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:
March 13, 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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of the Illinois Supreme Court Slayer of Governor Goebel Greatly Disap-

IN SENATE Knocks Out Contention of Street 0 pointed at Decision of United H

Railway Companies. States Supreme Court. ,

0 fin the R Resolution Authorizing Inquiry By Associated Press. ed to the fewer years ar, also extend. Heavily Armed Officers Hurryingto By Associated ?ress. THE DECISION WAS A

Chicago Mar. .-By a decision of ed.The Washington Mar. 12.-The Caleb GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT Of House of Representatives DUB

into Railroad Holdingsof the United States Supreme Court original ordinances granted ,to Scene of Trouble Near Powers case was decided by the Su-
the street car companies were for Cincinnati Mar 12.-When seen in Pensacola at 7:30: o'clock
f Coal and Oil Lands. handed down today the city of Chicago ninety-nine years inside the city limits prem Court of the United States today at the Newport Jail today Caleb Pow-

obtains almost complete control of as they existed in 1865. The companies Vinita I I. T"' : against Powers. The opinionwas ers stated that he was greatly disappointed This Morning.
the local
traction situation. have extended their tracks as .. delivered by Justice Harlan and j at the decision of the Supreme
The decision sustains the acts ot the boundaries of the city have ben Court. He reiterated his often made
held that: .he case was not removable
RATE BILL ARGUEDBy the state legislature! extending the enlarged and claimed the extended I statement that he was not guilty of
life charters Of street railway com- lines which were built under franchises Deputy Marshals, Ambushed And from the state to the federal, courts.I, the charge against him and said that WILL VIEW THE BAY

panies, to 99 years but does not sustain from the city were also operative The case was therefore remanded j all he wanted was a fair trial whichhe
the contention of the companies under the ninety-nine year act Three Shot'Down in Col Blood. back, to the Kentucky state courts. The said he would never get in Ken

By Culberson in Support that contract rights which! are limit This the court den'es.! opinion was unanimous.Changes4May. (tucky.
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From on Board the United States'
of Rescue Work Abandoned .
at Be
CHEROKEE. INDIAN DESPERADOS NecessaryIn Dredge Boat Caucus.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM The Courrieres Coal Pits MAY BE REINFORCEb" BY the President's Cabinet

COMPLY WITH TIILLMAN-GIL- By Associated'Press ings from the decomposing bodies. THEIR TRIBE-MORE BLOODSHED By Associated Press the name of George V. IA Myer of I NESS MEN APPOINTED BY

I Paris lar. 12.:!-All rescue work, has The engineers fear another explosion IS FEARED. Washington Mar. 12.-The personal :Massachusetts at present ambassador CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WILL:
LESPIE RESOLUTION: BY SELECTING .been suspended at the Courrieres pits and therefore ordered up the relief desires and arrangements of some to Russia has been favorably considered -
] gangs at eleven o'clock this morn other members of th.3'' cabinet will with the prospect that he will ACCOMPANY DISTINGUISHED.
SPECIAL COUNSELPRESIDENT where over a. thousand miners lost ing., The engineers will attempt to make necessary some ,shifting aboutin fill the first vacancy. It can be definite- VISITORS-PARTY WILL:
VETOES MIAMI. (FEDERAL their lives Saturday owing to the'danger ventilate the chambers before attempting By Associated Press the president's cabinet in the event Mate: however, that the president DEPARTFOR
from escaping gases and emanat any further resuces. Vinita Indian TerritoryMar.: 12.:!- that Secretary Taft decides to accept has not yet definitely settled MOBILE AT ON EO'C LOCK.
COURT BILL. Heavily armed officers late, today are the prefferred place on the Supreme 11)- just what these changes will
hurrying from all parts of the terri-! Bench to succeed Justice 'B.rown. and .

Witnesses must the 'scene five miles
Testify tory to twent The special tram bearing the members -
southast of Vin'.ta.; in the Cherokee
By Associated Press. of the Rivers and Harbors committee
Washington. Mar. 12. There was a In Anti-Trust Law Suits nation where the Wickliffe outlaws Jerome Brings Libel Suits of the House of Representatives -
killed three deputy marshals Sunday
sharp division! of opinion in the senate wno are on a tour of inspectionof
today over the question of whether night and at last reports:!were still :southern ,ports will reach Pensa
The TilhnanXSiUespie resolution I battling with the remaining officers. I Against New York Papersappeared cola this morning at 7:30 o'clock, provided
instructing the Interstate Commerce I By Associated Press. ,Ito'! writs of habeas corpus instituted Because of the bitterly: cold< weather the train is on time. The committee
Commission to inquire into railroad Washington Mar 12.-The "Tobac'iu the court for the southern district and mountainous- country lha:: officers. has been out from Washington r

holdings of coal and oil lands was of a'co trust" cases, involving the right of.of New York, whose decision was af- will not be able) to organize their By Associated Press in the papers named in the for a about a week and has visiteda i
character justifying the president's I witnesses to refrain from testifying,firmed. forces for the'attack before toinorlow. .-I New York Mar. 12.-District: Attar issues o!. March 8. number of Georgia and Florida: ,
I' These cases involved the broad The editorial In the Evening Journal ports, spending a few hours at each 1
message regarding it. I before federal juries in proceed- question of the ney William Travers Jerome today '
grand right of a federal According to a report received here dealt with contributions which itteas place.
Senator Tillman complained that: ings under the anti-trust law, was today grand jury to brought two libel suits for one hundred -
compel witnesses to an- full blooded Indians are going to sup- alleged had been made for Mr. When the train reaches the depot
the president had charged congress!' decided by the Supreme Court swer questions ana' as this question port the Wlckliffes.. who are Cherokee. thousand +collars each one Jerome's campaign fund during his recent -this morning the committee will be
Tiift insinceritypretense, .and ignorance -,lot; the United States against the. wit hay arisen in many, federal' ,courts ,the Indians. .... against th,-..New'+York American and contest for re-election as district met by a special committee from the
and Senators Lodge and Spooner nesses. decision in this case has been looked the other against-theew Yorbf EvenIng attorney The editorial In the American Chamber of Commerce; composed of
took the position that the chargeof I The. cases ,grew out of proceedings I forward to with considerable Interest. THREE DEPUTIES Journal. The suits wer filed in was a criticism of Mr.. Jerome's twenty-five prominent business menu

ignorance was warranted. The de- ... .. .. KILLED IN FIGHT the Supreme Court and the complaints alleged attitude in the case of a man who will accompany the congressmento
Gate was spirited but was interrupted were based on editorials which who confessed to jury irregularities. the Com man Jane ia street wharf
ai ;2: o'clock when the railroad rate bill' PRESIDENT OfARGENTINE where the entire party wftl l go on
Vinita Indian Territory, liar. 12.Six -
was called up and Senator Oulberson'CITY board the dredge Caucus which has
made a two hour legal argument !in BOARD OF deputy United States marshalswere I the Cherokee supreme court. They been placed at the disposal of the
which he bill of his ambused in Spavinaw Hills I. T. credited with other crimes..
supported a own DEAD are many committee by Capt. J. E. Turtle. Captain
which he introduced as a substitutefor last night by a band ,of outlaws. In More bloodshed is feared as it is FOUNDATION FOR Dunn brought the dredge TIP to
the {jundlng house bill. the 'fight following three of the depu-I reported that many of the Coun? ? the-city last night and she will be
Senators Elkins and Bacon announced By Associated Press. ties: F. T. Gilstrap of Kansas, Otis Indians in the Spavinaw. Hills are joining relay to receive the distinguished party -
that they would discuss the resolution : HEALTH IN 'Tuttle of Vinita. and R chari Carey, the Wickliffes. ; this morning when they leave their
and message later and that i Buenos Ayres, Mar. 12.-Dr. Manuel I of Tal?quah, were killed. A number of famous Indian fighters -i I train.;
several others would do the same. Quintana. president of the Argentina Thomas Wofferd. a deputy who escaped are among the posses hunting the THE BlOUNT The Caucus will steam down the
Republic, died yesterday of catarrhal I carried the news to Talequah, outlaws. bay allowing the visitors a good op-
COMMITTEE PREPARINGFOR pneumonia after a long Illness. He and Marshal Daraugh issued ordersto portunity to view the harbor and note
THE INVESTIGATION SESSIONCity every deputy in the Northern District ARGUMENT COMMENCEDIN its importance and will continue out
was seventy one years of age and was of Indian Territory to go ,to the CASE OF !PACKERSBy to where the dredging Is being done.

Washington, Mar. 12-The Inter- S regarded as one of the ablest. lawyersin scne. BUIlDING The return trip will then be made
rate: Commerce Commission has taken his country. Six'deputies were hunting the Wlck- Associated Press reaching the city about noon when
preliminary steps toward compliance Vice President Alcorta. the new liffes for the murder of Deputy Vier Chicago Mar. 12.-Final evidencewas the committee will board their train
with the Tillman-Gillespie resolution Health Officer Recommendedthe president is in thorough last March. submitted and arguments commenced and depart at, 1 o'clock for Mobile, i'
adopted sympathywith The outlaws' are believed to beheaded 'In the Packers case late to- where they will spend a few hours.
the commission to congress make inquiry directing into of the policy of his predecessor ands ) by Charlie John and Thomas day. The arguments will probablylast Workmen were Engaged Tester In the party ,are Congressman
the alleged restrants of certain Appointment Many popular in the country. Wickliffe sons of a former justice of several dajs.M Sparkman the ranking Democratic
member of the committee, and Con r_
in handling coal and oil. The More Inspectors. day in Making Excavations. gressman Lamar who ts making the ,
step was the .
selection of
trip with them on account of the fact
counsel in investigation and today Machinery Arrives. that a number of the.ports visited by
the commission announced that Ed- the committee are In his olstrlct. .
*srd R Whitney of New York and A meeting of The City Board of Those who are supposed compose I

'U'm A. Glasgow, Jr., of Philadelphia. Helath was held yesterday at noon, The first work towarois the erectionof the party are: Congressmen Lk nenor,
tad been retained as counsel. While Major Bliss presiding. The meetingwas /2 the seven-story Blount building at Acheson Bishop DavidSon. McLach- I

Mole hearings will be held here it will] a regular one, ,and considerable ( th.9 corner of Palafox and Garden Ian Lorimer Bede, 'ones. Ellis
probably be necessary to conduct hearIngS transacted. streets was done yesterday morning Sparkman. Randall Burgess. Humphrejs .
in other cities. business was when a force of workmen were en- Adamson. Haxdwlck. Maynard.
The question of the employment of r gaged In making excavations and get- Sherman McGann. Hepburn. Mann,
PRESIDENT VETOES more sanitary Inspectors at this sea- i ting ready to put in the foundation for Griggs Richardson (of Alabama),

MIAMI COURT BILL son of'the year was discussed the city the big building. To-day a larger Alexander; Mrs. Acheson Miss Ache-
force of men will be at work and the Mrs. McLachlan, Mrs. Ellia Mrs.Maynard '
health officer recommending the employment work will be rushed as fast as possi son .
Wellington.! Mrs. Bishop Mrs. Hepburn.Mrs.
Mar. 12.-111e
president of at least a dozen extra men.
today vetoed the bill I! ble. Mann Mrs. Griggs Mrs. Adam- !
providing funds the
for As the board has no for employment F. Berne chief engineer and superintendent -
sittings of the United States dis-}I of any Inspectors other than of the. Southern Ferro Con- son 1 it
tnrl Jones -
last night Secretary: received
< rcuit courts. Southern' District the regular ones the matter was referred Y y t .,, 4 + crete Company"and E.V. Monteur. lAte '
fir telegram from CongressmanSparkman' :
Florida I a
at Miami. In his message to city council. in the
to the general foreman are now ,city dated at Bainbridge Ga.,
.the House, where the bill orlginatta. The unsanitary condition of the and will remain here during the con that he expected the committee .
*! the president said there appeared streets, cars was then brought 'up anc.1 struction of the building. They were stating would be late in arriving In Pen
U to he nothing to demand a term discussed at some length. It was de- on the grouna1: during yesterday and sacola. as, they had been ''I1 la1ect.
court: at Miami. cided that the 'citj health officer detail attention to the char-
? paid particular somewhat at Bainbridge, but he hoped
one of the Inspectors to look after 'i(2' acter of the soil as the excavationswere the train would reach here at. the
the condition cf the cars and see made.A hour scheduled.
HOUSE INCENSEDAT that they are kept in a sanitary and lot of machinery to be used In
healthy condition. the the erection of the building has
Th,9 anti-spitting law was then discussed ; f, Y 04, reached the city. It consists of steam : ORGANIZED STATE
THE SENATEBECAUSE at some length as it was concrete mixers steam hoisting machines
shown that the ordinance prohibiting \t\ I )VJJJ' .etc.. and this will be placed
expectorating on cars was defective.It / ill ia position to-day or to-morrow, or as BANK AT CHIPLEY
was decided to ask' the council to ( soon as it is taken from the cars.
OF LATTER'S DISAP- amend the ordinance so as to makeit 1 : The contractors expect to have the I

more effective. r foundation completed within eighteen Special to The Journal.
PROVAL OF MEASURES PASS- !Street car femfcrs were talked on, 1k,4\\ ? i days providing no obstacles are t'ncount"red : Chlpley Fla.. Mar. l2.-The State
but no action was taken as the city ) t I IIt and as soon as this ts finished Bank of Chipley was organized here
ED BY THE HOUSE. already has an ordinance coveringthis t the'actual work on the building !I this afternoon with a capital of twen-

matter. CANT{L y will commence. t".five thousand dollars. F. Bullock Is
By Associated' PrenWashington. l Talk president; A. I* MeXeal,' vlc presl.
I 4Ctlslatlon < 'Mar12: .-Statehood dent; Charles B. Dunn cashier: A. I* }
d.seusston formed one of the topics of NO GARBAGEWAGON 1 COL. MANN Wells assistant cashier: and F. Bul
et the White House today. REBAIh McKeal.
lock Charles B. Dunn A. L. r
1I..lit of ped from calls upon: the pres- FOR FOUR DAYS \\r3 INDICTEDHELD T. J. Watts A. L. Wells. J. W. Williams
tentative s"eaker! Cannon and Repre- I ; \J. Brown Farrlor 1 '. O. Butter
"Watson of Indiana the rePublican Sr., and WE. Coleman form the
"w.( of the house that board of directors. '
at members the Of the Hous- were incensed Resident on certain portions of FOR PERJURY IN CONNECTION Committees to draft by-lawg and secure
Senate not only! on the stated East Hill are very properly dissatis- grn tt S v F /i buildings and fixtures were ap
T by but on other measures pass- fiea'' with the servic which the gar TALK t I pointed. Butler & Simmons were employee
eel\'d the house which had' been retc -I bage carts are giving In' that ,part of TRIAL. to prepare the charter and the
w th disapproval by the sen- the eft)'. On a portion at least of the bank will begin business Just as soon
House! Ir Watson was positive the route where garbage is gathered Sat as the charter can be procured.
\\'oul la' not concur in the senate urdays no garbage wagons appeared
axendme acs to the statehood bill. last Saturday and garbage cans which i U By Associated Pres Henry' Promotion.
had been put out that 'day remainedout r1|N I New York. Mar. 12.Colonel William London. Mar. 12.-The Standard'
Fire In Texas. until Monday As Thursday was JTAfE- D Mann editor of Town Topics Berlin correspondent says that Emperor
Amarillo, Texas Marli: -THe Car- the last day on which garbage was $ was indicted today for perjury bas don William! during the summer, Intends
ass Jonb" V5' the largest !in the city gathered on the route referred to, it :I I his testimony in the recent trial of to gazette l his brother. Prince
"ro to J destroyed by fire today. Is readily! seen that four days elapsed Norman Hapgood.. editor-of Collier's Henry of Prussia as commander in
ei'al Io I s m,000' partially covered during which time people' could not !MAGICIAN SENOR SAM: **RE A1A.Y IT IS AMAZING THE YARDS;AND .YARDS',OF, THIS STUFF I Weekly, on the charge -of, criminal chief of the entire German fleet oo
tax Urance, I get their garbage haujed away.' GET'Ol'T) OF THIS. IL..TJ ." I libel t : a.c.tJ.JA FarttiCi '


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J t', ': oM" Sect on.t.* .That Section Ninety (90) of violating any provision of this
..HH #fl HH Ho$ R iK .. M."if"r shall be or*.
it'f of the Code of Ordinances of 1902 lie, nance punished by a fl
IJ 1 Direst! from Our DIstillery to YOU and the same is hereby amended so exceeding Fifty ((50)) Dollars, or tow 11't

The Journal'sa Daily ,Short Story Saves Dealers' Profits as tread\ '.as follows! r prisonment not exceeding thirty r

I Prwnts Adulteration "Sec. 90. That from and after the days, or by both such fine and im, !

j: A HomeTo : adoption of this ordinance all side onment "nwSec.
walks on both sides of all streets (ex 6. That this ordinance
A Present from an Enemy | HAYNERWHISKEY I cept Bra Street) within the limits take effect Immediately oa nat

., v (bounded as follows tbwlt: On the age and approval and shall! remJs.
have a happy home you must have children, BY.HOWARD FIEUDING. ,. $ North by the North line of Belmont force during the year 1906.4Sec. .

makers. If weak Street, on the South by the South line 7 That all ordinances
happy-home a li!
are great
as they I | Copyright, 1905 by Charles W* Hooks. of Main Street, on the East by the parts of ordinances in conflict act!t

1w woman, you can be made strong enough to bear rlUi ###a iWi H 4 ..iI .**** East line of Tarragona Street and on with bo and the same'are herebye rT;

& : healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to the West by the West line of Baylen pealed.. *

"T : Street, and also, both sides of Pal- : Passed ,February 28, 1906.)
totter to light your dark but Davis swimmIng .on
yourself by taking the officer saw '
,&r 'DO lamp," said the traveling with nla' hands stuck out In front A FULL QUARTS SQ.20 afo Street extending from the Norta Approved March 3. 1S06.
*f CHARGES 1*- line of Hickory Street to the North CHAS. H. BUSS
salesman. ,"I can see to of him. ThTn he sank, and that was
of Jack.30a'Street and 1 oth Attest: Mayor of Pensa'coi
line on >
WINE drink In the dark the end of him. I wonder that you We will send you In I Dials! sealed sides of all Streets which the City C. EMERRITT.. Clerk. .*
"We'll get some moonlight If I leave never heard the story, though It'& nearly case with DO marks to show contents,
CARDUI hereafter or otherwise per
curtain the "
the responded druggist
up twenty years old now. t which it An Ordinance Relating to
HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for manently improve, or may Mortm-
.tk1r! OF "though" .I'm on the shady_side of The druggist bad started up out of $3.20 and wt will pay the exprtM csa authorize to be paved or so improved, Records. :'

I the street. his chair and was leaning forward charges. Try it. have your doctor test shall be of stone, cement, asphalt,. or Be it ordained by the Mayor and tti
"I guess that's where want to it.test It any way you like. It you of
you staring into Barnes' face., Ills mouth some product thereof. Council the City of Pensa
I Woman's Relief be in such a dry town 03 this," said was half open but he seemed incapablet and dOll't find test) It all whiskey right and you the ever purest 'Provided: Until January 1st, 1908 Section 1. That upon the death rt

I the salesman. "The shadier you are > speaking. Indeed his aspect was so tasted. ship back to us at any existing sidewalk on both sidesof any persqn within the corporate Ua

t the more business you can do.: Are strange that Barnes took him by the I our expense and your $3.20 Belmont Street between the East of the City of Pensacola, the ata?

rrgii: It will ease away all your }pain? reduce inflammation I they making you much trouble?" arm and shook him. I wiU be promptly refunded. line of Tarrangona Street and the ing 'physician, or, I If there be no fttsiclan.

% 4 cure leucorrhea (whites)y,falling womb, ovarian The druggist had 'put some glassesand "Handcuff! gasped Sempler and At our distillery one of West line of Baylen Street both sidesof the nearest relations, oj

: trouble disordered backache headache 'a bottle upon a table and had he put up his hands to his forehead. the largest: and best 'Tarragona, Guillemarde Palafox there be no relations, the underui.;
menses, equipped In the world we jyauvas between the if there be no undertaker
glanced toward the-wlndow to assure "What the deuce"his friend began. and Baylen Streets, North or, the s J
; 441 etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it. himself that no one couldf.see In from "Barnes," explained Sempler, "since distal gallons aa of average PURE of WHISKEY 9.580 _- ._ line of i Belmont Street and the North oner, shall report the same within for:.

At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. the street. The other side of the way the world ,began there has never been a day. When you __ line of Wright Street on both! Sides eight (48) hours thereafterto theC;:%
WHISKEY _____ of Palafox Street between the South Clerk. using blank forms for this
was all in vivid moonlight; the snow anything like this. I can't believe It.The buy HAYNER jt>
sparkled with myriad jewels, and the ,it eoeadjrect toyou io line of Belmont Street and the North pose furnished by the City It siij
we thing la Impossible.' I from our distillery, thus line of Jackson Street. constructed in be the duty of each anJ every
WRITE US A LETTERfredy "DUE TO CARDUIand white fronts of the quaint old stores He walked to the table and poured assuring you of perfect accordance with existing ordinancesof taker to obtain. and furnish the catr-

;4 and frankly, teWng us all your nothing else, is my baby girl,nov glared as if the worn paint upon them out some liquor. His band: was so'unsteady I purity and saving you thedealers' material other than stone cement Clerk with a certificate which Cy:
-.1i troubles. We will send free advice (inplain two weeks old," writes Mrs. J. P. bad been" miraculously renewed. In that the'bottle rattled against big profits. HAY- &!3
: I B-R WHISKEY is asphalt, or some product thereof, maybe contain the name age, race and
> pret _
). Address la- West of Webster "She
sealed envelope : City Iowa. the midst of the brightness appearedthe the glass.
ftcribed by doctors and repaired to extent not exceed- details of every person Interred
an :
dles' Dept..The Chattanooga 13 a fine healthy babe and we Ate t ir:
Advisory ,
tall figure of a man clothed all in "It's used in hospitals and by half a million sat
Co. Chattanooga Tenn. both Incredible Incredible he con- ing ten per cent. ((10%) of the total in ,forty-eight ((4S) hours thereaton :
Jlediane doing nicely.
fi3I black. lie walked briskly to one of ; isfied customers. That's why YOU,should
tinued blank forms to be
choking with the fiery liquid. it. amount of such sidewalk with the furniahea :j-j:
t-------- the stores and halted, disappointed. "But, listen. ,In October I was walkingIn try WBITZ: OUK KXABXST OITICS same material of which it is con undertakers for this purpose 67 tt

"There's a customer for you," eaid the woods, up along the shore of the THE HAYHER DISTILLING CO. structed. City.

3rT -- -- ,' .' the salesman. "Your 'venerable competitor bay by Blackburn point. I bad these1with Section 2. That this ordinance 6ec2. That no person thaI:! biry
has shut up shop for the night" me." And he ATLANTA GA. DAYTON. 0. shall take effect immediately. .. or place in a tomb or remove fronfr,
----1 : ripped open a cup-
: jJJi That man will never come over board and took out a big pair of field i Order for Aiii.Cal.CoL,Idaho Moot.Ne Section 3. That all ordinances, City or otherwise dispose of the boir l

here," said the druggist "I e trades glasses: "I started to look out over N.Nez the ba-ti.On of. CUh 4<*l SRTSIor$400b Wait., or Wj-o axmi..psa.PAID "most bon .. and parts of ordinances, in conflict of any human IcIng! who shall (*ta

exclusively with Dr. Columbus Hatch, the bay from a little hill on the point I .or SO<|CAST4 tot$!*-* by KRtlUHT FKCP1LU.DiSTUXXBT. herewith be and the same are hereby the'City- or be brought into the cry::

m7 venerable competitor." and ,TBOT.O. ESTABLISHED 1868. repealed. for burial, without first roportiiis the
was adjusting my glasses when I I
r1 PAY BILLS "Matter of sentiment, I suppose. happened to focus them on the top of :303 Capital 500000.00 Paid In Full. Passed: March 2, 19>06. death to the Health Officer and o 'ailo -

Hatch Is an old timer, and you're'an ft spruce tree'that, grew at the foot of j Approved,, March 3. 1906. ing a permit from ihim for the bunj::
of the of such
Intruder." t CILVS. H. BLISS, body peraon
- .
a \1111. i laW a queer bunch on the See .3 That all sextons i
:Mayor of Pensacola.Attest oversee,
: The druggist tapped the bottle with apenciL tree, and presently I made it out to be
AdvertisementsProposals :. C. E. MERRITT. or opier: persons who may have rolotrol : forC
some sort of an iron thing that had Legal City Clerk over any cemetery in the Cry
"It's a matter of that," he said. grown int8 the wood-a thing: with a shall make weekly reports to the

WITH CHECKS "Temperance crank?' queried the piece of chain on It. I took It to be a Bureau of Supplies will. be received and Accounts at the, An Ordinance,to Provide for the Payment '. Health,Officer of all interments male, het.t.n

salesman setting down his glass. sort of trap which some boy years ago of the Expenses of the Boardof during the week in the "enee": <

"Well Fu hardly like to call that fellow bad hung on the tree and forgotten. Navy Department. Washington, D. C., (Bond Trustees of the City of whereof they are such sextons, or sp
until, 10 o'clock a. m. March 21, 1906
.. L a crank, said the druggist. "He'sa I Barnes, It was a pair of handcuffs! aod publicly opened immediately Pensacola: overseers, respectively, and shall state
smooth proposition. I'm more afraidof "But-but what It specifically in said reports the names
was doing way up furnish :Be it ordained by the Mayor and the
thereafter to at the
4; Hundreds of people now pay all their bills by check!? him than of all the others navy 10
-j put to there on the top of the tree?" stam- Pensacola, Fla., a quantity of naval Council of the City of Pensacola: and ages of the persons interred,their

-their grocery bills, coal bills telephone bills, light gether. He'll run me out of this town if mered Barnes."Eighteen supplies, as follows: Sch. 396;. Ties. Section 1. That the Finance Committee sex, color and place of bird, and the

bills] etc. It's so much more convenient to write a I don't look sharp." years ago," said Sempler, -Sen. 397; Incandescent lamps taps, of the City Council of the Cityof locality and date of death. as (the

check for the amount than to have to carry jour "Who Is her"Minister "that tree wasn't more than six feet drills, tools hardening steel phosphor 'Pensacola is hereby authorized and same appears from the burial perm Wit

money around in jour pocket. It's economical too, of the Stone church. up on ".1lgh." tin, brushes, silver lead. Applications empowered, to approve and audit any issued by saM Health Officer '0,
Sea 4. That :
Court street His name Is Ormond "Well" for proposals should designatethe and all expenses declared to be neces any person contc'eiof
: for it keeps you from spending for many things you violating any portion of this ori e:
Davis. Board of Bond Trusteesin
"Well, this ia what happened, continued schedules desired by number. sary the
I : r see as is often the case with your money In yourpocket The salesman walked to the window Sempler. "Your friend Davis Bank! proposals -will be furnished and'about the'preparing, engraving, nance shall be punished by a fine c%

Small, well as large, accounts welcomeJ.t and looked The advertising and selling the Improve- exceeding Fifty ($50.00)) Dollars or w
3 as cautiously out. Rev. slipped one of his cuffs In the water upon application to the navy pay office thin

'I.iJ. Mr. Davis was standing on the rickety= and managed: to get ashore. Then he Pensacola, Fla. or to the Bureau. ment Bonds of the City of Pensacola, Imprisonment days or both not such exceeding fine and imp>- .J.>>

wooden platform iA front of Dr. Co- slipped the other cuff and tossed them H. T. B. Harris, Paymaster General authorized to be issued under an Act merit
U. S N. of the Legislature of the State of -
lumbus Hatch's store and was Intently away, and they caught on the tree, or 2-26-06 Sec 5. That this ordinance i&J
Florida 12tn 1905 and
6mar13. approved viewing the moonllght'o.n the river. perhaps he hung-them: up, thinking the by ordinances of the City of Pensacola, take effect immediately on its passes
r'FIRST His face was clearly Illumined. tree would hide them. At I and approval.
any rate
NATIONAL BANK An Ordinance: to Privide for the 'Extermination adopted July 19th, 1905, and January
: "That man looks mighty familiar to there they are: and you know well far !Sec. 6. That all ordinance:. or
or Mosquitoes, and the 4th. 1S06.! (} and to approve, in so as
me, said the salesman. "How of ordinances in conflict tr-
long enough that a pair of handcuffs In that Destruction of their Larvae. such expenses are concerned, any contract parts sacit'

lz OF PENSACOLA. FLA.W ; has'he., .been In this town?" out of the way place settles the whole Be it ordained by the Major and; made by said trustees involv with are hereby repealed. .

; "A couple of years," was the reply. story. If they're not John Davis'they're Council of the City of Pjsnsaoola expenses.: Ail such expenses Passed February 28. 1906. 'J

I4:ig'4, H KNOWI.MI T.\V.BRENT Pre and W.W K.N.HTBR KOBBRTW,JH,Asst.V,-Proa.Caahier and Cashier.' "He; seems to have considerable 'polleven" / not anybody's. The man didn't Section 1. It shall be the duty: of when so approved by the Finance Approved (March 3, 1906. th('

( DIKBCTOR5-F. C. Brent, W. A, Blount. W. H. ,Knowlea. W. K. Hyer Jr.. wth- people who dont eo to his drown. and I've got him!" all persons residing within the corporate -Committee shall' be allowed and paid. CHAS II BLISSAttest In
,W1 D. G. Brent." church or to any church at alL I've I 'This Is tlaec.strangest"thfng I ever limits of the City of Pensacola Sec. 2. That for the payment of :" Mayor of Pen acolx En,

bad trouble with him, and I'm going to I I beard of." said Barnes. to cover or screen, and to keep covered the expenses' of aid Board, as herein C. EL MERRITT. Clerk 'J

-_ ---- have more.. "When you mentioned Blackburn or screened with wire netting provided, the sum of Ten Thousand In witcoat
Eacambla Circuit Court
r----------_ ,"This Is the first chance I've had to point," said Sempler,'"I thought of the cot larger than number eighteen ((18)) ($10,000.00) Dollars or so much thereof tate of Florida.County G E. Anthony, ccm-: :

1l do business for myself," he continued."I only time I was there and the look"of mesh all cisterns, tanks, reservoirsincluding as may be necessary,is hereby appropriated *.. J-'ant vs. Ha Anthony, defenda't!! papa1'
( flush tanks to water out of thi General 'Fund in
was clerk In a New York store and that thing: In the tree just leaped up Upon motion of complainant. It closets not In
; No. 8SO3. daily use) or other the City Treasury which is not otherwise
was on a vacation when I happened to before me like a picture. I must find op<>n bodies standing water upon appropriated. ordered that the defendant lie and IsIs '

: f'4i r C.W. LAMA! President. JOHN PFEIfFEIL Asflttint Cuhitr. strike this town. It's a great place In It" 'j their premises. oSec. 3. Thaf this! ordinance shall required to appear to the tIIIJ!) of

0.y-, V.! E. CURIfvVJM-Preildent and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. the summer. I stopped off here a few "That won't be so easy." Section. 2. "Whenever it is not take effect Immediately upon its passage complaint filed against him, oa >xe Dix
"I will find It!! exclaimed Semp'ler."And 20th day of March A. D 1906) aol hi'Bo;
days and found that there was no drug practicable to screen or cover any cistern and approval.
I gist except that old fossil Hatch, who now tell me more about Davis." tank, reservoir or other open Passed March 2. 1906. that this order be published once a 1 1
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK "I don't bodies of water the w\ ek for four ((4) weeks in The P<'n- .
is the worst prohibition crank In the know any more, responded as required by Approved March, 3. 1906.
sacola Journal. Thus done ordered )'o
bunch and wouldn't 'sell whisky even Barnes. "I left Gloucester a few weeks foregoing section it shall be the dutyof CIIAS. H. BLISS, bA
I 0' PENSACOLA ft*. afterward and never went back." the occupant of the premises to oil Attest: Mayor of Pensacola.C. at Pensacola. on this 20Ji lajr of
on a prescription."Well .
of February A. D. 1906. A. VI 1 MfMlllan. -
with kerosene all such cisterns
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. I *ad few "See this man tomorrow and make H MERRITT. Clerk. ', sld
< a hundred dollars, I tanks reservoirs or other open bodiesof Clerk. by L. G. AjrnarA (0 (
and I came down here and took this sure of him. (seal) 20febcawU'In J
; standing water at least fifteen
11 CAPITAL STOCK, 200009. SURPLUS, $60,059. "I'll do that said Barnes every An Ordinance to Provide for the
I "but It
store, getting stock on'credit. In
S my a ((15)) Jlays using not less than one of Fever Cases and 'It.Q'
Prompt Report
DIRECTORS. Uttle more than a year I've squared up must be on ,the quiet. I don't want to ounce of kerosene to every fifteen ((15) to Protect the Public Against the Escambla County Circuit Court.
everything and have laid some money be dragged Into anything as a wit feet of surface oiled. When premiseson : State ,of Florida. In Chancen tde5:: Onset
Recurrence of Yellow Fever in the
4t) Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, away." ness." which any such cistern, tank, Dathe vs. Max Dathe. Divorce Oa Ilk
; J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W. L,mar, City of pensacola: the 2nd of l 0.
4 e. "Must be a thirsty town" said Sempler laughed. reservoir: or other open body of water Monday day April. 1
> .qt Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin' J. Sounders, Barnes. "It will be quiet," he said. "Do you shall ba unoccupied, it shall be the Be it the Mayor: and 1906. the defendant. Max Pathtis required
-.1, A.M.ery.. W. H. Milton. 0. E. Maura, Council of the City of Pensacola: 41 duty of theowner of such premises, to appear to the till alan
"It's town where the suppose I'll say a word to anybody? Section 1 it shall be the
a That
!;r W. Cavtthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, MiKenzle Oertlng, thirsty ones or the agent thereof, to cause the against him herein. This order '0 05 ,
have to to said the Not much! This Is a private matter of physician practicing in
C. E. Clark. come me duty
: AlevMcGowIn M. Covlngton, M. druggist, same to be covered, or screened, or every published once each week for 14)> fo"r Ito
"and take what I give 'em and between themlnister and me. I'll let the City, of Pensacola during the
Th pay Pensicoli
; my oUed, a.;; is provided in this and the consecutive weeks In The
r '4 Accountsof Banks, Individuals Corporations and Firms Solicited. price for It. See?" him alone, and he'll let me alone. foregoing' section. period beginning March_1st. and end Journal ''a newspaper published) ta J

Four cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. "As I sell you most of your back room That's all I'll ask of him. He won.t, Section 3. Whenever it shall be ing November 1st. to report in writing Bald Escambia county. A. M MrlM- U!

per stock," said Barnes, with a laugh, "I (Continued l on Page Six) impossible to either'screen or oil any to, the City Health Officer all lan Clerk Circuit Court B' i
see rtectly:' cistern tank reservoir, or other open cases of acute fever which may come D..C.. Pensacola. Fla. Ff'1) tllf,
-------- of water herein before within his knowledge or observation 2ifeboa'41\ re
boay provided
--- ,- Barnes was staring out of the wk. as 20, 1906. .
;k . . ... .. .......................o.. dow. it shall be the duty of the owner, together with the name and addressof neBo
or agent of the. premises, or the occupant the person having such fever, within
President W. MENEPEK. Cashier. NOTICE.
? J \ "I believe I'll take a closer look at DON'T WAITUNTIL .
1 I R. 3!. GARY. VlcePresldent.E. that fellow" said he. "I'll be back In thereof, if the same be occu twelve ((12)) hours after the discovery Notice Is hereby: given to creditor', Eel
; Tied, to stock the annie with minnows of' such case. or cases. legatees, distributees, and all ota<'r )
t': t PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA. a few minutes." YOU'RE SICK cr small fish, and to keep the same so Sec. 2. In any or all such cases re persons having claims or: demands fiT
The Rev. Mr. Davis had turned from before getting a bottle of Hostetter's stocked. ported to him the City Health Officer Bahll t J.
Director-4 J. R<**v.a J. 8. Reese W. DeC. KUllc, R. M. against the estate of Wm.
; $ Gary, his contemplation of the river and had stomach Bitters. Get It today and by Section 4. It shall be the duty of shall, subject! to such! rules and regulations ceased, to present the same sith5' : >ll
A. D'Alemberte T. A. ,
]I W. Jennings J. J. Hooton.
I TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING ,BUSINESS. begun to ascend the hill. From his taking a dose before meals keep well i all persons residing within the corporate as may be prescribed by the two (2)) years, to the undent gneJ. &t Tb

&ii YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. window the druggist saw'Barnes cross and 'hearty., This is the secret of the! limits of tha City of Pensa-- City Board of Health be empoweredand Cottage Hill, Florida, who has taxes 90th'

iruI .............................................. .... the street and follow In the minister's good health of thousands!:? of persons. cote to empty at least! every seven required I investigate the case out letters testamentary upon !n<- estate ,
f steps. It may have been twenty minutes Hosteller'sSlomach t'ays all kegs, barrels, boxes, jars or or cases so reported to him, and if he of the said deceased. amanh1F. Wa
later when he returned to the other vessels, or receptacles of what has any doubt or suspicion concerning Hahn Executrix emaroaw* sa:
store. He seemed much perplexed Bitters soever! kind upon their premises, the nature of*the illness, he shall CO!
41t L.HILTON OKEKJf,PaumU'r' T.E WKLLSS: VIO.-Pa&IJIDWi'' "Dr. Sempler this Is which contain water, unless ths same report the fact immediately to the In Escambia County Circuit Mwrt,
: '.R..M.BUlJHNFUj\iUJIna. MANSFIELD MORENO, .Ouurr.t a queer case, shall be securely covered or
kept .
is "
he said. "I the best health maker and perserv- resident Agent of the State Board of State of Florida. In Chancen
could that that fellow
Citizens National Bank is John Davis swear, whom I used to er ever discovered and always cures screened, and all such persons, or Health, and shall aid and assist sucn F. Croal, complainant vs Josephine fc.. nil

know fifteen In Colds, Headache, Grippe, General Debility their agents who may own any vacant Agent in such other or (further! investigation Croal. defendant.. On Monda* 1jM of PeBuool ,loriia.DIRECTORS. or eighteen fears ago Indigestion or Female Ills. lot within the corporate limits as may be necessary to determine 9th day of April, A. D. 1906. )blt 4-!
.. Gloucester. of the City of Pensacola shall causjto RI
the nature and of
cause such rpQJir
., r Ge*.,W;Wright. )lorn.Bear. T.E WeUea. Rix M.Robimon. L. Hilton Gn.n. "Did you speak to him?" asked the be removed therefrom all 'barrels, case ,or cases. And the City Health fendant Josephine E.bill Croal.filed is! wal ;
ed to to
i A GENERAL 04JVKIJVC BUSIN188 JRHNSACTfO&AJEI : druggist kegs, glass or crockery, tin or woodenware Officer is hereby authorized and empowered her appear This order to 1)1P1 *!i'
Barnes shook his head. Marine Grocery Co. boxes, jars, or any other vessei to enforce the fumigation of ed once herein.each? week for four ,* con' 3
which contain
or receptacle may .
"He can't be John Davis he answered !
any place, building or premises where PensamiJo'' ':
secutive weeks in The
water unless the shall be kept
"because John Dam Is dead. 604, 606, 60S, 610 S. Palafox St. : securely, covered or same screened. any such case of fever exists or may nal a newspaper published ID :-ua, ESt
and If there's to figure out have been with such l.\fr\lI.lan
any way disinfectants M.
Phone 725. cambia County.
kt Section 5. That any 'person convicted -
R Itf. : -..- ,.... /no. Ha.t.". that he Is John Davis ;you don't want of 'VIolating provision of and in such manner as may be prescribed Clerk Circuit Court by L (> aytnard: ,
r,... '' '''_ ** 'r.Whole..l. V. any '* p!.
and Retail DuUr ia- him to be put upon is guard just yet"Bempler J. VIDAL, Manager. this ordinance shall be punished by A by the rules and regulations D. C.. Pensacola, Fla., M-tni' '. "
showed his excitement. fine not exceeding Fifty ((50) Dollarsor of the City Board of Health. (Seal) emaroa: ",4' ntT

StecmDomestiAnthradte COAL "You don't mean to tell me that THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO by imprisonment not exceeding :I Sec. 3. Whenever any physician T11:,

and Blacksmith there's anything crooked about this EAT thirty (30) days. or by both such fine practicing his profession -within the NOTICE

omoe-No. 43 South Palalox street Telephone 93. man?" he demanded. "That would be Just Received: and imprisonment. City of Pensacola shall be called to Notice hereby given hat n "!' 10B4
6. That this ordinance see or attend any ease of acute fever 1906. I will> &
Section 6th of April A. D. f
too good to be true. day
Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones Halibut Chunks, Quick Lunch eh
Yard corner and 37! between March 1st coon
"I'll the facts said Mackerel shall take effect immediately after November ply to Hon, Henry Bennger.
give you Barnes. 50 kits. of: fancy $l.25 per Fterw at
"That's all I can do. John Davis was a kit. its passage and approval, and shall remain 1st. it shall be his Judge of Escambia County: ,
In force during the period begin- duty to order such case to be screen- for order authorizing the sale *
Gloucester and I used to there 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit an
boy, go 50' kita halibut flue $1.25 per kit. ing March 1st. and ending November :ed at once and if such is not dbne he rivatffs le, of the Interest of Thee> *
often In the I hadn't
summer. any '
SO kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds 1st 1906. shall so report to the City Health Of- Sinnott, Wm. J. Snnott.; Jo, p -
SHINGLES SASH DOORS. WINDOW GLASS. real acquaintance with Davis, but I ?125 per kitBloaters Section 7. That all ordinancesand .fleer, who shall subject to such rules nott Annie 1[. E'F. Sinnott, Man
a'v him often. He was clerk In a Milkers and Roes, Herring parts of ordinances, Inconflict : and regulations as the City Board of Sinnott. :Alberta }.I. Smnott. M .--";'

BUILDING MATERIAL. bonk and the bank was robbed-an Inside Codfish, Pickled Salmon. DiU Plcklea, herewith be and the same are hereby 'Health may prescribe, take such E. Sinnott and Lester I... Sinnott 5'1

job. The cashier'got most of the German Sauer,Krout repealed. measures as may: compel the proper nors In and to the following desc'-:

Phone II. It G. DeSILVA& money but Davis was In the game Pigs Feet in kits. $ .OO. Passed Feburary: 28, 1906. screening of the patient for such timeas real estate, to-wit: Lot thirty':

somewhere) and he ran away. They 'Manewil and Lange's Fruit I Cake. ,Approved, March 3, 1906. may be required to render such ((34) of the Donoldson Tract ">

caught him In Bangor and were bring National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25o CHAS. H. BLISS. case harmless to the public health. of Pensacola. Escambia Count f'"

t- --- ing him hack on a steamer. He was per pound. Mayor of (Pensacola. Sec. 4.It shall be the duty Ida, said lot having a frontage 0'

stronger than' an 'ox, and the officer We handle the celebrated blends of, Attest: of ever parent or guardian of any feet on the north side of Bo3: J

Ordor "Y'ou.t"> who had him was afraid of him, so he Coffee roasted by the Gulf City CoffeeCo. C. E. YERRITT.Clerk.. child and the head of. every family to street by a depth of 105 feet nr"f; "f

had him handcuffed. .. H. P. Chipman. Manager. properly screen any and alj cases of less on the east Bide o( Dev f'
.v ICE COAL and "About four of this Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c : acute fever occurring: In thelr respective --Wm. J. Sinnott. Guardian of Tb::J'
mites north
25c Ib AN families between G
lb; Diamond Blend. ; Golden March 1st and Sinnott. Wm. J. Sinnott. Jos
from: the 'I where the steamers ran close to Black- (90) OP .;
Rio 20c lb.Str1c11y November 1st, und td Mar
I keep Sinnott.
such case nott Annie 1[. E. F
Consumers' Ice and Fuel burn point, Davis jumped overboard roasted and .OF ORDINANCES OF 1902. RE- aa good ; ? sicjc screened with ,a mosquito Snnott...Alberta.. .'Sinnott., Ka.f : ;
.. i Office-Comer Chase tad Tarra nL with the handcuffs still 'on his wrists. as any Coffee sold in this city. .*.LATING TO SIDEWALKS net for the first seventy-two ((72) E. Sinnott and Lester L. S.Jw': "

t That shows what a-desperate fellow he Send ns your orders and we will deliver Be It ordained by the Mayor and iiours during the attack of Illness. March! 6. 1906.6maroaw4w. .

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Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in RENTSANDLOANS

ANNUAL L no DISEASES is gospel truth such to as say rheumatism that BY RETAil Women-Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief We have the following special bar-

gaIns In
very desirable real estate for

,. neuralgia, biliousness, a few days SPECIAL only.
colic,cold,sore throat,backache, CLERKS 2 lots In block 170, New City 80x137

v. feet, on car line .. .. .. .. ..400.00
boilsbowel troubles, skin eruptions 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads-

den street. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
and all those caused by 5 lots fronting Toledo square In New

Terminal Company Elects Officers Will Be One of the .Features of City v._ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00
local inflammation be
can so One 5-room house with bath and

THE WO I-EV SHEEP WINS! and Discusses Improving quickly, safely and surely cured, Next Mardi Gras Cele WfPI( : \ \ nice sewer connection neighborhood.gas in If every taken room at;

WITH THE the ace, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00
-WE: WIN WOOL: System.The as by the use of IIAHLINS bration.About I 6 houses in block 17, West Klnz:

WIZARD OIL. !jL5t Tract, renting $30.00 per month. Will

We are believers In "all annual meeting of the stock : *'_ : lend 12,00000 of necessary, .. $2600.00
holders salesmen : pRow All of these propositions bar.
of the. iFensacola Electric fortyclerks, and are
wool" and have not been Terminal Railway Company was held It ,gets right down in, around clerical men met last night and organ- gains add will be held open for a few

yesterday afternoon ized themselves into an organization cays only,
in of
the omces the nerves and blood vessels of
of the
airaid price it was
the company, most of the stock being I which will be known as the Clerk's Excellent! warehouse location on

necessary to pay to get represented.The the affected tissues, where the Benevolent Association: railroad track very cheap.
improving of the system was This is to be strictly a' local organ- Good S per cent mortgages on hand.

the real article. We discussed at.som.? length and many trouble is, and gently soothes ization, and a etate charter will be Best kind of investments. .
Property In all parts of city vacantor
improvements decided but ,
were for. The object
upon applied principal or
never try to ram down these will not all be made at once, and coaxes them back to health. the new'organization is to assist the Improved, wanted and for sale.

but gradually.! The dull times of last Carnival Association and to conducta 30 S. Palafox St.
"shoddy. When our customers year, wb n the fever prevailed In Pen- For all pain, chronic and comic parade on next Mardi Gras. Phone 234.

"Want wool they 'sacola, and the boycott of the negroes The ,list of charter members will be often do we hear women say: "It ham's Vegetable Compound. When I commenced -
against the company:: cut into the receipts acute, .it is a remarkable rem left open for the balance of this seems as though my back would break taking the Compound I suffered

get it. Watch our corns of tne company to a consider edy and has no equal in safety month, anal, all clerks and clerical men "Don't sorts"? These speak to me, I am all out of everything female troubles.with backaches I am completely, headaches cured, and and SPCIALBARGAINS
significant remarks
able extent
prev.enlg a numberof are cordially Invited to join and assistIn prove enjoy the best of health, and Lowe_ it all
window for displayof l Improvements which hao! been Under and effectiveness in the medical a work which will be of great bene- that the system requires" attention. to you." FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. MUSTBE
Backache and the bines" direct
contemplation.The fit to citizen of Pensacola. are SOLD AT ONCE.
spring Clothing. officers chosen for the every symptoms of an inward trouble which I When women are troubled with irregular -
as follows: yeasar.e world. Price 50c and $1.00. The following officers were electedto will sooner or later declare itself. It suppressed, or painful periods, Large two story dwelling on a desirable

PresidentH.. serve for the ensuing trm: E. W. may be caused by diseased kidneys or !weakness,displacements or ulceration. corner on North Palafox St..
Northup. Fully guaranteed. Elliott, president; Archie Rosenstein of I that bearing-down feeling inflammation on electric .. .
VIce-President C. Blount, 'Jr. some derangement the organs. car line. .. $&300
: ice-president; R. C. :Sackoff:; financial Nature requires assistance and at once, 'of the female organs,backache,: New two :story dwelling,- so'uthwest
cTAllDARDio11ffl1a( : I IIiTHESE11 W.Secretary Thom. and Treasurer-DeCourcy *& sale and recorstrended D1 secretary; B. R. Witskovskl; recording and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound bloating (or flatulence), general debility corner of Palafox and DeSoto street ,

Su 'rlntendant-J. C. Dunham. WHITE'S PHARMACY. secretary; Joe Touart, instantly asserts its curative indigestion and nervous prostration with lot 75 by 155 feet. ....J6000
Pensacola Fla. treasurer.A powers in all those peculiar ailments of or are beset with such symptomsas Desirable corner building lot oa -

After Attorneys-Blount the meeting of& Blount.the stockholders Phone 180 Night Phone 446. special committee to, look after women. It has been the standby of dizziness; faintness, lassitude, excitability North Hill, 100:; feet by 125 feet $4250; \
the carnival feature was appointed, intelligent American women for twenty ,irritability, nervousness sleep- For particulars to
-- ------ --- of the railway company a which is composed,of Jos.,'I. Johnson, years, and the best judges agree thatit lessness melancholy "all gone" and HOOTON apply& WATSON.Leading
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. meeting of the stockholders of is the most I"want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, blues .
HACK NO. 16 Joe Reed, Abe Danlels.Joe Santo, universally success- Real '
Estate and Insurance
Lite and Stuffed Alligators ready the Escambia Electric Light and Frank Humphreys, Felix-Glackmeyer, ful remedy for woman's ills known to I. and hopelessness they should remember -
Power Company was held. It was there is one tried and true Agents.
fir shipment Ready 'at all hours to 'answer calls A Rosenstein, B. R. Witskovski, M. medicine. remedy. Tmartw.
: Orange wood canes with alligator decided to make a number of to any part of city. First class in Fischer, Elwood De la Rah and John"G Read the convincing testimonials of I. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
at the plant in orderto at once such troubles.No
improvements!! Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Cotrely. removes .
Oliver.A .
beads! 75c every respect Fast and gentle
j give the public a better electric deal of enthusiasm was Mrs.J.C.Holmes of Larimore North other medicine has such a recordof
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry, Shell will and polite drivers. Phone No. 183.;; great ,
service and these improvements of female troubles No DIRECTORYJoppa
manifested at last' night's meeting Dakota, writes: other
tad! Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a George K. I aulk.
be made at once. medicine in the world'has received this
and it is thought that before long
,. i:peciait> ) Dear Mrs. Pink1wn"I :- and
MRS C. N. McCLURE, the organization will be one", of the have suffered everything with backacheand widespread unqualified endorsement Lodge No. 6 I. 0. O. F.\.
The Original Laxative Cough SyrupIs Refuse to buy any substitute. ,
most powerful In tne city. Every per female trouble'I let the trouble run on
: Opera House Building
Joppa Lodge No.6, I. O. O. F-
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
until system in such condition thatI "
: son who is eligible should join as it my a
: 107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. It expels all cold from the system by is the purpose of the organization to was unable to be about, and then it was I FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3
) acting as & cathartic on the bowels. INAUGURATIONOF commenced to use Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden
--- ------- make the coming carnival: the greatestin
Compound. If I had only known how Remember, is St Visiting brethren are cordially! in
Kennedy's Laxative Horey and Tar i ia !' every woman cordially
of Pensacola.A
R. K. WHITE the history much suffering I would have saved I should
invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if vited.
certain, safe and harmless cure for have taken it months sooner-for few
Katchmtkcr. Manufacturing Jeweler. and Craduatei colds croup and whooping, cough. weeks'treatment made me well and strong.a there is anything about her symptomsshe T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G.
i Optician.30 S. Paiafoa Street Peisacola. Fla. Chicago Alderman Owes His Election My backaches and headaches are all gone andI does not understand. Mrs. Pink- J. W. GINGLES Sec.3ljan .

---- THE NEW to Chamberlain's. Cough suffer no pain at my montmv periods ham is daughter-in-law Lydia E. m.
; whereas before I took Lvdia E. Pmkham'i Pinkham her assistant before her decease -
. TURTON & BELL. FIFTEEN WOMF.M Remedy. Vegetable Compound I suffered intense pain." and for twenty-five years since Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. "I can heartily and conscientiously Mrs. Emma Cotrely, 109 East 12th her advice has been freely and cheer- meets every Monday evening at 7:39(

: Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. recommend Chamberlain's Cough Street New York City, writes: fully given to every ailing woman who o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

------ GET 60 DAYSFifteen Remedy for affections of the throat Dear Mrs. Pinkham"I :- asks for it. Her advice and medicine over Iou stableV., Intendencia St.
SERVICE and lungs," says Hon., John Shenlck feel it mv duty to tell all Buffering women have restored to health innumerablewomen. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

TERSELY TOLD 220 So. Peoria St, Chicago. "Two of the relief 1 havefoundlnLydiaEFinkLIEUTENANT Address Lynn, :Mass. KIRKPATRICK C. C.
J tfuring a political campaignI H. HORSLER. K. of Ri & S
years ago
Ask Mrs. Pinkham's AdYl -! Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills
negro women of various caught cold after being overheated .
Ratnbone Lodge No.,
r W F, and L. W. Graces, prominent shades of color, who were arrested which irritated my throat, and I was 30, K. at p.. meets ever
- saw mill men of DeFunlak, are In the several weeks since upon the chargeof Much Satisfaction Expressed by finally compelled to stop, as I could Thursday evening at 8OB:
lewdness, went before Judge Beggs, loud. In extremity a I
city:- on a business visit. not speak my "o'clock In their
IIEREIS temporary
when the criminal court convened the Traveling Public Over friend advised me to use Chamber ,
The fishing schooner Minnie W. of Castle Hall, over Pou star
yesterday morning and entered pleasof lain's Cough Remedy. I took two
'the fleet) of Saunders & Co., arrived ble, W. Intendencia street, f
guilty to the charges pending dosog that afternoon and could not
In with the New Trains. Visiting knights c:04.
, port leatertfay a catch of 800 are
. against them. The women are from believe my sensss when 'I found the dUlly welcomed.

enappers. the toughest district In Pensacola,and : next morning the inflamation had 1. D. KIRK. C. C.
The community will learn I subsided. I took eTeral doses: A STRAIGHT
generally the largely
have been out on bond pending I C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & S.
. :
with regret fiat: C. R. Johnson is again convening of the criminal court. They The new train service between Pen I that 'nay kept right on talking through

: confined to his bed By a return of the gave their names as Ethel Hill, Carrie sacola and Jacksonville was Inau-I the campaign, and I thank this medicine Knights of Columbus.:

. nful trouble with his knee. Kennedy, Maggie Smith. Nona Davis, gurated Sunday afternoon, when the I that I won my seat in the Council. Meeting of the
I first train for Jacksonville left the ." This remedy is for sale by all : ., "
Ella Smith. Nettie Holden. Gertrude 45E. Knights of Columbus
Alton George, who has been quite ill city at 5 o'clock 'having quite a number druggists. .. '
J Anderson TIP held '
a. Bis home on Garden street for the Hicks, Marie Ethel Hicks' I 1<:." C.'" are at their hall.
board either for
t I of passengers on No. 8 West Intendencia
oasi three Florenca Yong. Pearl Johnson. Mary
months Is
somewhat im- '
0) prt ed!, though not yet able to leave I I Ella Wtlson Fannie Watts Bettle points along th.3 P. & A. or else A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. street, on every
through to Jacks I tiis-. Parker and Mamie Johnson. Ii chil-- we say we are Every :%a4r Monday evening at
medicine for
, room When court convened for the after. Much satisfaction was expressed by In buying a cough thing we 'sell Is useful, and the price is in almost every case, less than 7:30 o'clock. Aa Invitation .
. The regular monthly session of the the traveling public on account of,the I dren never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's others are asking for the same g oJsTHAT'S "I V la extended
session the taken
' Board of County Commissioners will noon women were change in the service which Is much Cough Remedy. There is no to visiting Knights.
: bo held before Judge Be gs who passed a jail I from It and relief is always THE WHOLE STORY.
, tonigat, when several matters more acceptable than any furnished by dagger
. 01 importance will come up for con- sentence of sixty days upon each one. the L. & N. over the P. & A. division sure to follow. It is especially valuable Long Handle Shovels..230 Garden Hoes .. .. ..'.... ..,..2Sc EDM. FOX. JOHN B.Grand JONES. '
BiderationE No fine was assessed or provided for, in (Passengers now arriving -! for colds, croup and whooping Men's and Boy's Axes 50 to------75c Shoe Lasts and Stands..35c Knight.

. 'I I and the women will occupy cells in many here years.from points north and desiring I cough. For sale by all druggists. Shoe Soles, per pair.. .. *.. .. .lOc: Shoe Nails, 2 boxes for.. .. ....5c Recorder.

p A. Whitaker. of St. Paul. lInn,, the county jail for this length of time. to out to points on the P. Galvanized Buckets .. .. .... .15c Files, 3 corner. . .. .. .......5c
. Chicago, St Paul. Minneapolis! and I TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY have& A. but or a short wait, insteatf of be- EDITOR L'ENGLE Shoe Hammers .. ..* .. .". .....lOc Hand Saws Disson's..' .. .. ..$1.40 Pensacola Lodge'No. 4, I. O. O. F., .

J Omaha Railway, is In the city on a Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine compelled to remain in Pensacolafor Oil Cans 5' gallons. .. .. .. ..45c Paints, per can.. .. .. .. .lOc meets every ThursBay evening at 7'30( U.
ing at the new hall on West
\ tlpasure! visil.OeCourCY Tablets. Druggists refund money if It over twelve hours. Stove Pipe Elbows..lOc. Rim Do.or Locks. .. .. ...20c street. Visiting Garden

: w Thorn of Baltimore. fails to cure. E, W. GROVE'S signature The L. & N has put a Pullman car BADLY BEATENA Pump Leathers. each.. ... .. .. ..5c Sadirons, per lb .. .. .- .. .....4c invited. E. brethren cordially '

; Sfcretarv and treasurer of the Terminal is on each box. 25c. on the run so that parties desiring to Rakes. .. .. .,..... ...25c;; Halters; .. .. .. ., .. .. .lOc( J. NEVILLE, Secretary.GREENBLATT
, rtomrany. Is in the city in attend make a trip to Jacksonville can Is it any wonder that The Bazaar I has prospered? Your patronage ap-- !
,4 anupon the annual meeting of the leave here at night and after travelingin dispatch to The Tampa Times '!' I Daughters of Rebekah.

' stockholders. GRAND LODGE comfort all night and reach their from Jacksonville, dated Saturday, W. G. PORTER, 114-116 E. Wright St.o Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of
destination the following morning. account of a flight! Rebekah, meets
S Ed Williams, who was to have gave the following ; every Monday nightat
------ --
. It*: last night as a representative from between Claude L'Engle, editor of The DrWoollerS: SENTFEEEtortasen 8 o'clock In I. O, O. F. ,hall. Visiting '

. Damon Ijndge No. 13. K. of P., toe REPRESENTATIVESThe FAIR TO-DAY AND ,Sun and A. D. Cjovington, president of JOHNSTONNOT optom: of laudanum morphine, sisters cordially invited to be. pres.. .

. Granj. Lodge at Palatka was predated the Turpentine Association: BADLY, INJURED PAINLESS elixir of opium,eoe > ent.
p from going by the serious ill- A difficulty occurred on the streets lneorwnlskey, MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKI
BP>a of his wife. His alternate, F. A. representatives from the varl RAIN TOMORROWFair here 'between Claude L-Engle. editorof Washington. Mar. 12.-Among the PIU M large ticalarsoahomeor book of par- ;' MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec.

EoRhkh. Went with the other representatives Knights of Pythias lodges in Pen the Jacksonville Sun, and A. D. wounded in the battle of Mount Dajo sanatorium trea
ous ment.Address,Dr.B. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first acd
, in his stead. I sacola to the grand lodge.'meeting: at Covin'gton, which resulted In L'Engie was, Lieutenant Gordon Johnston, AND M. WOOLLEY, third Wednesday evening at 7:30
4 An today and rain tomorrow is the receiving injuries which will lay him formerly lieutenant in the president'sregiment. 104N.Fryorbt.iiuiSaSJ p. ,
Immense Iron safe which ar-' Palatka, left the city yesterday morning Cure m., Rafford! Hall, No 10. West Intea- ;
i. "Tl'd here recently for the office of and last night for that place, and prediction of the weather officials for up for a week.Covington The president sent him the Atlanta Georgia. dencia street
rnltrd Pensacola and vicinity during the is -president of the Turpentine following cable:
States :Marshal McGourm was will be present when the lodge assembles A. G. FELL, Pres.
1 hours. The minimum Association of Flor D. C. Mar. 10, 1906./ -- ---- ----
"Jafd in the latter's office yesterday.: tomorrow morning for the first next forty-eight Operators "Washington. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. ,
: u* office is on the third floor of the day's session. temperature at Pensacola for the Lieutenant Gordon (Johnston, Ma HEADS OF FAMILIES.
L F!>T:> I hours preceding the issuanceof ida.L'Engle made the attack and struck nila.
. rnmem building, and owing to Most of the delegates left yester- All parents owes it as a duty to W. O. W.
", mansturns! in the ItT but some remained in the weather map yesterday morning the first blow. "How are soul"THEODORE
stairway morning
day their families to make home as pleas- Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W.
a somewhat: of to land the was 56, with a maximum of 61. In Covington, a powerful man physi- ROOSEVELT.
t a job I the city until last night taking advantage ant as within their power !lies. Taere'a meets in Pythian Hall 1st and Sri.
Kt tl on the third floor but It 'wan ac-' of the new train which now his daily summary of conditions cally, severely punished L'Engls. To-day the president received the nothing so elevating and enabling as Wednesdays In each month. Visiting
wmrhshed! successfully. here at 5 o'clock for Jacksonville Weather Observer Reed said: In falling. L'Ensle's head struck the '
, leaves following reply: good music, and nothing better to sovereigns cordially Invited.
. II' and which has sleeping. car aecommodatlons. "The plateau depression appears to steps of an automobile cutting a severe Zamboanga.To make music with than a good piano. F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.

. Tt" km.lou want Blue Ribbon Va- have remained stat'onary since Sat gash.Nothing. President Washington, Washington. We will place a piano 'In your home LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
\ 'la:: Extract Made from the finest I The delegates all anticipate havinga urday and has increased in intensity but fists were used and D. C. for ten dollars down and two. dollars.

, Mexican Vanilla beans. Absolutely pleasant time at Palatka, and thinkit being central this morning over Neva- L'Engle will be up in about a week. "Fine thanks. a week. Woodman's Circle
- Pir and aged until da it has caused rain during the past The occurred over the attackof -JOHNSTON."
it has the "BlueKiaor" will be one'of the most successfulas ; row
Jroye. No.4
RiJbon: .
in California and Nevada, the turpentine
: well as largely attended meetingsever 12 hours L'Engle on opera
Pensacola, Florida. Woodmen Circle me ta every Thurs.,
and snow in Utah. Wyoming, Montanaand : .tors.
held by the grand lodge in the
:2d floor Pythian Hall!
3 ,
300 atate. South Dakota; snow Is also fall- L'Engle was badly bru'sed about the WHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF. -- --- -- -- day stable Intendencia
: Pou's on street.
Pool Ing over the southern portion of the face and was rendered unconscious.
sovereigns cordially ,
BOARD OF!: WORKS) HELDA lake n.' 'ion, in Pennsylvania and in Covington knocked L'Engle down Greatest European Authority on SJdn, Safes! Safes! :Safes!! Mrs.Visiting Leona Langford. Guardian; Mrs.

: Tournament LENGTHY MEETINGA Maine. An area of marked h'gh pres- the first time, and L'Engle said, "Don'thit Diseases, Says It's a Germ. M.. B. Olsen. Clerk.
moved southward into the "
sure has a man when he is down. Buy Diebold Safes!
., :4 '00 pool ball tournament to bej I lengthy meeting of the Board of Missouri and upper Mississippi vallejs Covington said "All right old man," The old idea that dandruff is scales -

1"it) 4i Klondyke Pool Room cor- Public Works as held last night and temperatures this morning and helped L'Engle to his feet, when of skin thrown off through a feverish Scarritt Moreno ;
I r Zarragossa and Baylen street! convening at 6 o'clock and remainingIn range from 8 degrees above zero in 1 L'Engle struck Covington a violent I cond.tion: of the scalp is exploded.Prof. Pensacola: Sf. Andrews and

lal night, March 13, Friday night i session for'about two hours. southern Kansas to zero and below I blow in the face. Unna. Hamburg Germany, European

I *).th <16th. Tuesday night, March 2D.Knr ., Only the routine business was trans- over WyomIng, northern Montana andS'orth "I Covington at once went to fighting I authority on skin disease.diseases: The, Agent. Gulf Steamship Go.

; knocked L'Engle
- and
rh'1' Crcrack: against Pensacola, and other Improvements taking up a I fallen below freezing In central Texas -;, Vine, severely punishing! him before: germ burrows under of the cuticle scalp, and, sap- 'Z1aniavjj5' Your Homa"J'ciorJ4- -- STEAMER TARPON !,
Northern Arkansas and Central' ing up little scales
atc Chicago Kid. Commences large portion of the time. Nothing of .
could .
: OC'ock, important or special nature was Kentucky, and fair and colder aid come.ACTIVE I ping the vitality of tbs hair at the W. c. NARROW Master.

- JOG JAMES. I considered. er' is indicated for this weath.1 ,, __ root. The only hair'preparation. Newbro's Her-that PIR3T-CLAE3 PASSENGER AND

-- tonight; and _Tuesday wth: light ________ __ kills dandruff germs the/ cause you remove FREIGHT SERVICE
---- --- picide. "Destroy
: i--- to east winds. i I the effect." Not only cures -Between, -

L II dandruff, but stop's' falling: hair ans PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHfc
Champion? Liniment for Rheumatism. BRAINS permits a luxuriant growth. Delight-' COLA CARRABELLE. ST. A,..
Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap- lul hair dressing. For sale by W. A CREWS. MILLVILLE.

. Paint Your Porch Floor Inville Conn., says: "Chamberlain's'!' must have good foodGrapeNuts I D'Alemberte ,druggist and apothecary 2'.cioj And all points on St. Andrew Say
Pain Balm is the champion of all Hnimants. -' 121 South Palafox street. or send lOc carr bclle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .

The past year I was troubled, I in stamps! for sample to The Her;>i- ?, "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE J

) a great deal with rheumatism in my'I cide Co., Detroit Mich. LN THE WORLD' Leave Peusacola Sunday 8:30 jt'
L With Buvall O. U. Porch Floor Paint. Its already to use I, shoulder. After trying several cures! Ask newsdealer for this superb m. for Mobile, Ala. '
4 -all you have to do Is to stir the contents of can and apply I, the storekeeper here recommende' I your If he does 'not handle 'it Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30 'p.

'. with brush. Beg'n: now to brighten up for sprln'g. I'' this remedy and it completely cured .1 No pills is as pleasant and positivea send his name and address withjvvr m for fit Andrews, MlllvUle.Carrabell Ape.!
Porch gallon.E3unders There Is of suf ,DeWitt's Little Early: Risers. These ;; and intumpointL
floors last longer. $2.00 a me. no use anyone THE WORLDFAMOUSBRAIN name and address and JO<:. for sample latnicoIa .
ft ring from that painful ailment when Famous Little Pills are so mild and
; Mill II this liniment can be obtained for a FOOD t tI effective that children, delicate ladhe! I copy.this Regular price 25c. For additional ,1fo-ma ;!Ji'17 CoW
Company paper. ... : J. R.
their cleansing SAunvus.
enjoy .
small sum. One application gives Read Tha Road: ,to W llvl11e." and weak people Publishing Company.,
, prompt relief and its continued use fora effect, while strong people say they B. COBB, Pn.u...".
it.- Phone 717. 21 East Garden.Street. i short time will produce permanent; I in pkgs. I are the test liver pills sold. NeerTlee. I 4 West 224 Street New York Ciijr GeL Frt.: and!pas..ct.- -'. ...
l'enaaeola. J'la.
Fo* sale by all drug sts.I .
cure. ? ..
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which has just reached The Journal, 7f .i l I 'Rift IC.P( YN i u k t la .C IC 4'.CR I II If you are suffering from impure blood

containing; reprints-of the most striking ;' i ':.J, thin blood, debility, nervousness et'

Ce 3entn1a Joufnal cartoons printed In The Jacksonville *, NEWS, AND VIEWS THE COOPER RESPITE. I We Trust haustion: you should begin at once"ith;

Sun during; the past six months, e* FROM. STATE PAPERS"* .1 t!* DeLand New SIsaiah JI, Ayer's Sarsaparilla,the Sarsaparilla you
:-S 9 all
1- have your life. Your
Is one of the best that that talented a &- ....v Mlof.Con9resalonl ?: ) 1 *I knows it, too. Ask him all about doctor_
t artist has ever published and fully .,- M 1-7: IH H H. Doctors w.rave so seasts l wa p.bifs! !,

. DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. demonstrates that he is in the front I Candidates.f I r i 16eorselas. o..n oor gekll'-: .T.C.AJeI'Co 1A. I .lI: ;!
rank of modern cartoonists.The I From' ,present Indications Hon. W. Cooper convincted of the
Lamar and lion. Jefferson.
Dj t
: Ga. remarks : Corda, and whose day of executionhas
Albany Herald :
iY ...BY... Stephens the latter of Marianna, will{' \ three times been set. was again
Whatever else the Rivers and Har-
be the for the seat inCongress' Broward.on NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
only contestants 'respited by Governor .
h THE JOURNAL COMPANY./ bors Committee of the National House
is being condemned
of Representatives may see In the assigned to th.a Thira! Con- Thursday. The governor

.' south, they will see a good_ time. gressional District of Florida and now I by many thoughtless personafor
C thus further flaying: ] .' the execu c. M. t.A WRfNC[.- Proprietor. No 8 Mtost Roman St Phone t8&NNNN
4iFE4j FRANK L MAYES, President and General Manager. No doubt of It, and Pensacola will occupied by the first named gentle tion. If there Is some doubt In the .

today endeavor to provide her full man. Other names have been mentioned -I governor's mind as' to the guilt of -- -+
I is to believe NN1NN............. IN1N1N.N......i1N
share of the entertainment. in connection with this particular Cooper 'or if there reason
$ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. that the ends of justice will be
place but to this good hour no
.up ,
-4 While General Leonard Wood says other Richmond has shied his castor!I subserved by further delaying the execution COOK IS HAPPY j.
cowardly and criminal j.i
he was present at the recent battlein I would be
I-7i, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. into the ring and one, at least has, ) In him to allow the man to be
the Philippines It is not of record t 1 BREAD IS RIGHT.
positively asserted that he has In- banged Broward is neither a cowardnor i BECAUSE THE
1 Y r' One Year.$5 00 One 45 no
Month....... ....... that the bullets flew thick In his I and he be countedon
r ;t" Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week................ 10 particular tention of doing so.-Madison New a criminal can to be t

vi'? Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekly Edition per year..$! 00 vicinity. Enterprise." right to do that which he believes : ;,: There's satisfaction in the dining room too. The flour j

The farmers of Kansas are said to eWe Of course, it would be a popular : was right the lard was right, the baking powder was *
' Us & Co.; to hang. His right. Right whq? Because they all came from th?
tf The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed be getting rich. Next thing we knowthey'll thing to allow Cooper pop *
rf Hon. Frank Clark has failed to obtain execution is demanded by the cold : ular ferocer. j
C..' Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. have their whiskers trimmei editors of the Jacksonville
and be sporting plug hats end sea island cotton seed for his blooded Metropolis the Tampa Tribune ando $ Illlnl Flour the best' half barrels.. .. .. .. .. .. .......:....;$3.00 \

monocles.. constituents, because of the seed:I several ,other stat newspapers. The Pure Lard.. . .. ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..10* *

r,. Offices 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains trust organized by the South Caro: editors of these papers do not know o: Baking Powder 10 to .. .. .. .. .... .... .... ..- -.. .:iic:: *
r yfi Government. Phone 38. I The benevolent assimlation of the Tina cotton growers. Our editor mane: i the reasons laid before the governor Good health follows the use of pure fresh foods. We furnish them. J
and at all News Stands.
I .
this warranted these staysof
Mores effort some time ago and was ou which are
goes merrily
confronted with the same obstacle. execution: but, with them ignoranceis i 14 W Garden Popular :

G PEXSAOOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 13. 1906 ve*>$ H f Thus, two great men have made a forming bliss. hfa The; duty governor as a man is simply and as per-the 2 Phone 183 LAZ JACOBY :

r (! VOX POPULI .failure Jasper S News.* e chief executive of sovereign. state:! ....N ......N.N.......N..............NNNN.N:
which cannot afford to have its -,
--- -
Gigantic Commercial Possibilitiesof The Fool Farmer. -
escutcheon soiled by the wilful murder;

I ; 1 >> $ -'$ What good does it do a farmer to of a person legally convicted on circumstantial THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE
Upon the Gulf Coast. evidenc.3, but of whose
got $50 a bale for his cotton and then i _
i ..
guilt there has since risen a reasonable -I
r'N.; The visit of the Rivera and Harbors Committee of the United States The Harbors of the Gulf. '' bet on the market next day and losea doubt. ,

House of Representatives to Southern ports cannot but be beneficial to the Editor Pensacola Journal: dollar a bale on fifty bales? It is Mr. Broward is performing his duty w" '
"t; ; harbors on the Gulf coast and It is to be regretted that the time of the So the Rivers and Harbors Committee declared to be a fact that if the winnings .. as it pleases' God to show him his \

'4 committee is so limited that it is unable to Include every point of Importance I I are to visit the gulf. They will of :Wall street from'southern',taken duty., in And Its, unless opinion the of News the governor is mis- t

F In its itinerary. Especially Is this true of St. Andrews bay, which is, 1 see some things that many' of them fools could be actually paid for cot. no clap-trap, sensatioal inslstance will ,

next to Pensacola the finest harbor on the Gulf of :Mexico and which could _knew, not of. They will find most of ton it would reduce 'the'net price"to compel his to do that which be believes d

: easily accommodate the navies of the world if the entrance to the harbor the so-called harbors mere river towns:I'r4! cents a pound. One good thing to be wrong. .

fr. was given the attention by the government that its magnificent facilities 'With narrow channels dredged open'about,I the system is. that the storekeepers We would suggest, however, that
who "aa'vance' the the governor send for the editors of
deserve. from the city to the deep water har money on
the 1
the Jacksonville Metropolis and
r The entire Gulf coast country Is developing rapidly and, with the Increasing bors miles away where vessels can I crop get theirs back befora the specu- Tampa Tribune lay before them the rJ }
commerce that will find an outlet and inlet when the Panama find room for anchorage and even: lative" farmer gets his hands on the entire evidence on which the stays of

Canal shall have been completed. Gulf ports will rival those of sectionof then they are exposed to wind and balance. And the colored brother is execution were granted, and' let them (
any not addicted to betting on Wall street. be the Judges as to what is best to be 1 to
the country in importance. Ti are. These channels :do not afford t
1Lo may waste his money but not on done-let them assume the responsibility r
The harbor of Pensacola has long been recognized as the most magnificent room for anchorage but vessels must I margins.-Tampa Times. before the people of the state for

; on the Gulf coast and Is a close second to any harbor In the country. pay wharfare'aU the time they, are in I the hanging or for a further stay of i .r

M4. Its commerce reaches every quarter of the globe and Its exports of lumber and port.The A Neat Rejolner. execution.Or ,
&i channels are in the river at if the governor does not se3 fit
: timber are greater than those of any port In the United States. Its naturaladvantages" or 1 A neat rejoiner was that made by fc> constitute "cabinet" out of those

> .,a are unequalled and, if what nature has so bounteously provided the mouth of It and are filled with the Times-Union to Governor Brow- two men who a have vilified him so t ri 1 t

? is taken advantage of
a ,r i i tq take care 'of what we already have and make improvements commensurate drift which fills the channels and corn-{.'without the 'aid of that .paper. 'The'I matter l let him send for Gsorge W. U" II_ 1 t t.Ji"
+ Wilson and Editor Mayes of the Pen cc
' g pels continuous dredging. These rivertowns'that ,
tJ1 Times-Union
remarked that
with the grimly
; ever increasing commerce of the port and its importance as a far from harbor j, I .sacola Journal. Ana!' then, after the r.,1,
are a are
naval base the future greatness of the port will surpass even the most sanguine I was also trrfe that the governor was ends of justice have been served; let : L
expectations of the most enthusiastic boomer. Tampa, Apalachicola Mobile and New i nominated without the vote of his them tell the people of the state the A Aonhte lIeaDiDC.. %
al 1II33 RaeJjuste-Bertle. says you
Orleans. Galveston. protected by own ward his his reason for the execution the delays in papa
own city or own
rr The natural gateway for the products of the Immense coal told Mm that Mr. FarRora was -
and iron I
seawall or breakwater. j county-Tampa Tribune. the execution, the commutation of sen- when h. wa visiting me last night. He Wa the Whole Thing.
; fields of Alabama* and the_grain and other products of the central west is The only two natural harbors for I tence, or pardon, as the case may be. Bertie-I never. I Just Bald Fargorn had Block-I thought you Bald :you wereInl' in..
: whole to for
the stage yourself ors:
to the south. This is true for many reasons,.one of the principal of, which convenient ports they will find are, Case of Tom. Grice. tine about on all M3 he knees could? hold. Wasn't you eit- In :your life.
t is the fact that the transportation of these '' Actor-Wen. I not only had the who'* I
j' products to the Gulf is more' Pensacola Bay and St. Andrews Bay.I The case of Thomas Grice a 14- ON DUTCH WATERS. stage to myself but at the last town 1

13tic, I economical for the reason that from the point 'where any' shipment originates The former Is beginning to; be recognized f year old colored boy, who was recent. f wa in I had the whole house to myseltA
..4 to the Gulf coast ly convicted'of murder in the first de- A Journey; Along a Canal .ntl the -
l+r it is DOWN HILL. To reach the eastern seaboard as one of the finest harbors' of. Seener., It Prtufnt -

R mountains must be climbed and tons of fuel unnecessarily wasted, to say the nation. The second will soon atjteaced gree in' to Escambia death, .is, county certainly and one that sen- "I can think
A ; nothing of the shorter distance to the Gulf than to the Atlantic seaboard. tract the attention of this same com- presents some rather unusual features holiday" gays' a writer "than to step

'i Iw West Florida is being rapidly developed; men of ca1)ftal'are learning mittee., 'me two bays are very much L It seems that Grice, while sculling in on board of one of those barges

f of the profits that await enterprise; railroads are being built that will soon alike .I in, extent and' shape. Also in'''a boat with another boy In some way wedged together In a Rotterdam canal p

f. & connect every portion of the country with the Gulf coast and these raIl- the facts' .that; strips of timbered, land' b.threw!) was the drown latter 1:into The the case water is now where'before and, never lifting a finger to alter the< 'c. ,

. 'roads will be followed by great, Industries; the eyes pf the Nation are turn from one to three- miles wiate lie between -t the state pardoning board, and ,.natural course of events-to accelerate t ( >"

' ed to the Sunny Southland, watching Its development and confidently await. the bay and gulf completely; i if the facts have been correctly stated or Harlingen divert-be, in carried FriesZand by, between it to, say the
-! lag the day of its coming greatness. the matter is one that should be
protecting vessels from wind
and waveand .
tJ meadows, under the. noses of great ..
carefully looked Into.-Jacksonville
Millions have been spent and other millions are yearly being spent by screening them from any enemy|Timss-?nion.' black and white cows; past herons fish ) ,

NE the government upon the harbors! of the north many of which are practIcally on the-gulf. Alike'they have no large!]j ing In the rushes, through little villages

R ice bound for several months in each year. If'but a fraction of this rivers pouring their ooze.and silt into* Illinois Curiosities.. with dazzling milk cans being scouredon '

I ;; ,. stream of gold was diverted to the south -and expended in the development the important part of the'clear harbor and|' Illinois -h'astwo curiosities! -a the banks and the good wives washIng -

of the'gigantic possibilities of Gulf coast ports the return to the Govern. polling water. the beautiful blue\'Chicago policement who tries to 'do'' and the saturnine smokers in'black

ment In the form of taxes upon Imports would pay a far greater percentage St. :Andrews Bay has over 300 his duty and P<.governor who scorns a velvet slippers passing the time of day.

r { upon. the amount Invested than !is the case ''with-other sections. miles of inland tide-water shore and railroad .ipass. They are deserving pfa through big towns by rows of somber 3II E'n
place in the Hall of Fame.-Miami houses seen through a delicate screen
miles and miles of water from 36 to
Considering the extent and possibill ties'of!: Its Tiarbor the needs IIn
of Pen-
1 5 4 feet, deeP'' giving ample anchoragefOr r.>: leaves, under low bridges crowded
sacola are comparatively few and the 'of e *
importance recognizing those the navies' of the,,world. There are with children through narrow locks '
; needs at the present time will undoubtedly bo. uJly ;appreciated by the gentlemen three railroads now. building from Decline Shie.It I ever moving, moving, slowly and surely r'Doubtful 1 r.I'

ti ; who compose the Rivers and Harbors. Committee of the United northern cities tq St, 'Andrews Bay begins! to appear as if General sometimes sailing, sometimes being

iLtt States House of Representatives one of the'most. important committees and their: interests! will command attention Lamar and Col. Stephens( will be the towed, with the wide Dutch sky over- '
., of and secure its share of appro- biily candidates for Congress from LIttle AfraU o* It.Tlckson .
that head and the plovers crying in it, suvithe 0d
august body* : : : : : :. Rations! for envelopments. this Economy Kllcks-OlT you a Up flit
: : district So far as we are able clean west wind driving the windmills "Scrngglna Is certainly a bustler. ne Well old ma.n. they say that the matrt.tnonlal 1-
Keep your eye on St. Andreys Bay. to learn, candidate
every possible ha always eats In Quick! lunch restaurant.
and everything just as It was inRembrandt's bonds are pretty rood!IOl4ebatcbN
.1 A. G.: CHANDLEE.. declined: to "shie his castor in the "Yes. and it take him.the rest of the ot tor ma. lucks Fm M. f..
The Protection Easy Things i Chipley, Mar. 12: rng-! Marianna Times Courier.. 500 years h" and just as it will be I day to digest tto stuff be bolt dowik.** doing anything on speculation.PENSACOLA c.b

i, of Oyster Beds. to Quit !
t f:
The protection of the oyster supply Quit being your own "handy-man" h

f 1 of the state :Is of vital importance' advertise for one. :1 r 1 1C'
: and although adequate laws have C' I 0C'1

air f '' been passed to this end, it would seem, Quit the "cellar or attic habit"= ; C'I
advertise the "outgrown things." :
according to the Jacksonville Times- -
:: r:
.. .. .
Union, that they have not been en Quit old-fashioned ideas-placard .. '. : 0
forced. In commenting the law ; 1!
upon log, circulars; want ads. are the .. .
recently passed In :Maryland, the vogue. : ( \ t

C Times-Union takes occasion to eriti1 : f
rise the enforcement of the Florida" Quit "carrying people along" find .H'& ') I k

f ., laws, with reference. to which it has useful people for employees.Quit ,

the following to say: "waitlng"-advertlse for f1 prsHOW! (; .
v' The Maryland laIn essentials, is
' ours new tenant or: boarder now- BAY
To stop the process of extinc :
. Lion the beds must be protected-It is '
r Quit "trusting to luck" for Increased THC GULF o MEZico: NEP&37 I ,
lJ$ only necessary that means be provided .
whereby private ownership can be business-trust! 'to publicity fiftO QWEST HARBOR w"4yG1ltlt.TO ; .
secured as the first step towards engaging
4 '' Quit, "trusting to location" THAN_fifty_ OTHER uU/.F PoRT Qw
, i f. q capital and thought in the -pub
+ business of growing oysters. licity will .sell goods in a barn! .
,4 Florida has done that, but tho busl f

: 4 ness is still wanting; why? Because Quit carrying that "last straw" "

't, the state does not protect this form advertiee for a partner. a g-: -
r of private property. The law is ample

i.," but it is not enforcecB. Why Quit being a tenantless landlord... :
r t: ehould a citizen "mark off and regis- "
1 publicity rents houses? Aire
i ter" according to law and spend .
..1 money to plant oysters when he mustguard
.M Y night and day his rights Quit wishing. for a good job-let a

' ,, Some night a 'boat takes what he has want 3d. help you find one!

a .' epent money and time in planting and
i growing, these, are sold to a neighbor- Quit drudging-advertise for work
/ Ing factory and he Is left to hold the calling forth all of. your brains.
t bag. The sheriff needs the votes of
I l oyster pirates In his business, the Quit "wondering" about aervants-

i Jury "views with leniency" the offense the'best: are the ad.-reading kind. I I
: and money Is lost, so that the next A! /1 Y'LASUrr
man profits by his neighbor's -
; That Chinese 'all. should be Increased .

Our Florida oysters will go the way in height to at least 200 feet, ,. l f

of the Chesapeake oyster and :Maryland and then all the gateways in It should howl e y \

i *, t will find her law inefficient unless he plugged up with solid masonry.

a governor with a backbone Maybe that would hold 'em a while.
'' forces the sheriff to to his duty on
penalty of dismissal. It will bo the

i t name with the "special constablesand Physicians say that Charlie Schwab

+ game wardens" proposed. If we isn't going to die *t least not for a
: + : want protection the law must be en while. We
obn't no whether to be
1 forced.
glad or sorry over this information. r''' a dy, N T Ah

..- .
t 1 Seventy-fire persons were poisoned n.r'C ,
Don't understand
how John D,
by a free lunch In Kansas the other could -
remain away from that Sunday
'' Several thousand others have
day. long. The old man must begetting -. 1
'' undoubtedly been poisoned In the: recent ,wjcked. GULF ... i'. ..

e past by the, stuff that generally Of* tf--, AAfe:. s -' ..

Mies':with a free lunch ,Taylor's' Cartoon Book.,, a, copy, of U.- AA7YE CAMe i1" .
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Whatever else you may do don't think of buying Hardware R!

i>1 --. i1; and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our prices or l !

-y asked us a few' questions about ,
.They Y Want a New Street Superintendent p -

1 and Don't Care How !I Hardware and Mill Supplies.

Get One.
Soon They
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.. { i i have not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most $:i
jGtSl < elp..cfs \ ; The Journal's editorial Sunday!
morning calling upon Street Superin- !rMl1 I certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize Si

: ;v 'ZL F t : 'pl a.S'ahtlyfc.t.S tendents Gingles and Long and the !:1 that we have a reputation to make, and we are making it.,, ii;

.. members of the board of. public worksto !; All the old-time methods aside
resign and end the street superin- are put and we do businesson ii-

jfF1f! L7., .;,:: :t Eet\e. ]icially; tendent controversy evidently strucka 'g the modem plan by
popular chord. lUa

.. 'S Cill / Acfe Irxily as a. LaxaiiveO.y ,. The public is disgusted with the .W t$
wrangle and everyone seems to agree
? ** Giving You .Just What You Want
a '
Journal that the
*.***r..5--2> R *.* /f with} The proper 1M E
. I 4 Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the ,thing to do is to resign in a body, end E.
.. / r% =i II well-informed and to the healthy, because its the present litigation! In the courts, .Mr iWrtT ...

N ,, :1 component parts are simple and wholesome and save to the taxpayers the cost of and at small profit. We 'handle everything in the Hardware i rfry
... trouble.
, and because it acts without disturbing the further delay and
f : natural functions, as it is wholly free from What the public would like to see I l l2 line and are always glad to give you quotations. {:! ,
r more than anything else is: a new }.t ,
every objectionable quality or substance. In s
street superintendent-one who will Z.f
J ? m 7the process of manufacturing figs are used, ask stay'with the job when he is needed

: \ they are pleasant to the taste,'but the medici and .one who is capable of doin* thework I GORDOr & BROWN HARDWARE CO.! '
nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained froman required of him. Will we get :
him? That is now the question. .
excellent combination of plants known to .f .-t

be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. / ,M

I:) .;..a j To get its beneficial effects-buy !I yI'i Pensacola, Fla. i::

c--y =f.r the genuine-manufactured by the PINE BARREN >1WKIIWr11WrrWrrWrrvr7W '' MlWrrWKn At> !' riRm9f ,
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Special to The Journal.
Pine Barren Man 12.-Prof. Alex ; : *2-## #de'Y.'k3?N7ti ?! wk'tK'f

r9iJllAliiA7 IRVP Parker, of near Atmore, Is teachingthe OPERA HOUSE

unexpired term In the public AMUSEMENTS I
school h re. The people! are highly !
I Loulsvi11e K .C.'dhC15C0 tAY pleased with Prof. Parker and it is
.," nl+wYork!h.Y hoped that he will receive the earnest : 3"

._; 4. : 'ti: For sale by an leading Druggists, in original packages only,bearing the fun cooperation of all the patrons in his H" ;?***a'n H !- H"1f Tuesday, March 13
name of the Company. efforts to build. up a good school at -

M this I* Wfjgins has been quite ., fit Tim Murphyand

LI --- -_,-_ sick for several 'days. Her many '
friends hope to see her up soon. : ',., ";
CHAIRMAN Ization, have been harmonious an 11 Mr. Tom Sowell and wife.went to r ,X', rI'V ,
ZELIUS SAYSWON'T unanimous. It is very doubtful Brewton Sunday. Mrs. Sowell will

I whetner as many meetings of a similar spend some days visiting relatives in DOROTHY
character could be shown as harmonious Brewton. while Mrs, Sowell makes a 4 SHERROD

RESIGN fROM BOARD' elsewhere. At numerous trip to New Orleans.Frs. s "H PRESENTING
meetings in succession there has not F'. M. MTles.; of Bluff Springs, "
ben: a solitary dissenting vote on :Mr. and Mrs. Pat Stahton, of Luce- d

acl 11,. matters of public Interest, the only dale Miss., and Mrs. Cora Black of A TEXAS STEER !
this newspaper talk about two street matter upon which the ward has not Lamberton. Miss., are guests of Mr. .
oU He Also Recites History of Gin superintendents passes for nothing. agreed unanimously was the selectionof and Mrs. CL L. Wiggins.Mr. .

11 The Journal, as well as some others, Mr. Gingles,for street superintendent C. Y. Mayo of Pollard, spenta k" BY CHAS H. HOYT.
r. gles Case and Board of Works' seems to be uninformed upon certain and afterwards giviyj him an indefinite few hours in our,town today. S PRICES 25c $1.50.

parts of this matter, and seems to lose leave of absence, and finallythe Dr. Finlay, accompanied by his wife ..- 's to
Position on Matter. track of certain important facts, for effort to reinstate him in defianceto and children, 'w nl,to Brewton today, Carriages for 1,0:30 p. m.
Seats sale
on Saturday at
which the Board of Public Works is public sentiment, and the desires of where they will visit friends and rela .* .:, noon.
not at all responsible. the Board of Public Workg.! tives. r

PRESENT BOARD HAS The Board of Public Works has in There are no petty differences, as Mr, Murdock McMillan made a trip "i
DONE MORE Its posesslon 'a number of petitions you intimate outsia') : of this Gingles to Pensacola Sunday.To .* 93 Nick's Buffet and
,WORK THAN ANY PREVIOUS signed 'by hundred's' of voters in this matter existing In the board and if
:;, city, demanding of the board to either'' newspapers, and the people :want 4t draw the fire,,out of a burn heala
BODY iTTsAME LENGTH OF TIME compel Gingles to return to his post I'l see what is being done it is an easy cut without leaving a scar or to I ,% 44% Restaurantis
I of duty or resign his position. Thesa matter for them to open, their eyes cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and al!
AND JS ENTIRELY HAR petitions were circulated and signed and attend the meetings of the Board skin and: scalp diseases, use DeWitt's .
MONIOUS. In September last, :but about this time I of Public "orks. The meetings of Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for the only place of Its
the ,board are public, and it is not the kind In Pensacola, la fact
the City Council 'passed a resolutioa!I piles. Get the genuine. No remedy -
almost unanimously to the effect that I I I fault of the board that many meetings causes such speedy relief. Ask for t e it is
Mr. Gingles ,should immediately re-j iara I held, and much business transacted DeWitt's-the genuine.
Editor Pensacola Journal: i turn to his post of duty, or resign,;! without even a newspaper reporter $ I' Pride
1 note your leading editorial In and this matter came officially to the I j I present. As jo the work that is being BUSTER BROWN PICTURES A to
Sunda)'s issue in which you call onMessrs. Board of Public Works from the Coun dona 'by the Board of IFmblte Works ,+
Gingles I there is a minute record made and ENJOYED BY MANY
ana long, and the cil. In conformity to this sentimentand Pensacola.Larger
members of. the Board of Public the Just demands the Board of these records may be seen by any in- .
I Works, to resign, and your comment in' Public Works, Mr. Gingles was notifies tereste' !party at any time. Forest D. High, representing the K,
cltleg cannot
relation to the Notwithstanding the fact that the Brown Shoe Company for .which H. O. !
controversy regarding and he practically P
In official ,
an way,
boast of better
.1r. Gingles.I told the City Council and the Board ofPublic I present .board spent four months in Anson is local agent, gave a lecture ;, ir : : a equipped
t is
I place. The service the
fighting fever, yet it has to-day ,more last night with a moving picture entertainment ,. 5s
wish Works to to or A
to speak of this matter slm- : go s v aD best that be had.
rly as chairman of the Board of some other place, as he wasn't goin: i t miles of dtches: more curbs and gut- at Seville square. Quitea : can r
tens, and more good roads to its credit large crowd saw the, movin'g pic-
i I
frtublic Works to attention to them. It was!
and to begin with pay any
h'n. desire to say that the city does 1'1 then "up to" the Board of Public !than any previous administrations-End tures and judging from the demonstration .- Nick Apostle, Propt'rA
I that with a less expenditure of the entertainment was a success.A .
;have two street superintendents, as Works to do something, which it did : money. i t
i resolution declaring the I The Board of Public Works is proudof [ number of local views were also in ''E
far the passing a
... as i'Board of Public Works Is. by
received what it has done, and it is only too troduced.
action that
concerned Mr. Gingles was removed office vacant, an GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST
endorsement of the Pen glad to let the people see and; know
by the board and, Mr. Long elected in the popular SUITED WITH A
what it has accomplished. .
his place and there is now order sacola public and the surrounding 1
a an I: not consider that The Journalor '
dto wd
from the Council to reinstate Mr. Gin- country. Weak Kidneys Hake Weak !
any one else has any right or any
glos; and discharge :Mr. Long, which From the reading of your editorialIn of CERTIFIED CHECK
reason to demand me, my resigna z
order) Is being helo! up by the Circuit which you speak of the "differ tion. I have done my duty'faithfully Bodies R rW
Court Injunction proceedings If Mr. ences" In the Board of Public Works 5C CIGAR.
and well, and without or-favor; I
Gingies be street superintendent, as being "superheated and supercon-I am in harmony as far as I know and
impoasi'bSe::' to reinstate! him; if he is ceited." It seems that you are entirely differences All the qualities of 1Ia ror,aroma
not street superintendent and the misinformed on the subject. have no petty with anyone KIDNEY DISEASES CAUSE HALF color and goon material
therefore I shall take pleasure In
order of the Council to reinstate him The minutes of the Board of Public continuing. in the service of, the peepie THE COMMON ACHES AND embodied in It.
1s ever carried out, there will still be Works show that nearly every resolution ,
I of
expiration term
until the my ,
but one street superintendent, so all before that body, since its organ- !unless other causes now unforseen, ILLS OF PENSACOLA A. Greenhut & Co. ,

should make'it advisable for me to re PEOPLE. DISTRIBUTORS,
x s5 ,
I Very respectfully.A PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.

ZELIUS, As one weak link weakens a chain,
Chairman Board Public "orkS.. so weak kidneys' weaken the.whole -

II body and hasten the final breaking WDIDW
j Ss's'-' Spoke Too Soon.!
4y7 Selected grains and perfect "My dear," said the caller, "! wa Overwork, strains, colds, and other tS kinds that you want.
over to see Mrs. Gabblt yesterdaY'8rt.ernoon causes Injure the kidneys, and when

fermentation make and you Just ought to have their activity is l les'. ned the wnole

I heard v->.t she said about you. Why, body suffers from the excess of uric OAK AND PINE
she talked about you all the time I poison circulating in the blood.
was there." Aches and pains and languor and
urinary,ills come, and there is an ever- cheaper thin you can buyIt
"Mrs, Gabbit! exclaims the hostess
tendency towards diabetes anywhere. Any size you
jfOidQuaKer warmly. "Well, all I've got to say Is Increasing. want.
disease. There Is
and fatal Blight's:
that nobody believes a word .
she'says. nb real help for the sufferer except Tim! Murphy. as Maverick Branden, In Hoyt's "A Texas Steer" at the Opera
That woman couldn't speak the truth
kidney help. i: C. SEWELLPhone
1C she tried. Everything she says''' Is Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on House Tonight. .

pure Invention,won't give it a'worse the kidneys and cure every kidney,ill.

) name, but I have my own opinion." Pensacola cures are the proof. Tim Murphy Tonight.Tim and made the part of Brander the 614.

"I'm dreadfully sorry to hear it., She Mrs. David C. Wilson, wife of Capt. Murphy, one of our most artistic most talked of character on the I
talked all the time about you and said David C. WIlson. of the tug'boa.t Columbia .. -
to the comedy stage. He now finds himself
comedians comes opera
she thought you were the nicest wom and residing at 26 South Reus I
presenting that al- by a previously made contract forced I I A GOOD CARRIAGE.
house tonight
an In this town and a lot more of the street, says: "If Doan's ,Kidney Pills
same nature.hlcago Tribune. had not bsnefitted me nothing could ways popular comedy "A Texas to temporarily shelve- his two great 1

RePure induce me to recommend them either Steer successes of the present, season "A 1 When you want a food carriage
Christmas (Present. privately. I had a never- be of the and -"David :
j publlcily( or What appears to one Corner in Coffee" Gar-
The giving of presents on Christmas small of I prompt service and safe and careful
the back
ceasing pain In my greatest compliments extended a player rick" and once again present his
day undoubtedly owes its origin to a that made"me nervous, and when. I treatment, remember the original
time has teen popular characterization the gullible
In great
idea to Into the work around the house some
general carry practice went about my f
and stimulating. biblical mandate, "Peace on earth; the, pain would be .Intense.! Other demand .for Tim Murphy's reappearance :member from Texas whose rotes cost HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. t

good will to men." At first the great symptoms of kidney complaint were as "Maverick Brander" in I him five dollars apiece but who was PHONE 185.

reactive eect, due to its lords made presents to their retainers, noticeable and I decided to try to -A Texas Steer" .Jlr. Murphy appeared i happy in the knowledge'that he had

and the season was marked by' universal check the trouble before it became too in this company for six years paid for them all they'were worth.. It was founded in 1892 and It has a ,
deepseatei. and I sent to Sidney reputation for polite and careful drivers
perfect aging. charity. By degrees the practiceof
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and -
until n'ow Kahn's !drug store got ---- -
a Christmas giving spread Doan's Kidney PHls. Their usa the city. Following are the membersand
everybody gives his or her friends'pres their hack numbers:
while kidneys banished
Worth to strengthened my
r your getit. ents. the backache and prevented the languor A. M. toloman. No. 1; A. J. Leggett,
and depression that I felt morn- MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. : No. 5; JStallworth.. No. 1; J. E. Mor.r .

WhT Tommy !. Doing Penance. ings. I could domy house work'with- No. 8; S. Sunday Jr., No. 11; C.
Phone 16, Lewis Bear &'Co., Grandma Are you looking forwardto out suffering.and I regained my usual Its! easy to do If you will get Butterick's Patterns. If you H. Taylor, No.' 12; O. Abdelcothe, No.
404-403 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.? 1 R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. 11, lI(>a .
your Christmas dinner Tommy Energy and _health. would be In style, be sure and buy BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. 16..
Pensacola Fla. 2De but not ** old, No. 21: S. Bibbs.( No 26: 31. Pat.
Tommy Yep, crs-ndma. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 10, 15 and_ 2Cc.
No. 30 A. J. Braswell, No. 77
-..,... much as Johnny Jones. cents. Foster-MIlburn; Co., Buffalo, terson. : closed ::
Grandma-Why so, Thomas? New'' York, sole agents for the United Ooe !s :Boob ore. t.Ph. All the above are nice car

Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin Tommy-His grandma died last States. nameDoan'sand.take ... 235. 213 South pallet Sr..f,P.naaoofa.- I rlages Signed J. STALLWORTH Prei.
week, and te'll get all b'r CrUsmo Remember the By C. H. TAYLOR. Sec and Trea.II .
turkey. no other.

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I' Thousands who have had their health rained: by Mercury testify

I wrecks instead of in the treatment that j it
makes cures Contagious Blood
r -- I WORDATMORE I (CIntinued from Page Two) While it may mask the disease in the system for awhile when thetreatmT1
I Seen Heard and Done Those *
Among Who Come and
f : : : ;| make any trouble If I put up a strong is left off the trouble returns with renewed violence, combined with the dis.

4* enough bluff. lIe's engaged to Deacon astrous effects of this powerful min-
Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. Holland's daughter-Holland lives right .eraI Mercury, and Potash which is Blood I suffered Poison.greatly I from CO1ta.l'lou.

np there by the meeting house-and he iso 3 common treatment for Co ta- whopre.crlbed Mercury.eonsulted
THE BEST. won't want his matrimonial plans disturbed gious Blood Poison eat out the lining me any good-in t4et the treatmst

1 By C NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. MEANS... I for the deacon'has a good bit of the stomach and bowels I produce X proved friend more told me armful that S."sn.e:5aciII.1

t&KB&XX&XXZKSX We carry Atmore's -celebrated of money Barnes"-and be tapped the hronic- dyspepsia, cause tie teeth to talnly cured him and I imm & r-

brand of Mince Meat and bottle again with a nervous finger-I'm decay, make spongy, tender gums, iMSidlCflndtio"trac1 a short whuT

1I _ _ _ _ _ Plum Pudding. They are thebes all right. affect the bones and muscles,and leave This was two years ago,and the I can d!tr'.
1 t.'Plum. "don't- talk- its victims! complete physical wrecks. tully'ay I am entirely cured.
MR. FROLICHSTEIN said Barnes owlIngQr..ny.
: AND HIS FAIR BRIDE ARE Ihe Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Pudding 2 lbs..43c don't say anything to anybody-and Another effect of this treatment is D.M.SANDE1t So

441f BEING WINED, DINED AND Plum Pudding. 1 lb.. .. ..25c' here's luck to yon." mercurial Rheumatism, the worst and most hopeless form of this disease.

DELGIHTFULLY FETED.Mr. Plum Pudding small size.,,10c About a week later on the morningof There is but one certain, i-eliableantidote for this destructive poison and that

David Frolichstein and fair Mince Moat 5, lb. palls..75c !: the 22d of December a boy came is S. S. S. It is the only medicine that is able to go into the blood and

bride .ecently Miss Flora Cohen of Mince/Meat. 12 oz. cartoons lOc i it to the house where the Rev 'Onnond cure the disease permanently. S. S. S. does not

;v1.t1: :Meridian. Miss., where they were Davis was boarding and told him that hide or cover up anything,. but SO completely

I-' married Thursday at 1 p. m.. arrived he was wanted at the church. Rightly ,s.s.s. drives out the poison that no signs of it are
I .t4ii in the city '!Sunday morning and are s _. I t HOME MADE ,BREAD. II I I- Judging that the matter had to do with seen again. S. S. S. is made entIrely of roots

-. guests of *Mr. Frolichstein's sister I, kIU I We sell' Mrs. Moreno's the approaching Christmas observances herbs and barks, and while curing Contagious

: Mrs, Adolph Cohen. I home-made bread and it is I Mr. Davis promptly respondedto PURELY VEGETABLE. Blood Poison,. will drive out the effects of
Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Cohen fine. somewhat mineral treatment. We offer any
: I Fresh every morning this indefinite summons. reward 01$1000
..;IL gave a large and elegant reception I -10 cents. I A.I he turned the corner into Court for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book wit
for the brida and groom wio were th
-4 greeted 'by a throng of friends and street he saw a team of horses harnessed instructions for self-treatment and any. medical advice wished furnished

were introduced to many new acqauin to a sleigh In front of the Without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA

-. tances all of whom united in offering :church and behind the horses and the CA.

4 t& taUons. vehicle appeared a great green mass

,- Monday Mr. and Mrs. A. Greenhut which could be nothing but a Christmas -' ++......+...........+..++.+.++...................*-

I, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex LSschkoff entertained ROSENAU&GERELDS, tree. It had been Mr. Davis' intention C

twenty-five ,people ,on a ,.. togo out Into the woods with .

--. for boat,Mr.excursion and Mrs.and Frol a c.hstein.fine luncheon The Fancy Grocers, ''corns young men of his church that aft I.: : As Soon As You :

ernoon to secure a tree and he wondered .
Monday night Mr. and Mrs. P.
Phone 391. Pensacola.ii. what member of his congregation .
ti Stone entertained at dinner for them
'- -4 and this evening Mr. and Mrs. Dave bad been so prompt and servIce- \ Get Tired Sleeping :

:Levy give a big dinner party in their able. His surprise was very great

honor. -, .-- ,-- ,when he perceived that the driver of
i i
4pf Mr. anti J Mrs. Frolichstem will leave ** $ $ 'if,- :it'if 11>*"1- $ *-...* the team was the new druggist Ed. on that knotty mattress and squeaky old springs. Just

,iiy Thursday for Mobile to visit relatives ( 1Go :ward Semp'ler. : dump them on the trash pile and let us send you a .

before completing their delightful 1 1t PIANOS AND ORGANS. .* "Mr.\ :Davis," said be as the minister I :

'i honeymoon trip to Meridian where CASH OR EASY TERMS. # came' close. "we haven't been good :

they will reside. + &t All Piano Work Guaranteed. friends, but I hope we' better.. I I Victor Spring Absolutely Noiseless and a !
lCLUTTER.4 RUSHING, *; have brought you a peace offering." ,
"I can be at peace with you Mr.
!ga1 METHODIST ORPHANAGE. q PHONE 476. Sampler" replied the clergyman gravely i Felt Mattress Luxurious Comfortyou'll !
4 The ladies of the Home Mission Society g ,
- rlt1: of the Palafox M. are *######### *####***# "but I cannot be at peace wIth .
liquor selling. I hardly dare to hope .
preparing an Easter box for the Or- -
ij4ft hanage at Summerfit>ld. Ala. ,that you have decided to stop It." : pronounce them the finest ever, and 'be sorry you :

cr Any article of household necessities "No." said Bempler slowly, "hardly hadn't gotten them before. Victor Spring $-1-.50; F lt.
that But I am carefuL I never : :Mattress $7.50 and $12.50. We are sole agents for the .
, .t or wearing apparel for the the little very
: ones will be very much appreciated I L MUSCOGftff f.: sell to drunkards" celebrated Ostermoon:. Felt Mattress, $15.00 and $15.50. :

If sent to the home of ,Mrs. T. V.I "You,sell to men who will be drunkards .

_; Hannah 133 East Gregory or home don't stop this traffic," said i

, 1itt- of street.Mrs. B. C. Glenn 8 .North Palafox .-. --, -', : Special to The Journal. Davis earnestly., "And if you hope to I MARSTON & QUINA :

,f .i- Muscogee. Mar. 12.-The Rev. make any change in my view of thismatter" ,
ttr? One and all) who are interested In .
Breedlove, M. E. at -
pastor Powelton.
. -t'a are the invited welfare to of help these all l they little can.charges held services here Sunday. Sempler checked him with a gestureand : 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.BURROWES !

1 Mr. and 'Mrs. W. Mudge and family walked up to the tree. A, bit of

; ,'p4 MR. AND MRS.-4-STONE'S DINNER I and Miss Clara lAnge. spent several gunnybag was wrapped around' the i...................................................!
days: in Pensacola last 'sreek.The .
FOR BRIDAL COUPLE. trunk near the top. Sempler removed
I dance given in the hall Thurs
It and the beheld with
Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Stone gavea ; unspeakable
day night by Mr. Hopkins was greatly
very swell seven o'clock dinner last amazement a pair of hand. '-
enjoyed by all who attended.
evening in honor of their nephew Mr. cuffs grotesquely twisted into the wood.
S __ __ Mrs. John Thompkins gave a party
i : David Frolichstein and bride of '.'t--- ""By the way," said Sempler. "your
last Friday night in honor of her
;i Meridian. Miss. drat name Is John, isn't it?" .
cousin Miss Lola Lange of RIver Falls.
-. a,4_ The dining room was decorated and. Sci'oensSent !
with Ala. The eV' !ling was spent very "Yes: said the minister hoarsely. Fly Mosquito
quantities of blossoms
: peach and pleasantly. The many friends Miss "What. then?"
the electrical
wag brilliant Lange made duringher short visit "We can cut these things right out of
rba table with its elaborate '
4 ..appoint- ) regret her deopart1 Te. the said the "and "
tree druggist nobody
ments of cut glass and silver Thirty Days' Trial Preight Prepaid.
glisten PARTY FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MAID. Mrs. J. D. Trammell, a taffy en ,
gave will ever know that John Davis
ed in the of
it/ light the electrolier above .
It. The little maid party frock Is usually shirred- on full- -- a fancy- ribbon of Dres- party at her horns Saturday night wasn't drowned long ago. Otherwise"He All material needed for attachng! the screens and doors included with.

,t41 The very handsome rose centerpiecetN' one of her pet possessions and den design b-in'2 appliqued flat on the which,Mr. Chas.was greatly Larkins enjoyetf.of McKinnon finished the sentence by waving out extra cost.Screens
hem of the bertha. The body bia hand toward Deacon Holland's
was placed on a reflector which multiplied part
one of which she is extremely proud. yule visited relatives here last week. are made only to order, yet returnable if not satisfactory.
the lights increasing the brilliancy is full after the French fashion and house, where Holland and his daughterwere
rt- and doubling the beauty of Fash'.on'! demands a degree of dressiness !- is bloused a trifle all the way around J. Mrs.D. Trammell.Mabel Sutton is visiting Mrs. standing by the gate. MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES ARE FITTED WITH BURROWES'

the American Beauties. Violets and in this that is'not usually permitted over the ribbon:: sash. The skirt Is Bubenik has1 been ill "You see I've loosened these things SCREENS. -

. -r American beauty rose afforded the to the little folks of the nursery, short but vry full and fluffy; two.lit Mrs. :'Very so that they 'can be pulled away," said
the week.
during past
general scheme over the table and but even here the required effect of tie flounces applied with a shirred Every practical improvement in screen construction during the past
Sempler pointing to the handcuffs.
( ii those lovely flowers were repeatej. ciniplicity must be observed. Organdie heading matching the bertha in trImming Clarence Davis who has been very thirty years was first used 'toy us. .
ill with pneumonia is improving.Mrs. "Now, speak quick for Holland and
: on .the hand painted souvenir place th.3 simpler of summer silks; and design. The sleeve t is a .
Box 104 1015 local
'Jam Mulling and daughte.rlisa Miss Amy are coming this way. Drop postal to P. O. or phone and representative
'tir cards which alsolx each the sheer batiste mull in fact soft
name of ; any full puff with a ribbon-trimmed,ruffle
visited relatives here will call to give estomates.
: 4" the guest and of the host and hostess!'> fabric will develop well after this mod- and the same ribbon makes the smart Lena Mull'ns. Indeed they were'coming to look at you

Mr. and Mrs. Stone, the bride and ish design. There is a yoke of allover !- shoe bows the fan string and ties up : last Wednesday. the tree.
groom Mr.\ and Mrs. Frolichstein as lace around which the bertha is her short curly locks. Mr. and Mrs. O. Merritt and family "Mr. Holland!" called the minister! -
-------- Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly.
at ,Rberts Sun-
visited Mrs. Brown :
honorees, andthe date-day of the at the same time raising his hat "Please
low prices for a few days only. :
r4 wees. slay or the month and the :jear. day.Miss Julia" Lee and Miss Annie hurry up!" D-am onds' to see them.J. .
Covers were laid for sixteen and eluded everything good that sea, air pleasure trip including attendance on Sempler looked at him and stretchedout
-I r champagne and other choice wines and earth afford. or epicure .f the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias Vlilkinson. of Pensacola visited Mrs.J. a band to pull away the handcuff F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.

H. Patterson several days last ............
flowed like water
throughout the the hours of the banquet which Mr. Horsier goes a grand vice chancellor from the,tree but the minister caughthis ---

; fourteen elaborate courses which In.r was merrily enjoyed till near' mid I I anal/ Mrs. Horsier as grand representative week.Mr. James McGibbonsuperintend' wrist in a grip of iron.
night. I of Pensacola Temple No. "Undoubtedly" replied the minister.
ent of stores was here on business "Mr. Holland he continued as the
: Those round the luxurious board 14. last week deacon and his daughter "I "By some miracle this man baa found
the hosts Mr. and Mrs- P. Stone. approached.
were Mr. P. K. Yonge president of the have received a singular Christmas them and has brought them to me. He
their Mr. Jack Stone of New The
York eons and Mr. Joe Stone their daughters -entertain Excelsior tha gentlemen Flinch Club last did not Southern States Lumber Co., and gift and I want you and Miss Amy to seems to know a part of my story but
; evening Miss and not the whole of It. He does
r little laughter Marjorie Yonge see it"He not know
Miss Theresa and Misd the affair being postponed on account
Log Cabin grandson from St. Louis, vlsltejMuscogeg : that I was weak rather than dishonest
I Nana. their guests of honor. MrTrolichstein of the illness of :Mrs. F. E. Brawner, released Sempler suddenly push. ;
: and bride; their niece who was happily improving yester-- (Saturday.CHIPLEY. ing him back so that the man staggered that I was _eniltv-w of-- nothin----.,. wnrsA.. ----

and nephew 'Mr. ana; Mrs. Adolph day. to the church walL Davis pointed to than an attempt to shield a man to

M. Cohen; their niece Miss TlllieFrolichstein J the handcuffs Imbedded in the tree, and whom I thought myself bound by grate

of Mobile; Mrs. Gabe then held his wrists itude. He does not know that I eveatu-
Mrs. Gilbert Lloyd Sr., of Brooklyn closely together.
1ji Maple Hirsch of Natchez; Mr. Leon Grinder N. Y., is visiting her sister the L jjSpecial I "Blesfl my soul!"' exclaimed Deacon ally returned to Gloucester where I
; shsimer Herman Berlin andIr.
Mr. ,
Misses Florence and CorneiflaHigginsof HoilandT "You-you don't mean to tell was held In custody for a brief time
:\ Forscheimer. -
Benny Warrington. She will spend two me that-that those are the very same and then released. Above all, he does
-+- weeks with them. ones?,' not know that cur whole church has
Syrup PENSACOLA U. D. C. MEET to The Journal.
I -:+-' long been aware of the truth and"
TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Chi pI er. Mar. 12.-Chipley is certainly -
Mrs. Edward Forscheimer of Pensa for of "Do you mean to gay" demanded the
banner town
the : patrons
: : Pensacola Chapter,U. D. C. will hold cola, Fla., was in the city to attend Chautauqua. Our lively ticket COBWEB BRAINS deacon, "that this fellow tried to-to Our Stationery Attracts Attentionas
t-L We hanre secured sole the regular monthly meeting Tuesday the C. M. C. ball Tuesday evening.-
!! agent sold 412 tickets for the Chau- blackmail your surely as a magnet draws steel Vfa
ii; afternoon at the residence of the Mobile Herald.
tauqua Saturday. How to Clean Out Your Attic. "He that stand for everything In stationery
310 suggyted we might befriends
agency for Towle's Log president, Mrs. A. E. McDavid *
I West Gregory street at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Hattie Standifer is making From military post out west comes ," responded Davis. "I make no and everything we stand for is top;>>

Cabin ;.Maple Syrup, guaranteed -+- Miss Daisy Hallmark left Monday some changes in her store; rooms fo; the story of .a lady who frankly ad- complaint. I am indebted to him. Two quality. Just as pure water is i looked

CHARMING VISITOR AND morning for Jacksonville- to visit millinery and notions adding more mits that she was once a coffee drunk years ago. when I laid my story before for from a crystal spring, so the
IP absolutely pure friends. accompanying her father room and putting in more shelving ard the church finest things to be had for money ar
ACCOMPLISHED WRITER' Judge Hallmark that far on his way She expects several hundred dollars "For 20 years I drank coffee although meeting I was unaware of sought at our store and the expectation
E-1 and pr/.up in "log cabin" GONE TO HER HOME CITY. to Palatka ,to attend the the extraordinary capacity for keepinga
I grand lodge worth of new goods this week. I[ "knew that it was harmful to me. I Is never "disappointed. Our sa:
;th. canat the following i Mrs. Beatrice :Marean wife of Dr. of the Knights of ipythlas.) :Mc, Wm. Schell, brother to J. P. suffered from periodical nervous headaches secret That is a characteristic of tlonery world is the whole thing not

\\. 1[. Marean. after a 'Very pleasant Schell is here looking for a location I which the, physician said were your Maine people I supposed with a hemisphere. Everything from a *

prices: visit of two ,weeks to her n'aughter Mr.,and Mrs. C. J. Bell of the Mer for a large hardware store. He finds caused by the use of coffee. I was indeed all respect to the gentlemen and especially -, cent tablet to the most elegant l of polite -

Mrs. R. J. Owens: has returned to chant's Hotel, have returned from a every store building occupied: and a confirmed 'coffee drunkard.: the ladies of my congregation: stationery.

j Quarts, 45c.Onehalf her home in Ocala. ten days trip to New Orleans. more wanted so he is crowded out. "I suffered so intensely from head-I! that I was laying my secret before

During her brief stay in this city He came here from Iowa City, Iowa.: ,aches as to require the services of a the entire coi munlty. Yet it appears HOOTON'S PHARMACY

i : Gal. 85c. Mrs. Marean was the recipient of :Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Plrrong are the Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Garwood of nurse., I could find no tablets or powders -I that It baa not been mentioned. At The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
much kindly attention from old and Riverton. N. UI.*. who have been the Phone 1100.
I proud parents of a Jittle, son born that would give me any permanent least, the fact of my disclosure cannot
friends, who regret her early departure I of Mr. Mrs. A. G. Cbandee. : -
new guests ana) -------- --- -
: Gallons, $1.65.There I and who hope for her early : Sunday night-Clarence M, Jr. I during the winter, returned home let the relief headaches and I was take compelled their just) have'come to this man's ears. :Now, I;
I turn. last week. They expect to make a Each attack used to last for a"'day or not care to wear a mask even In'his'
is nothing more Mrs Owens accompanied her It's different. There's nothing like side run down to Palm Beach. This presence and therefore I shall accept -:

mother to Ocala to be present at a the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." 'Ask your 111 their third winter in Florida. two."Aftr, I married and had the cares hIS gift publicly I shall take, r J JI

delicious (and nowadays family reunion in the old home. All grocer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla next Much interest Is manifested in this of, a, family I found I was becominga these handcuffs, thta badge of my old! No BetterSteaks

there is the members of the family have not time. part> of West Florida as to what the nervous wreck and the strain be- folly, publicly from this tree and I

nothing so rare) met before for ten years, and the Rivers and Harbors Committee may came unendurable. 'Somthing had tobe shall attempt to extract a moral from I,

as pure maple syrup. This meeting. Is anticipated with grsatpleasure. ay or do about St. Andrews bay done and I concluded to try Pos- It In a brief address. Does this 'courseIrneetyourview&myr ,,I I
The railroads that there
-, are centering turn Food Coffee, giving up the old '.
-: Is guaranteed to be absolutely -+- will matte It 'ncce sary to do something kind altogether."I "I trust both your Judgment and j

t. t NEW RECRUIT FOR We Take soon. The Birmingham. Cblum- made it rich and strong, accord. your honor," said she.
pure and full meas bps> and St. Andrews Railroad will i
THE lug to directions and drank it with "Sempler," said Deacon Holland "if
have tide
trains to water
running by 1
ure. Captain and Mrs. Richard Norris o'f Pride InEvery plenty ,of good cream. It proved tobe you weren't ruined In this
May. The Dothan and Gulf Railroad
the Salvation Army are the happy > delicious. It took several days for before community; : Than those at the Kandv
has nearly half of its track you certainly are now. Whenlth1s
graced and
parents of a fine soldier who coffee Ifpolson to work Kitchen. We buy the best
young Collarthat the out of my 1
story gets around
and the
the men are laying steel. The worst. .( and
arrived Friday night weighing twelve but I juciest steaks to be had
persisted out
system and won ,
Gulf In town
Atlanta Railroad be
Opellka and Is ashamed to be
In Pnsa-
pounds. and was reward! Renewed employ the best cooks
leaves this laundry.You great
All these "
making start.
a crossthe going Into yourstore.. the
The lovely young mother Is happy energy and vigor came to 'ma and 1 cola. Comes high but
can pick out any collar L. & N. R R. between the
; It remain to be tbto.propbJj
and doing well and the proud new of the thousands "that Chatawbatchee and Apalachicola I improved so that my nerghbors observed steaks come good. It's no won
papa kept away from his newspaper ecy was fulfilled to all latents.and der we sell man--wben a
and remarked It. pnjw so
leave here
week another is
rivers still in
every and
f friends until his dignity sat quite poses very: speedily. I. fellow eats one he always
Sol! Calm & Co new and It will be as 'perect- rom the northeast crossing the Apalachicola "During all the year that I have
naturally. In fact Captain Norris has comes back and gets another-
ly ironed as tho we, had river near Dead Lakes. Theyare used Postum I have not had a tingle
acquire almost patriarchal mien in 50. 60. 75 and 80 cents. Our
a headache, proof conclusive
that oil
Intended it as a specimen also working on this road. It Is my For an Impaired Appetite.
the last few days Ice Creams unsurpassed.
for exhibit! Better let us a. good thing that St. Andrews bay is agonies cam from coffee alone. I can are
r -'le, The Pure Food Store Tha little soldier is to be congratulated do yours. fifty miles long or there wouldn't be do all the work I want with perfectease Loss of appetite always results from

'. upon his selection of his parents room for all of them. and freedom from exhausting faulty digestion. All that Is neededIs

0- Stuthwest Corner PtUfoi and UUnd I which blessed
stock for another newspaper for change Pos- and Liver Tablets. They
prove a life-long blessing and comfort will in
A. town like this turn and right living get the credit.
booming oughtto
to them and an honor to the Army. vigorate the stomach strengthen
have to Name given 'by Postum Co. the Kitchen Cafe
; Phones I J g -+- two or three papers keep Battle Kandy ,
4 digestion and give you an
Ult with the procession.The Creek Mich. appetitelike ,
"fr. and Mrs. Henry Horsier left
87 darken at. Phone 114. bottling works have opened np There's a reason. Read the little a wolf. These Tablets also act

; :: last evening and Palatka for Utacksonville,for a ten, St.days Augustine Pen.coiL PI*. In full blast again with /prospects of' book- ;", "The Road. to Wellvilk,". in as a gentle laxative. For sale by all 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999
a big season's work ahead. pkgs. j druggists.



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A Little House ofOne's SALE Il \: ClOSE- IN" PROPERTY HOOTON '&, WATSON.

$1200.00 $6300.00
tor 100 feet fronting north by 120 Merchants and others Lot 40x170. East Government St.,in Successors to Th s- C. WaUao 6 Cx

ieep. near Georgia Square an elegant considering :change of the. wholesale district.

Own :!home site. location have should to offeron see $4000.00 Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance AgencyList

$1400.00 what we .Lot 54x120. W Romana St.. foot of
1 i lots on Park avenue, fronting south, the new street We Spring.
contract to
Is a far more enviable possession than paying rent for .:>ne block from East Hill Belt. can now store office MODERN HOMES

a palace belonging to another. We are in position to of $800.00 furnish a to suit -- ,$3150.00\ of Desirable for Sale.Two
ferLiberal for four lots on North Hill on Baylen or building. 12 room 2 story lot <05x125< :: 'near Property .
street. your &peclarequire Palafox. -
meats lease or sale;
15000.00 $5000.00
Terms on I for Tarra'gona- street property fronting or the land 'only for An up-to-date swell little home on story brick building centrally located. Just off of Palafox

187! % feet. A fine opportunity to secure ImmedIate, improvement North Hill. street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... ..._ .. .. .. .. ..$10,500.00
a large business frontage. on lines subjectto $2750.00 One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner,

$10,000.00 ; our Approval. Also 6 room cottage with 5 lots good fronting south near car 1'ne! 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..$3,700.00
Residence Propertythat will buy 125 feet frontage on Garden have an Ideal site' for corner on North"Reus 'St. Two story new. dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

.: street. .A.brick building would pay 03 large hotel. Money to loan In:any.amounts. Hill.. ... ,J;.... .. .. ..... ... .... .. ... .. .. ...9315000
this lot. A 'desirable, ajid .yery comfortable one story. six room dwelling with
is, a few pieces listed with us. :A; reasonable $4,500.00 all modern conveniences. on the car line. West Gregory Street, lot

first-payment and small payments thereafter' makes you for corner. 70 by 150 one block from Will Be As 1. S. BROWN & CO. 1 80" by-144.. .. .. .. .. ........ .... .... .. .. .. ....$3,000.00
the owner. Ask us for particulars. Palafox, now renting for I54QOO per North half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots by 137 ft 6 inohes each

year. Thlesan Building. a beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block: from carline

1500.00 -. .. .:,. ,. .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .... 175000.
will buy three houses renting for Good as P lalox. "WE SELL. LOTS._ ,Two story five'room store and dwelling and one story (oar room

Pensacola Investment Company $21600 per jear. They are always. dwelling, corner lot, 60x170 near water front. .. .. .. ..$,4000.00
g ,, rented. ,. We have.a' few well located blocks in the New City Tract that we can

A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.W. .. 6000.00 For, Sale sell"at front' $325.00 to $500.00per block, any one of which Is a bar

for piece of property down town rentIng I gaIu. -
H.1LNOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON,'Secretary.- for $70.00 per ,month. McDavid-Hyer, Company, I 'Those__.caving property, desiring to sell same, would find It to their!
FOR ALE-5-roin cottages, city wa advantage to place same In our hands, as we have disposed of about
V Prej. and Cell. .
J.E. STIUMAN, ;' M&nafer. KNOWLES( BYE Treasurer. -4 $600.00
'4:room house renting for J7.00 per. Agents New' York ter, gas and free mail delivery. on 'UOQOOO.QO worth .In the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan

Rael Estate loans General Investments' month N Life ,InsuancC0mpany. -. easy terms; corner 8 ave. and 12th consult us. If you desire sn agent to collect your rents; or want

'$3,250.00for '8 E. Government Strset. St, East Hill. G. E. Brett, llmarlw. fire'insuranceor if 'ou want: to buy a piece of property and Jon't
t 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola Florida. know who owns'.same consult us.
houses (entirely new)
5 large Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. FOR SALE.-10 room house, corner
--- renting for $420.00 per year. lot ,,3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x

_- - --- 1500.00 -- 192 on car line..'For particulars inquire .
for an elegant 5-room cottage East of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan i
WHEN YOU WANT NICE, JUICY WANTED Cervantes. AH modern.gas bath etc. HOOTON & WATSON

aDi1( ill', '. Groceries at living prices. \ BARGAIN Elegant 8 room home North Hayne of strictlyfresh' farm and gardeni'
-Party owning 6,000 "
gi'l..' ,'r. on the Square, a call or street. seeds at- reasonable priC,?S. Also] PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
acres located
gooa'( mill timbelmills nut trees.
fruit and Banks Bros,f fChipley.
118. ; ,
\ $2,400.00
: "
phot" will sell
I on same outright, or an '
S _"> pounds Standard Granulated j lnterest. to practical man ,with some 6'room dwelling all modern. bath Fla. 25teblm'IOR I _____ -I---- ------l _
*!.0.0. Country Pork Chicken electnc lights etc., corner Jackson Good Investments
BUR- 1 noney. Address "Owner" Pensacola SALE:3 acres land: on Town
*',.: Egs a specialty. \Journal. : llmarlOt.i and Guillemard. one block from Pal Point opposite city,near marine ways.

GOPHERS, GOPHERS, AT MOYERS. PO'l1'10: WA."TEDy r: afox and Lee Square : > $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address FOr? RENTFOR Miscellaneous
PHONE 718. joung LOTS! LOTS LOTS! _
Land. care lOfeb -
man of experience to tak care of I am selling on East and West Hills -- w
lawn and flowers. Apply M. S., care lots at $:>0.00 per lot oa terms of $100 and Domes.: FOR SALE McMillan & Turton have RENT-FurnlsTied or unfurnished DRESSMAKING E. E Ltget has

HELP WANTED Journal. Ilmar2t* cash and 'SO' cents 'per week.. They; S. : Just received a carload of fine,Tennessee 6 room-cottage at POSITION A-'TED-By young man will double In value before pad! for. horses and mules which' may car line facing water. :Apply P. O. shop at her residence 238 West Government .

; to make mirrors at as German correspondent. Understands / No taxes and 'no interest charged. be> seen at Pou's stable on Intendencia .,Box 364, City. ISmarlm street and would like to haTeyour
.C\RN you street q llmar patronage 13 marl w.
Full guaranteed formula $5. typewriting and stenograpay. FOR RE.'TXew"Iroom house, 17

p r' I'M Co., Box 472: Pensacola, Fla. Address B.. care- Journal.- Ilmar2t- LESLIE E. BROOKS{ '-....J : -. FOR SALE--CO acre farm 10 acrea' in West Jordan St. $8.00 per month.J. TYPEWRITERS-Don't buy until you
..U.3rl l m"N WANTED=To :rent a small house pecans; miles south Chipleyoa B. 'A. Wilson & Co., real estate anJ see the new L. C. Smith visible
wirti*about one acre of good; land 144 by 192 feet"'deep on East Garden C. &. St. A. R. R.; also 120 acres, 20 rental'agents 22% W. Government St. writer. It is a peach. See the
"rEDUlan to work around the acres improved 2!% miles from town.
\\ \
near city.: Apply 1 care JournaL REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD 14400. at office L.
: II u';.. and )'ard. Apply to Mrs H.| Ilmar2t street_ Address J. B. Hogeboom. Aycock Fla. my S. Brown. 201
J&ckson, corner Bay- : SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm; Thiesen building. _ _
T, 100 Smarlm _
I' COLLECTED. MONEY hall.back' --
RENTS reception
ISmar I l'OSlTlO W.-\"TED-By an old 5 room cottage and 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 HACK No 12=Always ready with
lpn. man. a gentleman's place to take and front gallery closets house FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire and room house, all fenced In; 5 fields; 1 Z reliable driver. C. IL good
care of and keep in order. Sober and LOANED. new and in good condition large lot, Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished; story barn. good water mail box on Phone Taylor, pro
w.\"nD-Good cleaner and presser prietor. 1236. Hackman'g
industrious. Address 'A. B: C., this on North 8th avenue, between 11th also full blood game chickens and eggs the land. Address "Farm" care Journal Ex ft
4' once. No. 9 E. Intendencia. 204J! '/ S. Palafox St. Fisher BuUdIn at 1200. change Phone: 185. 20feblm
office. Smarlw and 12th street, bargain:. $ all at reasonable prices. Dr. J.. S. 7marlw -
: nar.WT.TCDA. A-J1El-Everyone to know that Phone 462. McGeachey, Chipley. Fla. Smarlm CUT FLOWERS-Ordera prompUy-
: good cook.. Apply at I Corner 8th avenue and 12th street, filled for roses! carnations flowers
The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter FRESH YARD EGGS-Received FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-room
,. 701 N. Palafox ISmar:: 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and : and designs of all kinds. Miss BertlsSmith.
has been received by F. M. and every egg guaranteed; 25 cents cOttage at 318 West Belmont St. Ap
: For Sale front 'gallery, andY city water, 616 N. Baj-cdoaa. Phone <51.
at No. 2 1$ gas, Star Laun
Bruce and is now on display dozen. C. M. Wilson corner Davis ply to Walker Ingraham at
W.TEDA. good' aura, 701. N Pal East Government. All interested are house new, & Jarg s.lot $1700. and Lloyd streets. Phone 620. dry. 25jan TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.
ISmar '
n \. cordially Invited to call and inspect. Kulp- 4mar3w Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
S. .C. BROWN LEGHORNS- west side of N.Reus
Building lots on FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom
\\ \:\ FED-Experienced help at dress rnar. Sttl.1hs--egg record'240 per ,. repaired on short notice. No. llj
Hughes street between D$5pto ..,and Strong, FOR SALE-80 acres good land three In new Star Laundry building.
': IK ng. Apply at once at 309 N., WANTED Contributions:for the Orphans pullet The farmer's and fancIer'schicken. $450. -"- -. miles south of- Chipley. Twenty E. Garden street Apply Walker In- West Government St, Pensacola, Fla.

::1.1 :,"- St 13marlws. Home. Money clothes eat Eggs for hatching An all] acres In cultivation and pure spring graham. Star Laundry. %%dec. Idee.J. .

'-$; and expenses for local ables etc. received.. Notify Mrs. Wm fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen. NcI 54 1.3: ft 'on West.Romana street at I Ion water. Will sell for cash or on t ime H. PORTER sallmaker 716 South
s.'....., manager. World famous j 'FIsher president. or Mrs. N. McKOertins 1 I, $2, pens Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50 for 15.] the foot of Spring.St. improvements Apply A. Hogeboom Chlpley. Fla. A. R. BINGHAM suitable for has furniture storage room or other for Palafox street. Orders taken for -

.old necessity. Colonial Co.,I secretary. 4mar Sunn.slde! Poultry Farm DeFunlak property, renting for $13 per month! 28feb. rent 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. tents awnings camp stools and house
Wellsville. N Y. 11.18 \VANTED-The public to know that gprIn' Fla References-anyone In $4000. I II goods cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31 jan.
:4ILr N. ; 620 SOnov
} i ISmarlm ; FOR SALE.-One choice block on top Phone
we can do all kinds of repairing .heeity. I I SHIP
:>'\\V FILER for :20m capacity circular East Ro of the ridge east. of the eleotric Oert-
float building horse shoeing etc. J. and residence 40 ft. by.110 ft, deep on
also look after FOR SALE -Grocery store railway between 7th and 8th streets. ing & Co. wholesale and retail! ship
mill who can G Welsh Carriage Co. 27febKODAKEJtS. stock mana St. next to"Bass. &: Co., a good HOTELS.THE
Including chandlers and
and ke up engines and machinery: combined. Nautre has favored this section and it !! grocers. only first-class
Have automatic p gummer and filing get Kauffman's prices fixtures, etc; nice home, good water Investment, $400G.5 :' cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. house of kind in city. .Fair prices to all.Fine .

machinery Give reference and state I for developing and: finishing. Best one whole block' under fence. Cash lots on the southeast corner of FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boat pig BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms stationary, wedding invitations:

wages expected. Address J M Russ and caeapest in city. Mail orders re i only. Corner Maxwell' and 6th ave. Spring and Lee streets; a splendid sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out good beds. Free baths and sample! visiting cards tally cards etc. CellaM.

Lumber Co., Collins, Mis 10mar3tANTEDA II ceive prompt attention. Romana and I Mrs, Z. P. Ryan. P. O: Box 614. building site 2500. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58544 room. $2 per day. Special attention Robinson representing The Chas. '

-- --- -- to Palafox Sts. :Ofeb.COURTnO 13marlm... x a> *. *"" guaranteed with registrations and to traveling; men J_ R.I Brown-I ProP.. H. Elliott Company of Philadelphia.! -'
class cook also -
\\ first ; ----
take charge of dining room for a SE DYEING. PresSTngand FOR SALE.-Turpentine location 25 .506> East Jackson' street, two story pedegrees. Carl Setterlind. Chlpley DeFunlak Springs Fla. ISmarlm Smarlm. .

of three adults. Wages twen- Cleaning' Club. 118 N.. PalafoxSt. crops boxes timber to cut 15 crops 8 room and hall house, bath, gas a delightful Fla. %6noY'.

famlh' dollars a month; white or colored .. Mrs. T. J. DavIs Prop. Your pat will sell entire business or an Interest and good neighborhood, lot 93 TYPEWRITERS-All makes and Hotels. .. .. ...... .. ........._ .. I live in, .Pensacola. corner 11th
'y new
ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran with some money. Address CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-Op. street and 15th In New '
man or woman. AnsWer to Captain to. good man ft. by 150 $3500. second hand, for sale and rent. avenue City
attention ladies
teed. Careful given Large and well lighted .
Journal. depot
"Florida care and will take care of jour Piano by
bteph.-ns, Fort Pickena Fla. 122.! Phone 380. T. B. Bruce 28 E. Government
Phone Sfeb
1'Jmar.Jt') garmenta. llmarlQ! 715 N. Baylen street, 8 room two 2mar rooms. Free sample room. Meals at the year at a low figure. Refelt,

WANTED.-Hauling and transfer S1ALE-Two-story house containIng story residence lot 70x125 ft.. every all hours. Special attention to traveling tune clean out. etc. Phone S02. 2 .
W.k.NTFD-Ten experienced. saw mill work. Office phone 363; residence FOR corner lot, &5x12D. : modern convenience an ideal home EGGS for ,hatching from carefully men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug 'rings. J. Conrad Scott Smarlm
nanJa! Apply room 415 fourth! phone 390. Acosta & White. %2-28 N rooms 501 W $5000. manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred gle. Prop. I3manlrrOHIP'LEY
For information apply
floor, Tnie-en; building.
and I
Tarragona St. 25mar fowls guarantee a good hatch.
llmai HOTEL-Carl Setterl nd.
W\NTED-\n experienced canvasser A.'iTED.-Th9 alercaants TransferCo. Chase. Two lots on Cervantes street. between Stock for sale at reasonable prices. Prop. Special attention to commercial Eggs for HatchingFrom t
SALE-Four room house with and Spring streets 60r( Barred Plymouth!' Rocks. White Ply.
wauted to take charge of a canvass wants moving and hauling FOR Baylen travelers. Free sample and bath
.H this city. Send reference and state All breakage your guaranteed. T. B. Tnor bath at Goulding, with two lot: 125 a nice building .site. a bargain mouth' Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns rooms. Large rooms with good beds. my prize pens of S. C. Rhode

,xpenence Only solicitors who can sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISlunela.WANTED Apply to L. M. Davis. P. O. Box 633 $1300. ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or $2 per day. 13marlm Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leghorns *
uen-ie" business men ne3*r apply. City. lOmanim'oTt |5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs. 1 I finest pens in the south. $1 to
'trooet-> World. Philadelphia Pa. -To buy old gold and silver Three lots on Strong street between have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida BAY HITEL.-open night and day $150 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100;
smart'WANTEIJA broken'up stuff regardless of .SALE-A. R. BIngham has 'a 10th and 11th avenues. This Syrup. Will deliver at'SOc per gallon European plan. Rooms light and I also agent for the famous Banta Incubators

sizes. Cash paid. LIgatman & Klein, good team of mules for sale. See property is very cheap' at $650. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry clean. Transient trade solicited. and Brooders.. Drop me a f.
shcuel ) man Southern to run Brick a steam 106 E. Wright Phone, 1127. them _on ha! new float. feb2 Farm J. J. Pope. Prop. Bristol. S75- 19 S. Palafox. Jss. S. Nlcolau card and I will calL E. L. McFadden.
Apply Yard I.
on Money at the lowest market rates Fla. 24feblm Prop. :Prop. Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R.
WANTED-To loan money your '
Breni Fla. Smarlw SALE-For a few days only. :2 ___
watches, jewelry and personal ef the Hagerman rsi. improved or vacant city property. I F, D., No. 1, Pen&acola, Fla.
\XTEI> Bright colored boy about cash price for old gold lots opposite 7marlm
fects. 62500. Fine loca NORTH BAYLEN Board and Rooms.
New ON
1 14 to make himself generally! usefuL dence. 10 LOTS
and silver! LIghtman & Klein 106 EIrright. ton! for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfeitizen's A SPLENDID INVEST j-nt-j-j-j -.- I
Kduffmana, corner Romana and Pala- STREET, jjjjjjj- j--j- irjjjjurjjjjjjjjjFOR MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New
Phone Timber Lands
!3l'\ Smar > Bank. ISfeblm MENT. This property Is'eaSily worth RENT-3 furnished rooms for ,'\ tick furnisaed If desired. All done
W AN TE D.-A. R. BIngham wants .. .. .. .. .. -...$2000
block $2500.00
\\:ANTED--Bright boy (white) 14 to FOR SALE-Beauufal la New rent. :Apply corner Chase and .i In good order on short notice. Leave
:" years old to do collecting and offr your moving breakage.and hauling.Phone lie 630.guarantees > City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. 5 room and hall cottage out houses Spring Sts. llmarlw orders at Green &; Watson. Phone I

,. work! Chance for promotion. Addtvs. all Apply to A. M. McMUlas. Court Housalaui. fruit trees and large garden spot 6 iwLY.FURNISHED rooms for rent. 193. 7mar

... .aIJplcaton! : In own handwritingt ; WANTED-You to call at "U- ext" lots go with house, on Southwest corner Very reason Apply Carrie M. For SaleWe

<:_ t Journal office. 7mar, Barber Shop at 109 Government.:. FOR SALC Nice. clean old newspapers G. and Wagner streets; one of the Scott.. 20 W.. Romana St.. IQmarlwFURNISHER MRS. H. S. CHUNN will receive pu-
shave shine pus in shorthand at her
haIr cut and residence.
and get a
at tie cents a bundle. TWa of highest poInts! In the city $1000.
t\XTED-Ftrst class laa'Y stenogra. for 25c. 9marlTC* OR UNFURNISHED: 321 N Barcelona St., Terms, $500 a
flee_ RENT. for rent with the privilege of month in advance. 4mchlmo.
PQ T Address In own handwritingh 1 will tune and repair your piano and FOR rooms
Work IO 1LES.-I am agent for tha .. .. .... .. light; housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory.
r"i'rpnces. Office Care organ as cheap as any one; guarantee AUTO 715 N. Baylen St. $375' Several splendid. TO U. S. LIFE SAVING STATION (
J.:!iiiwi 4mch. best and neatest work. PromD Pope Mfg Co. and can sell you, auto 506 N. 9th avenue.. .. .. ..'.. :0.00( Phone' 557. 9mar2w have them. locations, AND RETURN-The launch Le-

attention and satifactlonPhone 802 from $500.00 up. They 'cost less than 514 N, Hayne St. .. .. .. .. 2000 NICELY FURNISHED front room large and small turpentine mill locations. Clalr leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a, IDl.
i Saw
Mills Saw
Monoy tot Loan. 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarln horses to keep u?. They can be run 213 S_ Baylen.. .. .. ...... 17.50 with or without ioayl 401 W. Chase.t ; and In large daily Fare rountf( trip 25 cents.
i Some bargains
In sand or anywhere a horse can go Three cottages at Fisherville. one at 6aar2wWANTED excellent Special rates to parties. Pavilion,
: WANTED-We want jour orders for I land small traits of round and boxe3t
Brooks. -
Leslie E. 1000. and two at $15.00 each. phone 5tf.: C. II. Burton Manager.
o\EY TO 1907 Art: Calsn-lars.! Over 300 ori. .... .. -A few boarders at 212 W.: timber lands. ,
LOAN-Everybody bor- SALE-One 2511. P. boiler and 625 W Romana St. $10.00 t
from. Al
rll'A money from Jno A. Hall &: ginal designs to select Co. Pensaco- FOR en'gine; portable: holier on wheels: 721 .W. Main. .' .. .. *. .. 1250 Gregory. New house, good neighborhood .i 1 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta'5 .
('" i IE; Government street. Wheu prices: Mayes- Printing. 16feb, or boiler In running order, Collection of rents a specialty. I and: on car line. 16feblm'I and Hardwood lands. MATTRESSES.-Wholesale and re-
!W"" call on _us. SfeblmMost hu Also 2 log carts compete, ready for: NICE FURNISHED I: ROOMS for -ai Splendid list of valuable property tall manufacturers and dealers ia

$ ;- \ LOANED on all kinds of WANTED.-The, public to know that service. For terms aptly to'J3.5.. Mc Newly furnished clean and nice,:, and fine location for a Co'pny! or Stock cotton, moss and E. & C. mattresses
pers old newspapers can be. bought at Co. Cantonem.Jnt. Fla.. p05toflee.pply at 128E. Farm in South East Georgia. and be tf springs. Second band furniture !. I'
>iui property on short notice. Voy & near
this omce for five cents a b pdle. They Mrs. B Some of the choicest residence bought and sold. Upholstering
T"ml Government street. M. Trainer.
easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. %3febl m. --
1t.r.4j4. I are all clean and,nice. THE FISHER 7janlm. places I- the beautiful Jlttle city ofDeFnniafe and repairing done. Old mattresseS !
Phone 1163. ifebilut.Y ..
SALE My property. 416 E. Bra renovated ticks furnished If d
W. .' TiD.-E1ectr1E; worn of au Lint FOR : springs. Fla.. and in ; >
: 10 LOA.'i.-on real estate or clean fens repair sour Ined St. consisting of four lots '4Cx50 Oil newspapers at five cents a bundleat sired. lit B. Belmont St. city;

OUt sufficient security by dyn Let ua UJ your your wiring etc. Pars* : feet; a two story dwelling! con th.ts. office._ They_ : are all clean Fla.Our prices and terms are reason Phone 771. Davis Mfg. Co.. C. T. Da-

t o Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox andRana. 570.; mo.Peasacola! Electrlo Co2C5. S talnlng 6 rooms hall ways bath room REAL ESTATE AGEHCY and.nice.BARGAN. as Mgr.
: up stairs. 17nov-. closets and pantry. On car liner wll able.Cal offer services
NQTICE my as sun
Baylcn write to us.
property for $300003.: E on or I
io.\EY TO LEND-On good real ea- CLOTHING WANT sell I| veyor. locating! homesteads for the
tu security, or on good collateral. ED-Highest price paid: for gent's U Reese. people of western counties of Florida!

_* owest rates. Leslie "E. .Brooks. clothing only. Sell second hand ood'. JUST f.ECEIVED-Lar snipmeat ol Phone 87. AYf,1ARD Addresj W. J. Stephens. Sr., Lock -

"f building. 21JanH"NL Dress'sultsfor rent. 'No: E.Intendencia I Imported,Olive OiL Retail by pint CITY PROPERTY TURNER hart' Ala. 16feblm

t : \ LOANED on all kinds of per TED.-All Kinds 6t" electrical gallon or larger quantity. Q Moraiso C. ROPKE has Just opened a butcher

>rna property on short notice. work.' I'sell all kind of electrical & Co., ship"chandlers antf grocers 701 206 South Palafox Street. $1200 Estate and' shop and grocery store corner Davie .
Palafox. 4oct
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair batteries and other'electrical supplies. South five-room house with bath andhall Real and Brainard Sts. Your patronage

-!.S South Pal tQX St., PLont 1144. When you -need me' ring 315 or 935.E. FOR SALE"-Large horses and mules, Buys on a East HilL Abstract,.Company, solicited.: Satisfaction gnaranteed. .

__ _ _ Snov_ .- W. Peake. new Star"Ladndry build- for turpentine operators and log; men -- --- $1350--Six room cottage and bath, Phone 915. Imarlm*

UXLiIIITCD amount or money to loan Ing. E. Garden. 15dec- We guarantee satisfaction. Address I STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE EJ Wright street P. 0. Boi I 115 DJraaiai\ Spriajj., Fbrlii WATTS AND COLESContractorsand
1 I & Co. G. G. Cobb manager. '
0:1, au kinds of or Waterman room cottages rent
personal property W.A."TED.-Real Estate for sale $1350-Two five builders. Estimates on all kind
!a. rates to business men on large rent, leaa or exchange. Your business t Chlpley FTa. ZSfeblin. STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. ing'$16 per month. As Investment of building and repair work._ Satls-i

Sos ta- Tbe New York Loan Co.. 204H respectfully solicited.! .J. A. Wilson FOR' SALE-Barred Plymouth Roc] and will pay over 12 per cent; E. Gregory. faction guranteed. Phone 1208. oGc?*
; II Palaro. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government -' cockere's ready for yard $1.l1 tc I Rogers, master. 52SOO-A beautiful home on corner REAL ESTATE 208 N. Reus.: 28feblm

street, Room 7, SalIsbury; $;3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrsi.zzM .. Freight service between Pensacola lot two stories. with S rooms all modern and
LOST building. Phone 172. 3jan B. Hughes. Chipley. Fla.14feblm and Freeport Fla. At Baylen street A barga'n, --43 E. Cervantes. 30,)00 acre wood iat'ds' 15 to 25 I CARRIAGES repaired repainted.
1 Pensacola cheap for casb, Floats built to order. Horse shoeIn -
corner lots on E, Hill miles of ;
Tourists and! .$950-Five I .
.. wharf, Wednesdajs.! J. G. Welsh Carriage
-- - .- line a nice building sIte. and quick sale; also city property for a specialty.
L4T: -\ Business Opportunity FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmpror, others desiring see places of interest near car ; lots corner Gadsden sale and rent We want Tour reaJ I Co. 27feJ>

roof star-shaped gold pin with aCe ed property In all parts of the city, on Choctawhatchte Bay and Santa' $aSQ Three liner southern exposure estate to rent or sell on best terms I :
pearls around design. Opaln' stand car
"- finder please return to 221 FLORID OPPORTUNITIES interested J.Room A. Wilson 7, Salisbury& Co.. Real building.Estate Agents Phone; Rosa Sound should make this trip. Fine view of bay. for good service. ;

,,::.!'Jackson. street for reward. In the great opportunitiesin 72. 23JM I Special rates for parties of ten ort newspapers' for
_( the-Peninsular State"send 10 c'nts more. For rates of other Informs C.RTYAEGER H. T. CRAWfORD l'Old'

1.O'TE -V Heart.shaped_key ring for our "Magaz'ne! of Opportunities" FOR S.\LE-One fine extension tablE ion apply; on board or address P. O.a Palafox at this officeI.
DevelopmentCo. and six fine dinfng chairs cheap. South Street.
-table Jacksonville Building. Phone 68( 3I54
Jour- one year.
reward for return to Thlesen
Fla. No. 202
.. 10maf. .. Jacksonville, Fla 13 mar::t. Address P. O. Box 395. Wet lion 632, Pensacola.

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f 1 1C'30D j ''FI R. POll AGAIN REAl ESTATE iIi; joe'whiskey ltlli1 ''I I. McMillan- Bros. Co. IThere Are Millions of Dollars Back_--


AWARDED THECONTRACT TRANSfERSFollowing w/0 heads i I of Every Policy in The Equitable.

SHIRTS I i' always seek the
Better,consider the question of life Insurance today.
Is'a list'of tan deri recorded
I yea'erday report4 by.The; best and find it. MOBILE. ALABAMA. I Tomorrow never comesKnowles

Pensacola' Abstract C': I I quality purity, -! .
Mary B. Anderson and, A. J. Aiderson -, Insurance BrOs. Gen'l
We want you to try our
her husband. to -A.. A.-'f Isher. let flavor and age MARKETSNaval / Fire, Life PensacJ

Shirts. :Many hundreds 18. block 34. iDonelson', Tract, nand, i make "old joe" .
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( : of have tried them S. B. A. No. I with other considerations. ----
men Contracts A. A. Fisher to Levy Brazwell. lot a strong favorite stor L IJ.

and we want you to try 9, block. 3. West King Tract $150. ] H wise !II Ua Savannah, Ga., 'Mar. 12.-The naval ............................... .................
him to the Dead of J. W. Marble ( get
Bury to P. Hale Wilson I stores market. closed today: as follows::

them too. We know you lots 16 and 17, block 1J9. West K'ng million bottles WW .620 W'k; :::
the Asso iation. : Tract, $1 and other considerations.: j1'' WG.: 6 10' Ii I Iron Supply Co. i ii

# 7t will be satisfied with them I John F. Ryan to Carrie A. Alem-I N- ... '.." .." .-. .5 90
t I berte. W. 100 ft. "of lots 1. 8, '9 and, sold annually )1.... .. .. ...5 45 i Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS :

: because they are made of Every vote. out,of nearly two hun 10, block 42. Belmont Tract. $1000 full measure K.. ,..:. .:.. ..... ..... .. ...5 2 FORGINGS. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
first class materials and dred, with one lone exception. was i I and other considerations. I.. .... .;.: .... .. .... .. ..4 5a REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all o-ders 4
Henry McCutchen to C. H. Smith, i . .. ... ..4 25 : James & Co.'s .
cast last night by: the members of convenient package : day or night Agents for McKay celebrated Log anri
: ?flI made, too, to fit. Wo I I- Stevedores Benevolent Association No.I lot 10 in subdivision of lot 8. Seel 32., OH-:; :. :.: ::' .: ..........:..:4.10F. Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Residence :

s'J t 1 to again award the contract to T. 6 N. .R. 30 .V,'.. $200. moderate price) .'. .. .. .. ... ':..410 : phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mg,.. 4 ;
.p. :, sell them for fifty" cents i I Frank R. Pou for burying the daad of McMillan M'll Co. to W. G. Hall. W ik E.. .: .. :. .. .*' 10 ...........................t.......................
to two dollars and fifty I the association. % of the NE%, 'uf SQU and NW% of jf!' sold everywhere. D., .4 10

*Zt The meeting was" the annual one of' SEV4 and 10 acres in the S. :part NE C .. ./... ..410 + >++"+ ... + + + +++** *" +'
cents each. The}'re the association and it is the customof side of NEW of.SWr S c.-' 22 T. 5 N.,/ "b & .b" atlanta G,.' ..410
I I' R. 32 70 acres..$350. ; Spirits Turpentine 70 cents. '
the body to award the'contract' for
: worth It. burying those who may die during the Wm. I{., Knowles.' ,,W.: ..t- D'Alem-f' IAUSLEY & COMPANY::1
berte and A. .
jear. Last night every undertaker: in : A. Fisher} executors to ---+--a AUSLEY' &.CO.'S REPORTS
Josephine Whittinf.; lot ; Market.
the city submitted bid. but only one ton. 39 and W. t. :: !Liverpool Cotton.
20 ft lot 36. block !aiaxent REESE J. MENDEEReese \ ,
4lr. Tract, lo.esn..Feb. .
L of them got a vote outside of Mr. Pou. -
1300.I J .
showing that the association had been :
M.. Brooks .to Feb.-Har.. COMMISSION BROKERS i jII
Win Buzbee, 2Q
well pleased with the service he has acres in _S.. end of lot: 3, frac. Sec:.. 16. & Mendel Mar.-April.................................565 ,
*4 TheJohn White Store rendered during past years. I T.5N.L30V.$1.Jacob : ril.HaT ..5.66al..ruue. f
Mr. Pou wishes to thank the mem- ...5.C8JnneJmlj WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA [
Kchliater The .
bers of the asssoclatron for showing Klein. Bernard and Home Tailors, .6-70 ,

.1l Specialist In Men' "'u.>. their confidence in him by again Catherine Schliater by John B. Jones Jaly-Aacrnst ........................-...... '.72 .
awarding him the contract ana1! that special master 10 A. F. West, S& of Aagvst-September:......-5.w
205-207 S. Palafox Street too by such_a large,vo e. NW and TUV of :NW%t Sec. 12. T.:'5 Buildersof September-October .55\ i Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0,, and Chicago. j
N. R, 31,W.. 120 acres, $-100. October-November ....&O
Phone 225. Wm. Buzbe to Geo. Smith 20 acres November-December .. ....53Dec0mberJnnacy !

NAVAL STORES in S. end of lot.3. frac. See., 16 T. 5 N. ... : COITONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS \
R. 30W. 23acres. $100 Liverpool Spots.581.

W. H. Knowls to Knowles Hyer. S v
7i. EXPORT COMPANYISSUES % of block 321,,New City 41-and other $ 'New York. Cotton Market. i Bought and Sold on Margin ,or for Investment.
considerations. Open High Low CPos*
Professional! Directory March..:.........10.3S 1083 1027 1C27M I
Co.N., all C. of McMillan block 183 to of Bscambia the WestKlng Realty Men's y.1057! 1060 1041 1043: i Reference: First National and Peoples' Ba ks. Phone 1173 i i.o.
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STATEMENT OF ITS BUSINESS July. 1070 10.73 10.55 1057 .
THOS. PEBLEY, Tract, outside the corporate mlts: of .uI Ang....f..tt63 10.63 10 M 10. Ii ........................ .......o.................;
LAW. REAL. ESTATE LOANS AND FOR INFORMATION OF Pensacola; also an undivided halt interest October..;..........W.W 10.13 10.W 10.06
in lot 2 and W. half of lot 4, December..........iaja 10.23 10.11 10.11 t........+...........*................ +..+++. ++.
COLLECTIONS STOCKHOLDERS. Sec. 33, T. 2 S. R. 30 W. 117.32ft acres Fine New York Spots. 1L 4
:. td PALAFOX AND ROMAN $1 and other considerations.'N. ,New Orleans lujg.
4N. PHONE 553.T C. McMillan to Dr. D, W McMil- Wheat. i The Not
Ian. Open High Low Close Embarrassed
an undivided half Interest in lot a
4 I The following statement has been
: May_.......t7l n m( 78I7tg ;
2 and W. half of lot 4. Se 33 T. J\1.
issued by The Naval Stores Export Clothes. July......... .7d ; 7s3
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G. YATES M. D D. Company: 30 W. 117.32% acres., $1 and other :
To the Stockholders of The Naval considerations. Corn. j By sudden or unexpected- company. If there's a gas range :
Stores Export Company: J. J. Hooton to D. Hale :Wilson. 6J New and up-to-date Ine'ot; Spring 'Open" fligh Low Close I In the kitchen. E
OPTICIAN of. block 2S3. Ne" ,City, $1 and other and Summer Suitngs'and! Trouser : 4 '
The annual meeting of the stock KaT..s>-. <3-i! IP: ; 43 -
306 THIESEN BUILD I CM holders of this company will b3 held considerations.Lee ings. Jttlr_.U>j U% 4i# 43Ji : ]
: in Jacksonville Florida on April 10th. Danrell to Lesl'e E. Brooks. W Suits from $17.50 to $;SOOO : i The Fire's
at which time there will be submitted half of lot 2 and lots 3 to 6, inclusive Trousers from $5.00'to $15.00 New York Stock Market Always Right, i :

t1 eJo-t"tre1I: detailed reports of the company's affairs block 85 East King .Tract; $100. and Join, our Gentlemen's; Suit Club. Open Close! : i
for the fiscal other considerations. Costs only $1.50_ .month. for pressing Sonth.rnPaeIfto.- 8:11'
FINE! PHOTOGRAPHS. 1st. You will receive year furfh ending?r formal April Caas. A. Rid to Pensacola Investment and small _rep pe/r.s. Copper......................_ ie; 1074A. : Ready to cook anything from a pan of ,muffins to a bo]1- ted 1i

Pensacola Fla. notice of this meeting, but in the Co. lots 14. 15. 16. 17. 18 and W. Dyeing and Cleaning of men's andwomen's 8.R. 140 l3I i chicken. The chill of cool mornings and evening :
meantime we feel should have 30 ft. of lot 13, block 112. New City, $1 Clothes a specialty. At h.. 83 K kocked off by the use of a gas heater-$1.50 to $10.
A.R.. 1 160 I :
the following information which was and other considerations. I Give us a'trp.l! We.will.appreciate, R.R T.t,. ,824 7tf f&.1
L : Morris reported at a meeting of the Executive .I J. C. F. Sprankle to B. F. J'erntganrli i iI jour business -o 0.,.- B.0 iio iErie l1O i Ii tI.
Dannheisser I Committee of the company held : Co. N half of Sec.. 30 T. I{ N\, R. HEESE.MENDEL.TAILORING: CO.', .' .......... .43 Pensacola Gas Company : .
ll (Form rlY of Dannhelsser Bros.) February 22, 1906. I 31 siderations.W. :320:: acres, $100 and other' con Phone 675. 11 .N..Palafox St. 0.".I 65. 64';<

!.*8 Pure Wines.Old Rye Beer and Tobacco.Bourbon, Fino this At company the time of and the Patterson-Downing contract between', R. C. Caldweli to' H.- S. Forbes' half .,,, r! VX 40J6>% i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. .:

; 0r ana undivided Interest in lots 1 and 2.. blk. 3D>, t
Old Hickory Company and S. P. Shotter Company.this .i 12, Dallas Tract, 200. L.& N..................... 14i i 16\4 :......... ....."...o.\...............: J
Whiskey Specialty company had a paid in capital of i J. C. Richardson to' E. F., EglehoffN. Lead.......................",. s;i 'sIi"i. .- .I---.- -------
12 W. Zarraflossa Street. about 1000000. Its bills payable I 187 ft. of lot Z, -Sec. SHIPPINF NE1SArrived. VC..............._...... 56 52 (
51 T,
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.CHAS.BLUM&CO. were approximately 2750000. Its I I 130 W.. and 2 S. it.I Met.......................... 116 116 LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD
assets consisted of spirits and rosinat $1 other conslderati ns. CAD..Pae............-....... li1J3" lO COMPANY. :
various terminals and distributing S. S. Pegram by attorney 'and Eliza. H.1".0 ..;.;.................. 14; 14'4 Throogh and Local Time Tables Between Ponsacola and Points North.
Ii agencies in this country and abroad beth C. Pegram to A. C. 'Blount ind'. P.O ............. ............ 118 98R.D.G. r
: and as well as its capital stock in the vidually and as trustee for W. A. Dora. Br ss, Mitchell, 1457, St. Pa'ul .. .... 129 126 READ DOWN. READ UP r
4FULLQT8/ Southern Warehouse Company which Blount, C. W. Lamar. W, D'C Kessler de Loando.- 81.P ITff% 1753: jE.I Trains Nos. Trains Not. J
and South Pensacola Co W iB ; 2 4 3 1
an *
company owns and controls the tanksat PrecursoreK.,, bk.cSchiaffino 1508 t
Savannah and terminals at Fernan- undivided one-third 'of lota 4, 5,. 15, 1 Genoa to Rosasco Bros. B........-,.'.0 89% 1l:05pm 11:55am Lv. .. ..Pensacoa.! .. .. ... 5:00am 4OOpu: :

dma, Tampa and Pensacola. acres and 8.of according Pedro Palao to subdivision of'96 Scilhn, Ital_ bk. Zeno, 1220, South L. Pomna T.Col.................._................. 13 13U' 151S Ir.J.: :* 6:30am / 6:20pm I oAr.. ...Montgomery..Lv. 9:35pm 1115am 1
The deliveries of sprits: and rosin I Grant or Sec. 47, hampton to Rosasco. ., f:.P.... ... ........ 112 13:% 1l:45am 9:1pm( Ar.. ..;.Birm ngham .. .. Lv. 4:0pm 8:33am:
awned by this company and covered 48 and 49. T. 2 S. R. 30 W.; also a'l :=::::: 7:25pm' 3:17am Ar.. .. ...Nas1l\ille.. .. ...Lv. 8:45am 2aru;; (

by the contract of sale have been i those portions of said Jedro Palao VESSELS W" fORT.St.amshIp. 'Ausl y &. Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. 8:00pm: "h:37athLv..Nashville..Ar. 8:17am 2:05am I

completed and these deliveries were Grant outside anj Sec. 47. 48 and 49 ''whch; lie .. : New York. Mar. )Pensacola had L 1:25am I 8:15am I Ar.. .. .Evansville.. .. ..Lv. 3:00am I Blpm: ( "
fl so expedited as to enable the company of boundaries of said subdivision Dorothy Br ss, Whyte 1546 Mobile\ the honor of entertaining Mr. Harvie 7:40am 2:10pm Ar.. .. ..St. Louis.. .. ....Lv. 8:45pm 3Wpu:: t
$1 and other E. O
QTSo'QtS considerations.D. Saltmarsh: :Br ss, Rogers
t to secure rebate of interest or Jordan yesterday and we must saythat 7:50pm 3:27am Lv.. .. ..Nashville .. .. .
D. Stephens and Chas L. Wood 2319. Liverpool tQ'dillf Transit Co. .Ar. 8:27am 2'nan t
about $5,000 on its outstanding bills we heartily approve of his ware- %:lam I 8:30am: I Ar.; .. ..Louisville. .. ..Lv :45am 9:0po
$900 s4so pajabls. to Etta Eglehoff. lots 16 and 17, blk. lolanthe, Br ss, Hodgson. 1943. SL house scheme even if it should take I :
The entire 75. New City. 575. I Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. 7:2fiam 12:01n'n: At..Cincinnati .. .. ..Lv 11:00pm Goipsi
indebtedness We
: of the company ten years to bring it to (perfection.
tj D. Perry to Lee Daniell lots Weardale Br ss, Lornier 1749
1 to 4. St.
represented by'notes and also think he is feeling a little more Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. J
inclusive block 213! New Vincent.
: $50.
amounting have crowd
as wa stated. to approximately friendly towards the speculative
;ff14t : $2.750,000: has been paid. L. Boley to A. :Maura lots 5 and 6. Ships. than he did some; time back and we 6&7 2A3 4&1 3d.2 1&4 52.6
The trust agreement to secure the block 32 and lots 5 and 6. block 35. Orpheus, Aust ship Medanic Tries I fervently hope he and they will short: 7:00am: 11:05 pm 11:5 1mLv| -::.Pensacola.-::-:.Ar.j -5:00ami: 4:00pm- -6'30pa;:

twenty-five stockholders, who for the Dallas Tract. $50 and other Considera.. te. I ly get together; for we believe it is 10:45am 2:55am: 4:12pmjAr .. .Mobile .. ..Lv.12:40amll:59am|" 2 35pm:

-. ;_ purpose of aiding! this company in tions. A Bar(.*. for the good not only of the southern 6:00pm: 7:15am 8l5pmiAr.' .. New Orleans. Lv| 8:15pm|.. ... ._. 9':2an!;
';( margining Its loans. gave the company Gurli. Rus bk. Blomberg. 702 Bar- farmer, but for the whole south that
I l'... their notes for $10,000 each. has b en beaoea to Pensacola Lumber Co. they do so soon as possible. Flomaton, Pensacola and River Junction.

t c .-' satisfied, and the notes returned to Florida a nd Alabama Pedro Lacave. Span. bk. Maristang There is absolutely nothing to be expected 21 5 I 1 I 3 Trans! do not stop at stations I 2 I' 4 I 6 Z!
the respective makers. 209, Savannah to Rix }I. Robinson. from the consumer and if we !Daily I DallylDailylDailywhere I no time Is shown \1 Dallyf IDailYDallybaU1! :

r The company now has cash in bank LAND COMPANY Antwerp Starthem, .Br bk, Maitland, U7!. of the south pull together, regardlessof ...... 4:55j 2:30f 2:50 Lv.. ...Flomaton.. .Ar. 12:45 '1:25 8:5.:: ..

jp,4: 617 AND approximately $300,000 together with f Schooners. speculator or consumer or anything; ..... 5:00: 2:351 2:55.. .. .: ..Century .. .. .. 1:40 11 8:1))) .
: : 519 WZST !Us '
BAY ST., holdings in the capital stock of Manufacturers else for that.matter we are bound to I .
of, Lizzie E. Demison. Am .... .. 5:07: 2:41 : ... .. .. .BluffSprings .. ....12:33: 1:15 8:1St.5:17'2:51'3:20 ..
tt'1 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Southern Warahouse Company the and Dealers in sch. Peck and if do \
estimated be 'o'n tie winning side we .
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452. to master. : : .. ..McDavid.. .. .... :% 1:05 8:0lil... .
net value of wh'ch: LUMBER .
is SAWED of
150,000), CYPRESS SHINGLES not we will surely fall tar
---- 5:30: ) .. ..
.PineDarren' .. .
------ ---- and well AND Horatio I. Bak r. Am sch MohT. .I 3:04\3:361.: \ ..1:08 12:5 7:5)1.;)
as some uncollected balances KILN-QRIED SAP.COFFEF. what are 'our just dues. 5:39 3:131.3:50.. .. ...11.>1Ino.. .. .... ..
.11:59 1:43 7:4il
which 720. Lagua J.,. A. Merritt & Co. :
on made final accounting of the deliveries -!: Thos. S. Dennison, Am sch. Wade, Liverpool again sold 16,000 bales of ..... *5:43..I'4:04. .., .. ....Quintette .. .. .....11:51 .12:34: '7:3'-': ,
LI !7CENTLii There abroad. 'will be due this i I 1329 Baltimore to order. spots this morning but at a reductionof ,.. .. .5:531.3:26i.4:1l.. .. ..Cotta e Hill ... ... .11:44'12S'7Z4'5:57 ':. .
company. are som unsettled three points while contracts were .
balances Barkentines.Beatrice 3:291'4:15 .. :. :_Cantonment .. .. .11:401126/7311./ .. .
due the company from other reduced some 2 to 3 points. These .... .. .
Am bktn. 6:01: .3:3tl.4:23: ..Gonzalez.. .. .11:3 %:! 7:261--\ .
which Casaveggio 1430 "
sources are being collected : V stuff in the English .
the actual
by sales I
Rctterdam .*6:031'3:361.4:25.: : .. .. ...Roberts.. .. .. '. .
suit and otherwise II to Pensacola Lumber Co. .11:33/.12:19'.1:2t/ : ,
There is approximately *, market' certainly do not look much ..6:15 .2:45 : .. .. .. ...Olive.. .. .... 11:221'l2:09' 7:15.,. ..
COLLARS bO,000 due this company on RAIDED AND DESTROYED like"a fa1Un'goff in the demand for. .6:21.3:51.4:48.: .. .. ..Brent.. .. .. .... : .12:04 .7:09. .
are stock specially subscriptions.You We are the'Pioneer- MANY' ILLICIT STILLS the fleecy' : staple at the short present and L .' 6:25 '3:54 .4:52.... .. ....Goulding .. .. ....11:11\.12:01 '1:05. .
requested to be such a demand makes sellingdangrouB
4:00 .. .
i present in person at the company'sannual Coffee Roasters 'of ,in the extreme. ,6:30: 5:001 .Pensacola.. Lv. 11:05111:55 7:00--:,

: meeting' ; at which time as we Special to The Journal. The movement to ports continues. pMPM27I. I So 28 ATFri-} I
The man who is skeptical have stated heretofore, accurate detailed West Florida.McHUGH'S 'Mtnanna. Mar. 12.-F. R. Harford full ,estimates for tomorrow placingthe I.... .\..4:001:00\ I Lv.. Pensacol.. ;Ar. \ 10:50\ 10:30..1: .

statements of all the company's I of the International Revenue Service Houston and New Orleans receipts .. .. 4:13'' 7:13.. .. .BohemIa.. .. .. ...10:171..1'
about a ten cent collar transactions will be prepared and sub has just returned from a raid with at. 15.000 to 17.000 bales, and I...... '1:11 .. ....Guu Point .. .11:33'l0:151. .. .

A' mitted for the information of the I Capt. J. R.. Ware and Deputy United this had a depressing effect upon values I..... .4:15''...... .. .. .'Ynlestra..; .. .. ..... .10:13j.....
should see those we are stockholders. BLENDS States. Marshall J. D. Crews. They upon this side of the water. ... I..... .. 7:18.. .. ..J2cambia .. .10:28 .10:10I.... .

L Yours very. truly, succeeded in capturing and destroy. Our markets opened practically unchanged I..... ..4:251:5.: .... .. ...Iulat. .. .. .. .10:19.10:011.: ....'
selling for a dime. They THE NAVAL STORES EXPORT CO. ing three illicit stills and a largo but some aggressive short I..... .4:28../ ........ .. ....Ha.rp.. .. ... ..... 9:581..1:

are a 4.ply linen .collar have no equal, A trial) amount of whiskey and other Illicit selling ,carried prices down some 12 ,I.-... .4:33//. .. 9:51.1;
products. t lEbme of the stills ....
The were points where some support was in evidence 9:4jl.//
Original. will convince the connoisseur >ery crude consisting ofan Iron wash 1-..._... :OOI.. .
and come In all the but on' the whole our markets 9:81.
latest Foley &; Co., Chicago, ot. a of 7:35..GaltCity..S ,
originated I piece iron piping a barrel showed disposition to low I..... .5:18t .
that a some
C sag
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung we and, a few connections. I..... .. .
t styles. Call and see I raerit remedy,and and on account of th* great make no extravagant t. j er.any There outside was trading no evidence and until whateverof this I...... 5:351- .. ... :: 8:4J-----8:531.
popularity of
'A. n'i
them-buy one or two- Honey and Tar many Imitations Foley's claims. 'Reprei ntative. element gets In the game we have' no 1...... PI 8:561.. .. ..Deer Land .. .. S 8:33 AM i.-'
offered for the genuine. These are A.Nachman: of Montgomery announces I hope for any material advance, still .......... : .. loSSey.IIeaJ .. ...... .....
try them; that's the way l less: imitations have similar worth. in this issue that he will exhibit the continued sagging of values in I............ 9:35.: DeFunat! SpriD'g .. ....... ...I
names. Beware of them. The sounding Wholesale and RetailGROCERS his line of ready-to-wear garments face of,such a magnificent spot demand 9:4-1.. .. ...Argyle.. .. .;.... 1:44..... .,
to find genu for women of taste at the Es 'I.I..S. 9:57.. ..PonceDeLeon ... .,
: out their value.. ine Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yellow cambia is something very seldom seen .1:9..1.. .
.hotel next
package. Ask for it and refuse Wednesday. Thursday in any commodity and is surely hardto 10:10.. .. .."'esttllle.. .. .. '1:17..1... .
t1: Something extra fine in any substitute. It is the best remedy and Friday, March 14th, 15th and explain in fact It leaves the 'out- I........... 10:15.. .. ......:. ...
for coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem. 16th. Thesa style exhibits given by sider in doubt as to whch is the safe I..... ....... 10:30.. ... ..Caryviile.1:12....... .. ..
Shirts at one dollar. terte druggist and apothecary.A. and all kinds of Mr. Nachman each 'season. are of inestimable side. and he seems to have "in the I........... 10:47.. Cnlpley.. .. ... 6:37.....". .I.:""
Feed : benefit to the ladies of (IFen.sacola .... ..... .. .. .......
case of doubt took to the woods. ,10jS8 !! .....
Out of town orders solicited. O. H. Stuffs.Pluto .. placing them .as best it does. In direct However any one who 'has studied I..'... ..... 11:07.. .. Aycock.6:27.. ...... ....
Meeting touch the
Tonight. with I
artists of
........... 11 %5 .. .
The legitimate .conditions in the least .. .. ..... .
.A. H. is notified that New York centers.,
will be held a metIng interested andforeign and Every knows that' such a cash demand for ,..... ..... '11:45.... .. ..Cypress.. .. 5:38 ..... .,...
o'clock dress
March 13.. at 730 tonight woman who in is invited sho.vUs any product must have its effect sooner I............'11:521.. .Grand Ridge .. .. : '......
JAS. McHUGH. Pres. WaterWholesale grand one show of isn't new styles for springOf this : or later',on the price of contractsin I............* %: ... .. Sneads.. .. ..... 5:32..I... ..

L H. 0. ANSON D. J. HAYES, Sc.Order 1906. vance.. the way of a good substantial ad. I II._,.._._._........ %:li Aroe River Junction Lv. ;5:10....... .\...,

Eastern Star. and Retail. Trains stop on signal.!

Regular meeting of I EXCURSION THURSDAY
'CASH CLOTHIER O.Florida Chapter No. 1-1. I ... ... The professional and speculative Mr. Jordan claims the acreage r*

Tuesday R .S.,8 March o'clock p.13th.m. New Orleans Grocery Co. i The. Young People Society of First CAPUDINE element seem to fear to load up with ductlon is an established fact Welt
PreSbyterian church wW give Ip, I IMMCMATU.T
an excursion : CVWX3
heavy lines either to :J>
Visiting, members are any way, evidently we are from aiissouri-"We have
Thursday the'bay to pointsof 1. I 1 HEADACHESBmksupCOL5 fearing the weight of the fai'a
Corner Palafoi and Main cordially invited. the movement shown. We prefer to pin our
Interest and-toMJHon on Florence
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