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 14, 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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In I Government; Service Caused VILUAGBS DESTROYED BY Spoke at Jackson Before: Twenty-

Considerable Discussion in Five Hundred People on BAD
ERUPTION DA YS ARE PREPARING Short Visit to Dssp Water Port of It

'House Yesterday. "Democracy.

FRENCH CA THOLICS the Gulf Enjoyable in


Associated Press. 'into the in stream three
A Against Recommendation Enteredby Honolulu. Mar 13.-Officers of the tens of a mils wino and twenty feet Introduced By y Justice Whit- u'

steamer Sierra which arrived here deep at the rate of twenty feet an

b Y Commander of G. A; R."CORPORAL" from Sidney, N. S. ,W. via Samoa report -hour. At night a solid wall of molten field of Supreme;Court. By Associated Press. bers of the new cabinet with the additional R

that the eruption of a volcano on lava, five miles long can be seen Rome,Mar.13-The'Vatican has been statement that its composition Work of Improvement that is '
the island:: of Savall 'occurred on a reaching far out into the sea. would not be be officially announceduntil
the French cabinet crisis
large scale. For some distance the sea water is tomorrow because today, being Now Going on. !
TANNER WRITES IN Three villages have been completely boiling and the surf breaking over the PAID HIGH TRIBUTE OF. CHARAC with the keenest interest but its solution the thirteenth day of the month was

BEHALF OF COMRADES OF CIVIL destroyed including Malaeola, where fiery. stream.. TER OF JUSTICE LAMAR, TALKED is considered complete the disaster considered unlucky. The Pontiff
was located the finest cocoa plantation The government recently chartered to the Catholic Church in France.A smiled sadly when this informationwas
WAR, MANY OF WHOM WOULD on the island. a steamer to remove the women and OF GOVERNMENT; MATERIAL prominent prelate exclaimed today given him, saying: "Evidently MEMBERS IMPRESSED WITH T HS:

Lava from the volcano was Sowing children from the zone of danger. ?/ : "We have fallen from the fry being a free thinker does not exclude GREAT AND GROWING IMPORT..
a SCANDALS5< IN HIGH Vatican authorities received a dispatch -II for the dear dear Catholics in ANCE OF WEST FLORIDA'S MAG.
Dowie Deceived His Wifeas today givng the names of mem. I France." NIFICENT HARBORDREDGECAUCUS

BILLS to the Real ConditionsBy OCRATS TO DO. I- Terrifying Experience at OF DISTINGUISHED PLACED AT DISPOSAL'PARTYt

By Associated Press Associated Press. It is reported that she has said to By Associated Press. Sea on Board French LinerBy ,

Washington Mar. 13.There was Chicago Mar. 13.-John Alexander friend's that she had been deceived as Jackson Miss; Mar. 13.-Judge Alton I BILE. "
to real conditions in the church and B. Parker of New York deliveredan .
coni-llerable discussion in the House has I
Dowie head of the Zion church
believed millions of money was available address here today on "Democracy"at Associated Press. on the steamer became panic stricken
'oila on the question of eliminating parted from his wife according to a conditions did of the state legislature '
when such not the Invitation New York. Mar. 13.-A terrifying and were quieted only after the cap. The visit' of the several members of
igtd clerks from the employ of thtstn story in the Daily News. It is declared exist. before twenty-five _hundred peo experience at sea, was reported by the tain and first officer had threatened
'rnmt>n1. Mr. Littauer. of Nevi that the last message of Dowie She is reported an desiring to sell ple. Judge Parker was given an oration officers of the French line steamer them with revolver and knife. the Rivers and Harbors' Committee: to

\nf, and :Mr. Livingston of Georgia, to his home was ignored and that the expensive furnishings of the when he was introduced by ChIef' Hudson which arrived today. Captain Juham said the storm Pensacola yesterday was a very pleasIng .
.. Mrs. Dowie cast her lot with the or Dowie home for the benefit of the Justice Whitfield, of the Supreme During the storm which swept the" while it lasted was the most severe affair' in every respectpleasing.r
"r.> Anting the republican and the dinary followers of Zion. .church. Court. Atlantic last Friday afternoon and he ever saw in his thirty years experience ,, as well to the visitors as it was to '

democratic views, concurred on the I Judge Parker, after expressing his evening the 336 steerage passengers at sea. '. the Deep Water City whose guests
question that something must be done thanks for the opportunity afforded of
they The whole committee .

in thf. way of naorganizing; govern STILL OUTLOOK BRIGHTAT addressing h gh tribute the to legislature the character and payinga of the could not make the entire tour of the
men! serviceCORPORAL", CHASING C N G Traction Stocks
ALGECIRAS late Justice Lamar took up the funda- coast which the itinerary includes,

TANNER mental principles of government 0 upon Chairman Burton being one of those

which he said in part Suffered Large Declines who could not be with them but the
ENTERS A PROTEST "Nothing can convince us, and nothing
I following members composed the
should swerve us from our ingrained
Washington Mar. 13.-orporal": THE INDIAN DELEGATES ARE AWAITING conviction that an indefinite exten party as it reached Pensacola:

Tanner, commander in chief of the STRUCTIONS-BREAK NOW sion of the powers of government, By Associated Press. last ,night at 46. declined to thirty. The Committee.B. .

Grand Army of the Republic has written CONSIDERED IMPOSSIBLE either at home or abroad, is neither (Chicago, Mar. .-Prices of Chicago the The first wrong reports interpretation of the supreme placed court on B. Dovener, of'West Virginia.

a letter to 'Representative James; American nor safe; that the levy of traction stocks suffered severely today decision aroused much:wrath among E. F. Acheson. of Pennsylvania accompanied

A Tawney, of Minnesota, chairman OUTlAWS any collected money without for taxes fear which for favor cannot,be or on both the New York and Chicago -local brokers to-day. Several prominent -! by his wife and d1Ughter. ..

o; the House Committee on Appropriations .-"*"..'..*By Associated Press. without conferring hnSfx Trivileges I Union stOCK Traction exchanges.common In stock N w broke York completely brokerage on the houses wrong were tack thrown by the I R. flV Bishop, of Michigan, accompanied ",1 1.

protesting against the+ Algeciras )Iar.. 13. The French upon persons or interests ''or that is almost in half dropping from 1174 to firtt report which declared the decision by hU wife.

action of Mr Tawney's committee, in and German delegates to the Moroccan not needed for purely public purposes I 7%. iPreferrea! stock, which closed favored the companies., .WM.,L. Jones, of Washington.
conference are awaiting further can be anything but perilous; or that Jas. McLachlan, of Calforuia. accomplished
recommending the enactment!! of a law No Word Received from Possesin instructions. In the meantime no the failure rigorously to enforce the by his wife f

realiring the compensation of government is being made toward adjournment criminal laws by'the punishment of all I
clerks after they hate attained Pursuit of Wickliffe :progress guilty 'men, whatever their offence or' HADLEY DEFIED WORK OF THECRIMINAL : I E. Ellis his wife., of Missouri, accompanied -
their nominal in the community
thf age of 65
years. D. of New York.S. .
S. Alexander
Outlook Favorable. can be other than fatal to justice' COURT
Desperadoes. OILBy
Corporal" Tanner writes particular M. Sparkman. of Flori. a.
Berlin, Mar. .-The .foreign office and violative of all precepts whether
J JI +in behalf of his comrades of the Geo. F. Burgess of Texas.G. .
here says the outlook at Algeciras is divine or human.
B' Humphreys of Mississippi.
mil=I war many of whom are now envP" so favorable that it is now considered While these three primary questions Associated Press.
By Associated Press. off there has been Kansas City Mar. 13.-The Stand- .A NUMBER OF CASES WERE DISPOSED has II. Cassidy, of Ohio secretaryof
break negotia
:'d in the government service, and impossible to are closely connected the committee, accompanied by his'
Vinita. I. T.. Mar. 13.-Up to nine Alfred D. Ea'gy,
of tendency ard Oil Co. through
tions. manifest late years a strange ,
wbo would be affected seriously by I OF BEFORE JUDGE wife; and J. II. :McGann assistantsecretary. .
o'clock' tonight no word had been received to overlook the intimate rela ot Chicago its general western attorney .

the proposed reduction in compensation from U. S. Marshal Darroughor STEAMER FOUNDEREDOFF tions which, the two', last named must has in effect notified!: Herbert BEGGS YESTERDAY.A of .
Other Members Party.In
DUTCH COAST bear to each other. Every serious :S. Hadley, attorney general of Missouri -
any of his posse pursuing the Wick. "who Is here to-day that it will addition to the members of 'The +
Corporal" Tanner ventures the a* evil with which our society is now --
liffe of Cherokee;: outlaws. British him no more information in his committee there were present accompanying
*r on to Mr "that gang London Mar. 13.-The either afflicted or threatened, has give
Taviney )'ou'can- The night is dark and rain is falling steamer Oolne foundered off the grown out, of the abuse of the taxing suit to oust the Standard and its allied large number of cases were disposed the party, Richard Sherman
no' find a Confederate soldier behind and a courier would not be able Dutch coast to-day. Twelve of the companies from the state of Missouri of in the criminal court yesterday won .of Representative Sherman ot

four bill" and incidentally pays trio to make his way from the night hawk crew were drowned and seven saved. (Continued on Page Five)) than compelled to. Jude .Beggs presiding and sentences New York; Representative W. C.'
:-ie to the Confederate brigadier who country. I were'passed upon all those con Adamson. wife and son of Georgia:
I victed. The cases di posed of were: Representative E. C. Chandler, Jr, ofMissi
"nsed/ to permit a single one of the 1- Representative E. J, Bowers of t I
+' Continue the Search. 1I I I Charles Vinson open profanity, $1
non: veterans to ba disturbed when I 'and costs. Mississippi. |
k* naa' power to remove them. Vinita I. T.. Mar. 13.-Marshal Dar Hattie Perdue an Representative W. B.!' Lamar of
Cant and
rough and posses continued today to st ,ttottOP Orange this the Third Florida' TMstrict. was !
SEVERAL IMPORTANTBILLS search for the Wickliffe Ind'an: out PA pRr''r affray'5 and costs each. also with the party coming! as far aa! a

PASS SENATE laws. It may: b? several days before a / RSA1 Hays Robinson, vagrancy, $15 and Pensacola which was irrV! last port t
costs or 60 days. "
the outlaws are located owing to a visited In his dhtrict. I.
WashingtonIa.r": 13. Before good start and the fact that the country ;, ,c Randolph Haynes, carrying concealed The congressional party reached
$100 and costs or 90 days. i
weapons train from the
affords many means of escape and Pensacola on a special ;
up the rate question today the Jas. Hutchinson assault and battery '
places of concealment East at 8 a. m. and were met at the
senate passed a number of bills, some acquitted. depot by a commute. from the Chamber ;

c: w1tch: were of considerable import Aesop Bellinter grand larceny. six of Commerce and by the mayor 4

l2CfcJn: CHILD lA'BOR.lAWPASSES months in the penitentiary. and several of the city officials. The
then switched to Commandancia -
> train was
provides for the punishment of
where the U. S. ;'
government;< officials for previous IN IOWABy STREET' ,
ovujgenc: ; of secret information of FATAL dredgeboat Caucus was waiting to .
the carry the party over the bay and to
government bureaus in suchmai
o the entrance of the harbor. A light
ers as crop reports. fRr CAR COLLISIONONE .
breakfast, consisting of (coffee sandwiches
Mr Simmons made of the Associated! Press
a speech
dOl stuffed eggs! etc.. was ,
on the railroad rate question. He Des Moines, la., :Mar. 13.-With the IGIrV while the boat,steamed down the bay,
renounced: that he would support the the senate today of the. in the i
passage by OTHERS and the hungry party was soon
mea tare but said he would not
rpo: child labor bill the measure will become best of spirits.. ;;
fir* reasonable modification. a law, as Governor Cummings SERIOUSLY INJURED BY AC- Although the day opened foggy on
tomorrow Tillman announced that after will sign it at once. I Ji.o 1. the 13th of the month with the
rate tftl he would seek 4o have the The new law' prohibits the employment : CIDENT IN OMAHA. dredga drawing 13 feet of water. an lthere t,
taken: up for considerationeach two times thirteen ri
dar of children under eighteen yearsof t.. being just '
immediately after the dis'meal age in any gainful occupation which i members of the visiting party no mishap i
) of routine business of the seninsteaa Gr and the
tie, would injure health. The law is / STI i By Associated Press marred the occasion as
/' of waiting till :2 o'clock. : 4A7ro rl. t- reached the harbors entrance I
also aimed at the department stores, boat
BUT Omaha Neb. Mar. 13.-A collision i
: 1..t ST1LL a
prohibiting children in positions which in the fog lifter and gave everyone
"ON.i W. B. LAMAR would compel them to remain standing .' \ no lNC J USN( '.., between South Omaha two street resulted cars! In the instant splendid members sight of of the the had been "
I The
for any length of Ome.ENGLAND I' U ST TK sS1++ERE -- death of one passenger the probable provided with little card maps of the t

REMAINED A a PP ATIONS' .'1 < fatal injury of six and the more or I harbor, gotten out by the Chamber of ,+
HERE of eleven others.
WANTS less serious injury ; Commerce and these were very convenient ; ,

: '" I for studying the -various s
at which work of improving the '
JHD\:) CALLED UPON HIS NUMER"S NO PROTECTIONBy SARRIEN HEAD OF port had either been done, was being

done or was neded. iOn
FRIENDS DURING THE FRENCH CABINETBy return to the city a special! car
Arti rl r I was awaiting at Palafox wharf and a ti
IArSV --
DAY-WILL LEAVE TO Associated Press. + _-." I the party wail taken direct to Nick'srestaurant

London Mar. 13.-In parliamentthis and served with lunch the

NIGHT. evening the motion of Sir James Associated Press. I car again being provided ana': carrying

Kitson. ministerialist declaring it be Paris. Mar. 13.-The new ca.9lnet.1 them to the depot where ,they left atone

the determination of parliament to resist with M. Sarrien as premier, has been : o'clock for :Mobile.
rho Congressman a William B. Lamar any attempt to institute protective JIJ/LLIOHO definitely constituted and will hold its I Notes of the Trip.
to: ,, '''I'Om anled the Rivera and Har- duties was carried by 474 to 9Sotes. first formal meeting to-morrow Capt. U>. B. Cavanaugh engineer In '

t r'ommitrse! of the House of Rep'entattve \ < .. ., .. ing and appear before the morn-I. charge of the rivers and harbors, work
to Pensacola did not deD Sawn from 3
par ) Deputies in the afternoon.TAHITA I In this district, came
: +Iht> special train with that 'DE RIVLA i : Montgomery to be with the party c '

Ummir.e, but on the other hand re- BURGLARS TOUCHEDF. t i A L os f 3... when they reached Pensacola and his

Clatnea! In Pensacola. E. HARWELL SATURDAYF. .\\ .... EKE HLLC .'.,. h CUT OFF I I knowledge of the work being done

fa The;, congressman 8Psnt yesterday in \r.'\ here and the additional work required {
Pen.n, ,, UPOn his numerous friends in E. Harwell, who boards on North I ..o"\- /... ....... ... .-. '" was of great value to the members of ; !
aColi and renewing acquaint. DeVilller street,,was touched Saturday .T.:... .. ;" BY HURRICANE the committee. CapL J. K. Turtle; offlcsr -
agree t4 .
tM Alo usual he had a good word night or Sunday morning for a small c..4....._ fA111; > .IryYE51CURIOUS In charge of the work at this a ,
las a hearty shake for even'one. He (sum of money by burglars. Mr.. port was also present and gave much
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"and ltt the vroushly, needs of familiarized Pensicola; himsalf harbor ed Harwell,.the Chautauqua was among thosewho Sa urdaUpon attend ;" .... .. ......_... .. _.. _....;-/f/f.. : By Associated Press. I information One of regarding the members the work.of tbe ,

ab:! y his district, and will of couse his return Saturday night he went to Honolulu Mar. 13.-The steamer committee who was particularly

UriatiAn:J In his Dower> to secure 'appro- his room and retired. When he awoke I BUT TRUE. V Sierra.which arrived tare to-day from Interested in iPen"aeola I harbor
r for the harbor. the following morning,;'He found that I AN OPPRESSIVE TRUSTOR Australia, via Samoa, report that Representative D. S. Alexaa- V,
Lamar will! not join the commit. tfuring the time he had been 'slumbering : F\"E1R NoncD WITH INVESTIGATED there has been no communication with I
tilt' b u t xlll leave to-nlght. dI- a burglar had entered his room A BIG INiHTRANCB COMPANY, AND THEN' AFTER IT IS ALL OVER THE THING ,TaMta since the recent.hurricane, (OoutiuveJ"Page Tarn) 7

't to \\uhlDston., A and relieved him of hla-'coin. KEEPS RIGHT ON AT THE SAMB OLD GAME? .

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:L Commonly e&nse pimples.boils hires,eczema ...'PERMANENTLYCUREDBY/: '
?1r or laU{rheum. or aome:Other form of eruption .-
; bat aometlmea they ezut in the system ORRINE Special to The Journal.

indicated by feelings of weakness languor N6INSISHT Bluff Springs Mar. 13.-Miss Lizzie .. .
tk- loss of appetite or general debility,without AB.SOLUTELV SAFE SURE- Bradley, of Greenville,' Ala., fa visiting -
t j. causing any breaking out. Physiclaaa pronounce drunkenness a dise her aunt. Mrs. Bond.
e : Hood's Sarsaparilla expels them,renovates graYing for a Stim1ant. Continsed 4111&'encc of il1 the,.. el'1'Ol.' ., a morbI4 Mrs. Meade Wilson, anJ sons, of _______
strengthens and tones the whole system. hiskey,beer or wine eats
stomach linicg aDd awaytbe Pensacola visited here and ;
atapefi" the digestive .. Saturday
This is the testimony of thousands annually. nlA1D.Ir the health No wUl power- can heat orcaaa,'.thu d. the digestion aa4 Sunday. I

ORHIHB permanently .tho 1111lame4 &tomacJa mbrases :Mrs G. M. Gentry Is visiting "relatives Irrf'j
l Hood's removes the cr T1A for ; : s*
Sarsaparilla affected nerves,restonlngthe stomach and digealiveorg llqaor ty acting directly on th, in Pensacola. ,_ _ _

ri Is peculiar to itself. Accept no substitute. lbs appetite and restoring the heal'-"..., Can be given: 1CCa to Dorm.1..loa..1mproviq if,d.esire4. Mrs. Louisa Hardy, Mrs: Monie "Wil

but insist on baring Hood's and get it today. I Cure!Effected lis and Mr. Join 'Hardy,-"of Century, : 54 iw- :

'-t Liauid or tablets. 100 Doses One Dollar.CHAS.BLUM&CO. I Industry Prostrate and People are 'or: Money Refunded. visited Mrs. Sarah Fillingim and Mrs.J. *

J'OW'draggist' sedam T. Pillingim last Thursday.Rev.
Starving as Result of His cur statements as truthful in every youlwrswbat respect If bethinks ORRINE of RRlNE; he will indorse J. 11 Fillimgim preac&ed atRay's I
fails to cure we will refund
YOI1 cvery penny paid for itaschccnmully as we took it. chapel; near McDavid, SUnJay. :?
: v..J. L. Bryars preached at Pleasant
Sanitarium ?
Greedy_Poiicy. No!Absence Treatment or Publicity Hill Sunday at eleven and Sunday ', I _ tl' ;
2t Motbeswtygs from home or lose of time night. There was a large and attentive __
and sisters you cannot cure those who afflicted with audience at each service.
ENGLISH REFUGEE FROM PER terrible of all diseases by fervent are moat
hope that they your prayers or eyes red with tears nor by your Mrs. D. F. McDavid. of McDavid,
4 may SlOp drinking. be
SONALLY CONDUCTED SOUTH the remed-1ri11 you use It 1 Ifyon desIre It.em. done only with ORRINE: You have vSlted: her daughter, Mrs. G. R. Stanton -
to cure without the knowledge of thepatie, last Saturday. ; :
'L buy ORRINZ if the pazient desires I1.
AMERICAN REPUBLIC TELLS rOoFJ.: to be cared of his own free will, '
O1UUNZj directions found in each buy Missi Jfcie Nipe and (Miss Hattie W
M it package. Price. per box. Pritchitt went to DeFunlak Saturday.Mrs. .
Correspondence -
Cenfidentlal. B. E. Cauthorn was in Pensa-
Q1tJ WORKED TO A FINrSH. THlo free book-Treatise ) cola last week. '
iQTSi and
Sifting how to Cure it-write
ORRINL rO. INC. *: to _
D. C.. We are sorry to note that our aged -
call _
,TIL -- or QD
$ $I-'oo $ASO :
+ New York -Mar. 13.r-Amazing reports friend, Mrs. Susan Long, is very sick. _
of the condition of affairs In Venezuela WHITE'S Mrs. Wiggans, of Pine Barren, came: .

come by mall from Willemstad. PHARMACY, up to see her aunt, Mrs. Susan Long, 1 4 .

According to these stories Castro has Saturday.Mrs. "! ft s'tvr., _____________
106 S. Palafox Street Pensacola Fla. .
carried his greed to such lengths that Lon Jernigan of Pine Barren. 4 ?

wk; nearly all industries except those in -- --------------- is here with her aunt, Mrs. Long. '
which the president and his favoritesare Mr. A. Enterkin and wife, of Mc: ______ kS

? interested, have -been ruined or B. L. HALL &. CO.' David visited relatives here yester- _-

i driven out of the country. The people day.Mr.
5 in the small _towns Ware starvingand WILL, SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS A. W. Brewton was a business; ..

tt* the city people are not much better caller: here Saturday

off. At a banquet given by an FOUR FULL QUARTS 'Mr., Boyington, of Baldwin county, ., ,' ____
American in Maracaibo. the second visited his sister, Mrs. P. R. McNeaLast .
...OF... .--- --
city of Venezuela: many of the guests -we lt. <* I
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. who Included thE leading men of the, Tommie Lon' who has been confined is ftsupersodingo1d.1ashionedCodliveroi1an

t : JACKSONVILLE FLA. town, stuffed bread in their, pockets, THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE' PURE RYE WHIKEY- to his bed with rheumatism for several w T4tin1 emulsions because without a drop of oil or, II
kb and carried away all the food they days is able to be out .on' the ,

could secrete. Naked people in the FOR 350. street again. disagreeable feature,it contains all the medicinal elements

; Professional! Directory streets of the small towns are a common .Mr. A.: J.Cowart, who has toeeif very taken'from fresh cods' livers.
oil actually
: sight.: They are too poor to buy Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your sick with a- fractured- leg,'is improvinga of cod liver ,
% THOSF. PEBLEY ; the slightest covering for their bodies. the order is little. I By our process the oil, having no value cither as a medicine or
received. Give
goods same day us a I
How these extraordinary conditions ; Mr. and :Mcs.: S., Donaldson and from the medicinal elements and thrown
is separated
I LAW, REAL! ESTATE, LOANS AND have been brought about is explainedby order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. daughter Miss Lula; of Pine Barren food,
COLLECTIONS. an English refugee from La Guayra visited relatives and friends here last away. Unlike old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions, 1a

: who told his, story to the Willemstad Friday and Saturday. Viol deliriously palatable agreeable to the weakest stomach .

r4 PALAFOX AND ROMAN correspondent of the New York Herald THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE Miss Carrie McNeal came home and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength
;. PHONE 559. which has always been Prest. from Mobile last week where she had, ,

I Castro's strongest newspaper friendin spent a few daysvery pleasantly visiting creator for'old people, puny children, weak, run-down men

Mm I the United States. .As reported by friends.. and women after sickness, and for all pulmonary diseases. I
this correspondent, his informant until .
T G. YATES M. 0. lately I a prosperous sugar planterIn 1- a EARLY CREEK HISTORY. Everything: Vinol contains is named on the label 7

Venezuela. said: ,
OPTICIAN "The poverty of the country and its I la (be Time of Cortes the Tribe Life OUR GUARANTEE-We have such faith in VINOL that if you will
if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you
industrial prostration are due to the H Was Idyllic. take it we,promise
$ *L 306 THIESEV BUILDING without question. We take all the risk.
monopolization of all the principal In- The Creeks are an entirely different your C
1 _
:; .J -- --- dustries of the country to be operatedby & race of people from the Cherokees and .
the coterie that sing the president's other northern Indians. They are of

praises, and ,in which he holds the Aztec, or, rather Toltec origin and In
controlling interest. In this way.Castro a tcocallls, or pyramidal temple.! located
Disgustinghands estimated has amassed at $18,000, six years" a fortune H In a secluded wild of the Creek W. H. White & Co. C

It seems that while the Asphalt and country, the same religious rites and
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tr.!; fromEczema French Cable Companies have been ceremonies are performed today that

the ,heaviest and most conspicuous __ Were performed in the imposing teo- power. Moreover, the Lidy would sooq Mcotlana Afflnls.NIcotlana .
sufferers' from Castro's callis. located on the bank of the beautiful -
rapacity, they
pretend to recognize the article she had affinls the border Cwer
have plenty of companions in mister Lake Tezcnco in the days of the -
3 asked for. And if' the unfortunate which opens about 6 o'clock and gm-s 1I
tune. 111 starred Montezuma II. The archives
shopgirls taken'aback, by such un- a powerful and pleasant fragrance durIng
"The methods of the band Is the jL4r of the nation are here preserved' In
4cured usual demands looked''" the takes its
puzzled night, name from tie
4 same in all cases. Take my own.. I I hieroglyphics, beautifully painted on ,
by Krudner'would smile' gracious) botanical term for the tobacco plain r
-i; had a smal| sugar estate on which I I 1 shells, strung together on deer tendon t
had begun to manufacture I I and pity them >for-"their Ignorance ?pot nicotians,which was named In honor
rum. .
Here also their most ,
D. D. Prescription was making a little over ten per cent cherished are preserved' the new novel; tiros'turning them 'all of John Nicot" of Nismcs, ambassador
: relics, their green Jasper Into readers of "Valerie." Then from the of France to
One of Castro's men offered me $30- ( A Useful Quality. Might Help Pirn. eager king PortURiuwho
: By reading this lady's experienceyou 000 for the place. I said It was "worth I "This" watch 01 mine ia absolutely watu"Do,, you think Miss Jink would marry altar ,and'a life sized image of their laden with purchases: she would drive procured tbe first seeds from a

of $80,000, but that I did not want to I proof."That Is a great Idea. It will not me If I should askf greatwar god, both brought from their off to another shop pretending to Dutchman, who had them from lion tC
i1 may save yourself years sell. hurtsbe might. womta are proverbSa.Ube former home near Vera Cruz, Mexico.At .
\ work when you 'soak' It.- JooUsh." search for that which existed only In Ida.
i 4 fearful agony. Series of Annoyances. the time Cortes made his appear- her imagination. Thanks to these maneuvers tCII

"Then began a series of annoyances., ance in that neighborhood, bent upon a abc succeeded In exciting; Ills PUns.
I was finally taxed at the rate of $80a career of' conquest and plunder the such ardent competition in honor of "Did the architect carry out your II

day. I had to shut down my plant _- Creeks, as they are now called were her heroine that for a week at least plans?" ,
There; was nothing ,to do but to sell I :-- I living a peaceful. idyllic life in a land the shops sold everything "a la Va "Guess he must have. I haven't bu

to Caartro. which I did for 20000., made sacred to them by having been lerie." Her own friends.. the Innocent able to find any of them about the

That Is the history of every private; ,' 't the home .of their ancestors for untold accomplices in her stratagem also visited bouse."-Cleveland Leader. I

enterprise that pays more than ten c/p I thousands of moons and containing the shops on her recommendation, thus
per cent. Ask any merchant small!I
manufacturer, hotel keeper, or what ,_ I ashes and' bones of their wise and carrying the fame of her book throughthe We never see the target a man: rime!

not doing a business of a few thous loved old men through many generations Faubourg Saint-Germain and tho at in life; we see only the target b*

and dollars if he could not increase it. r :Gathering their warriors together Chaussee Antfn.-London Academy. bits.-Jordan.

He will tell you yes, many times, but L they gave battle to the Invaders -

he prefers not to, for as soon as he ,- but weapons of stone and flint I
makes It worth while the gang will!I ITh ) could make but little impression upon

force him to sell, or Castro will give the steel clad warriors of Spain, and
n.. *
:. 'D.D. D.Company Chlcagc..u the monopoly of that particular business they were defeated with terrible
r Gentlemen nave suffered for a long tlm to one of Its members and he will ii slaughter. Gathering wives and little
: i4 I frith tearful Bores on m, bands In tact both lose even his stock In hand. i1
'flI.t Lands were nothing but huge sores. It started ones together and taking with them Rest
,from a very littlE spot between two fingers. I "Formerly hundreds of thousands of r rf 9 their most cherished possessions
fried everything and many doctors but until I cattle were brought In from the coon \ e.
: began using D.DD. nothlnghelpedme. I WM among which were the records of their
and sold to '
try various
ven discouraged with thU at first for I used It competing buy. the Jasper altar and their war
& br four months but the hamlscontthued to pealI ers for export. Now the sole right to race
4.nd scale and were no better. I kept on thougti export cattle Is enjoyed by Gomez 1 t tF god holding in his extended: right hand the StomachNothing
the iii .
at the of the fifth month there was some ,
the flint made
IS Improvements aMID seven months was entire First VIce-Presldent and the cattle sacrificial knife of they
ly cured and my hands are now in perfect condi raisers must take his price or none. : tt,0: _4ANOVtI : their weary way to the capital of Montezuma I.
,.:'t'j tion. To say that I am grateful doesn't begin to
4t4- ,express my (eelin*. Lire is cow worth living. Graft Even in Stamps. L the sacred city of Mexico.
e' I l viHfi to iou &inc6rely. "They have stopped raising beeves, In Jiugiand where they were warmly welcomed by will cure indigestion that
MAY BENSON. and a great Industry is dead. It was Smith-If you don't worry you can live Bug Artist-Say little girl do you want that unfortunate monarch and ,where
1130 .
Seminary Ave Chicago. .to be a hundred .a job posing for the Venus de illloT i doesn't digest the food
old. and
i, to Manuel Carao that the monopoly of r J'ones-A hundred years I Gee! If I thoughtI'd they fought bravely In defense of the itself,

4 ,Thousands of wretched people! are miser Is navigating Castro's the Orinoco was given. He i live to be a hundred years old IV* devoted city. They assisted Gauto- give the stomach a perfect rest.

i4' ftble-driven almost mad by the terrible He soon forced recognized Mr. Olcott man of affairs worry myself to death right now. ,I mazin, the chivalric nephew of Montezuma Ycu can't reasonably expect that any
Dt; itching and burning sensation of Eczema the American in his glorious if ill fated, attempt -

4:. and other skin diseases. to abandon his $1,000,000 worth r -- -- -_ ----- --,----- ---- ---- to regain the throne of his ancestors weak stomach will regain its strength and
Many imagine they are suffering from I of steamships take $80,000 anJ leave well when it is
I the and upon Its failure and the get compelled to do the
country To Carao also
r14l bad blood when as a matter of fact the blood has been
iven a rake-off the And other and serious attendant death of that young chieftain full work that a sound stomach should do.
t has nothing to do with it These awful tortures postal revenuesof many painful
are caused by little germs that attack the country. The government sells ailments from which most mothers by torture, after the manner of You wouldn't sick horse to
I the skin externally which-can be rooted the stamps to him at wholesale at a RI S I NO the ancient Israelites they determinedto expect a get

1ii out) quickly leaving the skin clear soft and discount of twenty-five per c?nt. suffer, can be avoided,by. the use ofMflttaft seek 'a land that man knew not. well when it is compelled to do a full day's

healthy. The misery is cleared away as "The Second Vice-President. Vellu- -- "! Frl[! nd," This great remedyis -where they might provide homes for work every day of the week.
surely as the sun shines above. Not merely tinl has a rake-off on the water rates their families and worship the gods of
t, attempted. not a matter of improvement -the works stolen from Belgium to BREAST a God-send to women, carrying their ancestors.-Exchange. Your stomach must have rest.

,!* merely not a temporary relief-but a the great burden of the people. Mrs. them through their most critical [ But it isn't necessary to starve yourselfin
i-J clearing: of it all away absolutely and Castro besides the '
i t.! permanently. The D. D. D. Prescription the gambling licenses percentage has more from from ordeal with safety and no pain. ADVERTISING.. A BOOK. order to rest your stomach. '

'4.trji a specific{ : formula put up in sealed the vegetable and fruit stalls in the No woman who uses "Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering Jloyr tke Author- --of "Valerie" Captured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect diges-
bottles with authentic label
'- bottle, has proven to be the at only$1.00 certain per the markets Increased, which price are of collected food. The daily,to and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror Parisian LOOK Ago. tant.. It will digest all of the food you eat

1.' cure for these diseases. Its record of cures ernors of the cities get a percentage gov; and insures safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in We had some notes a little while regardless of the condition of your
.J is astonishing amazing! almost miraculous. ago on the methods which some authors -
: of all fines for crimes and are readyat a condition more favorable to speedy The child is stomach.
It is a liquid. used externally, non-greasy. recovery. have adopted for the advertisement r
Try It oa our guarantee s" all times to dispense justice for :
also healthy, strong and of their books. A correspondentsends

money."And now the rum. the cigarette S good natured. Our book"bIotherhood" us an example of this sort ot Kodol
thing which Is the better worth quote
and the match business have been monopolized is worth MOTHER'SFRIEND! .
To convince you we have arranged to the great loss and suffering ing because we have never seen It
with the D. D. D. Co.. so that any suf.ferer of the people. its weight in gold to every quoted In this connection before. It I is

.. from any skin disease can get Grabbed the Gas Co. woman and will be sent,free in plain taken from a life of Mme. de Krudner Dyspepsia CureForlndigestion
direct the D. D. D.
from labora "The recent confiscation of the sara Itvhose novel "Valerie" appeared shortly .
L tory a large free sample bottle of D. cas gas works by Castro and his; envelope by addressing application to after Mme. de Stael's "Delpblne."

ir D.: D. prescription together with 32: friends Is a good Illustration of theRestaurado Bradfield Regulator Co. AtJdntdGa. You know quite well" the author Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
new pamphlet on skin disease
page '8 methods of getting rich wrote to a friend, "that neither talentnor Flatulence Headache Water Brash Belch.
1 and free advice on your particular without ,
stealing public funds. The genius nor the excellence of one's
casefrom the world's ----- --- ----- 'of Gas
greatest -
ekiuspecialist. ing Nausea
A company became pushed for money be intentions is sufficient to insure a ? Gastritis, Heartburn

d cause the municipality ot Caracas sn eess. Everything demands: some ..and all ,troubles arising from indigestionand
HOOTON'S PHARMACY. would not it $20,000 for teas
4 pay con charlatanism." And the
: biographerproceeds non/assimilation of the food.
sumed in public lighting. Suit should
I to tell us how* she translated
FREE SAMPLE COUPON ba brought against it by all debtors 1 ,had dyspepsia In Its worst form; was reduced
Mail this Promptly) Paint Your Porch FloorWith I ber.doctrine action.,
The company was soon declared in weight to I 118 pounds. After using two and one.
-D.-D. O. CO. Medical Department,1 1.t bankrupt and its $500,000 plant ordered I During several days, be writes, she half bottles,of Kodol I was completely cured and restored -
116-120 Michigan St.. Suite 364 I to be sold. made the round of the fashionable l to my usual weight of 145 pounds.

d Chicago. ''I "There was one bidder one of Can Buvall O. U. Porch Floor Paint. Its already to use i shops Incognito, asking sometimes foi J. LUTHER JOHNSON.

;. Please send me free prepaid a' tro's .agents, Valerino. He got it for '-aH. you have to do is to stir the contents of can and apply I shawls, sometimes for hats, feathers ; Cleburne Tex.

) lrlL .large size sample bottle of D. D. SOOftO, and as the plant was declared I with brush. Begin now to brighten up for spring wreaths or ribbons all "a la Valerie."
s D., pamphlet and consultation, ,out of repair the money was ordered I Porch,floors last IQng r. $2.00 a gallon. ? men they saw this beautiful and elegant KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
: blank, For..'.. years I hare expended on alleged improvements. stranger step out of her carriage .

; been afflicted with, I skin disease The company got nothing and the new Saunders' Mill Company with an ,air of assurance and ask for l' { ",- ,
called..and have never used owners Castro & Co. got in addition, fancy articles which she invented! on 'KlkES
D. D. D. the $20,000 bill city Dollar bottle holds *H I the Prepared at t e laboratory
against the which the of the moment the
Name" .. .. .. .... -. ... ... ... .. the crnrts suddenly found was a just Phone 71 7.* 21 Cast Garden Street. spur seized with shopkeepers I timeS aa mueh .. the I Stomach of E. O.DeWitt I

'- If Address. .. ',' ,'_' .. .. .. .. .. and righteous claim. I '"to satisfyherby were any a means polite In desire their. tljjlr'_60_pet aiM Sleet &Co..Chicago. S.A.dI ..

4 "d .. "--e' ., .: ; J.t.5,;;t: .<.!,.> .. .: J. ,{ 'm ..l V"t",1''V*
-- ; ,$k _rJ ,- ;. :,:{ 4.", : x':,- ,:; <\rf.slor; f'-:- ? .

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"I had for yean offered from what me lral men mans:
called D apepaia and Catarrh of the S C maeh. In ::
Anenit I parehated a tot of CasrartU and vat torprlted JL == BIGSTOs.E18: :
*a nod that I 'tad em'-y a wiggliut.aqainvlDK SiIf .
THERE WAS CHOSEN )lrla.when I ma thawed** left him e Ibirtj fed,.and doctor3 In aDo'herdaJUi. ur-
All BY .remainderfabont tame len thof a tape_ PlEASED WIT N
worm Ikaveenloyedthebeseothqaltheveratnes.Iteastthis that bad been tapping m7 vitality fOre JU

tettlmnnlal will appeal to other tnffer!n."
Chaa.Bla kttoekJSl We: Dlvlaltv PhlladelpBia ae.s Pa.Bestfbr ADVANCE SALE OF DAINTY UNDER MUSLIN I

10 S. 8. A.
The Dowels OUR

stores would ba
looking for customers.We CONSISTING, OF: N

are here to. sell Enthusiastic Meeting of the Association CANDY CATT1aRT1C (Continued from First Page) uru GOWNS SKIRTS, DRAWERS, CORSET COVERS. aft 18

der of New York. Whila severalof
STEIN-BLOCH SMART Was Held r Monday the committee had been here before fU q| Here is yourmain chance to possess Dainty Underwear at ftft

TO Pleasant.Palatable Potent.Taste Good.rlo flood, this was Mr. Alexander's first N almost half price. Positively the greatest values ever offered ftft
CLOTHES Sever weakeu or r lIeISe.Never visit and he was 'more than pleased j .
Night t.A sold' in Steen to The ears eeuatne or your I money rbielt back. C C C.eaarauteed with it. "Pensacola harbor," saia' he I ro before in this city. Also 20 pieces Fancy White Lawn at half ftft

PEOPLE -- Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y.591 to a Journal representative, "standsin rJ price. Remember the date-March 15th. Sale begins at eight
a class all by itself. It is a darling
bui hat is not afl. The largely attended and enthusiastic ," he enthusiastically exclaimed: n- 8ft

courtesy of attention to a meeting of Stevedores, Benevolent As- "there Is no harbor like it on ,the gulf N
customer's needs; and In- coast an few that equal it anywhere ftft
sociation No. 1.was held Monday night
ditiduality, the keennessof GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST why in addition to being big and HJ
appreciation that reads when officers were' chosen to serve SUITED WITH A deep: and perfectly land locked it has, WM. JOHNSON & SON. ftft m

his thoughts; the prid3 of during the year. So wen pleased were no rivers washing mud and silt down ftft

knowing that we can "de- the members with their old officers into it and when once the channel

liver the goods" 'accord-, that every one' was unanimously re-I CERTIFIED CHECK through the outer bar is completed a22a22a2a22aaaaaaa2a2aaaaaa2a22aa22222a

Ing to pt'omlse-thes elected. The officers are: it will cost comparatively nothing to .
things are more to us than 5c CIGAR. maintain it" Mr. Alexander's father -
President-Thos. Johnson.yicePresidenfc .
the mere handling of mer. was a Maine ship-builder and he himself -
chandlse over the counter -W. J. Sennott. All the qualities of fia ror.aroma is perfectly familiar with shippingand ;!; GREAT VOYAGERS.A. .
Recording Secretary-Thos. Tuttle. color and gooa'( material is maritime matters. He is one of WE WANT SCHOOL BOYS
Financial, Secretary Albert, Pourt- embodied In It. the oldest and most influential members a General Rnle, They Came From AND GIRLS \
SEE OUR DISPLAY: : IN OURS' lace. cf the Rivers and Harbors Com the Smaller CountrIra.

IT1ilESl J Treasurer Geo. B. Johnson. A. Greenhut & Co. mittee anal' his acquaintance with Portugal Is a small country, with a To come here for their pens pencils tablets. school books, etc.
CORNER WINDOW. ,Trustees-John O'Brien, Tim Burns, Pensacola harbor cannot but result in land area one-third less than the state Our stock is so big that .it makes choosing easy. Prices make I
Thos. Richard DISTRIBUTORS the pennies! and nickles go a long wa s.. .
Harvey, Swayne and- W. good to the port. of New York, but it has turned out in
A. Dunham. member of the
FENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Another prominent its time celebrated navigators, Cabral '
Flag Hoister-: Thos, "Webb. committee who exhibited great. inter- and Da Souza them. COB: f BOO:h.Bt:: 0r8s
Sergeant at Arms-Thos. Mullen. est was- Representatives R. P. Bishop
,Grave Cleaner-Chris. Mandel. of Michigan. This was his third It is a somewhat peculiar circum- phone 255. 213 South Pallor Street, P._,..

Funeral Director -F"R. Pou. _third visit to, Pnsacola on a similar stance in' the history of ocean navigation -

t II APE N 5 SACOLIA'N A C 0 mission and he voted in committed to that the chief navigators of Europe -.

A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES' recommend the appropriations which have usually been natives of Fine 'lot of Diamonds at exceedingly!
have previously ben made for this minor kingdoms and without the ad-
Itching Blind. Bleeding ProtrudingPiles. low prices for a few days only. Ask
Druggists are authorized to re- lort "I wanted to see naw said Mr. vantages which would naturally accrueto Diamonds to see them.

CURIOSITIES.Live to cure in 6 to 14 days.: 50c Bishop "how these appropriations are a representative of one of the larger
FLORIDA WRITES OFTORNADO being expended and I am very much J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.
and Stuffed Alligators ready pleased with the 'work that has been governments.
for shipment 1 I. 0.0. F. done." Christopher Columbus, as every

Oivinge wood canes, with alligator FUNERAL NOTICE. those who with the schoolboy knows was a native of '
Members of Pensacola LoJge, No.4, Among were Genoa at the time when the Italian :: 1
leads! 75c party' on the' bay were Cot and Mrs. NEW .I Rle LAUNDRY
I. O. O. F., and visiting brothers. are
Sea Shells and Shell Jewelry. Shell Walter Howe Capt. Leroy S. Lyon, peninsula was subdivided among numerous -
requested to assemble at Palafox ;
E!3d Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a and Lieut. L. S. Chappeleat. of Fort petty governments. John

gpecialtv&> I wharf Milton at and 9:30 attend this the morning funeral to of go our to Barrancas and Capt. Robt. M. Berry, Cabot was a Venetian, :'who sailed in E. W. LAWRL PCT. Pf ''rl lnf. IVa'8 trial *....> Si. .PMaa US.
MRS C. N. McCLURE, Commandant of the Navy Yard. the service of England, as Columbushad
late brother, H. Otis. Steamer will
Opera House Building Capt. Frank M. Dunn commanding
sailed In the service Spain.
leave wharf at 9:30.
107 E. Government St. Pensacola,, Fla. ,E.promptly GREENBLATT. N. O. A. W. Gurley Formerly of This work the Caucus of the dredge gave an in exhibition which everyonewas of the .Amerigo Vespucci was a Florentine, POINTED PARAGRAPHS. E. L. REESE J. MEXDEU

;.--- who sailed originally In the service of

R. K. WHITE, GOOD SIDEWALKSMr. City Tells of the Storm in experience interested to the and Pensacolians which was a themselves novel Spain end afterward transferred him The man :who loves his Joke Is usually Reese & Mendel
'service and
Matchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate as few if any of them had ever self to the Portuguese unpopular.Put ,
Meridian. it work before. then went back to the Spanish servicefor
Optician 30 S. Paiafo Street. Peis acola, Fla. Mandeville. an expert cement yourself in the other man's place The Hone Tailors
Major W. W. Screws, the veteran a second time. ,
--- worker of 35 years experience, who and you may stop abusing him.
editor of the Montgomery Advertiser, Vitus Bering after ;whom Bering

TURTON & BELL. built Lee the elegantulk, has into through business R. E. W. G. Porter, of this city, has Just and W. F. Vanderville, a prominent strait was called was a Dane by It is commendable to save your mon t

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. with square Mayor Bliss.gone If you want a first received a l letter from his old friend Montgomery business man, joined the birth, who served under the naval ey, but it is not commendable to look It. Buildersof

Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs. class walk bu lt see these gentlemen. and ex-partner, A. W. Gurley, who is party and .went on the bay trip. Their: flag of Russia. Magellan,' after whom We worry as if we had to go through

...--- -.-. 14mar3t now located at Meridian Miss. The purPOSe 'h re was to induce the com Magellan strait was named ,was a native whole year tomorrow instead of just.
I niittee to make a trip,up.the Alabama
letter contains interesting allusions to of Alemtejo. in Portugal and was one day.
river and at Montgomery.
TERSELY TOLD the recent tornado which visited that The visitors stop were greatjy- interestedIn the first to complete the circumnavigation The cares and worries of life look 4k !

The;Don3aa.; city.Mr. the vessels of the aast squadronnow of,the globe, in 1522.Verazzani pretty good after all to those returning .
The ,or.k&t,,. >,iOf.tbe castle Gurley's Pensacola friends will lying in the bafpbr/"From the was a Florentine, whose to town through the cemetery gate.
I C Crainard and C. E. Bracken. 'be learn that he and firm
glad to his
was a tower: wEt } echetr3Dger: foremast of the CauCus","Capt Dunn voyages discovery were undertaken When a soldier returns from a bat-
ot Si Andrews, were among the business escaped without injury or without Men'sFine
in the than the reatioftthet cttre and de- : had the "congressionar',mgnals..firingand under the protection of' tbe flag of tle his story of the fight is more interesting -
v alters city esterday.
great loss. The following extract bear
signed as a last tegx't!fgrfDeaarrlson 'as the boat ,passed the battleship France. Ilendrilc Hudson was an : and less truthful If he returns
The German steamer Dorrecht arrived when the walls 'andfoTher portions ef ing on the incident will prove of in- Texas the latter answer,?]f' a salute Englishman and it seems surprising to alone.
terest to here
in port last night, having been the fGrtstlcatlo.p. eti fallen into the "We escaped many people the tornado: without from the Caucus by three 7 "blasts of many persons in this day'familiar with Of course friends are a good thing,

dark.boarded t>y a pilot off the bar about hands of the eRnav.n Th donjon. was personal injury, and with but slight her A whistle.number! of ladies from T. the city the pre-eminence of England as a mari- but when misfortune comes to you 11'' '

generally provided pitfa avscecet exit, damage'to our stock which fortunately were present on the trtP -and" they time nation that be should have been which do you wish you had more of-
E. O'Brisn, of Mobile, inspector of a tunnel being conltraetwi; often many was covered by storm insurance; agreeably entertained the ladies of in the service of the government of friends or dollars?-Atchison Globe.

hulls and -boilers of steamboats, for hundreds of yards inie&gfh. leading to but it was a narrow escape indeed I the visiting oommitete.I I Holland when he'discovered Manhattan a
tois: district is in the city on business some concealedi outlet through which the opposite side of the street we are I Representative B. G. Humphreys of Island. Cold Feet. Clothes.

connected with his department. the besieged could receive succor or, in on 'was entirely demolished our side Mississippi is a cousin of Mrs Never go to bed with cold feet; never .

R. J. Denmark, of Wallace, Fla.. a time of necessity, escape. being only in the edge was stripped of Walker Anderson of this city and that try to sleep without being perfectly
Comment, naval stores operator was roofs and window glasses but beyond lady enjoyed a pleasant visit with A Jewel of a Wife. unwelcome certain that you will be able to keep I, New and up-to-date line of Spring

in !he city yesterday on a short visit.A For a mild, easy action of the bowelsa this we sustained! very little him during the brief time he was The minister's wife had an them warm. To lie one night with cold and Summer Suitings! and Trouser
visitor in a very talkative scan- I I i
to but
damage buildings the
single dose of Doan's Rgulets is here. feet gives such a strain to the systemas ings.
party coropofeed; of Mr. and Mrs.J incident caused more or less It will probably be a.,.surprise to a dal monger so the minister went out
enough. Treatment cures "habitual will be felt seriously, perhaps end. 5000.:
M West of Chicago andIrs.. Suits from 17.50 to.
the half hour
damage to stocks of all the merchants great many people to learn that for a stroll. Returning an
Ed1l'ardIcholas: of Leesburg: Va., constipation 25 cents box. Ask In the row by water which the expenses of a trip such as the Rivers later, he called out "That old cat gone, Ing In a fit of sickness. Cold feet showan Trousers:from '$5.00 to $15.00
ra3i through the city yesterday en jour druggist for them. to. The firm Committee is now mak wife who I unbalanced circulation. The very .
unroofing exposed them and Harbors I suppose? "Yes said his ( Join our Gentlemen's Suit Club.
rout- to St. Andrews.H best to do is to warm them by exercise
right in front of us, a big Hardware ing must be borne by the members had still her guest talking to her, "I thing Costs only $1.50: 'per month tor'press-
A. Spraque advertising manager What will Happen to It. concern, with a five story building, themselves. Th,? government allowsno sent it home in a basket, my dear this it that be practicable; if not
01 the St. Joseph: (Mo) Daily News "That flimsily constructed public heavy loaded, was one of the heaviest expense account for trips of this morning." What do you think of that I by dipping them in hot and cold water ing and small repairs. .

is vioiting. hi- father. Hon. E. R. building: is a scandal!" exclaimed the losers they having left to them a pile kind. for of mind and absence of : alternately two or three times and then Dyeing and Cleaning of men's and
| Sprague! or DeFunlak Springs. patriot. of brick and a stock of goods which At the conclusion of the luncheon in cat?presence Christian Life. using vigorous friction If that does women's Clothes a specialty. t

Sometimes classified ad is printed "Never mind." answered Mr. Degraft they estimate to ba worth about 25 the city just before the train left of not warm them and keep them warm, Give us a trial We will appreciateyour
,. cents on the dollar. A large whole- President; of the Chamber heat them before the fire drying them
uch means little to the first hundred soothingly; "it'll soon blow over.- Introduced Judge I.. business.
sale grocery firm just a little below us Commerce -r -- ----; ---;--- thoroughly, and then correct your habits _
people> who read it-but it's "like find- Washington Star.Thankful behalf
Reeves, who expressed on J'I REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.,
sustained nearly the same loss, and i or Improve your health, for be sure
n? money' to the one hundred and our citizens ths pleasure 'which Phone 675. 11 N. PaUfox St.Gt
as neither of these firms nor scarcely -
first that one or the other is wrong, perhaps
person.R For Small DIrrcle opportunityto
sacola felt In having an
any one else had any storm insurance I I' both.
A man lost a leg In a railway accident entertain the visitors. Representative
C it is
Brookes, of Montgomeryainr indeed a very heavy blow to themas
{'{- 'rml agent for the Central of and when they picked him up the it will also be to many of the smaller I Dovener res-ponded on behalf of WEAKEYES Washington JrTla<<. r t

C;.orgia, is in th., city in the interesttls first word he said was. "Thank the concerns and many individuals who!the committee. although' A house In William street New
of '\ road. He is highly pleased' with Lord. It was the leg with the rheumatism lost their little homes and household Representative lamar
rivers an-al' harbors York was Irving's birthplace on April
Peusarola harbor, which he considI. in It.-Atlanta Constitution. effects." I not a member of I g Directly due to coffee'in
1i83. The British to evacuate
", committee, accompanied the party I 3, were soon
the finest in the south.W many: cases. Think not?
through his district and he was the city and Washington to take
E Newman, of Montgomery, so- very active .in presenting to the members -I Try: possession of it. )lrs. Irving, a warmhearted t
!citing freight agent of the Central services will be conducted. The interment A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIANUses the'various needs and advantagesof woman of English birth and "

8' Georgia, is in the city and is shakes will be in St. John's cemetery. Pensacola's harbor. Representative N' an ardent patriot of the new land, said

here hans with his numerous friends Herpicide ing Sycosis Successfully of the Treat-- Sparkman who, until the this'state portion was redistricted of-I, p STUM "Washington's work Is 'coded and the

child shall be named after him. The
The "Blue Ribbon Flavor" arouses He says: "I recently treated a case I of his! district and who isl
it a' part
$ a Scotch,
'Present Wallace Bruce of the the lagging appetite. Ask your grocer of sjcosis (similar to barber's itch) the'ranking democrat on th,,! committee 10 days in place ofcoffee. child was still In the care of a
i oruia ChautauQua, is in the city ar- for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. of the lower lip with Newbro's Hffr- I' was also present and was warmly, nurse when one day she saw the president f {
r-.ngln g the program for Governor's picide. There was an extensive loss by numerous Pensacola as Washington then was,' entera
Dl} at the Chautauqua. governor New Suits Filed. lor beard with infiamation extending I greeted friends. shop and after him she went. !

*t.-O'-ard*: will be present and an ex- The following new suits were filed I well down on the chin. The result of i Secretary W. C. Jones, of the Cham- "Please your honor," said she, "here'sa @
gent program which will be publish- yesterday in the office of the clerkof the application of Herpicide was most her of Commerce was very active in bairn was named after you." The
M in The Journal is being prepared.The the-circuit court: I gratifying. The loss of beard ceased I II ,, the entertainment of the distinguished president laid his hand on the boy's

funeral of H. D. Plerca. who Strong & Trowbridge Co., a corporation I and a new growth of hair is now tak guests and he accompanied. the party : ). Beautiful head and gave him a blessing, which A few months ago we

deed! yesterday( at his home on Stod- ''''S. H. Baars fiCo., a corporation ing place over th> once inflamed area to Mobil. He will return to-ciay. he never for ot. ordered a pair of OXFORDS
dart'.. avenue, mill occur this after- damages $30.000; Blount & "(Signed) Melville E. O'Neil, M. D. I The committeejof citizens and mem- O '
soon, The funeral cortege will leave Blount attorneys for plaintiffs. I 845 Howard St. feerj of the fnamber: of .Ccmsrce who % and as,natural as especially for you. They arrived -

tJ famih' residence at 3:15 o'clock Mrs E. B. Heater \"s. Reginald Hester I "San Francisco, Cal. : entertained: the visiting congressmen t life is what they today.Don't .
'an proceed to the Gadsden +Street attachment. $250; R. P. Reese, attorney I Herpicide kills the dandruff germ : was composed as follows T. A. Jen- -t say of out "BE SURE YOU
1hthodSI! church, where the funeral for plaintiff. I, and permits. the, hair to' grow abundantly. nngs Knowles H -er. Frank Reilly. let anyone else get
I I A. F": Warren Frank L. Mayes. Alex. ARE RIGHT 'em. '
.- I For sale byV.. A. D'Alemberte. uisch'koff. D. Hale WUs:>n. John ,

Remember the Fan Nome I druggist' and apothecary, 121 SouthPalafox Beard' Judge L. J. Reeves: S'I Photographsafter Keith's Konquerors
14 fative oaevtay3Cald' street or send: lOc in stamps) Chas H. Bliss, W. A. Blount I ITHEN
I -... "JtDc For sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit -, Thos.: C. Watson, Dave Kugelman : GO AHEAD," THE IMMORTAL for Men
jra'3I> l tOL250 'I Mich. Walker Anderson and JH. a seeing them
: mQaeDay. | \, Lurton. INJUNCTION OF DAVY
i imn Sale Quina. Their entertainment was'I D t1 1J4J You'll say so CROCKET WHICH WE I r $3.50 and $4.00 Pair.MEYER .

rary creditable in every way. I I j?s4; FOLLOWED IN -
"'* LYl"W "' ''''''''__.'''''''"'''''''_''''' W11W171WlaW' rY '''--1t1t1I1t1I--'L WreWlfWyryWap I
!aapuMa.t.! LU'"UU..............'UB._......,..uu..._:: _1tJ-'U'__tJ.'UUUttJ""HU aw al Tluqa+.epal..ealMaaaear: J: JU-U.U'HH'(.:.IUI.'a Ht W lr U jJt.i :\tt.u: u-nH"H lAaa.i u Ra.aye..+1t Invaluable for Rheumatism.' KodakDeveloping THIS CASE. SHOE COMPANY, '

'!=E suffering: foe thepast

.i Will Put a Piano in Your Home L CSx E I few rheumatism I have years b'een'with and found a severe that attack Ballard's of) We have made moat in thorough and Feet' Furnishers For Folks,

careful investigations every respect

9 On such conditions that the payments will hardly be felt. In fact, I 4} that Snow gave Liniment me satisfaction was the, and only'to tended thing',, finishing done in and a are "RIGHT"detail and when department we say that and we no. 102 South Palafox St.urns .

the conditions are so easy that' yoii do yourself and fanvly an injustice s 3''I Ifi alleviate my pains. .March, Ills.24,2 02. hurry and cheaper better beer Is made in the United!
John C. Degnan. Kinsman than at other States than "American Queen"brewed -
not to get one. lax 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. C'I any by the Acme Brewing. Co., of Macon 1 emj
.wa place. In the city.
i I General Brown Paralyzed. I Mail ,orders given We have investigated the materials I was*4 aIM after eUc I

I! For Ten Dollars I Ihj Mexico City, ,Mar. 13. General John prompt attention.If they! use,' going all through their i r'' Stearns' EliclrlcRatandRoachPajfe

Marshall, Brown of, Portland, :\laiI.e'l) ]1 i our pictures I,storerooms where we found the best I ,

+ E We w 11 pnt a Piano into your home all delivery charges paid by ::. : I while visiting this country, was strick.en ., J can't suit )'oU. you of imported hops In their original I I wh .., fd soon 'lOP air wd
with and Is in the hospital rolls bearing the government customs
paralysis ,, water.fld qtekh
R us. The weekly payments of $2.00 will hardly be felt, and the joy \!:! here. can't be suited. stamps. to tlreq rtti gearaateee mke.eodva.ease as -'J.:anti::;

will be while We say: the same As for malt we saw malt only aD .::-;..Lee..t:s; Siet
of and the pleasure it gives yours paying t;! '
i: ownership The Best Cough Syrup.S. of our prices. not the stacks and stacks of 'rice fTLARNg'LteTalEpaaTL

h for it. No interest charged. ,:! L. Apple, ex Probate Judge some breweries carry. The malt was Wlsaa4la-Ifi.A CO. .T.r.
tt Ottawa Co.. Kansas writes: : "This full in kernel healthy, and A'3 clean
t 114-116 S. Palafox St. S:S Is to say that I have used Ballard's as could be. As to men. the company
'-i & &'9 in Clutter Music House Phone 15 ;*1 ; Horehound Syrup for years and that KauffmannROM employs only master workmen In their
PENSACOLA different departments and l the equip-
J J Jl I! do not hesitate to recommend It as
C EO W. C. CLUTTER, Tres.tsssss2a& B. E. CLUTTER Sec C.:.-t'5 !: Tie best cough syrup I have ever AND PALAFOX. ment with which they are furnished.

? .::; I used." 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by all Is one of the potent factor in making N

\ &)f : im9 Um-. E f;.. J' t'Hf: ?: lit.E sapatauflaelsai* +uu/H..E-iD+sew MEt] druggists. Pensacola, Fla.-: this the best beer in America.j'j'jjjjj. J

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r 4I1r ----- *7lo* St. Joseph-(Ma) Gazette. ...i lti 'Make a Mistake- e.

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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 'Attention has been called to the fact Mistakes Are Costly ;

that there laS been an enormous immigration ''. .
: ...BY...
Into western Canada during,

; t1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the past year or two, brought about by -I Hardware. i.f:
wise and persistent advertising of the t What ver else you may do, don't think'of buying : : fitri
-' cheap but productive lands throughout : and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our prices'or- j ii1

& :aii; FRANK L. MAYES President and General Manager.. time i;'"
that section. For some asked us a few questions about

agents of the Canadian railways asW611 :: l' E:.
as of the Dominion government 4..1 ..t
have been traveling over the United '
Hardware and Mill Supplies.. .
-- -
--- -- -- -- -- States exploiting the natural re.: .

? Vr SUBSCRIPTION RATES. sources of Western Canada. and thou, f, Rich

I jc sands of our people have been induc2d: .J..i.. ''- '' -
One Year.$5 00 One :Month........ ........... 45 to sell their homes in this country to]I
: Six Mouths..........'..... 2 50 One Week.................' 10 build new ones in the northwest. So' :! We have'.not been in Pensacola very long, but we are most

$ 4 ; Three Months..... ....... 1 25 WeekJv Edition per' )"ear..$! 00 great has been the Immigration Into Ii!;i certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. ,.We.realize American

k41 Western Canada that it is said a 'ma.
make and we are making rU .
there, :..! that we have a reputation to ,
:. >#& The_ Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed were jority formerly of the people citizens now of living the United f i All the'old-time methods are put aside and we do business Cut Glass

ar.; Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. States and that if an election were. I on the modem plan by '
held In certain provinces and the citizens .

Mi of the United Stats!! allowed to i i !-;t. q If these sparkling pieces

Offices,108 and 110 East Papers Saleon Trains vote they would be able to control,the .
+ ] ; Government. Phone 38. I and at all on News Stands- result. The chief natural advantage I" i Giving You Just What You Want were ticketed with the usual
offered in that far western clime Is
i the adptability of ths climate and soil .... pt. price marks, this might still k

(PEXSA.COLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY }1Dn.'i.G. MARCH 14,. 1906 for the the 'growing new settlers of wheat depending a majorityof 4 and at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardware'. told with interest. For a'

l& _ _ _ upoq J t
l wheat livelihood.growing as a' means to gain a I :;, line and are always glad to,give you quotations.: and beauty's sa es.
111 A Word to the: can. "public sentiment In the countryis I
It will be universally admitted that i w i
: becoming so tired of and hostile to
Electric the success of the Canadians in The deep prismatic; cuttings la J5aultless
Light Company the colonial policy that less intereo twill SE'Cur'j
be manifested in the views and ing settlers Is due entirely metal of the bigger piece are
4 4 While the moving spirits of the Es leanings of the new judge whoever he splendid advertising they have done I IGORDON & BROWN HARDWARE CO. ngularly[ rich and effective, white !fte

cambia Electric Light and Power Co. may be, on this great question. than in and the thought naturally arises that simpler handicraft as exhibited} in the

are in the city considering. as we relation to the great subject of rail the same sort of tactics employed else. Mi smaller dignity and
pieces possesses ctan.
I road and corporate domination which where would 'be productive of as satis- J: tii
understand, a proposition to extend the I
now absorbs the attention of the coun factory results. Of all the states in :i Pensacola I Fla. i } They look fine-and they are. Ana
electric light and service The
k1 power try." this country California Is, perhaps the the "hardest

Journal would like to impress on themcl The territorial distribution of the best advertised, which accounts for i.............II.....................",..............................i'Mj1.M'''..",,,.,,,,,.,,,..,,,..,,,,,. ..........i.... .. .............. ...... ... .m."...._ ..... :r_' ___....ri...... the prices lasts the tempt week. fisteiVIljsale !:
the importance of immediate action. court at present is as follows: the constant stream of Immigrationinto
Chief Justice Fuller. Illinois. the cities and valleys of that
The presencs service Is entirely Inadequate .
---- ----- -- -------- -
Justice Henry B Brown Michigan, splendid commonwealth. California
to supply the demand to say' Justice William R. Day, Ohio. cities are growing more rapidly than _* A GOOD CARRIAGE
nothing of what many consider the excessive Justice John M Harlan Kentucky. those of any other state the people locating ,

cost electric lighting. No Justice David J. Brewer. Kansas. there coming from every portion

;cl special,effort is being made to extend Justice Edward D. White Louisiana. of the country. This is caused When you want a'gooI: carriage, 107 SOUTH PALAPOX STREET

: the service, b'uthe contrary many Justice Joseph }McKenna California by the fact that the peaple'of'Califor prompt service, and safe and careful; PENSACOLACOFFEE
I Justice Rufus W. Peckham New nia are continually exploiting their delightful .
people who waut, ,electric light connection York. climate and productive soil treatment, remember the OligfnalHACKMAN'S '" -:- .7'< r"-c. ;
cannot get it and there Is appar. Justice O. W. Holmes. Massachu before the eyes of the nation. The ?

antly no prospect of their getting it setts. people of every state hear and know of i, EXCHANGE. .

until the company puts in a plant that California and are anxious to visit the) PHONE 185. "
state. Thousands of those who go on
can handle the 'business of the city. Nothing like seeing. If Governor r a visit becme infatuated with tht conditions -' It was founded in 1892 and it has a !

There is a very general feeling Broward will spend two weeks in th and resolve to make It'their WITH CHECKS I reputation for polite and careful drivers

i:'1f4j. abroad that the city should own its opinion real Everglades of conditions without changing his future home. All cf this; is due alone|I: and the best informed cabmen in
and poosibilitic; to .'
persistent advertis
and intelligent
own eectric lighting: plant. That b"- in that region, we will discontnue ou.r ing. : the city. Following are the membersand
We the Pioneer
log the case the private company attempt to teach him on that subject In view of these evidences of what,! their: hack numbers: are

which owns the present plant from but as long as he is ignorant of personal to1 A. No. 1 A. Coffee Roasters of
advertising will do it would appear j Hundreds of people now pay all theIr bills by check MSoloman. ; J. Leggett

which the city is supplied. will do well of reasoning experience him we into shall not despai "be a profitable investment for any:,' -their grocery bills coal bills, telephone bills light No 5; J. ,Stall worth. No. 7; J. E. Morris West Florida.McHUGH'S .

: .; to take time by the forelock and give of ,mind.-Jacksonville a Times-Union.calmer frame other state. The state of Missouri.,I bills, etc. It's so much more convenient to write a No. 8; S. Sunday Jr.. No. 11; C.
I for instance;has more and better natural i! IL Taylor .No..l.2.O..Abdelcothe. No.
the public a satisfactory service i now, Of bourse' the editor of the Times resources than have Canada and : check for the amount than to have. to carry your 15; R. J. Parker., No. 18; T. II Hear. '

The longer the present unsatisfactory Union has visited every portion of t'"ne California combined Our soil Is adapted .- money around in your pocket. It'a economical too I old. No. 21; S. ,Bibbs No. 26; M. Pat I BLENDShave

condition continues the more likely 'Glades and Is, therefore thorough! r for the profitable growing of aI I forr/t/ keeps you from spending for many things you terson. No 20: A-J. Bras well. No. 77;

the city will be at any time to put in a familiar with the existing conditions. greater variety of products than either i see las is often the case -with your money in your All the above are nice closed car-
of these two localities Our climate
plant of its own. p xkeL SmaJI) as well as large accounts 'we1comeJ. rIages. no equal. A trial
lm is better the year'through., than Is that, Signed J... STALLWORTH Pres.
With proper equipment and management of either. It is never too cold or too: By C. H.. TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres. will convince the con-
the electric. lighting company Burning OverGrazing hot, while a crop failure is seldom

could do twice and probably' three Lands.A heard of. Thousands upon thousands] noisseur that we

times the business it is now doIn;.I of acres of our soil is underlaid with i make no extravagant
The Journal recent Issue of The New Yorl valuable mineral deposits such as Marine Grocery Co.
hopes the members of Commercial contained the coal, iron lead and z'nc, so that there i* FIRST NATIONAL BANK claims.
the company will look at the matter in followingparagraph is ample opportunity for ,men of all
604 60S, 60S Palafox St
: :
the same light and give Pensacola the tastes to satisfy their ambitions in Wholesale RetailGROCERS
service which the city wants .and Florida forests are unfortunately ex: the line of finding! something congenial OF PENS AGO LA, FLA. Phone 723. and

: ought to have.Commissioner posed to great danger from fire. In to do. In short it is not WH KNOWI.W,Pre. W. K HTEB.: ;JR.,Y..Pres. and CasMer. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .
they are like the southern forests able to say that no locality T,W. BREST and W.H.ROBERTS, Asst. Cashiers! .
in general but the practice of burnin sun offers surer reward ,for unreason'j l>CTOR8-F. C. Brent. W. A. Rlount. W. g Knowles, W. K. flyer Jr.,
of Corporations Garfield : O.Q. Brent.
(the ground over to improve grazing la ly directed effort than does ..r HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
threatens to investigate Standard firmly established and wherever this is of Missouri. What is needed is sys. .. and all kinds of Feed
I _,______ EAT
III OIL If he works along the lines of I the case the forest is especially threat tematic advertising of these splendid 1_a- -L._ .

his investigation of the Beef Trust the ened. Much difficulty will doubtless resources in other portions of the coun Just Received: Stuffs.Pluto .
be met with In the effort to changethe try. The of the
Standard will probably have no oh.III newspapers state are Halibut Chunks. Halibut.Quick Lunch
custom. Some of the oldest settlers doing their best in thIs' liRe of work,
jections. .50 kitE of fancy Mackerel.. $1.25
throughout the south but their efforts should "
:: however be supplemented f _
are now beginning to recognize that by the state itself which could well No. 5503. 50 kite Salmon $125 per kit WaterWholesale

; Are Republicans PackingThe the burning does not improve grazing In afford to send some thousands of C.W. LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant! Cashnr. 50') kits! halibut :3ns $1.25 per kit.
long run. because it kills out the dollars annually in telling thy; peopleof U. E.CLARK.Vice.Presldent and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cishls- 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds,
more valuable grasses. They: admit the world why they should
Supreme Court? come $1.25 per kit ,
i- _; that the forage crop on the open forest to Missouri to live. Bloaters Milker and Roee Herring and Retail.
Since the anouncement was made stands of the region has been THE AMERICAN. NATIONAL BANK Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles

that Justice Brown would retire from steadily deteriorating during the past ( 'M{ :l a ,y.H German Sauer Krout.

ti f1t1; the United States Supreme Court fires.40 years: as a result of these injurious OF PZNSACOLA, FL*. Pigs Feet in kits-Ji.00.Manewil New Orleans Grocery Co.
4 NEWS AND VIEW3 and Lange's Fruit Caka
t. ; (bench rumor has been busy regarding The editor of The Commercial has e FROM STATE PAPERS. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. National Biscuit Co' Fruit Cake 25c

his possible successor the general .evidently been misinformed. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $69,033. per pound. ; Jas.
opinion i-; -li ;Y McHugh
being that Secretary of War In past 'the 4t-;" We handle the celebrated blends of ,
years custom of
Taft would be burnin -" / I DIRECTORS Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
given the place if he
: desired it The impression Is : over grazing lands was practised extensively Wolfe mUsed to It.' Co, H. P. Chlpman..-Manager.0Oaxnca. : Phone 05. Proprietor.

r: rapidly In the state of ''Florida and I The Hon. Emmett Wolfe otherwIse Henry U:: Covlngton, 'Frank Reilly. F. E. Brawner 35e lb.: Gold Standard 25c
gaining ground! that politics will be resulted In. the destruction of much private secretary to his excellency J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lirnar, lb: Diamond Blend. 25
at the bottom of the .selection and valuable timber but legislation Governor Broward, stirred up a hornet's Bryan Dunwody T. F. McQeurin,.' J. R. Sounder, Rio. 20c lb.Strictly Legal Advertisements
that the successor of Justice Brown nest when he voluntarily took the A. M. Avery W. H.MHton. 0. E. Maura fresh roasted and as good
since been enacted prohibiting the responsibilty of informing W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah r.i .kenzie Oerllng, as any Coffee! sold in this city.

will a republican goes almost with'out practice and providingheavy penaltiesfor that the State Pardoning a correspondent Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. Send us your,orders_and we will deliver ;Notice. la' hereby NOTICED' given to crcditori

I violation of the provisions of the Board "had nothing to give out" but promptly. distributees and al) )t'r
The Birmingham A Accounts Banks, I Individuals and Firms Solicited. legatees
: e-Herald Intimates law. The law Is being 'generally observed It's doubtful if he cares a tinker's of Corporations 1 persona having claims or dpmanli!

that a l scheme is afloat to as, far as can be ascertained. how much the press assail him. He Four per cent Interest Paid on :Time Deposits. against the estate of Emma' KitzPa1;'
'; "pack" the Supreme Court and the has been a target for hot shot so oftenin Florida .and Alabama rick, deceased, to present the < DJe,

argument it advances would seem to The Supreme Court of Indiana held the past that he.would wonder what within two(2)( ) years to the ondf

; Indicate that there is "something doing" in the recent case of The Eddy Valve and was abuse.up were It he'not is the receiving way some ridicule people ..t..o. ..... ...e.o..o ............-.c LAND COMPANY signed tamentary who upon has ths taken estate out of letter the";*

.tu.. along? that line. The Age-Herald Company' vs. Town of Crownpoint et have of keeping themselves Aefoce thepublic. : J. S. REESE. President E. w.irs Cashier. 11 Manufacturers of deceased.

1b, I has.tbe following to say upon the subject al!., that where an Incorporated ton .-(Miami Metropolis. -C. R. U. GARY VIce-Presldent and Dealers in J. C. GREEN Executor,

: bought a system of water works subJect '. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i LUMBER.. SAWED ,CYPRESS SHIN February' 14. 1906. Ufeboa" '
The retirement Timley -
of Justice Brown to mortgage which it Warning. I GLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP.
would haveto I
brings before the President the question The editor of the Gainesville Elevator Directors-k. J. R'ev.s, J. .. Reese? W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Gary, NOTICE.
of succession, and the air is tull pay off in order to retain the own has started a contest to decide who W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. thai on ,It"
of One ership of such property the mortgage is TRANSACTS A GENERAL' BANKING BUSINESS. Notice is hereby given
rumors. the
i2t rumor runs to the ef4feet most popular school girl in that 14th day April, A. D. 190t I will **
that Judge Gray of Delaware will debt must be taken into account in city. Better slow brother. The YOUR ACCOONT RESPECTFULLY SOLICrTED .\ A S of
I be nominated but a republican paper determining whether or not Its total I editor of the Star go W'3.S'once one of the .......t+.t4-.t...........t.....t...M_,_t_ 0 0 00,... PIANOSAND ORGANS.c Judge ply to of Hon.Escambla Henry Bellinger Countr ,Fiona"UlIJ> *

:.' says this would not "do" because the judges at CASH OR EASY TERMS. ;
show. ,1t
i indebtedness exceeded the constitutional a baby Owing to the All Piano Work for an order authorizing the salt:
: democrats would then have a majorityof fact that there was a good fire Guaranteed. '>"hoSlnnott t
limit of 2 escape of interest )f >
per cent'which madethe' CtUTTER RUSHING iiis private sale
the court. There ,
are but three connected with the building we are I* nn/TOHGREE<*.PRWRIDUT.: T.J1.w: r.L'C8. VlCat"RC8ID..T. 12 EAST Wm. J. Snnott: Jo, J'nott ( S.I'
-4, democrats in that court-'Fuller, Peck. further Incurring of municipal I now here to tell the tale. lake Butler R.H.ISUSHNFLL.C&srnzu. MANSFIELD MORENO.: Asse.Cisaxan GOVERNMENT ST. F E. Sinn.'". M ft; ) V
Annie M. F.
ham and White-but the republicans debts UJila.wfnl. although it did not personally Star. Citizens National Sank g* PHONE. 476.. -"i5 Sinnott, Alberta M. Stance Iv "tH'nE.

4 may consider Justice Harlan who is a assume ,such mortgage; that asA $** $ Slnnott and Lester L >" nott, m.'

I friend of the masses as against the where the prior debts of the town add Disregard of Law. of Pensacola, florida.DIECYORS. nors In and to the follow'a? 'I classes
a democrat. Counting in that ur
The United States Court has : to-wlt LOI : "*'
declared real estate. :
ed to
: I way the democrats would in case of the mortgage exceeded the constitutional Bear. T.K ala M.Robinson.. C'' "
that the acts of the Drainage Commission Geo. W.Wright. Morns .Wfllea. L. Hilton Oretn. ((34) of the Donoldson Tr-t: in
i- Judge Gray's appointment have five; limit warrants given to Fi.);
whIch! commission was created A GENERAL 0AVXf/VC: / BUSINfSS TRANSACTED of Pensacola Escambia l'tuty.
t out of the nine members of
the courtIt or1)
pay for extension of the water works by act ,of fnmtAgQ
Is an 1903 are oid. Yet Ida said lot having a J
: believed however
that the
; president were invalid. and that.a debt incurred I notwithstanding decision of the feet on the north side >'' ltom4n3street
will appoInt! ,f
no one who Is hose
i tile to the Imperialist by a town in violation of the constitu court the county commissioners of by a depth of 205:; (.-'e>, more
theory of the Dade county are ''going right ahead less on'the east side ..* peviliterWin.
power of congress over our island possessions tion could not be so ratified by the though nothing had happened collectIng as. R M.C.". ,... JW.. -..- ,..... 01,0. ......,. J. Sinnott. Guardian of Thojo 1
'i -our colonies, in other words. citizens as to bind the town or estopit this tax from the poor and Ignorant rr... '-' '-''-''''_ SH' Sinnott. Wm. J. Sinnot! Jos G w

lie and appointed both Justices Day and Holmes i to deny the. validity of the debt who do not know any better than Wbol.Ml. and EeU.ll Dl.r IB nott Annie M E. f Sinnott, MAT ..
are considered

p If the the great two Is court to 'be added imperialists.a thirdI Grafters looking for pointers are re to too who should set StcatxiDoinesticAnthracite and Blacksmith COAL E.Sinnott Slnnott Alberta and M.Lester Sinnott.L. Mthlc SinIlo:
-I begins to have an
i imperialistic to spectfully referred to President Castro the people an example of quiet obedience :March 6. 1906.
say: the leastChief omceo. 43 South Palafox, street Telephone 93-
E ; Justice Fuller and Justice liar.: of Venezuela. to law Is going right ahead 14lhmaroaw4w.Aatuchment.
:i; lan are also eligible to retirement spending the people's money on his Yard comer Tarragona and Gonzalez5treets. Phones 6 and 372
drainage schemes, in utter I
disregardof ,
Both are over 70 years old. If the Average Citizen Missed His. : Notice.
law and the decision of the DR.j.fl MOCK "
courtA th !tn
president should gain opportunities In According to Notice is hereby given of
Secretary Shaw of
everjman poor devil an editor down in 'I 5.
suit by
.1 I the course of threeyears ,to fill their tution of an attachment
: woman and child in the United Tampa a few days ago was fined ,
seats the court would be packed In States should one E. B. Hester against Reginald U5tt
,bave in
the hundred
in dollars. for .
-pI the Interest of tmperallsm. The retlr4inl side very mild com Dental Surgeon.Crown in the Circuit Court of the First Ji
pocket while .
up at Wllkesbarrea ment on a case taken under advisement In In'
Judge Brown Is an Imperialist man just figured that SHINGLES SASH. DOORS WINDOW GLASS cial Circuit State of florida
: ,, out everybody by the court Had be disregard. saw ("
and the appointment of another imperialist is entitled to 2,500 glasses of beer ac ed the decision of the court like the I and Bridge Work a Specialty. for Escambia County. and the
In his place will not therefore BUILDING fendant and all other persons Interl'-
cording to the total amount manufac Dade county commissioners! and Gov.I! MATERIAL. Painless Extracting of Teeth.
change the present standing of ture ed are required to appear to the aton
Kfef.s the court be expected The to average? citizen he may now Broward are doing we suppose that Phone 11.. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. 2Syz $. Palafox.St the 2d day ot July A. D 1306.: *-
that has he
say I would have been hanged.-Jasper I 7 and 9 ,Old, Armory: Building.
"But. says the Springfield Repubuj hls.-Jacksoaville Tunes Union. News. P. Reese. attorney for plaintff.
j [ : ; ?hO =, 1077., 14maroaw3m.t .


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.4 ADDRESSESSOLONS Dr.J.S.Guisinger, 90 Years Old,Pendleton, Ind.,a Distinguished -

0Y4 RESIGNS HIS Practitioner of Many Years' Standing and

Prominence in His Profession, Writes that Duffy's Pore

Eei Look at t the bott1getacquainted | Malt Whiskey Has No Equal Where a Stimulating and

,- withit Strength Building Tonic is Required.
t'ili't OffiCE
call for it. Then The doctor's letter reads as follows:
t "I do not know what my eon baa writ
I you will have no ten you but I will say to all persons,

'}1 young or old. who are III or require a '
o.v. (Continue<\ from First Page) i other. The most To Take Effect 'as Soon Successor stimulating and strengthening tonic,there
I -
i the la nothing as beneficial as Duffy's PureMalt
1 l power of the government. It Is nearly popular gin on market Whiskey I firmly believe It has no

,i '-" -{' half a. .entury' s'nce! we finally con because ,thet best. Always] ( Qualifies-Many Can- -. I equaL"-Dr. J. S. Gulslnger. Pendleton.

seated to levy fedjlral ,taxes for' : 'II Ind.. Dec. 18. 1905.
a didates for
pleases never disappoints. Justice of
purpose other than that of meeting the Mr. Earl J. GulsJnjer! his son, who

IAKIHuPOWDER real needs of government. During all Knocks out all weakness, the Peace. Is a School Teacher and does not use -

the preceding periods of our history gives renewed strength t I_ intoxicants in any form says In
this writing of his father's remarkable
policy had been concealed behind
Judge Jas. K.: Landrum who has
': the plea of infant industries or appeals -' vitality held the office of justice of the peaceof .strength and agility;

for independence of some vague I this district for
past seven "I
am a teacher twenty-seven
but shrew-Uy chosen enemy. A pure-I ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT years has tendered .
his resignation, years old. I am not given to the use of
ly protective duty was not advocated i having forwarded th,3 same to Governor : -x-::, : %: Intoxicants but your whiskey ia the best

Absolutely Pure as good, or even right in and of it- "B&B" Atlanta Broward Saturday night. The resig. ',* '-. tonic I ever knew my father to have.
s?lf. or even mentioned without apol nation becomes effective as soon as "My father who has always lived avery

a? pgy. It was, defended only as an ex ihd governor names his successor and L temperate life Is unusually bale and
HAS NO pedient. he : the latter qualifies. hearty for his age. being able to walk uptown
SUBSTITUTE never as a policy to adopted t as quickly as myself. He has used
or applied permanently." The announcement that the judge Duffy's for years on account of its purity
Judge Parker then discussed the haa1 resigned came as a surprise to all, and strength-giving qualities and because
A Cream Tartar Powder and of the quieting effect it has on his
material of the especially his friends. it
Ste deveolpment country While : : nerves. It does not burn his throat when
free from alum or phos- and its natural results referred at Morris DannheisserFormerly was forwarded to Tallahassee Saturday' be uses it. as most whiskeys do."-Karl
acid some length; to the revelationsof it walk not until yesterday that PB. J. & GUISIKGEK. J. Guialcger. Lapel. tad Dec. 1. 13
phatic shame !n connection with the recent ( of Dannheisser Bros.) the information leaked out

investigations and urged th? nec- Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine The Resignation. .

-' ---- essity for 'vigorous action. Wines Beer ,ana Tobacco. The letter to Governor Broward Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
read follows
Work-for Democrats. as :
In concluding his address Judge I Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty "To His Excellency, Napoleon B.
BOARDS HELD Broward Governor of invigorating stimulant and tonIc:. builds up the iIg
Tallahassee and
Florida gentle
Parker said: 12 W. Zarraflossa Street. an absolutely pure to the brain. strength aid elastic-,
Fla. the heart, gives power
"As Democrats we have much workto I PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.IIACKNO. nerve tissues muscles tones, and up richness to the blood. It bring Into action all the vital do of a serious Kind. We have only "Sir-AS my law practice seriously Sty forces to the It makes digestion pertect. ana enables you to get from the food you eaten
A JOINT the smallest interferes -witTi my official duties, and 'h_ .. nrld""nt itv>nt in. It is invaluable
SESSION responsibility for the fun. -
being of a turn of mind that a public for overworked men delicate
damental evils which have into 16
children. It
and sickly
officer Is a servant of the and women
: perIl) the:great. moral heritage of ,our people and sustains the system. Is a pro-
people. We have never bought or Ready at all'htMJrs to answer ca.lls'' as a natural conclusion from said moter of good health and longevity

Escambia and Baldwin County Commissioners Meet and Sign Con- sold options! in the market of privilege to any part of city. First class in I two maxim duties and In truth my, position-I think' aman duty has to makes strong.the Duffs old young Is the and only keeps whiskey the young that

or monopoly. We cannot gain or every respect Fast and gentle horses himself bas been recognized as a medicine and is
regain and end poNte' drivers, Phone No. 185. ana) wife, and a duty to the guaranteed absolutely free from fusel oiL
tract With Southern Bridge Company for Steel power snbtsrfuges, we public. '- Seven thousand doctors prescribe and
ought not .to do so. If we have no George K. Faulk. "Unfortunately these duties as far 2.000 hospitalS. use Duffy's Pure Malt

Bridge Over Perdido River. principles fixed immutably ,upon ideas, -- as I am concerned conflict I therefore ;Whiskey exclusively. ,
and genuine attachments to the public BEWARE of dangerous tnltatloni and robfltatefl. -
SMfr****** ''M respectfully tender my resignation .
_ Interests, we shall then be without ; "" as soon as my ,successor is named They.. positively harmful and are
hope. If we cannot now see how vital] i sold for profit only by unscrupulous dealers.
and qualifies.
b to be
BRIDGE IS TO COST $3,657.00 ANDIS completed and ready for ;use Look for the trade-mark.tile "Old Cbemlst"onthe
not later than December 1. a moral issue may be made on the 1 Amusements 1 1Last "Thanking you for the attention I label and be certain the seal over the cork
side of both policy and righteousness, feel that will give this I
:you am,
TO BE COMPLETED BY DE. Other Business. U unbroken. All druggist and grocers: or
then well abandon the
we may as field, "Very respectfully
CEMBER ESCAMBIA! BOARD' After the completion of this tusi and let either the corruptionist and %. ** "JA m51 R. LANDRUM." direct $1.00 a bottle. Doctor' advice and
booklet free. Daffy WbUkeyC,
medical '
ness the Escambia board proceeded to the monopolist, or the radical the, des |JUdge Landrum stated last night '
AFTERWARDS CONSIDERS SEV. transact its monthly business. Prssiatnt tructive and the anarchist have their that he had been considering the matter Ro c.stcrNcw York.,.

Walker Ingraham. of tile Carnival way. Our history our traditions, Night's Play.It i of resigning SOT some time, 'but did '

ERAL OTHER MATTERS.A Association appeared ,before the even our weaknesses, have always rep- Is almost impossible to imagine not fully decide 'UntIl the latter .portion N. COLORING AND LOUIS. BEAR COMPANY: Distributers.BURROWES' .

commissioners and requested an .appropriatlon resented the antithesis of these, and anything better than Tim Murphy in of last week. He intends to en-

of $500 towards the Carnival we may feel sure that, if we but do "A Texas Steer." The playas ter actively into the 'practice of his

jimt session of the Boards of Association. which 'was in debt. our duty, a better fate than this Is In every one knows is one of the best profession as soon as he is relieved
He .explained the advertising that had "
('ountv Commissioners! of Escambla been store for us. comedies ever written and as for Tim b3his successor. .
done and the good that resultedto Many ,Applicants.
and Baldwin counties was held last the Murphy he would make hit in almost -
county as well as the city from a '
"Dr.Thomas'Electric Oil is the best Already there are a number of applicants -
night! at the court house. Chairman having these celebrations, which attracted remedy for that often fatal dIsease- any kind of, a play. out for the position. It was

\\rrv presided and there were pres many strangers, who not only croup. Has been used with success!! in In "A Texas sheer" :however Tim stated yesterday ant: last night that Fly and Mosquito Screens !

) ,'!D lI> CommiSEioners Sonnott. Wiggins spent their money whUe witnessing our family for eight years."-airs. L.Vblteacre Murphy is everything that could be among those who-were anxious to secure
the but of them
Carnival many remained the position are Judge Boykin
AH .rew;andS't' wart of Escamlbia' and invested in property. He Bugalo. N. Y. desired. He is droll funny and origInaL -
Jones who held the position accept
Iud Commissioners O. II. H. Smith Sent on Thirty Days' Trial!, Prcight Prepaid.All .
cited some instances of this kind He is well supported and the attraction ably for a number of years Judge J.
u E. .McMillan and- T. vl. Hollman, of I' Ratbrr Mixed.
had just
Baldwin (' occurred is worthy of note. Albert Johnson, Geo J. Slocumb, material needed for attachng! the screens and doors Included without .
unty. A motion was made to table the "Say Jack what hare you that string Cheever L.Sbin-s and others. It 4s more
The Texas Steer quartette is also a extra cost.Screens
The meeting was for the of "
purpose matter, but this was reconsidered and tied around your finger for? than probable that the governor will
bringing to a close the matter of the the question laid over until the next "Oh, that is to remind me that I forgot feature of the attraction and they have a large list from which; to pickthesuccessor' are made only: to order, yet returnable if not satisfactory.
steel bridge to span Perdido;! river meeting of the board. were repeatedly- Called back.
something my wife told me to be of Judge Landrum.
which dnides the "' 200,000
two and
which A ..Ie.ter.A. $ read from |he chair sure to( remember."-Baltimore Amencan. ; ., -
is to be pa'd for jomtlj. The man of the Board of Commissionersof I -
contract had been awarded previously La Grippe and Pneumonia. What Ton Do.
county stating that he had
to the Southern Bridge Company by Pneumonia ften follows la grippe Where is of but Every practical Improvement in screen construction during the past
ii heard of the ruling of the state audi- A Sure Sign. you are no moment
both boards, but is wa, thata but never follows the use of "Ful y's thirty years was first'used by us.
necessary: tor in regard to the amount to be received The honeymoon properly only what you are doing there. It is
joint meeting te hela to sign the may very Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe to P. O. Box 1015 and local representative
up by commissioners, and in his be said to be over when the wife not the place that ennobles :you, but Drop postal. 104 or phone
suggests -
rontratt The matter was discusseda opinion the state auditor had evidently coughs and prevents pneumonia and you the place, and this is only by doing will call to give you estimates.J .
to her husband
: some length by the various that he'd better Ask for
) com 1 overlooked certain laws bearing consumption. Foley's Honey that which noble.Home Notes.
missloners and contracts were finally upon the subject. nave his trousers pressed by a tailor. anJ Tar and refuse any substitute of-

drawn up binding the two countfas The notary public bonte of D. Hale Detroit Free Press. fered. Mr. G. Vacher. of 157 OsgoodSt. The Moat Popular Tree

:and: the contractors These were Wilson and R. A Douville were approved ., Chicago writes:. "My wife ha'd a Dyer: -Ever study .forestry, De Voe7 .....................................................
:ilgned. by the representative of the IB Metka.rUh's Time. severe case of l la 'grippe three years .-
Southern Bridge Company, the five The contract for furnishrng suppliesto Kind Old Lady-What ails the baby? ago. and It left with a terrible De Voe-Tea. rm working on my famI- COOK IS HAPPY

Hacambia commissioners and the the poor farm for the coming lie looks healthy I'm sure. The Nurse cou'.;h. She tried a bottle of Foley's ly tree now.-Brooklyn Life. J :

three Baldwin commissioners. month was awarded to J. E. Dubuis- -Oh, he Is, the little dear! But he's Honey and Tar and it gave her immediate - --

The bridge is to cost $3(57.00. and son. peevish today on account of cutting his relief. A 50 cent bottle cured .SUGAR AND STARCH. | BECAUSE 'THE BREAD IS RIGHT. |
her ,
County Expenses. whiskers.-Puck. cough entirely Refuse substi

The report of the finance committee tutes. W. A. D'Alemfberte. druggst: Please the lPalatebutSometimes Play o hunt Flour. the best, .half barrels.. .. .. .. .. ... ........,....$3.00 .

TWO wa: presented and approved and A small teaspoonhi of powdered gum, and apothecary. Hop With Digestion. Pure Lard.. '.' .. .. '.. ......... .... .... .... .... .... .10c :

OPEN LETTERS warrants ordered drawn for the arable, with the same,amount of glycerin Sugar and starch, as burro> in ordin- Baking Powder, 10 to .. .. *.. .... .... .... .... .... ...25c *
amounts named. The! report showed stirred Into a tumblerful of cold ary food are Intended to supply energy Good health follows the use of pure fresh foods. We furnish them. :
the following as the expense of the THE MAELSTROM. and strength keep steam to '
IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN county for the past month: water and drunk slowly will often' drive tile human machine and .this i There's satisfaction in the dining room, too. The flour +

General fund .. .. .. ....$1.919.75 work wonders in quenching thirst flair It Feels to Be on the Edge of they do if properly digested. + was right, the lard was right, the baking powder was +

\Ure.. Mary Dlmmick of Washington tella Road and bridge fund ..' .. 1,788.65 the Great :Whirlpool.Off But when the digestive apparatus' right. Right,. whq? Because they all came from the popular +.

How Lydia E. Plnltlmm'a Vegetable Fine ana! forfeiture fund .., .. 1,168.90 -- the coast of Norway between has had too much work crowded uponit. : grocer. +

Compound Made Her Well. two islands of the Lofoden group, is or when it becomes weakened from ; : I'
Total. .* ..... ...,. ..... ..$4,867.30THE food decays (there is no .
the In
largest whirlpool the world. Its any cause .

It Is with great pleasure we publish .:, name. Maelstrom means "whirling other word so expressive) in the + 14 W Garden I

the following letters, as they convinc- stream" and the title is well earned. stomach and intestines, and not onlyproCl'Uce | Phone 18 3 LAZ.JACOBYThOarS
ingly the claim have SHOW WINDOW. $ gas to distend tha stomach
prove we so The great Maelstrom is no longer
many but ...........
Limes made in and crowd and weaken the heart ...
our columns that Mrs.Mrj.Mary Relieve inflammation of the held in superstitious fear; and maritime
other disease conditions
of the promotes
Don't neglect the npper part II
charts have taught the sailors of I
-- --
throat caused by cold or which develop into serious liver,

window.Don't stick to one style or"trimming. Catarrh. Contain nothing fcyuriou be world where the that danger lies and stomach and sometimes heart trouble.It .+++++.++.....+....................+...+.+.+...+..++.
AOW to avoid it, so accidents rarely Is important that the food presentthe

Branch out. occur-never except through Ignorance sugar and starch to the stomach

Don't sLirap on elbow grease In cleanIng or a previous disaster that baa IP such form that they may be readily \ I
. Housewife is NotEmbarrassed
I the glass." rendered. a vessel unmanageable. digested and pass to the nerves The f
blood to energize the machine
Don't wait till a trim Is fly specked Several years ago the captain of a -

before changing It.Don't sailing; vessel, desirous of seeing the without overtaxing the organs. -*
Grape-Nuts food does this perfectly.It ,By sudden or unexpected company if there's a gas range
overlook the utility of a certain famous whirlpool at close quarters. mechanical +
t not
is prepared >
y X
number of fixtures. was assured by his Norwegian pilot chemical!. ) process similar to those in the kitchen. : :

Don't be afraid to try something new that he might venture near enough for through which food passes in the

in the way of a display. examination without danger. And here healthy human alssstive. machinery I !

Don't fill a sunny window with goods ffi1b4ZIliiji- (is what the captain saw: and Is when taken into the i The Fire's ,Always Right, I

that the sun will discolor.. "I went on the main topsail yard system pre-digested. soluble and
; with a good glass. I bad been seated easily assimilated.' is made of :t +
Don't let the :window stand too long. 1.- .J4
I- but a few' minutes when my ship entered wheat and barley and as it comes : Ready to cook anything from a pan of muffins to a bo>I- +
is about the limitDon't 1
A week is and
DimmickPinkham ) ,-t : the dish of ,the whirlpool. The from the package adapted + ed chicken. The chill of cool mornings and evening: +
afraid to spend a little mon- the weakest stomachof
be velocity of the water altered her grateful to even \:\ kicked off by the use of a gas heater-$1.50 to $10. *
back.Don't babe. ,
ey on the trim. It will come adult or
toward the center.
: course three.'polnts o J
,of Lynn Mass,is fully quali. fail to call the local newspaper's This alarmed me extremely for a moment A lady writes from Woonsocket R- ; .
JWtofrive helpful advice to sick women. attention to each nice trim that I I.[ "Grape-Nuts. she says "is truly a
I destruction in' Gas
lad Mrs. Dimmick's letters. thought was wonderful food. I haw been practic- |: Pensacola Company :
Her first you make. 4 ; evitable. But she answered her helm ally living upon it for the last 4 .
D.> ; letter: Don't prolong the trimming unnecessarily -nobly, and we ran along the edge the months, and I am stronger to-day. .

"I ar hue Irs. been Pinklwn-a sufferer for the past eight A quick change will impressthe I waters foaming round us In every both physically and mentally than I : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i

YE'arS tram' painful with a periods-the trouble which pains first were originated wcniciJ Don't public copy.more.'But you can elaborate, or r. I form."The sensations I experienced are lave"For been some before 12 ,or for 15 years.yaar: ) I had :....................................................:

J 8.-inflammation and ukt-rationofthe else's Ideas without Immense lived on sweet and starchy foods un- .
"mate change some one difficult! to describe. Imagine an --- -- -- ?-

M In.: operation organ or I The cannot doctor live.says I I do must not want have being open to the_criticism of copying. SDJmF circle running round of a diameter till worn my out digestive, and I had organs been were troubled almost for H #**#****Hf HHHH .. ..... .. .. ..... .
submit to an operation if I can possibly -Exchange.A 'I of one and a half miles, the velocity ,- ,
'!<*! it. Heas4 a long time with nervous dyspepsia or
help me. -Mrs. Mary it approximated the | DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY |
Increasing' as worst form. ,
itaimKk in its Everything -
W&hington. D. C. A \ .derfnl Paenltr the Triton. ndigestlon ,
Her /x..JPA center and gradually,changing its dark fermented and I belched
second letter: The triton, a spotted lirardlike reptile I at* I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE *
""'M* Pmkham: found In almost every state In the blue color to white foaming, tumbling g&3' from my stomach most of the
"Yo rushing .to Its vortex, very much concave time I STERLING SILVERWARE
lust win member my condition when I Union has a most wonderful power of ,
wrote"( YOU, and that the doctor said I Bon- We give our most ardent attention -as much so as the water in a "Mr doctor advised me to try -
rust ,hne an operation or I could not live. reproducing amputated parts. to dressing the small funnel when half run out The noise Grape-Nuts and so I began using It 3 ; ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, !

aJ vies Ved your kind letter and and followed entirely yourTery not, the great. French naturalist creatures: experimented by boy. Their apparel if thought ,too, hissing roaring dashing, all pressIng times a- day. and It has done wonaters ,' CUT! GLASSWARE.
carefully am now on the little has strengthened :
"ell here will be durable the mind at presented the for me. It my i
slylish on once
Al my case was so serious it ee'ms a and tails and .
""facl*that I am cured. I know that I owe amputating their legs -two qualIties'every mother"will most awful grand and solemn sight, I muscle toned up my nerves and nested -

ant onlyray health but my life to Lydia E. by so doing found that their powers appreciate. $2.00 to $7.50. ever beheld. We were near It about my brain The headaches that t .' .
fFf111,8. Vegetable Couipound and to. your of reproduction were almost unlimited.In used to punish me have disappeared. = Engraving and Fine Stationery.
eighteen minutes and sight of it two
can walk miks without an ache or Instance an amputated leg was "I have gained strength to work
: and liih woman hours' It la evidently a subterranean +
every suffering to think. Grapa-Nuts U ,
owI times In three and power
eta do rea.!thu letter aid realize what you reproduced twelve passage. From its magnitude I should worth to me than all the medicine -
for them.--Mn. another an eye was more i
and in
Mild East Capitol Streets,Mary Washington DimmckJKKh, D. C.How years.gouged out and reproduced In less The 'John White Store not doubt that instant destruction In the world."When Mail.Orders Receive Prompt t Attention i
,would be the fate of a dozen of our my baby was cutting his
easy it was for Mrs. Dimmick to of tail
than twelve months. The loss a
cured him of his
write they drawn In at teeth this summer I
to largest
Mre- ships were
Knkham Mass
aad how! at Lynn does not appear to discommode a trl- f f eel f lltt lit *.... "Sear. The trouble by feeding him Craps-,
little it her two-cent the Sam'e moment pilot says that bowel #

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;e FOR ME?" : -.. ).," "i.'., .." ._. "'''{' < .; 53 t : .J.ft I. Ala. .
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In her little frilled cap so fine. *9 ..,
!With her golden hair falling out at '

' rf:;!v Like the a circle edge,of noon sunshine: 2; Announces to the Ladies of Pensacola and vicinity that his represenpl -

' .. ? And I hummed the old tune of "Ban- r+,1v

', s It, And bury"Three Cross Men." Who Put Out to- i tatives will display at the Escambia Hotel, T )-DA V, TomorrowS f

. ; ,,j-r1 : When her Sea she:blue'sleepily eyes said as she closed and-Friday: March J4. J5 and J6, complete line of everything that i.\.ar.S,

f' iPapa., what would you take for *

,, me" l cl 11af W is in the least desirable in thee of Ready-to-Wear Garments for the cyA.i;
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heart," with. 21; Spring, Season' of 1906. !;!

And she slept, baby weary :
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-, But I held play arms;her warm in my love-strong :HH Newness, Originality and Exclusiveness are the distinguishing

And I rocked her and rocked away. ./, o c

Oh, the dollar, meant all the world tome ,II .r 313 features of our line this season, which ,is without. ,exception the most i t

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-.y. 'The The lowest land, depth the sea of and the lowest the, j I IItt ; |J j! | artistic and most beautiful; that Dame Fashion has ever produced from

J; ; The highest of all that's high. E.
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AH; the cities with streets and palaces, q r .fS. i i her storehouse of infinite variety. f:! ?
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I would throb not take for one low soft 1 -.1: ,. Jx[ | 4 .R member too that whether you call! to place an' order" for any of {:|!|

.+ 1 Of my little one's loving heart; ;" ., f"
::4 Nor all the gold that :was ever found fv"i

i' In the busy wealth.finding past. } ,. 'rlr.hl rrf the hundreds of exquisite things which you will seer; or only to study (Sf ti
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'6, ? Did darling's I know it face.must be the last. !.-,'',. I.. "":_ .. i i ci E arid admire'the new styles, you will be just as cordially welcomed. Three. |:|||

f b lau' So And I rocked away.I felt such my baby a sweet and content rocket '.:.... .:". i w;wf days only-Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-March 14, 15 and 16 pjfcs5'23r52 =i

For the words of the. song expressed -,- '. f 4 Mk.a
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i ,r Than they ever before had meant ., .r"t" M i.r.
ca h 1 And tLe night crept on, and I slept ry

t" Of things and dreamed far too gladsome to be, .; .: .' ,.. .;+.'................... J_ _?_......... "'.............."\........!...........w._J4l'' >-u"i'..,,_' >l yr2w...t > :2".' 3Sz5Bs5sKw l ._ -.3wE2"T5l.>.... .*.........!li4Ja wwu.nWrr...IJ s-il1J= wl+Nrr...tlSJ+* ..'i'fSSrt.5JMtJ<....*.;.?.wn 4i*.81!ill*i!"_:'
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4 r', me?" 1 panied by their mother :Mrs. Tuttle'' ...........14N.......0...1. 1004s11.10.1.I/IIO1111Ns
+' ) EUGENE FIELD. .. who. her many friends will rejoice to' .
t;:,La -+- ;> :' f r .' : learn, was much Improved in health I'I[I MYRTLE GROVE I 0Z .
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1 i MR. AND MRS. LEVY'S .. "1 -+- | As Soon As You I
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VIOLET DINNER FOR The Excelsior Flinch meets
1 }rx v' BRIDAL VISITORS. afternoon at 3:30: wjth. Mrs. N. C.|/ i : *

ti Mr. and Mrs. David Levy! enter.tained McMillan. '.. .
at a one o'clock violet dinner s i' '. Special to The Journal. | Get Tired Sleeping :

Tuesday In honor of Mr. ana1( Mrs i SMART'MODEL FOR A WASH FROCK. ,' Mr. R. C. Smith of Minneapolis, Myrtle Grove, Mar. 13.-Miss Bessie .
i David Frolichstein of Meridian Miss., Reddick, of Pensacola spent Saturday Z
41i ; MInn who with his wife has been a :
The small girl can hardly have too waist line appears at the natural point .
: 47$ who are in the city on their honey the embroidered material bein 4 guest of Mr. and Mrs T. F. McGourln and on that knotty mattress and squeaky old springs just .
little wardrobe I .ar
moon trip and are being showered many wash frocks in her ranged after s'llrt-waist: : for a few weeks, has gone: home, but and Mrs Will Tanton and MlSa dump them on the trash pile and let us sent you a :
a pattern .a
,4' 'h1 wrtth delightful social attentions by and a smart design design for !i Mrs. Smith has remained for a more Flossie Boone were visitors here Sun '
stitched pleat down the and
t t relatives and friends. still one more is always welcome..: The I the the fastening in the back. The extended visit with Mrs. McGourin.Mrs. day:evening. I |

'1, t and The cutglass.table was The aglitter center will piece silver of attractive one pictured may be deval sleeve too follows! the favored shirt I. .: )Ir. Aubrey! Lorange of Pensacola; Victor Spring; Absolutely Noiseless and a |
: WillUms accompanied and Sunday with ,
i Parma violets on a handsome piece of oped with two Different materials, or style full at the top. and gathered Into F.1. spent Saturday
s montmelllk. had a touch of pale wood may be fashioned in frock and guimpe a band cuff at the wrist The white Mr. Williams to the grand lodge friends here. '1

violets that brought out their dark style or may be made all in one. as !linen is Shirred to the' waistband back,Kn''!ghts of. Pjthias In Palatka. I Miss :\Mattie. and Miss Eva Tantonare Felt Mattress, luxurious Comfort |

r't velvet beauty effectively Violets were best suits the materials at hand. The and front the slmulatedtbrf'telles'\\ '-I -- + .spending few days with friends 0
artistically strewn over the table and original has a guimpa or a short.waiat ing cleverly slit in the middle to admitof lion. W. H. Northup and Mrs Nor: in! Warrin'gton. .: .

"'. the nine courses of the menu were blouse as one may choose to term ft, more trimming and embroideredlinen thug entertained a party of, friends Miss Rosanna McNair of Pensacola, jou'll pronounce them the finest ever and be sorry you f

rr', 1 faultlessly served each with its ap of white linen, with. an embroideredring buttons made over wooden molds I very handsomely at. dinner last even- spent. Sunday with: her parents Mr. hadn't gotten them before. Victor Spring $4.50; Fplt.
propriate vintage wit humor and In coral pink; while the frock is catch the straps back and front The ing complimentary to Mr. De Courcey and Mrs. :G.; McNair.llr. Z Mattress $7.50 and 112.50. We are sole agents for the *

wisdom flowing meantime. of plain white linen, with a narrow skirt is a plain pattern, shirred totb.3; Thorn* of Baltimore,\ John Adkins left last week fora celebrated Ostermoor Felt Mattress, $15.00 and 1550. *
Lai The dinner was served early to enable edging: of linen worked in pink on the band and finished with'a plain hem I visit with"relatives in Haynes Ark. t. :
the guests to oTop In at theChlldren's bretelles and down thY front. The I above the knee. The Ladies Benevolent Society's 2
Mrs M. D. Villar few days
*': Ball at the Progress Club regular meeting-postponed last weekon spent a
k last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. J.Tan- sIA MAR
1.t; to which the party adjourned about account of bad weather-will be TON & QUINA
.: four cock, and attend the Purim their honorees Mr. Frolichsteln and an elegant spread was served to the' held in' the Temple this afternoon. ton, of Myrtle Grove. i

ball last night( brine Mrs. Gabe Hirsch of Natchez, party and on return reached the city! Mr. Jake Goldsby was a business .
e Mr.' and Mrs. Levy's guests were'I Miss. Miss :Matilda Frolichstein of at 6 o'clock. I Ask jour grocer for Blue Ribbon visitor in Pensaco'a! Saturday. I: 108.110. S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. iM

Mobile, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph M. Besides Mr. and :Mrs.. David Dann Vanilla,. the extract.of known purity. The play given at the home of Mr. .+ .

host Cohen. Mrs.\ E. Levy 'mother of the helper, Mr. and Mrs. Liochkoff, Mr. Goes twice as far and the "Blue Rib and Mrs R. R Beale Saturday niht :....................................................:
and Mrs Greenhut and their guestsof bon Flavor" is' perfection. was'enJo'ed' by all who! attended.

-+- honor Mr. and Mrs. David Frolich Thos present were: :Miss Rossanna --. -----
PURIM BALL CLIMAXED stein of Meridian Miss, there were in McNair of Pensacola; Miss' Susie
.y CLUB'S BRILLIANT-SEASON. the party Mr and Mrs Ed. For Tourist Club Meeting.At Tanton, Miss Bessie Redd'ck. Miss AID FOR SCHOOLS
Cabin CHILDREN'S, BALL 3 TO 6. scheimer Mr. and Mrs. the Chamber of Commerce roomson
Log Adolph Cohen Belle and M'ss Ruby White, Miss Temperance
'I The Purim ball at the Progress Mrs. Morrfa Dannheisser., Mrs. J. West Government street at 2:30 Cravey Miss Lillian and Miss r, / f
Club last night was the climax of one Herskovitz, Mrs. Sam Rosenau. Mr. o'clock this p. m., the regular weekly May Gambles Miss Bertia Shelby. OF ESCAMBIA CO.

of the gayest and most brilliant social Benny Forscheimer. Mr. Jack Stone meeting of the Pensacola Tourist Club Miss Eula Goldaby, Miss Mary Spare
season's in the club's hospitable will 'be held. All tourists and all
Dr. Samuel Koch. Mrs. Davia) Levy I Miss Annie Byrne Miss Myrtle John
Maple record. and a number of the younger.set.. others who feel disposed to come are son, Was Hazel Gunth; Mr. and Mrs. Tallahassee Mar. 13.-Escambia
'iuI Full dress was imperative on the -+- cordially invited. Come and get ac ,- \
: M.\ Cravey Mr. and Mrs. L. :McFad- County schools will be granted state
floor and the ladies ,
I were superblygowned Miss Martha Newman of Milton, quainted.
den Mr. Hilliard McNair, Mr. John aid. under the provisions of Chapter ,
as a rule. One of the most and her sister Mrs. George Marshallof
k Shelby Mr. Jessie Simmon Mr. John 5382 follows
as : .
i+ ; Syrup dlegant toilettes among visitors those of the Apalachicola. Fla., arrived Tuesday ISLE OF PINES CENSUS McNair,' Mr. Jake Goldsby, Mr. Joe Pensacola; ....Senior......,......$600 00
sj beautifully that of
Mrs David gownerf Frolichsteln" of Meridian, morning on a brief visit to Mrs. Jbhn SHOWS 700 AMERICANS Tanton Mr. Marion Cravey, Mr. Will Roberts .. ..Senior.......... 600 00
V Price and will leave this
j y Miss, was notable. It 'was a white probably Lorange.. Mr., Lowry Bojett and Mr. Muscogee .:.Rural Graded... 200 00
.a 8 lace robe soft white taffetta evening. Havana Mar. 13.-Dryden Fulton, P.tch: Adkerbon and Mr. Herbert Cam Muscogee .. .Rural Graded... 200 00
over and
1 We have .
r h secured sole who was appointed take the censusof Bluff Graded... 200 00
There will be preaching at the Union Springs.Rural
she handsome 1
diamonds .
wore Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Crowell of Mon. the Isle cf Pines and who was arrested I
agency for Towle's Log As a rule the Purim ball throws all Hill Baptist church Wednesday and
ticelk Ind. again in Pensacolaon
preceding functions of the season Into their, annual are visit by the Cuban authorities because Thursday nights. All are cordially' Invited Total .. .. .. ? .. ..$1,800 00 I
b.9 did not have their permission -
Cabin Maple Syrup,guaranteed the shade, but the club has given so -- to attend.
T I to do so, arrived here last night. Gives Health Vigor and Tone. : Our Stationery Attracts Attention
many handsome full dress affairs this .
absolutely) Mrs. :Morris Dannheisser, :Mrs. J He the census was practically .
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R winter that last night's affair was Gugenheim and Mrs. J. !Isarel will Herbine Is a boon for sufferers from Wa
entertain steel.
completed before the Cubans stoppedthe :as surely as a magnet draws
fit h and In comparatively not so noticeably more thh afternoon .r. ... anaemia. By its use the blood Is
put up "log cabin"cans complimentary work. He ther are less than
says : stand for everything In stationery.
brilliant than the preceding dances.In quickly regenerated and the color
to their cousin Mr. David Frolichsteln. 2,000 inhabitants on the island, and he
'r!'r at the afternoon normal. The and everything we stand for is top
following the from 3 to 6 there and bride. estimates the number of Cubans at becomes droopp; I :
+le was a children's masque ball. The costumes 1.000 and actual Americans at about Old strength is revived. The languor is : quality. Just as pure water Is look

r prices: I of the little folks were very attractive :Mrs Pinkston and Mrs.. Loon. ot 7CO. He says that the number of male diminished. Health vigor and tone ed for from a crystal spring, so the

1 I and the scene was a beautiful Shorter, Ala., who have been visiting Cubans of voting age is 200, and that Hmesteoad predominates. New life and happy i finest things to be had for money arS
; 1 Quarts, 45e.Onehalf'Gal.. one, swelling with pride and gratification their sisters Mrs. Heard and Mrs. Fit- fortj-nine voted 1n the last election. activity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel, I sought at our store and the eipectatlon \
i i the hearts of the parents sisters ten, left yesterday for home accom M id dlesbo rough, Ill, writes, I have la never disappointed. Our sta
.,; 85c. I cousins and aunts permitted to gaze been troubled with, liver complaintand I tlonery world Is the whole thing, not
.t upon the very animated' picture of ., Heavy, impure brood makes a muddy poor blood and have found nothing -' a hemisphere. Everything from a :*.

,: Gallons, $ /. 65. childish grace and sprightliness. pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, FLAP-JACK to benefit me like Herbine. I cent tablet to the most elegant of polite
,r -+- indigestion. Thin blod makes you hope never to be without It. I have 'I stationery.
NEW CITY LADIES.. weak, pale sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters wished that I had known of It in my
There Is nothing more MET WITH MRS. BEGGS. makes the blood rich, red, pure- I husband's life time." 50c. Sod! by. HOOTON'S PHARMACY,

f delicious (and nowadays The New City Flinch Ladles enjoyed their! I, No Better restores perfect health. FLOUR I all druggists. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
5 regular weekly Tuesday afternoon -. Phone 1100.
\ there is nothing so rare) meeting with Mrs R D. Beggs.]. Bishop Potter's New Charge. I Dance Thursday. .
Little Miss Mary Reggs scored and .I Cleveland 0.. Mar. 13.-The .RIght: i A SCIENTIFIC BLEND OF Dance at C. K..of A. Hall Thursday, --- -- --- -
+n as maple This after the a salad course with -
pure syrup. game Rev. William A, Leonard Episcopal March 15. Admission 35 cents. ; ladies.

I It 7 Is guaranteed to be absolutely coffee In the was absence. njo>'ed.of the president,' Steaks 'bishop of Ohio who has for some I Wheat I fre utd 'eloanuad'fit :
of the American uepre3 lS
years charge .uOtld .9
Mrs. F. M. Williams the next hostess: I
i/ pure and full meas- was not designated. I IE I Episcopal"churches of Europe and who Corn : Actresses Attempts .
recently resigned that charge was Paul. Mar. 13.-Katis Ransome
The Mrs. Duke
guest the
ure. was Than those at Randy JpUnll
; t :!! of Alabama who is spending the 'winter -II Kitchen. We buy the best and today notified that Bishop Potter of Oats. I and Mattie Lorraine, actresses are at
1 1re's with her daughter Mrs. J. C. juciest steaks to be had and Nsw York had been selected to fill his I the City Hospital in a critical condi- we3Je31ssno.C

Green. Regular members present employ the 'best cooks-,Pznsa- position.A. I I tTon.: The former Is suffering,of a bullet -
were Mrs H. ,jr. Boyer Mrs. Frank) cola. Comes high; but the I No salt yeast or baking powder wound in the left breast and the '
Marston, Mrs. J. C. Green. Mrs Rlx j steaks come good. It's no wonder Nachman's Representative. required. Makes delicious latter is suffering of gas poison'lng.Both opEn
Robinson Miss ,Alice ,Hone ana: Mrs' sell so many-when a f 'flap Jacks Muffins and Gems. say they were disgusted with )di Jajjaa: qiqxa! jojSB
we. A. Nachman of Montgomery announces '
I I Il urp..ds B 71 papadjuiBJ&
Besgs. the theatrical business and. It is said
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it eats one he always In this issue that he will exhibit TWO POUND PACKAGE their lives. BJ& oq SB panojj ilSB
10c. planned to end
: Sol Cahti & CO. comes back and gets another- his line of ready-to-wear gar l .3oaJlad: aq IHJ& 1)) pugIaa..d
HOSTESS OF BAY PARTY. 50. 60. 75 and 80 cents. Our ments for women of taste at'the Es Cured Consumption. : ...LIa..uaq anal
I Ice Creams are unturpassed. cambia hotel Wednesday
Thurs-I .1&1
Mrs. David Dannhe.fsser was joint day and Friday March 14th Mrs B. W. Evans Clearwater.Kan. jcqj spuesnoqj eqj jo
jfnn told asa nus \
s. The Pure Food Store hostess with, her sisters Mrs Green.I 16th. These style exhibits given by [ ., writes My husband lay sick for -loo jno
hut and Mrs. Lischkoff In giving the Mr. Nachman each season are of Inestimable [ three months. The doctors said he .tIpunu( ilqJ &anal isglJEJJ00

delightful bay party Monday In honorof benefit to the ladies of (IPen- I had quick consumption. We procured
4 Southwest Corner Palalox' and InUadencla .their cousin Jklr. David Erollchstem sacola placing them as it does in direct ROSENAU &GERELDS, a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup ,(JJA3

and his bride mention in The Journal touch with the best artists of and it cured him. That was
Kitchen I
j ; yesterday Kandy Cafe New York and foreign centers. Every The Fancy Grocers, six years ago and since then we have op/Jd
Phones I Jig Their boat left the city at noon and woman Interested in dress and show i I always kept a bottle in the house We

they lanced first at the navy yard. 104 S.Palafox. .Phone 999 us one who isn't, is invited to this Phono 391. Pensacola cannot do without it, For coughs and O'B.L OM

n Then. they, visited the U. S. monitor : grand show of new styles for spring / I colds It has no equaL 25c, SOc and $1.

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A Little House of StreetMerchants Houses, vacant lots and especially HOOTON' J.

. -"i CHEAP We tomes have, fairly the close customers.In from If you$1000 have up. &, WATSON

., the property.
"" and others Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co. '
Six small dwellings one block from considering change of $3150-Gets 12 room '2 story house,

One's Own Palafox on lot. 70x150; renting for $540 I_ location. should see modern conveniences. '
,15000-Gets Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
, per year what we have to offer an elegant home on North Agency

.... $4500.00 on the new street We 11111.$1050For.
contract to 'a nice little home near R.
Is a far more enviable' possession than can now IL .
paying rent fora Shops.26007rModern
, store, office
. ferLiberal palace belong ID to another, '(We'are. in.'position to' of LESLIE E.. BROOKSREAL furnish or building a to suit $> Hill. G'room cottage. East List of f Desirable Property for Sale.Two .

special requirements .
$ your J2750-Big tareain In 5
I lease or sale; lots and cot
land only for
Terms on J or the improvement MONEY" 'TO LOAN IN ANY story brick building, centrally located, just off of Palafox

a RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY immedIate subjectto AMOUNTS street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. .$10.500,00
on lines One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner

LOANED. our approval. Also fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. ..3700.00

Residence Propertythat : have. an ideal site for L. S. BROWN & CO. Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on North

204/ S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. large hoteL Hill.. .., ?. ?... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ...$3,15000

Phone 462.REAL .A. desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with
!la few
a i eces, listed with us. A reasonable ThJessn Building."WE .
all modern conveniences, on the car line West GregoryStreet., lot I
first payment and tmali
the payments thereafter makes you Will Be As SELL LOTS." 80 by 144. .. .. ." ... ...' ... .. .. ....$3.00000North
owner. Ask us for particulars. '
ESTATE half of block r:1. New itTr ; 10 j lots by 137 it 6 inches each:

.a..b auurul location overlooking the bay: only one block from ear

line.. .... .. ?, .. .'... .... .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .... $1,750.00.
30,000 acres wood lands 15 to 25 Good as Palafox. $650Buys '. :.Two'story five room store and dwelling, and one story four room

Pensacola Investment Company miles of Pensacola; cheap for cash dwelling corner .lot. 60x170 near water front.,4000.00

and quick sale; also city property for a five room cottage near R. We have a few well located blocks in the New City Tract that we can

4. H. D'ALEJHBERTE, City Manager.W. sale and rent. We want your real shops; rents $8.00' per month. 'n..1 sell at" from $325.00 to$500.00 per block, any one of which is a bar-

estate to rent or sell on best terms net over 12 per cent. This is a I gain.

H. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary for good service. McDavid-Hyer! Company, I uine bargain. Those having property, desiring to sll same, would find It to thefr

j.E. ST1I1MAN, V-Prej. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES HYIR, Treasurer. $1850 : I advantage to place1 ,same In our hands as we have disposed of. about

T. CRAWIORD315V2 Agents, New York Gets a handsome'six room ,residence' .$$300,000; worth. .In the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan

!I Raet Estate, Loans General Investments. Life Insurance Company. New and modern near car line, U?, ECervantss. I consult us. If you desire nn agent to collect your rents; or want

;; -South Palafox Street. 8 E. Government Street i, fire\ insurance: or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't
Palafox .
215 South Street Pensacola, Florida. $1350-For six room cottage, bath, know .who owns same. consult us.
Pensacola, Fla.
Phone 7CO.
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w--- -- Good rental property -
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Groceries at living prices. Hughes Strains: egg record. 240 per .._ '
;. ana Pn"Y ARCHITECTURE Plans Specificationsand pullet. The farmer's and fancier's No. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone. 686
Jloxcr, on the Square, a call orvUonf '. PHONE 54 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
details !
furnIshes for modern cot. chicken. Eggs for hatching. An all
No 718. tages $5.00. Blue Prints of fine dwellIng fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No.

gi:!, '::1'$100 pounds Country Standard Pork GranulatedEUgotf Chicken drawn to snit the most fastidious' 1.; $2. pens .Nos.: 2. :and 5, $1.50 for 15. Good \Investments For Sale

Chas. W. Howe Bagdad. Fla. Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DePuniak!
tnd Eggs a specialty.
> .14mart2t Springs Fla. References. -anyone in FRESH YARD EGGiS-Re IVed I-
the city.: ; ISmarlm ):
PHONE 718. X and every egg guaranteed; 25 cents
A BARGAIN-Party owning 6000i Timber- Lands
FOR SALE--Grocary store and residence dozen. C. M. Wilson, corner Davis
i acres gooa1! mill timber mills located -. ined., including stock and Homes. and Lloyd streets. Phone 620: DRESSMAKING-Mrs. E. E. Liget has
WANTED on same will.sell.outright,:or an '
HELP opened a first-class
4mar3w dressmaking
etc home good water,
interest practical man with some' fixtures, ; nice ,
shop at her
residence, 238 West Government
noney. Address. "Owner" Pensacola I i iJournal. one whole block under fence. Casa FOR SALE 80 acres good land three :
street would like to
and have
w.\\-mD.--'Adive': man wanted in llmarlOt-i\ only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. .'- miles south of Chipley. Twenty $$200,000.00 deals and up; also farms i jour patronage. ISmarlw*
:Mrs. Z. P. Ryan. P. O Box 614.
to exhibit demonstrate acres ,in cultivation.and.
dib county pure spring and city property. for investment or
line salary $18 W.-\NTED-By young Ge-; 13marlm _ water. Will sell for cash or on t ime virgin !
in.: advertise staple ; : man of experience to take care of I ----.-------- saw mill and turpentine locations, HACK No 1-Always:: ready with good

,v,'r-kn. $3 per day for expenses. No lawn and flowers. Apply M. S., care' FOR SALK-Turpentine location 25 Two cottages on East Romana St. Apply A. Hogeboonv Chipley Fla. pine timber cypress, hardwoods I reliable driver. C. IL Taylor, pro-
.required Honesty and sobrie. timber cut 15 28feb. stock etc. Call on or address
pna JournaL Ilmar2t crops boxes to crops No. 522 and 526; rent for $8 a month farms prietor. I'bone 1236. Hackman's Exchange .
more essential than experience. Na- will. sell entire business
',;otul Co.. 720 Chestnut St., Philadel- POSITION WANTED-By young man good man with Somet money.'. Address ,.4 3,,. of the ridge east of the electric ialty Box 115 DeFunlak.Springs, Fla.

pma Hmar as German correspondent Understands "Florida.," care. Journal.. 144 by 192 feet d ep on East Gar railway !between 7th and 8th streets. CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly;

tjpewritlng and :st stenography. llmarlOt den street.'$14.400
W.\.TED-Lo representative in Address B.. care Journal. Ilmar2t FOR SALE- -Two-story house containing .v**. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. TURNER&AYMARDReal and designs of all kinds. Miss Berth
Pensacola to look after renewals andnrase 5 room cottage and reception hall Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.
smaU-h use eleven rooms, corner lot H5x .
WANTED- rent a FOR SALE-Only 4 young Boar pigs
subscription list of a proml- back and front 'gallery closets house
: with about one acre of good land 120. For information apply 501 W. sired by Duke of. Florida 68923 out .:TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.
.. monthly magazine. on a salary new and In good, condition large lot.
H'i DJ 11
. commission basis. Experience near city. Apply 1 care Journal.- Chase. mar North 8th avenue, between 11th of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore., 58541 Estate and Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
. with 11
All guaranteed registrations and &
... Good FOR SALE-Four room. house with at $1200.
not op. bargain
. i ;-arable but necessary. and 12th street a St
Carl Setterlind Abstract West Government Pensacola
pedegrees. Chipley Company .
with two lots. ,
. i>.inumty for rfght person. Address POSITION A."ITEID-Dy an old. bath at Gouldmg, Idee.
4 Sta. O New York. Apply to L. M. Davis. P. O Box 633. Corner 8th avenue i and 12th street Fla. 26nov.
. uhliaher! Box 59, man. a ,gentleman's place to take; Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec-
. ::4inar. care of and keep in.order.'- 'Sober'an j City. lOmarlm 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and ,TYPEWRITERS-All makes, new and clalty.P. J. H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South

. I industrious. Address A. B. C.. thi! front gallery gas.*. and city water second hand for -sale and rent. Palafox street Orders taken for

: ..I\'E. ENERGETIC YOUNG :MAN office. Smarlw* FOR SALE-A. R. BIngham has a house new. a large,lot $1700. Phone 380. F.'B Bruce 28 E. Government 0. Box I 115. DeFun'ik)[ Springs, Florida tents, awnings camp stools and house

. WANTED-In every town in Florl- good team of mules for sale See. 2mar cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan.
. representative of one of: WANTED-Ever 'one to know that them on hts new float. feb2? Three lots on west side of Reus St.. _._ _.- -- -. --
. as special >
4 i for EGGS for hatching from carefully
. investment The Great New Fox Visible Type-, between DeSoto and Strong $1300irr SHIP CHAfto."DLERS-1IcKlnde: Oert-
:ae largest real estate and hens.
. FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New manted Strictly thoroughbred D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. ing & Co. wholesale and
south. writer has been received F. t'. ship
in the Part or by
orporations at I
. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. 54 1-3 ft on Wefet Romana street. fowls and guarantee a good hatch.
. whole time. Mast be intelligent: ofgood Bruce and is now on'dlsplay at No. 23 M. McMillas. Court Houaa St. improvements for sale at reasonable chandlers! and grocers only' first-class
Apply to A. the foot of Spring( Stock prices. house of kind in Fair
. and furnish references.I' East Governm t.- All interested are I city. prices to all.
. address. t lang ontproperty.-rentitl'g for $13-per month Barred Plymouth!' Rocks White ,Plymouth REAL ESTATE,
. Good contract to right party. Addresa cordially invited. to call and, inspect $4000. ** Rocks and S. C. Brown Leg Fine Invitations;,

.. with stamp. Drawer 36. Jacksonvflls.,1 7mar.. 'ORSALE-Nice' clean old newspapers ? horns; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or RENTS AND LOANS visiting cards tally cards etc. Celia

. Fla. 14mar3t WANTED-Contributions: for the Or. at five cents a bundle.. This{. office 40 ft. by 170 f.*deep on East Ro- $5.00 a hundred for incubator eggs. I M. Robinson representing The Chas.

. I I phans' Home. Money, clothes eat mana St., next to Bass & Co., a good have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.
. WE LEARN you to make mirrors at i Will deliver at LOc We have the following special bargains Smarlm.
Syrup. gal
. ables etc., received. Notify Mrs. Wm. AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for the Investment, 4000. per
. home. Full guaranteed formula $5. Address Plymouth Rock in very desirable real, estate for
lon. Poultry
(Fisher, president or Mrs. N. McK.Oerting Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos
. P. F M. Co., Box 472 Pensacola Fla.! the southeast corner of Farm J. J. 'Pope Prop. a few days only.
. secretary. .4mar from $500.00 up. They cost less than 5 lots on Bristol I live in Pensacola. corner 11th
. Urnarlm* horses to keep up. They can be run Spring and Lee streets;' a splendid Fla. 24feblm SPECIAL BARGAINS. street and 15th avenue In New City
WANTED-The public to know that
. :
. A."TED-\ man to work around the do all kinds of repairingfloat in sand or anywhere a horse can go. building site $2500 2 lots in block 170, New. City 80x137: and will take care of your Piano by

. house and yard. Apply to Mrs. H. we can horse etc. J. Leslie E. Brooks. Board and Rooms.FOR feet on car line ..'.. .. .. .. $400.00 the year at a low figure Retell
building shoeing
506 East Jackson street two story 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads' tune clean out etc. Phone 802. 2
T.Vrght: 100 Jackson corner Bay-
Co. I SALE-One 25-H. P. boiler and "
i :en 13mar G.. Welsh Carriage. 27febKODAKEitS. FOR boiler 8 room and hall house, bath, gas, a delightful den street .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm
portable on wheels RENT-3 furnished for
en'gine; ; and good neighborhood, lot 93 rooms I
if get Kauffmans prices 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New

f \-"TED--ood cleaner and presserat for developing and finishing. Best engine or boiler in running order. I ft. by 150 $3500. renL Apply corner Chase and City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00One
( M Also 2 log carts complete ready for Spring Sts. llmarlw 5-room with bath and
once. No 9 E. Intendencia. and cheap it l In city. orders receive house. Eggs for Hatching
service. For terms apply to Jas., Me
4.e 12marWOTTED:: prompt attention. Romana and 715 N. Baylen street 8 room NEWLY FURNISHED rooms for rent. sewer connection, gas in every room:
.. Palafox Sts. J 20feb. Voy & Co., Cantonenwnt. Fla, story residence. lot 70x125 ft, every Very reason. Apply Carrie M. nice neighborhood! If taken at From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode

. -X good cook. Apply at 23feblm. modern convenience, an ideal home Scott. 20 t W. Romana St. lOmarlw* snce, .. .. .. .. .: .. .. ..$1.450.00 Isalnd Reds and 6- C. Brown Leg.

... once at 701 N Palafox 13mar COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand FOR SALE. My 'property, 416 E. Brained : $5000. OR 6 houses In block 17, West KingTruct horns finest pens in the south, $1 to
Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox FURNISHER UNFURNISHED
St. consisting of four lots 40 renting: $30.00 per mouth. Will $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100;
.. WANTED N Pal- St, Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat Cervantes street be- rooms tor'rent with the privilege of of .'. $2600.00 '
good nurs. 701 : x50 feet; a two story dwelling containing Two lots on lend $2,00000 necessary, also agent for the famous Banta ,Incubators .
_afox ISmar ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran 6 rooms hall ways, bathroom tween Baylen and Spring streets 60x: light housekeeping, at 254 E. Gregory. All of these propositions are bar and Brooders. Prop me a.

teed. Careful attention given ladies closets and pantry. On car line; will 125 a' nice building site, a bargain Phone 557. 9mar2w gains aafi will bo held open for a few card and I will call.* E. L. McFadden
J2000)-13000;) and expenses for local 'Phone 1222. 8feb .
sales World famoushou garments. sell entire property for 300000. EL. : $1300. NICELY FURNISHED front room :cays only Prop.. Myrtle] Grove Poultry Farm, R.
manager. WANTED.-Hauling and transfer Reese. 22feb with or without board 401 W Chase. : Excellent warehouse. location: on F. -D.. No 1, Pensacola Fla.
: hold necessity. Co., work. Office phone 363: residence Three lots on "strong ,street be- 6mar2w ; railroad track very cheap: 7marlm*

factory N., Wellsville. N. Y. 11.18 phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. JUST RECEIVEI>-Large shipment tween 10th and 11th avenues. Thi : Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. ..-

SAW FILER for '20m capacity circular Tarragona St Kmv. Imported. Olive Oil. Retail by pint property I is very cheap at $650. WANTED--A few. boarders! at 212 W. Best kind of investments. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New
gallon or larger quantity. Q. Morasso Gregory. New house good neigh- II Property in all parts,of city vacant
mill, who can also look after Ths Mercnants TransfetCo. :tick furnished if desired. All done
and ke<'1 p up engines and machinery.Have WANTED. wants-your moving and hauling & Co., ship chandlers ana' grocers. 701 'Money at the lowest market rateson : borhood and on car lln". 16feblm* or improved wanted and for sale. In good order on short notice. Leave'

automatic gummer and filing All breakage guaranteed. T. B Tuor- South Palafox. 4oct Improved. or vacant., .city property. i NICE: FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. 30 S. Palafox St. orders at Green &. : Watson. Phone
Phone 234.SPLCILL .
ma<'am<'rj, Give reference and state sen. Prop Phone 978. ISJunelm FOR; SALE Large horses and mules, >NORTH-- BAYLEN I Newly furnished clean and nice I 193. ?mar
ages expected. Address J. M. Russ for turpentine opera tors and log men. 10 LOTS ON. i near postofllce. Apply at 128& E. _

Lumber Co., Collins.. Miss.\ 10mar3t WANTED-To buy pld gold and silver We guarantee satisfaction. Address STREET, A. SPLENDID INVEST t Government street. )Irs. B. M. Trainer I II MRS H S. CHUNN will receive pupils -
stuff regardless of This .Is.easily worth .
broken property
up MENT.
Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb, man BARGAINS in shorthand at her
W.\'rfED-Ten experienced saw mill sizes. Cash paid. Llgfltman & Klein, Chipley. Fla. 23feblm. 250000.. .. .. .. .. ... ,....20CO 17janlm. 321 N. Barcelona St., Terms residence,
Apply Wright.
106 E.
FOR A FEW month in advance.
fooi, Thiesen bulldlneNTED FOR S VLB-Barred Plymouth Rock 5 room and hall cottage out houses, at this office. They are all clean 4mchlmo.
WANTED-To loan money on your cockered! ready for yard $1.50 'to fruit trees' and 1 large garden( sPOt. 6 and nice. BE SOLD AT ONCE.
W\ -A man to run a steamshovel. and ef- STATIONAND
Jewelry personal
'. watches $3; ; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs. lots go with house. on Southwest' cor- Large two story dwelling on a de- RETURN-The launch Le-'
1 Apply Southern Brick Yard fects. Highest cash price for old gold Uzzif B Hughes Chipley. Tla.14feblir ner G..and Wagn streets; one of the ; srable: corner on North Palafox St., Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 .
Brent Fla. Smarlw Lightman & Klein 106 E LOST I a.
and silver. ,- highest points in the city! $1000. on electric car line.$630& m. daily. Fare rouna' trip 23; cents.

3 \\TED-First class la 'Y stenographer wright. Phone 1127. FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprov FOR RENT. coil with in New two story dwelling southwest I Special rates to parties. Pavilion

. Address in own handwriting WANTED.-A, R. Bingham wants .ed property in all parts.of the BROOCH-Round opal corner of Palafox and DeSoto street, phone 65. C. H. Burton, Manager
*tth I3aylenSt. .. .. ..... ..$375! center Lost bstween Masonic Tern .
references Office Work CareJournal. your moving and hauling. He guarantees & Co Real 715 N. with lot 75 by 155 feet. .. $6000'Desirable nnchl.lmt3IAT1'RESSES.Tholesale
J J. A. WiUon Estate Agents i .
4mch. all breakage.) Phone 630: Phone 506 N.'9th avenue.. .. .. .... 20.00( pie and' Progress Club. Reward for corner building' lot on, J
. Room 7, Salisbury building. marl 4 3t*
' St---------- 20.00( return to 20 W. Gregory I
514 N. Hajne 125 feet $42501
North Hill. 150 feet by
4 WANTED-You to ,call at "U. ext" 172. ;. : 23jaa %13.S.1Daylen.. .. ..... 1750 LOST-.i-WatcheharrflraIsed letter Mon For particularsapply to I I| manufacturers and dealers anJ retail 'la-;

J Money to Loan. Barber Shop at 109 Government St., FOR SALE-One fine extension table! Three cottages at Flsherville. one at 'one'side and engraved J on other HOOTON & WATSON, I cotton, moss and E & C. mattresses!

and get a haIr cut shave and shine and six fine dining chairs cheap. .1000.. and two at $15.00 each. side; with ,six set In M Leading Real Estate and Insurance I and brij prings. Second hand furniture -

,. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borr. for 25c. 9marlw Address P* O. Box 393 j .". 25feD: 625 W. Romana St .. .. ......$10.00( Liberal. reward. for return 4o this office Agents. j bought and sold Upholsteringand

t .. and 721 W; Main. .. .- .*;*. .- 12.50 ,.' 14mar2t repairing! done. Old
money from Jno. A. Hall & I will tune and repair jour piano _ _:_ 7mar1 w, mattresses
co. it. E. Government street. When organ as, cheap as anyone; guarantee FOR SAL"5 room cottages, city water '; Collection of rents a specialty. WST-A -shaped gold pin with arow' renovated; new ticks furnished if dx-

)- in need call on us. 9feblm best and neatest work. Prompt gas and free mail delivery, on around design. Opal sired. 111 E. Belmont, St.. city.
attention and satisfaction. Phone 80 easy' terms; corner 8 ave. and 12th of pearls FOR RENTFOR nione 771. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Da-
MONEY LOANED, on all kinds of per- Hill., G. center. please return to 21West" via 11
j 12 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm St East E.- Brett llmarlw gr. INOTICEI
for reward.l3rnntrdt
-onal pioperty on short notice. Jackson -- ---.-
Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co, 2 W. WANTED-We want your orders for FOR SALE.-10 room house corner THE FISHER RENT-Furnished or unfurnished offer my services as snr-

Romano. Phone 1165._ifeb 1907 Art Calendars Over 300 'original !- .lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x LOST-A. neart-shaped key ring. 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near veyor locating homesteads for (he

MONEY TO LOAN.-Onsreal estate designs to select from Allprices. 192 on car line. For particulars: inquire Suitable revfard for return to Journal car line, facing water. Apply P. O I people of western counties of Florida..

other or Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. of Standard Clothing Co. 29JaaFRDSH lOmar. Box 364. City ISmarlm* Address W. J. Stephens Sr., Lock-
sufficient security by appqg !)- 16feb. office. : 1 1FOR ; hart, Ala. ISfeblm.

S to Thos Pebley, cor. Palafox and GARDEN SEEDS-All kind REAL ESTATE AGENCY, RCNT-N P.cnana: up stairs. 17nov-ax. WA1\7ED.-The public to know that of strictly fresh farm and garden St. $SOO month.j|I C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher
HOTELS.THE Jordan per
West I
MONEY TO LEND-On good real es- old newspapers can be bought at seeds at reasonable prices.! Also Wilson & Co. real estate and shop and grocery store corner Davis -,
for five cents a bundle. Theyare and nut trees. Banks J. A. ..
ute this office fruit BrosChipley. and Brainard Sts. Your patronage
security or on good Government St.
collateral: 22% Wl
87. rental agents
st lowest rates. Leslie E.. Brooks.i all clean and nice.WANTED.ElectrIe Fla. 25teblm'FORSALE3 c Phone BROWN HOUSE-Airy room; UmarFOR solicited. Satisfaction guaran-
Fisher building. 21Jan work of eh kInd.Let good beds Free baths and sample teed. Phone 915. Imarlm"
acres land: on Town
hONEy LOANED on all kinds of personal us clean your fans. repair sour l'ointoppOsIte city,near marine ways. room.- $2 per .Special R. JJrown.attentionto Prop, RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room :, WATTS AND COLES Contractors

property on short notice.i i dynamo. da your wiring etc. Parna $300 cash: deep water frontage. Ad:. 206 South Palafox Street. traveling Fla. ISmarlza cottage at 318 Weat Belmont St Apply and builders. Estimates on all kin,!'
Term3 570. Pengacula! Electric Co.. 235 S. DeFnniak. Springs, of and repair work. Satisfaction .
easy. J. W. Ballard upstairsS dress Land. care JournaL lOfeoFOR to Walter: Ingrabam at Star Laun- building
South Palafox Baylca. CHIPLEY 23 Jan guranteed. Phone: 120S. offlc ,
S1.. Phone 1144. SALE-McMillan & Turton have CENTRAL HOTEL, -Opdepot dry. '
CLOTHING WANTED 'and well 208 N. Reas 28feblm*
anoyVNUdITjij SECOND HAND Large lighted
Just received a .carload ot fine Ten-
: -Hishtst price paid' for gent's horses and mules which STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE rooms. Free sample room. ;Meals at FOR RENT.-Elegant .two story store
amount or money to loan nassee may CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.:
OB all: clothing only. Sell second\ hand !feoods Pou's all hours. Special attention to trar- room in new Star Lauudry building!
kinds stable Intendenci
of personal property. be seen at oa Floats built to order. Horse shoeing
PEtlal: rates to business men on large Dress suits for rent. No. E.Intendencia street q lima STEAMER. CAPT. FRITZ J. M. eliff 'men. $2.00 per day. J. M, Tug- E Garden street Laundry.Apply Walker 22dec.Ingrabam a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage

Ica5. The New York Loan Co., 204 HBusiness WANTED.-All kinds of electrical FOR s.\LE-40 acre farm. 10 acres in Rogers, master. Passengers apd gle. Prop. ISmarlmCHIPLEY ... Star ________ Co. 27feh.
South work. I sell all kinds of electrical HOTEL Carl Setterhnd, AR: :BINGHAM'raC0 room for
between Pensacola
pecans; mlles soutir of Chtpley pn B. Freight service
batteries anj other electrical supplies. & St A. R. R also 120 acres '20 Special attention to commercial rent suitable for furniture or other '
C Prop.
At Baylen '
; Fla. street
When you need me ring 345 or 955. and Freeport, ,Free sample and bathrooms. 104 and 106. South Tarragona
build- acres Improved 2% miles frojn town Tourists travelers. goods, Safes! Safes! Safes!
Opportunity E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry wharf. Wednesdays. and with Phone 620 JOnov -
rooms good beds. St
Address J. B. Hogeboom. Aycotk, Fla. 1 Large
IS&ec. .
E. Garden. to see places of Interest
Ing. others desiring ISmarlp
Smarlra $2 per dare Dicbold Safes!
FLoRIDA OPPORTUNITIES-if in A."TED.-Real" Estate for .sale or on Choctawhatchie Bay and Santa Buy
Your business FOR VLB1 -Registered Berkshire and I Sound should make this trip. BAY tTIL-Open.; night and day.
Crested I in the rent lease or exchange. Rosa
great opportunities
fU I ne Peninsular State," send 10 cnU respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished* Speciaj rates for parties of ten or EnroDan plan. Rooms light and Old newspapers for Scarritt Moreno,
W. Government also f'ullblool ch:ckens and eggs rates or:: other information -clean. Transient 'tradesolicited..
our 'Magazine Real Estate Age t. 22% game more. For
jor of Opportunities I
t''t.'ar.. Jacksonville Development street Room 7. Salisbury all at reasonable prices. Dr. J. 8. apply on board address. P. O I S15- 19 .s:, Palafox.. Jaa. 8.' Nicolan sale at this--:office Agentj

(.-". Jacksonville: Fla. 13mar3t building. Phone 172. 23jan McGeachey, Chipley Fla. Smtrlm Box. 6D2, Pensacola. Fla. Prop.

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.yh beer, no matter by whom brewed, is clean: pure and Science'and experience'have proved that good beer MUST contain .

two essential ingredients-HOPS and BARLEY, and'for pale beer

t These 'primary conditions prevail in nearly all, breweries. a small percentage: of 1196. ?

Many pure, clean beers, however, are not good beers. .' But 'h is much ,cheaper ,to" use Corn-Grits as a substitute for

r tt Barley-Malt. '

00000 : This is why some ,of the l large brewers use Corn-it costs 1 less. FC

s Clean, pure beer may be made from almost any cereal-and may. 0 o 0 0 oWe
n use those materials i which are recognized in the science of ,
be aged and sterilized, but it will not necessarily be good beer. -
t. brewing as the essential elements for a really healthful/palatable, honest

CORN OR OTHER CHEAP MATERIALS WILL. NOT and: superior? beer; and of'these only the very best, regardless of COst. rErat

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cleanliness and freedom from germs. '. ;. 0 0 o 0 0 .
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: r capacity 600,000 exceeding any two. t

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2 -VVOOI) McMillan 'L Bros. 'Co. ,yesterday on' this side. As a resultof _i ''bi'Mi
I the better cables our markets opened I 60
SHIPPING 'NEWS REAl ESTATE L somewhat. ":stronger at about, unchanged COca
Millions of Dollars Back :
kinds that you,want Quotations and a small atf-II There Are
r vance'was;scored in' prices 'but there
: ,r was no evidence of any support whatever .I
OAK AND PINE Cleared. I and prices soon sagged again
Angelo Casanova' Ital -bk 1069 for TRANSfERS A great majority of the trade have always of Every Policy in, The Equitable. Gl
Genoa with 44,000 s ft sawn timber 'believed that futures could not I t r
cheaper than 637.000 s ft lumber. l
you can buy --- decline if there was a good demandfor .
t t i t It anywhere.. Any size you Helena Am sch Godwin 504, for I the actual stuff but such beliefs Better consider the question of life insurance today.
want. New York with 525,000 s ft lumber. Is the dee4s'IC'corded : MOBILE. ALABAMA. ought to b.3.shattered now. Tomorrow never comesKnowlesBros.
Following a list of
E. Peck, for
Lizzie Dennhon 452 There was nothing to brag about in
New York with 400,000 s ft lumbar yesterday report 'by: The the',weather which while not dis- Gen'' HI I
E.i:: C. SEWELL map Insurance, Agts
Sailed. Pensacola Abstract C?: MARKETSI couraging in its report of the weather .
tk Dora, Br ss, for St. Paul de Loando. J. F. Rigby to McMillan, Mill Co. over the belt yesterday and today, Fire, Life. Pensacola
P/IOMQ I 674.Oottaroll. VESSELS :rj 'CRT. right of way for ditch 'through"E ot had a storm drawn on it which looked
.t.rti .. :Stean'shlp.. SEVi of Sec. 9T. 5 N. R. 82 W.; also i I I Naval Store i capabia of doing all sorts of thingsto

---4r -- '- Dorothy Br ss, Whjte 1546, Mobile use Jas.of F.pond Benson$ Mrs. Annie Crause l I I stores Ga.closed, 13. a The$ follows naval: 1. Strike the'it cotton but even belt the when fear it of should bad ... .....""" ""' '''''.. ..o..t...........;
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r ; Saltmarsh to Gulf Transit Rogers Co.lolanthe. lot fronting SO ft. on Griswold St. by t I iWW .. .. .. .. ..'.. .. .. ..620' weather did not have any tonic effect PF3N9gGOL:
p4 FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. 2319 Liverpool 1'22' ft. on "M" St. on Si -corner of:[WO.. .. .. .. ... .. ........6 10' upon the bulls if there ars any left Works e
S Pensstcola, Fla. Vincent to. Gulf Br ss Transit. Hodgson Co. 1943. St. block 24, West King Tract $750.. j IN I| .. .. .. .. '.. .' *.. .. .. ..5 90 in the market. : Iron and Supply Co. : D,
O. E. McReynolds to J. Emmett:: M..5 45 We-,are'.approaching the publicationof a
\ i Vincent.Weardale Br ss, Lornier 1749 St Wolfe, lots 16 and 17 block 160 Clapp'I K.. .... ..._ .,;.: '.... .. ...5 20 the Census"Bureau which will give : Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS + W
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{ Ships. Tract Sec 26. T. 2 S. R,30 W. ,. Jl,and its final ginning figures and the impression FORCINGS : W
r Iv:! I '' I. is that the raport will -be unduestionably f REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. attention 'given to all orders J '\\',

I Orpheus Aust ship-..* ;Medanic Tries other Lee considerations.Daniell to A. Maura, lots 1, 2.I I G.. ........ .. .. .. .. .........4 15iF ; bullish but the bears .. day or night. Agents for, James McKay & Go's celebrated Log and ai:
: TEN CENTCOLLARS ,I :3 and 4, block 213. New city, $100. I I .. .. .. ..7. ... 'j .... ... .4 10 feel equally' confident that this feature Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123 Resl tt (
Oar< 1 Gurli, Ras bk.. Blo berg. 702 Bar. lots Thos.12 and Newell 13, block to Mrs 119 Annie, East Keel King, D.. .... .. ..... .. ....... ..4 '10 efforts to stretch the belief has had a ...........4....4....e. +.+4..!....................:!. ww

bsaoes to.Pensacola Lumber Co. Tract BMmont Numbering $750. '. C .. '.. .... .. .. ...... ..4, 10 temporary ,effect upon the market at ___ _-- u _- '
Pedro Lacave, Span. bk, Maristang, 1 i least to' the extent of unsettling + +++. + N *. $. +* wpI
C j 0 Pensacola Investment ,Co. to G. Band G.. .. .. .. .. .. ............4 10
n i 509, Savannah to fix :\1. Robinson. prices.. The ,general belief seems to
i W G. E. Hendrix lots 14 to 18, inclusive I Spirits Turpentine 70 cents.
i Precursore. Ital bk. Schiaffino 1508 I be that if the report does not show
Genoa to, Rosasco Bros. and W. 30 ft. of lot 13. block than bales to have 1 1c.H
more 10.500.000
112, New City, $500 and other consid- AUSLEY & CO/S REPORTS LAUSLEY 6 COMPANY !
rk T, The man who is skeptical : hampton Scillm. to Ital Rosasco bk. Zeno Bros., 1220 South. erations.C. I.I' Liverpool! COtton Market. been bullish ginned and it will will have probably t-bi be effect called of ,

I I Dowd to A. J,, Anderson lot IS, floss, s ..
Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272 Jan.-Feb. bringing the public back into the market ,
about a ten cent collar Antwerp. block 34. 19 Arpent Tract $1. :j I Feb.:-Mer:::::::::::::::::.::::.::::::::::::::6(3Mu again. : 71

4 Schoonrs. E. T. Merchant to trustees.of First <-AprU._............;..........._.... 502 The final Indian,government report COMMISSION BROKERS, |i P
1 + should see those we are Baptist church of Brent Fla, 1 acre. .............. .. |
r Lizzie R Demison A'm ech. Peck .A.pril.M.- ..........,... .., 5MHayJon shows -a crop approximately
452. to master. I. 35 yards by 140 yds. long in the westside *...............?...................J.67 #t8 than 600.0001|l :
., \ selling, for a dime. Theyare Horatio L. Baker. Am sch of lot 2. Vidal.Tract..,sec 35 T.!,June-Jaly........ .......-.......-............IS7J last year. awaiting, H WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. ; b..
t Mohr. I ................ The trade seems'to be still i
IS R. 30 W., $50. ; ;: -ty Angvat ............ 568 .
a 4-ply linen collar 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. : the :toiler3' of the fiel 's. while thed g
Thos. S. Dennison' Am sch, Wade Jr.Henry. lots 21 Bellenger to 25. inclusive to Wm,A block, Blount.Ii-l.1|, .5.63eptember-October bears in the meantime., continue to I i Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago.
h and come In. all the lat. 1329. Baltimore, to'oTder.. Belmont Ociober-NoTMnter ..:............. ......5-47 hammer the market in the hope that | c
Tract. and consid
ailrkentlnu.Deatrlc9. !I $100. other No".mber-December........-....'.... ..-5,5' the'farmers of the south will come to I e
: est styles. Call and see: Am bktn. Casave tgio, 1430 erations. December-January ;....... ............... their rescue''with increased fertilizer ,
Lee Daniell to Lilla Mason, N% of!I I !I COnONSTOCKSGRANPROVISIONSandBOND! ; 1fh
Rctterdam to Pensacola, Lumber Co. IJ"rpooI8p&t..5.,7. : and increased acreage. Strange toSay I j
lot 15 and'W 12% ft. of Iota 16 and 17 ,
1 the bear who-Is far
them-buy one or two- so removdj ti.J 1
S'. and N% of lot IS.block 34 of the,Belmont New York Cotton Market. j from the.cotton fields is ever ready to'l' 1E
The Original. Tract, $100. : \ Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
try them; that's the way Open 'High ''Low Close!:assist I in increasing acreage and gen .i 1
Foley & Co., Chicago originated March..............10 M lOHft: 1028 1C 88 : eral farmer work without consulting, f. .
to find out their value. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung May................1O.6 lU.'B 1041 IQte]1 I the farmer. Every farmer should re-j: Reference: First National and Peoples Baafc Phone 1173 *
remedy and on account of the great July............... 10.57 10W! 10.45 1/1./ I member! that: every additional acre I .
x Something extra fine in merit and popularity of Folej'a Nick's Buffet .and Aug................1052: 10.59 1050 10:;. B planted this-season will only help the, .......................... ...........................
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Honey and Tar many -imitations are I October: MjBJ IJli 1004 ia bears just that much in beating down,
.E Shirts at one dollar. offered for the genuine:, These worth ; December..........loll .10.17'' 10.08 10.17 j 1 tShrank fcti
'kZ less imitations ,have similar sounding Restaurant New York SpotCH tic
Orctor Your
.. New Orleans I
,nanru* Beware of them. The gnume
Out of town orders 'solicited.' Folcy'o Honey and Tar is In a jei. I is the only: i1&egrpf Ito Open Wheat.,High Low Close ICE COAL and WOOD b
low package. Ask for It and refuse
substitute.' It Is the best I Kind In Peueacolv I*.fact May_ ....rt\i !<*> 76 i 7 d from theConsumers'
any remedyfor -
It !la ......... 77
July -.78 Ts\! 77i
'I !. Fuel
coughs and colds W. A. D'Alem- 1"I i" ArclayA Ice and Company. 4
Y .k bert druggist and apothecary. I i A.
I + Corner CbBe Phone
OOc-- and Tarragona
Corn. A
!A Pridtto 'J/ .;." Low I
;. Open High Close
H. 0. ANSON I .. May...........43 .3 ...${ 42Joly _. -
EXCURSION THURSDAYThe _. ,.....43 4314 &K 4:" Ourttr: --- ---- -- ---
;Pensacola. of his entire but with the
SluARROW1 the price crop. the bear for the present
Ausley & Co' 'Daily Cotton Letter spot demand we has: rather
Already the new crop Is being traded present
1 CASH CLOTHIER. Young People Society of First Larger dUel cannot ,;New York Mar. 13.-Liverpool was buy on the breaks than sell on the
t Presbyterian church in at a price that will net them
will give
an ex this
boast of a better equipped better' than was expected morn bulges.
cursion Thursday on the bay to pointsof place. The a.rrlce is the ing cables reporting spots reduced 4 I about 9J!: cents at home next October .
IS Cents sash 2 for 25 CeatoCUIETT.
+ Corner Palafoz and Main Interest and to Milton on' the ,best;that can b e. htd. points on sales of 10,000 bales while PEABODY a CO. The speculative situation for the Stops itching instantly.! Cures piles) Cfi4,
ence Witherbee leaving wharf contracts were down 4 to 6 points. .Jt 6'I"Ctuett ni IfoMrr ftorU. moment does not look sufficiently encouraging eczema, salt rheum tetter itch hives ,
hr : I o'clock a. m. Fare round trip FloJ"-j Nick Apostlet..Propt'r The English market wee due about, to warrant the return of herpes scabies-Doan's Ointment. AL 11
iift Refreshments on board. + 8,,points lower to meet the decline, of full confidence either for the bull orj I any drug store. ,:'


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