaise- 'Capt. E. A. P; Cue- ,C. Crabtree and Brother motion for Olive, or Brent observation or Roberts and has

accurately yet. One of the most there have beet Improved today. .be considered is some in means need. of get as well as those of the, railroad pratte, commanding, the Conde; Capt. : new trial, granted. proven. be especially by adapted to the analysisto. culture i
tin' it to the people '
situation'ishot serous as ; ,, burned..NECROLOGY :
prominent insurance'men said. today: The food .plentiful-'today and tonight ; Relief committees, at once began company are A: 1.. M. lluguet, -commanding the Nick Apostle vs. Thomas..: F. Brit. of sugar cane, while the sur

s ily idea is that something like two plain food Lo far'is there! is little sickness distributing in the city and establish- L'Amiral, and Capt..'G. M;*; Lefevre. son and Frank Harrison, damages; roundingsections show special
hundred million damage has been excepting from 'nervous shock! and I i ed nine food depots throughout the This is only.a partial list but all that on trial adaptability to the culture of Irish _
potatoes or corn; turnips or ;
insurancemen exhaustion and the people j. city. From these provisions were d's-, is yet known.. .' --
done. I have heard other physical peaches or grapes, the report will recite
from { triibuted as fast as the applicants could R. J. Edmundson. I
to ,recover Lt Suits Filed.
make it five hundred million.: It I have not be served.. ." : 'It. 'J. Edmundson died: Friday,after Constien will accompany the the facts, and the several sec
these. t squadron to. Annapolis aril,act as host The following was filed in the circuit tions will be shown on the map to
is simply too for human head to interred at St..
big a bodies, were taken'. from a noon' and the'remains !
Forty in behalf of the navy during the stay court: locate them.
figure out.' building .on F"fih; aye ae by the Red Miachel: cemetery yesterday after- of the visiting'.8luadron.! : M. L. Wilkinson vs. W. R. Taylor The Distribution.
Now The structure 'was of TOWN OF PORT BRAGG noon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Edmundsonwas & q
dissatisfaction is expressed at Cross .today. : Bennis Edmundson > Company, damages. Plaintiff sues The report will, in all probability:
'of '
the conduct of of the, soldiers the ifather [: for $400.
some four stories. 4
launch man.. and was well' BLOODY not be in form for clstribution before
the popular FIGHT
Many of those duty are -
doing guard TOTALLY DESTROY _
the' marine next December but when It is'com i
liked among
mere boys who, brought to a high ,known and I Letters of Administration.
'p'letsd several hundred copies of it
the water
pitch of excitement, have "been shoot- DUE HUNDRED-KILLED IN [men. Many flags along Letters
administration have been will be secured by the Chamber of
mast as
half yesterday WITHSTRJKERSBy
ing at pedestratns. Chief of Police Berkeley, :April 21.;Prlvate'-i: Infbr- front were at Issued by County Judge7 Bellinger,' as 1 Commerce.It .
Dianan has asked the military authorities TOMN OF F.' SANTA ROSA mation brings tidings that PortBraggan 'a token of esteem the deceased." :, I follows: will be remembered that the

that many of these companiesbe ; Important lumbering town in :Men- Calvin received i W. L. D. Nelums, administrator of r survey was secured through. the efforts -
withdrawn. .- docino county, was totally destroyedby A telegram "was yesterday Associated. press [:estate of William N. Nelums, deceased. of the Chamber of Commerce.
thousands Santa.Rosa'Apri!] 2i.- The list of the by friends In the city that Calvin .
Despite the exodus of fire following earthquake I Vallejo France, April .21.-A
from the city a multitude destitute known 'dead totals 58 and, It' 1$ believed Wednesday. Of a population of five Lewis,- ot' Holly Fla., had expired in bloody encounter; occurred to-day >e James W. Field, administrator of
remain and reports of suffering from that one hundred is a conservative thousand: only one person was killed. El Paso, Texas; Friday where be had tween_ five thousand striking r8 the estate of William Butler. BIG MILL AT
hunger and lack of shelter are heard estimate'ot the number'killed in .the i Pone a few weeks ago to try. and bene- from Dh in'and a. detachment of I a
'fit his health. Municipal Court. .
on earthquake here.on Wednesday. :
alll'ides.Manf'rumorS execution entire' business section is in RUSSELL SAGE GIVES 1 :Mr. Lewis, who was .well known troops detailed .to prevent' the strikers -, Judge Laney had a small docket before FREEPORT BURNEDThe
of from nonunionstrikers.
summary residence FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS in business' and social circles, interfering! with him: yesterday morning in the]
ot men caught looting are prevalentbut ruin and practically every' [both, Many: werp": severely wounded. .I i
of the Santa Rosa recorders court There twelve
damaged, here-was the owner were
cannot be verified. There is a in the ei! y .
Persistent but unconfirmed rumor It is impossible for outsiders to realize New York, April RusesellSage Lumber Co., of Holly, Fla. The remains cases. Of this number seven were big mill of J. J. Mcaskill & Cu.

that two men were -hanged in Jefferson the actual situation here. The today contributed five thousand dollars will''be brought to Pensacola found guilty, four continued, one dis- at Freeport was destroyed by flrg
has I burial. It is expected the. body charged. Fines amounted to 26.00 early Friday morning. The loss Is
square last night completeness, of the !devastation to the' San Francisco relief fund. for BIG MILLS AT estimated at $75,000. Two hundrei
arrive and fire and costs.BOY'S
'the' level will M ndar."wife "
same ,
There was, little water in; the gun- put rich, and poor on men were thrown out of employment
burned section last night but It is believed commercially speaking. Millionaires M'ANY'"OMElESS L .children are left to mourn }Ir. Lewes'sdeath. POLLARD 'BURNED by the fire.DO'IE.
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.that this. will be remedied tomorrow and laborers" are .ahkponr\ $etber- PROTECTORY
Money has no value as there, is. no John M. McGuire.
it : :bias Patrick McGuire was notified WILL NOT
place .to; pend IN PHILIPPINES
Plenty'of provisions are being sup- Friday that her brothe"1aW'John By Associated Press. AT DEL""BURNED"

BERT E Y EFFORT MADE'TO plied from other towns and.-much is i-M, 'McGuire, died Friday morning at .Brewton, Ala.; April 21. Fire this ,
being brought in; from the. country his residence in Mcfoile Mr. Mc afternoon destroyed the Lindsay' ENTER ZION TODAYBy

surrounding the 'city' By Associated Press. Guire was ,well known in this city, Lumber Company "mill 'Pollard..
ASSIST THE HOMELESS The city Is under: martial law. Washington April' 21.-The war rwasi'a brother of the late Patrick McGuire The loss is one' hundred -and twenty By Associated Pits
department today received a 'message and was the father-in-law of five thousand dollars: Cincinnati, April 21.-The boys Associated Press
San 21. Among 1 I from General Leonard Wood, at ,lEn&IneerStearns of the Lv & N. :railway '''protectory, a Catholic institution Chicago April 21. Judge Wright,
Francisco April
the homeless hundreds _in Jefferson SUFFERING ROM Manila, saying that the town of Marl He was for a.long time sat WOOD.. .ALCOHOL KILLS'THREEVIRGINIA; near Delhi was burned this afternoon in the circuit court today, decided
NO "
park The quina had-beeo-swept by flr.3. Many geant of police in Mobile' but was In MEN causing a logs of three hun that Dowie cannot occupy Zion City
tonight conditions good.
are homeless "The failing health ,for several years. He dreg thousand dollars. Two hundred tabernacle! : tomorrow as he plannedto
rellef .and.'starTing.
sufferer committee, has supplied every have: THE>> LACK OF FOOD government is ''rushing assistance Ho was confined to his, home 'since Jan- RoanoSe, VaA special from Bradford boys-were cared for in he Institu nThe court decided that Yollv .

been with food, blankets the sufferers /, nary. His 'daughter- Mrs. Stearns. of Va.,' says three 'men are dead tion. FIve buildings were destroy. can use the tabernacle. bowie at
An issued and many tents used. I FranciscolAipr\2'VTGIroin--:- daybreak' Fire also destroyed Pasil., .nee r this city, was with the;time ofhis' there. from drinking; wood. ,alcoholkbii' ed. The loss is covered by insurance : once abandoned his plan '*to go d
effort has.been made to secure aMt i !San death. li; wl1WI ', : .' Zion City to-morrow. 5a
> of the dead but the.civil and mill today steamers. _'from&. Oakland.,'[,Cebo. _


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ii'tI}l'iJi"1.o"11'!: "'..., WILLIAM JOHNSON & SQNC4


I, I ,& ;000.i; ; .. $o MONDAYwe '10' Yards of lawn for 39c 10 ,Yards Lawn for 69c

It! : WM. JOHNSON & SON & have will selected inaugerate 100 pieces the first from Big_regular Lawn stock Sale ,of and the devided season.' them We :f 50 pieces taken from regular 50+ pieces to select from,

into two seperate lots. The first lot prices range up to. 15 ('stock and :offered to you at some pieces are worth up to

[INCORPORATED! & cents, here special at 10,yards for 69 cents. The second lot,

c, I prices range up to 8 cents, here special at 10 yards for 39 the ridiculously low price of J5 cents. New patters fine

YK. .. cents. 'We have selected these goods especialy for Monday's JO j yards for 39 cents. I I Sheer goods. Special \0 yards

3; Tetley's" quick selling. Remember, sale begins promptly. at eight
t eaSt ttyrty, I Colors absolutely fast. for 69 cents. Not on sale

; Not sale before 8:30.: before 8:30.Underprice
1ft' Are Served Free By An Expert I on : .

A CHARMING SILK Warm Weather Specials

L1. i In Annex t tft FOR SPRING WEAR 50 dozen Granite 'towels at : Sale of Linen
at 10 cents or 3 for,, 25 cents,
Shantong, the,silk that won'tsplit.
l EITHER HOT OR ICED. fashionable silk full Slze Suiting.WhiteCream
The most Arrivals. ,
19 cents for Imported Mad- Hosiery.Pearl .
: Note-In brewing TETLEY'S TEAS f5.fif Shantongi in a full range of ,
ras. 19 cents for Satin Check
hues including Alice
is needed than for WhiteBlueand
greater care ordinary &
Gingham. 19 cents for English We have ;just
blue Alice and
the rich smaller gray many .
requires a
as quality
tfJ others for a few days only, at Canva Cloth 19 cents for Ecrue. All linen
F& quantity-a teaspoonful to three cups is + received new line pure
the sensational price of 60 cents French Ginghams.. 25 cents and Gold'
We invite all
$l; t".i suggested. cordially you to the yard. for all pure Linen Voile, the worth 50 cents. Special 39
to BIG
; come try a cup
f is r! of Tetley's Celebrated Teas. Remember, IT Note-Remember this silk correct material for summer Belt ofLadies' cents. Not on sale before
wear. Hosiery
.; it is served free, either hot.or iced. Nodrink is worth fully a $1.00, and it
; won't last long. These specials are for Mon Buckles 8:30.
sl r .' known is more refreshing and more t day. Not on sale Tuesday.Exquisite including all of :
f. soothing than Joseph Tetley & Co.'s Celebrated -
f From 35 to 75c,
s Teas. t1j Waists Parasols for Fine Embroideries and Laces.
. Lingerie Pretty Spring Ornamental New Novelties
Never before in the history of this

1j; i huE BIG Charming to the Eye. You will want a Back Combs such as store have we ever before shown sucha

dainty sunshade
Our collections are the $2.00.Cobweb Lisle,,,AH- fine collection of Embroideries and

most thoroughly complete to complete From 35 op to Laces. They include all of the new
,.: n n r iTO'WWWW and best selected in the city, outfit. your Here Collar Supporter Oves Lace, and fads out this season, such as Ruby Vals

,,! ,,' ,, from from 75c lace boot designs, and Round Thread Laces Irish
Ii } Visit the Millinery Ready-to-Wear Skirts
:, department before from 1.25 up to $3.50. New Ribbons, from Point Embroideries. Come and get our
m f $1.50 :
., t you leave the store. $3.50 to 900. In 'Annex. up and many others. 25c to $1.00 Pei[. i prices before you buy.
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Special to The Journal.
THE-CRANIE-SHEPARD}:: NUPTIALS I Tetiey's Tea is too COMMISSIONER J. A. WIGGINS Century April 21Mr. and Mrs; will give a dance

1'1. ,WEDN ESDA JONES-BRAD-. fine to be spoiled in ASKS FOR RE-ELECTION BY ''Mr.W. J.and Wiggins Mrs. J,.of f', Alco Booth.are Mrs.visiting WIg- :I Tuesday Night, April 24th, T

} LEY WEDDING ON the making. DEMOCRATIC VOTERlS.. gins is a site''of .Mrs., Booth. Ii i At C. K. of A. Hall.
:Messrs. Floyd Kittrell, W. A. Arnold .
THURSDAY.' and Ftetcfcrefv, Bowman were, in BARRIOS: ORCHESTRA.Admission. .
.i4 r Follow the direc. town yesterday: They had quite a il
Special to The Journal. County Commissioner 11'. A. Wig trip through Escambia and Santa 25cA
Grand: Ridge, April 21.Grand tions. gins of District No.4. is a candidatefor Rosa counties for the purpose of ,
J j I;idge has Just enjoyed two brilliant re-election and his anouncement purchasing horses. A DASHING AUTOMOBILE 5I'ORYMotorCar
K= 'Weddings of two of our most beautiful is made through the columns of'Thel Master Russell Cuyler has been ill Fine Line of J
: arid accomplished young ladies. Journal to-day. Commissioner' II saveral days with'm larlal fever. "
.; On Wednesday evening at the PENSACOLA BONDS gins is now serving his first Wig.j !Mrs. Sheehan has returned from A
ti, home of the bride, Mr. Shep Shep- having been elected to office in the her visit to Vie pine WOOl:' She'is TENNISGOODS :
?a and was married to Miss Mattie fARE NOW FOR SALE : general! county commissioner's\ land looking quite well and reports a most
f daughter of Rev. John MoCranie. slide two years ago. :Mr. Wigginshas delightful time. Divorce'B1
Rev., Culberson of Paceville Ga., offi been very active during his term I I Miss Eva Vaughan, Who has been
4, ciating. in attending to the duties of his ill is out again we are glad to note.
The, wedding march was playedby PEOPLE'S BANK ''IS OFFERING office, has built a great deal of good I :Mrs. Nat Miller nee Miss LUlie CLOSSER HALE
:J Miss C. F. Hare of Chatahoochee. I 'roads, and has given the' office his Hurrey, from Mobile Is visiting relatives BREEZY and delidousJy humorous motor-carromance-the'
': .Mr.; Mobley Oliver and wife and THEM IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT test ability ia discharging its duties.]I and friends' here. A fact that the hero and heroine are man and wife makes it
Mr. Chas Sims and Miss Edna Lee- I Geo. J. Slocumb for Justice. Misses Lottie and Bessie Rice with JUST less
PURCHASER.By RECEIVEDNew no a romance.
Pard were attendants. Messrs. Richard Jackson and Hilary
After the ceremony refreshments I he J.candidate glocumfo for, announces Justice of that the (Bryan; will attend the military' ball Tennis goods. Mrs.Ward a believer in the theory of the ten-year marriage
''a /were/ served to a large company of 'Peace a to succeed Judge Landrum inIXtrict at Fort Deposit ,Ala., Thursday Rackets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00 $2.50, contracts advanced by George Meredith, goes with her indulgent
11 frjendij who were present and a jolly an advertisement published else-! No. 2. ]Ir. Slocumb Is one Aipril+ 26. This will be the closing ,$3X30 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00, $5.50. husband on an automobile tour through France and Italy for the
t time was had until the midnight where in The Journal today it will be, of the best known gentlemen in the exercise of the memorial day pro Nets-$1.50, 250. purpose of securing a divorce on the grounds of "incompatibility
'.r train, when the took Balls-3 for $1.00.
bride and gram.
groom seen that Pensacolians who desire to expends to "
.3 the train for their future home at invest in the Improvement Bonds city all classes and ,his of acquaintance peoiple. He.was rensa- Mrs. Dr. McLendon, from Brewton, Fine line fresh spring Fishing of temper, which,in reality,do not esisL It takes another woman,
.r,art. Chatahoochee, where Mr. Sihepard which were just issued can do so by i c la's firet harbor master, but of late paid a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. ,Tackle; new and Of best quality. several accidents and the automobile to bring 111'80VanI to her
holds< the responsible position of as- consulting with the People's Bank.. years he has been employed in various R .Bradley. One thousand new Edison Records proper senses.
tit elstant S electrician. This institution is offering the bonds capacities about the city and Miss Ethel Jones, from Jones fromJone's just in. Come quick before they are. With 36 Illustrations, 10 of which are in Color, by Walter Halo
t- Jones-Bradley. for sale in any amounts to suit the II county courts and he is very familiar Mill, Ala, is visiting her picked ever. 12mo, Clot:!. $1.50
a. "Thursday evening at 7:30 atti brother, Mr. Houston Jones. Out of town orders
promptly filled.
i purchaser. interest being, payable' with the work pertaining to them.
,If your toobtller itun't it,the .
% 9 the Presbyterian church, Mr. Elijah iMoving pictures entertained quitea publishers wilt tend tit toot ostap paid
: I r;. Bradley led to the altar Miss semi-annually. People with money number of our citizens at the Century upon receipt of f rue.
i'' Rubie Foster Jones, daughter of :Mr. who are looking for safe investmentscan Impre blood runs you down-makes Club Thursday night. DODD, MEAD & COMPANY
hardly do better than few an easy victim for organic dis
and Mre. A. B. Jones. Rev. D. F. buy a you Our political friends are visitingus Publishers 372
F. B. BRUCE Fifth Avenue New York
lEllisor, of Greenwood officiating. of these 43a per cent city bonds. They eases. Burdock Blood Bitters purifiesthe quite frequently now. There are
3 +i Mr., Will J. Bradley brother of the are as'good as old wheat in the mill. blood-cures thecause+builds you many seeking public favors. Political
< groom acted as best man and Mrs up. plums must be delicious. I
u* Ellison as matron. Mr. B. L. Porter Regulates the bowels promotes easy There will be Episcopal services I ---
set : and W. U. Singletary ushers. natural movements, cures coastlpationDoan's ; !SKATING MONDAY AFTERNOON -_:: ; :.. '-::- ';' '''4.i- ___ ..
were to-morrow Rev. Mr. Bicknell will be -- &:.E': '''o b3 march Re'gulets.' Ask jour druggist LADIES AND CHILDREN, 4 TO 6.
; The wedding was played by with us. The school chH 'ren are.
x & Miss Fannie Luxmore. for them. 25 cents a box. SPECIAL RATES.: .. anxiously awaiting his return. They
; The church was beautifully decori think they can answer his last ques OXFORDSi'
ated and the happy union consummated -i SHIPPING- WILL SHOW AN $2T50 AND $3.00 STRAP SLIPPERS tion. ". ,r
under a majestic arch, studied EXCESS OVER LAST: APRIL: FOR $1.65 SATURDAY AND MON. .
;; "WIth evergreens and roses. Aftercongratutations .
fI" the happy couple Though the month of April is not:
: :went to the home/ of the groom. yet over it has been ascertained: ...... Win. Johnson & Son i. THE
.1' from a reliable source that the EXCURSION' TO-DAY. {,.:, .,
. ,LUSCIOUS BERRIES GROWN amount of shipping from this harbor: The regular Sunalay excursions on Tctleys' Teas served free in ... -
i 1 BY THOS. MCMILLAN ,will exceed that of last year during I the steamer Monarch are getting ( BOYS'ARE OXFORDS 1
<< 'Thos. McMillan the 'Sage' ofBrent's the same month. I quite popular. A crowd enjoys the annex) by an expert Either i : '
l' Station" presented The Journal The bay is a scene of busy activity ride on the gulf and spending the hot or iced. Call at the Big : : White .
; yesterday with a box of the finest to those who visit the waterfront afternoon on the gulf beach. Manager HERE .
4- ,, reddest and largest strawberries Laude steamers flying the' Flores'promises,those who attend Store and try a cup. There is :,
; i i that have been seen in Pensacola I flags .of all nations are anchored in the excursion this afternoon' a treatto flavor, fragrance and strengthin They're Boys' sizes. But they :
' ,
l''t this year They were grown on vines the stream and along side the va- some good music by Barrios.:
_'i'E that Mr. McMillan set ,out ,last win rious docks, while sailing vessels of Boat leaves wharf o'clock sharp. Tetiey's Tea. are built for all the world like Dock
.. ter ,and are a fine sample of what every kind are to be\ seen. Every our Men's styles. '. \ .
1it cambia county soil, climate, ana'' thing points to a good month in shipping I .. .' "
I ;; will produce. circles. VITAL STATICTIOS.Record .. :.-:
wa; energy; -- J The American
jni.. -'- of Marriages, Births and 10:30. route to Athens to compete for the
j "
I :.
j II world greatest .
I Deaths for Past Week. prizes will be assisted
The following is the record of marriages 1 THE BOY : In winning international records
te births and'deaths for the week A Frank Opinion. .:. by the fact that WHITE) ROCK was
i Your Blood ending April :21,. as reported by the 'A playwright : The: average boy wants Man- ': selected over all waters as the best
was discussing
county judge and city clerk: a ish Shoes. rather
Marriages. tiresome drama. j ,. their native shores.
and while
our "
{ s and whole in the'' Whites-Charles E. Bryant and "It was such a drama/' he t said, Boys' Oxfordsare -. ': WHITE ROCK and buoyant. strength
Needs purifying your system renovating Emma L. Wolfe Henry Mattthews "that a French playwright read oe-: stylish looking durabilityhas go together.

,. spring, as pimples, boils, eruptions, loss, of appetite and that Yonge and Mary Lamar Eagan, Quina fore a committee of the French'Society not been sacrificed. ''._ Ask your Doctor about it
.laT Cobb and Katie Caro, Carl Wells Mar- of : '
tired feeling annually Comedy.
"prove. tin and Jennie'feno Hallman Har- "
L Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most effective medicine ever ry A. Jeong and Minnie .Nowell "As the author plodded through All Leathers : The lewis Bear Co.
his second act he heard an odd sound ,-
a devised for the complete purification of the blood and the Colored-William Bayne- and Charlotte ; .
Rogers. and looked up to see a man asleep Vic Patent Colt. Patent Kid, DISTRIBUTOR
complete renovation of the whole system.It Births. and breathing heavily. Gun,Metal and Blucher Styles. t InPENSACOLA

will make feel better look better and Whites-To Mr. and Mrs. John G. He frowned. ; : FLORIDAI'
eat sleep .
you Oliver, boy; to Mr and Mrs. Joseph '
better and give you the best possible preparation for the hot V. Riera, girl; to Mr. and :Mrs. M. P. wake"Monsieur/,Please remember said; monsieur" ,. $1.25 to $3.00 -::.!.,1.:-'- /
Shepard, girl; to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie up. mon-, ,'-- --,
days of summer as over 40,000 people have testified in the Clark boy; to Mr. an4 Mrs. W. H. sieur that I am reading this play'to'

last two years. Today buy and, begin to takeHood's Fillingham boy; to }Ir. and Mrs. J. the committee in order to ge 'its
A. Farley Jr.. boy. opinion. How can a man who is
r Deaths asleep give an opinion?' BOSTON SHOE STORE
( SarsapariilaV White-R. J. Edmundson, 56'tears,
"But the other answered
heart disease.! gravely,? '

a V form, liquid, or in new form, tablets, 100 Doses.One Dollar. gie'Colored Dorsey.-.Anna E.. ,Brooks' ','S3,, Geor- "'Sleep is-an. opinion/... ... .. ,. :ASSIGNABLE_ FOOT FITTERS I i .

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STAR SHIRTS ; Wednesday
Monday .air Tuesday a JI

1: FOR I These Three Days will be devoted to ; I


IthSome f s Special Bargain Sales in some of the ; I

sumptuous, some simple, all smart, : I
h ya 'I' leading departments that ought to

in some with handsome cord effects., cuffs at' ,. -

tached to match, some with small' figured s .y.. I prove very attractive. .

t .
L.t designs, others with allover patterns in a '

) fri light tones. t ''' I Special 'Bargain Sale ofLadies' AGENTS SAMPLE LINE OF NECKWEAR White Goods BargainsWhite

I Check Nainsook 8c quality -

go on Sale! at Way Down Prices for . . . ... .!5o
I MuslinUnderwear. Toe and 15c White Lawn Hemstitched Sheer White India Linon, especial. .5c .
The Star and embroidered Col-
Brand Shirts a. ; ..YwA lars to go at. ... .. .I. ... .5c 18c White Crenfced yarn IndiaLinon ::
special . . .. ..1OcI
20e and 25c Fine Turnover Collars
'. special. . .. 10e Special' bargains in Sheer and Fine -
FOr Three Days Only I at the.FollowingPrices ) One box full of Lace .and .Em- India Linens Persian Lawns v- ;
SINCE 1840 : ibroideried Chemisettes and and Batiste at 19c 22'/2c' and 35c per

r4 ti.;,a fronts for Shirt Waists at spe- yard.
: 500 Cambric and Muslin Gowns cial bargain prices. Lingere Linens and Linen a.n.handsomely .

\ t $1.50 to $3.00 '' !Skirts and Corset Covers very 12 sample Waist Patterns of Suitings at special l. cut prices.
made regular
+ sheer, white Lawn embroidered 20c White Auto Suiting thorough
J- I garments for this sale choice..98sSOO .
I and Lace Inserting fl.50 and ly shrunk Irish Linen finish

t Extra quality Fine Muslin $2.00() value f or. .. . .'. .'. .... .98cBargains special .. . .. .. 15c
Standard Clothing Company Gowns, Corset Covers and 3ac. Bleached Table Damask special

Chemise, trimmed with embroidery in Waists .. .... . . . 23c
or tucks

I 'kff is .. # be at 75c for three. .....days. .. .49; 10 doz. fine 51.39 White Lawn 75c Bleached. . .Table... .Damask. .. .. .special .-4Sc:

z -----L--::--------------- Waists special! each . ..98c $1.00 Extra Satin Damask to go

75c White Lawn Waists all sizes! at. .. . . . . . 73C

Extraordinary Silk Sale to go at. .. . . .47c BARGAINS IN NAPKINS AND
Finest $L50 White Lawn Waists

8000 yards of New Louisine and special . . . .$1.19 LUNCH CLOTHS.
Taffeta Silks from the Great Mill Be sure to see the special bargains
in Lawn and Linen Lingere Waists at Special
Clearance Sale; 12000 yards of Jap $2.98, $3.90 and
$1.69, $1.98, $2.39
Silks in dotted checked, and Printed $7.49. These values are positivaly MON I.I Y

effect picked up by our New York unmatchable and of the very .latest

buyer at a big sacrifice; all to go on models. Bargains

Sale Monday Morning. These are 1- I 1best 1-
J "; .rfM positively the greatest bargains you Bargains in Skirts 9"(II I o'clock I only

have even seen and will certainly
Best 15c Edinboro Zephyr thug'Navy -
.. make lively selling while they last. black of black, Wool Skirts
I II . .. .. hams and Chambrays choice
II I Silks regular $2.2- value 1 $1.69 .
I Finest plain Jap styles, a great bargain at .. .9o
SAFES 1 SAFES 59c quality all colors to at. .35c $toO Mohair Skirts in. black or
SAFES go 36-inch White Dotted Swiss15c ,
special . . .$2.95
Buy.Diebold Safes LARGE, fiRST .COMMUNi011'IAND i 40c White! Jap Silks to 'go at. .21c $5.00 navy New Circular. 'Mohair i Sicilian value, for this sale..8'/Zc{'
Onel Idt"of. very Stylish and new Ladies' Fine Black or White Lace
Skirts, latest models, specialbargain
Scarritt Moreno, Agent.COTTRELL .Jap Dress" Silks, choice color .'. .. .'.$3.49 Lisle Hose roe value specIalings
.l 'CONFIRMATION CLASSES special for this sale.. .. 49c $7.50 New 'StYl Mohair i 'o rPana- 3 pairs for' 51.00 or . .35c
75c and 89c Louisines and Taffetas lOc and 12 Percales special for
ma Skirts, in blue, black or
,. . ... '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. all Stlk in dainty checks and navy special . . .. .$5.90 this sale. : : .8V cHair
line, choice styles, only..49c 20 yards good 36-inch Sheeting
$8.00 Queen Gray Panama Skirt
Pensacola . ..
Fla. Domestic special for $1.00
Nannie Sweeney.Hilda Bicker Lola 'V 59c and*Coc Fancy Louisine Silks new style speciaL.. .$6.90 :
l __ _. Busy ceues Will Be Enacted in Cusaehs Edna 10 yards Stout Sheeting Domestic
Shepard, Agnes to go Tit. .32c Special values in Fine Skirts at
: Bamfell I for . . . . .39c
Fannie Bell, Nellie :Mullen\ $7. .0. $9.49 and $11.90.
WEDDING PRESENTSCut Dozens of other bargains in Silks
25c Drawn Work Dresser Scarfts
s and Sterling Silverware Local t Catholic 'Churches :Cornelia, Glackmeyer, Florence Carlo : too numerous to mention here. Come Special Bargain in Silk Shirt Waist special .. ... .. .. . .12c
/ Modeste Muller Mamie BondLettie : them. Suits at $9.49 $10.49, $12.80, $16.50
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S.,Palafoi SL Today. Martin, Catherine Stewart : and see and $19.50. lOc White India Linon for this

... Grace Rielly, Nellie Groskoffer, Em' White Wash Skirts in duck, pique sale
TURTON & BELL-.- ma' Fredricksen Merc J'es Kuester.Ethel Bargain Sale I of f T ere h on and linen at special prices. Finest 25c Persian and French
Hansen Dolores Hansen, Clarence 'Lawns 45-inches wide, special
N J. New Belts New Veilings, New Neck.
PHOTOGRAPHERS S Nri(1B70. THE PERSONNELSeventy Stokes Robert Carlin, Franh ... an d'nw 1aThread Laces wear. per yard. . . . .... 19c
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. Harris Reuben Massey, John Rosario Mill Ends of finest 15c Printed

---- Clarence Pent, John Hum 1 5c and Sc Torchon Laces for this CLEAN UP SALE OF REMNANTS Lawns and Batistes special..6Y2c

R. K. WHITE phreys, Charlie Humphreys Clement' sale . . .. .. . .3 jZc All Remnants of Wash Goods,White
Watchmaker Condon James Graham, Richard! lOc and 12J/'C Torchon Laces, Goods, Ginghams, Collcoes and Domestics Sale ofEmbroideries
in special
Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate the Communion Classat Gonzalez Samuel Sara Eveleen Gar Bargain
i to regardless of cost
Optician,30 S. Palates Street Pensacola Fla. relli, Angela Faggioni Mama, i . i ..5c go "MISSES"'HATSAT -
L St Michael's.BISHOP Monti, Mamie Conway i Special bargain offerings of LADIES' AND
At St. Jospeh's. 1 French ,and round thread Val
Tersely ToldThe At St. Joseph's church Bishop Al- Laces at 25c 39c 50c and $$1.00 per 50c Ruffled Silkoline Pillows *
: . spe.29c at 5c, 9c, 15c and 25c
len will confirm a large class. Thir' dozen. cia .. . . .
ALLEN OF MOBILE WILL Ladies' and Children's 50c Sailor The Greatest Embroidery Event of
ty-three are girls and boys, and about!
protracted Sunday schools in ADMINISTER CONFIRMATIONAT twenty adults. The confirmationwill I $1.25;) Hammocks to go at... .... 95c Hats, special..i .. .. .. .. .25c: the season.Don't .
the city will: hold a union meeting at take place at 7 o'clock mass. !

the First Presbyterian church todayat ST. MICHAEL'S" AND ST. JOSEPH'S The class will march from the rectory -i
the Great .
11 o'clock. forget
CHURCH THIS MORNINGAND to the church with Bishop Al-,
Southern Hotel arrivals: Jno. S. len in the lead. The church has been':

Williams! Jr., Florida; P. J. Bagon, AT WARRINGTON THIS decorated for the occasion and over
Birmingham; T. G. Ballantine, Al- t the arch at the entrance is inscribedthe Clean-up Sale Remnants !
AFTERNOON. words: eloom3 to our
bane: N. Y.; J. F. Mathes Holley. .
Hx: C. B. :Miles Charleston, S. C.; Bishoip." The personnel of the class

K. Xyston, F. W. Munby N. Y.; Geo. Is:
M. Powell, Montgomery Ala.; Moss St Michael's church will undoubted. Marie Becham, Edna Stephens, Anna -
Hall, Missouri. ly be crowded at high mass at 10:30: ,Burnette, Anna -Silmiplicio, Annice IflOfl&G@a

The members of the Chamber' of o'clock this morning.. The ,occasion Winn, Sadie Mason, Genevieve .
Hicks, Fodh Cole. Audley Stewart,
Commerce is that seventy young misses ana
are requested to send to
Winifried Arrindell Bernice Floyd,
Secretary Jones, the names of their boys will make their first holy communion
Carrie Barrios Ethel Collins Helena
and a class of fifty-four will
cat of town friends to whom they
mould 1 like the 1905 annual report of also be confirmed by Bishop E. P Collins, Mary Brown, Fanny Wells _m f 'TDI-'IL
the Allen of Mobile. Joe Sara ossa, James Harris, Pres-
Chamber of Commerce mailed. I a
cott Suno Wham Grant, Frank
The large first communion class has! 3Y. -
Frank A. Jones of San Francisco, been studying for some time and the i I Gagnet, John Stevens, Walker Het.fI&ndez. -
National Preskfcnt of the Marine William Collins Arthur Barrios -
of which is
importance step al Tetley OPERA HOUSE
Engineers Association arrived in the great one in the Catholic church has I John Fowler, Morton Johnson, 'A Welsh judge had before him a

city last night on his annual tour of been fully explained to those who will I Edward/ Bargett, Frank Collins, Wil- case in which a printer sued a pork u
the United States. There will be II Edward Frank Collins Wdl-
a partake of the sacrament. In addle Eadgett ; butcher for the value of a large parcel -
special meeting of local No. 81 ,to- Ham Sarragossa, Edward Borras.At Tea MAY 2nd, 1906
; to the of be
tion class fifty-four to of paper bags with the butcher'sadt'ertisement
right at which the national president Warrington.In
confirmed there will be a number of
wm b welcomed .by the members the afternoon Bishop Allen will printed thereon. The Three Act Comedy
adults who will receive the sacramentof
of the order in Pensacola.! go to Warrington where ha will con- printer, having no suitable illustra- .
Fred Branch who is connected. confirmation The: Class.: firm a large class .tion to embellish the work, thoughthe has a hold upon JUST FOR FUN -- &';-7 : }
with Chicago, Rock Island and PaiSc
Those who will receive their first improved the occasion by puttingan
(' Railway Company at Wilburton, By Local Talent
I- T., is visiting ATI Pitts. communion are: Your Property.All elaborate royal arms above the the finer tastes.It Under the Auspices of the Junior Guildof crt
Henry Schwalenberg, Willie Merritt you had before your marriage is man's name and address, but ultimately Christ Chuch. Tickets on sale April ,9
Adrian Farinas, Dudley ',McHugh Jno..1 still yours, and in most states you have Book where seats
Only half the quantity of Blue Ribbon t the latter refused to pay. 30th, at Coe's Store
Rafferty DanBergin, Edward Shep- also the sole ownership of that which never lets he reserved.
Lemon or Vanilla is required. Absolutely I The judge, looking over a specimen, go. can
pure. Goes twice as far. pard, Walter Durant, Frances Durant you acquire after marriage. l"Qur"right
that for his he
George. Bonifay Cameron Bon'fay, minded husband will wish you to observed part thought 1

SKATING MONDAY AFTERNOON John Johnson,- John Sweeney Eujane, your property stand in your havef,t the lion and the unicorn were much

LADIES[ AND CHILDREN, 4 TO eSPECIAL Bonifay Willie Florence, John Davis, that it may be 'free from the possible! nicer than an old fat pig. "Oh, 3Ir. Crossly-Well, what do you
RATES. Clarence O'Leary Clarence Chris, attachment of his creditors. If your I well," answered the butcher'"per mean by inviting him to call at this
1 Bowen Gonzalez Eoulhac Anderson Jno.Jluler. property or part of it be real estate haps your honor likes to eat ani- house so. early in the morning/ ?
Russell I -Kodakers !
LAUNDRY LINES. !!" Villar.Harry Quina Michael, Louis deL> stro.ShuttleIworth. remember that the law of the state in; mals like that, but my customers Mrs. Crossly (sweetly-Why) I

I 1 Ray Shuttleworth Louis Sco- which real estate is situated governsall don't. I don't kill lions and unicorns thought he would like to see you

Soaking handkerchief all night in lare Joseph Barberry>\ (Frank Barberry -I matters concerning it. All your ; I only kill fat pigs!I" Verdict glen breakfast- is a few minutes

Strong salt water will greatly facilitate Charlie Cope Jos.. McEvoy property'is subject to the laws of your for defendant./ W"870 Xews.
their washing. Guitano Mirabella Louis Boli, Walter domicile. Some states require a man I We Develop and
Anderson Florence iBobe Hilda Griffin -I to Join in a deed of his wife's propertyeven 1
Disraeli's Hifalutin.
When washing flannels get rid as
Willie Moody, Lillian McDonald, though the property is really DOCTORS ENDORSE HERI.-ICIDE/
Ouch can One Mr. Disraeli Finish most of
dust and dirt as you possibly Get advice such hers'l night was among
Concettina Mirabella: Janet Farina'1 legal on points. -- _
by shaking and brushing before plung- Nora Farina Alice Stranter, Lill'an seldom safe to be a party to the the Churchills' guests, and an anecdote Because Its Formula Is Submitted tc j ,7 L-
bs Into water. I Harris Mary Boraz 'Bertha }Beovich fer of property without it-Caroline J'I j of, his visit may be preserved."I Them. the amateur pictures

After blankets have been washed andhung :Mary Murphy .!(Elizabeth Murphy; Cook in Good nouse"":", ng. thinksaid, Lord Randolph, discussing .
McMillan M. D., in Pensa
on the line and are thoroughlydry Mamie Leason, Leona Davis- Annie with his wife their party Alexander d i
dry with a carpet beater. The Earbang Tessie Clark Cecily .J prominent physician of Lansing,
after it had broken "that
Clark.I I up, Dizzy Michigan writes: "On three cases I I
wool will become light and soft like Annie Nee Naomi i Marzoni. : *
Dew Wallace. Maggie Hollifleld Francis ,enjoyed himself. But how flowery'and have ,tested Herpicide for dandruff
Dan!! The most intensely exaggerated is his language! and the result has been all that
Christi, Jul'a. Johnson Rosalind I
In white spreads or any "
large laundering ie-Is. Etta Pent: Anna Quina, Mary! interesting book ; 'When I asked him if }he,would have could be desired. .
piece where difficulty is experienced I Ii Herpicide is made upon an entirely Reason -z
Cusaehs, Elite. Conway, Ruby Burns I more wine he replied, 'My dear ..
soiled spots 'F any that is, that danflruff
in the principle
finding large new Cop1rizht 1906
* grad plan is- to fasten a piece of Ada ublette Johnson, Irene, Bertha Palmas!!Neal Kmire:, Fidelia RuPert -I'I i "The Road toWellvflle" I II Randolph, I have sipped your excellent and falling hair are caused

black| < silk thread to most soiled places. I champagne; I have drunk your from a microbe that infeste the
Monica Get Our Prices!
The I I claret have tasted de- hair bulb, and, by destroying the The Latest Fad !
spots can then be easily detected. I. The class whom. Bishop Allen "'m. 'good ;. your
\ ': hl U microbe one's hair is bouna' to grow
Ironing silk' wheu wet gives it a confirm Is: licious port-I will have no more!I' tUXUI':ant1y. Herpicide is the only BENCH-MADE ClOTHESPopular

smooth, glossy appearance but shcuM Manuel Johnson.. Gregory Quina, Found In pkgs. of "Well'said Lady Landolph, laughIng hair remedy, that claims to, and really

the waist get dry before it is ironed dip .. Edward Swaine Herman Hall Herman I "he sat next me, and I.particularly does destroy the dandruff germs KAUFFMANN Prices All Styles.
k in clean cold water and roll in a Cope Alfred Bradley.. Leo. Cox. Grape-Nuts remarked that he drank noth- For sale by W. A. IXAleniberte,

ctoth. DO not sprinkle water over it. Tom Iooney. Albert Quina. Rider but little weak brandy and wa druggist:: and apothecary, 121 South Jos. Coleman
ing a
Hoffman, '
*3 that would make it look rough andblotchy Lannan, Langley Bell. Earl' and Postum Paiafox street or send lOc ..-tamps :.
"Life of
when ironed. Carl .Hoffman Frank .Johnson'l I ter."-From Randolph for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit 212 S. PaiafoxWW $t. .,.
Thomas Ericheoa, Martin Churchill." Mich Romana and Paiafox)
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? turn 'to the old convention method.As .r making West',Fkwida'. bright aa
Governor Folk well says the primary representative daily. .I feel proud of, and It is growing better Political Announcements; I

.ltnlal h\Jfontnal is so "manifestly the right, every day.
Metropolis. u _
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and honest metho4 '
proper The Easter edition of The Pensa Jacksonville M tropoJl.. RATES. For Justice Peace '!District
r _,u nominations:that it is hardly was with No. 3.
w-- -- I party coIa"Journallast'Sunday a most The Pensacola Journal, The rates for political announcements -

necessary to comment 'on it," excellent effort in newspaper production usual; enterprise, got out an Easter not exceeding 8 lines, to run I hereby announce myself ju '
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. but-that Is an every-day occurrence edition last Sunday, which was an- of are follows -candidate for the 'office of JUStIce
I till th -prlmary May J5, as
I $ Municipal ownership of puiblic utilities with The, Journal,' which Is one other monument to the energy of Editor :' the Peace, District No. 2 subject i>i>

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY is now being discussed in. Tampa, of the best papers in.,the state and Mayes and 'h's.staff.! It was in The Daily Journal 4 .,., ." .,.,,.?10.00The ) the action May of lJth.{ the and Democraue :j

::1 \ ...BY... with the usual tommy-rot about the South-. for-that'" matter.' three sections, twenty-four pages, Weekly Journal.......-........ 5.00 mary fully ask the support would of the rest tier-*,,..
sa and full of interesting matter, locAl These ,rates are strictly cash in advance :
'corporation to able vote of the good
ability of a private citizen pZ
Apalachicola Times. and well as advertise- : I 1
THE-JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK general, as ; aijd no announeement will be sacola and Escambla <
I serve the people .better than they can The Pensacola'Journal's Easter edition !. ments t The number of big display Inserted?or:run under any other con- Very respectfuiiv coumv\ :

_nJu_1Jvurvu---uusMn-s--u- -jsjw&r- -- -uujtwj'J serve themselves; But Tampa like was a splendid numiber of that "ads." testifies to the hard work of ditions.! 1 1 J. L.
1 enterprising newspaper. the of that department, B. BELL
community manager;
other Intelligent -
President and General
Manager. S S. Bernard whom many Jacksonville For'the State Senate.
will doulbt in time own and operateits I hereby announce my
no -
cand.daefor :
-w w- Gainesville Sun. ] people will remember The fine showIng -
4 John S. Beard a candidate for the the office of Justice of
water works and lighting systems, The Peasacola Journal of: last Sunday has made in the p.4{>
MEMBER THE PRESS. department ; nomination to the State Senate in the for the Second District of
ASSOCIATED. just as, it now proceeds to' doJt .own contained 24 "'pages; and it wa past year culminated In last Sunday's Democratic, priman 'Celled to be held I County subject to the Democ"Es-ar! *,.

H- w WuL --wn5 street paving and run its own police one of the 'best papers we have seen edlttyn: and yet may be surpassed In Mar 15th, together with other speak. Primary to be held May 15th ; :(

:; SUBSCRIPTION RATES. and fire departments. turned out in Florida In many a day. the coming year. for Pensaeola l 10S a era, will address the people of Es- R. L. NICHELSEN
,, It was the Easter number. The Jour.;![ thriving and rapidly-growing city.. cambia county upon the political Is- -
One Year.$5 (00 .. 45 '
One Month..v....... '
of at the
sues the .day following I hereby
Six Months ............... 2 50 One Week......%......... 1() anounce myself a (iL
I and
-t.. Three :Months..... ........ 1 25, Weekly Edition, per 'y ar.l OC John.S. Beard on {.t <-+< .. +: .x.X. .M("( "; times places:! date for ths office of Jus'ice of '"
Molino, Friday night April 20. Peace for District No. 2. subjer ,
the Floor of the Senate.J. i i Bluff Springs, Saturday, day time, the action of the Democratic Prmu :
The Said of Pensacola April 21.Muscogee. :May 15th. '
I Only Pensacola Newspaper ,From WhIch Detailed Campbell Avery, Jr has withdrawn ,
7.- Monday night, April 23. JD. GOS3
J- Circulation Statement Can Bo Secured. from the race for State Senator I Brent's, Thursday night April 26.
from Escambia This and (
county. '=::
nuItur jj_ Myrtle, Grove.. Friday nfght April For County Treasurer.I .
leaves John S. Beard without opposition '
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27. _
Offices 108 and 110 East I Papers on Sale on Trains any now.and It he is is.Mr.likely Beard's not ambition to have .wv-c---J.AI4................'=._y ..-. :.-.:. ...- .. :. .. _ y..y.ww.-to6."!'._ ...'_ I Ferry,Pass, Saturday.' day time May will be a candidate in tht (;
Government. Phone 38. NewsStands.Juv'JsJ.mJ.uvu 5th. cratic primary of May 15 for rt-nuu.
t and at all if elected, to be.president of the 5
Millview 3. nation to the office of
Thursday night, May county tre4 ;,
State Senate, Mr. Beard's great Kindly Remembered. be put onto >Ul
< of will soon
: new ,inspectors er. The support of all
I McDavidvFriday night, May 4. democrats
.kv abilities and general popularity will Pensacola. 1 i Seventeen ,
; at
.The naval station see that it is kept so Nix's Precinct, Tuesday night, May be appreciated.
PENSACOUV, .Fl/>RJDA, SUNDAY :MORNING, APRIL 22. :1906tt make him a formidable candidate has been kindly remembered In the men' took the examination for sanitary J. ED. WILLIAMS

-u_ ,. for that position.-Jacksonville Times- appropriations, and the ,excellent location -II inspector last Saturday and from 8th.Beulah, Thursday night, May 10.

-S I Union. at that harbor will be made those who pass will be selected the Pensacola (Seville, Square) Friday I hereby announce myself a .
Li Insurance CompaniesMust sufficient reason-no one outside of a As our contemporary says, Mr. better than ever. There: is no denying extra men authorized by the city coun night, May 11. '// date for the office of County h!""'In',-.

representative In con'gress himself Beard will have no opposition' and the fact that this pert should be cil ,some time ago......lAndalusia.News. Pine Barren, Saturday: night, May er of Escambia county, subjec' '0 m ur'

Bear Responsibility wants a four-year term. The house is ha will go to the state senate .s kept up in the best manner, as the 12. action of the Democratic primar..
j President Morton of the Equitable supposed to !be representative of the Escamlbia's unanimous' 'choice" for the government has already expended considerable 'Pensacola Spongers. May 15, and respectfully so.iut 'Ct

} i :Assurance Society Is out in a statement people, subject to their changing will, position. But if anyone thinks John S. money there and it wouldbe A fleet composed of 14 vessels, For- a mistake to not keep it up, being manned by Greeks left Pensacola _. JOHN G. \VEU2t
i :, In which he shows that nearly and any proposal to lengthen the term Beard will permit either his friendsor such a convenient station.Gaines.Sun. Monday for the sponge beds on the '
am a candidate for representative ::!-
30,000 holders of small policies in his of their representatives there is .simply ,his enemies to shelve him -in the east coast of the pennsula: of Floridain in the lower house of the state' I hereby announce myself a cana-

company have allowed their policies a proposal to place that branchof presiding officer's chair, h.3 is tre- ,. .ss a the vicinity of Tarpon Springs. legislature, subject to the action of date for the office of Count IF as.

the federal Beard's Aspirations.Hon. The vessels have been fitted out at the Democratic of 15.I urer subject to the action of the
:ij4 to lapse as a result of .the very general government just so mena'ously; mistaken. rrimary May Deaiocratlc : -
much further from the Beard John Beard, of Pensacola, is the expense of Pensacolians who believe and Twill appreciate the support of Primary.
controlof consulted '
airio'* which the company got away We haven't Mr ,
a'candidate for the state senate from! there is a 'good profit to be all ,democrats. ; THOS. F. WRIGHTOX
5 through the investigation and
newspapers. S .the constitution is to''be: amended, bition" Is, but we do know one the event of his election to, the-position of the gentlemen Interested to For- Tax Collector.

If 30,000 policies have'lapsed in the the first change should be one which thing- .where there Is any talking to that he wilt become a.candidatefor eventually take the catch to Pensacola ,1 am a candidate for member the

r:4: I Equitable a proportionate number the people have long demanded, viz: be done ha is not going to be ragged president of that "body.-Tampa for curing and shipment and it is lo\ver house in the state legislature I hereoy announce myself a can.i
Herald. .. expected that a large business will develop from Escambia county in the Demo- date for re-election to the officr have also lapsed in the other companies An amendment providing for: the election -with the altogether secondary honor ; '< of
in time. Miami Record. cratic primary May 15, and will appreciate Tax Collector for Escambia count.,
ig1 and as the most of these repre- of United States senators by of 'the presidency of the state sen-.' Ambition Not Lacking. as the support of all Democrats. at the primary to be held on JL> i*

sented the small, or poorer class of direct vote of the people. This changehas ate. :John S. Beard win be found on Rumor has it that in the event of .Endorse. Parkhlll, CHAS. M, COSTON. 1906. I: solicit your vote.

4k1' policy holders, the effect of the in- been wanted for years. There tha floor of the senate. his election to the senate, Hon. John The members of I'the -bar of Pensa Respectfully

i1 surance mismanagement has of has teen no doubt as to the popular Beard will aspire to the presidency of cola have endorsed the candidacy of I hereby announce myself' as a J. S. ROBERTS
Somehow we cannot help but feel the !body. The Sifted Pensacolian is Judge C. B. Parkhlll for re-election to candidate-for the'lowsr house of the
course fallen, as such things always desire for it. The house of representatives Florida legislature subject to the action At the solicitation: of friends, I !her-
that Governor Broward and the Jacksonvilk not lacking in ambitlon.PalatkaTimesHerald. the supreme bench of the state.-
mi do on that class of people who are has on four different occasions Gainesville Sun. of the Democratic primary on by announce myself a eanudar: : {fo-
dailies are each partly responsible -1 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I the office of Tax :
May '
? least able to bear it. adopted it by a two-thirds vote. A subject o
I for the bitter feeling that! the action of the Democratic
majority of state Pensacola Wants Both. Milk Beats 'em All. Pnaun.
of legislatures have
Some the Insurance people lay
; i to exist between tb. Neither! ant candidate for member of the May 15. 1906.
-' I ihe blame for this altogether regrettable petitioned congress to approve .it, seems Pensacola aspires to imItate, MSlk has !become so pure recently in House of Representatives from Es NEILS McKENZIE OERTIXG
t the Metropolis nor the Times-Union sonville in having a United States Pensacola that tea, coffee and beer .
state of affairs on the newspapers and yet, in opposition to this unmistakable I' cambia county. subject to the Democratic
bas ever had any particular love for'I senator and governor two years hence. are at a discount Jacksonville Me. Primary. I earnestly solicit
9t and the investigating committee. as demand the senate led by For_County Commissioner Dist. No.1.1
far havd been. Jacksonville Metropolis. tropolis.
the'governor as we the support of:the voters of the coun
.4j: it was through them that the rotten- such immaculate dignataries as Platt 'as S The friends
able to see, and their continual nag ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. of C. F Zet'k amit-tur-

rE1 ness of the insurance companies was and Depew:, Gorman and Aldrlch has ging is no doubt responsible for the After the Mosquito. Beggs and Pistol Toters. him as a candidate for county; e<'!II im!!!"-.

made public. refused to obey< the plain voice. of Pensacola's health board is.. after Judge E. D. Beggs of the Criminal Tp the Democratic Voters of Escam Eioner from District' No I. -uin/ ." -.

!Ffti; They might just as well charge the popular desire,. and has never even somewhat heated rand uncomplimentary the mosquito and the places where Court at Pensacola keeps up his vIgorous bIn County: to the action of the Demoera:i, ';1 .
I' reference to the state press mosquitoes breed. Pensacola believesin fight on the "pistol toters." A At the request of many friends mary of May 15.
with being responsible for allowed the amendment
newspapers to come to a which the governor is reported:, to locking the stable and thus prevent white man a few days ago pleaded from the country and from the city I

the atrocities perpetrated by the, Russian vote In that august body, have made in his Jacksonville' the stealing of. the horse.-Apalachicola fcuilty before him to carrying concealed hereby announce my candidacy, ior For County Commissioner Cis!. No. 2.

4 ?i1 government upon some of its i With the -example of the upper believe that Times. < weapons. Judge Beggs gave him Representative in the legislature at
I helpless subjects. The newspapers! branch of congress, whose members speech. We do not the :* I an alternative sentence of $100 fine or the session! 1907, subject to the action 3 am a candidate for UUM.C > of 1 "
Peace in
I Jacksonville papers would Intention. Reported Christmas Trial.Representattves three months in the county jail and of the Democratic primary, :May 15th, the Democrat jHimai-> I
tV are making the world acquainted with are elected for six-year term. '
defying be held May 15th, 190b f>: ,nc: \
ally misquote Governor Browartf: from Pensacola and an additional sentence of'three months 1906, and I earnestly solicit the sup- *
Li these crimes' against. humanity and!I public 1i ntime it and spitting in nor do we believe that the governor New Orleans attended and reportedthe at hard labor. Thus he must suffer port 'of the.,pexuocracy of Escambia 2, Escambia County Forrla: : \"
civilization and public sentiment is. the face of popular demand assistance; will be apreciaied i- "
is it intended to charge the state press Christmas murder trial this week, imprisonment for three months even county.

'toeing formed In accordance with the! likely that the people will} vote to as a whole with being bought up for their respective papers, The Jour if he pays the fine and costs.-Jacksonville I favor liberal pensions for Confed- the Democratic,GED.voters J. 6LOCUM''

-1t- facts presented to it, tout no one but' place the other branch of congress nal and Picayune. Marianna Tim Times-Union. erate' soldiers and their widows. ..
q.- and. controlled, ,by.: the corporations. Courier. t < Uniform""school terms, giving the
; a fool or a knave would charge" the .i in apposition still further I hereby announce my cand'd.u, .
removed Sometimes however a man makinga Parkhill is All| Right.., country public schools the same
newspapers with being. ..
the! consequences of the conditions' day? Hon. John Beard Pensacola is uniform school book law, and No. 2, sm:) :
not really mean, 'but when that is can carry the day Hon. Chas. B. Park- to the action of the (Democratic
which they describe. I' The proposed amendment may af-the case the thing to do is, .to say a candidate for the state senate,' and 1' hill of Pensacola justice of the supreme free books' for thE&pupils of all public mary.

tri The responsibility for the wholesale ford Representative Cochran announces that he will make 'a vigorous -: court will be elected by an schools.
an opportunity not it'and that W. J. SENN01I
that he did nean:
canvass of 'the entire county unanimous vote. Parkhill's alright An efficient. law for the equalizationof
of small is with the insurance to make a < -
lapse policies speech, but it will usually asttles the matter., The Jacksonville Times-Union. Miami .Metropolis. taxes.:

companies themselves, although never ''be,ratified by a single etate in question of veracity between ,the governor scsa ass Good roads specially. for hereby announce my eamJlti
county commissioner fromtrict I' "
the. policy holders are of, the union. and' the newspapers should Working a NewPlan.Fenacola's Pensacola'a Strict Policy. Yours respectfully, No.2, subject to the action ''

: iI : course the losers. The rotten management I, now be dropped and: the drainage health board is going to The trict policy Pensacola authorities M. JACOBY. the primary of May 15th.
I The serious illness of Hon. Geo. try a new plan of ridding that city
of the companies which the question should be discussao. upon have inaugurated of screening JOHN A. MERRITTFor
W. Wilson, editor of the Times this spring of mosquitoes. It is that of fever regardless of For ,County Tax Assessor.
every case
114! investigation laid bare, the mis-use of its merits.
Union. is a matter of sincere con- of stocking all ponds and places where fever, regardless of type, for seventy
;; j trust funds, the disregard of public I will be candidate for re-nomina
water stagnates; with large numbers'ofminnows a County Commissioner Dist No. }
hours after its led
sentiment the political corruption of cern to'every member of the Florida Chas. S. :Emerson, the new editor ,. The latter destroy what discovery recently tion to the office of County Tax Assessor
to Montgomery -
'which the companies were found guilty state press, ev.ery member of whi h and manager of tha Tampa Herald, are commonly known as "wiggle tails" a and to correspondence at betweenthe In the Democratic Primary of May for I hereby announce my cami: i '
county from
hopes that he may soon recover and is making some gigantic strides in or embryo mosquitoes. Down this 15. I respectfully ask your support. DIM: :
: Mayors of the two cities. Mayor
-all things were enotfgh to W. W. No. .3, subject to the action of !Q
.be able to resume his work ot that way }it is kerosene oil yet-Jacksonville of RICHARDS.
shake the confidence of big policyholders again. the improvement paper. Teague' Montgomery wrote to Mayor v Democratic primary of May 15.

4, as well as little ones. And When the Herald's proposed new Metropolis.a a Bliss) on March 19 that a persis- 'A. C. BLOUNT JRI
tent in circulation there
rumor was
.the insurance companies are themselves Governor Folkon equipment in the way of machineryis A Good Showing. that Pensacola had several suspiciouscases hereby announce candidac. 'or
The Journal Printed my -
installed it may be expected to The Circuit Court of Escambia
solely and alone responsiblefor of fever which the authoritieswere re-election
to the office of county n> '-
It.Of the Primary System.Th bloom out into a regular metropolitan (Pensacola) met yesterday in spring investigating, and asked for official March 1000 missioner from District No. 3, suij J ":

course, policy holders should correctness of the primarysystem daily. term with seventy-five civil cases and information. Mayor Teague During to the action of the Democratic ill'!'
no criminal cases. Good for the western
I again wrote thanking him, and commending of : 15.
mary May
; have known that allowing to as a means of nominating border. Total of
i' a policy Jacksonville Metropolis. a
It will be a matter of regret to the the precaution; later he J. :M. ANDREWS'
}lapse could in no" way hurt the 'Insurance -'party candidates for office is so manifest people of the whole state that Railroad wrote Mayor Bliss that the rumor had

t ; company and must necessarily that all intelligent people now ComirfisBloner "Jefferson B. Mesh Not Procurable.Pensacola been traced to a man who, having visited I hereby announce my candir--! :.

$ be a great loss to the. policy holders recognize it as an axiomatic political :' is preparing to bar but Pensacola, was deceived by the 'SB7S0COPIES forCounty Commissioner from v

i themselves. It had not yet reached prinCiple. Browne has decided l not to becomea the mosquito, and has discovered that precaution taken and who expressed trict No. 3. subject to the action ''

In an address delivered at Des candidate for reelectlo1He: has the 18-inch' mesh for screening purposes regret 'at his mistake. Jacksonville the Democratic Primary of Ma>
-i that stage where the financial soundness provided for in the health ordinances -
Moines Iowa made a valuable member: of the com !Times., Union. W. A. SHELB'
on March 2 asf Governor
is not obtainable in the Unit
41 of the companies could be questioned ,
:Folfc ,o( Missouri, referred to mission. ed States, a thing that should have
and Builders ,
an ordinary policy in anyone are Busy. For County Commissioner Dist. No i
It as llows: been ascertained before adopting theordinance.
Pensacola ---
is another where
of them was ther rore just asp *>*iHeiHH! # city
The primary system is so mani-- .-JacksonvilleMetropolis.. builders will be busy all summer and or an Average of Ihereby announce myaelf a '*. '
valuable as It ever was. The .Jour festly the .right, proper and honest i S building labor is In demand. The city ro., date for re-election as count: .

zt nal tried to make this plain at the ivethod of making party nominationsthat i .VOX POPULI i ir After "Wiggle Tails." hall and other buildin'g are to be erect- missioner from District No 4 "

L time and warned policy holders not It hardly necessary to comment Pensacola's health (board is going to ed, besides several large edifices for 5,819 Jed; to the action of the Demi u .C

to allow their policies to lapse. upon it. Primary and anti-pass try a new plan of riddin'g that city this business' purposes, churches and private Primary of May 15.J..
laws spring of mosquitoes. It is that of A. WIGGj;:;
3ft But now that these evil results and other l legislation for the r residences. Pensacola with all
control of the illegal corporationsand BIBLICAL: TEXT stocking all ponds and places where the country about it, is growing rapid- 'tlAy
11 have followed, it will not do for the the 'protection of tEe public are ON THE EARTHQUAKE water stagnates with large numbersof 'ly.-Jacksonville Times-Union. I hereby announce myself as ". 0-

companies to attempt to shift the responsibility tot! party issues. They are great minnows. The latter destroys whatIs S didate for county commissioner fl

d. They are themselves responsible -moral principles, involving the wel-- Editor Pensacola Journal:' commonly known as "wiggle' tails." The Late Tom Childerson. The following figures: show The Pen District No. 4, subject to the ar b!

and they must bear tne fare of the ,masses of the people of Can you comment on this passageof or embryo mosquitoes.- -Chipley Ban. Tom CMlderson' died in Pensacola sacola Journal's circulation for eacn the (Democratic Primary May '.

the United States. (Whether a state scripture or aSksome, of our preachers nero S last week. 'He was a Confederate veteran day during the month} of March, 1906, H. C. CLOP') >'.

odium for whatever further Ills in this be republican or democratic, whether to, preach, from this .text:. 1st as a .
connection befall either, themselves Its majority be great or small Kin'gs' 19th. chapter, 11th and 12th' Will Expose Grafters. stu terer.. During the war Tom and daily: "! The friends of W. P. Bm\-o' In

t or'those who hold policies In them., whether }Jt be a-"close" state or not, verses? The Pensacola Journal comes to Jot Elston another Talladega man, March 1,5,700 March 17, 6,000 hereby announce him as a ealilll '

c41 _S_ it should haye on its statute books a "And he said,
'If the little town of Aaialusia, state wide, plurality primary election -upon the mount,before the Lord. And, bia county by reproducing in last Sun- outside the lines. They borrowed the March 3, 5,000 March 19,. i.... from District No. 4, sub jet" '"i

h-4 !Ala., is half as enterprising and progressive system... The public. should be behold the Lord passed by and a day's issue the ,editorial it publishedtwo passes of Dr. William Taylor, still living March 4, 6,100' March 20, 5,900 action of tha Democratic Pnnw! -

I- as its newspaper, the Andalusia given every opportunity to erpress great and strong wind rent the mountains years ago on "The Gluttons ,of at Talladega and then a division: March 5, >... March 21, 6,000 May 15th 1906.
its voice in selection of party nomi- and broke in pieces the rocks Spoil and Graft In the Last Campal! surgeon, and of the late M. H. Cruik March 6, 5,700 March 22, 5,900

;F1; News, :no one will make any nees. The ,primary. system gives before the Lord, but the Lord was not and enforcing it by another editorial shank, a member of congress from the March 7, 5,700 March 23, 6,000 For County Commissioner, Dist No 1-
(' 1!' mistake In pinning his faith! to it. that voice:. March 8 5,700 March 24
: in the wind. And after the wind an threatening "publicity" as a punisn- TallaJega district. Tom and Jot spent 5,900 I hereby announce candid 'f
1i !And yet, f in spits of the self- earthquake, but the Lord was not in ment. It says it will publish the the,day outside and did not look like March 9, 5,700 March 25, 6,200March' re-election to the office my of COunlY < .

Year Term for evident fairness of the system and the earthquake.: lAnd after the earth name of each man who "bleeds"' a congressmen or surgeons when they 10, 5,700 March 26, .... missioner from District No 5, SUD: ito
Proposed fire but the Lord candidate and of the whOpays March 11, ., ,1oo March 27, 5,850
I correctness of the principle on whichIt quake a was not in candidate tot to the sentries on their return. It the action of the Democratic: '
the fire. And after) the fire 'a still the money as soon as it hears of happened the officer of the day met March 12, .... March 28 5,900 of 15.
Representatives Congress.. is base there are still some :' March 13, 5,700 March 29 mary May
This 5,950
< small voice. a case. ought to "go tar toward them as they came up and presented STEWARD
;J. R.
tc Representative Bourke} Cochran of states whpre the< professional politicians !- &: SUBSCRIBER. curing the evil, and not only make the their passes. The officer took Tom's March 14, 5.750 March 30, 5,950 .

fr* New York, has proposed an amendment and'the corporate interests campaign leas of a burden to the can; pass and looked at it long and steadily March 15, 5,750 ; March 31, .5,900 0<
\have prevented it from didates but gtf far toward securingthe then looked March 16 5,800 < Board Public Instruction
to the constitution being adopt $$* *H No and, at Tom and said: -_
federal : providing < Total for the month. ..
purity of elections.-Jacksonville is 158,750
"What your name?
ed. It is of course only a matter of for rammer-
I will be candidate
$i that the terms of representatives THE JOURNAL'S Times-Union. -S Now Tom had forgotten which a
time until the primary system forparty pas Average day ,. .. ship in the Board of Public IU-.ll-
1 in congress shall be made four nominations EASTER: EDITION he had and was in distress. But he was per 5,879 in th, ;' <
will prevail In lion from District ,

Ii_ years instead of two years, 'as at i f .... ;.. t',;., ....<, .. 't "-. $H $H "' The Pensacola Screening will Ordinance not only compel -iii. bold. and He said looked: back in the officer'seyes I hereby certify that the above mary ejection.

present.In lends on how long It will take the citizens to screen their cisterns, bU$ IDM'dang! it, can't you read?"- statement is correct according to the WM. E. ANDERSONI

: td'r to make this chan'se, two- people to./'ma.kb 'their wishes felt in Tampa Tribune. will also screen any of its citizens Birmingham Ledger. records on file\ in this office. will be candidate for mewbr r-

S 1t thirds of each\ house_of congress will this kind of'legislation. The Pensacola Journal's Easter who have fever., An ordinance to1 this In the a Board of Public In--1 ration

,-h: haferto adopt the proposed amendment Flori&i passed through the same edition, issued last Sunday, was a triumph effect has been, passed bythe city. WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAVE ship from District No. 2, in the P"
for Editor Frank: Mayes and council-Bradentown Journal A
I and it will then have to be ratified ctrufgla for the establishment'.of the brainy hustling newspaper men a MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S ,- a mary election..

-4 \. by tae legfclature of three- \-4 l U1iU'1 t4>.... C ...s: : .l.i. ate. he has secured for< his staff of co- Health of Pensacola. SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHILDREN. MVcireulatjos. H. G. DeSILVAI

L Jourtha of the states. now..experienclnz, but the system workers. The paper was a monumental The health of Pensacola is extremely ,r
t iWe ..established success both. from a literary and good at present no serious Sworn to and- subscribed before me will be, a candidate for memwship :
tI think it perfectly safe to predict jiow I3 here to stay andt cases of Public Instruci', :.
this 31st of March, 190.4'PRaY in the Board
that Mr. Cochran'a ,amendment } would require a hardy spirit in- mechanical standpoint and shows of disease having. been reported for $2. 0 AND $3.00 STRAP SLIPPERSFOR day DICKEN from District No.3. in the primary
what sort, of talenta"nfr energy Mr. acme time past. The city ha.3: been $1.65 SATURDAY AND MON .
J JKUt, tail, and for one very good and deed who would even suggest a re- Rotary Pablic.S election.
Mayes in
has associated withhim in the put a sanitary condition and a corPs'j DAY AT WM.- JOHNSON & SON. L W.: !!. AGERTO.N'.

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BLEACHED DOMESTIC. Linen S UI.'td I S. Lingerie &1 0 th. Ladies' Vests.

2,000 yds Domestic, Peli ,

can brand, at 0 3 4c
50 pcs ((2,000 yds)) Figured- Lawn-our-8 l-3c 10 pieces, Solid Color Linen Suitings. 25c '25 pieces Lingerie Cloth, the popular material 60 dozen Ladies' Vests, large size, the lOc

value, 10 yards for_________ ___-____-690 values, special at________.__________12 '-Zc of the season, 25c values at____________ISc kind, special-__________________4 for 25o

Men's Oxfords. We. Never Forget the, Children. Do Your Husband a Favor. Moquette Rugs.

Men's Oxfords-Ralston Health and 'Crawford' Another shipment of Boys' Wash Suits, just Ask him to come in and see our assortment of See our new arrival of Moquette Rugs, Only

Special arrived, all colors, Linen and Pique, $1,25 to Shirts, Ties Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Pajamas, four prices-98c, $2,69 $4,39 and extra size,

at $3.50 and 54.CO $2.50. .' and Sox Galore 9x12, $16.50.


Our collection of Trunks is one you will l appre' In the past few days we have received many new items that will prove We have bsolutely the strongest line of Misses!

date Ladies solid leather and canvas, best quality, and Boys' Slippers and Oxfords to be found in the

extremely handsome at the price. See them before of interest to you. Among, them are, Ladies' Bathing Suits, Shoes and Caps, city Ask to see and 1 let us prove what we say. As .

you buy. Size, 40-inch cheap at $25, Fancy Combs and Ornaments; also shipment of Shirtwaists and Wash Skirts. high and as good as $3.00 per pair..


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ful electors of the election district in THE PORTLAND VASE.A ###!<3Hi #*' $
I H.i'
GENTRY'S Special Bargains which they offer to vote; who have .ie. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
I paid their poll legally due not
AND PONY SHOW FOR THE PRIMARY ? 'less than ten (10)) days before said M.aaterpiece'That- Long Puzzled Antiquarians CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB t
,For Few Days Only I primary election is held, and who shall I of Europe. STERLING SILVERWARE s
when challenged by any elector The workmanship of the Port- a

I pledge in writing upon oath before an land vase and the :material of whichit ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
SENTRY CIRCUS HERE TUESDAY Pursuant' to the call of the State Lot 40x240 W RomanaSt inspector his honor to abide by and exercised the % ?
is composed long'
Democratic Committee of the State of St. I support the result of such primary % CUT GLASSWARE. ;
WILL GIVE TWO PERFOM- Florida a primary election of the near Spring, I election and vote for the nominees ingenuity of some of the greatest %%

ANCES.. Democratic party will be held In Es- with 5 room house__$3250 thereof. antiquarians in Europe. Breval believed $
cambia' : 'county on Tuesday, Hay loth 6. Said primary election shall be it, to chalcedony; Bartoli, V i
1906 for the purpose of nominatingcandidates' !Lot 80x170: Romananear conducted in accordance with the primary Mon faneon, and others, sardonyx; *$ Engraving and Fine Stationery.
for the following offices: election laws of the state of ,
The circus season in Pensacola is1 1 1 Representative in Corigress' 3rd DeVilliers St-JlOOO Florida.+ ; The voting shall be by bal.l Count Fezi, amethyst; De la I *
not complete without the appearanceof Congressional District: l prepared and in accordance with Chausse.and ;Mason, agate, while M x
the Gentry Bros. Shows which will 2 Justices of the Supreme Court. the provisions of the State Election Venuti decided: that it was paste. Mail Orders Receive Prompt t Attention

play their annual engagement in this I 2 Railroad Commissioners., : Leslie L Brooks, Laws and shall be printed and dis- HYedgwood's,examination of the vase iii!
city next Tuesday giving two performances : 1 State Senator.' t tributed under the direction of this proved the last opinion to be the
at 2:15: in the afternoon and 2 Members of the House'' of Representatives Fisher Building. County Executive Committee. On .
correct one. A layer of white glass E. O. Jewelry Go. iI
at 8 o'clock sharp at nightThe :, "aid'ballot shall be printed the names .. a
large tents wil 'be erected at. County Asesor:of JTaxes. of; all candidates for national andstate had been"fused on a dark blue body, ALA. S
West Garden street. ] 1 Tax Collector! i tics of his candidacy and applicationto offices and]other candidates, as the exquisite figures being after- ;
Some of the prinicpal features of' I CountY",1ie urerf have his name placed on said ballot fixed 'by the state campaign committee ward produced in this layer by cut. .. i:$ +a"iii: #< ** 1J. I-i1f.-1Ji- .y-
this year's entertainment are 21)01 I r 5 County Commissioners. and also pay to the treasurer the; and next in order the names of 'down to the blue the --
; ting by gem .. ........................... ..
bighly educated ponies, 150 dog aC-, 3 Members'\ County( ', .,;Board. of Public assessment hereinafter provided.! Only!f candidates for ,county and" all other engraver, after ,the manner of real + ........' .. ...,. .... .
In all the
tarn that are almost human 75 mon Instruction 1 persons whose names are printed ,on;:offices. cases names + "
key, baboon and giboon comedians, 1 Superior.. of,, :n %!stra.tion of the official ballot shall be voted for I candidates.shalljje arranged in alpha- cameos Wedgwood also discovered djA
and .two herds of wonderful; performing Electors. > I' in said election. Said notice and applications -' bet'.cal order all substantially in conformity that the j'aaeLhad! at some time been
elephants and camels. Besides Justice .of.the" Pace;.Districts No. shall be in form ,substantially with the ballots used in general broken and-r'?1red. It was his opin- 0
the regular trained animal show the 1, 2. 4, 5 and 7. .4, as follows elections. ion tha the'head< which formed the
Gentry Bros have added a numiber Qf Constables,.plstrjcta Is'o1, 3, 4 and 1 Frank R?illy, Chairman 'Democratic 7; Tie inspectors and clerks to bottom of the ,vase was a piece of
new and 'novel features this year 7, conduct the first primary:election will
among them being a number of big Chairman Democratic, County Executive County Executive Committee. be appointed 'by the County Executive some other work that had been cut For' the Home :
and sensational circus acts which are Committee.. .' .' Dear Sir:-I flies this notice of, my Committee from,. a list submitted. for down and inserted in the place of I '
now-beiffg presented for the first time Secretary Democratic,County' Executive candidacy and application to have my each precinct by the members. of the the original bottom,which had probably ] -I,+ : i'. :
name printed on the official ballot, as committee from the precinct for : .Gives hot .water Instantaneously and is economical to.
l ap-
in this country at enormous salaries. Committee.: I at the time the :
.... ... been destroyed? I
The Gentry Shows are on a much 23 'Members"Democratic County' candidate for ... ..%t tha proval by the candidates at a meet- Twenty-five :Cubic feet of gas will heat twenty-five gallons .
larger and grander scale this year Executive Committee. Primary Election to' be held May: in'g, to be held .in the county courthouse vase itself was broken. i: .of .water to the boiling point at a cost o fnot quite .
I 1906. 15th'j By the :autumn of 1789 Wedgwood I. at a thousand., Let us install ai +
than on previous visits and are now 2. The name, of no person shall be in the city, of Pensacola on Sat' .four cents-gas $1.50
said to positively twice: larger than printed on theofficial, ballot to be I I am a white democratic I urday, April 7th 1906 at 8 o'clockp. ,,after many failures, had suc- i+ gas water heater. See those on display at our office. :

ever before. "The grand street parade used in said election, ,unless h; be,I Precinct ...... of Escambia County,: m. and all candidates are invited ceeded,in his arduous undertaking, ,, i 4e
one mile long comprising nine different certified as a candidate by the State the Florida principles and declare and organization my adherence of'the to.I and earnestly requested to attend this, and the first 'perfect copy, made in 4O
sections will) leave, show groundsat or Congressional Committee or unless I!I II meeting.'I'I' the finished .
Democratic party national state and I famous jasper ware, was
10:30: . county and I pledge my. honor to Several were subsequently Gas i
will-meet at the county court more copies Pensacola Company
morning and will be presented on the file in writing with the chairman of I
abide! by and support the result ,of
principal streets. this County :Executive:: Committee: no- house in Pensacola on Friday :May :made though the exact. + +
said the nominees primary election thereof. and to. vote for 18th, at 8 o'clock p. m. and publicly i number does not seem at all certain :, Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : \
canvass the returns and declare the
r ... ....1" ,. ?,.... ,...,1. result of the election and decide in : Thes:' were 'of various degrees of ; MHN/NNNON01NNN0. .......NO.N.N..0.N..00
perfection and varied in size and ..qvN
3. The assessments fixed by the what cases a second primary shall beheld !
committe? and which candiates are color: Originally sold at from 30 to ,- MENDEL:
required tb pay to Jas. McHugh, treasurer .' RA.NK REM, 50 guineas,each, according to excel- E. L. REESE

on or before 6 o'clock pt m.April. Chairman Escambia County Democratic lence of,finish, time has, of course, Mendel
26th. are as follows: ,Executive Committee.W. Reese 6
.. _. considerably 'enhanced their value, '
State Senator. ? $ J.00 .' C. JONES. Secretary.
Members House of Representatives .... and some-years ago, at the sale of The Home Tailor,' SOFT 11 11SHIRTS

r t PO ., .-.t .,,,.,...p,,, r J8.00() A Thoughtful Wife. the Jlartineau collection, one sold
County Assessor of Taxes. .., 100,00 for 294..
Tax Collector .. ... .i,tt.. 100.00 "John, dear," said the invalid's In 1810 the Duke of Portland Buildersof
County Treasurer.. It ..,, t. tOO. O wife, "TJJ have to run away from ,
Candidate for County Commissioner I .gu. .for an }hour,or so today I have plac 4.-Uufyasf in the British mu-
.. 1 t. 10.00 the material for dress seum, 'where come thirty-five years
to a new
get '
Member Board Publ'e Instruc- afterward ,it, was 'wantonly broken
tion..I.: .. .. .....,... 10.00: that the dressmaker""But to by a drunken.visitor. After
ek ; Supervisor of Registration of ," complained the sick man, repaired it was

Electors,. ., .. ? ,,..3,.,, 10.00 "do you think it is Tight to be thinking being for skillfully additional: with the
Justiea of the Peace,' 2nd District < of dress while I am'so ill?"' placed safety

pK (City) ., ., .-, ... 25.00 "Why, John, it will be all right, 'I gems.._- -- Men'st
Justice: of the Peace Districts Authorities are by no means
Nos. 1. 4, [5) and '7;. ? F. t. &.00 no; matter" what' happens; it's a black agreed as to"the subject of the bas- There won't be a stiff shirt In'

Constables, '"Districts: Jfos. J, 3, dress _, I relief ,though" various explanations
4 and 7,. ., It ,.s ".,,; p.OO i have ; offered. to the Fine sight as soon as the sun comesout
The foregoing assessments are madeto Cotton For the Teeth. \ good and hot.
cover the expenses of two.Primary ,Antiseptic absorbent cotton is said"to museum catalogue, the composition
elections. Tha] second election will beheld be far superior to aay'toothbrush repref ents" .on the obverse Thetas These are the days when a

th Gentry Brothers "Shows Tuesday.Tne Ever Popular( ;.Syndcr, Family wi on June 12th, 1906, in ,tfee. event for' cleansing the teeth. "'fak a piece consenting to,be the bride of Paleusin 'Clothes. Man's Shirt is the all Importantpart
it should !be necessary to choose between ol cotton the size of a walnut run the- presence of Poseidon and f. f of his make-up-both fQr<

the two candidates'rec vi:1g: the directions. '"Soak It In fresh water Eros on the reverse, Peleus and r looks and comfort.
the greatest number-but less than majority cast in the eleetjon of May Thetis pn Mount.Pelion, and on the and Trouser We've Everything that's good
{br powder over it and, then holding it between and Summer Suitings
Something a Change. 15th 1906. At such second primary thumb' !and forefinger, cleanse bottom of the vase (now detached) .Ings. in Summer Shirts. Solid colors -
election only such :'as' were bust of Paris.Calamitous. J50.00.:
persons of a youthful Suits from $
the teeth with it. The advantage stripes figures, plain white:
qualified to vote at the first primary *, _j. ,_-,-lLJ Trousers from' f 5.00: to $15.00
cotton over the brush is that one may
election shall} be permittedto: 'vote.. Noassessment Join our Gentlemen'i Suit Cluo. etc.
is made against candidates hare a surgically clean piece of cotton: / month, for
Costs only $1.per press
Owl Peaches. We are showing the Master
Extra Fancy Brand every time. Again the cotton is so
for members of the County Executive ing and small repairs.
Committee and according -to soft that.there is never any abrasion of ,One daI.a Dutchman,'in his shirtsleeves'was i Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana pieces of the best Shirt makers
Republic Brand Peaches the rule heretofore adopted by tb's the mucoos membrane of the mouth or paving }himself# before women's Clothes & specialty. i I -makers with a reputation.
committee the candidates for ,mem- soreness of the gums" iI. i! the gl lass. ilis hand trembled< so Give us a trial: We will appreciate !
'-" Sliced Apricots In Syrup bers of said committee who shall receive I that'he cut o'S the tip of his nose, your business. I See our great .50c and $I.0.

the highest number of votes The caused him to drop hia PANAMA HATS'CLEA AND lines. Every pattern a new
u' tt, II Peaches cast in the first primary shall be de- i I I pain BLOCKED, and of them
one many are exclusive
fell his foot and
dared elected. I I. NO WOMAN( razor, '1i hicl\ on REESE-MENDEL: TAILORING CO. : with

Maple Syrup Quarts and 1-2. Gals, 4. All offices enumerated in thecall cut offs portion of his big toe. He Phone 675., 11 N. Ralafox St us.
shall be voted for by the gten can keep up 'her ambition if she U promptly pM t up the twp fragments -I ..
Baars' Cane Syrup 25 Cents of every precinct! of the 'county, except weak and delicate. Sickness brings applied theme still warm, t -
:_ justice of the peace and const oa worry, discontent: and "the blues.: ", the.opes sores Iud bound them tip Tetley's
Bowes9 20 Cents bles and members of the Executes Every' such sufferer should know thatIf i A fortnight later on removing the
voted for only 0. ANSON
committee who shall be H
she would only commence; ) taking I discovered his here'
bandages he to I
in the districts or precincts, respectively i I TeaT ,
All fresh and fine and at living pricesGivens. your that they ara candidate ,to i Hostetter'sStomach I roe:that rhe'rad made a mistake.
represent lie 'Kd put the toe) in the place of '
order and CAY CLOTHIER
save money. L Bitters first India and ,
and only those e
5. Those persons his,nose, and; vice versa. Now; when _

EAST HILl GROCERY COMPANY, vote shall! at become of, or said partlclpata candidates primary! in election the before management who- or-I contentment at 'once. good will health be her happiness sure reward.and obliged he wants to to take,scratch off his his boot nose-From he is Ceylon tea, tq America' Coper Palifoi sad Wain,

are white demoeraic electors,'\ ha_ *,declare For 53 years it has been strengthen the,German-.,.,.. -17, years. old-wasTetley's.
F.IOftES; their adherence to the principlesand iK= weak systems and curing Cramps, '
,. M. Manager. organkation of the Democrat, Vomiting, Backache, Painting Spells,I. $ TdNC.'AtQNDAY: NIGHT! 8 TO .:- .. .
party, national state and county; Indigestion, Dyspepsia Or Costiveness.Try ? f.* A I First ;, SKATJNG. MONDAY NIGHT 8 TOJIUJIA.
:Phone. JZ, who are,by the laws of the state,law a bottle 10:30. ,


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I fltistere. :FLOOR and Investments HOOTON V & WATSON. I

t! Successors. to Tnos. C C Witm! '6 C).

Ten desirable lots
Others do; why not you? V Buy re restate very / 4 :room cottage, E. LaRna St., near V
while it is low, and 'sell when Block 92 of the New City R. It shops.. .. .. .. ,u.....?1050 Leading Real Estate, Rental and !Insurance AgencyBar
Safe Than ,
J1 Sorry'When il goes-up. It is bound to go up, and 6 room cottage E. Jackson St, on .

.!you are sure to profit. Tract, intersection Jackson car line..... .. ........... .....$1500
4 room cottage, E. Wright, rents r
: LIST OP SALE street and 16th
PROPERTY FOR. ; avenue; over- $10 per month .. .. ......,...$850

! g: know 110,000-125 feet on' Garden St looking the bay, beautiful Two cotta'ges at ffilsherville overlooking Estate in all parts of the
; you buy. real: estate you should that the title, g wooden buildings bringing the-bay, cheap .. ..... .$1700 Real
: ; is clear. '
V $600 per year. lots for residences.. 6 room cottage large lot, little city;- :: ,

rV: : 900-i-room house. 303' East Rd-- Seven lots. Block 55, Belmont bayou.. .... ;, ,................$1500, V
:i mana, rents J96.00) a year. .8' room house Fisherville, city wa-; ,
Stores arid Dwellings for rent.,
Get Your Abstract From Us. i I 1200-Two full blocks? New 'City Tract; lots in this Block ter....,.. ..;,.. ... ....$1800 .; :. Ii
Value; will double in a year or '
Elegant 8 room 2'story large, new-
two.2000&ore. selling at $700:: V house. all convenences! ,. corner, fronting Loans'made at current rates of interest on

.., and dwelling! in the Six houses North Alcaniz square, East Hill.,- :-: .. $5000; improved or unimproved property.
: We can give you perfect/abstract. of any piece of realtyin West End business districtRents Vacant ''lots in all parts of city. j I: .
Escambla for the. pasil. one hundred, and twenty-five $216 a year; $600 cash, Street, good investment, will \.-. 12 room modern house near Confederate -;
t1 years.Pensacola. balance 7 per cent. net 10 cent. monument., .. .. .. ....3150 Insurance placed fifteen leading American -
2000() -Two dwellings; 5 rooms, West per
... V 8 room 2 story N. Davis SL on car ,and joreign companies.
i Wright rents $240 a-year. V For particulars apply to Une.:;.- :. .: .."........... ... .$2000&uthV i I .
1750-Half block. fronting, south, '
:New City, near bayou; and one half of block' on 9th avenue,:;II I We respectfully solicit your patronage.
with 2 new houses, all modern im.
block from car. .. .... .. j I Our rental especial atten-
It Investment 8000-Six houses, adjoining: Y. M. C provements V bargain $5500 I department given
Company, A. property, rents $870 a year; McDavid-Hyer, Company, List your property with :us for, sale.:!i V tion.', Call'and see our list.
$3000 cash, balance per cent. Fire, Life, Accident and Bond Insurance '
I 4. H. D'ALEHBERTE, City Manager. 2400-Elegant 6-room residence, Agents New York Agents. I'
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q:1:; W.INOWIZS, President R. B. SMPSONSectttary.! Block from Lee Square.' ,Life Insurance Company."

J.L STU1MAN, V-rPres.anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYIR, Treasurer. !|$1150-:'5-room FOR dwelling RENT. 401 Guttle-}. V V-Phone S E.7CO.Government Pensacola Street. Fla. "t, ; s. BROWN & CO. I

.. Rae Estate, loans, General Investments. I marde. V.
ii 16.00-6-rcom dewelling, ,409 .Guille- 201 Theisen Building. HOOTON & WATSON ,
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. I mard. V V. Wanted t

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c4 -- Phone 462 ? Fisher BuildingHELPWANTED Best of,reference' Molder, care JournaL For Farm Turpentine or ----=

THE 22aprlw* Timber Lands,
DEPOT of the:
WANTEDBy! experienced white sawmill LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall j
Behind the Procession
man ;with family, position as on or Address j
?4i NEW RAILROAD will be on --ruwa fireman in healthy location. Address El The system of Industrial life insurance has been in force in th"

'W'ANTIED-The complete story of Millman,. Care Journal. 22Aprlw Turner & Aymard El north and east for:.30 years. In 'England over 60. In Germany all

gv. Spring street between Romana and Garden streets we are told. the San Francisco earthquake written WA.'ITEID-Four bright boys to deliver Real Estate and Abstrat Co. 9 men whose income is less than ?500 per year, areCompclledbyLawtolnsuro
If this: be true the property on Spring street between, Garden and t by eye witnesses. Complete set messages' Apply Monday 0.
;.I; ;; Romana, and the property on Romana between Spring and Palafox I| of actual photographs. Big books. .Best morning, Room 2, old armory hall. .Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla:
tij-: # streets should greatly increase in value. Business houses have already terms: Big money. Agents are already 22Aprlt i In New Zealand a similar system is in force.Thus all round
tkr tarted west.on Romana from Palafox street: and whether the taking from fifteen to forty 'or the world intelligent people provide for expenses of death.

? 13 railroad: comes in this section or: not' we expect to see this part of ders a day. Send lOc for complete WANTED-Stenographic work of any tsWU.rU.r Board nr- and Rooms j FLORIDA HAS BEEN OUT OF LINEof
Romana street usiness street outfit Now. ready Be first in our nature. Will give'
a within a yery short time. High same prompt attention
until the fall of 1905 when
-rent son. Palafox street is, forcing business to the sIde'.streets. Pen. I field. The Columbia House, Chicago. Phone 285. Saprlm. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent., the march of progress the

E:4: -sacola is too large even now to have but one business street. 22apr3t Location! very desirable.' Apply 208
i We have 54% feet front' on. Romana street between Spring: and Pal- WANTED:-The public to know that i W. Gadsden street. 22apr: American Life Insurance Companywas

:iafox: .:'streets that, we offer at |4000.00 less, than $75 per foot front. V"\A\ '7l'1EID.-A good cook at once. Apply -, we can do all :kinds of repairing FINE' DOUBLE FURNDG3HED Rooms] ,

FR This property pays a small rent that will enalble you to hold it with- at 701 N. ,Palafox. 22aprlt float 'bullding, horse shoeing, etc. J. !with board;' bath room, telephone! organized A Florida Company. Home offices, Tampa, which:
t: .out loss of interest. The title is' perfect, abstract will be furnished G. Welsh; Carriage 'Co. 27feb No': 865; :/>electric car line. at 415! gives family insurance from father down to the baby.'
T-: the; purchaser., Compare: the price:, of 75.00 per foot front to the MEN: EVERYWHERE daily-= W.. Gregory 'St. April221wt: _
price of $1000.00 per foot front: for property on Palafox street just Pass circulars, tack signs-No can- CQURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing' ; Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building
:*L around the 'corner from th s,? nr we believe you, will'think as we do, vassing, steady. Continental Distributing and Cleaning'Club, 212 N.DeVillers ROOMS.CHEAP-Furnished or un.
bj that this property is cheat_ and"a good purchase at the price. :| Service, Chicago. 1t*,1 St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage :. furnished, ,suitable for light housekeeping -
I' On
the Hill, location high
solicited; "satisfaction
A nice cool Summer Home [ HELP WNTD-4ircuiar. and sample guaran and healthy.! Close to car line. Ap. '
on the Water teed. Careful attention given ladies': For Sale.
distrt.butors'wanted ply 314. E. SALE'VAil
Strong. Phone 1213.
every. FOR __
21 is something you would: like to"have for the hot days coming. We .,!where. No canvassing. Good pay.; garme l s.. Phone 1222. SfebWANTED.The ISaprlm : I _

have a nice little cottage on the little Bayou lot having: a 100 feet Cooperative, AidV. Co., N. Y, It,* 'FARM FOR SALE-SO acres, locate
kind of real estate sale orrent
front on the'water, by' 143:feet deep: The house is new;'and nicely I -' --- Merchants Transfer TWO L&RGE-UNfURNISHED rooms at Cottage Hill on railroad; all t"ncei
fixed up, fruit trees and out houses. You can live there in the sum- i I I LOCAL' AND TRAVELING: SALESj Co. wants your moving and hauling.All' .: with privilege of light housekeeping North Hill arid choice East Hill vacant at-! in and with large house, barns, out-
very ones
:qf "mer:and rent. the hou3e' ut in'the winter if )'OU desire, or it will i j man to sell world-famous hous> breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-i use "of phone and bath. Neari lots. Some for' homes investment ; houses, etc. Creek runs through !fiie
'make? you a nice home .all the .year round, it is near the car line. !'!hOld necessity. No competition. Boston sen. Prop. Phone 978.. ISJunelm: East Hill bath house and four blocks:'i good bargains or V land, and 4 or 5 springs an also on

:, The.' cheap and we will lend you part of the purchase price I. pays $1,200 yearly and upwards from car line. Very desirable place. lot R. R. good factoryOr i the land. Plenty shade trees and ap
} 'without charge if. you. desire .-v .. ...,... .. ,.,-. "...:-.;'"..$1500.UU I'with expenses. Colonial Co.,' Wells- 'WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or! Terms reasonable. Address Box 557, One warehouse large site.on One water front ple, pecan, peach and plum trc 8.
c3i FOR.RENT yule N. Y. ApTl5-22-29-6: rent, lease or.exch nge. Your business .. or call at 1803 E. 16th street lot that a purchaser could make no| Good soil; also have a lot 3f fine breed
SOO' Eo ... .. ... '." respectfully solicited. J..A. Wilson chickens, ducks, hogs, ,
WrPghtSt, boardinghouse ;; .... ... ..,.$27.50; < 17apdw. mistake to buy. One. ,.40-acre farm goats pea
-t1 Cottage at 'Hstierrille.' .. .-. :I.":,... ...... .. ,.',.' ...... .... 20.00 WANTED house girl and.washwo Real Estate.Agent.,22& W. Gov.'ernment FURNISHED_ROOMS FOR one of 160 (acres, both near Pen- fowls, pigeons, geese and tur1fof
417 N.. 9th avenue ((6 'rooms)...'.... ... .,. ';. .. .. .... 20.00 man. Apply 914 E. Strong. St. street! Roo( 7", Salisbury Privilege of light house keeping.RENT 210- ana'sacola. V I all kinds. Reasonfor selling i:! that I
:j 506 N. 9th avenue south of Wrght: Street ((10 rooms. )..., ..'..';.20.00 22aprlw* building Phone'"; 172..H'' !." 23JanWANTED. East:Government :treet. Block and a Four choice( brick business houseson i nave no one to manage place. A great
806 N. DeViller ((6 rooms)......... -., .,, ../ ..";: '".:"..... ".'. 17.50 V I i half fromPalafox. 10apr2w Palafox St. for sale.. Fine invest-[ bargain either as an investment or
ii.4'a 21 S, Baylen ((5 rooms) bath..... ''' .. ... ;.....; ,.,.....-17.50 WAiNTBD-Salesmen of ability and .-Hauling and transfer ment property. Faw choice offices for party looking for a good farm oa
721 W. Main (6 rooms).. ,....;.. ... .,;... ... ... .*..., ,. 10.00 neat appearance to call on all merchants .work. Office, phone.1 363; residence WANTED few regular boarders for rent. which to make money. Everychin?
Store' and dwelling at Goulding.,... ....: ':: ., *.. .i.i.:... 12.50 in their territory; elegant I pho&B 390. &: White, 22-28 N. Also a few table boarders In private Turpentine men all get rich, ana' I I genuine and just as represented.:

414 W. Intendencia (5 rooms)...... .. ... ;"... .;. ,'..v.. .. 10.00 side line convenient to carry; good t Tarragona St 25mtr.WANTED. family; 'good location; convenient to ""have good turpentine business. for fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
,iP 432 Intendencia ( 5 rooms)....... ... .'.. ._/ .. ...."..l.j.: .. 10.03: }Jcomiaisaiions; prompt" remltflance. car line; use of bath and phone, No. sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty Box 453. Pensacola, for further jiart.c.:
820 N. 6th avenue (5 rooms).....,. .. .. .".. ;e .... ...I.. 10.00 Belmont Mfg. Co., .Cincinnati, O. It_ .-The public to know that 401 E. Gregory. Saprlm round timber lease on which together'With ulars. 31ro.-ir:

1017 N. Davis: street ((4 rooms) bath..;.,.-. a...- .;.;%. .. ...... 10.00 old newspapers..can be bought at boxes good seven years longer. JUST RECEIVEI>-Large snlpment of
119 W. Intendencla ((6 rooms).;. ... .'. .'.. .'....-... ..,. .. 12.00 V, TRAVELING SALESMAN WANTED this office for five cents a bundle. They PLEASANT ROOM to rent 301 W. Write or call and see schedule of imported Olive OIL Retail by pInt,
920 W. Belmont ((4 rooms)...... .. ... .. .; .; .. ...... '8.00! -For country trade. ; salary $100 are all clean and nice. V Chase. 8apr property.H. V gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
i4t: Store and dwelling,. Zarragossaand Clubbs., -..,. .. ,. .. .,10.00 per month and expenses' ; samplesfree. ,. I & Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 701
Cider & Flavoring
California : 'WANTED shingle mill crew, NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, South Palafox. 4oct.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH Us. FOR SALE. V Co., St. Louis Mo., (Box 1347.) It* steady work and good prices. Apply suitable for light housekeeping. .

THE COLLECTION. OF RENTS A SPECIALTY The J. I. Kelley Co., Whitfield, Fla.V Privilege of ptone and bath. Apply FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters;
t: WANTED Lady as District Manager '19aprlw* 810 E. Gadsden St., or phone 896. ., T. CRAWFORD one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
Ii THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY for Spring, Business, good hea.tlhand ZSmarlm.PLE Street lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
willing to work. Salary J12.00 315J! South Palafox
WANTED: circular saw filer for pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two
ri 206. SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 weekly ana at !once.expenses.J. E.AdvancementAnswer ':McBrady & 20,000 capacity milL Apply The J. ISANT place to board on North skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long.

-- -rLt It* L Kelley Co., Whitfield, Fla. 19aprlw Hill on car line. Address No.8, 5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.
-- Co., Ohicago. to Loan.
care Journal. 27mar Money Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mr

I'WANTED, first-class 'cook. White WANTED-Room and board for gen- ROOMS:'FOR'RENT-furnished or un __ .u _- -- __ ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric

Professional! Directory INVESTbl.ENJP RO PER TIES or colored. Apply 222 E. Government : tleman and wife and child or fur furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson, 600 MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows car line, six lots 100 ft. front
St nished room for. light housekeeping.; money from Jno. A. Hall &t
,20apr E. Gadsden St. .24marlm /by' I) 137%! deep, corners ?700, inside
'" ,. Give full particulars as to rates and Co., 16 E. Government strest. When lots $600. There are no better situations -

r THOS. PE3LEY, FOR SALE WANTEID; : good cook. :Apply to 1 locality. Address "Rates," care Jour- WANTED few boarders at 212 W. in need call on us. 9feblm than these lotq. :A.:_V. Clubb-
Mrs. Carter, at the.Navy Yard. nal ISaprot* .
LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND Gregory. New house, good" neigh.borhoodaud FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved -
COLLECTIONS. Five ISaprlw on car line. ISmarlm. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- .
ream cottage rents $96 property in all parts of the city.J.
per '
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. year.. .... '.. .. ...... ........$ 3'WANTED'!! A first-class A.VfED--All owners' of poultry "to foaal property on short notica A. Wilson &; Co., Real Estate Agents,
PHONE 553., Large two stenographer know that we are agents for the celebrated NICE .FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W...
story house : Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
with storeroom ) at once. Apply to Hooton& Wat- 'furnished clean and
: Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Newly nice, Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb
on Wright St' rents I V 172. 23jaa
$20 per1 i..
J4 son. 17apr Guaranteed to cholera near postoffice. Apply at 128% E.
cure ,
month;,,-... \. .. .... ........$1900 I : rupe '"
gape and to kill fleas, Fee and mites. Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. MONEY, TO 'LOAN.-On real estate or AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for the
EAST HILL LOTS. I WANTED-Salesman of .long experience Also their wonderful 7janlm. Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell auto
T G YATES M. D egg producer. F. other suffiflentt; 'security by a'lo .i V you
., Eight lots: cheapest on the market, wishes a connection with a firs S. Mellen &: Co. Phone No. 234. Thos.Pebley'cor.' Palafos and from 500.00 up. They cost less than
OPTICIAN for the location. Other lots in samevicinity class grocery firm in Pensacola. For, ISapr. 013 newspapers'at five cents a bundleat Romana up .-stair% ;. 17nov-m. horses to keep up. They can be run
: are held for. $100. For quicksale West Florida. Can carry established this office. They are all clean ( in sand or anywhere a horse can go.

L: : 306 TfflESBV BUILDING each .. r:> .... w .........-.$60 business with me. Will be open May WANTED-To buy old gold and silver and nlc MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate Leslie E. Brooks.

1st "Georgia," care Journal broken up stuff regardless of security, or ,on good collateral FOR SALE-Ten new and second

r$ C.R.YAEGER 14apr2w sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman" &: Klein V HOTELS. at lowest rates. .LesJie",E.. Brooks. second hand office safes, dierent I

WMATTORNEY D HOWE, .106 E.> Wright Phone 1127. 1/Lw ruVUWtnVnMVnnnnfLrLrLrtr-1.r.VnVJw W-n.m-- Fisher building.-. .# < V 21Jan sizes best makes at bargain prices.
No.202 Bldg.( WANTED-First-class cook at once. __ : -L. ; I
Theisen Phone 686. V Scarritt Moreno office East Govern
Bingham wants :FERRELL HOTEL- Sneads, Florida.
,.. 240 W. Garden. llapr MONEY LOANED on all kinds of
: ment
--------- personal St 24mar: (
LAW your moving and hauling.! He
V guar Rates $2.00 per day: Nice rooms, property : on short t
j. l4Va EAST GOVERNMENT ST, WHAT TO GET FOR DINNER SUN.,. WANTED good all-round printer, antees all breakage. Phone 630. good beds, table. the test J. M. Fer- Terms easy. J. W..Bullard. upstair notice. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thoss t

DAY. capable of doing firs job print. V WANTED-We want your orders foi rell, Prop. 17apr 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. wishing to make a successful ma .
Ring Phone 718. ing and experienced in newspaper 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original 6nor should supply themselves with a bo'- !,

Let Moyer, on the square, help you.. work. Must be absolutely sober; no designs' to select from. All HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day.. tie of PLUTO. Now is the season ;.0 ;
Do you want veal, beet, chickens, drinking man need apply.. Cook &; prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola Special rate by week. Special attention UNLIMITED amount otj money to loan prepare your stomach and liver [

gophers new beans, 10 cents, quart; i Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. Taprlm V 16feb. traveling Mrs. men.Mauldin Free sample on all kinds of, personal property. against all diseases. Pluto will do it. t
J. P.
room Prop. to businesimen For sale by all druggists and grocers, 1
new potatoes, JO cents quart; or veg-- WANTED.-Electric work of Salt kind. Special rates on large
ISapr. :leans. The New York Lean Co. wholesale by Jas McHugh.
etables of all 'kinds and a full and 'Letus.ciean V 204% !
V .ybur fans repair
J your
completeline of Staple and Fancy WANTED, dynamo do jour ",!rin:.',etc. Paona HOTEL SOUTHERN{- Open all the South Palafox. FOR SALE-One good secondhand ;

Groceries StflflrUWtrUWU1J1JUflVrVr.fl.4,4- Ljt 570. Penl! cola Electric Co.. 205 S. year. .American and European plan. i safe. Will sell cheap. Apply room ;
MOYER, ON THE SQUARE. Baylca.WANTED.. Special summer rates.! First-class in 3, Fisher building. llapr i
WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage..Miist
every respect Pleasant and convenient Found '
Phone 718. be close in and cheap. Ad. .-All kinds of electrical Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop.. Pen- .. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those I
When you' want something nice, go dress with full- particulars, ,995, care work. I sell all kinds of electrical sacola, Fla. 15apr FOUND STRAYING-Jersey cow.' wishing to make a successful run I
to Moyer's. Journal ISapr batteries and other electrical supplies. Strange in the vicinity; for infor. should supply themselves with a boi- !
When you need me ring 345 or 955. THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, mation address B. E:, Warrington tIe of PLUTO. Now is the season to I
PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building .good beds. Free baths and sample Fla., P. O. Box \o. 6.2laprlw' prepare your stomach and lver: !
j DR.J.H.MOCK ? LOSTLOST and straws. Hats cleaned,block. E. Garden. ISdec. ro ru. $2 per day. Special attention. I against all diseases. Pluto will do it i,

.w.w_ _I\r_, ed and banded by expert workman. to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop., I For sale by all druggists and grocers,
2t Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor DeFuniak Springs, Fla.13ma.r1m FOR RENT wholesale by Jas McHuga.
Dental Surgeon. STRAYED! OR STOLEN Shop, 34 S. Palafox St Special atten. lot on East Hilt. Address P. .VUVUWUVU..n.ruw V.. wr
Pure white pup about six: montht tion to mail orders., 0.. Box 207. SOmar CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEYop.depot. FOR RENT Warehouse. 50x75, on FOR SALE-One new Kokens barber
bi Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. old: cross between fox terrier and Large and well lighted railroad. Address Box 712, City. chair, also several mirrors-
1i Painless Extracting of Teeth. built; liberal reward return to F. R. WANTED:-Will invest JOOO to $3000 WANTED-Your orders' -for tailor- I rooms. Free sample room. Meals at 21aprlw* Call or write J. A. Billingsley. 14 B.
: 28/2 S. Palafox St. Meade 118 W. Cervantes. 22apr3t* with services, in some .llgitimate made clothing. We make yourclothes 'all hours. Special attention to traveling Government St. ISAprillm

JL 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. LOST Saturday, April 14, presumably and respectable business. Give' par. : fit, Let us take your meas men. ?2.00 per day. J. M. Tug' FOR RENT-8-room Z-story Cottage FOR SALE-Household goods, beJ

$ Phone 1077. I from wagon package containingpair ticulars. M., 42. care The Journal ure. 'Lamm & Co:, Chicago WJ O. gle.:Prop. ISmarlra I SI 8 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker clothing, linen and dishes. ApPlY

trousers addressed H. Pj Moog. 12apr3w Wells, agent, Chipley, ,Fla. 7aprlm CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind, Ingraham. April20 i 531 E. Government St 25inarlm
-: 18DTJ'RDtoU I If found. returned to Express office V attention to !
'.4 D r. Woollen own of morphine, and receive reward. 18aprLOSTLaJy's WANTED-Youn-g country printer SECOND HAND CLOTHING. WANTED V Prop.Special travelers. Free sample and commer-bath FOR RENT-5 room house with all FOR SALE-Eggs from standard brel
cial I IrOQms.
.. prize winning Barred Rocks;, fifteen
opIum lindutom
PAINLESS wants a position in newspaper or -Highest price .paid for gents'' rooms with modern conveniences on North Hill I
4 elixir of opium,eoeaigeorwalikiy Large good beds. !
.I1. ,* double case gold watch job office in Florida or Alabama. Has clothing only. Sell second hand goods. day. 13marln Apply B. F. Wolfe at Citizens' National :I $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improve
p---- Iftrgv tlenlanoahomeorsuktortnot book of pu* monogram "S.M... B., one side, eight: years' experience" and .an all- Dress suits: for rent 9 E. Istendencia. $2 per V Bank. ISaprlw, '! Chester' White Pigs, pedigreed. Mrs-
-4 LizzIe B. Fla.
i. Hughes, Chipley,
tr &K fleur-de-lis set with diamonds on other. round food Job printer. A, perfect BAY; .night and day. 22marlm*

AND 1rnent.AdcireDr Lost on Bagdad walk' or streets of gentleman and absolutely sober; will WANTED-By a young'man, positionas .Enrop 5an plan. Rooms light and A. R. BINGHAM has storage room'for I
V Milton. Return to Miss Mae Bun, start on moderate salary. Address : stenographer. A-l references clean. Transient trade solicited. rent,, suitable for furniture or other FOR SALE-Second hand 25 HP.
V WhlsksJ CUrcLttFZ: =i1 chette, Milton. Liberal reward.- stating full particulars,.Arthur Win-I furnished. Address C-2, care Journal 575-579 S. Palafox. Js. S. Nicolau goods 104 and .10$ South Tarragona: boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply torew
f 18aprlw. free, White Castle La. ::12aprlw Saprlm. V Prop- St Phone 630, SOnov. Method LiundrlZApr 1
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Thousands'- < Each Day Who Are Looking for Bargains


FOR SALE FOR SALE !: "' ..." "' '''''''...''.-''..''''..' a
McMillan Bros. Co.
List of Property for Sale by D. Hale :
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. Wilson & Co. 'I I 1 IL The 1906 Hade

Piano mahogany fine order AUSLEY( S COMPANY j
Lester -
$3M, price now $275, used..only One block on .proposed :street carline .i
was ,
months. $10 cash balance J8 i New City, overlooking Bayou i ii
a few Texar and under fence.. ,
month. .. .. .$3000
per In ing, handsome case was $300 One half 'block on Lakeview avenuein i COMMISSION BROKERS t
ma: ; very little used. Terms $10 settled neighborhood' and on hard I There's with its new billing attachments '
road very cheap at,. .. .. ..
55 month. $1500 and instantly interchangeable car-
ClttttPi., $*.Per large handsome mahogany One-half block (12 lots)'. ana six new 11 WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIA. i I MOBILE.ALABAMA.MARKETS. the life riages tabulator and two- color

,,ab $tOO now $335. A bargain houses rentin-g for.$5.00 each with ribbon movement, is the most complete -
case; room for seven mo're --- ------- --- combined
cash, $8 month. houses. $3250 and vim of
J15 per
youth .
Terms}v-fcan! high grade mahogany; was Two large lots and 'a good three t Private Wires N.. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. andCorrespondence i
,, Billing
room and hall
1150"no $39; rented only few house renting for $6.00 in every bottle.
$20 cash $10 per month. per month; if sold at once.. ..$600
months Sterling: ebony case was $350' now One nice five roomed house,in good | COTTON.STOCKS GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS i InvigoratingStrength :

$lu cash $6 per month. locality with' 37, foot lot< renting for Naval Stores. .
'120 large size, mahogany case; $10.00 per month. '. ... .. ..$1000 Savannah Ga., April 21.-The naval machine manufactured. Designedas months. was $400 now One-half an arpent and ten roomed' i| Bought and Sold'on Margin or for Investment. stores market closed today as follows: hard it was for fast service, built for -

used $10 cash $8 per month. house in central part of the city nice "'lW'..... ..1.. a., .i. ".I.a .....5 50 Keeps the system and use, recommended by experts it is
j275 Kimball.walnut: case, was $375 used shade and fruit trees4. eo. .$5500 'cv'a.:-.. .. :.. -:..... .. ...5 45 offered guaranteed idealType'Vriter against wear,
years, now $185 $10 cash, bal Vacant lots in any part of the city 'f.1 Reference: First National and Peoples Bank, Phone: 1173 ; N........ _.. ... .. .. ....5 40 in good trim. I II. as the '

two at prices that will take. ..... .. .. .. ....l..5 :3K. s I.
ance $7 per month. I Several investments ............. t................................. ::\I. .. Adds new life. '
.. .
that will .
All of the above are upright pianosand net 10 per cent. ... 'i.s .5 20
guarantee them. We have 16 on the money invested. I I.EI'.. ..... 4... .. .... .. .. .4 50
we pianos from $15 to $45. 50c H....' .. .. .... .. .. .......4 30 for producing the most good work in
tqnare week; good for practice. FOR RENT. ___ : F.... .... .. .... ...... .....3 9'5 ALL COCO DEALERS SELL IT the shortest time with the least effort.
per CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Ten roomed )house centrally located, E.....'- .14. ... .,... ...3 90 Write today for full description.

Pensacola, Fla. and unexcelled for a-boarding house, D..!... .. .. .......: .';' ...3 80 Local unoccupied Agents territory.wanted for

------ on street car line .$35.00 per month. SA VING 0..,.... :. .... .. ... .. ,..::1 75 "B&B"Atlanta
FQIR( : SALE-95*4 acres of land half Five roomed house close in town, Spirits Turpentine' 64& to 64c. THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.

mile from city northwest; 70 acres large yard and nice out buildings stable Majestic Bldg., Chicago
timber land, sub soil clay; 25% acres etc.,,'$20.00:' per month.If I AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS _ '- i

under cultivation, clay sub soil. Dr. what you want is not listed here! It's Liverpool Cotton Market.. 204 West Bay Street,
T. A. LaPar, 518 Guillemarde 9t! call us up byt phone 234 or call and easy to save-merely a matter of I Clot JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

:LprilW'_ see us at 30 _S. Palafox street. spending less than you earn. Keeps growing .Jan..J'eb...............,....................
feVMar. ._ .. .. ,
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JKR .s.-\LE--JA' second. hand buckS easier too-In' fact becomes surprisingly KaP.-'Aprlt.......<. .& Marine Grocery Co.:

toard. Apply 405 W. Chase St. D. Hale Wilson & Co.' easy after you have practiced it for a i JLpril-M ..".S.WMayJon Morris Dannheisser
22AiprillwFOR 604 '
*. 606 608. 610 S. Palafo St
while. :
-- June-Jmlj '..5.97
Phone 725.
SALE-1900 Barrels BlackPaint MiscelianeousMlL"llON People fall into the habit' of spending I I Jnly-AHfut ...... 5.93.lagaatSeptomber (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
in one barrel lots .or car-: ................593 V. J. VIDAL Manager. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fins
oads, made expressly for painting''' money thoughtlessly and imagine they cannot September-October .. 6.78 Wines Beer and Tobacco.

metal, shingle and iron roofs Iron.C"S. UPHOLSTERiENlG. SHOP- save. Cultivate thougntfulness and .Ootober-Noreipber...... ......E.6S THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
smoke stacks structural ironwork (WUlllie Mims Proprietor. Furniture -i November-December'.6,66 EAT Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
<: ship bottoms etc. For prices repairing of all kinds, carpets: carefulness and your bound to save. I DeenrTanury ._..... .......:.......6..69 Just Keceiveaj
samples etc., write to Tne _Alcatraz laid, furniture packed for ShlWlng'l Four per cent interest paid on time deposits Li'lrPooIBp ta,611. Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch 12 W. Zarragossa Street
Co. Richmond, Va. Apr-1-845-22 Phone 63.. Next 2April., here. Open an account to-day- New York Cotton Market. kit. -

ioi- SAL Second hand tents and PIANO TUNING will be in the 1 :rl1er protection, encouragement and satIsfactIOn Open High Low Close 50 kit; Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
fljs in good condition. Size 9 feetH city for a .wkor_ ten days. Send: January 10.67 10.59 10.49 10.49 60/) kite halibut 3ns. $1.25 per kit.
F_ DeBroux phone S89, Warring- me ;your orders by phone 802 two in a bank account. :May 1L28 11.28 11.21 1L21 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds. HAUTE R-R-

ton. Fla. Aprtl-lw rings. J'. Conrad Scott 11th street \. July 11.15 1L16 11.07 11.07 $1.25 pei kitBloaters
August 10.91 10.D1 10.89!!! 10.90 Milkers and Roes Herring
and 15th <
PUBLIC SALE! of valuable city property avenue A'Pr19-1W.1 Ociober..l0.53 10.1 3 10.45 10.43 Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles
-I will sell ,at public sale- at I December.........10,54 10.54 1045 10.45 German Sauer Krout
the west door of the court house on GOOD Jew York Spoil 11.80 ,Pigs net in kits. Ji.OO.
Saturday April 28, at 12 o'clock,noon you need any locks or keys repaired Wheat. Manewll and Lange's Fruit Cake. ,

the lot on the N. E. corner of W. or fitted anywhere in your house; I FIRST; NATIONAL BANKOF Open High Low Close National Biscuit<: Co's Fruit Cake, 25o e4
feeton if you have any trunks needing repairing ____ .
and Spring Sts-lot 15S% Hay 79K 80.1 J 1V M 19 tf per pound.
Gregory St. and :324 ft. on.Spring or lock and key; or have you a" Jly............f8l>i 78* 78 73 We handle the celebrated blends of
the C. M. Wilsonlot dull lawn mower: needing sharpening; Corn. Loffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee .
St.. and known as : PENSACOLA, FLA.W. 4
or, repairing scissors or careers to Co., H. P. Chipman Manager.
22aprlw _
Lewis Agt. Open' High Low Close
C. B.
I grind; guns, pistols and rifles to clean I .H.KSOWMS,Pres. W.K.Hna,Ja.,V.-Preg.and CaAler. Kal...........; '1 M 47i Yi 47H qaxaca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c .
and repair J We jean properly clean,! T, W.BRUT and W N.ROBERTS, Asst.Caihieri.DazoToBsT. Ib; Diamond Blend. 25c lb;, Golden
FOR SALE Fine piece of property, adjust and: repair any make of type-' a Brent, W. A. D.Bloun G. Brent.W. H.- Knowles,.'W."K. Hy. Jr., July- New York Stock W/i Market 45% 46J Rio 20c lb.Strictly .

cor. WrIght and Reus Sts, 5 lots, writer. All\ of these things and many]I fresh roasted and as good '
Open Close
with two houses* one house with 5 others you 'can have promptly doneat fiotthwn Pacific... CI5% 65% as anY' Coffee sold In this city. .

rooms hall and pantry, bath room F. B. Bruce's. 28 East Government.I I -'- ---- Oopper.............,...-...... 110H U0 Send us your orders and we will deliver I
ltfc toilet gas in every room, hot 380. ;. promptly.
Phone 18apr2w I .1. 8.X., t..t. 139 1S8
and cold water. Two houses will rent! I -J'.' At n..j...-. 91 go I
for $384.00 per year. .!Stable fine GOOD PASTURE-For a few horses t ; I A.B. 157% 151

lawn with flowers wire pigeon house I and cows. ,Address )r apply to W.: 'No. SS8!. a.1\.T.,.t. 85 84%
8x10 with fan tail pigeons and rabbits. H. Kilbee, Bre ts. -Fla. ISaprlw B.0..... llltf lllJiKrle 4ULLQT"!
Call and examine. Apply to Joe C.W. LAMAR PrwHeiA JOHN PFEIf FSIL AstfiUoJ CuMtr.U. K 43*
ames. 20aprlw .MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE- E. CLARK VIPre ldeM and eaaliler. 'I-W.ANDREWS Assistant Catei.! O.F.I B1K 61 iU.S

I_ I Mattresses made to order- old ones .8.preferred... ......,..... 103 43* IDS 43;%{ EXPRESS PREPAIDCHAS.BLUM&CO
FOR .8A1E: -JFourty-five thousand,' renovated' New tleksfurnished.. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK R. .. 31 81 !
acres of vir'gin pine timber land in, Second hand ,furniture 'bought and L.& )1'.,. 148 147HUftd THROUGHSERVICEVIA
one body. Apply to Walter Gentry, sold. Upholstering' repairing done.>. ,. ......?.,.,;.. 81}$ 81M.P
Chipley, Fla. ITaprlw 114: E. Belmont St., 'oitYi'phone 771. ,. 95 95*
Davis Mfg., Co., C.:T. Javisf Mgr. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY: OF UNITED STATES. .......... ......-lU 114Oss. L.&NE.&TH.and C. & E. I. I '
.Pr.o........................ 1d'34< FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyan- !EXCURSION-The' 'launches Stella CAPITAL STOCK, S!WW3. SURPLUS, $6 ,O3. N.Y.0 ..... 142H 142 1QTS QTSsf00 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 1
dotte eggs Beacon of Boston strain Leclair will run excursions to P.O .: ... B31!* 93H) THROUGH SLEEPERS AIIO DAY COACHES (
$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine and DIRECTORS j,. ED'G..i...-............ 129 128% 4sor' NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
cockrels ready for the yard. Address I the Life Saving Station or other f Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.I poi ts of interest. day or night! on rea- Henry' L. Covlngton, Frank Rejlfy, RP-E-: ; Browner, Rf'th.......... *t....****.*. *7 ft Do U.IIILUIAN,,Q.P.A.. S.IROOKS.Ita.A, tcwNaviLC
sonable terms. Phones 659 and :::30.J \ : ma. HAJHVILLI TCNM
Slmarlm 1, J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco .C.W.Lsmar: 8.B.... 39>J 39H
C. Sutherland, Mgr. l2apr Bryan Dunwody, T. P. McGourin. .J. Sounders*, T.C..I-' ; ...... .... No Sale
FOR SALE-7-room house. I storerooms A. "M. Avery, W. H."Milton, 0. E. Maura, Penna.....,.. 140% 140LLP. ,
TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. .. ........ *.... 4, 1 _-__ -- -- -- -___.J
2 closets, pantry, city water. W. L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, M Kcnrie Oerting, : .::, ,. LJ.. .; 3% 15"1. -
Lot 70x137% corner 10th avenue and Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and Alex McOowIn, C. M- C vlngton, ,M. E. eiark. .
Desoto streets East HilL Apply on repaired on short, notice. No. 113 I '7 Pensacola St. Andrews and
place. R. E. Coleman lOapr 2w* West Government. St, Pensacola- Fla. Accounts of Banks, IndividualsCorporatlontcnd SofVclttd.: ftAi '0' ,
Idee. ..', j Gulf
Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. SHIPPI"NEWSCleared. [ Steamship
jolt SALE-Car load Tennessee
horses and mules. Can be seen at iH. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South STEAMER TARPON
Pou's stables. McMillan & Turton. Palafox street. Orders taken for W. ..i: lARrlOW, Master.
apr10. tents awnings, camp stools and house : &17 AND 610 WEST BAY ST, FIRST-CLAi PAS B li n AND

cots. etc. .Prices reasonable.. 31Jan Vidar 'Not sst 975, Arensen Puerto JACKSONVILLE, FLA FREh. IT Elf.VICEJj

FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa Cabello, in ballast (! w c-
pers at five cents a bundle. This of. SHIP: "DLERS-McKinzie Oert-- $300,000 4 Per CentCity Monsaldale, Br ss' 1783 Davis, Rio PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHU

fice. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship Janeiro with 2,30,829:! feet pp deals. DIRECTORY COLA. CARRASEllE ST. ANDREWS .
chandlers and grocers only first-class Cayo Bonito, Br ss, 2213 Widgery MILLVILLE.
FOR SALE--"Shoe making and repair- house of kind in city ,fair prices to all. of Marseilles, via New. Orleans with And all points on St Andrews Bay,

in1* shop; established trade; no! MATTRESSES REN VATED. New cedar pencil slats;, 1,500 tons phos- Joppa Lodge, -No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Carrabe'le and Apa'abhicola.'
for rock '/ lez1oa wth: 13,902 Lodge No. 6, L O. 0. F.. SCHEDULE
competition; good opening good phate ; or Jorpa ,
tick furnished If desired. All done Bonds
Fla.6aprl6t' Pensacola staves an'd 375 tons phosphaterock. Tuesday evening at 7:30: Leave Febitcola :3uDda", g:30 ft
Bagdad meets
man. J. Mindel, Improvement pcs every
in good order' ,ori short notice. Leave . o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden m., for Mobile, AJ*.
orders at Green '& :Watson. Phone 'Sail d. St Visiting: brethren are cordially in- Leave Penaacola! Tuesday 8:30 (,.
193. 7mar for St AndtewB. Mlllville, Apslacflicola.
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best Bit- Inchmoor Br1 'ss,' '2214 Angus Mo vited. m.. -
Each. Carrabelle and
Denomination, 1000.00 . Intennedtatj
uation In the city for a tourist hotel ] CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. bile. I T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.

130 feet .fronting south by 172 feet I Floats built to order. Horse shoe. Dated Jan.1,1906. Maturing Jan.1, 1936. Redeemable Jan.1,1926. Vidar; Nor ss,U75, Arensen Galves- J. W. GINGLES Sec. points.For additional Information apply t $

deep on East Government street, overlooking .I I ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Ir.terest Payable Semi-Annually. ton.Monsaldale 3ljan6m.] J.:'R. SAUNDkRS.B5. .

Seville square and Adams Co. 27feb Br 'ss, 1783, Davis Rio Lodge Nu. 3, K. of P. R. COBB. President
street with 'open view of Pensacola! WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER Janeiro. Pensacola Monday evening at 8 Gen Frt and Pass.Pensacola Art-
bay, $10,000 will buy the property. Kerriemoor 'Br ss, 2109 Scorer meets every Castle Hall Fa!
o'clock at their,temporary
lapr. Correspondence Invited. I Hamburg and Rotterdam.
LegalldverUsmentsSHERIFF'S over I'ou stable, W. Intendencia St.
Bcillin Ital bfc;,1220 Zeno Genoa. cordially welcomed.J. ---- -

HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent, SALE. PENSACOLA Visiting brethren. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. -
near car line on Little Bayou. Apply By virtue of an execution issued out THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF VESSELS IK "CRT. H. HORSLER.. K. of R. & S I
,t .n'Ir
to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou.4aprl6t of the Circuit Cour. :of Escamb'a; "e. YOU CAN BUY
Annie, Brit ss,.Wie. 2445 Rio Janeiro : Meetings of the
Florida wherein G. W. Sims 'p.
County, PENSACOLA FLA. to Pensacola Lumber Co. Knights of Columbusare I
and J. H..JIerron are plaintiffs' and I. ,
Argo, Br .ss.! 1970 Dove Buenos held at their hall. LANDIN
FOR &'tLE-One: fine mantel folding B. Hilson and John! G. Ward are defendants AyreS. No. 3 West Intend I
bed (the latest) baby's; high chair, I have levied! upon and will
; Bainbrldge, Br ss, 1193, Smith, New cia street, on every THE NEW COUNTRY
baby carriage chairs dishes, etc. Ap- sell at public outcry' to the highest --- --- port'News to H. Baara. Monday evening at
ply No. 3S S. Palafox St 19aprlw bidder for cash. on the 7th day ol w' r. Cayo Bonito Br ss, 2213, Widgery.Coatzaeoalcog 7530 o'clock. An !nviUllon .
May, A. D., 1906,during legal hoursof ksssfflsasssr"'aSr! wasSKs. ." to Gulf Transit Co. N V I la extended: !. Recently opened up in eastern

FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit sale in front. of the door of the,. 1707., Wood Tampl- to visking Knights I II Arkansas, Louisiana, .(Mississippi -
Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture County Court house, In and for Escam- Citizens NatIonal Bank co, to'order.. .-4* JOHN B. JONES. Delta) and Southeastern

store 138 E. Intendencia St.: 27maf bia County',. Florida the following described of PeHiicoU, Florida.OJ'fCIORS. Homewood, Br. sit, 1290, Jerglnsen, I EDM. FOX. Grand Knight. Missouri along the lines of the
property to-wit: Twenty-six New Orleans to W. S. Keyser; & Co. Recorder., Missouri Pacific Railway and

FOR: SALE-Registered Berkshire ((26)) shares of stock'9r.the News Publishing W.Wright Morris Bear, TK: "Wtllw. Ba M.Eeb4ne4)L, L. Hilton Green. Hesleyside Br ss, 1617, Bedlingtoa' 'of Iron Mountain $7.50 to
Gee. Daughters Rebekai.Naomi $15.00 an acre which when
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for Company represented by certificate Las,Palaias to' R. M. Robinson. ''
catalogue. Carl Setterllnd Chipley,. number.3 B, Issued to I. B. A G JVfRALE4VXIIVa BVSINISS TRANStCTCOK Olivemoor,. Brit ss, 1970 Clark Rio Lodge, ,No. 10, Daughters of cleared a'nj slightly improved
Fla. I Hilson, March '29th,
as the' property! ot J. B. Hilson; J Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen Card at 8 o'clock la L 0. 0. F, hal,. Vis't- $4.00to $6.00 an acre. \

FOR gALE One large fire proof Victor also one white'launeh' "Dauby,",, nas/ to Hyer & Co. I Ing sisters cordially Invited. to be present UNUSUALOpportunities

safe, practically new. Double "spark engine," :propertyof! I. B. H.I-: Vlvjna,'Span ss. 1958 Bustinza,Liverpool '
doors. Reason for selling have a son and John G. Wari.L,, C. Van IK. r' C '.;L ,gu--1 CD. J o. "ass.Y. ,. via Cuban ports to Gulf Transit WILLIE MRS. B.KENDRICK R. WITKOVSKI: I exist for the

larger one. Safe Dept., Win..Johnson Pelt Sheriff of 'Escambla[. -Co.- Fla.- i Wholes! and Retail Dealer ia Co. MISS Sec I Homeseeker and the Cap-
&__Son. 18apr Iaproaw4w :: Anthfasite Ships. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first aad I italist.
--- Steam, Domestic C ffa L Orpheus, Aust shlp/Medanic, Tries third Wednesday :evening at 7:30 p.i i '
FOR SALE-Cash Register (National) Woodm_ n"$ Circle.W. t ., and Blacksmith t'. 1 nu RafEord! Hall, No Id. West Inteadencia THERE IS NO BETTER -

latest improved, crank handle. 43 Office No. 43 SautU:: falafox street. Telephone 83. Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen, street Land in the world than the
keys key opens register for each 0. W. C.. Oak Grove, No. 4, and fionzalei >. Phones 6 and 878 J 1 Dunk1.k.Precursore... A. G FELL,. Pres. rich alluvial Delta and River
clerk. Only reason for selling! is don'tDeed Woodmen :CIrcle nets every Thurs Yari corn r Tarragona J6treet Bal' .
;'' SWEENEY/. bottom lands of Southern Mis
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l = i\--1I"\ :
Pythian : c
thi? style register for our busi day 3 p. m,.2d.floor Hall over I Ital bk; Sthiaffino: 1508. sour!, Eastern Arkansas, Louis.

ness. Cost over $350, price will Interest Pou's stable, on Intandencia street. ., ... __ Genoa, to Rosasco Bros. Pensacola LOdQ1i9. 1. I.,0. 0.: F. lana and Texas.
yoii. Address National Cash Visiting sovereigns, cordially! Invited. --- -: -- Schooners.Donna" Pensacola Lodge Nq.._ 4. l% .0. O. yn "
Re&ister.-. Journal office. ISapr Mrs. LeonA LangforoVGuardian; Mrs.j Chrht'-na! Am sen, McLeod, meets Thnrsflar o.v.e"l9g At 7:JO
M... B. Olaen. Clerk-- ...............44.4.................-................ 165,'Cardenas. at the every new hall oa West Garden MONEY IN BANK -

FOR SALE-Five room cottage .on :PEN W.A.OOL.A.. : street. Visiting brethren corilallj Especially land that is rapidly

monthly payments, city water, gas Ii. Supoly Co. Invited. E. GREENBLATT. increasing In value. '

and free mail delivery corner 8th $1.50 AND $2.00 STRAP, SLIPPERSFOR iron Works and : Florida and Alabama J. NEVILLE. Secretary Write for Maps, Descriptive

ave and 12th St.- G E. Bredt $1.19 SATURDAY AND MONDAY Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, W. O. W.' Literature, Etc., Etc.
Homeseekers ( .
18apr5t AT WM.JOHNSON' & SON.z I i. FORGINGS MILL AND ,STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP LAND COMPANYManufacturers Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 'J. W. Tickets Month.Sol
and 3 Tuesday
WANTED -. j!; REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.. Prompt attention given to all orders, J meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ 1 Every
loan money on your :
watches. Jewelry and personal ef : 5 day 'or night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and of Wednesdays In each month. Visiting Trav. Past.,
of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Residence and Dealers in sovereigns cordially- inrited. Ant
fects. Highest cash price for old gold SKATING MONDAY AFTERNOON I J Timber Dogs also chains J :34 W. 9th St, Chattanooga,Tina
and silver. & 106 E. LADIES AND CHILDREN: 4 TO 6,. phone
.r1ht. Phone) Llghtman H27.r ; Klein SPECIAL R'A TESa' : .', .......................................... ....... AND KILN-DRIED SAP. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.. -



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}* The White Mountain Line of Refrigerators;: Whitney Go-Carts':. ari4 ; Carriages .

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i; :. HOW YOU, CAN SAVE ,MONEY IN REFRIGERATORS' ':.''' ri :"-: : .'..

: i is E than its weakest point" But it's
,.. If'ice is placed where:only air'as cold as the ice itself can reach\tt, doesn't it stand '- pr :. 'Nothing stronger

ry. .s.3 to reason that the ice ,in tHat box is going to melt mighty slowly That's' the:P Dint'fa the a L ,,, hard to find a weak point about a Whitney Go-Cart.- In

-WHITE MOUNTAIN' Refrigerator The only air that reaches'the ice has been chilled by '" -- all other Carts it's ln-the. gearing. The springs are weak,

passing up the sides and over the top of the ice. This is what is called DUPLEX CIRCULATION '. or thewheels will come, off, or-.the axel will break. These

''a: and you'll be surprised how slowly the ice will 1 melt in a refrigerator of this i kind- *) i '
weaknesses in other carts are
From the time the air enters the refrigerator it'is thoroughly- dried and cooled and _
. .. '
tai .."=,, its continous movement .. ... . &- points of superiority in the ,. ;
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through the refrigerator =- =_=s Whitney. So much so'that-4 \

t- 4 t keeps,the food fresh and cold: p
r .k \. 424c? we guarantee the Whitney
r a V TiyTSff7-S
t until every pound'of ice .is .
lw be If it
gone. Even when the ice is -. ;;; gearing to perfect

almost gone it doesn't melt = = breaks, we will replace the. ;
4 r. -+i: z !
any* more. rapidly than when '- part, free of costs.. F

the box> is full. You'd save One of our Cheaper Whit- .. :a .

'a -; enough in one. season from neys.' Complete! only! Everything else is in keerxQionn l -'

r your ice ,bill, 'to buy your re-- j
vpi ,
yu. ing with the g eosin g. Reed -

work" Handles connect direct with the _
j jl ishighest; grade.
r t, f ., We can't tell you all'the .
.. '. -
.: :.-"':,:" / :" ,-:. "j t points ,here, but if you will ,-- gearing; giving perfect controls The Whitney collapsible .

r'i"t !;j;' .' li come to our store we will be, gear, is' the simplest and most practical of '.any.'made.Prices"are ,
--j glad to tell you all the rea J .. '
.. from $2.50 to $50.00. -
c:=.' !"ii. i 1 up ; .
'* '.0'" +" 'IP 'h the WHITE MOUNTAIN K ,, ', ..
--' yery'.handsomeand
'J :' : : ,
t LINE is the, best made. We '. ; ". stylish Whitney.
have them'$ .50up. X :; :&: ;c: .. .
r Cut shows one at $17.50 Stone White at ,$25.00 t;, '. Price i $30.00.

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<< ;. ; convenient pay just s "Charge ; .' : .

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+: :"':-+ (':"':+:':'':''':+:''': ;'':K.K.: :+''''':'' being published weekly in all the ---.,:<.,..,. .'!: ,

aF A. HAPPY MAN Union Labor'HallR'oom popular-|reading' )! reading there newspapers were his many sublime for who Sabbath discourse preten'2)3d -- Good Life Insurance Costs a Certain- Amount ,!

1 SPORTS' 'I to hearing a sleep-ful sermon and should be" looked at in the same light as any other purchaseyou
from the local
1, Old Building. pulpit.
make. You can buy a watch for less than the one you carry
!' I would'.not to
[ But have; tha Judge
in your pocket; you can find a butcher, or grocer who will charge
is who A LODGE ROOM 'withhold
one his pennings' lest. a few
..:+:..(..tx.Jt.K.: ":+:"':"':+:''':.t(...:...:...:+:..<+ .+:+: .' sufficient$ to accommodate ..' [ emptyseats in the city: churches more you 'Jess'expensive than;; you in now the pay end,?bu Sand the always cheaper was!'?)-less may than it sugar not prove and
-- :'If might be attributable! to the attrac- I
Y has justpurchased 7j> people, for jtrent at :;tion of his 'precious lessons. His al always will .be; .
Philadelphia.5: .i" '3". 625 reasonable rate f i lesion to our.practical banishment of Moral: "Whenyou' take' insurance get it in the test THE
,BASEBALL Chlca'go.. ... .. ?, .J..5r; '555 the "fall n" reflects our want of EQUITABLE: -
t r Cincinnati;.., ... ./ "::i" 6 400 MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS higher civilization. It brought tol Insurance, Gen'!
: AIt3
I St. .'; ,;2 4 333 !my'mind'an institution established g KnowSes Bros. m
The two leaders }n' the 'Southern Brooklyn.. .. .. ......,;! 8. 111 Where employers' can secure 'fpltteburg. called the "Home for the Fire, Life Pensacola
; one of our league race continue to'cop the gravey friendless" when those were a
help. Office clerk in ;
in the Kavanaugh organization.. Birmingham Yesterday's Result., I charge all the time. Phone gathered' in who had been rejected by b o ILou'; '''''''' ''''' &e,, J!;; =, ....
t' handsomeSPRING and Shreveport each had easy Philadelphia 18, Boston 8. 77$ and you will be supplied the: qualification rules of all other .
sailing with their opponents. New New York Brooklyn 1. .. charities those who had lost touch
Orleans trimmed the gang of false Pittsburg 5, Cincinnati 3. with society and drifted beyond the
alarms brought down south by Charles Chicago 5,' St. Louis 2. HOME, WORKERS Influence of' denominational search
Bath to represent Memphis. Mont- BUILD HOMES light.:
SUITS gomery and Atlanta traveled for thirteen American League. I was once a voluntary "drummer"for .
I innings yesterday. and neither .Won" Lost Pet.' contributions; from the'Oho: farm.I
could win.' Cleveland.. .. ,,..3' 1 75ft o H_____ I jers for that Christ-like home, shipping -
All of the tailoring good- \ Birmingham has a percentage of Detroit. .. .. ... .;3' 2 600 many barrels of clothing and
ness that it is possible to | $00.'Shr ,veport 750, flew Orleans 714. Philadelphia.. ... .. .'.4. 3 57Vj suiting in a victory for J. SimpsonReese's eatables: directly to the managers of
put into suits are in theme 'It must be understood that Shreveport -I Washington? .. ....,,'.4' 3 571 team by a score of 35 to 28. the institution.
-for 'boys young mea has played but one game at.home,; Chicago. .. .. .. ...,2 3 400' It was expected that Mr. Lamar and ''Let us not despair. It is only by
and men. Grays, blues, I,;whlle New Orleans has not been on; New York.. .- .. ....*3' 4 429 other. officials would be 'on hand but approx mate steps 'of these upbuilding -
; blacks and fancies 16.50 the 'road 'and the Barons have twice Boston .. .. .. .. l..2' ,5 2Wt tfrcumstanees prevented. However lessons that we can reach the top
,to 2500. Negligee Shirts I vanquished the enemy .on the latter's St. Louls..1; 3 259 these gentlemen are expected to playynext : of civilization where 'charity broadens
t dandies for',a dollar- and own diamond. .. Thursday (Memorial day) at .3 into universal love.
'1 a dollar fifty. j Over in the South Atlantic league the Yesterday's-Result '' Q'Clock. No admission will 'be charged. The' harvest ''graduating lesson !in
i leading cubs triumphed. over the last, Washington 4,- Boston; 3.:. I Christianity consists in learning! to
trio. Detroit 4, Chicago 3. I die for.our enemies.
'i In the x Najionalieague Pittsbiirg assumed -I !Philadelphia 3; New York- t. $ .. Will Not Play.! I THOS Mo rrL'LA.N.
the lead by the victory over St. Louis 5, Cleveland;:|., '< The Pensacola team will not playat I
Ref I I Cincinnati, and.. hil! deJphia's victory ..Fort.Barrancas'today .as originally
The John White I.[over Boston.Cleveland still leads the Bankers-Play Ball intended. I Registration Closed.
procession: in the American league, The bank clerks yesterday afternoon The county registration closed
St. Louis' actually has: won a game,I played the first of 'a series of af-ternoon
Storei205207 Phone and Cleveland was the beaten team. Saturday afternoon baseball game; ,. 'Wm. Johnson 6 Son at 5 o'clock. There were 172
Z 225. The initial game was played at Pal. new :jegistrafc'ons! and: 82 transfers in

the metto different Beach and picked! \ teams from Tetley's served free (in the city.precincts The are figures expected from the Monday country I2ir! Over 2,000,000;. ,Sold in West Florida in 1905.

S. PALAFOX ST., in fina"ncia'11nsUtuUons' annex) by an expert. Either Registrar .Scott will give out the total Frank '
STANDING, .- AND'. RESULTSSouthern gaged a hotly contested game,, rEXCURSIUN hot or jced. Call at the Big the registration week. of the county earlyhi .Eeilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida

y .... League.. Store and try a cup. There is
Birmingham ; .9 1 900 I
1 ; Tetley's; Shreveport.. .. .......6 2 750 flavor! fragrance and strength
New 'Orlea s.<. .. '.'...5 2 714, I, in Teas.SAGE ;.r.a '
Memphis;. :. ... ?...3 4 429 Tetley's .; I ".___ ORMSiac
I. t. Tea Atlanta .. .. .. .......3 5 37;?> h
\ Montgomery., -.-.= .. -3 5 375 iiit&.t
Nashville. '.-. .. .0..3 7 300 '!
; Half-pound 30c, 40c 55c. on Steamer' Florence Whetljesbee
w IJtt1:Rock t", .. .. ?1 7 125 "
jSpecial J
=1L Three generationsof Yesterday's Result

success. nings."Montgomery. 3, Atlanta' 3 (13 in I T(1N: -- EXCURSION take t celebrated. cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.

Birminghani\ Nashville 2. to The J Journal B.) It us all m the world you need to effect a per-
Joseph Tetley & Co. \ New' Orleans 4, Memphis and return 'Brent, April 21.We have experienced fect and lasting cure. Even the most obstinate
Shreveport 11. Little Rock 1. leaving Palafox Wharf at : another any week, although \ weeping and scaly forms of eczema have been
,., London, England. 10 o'clock a. m.. returning at 5 ;'p, m. Observer ,Reed breasted the needed I A cheap :excursion will be run, to manently cured-cases per.
showers at the time. resisted the united efforts
z South. Atlantic- League. J same day. The! :weather haj proper been fine for the| Millview 'of'cores' of medicines, and niany doctors.
Won Lost Pet. '
yit Jacksonville.. ., aI I Methodist conference.: Brent the Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this statement
.4 2 667
P :
?: A
stop of one hour :at Milton'- an4 past week, where all was serene Monday Night April If you want a instead
VV-O.C>D Charleston. ,. ..4 2 667 while ; cure of a costly experiment
Atfiusta.! ..- .. ......4 2 667 I short stay at Big'dad/. t the most dreadful natural call for Botanic Blood Balm, and acceptno
calamity visited the United
Savannah'. ... ..2 4 333 ever [ the substitute. A
that want. u attend a fine banquet given by never-failing for
An kinds you States was shocking the western cure eczema.
Columbia'.', .;... ..v.,2: 4 333 t! REFRESHMENTSThere : i slope where i Brotherhood Lodge at that place. The
Macon,.. '- 0"-. eo- :,..2 4 333 yellow fever have thunder-storms never been feared and;. three Brotherhood Lodges from this Price $1 per bottle at all druggists, or sent on receiptofprjce.

OAK AND PiNE --' will be enoytsti\ 'comfortable t The recent flood-tide of migration[ city are Invited and will go. :. 8 bottles for $2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00.
Yesterday Result was rushing toward this "Earthly The three city Lodges will help to
x Jacksonville 6, Macon 3. chairs on board. for c alL ', Paradise:" There Is. no absolute i turoish'refreshments. It wil be pleas- BOTANIC'BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta G.
cheaper than you can 'buy Charleston, Columbia 4.: lady on this outing.
safety on the thin crust of this melted ant to"take your
# 3 It, .anywhert. Any size you Augusta, Savannah: Fare 75 Round:Trip orb. Trains! ,will leave Perdido. at 8q'clock
want. ;. -. c.ts. 1 Judge Laney apipearsxto be making; p; mand returning leave 11:11-
rNational?, League. .J | & falthfur effort in theiworthy:' cause i view at 12 o'clock. r
Given. tV l' fJ
SEWEUPhone N.., 's' "'Won Lost. Pet Musteby
E.I G. : of popular Improvement which t Fare for round trip, 50 cents
Pittsburghv.'ivi.5! 2 0714 LADIES' AID I SOCIETY PffESBY,"I means less"courting" under a higher '.$ C. Dorsey's full orchestra
Boston .. ,.. ,. .,, "625 ,. '
4f : ; $ 3 .,' ",,' civilization and broader charity 1 .t
-4 614. New York,.,.." ... ...,.5 3 625 TERIAN CijU( ,,, ...\.' -. |W3uui. the 1mu1'IInn. were .ji T. Spann, Manager. .

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Ted Langston Chipley, Fla. eoy '

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Bessie L. Perryman, Crestview, s J 'h .; -

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Jennette Charles Chunn Farine., Nellie Helen Glackmeyer Morgan,- "fro., "No.8,, 8 Hunter., Pickens." t". :+:+:+:+:+:"(ot\.:...:+:+:+)tOLD -:-+.:'... '.:+. :+:...:.. :....:...: ...:.. flag since the war of the states. I mine to see if I had any despatches stuck to me since. And-I always .j

told them that when-1"c.ame'in on one 'or other contraband stuff on me- salute when they do. O, no! The
Guy Holland,' city. :Angelo Mosconas, Kathleen }ic.
,M'nerva (!Tones, Escambia. Fla. Kinnon, Walter Crooke, William Andrews 1 GLORY SLAPPED of my excursionsduring thewar- fcols! As if I'd be there with anything American flag's all right now.
I carrying -despatches found there that would
Escambia Fla.S. on me condemn me "iEt's ignorance-nigger ignorancethat -
Eethel McConnell Tea'die and Ellis.. Muldon!
'Was a nigger regiment at .Yankee that they'd likely find. makes anybody so bitter and
E. fe'' art. Bagdad', Fla. Edwin Dunham Irene Frederickson,
Fla. I headquarters, 'commanded by white "Of course they patroled me inside hold up such bitterness, now. Of;
Carey Stewart, Bagdad, Reeba Dunham, Satqskey, Bray: Mil REBELLIOUS MANDY i
Sammie Stewart, Bagdad, Fla. dred Andrews, Everett Rice, Helena men. the town pickets-I was always i iA course, in my young days of hot
"I'd been captured a good many sight of the soldiers anywhere ia headed ignorance and ignorant bitter :
Nora Ed. Swaine.Wells Glcdusky and Margaret all give Rauscher"No., -and 7 Early.Earnest" to:+::+:..+..:+:.."::OS:.":+:''':'h:'t':M;+:1;a:'1:+9'M:+:+:41)0:+:+:...:4 I times when I went in' there-to town, and never got a pass to go aut- prejudice, the flapping in my face of

Millie Swaine. city. All others, had from two, to nine I Louisa, Kyi I did'gO' into: side! the lines during the war. I always that flag fn the hands of a niggec
Louisa during thewar but I was ar-! went when I wanted to, just simply infuriated me. ,
Lucy Swaine city. ,incorrect Only those who have suffered it, Kentucky and Virginia rested the and back when I 1
Fla. ranges. my horse ana' everything on same came got "But-the flapping of the same
Mac[ Hodgkins, Milton, Correct answers famous artists
can enter into and understand appreciatively Among them all is the following It that they could catch confiscated.j I ready, and was taken prisoner again. kind of flag at a time when all the
city. and musicians 1
Alfred E. werereceived this
Reed. the bitterness: the intense sketchy incident, 'given verbatum But I'd 'been arrested by "1 said then-at
'always St. American
Petersburgthat people were united for the :
Warren E. Anderson, Jr.. city. week from quite number of Puz-
a resentment, and-alas-the desire ir. her
Milton. Fla. < own language, but lacking her white soldiers. thatwas why I despised the suffering Culbans-fairly enthusedand
Milton Newton Diden Fla. zlers. for revenge, that injustice, unreasoning fashing! dark eyes, jolly laugh and 'It never took but six white sol American flag. Ana' the whole timeI brought out all my patriotism
Marjorie McLean, Escambia, One little lady 'who gives "No. 5,1'Barber" and
long continued, eventually striking personality. ; diers to after me-there was, talkin' could heard and natural for of
Escambia Fla. come was you a pin love country. I
Wm. N. McLean, and No.6, Early also enclosed I '
inspires in the best of
man high always six with and bayonets drop till I said- that I didn't !
Harry Porter Montgomery, Ala. a pretty sample of white j f'During the Spanish-American guns found hate the oIcT'
strung temperament, 'overshadowing war I was living in St Petersburg, There \was six of the niggers with, 'But now-I'm willing to follow Old flag after all.
Dayton: Neal city. goods dotted with red, and the eal- his
Jane! Knowles, Bayshore. tor is not sure whether. it. was intended 'I judgement life-long probity andnatura.l Fla. Before they placed the mines I I guns and one with a bfg American i' Glory and fight for it with the best "And: today-while I shall always
Nearly Correct. I or accidental-but nobility of spirit. in.the. bay there-while they were I flag trailin'-it was a miserable day of the soldiers.' love the 'Bonnie Blue Flag,' the,

Those who sent eight correct answers she was going'shopping probablYI In a, woman of smilar? intensity, fixing for It-the men thought they'dband -raining and "had been all day, just 'Then-you ought to have heard Stars and Bars,' and always rev.

were: was bringing the answers. to The similar emotions are intensified tome together for home protection,II enough to make you miserable." I them yell! The old Vets- first the erence the memory of the men who .
' H. D'Alemberte, (Mobile) and Myr- Journal. verge of insanity when that Injustice arid every married man in the town "That flag was soakin" wet and it I G. A. R's.then the Confeds-all came vore "the grey ana' all it meant to u* ,

tis Langston. "No. 3, Lee." "Mr. Puzzle Editor-I- feel sad to is directed to those she loves joined itand they held a meeting. kept flappin me. in't.he. face-slap,I forward and crowded round me, of the South, they are in the sacred*. _
Reginald C, Wyatt "No. 3, RobertE. think I had last Sunday; answers and strike her most sensitively when "After they came home and told I slap till--O, I was mad. I r shook hands with me antf' congratu past-and my flag is our flag. 'O!
Lee." right: and I didn't sen'd'lt in,.so I and directed, from the outsidE their wives, the women thought I "There" was two nigger sotdiers oa lated me-and the young folks called Gloi-y's is the flag of all our country .,

Gladys and Elmira! Bell, Leon /iy. little brother both is, .sending in Acquaintance with that phase of they'd have an auxiliary to assist I each side of me with guns ana)! .bay-! me 'Old Glory' a name that has and I do revere it"

'Burgoyne, and Emanuel Roth, "No. our answers this 'week for our first human nature, would, or should, enable them. So-they must call a meetingin 1:cnefs and two right behind me, but .
4 Miles." time and I hop I will be' right forI us to understand, sympathize the opera house, anj. : we elected I: not touchin' me'; while the seventh]

Annie R. Pfeiffer, "No. 5, Hardee." want that dollar; Katie 'Waddell." I with and find a remedy for much Mrs. Lucky of Tennessee presidenta i''I marched in front with the flag.I'I *#**#i #&mI H ; ;t: 1:1g;

Frank Bond, "No." 8, Pritchett"Clark Try again Miss" Kate0; ;K, but 3 that we Ignorantly condemn.' For little bit of a frail women she Splash, splash through' the mud we ak s *

Maud Hazel Clark, and 7. and 8. this time.' I while such natures are quick to detest was-she was down there for her, all went and-that flag .slappin! me:I !I Milestones in the Life |
I and resent hypocritical effortsin health-'>ut. 0, she was mighty! in the face. I
II "They nominated me for vice-pres "I've thought of it a hundred times
or they
-I words manner are quiteas '
ready to recognize: and accept as ident=much to my surprise for I was since and' laughed fit to die, but Ididn't !. of Col. A. S. Mann |t

fraternal, any tender of real human sitting way back in the opera house laugh then. We wasn't more: .

PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON fellowship."Mandy", and didn't want to take any active I I I than half a block from Headquarters ------

was-is-of that part in it.. The opera house was full *hen I baled over. Yes sir, I did'.! r: .
tempera- :
of people-it was So'clock in .the af I I couldn't stand it -any longer. I Town Topics $
Anjwsn Must Be Written on this'Coupon KM*. ,ND meent world, though years and contact with ternoonold Confeherate. Vets. and weighed then about, 190 pounds-rid-! *: ikrt yc .
Attention Will Bo hid Those Not Written On It. W have' "sandpapered" her old G. A. R's. in' agreed with me. I. E--* f MiM **E 4 HH *:E' '
disposition, she expresses it
as have '
this Rule. I at that
Exception of sudden
"All a sprang
broadened t her views ,and have practically "The' stage was beautifully draped
flag and grabbed it with both hands,!
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today we as follows: expunged the word "resentment" with' flag* big,.American flags on a wrapping it round one and I said-. Ordinarily, the readers of Town and editor in chief controlled ita
side and then'-there was '
from her lexicon. !But she each
I "Take that infernal wet rag out of, Topics might have no interest in the policy durin-g the reconstruction
; floor in front of
admits that- small table on the I i I
period until 1872. Engaged
,' Colonel'lanI but as
No.l. ., "Practically is a good word In that the.! center of the. stage with a choir my; I personal story of pioneer in manufacturing cottonseed

:1\< .' ,-. connection for when I fall to boirlif-- on each side. I I "I give it a terrible jerk-most: in view of the pages upon pages of oil and the side products

.. : side at the recollection: of the way "I was almost unanimously' elected. jerked' that nigger into a back sum, more or less apocryphal and often building the largest mills of that?
No. 2. they treated father I won't be myself : I didn't know whether to go forward mersault-scared him pretty near to, libelous matter concerning him with period. Engaged in railroad pro'

I'll be an angeltranslatoo".And or not had to go through the'whole death. 'p .you' could have seen that which the daily papers have delugedthe motion and construction.

? ;{. understanding her nature audience to get there. ;Mrs.: Luckey nigger's eyes when he walled' 'em public for nearly a year, these 1869 Democratic candidate for Con.,
No.3' who know Trom her posit'.on: on the stage arose round at me! H ,lpoked round --at. useful record: .
-, those her eexiperiences facts may be as a gress for Mobile district and over.
wild sprung over to one I
/ .'. during the war of the states, and the and motioning me with her hand, me as and : 1861 Entered' United States Army as whelmingly elected. Denied certificate .,
.- & outrages perpetrated under the pro-. gaid-'Will Mrs. Coulter come forward tide exclaiming '. Captain First Michigan Cavalry. by Federal reconstruct y
No.4 tection of the stars and striipes, read- please?' \My God ,a mighty! :' 1862 Received order of Secretary of authorities. ,
"Of there was nothing for "If you'd seen it!. Lots of citizens
ily forgive her long .hatreo'! of "OtdGlory" course War to raise and organizeFirst 1871 Invented Mann Boudoir Car and
to do but Well sir, 1 thought did and thought my day had come.
and rejoice in her "final re me go. Mounted Rifles and Battery of patented It in America
and E#
No. 5. construction." they'd tear the whole opera house I The nigger guard stopped dead still; Horse Artillery with rank of
down when I got about half way-for but I marched 'right on to headquarters rope.
Rice" as
And, since "Miss Mandy Lieutenant-Colonel. Completed
1872 Went to Europe and
= stubborn and refuse 1 1I InaugTK>
\ be
they thought I'd
'. .1 she was known to all the "natives"through this organization in ;August at rated sleeping car service there.
soldiers' the sidewalk who
"The on
No.6 . Eastern Kentucky and West to serve. 1 Detroit, Mich. Later organized!
I [ 1873 Founded Mann Boudoir Car
I took to their heels.
.' Sandy "There were a few there that knew! were looking on .
Virginia especially along Big (Seventh Michigan Cavalry and a
Company, England. Afterwards
i "reconstructed," how I felt toward the old flag. SoI and run. to headquarters hard as
its branches-is and'w
; and commissioned -
Horse Battery, !
reincorporated in
No.7 the real 'took my seat and a corner of the'I' they could go, knowing that's whereI as the
the country is safe so far as Colonel 'Field service in
." participants in the domestic struggleare flag kept 'fl ipin' around right in my' was going, and .thinking. I'd be shot ,Army b1''the Compagnie Internationale des
Cavalry Corps
the which
face. "5tev. ami' Mrs. Sullivan .who' sure. Wagons-Lits, now has s*

No.8 .'.,,,.- She now Mrs. Charles W.. ,Coulter .- were acquainted with the little episode 'There :was" regular, panic- Potomac. J I capital of some $30,000,000 and
a in life were tickled almost I thought a rebel tiger'd been turned 1864 Invented valuable Improvementsin 1 operates all over Europe and
_'-y and The Journal published my !{I
z.- .." .. while she, 'to death when they saw that flag loose, sho-and the biggest eyed nil- accoutrements and equipmentsfor through Siberia to Vladivostok:
eK brieef sketch of her life
'01 for knew! in headquarters the army widely adopted here'!> 1877 Invented and patented here
1- .'". last year floppin' me in the face they gers I ever saw were and
visiting in this city
i -'. was guest of the writer's mother Mrs, J.. how I felt about it-called for A I when I got there=-and they watched and in Europe. 'After close of j[ in Europe the car vestibule and
I .glad to the Civil War resided, in Mobile. continuoues train
,.ON' While Mrs. 'speech from the vice-president me like hawks. was seethe connection
( C. BeckSr., and family. guest she:, though the president hadnt| said a officers in there, were allwhite.. Alabama. j I now in universal use in this couu

Name '.- Coulter drove' "Dull was care"an honored,away by her wit t: .word."So. I 'They went,through the same old 1867 Purchased! Mobile pailyRe:-j]i t try as "The Vestibule Train.

stirring accounts ,, -I jjust got tip and stepped to routine-sskia" me questions and ister and Advertiser, the. Daily 181879 Invented Mann Refrigerates,
and humor and her I
--J. '- -- of the old by days when tragedy one sid and I let 'em have that j getting, unsatisfactory answers-then, Times and Evening News,..consolidating ,I I f Car for the transport of pert

Street No. comedy traveled together up and.1 litte episode in my life. I .told the 1 sent me as usual into another room 1 them under name of
between the crowd just how la' felt about V>zz where, the Captain's. wife was to ex- The Register, and as. proprietor i I (Continued on Page Fourte ?.

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1t Angels commend thetEoughts'and

:;UL& The Following Self-Explanatory Telegram -r' = ;;f-:' ,.,:...'.., :_ The .bending over the cradle.aspirations The ordeal of the mother
received by Knowles Bros. yesterday: ,L ,2: i'i' ,. 0'I 1 C E
was day mother
which the expectant must pass, however .
: .
,is so full of danger and suffering that she

,. ... ', ,- = < ', 6-a. m.In looks forward to the hour when she shall feel)

t .,. :. -' HartfordCorin.-Aptil;: ; ,. :J906. ," .' ,' terday exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear

-. c. : f, .. oman should know that the danger, pain and horror of chiid.

ed can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific
To Knowles Bros.
Agents, The, for external use only, ,which toughens and renders plubie all
lake r ; ;
., and assists in
Pensacola .Fla. and and sublime parts, work. By nature its aid '

ers of women have M 0' T' H E R S

No definite advices are as yet obtainable from San Francisco, the this great crisis in per- .'
and without
safety pain.

1I but the Hartford will p'ay its losses there promptly and in full, as at 'fair tered grees.- at$1.00 value per to bottle all women by druggists.sent free.Our Address book F R 1 E N 0

REBI/IATOH CO., Atlanta, 0mSHOE .
zg Baltimore, Boston and Chicago. Continue business as usual; write

1i all desirable risks offered. GEORGE L. CHASE, in"

t and STORELeader

{ President.
'. for

The Hanford writes Fire and Tornado Insurance.fffi I in Low Prices

32 West Government.

: 'does your that -

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IL: .. '" ,i_ ," -- iiiiL -- iii ___ time Order Your
easily I ICE COAL and WOOD
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4r tis I
:. urgent letters to the News, calling CLERKS AND INSPECTORS I :from tfa.o

FLORID en Senator Adams to return to the FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY that. Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
5 senate, 'and even the candidates, who! reach
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona Phone 259.PENSACOLA
tatf announced on learning that Mr.J Notice is hereby given that at a
Adams would not'be a candidate meeting of the County Democratic

AND POLITICIANS came down in his favor and urged Executive Committee held at Pensa- -

im him to accept. Isn't that glorious. cola, April 7, 1906, the folowIng .
J. Lvjt .' .. 'I i
1f".1 L Mt .r p. -uwLrlnnrJlnrsuujr w- jjtjtjsjwJJm...tLfltflJIMJtAttPJUWIflPt evidence that Democratic patriotism clerks and inspectors were selectedto THE'
-!: still exists?: It does our soul good to act at the Democratic primary
4? r< ._ _ I
it. Hurrah for Hamilton "coun
I1_ read to be held May 15. 1906:
!Where They Are At. they favor and do not favor. Remember ty-Westville! Advertiser Clerks and inspectors.No. GO
l? The political battle is now in full it is not a matter of party, I 1-J. W; Cherry, Will Rich, "j.

II; wing in Florida aqd soon. the ,eloquent as are all of. one and the same No Longer Spurn Office. F. Richards inspectors;, V. Goldback,
zj4:' woices of the candidates will !party; but of' who can best Editors no l longer spurn office. EdItors clerk. I '
j1. te heard on the hustings. The voter serve the people bsst. It is whollythe McCreary, Humphreys and No.2-Floyd Athy, H. C. Miller, -l.
!j 3ias all the power in his hand to reWard man, not the politics, as to be Mathews are already members of the J. F. Helton inspectors; Joe White, : : ;. ) -
defeat one. Those who anything but a Democrat in Florida legislators and Editors BittingerSpannan clerk. FOR : .
or any .. % .
'S t'
and McKenzie seekinf I. p
4 ccnnot give a good account of themselves (Is certain and sure retirement for are : No. 3-W. W. Kirksy, W. Fell, E. CUT..
*1 :. as officials heretofore will bs! life. It is the best 'man. He whoa legislative olstinction, while Editor G. Brewton, inspectors. ; G. A. Morrill
In ,danger. It Is the privilege of thet1' a citizen possesses a record for Tom Aleyard.wants to be railroad clerk. : -

'!ivoter to prdpound questions to the honor and fidelity morality and commissioner. What's the matter No. 4.-Jno. Longreen E. Padgett, .. Lar .J '- S I flvs* ...4hdtWai&.t
L_ candidates as to what the latter Intend purity of character. Let all be prepared -with the newspapers.: S *-Ocala Banner. Will Briggs" inspectors; Chapman TUG I 1"- '
( to do if elected. to answer questions properly Gonzalez clerk. h IISNS Trmipd.
1y If they have heretofore failed, tow propounded, 50 no, cue. will have a Cannot Support Appleyard. No. 5.-A. H. Baily, Wm. WhIte 7MS-lJ ?' t!
:measure up to the proper stamard of policy known only to himself.-Jacksonville Big-hearted and genial Tom Apple-.,J. J. Sherby, Inspectors.No. The .: ,
editor of the Lake pity Index & 5ESL&.ie'I.
yard .
official veracity and qualifications Metropolis. 6. Tom Davidson S. R. Taft, & ;
T'i '
is a candidate for railroad .
they should not expect to be reward comnlls-I) '- a,
Alex McVoy, inspectors; Olie Jennings bark iI ri '
He is of the
;; ed, but if their record is one of faithfulness Another Editor Candidate.C. sioner. one no clerk.. this JM, ': :
lows in the world, and there "is -
and ability to execute the C. Codrington the gifted editorof No. 7.-A. D. Nickelson! C. Don of
editor in the state think. more
r duties, and they have done so in the the DeLand News, has announced we : to $ :
of but Tom has always lined up Ward Burkley Hastings, inspectors; jhCt 'i't
-k past they deserve reward. Let all himself a candidate for the state senate with the "Corporation Crowd,". Frank Gilly, clerk. ,at
tell what they have done for the from Volusia county. Mr. Cod- '
No. 8.-TajSJ CraWree, J. C.
hence can't support him, but because ,
; : t benefit of those who elected them. is an able man, a W.C
rington I of this personal regard and Taylor Thos. Cisco, inspectors; C.. P
1I It Is perfectly legitimate to ask any man 'of 'ideas and is a practical man, < '
for him will' not be lessen d.Manate ., Proctor, clerk. have ,
feeling -' I I. 't-
candidate what are his views onr.ta.te with all, and will make -a good run. M. r 4& ,, f P
No. 9- Sturdivant, J. B. Hug- .
-: Record.
: and county questions. Those It is to be hoped that he will succeedin ; R s waJ ?LI '
gins, J. T. Fillingim inspectors; P. There
candidates for the legislature can an- his ambition to represent his county -
; L swer In regard to' state issues, and I Jn the state legislature. Miami "Tallahassee is Dry,.Anywhay." )L Pritchett. clerk. suffer :: .
those candidates for county offices' Record. If all the editors in the state with No. 10.-J. f: Rigley.- Burges Bry- Chills : .
II' the legislative bee in their bonnets ars Wesly Offarrels, inspectors B. '
can' say what they will do, and what "
1t1 I I1 .cculd be elected ,to sijch) office it H. Bryars, clerk.] F. C. ; :
Faithful and Efficient. : .
-1 :,would be "necessary' to' Import a f sr No. 11-J. W.L Emmons, W. C.- Williams !- "r
Under; the provisions of the constitution .suffering scribes from elsewhere t(; W. L.'--1lims, inspectors; 'J.! and
,. ana!, lajvi: go rning, the :fill their sanctums. The editor '*f B. Stewart, clerk. ties FLORIDA

:t HOARSE ternis.of justice of the Supreme the Metropolis don't 'want a political. No. 12.-J. Andrews,. R. P. Reese, Sold Proprietor"B ,
Court. Justice Charles B. Parkhill office of any kind. He is contented Ed. Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniel!,
Sad James'B.. "Whitfield's terms expire stay at home and continue to give clerk.
this year.' Thes* justices have the people of Miami and Dade county No. 13.-Thos. W. Kent, Jas. C. z'B APRIL 24th. 1906
COUGHS proved their' efficiency and faithfulness ;one' of the best papers; published in Clark, Otto White inspectors Julius SON ,
and are candidates for renom- i the state. Tallahassee is dry now:, :Menko, clerk.

ination justices before of the the Supreme coming Court.Pun.ta primary as- 'I'anyway.Miami Metropolis. ....) No. 14.-Dixon Reed. J. S.- Me- I at 215: and 8 o'clock p. m.
Gaughey, James O'Brien, Inspectors, $ I '
ir: STUFFYCOLDS Gorda Herald. !
"First Aid" to the Abe Daniels, clerk. .' .
No. 15-F. M. Whiting, Phil San- DOW.
Spat man Deserves r It' PRtSS.THfrDIJTITON
So Congressman Eiparkman is going Bowels ches, J. B. Dougherty. inspectors; J. CONVICT .
: E. Reir clerk. ,
through the primary without
opposition -
16-S1d Clopton, Hiram
Well, he deserves It.-St. Stfggs, $100.00 REWARD ,
Heartburn W. H. Kilbee Jno.
Augustine Record. : Sour inspectors; Hoyt
I4 QUICKLY CURED BY Headache, Bad clerk. .
Signally Honored. WHEN ,, coated Tongue No. 17-'Sid Clopton, Hiram Suggs,
W. H. Dollars ($100.00) re
Kilbee inspectors; Jno. -I* Hundred
Justice Charles B. Parkhill, justice
of Stomach, Gas,
I for the toi
Foley's Honey of the supreme court of Florida; has: Hoyt, clerk.No. will 'be paid delivery
been signally honored by the bar of!:or any of these forerunners, Indigestion 18-J. W. Bowman, J. A. Williams stockade In Santa Rosa county,'

Dade county which body has made:appear Old Dr. Cascaret. wants to be right I W J. ,Brewton, inspectors; T. of,one white convict named Chas.
rm and Tar public, a signed card advocating!I on the spot in your pocket. I',J. Cushion clerk. He is described as follows;

that :he be re-nominated at the .com I Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the No. 19W. B. Miller A, B. Fillin- &', white; eyes, light blue; beard
: There is no case on record of a ing primary..Augustine Record.I : gm: ; F. M. Wood, inspectors; A. J. and stubby; head, bald; middle.
.i-4 cold resulting in Pneumonia, or ss_ !most obstinate cases of Constipation and Fillingiin, cjerk' off of right hand; about 5 feet,

d other serious ling trouble, after State Your Position, Gentlemen. Indigestion without discomfort or iiicon.venience. No..20 W. M. McCurdy, M. F. Mor. tall; weight about 150 p1w

;44 Foley's Honey and Tar had Other .counties are insisting that,. lain Bill Newberry.inspectors; Mack Escaped Friday morning Mgg4
candfc&tes for members of the legislature i i His medicine does: not gripe nor McCurdy, clerk. April 20, 'going in direction of
; j been. taken. 'stats their position upon:but exercises naturJlf the purge'l No. 21-Preston Pierce, M. E. Hen & Ala. The SnnpIest&lreltsare.tHau4iClt -
It will cure the most obstinate -uS Dilly Perfect H.J V I
questionsof most importance that derson, R.. T. Bradley inspectors; C. Escambia Land & Mfg. Co. !
line the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. J Slf..iUiDl Pn. No gaa! filler
racking cough, and heals and will _be: anissue.. in the next session I R. Vaughn. clerk. By J. G. PACE. kit to$jffi! -oo doggier
( strengthens the lungs. of that body. 'Walton county'voters. ft .No. 22-F. A. Mayo, E. N. Jernigan, 'S' ;IhUmIo Jr1
: Foley's Honey and Tar has we think should do .the same.I I Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes I'I'I : J. H. King, Inspectors; W. T. Mayo, I Ypypthuu! 1 F'ia

cured cases of incipient Among those question ars the' drain-,the Bowel-Muscles, just as it weakens clerk. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A the pictve\Ii I).tad tu.the It pea tUt iiI:

many and even in the last age ,of:the Everglades, the State Life!i Arm and Leg muscles. |I,i No. 23-H. C. Kellam, D. W. Bowman LINE'OF FOUR-IN-HAND1: Writes the instant it
Consumption Insurance, question, a better systemof W. J. Kumams, inspectors; R J
stages will always give comfort assessment. including the passageof I| Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after Seymour, clerk. ; VERY PRETTY PATTERNS; toch.s iii.papQ'
tj.t4 and relief. :-a law requiring the publication of!these Bowel-Musdes.: He wakes them up' FRANK REILLY, A. NICE LINE OF WASH I
Foley's Honey and Tar gives the assessment roll, as a means of:''just' as a cold bath would wake up a lazy I'I F. B. RADCLIFF, Chairman.. Eagle)50Flash )

quick relief to Asthma sufferers, people reaching from the Walton tax dodgers county, a is class not exempt of-,'person. 1 Temporary Secretary. PARKER & REESE HAVE F1I
iC' as it relieves the difficult breath by any means, a more equitableand ,I Then he works them, (through the I II I DONT PUT OFF RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP. NO.ZSrith4 ktnttoUdtoU
I Ii
tt ing at once. I just system of road laws, prohibition -I!nerves:) till they get so strong, from that OF. CELEBRATED: BUDD'S pea point-finest Talciamd
Remember the of, shipments of liquor into i Exercise that they don't need for tomorrow what you can do today: robber tad fully piannteed.Eacfo .
name-Foley's i any more
W I you put off buying a bottle of Ballard's Eazis"FIuIi"NoZS:
dry counties the assessment of rail do their -
help to
and Tar-and refuse I
Honey road the railroad >bom" duty. Snow Liniment, when that pain w tIi eeL!
substitutes that cost the property it it'Heavy comes won't:have : I NF1uh"l\o. 26
I Me* you mission,' besides several other mat r you any buy a bot. lam MM. f $3.00
q : same as the genuine. Do not take ters, not.the least of which is the dinners,:tate suppers, whiskey tie today. A positive cure for Rheumatism PANAMA! ,' $5.00, $7.50 AND with gold! baadI.f4.oo

chances with some unknown repeal or the _drastic amendment of wine or beer drinking,,nervous excitement, Burns, Cuts. Sprains; Con. AT STANDARD CLOTHING Sold fcy SI&I oDIn --
I tracted Mucles. etc. T. S. : ud OiLer Store
Graham, *
preparation. the Buckman bill. How 3o our candidates sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen .
I Prairie Grove, Ark.,,writes: Ask YOUR DEALEl. If be
stand these questions?
;; Contains no opiates. DeFuniak Breeze.upon I other everyday likelihoods tire the Bowel- "I wish to thank you for the good Eastern "FLASH"iooa't *el!Fonnuin' JOW 'tte Pen.Eijlt then

4 Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungf a M Muscles. results I received from Snow ,Lini Order Star. cad the retail price direct to
I Regular meeting of Florida -
In such cases a little Cascaret In ment. It positively of U. Each pen absolutely guar
at Least. time cured me Rheumatism
ri N. Jackson of Danville, HI.', writes: One Advantage Chapter, No. ,14, O. E. anteed.
;;tVi "My daughter had a severe attack of If, all the newspaper men are elected is worth fifty dollars,worth of Treatment after others had failed. i Sold S, o'clock Tue -
all 'p;: m. Eagle Pencil Co.
: La Grippe and a terrible cough on her to the legislature it looks as later on. to. say nothing the suffering, by druggists. day, April 24' Visitingmenfbers
M.' lungs. We tried a great many remedies though we ought to get a committeeon discomfort, loss of Business Energy and : cordially in Uiaahctantt
ATTENTION I. O. 0. are 3./Broadway,New York
t without relief. She tried Foley's Honey printing that would see that better F. .
loss of Social vited.
r! and Tar,which cured her. She has never state work was done.-Gainesville Sunshine it saves. All members of Pensacola Lodge
been troubled with a cough since." Sun. it No. 4, Joppa Lodge, No.6, NaomI MRS. ELLiA BEYER W. 3!.

Little thin enam !,Cascare .Box, halfas tRebekafc Lod *. No. 10, and Excelsior .ALICE WILSON- Sec.
: Consumption Cured Judge Parkhill Endorsed. thick as watch round-cornered Encampment No. 4, I.- O. .0. F,,. ir- : 1 __ _. _,_n
-'ft Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind. lludge: Parkhlll has received the, your are notified that all future meeting I Knights i Attention! .. ;I
tt Gentlemen-Foley's Honey and Tar unanimous endorsement of the Pen|smooth-edged and shaped so you don't will be held in the New Odd Fellow's I !4. I 1' Regular Conclave of
;I cured me of Consumption after I had sacola' Bar for his re-election to the notice its presence in' your purse or vest- Hall, corner Baylen and Bslmon Coeur Be Lion Cam-
:4 suffered two years and was almost des Supreme Court bench. Judge Park- pocketI streets. mandary Number 1, QUALITYAND

perate. Three physicians failed to give hill has many: warm friends through I Contains six Candy. tablets-Price Ten ..JCnightg Templar 7:30
:* anyrelief: and the last one said ho out.West Florida and will get a j I Cents Box ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW, p. m. Monday, April SERVICEThe
could do me no good. I tried almost | a at any Druggist's.
strong vote. in this section of the SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. I' 23. Balloting and
very medicine I heard tell of without Btate.--Marianna. TimesrOourier. -I Be sure you get the genuine; made only SON PARKER & REESE. TI-fE$ 7 \ :work in the RedCrossSojourning
.1 : .. benefit> until Foley's Honey and Tarwas \* :by the Sterling Remedy Company and CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. LI -: Sir quality of bur laundn worn
recommended to Its effect '4
is Exppr" "
Gratifying to the 'People. :never sold in .bulk. Every tablet:stamped Knights are court unsurpassed.
right from the start was magical. I handle ,H,"a*
operators your
steadily from the first dose Judge C. B. 'Parkhill. of the supreme -1 "CCC. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A I -- 4y. invited. '
improved "
4:1 court, of this, state will be a "SWELL" LINE OF FOUR-IN-HANC r' HARRY W. GIBBS, ; from their arrival here 1'
'Ei and am now sound and well, and think *: il Foley's Honey and 'far is a God-send candidate to succeed himself. This I [TIES; VERY PRETTY PATTERNS;: HENRY NEEDHAM, E.. C. are delivered to you.y, Jk
4 4 : tp people with Throat and Lung Trouble fact will be gratifying to the peopleof ALSO A NICE LINE OF WASH 'Ret.- I this because we want yoi' *, ,,
Yours very truly, Florida, as Judge Parkhill is I TIES. WM. JOHNSON & SON. -- -it's our sole business n' i pi! .
MRS. MARY AMBROSE. recognized as ,one of the most learned r It has been arranged to mall free a t HOSIERYI HOSIERY i t you. Try us on, your nev: i' '\'

.li jurists "of the state, a brilliant I I uealltif PLATED little trinket French-designed hard-cnameled GOLD-in MONDAY WE WILL SELL 2(I I' ANDMOST COMPLETE age.
Three sizes-25c, 50c, 100. orator and a gentleman of high ideas; pretty colors a handsome ornament YARDS LON DALE. BLEACHEC I OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO "BE
The 50 cent size contains two and .conscious dignity.-Gainesville. most want liberal offer ever made and we COTTON FOR $1.50. NO ONE OVEf;t 'AT- WATSON pARKER &
every reader to have-one. Ten The Star Steam
and one-half times a>much as the SWk. ,. .." ..I cents in stamps is asked as m mea.srue' ONE CUT. DEPARTMENT STORE,AT
f of good faith and to cover cost' of Cas- Department Store. THAT WILL- INDUCE YOU
small size and the $1.00.bottle almost Want Adams to Run. ;:zf.with which this dainty; box ia F. E. BROWNER1 BUY. Laundry.'
.. .
.six times as much. HonrFranfe Adams, 'of11 ..Hamilton'county. Send today be sate to mention this |iI

:iSOLfl AND RECOMgESDEQ BY declined return to the state paper Address and write your address plainly. GET A PANAMA, $5.00 $7.50 AND t "AND'$2.00"STRAP SLIPPERS 37 E. ard.n St. Phont 114.
stnate.- whereupon!'! 'leading citizens Sterling Remedy, Company. AT STANDARD CLOTHING SATURDAY Penucola. Fla.
Chicago or or New York $10.00 t 1 $1.19 AND MON-'
::1 ; Druggist and Apothecary, from all oyer the county came out in COMPANY. AT WM. JOHNSON & SON. j --':::' "':: ,."",'..-::- ;.' = -'-: : --.'.::.......-:'-

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M'f" l' B "A B Y-3 0 S it no happiness can be complete. How

THE WEAFHER : sweet the picture of mother and babe'!

.... 'Angels 'smile4at, and'commend tits

$ ]i 1 The Following Self-Explanatory Telegram ; l' -{ S I thoughts and aspirations of the mother

:i' The. maximum temperature,jrester- ,bending over the cradle. The ordeal through

was received. by Knowles Bros., yesterday: ... :. <: ': day was 73 degrees at "o'clock, V 0 I C E which the expectant mother must pass. however .
and 59 degrees at
'- : '-: noon 6 the minimum! ,is so full of danger and suffering that she

_. .c". a,In m.his summary of the weather yes- looks forward to the hour when she shall fee)
.._. -. HartfordConn..Api'J119'f; : 1906. : terday Observer Reed. said: the exquisite thrill of. motherhood with indescribable dread and fear.

S : "" / "Barometric conditions have" chang- Every,,,oman'should know that the danger, pain and horror of childbirth .

ed but little since .Fridaymorning.. can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific

i To Knowles Bros., Agents, The, pressure is'lowest in the lower liniment for external use only, ,which,toughens and renders pluble II J1
lakerg1on, low,in the Pacific-states,

( Pensacola, Fla and their high over eastern the slope.Rocky Light Mountainsand show the its sublime parts; ,and work.assists By nature its aid in ,

11 ers have fallen in Texas Arkansas, thousands of women have M 0 T H E R S

i:: No definite advices are as yet obtainable from San Francisco, the Missouri North the Atlantic Ohio valley coast; and elsewherefair along passed safety this and great without crisis in pain.perfect :

h weather has prevailed. ,

.ID' but the Hartford will pay its losses there promptly and in full, as at Maximum temperatures of 90 degrees Sold at$t.oo per bottle by druggists. Our book F R I E N D
and slightly above were registered of priceless value to all women sent free. Address
""if friday in the Pacific coast regions. -
Baltimore Boston and Chicago. Continue business as usual; write The temperature. changes during
the past 24 hours have been slightin

\1i all desirable risks offered. GEORGE L. CHASE, "The most western localities.high pressure area

f, c and attending clear weather is advancing EOPLE'S SHOE STORELeader
; t. President.t eastward, indicating partly The

},: cloudy weather with variable winds
; S for this vicinity tonight and Sunday."

t Hanford writes Fire and Tornado Insurance in Low Prices,

; JUST' BECAUSE 32 West Government.
"'<. v4 : your cough is only in the throat and
<: does not trouble you now, don't think-
!t ,
\ : that it needs no attention. When it

: . ., ,, has not had much of a start }s the 1 Your
;Ii : -.. -i ,_"_ -- -- -.> -., - .-- --.-; time to check it. The slightest cough Order

..-' ...'t I h. .., easily leads to Pneumonia, Bronchitis ICE COAL and WOOD
,:"K,."J< and Consumption. A bottle ofBallard's ,
; tE' .. .. urgent letters to the News, calling CLERKS AND INSPECTORS Horehound Syrup will cure :fx-oxxL the
WmflVVuWLrLrJuJJtWm J Jwns n -j n nC
cn Senator Adams to return to the. FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY that cough. The price puts it within I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
senate, 'and even the 'candidates who! reach of all. Sold all
FLORIDA POLITICS by druggists.
Tarragona. Phone 25!
Chase and
;f : Office-Corner
La. announced on learning that Mr.) Notice is hereby given that at a ___ __ -) _
rwucL1 -- -
Adams would not be candidate,
a meeting of the County Democratic KEEP COOL.
;}; AND POLITICIANS ,came down in his favor and urged Executive Committee held at Pensa- BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW.

... !him to accept. Isn't that glorious cola, April 7, 1906, the folowlng WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS
': --U- JWWJ w evidence that Democratic patriotism, clerks and inspectors were selectedto THE: SWELt.ESTLINE' OF MEN'S
fif-Y_ -: still exists?. It does our soul good' to act at the Democratic primary UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY.
**- .read it. Hurrah for Hamilton county to be held May 15. 1906:

Where They Are At ,thsy favor and do not favor. Remember I Westville Advertiser Clerks and Inspectors.No. GO TO WM. JOHNSON &'SON FOR
S_ The political battle is now in full it is not a matter of party, 1-J. W Cherry, Will Rich, J. BAREFOOT SANDALS AND WHITE
:-I- swing; in Florida aqd soon the elo- as are all of one and the same No Longer Spurn Office. F. Richards inspectors? ; V. Goldback CANVASS OXFORDS.
:: : quent woices of the candidates will !tarty; butct, who'can best Editors no l longer' spurn office. EdItors clerk.No.2Floyd. a

Le heard on the hustings. The, voter serve the people hsst.;! It is wholly oCreao'. Humphreys and Athy, H. C. Miller, MONDAY WE WILL SELL 25
2ias all the power in his hand to reward -the man, not the politics, as to be Mathews are already members of the J. F. Helton, inspectors; Joe White, ;YARDS !SEA ISLAND DOMESTIC
tI ; or defeat any one. Those who anything but a Democrat in Florida legislators and Editors BitttngerSparman clerk. FOR $1.00. WO ;ONE OVER ONE : ;
ctnnot, give a good account of them- (s certain and sure retirement for and McKenzie are seeking No. 3-W. W. Kirksy W. Fell, E.: CUT.

ielves as officials heretofore will ben 14Le. It Is the best man. He whoa fegislathe lolstinction, to while be railroad Editor G. Brewton, inspectors. ; G. A. Morrill, Department Stol':.
danger. It Is the privilege of the $ a citizen poSsesses' record for Tom Appleyard wants clerk. F. E. BRAWNER'S

p4 ivoter to prdpound questions to ths honor and fidelity morality and commissioner. What's the matter No. 4.-Jno. Longreen, E. Padgett, 014.4, ,Lit* aid Is $ .d fr1
? ;: candidates as to what the latter In- l urity of character. Let all be prepared with the wspapers.-OCala.* Banner. Will Brings_, ,inspectors; Chapman TUG MONARCH BROKE DOWN r4aI ath. W.cW-.: -p. ;jt4.i cqi7af7
tend to do if elected.If to answer questions properly Gonzalez, clerk. WHILE TOWING BARK ANTIQUAThe ,
If they have heretofore failed to propounded. so no, OM.wUl have a Cannot Support Appleyard. No. 5.-\. H. Baily, Wm. White, t _
? :' :measure up to the proper standard of policy known only to himself.-Jacksonville i Big-hearted and genial Tom Apple-.J. J. Sherby, Inspectors.No. sea going tug Monarch, of Pea- '
yard editor of the Lake pity Index:, & Sa L&1T tS
i1 official veracity ana! qualifications Metropolis. 6.-Tom Davidson, S. R. TaU, sacola, while towing the Norwegianbark ;s ,.- _
w. i is a candidate for railroad rommls-I)
should not expect to be rewarded
sioner. He is one of the Ale.x, McVoy, inspectors; Olie Jennings Antigua from New Orleans to
but their record Is of faithfulness Another Editor Candidate. -- 2r4a'ry
if one .
no clerk. this port 'broke down at the mouthof .
lows in the world, and there "is -
ip1 and ability to execute the C. C. Codrington, the gifted editor editor in the state we think. more No. 7.-A. D. Nickelson! C. Don Perdido bay, and had to returnto
l/i duties: and they hare done so in the or the DeLand News, has announced Ward : SuPtbSheew
of but Tom has always lined up Burkley Hastings, Inspectors; the city. The Antigua anchored
m :past they deserve reward. Let all himself a candidate for the state'senate -
with the "Corporation Crowd," Frank Gilly. clerk. at the mouth of the harbor.
tell what they have done for the from Volusia Mr. '
: county. Cod
No. 8.-TajV CraT C.
hence w, can't support him, but because treerJ.
-1t-2.! benefit of those who elected them. .
rington is an able man, a
Taylor, Thos. Cisco, inspectors C. P. WHY
of this our personal regard and ; .
/fft Is perfectly legitimate to ask "of
h1 man 'ideas and is a practical man:
feeling for him will' not be lessened., Proctor, clerk. have a torpid liver when Herblne,be
his views
candidate what are on with all, and will make 'a good run -
No. 9-M. Sturdivant, J. B. Hug- liver will
-Manate3: Record. only regulator help :you?
state and county questions. Those
It to be hoped that he will succeedin
'I candidates for the legislature can an- his ambition to represent his coun- 'I gins, J. T. Fillingim, inspectors; P. There is no reason why you should
"Tallahassee Is M. Pritchett. clerk. suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, '"
Dry .Anywhay.
ewer in regard': to state, issues, and t3In, the state legislature. Miami 2TICUTWACQN11 4'G
those candidates for county offices Record. If all the editors in the state with No. 10. -J. T- Rigley Burges Bry- Chills and Fever, or any liver complaints ; -
can say what they will do, and what S the legislative bee "in", their bonnets ars, Wesly Off rrels, inspectors; B. when Herbine will cure"Vou.: ENTfer BROS.-, .. _
? ." could be elected to 'such office It H. Bryars, clerk. F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: "sHOWJjPENSACOLA -'
S_ Faithful and Efficient. ,would be 'nec ssaijtoImix>rt a few No. 11-J. W. Emmons, W. C.- Williams !- "r was sick for 'a month with chills t ii -
I Under the provisions of the con- suffering scribes from elsewhere & W. L./}'Alims, inspectors; 'J.! and fever,. and after taking two ,bottles -
siitution ana\! laws: gorning; the fill their sanctums. The editor cf B. Stewart, clerk. of Herbine am well and healthy." FLORIDA I

HOARSECOUGHS t'erms of JustJce'of the Supreme the Metropolis don't want a political No. 12J. Andrews, R. P. Reese, Sold by all druggists. ,
Court Justice Charles B. Parkhilljfnd office of any kind. He is contentedto Ed. Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniel:,
James Whitfield's terms expire stay at home and continue to give clerk. ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW

this year., Thes? justices have .the people of Miami and Dade county No. 13.-Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON APRIL 24th. 1906
proved their efficiency and faithfulness one of the' best papers;! published! ,in Clark Otto White, Inspectors, Julius PARKER & REESE. THE ,
and are candidates for renom- the state. Tallahassee is oTy now, : Menko, clerk. CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.

M ination justices before of the the Supreme coming Court.primary Punta as-2.nJ'Way.1iami Metropolis. ._, No. 14.-Dixon Reed, J. S.- ,McGaughey at 2I15 and 8 o'clock p. m.

Gorda Herald. James O'Brien, Inspectors, $1.50 WHITE BED SPREADS GO
m STUFF'YCOLDS "First Aid" to the Abe Daniels, clerk. J t'MpNDAY' FOR 125. SEE WINDOW -
No. 15-F. M. Whiting, Phil San-
Sparkman So Congressman Deserves'Sparkman It. Is going Bowels ches, J. B. Dougherty, inspectors; J. Department Store. ESCAPED CONVICT PRtSSLTHTIr
E. Reira, clerk. F. E. BRAWNER'SBay
vr& through! Well the, he primary deserves without it.-opposition St. No. 16-Sld Clopton, Hiram Strggs, $100.00 REWARDOne .

Augustine Record. HEN Heart urn, Sour W. H. Kilbee, inspectors; Jno. Hoyt, 4ftlttlMK.fi1I'lS ?_* ifl,

QUICKLY CURED BYFoley's I. Stomach Headache; Bad clerk.
W No. 17..Sid.
Clopton, Hiram
Signally Honored. Breath coated Tongue, Suggs, ExcursionBy
W. H. Kilbee, inspectors; Jno.L Hundred Dollars (J100.00) reward -
Justi; Charles B. Parkhill, justice
t Honey of the supreme court of Florida; has],I Belching Stomach, Gas Hoyt: clerk. will 'le p&d for the delivery to I
been signally honored by the bar of I I or any of these forerunners of, Indigestion I No. 18-J. W. Bowman, J. A. Williams our stockade in Santa Rosa county,'

Dade county which body has made;appear, Old Dr. Cascaret. wants to be right W J. Brewton, inspectors; T. the Knights of Columbus Fla., of one white convict named Chas r/y F
t- and TarThere r-u-blio a signed card advocating''on the spot in your pocket. I!.J. Cushion clerk. Johns n. He is described as follows; '1 't

i that he be re-nominated at the corning -] Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the No. 19W. B. Miller A. B. FUlin- Thursday April 26on Color r, white; eyes, light blue; beard ci
is no case on record of a primary.-fit. .Augustine Record.; g'.m.: F. M. Wood, inspectors; A. J. stiff and stubby; head bald; middle
cold resulting in Pneumonia, or most obstinate cases'of Constipation and Fillingim] cjerk steamer Monarch, leaving finger off of right hand; about 5 feet,! I I I'a

other serious Itfng trouble, after State Your Position, Gentlemen. Indigestion, without discomfort. or inconvenience. No. 20-W. McCurdy, M. F. Mor- Palafox wharf at 7 o'clockp. 4 inches tall; weight; about 150 s

Foley's Honey and Tar had I Other counties are insisting that tain, Bill Newberry. inspectors; Mack m. I pounds. Escaped Friday morning, 'I I \ :
been taken. I candfc&tes for members of the legislature His medicine does not gripe nor purge, McCurdy, clerk. Wyer's Band will furnish early, April 20, !going in direction orPollardx
; i- 'stats their position upon but exercises naturally the muscles that No. 21-Preston Pierce, M. E. Hen- music. Ala. The Simplest-Sorest-Safe.*
It will cure the most obstinate Questionsof most importance that I derson, R., T. Bradley, Inspectors; C. REFRESHMENTS Escambia Land & Mfg. Co.By J Handieat-and only Perfect
line the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. Shilling Pen. No gUai! Slier
racking cough and heals and will be; anissue. the next ,Cession|I ; R. Vaughn clerk. Proceeds to go to J. G. PACE. I -co Ink to ipffi no clorzicKorihikhg.
Strengthens the lungs. of that body. :Walton county voters, .No. 22-F. A. Mayo E. N. Jernigan, SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS 21april2t -
Foley's Honey and Tar has we think should do the' same.]: Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes I J. H. King, Inspectors; W. T. Mayo, YOII&Imply! preu the bllttoau
Among those question arj the' drain-,the Bowel clerk. JUST RECEIVED A I in the picture and the pea fill 1s.
0 cured many cases of incipient Muscles just as it weakens FARE 50 CENTSCOFFEE WE HAVE I In a**t a>n,**
; S; Consumption and even in'the last age of:the Everglades, the State Life]Arm and Leg muscles.i j I. No. 23-H. C. Kellam, D. W. Bow. "SWELL" LINE OF FOUR-IN-HAND Write tbelotUatU
Insurance Question. a better system i man, W. J. Kumams
Inspectors R. J.
will comfort !I i I Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after ; TIES; VERY PRETTY PATTERNS; tDucba the paper
always give
:i $ stages of aSS SSmett, including the passage, ,, Seymour, clerk.
and relief. of' a law requiring the publication of these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes them up I FRANK REILLY, ALSO A NICE LINE O? WASH

: t Foley's Honey and Tar gives the assessment roll, as a means of'!just as a cold bath would wake up a lazy Ii F. B. RADCUFF. Chairman. TIES. WM. JOHNSON & S.oN. Eagfe50iFlash
the tax class of I
reaching dodgers, a Temporary: Secretary.
relief to Asthma sufferers person.
people from \Ta3ton county is not ex-,
it relieves the difficult breathing Then he works them (through the I
empt by any means, a mora equitable! I DONT. -PUT OFF JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP | No.15 with 14 karat KtlidmUI
4' at once.Remember. I I and just system of road laws, prohi-l nerves) tin they get so strong from that I We are the Pioneer MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S I pen pont-finest vnlcanized
JkI the name-Foley's bition of shipments of liquor Into Exercise that they don't need any more for tomorrow wnai you can do today,I rubber and fully guaranteed.
If you put off buying a bottle of Bal I Ilard's Coffee Roasters of SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL EaJ."f1uh"No.Z5with
and Tar-and refuse dry counties the assessment of railroad help to do theitduty. !
t Honey -torn j Snow Liniment, when that pain I DREN. ,old SUO
by the railroad West Florida.MCHUGH'S '
substitutes that cost the property it'Heavy EM! "flub" Mo. 26
you comes you won'thave: any, buy a bottle -I I
mission. besides several other mat'I ,, Urncuo, $3.00
Same as the genuine. Do not take ters, not.the least of which is the dinners,:"late. suppers, whiskey, today. A positive cure for ,Rheumatism -: GET PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND with geld bud*.$4.00

ir chances with some unknown repeal, or the drastic amendment of wine or beer drinking,nervous excitement, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Con. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Sclii5ersid J "

II preparation.Contains the Buckman bUt How 3o our candidates I;sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen tracted Mucles etc. T. S. Graham, BLENDShave COMPANY. Othes&
Prairie Grove, Ark.,,writes: Ask TOUR DEALEK. uSe
no opiates. upon these questions? other everyday likelihoods tire the Bowel- "I wish thank doetD" tell TOOT .tke Eagle
DeFunlak, Breeze. to you for the good "FLASH"Fountain Pen then
Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungt Muscle results I received from Snow .Liniment Order Eastern Star. end the price direct to

1-i1' N. Jackson of Danville 111.', writes: One. Advantage at Least In such cases a little Cascaret in timeIs It positively cured me of Rheumatism -. no equal. A t al Regular Chapiter meeting, No, 14 of, Florida O. E. anteed.oa. Each Rt&ila iUnhrtriy guar

11: ")ly daughter had a severe attack of If all the newspaper men are elected worth fifty dollars worth, of Treatment ,. after others had failed. Sold -'
will '
convince the Sr: o'clock p m. Tuesday -
connoisseur Pencil Co.
all Eagle
'La Grippe} and a terrible cough on her to the legislature it looks as later on, to. say nothing the suffering, I by druggists. April 24. Visiting ,
lungs. We tried a great many remedies though we ought to pet a committeeon discomfort, loss of Business and I that we members Manufacturer*
H without relief. She tried Foley's Honey printing' that would see that bet Energy, I ATTENTION, I I. O. O. F. are cordially ic- 3V/Brod_y.New York
and Tar which cured her. She has never ter state work was done.-Gainesville -loss of Social Sunshine it saves. i All members of Pensacola Lodge make no extravagant vited. '"
Si been troubled with a cough since." Sun. *' .No. 4 Joroa Lodge, No.6, Naomi MRS. ELUA BEYER, W. M.

Cured. S Little thin ename!.Casearet Box, halfas ItRebebb.( Lodg!, No. 10, and Excelsior claims. MRS. ,ALICE-' WILSON' Sec. ..,
: Consumption Endorsed. I Encampment No.4. 1. O. ,O. Ff, -
Parkhill -
Judge thick as watch, round-cornered 1 --- -
Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind. Judge!: Parkhill has received the your are notified that all future meetings Sir Knights, Attention! .> _, 151
$i Gentlemen:-Foley's Honey and Tar unanimous endorsement of the ,Pen':smooth-edged, and shaped so you don't 'I'Will be held In the New Odd Fellow's Wholesale' and ReuilG'ROCERS I' 'Regular Conclave of

*1i.l cared me of Consumption after I had sacola' Bar for his re-election to the,notice its presence In' your. purse or vest- I Hall, corner Baylen and Bslmoni Coe r De Lion Cam-
uffered two years and was almost des. Supreme Court bench. Judge Park.!pocket. I streets. % mandary Number 1, QUALITYAND

w perate. Three physicians failed to givo hill has many' .warm friends through-j' Contains six Candy. tablets-Price Ten i iI 1 .Knights Templar 7:20
i aV cae, any,relief and the last one said ho out..West: ,Florida. and will get a'Cents Box I ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW p. m., Monday, April SERVICEThe
could do I tried almost a at any Druggist's. I
me no good.
strong vote. in' this section of theiState. SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON all kinds of Feed 23. Balloting and
3 very medicine I heard tell of without .-Marianna TimesrCourfer. .'I I I Be sure you get the genuine; made only PARKER &. REESE.: THE and work In the Red CrossSojourning
., benefit, until Foley's Honey and Tar 'S by the Sterling Remedy Company. and CELEBRATED: RALSTON MAKE. Stuffs.Pluto 54 Sir quality of our laundr wo-$
_i:11 was recommended the to me. Its effect I Gratifying to the 'People. never sold in b &. Every tablet:stamped iW\ Knights are courtes- is unsurpassed. Exp'd' <
: right from start was magical. -111
i improved steadily from the first doses Judge ,C, B. 'Parkhill. of the supreme -"CCC. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 2l ly" invited. operators handle your i '.. -
,.court of, this state win be a "SWELL" LINE OF FOURINHANDTIES r' HARRY W. GIBBS. from their arrival here
,) ? and am now sound and well, and think a' i(: i 1'1
Foley's Honey and Tar is a Godsendtp candidate to succeei himself. This I ; VERY PRETTY PATTERNS; Water W. HENRY \rEDH.UI, E.. C. are delivered to you w.. ,
people with Throat and Lung Tron.v fact will be gratifying to the people ALSO A NICE LINE O.- WASH Rec.HOSIERVIHOSIERVJ- ,t this because we want \o\, k
of Parkhill is FREE TO OUR'HEADERS -it's our sole business P' "
ble. Yours very truly, Florida as Judge TIES. WM. JOHNSON & SON. --
z MRS. MARY AMBROSE. recognized as'one of the most learned It has bfttt arranged to mall free a I HOSIERY ;, you. Try us on your nex' :p<*'--
jurists of' the state, a brilliant!;PLATED beautiful trinket little freach-desifmed rd-en GOLD- MONDAY WE WILL SELL 20 Wholesale and Retail. LARGEST ANDMOST COMPLETELINE age.
baxJb nieJed ta
J, Three sizes-25c, 50c, $1.00. orator and a gentleman of high idas' pretty colors, a handsome ornament, YARDS LONSDALE BLEACHED OF MEN'S HIERYTO -BE
t. The 60 cent size contains two and ,conscious dignityGainesvilletsun. j most liberal offer ever made, and we i COTTON FOR $1.50. NO ONE OVER FOUND AT WATSONPAflKER &
want,every reader to haveone. Tea. The Star Steam
and one-half times as much as the ., ,*-.. j cents in stamps is asked as a measure ONE CUT. New Orleans Grocery Co. REESE'S DEPARTMENT STOREAT
almost I of good faith and to small and 1.00 bottle
size the $ carets with which
Want Adams to Run. this dainty box is Laundry.
loaded. ,
six times much. ,
as -HonrFranK Adams, "of's Hamilton -
I Send today, fee Bare to mention this .
SOLD AND RECOMKEMDEQ BT ''county declined a return to the state paper and write your address plainly. A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND' Jas. McHugh $1.50'AND$2. Address Sterling.
sfenate-, whereupon 'leading citizens Qompayt Flo.'h .
'I' Chicago $10.00 $1.19 SATURDAY AND
or or New York. m MONDAY
-L .> Druggist and Apothecary, .from all over the county'came out in 105. Proprietor I
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THE fflNGiFBLOOD There stands.alone heside the Zone, -.,.... :: -H :: .JfJ;; ::: t: ,. HHHi;: _rt : J:; :;H;: HHU.B:: t-\.=.. t

A-tremWing fore and_ aft.,. j
A5 man of Fate, a man of weight, ; '. :
,. Resembling_-William l''T ft..- ; t > '.
On solid earth his wondrous 'girth ; Carload of: : 1

1 PURIFIE'R"SJ Outswells like-a balloon; -., .. 1
And :?by his.fame. I know that same Is .I : ., -:
Governor Magoon. !

No other remedy has given such perfect satisfaction as a SPECIFIC, Eleven hundred engineers i,

blood purifier and tonic or is so reliable in the. cure of blood diseases THE OREAT 'Stand forth in sullen fit, I:

of every character as S. S. S. It is known as "The y.Bt04 .PII81nER. And passing by they loudly cry, j '

King of Blood Purifiers," and the secret of its success and : ,.,,. ..:... ; j.o And. -"We're' fifteen going thousand for to colored quit!" men : I IS a a 'er !

its right tIt this title is because "IT CURES DISEASE." To' Governor lagoon ;
honest medicine made !y : Inquiring turn, Just for to learn, i
of T
is an entirely .
purifying healingroots "
"Please, when will it be noon? ;,
herbs and barks, which are acknowledged to be specifics for : '. : I .*r.: ,:
arising from an impure poisoned condition.of 'iN sh; 0,' sultr 1ee. and janguidlee :.
diseases the blood
: The tropic pulse doth throb J
and possessing tonic prppertfes. that act gently and. admirably 1n the building of. a:rundown And 'languid spurt the loads of dirt, ,,; :>. ,,;: Just Received. .

weakened or disordered condition of .system f .end languid moves the job; -

One of the.greatest points in favor of S,.S. S. is that'it is the only blood remedy on the Aloft Sit among ravens the.many jib-jibtrees a- scare, J t ( '

market which does:.not contain i a mineral ingredient,.of some kind to derangeor: damage the Who look askance with cynic" glance | So great has been the. demand for this
And croak "Forevermore! !
system It IS the one medicine that can betaken with absolute safety by the child
youngest I
or the oldest member of the family, and persons- who have allowed their systems to get in But.hist! amon'; the waving palms j excellent mineral water that i find it necessary -
such condition that most medicines are repulsive to the stomach A man comes riding bold, { >
; will find that S S. S.
A journalist whose good right fist !
while thorough, is gentle and pleasant in its action, and, has none of the nauseatinoeffects A' fountain pen doth hold- i to order it in carload lots. t
of the different mineral mixtures and concoctions offered as blood Then; every black' man on the job ,
purifiers. j jlit
Shrieks nigh wail of I .
a woe. I
As every part of the body is dependent on.the.'blood for ,
: nourishmentand strength, it is And Gov. Magoon fails in a swoon-i 1
that this vital fluid be kept free from 'Twis Poultney Big-e-lo! '
necessary germsand poisons. So long as it remains

uncontaminated we are fortified against disease "0?,Poultney, Poultney Big-e-low, is the Best Water on Eath-;

,and health is assured;but any impurity, Gentlemen-S: ; S. s. is used as a: family medicine in our For every fright I"1 swoon, -
acts the home Imyselfhave taken and always found it what It is Why hast thou thus dlskivered us?"
humor poison injuriously
on s s- ..
Y claimed to be., It thoroughly cleanses the system of Im- Quoth Governor Magoon. I, "- .
and affects the general health. Pus :'purities, increases the appetite, improves the ." "
tern digestion, 0Mac Magoon, O, Mac Magoon,
and builds up the general health. I have it Stick to old friend and drink the wateri :
tular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the children with fine results. It promptly restores given the to my Thou hireing'slare of'Taft, ; ; your -
different skin affections show that the blood Ute'and clears the skin of all eruptions. It is a appe-fine Lo: I have'came to -writ "thy"name :
blood. tonic and has my hearty endorsement. very And damn thy,ditch as-'graft." i which are sure will do good. I .
is in a feverish and diseased condition as a 124 S.9th St., Lebanon Pa. P. H. THOMPSON. you you ; ;. .. _
result of' too much acid or the of Then backward to his trusty shipP.
presence I-'
some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid; unhealthy matter in the ',')Iap. Big-e-low Captain hale doth, set crunch sail, set sail- original mineral water and '\ : ; J 1

blood and Rheumatism Catarrh Scrofula We will.not stop for''lunch!" I :I -t1 .
Contagious' Poison
etc., are all -deep-seated, And-eke he walks the quarterdeckAnd N. J.- ,
blood disorders that continue! to grow wors' long-as the poison remains.' mutters in his huff,

But all blood,diseases are not acquired; some pe.sops are born with an hereditary faint c And eke statistics! .be.doth write Bev6raeflJi .1
Upon his milk-white, 'cuff.. It is Healthful Refreshing
in the blood and we. see this' great :.affliction manifested iti'many ways. The skin has awaxy ; a ,

pallid appearance, the eyes'. re often weak::.i ,glands of the neck enlarged and as the At Washington at Washington, :. .,
taint has been in the blood:since.birth the,entire healthis; usually affected. Where Government doth dwell, .ip
The ,
King cries "Ha! our Panama,
In all blood troubles' S.S. S. :has proved itself'a: pene, t:.remedy and has well earned the By all reports, doth well, It is bottled by the Bethesda .Mineral-,Springs {
title of "KING OF BLOOD PURIFIERS.": 'Itrgoes:' d' own into the circulation and removesall My broiling toilers moil the soilWhere'sleeps

poisons humors, waste or foreign matter,'a11d'makes thi /'stream of life pure and health- (Just then, the ship the 'of Yellow Big-e-low Jack"- : Company Waukesha Wis. and there is a M j
sustaining; Npthing reaches inherited blood Floats .up the Pat, O'Mac.)

.troubles like S.,:S. S.; it removes every particleof And Taft pales even, to the chin j g "new man in every bottle C' ; :. 1 j z

the taint, purifies and strengthens the weak, When Bb; a-low he seeth, .+,' 1: ':11
And on the shore King Theodore } ! deteriorated blood, and supplies it with the
Pales even to the teeth;
healthful. properties it needs and establishes the But Big-e-low. outcries: "So-ho!

great foundation medicine, for has.good no health.equal, and As it will a tonic be found this .I I Here have spring written the no shame empty on' 'my of ring-Panama cuff." 4 Call for It and Insist on Having ft l! : I 1 1I

PURELY VEGETABLE .especially bracing to weak, anaemic persons. *. ..r'' "'

Rheumatism, Catarrh; Sores and Ulcers Skin "We're' lost Sir Taft," quoth Theodore i
ere 'tis too late,
Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and: all other ,blood troubles are cured permanently We send a bunch of CongressmenFor I;i You should have it at your club, at your t

by 8. S.S."and so thorough the'cleansing of the blood that no trace of the disease to in-Test-1-gate."
is'left to break ' future years or 'tobe' transmitted to offspring. 'It you are in So.Of forty mind"'memorial Ol1S con'gre'ssmen' t1, favorite saloon, and on your sideboard. f fi i ; !

need of a blood purifier get /'THE KING"' of them all, S. S. S.-and good. results: are They quickly ship upon a trip !s.!'ft,j 'J J

assured. Book on the blood and any medical advice. desired furnished without charge to To see the great Canal .:, .:1
all who write. And on the site of the;Canal .... 'i
, a THE SWIFT,SPECIFIC,COMPANY ATLANTA,. GA. The grave Committee, stand I MQQ I IDi "r
And chew and smoke'and deftly poke ,
'- Their canes Into ,the' fcand. ;9 I

(.+(+a<...:+:+:+ ...:+: :...:+:+:...:+: ;+ :.t +... / !being the commissary of the AIg' r. But ere the hour.of.aoon-arrives '
Buck turns that learned ;
Sullivan Lumber Co. The ladles findit Like Mr. bunch- .: tribtzter. ,. tj
Poultney Big-e-low,
The a pleasure to visit our
Town many
of Century stores but as usual the most attractive They cannot stop for lunch. .' -.,.
placs is where the Easter ton '--
gets are to be found.A So no'w, when haughty engineers ;Wholesale Liquor Dealer ::1 F {
Prize Essay Written well regulated barber shop Is a Grow: grumpy and resign ,. ,,
Dorothy Ray .
And labor-fearing blackamoors
great comfort to the gentlemen of ...
our town. There Is also Upon' their spades recline. Pensacola Fla. :
Aged 12 Pupil of Grade Seven in a jeweler's.
establishment: and a tailor. The tale of PoultneE: Blg-e-low: ..
the Century Public School. I The families in general appreciate Is oft repeated o'er; .
the parlor market and the Home But the ravens look at the Canal 1C .
.. ..:+:+: :....:...:+:+:. :+:+:...:+:..:..:+:+:'t<+:+:+:..(+; Bakery. And croak, "Forevermore!" .u. : :-U-!*j
I I We have a well regulated infirm: -Wallace Irwin in New York Globe).
I ary with, trainer: nurses and two at, ---- ..

Century is a little town in the tion and on Jan. J, 1900 the first work tending physicians besides other physicians Counterfeiting the Genuine REWARD !
northeast corner of Escambia County I'Was done to clear the woods and not conected with the infirm Foley & Co., Chicago, originated $100.00 I Put them in before the PLIES and ,
Florida. open the way for the present thriv ary.There two Honey and Tar' as a throat and lung $100.00 reward will be paid for the I SCREENS! MOSQUITOES into house.
It is forty-two miles north of Pen6..eola little town. are drug stores which remedy, and on account of the great arrest and delivery to the sheriff of I get your I
. the county site, ,and is in The chief industry is the manufacturing -help supply! the country, but our merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Walton county., cne Charlie RenolsJ We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. .
easy reach of Mobile, New Orleans, of lumber for home ana: foreign town/ is quite has healthy. convenience and Tar many imitations are offered I ;a negro. Description: Height 5 feet) Supply of BRICK now on hand.
Montgomery and other leading citieso trade, the foreign trade finding Century many for the genuine. These worthless 10 or 11 Inches; weight about 160 or1
fthe South.. its outlet through the harbor of Pen- not found them in the many long distance other places telephone initiations have similar sounding 170 pounds; bright mulatto! with medium Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA &- C0GETYOUR *
Century is built on. a branch of the sacola. among names. Beware of them. The genu- large eyes. Has scar on upper w.. V.VAVN
1 short lines, water works
Louisville and Nashville railroad and The daily average of lumber is some stable etc. ine Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow lip to the right of nose and when last .
electric lights, livery
has 9Jetw en' fifty and 'seventyfivemiles about 150,000 feet of both dressed and II social advantages package. Ask for It and refuse seen he wore a blue faded jumper,
of railroad of her own that undredssed. A gang saw has beau. being The good people there are are good three; any substitute. It is the best remedy overalls, a gray cap, a new pair of No.
reaches away back into the woods added to the already for and colds. shoes.
long list ct well established churches Methodist coughs W. A. D'Alem- 8 fine sharp toed Reward to
and brings in load after load of pine fine machinery. This will furnish I [Baptist and Christian, besides the berte, druggist and apotheca/y. be paid by J. A. Richtourg; & Co.,
logs to her mill, besides the daily employment for a great many men services of the Crestview, Fla.
passengers to and from the woods. and is a daily attraction to all the frequent Catholic, and there are. two GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND
She derives' her name from the Ibuiinesa! -element within reach. It,I churches and for colored people. $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING KEEP COOL. ELECTRIC!
fact that she was permanently established :has brought many wealthy, We have an excellent public COMPANY.FSMelen&Go. BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW FANSi
at the opening of the twentieth pccit and charming-people
! school. The 'public school building WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS
-- ---
centurylbout Sunny Southland. Its has --
presence presents a nice appearancewith its THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S
: eighteen years ago Mr D. caused the little log hous to !
coat of white paint, green blinds, .eeeNOeINNONNNeoeolo UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY. }
F. Sullivan conceived the idea of (there being only about three:
trees etc. The i is
'pretty building
building mill and establishing left and in their : :
a great ) places are built I j
electricity. Our schoo .
lighted by GO TO WM. JOHNSON & SON FOR
a town on this very. spot. It was many nice new cottages and fine' NOW
has three departments, the primary, SANDALS AND
then the wildest of pine wood's with residences, the most 'attractive being BAREFOOT WHITE t1
intermediate and advanced under the CANVASS OXFORDS.
hardly a pettier in the country found on Main street and out in the management of three
able s
died around just [the had Mr.finished D. F. selectingthe Sullivan western The enterprising part ;.people* do not depend being hundred The present and enrollment seventeen I Handle Nothing % $10.00 GET AT A PANAMA STANDARD, $5.00,CLOTHING$7.50 AND We have. a large supply for sale or rent. 1

the railroad leaving on' tHe .
right-of-way for entirely mill for supportbut the for the whole term

it and to completed by strange hands.In in anew. century and commerce turn to for farming general.turpentining supportThere has and been average ninety-two. t But i COMPANY. They are the finest things in the world s
There is a fine club -"building(pri-
1898 and. 1899 the matter wa stores all : FULL LINE MEN'.S SAMPLE
are seven doing a f THE VERY '
vate property) with all modern con BEST t
brought forward again. for' slderat business, the most STRAW HATS, WORTH WHOLE.
co good important
off the
ven ences, pool room, bath room,; SALE $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 AND $3.00 keep stegomyia. can ,
dance hall, .library and readinglooms. I of WILL BE OFFERED MONDAY FOR I

98c. SEE WINDOW.f. old 1
NO/IIIIOeN eNNN 90.INI ONNee..eN1N1eN1... There are ,several important secret t Everything. J E. BRAWNER'S and' repair your one.
societies which meet in the' club Department tore.
: .i building. .t. .
Good hotels! and privatebeaming t : 1
Refrigerators and S houses aup-ply comfortable lodgings Clean, heavy clipped Whiten OFFICE: MOVEDWE LW.PEAEEXPERT
I for the .Stranger Within our Gates.
vThe town is built on level ground
e No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran 4J FROM THE KEYSER BUILDING, 1
about one mile from the Escamibia
i Ice Boxes. ,. r river.Th& Century mill pond and Moore's Z Chick Feed, consisting of 20 + STREET WHARF..PATRONS" IN ELECTRICIAN.j
: 11
c Creek form a dividing line betweenthe J articles for the -rapid and THE FUTURE WILL PLEASE CALL
: healthy growth of the newly *. UP PHONE No. 77; AS THE OLD;
white and colored population.We
i : : HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED. Pensacola Florida.
Warm weather, the weather for ,the Refrigerators, Ice have good roads, beautiful thatched Wheat and Mixed Feed T NUMBER. .
1 Boxes and the Ice man is here. The iceman and his woods and quiet by-paths1ined with for
: bill won't be such a "bug-a-boo" if ;you use-a good Refrigerator :I all the green-These foliage of spring lover and of !. the Condition hen. Powders for horse, DUNWODY-AIKEN TOW BOAT CO. Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Building
or Ice Box., : flowers. tempt .the : 1
: nature to stray from home in many cow and poultry. GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND .

i "Odorless" Refrigerators $$14 to $$22 i directions: Dorothy/ Ray, ::'. ,u.Opnkey's;edies, roupe Celebrated, cure, Poultry cholera .: $10.00 COMPANY.AT STANDARD CLOTHING : J.

Grade Seven, Age, 12. cure, gape cure and lice killer' .
t .you town telephones
t We Can Make Profit for ContractorsThis j
and you can keep vegetables: milk and butter In them WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT GI LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE
! withQut contamination. Other Refrigerators as low as : REESE. iUS. In neighboring' towns write e OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE
: &
900. TO WATSON PARKER ,us. FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER & Is 'a reat season for building and contractors !
: Wild's L'.noleum for kitchen office or store,, 75c AND
to 35 cents. Laid Tree. Window Shades made any size, MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU give a full measure of satisfaction to your customers. ;
I any color, from 50 cents up-Hung Free, : $1.00.A .1 i TO BUY. Let us 'figure on lour contracts for rough lumber, dressed c.
tf BOYS' ANDMEN'S I F. S. MELLEH & CO. lumber, turned and scroll work lime brick hair
2 MONDAY WE WILL SELL laths, paints, oils, varnishes and a full line of builders'
! MARSTON, ,& QUINA, WM.: JOHNSON JUST& SON. :. .Phone 334.Pensacola i SHORT LENGTHS OF FITCHVILLE hardware.Saunders. 1

L 108/110 Palafox St. Phone 148., Pensacola, Fla GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND i .. Fla. s YARD NO ONE LENGTHS OVER TWO, .AT PIECES.F. 6C. .YARD. : Mill Company

.4.....e1HNp..H.....N.N..NN........NN1:1'COMPANY.$10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING TNe..INN.1'N1NNNeeeN' : Department E. BRAWNER'S Store. Phone 71 7. 21 East Garden Street.

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: t I "The Best'is What We Sell" ,,I I5.IOAND

r$1$ P PEOPLE and I I Queen Olives. TO ORGANIZE

) Do "you ?know the crop is ex -
1 | ,Seen Heard and ,Done' Among Those Who Go Come and i ceedinguy'small? .
I Do you know that prices are" PARTIES:>> TO ORGANIZE, TEN CIS STORE
i advancing?

it ; Tarry& Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. I ,is Do ayear, you: hence know?the new crop THOUSAND DOLLAR -
; WE.OFFER- FANCY SOUND'. COMPANY SOON. ,Tenth Anniversary Sale---Ten Days I

Telephone 669.
:f II I (not culls) For ten days,\ from the 18th to the 28th, weare celebratin
:tU I 'Pensacola is to have a large elec
At the old prices to give our tric Supply house. the Tenth Anniversary of the founding of the first Kress store

?st I trade the benefit. The event means much to us, and We intend to make it memorable
The will
of the new concern
LINEN :SHOWER FOR Fancy bottles .. .SOc
Queen with :
tt MISS MAUDE DUNCAN. ] Vie Journal's Daily Fashion Fel?ttre. 'Fancy Queen, bottles., .. 75c .be the Pensacola Electrical: Supply Our you.position' S'indeed uncommanding when we opened that

Y +$II i& Katharine Loftin gave a linen Large Queen, bottles.. ...SOc Company and their place of business
t shower at her home on Guillemarde Bauquet Queen, bottles...50c will be Palafox street. Both local first store in Memphis ten years ago this April. are to-day
i'1' Friday afternon, for Miss Maude I Extra Fancy, bottles... .SOc powerful in the buying power of our fifty thriving establishments,
Duncan, that was a very pretty and I Stuff Queen bottles. ... SOc and outside capital' will be interested There must"be-a.reason back of this remarkable development.The .

nrt'* delightful affair and showered the .. J \ Plain Queen, bottles.. ....25c and the advent of the new firm reason is there-MERIT. The business was started m ;
popular bride-elect with a quantity : Vl Small size stuffed or plain lOc- will fill a long felt want'They :
and will continue to
merit developed on merit, grow only so long a:,5 i
of desirable linen in embroidered, ,
:' ( Olive .. ...
dow. ) lOc for
(new .. will incorporate, 110,000
drawn work and lace insetting th tWill .. r rN ra that word i is foremost,in the. minds of the Kress people-and none I
J r and will begin: business about May I
/ add Aeauty and worth to her future ', :" know this better than we.

;kf= home, and remind of girlhood :' '. -, .;. ROSENAU & GERELDS. 10.Wood The, of officers Birmingham are Stearling president A.; ,In all trans'actfons, from the smallest purchase you make fromus I I

'" days.Miss '1 I W T. vice- the largest make from manufacturers, we always remember !
Loftin invited seventeen The Fancy Grocers, Bidwell, of Birmingham, to
young matron and girl friends to be Phone president and consulting engineer; that merit is the foremost principle. We know too well that the I I''

:' present and was a most successful 391. Pensacola. !tTohn' Massey, Pensacola Secretaryand permanency we strive for comes only through a square deal at all
c ; and inspiring' hostess. treasurer, amp Jackson Brandon,
times to all
people. .
i A delightful luncheon was served, manager.. I
p fr1 at which everything was carried out 3Ir. Wood is a prominent attorneyand Meriting your trade meant on our part, study cf local need:, I

la green aria white. The 'centerpiece capitalist. of Birmingham who is service standard, regularity and responsibility. And our adherence

sti 'was a large fern dish filled BOSSO'SIce greatly impressed with the possibilities to these principles means nothing if not value.for-price, such as no

:with maiden hair ferns and white : of Pensacola. Mr. Bidwell, is dealer can give. .
Xf' round which hid in the i Cream chief electrician: for the Atlanta and
roses, Factorycan have made for
the our
immense.purchases we just fifty storeswe
{ leaves were a thimble, ring and West Point railroad. He :will! locatein '
+; L penny.: p Pensacola permanently. were more than'ever impressed with our masterful position in the

; t lAmld much meriment Miss Effie 1'f furnish you cream in Mr. Brandon is well known in world's great markets.

1 (Duncan drew the penny. Miss Es- any quantity. Satisfaction Pensacola, having been engaged here We shall take pains to pass that impression on to you through
4,; stelle Jennings the thimble and Miss guaranteed. for sometime ,past in the electrical low-cut retail prices. .
: fHarriman ,business in this city. He b a practical many
:Ws the ring. PHONE 1326
If should make this but succeed in
f Those present besides the hostess electrican, and generally considered we no profit on "drhhg

a 3Hss1.oftin and the "showeree" Miss ,an. expert in his line. home "Kress merit," we shall be content.

;;?- Duncan were Mrs. Charles Rice, $ $ The new company will conduct a The following values prove that we have not been in business for

Mrs. Dan Shepard, Mrs Leslie retail and wholesale business, and ten years without results-for you:
i5 Brooks, Mrs. W. W. Weekly.. Mrs. C. % PIANOS AND ORGANS. 'if will carry 'a large stock of electrical i isupplies' --
rg .R. Johnson, Mrs. A.' ".'f. McMillan, ;b CASH OR EASY TERMS. of all kinds. They will al- ,

,t ,(Miss Harriman, Miss Abbie Brooks,' iS d. All Piano Work Guaranteed. # so do electrical work of all kinds.
Miss VIrgie Klosmeier. Miss Josie CLUTTER & RUSHING, On Sale Monday 9 A. M.
Jtoberts: Mis sJessie XJennett. MissEstelle 12 EAST'GOVERNMENT ST. GOOD JUDGMENTis .

t1: Jennings.. Miss Effie "Duncan, PHONE 476. # the essential characteristic of men
(Miss Mayme Willis Duncan, and. Miss I i and women. Invaluable to good business
Picture Sale
; Euda: Day. ., #*##***## **#****** men and necessary to house- Anniversary ,
r IF Miss Josie and Miss Mabel Loftin wives. A woman shows good judg

1 .gracefullyt' A I 1i ment when she buys White's Cream 25 Cents,
-+- qfi.i' has left a host of friends regretting Vermifuge for her 'baby. The .best
;IELY-BULLOCK WEDDING her departure and trusting she will worm medicine ever offered to moth- Worth 69 Cents to $1.25.

t.. ,II k ,IN MONTGOMERY. i return next fall. Mr and Mrs. ers. Many indeed are the sensible
Mr.: John William Bullock Jr.. ofVthis S 1 Donnelly have proved delightful social mothers, who write expressing their 11 A. M.
r city was married in the First. t accessions and their sister has gratitude for the good health of their!

Baptist church in Montgomery, Wednesday : teen greatly admired. children which they owe,to the use of Special Towel Sale,
April 18 to Miss Ida Katharine -! ; .. White's Cream Vermifuge. ,Sold by :
t F' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. 1 all druggists. ,;' 5 and 10 Cents Each,
y w '!JW. Ely of that city, Rev. Charles A. ; T. : f r' : Mr., Osthous' 'the famous painterof Worth 25 Cents.
ag r! Stakely officiating. The church .was 1 animals; and brother of
: $1.00 WHITE BED'
tastefully decorated. I '... Mrs. E. HI Skinner and his wife "
in of kaveto-night for their:. home in Toledo
vI The bride was gowned a,robe E.
r iwnlte satin trimmed!! with handsome II .- .., Ohio, after an enjoyable stay in BRAWNER'S'Department Store. Fine Muslin Sheets

,eld! lace. Her only ornament was a .. Pensacola where they have been recipients ,
necklace with diamond pendant gift I t .. \, ',:1 of many charming atten SAM BOSSO, Prop. 25 Cents, ,
;t of the bridgegroom. Her long tulle '. 5 r tions. Mr. Osthous entertained
f WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G" Sell Everywhere for 65 Cents.
tt' eleven gentlemen handsomelywith
veil was fastened in her beautiful very
hair by a spray of bride rose buds : a stag dinner at the .Osceola
' and foliage and she carried a showerof .5- Club last: night. V
I THE SCHOOL: GIR 'a ;" .. MONEY CAN' BUY FOR 50c,,75c AND :
the same roses and white tulle :: L'S PRINCESS 'FROCK. # + $1.00. .Ne rOut Footed Bowls

and was an ideal bride in appearance 'dirs.'Turtle and daughter ,
; and lovely with- The princes which we have always fullness over the hips and bust. Thereis ., yuonger
r manner-very
Miss Dodi the Bayshore 25 Cents
tr'a'ISiY a!. been wont to associate with the graceful no 'bodice lining' in the waist, the! were among

1Ii 'Her sister Miss Claire Ely was curves of, the more,mature figure girdle princess portion featherbone being adjusted foundation over t- day people night present. __'at" the german E'ri.L CANDIDATES AT Just Like Cut Glass,. Value 100. .

.. bas this spring invaded the field\of .
ter each shir
has been! stitched BLUFF
Mr. Wilbur .Haytsard left Friday SPRINGS !!
misses' wear, but so effectively hut through on the machine to keep 11 I t .5' WATCH KRESS9 WINDOWS"r
night for New Orleans
.mode been carried out that it,has .
e from slipping, which would also take '
proved a most becoming style to the the, place of the corset. The ful'1 1 '
n ,. Monday's'J immature figure of the growing girl sleeve of elbow length is gathered 'Mrs. T. B. Maiabx of Tuskegee, 'Special to The Journal. !

The'double skirt, with its broad-stitch into a rather deep cuff,- trimmed wit ll Ala., arrived Thursday, on a visit, ,to Bluff' Springs, April 21.-Escambia: I .
ed tucks is cut separate'from the a cream eyelet embroidery, the exacl t t her sister Mrs W. W. Richards.. county candidates descended upon ; .2aa2aa2aee2axeeee22e2ee2ewN
'baby waist with a shallow pointed shade of the batiste. This emforold. 1 Bluff Springs in force today and addressed I
yoke; the two then joined at the ery also outlines the yoke, back and, General S. G, :French is in the city as many of the voters: as i
waistline and shirred into a deep girdle front and edges the'round Dutch neck guest of his daughter Sirs..L. Hilton ''could; be rounded up. Addresses N
: Specials ff1
effect, which gives a necessary; The closing is in the back. Green', .. 'were made by John 'S. Beard, candi- !"' '... t,. U'u#
1 date for the state senate; Jerry J. I nJ RHODES UTCH-COLLIN fj
The german given by the young Sullivan and M. JaCoby, candidate '
f r t.fT5. I her maid of Ikjnor, a ,dainty vision in his hands in invocation, causing the set in Catholic Knights' Hall Friday for the-legislature' ; Thos. F. Wrighton !W FURNITURE CO., fJflf
pale rase radium silk over pale rose wide white sleeves to flow in gracful night was largely attende and led by .J. M. Andrews and N. McK. Oerting, ru :"/: FURNITURE, MATTING,

I taffeta, carrying a shower of bridesmaid lines from -bis arms, everyonein eMr. Robert Denham and :Miss Doti candidates respectively, for county i STOVES, ETC.Pensacola .
I roses. hearing agreed wIth the involuntary Turtlea treasurer, county commissioner and ,ru "f N
; Here are a groupe of offerings that The other maids were Miss Anne exclamation .of "He looks like --+- tax collector. !ru ,:'" 'N

are worthy of every lady's attention. Calloway of La Grange and Miss An- saint"Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton. Cov- ;. Fla., April 21, 1906.

{ r= We make them special attractions for nie Pesfther, Miss Sara Lucky! of Weeks; in 'speaking his.subject ington of North Carolina, are 'guests !fU ,-.:, Dear Madam I
('Birmingham and Miss Annie Flinn, -"Resurection, the Antidote to of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Covington at r.1 '
4, MONDAY SHOPPERS. all wearing white frocks and carrying .: ,: Are you thinking of buying
Death"-took his text from Philip- their handsome home on North HilL a re-
annsful of bridesmaid roses. plans Iii. twenty and twenty first t u .:, ', frigerator this season? If so we ro-' N

is Ulr. Ely'Calloway of La Grange, verses, and dId 'ed' his subject into Paymaster and bars. John M. Higgins 1 _-, fer you to page No. 8, of this paper. N
: 2.50 and Mr. John Ely brother of the three parts. First-"Teachings o.Nature. r left Friday night on a few days eiic1oa's' j"" We call your particular attention
4 bride of Knoxville, were the ushers. '. .'' Sacond ''Deductions of visit to their parents Col. and Mrs. l" to our Stone-Lined Refrigerators..
PAIR. The bridegroom was attended by Reason ThIrd-"Proof from the Gibbs, in San Antonio Texas. They are not lined with slate! but
Mr. Richard (Carroll of Pensacola as Scriptures." with pure white stone, and can be

Ladies' Patent Colt, three button best man, with Mr. Charles Russell :And the sermon ,he preached :was Mrs. W. H. McCam, of Montgomery, mashed like a plate.
:.L- Oxford, full Cuban heel, dull tops or Columbus, 'Ga., and Mr. Will so earnestly eloquent of profound I Ala., and little grand daughter, Inez [U We guarantee every one of them 8S

1 f bight sole. Amorine' as groomsmen. study logical reasoning, and spiritual Porter, of Rodman, Fla., are visiting and? if they don't give you absolute
Mr. and Bullock left after '
k soon truth, as must have,touched with satisfaction to refund
her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Smitherson, 1 : we agree your
M the ceremony and are now at conviction themost indifferent t 823 East Jackson. lil -' :money.; What fairer offer could you
.L their home la this city where they; hearer. ; ,' ask?.

$2.50 are receiving the felicitations of S(Perhaps the strongest evidence of f Mrs. 'F. E. Brawner 1 president of ,:< We want you to call and look at
their friends. Its impressiveness lies in the fact'that =,,- our lineor'not whether intend J
PAIR.' I the Foreign Missionary Society of r. you to buy S
Captain and Mrs. Ely entertained
.r3 for it is still a theme of earnest the Palafox M. .E. church, leaves their daughter's bridal party previous / and thoughtful conversation. Tuesday to attend the convention in U v. ptit a White Mountain Refrigeratorin
Ladies' Patent Colt, iblucher Oxfords t0 the wedding in a handsomemanner those who heard-It.
among Ala. home will
t Greenville your you never use another /
at their home \
Hull street
;f ,At ; dull tops, half Cuban heel, on -+- + U ,' ; : kind.

k creased toes. which with"'Spring was flowers delightfully in pink decorated and Miss Isabel Unkles of London Mr. and Mrs. A. Lischkoff and Mr. I U i g We are: now selling out our second
ls4.S England, left Thursday to spend the and Mrs. A. Greenhut left last night Pride carload this season. They range in I
; beautiful and blooming !
white growing fO >
with %
friend in
summer North Carolina
/ 8
to attend the (B'Nai Brith convention : price from $7.50 to $75.00.Don't <
I / ..- : plants being' abundant. after spending a" delightful win which meets this morning in Mont- W > : until rJ
t ; $2.40 Among the' many handsome presents -ter with her sister Mrs. James A. : .. buy you have seen
' i .PAIR. received was a massive silver Donnelly the exceptionally charming gomery, Ala ftj :If.: what we have to offer. )lit"

is i < way water Conductors service'from, of the which.Order the of bride's Rail'wife of the British vice-coasol: andWorih Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hamm of 411 t It Yours Respectfully, '; fJ

'; adie dark tan Oxfords bluchcr father .Is an ..honored charter West Cervanteij, left yesterday nooa :: :: : nilODEB-FUTCH-COLON-S 00. .
,. mem-\\ to visit his relatives in Montgomery. Hams and ;
ber. The goblets and ..
tray J. H. Collins Mgr. \
,f1 /Cut,*large eyelets, wide silk ribbon brkte's InItials' and' on the pitcher is' it'sWeight 11isaaaaaaaaaaaaxeaaaaaaaaaaa-' ,
1i laces, Cuban heel, light and soft. engraved: Mrs. Edward Forcheimer leaves to- I

S "From 3Io"ntgomery Division 98, O. morrow for New Orleans on a visit f

I R. C.,' to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bullock to Mr.. and Mrs. Abe Rosenfield and:

$2.00PAIR. ,Jr.,- April f..18, 1906." other relatives. '' BreakfastBacon, # I V ,:' rJ

airs. D. Hale Wilson leaves Wed. ::
nesday for Selma to visit Miss Draw-
t Ladles Patent Tip, Viet Kid., Blucher (Among the many beautiful local ton who will be pleasantly remem- 'CLcC-- -- '
bered as Mrs. Wilson's Carnival S
Oxford, large wide 'silktibboV Easter services that were held in the TO REMOVE b.
i Gadsofen M, E. church of which Rev. FRECKLES AND guest. Agood8.dayParlorClock. . ... ..... '.. ... .. .. t . .$5:IG
r, loces,. dull I ce'1Itay, .Cuban T- Rogers is pastor was unique. PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS; USE 4 A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3 >J

w ;zrt leeL And/the scene has impressed with, Mrs. "Dick" McAllister l'Tuesday 8-day Mission Clocks, |2.75 to. . .. ..... .. ... .. .. . . .?5.00
The for Greenville, Ala., as lodal Repairing at reasonable
unusual earnestness' those who had Complexion BeautifierNciQinoIci prices.
delegate to the Foreign Missionary We Are
the privilege .of being presentThe convention of the Alabama M. 'E.I J. F.,04VIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.
1.75 .
ry sermon was preached by Rev.Sylvester -- .. ._-"-
conference.Mrs. ----
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is Weeks espcially to the: and I
PAul '
Knight Templars about thirty of .KB ?mundedif Sole Agents.
whom had,a special car to convey it fails to remove Hattie Swift, and daughter, Hammocks for
!Miss Katie, and 'grandson, George Summer Time
them.aOO from the the wont .,tod
f ,Ladies' White Canvass Blucher Ox. as they marched very cases beautify the Maechal Stoeckinger leave Mondaynoon

R p. ford, embroidered toes three large eyelets ride car to. the beautiful church they and themselves of complexion in twenty days. for New Orleans to attend the We have them-you need them. Get one and hang beneai.;' '...
a picture one
trees-get book
t wide laces .white covered Cuban which Pensacola may well feel proud. Mrs. Edward Jones, al. Motet, Surfing, great Confederate reunion and to m ether Hammocks a$1.2a :and you then have the acme of summer com'
& heel all 'wearing new Knight ,Templar! Kentucky,.writes_ brother, Mr. T. R. Smith a Con, $1.50. up to J5.00. Books lOc, 25c, i SOc, 75c and "I.<> '
federate veteran, from San Aantonlo,
uniforms and carrying banners. "I feel
t A HOSIERY to match any of the above The church- was' superbly new decor Nadinola it has-1 been dut7 to te IB teat*. IOu'I h4 the suffered beDdt Texas. As the brother and sister .Coe's Bookertore.

style! in guase or lace at 25c, SOc atedi-the pulpit banked with massed hood.untold mortiflcttioo HaviD. ". with freckles,since child- have not seen each other for thirty Sol Oahn & CO. Fhene ZJ5.,
& an .the lisklr ncoa-: 213 South Palafox St ..f. Pe uacola
7c and U.OO.Meyer. palms, rosss and lilies and the whole mended creams' and lotion, with muck! years, the joy of their reunion will be
hesitancy 1 bonght your' entire treatment very great ,
m l covered After giving it a fair trial I moat httrUb --
: recommend it, for is', worth iu weight fi The Pure Food Store
appropriately choice, ana' ringing grid to any woman--ntrinz freckle: Yow I Milton Wood Lappington came 'In L. C. SMITH & BROS.
Shoe Co. 'with devotional Easter joy. with NtdiaoU is the only thiaf I hue ever used from Goukting'yesterday to celebrate .

jWhen the' retired "minister.beloved -gnoo.suewas.Wuhing Your you the aae deserved lace Powder elites,it J his third birthday at .the residence of Southwest Corner Palate ana luteatfeatia
.. 1 ,", Dr.. Weeks in his long white am I lcerel1.DPrice his grandparents )Ir. and Mrs. JohnG. VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS

'Furnishers for Folks. prelate'robe and cape, ,with ita blue 50 cents and t.Oo Wood. Sixteen' his little friends Phones I JI8 "Writing in Sight."
$ by.buiing and all in their
stole and silver embroidered emblems i; were present pretty I
:fcureists or nuO. Prepared by the Once see and use the Machine: you will have no other. Order
clothes made attractive
an as
? andwearing the little pointed
+ ; booklet it.
J 102 South Palafox. explaining
cap, approached the, pulpit and lifted Mfctional I
Toilet Co. Paris Term.

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2,500 yards figured batiste very 2000 yards Plate Val! Laces worth 75 Ladies' Waist long and short .

pretty designs,. worth 8 1-3 cents 20c to 25 cts per yard. This is sleeves trimmed with lace and em-

positively one of the greatest lace broidery goods we have been

per yard, in order to close them out selling

values ever given and cannot be at $1.50 and $1 L75. Your choice

quickly, we say only 5 cents a yard. matched in value, only I 10c a yard of the lot $1.19.


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in Panama land

lianteen, black and corset'Zephyr Dress Mercerized Table White Linen finish Figured Lawns very

blue only, $4.00 and cover Flouncings i Ginghams Linens, Shirting worth pretty designs

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".. recently! varied: the monotony of Ue existence Billy had not -
? ,1 '' I money enough to continue ed a very decent fellow, despite his oc- and it sounded to him like a He but
and was presently confror:. d by this correspondence by wire with- cupation. Winser gave no sign of disbelief
one that overtopped the others; tappedeverything out breaking one of the $500 bills he
so When they came to Billy's room he "Of course I should not have used
he could remember to haveseen wrote a long letter which he mailed could not at first remember where he the money without knowing where it
outside dreamland. There,was about daybreak and by the last delivery had put the Mousoud envelope, and it came from" said he in conclusion "but
M'R. MOVSOVD upon the desks paperweight of painted that afternoon he received Dor- was by accident that he found it in a. I persuaded myself that somebody had
porcelain, a Christmas present from othy's letter, full of subtle
persuasion, drawer which he had not opened sinceIt been my good angel. There are two or
Dorothy and very dear to his heart and inclosing her check for 1500. was put away. three men in this city who were close

.. Protruding from' beneath it.(he now Three 'days later came Dorothy herself The envelope had been torn and was friends of mine In college and are now
beheld something green, and this and in the
Tty HOWARD FIELDING green thrilling conversation empty. very rich. :Miss Vincent had often
substance proved to be four bank"'notes, which ensued she denied in the most Dazed and ashamed, Billy laid it up- heard me speak of them and though
Copyright 1S06! bu Chariea IT. HIM I each of the denomination of $500. explicit manner all knowledge of the on the desk without a word and the she knew that the acquaintance had
In'the midst"of the confused impression larger sunu.It two looked
men into each other's
,I eyesa been entirely broken off because of the
of the
extraordinary nature of this will be remembered that Louis XL moment. difference of our circumstances she
'-- event 'and the instinctive effort of the of France had many solemn forms of "You have no idea who did this?" said might have found means to communi-

mind to watch and measure it with adjuration only one of which he heldto Winser. I cate my need to one of them. The
T had been a bad Satur- language as they strolled along when' penny bank will carry me over Sunday some remembered marvel, Billy recalleda be binding and he would never tell Billy shook his head. I theory was wild, but
so extraordinaryan
day for Billy Allen- they were"suddenly a'wa're of a flurry and on Monday phrase of Dorothy's: "You ought tohave' "
comes my check. Goodnight which ot.them it was. Few men have "What was in it? he asked, with the event seemed to excuse little
wood. Somebody in the throng and the quick gatheringof Billy boy and think of what I 2000." been so clever as Louis but nearly all dull manner of a discouraged man, and dreaming. Of course I never connected
hadn't come downtown a crowd. A man had fallen from said to you. I meant it, every word." "Dear, dear little girl," he said aloud women are. Protestation with mental he made a vain search of the drawer. this money with the Mcusoud letter
the platform of q. crowded car and now Billy had no penny bank and as he and the tears rushed into his eyes. This Winser had not He
that day; somebody Reservation is the natural wea-pon of replied. was which I had practically forgotten."
sat on the curbstone, dazed and bleed- walked down the street Sunday stared was not money any more it was her the bending the envelope and "
1 else, a bookkeeping sex. As a student of human nature over smiling. "The money, said Winder, "must
creature for the other ing. It seemed that there had been an him in the face, the wraith of famine. Billy.Allenwood knew this, and. thoughhe "There is a strange thing about my have been left on your desk that after-
attempt to pick his pocket and that the The 60 cents that he had put into the held Dorothy to be the flawless pearlof penmanship," said he at last. "It is noon when you found it. Had
had no authority to thief detected, had pushed his intended lost purse took on the aspect of riches."I womanhood,' he still could not free his always legible but usually not In the been here?" anyone
Advance money on uncompleted serial victim to the street ,As usual the car must have dropped it I I Ip.
where that mind of, the notion that the four big right way. Yes; that's Mr. Mousoud "I questioned the
stories. Billy made the rounds, butthere had gone on, leaving only the most con- fellow was hurt," said he to himself' and l bank notes had once been hers. It sure enough but when I wrote it I she was well. She said servant that as soon had as
a man
tradi> ,
tory rumors in its wake.
was no money anywhere,. and the recollection that the purse was was, therefore, with, an indefinable dis- supposed ttat it was 'two thousand.' called for me twice but she describeda
when he went to take Dorothy Vincentto The man wa ,under middle age and of gray, the tint of asphalt paving gave favor, a sense of something gone from, The breath went out of Billy in a peer devil of an artist-a friend of
dinner he had only $3 in his pocket. a tleman very prosperous appearance; a gen- him absurd encouragement So he returned his own soul, that he at last paid down gasp. He took the envelope out of mine who had been here before. He
Dorothy was an orphan and an helr- evidently, for he showed himself to the scene of tho accident the $%,000 Into the capital of the great Winger's hand and stared at the.writ- wscap't the man however"
superior to his
mishap even though praying for a miracle, but he did not scheme. ing. ,
ee She received a check on the first it had Winser took sosae seconds for reflection -
bereft him of
a good share of his find the instead
purse found a The 1,500 which "Two thousand? Not two thousand ,
was confessedlyDorothy's and
of every month, but though there are consciousness. Before any one had raiseda sealed envelope,.set up against the curbas dollars?" :
was placed in bank, but in
few characters so strong as not to be hand to help: him he got upon his if by design and' most excellently the early days when the scheme seemed ""Yes" responded Winser. "I put the this"I am servant a good?" questioner. May I sea

fffsotaj by-gecurity and regularity of feet with a certain-, dignity hough the placed to avoid observation. There was surely winning Billy lost his balance money into an envelope and wrote the I i rta.i'l1)y," said Billy, and he rang

Income JJarothy remained a good Bo- nothing elther'printed or written upon. wheel, veered to the delusion that he .I the belL

heaslaB end, aa, reckless with money as the envelope'except this: had foolishly shut Dorothy out from the The meager eerviter answered the .
you 'CDoyfjdvash your dearest friend to greatest opportunity of her life and at summons promptly. *

be. Sbf*t?veed! m rich and dainty 4 ,7lt last permitted her to Invest her money. "Madam," laid Winser, "we know
Then came the later days, the days of
fafcries,> Jdch -transformed by her that you opened this envelope and took
own artumd( labor into the most be- ] disappointment, of expenses marvelously out the money and cut a part of it
Billy held it as almost a certainty t swollen and receipts miraculously under that paperweight What did
w itching garments. On this particular that this' was a note which had been shrunk. A single incident will describe do with the rest of it?"

evening Jb were a tenderly exquisite dropped .by tha man who had been that season of terror. A friend meeting She stood rigid for an instant facing
creation;jna..gray tone, and carried a hurt. Probably it had been dislodgedfrom Billy, looked intQ his face and asked. Winser, and then turned to Billy in a
little ; gjpBivse which contained her his pocket when he fell and had "Whose ghost is haunting you Allen- P S1i blaze of wrath.

all the- 'sum of 35 cents. This purse remained caught In his clothing whilehe < wood" %il W3 I IL4 "You lie'!" she screamed. "You gotit

was traitor to Billy's care, and he, dragged himself to the curb. So far Billy knew what he looked like and All of K! I never got nothln', and
as Billy could judge it was precisely In he was the more ashamed of it because yen know it You came in here that
hotlclhlg i 1t'h1n it was, made a secret .Y
inves ttJJnian4 : the right spot to fit this hypothesis.He Dorothy continued 'to beas cheerful as day and I never was out of the room
then put ii* two Quar- put the note Into his pocket, and( a good child at play. It was she who ;till you came. That's the truth,. and I
ters ana.I1'.dime, reserving 10 cents in the next moment had forgotten if in had suffered the-loss; it was her invincible don't care what you say. The money

case Dorothy.should care to ride home the unexpected and unspeakable pleas- and blithe content with life was fri my hind, and I put It on the
after dinner,'but"she preferred to walk. sure of seeing, through the window ota that nCw 'sustained them both. 0II desk, and'you took it, and"-

In Bohemia such a,loan is permissible .y cigar store,' .dear friend in the very On the blackest of black days, when "That IB all that we require," said
and besides one always forgets how act of changing a bill. Billy had left the. office merely to getaway :Wiijser and with Billy's belt he uoc&rded -
much Sunday's papers contained no mention :from it and not because his work in persuading worcan that
money one had except in special
of the accident to Mr,, Mousou!;!. was done, he was aware of a remem- she was dta&ie4 wilt no crinvj,
cases of
emergency.A The city directory did not contain his bered face in the crowd, and a name "Ami cow Mr. AUenw oad," he tee
strange subject of discussion occupied name. In Monday morning's papers leaped into'his mind.I //I !H1WI ,sumed when theY were alone "we have
them at dinner and on the way r Billy placed a small advertisement HE BEGAN TO. DELIVER AN beg your pardon sir," said he. clearer up this simple mysttrjr, aid the
to. Dorothy's house. Billy had an opportunity : % among the "Lost and Found" but there "Are,you Mr*.Mousoud?" [i1N4iH. "I matter stands between ui two alotIt \.

to Join with two other men was no response. All inquiries failed, "No,"' replied the stranger, with a seems that I am In a setae a pMttftr
and he laid down his head these
In starting a magazine, of which he was and in the course; of the week Bill" put poor counters in the petty game on of touch of excellent courtesy even. in so v in Truth a very exc U<& t ta&aaSte bread
to be the note away in r;. drawer of his writ- small a matter."I but not to own la I judge fWra
editor but
they stipulated that he i trade and kissed them.
ing table and forgot it. Far more happened to be present when you what you have said. May I venture
should contribute 1,500 to the capital Presently he arose put the money into
pressing matters claimed his attention. met with an accident two or three to intrude a little further Into Ks at-
Impossibility is not defined in dic- his safest pocket and strode away tDorothy's ". "
any Dorothy was'called to her home in the months ago, said Billy, 'and'afterward fairs.
tionary so adequately as by that statement ? -r west and a' harrowing fear tormented house where he was informed I found 'a letter"on the spot," and he Billy gave a clear statement cf VAt
that Miss Vincent had not yet returned
Billy could not have raised 1,500 Billy that, despite the positive com- described the occurrence. condition of the magazine and ait
cranberries at a dollar a bushel but r- mands that he had kid upon her, ,she perceived to town.trick Billy and instantly knew better formulated ;' he "It was mme," said the other, who was the first of several conference between *

Dorothy could raise dollars, and she a had gone to get money for the maga a seemed surprised and even more them. The final result was that
one of his own. He telegraphedto
insisted zine. Meanwhile the scheme boiled. amused: nay I ask what has become Winser agreed to loan a certain sum efrrtoney
that she should be the hknew
permittedto Dorothy in west (though e
One afternoon, following a': conferenceupon of it tot with the proviso that he shoull
disturb her meager patrimony to the SAT the all returned she wasn't there) as follows: '1 have it at ," "WE: KNOW THAT
ON THE CURBSTONE DAZED Important topic. Billy' my rooms answered YOU OPENED name a new business manager Wh&5
extent required and become a partner AND BLEEDING to his home so crazed with en*, I rant take it Dorothy, but you're the Billy,, Would you care to come with THIS ENVELOPE." share of the ultimate success of TrutiC
In the enterprise.: She would lend the ,. ., thusiasm that happening to find .the greatest' girl in the world. me'a.1d'got"it?" should be credited to Winder's 8#

money to Billy and go shares wltk him. dullness of his .eyes showed that.his lean old serving mai4 dusting his room In the early evening, came this reply: "If' you were on your way there, yes," amount on the outside! because I bad i pointee and what share to his finangAl

To him, however, her little fortune,was wits-were'whirling. He found a card- he began to' deliver an oration to heron You must. But how did you find out I said b'?., another i0 others. In fact, with different backing I would not wish to decide, but'
the only redeeming feature of world case in his pockft, after somnambulous the subject of magazine publication.His about Jt? DOROTHY.To '! There followed an introduction whereby sums" the magazine is a great property today,
otherwise) a fumbling; gave, ,a :card to a cabman, eloquence produced an unexpected it appeared that this man was Ju- "I found $2.000 on this desk" said as everybody knows. The shares held
of ill ordered beyond the power and when the door of the vehicle bad effect: for the woman became widly'ex-. which he responded: lian Winser, president of the old Liv- Billy, "and rye lost it." by Allenwood and Miss Vincent are
language to'describe.. He knew been opened got In unassisted. Cabby cited and finally fell to the floor in a I have the money. and will hold it for ingstone bank in which position he had "Lost it?" worth a good deal of money, and there
what miseries she thus escaped-frv mounted to the,box and:drove away,; sort of fit. Then Billy ran for the landlady you. I cannot use it as you wish. recently succeeded his fathom; as Billy "In a weekly magazine-Truth; prob are salaries as well as profits. These
men knew better than Billy-an G he It was only a few-blocks ':from that with whose assistance he carried: At 1 o'clock in the morning the door knew from newspape: reports. Bankers ably you haven't:; seen. a copy;; It's a interests were recently consolidated by
\\'outd'sooner have disturbed the law spot to Doro nY'8,house, .:. At the door the hysterical servant to her room. !In bell clanged, and Billy received this were not,popular with Billy Just then, failure." the marriage of the parties, and one
of gravitation vrhlch holds us to the she BId. "You have zny purse, Billy. the uppermost parts of the ouse.. telegram: fir the officials of the bank where the "You surprise me. It,certainly looks of the most prized and most valuable

World than have dislodged the anchor But, alas;' hei:hadn't:H. Returning to his own place after this Impossible. Did not mall check tfl magazine'; kept jts 'dwindling account prosperous.. Didyou !inyest ,my money of the wedding presents was from du-
ot Dorothy's safety "Never .minds"; =!}d she 'Cheerily. unusual exercise, he sat down to reflect t cLi).. Can't understand what you to-I had turned'a deaf ear,to all, pleas for therer lian Winser who assumed for that 00-

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r A part of the space has already been taken, but the following is still for rent: 1905 'Founded pine region.Tales magazine! >,?y and be cheated or can $500.00 and get a' big bargain-depends iim
you pay
., Double store in North end, carrying second floor, each floor 43 x 120 feet. 1906 What A new unitorm for the i
,. Freight elevator and stairs. veteran Colonel? Striped? Per on the piano. We sell some "bargain" of course,. in other pianos that M
haps! Were a tenth part of the
Single store in South half,. 21.x 120 feet. evil things said of him in the we take in trade, but ii:
Entire South half of second floor. weekly publication! ; supposedly TF
owned by P. F. Collier, by that .1 There Isn't Better Piano Bargain I;!
Eighty offices on third floor, each office supplied with heat, light and water. sanctified editor, 'Norman Hap- a rye

The building is fire-proof throughout, entirely modern in construction and good. Jerome's pal of eightee than the pianos we sell even at a hundred dollars in ,advance of our !psprice.

4' equipment, and second and third floors are reached by both elevator and stair's.For years pursue, who his is self-imposed still left on earth missionof to: i 1? Kranich & Bach, Packard. Lester, Clutter and Cassell pianos are I g I

further particulars, address or apply to F. C. Brent, over First National Bank.- all advertising other newspapersteaching Collier's, reforming all I j:! i E sweet toned, responsive actioned, well made throughout, and will give t!:

other 'editors !heir; duty to the!II L I satisfactory service for a lifetime. Eay to buy. Easy to pay. ht S.,
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merit it and should have it. Based I' Florida PENSACOLA fyl
Was Led Hunt.
by Leigh
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Iiw.i Leigh Hunt had no sense either farcical, I 1NUM&B.! i ....... i7iW.\W1 WAW/tWri',} .
semi-judicial '
j 1 CITY OF CONTRARIES; of time or of money, a grave fault, and in response to the proceedings fevered demand l / : : :: : ::: ".tt. *H...J)>.....J''OW3.3-I..."'-IU+."p*

perhaps an unpardonable vice, in a of the people in the last ,

man who had a wife and children depending few months for reform in every
thing though it should wreck the!,
By T. G. Hayes. of the street is the odd numlbers and I upon him. As long:as he noblest of our institutions and tae
'.p Has the reader ever been In an on the left the even oneS. All street lived he was thriftless and.needy, a reputations of men who havemade
k American city where all things! are cars (and-the system there is undoubtedly lender and a borrower, so- generousthat this country-and for sen- .

f done in a left-handed manner! I equal to any in the country) he could never afford to be just, saaion, the daily press has con
The question of left-handed !base stop on the left hand side of the bringing those whom he loved victed the Colonel of almost alf ',., w.
ball pitchers, known among the .de.F street. 1 upon the crimes o the Decala tie. ED ROCK
votees of the national 'game as south When I first arrived in the city and j! sincerely :a constant burden of debt +Colonel Mann is a life-long Democrat 1 / -

paws, has.been; discussed for year saw the odd ways of the citizens: and i; and care. How reprehensible this having first voted for John C. \ "
Many a left-hander has proven to be the'way the street numbers ran, I was i( was he seems never to. haye felti ; "Breckinridie for president 1860; but \ #,;
r' ': the "g:>ods" in the boa, to use a base at a loss for several days as how to:! though he blames himself freely andI he supported William McKinley in

t' ball term and many enthusiastic: conduct myself. I have started Indoors I light heartedly, and if the,reader of 1896 and 1900 as the lbesirepresenta- Your Doctor Will
fans have seen the southpaws pitch and as is usually the custom, his tive of true (Democracy. In 1904
is to feel l
many great games. made an effort to secure an entranceon 'supported Alton B. Parker.He is a
k Y All this is true, but has the' reader the right. Only through luck my sorry for Mrs. Hunt it i is not because Companion of the Order of the: Loyal i, ,, Recommend Red RockGinger
h. ever been in a city in this glorious' head and face have been saved from her husband sets him the ex Legion: ; comrade of George Washing
country where everything is just to coming in contact with the door be-, ample. This was Leigh Hunt's one ton Post 103, G. A. R.; member of the
the contrary from other cities? The ing opened from the inside, making j vice, never amended .or actively repented Ohio Society, eligible by birth, The Ale
writer has traveled throughout the it a left-handed opening affair. Ij of. Yet he had had his Southern Society of New York, elected -
; west and in some port'ons the east, finally accustomed myself to the door!j' warn- under suspension of rules out of1eonsiderat'on I .
but has only struck "one city' in the street number and car questions, but: ing. It is pathetic to compare'with for his long and close
t. ; United .States where pedestrians walk never could I do the,left side get-away each othef the two following pas:. connection with the south, and Old
to the left, where'houSes -are' num.M -. on passing pedestrians on the streets.j sages and to see how clearly Leighi : uuaru; aie member ot the Alban As a delicious, non-alcoholic non-stimulating beverage toe
';, bered even on the left hand side of Once a young man and I came o-j;i Hunt foresaw his danger: and howI Burgesses Corps; member of th t drink at home excels Red
1 the street, and all doors business. gether. He was :bent on going to the he of it New York Zoological Society: Amer R H nothing Rock Ginger Ale. Add
incapable proved escaping :
s ; bouses and office buildings are entered! left and I to the right As a result a]I I ican Geographical Society of Natural 'ft to this its marvelously beneficent influence on digestion
on the left. This latter statement, of,j general mix-up occurred. i "I have seen, he writes in 1808, ,
.History, New York Society and
have the
s ?, course, applies to winter, when doors j "Why don't you learn how to walk; "so much of the irritabilities, or, and of the Manhattan,p..otos, PresJ you truly ideal beverage.
M' .', ore closed for protection. on the street?" asked the young man. rather, the miseries, accruing from.Transportation, Democratic, Governor's
t : The one city in America where this "Perhaps I could familiarize myself want of a suitable income,-and the Island Military clubs, the Army ,
Rig odd practice is in vogue is Birming! with tae tactics of the natives of Bir-, best woman of her time was so wor- and Navy Club of Washington, D. C., / Look for the Red'Rock Crown g TNo:
ham, Ala. The cause of it Is uneiplalnable. mingham !if I had lived here all
my I I Manassas, Athelstan stopper bottles-
J Country
and on
> d
ried and
j finally worn out with the Rie
life, I .
Every nationality nearly, replied. ; t; .! Clubs of Mobile and one of the Board '- < >
is within the :borders of the steel city: He asked my meaning and I explained -' early negligence of others in this. respect of Governors of the Army and Navy IT IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION *ts. ROCK;
and, the that that if I was '
perhaps foreign element where. I had come from ever determinedin Club. of New York. He Is a Free Mason '
,* there inaugurated the practice, I and been, pedestrians walked to the anything it is tobeperfectlyclear and a Knight Templar, Naval t+awNt ccm cot

a which is far from American. I right vehicles traveled to the right, of the world and ready tc- meet Lodge No. 4 of Washington, D. C., of Sold in bottles at all groceries, etc., ATlAhTA.V
z +; In order that the reader may more houses were numbred on the right- the exigencies of a married life before which he is the second oldest mem.- : and on draught at founts. fan"The
j1 clearly understand the situation In hand side of the street. and so on. i ii ;
,ber, 1861 Royal Arch, Chapter 16 of
the Alabama: metropolis, it will be I I 1 i "Well, It Is the contrary here and I do marry, for I:will jjot see Washington; D. C. Columbia Corn-
stated that all the streets on the : you must become educated." J I a wife who loves me and is the comfort mandery ; W:
miif No.2, Washington, D. C.
a Y north side of the city are num'bereJ' I In this connection I must say that}!i of my existence afraid to speak During the fifteen years that, as ed- }
according to the decimal :I have no desire to he educated in the
system.Between :
j to me of money matters 'She shall i itor-in-chief, he has written the ]leading 7-
; First and Second is ,way of dong: things which is I
.11 ; avenues contrary
never tremble to hear a knock at editorials and, directed and beenresponsh t:
the 100 block. On the right hand side to all American ideas. /
: the only lefthandedcity Birminghamis that I the door or to meet a quarter day." le for the policy of Town : Coco-Cola Bottling Company"- furnish the trade with Red Rock, carbonated -

l -- .. know of in America. At that it is one And in 1832: Topics, neither this paper nor Colonel in bottles, to retail at 5 cents.

11 '. --. -'.., -.'.' "..., -'.-., -- .-. ,-- ..-.,.-. .. of the most progressive and hustling "I never hear a knock at the door for any Mann other has offense.Although been tried for libel Anthony or
municipalities in the country. but I think is -------
somebody coming to. Comstock, the agent of the.So-
A Thousand 'Dollar's Worth of Good. take me away from my family. Last ciety for the Prevention of Vice, pas Lfr: = 'IL""' --- :: -:' : ; J .. _

: "I have been afflicted with kidney Friday I was sitting dOWn'to'.dinnerwhen been frequently and severely criticis .

and bladder trouble for years, passing 1 I I was called away 'by: a. man ed in Town Topics for meddlesome '
I stones I! interference with the rights of citi THE SOUTHERN
gravel or with who
I excruciating j brought an execution into my HOTEL
zens, and is to be presumed he has
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pain says A. Thurnes, a well house for 40 shillingsLondon
known coal operator of Buffalo, 0. "I !; no over-weenin'g affection for the pa- : MRS. T. L. BOWEN, PROP.
i Spectator yet during all those he has
tE'rr per
i l/ got no relief from medicine until I b> _
i gan taking Foley's Kidney' Cure, thenthe never made any complaint as to the
result was surprising. A few matter published, in its columns. The' AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.

doses started the brick-dust-like substance -J}Why Not Be I regular readers of Town Topics of
: whom there are thousands allover
and now I have no pain across; SPECIAL SUMMER RA TES .
iG the world, can not recall that .
}yt !1t my kIdneys and I feel like a new man.!
sr 1 ,. .; It has done me 51000 worth of there has ever appeared, under Colonel

Foley's Kidney Cure will cure good'1(Stylish andUptoDate Mann's editorship, any paragraphs Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Qulsine Excellent -
form of kidney or bladder brutally lilbelous or in the slightest ,
.d A. D'Alemberte' druggist and apothe degree obsence. Nor can they re Service Up-to-Date
call that it publishes matter bordering
cary. .

:3' Spring Wedding HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY on than scandal the most or the conservative salacious and anymore If you will call up phone 490, drop;\is a postal or call in: person,

rr 0; LARGEST OF MEN'S AND MOST HOSIERY COMPLETELINE TO BE Rig yourself up with a have highly noted respected that never daily in papers.its advertising They we.wIll. be glad to give you rates :for either rooms, board or both.

Season'sGift FOUND AT columns, from which only a rev
REESE'S DEPARTMENT WATSON, PARKER & brand new suit, new enue is derived, has there appearedany -,-- ."" ._ ,., "'I.' .-...._...- ,", , _,.
STORE, AT ,_{;W< ..,,:.. .,-r ,_ "- ,i.6A_ '<" "k
PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU shoes shirt announcement relating lo'a subject ""'1;"" J. < .T.J. > .._ ,- -- .-_ -" ":;!I:;-r.\Y ......
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TO BUY. might .
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necktie and be discussed at the Breakfast '
i R 9 J y In the wonderful exhibition of MONDAY WE WI'LL'SELL FULL a table in the presence of young women _Xis style and trimuess 01 a woman
KM BLEACHED PEPPERAL SHEET. arid children. :All such advertisements depend! t. iot upon her hat. NEW METHOD LAU DRY
fancy china art pottery cut glass ING AT'24c.; YARD."' NO ONE' OVER. New Panama have been invariably refused.In Never leave your veil tied about
10 YARDS? its financial ,
only ad-
tai? and other objects,collected especially your hat, for It will become limpy and ,
tf 5F.. E. BRAWNER'S vertisements from the (best houses PHONE 1186. E; W. LAWRENCE, Prop. Ho. 8 WEST ROMAN ST.
for the the unmanageable and soon useless
occasion gift Department Store. and of the soundest enterprises have prove j
r Hat When altering a blouse it is a mistake ,,-- ,
problem> is easily settled here,no been accepted. It has refused hundreds ;I :; ----- ---- --
't4't '. _., of offers of 1a ge,money to ad- to move the shoulder seam to the
how much little -
i, h matter or you Not So Silly' vertise doubtful enterprises or "get- front A better plan is to lent drop I '
figure to expend. We have a swell line of F rich-quick" schemes. backward instead of forward.A '- YouHaveMaiarial r !
Weary from the chase, the ostrichof i
This .
a plain, truthful r record, easily collar iinlng'of taffeta should be
; ,(J You should see the beautiful decor the desert'had" stuck his head in Panamas in all :styles I .verified, and which Defies: contradiction cut 10 that the front part is on the ,,

+ ated bits of:china,'the dazzling pieces the sand. and .- r ?straight" of the material and the 1
k shapes
of cut glass, the marvelous things in "You silly bird,",said thehunter_ : we. have THE HISTORIAN. .;curved part of the .collar will then M

4 pottery.: ". French, German, English coming up. "Do you imagine I can't 'em to fit any head, at "Doan's cured ,come on the bias. ; RSINE
Ointment me of
I and Austrian imports together with see you? prices .from ma that) had annoyed me a long time.ecze ,It'-Is'a good plan to bend steels or

41 t ,the distinguished American productsall "You mistake my purposere" ranging ,The cure was permanent,"-Hon. S. :whalebones at the waist line when .\ '

>-- here in splendid variety and plied the ostrich, with dignity. "Of $6.00 to $10,00.WORTH, W. Matthews, Commissioner Labor making bodice before putting them WILL CURE YOU

+ 'Attractive values. course you can,see me, but you mis- Statistics, Augusta, Me. Into the casings, as the bodice will then OURES
erable feather hunt- fit closer to the figure.
4t4: and the feast of egg -
Q Come in enjoy ing land pirate I thus relieve myselfof ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW ThO.shine that shows a serge skirt LIVER TROUBLES

,things artistic.< the necessity of seeing fOUR ONErs SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON .'01'- jacket to be no longer new' can
you. a*
p i' trl Conscious, that be had the "better'of BMCKWhite MOVE PARKER & REESE. ''THE easily, be removed by sponging the gar- BEST FOR
:4 CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.A ment with bluing water, such as is
: the argument, the strich'yielded CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED
pfE & Nix used to laundry clothes. While still -,
GESON'.S $-10 worth of plumes without a mur- ,
the goods under
FULL LINE OF BOYS' AND damp' press a thin
mur.-Philadelphia_. Ledger.. __ 29 S. PALAFOX S.T. MEN'S CAPS JUST RECEIVED doth. '
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.warmed up the coffee, "what's this 'ere ./

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"Shite me if I do. All I know about it
'Young man-*- said the fatherly old is that last Easter I struck seven houses .. i

man on the street' car to a young man right along before I. got a bite to eat, and I .., !
.' about 23 years old who was reading a then because!?,warmed .. . .. -: _. ,, '\,,,. .. ... ,' .: [,
De Flatte-Of course, YOU don't like Easter. You're Jealous of it. -
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up was run by a cop got ) I
Jealous) newspaper, "I see that :yon are reading '
Romeo De Hasbeen (the actor)-
days. It may ,be a day of rejolcln', but Iham' !
De Flatte-Yes. It's coming created a greater demand" for eggs than-.yours the financial column I of your paper? !: takln" any chances. this year." OBVIOUS. '' j

does .: r "Yes, sir" JOE KERR. i
"I judge from that you are engaged in Hattie-Do you believe that the glad Easter festival we are celebrating t was I
.business" really suggested by the heathen customs? .: Ii

I JOHNNIE'S SURPRISE "I am." Harry-Believe It?Easternobw It The heathen are alive yet, too most of 'em If f
making out bills for !
"Hare you a natural forte for business 1
"Johnny," said the teacher, "I was 'Teacher," asked' Johnny, ".rou know ?" f
telling you all about China yesterday.. all about Easter, don't you?' .: t
"I think so, sir, and told
a lawyer
me !
What goods does she send over to Amer- "01 course I do." .,
lcd"t.-. :;. "They have boiled-eggs', 'thet- 4a1.." M I had only a day or two ago." I i i

1 forget""Doesn't "Of course." "Why did he judge so?" 1 i
she send raw silks?" "Well, I was married a year ago, and ::
"Why do they have em boiled Insteadof
"1 guess so." having found that I could not lire hap
"But don't' yon know?" fried i j pily with my wife I decided on getting a The springtime t
The teacher took two' hors to think
"Xope. thick-headed 'It over and ,then got away from the divorce. The lawyer advised that I wait cj&ily smiles : I
"Then boy
yon are a very .
another month, but I 'ordered' the case If
and I am ashamed of you. You can alt schoolhouse without making an explanation. : It f
.' put right through at once.
dowa3': JOB KERB. once mo 'e 7
"And that business" ; t
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1-- him wld. "I think so. Isaved, a $20 Easter bonnet vender i
\h IheMl&nddell l
by It." JOE KERR. o'er i '.. i
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Winks-Well, to judge from the number : ; 4.f( : I
W I of marriages 'at Easter, the only thing -

fl they seem to'keep is company.AT .

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Easter I always for the
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( ly of ggs-not from motives of economy --.;:::;: -==: '
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appropriateness to! the season. .
Mrs. 'Justwed-But even if It did cost $50, don't you think my Easter hat la 'ju/I Rashly -Youcan't convince me, .

I perfect!* killing? .. .. ,. ., madam that last Easter's eggs are appropriate
Mr. Jnstwed-TiYesfilling! the goqse that. laid the.golden'.egg'that'bought; } it! this Easter dinner. That's all

v I'm kicking about. "
"Only Skassly.
He was a plain old farmer with bowed
II shoulders and a wrinkled face- and as

iI he was unloading the bags of potatoesthe
grocer asked him:

I "Well, Uncle Dick, how about Easter"
"I dunno," was the dubious reply.

"Don't you pay any attention to it
is out in the country
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O '.Yrtj, "Only skassly, sir-only &kassl)." NJ .. g .y
a 4 r / "What do you mean by that?"
"S'S 1 "Why, a few of us git together, drink

some bard cider, tell of how we licked
the British at Bunker Hill and then
S j GEOR I3AK I take another drink and go home. We THOSE EASTER BONNETS.; ;

/ are willin' to die fug our country, but Mande- like the blossom on. lour hat

1t somehow or other we jest look upon dear, It'. a peach!

Easter as only skassly." Cora-Yes, dearie, and the feather on

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,. She-But how can I be sure of your lore? You may be marrying-- me for WASTED TO KNOW. 1

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'- ?-: : w JEST OP THE: !E SON..' 't V c ;c. ;: F He .(thoughtfully)-4 Well, you, might give aw ay your t money .before marriage. giving you Easter eggs for breakfast

I The Held-up-What do you want? :" She-To whom? ': -. The :Guileless! One-Tery nice, indeed

The Hold-up-rl want you to give up. It's Lent ; ?-.. '.: ." ..: ; .. He-Why, to me, of course. ..- Er-which. Easter. do.,they date from?
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A, horse driven by an old darkey beforea j

cheap express wagon had fallen downin .1

the street, and a policeman hauled 'S.
the old man before the pollee justiceand
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charged him' with cruelty to ani
mals. '

He described the horse to be merely i-r-m -iTflM

skin and bones, and asserted that the

animal wwks. couldn't' have had a good feed for

"Well, broses, how'ls It?" was asked.

"Dat boss am. a lookln' party bad,
Jcdge," was.the reply, "but It haln't my

fault. I'ze a strict hand to keep Lent,
ah." Grnk6E 1Kg w
"But what has Lent got to do with Itr

"Jest dig, jedge. I'ze a consistent man.
I don't keep Lent_:and half tarre myselfand _--
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belly. He' to come'to it, too. .. .
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Of Coarse. .. .. !' bought- hat guess I would lJetter; 'bJl.J'jay otfn hats
'j '" .". <'" '- .- my wife! I've just her a after' this. -could 11ave-alone;: 'ft good
RbS:-The new tenor singer In the choir ; .1 > : .. ... .... -. '""- '.;, ; 1 for $10, and had It sent home with a deal better for$20; You've; seen awfoUy
teed to be a locksmith. "Whal 'scratching up the man's garden for my dear?' mark It know cheated. Why, I saw this very same
I are you all of Eajfer' without a $20 price on Shelf'never' bat In the windows with $10 mark
Tmiiot going to let him get the glory furnishing eggs pro- a
He-No wonder be always hits the right "Ump1 I heardjttm! say! hat he had planted some eggplant here .' the differenr8' 'f. .- ,y ,.1.
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Monday Will Be a Great After-Easter' Sale, With Us. D n't Miss It !

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.THOUSAND Y D 6reatSilkValues.:
i} Lingerie Waists .

{. Worth Regularly $1s.50to ,50c Corset Cover Embroideries Fifty- Pieces-,, Fancy and Plain

S2.00 each, at-......:... ... .....- 9'8 C Colored and >Black Taffetas,

,... A VERY'.EXTRORDINARY PRICE. Monday at 25c yard. Including' a New ,Line of Ccrvi Silks,

Fashionable Spring Waists, bought. at a 'pric :that scarcely /, : : Regular I 75p" and 85c

a represents the cost of the'batiste of which these handsome waists Best :Bargain of the Season. See Window Display., values, this sale I ____ 69 Car ,

r. made. Back trimmed with tucks, and the entire front prettily Mondayjwe'll place on sale upwards of six (fepusancl l yards c handsome : __

t).t I trimmed with embroidered, designs. Tupkee: collar and sleeves new 18'jnch: Corset Cover- Embroideries in the new English Do not compare the Silk we offer at a bargain price Monday

, finished with deep cuffs. Eyelet and Japanese worked designs; materials'Cambri andNainsook. with the cheap silk :usually offered at this price.

- Sheer White Lawn Waists! -Some. ,prettily trimmed with All fend new:patterns and designs and! the strongest .

4i; English ,embroideries and, fine J lace, insertions. Others values of-the season; worth regular'to 50 cents a yard. .. ,_ These are: our regiilarSilks! ,. and we are not afraid to offer it to

ti are,,made with yoke .effect and tucks. $1.50 values at_ 9oG. Choice, 9.f. counters__________________________. ____ 25C those buying always,the Finest, Goods. '


,,". WhiteGoodsSpeciai" HAMBURG AND NAINSOOK I New Valenciennes Laces,-9c' MILLINERY!. Fitchville Domestic

Edges and Insertings______

EMBROIDERIES. Another large shipment is ready. ?We:are .. Next Week 7 cents
;. While Lawns, Good Quality, able to offer stylish and \ery popular ti The" domestic offersthis
WHITE TRIM department
,. 3,000 yards Hamburg and_ Nainsook laces at 9c yard, when thesame kinds'are, we will show a line of -

40 inches wide,sold usually for 15c Embroideries, regular 10, 15 20c values, scarce' regularly even at 15e. MED HATS. Our business this season gilt-edge bargain for Monday,
. here Edges and Insertings to match a great variety of has been wonderful and we will'.!,. domestic that sells for 9c a yard everywhere -
this sale 1 10 c. patterns and all desirable widths so much In demand as 1200 yards shall >
and to ; as song-
continue to give styles 'prices
for garments of the lingerie type. We have plenty of ,
Monday, 1Qc. 2,000, yards 8 and lOc values at- 5c.them to sell at this low price; pick and choose as make( it so. laSt-at'7c yard. None charged.
j anyyards as you like; the quantity Is not limited, ._ ;

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f!to (Continued from Page Twelve) Mrs. John White left Saturday even '. ''r' ,: 4: Yellowing ,will be the,order of ser Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 j>. m. 97c : 97c
ing for Mobile to attend the funeralof vices at the (Various churches throughout Prayer meeting every Tuesday night
'F'e. they played on the lawn. The !pink their sister-in-law Mrs. Vincent ley's is the most cultured the city't -day: at TJ30 'o'clock. $250 AND: 53.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c.
f. : and white cake and ice cream were Giblen, formerly Miss'Bertha Collins Catholic. West Hill Baptist church, W. Jackson -
i 1: served in the dining room and threes who had been in failing health for two St., Michael's ChurcFtJ'st mass 7 street-Rev., J.. W Senterfit,pas- Full.follow' Ground Set Ready For Use.
decorated thebirthday taste infra Imported Travelers Sample Razors will be placed on
f : lighted pink! she
was only-twenty-five years tor.
years '
; o'clock;' children's mass 9 o'clock; Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching -
cake. As they left Miss sale at 97c each. These razors are from one of the leading import
1 old and leaves besides her husbandtwo '
ij' third
last masl 10:30 o'clock; and every first-and Sunday at 11
: each tot with ;:vespers of In the United States. They are all high-grade samples
Chaffea presented and four ers razors
i little sons seven years and daughter Miss Minnie Wood at benediction 7:30 p. m, \ a. m. and 7:00'p. m. Prayer meeting
tk tright colored books as souvenirs, We secured the entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The a.s50nmeDcomprises' :
old. The funeral takes place this af- 924 East LaRua. This: completes, 'a i'B'shop: } Allen will confirm a class every Sunday 7 p. m. '
: : end that crowned their delight. I all the well known makes including the "Wade & Batch
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ternoon.Mr. i
family reunion of eleven relatives I '
happy -
.,ii.. \, and preach at 10:30: a. m. i er," "Brandt," "Rogers," Wostenholm" Pipe Razor ''X. .N.T," ami art;;
l f air., Nathaniel I G. Forcheimer left who have never before ,been 'al St.,Joseph's Church;Sunday 7 a. m. Church of ChristChurch popular brands of all:the famous makers. In fact we have "been sei1-:i
M-: and Mrs. Terrell Covington,who together and the elders have not met I Low Mass and instruction; S a. m. of Christ cor. Jackson and
' last for Montgomery. each. Every
night ing the sarne identical razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00
have spent the winter with their son for fifteen years. Mr. Wood wife, Sunday school 19 a. fa., High :Mass Alcaniz: Streets. Bible school 10a.
- razor is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor so:1
1 ){r. L. B. Hirechman and Rabbi and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. children and mother are en route to a.nd instruction; 4 p. m.%vespers, Rosary .. ,m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. that does not give perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Specia1 attention .
f. : Samuel Koch left last night delegates M. Covington, left, Friday for Jack Arkansas to spend the summer. and Benediction or;the Blessed m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting will be given'to! : mail orders and razors carefully selected
; from the. local' FNai Brith to sonville. .' Sacrament Mass'during :the week is Wednesday evening 7:45. Song practice BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take advantage of thi-
I Mrs. R. J. Kearney entertained the and Thursday 7:30 m. All wel
the convention which convenes in at 7:30 a. m. except Mondays. ; p.
great sales )these! are certainly high-grade goods.
:Montgomery this morning. !{;r. Wing Hop the Chinese mer Friday Euchre Clulb and'gave the Fridays.when it;is at 8 a. m. During come. _
} "f 1 chant and one of the most popularand ladies a plasant afternoon. Mrs. J. May and October Mass Js at 8 a. m. i i i WE, WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE
r' \,; Miss Effie and Miss Mayme Willis I respected of Palafox ''business, G. Yniestra won the 'ace prize Mrs. Confessions in the, evenings before Christian.First 1,000-of the Famous "randt Self Honing Razor Strop. These
g i Duncan will entertain their sister's men left the city for Oakland, Cal.I JW. M. Ferguson the 4 ;;consolation;. Sundays;Holy Days'of Obligation and Christian church 43 E. strops are sold, and advertised everywhere at $2.00. Our price
bridal party Tuesday evening. / to visit his wife and children, and was I Mrs. Delony the lone hand' and the F1i'sffrHa, ;... .)s. from', 4,p.'lsi. to 9 p. m.. Gregory street' Sunday school 97c each.
'.. I hostess captured the booby! 'The next! 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.
just about due in San Francisco when II .
; Baptisms; Sundays ata;p : m. or byappointment. Thel:"Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop is the best on the
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i The Duncan-McDavid wedding will! the great disaster came. Telegramsof I meeting will tie with Mrs. John -' Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer market today;' The only razor strop in the world that hones
l}--I take place Thursday morning at 11:30 inquiry have elicited no reply and i Pfeiffer on West Government. I Bishop Allen, of Mobile, will administer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All and strops your razor at the same time and enables you to obtain -
;.,., in the TIrst Baptist church. his friends, especially his salesman, confirmation on Sunday, April cordially, invited.. an edge which} only an experienced barber can give. The
I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. of i *
l .. are feeling considerable anxiety as to Radcliff 22, at St. Joseph's 7 a., mEpiscopal. ,.' !Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a razor
1}:' C Mr. H.. L. Covington and Mrs. 0. L. his safety while hoping to receive North Alcaniz streets', are the happy] i i Presbyterian.First with fewer strokes, than other razor strop. Your razor
., pz, :Bass left last night for Wadesboro; good news. parents of a bright little baby boy Presbyterian Church-Rev.,
+ who arrived at their home Julian S. will show .;and your face will feel the difference at once. Guar-
t-\ N. C. to spend a few days with their I 4 yesterday Sibley pastor. Sunday
t I I ante 4 never to become hard or glossy.
f ..,.. brother )Ir. Wilson Covington, who! Mr. and Mrsry.. J. Roberts have morning. Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
:;' .J .1 Is ill.i'L4 been entertaining* Miss Maud Shutt I D. D. Rector. Services, will be held 4:30 p. m. Preaching: at 11 a. m. H oh Pharmacy
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and Miss Bet tie'Thssof; Gainesville Everybody prefers Blue"Ribbon Vanilla 7:30 and 11 a. m. Sunday school aal': and 7:30 p. m.i ,
; or Lemon after once using them.I II' i Sunday school at the Stoddart Avenue '
: -Mrs. M B. Jenkins of Geneva Ala., Fla., who were among the Grand Lodge Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.
iii1 Is 'visiting her daughter Mrs. J. Walter Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far. Mission at,3:30 p. m. C. F. Zeek
visitors during the'past week. They i SL Kathaine's-Cervantes and Davis
l.: Kehoe, 211 West Cervantes. I I' superintendent.. All are corolally invited -! Birthplace of
I left Friday. street: Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. Prompt Delivery
J: 't;' MONDAY WE WILL: SELL 10 T. B. rector. i.i
i tl Bss Julia Knowles returned Saturday ,: Mr. and Mrs. William Schutz and YARDS' 'LONDSDALE- -- CAMBRIC :Sundays: 7:30 a. m:Holy Communion Phone 1J 00 PENSACOLA FLA.
"'tt: morning from New Orleans. Mr. their daughter, Lena, of,Brewton, Ala.,j FOR, $1.00.y: ; 9:30 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a, Second The Second'Church of Church Christ,of Scientist.Christ, : .,...,
;' r and Mrs., Superveille Mrs. H. H.1'I F. E. BRAWNER'S I
arrived Saturday morning and are m Morning.Prayer and Sermon (First: Scientist
f Thornton are still in New Orleans. !|'I guest of Mr, M. Kiedlnger' 720 West j Department, Store and third Sundays Holy Communion) II morning at Services 11 o'clock,every Wednesday Sunday afternoons
il1 c- Government. I 5, p. m. Evening' Prayer.and sermon. 3 o'clock. Reading room
Miss' Ida Richards entertained MONDAY WE WILL SELL BEST I
a e 'Week days-5 p. m. Wednesdays: and, open dally 'from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
;; party of young people very pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. Willie D. Wood and FISHJNET MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS) Fridays. where Christian Science literature
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." r:'I Friday rug h t. two boys and his mother, Mrs George AT 35<:. REGULAR 50c. SELLERS Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy CommunionSt. tnay be .had. Room 6 Masonic Tem .
i)! D. Wood of Sutherland Fla., visiting : \
are -: F. E. BRAWNER'S % pIe.,
?; Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman and their1 relatives, s Out of Date Plumbing
' ''"', Mrs. A. V. Wood I Department' Store., Church WarringtonRev. s oR s y is Unhealthy 1 t tie ;
J. R. Bicknell, priest in charge. First Church of Christ Scientist RPAS
Services today 7:30: p. m. ""Firft ,Church of Christ, Scientist- ,Plumbing furores and systems as made and
-- Century Mission-Rev. J. R. Bick Service at 11 a. m. Services will be :installed some
:! e e2ae nell priest In Services years ago were veryefficient
aeaaaaae e aeeaaI charge. todayat field in-the Pensacola Library building -
F 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p': n% on East. Chase ,street.WATSON at that time, but so many improvements have been made recently

.... I-. in lanitadon that an old plumbing is !

Unlversalfst !' -3UST>RECEIVED', PARKER A&LARGE REESE HAVE SHIP. but,rsa' menace, to the health of the system occupants not of only the unsanitary house in, !t

I A Now $.1.00 Bill FOF 90Cent 'm First Universalist Church-East !MENT5 'OF, CELEBRATED BUDD'S which. }it' is sell in nsc., t',
Chase street Sunday School at 10 a. SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL "" [
Y.. P. C. are I r :
fift1m m. U. 6:30: p. m. All rPREN.-Li !
cordially invited to attend. I i,, : Is Your Plumbing Out of Date? i,
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MONDAY ;i If so, the members I
- I ; E. BRAWNER'S of your household! are i jf
; Palafox Street Methodist Church- 'Department Store.Glass : f
Rev. W. Q. Vreeland pastor Rev. constantly risking
; TUESDAY APRIL 24th : I Iflj Is 'J. Barney Butler assistant. Services health.Defective

I 11,a.m. and 7:30 p. m.-Sun.lay school;, plumbing generates i
l ft:SO a. m J. N. Andrews, Supt.
WE CELEBRATE. OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY Epworth League 6:30_p. m. Horn? A of ;.- ,_ germ-bearing sewer
Riw 'Na Missionary Society will+ meet Thurs j! gases which pollute the
day afternoon at 3:30.: 1
Gadsden Street Methodist Church 1 I! oaoraPlate ,l atmosphere and cannot ,
and that will
on day we offer our patrons the following s '
I prop- Rev. F. A. Rogers; pastor Regular! help but be breathed by
services 11 'a m. and 7J30 p.. m. Sunday
osition: To each person Tyho makes a cash purchase of 25 school 9:30 a. m. J.: B. Tiller, of Our -I the occupants. Sewer '7 1
is'u'pt. Epworth League 6:30 is and
p. m. I gas dangerous the

t' N cents or upward, we will sell a brand new crisp One Dollar Muscogee, pastor. Wharf : 3 A.p.Rogers m., Matchless tp strongest constitution

-: Bill for 90 Cents. T. L. Briggs, supL Freaking 4, p_,m. Cream i ,; a cannot long, withstand ''I
8 m I its ill: effects. ,

8u A big bunch of these bills their .. Lutheran Church'. will cool you oft and make i i Let 'us examine the condition of your plumbing, in order to j
are now on here Lutheran .iIrch-Rev. !
way F,German W. Reinhardt! Sunday J. you comfortable' the :' )! correct defective piping:and instaJl the best.and most sanitary fixtures I

I from the treasury department and they will be on display inN : school 9 a.,to. English pastor.:services 10:30: warmest 'day-sure. cure ;?' made, namely" <5ttt&r Baths and. One-piece Lavatories' !I i

n :a. m. and 7:30 p. m. for tae worst case of :StanQa' Ware Is guaranteed. If this is done, home will '!
our window Tuesday morning. Scandinavian Lutheran Church- blues. Phone us an or- I' I be healthy and more .comfortable. Ask for booklet :
,Services at 1030; a., mt and 5 p. m.1 "Modern
i Rev.. Helle, pastor"; -: J der for some of your I Home Plua bing.'*, i,
1 fU '. -', Sunday's dinner.
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4T.j g Bapt'istFirst !I I IKandy WICKS & -co.
Baptist Church Sunday 4 -ter 4 '" J
m HOOTON'S PHARMACY school:9:30 a. m. The congregation I -
| of Christ church will worship"! at the I
Baptist church at It: a. m. Rev. P.f' Kitchen i Cafe :
: H. Whaley will conduct the, services. ,
Phone 1100. The Birthplace\ of vr t ti.
Prompt Delivery. 0aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaas East Hill Baptist Church, 11th Ave.; ::;..0
and'Chase:Street=Rev.J.W. Seotsr-l' 104 Palafox, Phone'999)

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