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 24, 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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Dampness Aggravates Sanitary I PROMINENT MAN KILLEDB FRIENDS S 1

COMMITTEE FROM Exhibits Correspondence I In Which j

Condition of Camps and Sickness CITIZENS' PA

TR.OLI "Expense" Money Was i
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,Associated Press. ly displayed. TU 'en also wore a Red 1 Money Must Re Raised the
for Relief of .
Supplies Sufficient for a Week Ban Francisco, April 23.-H. C. Cross insignia on his right arm.!i SAID TO HAVE BEEN SECRETLY '

Tilden, a prominent member of the Guardsmen claimed that they challenged -:'' Bryan is a Representative from :
the and did not the: EXECUTED BY REVOLUTIONISTS .
are Now on Hand. General Relief committee, was shot car 'I' Earthquake Sufferers on
,Red Cross signs.
and instantly killed in an automobile Tilden's companions said the!I,., WHO BELIEVED. HIM A Washington County.

early to-day, while returning shooting began without warning and SPY OF RUSSIAN fOLICE-RE- Pacific Slope. ,
CONGRESS APPROPRIATES MILLION from Menlo Park. He was shot by that Tilden was killed rat the first .
iten supposed to be members of the shot. Other shots lodged in the car PORT NOT CREDITED AT ST. -I .... SERVED IN HOUSE LAST YEAR 'i
citizens patrol. and the coachman was wounded PETERSBURG.By I To the Open-Hearted People of Pen The Committee." AND 1 IS NOW A CANDIDATE FOR ;
The automobile had been used as slightly.
Wm H. Knowles} Frank .
ambulance in conveying the sick The killing createa' the greatest RE-ELECTION-POLll1CAL SEN.
an :
The cry of distress from stricken Capt. J. Kryger D. Hale :Wilson, S, ;.
ANU FIRE-GENERAL GREELY and wounded' to the hospitals and indignation. Threa arrests have ".
(San Francisco and other California A. Frietfman, Geo. T. Morgan, E. G.
carried a Red Cross flag prominent- I been made. Associated Press, SATION OF CAMPAIGN DEVELOPS
NOW IN COMMAND CALI ; i : cities shouts( not be allowed to go Quina S. Pasco, Jr., A. C. Blount, Jr.
London, 23.-An extraordinary
---.--. -. April unanswerd by the citizens of Pen- Walker Anderson F. B. Radcliff. J. WHEN CORRESPONDENCEIS
FORNIA NOT CONCERNED WITH; story is published by the Manchester sacola. More than half a million Simpson Reese, J. P. O'Connor, B. S.
TRAWLERS SINK; ;; Guardian today'from a correspondent homeless people must now be supplied .willIams, and B. GeI'f!<)n. MADE PUBUC. .'
ORIGIN OF AID. MINOR R MATTERS'[ in Russia, asserting that with shelter, food and clothing, This committee is' requested to ,

CREWS DROWNED t April Father 10 Gapon four was revolutionists hanged secretly who and an no way can this be done except meet at the Chamber of Commerce
by at the hands of that openhearted rooms at 11 o'clock this morning for What will probably of the
overheard him admit that he was prove one
By Associated! Press. American public from :whom deserving -the purpose of beginning on organ

San Francisco rain fell, !April San 23.Francisco -Adienching BEFORE R [ T THE[ Copenhagen By Associated, April Press.23.Newsreached colleagues spying on in his behalf former of revolutionary th9Russian', asked in assistance'vain. Penuacola's.has never generos-been of ized the canvass city. of If the the :business work is, portions done at I I paign biggest developed political sensations yesterday of when the Rail cam {:

upon here to-day that two Danish police. ity has never' failed when the cry of all it must be >done now, and I road Commissioner R. Hudson Bun;
last night and continued+ most recently I"the needy 'is heard and I know thatit know that the citizens of Pensacola, denounced ,
trawlers, with forty men, It was announced' from, St. Peters- as a common grafter. Rep.
of will not do so now. as? they have always done, will resPOnd -
to-day adding greatly to the
foundered in a gale off the resentative W. A. of
Father had Washington
burg April 10 Gaipon I Bryan
To assist in raising the funds to this appeal for aid which
suffering and misery. A high wind coast. A third boat with a crew of I i
mysteriously disappeared; about a.which the destitute people of the comes t9 them from the needy and I county, who was a member of :
;mtensifled the of the insuffi BOARD R thirty; is also believed to be lost. week previouslyand:: that his wife I
misery Pacific slope now so greatly need, I deserving people of their sister state the last legislature and who is nowa
cently covered and thousands of the was greatly alarmed, fearing foul have appointed the following special 'on the Pacific. candidate: for re-election. -
homeless were soaked. The damp Training Ship Founders. play on the par of "his 't Enemies, _as: committee from the Chamber of FRANK L. MAYD3 Hon. R. Hudson Burr, member' of j
nvs' aggravated the unsanitary con- Dover, England, April 23.-The the police insisted that he had notl'Commerce: I President Chamber of Commerce. Florida's railroad commission, arrivedin
training ship Count Smet De Nayer. been arrester' and that they knew'nothing '
iii uns of the camps and will doubtH ; Pensacola yesterday and will not
add many pneumonia ases to Sidewalk and Pyrites Cinders Dis foundered off Prawle point to-day. ; of his whereebouts. The II I leave until this afternoon. Comms-:
The Captain and 33 of those on I
'ae hospitals wnich are already over di.-patch added that it was consid-, sioner Burr is a candidate for reelection -
< rowa'sd.'; cussion Consumed Greater Loard drowned. ered possible that Gapon had been W. B. LAMAR TO but is not making the active cam
kidnapped by his enemies lC N PEPOfiTE.Camp r [ T [
'Food was never more plentiful in paign that he did four years ago when

San Francisco than to-day. The Part of esson. Blfc' CONCERN ADDRESS CITIZENS :he,first came into prominence throughthe
Nor Believed.
committee on distribution of food hu IReport widespread distribution of his plat-
established' fifty-two stations where SLElfin&urg? 'P ;,. .-'Tfce _report .
the then
the hungry can secure rations. Relief I .... : -, -. IS BANKRUPTBy i that Father Gapow' was hanged t CCONGRESSMANr'W1CCr'SPEAK: 1N newspaper publicity new which method he employed of- ='
revolutionists is not credited VETS[ l LEAVE[ [
AS by
trains are coming from all.points R. E. L. DAN1ELL OfrN: IN to get his views and promises before
here. There is no clue to his whereabouts -
have arrived'
and already supplies A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF but" he has PENSACOLA ON PUBLIC ISSUES the people. He feels that the
rumor says gone
sufficient to feed San Francisco. for Associated Press. ,. people are now sufficiently! acquaint
at Lake Vald i- This,
v weep; to come. Trenton, X. J., 23.-The to a Monastery ; THURSDAY NIGHT.
PUBLIC WORKS AND WANTS April ed with his work on the commission:
chancery court to-day appointed receiver however Is not considered probable. and with his general policy regarding
MAPS MADE-NORTH HILL Congressman W. BXamar. of the T TONIGHT T
for the Telegraph ana'! Teleijhone railroad reguation: to render unnecessary
MILLION AND A HALF FOR : Company of America, a large Steamship Owner Here. Third Congressional district of Florida such an extensive campaign as
and wife of Lon-
COMMITTEE MAKES REQUESTFOR Earnest Bigland will aa'dress the citizens of Es-
with million
holding company thirty I f he waged then and he relies on th's
dollars! stock. The 1'abilities! are* don, England, arrived.- port yester cambia county Thursday night. It is
RELIEF OF SAN FRANCISCO IMPROVEMENTS.The 1 I knowledge of his record and ,
the British ,steamer Cayo Do-
placed at nine hundred and twenty: day on understood that he will discuss public policy to guide the voters in their
five thousand dollars, largely unpaid mingo. :Mr. Bigland who is' owner of issues, live questions that are before Ward Will!! Be Well Represented choice this iear.

Washington, April. 23.-Without de- assessments., Assets are two million the Cuban Steamship Company of the American people. CommissionerBurr something
session of the Board of Pub London, ta whom the Cayo Domingo: Due notice to the time and sprun'g
batthe House concurred in the but are of uncertain value I composed as at the Annual of a sensation when he produced -
senate amendment on joint resolution lie Works yesterday afternoon was of stock in subsidiary companies. belongs, is making a tour of the seaport place where Congressman Lamar will I copies of correspondence which
towns of the southern states, will be announced later. He '
appropraiting a million and a devoted in a large measure to dis-j' speak i Re-union. recently passed between himself and 't
half additional for the relief of the Sutton .the Winner. combining pleasure w'th: (business. i, assured of a large crowd as the! Representative W. A. Bryan.
pensing! sidewalk talk and other After taking in the southern seaports'he of this have a high
Ban Francisco sufferers. The Senate New York. April 23.-In the play- citizens county "1 have noted with a good deal of
received a message from 'the presi- minor matters. off of thg tie for second place in the will take a trip to Europe including ;opinion of the representative in the
satisfaction the stand which The
tion. appropriating a million and a R. E. L. Daniell, the new memberof billiard tournament. Sutton to-night Genoa. Venice, Trieste and other: lower branch of the 1'NHow ational Con ADJUTANT PINNEY HAS RE., Journal has taken against graft and '
the board, elected by the councilto Sehaefer, 500 to 287. ports. !
when the defeated gress.
half be appropriated and' I "
grafters in our politics, said Com-
house resolution passed Saturday was swornin _n__,___ ___ __.. missioner Burr Journal
by Clerk Merritt, Mr. Daniell offered to a representative -
appropriating' one million came to and had carried a resolution FOR THE YEARLY GATHERING' "and I hope you will continue
the Senate, five hundred thousand I the fight until other in tho
providing that the city have a mount-,
was added and the amendment was -PERSONNEL OF THOSE WHO
state the Bear-
ed map, showing the locations of adopt same policy.
adopted by the house. the mak ing on this graft question I have
He strongly urged
The in the senate was
day ing of maps -showing the locations o* copies of some correspondence here
tha conclusion of Senator LaFollette's -
water mains and fire plugs.A CITY. that ought to be read by every voterin
l the railroad rate
speech on committee of North Hill citizens the state and I want to make its
bill. making it of the longest
one appeared before the board and pre public through the columns of your
speeches of recent years. The Senate sented a petition asking that pyrites; i, paper. What do you think of this?"'
for Confederate veterans are journeying
also passed a providing cinders be no longer; laid: in that sec-i and Mr. Burr then produced the following .
the organization of a dental corps in comm't-I j to New Orleans as fast as
tion. The members of the altogether interesting and self-
the array.LEGAL ___ i tee, for whom J. S. Reese, acted as wheels can carry them to be present explanatory correspondence:

spokesman stated that they would t a f..the annual re-union which con The Correspondence
BUSINESS TO I co-operate with the board in every + ., venes there, April 25, 26, 27. Chipley, Fla., Mar. 24, 1906.

BE RESUMED TO-DAY, way possible to relieve the situation. # I : //4 ,Camp Ward No. 10, Confederate Hon. R. Hudson Burr, Tallahassee
I It was states: that:pyrites cinders areinjur'ous : Dear Sir:-Yours of the 6th inst. is ;
San Francisco, April 23.-I..ega11 j I to health. Some of the ezT i! KxfJ veterans, will be well represented at received. I note all you say. I ama
business will be resumed' here to-j committee stated that they thought the Te-umnThe following will candidate for reelection to the houseof :

irorrow. All the superior court,, Palafox street on the, hill should be f ,,' rl leave to-night over the Louisville 1 1I representatives and can not takean

H'dses are safe and will open twelve! paved wih brick. ; j i iLi7:3 I I and Nashville: D. B. Reed, J. D.'' active part ra>if>lf in our behalf,
departments in the Jewish Syna The question of moving houses and Pin- but I have some splendid workers
Kendall, W. I. Wittich, John L.
rogue. Criminal cases will have .pre-I : dl .
blockading the thoroughfare was that will work for if
11(1 Ii r = you you
matters win follow J. D. Cooper, W. H. Cardwell,
cedence. Probate Mr. Daniell. He op- r nero
Lrouht up by ; I make it worth while.
and civil cases such as damage iposed the practice and thought that \ J. N. Giles, W. K. Hyer .Sr.V., H.I Yours truly,

cases and divorce will be put last onockets. all contractors should have shifts \ Murphy, G. Murphy, James L. Mat- W. A. BRYAN.

enough to work twelve hours dally on this, Joseph McVoy, M. O'Leary, R

all moving jobs. He even went further JI Rath-well, Frank Saurez, A. Saurez, Tallahassee Fla., March 30, 1906.
GENERAL A. W. and advocated day and night
Hon. W. A. Bryan, Chipley, Fla.
NOW IN COMMAND to prevent block- A. C. Tippen, W. H. Trimmer, Frank
work, if necessary Dear Sir-I: am in receipt of your
ades. I Maura Mark Mayo and General i I letter of the 24th inst., in which yon
"Ban Francisco, April 23.-Genera submitted a J
Chief of Police ,Schad French.
I that candidate for
say you are a reelection -
A, V.'. Greely took command of the cf side t -- '
conditions ::0 '
lengthy report on (Adjutant Pinney, of Camp Ward to the house of representa v
federal troops here to-day A resolution -
the city.
who -supersed-//walks throughout :; has received the official badges for lives, and that you cannot take an active
ing General Funston that all wooden '
under; Greeley's orders. General'' sid walks was be passed constructed with the 1tit the local camp members worn part yourself in my behalf, bat
Orleans. that you have some splendid workers
: at at New
Greek established headquarters
tort boards up against each other. :. s } fr A num'ber of citizens, others than who will work for me if 1 can makeit
Mason.IS ordered to not'fythe'street ,
The clerk was I
contractor thatde1ueg veterans will] leave for the Crescent worth while. Will you kindly give .

NOT CONCERNEDWITH of sprinkling,water have been left City to honor the old soldiers during me the names of }our workers, and
ORIGIN OF AID treet, and that the three days re-union. what would be considered worthwhile
standing in Palafpx
The battle for the 1907 re-union is ?

New York, -April 23.-Gaylord such practice discussing must cease.minor'matters, between Richmond, Va., and Bir Yours truly! ,

Vilshire. chairman of the Publicity' the After board adjuorned. L i mingham, Ala., with the od '3 in R. HUDSON BURR.
j t Virginia city as a con
Committee of the California Relief favor the
Association to-day rnaia:; public a let federate monument is to be unveiled Confidential.
ter saying CaKforn'ans: were not con-IN1NETEENKILlED I there about the time of the annual Chipley, Fla., March 31. 190 '

terned with the origin of aid coming gathering cf the vetrans. Hon. R. Hudson Burr, Tallahaassee.

ask the Minnesota trades unions and BY EXPLOSIONBy Arrests Made. inst. is received and I note all yon
Sheriff Van Pelt and Deputes San/ say. Washington county is a large
Iffesideat: Roosevelt to refrain from 4 +.'
imerfern with: any man who wishesto I 1 4 ders and Johnson returned from Mill-\ territory-22 election districts. It is

mend us sympathy or pecuniary Associated Press view at 2 o'clock this morning (Tuesday 1 expensive to canvass so large a terri
>ail"! Trinidad Coo.! ; April 23.-It was ). A 'fote negro picnic, was 'gfting#' tory, but I have friends in each dIstrict -

officially announced at the office of on at the place and officers! presencewas who work for me when I can -defray -

WILL REPAIR DAMAGETO the Colorado Fuel and Iron .Companyhere deemed advisable. Several negroes the actual expense and will work
FEDERAL BUILDING todathat nineteen miners were armed, two succeeded in for my friends on the same cond'tiona.:

-- were. killed by explosion! ,yeitraay. falling into the hands of the' officers' I can place $100 to your advantage,

San Francisco.: April 23.-At .a con. I while a pair were arrested for selling! have the matter of your candidacy
Terence today between the oresidentnj Baptist.Conference. whiskey without a license, "Shoot brought prominently before the voters
Senator Flint on the California The congregation of the' First Baptist ing was an easy thing for the negroesin and have your literature Judiciously

question the reconstruction of federal church h'eid a conference conceruin1 RAPIDITY. the woods, who had smoke.irons in distributed if you will furnish tat,
buildings: destroyed or damaged in the matter their possession, sad! Deputy John-,
pastor. The result off the. conferencewill son.. (Continued on Page Fin)

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..i' Men's Oxfords. We Never Forget the Children.1 ., Do Your Husband a Favor. Moquette Rugs. ,


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

,. ; SpeciaL' ,arrived, all colors, Linen and Pique, $1,25 to Shirts, Ties, Collars, Cuffs: Underwear, Pajamas, four pricer-98c, $2.69, $4,39. and extra size,

J',.i at $3.50 and S4.CO$2.50.. and Sox Galore. 9x12, $16.50.

ift:1 Our- collection of Trunks is one you will a PP re' In the past few days we have received- many new items that will prove We have absolutely the strongest line of l'visses'!

4 tf.; : Jt date. Ladies solid leather and canvas, best quahtYf. and Boys' Slippers and Oxfords to be found in the ,.

)J' ,; 'ex tremely l 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 let us prr ve what we say. As

':.:,. 11, y ou buy. Size, 40-inch cheap at $25. Fancy Combs and Ornaments; also shipment of Shirtwaists and Wash SkIrts.hlgh and as good as $3.00 per pair. :

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:4j i',:t: jr+ ti -i$' .- HHH1h1f j r ures which they claim they are presenting SUMMARY OF I
for the first time in this NOTICEThe I
: country at enormous salaries. There I
I AMUSEMENTS i features were imported by their Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute THE I !
F -.. special foreign representative, and it in the United States where the WEAFHERi II
: 1 ii e I is claimed there is a treat in store Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits I it ii i
;-- :1CH .for the many lovers of the big cir I can be cured without exposure, and i I t
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,. t ; mH4I.ff cus acts. with so much ease for the patient. Only The maximum temperature yesterday -
-, I : the fact that several cir was 81 degrees 3 and the
1 i EIG SHOW ARRIVES said to be th$ largest ever 'controlledby Owing to 30 days' time required. Describe at p. m. I.
::t. > WHILE CITY SLEEPS this well known and popular circus -cuses abandoned the street parade your case and I will write you an minimum 63 decrees' at 6 a. m. E.ghty ,
i : Gentry Bros. reached Pensacola at firm and is under the personal this year, Gentry Brothers are now opinion as to what I can accomplish degrees is the highest temperature soar k kt i
: management of H. B. Gentry, the presenting the finest street pageantever for you. Ask your family physicianto f recorded in Pensacola this year. !I !
Ht..1 J an early hour this morning and originator who accompanies the presented by any circus; it bins investig tDr.. B. M. Woolley, 104 In his summary of the weather yesterday :

:...1\\:: quietly built Tented City on West showy\ to every town, 'his private car almost one mile sections long presenting, comprisingnine a N. Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga. Observer/ Reed said: |I : r White
complete "There were showers (Sunday in
1tli'Jr Garden street. being attached to the second section
1 t-: While the city slept last night the of the show train.Principal. beautiful spectacle and representing I. Nebraska Mississippi Alabama Geor
f ', : special train carrying Gentry Bros., Features. I I an expenditure of a, fortune. The gia, North Carolina and on the east :
I -, i-bows arrived in the city over the L Some of the principal features of,parade will leave the show, grounds I ONE: DOLLAR FOR Gulf coast, and since 7 p. m. Sunday r.:
ocock! this morning '
rz 'I' ft N. railroad and at the time of going :their big eastern shows are 200 I at 10:30 sharp : 'J light' ran! has been quite general over .
> :t.Jr:/" to. press the large crew of work.f,1'aen highly educated: ponies, 150 dog ac and will be seen on the principal:: 90 CENTS TODAYJACK the middle and north Atlantic states ;
were busily engaged in unloading tors, 75 monkeys: baboon: and gib-I streets. resulting from an area of low barome-
< r. and trans[:ring the big shows to boons, two herds of performing elephants trio pressure which at 7 a. m. was central The American athletes now en ,
: i "West Garden Street where two performances three droves Siberian camels I HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY off the Jersey coast and at that route to Athens to compete for the I
: will be given to-<1ay. and various other animals to be. LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE HOOTQN WILL GIVE HIS hour was causing rain in New York world's greatest prizes; will be assist i
The Gentry shows that are now In found only'In a Gentry menagerie.In I LINE OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE city and Boston and snow in Pitts- ed in winning international records
this city are known as their big addition to the excellent trained: FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER & FRIENDS11 USEFUL ANNLVERSARY I burg; rain was also falling at Omaha;; by- the fact that WHITE ROCK was
eastern company it embracing ,four animalexhibition they have augmented REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT SOUVENIR. I II elsewhere the weather has remained : .;- selected overall waters as the best <
: of the shows they had on tour last their shows with a numbe PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU .I fa'.r.; The pressure is also low in the for them to drink while away from
; season. Their eastern shows are of" big ianal: sensational circus feat TO' BUY. .IHooton's I extreme northwest, and high over the .. their native shores. '

,yiyg, central valleys. Heavy fros't was observed WHITE ROCK and buoyant strength
-- -- '
!j' ; I : f Pharmacy celebrates its this morning in eastern Iowa go together.
first anniversary to-day and as a: and northern Illinois and light frostat Ask :your Doctor about' it.
... suitable souvenir of the occasion, Mr i Nashville.

/ ] Hooton friends with has arranged a brand- new to present one dollar hi.I: of"The fair conditions weather still for give this promiseo v'cinity E'-:. The Lewis Bear Co.

b4j bill in exchange for 90 'cents. Ever : through Tuesday with fresh northeast ,
one who makes a.'JSS-cent; cash pure: ", DISTRIBUTORIn
winds. _
chase will :be. entitled-to this bargain I, _..l_
t w in one dollar. ',bills: although only
will be given to- each customer. I 0 -
3Ir. Hooton's 'Success has been: ORGANIZE LOCAL COUNCIL ",
most marked and, his friends will be "\ .
.e I glad to call and congratulate him on' IPensacola( Council No. 332, United <.
4 + V s it to-day. Commercial Travelers'' Association of| ,
t .. -- fi I America has been organized with a'
{ i -- KEEP COOL. large charter membershp.;! Regular ;
.t' 4 BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW meetings will be held the first Satur .
i'z.- ; WATSON, PARKER S. REESE HAS day of each month. The following
'A-. THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S officers were elected for the ensuing
tZt-, ;
: Senior Counselor-Henry Horsier.

; CARD/ OF THANKS. Junior Counselor-Pat McHugh.
cibtt : Past
V Coun'.elor-D.
x The Knights of Columbus desIre t to Kugelman.
j .. express their thanks to those who so Secretary'Treasurer-. j. Hein-I -
; berg.
assisted in making their Easter Monday
: -I I
: (Conductor-R Flashn
; ball a success. They especially r. iEWIETHOb
4/1. a V :. desire to thank the ladies who
.yefT. Sentinel-Lep Mayer.Executive .
kindly made donations of
{ various ,
!>i {;: +h 'r" : E' ,,krf : ;.:.. xb' tides. Committee-John :3.
Y>l' ea 1. n ...vR k..a.:: .2 q: :4 Williams, Jr., Clinton Griffin, L. A. PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROM4NAS', r "Sya:: r: .>Sa oj Ffeiffer!' C. S. Sims.
.. J : I!pt ...' + .t .
,\ : -' \. iA NICK APOSTLE
t ;. S. x.. ,Mab A + ;: A:
,"' ;'" 0 his'.,: HARD TO DROP.
,'. I ..' S < F '+ ,= .. BUY OUT WHITE Ji 1 &M&M&M?
'f ::--_ Z hy----- -- .hrrS wy.;: s1 :a .t n? a..y ; e : :,;' W' e': But Many Drop It.
iA young Cal wife; taks about coffee
\{ Gentry Brothers entertaining the Little Folks After the Matinee Performance today.Bl "It was hard to drop Mocha and : & SON

dt 4. t i; __ t I' AND CONTINUE THE Java and give Postum Coffee a trial,
n I but my nerves were so shatteredthat
:' -" 0 BUSINESS. I was a nervous wreck and of [INCORPORATED]
( t course that means all king of ails.
I "At first I thought bicycle riding I
i' ; > Barley-Malt Nick Apostle yesterday purchased caused it.. and I gave it up but my
the coffee saloon operated by J. Geo:I condition remained unchanged. I did
,; n White. it is Mr. Apostle's intentionto not want to acknowledge! coffee Tetley's Teasi
: i ,is the foundation and renovate and refurnish the placeat I caused the trouble for 1 was verv,
f fond of it. At that time friend
r once ani: continue the businessthere a
r the principal essential for a really running it as a first class coffee I came to live with usand, I noticed '
f.t-: it'i.Jlt j I I saloon, -soda water fountain, and that after he had been with as a ,, Are Served Fred By An Expert
week he
I ice cream stand. would not drink his coffee
: )Ir. Apostle will not qmsolidatetms any more. I asked him th:! reason
'\ .. business with his restaurant he replied, 'I have not hazy, a headache In Annex.
BUDWEISER across the street, but will put 'it i in since I left off drinking coffee, i COME IN
.! i first class condition and continue it t some: months ago, till last week AND TAKE A CUP iur
I at its present ']ocati n. 1 t\h<= L table. I don't see how anyone can, EITHER HOT OR ICED.
The King of Bottled Beers hke coffee, anyway, after drinking i
tJ SMACK D4BOLL IS Postum'! Note-In:
\\r "I said nothing, but at once ordered brewing TETLEY'S TEAS
; is brewed from the choicest Barley-Malt t obtainable, -. COMPLETE a package of Postuin. That was greater care is needed than for ordinary
t{t1! in WRECK five months ago, and have drank,
combination with:Select and we the-:
i: -. Hops Special quality no other coffee since except on two* teat as rich quality requires a smaller E
l't' Yeast. In consequence it has the exquisite taste, occasions when we had company:r quantity teaspoonful to three cups is i

rt.'p I, the mellowness and the 'delicious flavor which can l HAS BEEN STRIPPED AND- ABANDONED .'I and husband the result could each not time sleep was, but thatmy lay I f suggested. We cordially invite you all to S '

; be found in no other Beer' AND LEFT TO'ITS awake and tossed and talked half come-to THE BIG STORE and try a cup '

I ijt Btadwetser is brewed and bottled the night. We were convinced that of Tetley's Celebrate'
I' only ,
t;;: PATE. coffee caused his suffering so he returned
li at the Home
; Plant of the to Postum Food Coffee convinced it.I's served free, either hot or iced. Non

% Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n i I that the old kind was a drink known is more refreshing and more
instead of a friend E'
: *nemy and he i is
1 St. Louis. U. S. A. Capt. T. E. Welles yesterday received f than '
a telegram from Capt. Ferns If troubled no more by insomnia. Joseph Tetleyy & Co.'s Cele-
"I, myself, !have gained 8 --
:iLc. dez of the tug Simpson, stating _that! pounds brated Teas. :
in1 weight, and my have
j1i A. :x. the smack G. A. Da'boll' which was r nerves -
,MOOG, Distributor. It
ceased to quiver. seems so easy -
I 1-S
: stranded on the bar 'at the mouth of the old 1 --I
:now to quit : coffee that
Pensaco1a.i .- Tampa bay had been stripped and'
: 't caused,our aches and ails tak
fiiir t and ,
#i i, abandoned. The tug Simpson, whicir t.p Postum." :Names given by POgo THE BIG, :"h ;
: :' 1 1 CorM tr Tutfe CoF ed had gone to the smack's aid startedon turn Co., Creek, Mich. There's a Tea. 3 : : i
I her homeward voyage this mor n' son. 1
; .
-fl. .,. in'g. The tug will stop at St. Andrew! Read the little book, "The Road tZi'eIlvills'in ,
; and tow to -7'"
-eome lighters Pensacola ; pkgs. ; tmJ
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I I is. BEINIRECE1YED Everything. UsefulNOTHING I


SafetyPins IA [ [ I [D BYt. WITHOUT.., :-: A PURPOSE.We :H [ m

all wonder why certain things
were ever made, why certain animals
RETIVES[ or insects were allowed to live. GUILTY

NoveltyFor And yet there is no doubt that every. ,
:. _
thing was created for some purpose, 'i -
r'9 .
and civilization '-
l :-- :- as advances such. -- :- : __- I
purposes are discovered.

Summerto Glad :Tidings that Loved Ones Cod liver. oil is something that :
everybody knows to have ben!: a wise Thomas Donaldsoncknowledges
provision of Providence, to be usedas
wear are Safe ,is Joyous a medicine in all wasting dis that He Dumped Ashes in

eases. Yet science has proven that

as GI earnings.Pensacola the oil has no value either as a meo- Pensacola Bay.
icine! while
'" or food-and useful to
the codfish .only the medicinal elements '
Scarf Pins.I which the oil contains are use 74// cts
citizens are hearing from ful to man aa a medicine. There- Thomas Donaldson, a fireman on Ce*;
,, their relatives in San Francisco and fore 'a seperation must be effected. the British steamship Argo, was fined
other parts of California. YesterdayC. This I is exactly what has been ?500 an a plea of guilty of dumpng; ds '"tly.
Ainsworth received a message from done by two eminent French chem ashes in Pensacola 'foay. In defaultof c\ : 4I: :

We have received a beautiful! h's daughter that she and her brother ists, after twenty years of experimenting payment of the fine he was placedin BerWficiallV
assortment of these pins to sell were safe, and F. L. Mayes receiveda they succeeded in separating the custody of the United States I Acts ,. ;
wire from his brother, Charles J. the marshal. .
medicinal '
curatives from the II
at 25c 10 $1.25.If Mayes, in which the latter stated that useless oil and grease and have given I Donaldson was summoned as a witness ,_ tats tr\Jlya.s a Laxative.
want have the lat. } svtJ. (
you he was safe outside the city.Mrs. .
the -
I to the world In a concentrated form, in the case of (government 11
est thing in the pin line get a H. T. Wright is worried over all 'Morrison arrested c ii ,
ci the healing, strenght-creating against Murdor -
cultured and the
j'iI: 1 the
I 7 to
Pin. of Figs appeals
Safety Scarf her ssters: who res'.de! on Libertystreet I and body-lbuilding properties of cod Saturday and released on bond, charged Syrup its
No use looking elsewhere for in San Francisco. She 'has not liver oil, without oil or grease to upset with dumping ashes in the Day ? /i2" :' : t I well-informed and to the healthy, because

one, as U is something new we been able to secure any information the stomach ana retard its work, During the hearing of the evidence: I component parts are simple and wholesome
are always first to get on to regarding them. I and by this process Vinol is made. yesterday morning, Commissioner &\7;f', :i'V and because it acts without disturbing the

the novelties. Miss Perry's Letter. I Our druggists, W. H. White & Marsh thought. that it disclosed that 'j .. -. natural functions, as it is wholly free from
Soft Collars on the road. Chaplain Perry has received a 10n'gletter Co., guarantee Vinol to be a ,pure Donaldson was' the guilty party. Don- I--. :4',; objectionable quality or substance. In
from his daughter Miss Grace, cod liver medicine, without the oil aldson was immediately placed under '., every .
who is at present in California. and not a patent medicine, and also arrest. He was held in a $500 bond / / the process of manufacturing figs are used, as
Extracts from her letter follow: guarantees that Vinol will create a and information was flied in the United .r : they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal -

I "Poor old Frisco! : is burning up. We i healthy appetite, cure stomach troubles -. States C'.rcuit: Court. Donaldson I I q.. i: virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from

had the most awful earthquake this give strength and renew vital entered a plea of guilty before I L ,. 1.itrl an excellent combination of plants known to
5 morning. It lasted 38 seconds and, I ity to weak, sickly children and to Swayne, and the minimum JUdgeil! I laxative and to act most bene
never felt anything like it. There Is the aged build- up the run down $500 was assessed a'gainst the defen-i! 'c / be medicinally
hardly a chimney left in town and tired and debilitated, make the weak dant. ,. ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy

every brick building is broken in trong, cure chronic coughs, cola's, Techincal Case. I the genuine-manufactured by the .
I many places. The plate 'glass win build up the convalescent, or will return I f;;
Judge Carter of the state circuit
dows are out of every store: and the every dollar paid for it. W. H. ,

SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !!,I I goods are pled: up in big heaps. In White & Co. him court for has interesting It is case that before of M. \ & ; : -X \s:
the grocery stores the floors are flood .
Buy Liebold Safes ed with catsup, olive oil etc. The 1 A. Chambers versus the,- Consolidated _ll
Grocery Company and Welles-Kahn YRVP
Scarritt Morenoi Agent. Central Bank is is in an almost awful a :mix-up.wreck.Ever.thing NECROLOGY[ Company. The .complainant. asks that A

'Injunction'b issued, restraining I
: an
Seven killed'in 'house
people were a
COTTR ELL, down here on 12th street Carter King. 'the respondents from levying writs of bI F'Artdso,1.iewYorkttY
certain iiivilIe
garnishment property
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. "Most of the -=- just had another Mrs. Carter King of Atlanta passed on ( Ky
Pensacola Fla. shake, but I am getting used to it_nowfor through the city Monday morning.accomlpany'ing claiming that he is the head of a family \2, ; : i: '-.7 For sale by all leading Druggists,in original packages only,bearing tie fall
Florida. ; ;
this is the fourth"one since this"i the, body of her bus; residing in name of the Company.
Half I I band Carter King to its last resting The complainant resides on the naval
-- - ----- morning. a second isn't so bad,
I just think of 58 seconds, but I stood up place in Graceville, Fla, where the reservation, but cla'ms: the exemptions -
asked for in the petition under
: in the doorway because Aunt Annie I interment takes place tcHlay.Ir.., ---- -
CutGlass and Sterling Silverware the laws of Florida. Geographically, it
was so weak she couldn't run down King wai taken ill with meningitisand
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SI I if she had tried. A chimney come was unconscious until he passed is conceded that Chambers is in FlorIda -I
at 9 o'clock Saturday night. but politically that he is not, due' Just Receiveda
crashing down and struck the roof
TURTON & BELL. right near my window. At the pres: May 4 of last year :Mr. King was to the fact that United States courts Hammocks for Summer Time
have exclusive jurisdicion over all
ent time one is on the streets married to Miss Anna Purdy in this,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. and so excited. We have had three city where both then resided, Miss I cases emanating from the reservation We have them-you need them. Get one and hang beneath the fine line of

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. shakes since I have been writing, and Purdy with her, grandmother Mrs. I I The case is an exceedingly fine one I trees-get a book and you then have the acme of summer comfort.

_._ o. I we can hear them blowing up the 10'(J. Scarritt and Mr. King- were' thee from a le'gal standpoint and the decision Hammocks $1.25 up to $5.00. Books lOc:, 25c, 50c, 75c and up to Fishing Tackle Casting
of & of Judge Carter in the premiseswill ,
in the :shoe department I
"Frisco. It
'buildings really is ter
K. WHITE, Waston's store. Mr. King was only be watched for with interest 'by $1.50.Cce's
Watchmaker,Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate rible. 21 ;years old at the time of his mar- the legal fraternity and others. Bookstore. Nets, Shrimp Nets,

Optician 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. rage to :Miss Purdy and both were There is, as far as known only one Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street PentacolaVNW

-.-------- --- About Rheumatism. very popular. similar case in the United States and I -- ___1mJi _______..__-.-- ww- Minnow Seines,
There are few diseases that Inflict[ The young couple left the city last that is an Idaho case, \\Tierein one of

TerseTold more torture than rheumatism and summer during quarantine and wentto the parties in th*spit resided on an . . . Bait Pails.Large
.. ...... .. .. .. .. .
there is probably no dsease: for which visit his parents in Graceville, Indian reservation* 4 J . . ..... ... '!"..

. such a varied and useless lot of rem- later going to Atlanta to reside. Mr. It is expected that Judge Carter will We Are Overstocked With stocks of the latest
"L. C. Fisher and wife of Milton edies have been suggested. 'l'o say King was a brother-in-law of Col render a decision""sin the case duringthe PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS
are registered at the Merchants. that it can be cured is, therefore, a Flournoy of DeFuniak and was well present week. of
bold statement to make, but Chamber. connected throughout West Floridahis Circuit Court. Brick, Lime, Plasterer's Laths, Pine Shingles, Large
The city council will meet in regular TENNIS GOODS,
lain's Pain Palm which enjoys an ex family being prominent people of
session to-morrow evening at tensive sale, has met with great success Graceville. ]I Little 'business was transacted in Fence Posts, Etc. COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL

the regular hour. I I in the treatment of this dsease.! Mrs. King, who was accompani '1 the circuit court )yesterday. Only one H. G. DeSILVA & CO. GOODS.
Phone 11.
t. Ryan and wife are ill at their; One application of Pain Balm will relieve -by her sister, Miss Jennie Purdy. has case was placed on triaL Judge Car- GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS.
,. pain. and hundreds of suffer, of ter is presiding. The following: busi- ..,
home. Their friends hope for their the the profound sympathy many W' BICYCLES AND:: SUNDRIES.
testified tu Innumerable! ness was disposed of'by the court: -
tpeedy recovery. ers have permanent cures relatives 'as well as
I I The regular jury venire became exhausted ROLLER KATES.
by Its use. Why suffer when Pain friends and acquaintances In Pensa-
W. C. Ward, wire and daughterleft 'Balm affords such quick relief and cola. She is a sister Walter Purdy and the court ordered that a -ANYTHING YOU WANT IN
last night for New Orleans to enjoy costs but a trifle? For sale by all and a niece of Stephen Scarritt of special venire be summoned instanter. saaaaaaeaaaaa eaaaaaaaaaaagSi SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.

the Confederate reunion. druggists. II this city and T.1.. Scarritt of Little I I The sheriff brought the following to Call on or write
the court room as jurors: Elliott
Dan Bergin and Richard Warfield ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW Bayou. McClusker, Mac. Henderson, J. N'Col.
T\ere the to New F. B. BRUCE
Orleans among last night.passengers SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WATSON M. G. Hickey. lins, Frank Girard, Fred :Milford.N. I AreYoulllterestedw I

PARKER &. REESE. THE Apostle vs. Frank Harrison and
E. T. Rodwell. of Florala and R., CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. M. G. Hickey died last night at T. F. Briton verdict -defendants.. --- ...
Iludson Burr of Tallahassee, are I 7:45 o'clock. Mr. Hickey was stricken George E. Bredt>/vs. Charles H. Tur- '
among the registered guests at the Keep your bowels regular by the with a paralytic stroke ;yesterday ner,' alleged breach of contract. ...linal.. mlII Superb Exhibition of
'Merchants.[ :. morning about 10 o'clock at the .corner Suit Filed.
of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Fireman W. H. Conners of Hose, Liver use Tablets.: ". There is nothing bet of conveyed Coyle and to Wright his home streets, 209; He S., The following suit was filed in the MOVINGPICTURES

Company' No. 2, left last night forNew !,:! ter. For sale by- all druggists. Alcaniz was street where he languished! circuit Escambia court Realty yesterday Company: vs. War-::II Childrell'sShoes ? I WIfYou
Orleans to attend the reunion. ,
until death relieved his sufferingsThe rick and Emma Puckett, foreclosureof
He will be gone for a week or ten fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived ).es.1 deceased was in the employ: oC mortgage. I'
dars. Company.W. _
the Anchor Supply
terday with a catch of 2,500 .
!Miss Lena Slocum met with a pain. E. Hickey. of Dothan, Ga., a Municipal Court.A I I .
ful accident at the shatin's' rink last )I. C. Boley has been named as an brother of the deacesed was Informed large docket was before Judge' t tBudd's
evening. It is stated that' Miss Slo- in'-pector of customs in this city to of Mr.\ Hick y's death and is expected Laney in the recorder's court jester-1m .

cum and a gentleman coll'ded! causing fin' a vacancy caused by recent to reach here this morning. day. There were twenty-two cases,;' l
changes in the service. fifteen of which were found guilty, ( AND DANCE
her to fall to the floor which re-
suited in her spraining her wrist. City Tax Collector Whiting statedjesterday Nicolas Alvarez one discharged and three cont'nued.The {j Are We Newest miWotild
fines to At'
amounted $34 and costs.
additional three- Nicholas
an Assistant Lighthouse Keeper -
Tersely Told. .. 7890$. Stevens who
Eliza is! charged wit'abeing i iI
quarters of one cent will be.added to Alvarez died Sunday nIght at the Cre&tionsPleased
One of the things that women have a suspicious and dangerous char. Be IB
: the city tax. Interest on May 1. The navy yard at the age of 64 years. Mr.
learned, s'nce they became the purchasers acter, was bound over to the county f.k. New Odd Fellows Hall
total at that::.time will be3':i cents. Alvarez maintained for maney years _
is that
of the family supplies, On June 15 those. who"are delinquent: the 'beacon in the Big Lagoon. Boats authorities. in pj;>
advertising costs money and that fjjj to "
; must. pay an aa'ditional penalty of 10per plying between the city and the navy I Baylen and Belmont Sts.
only and
prosperous progressive mer-
cent.A yard carried flags at half mast as a ;:;y-
chants have the faith and the nerve, token of respect to the deceased.ESCAMBIA Cure for Drunkenness ;,&{i Oxfords j' 27th:
to use it very largely. I I call from box 35 summoned the I I Have Yousif Friday Night April
fire department Sunday morning at II I R
.A.mon the visitors to the city are, 3:20 a. m. The fire proved to be out Under Auspices of
1T H. Xeary an.' J. M. Shackleford, of the city limits and the firemen re-- ORRINE TREATMENT IS TO BEJ $ Call and I Straps
of Birmingham. Mr. Neary is con turned to the stations. 'The water 11 II ,
suiting engineer of a prominent. pressure at the tme! the alarm was ; i \ and Naomi Rebekah LodgeNo.
Chicago firm, which has a branch"Wce sounded registered 82 pounds. PUBLICITY, CR LOSS; OF | See the fu:
(\ In Birmingham. Mr. S.hackle- _..
I I .
ford is of TIME FROM BUSINESS. : 10 I. 0. 0. F.
traveling representative Order BIueB.ibonLieii1onor Vanilla ,Special to Tne Jourivl l. i Ribbon m ,
'tie sane: company. They are making Extract Use half the amount required ii i | Elegant ,
states in Escambia: April 3.-Th many
a tour of the southrn
the interest of their firm. of other kinds and if not sat- friends of Mr. Robert' Hood are Thousands of persons who reallywant ;i, Adults 25 Cents Children 15 Cents
isfactory your money back for theaskng. l-leased to know that he is improving -- to quit the use of whiskey or I Line offfi Ties.
The smack Carrie B. Welles of the : --- -
that --- -
after a week of severe illness. I beer. realize they cannot do so) ---
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Weaver spnt! without medical help, yet they cannot I N : PICNIC AND DANCE
rr Easter very pleasantly with afford the time or perhaps the I
Sunday We believe these are the best and most uptofU I Iro TI/ESDAV WAV 1st
frendj in Pensacola.Mr. money to go to a sanitarium. Hap N ,
INHERITED ( Jim Cannon, an employee of ray a new cure for drunkenness has I date line of Children's Shoes manufactured in this ffl ELECTRIC PARK
S nDFULAAR the Escambia Land and Manafactur- been discovered which is to be taken! show them. You are WI I GIVEN BY
ing Co., of this place had the misfortune at home and costs less than the average N country. It's a pleasure to i
Wednesday while at work to drinker will spend in a day. fU always welcome at our store ftJm R/ITHBONESISTEI? -
In using Orrii there is absolutely TEMPLE No. 14.
have the fingers; almost severed froia PENSACOLA
Every! one has a hereditary right to a pure biood supply, which insures his left hand. He is under the care no publicity, as the remedy is sold
t strong, healthy body; put how many do we see who have inherited that of Dr. Pierpont' of Pensacola. 1y; the lea, lng druggists in nearly I WATSON PARKER & REESE GO. mi Peanut Hunt, Baby Show

greatest of all misfortunes Scrofula, and are struggling under a legacy of The infant child of Mr. am' Mrs\ i every city and town, or can be sent AND PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR
disease and suffering? Scrofula is a constitutional trouble handed down Lewis Canley, who resides at the Escamb'a I by mail. Sure relief is positive when THE CHILDREN.
from parent to child, a curse from generation to generation as long as the Station, died Wednesday.Mrs. Orrine is used. So uniformly suecfssful fj Successors to Green & Watson. ro DANCING FROM 5 TO 12-
scrofulous matter is allowed to remain in the family blood. As the very Otto Richmond was shopping is this treatment that in every N SPORTS BEGIN AT 2 P. M.
foundation of the blood is diseased we see this awful affliction manifestedin in Pensacola Thursday. I box is a registered guarantee which 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.eeaeaaea. BASEBALLGAMEBetween

many such as enlarged glands or tumors about the neck which Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleming entitles you to a refund of your, ,
often burst ways and become discharging ulcers, weak eyes, chronic Catarrh of the spent last Sunday very pleasantlywith !! ironey if Orrine fails! to effect a cure.i iI | aaBBBgBBBBBSB % Local and Barrancas Teamsat
and Orrine is in two forms. No. 1. a I 3:30 p. m.
Mrs. Fleming? parents, Mr. i I
head, skin diseases, etc. This blighting disease being so firmly intrenched secret remedy, absolutely; tasteless -- Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will be
in the blood often attacks the bones, resulting in White Swelling, or hip Mrs. Coker of Roberts. spent last I.i t hnd orderless which can be given in j I a half hour schedule. Late dummy
disease while pallid, waxey of the skin, loss of strength, and Miss Francis Thomas Dance and Euchre Party -
a appearance Saturday and Sunday with her aunt food or drink without the patient's Grand TVVOOD both ways.
ften lung affections show that the disease is entirely destroying the rich, Mrs. Gid :Murphy near Olive. I knowledge; No.2, in pill form for

itritive qualities of the blood. There is but one way to cure Scrofula and Mr. E. Padgett is on the sick list. those who wish to b that is to purify the blood and ridit of the germs of disease, and for this this week. I price either form is $1 a box. Send WANT A PIANO

Purpose nothing equals S. S. S. Its purifying and buiildii. p properties air. Frank Boghich our efficientstenographer I to the Orrine Co., Washington, D. C. C. K. and L. of A. Your want can be readily: realizedby
make it the ideal for Scrofula. S. S. S.S home folksin for free booklet and consultation
remedy was to see AT K. OF; C. HALL OAK AND PiNE our unusual method of selling. No
searches out and destroys all poisons and Pensacola Thursday! night blank. matter where you live, we will place

S S germs gives strength, richness and vigor to (The Escambia Land and Manufacturing The desire after for Orrine liquor is treatment soon destroyed !$ Thursday Nip April 26th. cheaper than you can buyIt one of our matchless! pianos in your

the weak, polluted blood and cures Scrofula Company of this\ place are before, long the anywhere. Any sire )OU home, the payment for same being actually -
and patient
at ,
0 6 considerable! lumber than would charge
permanently. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable shipping is freed from the terrible cfrink ADMISSION 25c want. less many
PURELY VEGETABLE.nedicine, made-from roots, herbs and barks present. business craving and the drink will not be you for rent. The Kranich & Bach
Mr. J. C. McConnell made a Lester, Packard, Cassell and Clutter
md be taken with absolute safety by I .
may last Saturday massed. SEWELL
trip to Milton FREE C. we'guarantee.CLUTTER .
young or old, It so thoroughly removes the poison from the blood that no Orrin3 is for sale by "White's REFRESHMENTS- E. are pianos
signs of it ; and is blessed-with blood evening. 106 South Pa'arox St. I II PRIZES. MUSIC HOUSE,
are ever seen ala posterity a pure :Mrand Mrs. J. }t. Weaver and I Pharmacy, TWO' 614. I

'up lr. Book on the blood d any medical advice desired without. 'charge. Mr. Albert Padgett. left to-day. to I SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30.: MUSIC' BY" BARRIOS ORCHESTRA. Phone Pensacola. Fiona

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i iJ MORASSO BUILDING : When your nerves are weak, when you Legal Advertisements TetIey

QJbt Jenjafoln Ifonfum H. are easily! tired, when yu feel all run
czificIi. : Notice is hereby given that the ,
down then is
the time you need a good -
DAMAGE BY FIREFire : strong tonic Ayers Sarsaptrilli. Your undersigned Napoleon will Broward apply to the, governor Honorable Tea

rwwuwuwJuww -_(u- nww --- r WW WflUW-JUUWt4 doctor will tell you ,why it has such power over weak nerves, why it makes of the state of Florida at Tallahassee -
the blo d rich and' it gives and him it it is not
o'clock this why courage strength. Florida, on the seventeenth day
after three
J WEEKLY., SUNDAY. shortly
just the medicine need.Lumber We have 110 leeret81 W.pubUah .C.A.I'Co..
morning badly camaged the ,large you the fOl'mu1aa or all oup, medi I
11tH PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY frame Morasso building, on. the incorporating the' SOUTHERN
I southeast corner of Palafox and ..Magnolia WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE COMPANY -

;AtU ...BY... I streets. The fire apparently' -- under the following proposed the finer tastes
charter the original of which
caught between the second story ana ,
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. roof. Prompt work by the fire department Brick I J3 now on file in the office of Secretary -
prevented a serious con- of State of the State of Florjda. It never lets go.
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..!I FRANK L MAYES President and General Mmnager.u.r ., Hardware Paint. The undersigned subscribers do -
; [ 11 hereby make application for letters : $$$
n.sritrt.nuwuuwuun STREET CAR SALIBING patent incorporating us and our associates -
; MEMBER THE We handle every bit of material necessary to ''build your into a corporation in accordance # PIANOS AND ORGANS. 1

: ASSo.CIJlTED PRESS. I home complete In (both wholesale and retail quantities: with the laws of Florida # CASH OR EASY TERMS, ..

-F I --fu -' -'.,- DISCUSSEDSTATED Will be glad to submit. prices: to contractors or others under the following charter: t'All Piano Work Guaranteed

\.,: :. SUBSCRIPTION RATE.$: t f using same in quantities. f fI L # CLUTTER '% RUSHING, !

I The name of the corporation shall # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST, ..
I', !' One Year.'S 00 One MOflth..e....... 45 I THAT DEAL FOR TRANS-' Saunders .Mill be the Southern 'Warehouse & Storage # PHONE 476. *

Six Months................ :.50' One Wdek. ................ II) Company, t I Company and the principal office'
Three :llonths...... ......; 1 25 Weeij'Edition. Ut( CONSUM
per year..$ FER IS TO BE SOON Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. I and place of business shall be at J

Junw,rm-- --rJ1 n i Pensacola Escambia County Florida
wyn nxuwnn nrnrnr w wr wtrw w-r "
MATED. -I----- --I. _- --I! with branch offices and places of -
: The Pensacola I
I- Only Newspaper from Which a Detailed
business at such other places as
.. Circulation Statement Can S. Secured. I may become necessary or convenientfor Special BargainsFor

..f'JLL -',-,- Constant rumors' were heard yesterday the conduct of said business.
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I to the effect that the deal for Political Announcements :II.
i: OIll..IOBondUO East The general nature of the businessto Few Days Only
,.'JM' l': I I Papers on Sal.on Trains. the Pensacola Electric Terminal; _,_ I the said
be transacted by corpora-
' mention of which was made in
Government. Phono38.Li'
. .t'. and at all flews Standi.
I tion shall be the purchasing, leasingor
t The Journal some time ago was about RATES. Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. Lot 40x240 W. Romana
tj: '- -nruflJLfU1.nJu1J i. _______ jjflJLJJ1 S-tj..j&ajwjv.tM / to be consummated. The rates for political announce- R. L. NICHELSEN. otherwise acquiring lands and

President Northup could not be ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to run I riparian rights of all classes and St near Spring St.

f 1fl i PENSACOLA, FILOR1DA TUESDAY MORNING! APRIL 24, 1906 seen, it being stated that he; was out till tha primary of May 15, are as follows I hereby anounce myself a candidate descriptions; to construct, purchase, with 5 house.
lease otherwise acquire ware- room _$3250
r- : for th office of Justice of the or
-.I'.f ... .. of the city. ?
I Judge A. C. Blount, Jr., vice president The Daily Journal .. .. .. ..$10.00 Peace for District No. 2, subject to i houses, docks, wharves, piers and
'ContentHunters"inConference .It-Kct i-t ** i ; tf of the local street car company The Weekly Journal. .. . . 5.00 the action of the Democratic Primary I public' scales; to receive from the Lot 80x170. Romananear
These rates are strictly cash in advance May 15th. public generally for storage turpentine -
when seen regarding the matter, stat-
X NEWS AND VIEWS # Ii I rosin! and all other kinds ot DeVilliers St. $1000
and be .
no announcement will J. GOSS.
ed that he knew nothing concerningthe D.
$ ; Solomon believed that Mlf men wire FROM STATE PAPERS deal. 'If a transfer of the inserted or run under any other con- I naval stores proi'Ucts; cotton and all
0 cCm-1! For County Treasurer.I classes of merchandise and per-
: to bring their miseries together In one HJ. 1t-H ;f _pany is made, it will be done in"Bal ditions. sonal property usually placed or Leslie E. Brooks

place, most would be glad to take each timore and not here," was hIs state- will be a candidate In the demo- stored in warehouses; to act as ,

i: his own home again rather than take Fighting Everglade Drainage.A ment. For the State Senate. cratic primary. of May 15 for re-nomi bailee for the owner or owri-" fisher
t Building.
nation to the office of county treasurer.
a portion out of the common stock." bureau has been established in John S. Beard a candidate for the I ers of all such articles; to
The support of all democrats will
It would nomination! to the State Senate in the charge and collect a consld ration
be a strange sight-a Jacksonville under the management of be

+4 Iisery Fair! And while the old phil Chas. A. Choate to create public sen-:1 FPONCdCLION II Democratic primary called to 'be teld I appreciated. J. ED. WILLIAMS. for storing same ana: ) for acting as Pensacola St Andrews
bailee to issue warehouse receipts
15th ;
timent through the newspapers:; May together with other speak ,
; : osopher was right, and we would be stored I
against the drainage of the everglades.I ers, will address the people of Es. I a-nounce for any and all property so
hereby myself a candi-- Gulf
to each reclaim his Co
: glad own exhibit cambia the is- and to do any and all things nec- Steamship
If county; political
matter is so important to the I -- upon date for the office of County Treasurer
tt at the end, such a iFair would bringus prosperity the state the Times- sues of the day at the following -, essary, incident, convenient or profit. STEAM TAtlPO.VW.IJ
as to The Journal. of Escambia county, subject to the
: Special able to the conduct of said business.
h a thousand years nearer to the A'ge Union urged in 1902 when Flagler had times and places:
action of Democratic
i Ponce DeLaon, April 23.-Mr. Bar- the primary of HI.: 1ARKOW, Master.
:& of Content ;and, the Day of 'Steady the contract, we cannot conceive what i| ress Cawthon and others from De Molino Bluff Friday night, April 20. I May 15, and respectfully solicit the The amount of the capital stock of FIRST-CLAL : pA.lrJ.a:: A."iD

L-3 Nerves! I has brought about the change that Funiak, were here,.for of pleasure April' 21.Muscogee Springs. Saturday, day time, support of all voters. said corporation shall be Fifty Thou- FREJu
And while such a fair is not quite has called for'some one to put up the I on last Thursday and carried JOHN G. WELSH. sand Dollars (J50.000.00), divided in- eW.I511-
I money to run such a bureau. It will Monday night, April 23.Brent's PENSACOLA.
rtr feasible! have away several nice strings of the finny to shares of One Hundred Dollars MOBILE. APALACHt.COLA. .
we nowadays something
; be well fothe people to look- into I tribe. Thursday night April 26. I hereby announce myself a candIdate ($100.00)) each, and shall be payablein : CARRABELl E. sr. AN-

iEi. nearly as interesting-and nearly as this: matter very carefully :As It I Mr. Chas. Cotton candidate for coun-: 27.Myrtle Grove, Friday nfght, April I, for the office of County Treas. cash upon the call of the Direc DREWS. MILLVILLE

.11;;; useful-In the daily "coming togetherin stands now so far as we have been I ty treasurer returned on Friday night urer, subject to the action of the Democratic tors. And all points on st. Andrews Biy,
able to ascertain, the few papers in of Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time, May II .Primary. IV. Carrabe'le' and ApaUwhicola.
one place" of the people who have from the east side the river after 5th. ,
that section that are not owned or I spending several days among his num- THOS. F. WRIGHTON. The said corporation shall existf SCHEDULE
and wishes and
quests. The Millview, Thursday night, May 3. FeLsacoia Suuda
controlled directly or Indirectly by. erous friends. iit. : want ad. pages. of a newspaper constitute the Flagler interests are favorable to McDavid, Friday night, May 4.Nix's m for Mobile, AlL
Rev. R. C. Gavin has announced For County Tax Assessor.I of the granting of letters patent to
F the "coming-together" places the matter, while the others are fighV himself a candidate for the office of I Precinct, Tuesday night, :May it. Leave; Penaacolt Tuesday, 8:30: p.

E: for people who 4.0'find it profitable to i I.g it-DeFuniak Breeze. county treasurer of Holmes county. '!!I 8th.Beulah will be a candidate for re-nomina V. I UIfor SL Carrabella Andrews and Millvhle, APIlac'flicola -
Thursday night, May 10. intwinediaupoints.
vT: "take a portion out of the common Quite a number of DeFuniakers i: Pensacoa! (Seville tion to the office of County Tax Assessor The business of said corporationshall .

4c Etock" in exchange for something donated Same Old Proposition. including :Mr. Brown of the Brown; night, May 11. Square) Friday. in the Democratic Primary of May be com'ucted by a board to be For additional laforma.'lon: apply t
I house here t 15. I ask composed of not less than three ((3)
Gov. spent Saturday fishing but respectfully your support. J. R. SAUNDERS
thereto. Broward's open letter to the j i Pine Barren, Saturday night, May
1'u'1tF people on the drainage shows I we have not learned with what suci -112. W. W. RIOH. DS. nor more than seven ((7) directors as E. It. COBB Pmident.
These Want Ad. pages are the near. question I provided by the by-laws; a President, Frt and Pass.
the matter up in true light. Reduced i cess.Dr. I Gen. Aft
est approach have to G. P. ::\ a Vice-President, and a Secretary-
t4V we a Congressof down few Morris of DelPuniak was I Pensacola. Fla.
a it
to : simplthis: j : For the Legislature. For County Commissioner Dist No. 2. Treasurer. The directors shall be
: of Content-Hunters conference of the corporations wanted to "goh'ble"I here on Thursday on professional bus-,
elected at the meeting of
people who have too much of this and up the Everglades and drain them as I iness. .I am a candidate for 'Justice of the annually
their own but Broward refused this j Mr. M. Masters of this com- I am a candidate for' representative : Peace in the Democratic primary to the stock-holders to be held on the f to the granting letters as af -n 11! if

too little of that-a market-place and insteal pany with Hon. W. T. Bludworth of, in the lower house of the stato I'be held May 15th, 1906, Dstrict Nq. third Wednesday in January of each otherwise the same will 'h, s JU'fas
that the
irt where Give and Take Is the slogan, should drain.proposed them! for the people.state The I i: Westville made a business trip-to Bog-" legislature: subject ,to the action of 2. Escambia County, Florida. Any :year and the officers shall .be electedby prayed. Witness mnu: : :I i-

: and where things are' equalized and corporations kicked and i gy Bayou this week. the Democratic primary of May 13: assistance will apreciated from the Board of Directors at a meeting County Judge of the Cou:. .uo-t' -.H 1 1.
began fighting I
th balanced the The district conference of the colored and I will appreciate- support of the Democratic voters. to b'e held on the same day. this 27th day of March, ll'u.;. ihn: '.
i and adjusted in the "Clearing proposition. In other words,I all democrats. Until the first election John H. Pace
M. E. church convened at" Andrew GEO. J. SLOCUMB.I Bellinger, County Judge.
House for Small Things." It's the same old proposition-the corporations -1 J. E. LONG.I shall be Prestotent, R. F. Mitchell
The person who misses the fullest! [ vs. the people. Broward chapel on Thursday and West Florida Vice President and D. R. Saunders 27maroaw6w.
I service this Clearing House can render told the people in his campaign I was well presented by ministers, I am a candidate for member the hereby announce my candidacy for Secretary-Treasurer; and John H.

Is missing one of the most Interest speeches that_ he would not give these I delegates and others. lower house in" the state legislaturefrom re-election to the office of county commissioner Pace, J). R. Saunders R. F. 'Mitchell,{ NOTICE.
t Many farmers from District 2 Notice is hereby given to cred.tor
from No.
Ing phases of modern life-missing lands to' the railroads, but would the surrounding Escambia ,county in the Democratic subjectto J. G. Pace and J. H. Smithwick shall ,
country in the action of the ( legatees, distributees, and all o' '
many a small profit, many a satisfy drain them and save them for the were town on Saturdayand ,primary',pff May 15, and will appreciate iDemocratic pri constitute the Board of Directors.VI. .
it1 ing trade, many a tryst with oppor- state, and he is now attempting to do all report that the recent ideal the support Of all Democrats.! mary. persons having claims or demaf ,
spring weather has W. J. : against the estate of Wm. J. Hahn d'>
what he enabled them to SENNOTT.
-g-r tunity. told the people he would- 'CHAS. M. COSTON. The highest amount of indebtedness
make splendid ceased, to present the same wi'hir'
k4; Manatee Record. their -' to which the corporation can at '
work. I hereby announce my candidacy two (2)) years, to the unders gned. -'
r time subject itself shall be One
; The total immigration to the Unit. I hereby announce myself as a any
Mr. Jno. C. Hood of for county commissioner Cottage Hill, Florida, who has tar
Cerro Gordo from District
i cd States from all ,countries during Sh Withdraw I candidate for the lower house of the Hundred Thousand ($100
Resignation. was tranacting business here on* Sat. No.2, subject to the action of out letters testamentary upon the i--
March 1906, according to the Immigration Florida legislature, subject to the action
While it seems that Dr. Porter is urday. the primary of May 15th. VII. tate of the said deceased. Samamn
Bureau of the Democratic primary on
was 133,245, an Increase -
f of 70 per cent over March, simply goin!.{ to remain at the headof So-called "cider" is being dealt out May 15th. GEO. :T. MORGAN.I JOHN A. MERRITT.For The names and residences and F. Hahn. Executrix. 6maroaw *
ij 1905. For the six months ending the health work in this state yet by certain business! houses in town, amounts subscribed for *>y each sub-

ii: March 31, 1906, the total immigration he would gratify his many friends in I and judging frolIthe behay-lorof someof am a candidate-for member of the County' Commissioner Dist No. 3. scriber are as follows: SHERIFF'S SALE.

4-: $ was 463,316. all sections of Florida if he would pos our young men who, it is said, had House of Representatives from E9' I John H Pace, Pensacola, Fla., 10 By virtue of an execution issu-
itively inbibed freely of the same the announce my candidacy out of the circuit court of EsC:1IJ..1:
,- announce the withdrawal of "cider"is cambia county, Subject to the Democratic for county commissioner Shares $1,000.00.J. '
his resignation as state health not as free from alcohol as It is wep- Primary. I earnestly solicit from District R. Saiidrs, Pensacola, Fla., 10 County, Floria'a. wherein D. vMcMillan
omcer'l No.3, subject to the acton: of
The National resented be. the : is plaintiff and Hcnuai! !
Summer time is with us and th to the support of the voters of the coun- Shares $1,000.00.R. .
Democratic primary cf .
May 15. Heinberg is defendant, I hare l lf\;"
Quarantine Bill. more or less dangers always threaten- ty. JERRY 'J. SULLIVAN, JR. F. Mitchell, Pensacola, Fla., 10
:A. C. BLOUNT, JR.I upon and will sell at public OUel-
that Shares
ing during season and Florida $1,000.00.U.
; The congressional .controversy over would feel much better about it if he WILL BE fiRSTCLASS To the Democratic Voters of Escam- G. Pace, Pensacola, Fla., 10 to the highest bidder for cash '
hereby announce my candidacy for front of the county court hou-e n is-
the national .
quarantine bill is getting would declare himself fullyTampaHerald. bia Shares $1.000.00.J.
County: re-election to the office of county commissioner in the city of Pensacola, Fla., on :.
-4 somewhat monotonous, especially in :Although it would be highly OFFICESTATED At the request of many friends H. Sm!th wick, Pensacola, Fla,
I from District No. 3, Subject 7th day of :May, A. D. 1906, (i ir-:-
view of satisfactory for Dr. Porter to announce from the and from the city, I 10 Shares, $1,000&0.Total
l the fact that. the season Is country to the action of the Democratic Primary the legal hours of sale. the follodescribed' '-
the Shares 50, $5,000.00.IN .
-I nearly at hand when it should be of his resignation,I! hereby announce my candidacy ior of May 15. real estate tot: I tht- < '
there Is no for fe WITNESSBTH WHEREOF:
cause Dr.
.r Porterat Representative in the legislature at '
;r- operative, if the south is to" reap the the first intimation that a place! THAT PENS1ACOLATS\ POST the sesson 1907, subject to the action J. M. ANDREWS.I The before mentioned! subscribers forty twenty-one(40)) feet and of lots twenty-two nineteen, ,il"r rty tv.<

rt' benefits which it is conceded will fol- the have hereunto signeol/ their names. .-
or state was threatened with disease I OFFICE of the Democratic primary, May 15th
I RECEIPTS ARE AHEADOF hereby announce my candidacy JOHN H. PACE 2i & 22) of block thirtyIiI>
: : Jow its passa'ge. would be the first one in the field I 1906, and I earnestly solicit the /support for ,County Commissioner from District J. R. SAUNDERS, of the East King Tract of top f '

There seems to be an impression in to render aid: and take up the bat-I RATIO.' of the Democracy of Escambia. No.: 3. subject to the action of R F. MITCHELL of Pensacola, Escambia coup

'i some sections that the measure, as tie against the scourge, no matter: county.I the Democratic Primary of May 15. J. G. PACE Florida, said property fronting t to,
amended what it be. He is too patriotic and favor liberal pensions for Confederate -. W. A. SHELBY. (40)) feet, south on GonzalezT*"'
will result in a conflict of i J. H. S IITHWICK.I ,
41rN i holds too much love for Florida to dootherwise. It was ascertained yesterday that soldiers and their widows. I by a depth of one hundred and t A
authority state and federal i .-Miami Metropolis. 110t".ithstandiD'g' only four- months of Uniform school terms, giving the For County_ Commissioner Dist. No. 4. I ty ((120) feet on Davis street

officials:: and, while sentiment is almost X .* .* .* t the rear have passed that the Pen. country public schools the same State of Florida, J. C. VAN PELT

:, 4 unanimous that federal controlof Boquet for Broward. sacola postoffice.has done enough business length term as the city schools.A Ihereby announce myself a candi- I Escambia .County. Sberff:
un'form school book law and date for re-election as county Before the subscriber, a notarypublic .
quarantine is a necessity .asser to insure this' being a first-class commissioner I 2aploaw4t.In
The attack on Governor Brovtard office. This will ''be- welcome news to free books for the pupils of all public' from District No.4, subject I in and for said State and
ctf lions arc freely made that the passageof has acted a's County, personally appeared John H
to the
a action
boomerang and that I the citizens and the postoffice schools.An of the Democratic I CIrcuit C"
Escambia County
the bill will eventually result lu gentleman Is standing head and plo :ees in particular. em- efficient law for the equalizationof Primary of May 15. Pace, J. Saunders, R. F. Mitchell.J. .: State of Florida. InChancer>. Hu:'.

trouble. The New Orleans Picayune shoulders above his accusers. The taxes. J. A. WIGGINS. I G. Pace and J. H. Smithwick, M. Coston vs. American HJ.'.

is .one of the taking this right will always conquer and the governor Good roads specially. known to me to be the individuals .
papers position i Company, a corporation. On :Mwi;< '
PAPER.To I described foregoing -
will come out of the with hereby announce'myself
;b4.t; ; relative to which it has the following clean hands and with the plaudits fight of Yours respectfully M. JACOBY.For didate for county commissioner as a from can I by said names, and acknowl--I i the 7th day of May, A. D, 1Mb' '..

ii;! ; to say: the masses. Bartow Record. Produce Good Effect They Should District No. 4, subject to the action of, edged that they executed the foregoing defendant, American Blower! '

The Quarantine and Health Law .* SCot Harmonize In Color Tone*. the !Democratic Primary May 15. !I. instrument for the uses and pany, a corporation. is requiredpear .
f which the southern people are so It is the easiest thing in the world to Tax Collector. I H. C. CLOPTON.The purposes therein set forth.Giv.en to the bill suit against it ue-f
Into Hot Water. I uncter: hand and seal official This order to be published onrp ""i:
loudly praying congress to enact, will get the wrong tint in one's curtains
; in all probability soon become author- The Citizen-Reporter of Lake Cft.1 and. sometimes it is the hardest thing I hereby announce myself a candi- friends of W. P. Brownson this 14th day of April' A. D., week for four ((4) consecutive *'
in Journal new-;
The Pensacola ,
itative. got itself into hot water with many date for re-election to the office of hereby announce him as a candidatefor 1906. a
f i : Unfortunately, so far from bringing the other 'newspapers of the state Ofl in the world to get.just the .!right one. Tax Collector for Escambia county, the office of County Commfesicn- J. WALKER\ per published in said Escambia "'

the relief expected from it, only trouble : making some severe strictures upon'\ Before buying curtainsthe wall paper at the primary to be held on May IB, er from District No. 4, subject to the Notary Public. ty. A. M. MoM.llan: Clerk ( ;
such should be carefully studied. With I of My commission. expires Feb. 24 1909.I Court. By L. G. Aymard, D. C. J
as always comes from divided Justices Parkhill and Whitfield in con- paper 1906. solicit your ote.. action ths Democratic Primary of I

1 counsejs and conflicting interests, nectlon with their action in the trial j that has a white background it is Respectfully, May 15th 1906. sacola, Fla., April 2nd, 1906.

4-k 3 is sur to result. of the constitutionality of the Buck-!1 always safe to use white curtains, but J. S. ROBERTS. NOTICE. I 3apr4t.

-'tI The federal health officials will have man law: We don't go as far as some1!j if the background is in 'colored tones' For County Commissioner, Dist. No 5. The annual meeting of the stock

full control of all maritime and frontier of the papers, which it seems to us,i the greatest care should be, used in At the solicitation of friends, I here- holders of the Pensacola & Perdido I GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.

quarantine with their officers always hold the ermin of the judge a little! by announce myself a candidate for I hereby announce my candidacy for Railroad Company will be held at the Notice! is hereby given that i I. \I T 8
selecting material of l
on hand to inspect internal too sacred. We should cherish a j a ? that will the office of Tax Collector subject to re-election to the office of county commissioner office of the company in Pensacola, 'Minor Holifield, guardian \\01" .

health affairs and to pronounce on all proper respect for our courts of just- harmonize, and In buying curtains for the action of the Democratic Primary from District! No. 5. subjectto Ila., at 10 o'clock a, m. Wednesday, V. Holifield, Francis H. HohfifM M I:'

disputed cases of sickness. The confusion tice,,,but ,they should. not:-beheld entirely n room that is already papered a sample May 15. 1906.NEILS the action of the Democratic Primary May 2nd 1906, for election of a boardof nie H. HoliSeld! Minor D. Hoih! '.

; -: caused by the conflicting reports above criticism. In this part'c-: of the paper should be taken: along McKENZIE OERTING.For of May 15. directors and transaction of other Dudley Holifleld and Glad, Hoi/ fit-: ..

1t In the very recent pastvrti{'n ular instance however, there seems to!i to avoid making a serious mistake. Of I J. R. STEWARD. business. As ratification of the acts I minors, will apply to the Honor.1!

the Marine Hospital surgeons had no have been no ground for the harsh course, if paper and, curtains are of the Board of Directors, providing I Henry Bellinger, County Judge' ot h<'

1 legal authority except to co-operate criticism Of the two judges referred I.,I bought at the same .time it. is a comparatively County-Commissioner- --- Dist. No. 1.. -Board Public Instruction. for an additional issue of bonds, is one cambia County, Florida, ahis: offi< ,

'.l with the state board, will be greatly to.-:Bartow Courier-Informant. easy matter to'have. satisfactory The. friends of C. F. Zeek announce of the propositions to be voted on, it on the 25 day of March, 191J1, at (t. :'

aggravated because they will then -a combination of color him as a candidate for county commissioner I will be a candidate for member is particularly desirable that the en-I o'clock a. m., or as soon thereat'..,

have more or less warrant in law. Wing Hop Safe. Sometimes, no matter how much: care from District No. 1, subjectto ship in the Board of Public. Instruction tire share capital be represented, as I can be heard, for authority to -, .

0 As to the state board of health: In a letter to his brother whichi may have been taken, the result will be the action of the Democratic primary ,from District No. I, in the primary either in person or by proxy. The I all the right, title and interest of => '

-nh'.ch'! is established in the state con- reached here yesterday Wing Hop startlingly wrong. In'this. case' much of May. 15. election. transfer books will be closed April minors in and to the follow 114 dt'i

;3Q-4f jtitutlon. It will b? greatly circum the popular Pensacola Chinese merichant ;i may be done with overhangings: not of --For--Justice-Peace-;District-No2.I .- WM. E. ANDERSON. 4th. and remain closed until May 7th. cribed real estate, situate. l lying .>!I(1(

: Lw: jcribed in its offices if it is to relin I states, that he is safe and welij!! heavy stuff, of light texture and of a HENRY .MCLAUGHLIN, being in the city of PensaioU! E-'

.juish the care of the ports. He was in Oakland at the time of theSan ; color that will tone in well Vith both hereby announce myself as, a I will be candidate for membership PresidentIn : cambla County, Florida, to-wi'' 1-
B-- The direction from which the great.I Francisco earthquake. candidate for the office of Justice of ,in the Board of Public instruction one hundred and eight-Uo I lib'n:: :

est benefits are expected is in the authority -! with his letter, which is written Along In:I: do of the conflicting shades. And that. will the Peace District No. 2 subject 'to from District No. 2, In the primary !. County Judge's Court, Escambia block twenty-sevn ((27)) in tiu' ) I

given ,to the federal officials' his native language, he sent "a copOf'I:1 much toward harmonizing' the whole the action of the Democratic primary election. County, Florida. By the County Judge ,City tract, said lot fronting nine '

lZjjr1 to send forward all through trains I an extra edition of the Oakland Courier -appearance of the r om.: If the windows May 15th, and would respect- H. G. DeSILVA. of said County. Whereas, John ((90) feet on the north side of Wt

carrying mails, passengers and which gl' e a full graphic description I hate inside shutters they, too, fully ask the support of the honorable Pfeiffer has applied to this Court for Intendencia street by one hundr'i an :

freight Some relief from vexations! of the terrible catrastrophe which must be consitjered in the color: scheme. vote of the good citizens of Pen I will be a candidate for member Letters of Administration cum testa- eighty (180)) feet, more or lest, i

t- stoppages and inspections at way gta befell the Pacific coast. I If the shutters are ot natural wood the sacola and Escambla county. ship in the Board of Public Instruction mento annexo on the estate of John depth, according to map of said r:' .

tions will be secured, and that is the: .: material of the curtains,should be less Very respectfully, from .District No.3. In the primary Dunn, late of said County of 1iJscam published by Thos C. Watson in 1SX'

Ifl_ section of the bill over which con k WHEN YOU- WANT A SHIRT G1 transparent than if used- with, white J. L. BELL.I election., bia. These are, therefore, to cite and to ements and b*.r" -

i4W gresS is wrangling. x It may prove TO ,WATSONr PARKER & REESE.AS .1 shutters. qUit Important that W. M. AGERTON.GET'A admonish all and singular the kindred i dl rtenances the!

t.zh gome recompense for the confusionand THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT I the shutters and the curtains.blend as hereby announce my candidacyfor and creditors of said deceased, to be ur anywise app*'r-

and conflict that the bill generally will lyiONEY CAN BUY FOR SOc, 75c: AND I it is for the wall paper;andthe curtains the'otnce of Justice of ,the Peace PANAMA, $5J10$7.50 AND and appear before this Court, on or be- ta

.F 1: create, should it become a law ,1.O
County, subject to the Democratic: COMPANY.. and file. objections. if any they have 24 G1lir la4


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To Remove Freckles $ .''''-- #- --. f .
Pimples :;..; '
to ,It to reduce! Its passenger rates

PEOPLEAND InTenDa7st, $ ':N a i-lo1a DENOUNCREYIBRYAN N f f '"The- Best is\ What We Sen I I lines from! 4c in to Florida.3c pr'The mile' day on all before its WOMEN ;, NOT TRUTHFUL

A new aiscorery sold this order was to go into effect, an

under a pcsitiye puramee -- Queen Olives.Do Injunction was obtained against the
% and money refunded .- Ccmm GskI .
in ,
every ease
where it falls I Phosphate rates were reduced on
to remove
freckles, son-tan pimples sallow llvertpots AS.A ceedinguy you .know small,the crop. ig' ex- th
EVEVTSBy ness, collar Jiscolora- not 'obeyed. Class rates were made
know that Modest Women Evade Asked
S. tlous blackheads and all Do you prices are forpie West Shore R. R. iwhich is Questions By
eruptions of the skin,no I advancing: I S
:t J matter ot. now long operated by the S. A. L. Ry.) and Physicians.
:t.,':; -. standing. Cores ordinary ,I Do you know thenew crop were not obeyed. In: both the above
E. NELLIE BECK "ffi cases in 10 days,and the GRAFTER is a year hence? '
'. worst In 20 days. After cases. the Commission brought man
these defects are ,remored the skin will be WE OFFER FANCY SOUND damus proceedings! in the Supreme
clear, soft healthy
and beautifuL No possible
NEAR EASTER.In harm can result from its use. M cents and 11.00 OLIVES Court, writs of mandamus were issued

convention, they ,assembled, and a'leading drag stores or by.mall. (Continued from First Pa'ge) (not, culls) hy that court commanding obe-
COMPANY Paris. Tenn. dienc to the Commis on's oru'ers,
rhe demonstrators showed '
At the old pricesto give our
HoW they made the millinery of then amount named to cover expenses. trade the benefit. whereupon the roads appealed to
Write me at once, as others the U. Snpreme Court and the
ry latest mode. are Fancy .Queen bottles ., ,SOc
wanting the help you are ask ng for. I Fancy Queen. bottles.. .. 75c cases were argued last week, March

were hats of all descriptions' Send amount of expenses named aboveto I 2nd. ,
There Large Queen, bottles.. .50c
oo ,
shapeS and sies: for the Bay ExcursiQnBy me and the work wll: be done Bauquet Queen, bottles..,50c placing]The class'fication'Stoves: Hollow was Ware changed, Agricultural by- uJtv
spring, Extra Fancy, bottles... ..30c
impliments, etc., in a lower Awr-J
chic and smart and .Awaiting! your early reply.,I am, -' /
swagger -
All! quite : Stuff .Queen: hbttles.r .....3OcPlan class. Flour in SACKS! was also,
an too sweet for any Yours truly. : bottles.. .. : .= : -
the Queen, ..25c i uEc
.. Knights of Columbus W. A. BRYAN. changed from higher to lower class,I :?' : -- -' -
thing. Small size stuffed or plain lOc the' -"- j
but after some months, three of
Thursday 26on N., B.:-If. you accept the offer indicated Olive Chow ,(new.).... ......vJOeROSENflU&GERELDS 'argest .roads; secured injunctions toirevent' f ;
'There 'ere hats with brims fix- April send your campaign literature I the further operation of I : ;
tended: there were hats with- steamer, Monarch for this county at once so It can i
bel -
leaving these rates.
out much brim; put in the hands of your friends _
Palafox 'wharf at 7 o'clockp. Clas3TMP" rates were reduced last : _
were picturesque and fluffy. once. B.
and some others neat and m.Wyer's. The Fancy Grocers sr.rine. aTllon' other things class- T" _
.Band will furnish carries lum-ber br'ck. fruit and vege-
trim. music Tallahassee, Fla., April, 19, 1906. Phone 391 Pensacola. able crate, .fruit berry and vege- _
were skew geed kind o' sideways Rev. W. _
They REFRESHMENTS A. Bryan, Chipley, Fla. able baskits etc The A C. L, S.
nt= T ,
Airs.J.HFarmei Mrs.Ella
they were turned it *
up :Dear Sr:4 toe'g' to acknowledge "
Proceeds to go to A. L., G. S. & F. and the L. & N. _
the rear, SAN FRANCISCO the receipt of your favor of Mar.h: dbta'ned injunctions aga'nst the
And there wasn't one among 'em thatyou'd SUFFERERS 31st. The
sequence of letters be-
Comm ssi n' in this matter. All of .
not have called a dear. FARE 50 tween us shows that immed'ately BOSSO'SIce these injunctions have been grantedby An eminent physician says that i Mrs.Ella Lee.FrankfordInd.writes: ;

CENTS upon the receipt' of one of my general the U. S. Dstrict Court for the "Women are not truthful; they will lie i. Dear Mrs. PinkhamI :- :;
They were trimmed with filmy chi circulars announcing my candidae- Northern District of Florida anS are to their physician This statement want to thank you for what your medicine 1
fon in a pompon or' festoon,. Cream Factorycan has done for me. '
for should be do
railroad commissioner tell the
you open fUn pending in one form or another qualified; women .*Three I had a serious female
They were edged with. cobweb laces, DANCE ed up the correspondence with me, but -our counsel are confident that truth, but not the whole truth, to a trouble. I years: was ago under the doctor's care for

they were banded with gal- suggesting in your first letter that for furnish you cream in the Commission's rates will ultimately male physician, but this is only in repard about three months, and the only time I was

loon. : a proper consideration: you would any quantity. Satisfaction besustained.. to those painful and troublesome not in pain was when under the influence of
PENSACOLA TEMPLE, No. 14, undertake disorders peculiar to their sex. morphine. The doctor finally said I never
(privately), through the
your guaranteed. In the mean time, however,
There were some with rosette under, would be better: ,and would be an invalid the
there were others plumed RATHBONE SISTERS, friends, the work cf present, my PHONE 1326 rates which have been 'de&ared i unjust It is terrible ordeal to & delicate, rest of my life. I had given up in despair but

above claims to the voters of Washington SAM BOSSO, and unreasonable. will have to sensitive, refined woman to be obligedto one evening I came across one of your advertisements -
will give a dance county. Prop. be paid by the people. Various answer certain questions when those and decided to write you for advice.I .
And you couldnt find a bonnet that The character of your letter was changes have been made in single questions are asked even by her family I. did so and commenced to take Lydia B.inkharn'S .
'was not a perfect love. ? Vegetable Compound. I began to
Tuesday. Night, April 2th, so remarkable that I hesitated to denounce classes and on commodities. Depots physician. This is especially case improve at once, and to-day I am a well .

And the colors! Glowing ruby, royal At C. K. of A. Hall. you as a common grafter untilI Tetley'sTeiiey's have been ordered repaired, en- with unmarried women.Is woman,,and I know it is all due to your advice -
purple, peacock blue, had more convincing evidence that barged or built agencies established it any wonder, then that women and medicine.

Green and yellow, brown and olive- BARRIOS ORCHESTRA. such was your true character; and I ; and connections made between continue to suffer aid: that doctors Mrs. J. H. Farmer, of 2809 Elliott

every shad of every hue. therefor acknowledged'! the rece pt cf Tea roads. I annot go into all the; details fail to cure female diseases when they Avenue, St. Louis. Mo:,writes;

Admission 25cMrs. .j your letter and asked the names of I of the work of the Commission cannot get the proper, information to Dear:Mrs.Pinkham-

To say nothIng' of the white ones and your workers and the amount you for the past three and a half years,. work; on? "I cannot thank yon enough for what yonyadvice

the 'blacks and' tans andcrea would consider "worth while." Tea is too but the above are the most important This is the reason why thousands and and medicines have done for me.
., Bennett accompanied her sster! This little bait you swallowed as a I pledga' myself again to the thousands of They have done me more good than all the
; women are now corre-
doctors I
And the varied combinations. Well as far as Cottage Hill where she hungry p".1ie would a m'nnow; 'and in :', fine to be spoiled in po'icy which I ;'announced four years sponding with Mrs. Pinkham. To her "For the ever last had.; eight years I have suffered

you never saw such dreams! stopped to visit Mrs. Haviland whose your last letter you, in effect, come ago. they can and do give every symptom, with female troubles;was very weak; had
husband is ill bodly: out as one of that most despia- the making I trust my ,course has met with. so that she really knows more about nervous prostration, and could not do my

Ob, the velvets and the satins and + I able class'of men who now Infest our your Commendation. If so. I earnestly the true condition of her patients, work;but I am happytosayLydiaE. Pinkham's -

the feathers and the fuss Mrs. George P. Wentworth enter.I Florida politics-that is, so-called respectable Follow the directions : solicit your active support in behalf through her correspondence them, different Vegetable woman of Compound me. I am has in made perfect a

''When the milliners assembled the tan! at cards this afternoon.Mrs. citizens who pace: their fancied of my re-election, promising on than the physician who personally health and have gained in weight from 98
new fashions to discuss. olio I :'nfluence in a campaign on the my part to faithfully and impartially questions them. ta 122 pounds."

EL B. Ceruti and son returned the most cash. That such discharge the duties devolving upon If suffer from form of trouble No other medicine in the world has

There was only ons thing lacking In Sunday: from Nassau B. L, accompanied is the true meaning of your letter can .. me. peculiar you to women any, write at once to received such widespread and unqualified -
the whole assortment; that by Miss Maud French of Nab- ready: ,be seen. In the first place Wash'ngton county in the ; Yours R. HUDSON BURR., Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn Mass., and she endorsement.Mrs. .
Pinkham invites
Was the tasteful and becoming-and sau. you are careful to' request that tht; the state leIh1ature'l will advise you free of charge. all sick womento
yet inexpensive-hat. $100 asked for 'toe sent d.rect: to that county and i Leaves To-day. write her for advice. She has
Mr.P. J. Albino you much. for which to be thankful. i The fact that this great boon, whichis guided thousands to health. Address,
-chicago Daily News. formerly postmaster instead of to any one of the wonderful Comm'ss'-oner: Burr leaves thiy/ afternoon -
: at Pinewood has recently arrivedto workers represented to be Respectfully: I for other points in. West extended freely to women by Mrs. Lynn. Mass. She is the daughterinlaw -
--. your R., HTJtfSUN BURR. Pinkbam is _the thou- of Pinkham her
appreciated Lydia assistantfor
reside: in this city. -- ---- -- -
ifrs. Fyank Foster of Gulfport command in the twenty-two precinctsof Florida ,though .ne says his stay win
sands of letters received by her before her and
M'ss., is visiting her sister Miss .+ Washington county. Then ask be very brief at ,each of them. prove. many years decease
you continued! letters the following for since
Mr. Charles B., Gould'ng leaves "This correspondence, Many such grateful as twenty-fire year her aavice

Alice Howe. this morning. returning .to Sanford. "Write for haste me, because at once'AS,'as)you express It, Mr. .Burr, "Illustrates: as well as any Rplininue.. ,Revival._ __ I are constantly pouring m. has been freely given to sick women.
ilr. and Mrs. Chipley R. Setze and 6 WANTING THE HELP YOU ARE thing could how the grafter attempt The subject----.r--of Rev. Butlers sermon isk Mrs. PInkhan's AdYlcc-A Woman Best Understands a Wc :m's Ills. 1

children of Atlanta are in the city The New, CHy Ladies meet this ASKING, FOR." to do his work hlt has reached that at \iPalafox Street Methodist church
R. afternoon with Mrs. Frank Marston. point In$$business: and ..polit'cswhere .".
nests of their mother rils. C. I have no sympathy with the style last night -was"Prayer. The preacher
Whiting and family. of politics which that ,,the grafters are debauching the spoke eloquently on this subject
+ Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon assumes men manhood,.of. our state ,and unless substantiating .his thoughts with ca
Dr. and Mrs. Frank G. Renshaw Lemon and Vanilla. the Extracts of are corrupt and can be bought to do ometh 1lg.. is done to stop :t there Is pious Scripture references.At .
political work
'who recently purchased the residence known purity.. and I certainly at will so not much toe a a party head\to; no telling _what will be the end of it." tha close of the sermon, although .t1S5IQAND25STORE.

of the late Mr. William Johnson The Circular Letter. permission to reUre was
such a prost tut on of the ballot either .
,,corner Palafox and Gonzalez, are ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW in Washington county or other The circulaY Tetter which Commis- given to all ,a Dumber stayed to the ; ;
remodeling and improving the house SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. any .
county in Florida, and, even sOoner Burr mailed to Rev. W. A. after meeting.A
and expect to mon into it next: SON, PARKER -& REESE. THE should result in my defeat,thoughit I feel Bryan and, wh'ch'' brought out the tetter's deep interest Is being manifested
next month. CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. in the revival by the congregat'on
r.ihe "expense" money,
that I
reQueSts :
: am 'doing
good service the
,, i |to .
to the services
invite'all attend
which he is they
state to unmask even one Buch'merce- is the_samecjfiailar; jetter_
The Married Ladies Euchre'meets GET PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND individual. mailing to every voter whose name .. -, .
\ this afternoon with Mrs. Bernard M. $10.00 STANDARD CLOTHING nary This letteris iProf. Tates Is exipted to be here
address he possesses.
I will certainly not send and 10th ANMVEJSARY SALE SPECIALS
goloman on North Baylen. COMPANY.LERICIIARDSON. you any to-night to take charge of the sing-
money; and I feel that Iam doing as follows:, '

}Ir. Charles Ferrell Gonzalez" has no. more than my duty to TallahasseeMFla.r! March 6. 1906.' Ing. .. TUESDAY 9 A. M.Kress' .
Sir ,
resisted the agency of' the L. & N. the people ,of your county ,and the My Dear : FOR BENEFIT OF THE
B.. R. at Bohemia, on account of Ul state to show you up in your true | will be,a candidate for re-election SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERSThe Banner Special,
health. colors as a man who willing to seil Railroad: Comm'ssioner: ? in.the Democratic -- JAPANESE CHINA

+ Special'- The_Journal.. his political convict'ons: for cash. :I Primary be held May 15th. proceeds of the Knights of ,

Mrs. Thorns and1! little daughter of Roberts,' April 23.-L'zzie, the eldest feel that I violate n6 confidence: in Out -Ftvp.candidates.offer'ng for Columlbus excursion on the steamer 25 Cents,

Houston, Texas, left Monday noon daughter of_Capt._Joe_ Lee and A. giving this correspondence to the pub- JRailroadijCpmmlssioner. the, sprin Monarch Thursday evening will be Imported for this Sale. Vales up to $2.00.
for home, after a visit of two weeks Richardson.o, ( B'g Bayou; were united lic, because the public are vitahy in: of 1902, I--vas the only one that Is- turned over to the fund for the reliefof '

with 'her sister' Mrs. H. J. Bennett. in marriage at the, home of the terested in knowing who the .men are sued a PUATUORM announcing the the sufferers from the recent: 11A.M. :
in each community who are capable or policy for which I stood, and would In California. The vessel "
bride's parents, Avansdale, on April earthquake BOOKS-UNCLE HANK, "AROUND THE CAPITAL,
work for if elected. The result of the
The thus prostituting: their manhood, and will leave Palafox wharf at 7:30p. :
18. ceremony, was performedupon
the spacious gallery of the beautiful it I is the duty of every honest man to Democrat'c Primary of July 15th., m., returning at midnight. 10 Cents Each,
1902. was mv election by an overwhelming -
Lee home. The attendants 'were assist in unmasking the grafter; 'and Humorous and Instructive, Worth $1.00.
This I took, not
if a knowledge of major'ty. INCREASE FOR i
Miss Ruby and" MisSMary Lee, Mr. your rear character OPPOSES
prevents as a tribute to myself, but as evidence FEDERAL JUDGES 3P. M.
your again I
Randle and Jodie Lee. O. E. Jennings representingA
iii'iPride that the people of Florida approved
was best man., The, br'de was -- my platform, and meaning what 1 BY' Associated Press EXETER CAKE PLATES,

gowned in, white, ;with wreath of then ,said, and ,knowing that the people
PESTIFEROUS GERM. Washington.. April 23.-The Senate 10 Cents Each
orange blossoms and carried a bouquet .
I have striven
endorsed my course, -
Committee Judiciary to-day reported -
of while After the on Head Center luster embossing and
roses;, cere- green green
this to out
Burrows Up the Scalp Into from that day to carry adversely the bill to increase:
mony delicious, refreshments were border lace festoon extra special and worth
and Saps the Hair's Vitality. my the comipensat'on j. circuit and district -
served. The bride and left this
morning for their future groom home on Big People who complain of falling 1902, I pledged myself to use :"court" judges. of the United 40 Cents Each.

,. hair as a rule do not know that it is every honest effort in my power to States:
Bayou. the result of dandruff, which is bring about reduction in FtfE. 4P.M.

Iowa's caused by a pestiferous parasite bur and PASSENGER rates over the "NEAR CUT"
Counterfeiting the Genuine. 'I GREAT TRUNK LL\E3 AND SYSTEMS '
rowing up th3 sca'p as, it digs down A BUSY -
Foley &, bO.}._Ci1cag; 'originated: to the sheath in which the? hair 'is fed I operating in our state, stat'ng Do. the Work' of 3 or 4 tf Well ROSE BOWLS AND WATER

Honey and Tar as a .throat} and lung in the scalp. Before long the hair at the same time that we must recofe Fed. BOTTLES

remedy, and on-account- of- the great loot !fs shriveled up and the har! nize that some of the smaller rail- lAn energetic young woman living ,

merit and popularity' Foley's Honey drops out. It the work of the germis roads were.not' able to stand such re-just/outside of N._ Y. writes: I 25 Cents Each.

and Tar many Injitat'ons are offeredfor not destroyed hair keeps thinning ductions. I also promised, so far as I "I am at present doing all the This sale only valuesSl.25.

the genuine.: ',These worthless I till, baldness comes. The only way lay in my power, to prevent any violation housework- of a dairy farm caring

'.initiations have a'milar sounding to cure dandruff is to kill the germ, of the law or the granting of for 2 children, a vegetable and flower

names.. Beware :of r .them. The genuIne and until now there has been no hair: epec'al: privileges, and 'preferentialfre'ght 5arden,. 'a large number of fowls, besides ci WATCH KRESS' WINDOW5"cJLaObI

Foley"p Honey and Tar is In a yellow 13-eiparation that would do It; bu rates ind'viduala or localities I managing an extensive exchange -
package. Ask for it and refuse to-day dandruff; ".s easily erad'cated at the expense of others. The business through the malls

any substitute.! ,It is the best remedyfor .by N w1>ro's Herpicide, which make fight whch! I made in Florida for and pursuing ,my regular avocationas

coughs and; colds.\! W. A. D'Alem-hair glossy and soft as For hale lower PASSENGER, FARES is so well winter for- several newspapers : .

berte, dnfggist and apothecary. by W. A. IXAlembeTte, druggist and known, that it Is needless for me to and magazine (designing fancy work A good 8 day Parlor Clock. f' . . . . .. .. .. ..oo .$5.00
Hams and apothecary, 121 South: Pa'afox street dwell 'upon it in th's letter. Passenger for the-latterf) ''and all the energy and A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00

HOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERY or send lOc in stamps'for sam-pIe! rates have been reduced on all 'ability to do this lowe, to Grape- 8-day Mission ClocKS, $2.75 to... . .. .oo 'OO .oo .,. '" .. .$5.00

LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE] to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, 'Mich.I :the trunk 1'ne roads in the state, except Nuts .food. Rona'rlng at reasonable: prices.J. .
"I was -not arways so, and a year
the L. & N.
on one F. DAVIS, JEWELER af Coe's Pooh Store.
when the shock of nursing
On day of 1902 aro my
the1st October .
A -
BreakfastBacon FOUND & :- "r 'ha day I took the oath of office to baby's :death utterly prostrataa';! me .

REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE,AT '. !31 lt{ out the unexpired term of Mr and deranged my stomach and ......6IN4.4...6464e....i.4 .4.4 .4.4.....4....++:
PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU :; nerves so that f could not assimi'ateas i.
I in atvhch
Day partic'ioatcii'
: a hearing
TO BUY.' CanDepend .much .as ,a mouthful of solid
: : '- tha Atlantic Coact Line and
: I I V atoard A'r Lias:: railroads were food,. .and was in even worse cond.. i The Furniture Store I
ATTENTION! I. 0. 0. F. '-'r-oned to 'show cause why the t on/'mentaiiy, he would have been a

All memberg .of Pensacola LodgeNo. !rrU! and vegetable fates from points rash prophet'who .would have prod .

4, Joppa Lodge No. 6, Naomi 'ip".11: aVmg tht>'f lnes; sho!d not be re cted that it ever' would be so. !

Rebeka-h lJodgeNo.. 10, and :Excelsior I M'rert.Ttis matter was settled] by "Prior to this great grief I had : i That Helps You i
Encampment No.. '4, I. O. 0. F.,I flrtitration between the Railroadomirision ruffefed' for 'ye .rs with impaired dl i igestion.

We Are are notified that all future meetings I Our Ice Cream and; the railroadt, and ,. Insomnia agoniz ng cram'p&! +
will be held in the New Odd Fellow's, in tEe"st9ma'n: : pan' in the s1'e.: con-t
-" rel"eed rates w mae effec '
.and Belmont he re : Is the one that fits out your tome with furniture and :
.Hall Baylen bowel derangements
corner stination and other
; t've Novetriber 1st 1902. ,
-. lets you pay ,for it while you are using It, and in such '
streets. purity The result has been the sar'nt all theee were familiar to my small amounts to be hardly noticeable. Just think T
In : as
Sole Agents. L I Be'ffs uniform i hundreds of thousands of dol'arso dally l h. Medicines' gave me no
: quality,. until few I II ota *
and delicou-j n and of relief-nothing did, a
the producers shippers
Win. Johnson 6 SonTetleys' We can furnish cream this -tate: Onthe 4th day of December I f months ago, at a frend's suggestion! :i :
OrapeXuts: food and
: 1902. the Commi<;soD prepared I begarrto" ,
picnics, parties, tOl.'I' Bedroom Su it I
-- Teas served free in and sent to the A. C L., the S. bubsequent'y! gave up coffee entirelyand :: .
( tainments: weddings,: .
Postum Food Coffee at .
A.: L and the L & N. railroad comrardes adopted -

annex) by an expert. Either I the like, in any .qu n'Jty:1':> a i-edrced tariff ori the mercnsmlise all. my laealg.! I For SSO.QQ.I !
mould! class rates a' "Toray, I *w free from all the i .
hot i iced. Call at the Big In bulk or fancy \ or SIl they
enumerated. My digestion .
I each summoned to hearing. troubles I hava .
Sol Cahn & Co Store and try a cup. There is Let us have your. order., .. I'which; were! was set for Jvmary a 6th, 1903.tand \ is e4nrply perfect. I assiiallate1my -1.: for $15.00: Mattress for J20 ,Matting 25 i
the least dis
.... .. j t th matter was finally d'spoeed
flavor fragrance.. nd. trength ">" i lad free, and everything eke & j oportioa.Won't .
.' of by order of "the Commission; and tress, njoy'sweet. restful sleep, and; cents yard .
The Pure Food Storo, in Tetley's Tea 4 ,tie reduced late were made effective -hav* a' buoyant'felling of pleasure ia j jmy : .,'you .e onie. >in and buy today.

; : il! July 1st 1903, as applrng 4" Varieo' 4utifi3a! fact, I am anew I .. i

HOSIERY! HOSIERY HOSIERY I the A. C. L., and the S. A. L. The .womanent'eIY made over, and
Southwest Corner Pilalox and Intendencli '
LARGEST AND .MOST COMPLETELINE Kandy enca ,| L & N1.: was required to rearraaee I rpat. I ,owe'it "all to Grape-Nuts!' i MARSTON & QUltlA

OF MEN'S.HOSIERY TO BE !classification to conform to the andpostum. Coffee, Name given by :

Phones 178 FOUND AT W TSON. PARKER & i Florida, clas<.. Battle Creek, xtich I
| i084lQS.Falaox3t; Phone 148 Pensacola Frill
1480 Phone
S.Pala Read the little
reason. ,
REESE'S DEPARTMENT STOREAT OL 99J showing made by that road the Commission There's a .. .
[ not lower Its freight ,took; -"rirRoad to Wellvilte. In | *
-_-- I TO PRICES BUY.THAT WILL. ,-' .INDUCE' YOU rates; but wild later an order was issued fckgsv ,, .....................................................



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Put YoutMone1 FLOOROthers I I WATSON

C. Witoa & j). :

do; why not ,you? Buy rear! Ten :very desirable lots, 4

1 : estate while! it is low, and.sell whenit Block 92 of, the New City R. R. and Insurance Agency
goes up., It is bound'to go ..up'andyou ; 6 !
are sure to profit., Tract, intersection Jackson !car !

in Real Estate LIST OF PROPERTY, FOR, SALE. ,street and'16th avenue; overlooking '' ?10:4 :

$10,000-125 feet on Garden Et the' beautifullots :Two
wooden buildings bringing bay, looking ; | in all parts of the .

,. $600 per ):ear.. for residences. : ,6 :
w 900-1-room house, 303 East Ro 1
-i It is more profitable has Seven lots ,Block, 55, Bel- feajou.
anj: a greater degree of safety mana, rents $96.00 a year 8
than any other form of investment But don't 1200-Two full blocks, New City: mont Tract; lots in this Block ,terit.roo, \: for rent. ;
act as your own broker. Get the opinion of real es Value will double! in a year or '
tate experts as to the desirability.' of real estate. We two. t selling $700. El
ik have made it.a study for many years and know 2000-Store and dwell'ng- in the Ii house : rates of interest on
) ( where the good investments ateSee, our list of vacant West End business: district. :{ North Alcaniz ia?, s=!''. : ( property.

tE: lots in good localities, and of improved :property Rents $216 a year; $600 cash I' Street, good investment, Vim 12 Vt ;
)' : to be had at a bargain. balance 7 per cent. ,'' fifteen
2000-Two dwellings!!! 5" rooms, West' net 10 per cent. i e xi'c s leading Ameri

Wrl ht, rents $240 a year, "- I) .
; 1750-Half block, fronting wu h. For particulars apply to It I It e. '
New City, nar bayou, and one I l "f wi'i :
block from car. [ji with. ;2 ] your patronage.

Pensacola Investment Company 8000-Six houses; adjoining Y. M. C i Ifot'- given especial atten-
A. property, rents $370 a year; 1, !cDavid-Hyer Company :!|! vLisfe, list.
cent.j 'Fir,
gt A. H. OVUEJMBrRTE $3000 cash, balance 7 per i
City Manager. 2400-Eleant 6-room res'denc ,1 t Agents New YorK !o1' r"-ce

W. B. KNOWIES, President. R..B, SIMPSON, SecretarJ /. Block from Lee Square.: Life Insurance Company. i r :iL. : ;: ;
FOR RENT; ,. 3 E. Government Street. _So
zJ ,L SI1I1MAN, V-rPres. ant Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYl!. Trenanr.Kael 1 \
-i4 -- $12.50-5-room dw, mng, 401 Gullle-. Phone 700. Per.sacota/ FIi.r ; I I' :

;. I state, loans, General Investments marde. _0 '_ .v !
I 16.00-6-room dewell'ng: 409 Guille- :. : !I WATSON
215 South P lafox Street, Pensacola., Florida. mard. j, Wanted'WANTED i, ,
5 : .-- : -By first.class iron an1> ; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
iu- : :, !: LESLIE E. BROOKS ; brass molder, position as forem1n.'S'trictly' .. .'-
__ ,' .
r sober, knows his! business.
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Phone 462 Fisher Building Best of reference. Moder: care Joar-: g
I -
: THE i j nal. 22aprlw* '
of the .
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1 : ; : :I.= I/ ;o&l' "CS1

hLLP WANTED WA.\'TEI-By experienced white sawmill :
: man with: family, position as W.
NEW RAILROAD will be I I -"*"- -, _- fireman in healthy location. Address I1NE : System I

on WANTED' {Good cook at '52 West Gonzalez -jMillman I Care Journal. 22Aprrwi'I I| St. 24apr! I
No.. 865
-.j, WANTED Stenographic work of any the north and east
Spring between Romana and 'Garden'streets' W. '
'- we are nature. Will gve:
If this be true the WANTED-Good nurse. Apply' at 701 I same prompt at-
\ property on Spring street between Garden and I tention. Phone 285. ROOMS
(; Romana, and the property on Romana between Spring and Palafox North Palafox St. 24apr3t.I PEOPLE
; streets should greatly increase in value. Business houses have already WANTED-The public to know that
tarted west on Romana trom Palafox street and.whether. the WANTED'First-class !barber' for: col-' we can do all kinds of repairing keepng.: ; of and are thereby prepai-

ra'lroad comes in this section or not we' expect to see' this part of ored trade. Ring 1010-1 ring or.. float building, norse shoeing, etc. J. and sickness and death.
Romana street call on Sylvester Campbell Stone, War; G. Welsh Carriage Co. ply 314
a business street within a .very short time. High i;. 27febj Ii
rents on Palafox street is forcing business to the side streets. Pen- rington. 24apr!I COURT HOUSE DYEING.
; r sacola is too large.a city even now to have but one business'street.. !I j Iand Cleaning Club, 212 N. Pressing Company
We have 54& feet front on Romana street between.Srn: and Pal- WANTED house *ir} at once. Apply DeViHers ,
$r e afox' streets that we offer at $4000.00 less than $75 per 'foot front 229 N. Spring St.. ,24aprlw St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage -, W Home offices Tampa. Gives fam .
solicited Also :
; satisfaction a !
This property a 'small rent --'I I guaran-! or yearly payments at ages from
pays that will enable to"hold it without
you teed. Careful attention l
given [ family
: loss of WANTED-Agents wanted SanFrancisco laiies' ; :
.. interest. The title i is perfect ,nlbstraet will be' furnished on Phone
garments. 1222. car line;
gfebWANTED. ;
the purchaser. Compare the price of $1 .eO per foot front to the Horror ,Book, 600 pages,: I 401 E. Building

9::' price of $1000.00 per:' foot front, for properly on Palafox street just fulljV illustrated, $1.50. We 'give 60 I .-Ths Merchants Transfer : : ......... ... """ """, ,,,, ,,,,.A.... -_ JI
around the freight-gIve' creditpremiums.
corner from this, ani: we believe you will think as we do, per cent-pay Co. wants your moving and bauling. .. /
t c that, this property is cheap and a good purcJ"''ise at the price.. Outfit free Percival. Sup \ll breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tllor.1 I Chase.
ply Co., Philadelpha: Pa. 24apr6t I sen. Prop Phone 978., ISluneim.WANTED.ReaI I

A nice, cool, Summer Home on'the Water Estate for sale or J NICE Miscellaneuos"
W'M'"TED-Carpenters wanted at I ATTKiiSSEW:; KEN O V A TED,
rent ]lease or exchange. Your Sew
4 is something you would like to have for; the hot days coming. We once. Apply to J. Willock, 'corner business tick furnisaed if desired.
All] none
respectfully solicited..
R! have a nice little cottage the little Palafox and Gonzalez. A. Wil-- \
on 24apr3tWANTED
Bayou lot
having a 100 feet son, Real Estate Agent, 22M, W. Gov. 810 E. good order on short notice Leave
front on the water by 140 feet deep. The house is new, and
nicely ernment street, Room 7, $ at Green & Watson. Phone
fixed up, fruit trees and out houses. You can Jive thereIn the sum- The complete story of; building. Phone 172.WANTED.Hauhlng. Salisbury I 193. 1mar
i44. mer,and rent the house out in the winter: if you desirer'or it will i the San Francisco earthquake written 23Jan .
make you a nice home all the year round, it is near.. the car:" line II I by eye witnesses. Complete set and transfer \ CARRIAGES repaired and repa'nted.j .
I-:1: [ The price is cheap.and we will lend you ,part of the purchase price, | of actual photographs: Big books. Best work. Office phone 363; residence Hill I j i Floats built to order. Horse shoe-- I

itf41 without charge if you desire. ., .. ... ... .. .... .H.....$150 )'oU (terms. Big money. Agents are already -! photie 390. Acosta &; White, 22' 8 N. care J 1 ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage !
r taking from fifteen to forty orders -} Tarragona SI 25mar.! 27feb I
1W: LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR .SALE< a day. Send lOc for complete ROOMS 4
[ $ outfit Now ready. Be first in ourt WANTED.-The public to know that !
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY field. The Columba! House, Chicago.i L old newspapers can be bought at E. Found I

h THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,. 22apr3t- ,are this all office clean for and five cents nice.;'a bundle.' They 'NICE : UND STRAYING Jersey co"I I

WANTED house gin and,washwo Newly jL'i Strange in the vicinity; for information !
I '206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 man. Apply 914 E. Strong St. WANTED. shngle! mill crew near address B. E., Warringroa, :
22aprlw* ; steady work and good prices. Apply ,, P. 0. Box No. 6. 2laprlw'9Li !
I _- --- ---- -----U The J. I. Kelley Co., Whitfield, Fla. Vjanlm. !
:. I 19aprlw* !
-- .WANTED: first.c1asscook: !
tL or colored. Apply 222E.' Government I! Old : :
Professional Directory A, BARGAINIn St "- N 20apr WANTED circular saw filer for at this !

... .,,. .. 20,000 capacity milL Apply The J. and nice. I
I '-' -' SALE-2500
-- -- L Kelley Co., Whitfield, acres saw mill tim
( : THOS. PEBLEY eight East Hill] lots. Others near WANTED good cook. Apply to| fTa.19aprlw 77' ber. Will cut six million feet. Prict> I
Mrs. Carter
at the
,Navy Yard.
at $2.00 per thousand Al-1
sell $75 to $100 per lot. For quick A."ITED-All owners of poultry to stumpage. I
cI LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND sale, per"lot, only.. .. '. .'.... ..$60.00 18aprlw- know that we are agents for the Ce!. ._ W. A. May, Quitman, Ga. I
$1200. : ebrated II
h Conkey's Poultry
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. I i WANTED first-class stenorrapherat i Remedies I.
For :
nice sinai home of
five rooms, Guaranteed to
$j PHONE 559. once. Apply to-, Hooton .& 'Wat-' rupe, cholera Rates l '
bath and hall. In nice location on son. I : 'gape' and to kill fleas, Ice; and mites. FOR SALE-80 acres, located i
East Rill! __ 0 17apr: good at Cottage Hill on railroad allfcncei !
$200 cash
; $15 per month. 1 I I Also their wonderful egg producer, F. rell, ; I
and with large house, barns, out
| S. Melen! & Co. Phone No. 23.1.I .
;! of long expert-? etc. Creek runs through tv
T G. YATES M. D C.R.YAEGERNo"202 ence wishes a connection with a first-I HOTEL- and 4 or 5 springs are also on
,, class grocery firm in Pensacola. For.1 ,Special land. Plenty shade trees and
; Theisen Bldg.: Phone 686. West Florida. Can carry established -To buy old gold and silver tention ap-
OPTICIAN I pecan peach and plum tree
I broken stuff :
I business with me. open ,Slay ,up _regardless of ple : soil
: also have breei
306' THIESCV BUILDING sizes. Cash paid. Ligatman ; ; a lot of fine :
1st. "Georgia, care Journal. &; Klein 15apr. I
For I 106 E. Wright Phone 1127.WANTED.A. I j ( ducks hogs goats, w*
'-----. ,Farm juraentine or 14apr2w ]I I pigeons, geese and turKr>s of
TimberLands R. Bingham want HOTEL } kinds. Reasonfor selling 13 that i
t St. CLAIR THOMAS, Chirpodist. WANTED good all-round printer,! your moving and; hauling. He guan year. i no one to manage place. A great
Opine H.ue Bldg. En rine., 6 vcr ment Si. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY capable. c' doing first-class job printing antees all] breakage.. Phone 630. Special ; I either as an investment or
Open. to tidies and Gents, i null call at domicile. Call 'on, or Address I and experienced in newspaper WANTED-We want your orders every ;| party looking for a good farm on
? I I drinking'man work. Must! be absolutely sober; .no |?07'Art Calendars, QEr.300 original foi. lent. I : to make money. Every,hin*
Turner &Aymard need 'apply, Cook & sacola and just as represented !No
designs to select
WM WM from. All
D. HOWE ]Hutchison, Chipley. Fla.. 7aprlm prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco-. Write or call on W. H. Mo-gan.
'KTTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Real Estate and Abstrat Co. ; la- 16feb THE 453. Pensacola, for further jmr"p; -
LAW P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak: Springs,Fla good ;31m'ir

14 'a EAST GOYERNMENT ST, ----- -- WANTED WANTED. -Electric. work k'ni room. $2
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----- _,__ Let tiS 'c t>an' recair tc RECEIVED-Large snlpment!
twn.w--- ---
EAST UP-TO-DATE MEAT ---w -'- w DeFaniak Imported Olive Oil. Retail by piut.
; dynamo, d.> jour vmn.j. etc., Paona I ;
MARKET AND GROCERY OLD HATSMADE.,. NEW .-Panama| i or larger quantity. G. Morassa
1- S ORE. 570. Pensacola Electric Cu:. 205 S. .1'
SALE !. MOYER, ON THE, SQUARE and Straw hats cleaned, pressed j i: i fiaylca.' Co., ship chandlers ana1 grocers. 701 !
'iit List of Property for Sale by, D. Hale .PHONE 718. and (lIock d. -Panama:50c, straw hats : : : depot Palafox. wet... I
I cater 25c, felt hats 35c. Work.guaranteed. I to' exchange rooms. I I !
Wilson & Co. only .to those who
want first Victor Louis. 100 E. Int'e dencia. for lot on East Hill Address p. all ;f SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; !
: i One block! en proposed street carline class prices.A. 24.aprlm!* O Box.207. 30mar elin-g : !t(' one with capacity for 75 thousand tlj I

New City, overlooking Bayou Cor. Government MOYER, tc ...... gle, Prop. lj!!, the other thirty thousand cadty. "
'N Teiar, and under fence. ... .$3000( and Alcaniz.FORSALE. WANTED! good cook at once, 18 W..UITED-Your' orders: for tailor Rates reasonable. Also '.0
One half block on Lakevew: avenue W. Jackson. St. 24apr made clothing.' :We'make yourclothes' : : % jf boats for sale! cheap, 22 ft. Ion;:.
(1 In S settled neighborhood' and on hard fit Let us take your meas Provo it beams. Telephone or write ..1A

t ; load, very cheap at.. .. .. ..$1500 WANTED TO RENT- Srcwl : ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. O. cial : I "ffin & Co., Milton. Fla. 2onw
! r' One-half block lots ottago Wells l ;agent Chipley Fla. rooms. I'I I
(12 ) and six new Must be close in aid cheap. : ,: 7aprlm L ,
't; houses renting for $5.00 each with All kind of Ad; |2 per THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -
L real estate for sale or i dress with full particulars 99S I
f-F3 room for seven more houses.. $3250(I LI rent North Hill! and East Hill va-I: journal ., care SECOND' HAND CLOTHING WANT I car line, six lots 100 ft. front
ft1ti Two large lots and a good threeroom cant lots. Some very choice ones'at ISapr EDr-Highest price paid for gents'; BAY, ; 137% deep, corners $700, inside:
i1-1 and hall house renting for () good bargains : clothing Europ' '600. There are no better situ-
$600: for homes or investment PANAMAS t us clean 7 ur' Panama only. Sell second han4 goods .
than these loti. A. V. Club ;
-i1 per month; if sold at once., ..$600); I and straws. Hats cleaned,block 'Dress suUs for rent 9 E.: Int ndencia. clean.
One nice five roomed house in good I I} One large lot on R.H.. good factory I ed and rebanded ty expert workman: 576-579 S. : SALE.-Improved and unimpriv-

totality with 37 foot lot renting for or warehouse site One water front Leave hats at: Frederlcksen Tailor: WANTED-By' young man, positionas Prop. I '! ed property In all parts of the city.
110.00 per month.. .... .. ..$101>(0) lot that a purchaser could make no,I Shop, 34 S. Palafox st., Speclaj. atte: ,stenographer. A-I references I; I A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents,
: One-half an arpent and ten roomed I mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm t tion to mail orders. 'i/ furnI Ied. Address C-2. care Journal. 7, Salisbury building. Phone
house !-n central part of the city,nice I ana'' one of 160 acres, both near Pen 3 prlm. !I. [ 23aa] :
Ihade and fruit trees.. .. '..$5500) sacola. : wutnJ--- ,
t? Vacant lots in part of the Four choice brck! J.1000 to |3000 i
any city business houseson wth: services, in FOR f .-I am agent for t the
&t prices that will take. Several In- Palafox St. for some Uitimateand LOST I : f
Fine Investment _respectable business ;; Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos
1 ; Testments that will net 10 ;. \ $lIfe} par- '
Few i for
per. cent property. choice offices 1 t ticulars. M., 4%. care ,The Journal' t nJlJL rJtnJtrJWflJLrLnJUWJ'JWrflSflJJ1JflJ I $500.00 up. They cost less hall
for rent. .
-r1 tin the invested.
money I 12apr3w* I LOST, STRAYED 'OR STOLEN. age to keep up. They can be run
FOR RENT. Turpentine men all get rich. and ,l < ; | '
ii Pure white sand or anywhere a horse can go.
have .. pup abqut .six! month told
good fcurpent'ne business' '
wI FOR E. Brooks.
roomed house'centrally] locate, between I Irailroad.
: fox
sa'e:! cheap 15 crops boxes plenty WANTED-Ycuing countryw&nts printer ; cross: terrier andibuilt I j
and unexcelled fora boarding house, round timber }ease gn which together a position {tn,:newspaper ; llb ral reward return to F. RMeade. -' TO CANDIDATES"!e
I4L- on street car line $35.00 per month. or 118 W. ;; 21aprlw I
,Five 'roomed house close in town, with| boxes good seven years longer. job office .in Florida pr, Alabama. Ha, Cervantes. 22apr3tjLOST 1 wishing to make a successful na!

ti terse yard and n'ce out buildings'sta Write or call and.. 'see schedule. of e'ght: years experience,vand,:an. all-] -Saturday, April 14, presumably" FOR. ,!I supply themselves with a soi '"
property.' round good job'pri1Jter.. 'A i' of PLUTO. Now is the season o
4- ble. eta, '$20.00) per month. jerfect from wagon, package containing! S18 W..
: II If what you want is not listed here gentleman. and absolutely l1'sober"w.Us pajr- trousers addressed' H. Pj Moor:, lugraham. f your stomach and I Ipr.'
on moderate all diseases. do
Pluto will
call ,us up by:: phone 234 or call and salary." Address If found, returned" to 'EXpr ss office -
i stating full particulars, Arthur Win. aI receive reward. : sale by all druggists and grocers
: tee us at 30 S. Palafox streetD.HaleWflson nd 18apr? FOR }I
H.:T. CRAWFORD free, White Castle. La, UaprlwfWANTED. modern ; by Jas McHuga.!

& Co. ', !:;oT-La1y's double; case gczld watch, Apply/B. : SALE-One new Kokens barber
315 South Palafox, StreetGET .-An kind? ot flectrica!I monogram? "S. M. B.,,.jane side, al .Bank.. : chair also saveral mirror.;,
rttr _"- work. I sell all kind of flecMcal'set! with'diamonds on oth r. -- .!! or write J. A. Billmgsley.! 14 E
( batteries aai other electrical I [ Lost ..on Bagdad walk or streets' !QfMilton. A:R. St. ISApnllm
SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON A PANAMA $5.00 $7.50 AND I When you need me'ring 34$ .or 9 Return, to Miss Mae man j
THIS WEEK, 4 TO 6. ANAfAILOREN. ': -| rent, } bR be!
I .AT STANDARD CLOTHING i E. W. Peake./'new Star. 1402417 "I'I chette, Milton Liberal reward. 'I SALE-Household goods
'- ?i- t SPECIAL RATES, CQMNY.I' ing, E. Garden. ; ISaprlw. St goods 10 i I I clothing, linen and dishes. Appi<

V r ; j E. Government St, 25niarlmr

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Lester Piano, mahogany fine order TfS.'t Naval Stores.- j t _

vas $350, price now $275, used onlya Savannah Ga., April,23. The naval Arrived. Selected and
cash balance *3 grams perfect
months. $10 closed today follows
stores market as
few :
'The holdifup Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,
pcr month. first India and i WW... .. ,. ,.. .y... 5 50WG. New Orleans to A. Zelius:
handsome case, was ?300 I _... .5 45 7 fermentation make
now Ir\'ing.W; very little used. Terms *10 Ceylon tea tn. America17 to the /Ugh : N.. 5 40M. Galveston Cayo Domingo, Gulf Br Transit ss 1713 Co., Friend, -

cash, $6 per month. ....,., '.,..'..5 .35 Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf, Antwerp ,
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase years old-wasTetley's K e. .. s. -;.5 25 to J. Sc&reyer. \

; was $tOO now $335. A bargain. its purity } I ., .. .. .,. .4 55 IHaslin! iOn, Br S3 1220, Willis,

Terms $15 cash, $S per month shines H ... 99 /. .,. .. v... ..' .. ..4 35F Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. jSO1d
M nlm. high grade mahogany; was .... -.3.5 Ffcrtowood Nor Mc756, Lunde-
.,50"BOW $390; rented only few First to-day. through.test B.:.. '".3 90 guard, St. Nazaire ,to oro' r.
months. J20 cash, $10 per month. D.:.3 80 Poolo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
ter1ing, ebony' case, was $350 now : it by all a..,..''...; .. ..3 75 Cleared.

jl 12O $10 cash' $6 per month. Spirits Turpentine 64}$ cents. Argo, Br ss 1970, Dove, Rotterdam,
Cliitier, large size, mahogany case; means. 321,000 feet sawn timber, 1,473,000 QuaKer

used seven months, was $tOO now CITY OF PENSACOLA AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS feet. lumber.

J275; $10 cash $3 per month. note the'flavorthe Liverpool Cotton!,Market Cayo Bonita 'Br ss 2213 Widger),'
"Kimball. walnut case was $375 used Marseilles, with additional cargo of'
I bouquetthe
two yt'ars. now $liS, $10 cash, bal- BONDS. .-Veb...,......,t_.. 75 cases cedar pencil slats.. ..
month. ...... ReI
ance $7 per lingering Teb.-M -p )
jVll of the above are upright pianos Denomination $1,000.00 each. I KIJ'.APrJI..............!...!........5.66I VESSELS IK "CRT.'St .
and we guarantee them. We have 16 .Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January satisfactionthat April-May .%. .m tI'", ..-

pianos from $15 to $45. 50c 1st, 1936. SedeemaWe January hi, 1926. I May-Jane.,..v.v. .M..,,..,...5.86,*. Annie, Brit ss, \V1e. 2445, Rio Janeiro .
square week good for practice. comes from only a high Jane-Jmly i..........- ,- 4.<.......';,_.' to Pensacola Lumber Co. .
per CLUTTER; MUSIC HOUSE, Interested Payable Semi-Annually grade article. July-August .:..'.. 683Auirutgeptember I :Argo, Br ss. 1970 Dove Buenos Pure and stimulating.: Least
Pensacola measure-convenient .........;;;.....5.G8SeptemberOctober Ayres.
Fla. We Offer for Sale these Bonds full everywhere package ........*?*.?.?5.61 I Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193, Smith, Newport
-------- moderate price-sold October-November ..........,-...-. ;..;...5.60 Baara. reactive effect, due to its
fOR SALE-Ten new and second Subject to Prior Sale, in ," November-December........-...... ...560 I News to H. -
second!! hand office safes, different b & b" atlanta Ddeeer-Januuy- ..,...,.,.,.... Cayo Bonito, Br ss 2213 Widgery !P'1 '
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. Amcunts to Suit LiTerpool Spots,603.. Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit; Co. perfect- aging. .
Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern Purchaser -. I 'Chelford, Br ss, 1707, Wood, Tampico .1
24mar to ..order.Homevrood
I ; '
ment Correspondence 'Invited New York CoU'on Market. I Br. ss. 129Q Jerginsen, Worth. your, while to get i 'I
CANDIDATES-Those Florida and Alabama Open High Low Oo: '
NOTICEIO e New Orleans to W. S. Keyser & Co. : I i i S
wishing to make a successful_ run THE: PEOPLSBANK May 11.20 11.20 lie 10.M Hesieyside,'Br S3, 1617, Bedlington, It. __, I 1\\t
themselves s with bottle July 11.04 11.01(1.13( 11.67. (
should supply a LAND COMPANYManufacturers Cas Palmas to R. :M. Robinson. L Phone 16, Lewis Bear &Co., ..-" firyjny.l
of PLUTO. Now is the season to ; August 10.83 1083 1070 1U75October. Olivemoor, Brit ss, 1970, Clark, Rio I 404-408'Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St. .
'oi PENSACOLAPensacola ............10,43 10.43 10.29 10.35 _A'i.
stomach and .
jour S of Janiero: to' J. H. Christie. ...... J
prepare Decemb.......... IG3, 10.13 lO.dO 10.69 I Pensacola Fla. 2 _/ \ ,
againSt all diseases. Pluto will do kt. and Dealers in Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen, Card--
For sale by all druggists and, ,. Fla. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN<. New York Spots, 11.65 nas, to\Hyer & Co. 4_ ___.", 'L_ ._ __......_"" "'""' .. I

wholesale by Jas !4 Hugn.iAiSecond grocers'l GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Wheat. Vivina, Span ss, 1958, Bustinza,Liverpool

Open.Hlrh. Low.ClOH. ; viaCuban porta, to. Gulf Transit De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin
FOR hand 25 H. P. j May_...... 79% ;; 793 783 783July. .I Co. .
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to ---- ____ --u--- -- .............78 18 18-i! 7S} .---- ...:. -- -- --. '"' -'- -
'; _ ...
New Method Laundry. ISApril1KR Corn. Orpheus Aust ship, Medanic, Trieste. -

half Open ', High Low eto.eKay. .

mile SALE-95 from city%, northwest acres of ;land 70 acres SA VING JaJr._.................48'47 .'4fl 47tf "4t1 47 48tf;- Dunkirk.,Opheliaf Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen. McMillan Bros. CO. The 1906 Model

soil 25=% acres .
sub clay
timber land, ; New York Stock Mirket'Opel1 5arK.
under cultivation! clay sub soil. Dr. -. RemingtonSholes -
Ital bk, Schiafflno
Clow Precursore, 1508
T A. LaFar* 518 Guillemarde St. I Ifs easy to save-merely a matter ofspending Southern F .dflc.. ... .. 65 6.OOppll' .% Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
i2April 2w' ...... notf! 101" Schooners.Donna : -
less than .
you earn. Keeps grow- A. S. .. '... '..... las:: l3S1 Christina, Am sen, McLeod,
FOR: SALE-A second hand buck. ing easier too-in fact becomes itoh....... .j-............ ... 901' 89LB 165 Cardenas.
board. Apply 405 W. Chase St. surprisingly .................:.... ;....157 1543-a with its new billing attachmentsand
22ApTiUwTOR easy after you have practiced. it for a B.B.T..1 ;.. .... 841 SOYa instantly interchangeable car-
while.'-. mBrie. .. l09 For a Weak Digestion.No riages, tabulator and two-color
SALE Second hand tents ana! ..........iW.:....... 43 41" medicine can replace food but MOBILERALABAMA. ribbon movement, is the most complete -
flja, in good condition. Size 9 feet. People:: fall into the habit of spending 0.'.! ..............;........... Chamberlain's. Stomach and Liver Tab- combined
1{. F. DeBroux, phone 889, Warring- thoughtlessly'and' u,s..............,.....,-rl"....,.'.,.....;:-43 .41hl: lets will help you to digest your food. andCorrespondence
ton, Fla. Apr21-lw money imagine they can- u.8., preferred..r:.'i ..;'..;.JIOSf 1o It is not the quantity of food. taken PRESS -THE Billing

not save.' Cultivate thoughtfulness and R.Si.........H....t .........'. 31 211J. that, gives strength and vigor to the ,
PUBLIC SALE of valuable city prop- carefulness and .." 1(.....,....,'..?...... J47JJ, 14 system, but the amount digested and j, BUT'TO'NTon

erty-I wju sell at public sale at your bound to save. laid..........,........",.,.,.... ,. SOlA 7M. assimilated. troubled wth a weak
the west door of the court house on Four per cent interest paid on time deposits .P..".Mvr-; M 5 gsi digestion, don't fail to give these Tablets machine manufactured. Designedas
)' for fast built for
28 at 12 o'clock noon, Mut.-- m 1l3 a trial Thousands have been benefitted it was service
Saturday, April of .W.Gregory : here. Open an account todayThere'sprotection c .pM.;...',.... V.V>.n...:... it* 160 their cost-i hard use, recommended by experts
N. E. corner by use. They only
the lot on the and N.Y.C.?/..tfX.: ..If?!..,..'141 J38H \' an<*. guaranteed against wear,it is
and Spring Sts-lot 15S% feet encouragement sat p.o .......4.1.......=.,..(.. flaw" 9J. *.". a. quarter. For sale by.all druggists. offered as the idealTypewriter

on Gregory St. and 224 ft. on Spring isfaction in a-bank.account. RD'G................... .'.- ..... g. 324 ,.. -
St., and known as the C. M. Wilson s..! ..... .- .:.. .1721.; J6I.: KEEP COOL.
Jot. C. B. Lewis, Agt. 22aprlw D ft. ...... ";.. ..:!;!....,......,!."'''"'"''TL,8 .26* BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW.
15.B... r*..L...'.<....:. 139%" ... sj 8 WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS (
,L, .Lur/ for the most work in
producing good
FOR SALE' -Fine piece of property, T.O.I. .:.i..i.Lii7..Jl.' NoSe ; THE SWELLE3T LINE OF MEN'S '
and Reus Sts., 5. lots P.nna$._. 139% 1381,{' UNDERWEAR IN THE; CITY.CHIROPODIST _I the shortest time with the least effort.
cor. 0'.r............ ii2 149 Write today for full description.
houses house with 5 ., ;n""" '
with two ; one ... ). rA I Local Agents wanted for
hall\ and pantry, 'bath room FIRST NATIONAL BANK unoccupied territory.
rooms: ,_ !. -
Cotton E, St. Clair l Thomas has opened -
with t toilet t, gas in every room, hot let:---i r xrr-j Better., I ( .
and cold water. Two houses will rent :Nw York, April 23. -fn.ceopeci*!-. Chiropodist parlor. onerabousq J TIelmIllHt-: z:: .
< ng-upstairs, and will be glad to; MajesticBIdg., Chicago
ta.blefine OF ly favorable"weather all over the Handiest-tad only Perfect
for $384.00 per ;rear. PENSACOLA. flAtW. '
receive lading and gentlemen there or S.lf-Jilliol Pen. 'No.glw GOer
house :teU over Sunday started theTEaglishtaan : -
flowers wire pigeon .
lawn with ink I
-DO to pIU no cloezuuronhakrng. I'
rabbits. .H.KHOWIJS]! ,Pres. VT.K.;HTBB,Ja.,V.-Pre. and Caster. ; downward' this morning he will call at their homes. He will. '
SilO with fan tail pigeons and I 204 West Bay Street.JACKSONVILLE .
T.W BREST and W.N.ROBERTS, Asst.Cashier also be open Sundays.
Call and examine. Apply to Joe DlBEOTORS-F, 0. Brent W. A. Blount, W. H. Kaowha, W K. flyer, Jr.. bles reporting'Spots :reduced 5 points limply pro*tie button(u I FLA.
D. the 6 I in the picture)ind'th VU
20aprlw G. Brent. while summer positions were) pea
James. ..' to 7 lower an-ai-! the winter positions SKATING 'TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30. Iaa.5akj'. .. I

eome 3( oint& down and further realizing Write the in.Untlt I-
FOR) SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte -- cajfjed that,marker3. :to 4 REWARD touches the papes

eggs, Beacon of Boston strain ., points ,., qwty bs1:1iv)3[ ir. 'I !;<$100.00 ) Morris Dannheisser
$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine 'fhe -SU'plpQrt onthissIdE I
$100.Q0'Tewar will be paid for the
cockrels ready for the yard. Address I /Va. 5iO whatever 1 and 8.after -penins arrest .and delivery: to' the sheriff of Eagle50Flash ) !1 (Form rIY of Dannheisser Bros.)

Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs Fla. C.W LAMAR, Pmldent JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Caihlir.J. which waS'- &,{Jfe-w ppints loweryrthan: : :Walton county..,. one Charlie Renols, I I[ Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, FIne
Slmarlm* E.CLARK VJci-PrMident and Caihlw. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashur. eatufday' cqmi) 5, values were ham' a negro. Description: : Heght: 5 feet No.z j with 14 karat solid JOlt! I I Wines Beer ana Tobacco.
mered rightn and, left thp bull-s pen point-finest vulcanize!
; 10 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or !
TOR S1\LE-Car load Tennessee '; seemed utfter yj discouraged by; the 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium rubber and fully guarsuIed.Eag1e"F1ash"No25 Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty
horses and mules. Can be seen atrou's report from '}{ew" 'York .- that :Mr -
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK large eyes. Has scar on upper
McMillan & Turton. with gold bud$2.50 12 W. Zarragossa Street
stables Price was seljujg heayijy: and also lip to the,.right of nose and when last Eagle "Fl .h" No. 26 PENSCAOLA. FLO,UDA.
OF PCJV94CO14, FLA. the knowledgethat another bumper l seen: he wore a blue: faded jumper, large sue Lnd. $3.00
with ,
crop might be expected with any- overalls: a gray.cap a new pair of No. gold $4.00.
FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Jthjng\ like. favqrab Jef weather, "\Vr-e S fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to Sold by StetionentodOlbefStora -- -
at two cents a bundle. This: of. fail to see why-'they should have ex- '
J. A.: : &
be H'chtourg: Co.,
fice. pe ,
York man, a h& tactics are well -- "FLASH"Fountain Pent then

FOR S''\LE-Shoe making and repairing DIRECTORS- known. .:: WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G send us. Each the retail pen abwlutcly price direct <604< 605. 608. 610 S. Palafox St.

establ'shed: trade no Frank F. E. The knowni-beavy long interest in anteed. hone 725.
shop; ; Henry L. Covlngtpn; Rellly, Browner :TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE
competition; good opening for good J., M.Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C.W.L"mar, the May option, anal l the nearness of Eagle Pencil Co.
man. J. Mindel, Bagdad, Fla. Bryan Dunwody T, F. McGourin, J. R. Souidcra, delivery day;on that month, with the A3 'THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT Manufacturer' V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
6aprl6t A. ,M. .very, \v. H. MUton, 0. f. "Mm! expressed belief of many conservative MONEY CAN BUY FOR SOc, 75 traders, that the clique who had 3;I BroacIw y,New York THE H JME OF (UOOO THINGS TO
J. Hannah
W, L; Cawfhon. Dr. W. MvKenile Oertlng. $1.00..
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site best situation .Atex{ "Mc6owln, C. M. Coylngton, M. t. Clark bought, $Q heavily would. not.under. EAT
; take to stop Jthe cotton offered them, / u.ICOFFEE Just Received:
in the city for J a tourist hotel GET A PANAMA,&, $5.00, $7.50 AND I Halibut Quick Lunch
Account of Banks, l Individuals,Corporations end firms Saflclttd, Halibut Chucks,
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet $10-00 AT STANDARD,-- a CLOTHING 50 kiu 01 fancy Mackerel, $1.25 per
deep on East Government street, overlooking Four per cent 'Interest PaId on Time Deposits. COMPANY. kit -

Seville square and Adams Direct; from Our Distillery to.YOU.... I 60 kitE Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
street with open view of Pensacolabay Saves -Dialers' Profits ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW. !? 50') kitE halibut :fins $1.25 per kit.

$10,000 will buy the property. -" .. Adulteration I SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT-\ 50 kits of Ccd Tongues and Sounds
lapr. I SON, 'PARKER & REESE. THE Jl-25 pei kit .
L HILTON QB8BV raum.1'. T. 8.MiNSSUCLD. WU..L'C3.' VIOIePBISI1).lrl'. Bloaters, Milkers and Roes Herring,

FOR SALE-one fine mantel folding) B.M.bU8HNF*,,.,..iuin.- MORENO,ASST.CABHIJB! : HAYNERWHISKEY I CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. We are. the. Pioneer. Codfish, Pickled Sa mcn. Dill Pickles,

bed (the latest) baby's high chair, Citizens National Bank German :.Sauer KrouL
Coffee Roasters of ptgS Feet in kits, $ .00.
baby carriage, chairs, dishes, etc. Apply thawing hedged themselves! by selling !- _
Florida. Mane 11 and Lange's Fruit Cake.
No. 36 S. Palafox St. 19aprlw* of West FI6rld3.McHUGH'SOL.
01 IC'-ORS the July option all the way up!' National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake, 250

WWrlgh horns Bear, T.E Welles Kix M.Robinson. L Hilton Gr "q. I!put a tjamper!. on the market that' per pcund.
FOR SALE.-A photographers 'outfit Gee. could not be overcome, by those who !I We handle the celebrated blends of
Cheap. Apply F'.sher: Furniture GINIKUL BACKING KVSINfSS TRA\SACTfO really believed the staple was well! toffee! roasttd by th? Gulf City Coffee

store, 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar 'worth present pr.ces.; ; r $ Co., II P. Chipman Manager.
A FULL QUARTS ES$3We ,20WE It is expected the visible supply! Oazaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25o
............. -----,--- -- --- -
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire L! PAY EXPRESS will dwindle rapidly in tne. next] Ib; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for -- ----- few weeks!! but we rather doubt this] Rio, 20c lb.Strictly .

catalogue.\ Carl Setterlind, Chipley ,R' MC4PY. cj.LFt-'c2'-_ CQ. Inn. '!..;.,. will send)you l in a plain sealed! I ag 'we' think the spinning communij j I have ..,... Sa.'r. ease with! no marks to show contents,
Fla.FOR FOURFULI. QUART BOTTLES of ties haa sufficient supply to run \\II1 convince the connoisseur as any Cofee sold in this city
1"lIol."le and Retail D"ler II
HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for them well into October and now that Send us your orders and we will deliver .
SALE-One large fire proof Victor Steam Domestic Anthraite $3.204weiilpatheexPrescharges. $' the ''weather, *seeiris to have settlea': that we promptly
safe, practically new. Double C 0 A L Try it, have your doctor test. and-:'conditions such that the early
and Blacksmith make '
doors. Reason .for selling have a,I It.test It any like. If you.(. lateness 'In :,jrbp? preparation was no extravagant
Office--No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. .dent! find it all right and the purest
: will -
Win. Johnson : likely to be overcome they
larger one. Safe Dept., cla ms.
Tarragona and Gonzalez sfpets. Fhonp and 373 and test wtiisxey you ever buy much more at present .
Son. ISapr I Tori corner _.. 1 tasted shiD '* luck to us at hardly 4FULLQT-.
-------c ;r--- -_- -:=i ; : :- 4. our expense aid ,your$3.20 .- prices and this state of affair,! would J
WANTED-To loan money on your : will be promptly refunded.. stop'the drain on port stocks and II and RetailGROCERS
watches, ,c jeweiry aad personal ef. ........i........+ ..................................; .. others and the visible. supply state- Wholesale'
fects. Highest cash price for old gold At our GIstmeri.
and sUrer. Ligbtman & KleIn, 106 .E. (. the largest and best, I' .the bu'ls. I
equipped in the world we ftlVAn:
wright Phone 1127. !AUSLEY G COMPANY j distill as average'of 9,580t'allUs Y'' I That the market has requ'red con I .
of PURE(WHISKEY ,, .' stant buying for some, time past to _
-- 'a day. When you f.i: even keep prices at their present I and aII'kinds of Feed !

Order. Eastern Star. I buy HAYNER WHIS. level 'is welt known and now that t ( __
Regular meetng: of Florida t; gYIgoes'd1rectto yon t eLrIIa6 no support: was In evidence the mar-I Stuffs.Pluto I II 1QTS.A QTS
f COMMISSION BROKERS( r from our distillery thus illS
Chapter, NQ. 14, 0 E. j, assuring yon of perfect: :.. .. kt declined rapidly. '
S., S clock p.Yin.. Tuesday .1 purity and .saVlni' you"the _ The movement to ports on Satur:

April 24. VlsUlns, WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA." dealers' tie profits. HAY- _ day showed some, dispo'Rion! *o fail 3 v- c
II WHISKEY is Water (
'members' are cordially} V l.WR pre.cribed _____ off sharplybut th's mornIng receipts
vited. 1 by doctors and eWestimates )were aain full showing -

MRS. ELLA BEYER. W. M. I 0 nsedia hospitals andtyialf Teat's a YOU million should satisfied ,.that-there was still cotton ,in tMcountry
Wires N. Y. N. and Chicago.conONSTOCKSfCRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS I customers. why
MRS. ALICE WILSON. Sec. Private .j ry1t. to be sold, all assertion. "
1 WWW OrB JtlABIST OTFK3 from Mr. Jordan and others to thscontrary. Wholesalt anRetail4

Neither the captain, owner 1 1i We bet eTe the summer months are,
or consignee of the Italian $ ST. LOUIS MO.. ST .PAUL, Mm: very dangerous arid, advise ourfjfeiids !New 'Orleans Grocery Co.

& bk Paalo Angelo will T be responsible ,: for Inveslm nl. : Orden for Arii.Ca1,Col.,Jdtho)Ion-.Nev.. -. to let ,them 'well alone,. at -.
Bought and Sold on Margin or H.Wei Ore., Ctah w ah.,or Wyo., must bthebuis .. least until aftej tender. day on theMay
for debts contraced --i OIl eli QUITS) or$4JNb EirREIurU.C :
; ; '! ,or M jliBTS for*ikM by rsiiSMi FUAUI.DistnxiBT option. but We believe the w'nter '
by crew of said vessel. ]
!. I Rsfsrenc-; First National and PeoplesSaais. Phone 1173 j I ,TBOT.0. ESTABUEBZO 18 II. positions! are splendid sale on Jas. McHughv
; ; ;
? ,
i 383 Capital$500,000.00 PaId ta full.rv any recessions and If patiently held 017 AND 519 WEST BAY ST

H. BAARS & CO. Consignees.BOZZO, Captain.: .......t...... ................................... 1 will show jood,returns.! Phone 105.... Proprietor JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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ip1I .5'.A. HAPPY MAN. 1 1All .__-',S'1ortS.!-.:_.,., .. ',1,.: J ".'J..,' Jp". '-:>SLook& J_,_ """"""'" ., ,i I .. i.- .______ ,-,I'J;S.; I'ADDT1i ll I MISERY[ fl flor : DELICATE\'iOMEN i10' : \., OX, FOR D S STHE -

IJlV there Is' nothing' to '
that Southern: leagu& race, except I For I...,' T.PoP'...., ; o; 'cai-s-co U .
E is one who .Birmingham: Shrevepqrt, and New,i. food .u. well and strong bright hap NEWBOYS1
You will get ,
-Orleans.: :The Pelicans aid not play JW ? never ; !:,

yesterday.--fmt the!two .former clubs I 1 :; For all puf os;$': for S py, hearty"and free'from pain, until you build! up your '.
j: just.purchased succeeded in over their' OXFORDSARE
{ triumphing
opponents. "Little" tock It' appears[[1. which Milk or Creapisused ] HOMELESS[ [ constitution with a nerve refreshing blood-making 1

will follow.' .the- record of last: sea. i '. ,TBORDENS tonir like S :' ,
son and bring up'the rear if the I 1 ., HERE
team is. not strengthened. CharleIZimmer. J t
I : the 'manager ,states that he:
one of our |lis making effort to secure naw men I (Continued 'from. First. Page. ) They're Boys' sizes. But the

II they are, needed. Nashville with Eagle\ COXDEJJSEPandColumbian California was o Qiscusssd. :As -soon-as Vineof@fdQj} are built for all the world like

.Mike'.Hinn in command is in the ruL! omcial. Information readies- the preii !our; Men's stiles.THAT'S .
handsomeSPRING ,
.r ,| Flinn, has; been ,shown op so repeatedly : Min !. dent'of the amount 'of 'money neeiea
in the ,Southern League s nee I to repair the losses he told Senatoi
he lost Eddie Lynch, that he loo ks: VAPORATED.Cream Flint, he would 'senda: -specialm&3r: It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink WHAT SUITS
like a "dead one in a lire; .set. Mike: sage to Congress requesting: : a7JTQ-
SUITS i! in the language of the street resemi -, < ratons'; : to ; -
T the
Convenient' cover loss.: THE BOY !
i bles a selling plater in with a bunch: .;t na eco- It Is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic, made from vegetable

!'of -thorou hIDreds. nomical. Suited to CHILDREN BDRN INS ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress;such'as! Headache, The
average boy wants Man-
of the ta'loriffg: goodness i Philadelphia still retains the toad any modification; \ ,TH STRICKEN CITYan backache,bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstruation He
NewYorks Shoes. them
that it is I in the'American League, while c. : ish gets here
; possible '
j Unsweetened down etc.
( ) dragging pains
cops the other seven teams in and while our Boys' Oxfords
put into suits are in them I Francisco April' 23.Tripletswere medicine for'women, ths'only _
the National League with Philadelphia ; Ins building, strength-making
I! -for boys,* men :
young Pure Natural born toone homeless are stylish looking, durability
and men. Grays, blues, S a close second.Jacksonville and Milk iFUv6f womanat 5- medicine that is certain to do you good.- Try it.
the Presido
t 1 ti Saturday night, and has not been sacrificed.
Augusta are ?:
blacks and fancies! -$6.50 and Riola r'r.y:;:: % the same night eight babies made ? Sold by every druggest in $1.00 I bottes.!
first Jionors in the Sallie organization S Z ,
'jtor S
;: to $25.00. Negligee Shirts
I I : and things took bright over in (ihelr 'first appearance at Fort Mason '
1 dandies for a dollar and ''I that section for a'fast arni 'close finish ..sixVeie born"at. the' --emergency: hospital WRITE US A LETTER "YOUARE FRIENDS All LeathersVici

a dollar fifty. I between the sx'.teams. S and tvo" n''a'vacant space ad, freely and frankly, 'in strictest confidence of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jon s, of

4 'i\n-:: f> fort. All are reported to ,telling us all your symptoms and Gallabn, Tenn.: ? I Patent Colt Patent Kid.
STANDING be doing welL .. troubles. We will send free advice "Fo since taking'CarduJ; I havegained
AND RESULTS Gun Metal and Blucher Styles.
: (in plain sealed .e velope), how to .35 Ibs.,and am in better health
.SouthernLeague., + ARMY TO. CO-OPERATE S cure the-a.: AdJress: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9.years. I ten my
-- Won Lost Pet I : : .. I WITH, THE 'RED ..CROSSTVUhington Dept.,The Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Card'ui''is worth its $1.25 to $3.00

: The John White Birmingham : .'. ,. ..10 1 910 EifEci ----- :: Chattanooga. Tenn. .weight in gold to all suffering. ladies.
!IShreveport. .. .. .. 8-. '2 800; 'QU; KE' ED .1 April '23.- Acting S
| New Orleans ,. .. .. 6 2750 Secretary of State Oliver to-day senta : ti3

L Store .PhonkTetley's Atlanta .... .. ..., .. 4 5' 445 PI\E BARRfcN WELL .telegram to General Funston at
y I j Memphis ..0 .', .. ',.. 3 5 375 San Francisco, directing that the ; SHOE STORE

i Montgomery ..: .'' .. 3 6, 333 Army .co-operate 'with the Red Cross y L1L55 --, T I BOSTON
205.207 S.. PALAFOX ST. ', Nashville. .. ...... ..3 8 276 'extending ''all needy ,
44 Little Rock ,-, ..' .. .1 '9 090 WATER MUDDY, SEVERAL. '. DAYS out regradi: to nat.onality.The message I
', < $135,000 1
-1--------- -I was authorized )y. the presidenton S'
Yesterday's Results. BEFORE 'FRISCO: ; DISASTER; reports that 'm.any.chlnese were, ,,
Birmingham 8 ,Nashville2. sunering in Sa'n'Fradcisco. 'IFIFEEN 1
; :
Working DayDuring
r Every
: Shreveport 4; Little Rock 1. 1/* -

o Atlanta.$ ; Montgomery 1. ,(11 in .* : MILLiONS I ; I
*! 5. .... '
nings.) S ,,,,. S FOR-FRISCO BANKS 1905 the ,Equita'ble' paid an an-average of 1125,000
I Tea ., I : holders. Wouldn't Not Be
'" every working day to its policy you Why
'South Atlantic ague.- Special to The Journal. //Washington: ,.:Ari, :23.-dSecrstary: S
) ;} like to hold a policy in the EQUITABLiE, the strongest;. .
HalI-pound 30c, 40c, 55c. S .Won.. Lost Pet Pine 'naien, Aprl: 23-Mr.; ,C. .I*.Shaw 'directed, that,.fifie en.millions'.otj inthe, world? .
JacksonvIlle ,. .. ..5 2 7U '
Wiggins and wife left yesterday for! the pufolie.mone 'be. distributed
Augusta :.. .. '.. .." 2 711tharleston Pollard driving over .the hard' road, amongthe National Basks' of San Insurance Gen'.l ..A ti Stylish andUptoDate
Three gcnationskitt .. .. .. 3 571 + ,
9' _; i from this place via Flomaton.:: I Francisco and vicinity*assoon as 'theb'anc KowScsBros.I '
Savannah .. .. ..; '..3 4 429 Our gardens are flourishing 'here','. furnished. : .. .:security. Fire, Ltfe.' Pensacola
.. of success. Macon. ..... ...'S ..2 5 289, but need rain. I I .... ... "
Columbia' .. .. .... ..2 5 289 season' S 'ALC't;," -- S -u-. sO I
The fishing on and,ou/ citizens '
Joseph Tetley & Co, are havng fine-sport-fiahing"" R'ULA-R-EMPL.OYEES'
S Resoalts. .' .
Yesterday's .
J ..
the mill.pond and lakes. Mr.William *
tt1 London, England. Jacksonville 2; C91umbir. 1. Sweeting caught- five very! ; nice ones San Francisco-April '2?.-'MayorSchmitz -....tfH.......H..O..............+.'..4t.4I..... Rig yourself up with a
_ _ _ Sav&ntl4h 8'; .M 4. Saturday evening. I to-day issued; b iaUon i S ENEI OOJ: :. A. : brand suit
Augusta 7 Chadestor 5. new new
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For three days before the .CalIfornia that ail prsoni': r gul.arlre.mploye t
h1 : E. L. REESE J. ,MENDEL National-League. earthquake the flowing'well ((150: in the work, ..Qf.'cJea ng And renont.big I Iron Works and SuoplvCo.Manufacturers shoes, new shirt, new

feet deep) at this place became very! the city- would: be paid :by the i
and Repairers of AND BOILERS, 1
f Reese 6 Mendel muddy. Since .the quake i{, has ''been! city. necktie and
clear until ths: morning and, "Chiet ofPolice. ,Pinaa .issued, an or-
PhHadelphta .. .. '..6 3 6671'ittburg very S ; REPAIRS! A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention' &1ven. to, all orders, i
tS The Home Tailors, ... ... ..6. 3 625 has been very muddy all day.. .Wonder -'i I tier'pdvUege.. of 0 day or'night Agents for James McKay & CO.'s celebrated tag and ,.
Chicago .. .. ..?, .6; -I 600 if the earth is getting shaky carrying Panama
: Timber Dogs, also Chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resi-
L1 I Easton -.. .. .. ..5 -I 556 again? sary and .much .caressns: resulted '0 .dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL, WITTMAN, Mgr, IHot
Builders !St. L uis' .. .'. .. ..4 -I SOy Miss Fannie Williams )left for Mobile '- from. .;practice' ,: y :VDlr.' ...... ..... t.. ..,.. ..,.... .
Cincinnati ,. .. ... pp4 8 33J yesterday. .. f. L. ;' -k A rfti.E"Cnamberlain's.Cousn .
w BrooklYn' ... .. .. ..1 8 111 : XJandidates" 'frequent visitors .Remedy the B stand -- -- Hat
here. .Some get ,gOOd encouragement Mbsl Popular.? .. ................... .....

Yesterday's Results. and others,not so'good.. Of en.are too ,Iothers buy it forGcroupy'children; ;; V
i of Philade'phia 1; Boston 0. busy up here 10 fool ,with:politics this I railroad men buy' it fot!, .coughs Water 4OUart We have a swell line of

St. Louis 7; Cincinnati 3. year: S and 'elderly vpeople bunt,for.lf: grippe .. Panamas in ail styles
Nw Yqrk-Brooklyn. fain., I II I, ," says Moore..Bro -;? Eldon, Iowa : : .

1.1.t111i& Men'sFine "Wh al'!-" S. : "We.sell more--of Cha: iberlain's'Cou h : For the Kitchen ; .. i and shapes we have
American, League. Remedy than- any Tether klnd_ It
Won Lost Pet The word "Wh A," used in'calling .. ._ _
seems to.have t Ken tBfe lead over several : 'em to fit head, at
llI I-IilIpI1h1
i ,Detroit ..?.., .A.-. ..4, 3 571 and emphatic,fonnof, "ho,** formerly -. question butt this medicine is.the best i S temperature of the kitchen and the old fashioned coal : prices ranging from
.. ,' '
4 3 571
Washington I '
that can be. procured'for1 coughs and range by using: the used in the Thigh
t'I I :Chicago .1 ,. .4 3 571 same sense. colds, whether it .be/a\.childor\ S6.CO to 510,00.
'Cleveland .' '.. '...3. 3 500 easily proved, for Chaucer hal9io" \ adult that is afflicted.- ':"It al.ways'cure an I .Up-to-Date Gas Heater. 5- .J" :
St. Louis >.' ..3 3 500 in the sense of'halt""("CanterburyTales" .
and .quickly.Sold by all drug. Ini i
cures Let us figure with a water heater to be
you on gas
New York .. ..3 4429 Wh -
t"b Clothes. Boston ...'., ...2 5 286 ) IKing.EdwardIV. gists. ,,4 S .pt> i stalled in your home. The cost is' not great and its .

: had to use this' ,exclamation he ''SKATTNG' '''EVERY : operation is spmewhat less expensive than- the old coal: : YOUR MOMEIT'S WORTH OR fOUR MONEYWhite
Yesterday's Results. actually .turned it j into' "whoo.1' I. war. B/tCK
'5 New and up-to-date rne ol Spring THIS:WEEK,:4,.TO 6. LADIES AND:: -
"Chicago 3 Cleveland'1. "Then the kyng, perceyying the -
ind Summer Suitings: and :Trouser : CRI: DREN., SPECIAL," : RATES.
'ngs. S St Louis 7; Detroit 2. cruell assaille (onset), ;caW} ns. staff .: _' .-i S & Nix

Suits from $17.50 to $50.uO. (Washington-Boston Phnad hia-NeW York. cold, and, with high voice,',cried :whoo!" : GET A PANAMA,'$5.00/$7.50 AND i| Pensacola Gas Company I 29 S. PALAFOX ST.

t Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 ("Eicerpta Historical pageh211)), $10.00 'AT STANDARD 'CLOTHING
PHONE 790.
; Costs Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. Pensacola vs. Barrancas. which stopped,the tournament, and COMPANY' : .., : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
only $1.50 monthfor i
per pressing ; ,
Next there will be what no wonder. : -' -
and small repairs. __ S promises Sunday to be a very. interestinggame London. S t Notes" and WATSON.PARKItRREESE HAVE :............................. .................... .
Dyeing and Cleaning of men's Queries. :
of ball at Fort Barrancas.
i ,- Clothes a specialty. Pensacola }las secured the service ofl MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S Tetley'sTea
Give us a trial We will '
1t-field. which will
a good .
ji business. q i The Harrn qf It ,
; your strength to'.the team The game will "Her"e shouted oI!$\: DREN. S ,. .
$; PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND start on the arrival. of the 2 o'clock I 'thf depot
BLOCKED. train. cial, "what do you. mean by,growing: ..1' .J' .
Sister's Beau.
May 1st the same team will playat those trunks around' like that?' Entertaining
ici REESE-MEN'DEL' TAILORING CO., Palmetto Beach as a p'cnic is The baggageman gasped in astonishment -. While. the swain was, waiting in ,

Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St Lever completed without, a ball game. the parlor for .his inamorata that
.._ and several travelers pinched The taste for T dlley's
....._ ==::= --- .,- --- lady's sister" ventured into
themselves to make' younger
sure that-it was
Ppo| Tournarrjent
room to ntertafu.the caller.
In the Pool Tournament last night real Then the offiejil i spoke againto .& _
''Sister 11 be' down. soon, Mr. j. d,3 E is the most cub
the games resulteqj; as follows C. the baggageman, "Don't-ypu see '
mi Touart won from S. Fulgham 50 to that you're making bigdents.ia this Swilligin, she said. "Say, can you

39; 7J Thomas defeated E. Touart concrete platform?"-;.Kangis; :City tell me when a door is not daor?" tured taste in tea.

OFT 50 to 35. To-nigy. G. Hall vs. C. I' S The young man loSked surprisedat Luptt, id Rklied ISO Hone, ud Footel
: Touart and E. Touart' vs. S. Ful-- ,Independent. the ancient conundrum."That's Ehi46,. fa to wIJ..fE1fl'4f W' fr2 Henb of Ac**
gham. S '' 45 II..j 1T tnptriJ JiputM Troop
Standing of the players. : -. a chestnut:, he said.. "A I (. 7fbP111 2 C* *f UucateJ :+++.............0.......'
v4 .' Won. Lost.C. door is not a door when it is a jar or S JtA I LIStlA; I 'Q L' F"t
And, TU Scuon Larger ._,. r1 iAqi Giluy el Ckwatl
To art .3 1
# NO QMAN' a jam. Tha ;t AIAcS 7/A teen of OUro Pfanm
M. Thomas ., .. ... .. ..3 1 S S 'That's right," said the young sis v V/fsr-Lk7 2 Bufc of Muiiet I JFSMell8nftCojHandle I
SHIRTS E. Touart ,.. .., ,'A .. ..2 2 101-HEW FEATOREM01 zr..ic--t
G. Hall .% .. 2 2 can keep up her, ambition Jf} she is ter gleefully.': "Xow, here's another! :,

I S. Fulgham) ...; .1 3 weak and delicate. Sickness' .brings What makes more.noise than. a pig Superb Street : Nothing tt
S C. Apostle, Jr.,:.- 1 3 on worry,. discontent anij ""the,blues." unde(- S: Parade. S
Ih Every such sufferer should -know that "Little the But
tW .........- A Thousand Pollar't Worth of Good"I if she would only commence.:"takingHostetters girl, interrupted \
,, young man somewhat testily,. "Whyare
have.-teen afflicted wth: kidney
-1u1-- tif
asking me to guess those
and bladder trouble for years, passing you .. .
There won't be a stiff shirt Insight old ?
stones with excruciting gags S
gravel or J Bitters :
Stomach : : of
as soon as the sun comes pain," says .A-JI. Thurnes a well "Why, to entertain you till sister k.. CiVU. .

.. out good and hot knowncoal:, operator of Buffalo O. "I at once, good health. jiappiness .and comes in. Isn't that the way Belle S'TICKtTWACONl.SGENTRY = S :
33il got on relief from medicine until I be- contentment will be her Jiisfv: These are the days when aMian's gan UUimj: Foley's Kidney Cure,'then For 53 years it has bensreagthen- '"What makes think so?" asked u : :
t.9t Shirt is the important the result' was surpris'ng.! A few inig' .weak systems andeuring.Crahp: ; you :

part of his make-up-both for doses 'started the brick-dust-like sub- Vomiting, Backache.Fl.i ting. SpelJ theyung"She man. Clean, heavy clipped White*
stance and Bowl have no pain across f told ma that had
you pro
-4Il looks and comfort. Indigestion Dyspepsia,or Ccstlveness. FLORIDA : Oats. I
my kidneys and I feel like a new man. Try a bottle.. posed several times but. that she No. Bran *
White Corn
It has done me $1000 worth'of good. :
Wi "We've Everything that's good ; ., was going to keep you guessing every > and Shorts, 2.
--- '
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure ;" S .: .
in Summer Shirts. Solid .col every time caUe ." New Yor> of 20 4
1fk you Chick Feed, consisting
form bladder W. -
ot'lddn,1. or disease. APRIL 24th. 1908
Mit ors,'stripes. figures, plain white D'Alemberte, druggist and apothe .t- Herald. : articles for the rapid and :
-- :
etc. cary. OUR healthy growth of the newlY 4

; 'We are showing the Masterpieces Rheumatic The excrucl..Ung'pains Pains Quickly characteristic Relieved.! at 2:15: and 8 o'clock p. m. hatched.Wheat and lixed Feed for *i

of the 'best Shrt: makers Wra. Johnson 6 SonTeul's LAUNDRY of rheumatism and sciatica are '. i the hen. .

tff I .-makers with a reputation.See l quickly relieved by'apply'ing Chamber.: : Cond'tion Powders for horse,
'Teas served free (in Is thoroughly Iain's Pain Balm. The, great pain re cow and poultry.
mqdent and we
our great 50c and $1.00 ,to : lieving power of the liniment )lbeen SHOE STORE Ccnkey's Celebrated Poultry :
are prepared please partcular -
Ulj- lines. Every pattern a new I annex), by an expert. Either. people. Shirts,. Collars I the surprise: and delight of thousand TheEOPLES : Remedies, roupe, cure Cloiera.:

iii hot or Iced. Call at the, .Big I j Cuffs, Shirtwaists.1' dainty sjlnge- ( of .sufferers.. The quick relief cure gape cure and lice k Her .
,one and many of them are exclusive ,
which .it affords is alone If live in town telephone J
from- pain : you
Store and A There is j 1 Tie or what not, receives the
try :
vi with us. cup. cost. For sale us. .
most careful *' worth many times its Leader in Low Prices.
!flavor 1 fragrance-and strength! ': will+be"hanaling returned; peck-!ourIauni1ry by' all d ggists. : I: 32 West Government.! I ,i .T tous.If in neighboring towns write '

in Tetley's Teas' less spotless .and thorNs'ttly
if sent t&e /, -' GET A PANAMA$51A, $7.50 AND '
clean to I .
COMPANY.S h-. _.. -: :'::-- SS": ;: : :': -:: .


CAR CLOTHIER, DREN. Laun4rv.. I i MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'SSHOES ,- from :. Phone 334. |

SKATIMfl' EVERY: AFTERNOON 37 & Sarcfen St. >hpnt r 1U, i .- AND SLIPPERS*FOR' .CHILDREN. I Consumers' and Fuel Company. : Pensacola, Fla. t

Corner Palafu a&d MalaOTi ,. THIS WEEK, 4 .TO 6. LADIES' AND 5P.nh3cAj F.ii-. : ". .:,._... S bj.Corner Chase and T&rraeont. Phone 259. .i.iI

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