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 15, 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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I-The Circulation February Averge Jour Dally nays was for 5805, ;. be It1ti'I'I If nna I I The Circulation Average January Journal's Dally Was for 5805 : t

THE WEATHER: Ram, followed by fair and much colder Thursday# Friday fair; fresh possibly brisk northwest winds. ..




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Co/itfOi'srsy/ Over Measure Occupied H.1 Marshal ugh Says WickliffesWill Regarding Slaughter of Women I[ I
'ASS'T. SECRETARY E Terrible Terry Almost Out at End

Time of Upper Branch forSeveral *: OF THE NAVY WILL ADMIRAL EVANS
Be Followed Until and Children in Battle
ATTwentyEight of
VISIT PENSACOLA. -,( of Six Round Contest in

I Hours *
Yesterday. Captured. r SEAto Mount
By Associated Press. ;e Dajo. Philadelphia.

Washington, Mar. H-\ssist-? CHOOSES THE .
# ant Secretary of the Navy New-,

Gayner Y Contended Railroads Had i'> berry left for New Orleans today ft TROUBLE WITH CHEROKEE INDIANS Have SAYS THEY WERE KILLED IN
to inspect the naval station #i Every Seat in Building Occupied
Hand in Framing Bill. there. From New Orleans i HAS BEEN EXAGGERATED Drowned in Wreck of Str. FIGHT BECAUSE ACTUALLY IN I

he will take the cruiser A? -FIFTEEN FULL BLOODED THE WORKS WHEN ASSAULT PLACEFleet When Men Came Together.GREAT .
Scorpion to visit successively British King.
fORAKER.LODGE AND DOLLIVER West and Charleston returning rae
by rail from the last named -
Will This Year Have
sol #< !CCICfC.Cfi"fCL"f' $ 'H'I- K.'er CCW Associated Press. By Associated Press. HIGH AS FIFTY DOLLARS EACH
I. Marshal
Vinita. Tow Mar 14- Washington Mar' 14.-A cablegramfrom -BOUT LIMITED TO SIX'

AS TO BE ACCEPTABLE-AP. from Darrough Spavinaw reached, and here said this reports afternoon of SURVIVORS BEACH BOSTON -Ing criticism General of Leonard the recent Wood battle regard at Near Guantanamo.Admiral ROUNDS AND NO DECISION ALLOWED t

PROPRIATION BILL IN HOUSE.: CROOM CASE TO the trouble 'WIth the Cherokee Indians ON LEYLAND LINE STEAM Mount Dajo with corresponaience on '

had been exaggerated. I I the subject with the president and UNDER THE LAW. .

Darrough arrested fifteen full 'SHIP. !Secretary Taft was made public, to Evans bus at last notified
By Associated Press blooded Indians on the charge of bar & the department of the point where tae 1
Washington, Mar. 14.-The railroadrate Coring and assisting the Wickliffe cablegram was in reply to North Atlantic fleet will have Its tar By Associated Press,

U. S. boys. Associated a message sent him by Secretary get practice this year. The place selected ; .
bill reached a controversal stageD SUPREME .I These prisoners were brought"here By Press- Philadelphia Mar. 14-Not in th3
Taft who called attention to the alleged by him is Manzinlllo bay about!
Boston, Mare 14-The Phoenix line history of pugilism in this
the senate to-day and occupied several late to-day and lodgeo1 In the federal : "wanton slaughter" of Moros i 150 miles from Guantanamo, where' city has

hours. Senator Rayner was the Jail.' steamer British King from Antwerpto Wood ,replied, denying wanton the vessels have been for some weeks.I'there been so great a demand for

chief speaker, and Messrs. Foraker, 'The Wickliffes had not been encountered New York, foundered at sea last slaughter and said a considerable I' About a week or ten days since The II seats as at to-night's meeting between"Battling"

ledge and Dolliver were arosetf by COURT I Spavinaw when early Marshal this morning Darroughleft Sunday. Twenty-eight of the fiftysixmen number of 'Women and children were: Journal obtained Information which,I Nelson and Terry McGoem. >.
board known tohave[ killed in the fight because they were at the time had every indication of
are been Seats sold
as high fifty dollars -
tii remarks Mr. Darrough saM that while the ats
actually in the works when the assault being correct, that the fleet would I
Foraker and Lodge both took ex Indians were favorably disposed. 'toward was made. The Moro women I probably come to Pensacola for the each and there was not a vacant; !

itpuon -Rajner'a contention that -- I the Wickliffes, there was no The first news of the disaster was wore trousers and the children were spring practice. At least the out I I I seat in the building when the first,

the railroads interfered in the fram i danger of an uprising. brought here, to-day by the Leyland Use as shields. look was very bright but it developed preliminary bout wag calletf.
ins of the bill and Mr Foraker ex- "Jim Crow" Law Has Been Appealed -i A battle is expected with the liner Bostonian. Wood's answer appears to show a few days afterwards that the vessels -I The men were to fight at 133

-sed dissatisfaction that railroads i Wickllffes before they are captured that the unfortunate loss of life was would and this pounds, and of the gate the
pre Darrough said they would be followed The disaster was ,caused jy oil bar not come here is receipts
were represented on the floor of the to Highest Court and Will until taken. rels and other, wreckage thich had wholly unavoidable: borne out by the following, taken club received one quarter McGo\ern'
senate B sWILL from the New York Herald of March thirty per cent and Nelson forty-fiva

Mr Dolli\er expressed displeasurewith Be Heard April 17.Pensacola's been wasbed'over board, being 13: per cent, win or lose.
the plea for amendments and DEfEND thrown! against th hull by the waves IN "Rear Admiral Evans has decided Nelson was a slight favorite, but

said: the help of such friends as Rajcer -. until an opening 'was made through that the Atlantic fleet shall hold its McGovern's friends did not hesitate
could be well dispense' with NAVAL SERVICESurgeon spring target practice in Manzanillo tc back their man. The bout was
"Jim Crow" law. which which the water ,toured I
Mr Knox expressed the opinionThaT CAPT. CEVOSSE Bay about 150 miles west of Guantanamo. limited to six rounds and under the
has -far stood the test in every
The Bostonian brought only sevea law
the bill would be unconstitutional The bay is a deep Inden- no decision was allowed to be-
withouT the.provision for a review of now court been to which appealed it has by been the negroes taken has to teen{(If the survivers. Eleven others J. B Dennis has been ,detaChed tation in the: coast and large enoughto given. Nevertheless, the result show.
th. Interstate Commerce Commis- known have and ed that it was Nelson's fight.
to were
are escape from the Naval Hospital at afford comparatively smooth water -
court in the land, the Unit
the highest
bion. findings by the court. JUDGE LANDRUM TO GO TO SAN the German 1 tank' steamer for the while the I The fighting began at ten forty
ed States Supreme Court, and it will picked up by ; Pensacola and ordered to the Naval fleet range Is
>The first round
senator Tillman repeated his ob- bound from Hamburgto Proving Grounds, Indian Head Maryland sufficient to insure safety: for outsIders was marked by re-
be heard on April 17. FRANCISCO TO Mannheim
)f''!twos 1 to the bill but declared the ." paLed clinches, and at the end of
-d'' could be so amended as to be ac It was not known that the case had COURT MARTIAL. New York. The surf Ivors say I this round 'both men were roundly
ceptabla. been appealed from tie decision of there 4s little doubt that the twenty Surgeon F. L. Benton, detached from I i I >hissed as they went to their corners.
the Florida Supreme' Court until yesterday the Naval Hospital Brooklyn, has been i McGovern for
-- eight who are misting perished MUCH COLDER was warned holding.
when Marshal Schad was servo ordered to the Naval Hospital at Pen- I The
GENERAL DEBATE ONA''PROPRiATION Captain O'Hagan of tie British second round showed more
BILL ed with a subpoena to be present in Judge J. R. Landrum of this city, King was rescued by the Bostonian, I sacola. :clinching and no decisive blows on

Washington the.'above date. This has' been Captain Chas but died later from his '.iri. '.iries. The Gunner H. Webb hag been detached AND RAIN TODAYWEATHER either side.

Washington' Mar 14.-The second was turned over to City Attorney R. Cevosse, U. S. V,,.to defend him rescue -was .made' with life greatest fronuthe,Lancaster: and ordered tp A few blows were exchanged in the
'Ay' of general debate on the legislative Jones. .It. is not likely that the mar before a court martial, which has Men peril. duty at the Pensacola navy yard-- I thirdround! and the clinching wag

appropriation developed limited shal will have to go to Washington, ordered convened in San Francisco on continued.
discussion in the Houso todaon the neither will the, city attorney, as the April 15. 'Ibis date has been .set by CONDITIONS WILL BE > The fourth round was the. first in'
the department, and -Judge Lan WHISKEY LOBBY FEDERATION OFPRESBYTERIANS I which there real
retirement of agm; clerks interspers case will probably be submitted on war ANYTHING BUT- AGREEABLE' was any fighting.
*>d with speeches on statehood bIr.. briefs. drum will leave here several days in t Nelson seemed to be growing stronger -
Babcock \\isconsin; on restrictionof advance in order to make the long TAX DURING THE DAY. and McGovern was weakening.In .
of trip and have time to consult I with his the fifth Mcuovern sent three
Immigration *>y Mr Gardner,
Massachusetts. and the presentation LIQUOR CASE IN client before the trial begins. lefts to the face, but the blows seernof .

b\ Mr C rrett. of Tennessee, of rea Captain Cevosse, who has been serving -- From the forecast received last to have no effect on Nelson. Nelson .
in the Phi}ppines. is charged with By Associated Press from sent a ternffc right to lcGov.ern's -
sent why jurisdiction of the Federal CRIMINAL COURTCASE By Associated: Press night Washington today will bea
courts should be restricted in certain having killed a Filipino at Cavite for Frankfort Ky, Mar. 14-The extra Charlotte. N C.. Mar. 14-The committee most disagreeable one. so far as jaw on the break from a clinch]
cases. which he is to be tried by court mar. session of the legislature, calledby on Federation of the Presbyterian I weather conditions are concerned. The and Me Govern seemed wobbly. They

tial ,Governor Becktoam, convened! to- churches of the United States [prediction is for rain and much colder clinched and as they ,broke the bell

OF W. F. BROWN, OF CEN- day. The governor called the special met here today., The ,meeting was I,weather, which' will be followed Friday rang.
In the sixth final Nel-
GOV. N. B. BRO WARD River Steamer Sunk. session to enact a law assessing a tax organized by, the choice of the same by fair weather. and round
WAS BEFORE COURT son missed a right swing and rushedto
TU.RY, Ocala, Mar. 14.-"The Alligator," a on rectifiers of spirits, which the leg- officers as at the last meetm'g' in I. Yesterday afternoon the following a clinch. McGovern missed a right

ALL OF YESTERDAY.One passenger boat plying between Leetr- islature failed to include in the revenue Pittsftmrg. Dr. J. R. Searles, of New advisory storm warning message was for the wind and sent in an uppercut.

TOBEATDeFUNIAK burg and Silver Springs, struck a snag bill passed at the session which Jersey being moderator. The question received by the local weather office Nelson drove McGovern into a, neutral -

:yesterday just above Heather Island ended last night The governor laid of admitting reporters was settled from Washington: corner and landed two hard blowson

case occupied the attention of Ferry and sank in five feet of water. the defeat of the tax section of the by a provision that they be ad- "A disturbance is moving eastwardover the chin. McGovern was almostout

all of yesterday All the crew and passengers were sawed revenue bill to the alleged whiskey mitted ,but that the reports be censored the gulf states; high northwest when the gong sunatd:: .
HE WILL DELIVER ADDRESS BE- presiding.court and were carried to the Springs in lobby, which, he declared, worked incessantly before being allowed to be made. winds on middle and east gulf coasts
Judge Beggs small boats. defeat that legislation. public. tonight with decided fall in tempera-
ASSEMBLY of W. F Brown, I
merchant of Century, who was
a ------- - --
The minimum temperature here for
with having sold liquor at
charged r the twelve hours preceding' the Issu-
times without a Iicens3. There TORNADO VICTIMS
DAY. ance of the weather map was 64, with
large number of witnesses in
were a
a. maximum of 66. In his summaryof
most of them coming from .
the case, ,
conditions, Observer Reed yesterday -
the vicinity of Century ,and ''Fiomaton, ) 'said By Associated Press ,
Next: Saturday will be Governor'sDa and these were examined at length by YOVa SE OTHATSTMT' ( "An 'offshoot: from the plateau ae Meridian: Mar. 14.-The relief fund r

at th- Florida Chautauqua, and Solicitor Loftln and C. 'M. Jones, the r ACMT( pression has ,reached Louisiana; scat. for the tornado sufferers has reached

i West large gathering from all parts of latter conducting the defense. I It \ AOES CITE Nil= tered rains are still falling from Texas thirty-two thousand dollars. It Is r

Florida is expected. President 'At noon a recess was taken and J UY: to Virginia and snows from Nevada, believed! that at l>ast fifty thousand
Wallaie Bruce was in Pensacola this when court convened in the'afternoon Wyoming and Kansas to the western dollars will be needed for the relief ,

trek in the interest of the occasionand the case was again taken up and all < lake region; snow is also falling in of emergency suffering cases
to a Journal representative he reported It. V
the afternoon spent upon
New York. Pressure has increased
that a great deal of interest Last night the testimony and arguments .
considerably the Dakotas
over where
was being manifested in the program were completed, and the' jury V ) c a strong high pressure area appears ARGUMENTS IN

which hI is arranging for everyone retired, remaining out only a short I Ir N A which is forcing its way southwardand
she visits DeFuniak on that day The when returned a, verdictof
time, they
separating the depression in Utah TRIAL OF PACKERSBy
program for the day will be as fol- not guilty. cME.R
1 la\ i.; from the one over the western gulf
T region. Temperatures have fallen
Governor's q
Cay. t below freezing again In northern Texas Associated
i tvnGR D Press.
10 00 Biblical Hour: Dr. Earl A P
Holtz. DEADLOCK t and range from 16 degrees at Amarillo Chicago, Mar. 14.-District; Attorney

\11'00 to 22 degrees below zero in Morrison occupied the entire day
Marvellous Entertainment
"tireless ALGECIRAS 1 1 North Dakota."Conditions. in argument in the packers trial here
Telegraphy, greatest marT -
are favorable for rain today and will probably speak all of
"of \\m science B clearly demonstrated by .- I,. t"-'r" Tl and colder tonight and Thursday. tomorrow. Attorney W.J, H>'nes will
5 Patty cd Winds along the West Florida coast speak for the packers and the closing
30 Promenade Concert' : Carricoswad By Associated. Press. will be fresh south shifting to north argument will be made by Attorney r
and orchestra. Algeciras. Mar. 14 -The Moroccan\
west. General Moody
3 00 Address: Hon. N, B. Broward, conference has reached'a stage where !r'yt4'4/"' e t 12"r I a
!o\rmor; of Florida Jt Is completely helpless to solve the

; 00 Weird Entertainment: The deadlock and it remains for the governments 1

srt-si Necromancer Joeff recogniz"it themselves to intervene for : .:.-_- -# Two Desperate Prisoners

** the cleverest originator in mag- the purpose of reaching an agreement

di'ti'>I. paraphernalia Inventor! and,manufacturer also a skillful of viatirue all / Escape from Vernon Jail 'Ill-

Miss Alma S. Holtz. piano V
mats' and Miss Ethel Cross in her 'V
IOntterfuI) curtain plastiques. IN HONDURAS V Special to The Journal. | negro .named Wilson held for accessory -

Chipley, Mar. 14-A Sail delivery I to a murder and another negro ,

c rgegie Gifts in Richmond. occurred at Vernon at 3 o'clock this from getting away. The balance of
Richmond Va. Mar. 14.-AndrwCarnegie By Associated Press. the prisoners in the Jail ,were success-
The jailor was awakenedby
who arrived here en route Mobile, Mar 14,-The quarantine morning. I fully held. Sheriff Allen and a posse,
r Hot established the noise made by the prisoners in with blood hounds, are on the trail of
Springs, Va., gave $10,000 to Board has a ,
the escaping, but too late to prevent a the escaping desperadoes:
rairoad Y. M C. A. here and against' Portro Cortez Honduras, on
creased 1 his library offer to the In-j account of a case of yellow fever having -

by 100.000, making it 1200,000. been announced, there. III/ '
Holland Arrested for
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Severe Electrical f Storm Murder of Christmas Family ::1'1 i; ,

Causes Da in Atlantaone /
mage < ; By Associated Press I but It is reported she is wanted onlyas

Dothan, Ala. Walter Holland was a witness.

By Allociated tprec.. hundred telephones on the south arrested to-day charged with the Holland returned to Florida without
side of the city and also rendered useless a requisition.
Ga., Mar 14-There was a I murder of his father-In-law, ;Judge
severe a number of electric cars. The \ Much indignation Is still felt in that
electrical storm here to-day accompanied church fire was extinguished with Christmas, his wife and son, near section, and rewar-ate aggregating two

F.t by heavy rain. Lightning loss of about one thousand dOllars.! FARMER SAM: Til DINGED! IF IT WASN'T FER MY LABOR.: I DON'T KNOW- WHATTHAT SELLER, Campbell, Fla., some weeks ago. thousand dollars have been Offered
La! on fire the tower of the Second The total damage from the stirm willb Mrs. Holland was also arrested, for apprehension of the CUilt1'lrlOD itr
.tt. Church thousand dollars. WOULD DO. V
burned out aeulT several -


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COURT MARTIAL l lT "oIdjoe7fSieflhiIC whiskey ufranico I IB SE8All BEING DRAGGINGdown --ii r

AT T THE N NAVY V \. PIMDCTM C pains are a symptom of the most : serious trouble which can

attack a woman viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally

come irregular, painful scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, veaken-
lug drains, dreadful backache; headache,nervousness, dizziness Irritability

; YARD Yl M. CIA. tired feeling.. Inability to walk. loss of appetite, color and

beauty. The'cure Is

\ II Ring out the old Ring in the new.

::1 ? I Ring out the false Ring in the true. I
zt 4 '. One Man Was Tried Yesterday, Prominent Business Men of the WINEOF CARDUI

: DR. BELL'S and Another Will Be Placedon City are Enjoying ThemselvesWith .

___ Pine Tar Trial Today.A keep the medicine the Indoor Game.
= =HorieyThe
cj; chest supplied with Old Woman's Relief

court martial for the trial of JOC. a fine old whiskey.
The and the true is nature's most natural
new three enlisted men. was convened at guaranteed medicinally The Business! Men's Class, which ;

! JRI4 I.' remedy,,positive improved cure by for science coughs to a colds pleasant and, perntancnt. all the navy yard yesterday morning. pure. good doctors every meets Monday and ,Friday nights In, that marvelous curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, vhlch 'SrE

!i inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial The men are Dawson. Elliott an with Sanchez where recommend it full the Young Men's Christian Associa-\ exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organs.
all of whom charged
( Tubes. The sore, weary, cough-worn Lungs are scandalous conduct to are the destructionof measure-convenient ton ,gymnasium. Is growing rapidly.: Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses, stops drains and stimulates I

F j I \ out exhilirated; the cause; the of microbe-bearing that tickling 13 mucus removed is and cut good morals of the navy. .package. This class Is composed of repres'ntatlve -I the muscles to.pull the womb up Into place. tIt :

k theinflamedrnembranearohealedandsoothed'T4 The trial was behind closed doors. moderate price- "b g b." (business and professional men of I Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints.
b that there is inclination to Dawson was the first to be arraigned sold everywhere .11:
;i so no cough. Atlanta. the city who are following a systematic -
A before the court ana it 'understood
?. #4 : _.t.Lt. Over 4.060.0M bottles Wire wU durtiiTbe ..I.absolute parutcc. that he entered a pIa of guilty to course of training under Mr. Magee -! WHITE US A LETTER, "I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN ..
of merit of '
p .T i strongest evidence the a proprietary I r
r medicine the opinion of the consumer. II ere is the record: the charge against him. i the Association's, phjs'trlal director in strictest confidence, telling. us all In my womb and ovaries,"writes Mrs ,
A.i -: Over Tw.Mi!III.. ksiii 1942. Over Three Mllllos Bonks U INI Elliott will be arraigned this mornIng benefit!
., I and are deriving much_ your troubles. .We will send free advice Naomi Bake,of Webster CrovesMo, Iaot
S j OYer f. Millies Bottle*U IWi. Th1sev1dencetheopInIoa
,. that
.i ".1t 'I of tue consumer regarding the menu of Dr. Boll's for trial, and it is expected' from the exercise and relaxation, to (in plain sealed envelope). Address "and my menses were very painful
Ai iT&Z4.LOflba&COUgh medicine on the market. the case of "Sanchez will be taken up HACK NO. 16 Ladies' Advisory Dept., The and Irregular Since taking
lam 69 yurs old and neverused any _ about Friday. The latter is a witness say nothing of the fun. II : feel like I
Medicine Co. Chatta- a new woman and
rvmcdj. eqosl It(rives to quick l>r. BU'and I permanent PinsTwHoney. |(II| Pig-Look For the Bell on the some.-@ || against the other two men. and Ready at all hours to answer calls divides:After the into regular two teams exercise for the indoor class nooga Chattanooga: Tenn. suffer as I did." do not

relief in grip &a well tut cough &dCold testified jesterafcy. He Is rapresentej !! to any part of city. First class in 1.j;
25 cents. 50 cents and $1.00 Bottles. much like, .
base ball which is
luna playsd
weak -
It make strong.MBS. -- -- -- '
who Fast and gentle horses .
by Judge Landrum. was present every respect f : -"
.1 .M. ilEiCALr Fadacab.K,. Maioladmd E.E.SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO..Padoeak, ;. .... :t : -
y KjC during the trial to protect the and polite drivers. Phone No. 1K;. the regulation! game but with a large (" .-i'r-.. ... "-- J<;:,- -+'g t 'l

: i witness. George K. Faulk. soft ball. a smaller bat and rules I
'f' ; adopted to the floor space. There Is
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The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis plenty of fun when fh's! game begins
ir The Sunny Side of Life Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. 'PIANO OWNERSHIP. -both on" the floc*"ind In the visi MbeDAWoIllaD1eJs

It expels &H cold from the system by With the terms we offer' there's nota tor's gallery. At first some of the

acting as a cathartic on the bowels. family in West Florida and players! were not in perfect form but

Kennedy's Laxative Homey and Tar 1? ern Alabama but that can own a south'l. under the careful training of Coach Depressed ' p. a certain safe and harmless cure for Ten 'dollar,. down and eight Swayne some remarkably good workis s- -

fi (j : colds, croup and whooping cough. month gives< you a Cassell piano being done. At the last game Third :
regularly $350 at the special price of! Baseman Pierpont distinguished': hh! bas frequent headachea"bad ese Of nervez"Iack L1

I : $275. Our stock also comprises the self in i base running. Second Base appetite,IU. lnabllUy,nos n to sleep eomo Well dUe a = : of for nOr
: i Packard. Kraniofc & Bach Lester man Sheppard took in everything that : &i ,

II WESTVILLESpecial II ; Chlckering Clutter and Newton. came ills way, Ferris' ,work, at short Ifs the Liver.
91 CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, was perfect and :Hann h's batting set heSe

\ ; : I Pensacola, the bleachers wild. Cary in center. Don' tin to get to .7 at your tnesu and
a hoWe
field Is expected to make the "All at
M; Lq\ American." Reese Is a little new be.
: to The Journal.
/ hind the bat. but he and Garfield ERBJWE
I 0I Miller
Westville Mar. 14.- May
Jtg J\ il promise to make a,strong batery.
\ yesterday. 107 :
_, returned home
business trip II The next same Is scheduled for Fri ciulckl
Mr. F. Bullock maoe: a =
to Chipley Monday.Mr. day night. The two teams will be announced feel J1ko a new woman alter y .
tg N. T. Jack=on stopped off Monday tomorrow.A 50 Coots. ALLALL taking the &a bottle

night en route from Chipley to Special to The Journal. DRUGGISTS. Wstd

Ponce de Leon to see his mother. (Pollard. Ala. Mar. 14.-Mrs. Fowler Chicago Alderman Owes His Election WMI Opt

Mrs L. E. Bludworth has been very of Flomaton, Ala., arrived Sun. to Chamberlain's Cough t==:
sick this week but is now improving DEALERS.,
day to be the guest of her sister, Remedy."I .
/ slowly. Mrs. W.'H.Kennedy, for a few days.
? of Caryville,
Dr. R. A. Thompson. can heartily and conscientiously
Cftas Walton
left for Texas last
made a 'professional visit to West- recommend! Chamberlain's Cough I:
a' .
.. week, which will be his future home.
: vine jesterday.ilr. Remedy for affections of the throat r::::::::
& :: ; : Charles ,Stanton! sister from M'rs. Alice Hilton left Sunday for and lungs," says Hon. John Shenick. CATARRH
:Texas is on a 'Visit here. Mississippi. She goes to take charge 220'So. Peoria St.. Chicago.:;\ "Two ,
,., ) There of cold In of a hotel, 'but in 'just what town in ; .
4 8.iteR. 'IAt'I1 _are several. cases years agdih'urtng a political campaignI
; Westvilie the state we: did not learn.W. caught ,cold after being overheated,

vtj ; : c..t.-.4Ifetory St..._ .t.. aj// The thirft/ farmers are busy haul. C. Jones arrived home Sunday. whl irrItated my throat and I was FOUL. BREATH

: Jennlo-What did ra say when you told Ji J'IfII!' rs 1'' ing their fertilizer here this week. after a pleasant visit with his fatherat finally.compelled to stop, as I could T

,1 him that we were going to be perfectly Mr. J. E. Murphy returned from Bagdad. Fla, for several days. Mr not speak loud. In my extremity a If You K'hawk and and There is Constant amacjty
.w5 : appy together? I'v' th.- Louisiana Saturday.Mr. Jones's father is principal of the pub friend advised rae to use Chamberlain's Continually Spit ,a

tt.'Jack but-he He didn't raid that bet1ne he It.was Clad to know ,J JIr:4.1 W. T. Jernigan is putting out lic school in Bagdad.Mrs. Cough Remedy.' I took two Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have G.amo.

more lumber for shipment. I. K...Stubtos. of Brewton, Ala., otoses that afternoon and could not Breath That is Catarrh.
:, Mrs. Aakftt-Wbat-ls'your: fad? BelIli sick. spending few days with her senssa""when''I FoulJ Sickening ,
: Grandma very ;A mpCh- believe 'my : found" the
C4 of Mr.not Ttltttt-lly having any wife fads.C eaja. I make a fad' Amoag the sick' at1* present are, er Mrs. M. Lindsayf next moraine the, ,inflamation' had CURED THROUGH THE 'BLOOD BY B. B. B. day.W

i4k ':Mrs.: D'H. Gims.a.nd: daughter.Mr. Rev. H. T., Strout filled his regular largely subsided. 'I took several doses

F Tatum and -wife, 'of' Geneva, appointment at Atmore Sunday. that 4 'passed through here en route home. Rev. :J. R. Curry filled his regular the campaign and I .thank this medicine Is your noce slopped Doyoa snore at night tingling flood otwarna.rioh.pureblooddtrecl \111to''
:1 is to In a that I won, seat in the Coun Ix you sneeze a great deal? Do you have frequent to the paralyzed nerves, mucus membran
F. Flournoy put : my
Mr. J. appointment in Pollard Sunday. Rev,
palm In the Sorehead? Do you have bones and joints, giving warmth 6114
S&f saw' connection with his grist Curry was accompanied by Mrs. Curry cil." This remedy- for sale by all pains across the eyes? Are you losing your atrengtbluat where It:Is neEoded.aad In tillS: H
MJ and .pauline, their charming little druggists., u sense of smell? Is there a dropping In the ; a> perfect. Usdac cure ctcatarru nen:
fe mill.Miss 0 throat? Are you toeing your sense of taste? la all Us forms.
SallieDean made a pleasant daughter, I Are you gradually gettinffdeaf? Do you hear DEAFNESS
vrat; to Westrtlie,:yesterday.Mr. S. B. Coleman. ,.,has. ,taken charge of bulling sounds? Do you bavo ringing In the theM

T'1-i: Julian Cooey made .a business the Martin: Bros. livery stables. S. B. ..COUNT ES'S'"OUlD ears stomach? 'Do? lhe.rfrl'e: with nausea bad taste of the in readydeafor If yon are graduailygrowingdeafoyerea bard of bearing, try liouuia!* Yisi'

trip to Bonifay Monday. can be at' home now much oftenir.We the mouth? Do you have a hacking cough Blood Usim(B. B. B.). l1 & or llord.uJ. at I
H. B. Hickman returned!:: from Boni : notice that another Pollard correspondent Do you cough at night? Do you take coldeasily ness or partial deafness are caused br ea
C Monday night. HAVE THE MONEY ? If so,you cave catarrh. tarrh, and in curing catarrh by B. E, H.
is interested in opr sadly Catarrh Is not only dangerous In this way thousands of men and women bar Sal cityB
Mrs. M. A. (Jackson, of Ponce de neglected ditches| sidewalks and antebellum but It causes ulceratlons,death and decay of their hearing completely restored.
Leon made a pleasant 'visit to herdaughter school house. We I bones,loss of thinking and reasoning power, Botanic Blood Balm(B.B.It.)isplmart
Mrs": L. E. iBludworth of glory in kill ambition and energy,often causes lees and safe to take Thoroughly tested for Bac(
jour spunk 'brother' keep a 'hitting CAP ROURKE ADVANCES NEW; of appetite Indigestion dyspepsia, rawthroatend 30 TTS. Composed of I'nre llotanle In- attaspe
this place.Mis3 reaches to general deblllty.ldlocyend gredl Claud Stanley .is with her 'em.Mr. IDEA FOR USE OF INTERNAL Insanity. It needs attention at once. sure. Dyspepsia. Price SI per lirrc koi*
:Major and Gentlemen of the I Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm tie. Take as directed. If mot cored whf wetpro
4I brother Henry in the depot studying Council.are your business matters so (nBa). It is a quick,radical,permanentCure right quantity Is taken, refuted.
telegraphy.M l IMPROVEMENT FUND. i because It rids the system of the poison Sample Heat Pens by writing Blood Miu 'B
M. Owerw: made a flying trip to great you cannot perform the dutiesof germs that cease catarrh. Blood Balciaa.1i.B.puriflesthe Co..ttlant.Ga. Describe yoartronble,
your office? Turn a new leaf, gentlemen ( blood, doeeveryl7D1Ptom.g1T1ngICrftnth away with and special fre Bed leal adrift ;ja iuit '
DeFuniak jesterday. and devote least to the entire your case, also sent; in sealed letter. Flawe
at a portion I '
% The new schedule- of trains is very of jour time to your offices. If you Capt., John Rourke, of Bagdad, was --0--- .. <
the L. & N.
._ amd Effect. .1'_ gratifjing to us. Hope don't wake up don't be surprised if in the city yesterday and as usual his Ian I
fit to it stay as it is.
;i*i Viiher-Yea. Professor CUnner" giving 4'ot1!: will see let is at hand you are defeated in the next election. ,friends were glad to see him.. Capt:I LegalldverlisemenfsSEWERAGE r
;r r a lecture but you can't go In; you're In. The fishing season near Jno. W. Abbott the Rourke is greatly interested in the H necep
saw mill cf MARIANIMA \
; Jt1 tozJoated! and we hope to be on the war path I I I II
of the state whie'bmakes '
; OrviLle) Jagge-My fren. If I washn't I "GoHy! If I wus cdfllcated I'd certainly soon. ,WOe be unto the finny tribe. Jay. Fla.. spent Tuesday In Pollardon money SYSTEMS.
find where de Is business and pleasure.Mr. upwhat is known as the inter SEALED ro:> but
wouldn't want to go In. would I? out country where c'e! Mr. Grimsley a prominent naval PROPOSALS for he
Fl' chickens lay slcb" big .gga.l .an* I'd certalaly stores man of 9 miles north of here J. B. Xored. an enterprising nal improvement fund and be Is opposed struction of a system of storm,*'': you:

ltrJ go dere. was in town yesterday.Mr. merchant of Jay, Fla., spent Tuesdayin to the expenditure of this money drains and sanitary sewers for ''h* '1'1'
Pollard. for draining the Ever rades. He be. The Journal. of Pensacola Florida will receivedby J
J. F. Flournoy made a business Speclalto b* floe
: :, Funeral of H. D. Pierce. the deceased were present to pay trip: to DeFuniak last week. Rev. J. W. Stewart. superintendent lieves that the money should be ap 'Marianna: Mar. 14.-Messrs. D. A. THE BOARD OF BOND TRl 3-. the

t The funeral of IL D. Pierce. who their last tribute of.Tt spect. Dr. W. J. Lee was badly injured of the Baptist Orphanage at Evergreen portioned to the various counties of Robinson ,and O. C. Moore left Monday TEES, at the City Hall up to tlc
,)tl expired, at his Tiomo on S tol'd:: art's while wrestlemg with Hansley An Ala. accompanied by ten of the the state and used by them for the for the, session of the grand lodge: o'clock noon of the Fifteenth d1ot the

.. II "renu occurred yesterday afternoon : Rhodes Scholar: Dies. drews. orphans, spent Sunday In Pollard. building) of good roads. K. of P,. at Palatka. :April A. D. 1906. Proposals to ot o' not
t The funeral services were conducted Rev. Stewart occuped: the pulpit of dressed to L. Hilton Green, C!iairm-a! :
ratherwarm this
The weather
Mar. H.-A. K. -- --- --- ----- is up ma
London. Read.,

at the Gadsden >Methodist: Many Belgians Drowned. the Baptist church at the mornings Board of, Bond Trustees and encHw('

rh.; church, and the remains placet at. Louisiana, a Rhodes scholar of Christchurch : Antwerp, Mar. 14.-Thirty'one per- Rev. J. R. Curry: the pastor -, way.New ed. "Proposals for constructing S'*w 'J
;; rest in St John cemetery A large Oxford, died yesterday of men sons were drowned' jesterplay owingto called for a voluntary contribn-' Woundsa.nd regalia for the K. O. T. M. arrived Systems," and must be accompan.: Co'aQ
: number of friends and relatives ofr.L Ingitls.OLD last week :and was set up Mon *
high tides overflowing bursting lion the orjjfaanage, and our goad with a certified check for the sum (
III _ day night. The'Tent. Is now ready to
-- dikes on the Scheldt river. citizens were very liberaL The'sum five thousand ($5.00000)). drawn u; B acr
-- --- --- I loafer the "Round Table" degree. ,
of , of
$80.00 was contributed. a National Bank, and made pat at
--tt1c caused The K. of P. have also received new
of kind by
Dottles. sores any the Board of Bond Trustees. set
CONSTANT any kind of accident, cuts, burns, regalia. The work to be done consols: ,>' (\? IPp

PEOPLE SUFFERERS metal Ancient hare bottles been found of glass in many stone partsof and scalds, bruises, sprains, etc., are being Work pushed on>> the new and court Hood is proximately forty-three ((43) n w o''

r DeFUNIAK brick, cast Iron. terra-cotta ana c-a-
Europe, Asia and Africa. Perfume II I 11 best treated by tho immediate application promises to let the lawyers "out law"One Crete sewers and drains, with
IN WINTER bottles of glass bare been discoveredIn of another at the spring term in the 8' to *' an"B
3i :Most old people are great sufferers in Winter. They several appurtenances from tv:
numbers in the new one.
tombs o"
seldom free from ailments of great .0" in diameter. Plans may be sand :.
l are pains or some description, because they are -- excellent
ladles of bottles HAML1NS Mr. J. L. Behymer. our ,
wealthy Egypt. Many '
not able to withstand the of the climate with its The Journal.DeFifciak specifications and blank form!*
t t ,} as severity damp, changing tumblers and other drinking Special to city marshal, contributed, or caused L. H")
vessels either of
1 weather, as are their younger, more vigorous companions. Cold weather hare been from the ruins of Springs'; )Iar. 14-:Monday t., be contributed very liberally: to the proposals be obtained '&.
starts the old aches and pains; they suffer with chilly sensations, cold dug afternoon Hon. Wallace Bruce took fines of the police court on Thursday! ton Green at Pensacola, or at at
Pompeii. The most common bottle of office of the Engineer
extremities poor appetite and digestion, nervousness, sleeplessness and the Chautauqua audence: on a Journey WIZARD 1 last when ne bad twelve "blintf: Consulting right! 11
rg ; other afflictions peculiar to old age. With advancing :years the strength and the ancients however, was of leather, through Scotland for an hour and OIL> tigers" in the cage. One was a white Wilmington Delaware. The bids

: vitality of the system begin to decline. The heart action is weak and irregular the skin of a calf goat or ox being: thirty minutes. The lecture was very : "'oman we are sorry to say. She reserved to reject any or all LE

.r the blood becomes thin and sluggish in its circulation, and often some taker* off the_carcass; with as few cutsas enthusiastically received. ''Perhapsnone I( pleaded guilty and as they all were, L. HILTON GREENChairman .. P>

: old blood taint that has lain dormant in the system for years begins to man possible and made into a receptaclefor during this session of the as- This great, soothing, curative I i I was fined $100 and costs. Mayor Board Bond Trustees.

; ifest itself. A wart or pimple becomes a troublesome sore or ulcer, skin dis. holding water or wine. The largest sembly has been received with; so remedy relieves pain, reduces ,I Walker is not -a bit too severe as that T. CHALKLEY HATTON. Tl
.glass bottle ever blown was made at much deinonstrat'on: of approval At 'Is the onlyway to stop this illicit
J eases break out,or the slight rheumatic pains felt in younger days now cause Swelling and inflammation and Consulting Engineer
): ; sleepless nights and hours of agony. There is no reason why old age should LeIth in Scotland. In 1747-43. Its capacity the close the audience gave th? Chau- heals up all open wounds and I selling.In gaiaroawl: 5'SHERIFF'S
: not be healthy and free from disease if the blood is kept pure and the system was two hogsheads. tauqua salute. At the evening session sores. It is the one perfect modem I I .a few days another section of 100
4 and this be with Prof. E. B. Swift took a large post office boxes' will arrive for use SALE: e!
Strong, can done S. S. S. It is a medicine that is especially
audience Into secrets of the microscope dressing, or treatment, for a in the office here and all can then
r Bad Habit. i :
adapted to old people, because it is made'entlrely of herbs and barks an'executlon Issued ou In
roots, By virtue
of the telescope. His wound. Its quick will positively be supplied. There will be 300 in all
"So lost ? and exposition use i
position we ask li
you your I Escamu
( selected for their and
: purifying, healing properties and is very I', in. of the Circuit Court of
of the vastness ,of the universe blood poisoning. when these are put
? ; '} mild and gentle in its action. 'S. S. S. warms of our young friend who has demanded prevent Is County Florida wherein Bagdad( ba a
When the
minute new armory
through the telescope and '
iW- and reinvigorates the sluggish blood so that it our sympathy. through the m'cro'scope! Always keep it at hand. ] w& understand It will be opened up Factory Company is plaintiff and D of

[Ii' S S S' moves with more rapidity, and clears it of all "Yes; the firm told- me I-tvould nave was very objects interesting and profitable. I Says Mrs. Jessie: Farris, of Elizabeth with a swell ball. This Is information Gray Is defendant, I bait levied ap<:' Ct

t impurities! and poisons. As this rich, healthy to quit""What Monday afternoon at five o'clock iMr. Ky.: "My little boy was. from one of the commissioned officers and will sell at public outcry In frr-.' pr

8 0 stream circulates through the body every part reason was given?*. Frances S. Hollln! on. of .Cincinnati. badly ,burned on both legs, which: who remarked that Company M. of the Court House door in the bid:'' a

I PURELY VEGET AS LE of the system is built up, the appetite and digestion "I smoked cigarettes." Ohio, and Miss Emelie E. Adams-, of were so drawn out of shape that Is; going to come to the front If the of Pensacola. to the highest day *
improve, the heart action increases and "Why, that seems hardly a sufficient The same city, were married at the he could not even crawL: I tried officers have anything do with it. for- cash on Monday. the H'-
F the diseases and discomforts of old age pass away. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism reason for such drastic action." 3!. E. parsonage.! Miss Adams was He promises a surprise for all whoI April, A. D. 1906, during the ,* Ti

,;.. :,4 Catarrh Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers. and all troubles arising from ."Yes. but I was smoking the boss'cigarettes one of the workers here In the CaaurauQua =y remedies without relief, but I I shall be invited and says that those hours of sale the following descri! TJ
finally Hamlins Wizard Oil madea who miss It will, miss one of the real estate to-wit: Lots 11, I fa
blood. drfllfd hundred
diseased and he caught'me at It.- She
t mE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA G&. cure and be finest entertainments. ever given inlarianna. 14 and 15 In block 75, New City.ft. tu
children who so delightfully entertained perfect can now
..-- __- -- ---..--- Judge. _ immense audience. same lying ,and being in Escam '
walk and We
-- Saturday's : run. thought we County Florida. J. C Van Pi"
Matrimonial. Then came the roan all the way from should have Jo amputate both his F.or--: :;
Sheriff of Escambia County
4!':' j Order Y'ourICE Three Germans were sitting at luncheon Ohio and Miss Adams is no more. legs and feel that Hamlins WizardOil To draw the fire out of a burn heala 8maroaw4w. a
COAL and WOODI recently and were overheard dis. William Rogers left DeFuniak saved his life." Price 50c and cut without leaving a scar or to .....
; cussing the second marriage of a mutual Tuesday morning! for Palatka as a "delegate cure boilai sores. tetter enema and all! ,----
I :frOD1 friend when one of them remarked to the Knights of .Pythias con. $1.00. skin ani scalp diseases use DeWltf! atct::

I Consumers' too and Fuel Company. : "I'll tell you what. JL man what ventlon. Mrs. Rogers went with him Sold r-1 recommended hv Witch Hzzel Salve A specific! for Old newspapers for
and they expect to spend a week rot WHITE'S Get the genuine.. JsTo ar
pilss. remedy
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. marries de second time deserve ,
more rusticating and taking in the r such speedy relief Ask ci
to have lost his t.lfe.LUL! Pensacola. Fla. causes forDeWitt's sale at this office
sfebts! of eastern Florida. Phonfi 180, Night Phon* 448. -:'tiif 'l eenuice*

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VETOEDMayor : : -

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New SpringStyles Bliss Returned the Same to Council [Last Night .Without.: His SyripofFFs-! It acts component gently> without'pails: are unpleasant all.wholesome.aftereffects.It : .

Approval ,and Gave His Reasons for So Doing-Matter I IS is"wholly free from "objectionable substances. ;

for I .- Held Up Until Next Meeting.MUCH tH< best family laxative It contains the laxative principles of plants.It .-

I contains the carminative prindples of plants.It .

Men ? ROUTINE BUSINESS WAS state of repair and efficiency! which I contains wholesome aroin .tfc'liquids which are
means of course, that thy shall be

TRANSACTED AT THE MEETING able at any and all times to -give to; 0 II It-is pure. agreeable and refreshing to the taste. !.

the city a pressure of one hundred '

The most natural answer is: HELD LAST NIGHT, SEVERAL and fifty ((150)) pounds per square ; :It is' gentle.. .!, :.,-..' ..<, ,-? ***. \. All are pure.
ORDINANCES BEING PASSED inch.Now All are delicately blended.
Look at our windows! I wish to call the attention of: : It is pleasant. ,-:.':, s.. -

AND REPORTS! OF OFFICERS the Council to the fact that th, Pen- ; I ." ,' I<.' h.,., '-....,. ..:.. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded..
Come In and examine. our sacola Water Company; has beeai i It is efficacious. : .

HEARD. !( charging the People for water at the: .: "':: 1".: I -
Suits W i if you really want"to rate of fifty ((50)) cents a thousand: f It is not expensive. -, :""\ :. Its value is due to .our method of manufacture.

lines the The City Council met In regular gallons in addition o charging thema I and to the originality and simplicity-- -the I
read a subject It is
session for
last good children. ?
night transacting a large rental upon the meters that ; .. combination. '

here are: The Sack Coats are amount of business. Mayor Bliss pre measure, the water. This price Is! ; .'
sided and there were present Alder-. from five ((5) to ten (10)) times as : It is excellent for ladies.

longer and follow closely to men Calm. Christie Maura McHugh much as Is charged for water in i I To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine., \rr i

Reilly. Watson. Wright ana1: Yonge. large cities, and is from two ((2)) to f It is convenient for business men. ,

lines of the body in the back The minutes of the regular and five ((5)) times.: as much as is chargedfor 'i Manufactured by h'
It perfectly safe under all
with one or two vents, wide special meetings were read and ap water In many cities df the size j1t circumstances. }
proved. of Pensacola. result of these .'
The exorbitant -
f It is used by millions of families the world
lapels and collars well workedout Vetoed R olution. charges can only tend to over. .

Under:: tne heading of swell, the income of the Water Company I Ifa SYRVP V
;; It stands highest as a laxative with FQRNIA ; o ,
shoulders. from the mayor Mayor Bliss enormously .and enable the physicians. @: (

NPW line received this week read his veto of the resolution passedat Water Company to pay large divi-I: If you use it you have the best laxative the
the last a'ands watered
; stock.
meeting to puu.=ilas3 the upon I .
Francisco, Cal.
$7.CO to $30.00.FLORIDA plant of the Pensacola Water Works. I was informed bv the late Gen.: C world produces. San
He set forth his reasons for vetoing Geo. Reese former Tax Assessor of Louisville. New York. N. Y. .f.

the resolution as follows: :. the County: that Mr. B. R. Pitt madea '

-t. To The Honorable Board of Aldermen sworn ntatement to him that the I FOB SALE BY ALLLr.tb18a i

City of Pensacola.GentimenI cost of the Penscola Water Company 'j

TA1DARDtoT1UnJJ ( : have before me a was' about Sixty-e'g'it Thousand ; '_ DR17GG13r'c'
resolution ($68000) !i' I remember -. = :
passed ) Dollars or, -
at the last -- -- =
J regu i.: .-' -.'. ',.., ',,',,:or..,, ''';;'''-'. ; ....., .... .... -=- .. . .
TH1EEI1 BUILDIL% lar meeting of the Council giving correctly. Sixty-seven Thousand and ';" ';"'-1 t- ; :;:.f'o: : "Jf. .' : ...1....." .. '.'......;'.'
notice to the Pensacola Water Works several hundred the exact number of -: -

that the city wlll buy the sail: hundreds I do not remember, but i, -, ---- -_. n-= _____
water 'works provided the. water company think it was nearly Sixty-eight T
--- I buy the Water Works and what the the matter into
will waive: its right to one year's Thousand ($68,000)) Dollars I
CURIOSITIES.Live j city should receive from 'the water However I do not regard such
notice the price to be: fixed by arbi-'i These Water Works have been built i
and Stuffed Alligators ready trators as provided ,by the franchise about twenty ((JJ) years, and many of\,! This users would then looks be so much gain. action adviseabie at the present WE WANT SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS

for shipment. 01 said company.A the mains &/*, at the present time,i argument very good on the Unie4 ,
Onange wood with alligator much dilapidated is de-nonstrateli, face of It and would be very goou': If I want to put ,myself on record at
canes careful examination of the franchise as I'Itwere To come here for their pens. pencils tablets, school books, etc.
heads 7Sc. granted the ;Teasaoola Water by occasional bursting under the or-1 a that the Water Com this time of being in favor of buyingthe Our stock is so big that l it makes .choosing easy. Prices make
Sea Shells and Shell dinary carried. The| pasty'splant was new and would continue 'physical property of the Pensa
Jewelry, Company discloses certain. facts. pressure ,now :I for a number of the pennies and nickles go a Ioxrg 1rays.CJoe' -
iai: Wood Novelties Leather Goods apec1a1ty. Among these are: pumps and engines have had twenty }years but, the cola Water Company.I .
(20) I very: fact that, it would have to be am ,in favor of paying every cent
First: The franchise granted is ;years of useag; and are practically -
...perpetual rebuilt! makes it an different ElCCk: : Cre.
entirely that the is worth.
MRS C. N. McCLURE, -. I i I to-day, fit for the junk pile and: property
House Second n,,hould be replaced with uptodateand '(proposition. I ,am in favor of submitting the C
Opera Building : The franchise is< not exclu. Phone 235. 213 South PmHox Street Pemmcel.
I The
107 E. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. sive .the city or other companies may modern machinery embracing the I city had much better pay out question of the value of the physical
Thirty: Thousand
($30,006) Dollars
build water works improvements of the past twenty ((20) property of the Pensacola Water Company -
at any time: (
I|J for rentals for the next thirty ,
--------- years, to a just and fair appraise- --
Third y.ears.In
R. K. WHITE the franchise: The city Is bound of Pensacola to Six by the statement made to me by Mr I I as 'Per'contract with the company ment committee. Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly.
pay than to '
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate Thousand ($6.000) Dollars. a: :rear for I Reese regarding the affidavit of Mr. ($200,000)pay Dollars Two Hundred for a plant Thousand that I want to go further and say thatI Diamonds! low prices for a few days, only. Ask:
mtt, who the will not oppose the giving to the
30 S. Palatal Pens ((50)) years for the rent of, one .hundreat by way.was claiming to see, them.
Optician. Street. acola Fla. would not last one third of thirty .
_u __ _ (100)) hydrants from the day that I he had been taxed too high Mr. Pitt I I I years. The saving In the purchase Pensacola Water Company a bonus of ------ J. F. DAVIS 213 S. Palafox St.
the Water Works was accepted the stated that th? windpipe' had about!. Twenty ($20,000) or Twenty-five
TURTON & BELL. city by lived! its -life-tiri, and would soon alone would be One (Hundred and ($25.000) Thousand, Dollars, to get ----ri -- .-

. PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Fourth: The city has to have' to be rpplaced.with a new one.'. Seventy Thousand ($170,000)) Dollars, them to give up their contract and ...............................................
power order to the of !i supposing the plant can be bought get out of the road peaceably. But '
According opinion ,
Kodak for Amateurs. of experts
Supplies. Finishing an extension the water mainsat f for Two I DAVID BERG'S CELEBRATED
Hundred Thousand %00.
($ -
any time it sees fit by locating the water mains of the Pensacola, 1 am decidedly opposed to paying i i
>-- 000) Dollars or It is a saving of One
Water Company too smallto three or four or five prices for a junk '
are entirely
fire-hydrant upon each tenth of a Hundred ''and cEJ ::EI. :1'I.tE.A.rEi: :
mil give good service and to give adequate Twenty pile, and leave the people without :
TERSELY TOLD extention. which it is
($120.000)) Dollars to the
I people -
fire provided I to build them adequate and
protection money an ,
bound to pay for the unexplred( term I
be for
plant purchased
In order to have can sufllcient Water System.A of the delicious flavor. If :-r
,of the franchise :whatever that may: 1 an up-to-date One Hundred and Fifty Thousand I Are fresh and most you
I be. Fifty ($50.00) Dollars year' for Water Works in the city the -plant great many people have imaginedthat have not already tried them by all means let us .
($150.000) I
) Dollars which figure am
Thos. W Griffith, of .Bonifay was each hydrant for the first twenty hydrans would have to ,be almost entirely rebuilt informed, the plant is bonded at. So, this provision in the Water send you some. .

among the business visitors to then and all over that at Forty I with the exception ot-a few out though we may look at the.matter any Company's charter providing for the Kosher Ring and Thick t Sausaga .. .n. .. .. .. .. .........J5c: 4
, CUT yesterday. ($40.00)) Dollars a' year. The resultof lying mains. And, it Is the opinion I: way we choose, rthe.buying, as pro appointment of an Appraisement : Weiner and Knack..Sausage. ... .... .... .... ... .. .... ...--.15c J

C.V.. Vernell e. of aiobile. was that Is that the city has now to I i,of men who .have some knowledge of :posed is a very bad business proposition committee means that the appraiserswill Kosher Corned Beef selected...... .... .... .... .... .... '2Oc.

the in the pay Nine Thousand Nine Hundred the works that, if the city :'should set a value on the Water Works i Kosher Smoked Beef, selected' .. .... ,... .... .... .... ......25c :
visitors city -
among yesterday i
and Twenty ($9.920) Dollars yearlyto pay Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars The City can' afford to pay the according to the condition of the physical Kosher Tongues, exceptionally fine... ... .. .... .. ._...'.....J3c! -

B. the Water Company; for fire-hy r.for the plant, the city would certainly i Pensacola: Water Company the Nine property of the Water Corn- Kosher ""Fat in 10-lb. buckets. .. .. .. .. eo eo.. .. ..........15c
.i get the worst .end of the bargain for i paty. Reference to the charter shows
W. V. Holmes left. Tuesday on a drants. I Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty Special: 'Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries and Blackberries :
.!h. business trip to St. Andrews and Millille. Fifth: The City has ,the right and I it would be practically buying a '$9,920)) Dollars a year' tot. the next that the city has the.right and optionto ,25 cents can or $2.50 a dozen. :
junk pile which it would have to get purchase the properties _of the _
'bc' option to purchase the Water
\ Works I
thirty (30) years, If .be compelledto
',rut all Its properties, rights incomes, 'out of the way and replace with a because It can take itg Two .Hundred Water Company together with its 14.W Garden I A DV The ,Popular :
with its incomes together
new system.Now rights together LAZ
Horace BSbee.: one of the prominent emoluments, hereditaments by givingone and Fifty Thousand ($250.000)) Phone 3 UMOW D I Grocer :
I the question for this Council with emoluments and together -
cf attorneys of Jacksonville, is in year's notice of such Intention. 'Dollars and buIld' an elegant Water
the city on legal business. Sixth: The price to be paid by the i; to tfccide: and It is a question that SVstem, up-to-date in every respect with its herealtments. This ............................ ....................
should be considered carefully means nothing more nor less than
city may be fixed by mutual\ very th fire ..os
which will give ample e- -- ------- ---
> city ------- --- -- --- -- --- --- -
Mrs. Myrtle ; without thi-j committee shall take into consideration -
'\!. Bushnell who'has been ma ent. and too much haste. Is
the citizens 'Waterat
114 visiting her mother. Mrs. R. C. Irwin. Seventh: In case the city agree-j whether the city should avail itself protection one-third and the give price they are now' the profits ot said companyand .

: at Point Rodlcul has returned to the Water of the privilege under the franchise, the value of its franchise. The
Company cannot agree upon paying the old company_ and out of,
11. city. price, then the price shall be flxea'! by and buy the .present Water Works or its revenues pay the contract to the committee cannot do otherwise.Vaen SAROMA PREPARED PAINT !
> I committee is and the
whether it should take the money that tne organized
a just and fair arbitration in which old company. Hence, if it spends its
Bristol Bee H. H. :
: Boyer of Pen. has been voted and build a new .ateCompany comes before it xrith
a; the city shall select one disinterested f old it will not
for :
;1" sacola. a prom'nent lumberman op ratdng Water. 'Yorks.ThE're money the company its books and shows that the Water This Is a low-cost, ready-prepared Paint for painting ,
and Water shall
..- : in various parts of West }"Florida person the ; Company ]I arj two very desirable reaSons have an up-to-date Water System, nor Company is bonded for One Hundredand "i cottages barns, roofs etc. Painting greatly lengthens
select second disinterested ,
a persou to buy with, antf will: 1
-: pent some tm! in this county this and the two so selected shall selecta for purchasing the Water Works be any'but money very little better one off than it is: Fifty Thousand ($150.000)) Dollars .* the life of buildings beside? adding so much to Its ap-

.; "tek.Br'stol. third! disinterested. person none of and the first is, that city should own at the present time. i and that it has pall:! interest on > / pearance.
the Water Works and .that ,by buying these bonds and that it has made
; : whom shall be residents of Pensacolaand In to the city having to ;
Bee L. L. regard pay I
: Aymard.
a money's of this which GALLON.
none of whom shall be interestedin the old Water Works the city would this Nine Thousand Nine Hundred large: outside ONE DOLLAR A j
L prominent timber estimator of. Milton get rid of any opposition in the busi- have been divided into salaries of invested -
said Water Works; and these and Twenty ($9,920)) Dollars a year
. Fa.
spent the greater of this!
part of in
ness -furnishing the with or otherwise disposed ;
seek in this three, under" oath, shall fix the price, people for the next thirty ((30)) years there Is Saunders Mill Company
county looking at timber
water. In other words it wouL,' eliminate i other be ,
Works to
lands. for the sad Water I a, very serious question. In the first
that the profits of the company
competition. In the second place
by ht city.Eighth place the Pecnacola Water Companyhas i
Probably: a dozen men In this town <> : The teat for the completionof the city would save the large sum of never lived up to its contract I make a paying investment at Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.

never read any of the want ads. ex- the Works an? the acceptance of money that It Is paying out from :year 'With the city from the beginning. The Two Hundred Thousand!' ($200,000))

ffpt thos? of "Real Estate For Sale" the fire service by the city was fort,to year for' the rental of fire plugs, plant was never constructed accordIng Dollars, or perhaps more, then the --
1. which is almost wholly profit. committee has nothing to do but to
at they read these --'
every day. Have the company to fill the standpipe until -' to franchise but taking it for
r TW anything them? and then cutting off On the other hand there are uerious decide that the price of the WaterWorks --
to say to it overflowed granted that the city is esstoppedfrom -
objections to buying the Water shall by Two ,Hundred Thou
the standpipe- and by direct pressure raising that question now by
vd Jud from the to raise the pressurein used the Water Works for a
.;. Coned yesterday morning as one of hundred and fifty able the city would gain very littleto having Fifty Thousand ($250.000))' Dollars or
to without
the one of raisingany
to applicants for the all of its long period years more and the city is bound TWODAYSONLY1MATINEE
:! position of Juse inQh ana* toke pay moneys or nearly all still fact made perhaps ,
(150) 'ipounds per .square question. It Is a
. Trt'! of the peace made vacant by for.two hours of it. for an old. worn out plant because I bj the terms of the contract to abiafebj
it at that pressure of thecontract, that the company
'p a part
'h- resignation of it would not have I the decision of the committee.
I. Judge Landrum Is without causing breakage in the pipes, any more should give continuous service I
:a not a candidate for the office and bas protection than it has now, and would Furthermore I consider It very unWISe AND NIGHT!
hydrants. the In a maximum
made or wait and keep plant for the city t{) give any noticeto 'f
i. no application for appointmentThe is!have to several years before it
Water Company
Ninth: Tha I' state ot repair an)' efficiency which I of
r members of the bound to serve the city with water.! would have the taxable property that this company. In orderto the Pensacola Company
Board of means )
to buy the WaterWorks MARCH and 22
which to issue intention THURSDAY
more bonds to WEDNESDAY
.I continuously and upon any
Oumy Commissioners of Escambla for fire protection toj keep its!'! contracts with the city 'such
appraising -
.! aa Baldwin. counties enjoyed a trip keep the Water Works in a maximum! get more. money And an to,the improve Water the Works WaterWorks must be able at any and all times to 1 I committee, and to as appoint provided for In the

J& of across Clerk the 1I'bay yesterday as the guests will practically have to be rebuilt, It supply One the Hundred city with and a firt Fifty' pressureof ((150)pounds franchise granted to said company; The only high-class Dog and Pony Show con'ilngthis year.
11i1Ian. A fis h dinner
was before such appraiser -
would be like beginning the thing I' because, as
.. med on toe Island and the party STOPS ANY ITCHING anew. to the square inch. j must take into consideration The exhibition, beautiful, a performance incomparable
that the
fent a most enJoyable day. It will be remembered various things mentioned. and
Something over a I all the
It year ago went investigateda
""Cdtr Council last year
value onthe WaterWorks
. Into this subject very carefully ana' in which the Win must place'a SEIBELBROSIDOG
DOAN'S OINTMENT CURES ECZ::: destructive fire, accordingly, and the city is
; Sure to please Blue Ribbon Lnnon I had estimates made of a new Water ter Rest and 'three other .buildings
. and Vanilla. MA AND ITCHING PILES. PEN. System and I, have in my possession' in investigation bound to accept the same.A .
Absolutely and that
" pure goes destroyed,
were better plan for the city to
Wee as far and gives desserts the, SACOLA EOPLE'RECOM.- a bid for the construction of a new the president of the Pensacola much
Blue Works for the follow is for the city to proceed' to and PONY SHOWS
i Ribbon Flavor." MEND IT. Water city of Peasacola Water Comoany testified1 that the for the construction -
which Is more elaborate than stand
WaterWorks not able to
was of an entirely new plant. It is Intred"c200 .l the llnemt Trained Animate In the
One appllcationofDOafl'S Ointment,| the present: system. And which will only about One Hundred(100)( ) pound!?
that the present com- ...
wit "'
probable world. A mrotrmmmm replete "o
i nest of fourteen very
SHRIMP TODAYSOME stops any Itching. Short treatment give us a inch mains to the square inch. Here is direct desirous of
would become very
I cures eczema itching piles salt rheum I j|.111 the heart of the city, with outing] testimony from the company itself pany would probably make WATCHFORTHESTREETPARADEEVERYMORNINGATllO' j-

OF THOSE FINE, HEAD: -any skin eruption or. skin .itching,j| deadend's' capable of giving a fire pres- showing the the company cannot live selling and at which the city would be '
LE-S remedy to use, be- sure of one hundred: and fifty ((150)) Its contractwith the cty.; figures: \
It Is the rheapsst i to did not do
SHRIMP up it so
willing to 25 Marvelous
Ponies. 75 Wonderful Dogs Monkeys!
.inch 100 Thoroughbred
PriONE 154. cause so little of it is required to bring pound per square and. a pumping It is my candid opinion that the there would not be very serious objections

. relief and a "cure. Here is Pensacola I I capacity much greater than the franchise'of the Pensacola Water to It continuing In business 1:30 and 7:30 dail Performances hour later.DON'TMISSTHEPARADE.
present Water Works; all strictly abrogated at Doors Open at : : p. m. an
TUG testimony to prove It: j I Company can b? any I recommend to the consideration of
OSCEOLA ARRIVES Mrs. W. Mertins living on' West In-' first ,class and up-to-date for One time that the oity sees fit to carry j the Council the advisab'lity of proceeding 44 44BURROWES'
f HERE Hundred Thousand.($100.000)) Dollars.
TO TOW TARGETS tendencia street, says* "I used Doan's at once to get; estimatej upon
I This bid Is made ---
by --
a responsible -----
Ointment which I procured at SUI the construction of a new Water
1 Th big tug Osceola In command of I I ney Kahn's drug store, corner Pa la-1!I firm, and was understood to be approximate THE REAL CAUSE.\ 1 Works System.I .
wef the
Boatswain Fred Muller. arrived streets, for eczema detailed specifications! The Ancient Scalp-Fever Theory Ex- system shouldbe
: 1/1 fox and Romana I think that the new
Port i,being liable to make It. slightly more I
; yesterday from West and ploded.At I
Key for than earliest possible moment
' :s which had bcthered me more I less.Personally. built at the
1 nov at the navy jard. ten years. It was worse during the or, one time dandruff was_ attributedto in -view, of the fact that we :1

of ihe vessel is here for the purpose, heated parts of the 'year than, any I am of the opinion the result of a feverish condition of neej abundant 'water for our sewer :

towing targets into the gulf for the other time, and I suffered terribly. I 'that this estimate for such a plant aswe the scalp 'Which threw off the dried- system and need fire protection. and

Coast squadron which will commence ointment and salve after another need Is rather low. In fact, I believe cuticle in scales. I' the people need water for domestic
Practicingith used one much too low But. the fact remains (Professor: Unna. Hamburg. Ger- reduced rate.
large calibre guns in but with little success and purposes at a much and Screens !
. a few days. treated with different doctors but that we can get a fine Water many, noted authority on skin dls',i In the meantime, if the Water Fly Mosquito

obtaining marked benefit. System everything in It new and eases, explodes this theory and says Company sees fit to sell their works I
TO without complete and up-to-dat that dandruff i germ disease. 1 there is,
CURE A COLD throughout, is a for reasonable figure
IN ONE DAY. fifty cent box of Doan's Ointment a
Take When one much more comprehensive than the This germ is realy responsible for the city from buying -
LAXATIVE than nothing to prevent Sent Thirty Days' Trial Freight Prepaid.All .
T bleta. BROMO Quinine cured me it is no more na- old system, for One Hundreds Thou- the dandruff and for so many bald on ,

Druggists refund: money if It tural that I should be pleased to let sand ($100.000)) Dollars and hence itwill hes 's. It be cured if falls can facts I return
: )
included with -
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa. the wonderful merit of I"I In view of t -<*e material needed for attaching the screens and doors -
tOre I Is others know of be seen that if the city should about in Ihe right way. The right resolution parsed at the last session cost.Screens -
L on each box. 25c. this preparation.: It is a remedy Fifty Thousand Dollarsfor the only is, the out extra
pay ($50000)) way, of couse, and way Council giving notice to
: Xo which all sufferers from ,itching skin the old dilapidated plant that' it to kill the germ. |'10the.Water Company that the city Is readyto are made only: to order yet returnable if not satisfactory.

i ueWitfs p"lls: la as pleasant' and positive disease can"rely; upon with the utmost would be taking hold "of a very bad Newbro's Herpicide de s this, and buy. without my approval. MORE THAN 200,000 HOUSES A RE FITTED WITH BURROWES' J

Little Early' Risers. These confidence. business proposition. permits the hair to grow luxuriantly. RespectfullY submitted. &
Famous SCREENS. .
Little Pills are so mild and For sale fcy all dealers. Price 50 On the other hand we are met by just as nature intended it should. CHAS H. BUSS,
"Retire that children delicate ladies cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,' Buffalo, the argument that we are paying For sale by W. A. DAlemberte Mayor, Every practical Improvement In screen construction during the past-, .

"i: weak people enjoy their cleansing New York, s.>le agents for the United Nine Thousand Nine Hundred and druggists and apothecary. 121 South Referred: to Bond Tru,tee.. : thirty years was first used ty us. .' y-
tfeet while Btrng. People say they States. Twenty' {$9,920) Dollars a year rental. Palafox street or send lOc in stampsfor In this connection a communication .
Ir* the best liver pills sold. Never Remember the name-Doans-and This would likely pay the interest on sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit II .. Drop postal to P.. O.Box 104, or. phone 1015 and local representative -:

tripe. i take no other. i the sum that is probably sufficient to Mich. (Continued on Page Eight) will call to give,-you es to$1, .



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"- longleaf; In he tells you to take Ayer-s '

rbepMnIa4 lands moderately.In ; ; V f/ii SfciiMiHm3;Journal's Daily Short Story V ;4sk: YourII l ,trouble for your, then severe take cough it. If or be Chem bron has I I

feel :
sources anything better, ,then take that. !

demand. this -; _____ _____________ V know hIS answer; for doctors Butwel IV
its full share : \ i pre. I
1 -- -- DD' scribed this medicine for
perior grade' 1 w.Uw..Recretsi W..f1 over 60 yeaj- I
DAILY. WEEKLY SUNDAY. duces further V AWMNNUAL RECKONING eM..,..taI"eli..,1M41d0ft. J.C.11.CO. ;,
value. *kBY

...BY... &s H | f ,. Copyright 1905 by Charles W. Hooks." jU the banker's point! of V view. So he to 1ir and a manHood'rfchTJ EonSFsl:
.. I *] was not in the least like his father b1i4
citizens -
his fellow
II NEWS ( iJ g' *2'*#*#* l "M -$- c1"$ HON stood up boldly among alas for the sad miracle of the pert 1'I41,
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. e and said that the great enterprisewas of sin his son was unpleasantly rwninJ

c speculative and that be,could not cent of Sir Robert, the banker of Bar T
the first day: of every year I It into' it lock with whom I quarrel: once T.Tu
,, mate a po'undwortb two by having: advise any one to put penny a :,
I said in the
FRANK L MAYES President and General quarrel with: Sir Robert Den he waS to lose.
Manager. ready at Ii moment's notice. A prompt unless perfectly willing, Why do I quarrel with a man
Jacksonville's ning. This Is inevitable; it baa loan to a man of exalted station pavedthe Moreover he called attention to the so long before I was born Becausewas. who

Jacksonville beg>me a habit >I quarrel with way to knighthood. and the banker fact that Investors In addition to the creatrCrandfathy,.--h':, .n.
I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS., million seven that man on other days also, but they became Sir Robert when be was about usual risk of loss ran also the chance None of his actual wealth"descended Tme.

jL thousand ( : have no settled places: in the calendar. assessed their shares in but perhaps I owe my money to Ls
ment of thirty rears old. of being upon Just tle same. I have been in the bantt
SUBSCRIPTION premium of Theist of January, however Is a date In Sir Robert's hopse there dwelt case of failure. This utterance checkedthe business: now for twenty-five Tears, aJ
reason of It is that can be depended upon in this mat somewhat less th:1Un dozen poor rela run on :the bank:and,was repeated, It seems to suit me. I understand cr i7

One Year..... .............J5 00 One Month. ...... ....... 45 I her water ter.I. .. tions. They were 'a part of the young by Barlock ,people;, und especially by I Judge men by their capacity i

. LTl Six :Months...... ......... :2: 50 One Week........ .. ...... 10 i receiving from I am a conservative by the decree of man's Inheritance from his ,father and 'SIr Robert after the great venture began what though they I can't owe on help the day when It i is*J

?1' Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekly Edition per year.41 00 I about a nature; I have a fondness for old customs I I ,ruin. knowing that -
the only portion which decreased aaMA to sink toward of them are a long way behind with thLJ:
.T 1 wh'ch: If you and observances. For instance I Among those involved in the V disasterwas more important obligations
i figure on it a make good resolutions on New Year's In order to get the better of
Detailed but he had not Invested wretch
tL The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Tyrrell
old Sir Robert. who
two day and them always relates to dwells mthin mTi
on ,
; one of ,
;fery heavily.: lIe would have escaped make It
a practice on the 4
: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Municipal Sir Robert Denning. I resolve to get I : first day
i i otter wreck except for the assessments the year to forgive the debt owed to
yule ia a the better of him and to make an end by a delightfully irresponsible i-
which Sir Robert hs J mentioned and nephew rf
; ; { many respects : of the violent and bitter controversy mine and it Is the more fun becaus
Offices, loa and 110 East ] Papers on Saleon Trains official and a between us. he was among tbi first to counsel resistance always thinks I'm not going to do it*P u
I I given out by of :' jinent upon the ground accumulates Indebtedness:: during the !
Government. Phone 38. I and at all NewsStands. is no I. will explain as briefly its possiblemy that the ..vhoto transaction was fraudulent -I I and comes to me in great distress at y ts-!: -
cannot grievance against Sir RoberU It end of It. Then rises up old Sir Kob 7!
$ told in full the story would be long and V; tell me that this youth cant be ton

1 P 8.ACOL.A. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1906> and honestly yould involve many wrongs which I V At this point Sir Robert's rectitude be would pay his debts, and I t.ue IIJ er

sonville does. shall not mention here. I will try to ,stood. forth sublime Thtt. enterprise call upon the gentle spirit of S:1f.a:
might be a I could not be fraudulent: because: he Mayn to set me right The boy Is .
make the whole matter comprehensibleby est enough but he doesn
New Orleans Free Press 'both 'heretofore published lic opinion himself had lent it a measure of sanc U de
Workingto lighting and relating only the pitiful roma e in money; that's alL Perhaps rye ep !
at Bristol have been consolidated, city are in th which Sir Robert and Sylvia Mayne II tion. It 'was" speculative because he him by lending him so much. ia ca
Prevent the Fever.. and will be published Infuture as The himself had said so. The victims case I owe him reparation. I rrat&fr
ership there and Arthur Tyrrell were tfce; principal
i-t Since the jellow fever disappeared Bristol Bee. The consolidation of, the revenues I characters. This takes me back to the I should pay: their assessments because lowance the young and rascal thus pay sufficient my debt to 1L.'Ul1-Liz:!

last fall the city of New Orleans has these two newspapers will undoubtedly sources but it time when Sir Robert was living in the AIII i he-bad warned them of the possib'ilitrand

L employed every means known to result i In one of the best weekliesin '1 plants would 'I town of Barlock near Birmingham -V because he paid his. I,, A Good Rule

eclence to the state. I' the city-at V; England before he came to America. I "It is a matter of honorable' .business When thou wlshest to give ttjself: :
prevent a recurrence of the '
sumers ,than have never been in England and have obligation" said be. "A man must pay delight think of the excellencies lit

.. malady with the advent. of warm That Js the : not had an accurate description of Bar- his debts." %' ose who live with thee. For instant,

.e weather this spring and, the example J. Pierpont' Morgan has practically I the St 'Johns lock but I know,what happened there.It 1./L\\/ \ \ LI Sir Robert paid the trifling sums demanded *f the energy of one the modesty of

ret by the Crescent City in this re dropped out; of sight Probably In retirement -i was in the highest degree Importantto l of him and he did so with a another, the liberal kindness of a tluni

gard should be follow.OOby/ every city; ruminating about that last I Florida me. loud noise. Tyrrell protested and tried Marcus Aurelius.

: town and village within the danger gold brick purchase. V People who. Robert Denning inherited from his to draw the others after him but they

4 zone. A good idea of the energetic potatoes \\" father the remnant of a considerable feared Sir Robert. Tyrrell could not A Ruler.

- "work that is being done there may fce ,:Montgomery is getting aesthetic. The I 'buy the fortune, including V' a'c controlling Interestin fight alone nor Join In time with the Singleton-That's a queer efca I ,

obtained from the following. from the hoodlum chariot in that city has been. just as fine a bank.. The bank was In a bad way dissatisfied In other,cities. The upshot "Wanted girl to feed ruling ma

ltw Orleans States published :Mon christened "Lucille. II I state as' and threatened to Involve the whole estate of it was' that he went bankrupt. Sir chine." Wederly-Nothing queer about
.cZ1 possibly just
day under the caption "Beginning I! same with In disaster but Robert put its affairs Robert lost !400, which' be could well that. Somebody wants a nurse girl to

the Work The time is now ripe for candidates i call for the to rights within one year after he afford. V look after the baby.

H. : to build political fences and dig cyclone can't expect took charge it for he was a much Tyrrell left Barlock In disgrace and

4),lljl That the people of New Orleans are cellars. ducts are all better business man than his father had 'Went to. London where, to his own Some people will never learn anything
determined V
not to be in i
caught a
state of there are lots been. Tbe.1\vo had differed radically great surprise he throve. About two for this reason, because they un.

they were unpreparednesa last year when this summeras the 'fever The little kingdom of Servla is doing -! know how to upon questions of business policy and lUll IS BEITEB DEAD THAN! ,BAJTKBUPT!r years later he returned to his native derstand everything too soon.I'ope.Information. .
the result 9f Improved management town to the last of his debts there.
broke many cooks they were estranged at the time of the pay
out} here is evidenced by its best to break into the limelight!
- the acUvity of the volunteer organizations I broth.- elder Dennlngs death. All the men among them eventually He came bearing honors which be had I .
i *- in several of the again. i One of Robert's first administrativeacts went to work and found another abodo. I won In the larger world and with a'
"What is domestic animal
-1 wards. The Fourteenth Ward citY'51 aq Great was to demand the resignation of The old ,maids and widows remained, heart full of the,hope of high,achle"e- a maIn.
ready comparatively organized a:1dl ***** The editor the bunk's cashier who was old and and one young girl named Sylvia ment But the hope died in an instant ma1" asked the little boy."

has started out on its sanitary work.' wonted somewhat feeble and would have with- Mayne, who was very. distantly: relatedto and the.laurels already. won turned to "A domestic animal. replied mamma : -

The Fin;t Ward sets out to-day -on OUR TRADE WITH i tor of the Star drawn voluntarily except that he had a the Dennings. dry leaves upon his brow for the first with n scornful glance at papa' ; S
& SOUTH AMERICA # who was putting) on his coat "is o.::>
': : similarworn. the citizens of the to tackle wish to toil a few weeks more and In Barlock there lived an engaging news he beard in Barlock was that Syl
who does not all his time at!lie!
: spend
Twelfth :
Ward resolved similar R.
on action Hudson
Atlanta Constitution. S round out forty years of service. Besides young man named Arthur Tyrrell. II@ via's hand was pledged to Sir Robert. "

; at" the a meeting Tenth Wardwill last night,organize and tonight -i *? merits and there was the matter of a pension was a great student In a cheerful hap- The wedding occurred within a few J club. -Brooklyn Life

;h- and begin an active campaign. We i1-- 1l i $i, road In the which he had been led to expect hazard fashion, and his conversationwas I days and Tyrrell carried a broken

$ Pf lock to see other wards fall. promptly Star has first not but did not,get On when he adorned with bright blossoms I heart in his breast.when, be went backto

s -t; into line, and before the end of the Even with the handicap of no canal with Mr. Burr was finally compelled to yield his placeto gathered from among the wild weeds London. A GOOD CARRIAGE.When .

. rtti: current month the whole city from I across the Isthmus of Panama our not demanded a more serviceable.'man' he said to which the world calls knowledge. lie Five years later, as the result, of

- !kt I Carrollton to the barracks will bo ac3pi1 trade with the countries of the western mission be Robert by way of farewell: extracted sense from philosophy and steadily increasing and irreconcilable you want a 003 carriage

, tively enlisted in the battle for theft coast of South America is picking ed that it do "You're a great'man o' business a human nature from history. lie was a' differences Sylvia left her husband's \

prelection of the public health. I up. aiuch ot this traffic Is bywayof than it has grand man o' business. You've done cultivated mnsician who loved melody. home never to return. She fed In secret prompt service and safe and careful

; The reports ,from the City Board of the Istnmus, the transfer from the It I has not much for this bank already, and l'Unot lie had written a novel as whimsical V for thus only could she take her treatment, remember the originalHACKMAN'S
Health show that the inspection: of Atlantic to the Pacific being made ,
points have as life. son with her. The letter which she
remises is going on at the rata of by rail from Colon to Panama City. aeny It Butthe best thing you've done V
time to : Tyrrell had a small property, and his wrote to Sir Robert has come into my EXCHANGE.
more than 1,100 inspection a day, and We have no statistics to show what for It by: log'.odds was worrying your V V
sion should various artistic occupations yielded him bands, and it is one of my mosiptreas- PHONE "
that violations are being promptly reported proportion of this trade ,was via Cape old, incompetent father Into his grave. 185.
and but Ocala Star. VV'V some Income, yet he was always In pecuniary ured possessions. Therein she states
proceeded! against in the Horn figures are available on the I can Imagine'Robert's amazementand It was founded in 1892 and it ha3:
; ;: courts. ?n a word tho s-pirit; of cooperatIon -trans-Isthmus business. The Panama righteous indignation. lie never trouble. Ills name would always with precision l the're sons for her act t.
for and careful
: with tho constituted> author railway has done a heavy business of Napoleon was able te believe that any person be turning upon. a bit of paper reasons which she had stated less calmly reputation and the best polite informed cabmen drivers

; Itles is everywhere manifest, and the this kind within the past four or five Hon. Claude was sincere in accusing him of wrong. and he1 would be asked to pay money perhaps to his face long before. the city. Following are the memb m
people are determined to do their part years-a constantly growing traffic. It of Florida which he did not have. "You are a dishonest man," she
His rectitude in his the
was own eyes and their hack numbers:
: t- towards keeping the fever out of New is stated that the ord of wrote. "You do not debts.
major portion of the A note 'Tyrrell's went to protest at pay your
fundamental certainty which must be A. :M. Soloman No. 1; A. J, Leggett,
' Orleans tHis summer They have not imports at Colon for 1904 per yentures Out of, ten thousand kinds of
from the bank he made obligatlsss -
L were J and though
-. waited for it to make its appearance the United States. strates his spl obvious to' all men. It could not be No 5; J. Stallworth, No. 7; J. E. Morris .-
_,a here before taking up the fight far of Imports The total volume business questioned except from'dishonest motives the amount good at a great sacrifice J V dim you pay bnt one kind. No. 8; S. Sunday Jr. No. n ,
at Colon
they realize fully that it Is far cheap a value of, In 1904 represented just now or there spite, as 'In the present he could not re-establish his credit with You pay in money, and upon every oth- H. Taylor No. 12; O. Abdelcoth Vo

; d er and easier to keep it out than it of about 60 $1.600.000.cent. an Increase magnificent '! instance. Sir Robert wherefore all whom he er reckoning you are bankrupt"I 15; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. tear
per over the
; J, j would be to stamp it out after it had year. Of this -amount previous other less Robert would never argue with a dishonest owed began'to press him most unmerci- was dependent upon you when I old. No. 21; S. Dibbs. No. 26: M P-'-
an even
million No. 30 A. J. Braswell No 1.
gained entrance. Therefore all tho in Florida. fully. terson ; ,
was from the United States man nor deign to defend himseLf was a child. Your father took me Into
.an increase All the above are nice, closed >;ar--
that did such in
forces splendid work editor lie to be a typical sinner whose If I not there
of 150 per cent. Chill the from the assaults of malice,V and grew his house. was by rightI
the 'fight last summer are being rapia'-leading commercial nation of the which Mr. of course itjfjnuf.btjfaei'th his dignity name was serviceable for Illustration should not have been there at alL I riages. I
ly mobilized and will be Signed J. STALUWORTH, PrciBy
d soon engag) his
) Andean slope has begun wlfi"a{ .discharged when Sir Robert addressed the old old 'to decide. lie was
from one end to the other of this city to buy Quite should' quarrel employee.: waa not enough C. H. TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.Nick's .
itdr : In the fight to keep the city entirely largely from the UnIted'States in poor fellows Therefore ti.the charge that he bad maids and widows and Sylvia Mayne the Judge. When ;you came into your I I

t s healthy. competition with England, Germany the killed his facfr'he replied with a cold upon the proper conduct of life. Sylviawas inheritance you found me under your I

And from this time until the danger and France. One of the important In- have peculiar' statement of a general truth as was. then eighteen, and she knew no roof. You should have sent me awayor

I- shall finally disappear next fall ter-urban railroads now building in Mr. L'Engle his custom lnTsuch cases. more about money matters than the have done your duty by me. There Buffet and

? this fight will be kept up :with unremitting Chili Is using American construction was the "A man is better dead than bank- bushmen know about the geometry of was no middle course. I',

_l zeal and energy. The people material and' a great deal of American favorite, the rapt s&ld Jie and turned his back upon X dimensions. She knew Tyrrell, how "Your dutjA was to teach me honor RestaurantIs
; railroad
i know what an epidemic of yellow is material and rolling stock which made the old casnl<<. ever, and thought him the most agree- and honesty You taught me dishonor
going to that
V fever costs New Orleans if republic. (Peru also
and Unceasing able in Barlock. Her Ideals of
man per- and fraud. You should have shown
stockholders Though be loved Robert was
takes more and money of Its
work along the most approved more American goods the only place
the Tribune miser fie lived in fine and sonal beauty were thoroughly: satisfiedby Christ's world to where love and
no style me b fact
r- lines under the direction of the every year, although it is not as de. ,, kind in Pensacola,
: most expert yellow fever authorities slrable a market as ChilL' With the that record of would pay flic price of anything; that Tyrrell'8' bright blue eyes and yellow kindness and sympathy are current itis V

: In the world can keep It out thete completion of the Panama canal' our ent Sun. he desired He bought shrewdly, but hair by his grace and manlinessand coin. Youhowed, me only the temple
V trade with the west ment in Jac! cUMLtDeLhOW courtly bearing. It was a great of the before the Mas-I
t 'Wilt be no epidemic here this season. coast of South pe"yegt"1 c1tWL- money changers:
It They are going to fight in the open America will be largely increased A. K. Taylor' surprise to her to learn that he was nota ter drove them out, and you taught me A Pride to

: and tell the truth. .If a case of fever and with the development of the Andean office with good man. Her notions of.evil were by act and word that this was the true

V should occur. It -will be promptly reported republics it will be well worth goggles to based chiefly upon the dishonesty of holy of holies where all good men wor- Pensacola.Larger

ImmenSately taken In hand having in future years The completion Claude's HOW WOULD YOU _LIKE twq servants In the house who had shlped." .

V .pt and scientifically treated so as to of tho waterway across the isth ejesight- V stolen silverware and had been sent to She then lays bare the sordid life she
make any spread of the Infection impossible. mus will greatly stimulate cities cannot
the ex TO HAVE ONE HUNDRED prison and upon her observation of certain led with him. For all the
outpouringof ,
ploitation of the whole South The Only who lit boast of a better- equ pp<
: Amer'-! shifty; eyed kept
V e;'),: They are going to demand that the can trade field by American export. The Live tle stores In Barlock. Certainly Mr. her mind and heart: he paid her onlyin 1 place. The *rvice Is the
doctors. big and little famous and obscure ers a field of commercial shrewd NEW CUSTOMERS? dross. All his thoughts were of best that can be had
t, enterprise Tyrrell not like these.Sylvia's .
*, promptly make known any sadly neglected and rather advertiser as money; all his, moral Judgments were
indiffer '
-t4 case that may present suspicious ently regarded! at present people In a Is your store in such shape moral training had savored rendered in terms of money. lie could Nick Apostle Propt'r

: j1; Bympotoms and take all of the nec- familiar with that of Puritanism and she had been taught talk of nothing else, think of nothingelse ,
ONE HUNDRED NEW CUSTOMERS that evil Is attractive and good repellent -
.' essary precautions In treating it $ of me and hope for nothing higher.
this they will 'be able to Her own experience had not
,::il' By means 'goods my When their eon was born Sir Robert NEW YORKCLIPPER
i4 keep yellow fever out of New Orleans i* FLORIDA'S WEALTH 'OF them In every would "turn the tide"\ for you? seemed to Justify this doctrine until th. V
was relieved of a terrible mental strain.
V and at tho, same time prevent unnec* FOREST RESOURCES. get. Many Are things ,with you just case of Arthur Tyrrell offered proof
:t # had feared the child might be a girl
unjust quarantine regulations \ "so-so?" Bills toofastsales'a
i ssa.ry.and. pushed this, maturing conclusive that the g'oomlervlew! of the
: and worthless for money making and he
4 : from being Imposed against this! Bradstreet's Weekly. has done it In little too slow- world was the true one. She confessed had
V I2 city! They want the whole world to quoted too many people going past never kept this anxiety secret from
I says. to herself that she would never have
V her Ills sole' for his
; V V know what we are doing and how we ir WHWJMIHMMWHIMMWaThe to accomplish your doors-lack of "snap" known ambtyon son was is THE GREATEST
that whited
Mr. Tyrrell was a that he should fqllow la his father's foot.
It for there is absolute
are doing ; "go" and "hustle" around
V V Service
Bureau any
fighting intelligently and waging a of the old serpent that tempted Eve. She had Robert declaimed business'principles over
Department Are to bea
V victorious fight from the start that Agriculture points out Jacksonville Expenses coming entertained some foolish dreams about the child's cradle and undoubtedly drove IN THE WORLD.
Florida Is burden-while they
V richly endowed his wife into
with a species of Insanity by
unceasing -
1 The up-town districts, as we have 'wealth of forest resources and In% Mr. Can't Not merely an incident-in him and she reproached herself for reiteration of his low alms and $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, I 10 Cts.

4 V shown, arcalready In the' fight and vites lumbermen, The chief southern A your business? them, for she loved honor and honestyand sordid plans for their child V

z "within the week work will be In full pinea ,.rlongleaf shortleaf and loblolly man who If you feel these symptoms- especially the moral strength which Her determination that the boy should ISSUED, WEEKLY

I 'rwlng from Canal street to Carroll- -together with cypress; which forms done is a no matter whether you are a is superior to all temptation. never give a comprehending! ear to hlafather's SAMPLE COPY FREE.

';' V ton. It should is imperative be manifested that the In same. the the basis of lumbering industry In the There is big merchant or a little one It was her doubt of Tyrrell's strength leading motive Instruction for Sylvia's;was undoubtedly conduct It the is FRANK QUEEN PUB co.(Ud),

:- :: activity lower districts. It was there that the east, extend Into the state,..anti. with There Is a -YOU NEED A TONICI I which probably turned her away from true also that she had learned to understand !. Pt" L1SH::. .
broke out last summer and was some changes In the composition of to every PUBLICITY, in just as large him. Sir Robert was keen enough to the fraud, that had been practiced LzLr2aIz 47 w. B :,.: &w tou.
V control. still the fore there offer abundant sup. small the doses as 'you can stand repeated see this and no doubt he was sincerely upon her in regard to.Arthur TyrreU. as
dimcult to There
I rnost plies of well-tried timbers. Cuban EVERY DAY, will that the following passage la the letter proves: -
glad Sylvia should have
begun to
exist in the lower wards the nuclei Done is not a "You would not have -
forged deed flossa,7'c1orse
pine which has a of Yosuo
4 a .scattered growth change the whole situationfor find out what sort of 1I1ZU'iIf
of fine 'Ward organizations. that did along the coast their- man this fellow Arthur Tyrrelfs property and offered it to I
plain of the
mt effective work last summer and we general. Is abunoant south in Breeze., ,you. Tyrrell really was. It II always easy to me for sale but 'you did not scruple to
are suro that It will not be difficult coast In along its western It Is idle to suppose! that you x accuse an amiable person of weaknessand forge a character for him and pass it up- ,

i -VV for the patriotic citizens of that section with longleaf pure stands or in mixture Had the cannot secure the ONE.HUN. \ to carry conviction to the mind ofa on me for genuine. Tou ruined him
pine and cypress At DRED CUSTOMERS_. \ through a partnership with swindlers,
; ,V V V to put these into action on short the southern end of the state cypress Some of the NEW girl who has been taught (and verilybelle'es and every act. of yours throughout that I
notice. It needs but to point out the swamps abound. On"the coast islands wedding of regular customers-who would ) that all the virtues are hard time was shaped upon the basest and
necessity in order to have these organizations alOng: the southern" shores mahogany get in "turn the tidefor you. as Iron. most sordid self interest.
moving forward at once In goodly card. This is YOU CAN GET Probably this reference to Tyrrell led
and with enthusiasm. The time has Finally the quantity awaits ,the ax the wrong THEM IN A WEEK- About this time there was a fever in Sir Robert to believe that Sylvia had fled

: now arrived when this should bedone. which draws naval, stores industry, those going I but not by wishing for them. Barlock and its vicinity for investmentin to him. Tyrrell was supposed to be Ia y./.ctZos

The end of the current week principally upon the game.-\\llite lt'snct so. easy as ti'iat Nor a certain gigantic enterprise. 'Per America :and 81Robert crossed the
; longleaf and shortleef pines, finds in ocean rowing vengeance TyrreU. who MAUZL\E( )
of distinction
Bhouta'{ see every ward perfectly organized Florida by distributing hand-bills, or sons visited Sir Robert i
plentiful, "source of supple was really Engia.ndbeard of these occurrences *,
V and actively 'working. By Cuban pine seems destined for Marianna Will putting UQ posters or buy., I in the Interests of this project and. and promptly toUowed Sir Robert IN THE WORLD"Ask7our

these means we shall inspire cowlV Important commercial. than It more has At last we ing space in programmes (\they, used his bank in various ways but neither of them ever' saw Sylvia newsdealer for this scperb!

r i derl ee and win a momentous vld ry. hitherto enjoyed Itp wood is scarce- the L. & N. it's not so easy as that. You |Wt\ were profitable to the Institution. again or ever saw England for Sir Rob- magazine If he does not handle
became Involved
ert ia "business with your
or not all build must spend some money- Personally Sir Robert made small enterprises send us his name and address
lr inferior to that.of longleaf a new a investment in ,the, new world and grew much and and for sample
Old$ .. Patrick will have his Inningson vine with which. In some localities. It ern. up-to-date more than you have ever and upon learning of this all richer here while Tyrrell died. soon after' name. address loc. Mention
Saturday. li cut indiscriminately. For preserva court house : spent-for ADEQUATE Barlock stood ready'to risk Its savings. reaching these shores. copy. Regular price 25c.

live treatment ite relatively greater building. new ADVERTISING SPACE IN Depositors began to withdraw their As for Sylvia she lived a.quiet life and this paper.
porosity make business YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER. earned her .wti bread and her aoD'.. The Burr Publishing Company
may: Jt.even .more val story from the bank in order to Invest V
: The Bristol Bee and Tho Florida uable for V specific srhces -than is be -IT.*-..) money it; and thig.was undesirably from-. .EeV-beautiful boy' had a childhood_l- t'full r .,of i' 41, _a'youth, 4 West 224 StreetNew York CIU ,', ::

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*eatlnle4 Itar.a Whatever else you may do, don't think of buying Hardware k

rear, and Mill Supplies until you see our stock, get our prices or .

ho died Business in All Lines is Boomingand asked: us a few questions about ,fWf

lUBe lySt'4.1t t
n., I.

laded to htnaIIU1k1n to Many Improvements are I Hardware and Mill Supplies.. ,

!"So andcredit&r Being Made in :the City. 'E

to; c1'Gad Special to The Journal. We have not been in Pensacola very long but we are most
lt Florala.! Ala., Mar. 14.-Spring has
.lIOm. SCRAP. 1 certainly revolutionizing the hardware business. We realize WlA
h thelr opened up in all its glory, and Flor-
ala is now assuming her most invit i S that we have a reputation to make, and we are making it. ,;

,retched ing appearance./ The ,trees which All the old-time methods are put aside and we do business
me. I border the lake are beginning to show ..
day otto green leaves, and within two weeks I. i on the modem plan by

JUe Florala will be once more the beauti- 'Wf
hew f k
-use beIt. ot r ful little city of natural attrationb 4 ti
Ire The winter has been an unusually I
Giving You Just What You Want
:e Year mild one", and the many folks from .E
at the the north who have been with us this Wlr
ban to BOOK season are now happy in the thought \ :2

.aVe;lest or t0$7'h1a that' they that can return next season home with they the will aslyurance ""1 and; at small profit. We handle everything in the Hardware i

' o:1.: return to .Florala confident of its delightful line and are always glad to give you quotations.

'ntan BpoUecJ Th.ociemocrattc! congressional pri- -
a that mary is to toe' held in this county on \
: makebyself the 19 dnst. O>l A. A. Wiley, who GORDON

. IJ".In. first number sold has represented this district! so many I & BROWN HARDWARE CO.i 7 F
500,000 years 1, for the second time in his M\
career without opposition, and will no
doubt receive the largest vote ever
es ot copies in three daysThe polled for a similar candidate. i: Pensacola Fla. j
Farmers are to be seen on the : --
: -
tanre.ity 11W1fIWriWIf1NYI Inn lytWMI1frl+1W !' IWwWri :
streets in large numbers each day ;oU: U ,U;.'i.U:' Mif. !;5Q3PAY ; .;Rf /ii\tf.mnfr'n_7t1A ./\f i'*,11.ff.R. ,.t/af an...t/tIilk!.t.U' t.- ,
of Second number is better than the first. It is better in preparing for the; conquest of the soil f1R1\1Rt which is so soon to,beg'n: This year
contents and better in the which it is -
paper on printed. will' be a record .breaker in the his

tory of farming in this District. Cot-
No magazine in the world ever made such a hits as; TJIE ton,will be raised 'on a larger scale, DIRECTORY

6! SCRAP BOOK. It is emphatically a new creation. If you have' cane will be one of the chief products .
r while truck farm products will be Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.
aboutirl not seen THE SCRAP BOOK you.are missing a good thing. Get it : raised ,by the carload. live stock Joppa Lodge, No.6. I.' 0.- O. F.

; to from your news dealer. It will give you more pleasure and interesting will be one of the features of thisyeark BILLS S meets every Tuesday. evening at 7:3fc
work among the ranchman I o'clock at Rafford Hall West Garde
facts for 10 cents than you have ever had in all your life. ha-re organized ,
The wool growers St. Visiting brethren are cordially In.
and will utilize all mcaern methods vited.
any7 On all NeWs Stands at 10 Centsor lu raising sheep while the cattle. men T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.

un.lpe.. from thet Publisher, Yearly Subscription $1.00 predict The Florala a prosperous Saw Mill season Company is J.31jan6m.W. GINGLCS Sec.

installing a plant for the extracting WITH CHECKS I

FRANK A. MUNSEY 175 Fifth Ave., New York pitch resin; pine.and sprits Thousands from of sawdust dollars and are Pensacola. Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
meets Monday at 7:30
mans.main. this in every evening
inverted by company
being o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
this enterprise which is separate and I over Pou stable. W. Intendencla St.
distinct from their big lumber :plantThe Hundreds of people now :pay all their bills by check
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
papa.: ........ -- naval stores men are active,
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from the want of -their grocery bills coal bills, telephone bills, light J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C.
S oudat will carry our commerce cheaper than and are not suffering I H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S
bills etc. It's somuch convenient to write
; thl competent labor Wages are good: more a
CLOSELY WATCHING FATE Americans can, let them do so and
pock the money. But what the War among this class of labor and the men check for the amount than to have to carry your Ratnbone Lodge No.

and Navy Departments want to knowis I generally, seem satisfied with their are money around in jour pocket. It's economical too, 30, K. of P., meets every

- OF SHIP SUBSIDY BILL whether in case of trouble In the I contented employment In while the nope the operators and belief I' for it keeps you from spending for many things 'you Thursday evening at 8:00:
, Far East, the Germans, Japanese,. in o'clock In their temporary
that spirits will retain its presentproftta.1 see as is often the case 'With jour money jourpocket
.. 1 French 'and English will be kinl '-, Castle Hall, over Pou stable
13 price: Small well accounts welcomed. ,
> as as large,
enough to transport our troops and W. Intendencia street.
The banks are in a flourishing condition
:-rlage.'arefu, the bill. But no such considerations supplies? their securities being safe anB Visiting knights are con
War and Navy Departments Much !actuate the departments of the Navy To an unprejudiced observer it solvent and the'r ti'epoEtits far above dlally welcomed.
and War. The'' Chinese situation Is would appear that perhaps the Interests -I the average for a town this size: J. D. KIRK, C. C.
al them and the of these nations conflict II storehouse C. J. LEVY K. of K. &: 8.
interested in Success or giving genuine concern might There. is not a vacant
part America will play in the next war with ours and their ship owners mf h1 .in ''Florala to-day and many new ones NATIONAL BANKOF
Failure of Matter. in the Far East is the subject of spec; find that they had other pressin'g business f are in process of construction Business !- FIRST Knights of Columbus.:
ulation by the entire civilized world.I to attend to at such a time. Such Is good amon''iin classes of merchants C Meetings of the
Postpone that war two years and let t:I possibilities are not expected to weigh and even the'proprietor of the Knights of Columbus:
has a the ship subsidy bill fail and America I much with the rabid friends of foreign one "Dago stand" says' that he Is as PENSACOLA. FLA. 1('" .p are held at their hall

drivelen COMMERCE AND LABOR! POSTOF will cut a sorry figure, say those most 1 steamship owners :who are apparently haopy EU he jvould:;09 In Athens. W HKsowcm..Pre.. W K HTBB.Jn,V.Pres.and CuMer.T. cia No. 8 West Intenden
!in familiar with the situation. determined to keep our com- Real estate maintains an active I .W BRiNTmdW. N.ROBERTS,Asst Cashlm. t street, on every
FICE, AGRICULTURE AND TREASURY I DrRECTOBS-F. 0. Brent W. A. Blount, W. H. Knovrlea. W.K. H/er Jr.. Monday evening at
arbors: rise and the values are on
Situation in Pacific. I merce in the hands of our competitors and steady D. Q. Brent.
DEPARTMENTS FAVOR "There, will not be an oceangoing, but they may :be seriously con the increase to., such an extent that 7:30 o'clock. Aa In
Jgett.ilor.. merchant steam vessel in the foreign! sidered by those who have the inter there are but two dwellings town to visiting Knights.vitation; Id extended
, PASSAGE OF THE BILLRESULTOF ; that not ed. One of theseis -- ----- -
trade and flying the American flag ests of their country at heart and are occvrp1 JOHN
1. C. on the Pacific Coast in two years if I who do not go on the theory that in' being repaired and the other, is a.sflnall EDM. FOX. B. JONES
!. No. SHIP SUBSIDY BY JAPAN. the ship subsidy bill is not passed time of war. even with our tremen- two room house among the Recorder. Grand Knight.

Hear.Pat.[ and quickly," said an American ship.. dous resources, we can sow a bimch negro quart em. Seven nice dwelling
here business with the War, of steel-plates at night and an houses are eing erected to be occu
owner on reap Wo. ..110:1.C. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0.--
). 17; The staff of the of fully manned and pied by their owners
Special to The Journal. Department. general auxiliary navy of Hartford paid Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F..
I car 'Washington, D C., Mar 14.No secret army made a careful investigation ol equipped vessels the following day. Mr. John Stanley .W.LAMAR, PresidentM. JOHN PFEiffER Assistant Oath'sr. meets every Thursday evening at 7:3!
Hotel last
for the Magnolia
Is made of the fact that the Wai the subject and, in a comprehensivereport $2,800.00 E. CLARK.Vice-President and' Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier, at the new hall on West Garden
will transform it into an
es. week an a'
and Navy Departments are closeljwatching detailed the possible needs oi MEETINGS, AT MILTON street. Visiting brethren cordially
3. the fate of the ship subsidy army transports. The general boardof VERY ENTHUSIASTIC apartment'house. I Invited. E. GREENBLATT
Dr.. R U Miller who has moved into AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
bill and are apprehensive lest the navy, of which Admiral DsowE'Y'is his handsome new residence on i I THE J. NEVILLE. Secretary.
the foreign steamship lobby which,, president did likewise and both ,
Special to The Journal. 'Fourth street, sold his five room cot- OF PENSACOLAFLA.
iargaly through free transportation to have endorsed practlcaUY'any proposition Milton Mar. 14.-The evangelistic tare on Fifth F-treet- for SI.400.00. Daughters of Rebekah.
Europe and elsewhere, it is said, is that will give America snips meetings that opened here last Sat- Dr, Fred Jtaat has located the city DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Naomi Lodge, No., 10, Daughters pf '
exerting such a powerful Influence on Their representations appealed to the with offices in the Bank of Florala Rebekah. meets every Monday nightat
urday night, at opera. house bj
the press and public men to crush the senate and doubtless will to the house Evangelist Rev. Heinricb. Kegel. ol, buildIng. CAPITAL STOCK, $260,01)0.) SURPLUS, $69,911. 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting .

remnant of our once world-famed merchant for in face of the demands of patriot- Pensacola have created a religiousinterest C. M. Powell who was called to oz- DIRECTORS. sisters cordially Invited to be pres
,r Its navy shall succeed and the ism not even the subsidized agents of never witnessed before in ark last week by the Illness of his ent. .

.1 fact'nnot .American' flag utterly disappear from foreign: lines can honestly: believe that I Milton wife has returned His wife is much Henry I.. Covlnflton, Frank Reilly, f, E. Browner, MRS. PEARL, WITKOVSKI, ''
foreign waters. It is a matter of cold they can succeed In defeating this! The 'enthusiasm among church go- improved. J. M. Pfelffer W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lunar, MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec.
blooded business with these depart measure. But if they do what will be ers and non- hurch goers alike Is, J, W. l Barnes is spending the week Bryan Durmody, T. F. McGourin J. R. :Sunders,
mnts. The Department of Commerceand the situation on the Pacific? Japanis bearing its natural results, and at Andalusra. A. M. "very. W. ".Milton. 0. E. Maura, M' E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
Labor favors the bill because its reaching out after ships, anywhere, hate already been converted. many About a hundred Florala folks went W. U Cawtlion. Dr. W. J. Hannah MvHenzle Oertlng, third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
passage will increase our commerce everywhere. The Japanese merchant The meetings will be continued to DeTuniak last Saturday and withthe Alex fttcGewln, C. M* Covlngton M. E. Clark. m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten
which is the special charge of that marine Is the most completely subsidized exemption of the miserably train dencia street. *
nr ht this week, closing Sun-
department The Postoffice Depart. In the world. The government day every nIght. A special feature will t? service they report' an excellent tlm*. Accounts of Banks Individuals,Corporations and Firma Solicited. A. G. FELL, Prei.
cient is behind it because It means gives bounties of from eight to twelve a Mr T. J. Britton will leave next J. U SWEENEY. Sea
Sunday morning at 11 .
sermon Four Paid Time
Interest Deposits.OvNNiNN4NN
the for vessel of two months to par cent en
establishment of new lines and dollars per ton every ocean "Mind\ Your Business month for a visit
pel the expediting of our malls. The Department built In Japan., When in operation It Subject New York ,City. W. O. VV.
J the of subsidizes them for every: hundred E. T. Gentry of Birmingham is in -
Agriculture favors it as A Safe Cough Medicine for Children., Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. y. W.

ontmng ,new and markets the Tasnry for our: Depart.farmproducts miles. :And just this recovering with a teeming from an population exhausting In buying a cough medicine for children the the city.most He progressive declares that town Florala in Alabama Is. -.-.... ..t..s..... ... .........Eo W. MENEFEB Caaler.R. .N..N Wednesdays meets in Pythian in each Hall month.1st and Visiting 3rd
be afraid to REESE President.!'
J. S.
buy Chmber.laln.s
never f
t'r meat because Increased commerce war and the cheapest of la- sovereigns cordially Invited.
, M. CART VIce-PresldenL
weans increased receipts at the custom bor. As a result, Japanese shipping Cough Remedy. Ther: is no J. N. McClung' owner of the Electric : F. A. BOGHICH. C. C.
house. from 160,000 tons in 1890 to danger from it and relief is always Light' Plant and Ice Factory is In BANK OF PENSACOLA.
In fact, the Departments t increased THE PEOPLE'S LESLIE E. BROOKS, C!-rk.Woodman's .
sure to follow. It is especially valuable after his Inter
ot Justice and of the Interior 830,000 in 1004. It has now afloat in the city looking many
are the steamships for colds croup and whooping 0 Qlrectors-L J.. R'eves, J. >6. Reece, W. DeC. Kessler.j R. M. Cary,
"tm ones not foreign commerce more
directly interested and ; cough. For sale by all druggists estsMin Page, of Gasklns was in the' t \V. D'Alemberte.. T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. Circle.
States. Incidentally
not therefore heartily: in support of than the United facts related?-I .city last? week returning home on] 1 TRANSACTS' A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. W. O. W. C., Oal ;lrove, No 4,
t -do the two appear -- ---"
; its foreign commerce has expanded OO Friday Dr. G. F. Petrey has let the contractfor ..................................... .. .. .. .. 3 p. in., 2d floor Pythian Hall overPou
in 1854 to $3i2.I ,-
177,000,000 Marine Co. s stable on Intendencia street
Fifth It
Grocery his home on avenue. 1
facts' of absorbing new
These are
DON'T WAITUNTIL 000 in 1904. ad'd'tlon to the Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.
will be quite an
' interest Iln connection with rE'si'l Guardian 2
Langford Mrs.
'ER Mrs. Loons: ;
YOU-RE the situation in the Orient. Few 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St- d Manning nce section Bailey of the city.a npanied bv: L M.bUfhINFLLeustes.oRuay: PBPmU'1'. llfMSroaSMOBBKO.: s.I.i IDmr.Oannu,. I M. B. Olsen. Clerk.
doubt that Japan will some day pro- Phone: 725. R.
before for 'Montromery -,
setting a bottle of Hostetter's a sort of a "Monroe Doctrine"for Dr.: Spears left yesterday National Bankof
tsstd stomach Bitters. Get it today and by claim China and that China will accept V. J. VIDAL, Manager., where an operation for appendldtl. Citizens
llit ng a dose before meals keep well it. Japan has already driven Russia .' -will be performed on him by PensaeoU, Florida. I Pensacola, St. Andrews and
and hearty This is the secret of the f absorbed Oorea. Dr. Hill. DlttCJOPS.Geo.W.Vn .
and gracefully
.. toad: health back THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO Baron Frlc Ton Axelson of Laurel L. mitmOrMB. I
: of thousands of persons. which it is'now., ana-conda-l1ke, digesting Hill was in town this wek. H* is ,ht. Morn Bear. T.E: "Welles BlxM Robinson- I Gulf Steamship Co.

! Hostetter'sStomach ., Now the Japanese are biddingfor EAT much pleaded with the sugar cane A GENERAL BANKING BVSINtSS TRANSACTED TARPON
oceangoing vessels I STEAMER
what few ,
*look for this season
u. of
Bitters America has on the Pacific coast. It Just Received: Pensacola and FloralaIs ..
A. Hall of -
T. "
Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch W. G:, BARROW Mat r.FIRSTCLASS
Is not denied that it has options on substantial In-
Is the best health maker and perserv- our line to Australia and no secretis 50 kite of fancy Mackerel." 125 per vest making.mendrs' in pomp Flcrala very dirt "Tom" as PASSENGER; AND

"I'* ever discovered and always cures made by. the owners that if the kit famillarlknown. is verv prt' ,,- CC) data Maass' FREIGHT SERVICE i
he is M.Ca.r. :
Colds Salmon $125 'kit. II OA.EI: s."
50 kitf per r.
Grippe General Dcbihty subsidy bill fails 'they'wiJl sell lar with our folks and we are glad Pros. -Detwftn-
Indigestion 50 kits halibut ins: Jl-25 per kit, WhoUuIa and Xetall: Dealer ia
or Ills. May Sell to Japan.It to have him exnress his faith in our
-- Is generally believed the Japanese 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, this manner. Domestic Anthracite PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHiCOLA
kitBloaters little city In Steam, ,
I have options on the Pacific mail II25 pet Milkers and.. Roes Herring ,Col; .7.':D. Bailey >a.. returned from and Blacksmith COAL CARRABELLE. ST. AN

\Va cMD: for steamers them; in also.any Now,event the they owners have bid of Codflsn.: Pickled Salmon Dill Pickle. business, visit to Ozark. Office No" 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 91.Y DREWS. MILLVlLLE.

the line from Puget< Sound to Hawaii German Sauer Krout., The Original. .rl comer Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 8 and "37* And all point on St Andrews Bay,
All PigS Feet In kits. $100 .
kinds that you want. to Carr b&lIe and Apal. hlcola.
declare they will be compelled Manewll and Lange's Fruit Cake. Foley &: Co, Chicago originated SCHEDULE
withdraw their :ships If the bill is I National: Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake. 25e honey and Tar as a throat and lung Fei>ucola Sanda< 5:30 j
3J OAK beaten. That will leave the Pacific per pound. remedy and on account .of the great ,Leave Mobile. AIL
AND coast denuded of American vessels We handle the celebrated blends ot merit and popularity of Foley's B Leave Penaacola. Tuesday. 8:30 p.
rb and in case of trouble In China or the Coffee: roasted by the Gulf City. CoffeeCo. Honey and Tar many imitations are for St Andiewi. MmvlUe. ApaSuklcola. -
it cheaper than you can buyIt Philippines where will the: navy get ,. H. P. Chlpman. Manager. offered for the genuine. These worthless WINDOW Carrabelle and Intermediate ;
xrle anywhere. Any size you- Its ,colliers and the army: Its transports Oaxnca. 35c lb.: Gold Standard. 25e imitations have similar sounding SHINGLES SASH DOORS GLASS.
. want. ? This Is what Is now giving the Ib: Diamond Blend. 25c Ib; Golden names. Beware of then The genuine MATERIAL. 90fot additional laformatloa apply 1 J
m officials of these departments concern. Rio. 20c lb.Strlctl Foley'a Honey and Tar is in a yellow BUILDING J. R SADNDRRS,
E. Those who scout the'suggestion of an ,.. fresh roasted and as good: package Ask for it and refuse B. B. COBB. President
G. SEWELL American merchant marine take the as any. Coffee sold in this 'ctt,..; any. substitute It is. the beat remedyfor Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVAS. CO. Gen. Frt and Pass.Pensacola. .1st

ground that If English. French German Send us your orders and we will deliver coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alem.b .. JTJerry ..

U Phony 614. and Japanese ,subsidized ships promptly. rte, druggist and apothecary. 4


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I PEOPLE and EVENTS i Old :|: Amusements I ruru ru

HomesteadFLAPJACK i "' 1.M,, fl ..1I

I ] Seen, Heard and Done. Among Those Who Go, Come and f I r Beginning Harris-Parkinson Monday night.Stock: March Co. 19,,, 1 oNACJHI.MLA.N run 01

the Harr's-Parkinson: Stock Company N

__ __ _____ ___ __ __ opera bouse. 1 -.--' .'
I This company is w!ll known In Pen'sacou

JtAFl By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. FLOUR :. and for the past season the Exclusive ww
1 excellent line of royalty plays ar.d
j ms ixam a\a* s<3xaas .' !r players they have brought here Is a I ,-

.,-4' A SCIENTIFIC BLEND OF I r guarantee that Pensacolians shall fjrj
4 MARCH. I again enjoy a solid week of the Mgher -

: J blow ,bow! blow, 7he Jourjia/'s Daily Fashion Feature Wheat, I Mr.class Robert of plays H. at Harris:cheap, prices.who Is a. I rJ

For the force< ot the wind 1 is mine;; # great favorite with theatre-goers, has 1 Ladile' Oo.ntfntter
Corn surrounded himself this season with
I bluster, but let you know ill
an exceedingly strong cast and witha =
; while called unbenign, I w
I clear the earth of her wintry dearth, Oats. : new line of plays! management -
And usher in sweet spring; I .1 I looks for even 'a largr week's business w --: u

I cry the birth of vernal mirth, No I than the Harris-Parkinson people N .. .- .
salt .
yeast or baking pow- ru
birds I played to last season. ;"
And blithe bring.
song der is#
required. Makes delicious I The openng; production will be a N of 'Montgomeryt-
""Flap Muffins I f V .
Jacks and Gems.
II of"Hearts
I blow, blow blow, I complete scenic production w
And ray whistle is sharp and shrill,.; TWO POUND PACKAGE 10c.ROSENAU&GERELDS of the B'ue' Rid! ,;e." a heartrsndeilngstory ruw
'And though )ou call me foe, that appeals to every one. In w ..
t For adding ache to ill, r- ths! play Mr. Harris will be seen in N
i l'rouse the bed where Flora's head the ro'e of Jack Rose, one that is well
Li wrapped in dismal sleep f suited for his style of acting. Amongthe exhibiting:''and: to-morrow at flJi

lAna bid her awake to gladly take vaudv'lle]) features this season are 1 1g
, At the great sun a peep. The Phelps-Cullenlbine!' Trio of singers
the Escambia the
grandest line of Silk
and dancers who carryall their own r fll

2 blow blow. blow tage scenery for each of their acts;

. But I only stay for a time, the mus'cal team. of Fayne and Tyson IB' Eton Suits Silk Shirt Waist Dresses 8

i LAnd leave )OU as I go The Fancy Grocers, ; the song illustrators. LcCompt; i ,
I To nature's growth sublime; and Leffler, and the wonderful American -,

So let noshame; upon my name I I Phone 391 Pens.cola. Bioscope. Popular prices prevail ((3 Linen Eton Suits and Wash Dresses fll
4 Come from untutoied soul durn: ; this engagement.: 'Seatson .
, JWhea In my ill a greater will U : : sale Saturday. N jjj
ily very breath control -- of all kinds well hundred
----. .- ,- ------c;. Seibel's Dog and; Pony Show. I IrJ as as an different fi

'1 blow, blow! blow. ** $ The dog and pony show is headed fjj

For I do as I am told: $ '. this way., It is a new one, a big one N styles of Lawn Lingerie Linen 111
I !But when th :
vernal glow / PIANOS AND ORGANS. *' and a. great one that is according to ,
It I leave jou to behold $0 CASH OR EASY TERMS. *!'an I On Wednesday and N N

Say- his best behest Knew it was the ( -- r'' # All CLUTTER Piano Work; Guaranteed. '* Thursday reports.of nxt week Feibel Bros. .9 Silk and Net Waists and Separate W
Trained Animal exhibition, the latest
Or else voice were still, 12 EAST y fj
aspirant for dog and show fame,
Say his behest is not always your best'Although.twere will. gi* PHONE-- 476.- #*I will give two exhibitions pony daily at m Skirts of every kind, color and descrip- fll

c grounds on West Garden street. This

BAPTIST LADIES-+-MEET aI ) -- -- --- -- ---- dog Pensacola and pony before show, ths has: being never? its visited first !H tion. The Ladies are cordially invited W

annual tour through the south, but thatit J.Y. 'N
WITH MRS. WEEKLY ant visit with Mr>' Young's sister
The ladies of the Missionary! Society Mrs. A. E. McDavid.: left Wednesday is one of_the very best shows of its to call and see this wonderful show of
of the Baptist church will! m *er morning for New Orleans and other kind on the road is vouched for by
S this afternoon 'With Mrs.V.. W. points en route home. long and creditable'criticisms in other
iWeelcly at her new hmtt 503 Gu'lle-:I 1p; southern city dailies. iSeibel styles.
marde. / 1/ -4- gun their season in Milwaukee, Wis., i
-+- // /, Mhs, Ethel Bowyer and Miss Trice,, this ;rear, under the auspices of the
'who have spent a few days with Pen.
i EXCELSIORS MET WITH Human Society of the state, and N.
MRS. N. c. MCMILLAN.Mrs. sacola friends leave to-day. for their over 40,000 people were in attendance
Culerc.til1! n entertained home in Mississippi.: during the week. Seven weeks leaaaaaaaaaassaaaaaaaeaaaan! !

the Erceislor Flinoh Club Wednesday I spent 4n the larger cities resulted

- afternoon, at her pleasant l favne.Notwithstanding Blue Ribbon Van'lla: is absolutelypure In' a away-business at every
the heavy rain and so highly concentrated that performance, which is a triumph never .................................................

a falling there was a Roc-a attendance .... only a small quantity is requIred and before recorded in tent show his f :
and the game wa* enjojable.! -' the "B'ue! Ribbon Flavor" is' perfect.. tory. Ther are about two hundred
The hostess served a ddictous two '\ educated animal actors with the Sei-! ; :: As Soon As You :

course ]lunrheon of salads! and sweets o bel .outfit and the, ring! performanceIs .
1 after the !' b Dance Thursday. .
game gracefully assisted: ) said to be the wonder of every
I her sister Mrs. A. II. Mc lmm. The Dance at C. K. of A..Hall Thursday, snowman, -and the delight of every I Get Tired :
club -will meet nest 'week with Mrs I March 15. Admission'35 cents; ladies I, spectator who has seen it. Sleeping, f
: W. L. Hahn SOT Fast Strong. I frea. .
TACKlES SUPRISED The Art of F.rgetting.I on that knotty mattress and squeaky old springs Just :
Simple house and home dinner ice are separate, which 'ts of \ IiIac. That'Cot Cork hare heard
perm B *a men and women say, the trash
S MR. AND MRS. WALKER. I : dump them_ on pile and let 'us send you a :
frocks are nowadays quite a factorin the use of different; 'uimpes or no Thousands of meu,1vionien and children "could be nappy now if I could only .
; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walker: .
- WNI the average woman's wardrobe. guimpe at all. as the wearer chooses I iu the mountains of Spain and forget the past" Be kind to yourself
I of their friends surprised Tuesday by f'H'nlng. fifty The i These necessarily need not be of expensive The bodice three graduated' tucks in the Portugal are employed in cutting cork. and 'forget 1t." Do not try to do so in I Victor Spring Absolutely Noiseless and a I

'visltsn: were all in "lackey" costume i materials but be which drapes easily over the..It is a domestic trade and it occupies a labored, strenuous way, but gently ,
they can feather
?l and brought quantities of "tacke;>'"I made attractive oned tight lining Into th a I whole] villages. .&g t8rom.lthe fac- suggest: to' yourself a dozen times a
on and becoming high folded are
;J refreshments girdle matched by: tories and export houses of Seville and, If that | Felt Mattress Luxurious Comfortyou'll
and music. lines from inexperiens've, '! materials. those in the full, puffed elbow sleeve, day necessary you are happyIn i
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, who were Any of the soft, pretty fabrics which with frill of -deep lace as a pretty: Lisbon go through the mountain villages the "eternal now" and not burdened -
quietly ensconced for an evening or the shops are showing at comparatively finish. Any one of the new pleated I cacti year buying up the corks in down with disagreeable thoughts of :: :

L :quiet reading cordially welcomed small figures will make up well after or circular skirt models would go well I enormous quantities It is not unusual the past In ,learning the "art of for- : pronounce them the finest ever and be: sorry you :
; their guests and soon harf the ho-ise this mod?. The guimpe! and bod- with such a waist for an agent to purchase 5,000.000 none getting" you will form the wholesome hadn't gotten them before. Victor Spring $4.50; Felt .
brilliantly and
Later In the evening electrically they illuminated<'ontribut- I journey. The corks as purchasedin habit of remembering things worth : Mattress $7.50 and $12.50. We are sole agents for the ti
, ed I : the native villages ret of all sizes I knowing and thereby bring harmony celebrated Ostermoor Felt Mattress, 15.00 and $15.50.MARSTON&QUINA .
: "tackey"a eurpris refreshments? by supplementing by sen ing the delicious Babe, Miss Edna Smith, Miss Dora LI warlike creature Miss Illlie Terry. and qualities. /They1 are' sorted in the : peace and contentment: into your lIfe.- i
Weber Miss Maude Armstrong. Miss! The prizes were, a:. pair of little cities and after .
cakes' and wine. being packed are M...J. Lorimcr Suggestion.
Ethel Lehr, Miss Annie Anderson
< ,
I shoes for 1> feet"
and Whisk with
Mr. W. R. Fell and Miss Annie e shipped by the ton. Once here many i
; Mrs. W. F. Ward, Mrs. Agatha L the admonition to "brush i
.' '!Anderson won the prizes for the Bucher (of Missouri), Mr. and Mrs,. up7 of them are recut by hand at the rate m Followed iBBtrwetloa. ,
tackiest costumes. The party danced Jack McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Dave -- of twenty gross a day. So.fastidious A lady going from home for the day
i till a late hour, and the notable costumes Deloneyt Mrs. F, C. Armstrong (ol RECEIPT FOR A KISS. \ are some bottlers that the cork importers locked everything up carefully and for i I 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. j

were those of Miss Lorene Illinois), Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Long,, i I To one peice of dark piazza add a m I have to keep In their employ the grocer's benefit left a card on the
Mrs. T. W. Jones, Mrs. !Uohn Holts,'little! light, in two strong ones press ment several cork cutters to recut such
Mrs. Kate Langley Miss I'ollii! } Darlington '.'I'gently one small soft hand. Sift two I corks as do not suit customers back"All door.out. Don't leave anything," It :...................................................i

., ounces: of attraction, one of -
i Mrs. D. W. Scott. Mrs. G romance read. .LI
L. Payne. Mr. Jim Townsend Mr..I ann a large measure of fOlly stir it 11a ,
Arab cad Portrait On her return she found her house
floating ruffle and one or two whlsj TWO ALPHABET LETTERS.
Charlie Bobe Mrs C. B. Barn ttti. -
: I Mr. George Jones, 'Tr. Arthur Lorendahl. -::1 j pers dissolve half a dozen glances I In An artist who found It difficult to get; ransacked and all her choicest posses '-'

.Logcabin !. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Fell!,I a well of silence, dust In a small quantity pictures of Arabs In Morocco writes:: sions gone. To the card on the door
:1 Mr. Bob fc eeting., :Mr. Willie Farine,t of hesitation, one ounce of resist "1 once tried to sketch some Arabs la, was edded. "Thanks. We baven't left .Addition to the Lbt.

Mr. Charlie Miller, Mr. Paul Thompson. ::1, ence, two of yielding, place the kteses!I Algiers. They constantly evaded me much." It is a fact sot ao well known but
1UI.1- ion a flushed cheek or two lips flour r and at last an old Moor with whom that It may be said to be curious that
t 'with a silent scream and set aside tc I we were on the terms Had t. Creep.
friendly produced the
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) !'TIdpIeL MISS ELIZABETH'S SIXTH cool.mate -where This will directions succeed in any cli by constant bargaining for embroidered ''"Why do you say A blush crept over to our atpbabet The ]letter J I IOur'

BIRTHDAY'' PARTY. followed.-Exchange. are carefully r rags, spoke to me on the matter the face of the fair plaintiff asks only came late general use during the
like a father, for good. 'It is not' the editor.
Little Elizabeth my time of the commonwealth say between
dainty daughter
be said that harm will to "Because," explains the society editor
any ensue 1649 and 1658. From 1630 to
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Hale Wilson The ladies of Psnsacola Chapter '
i Syrup I entertained a number of her little;t fU. D. C.. who had charge of the those whose picture you make. It is "there was so much powder on ber 1646 Its use is exceedingly] rare, and I
friends last evening ,from 3 to 6 in cake sale are to be congratulated up: you yourself will suffer inconvenience face the blush had to creep or else it have never jet seen a book printed

celebration of bar sixth birthday! at: on their great success, as they sold I i In the next world. Allah will say to, would raise too much dust!" prior to 1652 in which It appeared.In .
t \ We have secured the sole I the home of her parents 500 East De out at once clearing the comfortable you: "Following your own will and the century immediately] precedingthe

I V agency for Towle's .Log Soto. .I sum of $41.00 for the.Soldiers- Homeat pleasure you have made those figures.I GRAND TO LIVE seventeenth it became the fashionto
The children had a gay time pla Jacksonville. now command give them souls."
'you tail the last 1 when Roman
And the Last Laugh is Always the numeralswere
, \ Cabin Map'e' Syrup guaranteed ins games-until) the fight of the beautiful -I I +, And where, my friend will you be, Best. used, as in this example] vilj for Stationery Attracts Attentionas
t ta.bleand tbe
big birthday cake "*
Mrs. C. S. Bonacker left last then?
1 I even "Six'months I would have laughed 8 or xii in place of 12. This fashion
absolutely akh its six ,candles} diverted their ago Wu
pure ting to spend several. weeks with relatives ] surely as a magnet draws steeL
minds. What a Jolly time they ha.1o'er in Lakeland. at the' idea that! there could he any still lingers but only In physicians'prescriptions
1- and put up In "log cabin" their ice cream and cake. But,, Woman Wa. Made From aa Elm Stick thing better for a table beverage than I believe. Where the stand for everything in stationery
I the real consolation for having to ,I .In the Scandinavian myth of the origin coffee,'* writes an Ohio woman-'"now French and everything we stand for is W(
911 Mrs. Charlie use.j It has the power of s as
cans at nae Mr.
the 'and Paul I
t. following home was. that Mrs. Wilson sent Boyden of the of woman Odin. Vill and Ve, the I laugh.. to. know there Is." we use it In the word "vision." What quality. Just as pure water is look
. them i in carriages that not navy yard are guests I; three sons of Dot,. talking alongthe ] 'Since childhood I drank coffee as I
might were
prices: .they of their cousin Mrs. W. C. Walker. : nation was the first to use it as a new ed for from a crystal spring, so tie!
get their feet damp. sea bench when they found two freely as any other member of the .
: letter is an interesting but perhaps unanswerable finest things to be had for money ar)
t Quarts 45c. -+- sticks of wood one of ash and one of family. The result was a puny, s'ck-! -
Mr. Young and Miss Young of San elm. Odin and his brothers were gods ly girl, and'as I grew into womanhood query. sought at our store, and the expecta
MRS. MOOG ENTERTAINED Antonia Tex., who have had a .pleas-: : I did afflicted In a like manner the printers and stationery
j One-half/Gal./ 85c. MARRIED of coarse but the sight of the stick- not ga.1n in health, but was tion is never disappointed. Our -
: LADIES EUCHRE. caused them to wish that they could with heart trouble' a weak and I language makers of the latter part of world Is the whole thing, nota
Mrs. Alfred Moog entertained the disordered stomach wrecked nerves the sixteenth century began to recognize hemisphere. Everything from a 5-
Gallons $7.65. Married Ladles Euchre Wednesday: carve other gods from the inanimate: and a general breaking down, till last: the fact that there was a sound In cent tablet to the most elegant of polite

} afternoon. Mrs. Max Bsar won the wood. They forthwith set about the winter, at ,the age of 38 I seemed to spoken English which was without a stationery. .
first prize which was a lovely rock task with the result that they made a ,
be on the of
vefge consumption.
There is nothing representative In the shape of an alphabetical
more crystal vase, and Mrs. Max Klein's living mau out of the ash stick and a, friends greeted me with 'How bad you HOOTON'S PHARMACY

:. delicious (and nowadays substitute, the second' a Bohemianvase. No Better female biting In godlike form, equallyas look! What a terrible color!,' and first sound sign in the or word character"wet", as in'the< The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
Miss! Brickman of Montgomerywon lively as the man oat of the elm billet this was not very comforting.The 1100.
; there is nothing so rare) the guest priz a 'pretty hat pin. I doctors and patent medicinesdid Prior to that time it had always been
A number of the ladies I I spelled) as "vet" the v the -=-
visiting young I me absolutey'! no good. I was having long -----
" as pure maple syrup. This[ were present, including Miss iBjnrfoM to the Memory. thoroughly'discouraged. sound of u or of two u's together. In
! Brlckman Miss Rosensweis of Nashville -!I Steaks "Then I order to convey an idea of the new
, \ is guaranteed to be absolutely Besides Inattentive reading there,are gave up coffee and com
Tenn., Miss Lehman, of Greenville other thIngs injurious to memory. One menced Postum Food Coffee. At first sound they began to.spell such wordsas W. Take
Ala] Miss Rosenau of Louisville ,
] pure and full measure. Ky..* Miss Edna Frenkel of Atlanta --;, Is the habit; of skimming over newspapers I didn't like It. but after a few trials "wet." "weather," "web," etc.,with

and Miss Hose Levy, and re-.I' Than those at the Kandy all in a confused jumble, never to, and following the directions exactly,,; two u's, and as the u of that date Pride InEvery
i be it was grand. It was refreshing and was a typical T the three words above
mainej to dinner, several young men. Kitchen. We buy the best and thought of again, thus diligentlycultivating
.. calling later spent the evening most juciest steaks to be bad and a habit of careless reading satisfying. In a couple of weeks I I looked like this: "Yvet," Tveather." Collar
q employ the best cooks in'Pensa- noticed a great, change. I became Vreb."
agreeably. I : hard to break says Home Chat Another *
, After the game of orthographic; terminal -,I I cola. Comes higbut! the Is the reeding of trashy novels.- stronger troubled, with my brain forgetfulness clearer, I was in coffee not After awhile the typefounders recognized that leaves this laundry.
"Kate"-"Advocate" for In- steaks come good. It's no wonder Nothing Is so fatal to reading with .times, of endurance the fact that the double a bad You can pick out any collar
stance, Mrs. Mood's charming and:I we sell so many-when a profit as the habit of running through more than niypower doubled. The heart trou-was come to stay, so they joined the two of the thousands that
clever sister introduced "The Dictionary -I fellow eats one he always week
story after story and forgetting them ble and indigestion disappeared and n's together and made the characternow leave here every
Girls" 'Who made their atebut In comes back and gets another- .
I a perfectly
Sol Calm and It will be as
f & Go the most delightful way. 1;I 50. 60. 75 and SO cents.. Oar as soon as read.: my nerves became steady and strong."I so well known as w. I have one Ironed as tho we bad
: began to take an interest in book in which three forms of the
There was that sweet girl Miss Car.; Ice Creams are unsurpassed. L w Intended it as a specimen l. things about me. Housework and The first is
rie Mell that disagreeable! girl Miss M Directors."Our are given. an old double Better let UJ
for exhibit
( : The Pure Food Store Annie Moslty that very pleasant 1!] cashier seems to be a frugal homemaking became a pleasure. Myfriends r (w); the next la one In which the do
girl Miss Jennie Rosity. that smoothej chap" have marveled at the change last stroke of the first r crosses the yours.

young woman, Amelia OUatton that -How so?' and when they enquire what broughtit first stroke of the second and the
[ Southwest Corner Palates' and Intendencla clear case of girl Miss E. Lucy Date, .. "Always brings his lunch with him about I answer 'Postum 'FOOd Coffee third Is the common w we use today. The Star Steam
the "not orthodox" Miss P. A. and nothing else in the world."
; girl and eats It his "
at desk.
Kitchen : -New York News.
:J. Radox one of the best Miss ElIte Kandy Cafe "Hum. That be frugality and Name given by Postum Co., Battle Laundry. I
Phones I J g Gant. Then there 'Was that musical it be his Creek )Uch.,
I may fear of leaving books
girl :Miss Sara Nada that profound 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 Better have him Investigated at "! There's a reason. Read the lit- SHRIMP, FINE FRESH HEADLESS 37 ESarflen St Phone 1HPAGE -
girl :Miss Meta Physics; that great tIe b Ok.The Road Wellville," in ONES AT JOE ROTH'S TAR- Pensacola.etF Fin
blr r' Miss Ellie Pbant and that I -Philadelphia] Bulletin. pk s." RAGONA AND -GOVERNMENTSTS.


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A Little HouseofOne's CHEAP DeLuna ,Street :MAKE MONEY"Others HOOTON '& WATSON.

are doing it, while you only

Mercbant 'and:others look on." Get ''busy with your Idle Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Cx
1 Six small dwellings one block from considering change of money and let us help you to double
1 Own Palafox on lot 70x150; renting for $540 location, should- see Itby: Investing in real estate. '

per year what we have to:offer Leading Real'Estate, Rental and l Insurance Agency

''U $4500.00 'on the new, !;street;We There was never a more, favorable
Is a far more enviable possession than can now contract to time to buy and make money In Pen-

U a palace belonging to another. We are in paying position rent to for of LESLIE E. furnish a store office racpla real .estate than! right now.
U fer or building. to suit List of Desirable Property for Sale.Two
your special 'require Elegant jlttle home North Hill, ser. .

g REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ments lease or sale; vant's house on lot all conveniences

Liberal Terms : or the land: only for ... .. .. .. .. .. ...... ....$lOOt
on RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY immediate'' v' improve- story brick building; centrally located Just off of Pa'! *ox
U ........ street..
,,'. ment on lines subject tAn exceptionally desirable home on .$10.5oOOO
,. : '. LOANED. to our appro tal. Also East Hill all modern improvements,, One of the mpst desirable building lots on North 11111 on, a corn ".

M Residence Property have an ideal'\ site for large lot..... .. .. .. .. ....$4500 'fronting south near car line 100 by 150 .$3.7J1".CO
204Vz S. Palafox St, Fisher!! Bui d ng. large hotelWill / 'Two story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet on Nc th

U Lot: on W. Romana street, foot of' Hill.. .. '.. .... .. .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ...$3.15v.OQ
U -that is. a few pieces listed with us. ''A reasonable Phone 462.- Spring street and close to proposednew i i--.,A desirable and very comfortable one story six,room dwelling with

first payment and small payments thereafter makes you Be ,As depot good 'money In this $4000 all modem conveniences, on the car line West Gregory Street, lot
U the owner. Ask us for particulars. 80 by 144.3000.00

U REAL ESTATE 5 beautiful lots corner 9th ave.,andJackson 'North half of block 67. ,New City Tract: 10 lots by 137 ft 6 Inches each:

Good Palafox. St... I.. ... '., .. .._,.$2.5p a :beautiful location overlcoking the bay; only one block from car -
30,000 acres wood 'lands 15 to '25 as' ; "w"ne.' 175000.
Pensacola Investment Splendid busin Tw0 story five room store and dwelling and one story four room
Company miles of Pensacola; cheap 'for' lsh x -building lot on
I and quick sale; also city property for Government St., opposite opera house" .dwelling corner lot, 60x170 near water front.- .. .. .. ..$4000.00
tJ .. .. .. .. We' have a few well located blocks in the New City Tract that
A. H. D'ALCMBERTE sale and rent. We want your real .. ....... ...$6300Two I we can
p City Manager.W. sell at from $325.00 to $500.00 per block any one of which is a bargain.
estate to rent or sell on best terms HcDayid-Hyer Company .
H.KNOWIXS, President R. B. SIMPSON, ret. for goodservice. ,I story "brick: building cornerTarragona
/ and Government Sts.$5500ILot I Those having prope ty, desiring to sell same, would find it to the'r!
J.E. SIILLMAN, V..PreL and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BYE, Treasurer. '*gente New Vork. advantage' to place sameln our bands as we have disposed of about

Kael Estate, Loans, General Inllestments.J H. T. CRAWFORD Life Insurance Company 77x180 W. Intendencia near $300,000 worth in the last',60 days. If you have funds to loan

8 'E. ,Government) Street. : Baylen St.. .. .. .0: .. ..,.$6300 consult:-us. If you desire in agent to collect your rents; or want!
J II 215 South Palafox. Street Pensacola, Florida. 315y5 South Palafox Street. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. fire I insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't
know who consult
owns same. us.
4 L-- -- Elegant block on North HilL 28 Iou
Want it?
for SaleS. .
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j WHEN YOU WANT NICE. JUICY WANTED 8 room. 2 story house 2 lots corner


and Fancy Groceries at living prices Hughes Strains; egg record. 240 per ,
i{ Mover, on the Square, a call or I have secured the services of E. E. pullet. The farmer's and fancier's .\ 6 room, newly'' papered and painted
j five No. 718. Liger and. will !be pleased to have chicken. Eggs for hatching. An all : house 5 lots. North Reus. between PHONE 54 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

\I pionc S'lii ;iO: pounds Standard Granulated all his friends to call and see h m. fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. Good Investments Cervantes and Stron .* .. ....$2750

t eugai $100 Country Pork ChickJ He is an expert barber. J. S. Dur ,1,'$2,,pens Nos. 2.and 5. $1.50 for,IS. {

,'ns aim Eggs a specialty. ham.: 211 E. Wright. 15marlw' Sunnyside Poultry Farm DeFuniak -:v 6 room cotta'ge.: all'modern conveniences .

1 J GOPHERS GOPHERS AT MOVERS. WANTEDPositlon wanted C by' fast- Springs ,Fla. .References" -anyone In close in.. .. .. ?. _. ... .$2400

5 B PHONE 718. class circular saw filer and hammer. ,the city, ISmarlm and Homes.A 1 Miscellaneous
J Reference furnished 'if necessary."Ad 12 room story. near Palafox St., Timber Lands
store and residence -
dress Filer care Journal. SALE-Grocery all conveniences.. ,. ".... ......$3150
I combined including stock
| HELP WANTED 15mar5t* EL E. lAger has
fixtures, etc; nice home good water BARGAIN Fine building lot, corner Zarragos- opened a first- lass iressmakin'
ARCHITECTURE,.Plans,Specifications one whole block under fence. Cas'uonly. shop at her residence, 238 West Government
: Seven room and hall house on North sa Florida Blanca St., .. ,, $850
I to do stenographic and details Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. street. '
would like
' WNTEID-Young man furnished for modern cot Hayne St. with 'all! modern conveniences and to have
j and other clerical 'Work. tages $5.00. Blue Prints of fine dwell"! Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. O. Box. 614. for $2 OO. Nice little house 'new'and well built and$$200,000 city property deals and for investment up; also farms or 3 our patronage. 13marlw.

f 1 1MH. E. Brooks. It ing drawn to suit the most fastidious. 13marlm East Main street.fronting bay"".$2500
.l 1 saw mill and turpentine locations virgin -
Chas. W. Howe, Bagdad, Fla. FOR SALE.-Turpentine location 25 Two cottages on East Romana St., : hardwoods HACK No 12-Always ready with goo4
pine timber ,
) \v.txpE0.-ActIve man wanted In 14marl2t crops boxes, ,timber to cut 15 crops No. &22 and 526,J rent for $8 a' month 4 room cottage near R. It. Shops, stock farms, 'etc. cypress Call on or address: reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro
tach county to exhibit demonstrate for II good neighborhood., '.. .. prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's EH
j A BARGAIN-Party. owning 6,000 will sell entire business or an interestto 600. 00 $1050 Sawmill and turpentine lanfi a spec change Phone 185. .
? line salary $18 20feblm
and advertise staple ; acres good mill timber mills l located good man with some money. Address 144 by 192 feet deep on East Gar laIty: Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fla.
\ vn''kh', $3 per day for expenses. No on same will sell outright, or an "Florida" care Journal. den street 14400. Cottage at Fisherville.. ....$1200 CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly
f tapiial required. Honesty and sobrie- llmarlOt I
interest to practical man with some filled for roses, carnations flower .
- 1 n' more essential than experience. Na. noney. Address "Owner Pensacola FOR SALE-Two-story house contain- 5 room cottage and reception hail. 3 room house on big lot near depot, and designs of all kinds. Miss Berth
1 tonal Co., 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia (\Journal. llmarlOt. ing eleven rooms, corner lot. &5x back and front gallery closets house. -good Investment.. .. .. ..' ,...$650 TURNER&AYMARDReal Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.

.. "mar WANTED-Everyone to know that 120. For information apply 501 W. new and in good condition large lot,I Ion'
395x236 Brent road opposite Gould- TAILORING-B. L.
Chase. llmar North 8th avenue between 11th
: W.\XTED-Local representative la The Great New Fox Visible Typewriter and 12th street a bargain at $1200. i Ing per front foot.. .. .. .. .. ..$1.50 Estate and Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and
. Pensacola to look after renewals and has been received by F. tf. FOR SALE}-Four room house with IT I repaired on short notice. No. 11%
: increase subscription list of a prominent Bruce and is now on display at No. 28 bath at Goulding. with two lots. Corner"8th avenue and 12th street I 10 acres opposite Oakfield on Hard Abstract Company, West Government St., Pensacola. Fla.

monthly magazine. on a salary East Government All interested are Apply to L. M. DavIs P. O. Box 633 5 room and hall cottage pantry back and road.. .. .. ...._ .. ..........$500 Idee
: ,tad commission basis. Experience cordially Invited to call and Inspect. City. __ lOmarlm front gallery gas and city water, Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec-
. Desirable but not necessary. Good opportunity 7mar.WANTEDContribuUons. house new.,a, large Jot $1700. We can sell any property that has a'' clalty. J.Palafox H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South
? ht :Address SALE-A. R! 'Bingham has a reasonable price. street Orders taken for
: \ r ;; person. for the'ji'r- FOR
Publisher Box 59, Sta. 0., New York. phans' Home. Money, clothes eatables good team of motes for sale. See Four lotfir.onjWSskaxcle\ of Rues St.1 P. 0. Box I 115. DeFonlak Springs Florida tents, awnings camp stools and house
. Hoiar. etc. received. Notify Mrs. Wm. them on his new float fsb28 between DeSqtp,and Stronge, for five cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
. days at $1725. II L S. BROWN & CO.
(Fisher, presIde, or .Mrs. N. McIC FOR SALS--Beautiful block la' New'CItr. rii SHIP CHANDLERS Klnzle Oert.'
: LIVE. ENERGETIC YOUNG :..1ANWANTEDIn Oertinfe 'secretary, 4mar Tract No 312. .For cash $00.: 54 1-3' ft. on W "R&mani' treet at Thiesen Building. $650Buys Ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship

: every town oZone in Flori of WANTED-The*public to know that Apply. to'A, McMillan.,.-, .. Court. Honal. the toot of Spring St!, improvements 1 "WE. SELL. : 'LOTS." chandlers and grocers only first-class
b da. as special representative } ,wte. .ando all .kindsrof repairing :" i "- lang on property rentiii *0r $13 per month a fire room cottage near R. R. house of kind in city. Fair prices to all.
p the largest real esta'-e and investment 4 .. ,
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: corporations ia the south. Part or float building.Torse'shoeing i 'etc. J.J FO1L'SALE-iN1ce. .clean told; -.1;newspa-' $40o9'r:: "' '> f.f.-..- For shops; rents $8.00 per month.' Will Fine stationery, wedding lnvlt tlons.
Safe ,
net over 12 per cent is a.genuine -
G. Welsh Co.
whole time. Must be intelligent of Carriage 27feSKODAKEKS. 'pens .at.&ve.cents a- u.ndle.,. This office 40'"ft/by < 1 '!&eevbn! : Est Romatij'St bargain. visiting cards tally: cards etc. CellaM.

: good address and furnish references. get Kauffman's prices .i <* s :*', !!, next: Bafts & o.a. "-good' (FOR SALE A'second hand gOn $1850 Robinson ,representing The Chas.
Good contract to right party Address for developing and: finishing. Best H. Elliott Company, of Philadelphia.
I I AUTOMOBILES.21; am agent for. the investldent-$4000r5,? '( jj and two good size mules: Will sell Gets a handsome six room residence.' Smarlm. '
. with stamp Drawer :i6. Jacksonville, and cheapest-in city. Mail orders receive pope Mfg.Co. and'caa sell you autos .4'I. ,'> io" .;', T' 'V at a bargain. Apply to Ben Johnson, New and modern, near, car line 417 E..
: Fla. 14mar3t prompt attention. Romana' and from $50000 up.They'cost: less'than 5,Jots ,on. U soupieasty..corner.,ol cor. 6th ave. and Lloyd St. Smart w. Cervantes. ;- '
Palafox Sts. 20feb, ', keep.uP1r.Tleytcan'] Spring;and+ eVfilreits; a, splendid. l35G--For' six. room cottage, bath, I lire in Pensacola. corner llth
horses to run '
\VK LEARN to make mirrors at 'FOR SA-Adlrable!! lot lyms Immediately street and 15th in New
home. Full you guaranteed formula. $5. COURT_.HOUSE .DYEING,. ,'Pressing in sand or any where*IF-horse can go.' buUdln..l$2. ,-. ii. : :,,' Iso tli ot. the '.Masonic etc, E. Wrfght St. Good rental prop- and will take' care avenue of jour Piano City
p and Cleaning1"Club. 118 N. alafox Brooks. erty or nice home, by
Leslie E.
: P. F. M Co, Box 472 Pensacola Fla. 506 East Jackson. afreet, two story Temple, 'having:b frontage on Pa'a- the year at a low figure. Refelt
. ISmarlm* St., Mrs:solicited T. J. Davis satisfaction Prop. Your pat FOR SALE---One .25-11' P. boiler and 8 room'and'hall ttoflfce,.bath gas, a'delightful fox' street of 30 feet by a depth of tune, clean out etc. Phone 802, :2
ronage ; guaran- engine; portable boiler on wheels; and nefgblborhood.. lot 93 182 feet For sale for a few days onlyat C. R. YAEGER rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm
: WANTED man to work around the teed. Careful /attention given ladies'garments : ,
tn ne' or boiler in running order ft. by: 150 $3500. $21.000.00; one half cash the bal
: house and yard. Apply to Mrs. H. Phone. 1222. 8feb Also 2 log carts complete ready for ance in 12 months at six per cent. Interest No. 202 Thiesen B lJdrng. Phone 686
T. Wright 100 Jackson, corner Bay- \VdNTED.--Hauling' and transfer service. For terms apply to Jas. Me fur N. Baylen street, 8 room two Hooton & 'Watson. ISmarlw Eggs for Hatching
len. 13mar residence l lot 70x125 ft.. every '
work. Office phone 363; residence Voy & Co., Cantoncn. nt23feblm. 'Fla.. story FRESH YARD EGGS-ReceIved daily
phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. modern convenience an Ideal home and every egg guaranteed; 25 centsdozen. LOST From my prize pens of S. C. Rhoda 4
WANTED-Good cleaner and presserat St. 25mar. $5000.
Reds and S. C. Brown
f C. M. Wilson Davis Leg.
No 9 E. Intendencia. FOR SALF.-l\fy property 416 E. Bra- corner
13mar. WANTED.-=The Merchants: TransferCo. inard St., consisting of four lots '40 Two lots on Cervantes street be- and Lloyd streets. ,Phone 620. BROOCH-Round coil with opal in horns, finest pens in the south. $1 to
wants your moving: 'and hauling. tween Baylen and fipring ,streets 60x: 4mar3w. center. Lost between Masonic Temple $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6,per 100;
WANTED guaranteed. T. .B. Tnor- :x50 feet; a two story dwelling containing Club. Reward for also agent for the famous Banta In.
good cook. 'Apply at All breakage hall 125. _a nice building site, a bargain and Progress
6 rooms, ways bathroom FOR SALE-,--80 acres good land three '
once at 701 N. Palafox 13mar sen. Prop. .Phone 978. ISJunelax. $1300. return to 202 W. Gregory ,mar43t cubators 'and Brooders. Drop me a
closets and pantry. On car line; will t miles south of' Chipley. Twenty card and I will call. EL L. McFadden.

W AO"'IEDgood nurse, 701 N. Pal WANTED-To buy old gold and silver sell entire property for 300000. E. Three lots on Strong street be- acres In cultivation and pure spring! LOST-Watch charm; raised letter M. Prop., :Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R.
afox. ,13mar broken up stuff regardless of L. Reese. 22feb tween 10th and llth' avenues. This water. Will sell,for cash or on Ime. on one side and engraved J on other F. D.: No. I, Pensacola. Fla.
Slze3. Cash paid. Ligntman! & Klein, is cheap at $650. Apply A. Hogeboom, Chipley, Fla. side with six little diamonds set in M. 7marlm
RECEIVED-Large shipment ol property very t
$2000-$3000 and expenses for" local 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. OiL Retail 28feb. Liberal reward for return to this of -
imported Olive by pint,
sales manager. World famous \V ANTED.-A. R Bingham want galloa or larger quantity. G. Morasso Money at the loweat market rateson FOR SALE.-One choice Mock on top fice. .. .. ., 14mar2t MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New
household necessity. Colonial Co., your moving and hauling. He gua* chandlers antf improved ,vacant city property. tick furnIshed If desired. All
& Co., ship grocers 701 of the ridge east of the electric LOST-A star-shaped gold pin with a doneIn
factory N., Wellaville.: N. Y. 11-18 I antees all breakage., Phone 630. Gntith PnlnfoT.. lni. .'t railway between 7th and 8th streets. good order on short notice. Leave
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\VA\TED-Ten 'experienced. saw mill 1 WANTED-.-You' to call at "UNext" FOR SALE-Large horses and mules STREET; A SPLENDID INVEST. Nautre has favored this section and it center. IFlnder please return to 221 orders at Green & Watson. Phone

hands. Apply room 415 fourth Barber Shop at 109 Government Stand .. for turpentine operators and log men. MENT. This property' Is easily. worth cannot be duplicated, A. V. Clubbs. West Jackson street for reward. 193. 'lmar J JhiltS.

floor Thiesen building. get a hair cut :shave: and' shine We guarantee satisfaction. Address $2500.00. ..*. .,' .. -..-$2000 FOR SALE.-Only 4 faUn Boar pigs 13mar2t H. S. CHUNN: will .

\\TED-First class laay'stenogra- for 25c .- 9marlw.* Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb manager and hall ottage.. out houses, sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out LOST-A neart-shaped key ring. pHs In 'shorthand at her receive residence.pu. "

pher. Address in own handwriting 1 will tune and repair your piano and Chipley. Fla.. 23Teblni. fruit S roo.m' and; large, garden spot, 6 of Orphan Lee; of Baltimore. 5854 Suitable' reward for return to Jour 321 N. Barcelona $t.. Terms $5.00 a
*Uft references Office Work, Care one Barred trees All guaranteed with registrations and nal lOmar.' month in advance.
organ as cheap as,any ; guaran- FOR SALD- Plymouth Rock lots with house, on Southwest corner office. 4mchlmo.TO .
Journal 4mch. tee best and neatest work. Prompt cockere's! ready for yard $1.50 to G.go and Wagn streets;" one of the pedegrees. Carl ..Setterlind Chipley.Fla. .
attention and satisfaction. ,Phone 802 $1.50 thirty $2.50. 26nov. U. S. LIFE SAVING STATIONAND
15 ;
$3; eggs highest po'nts in the, city $1000. RENTFOR
2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. Smarlm Lizzie B. Hughes. Chipley. -Fla.14feblm .- TYPEWRITERS makes new and FOR RETURN-The launch Le-
Money to Loan. FOR RENT. second hand, for sale and rent. Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a.
I 'VANTE -We want jour orders for Dl.. daily. Fare rounrf trip 25
1907 Art. Calendars.< Over 300 original FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved 715N. Baylen St.$3750 Phon 380. F.,B. Bruce 28 E. Government RENT-Furnished 'or unfurnished Special rates to parties. Pavilion cents.

MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody barrows designs to select from. All property" In all parts of the city. 506 N.. 9th .' -2000 2mar 6 room cottage at Big Bayou near i phone 653.: C. II. Burton, Manager

money from Jno. A. Hall &: prices.. .Majes Printing Co., Pensacola. -J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents 514 N. Hayne .' 20.00 EGGS: for hatching, from carefully car line facing water Apply P. O I mChHm11IA'ITRESSES.Wholesale *

Co, 16 E. Government street. Wheu: 16feb Room 7, Salisbury building. .Phone 213 S.. 17.50 manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred: Box 364. City. ISmarlm' 4
m need call on us. ,9feb1m 172. Three cottages at 'FJsherville.; one at and I guarantee
: WANTED.-The public to know that 23Jan fowls, a good hatch. anj re.
MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal : old newspapers can be bought at FOR SALE-One: fine extension table 1000. and two at $1500 each. Stock for sale at reasonable prices. FOR RENT.-Elegant 318 West Belmont 2-story St 8-room Apply |I tall manufacturers and dealers in
625 W. Romana St. .$10.00 cottage at -
Barred Plymouth Rocks White Ply- cotton moss and E. & C. mattresses
property on short. notice. this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare and six fine dining chairs at'Star Laun
cheap. Ingraham
Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V.I all clean'and nice.' Address P. O. Box 395. :!;feb 721 W,, Main., : 12.50 mouth Rocks< and S. C. Brown Leg. to Walter: 25Jan and botf spripgs. Second hand furniture
Romana. Phone 1165. lfeb Collection of rents a specialty. horns; '$1.00'per setting of 15 eggs or dry. __- ,' bought and sold. Upholstering
WANTED.-Electric work of eh k'nd.Let \ I
hundred for incubator I and repairing done. Old mattresses
$5.00 a '
MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate clean fans air FOR SALES 5 room cottage; city water FOR RENT.-Elegant two story store
or us your = Your have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida I' renovated; new ticks furnished If de
other sufficient security by 'applj. dynamo, clo jour wiring. etc. Pacna ,' gas and free mail. delivery, on .: ,Syrup. Win deliver at 50c per gal. room In new Star Laundry building.E. sired. 114 E. Belmont St. city a
lug to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and 570. Pensacola Elsctric Co.. 205 S. easy terms; corner 8 ave. and 12th :"" lon.' AddrCsiPlYrqofltb( ; Rock Poultry Garden street Apply Walker In- Phone 771. DavIs Mfg. Co.. C. T. Davis .
Romana. up stairs. ITnov-a. Baylcn. St. East H11L G. E. Brett.. llmarlw* THE FISHER Fan J. J. Pope; Prop, Bristol graham Star Laundry. %%dec; Mgr. 4NO11CEI

MONEY TO LEND-On good real e* SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED FOR SALE.-10 room house corner Fla. 24feblm A.-R. BINGHAM has otorage room for offer my services as surveyor ---..

tate security or on good collateral.: -Highest price paid for gent's lot 3 blocks from Palafox,' lot 861 rent suitable for furniture or other locating homesteads for the
at lowest rates. Leslie E 'Brooks. clothing only. Sell second hand !!goods 192 on car HDP. For particulars Inquire Board and Rooms. goods: 104 and 106 Sooth Tarragona people of western counties of Florida.(

Fisher building. %1Jau"EY Dress suits, .for rent No. E: Intendencia of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jaa REAL ESTATE AGENCY St Phone 630 0nor,I Address W. J. Stephens. Sr., f JCk.

LOANED on all kinds of per- WANTED.-All, klnda of. electrical FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kindsof I FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for II II I hart Ala. ICfeblm.a .

SOUl< property on .short notice. work.. .1 sell aU kinds of electrical strictly fresh farm and gar 'en tent. ApplY' corner Chase and I
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs other electrical supplies. HOTELS : Just opened a butcher
batteries ana
seeds prioes. Also Phone 87. Sts. llmarlw
:s3 k South Palafox St., Phone. .1144. When you .need me ring 34$. or 955. fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros' Spring I shop and grocery store corner Davis .
FURNISHED rooms for I and Brainard Sts. Your pa'ron-:
SnoT E. W. Peake new, Star Laundry buildIng Chipley. Fla. NEWLY rent.
tN- E. Garden. ,15dec. Very reason. ,Apply Carrie. M.Scott :THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, age solicited. Satisfaction gua'an-

03 I LIMITED all kinds amount of personal or money loan WANTED, .-Real Estate for sale or FOR SALE-3 acres ,land on T911'nPoint 206 South Palafox Street. 20 W. Romana St. lOnwrlw. !L toom good. $2 beds.per Free day., baths Special and attention sample teed. Phone 915. Imarlm

special rates to business men on large rent lease or exchange. Your business opposite city near marine ways. FURNISHER OR UNFURNISHEDrooms ia traveling men3.' R, Brown Prop.,, WATTS AND COLES-Contractor*
lOans. The New York Loan Co., 204H respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address for rent with the privilege of DeFuniak Springs, Fla. IJmarlm:' and builders. Estimates on all kinj
outh Palafox. Real Estate Agent, 22& W. Government Land care Journal.. lOren light housekeeping at 254 E. Gregory. 1 of building and repair work. Satisfaction -

t:::::.... -_ street Room 7,. Salisbury FOR- SALE McMillan &: Turton have SPECIAL: BARGAINSFOR Phone 557. 9mar2w ,CENTRAL HOTEL. CHD7LEY Op.I; guranteed. Phone 1208, office

building. Phone 172.. 23Jan just received a carload of fine 'Ten FURNISHED' front depot Large and well lighted: 208 N. Reus. 28feblm
STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE horses MUST NICELY room Free sample room., _Meals at
nessee!! and mules which A FEW DAYS ONLY. rooms.
WANTED--To loan 'money'on your with or without board, 401 W. Chase. CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
be seen at Pou's stable on Intendencta BE SOLD AT ONCE., all hours. Special to travjellffz
: watches Jewelry and personal 6mar2w I Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng -
1TEA.MER j. men. $:00 day J. 31.
desirable per
CAPT. FRITZ J. M. street q llmar Large two story dwelling on a ? i
fects. Highest cash price for old gold : a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo.
Rogers corner on North Palafox St.. ANTED-A, few boarders at 212 W. gle. Prop- ISmarlm1
master. Passengers and and silver. LJghtraan& Klein 106 E. FOR SALE-40 acre farm 10 acres'in 27fe!
fright on electric car line.. .* -., .. ..$620C Gregory. New house, good neIghborhood HOTEL-Carl Setterlind.
2miles south CHIPLEY
service between Pensacola wright Phone 1127. I pecans; Chipley on B. line. ,
laJ: 1 C. & St. A. R.- R.; also 120 acres, 20 New two story dwelling' southwest I .:and on 'car 16feblm Prop. Special attention to commercial -'
Freeport Fla. At '
; Baylen street I corner of Palafox and DeSoto streets 1
acres improved 2% miles from town. NICE FURNISHED' ROOMS for rent travelers. Free; sample and bath Found
wbarf, Wednesdays. Tourists and Business OpportunityFLORIDA j Address J. B. Hogeboom Aycock Fla.Smarlm with lot 75 by 155 feet.. '. ...$6000} Newly furnished clean and: nice rooms. Large rooms with good beds. 1

:j.ters desiring to see places of interest Desirable corner building lot on I near postoffice. Applyat 128H, E. $2 per day. 13marlia FOUND Some packages of
on Hioctawhatchle ..OPPORTUNITIES Interested North Hill 150'feet by 125 feet $4230
Bay anJ Santa I Government street Mrs. B. M. TraIner.'jaaluL. I
lOs: Sound .should ..make this in the great opportunitiesIn 1 FOR SALE-RegIstered Berkshire and For particulars apply to '. JItTCL.-open night and day. glass tubing. Owner; may get same
trIp. .
Spet'ial rates for parties of ten "Peninsular State,"send 10 cents I Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished; HOOTON & WATSON European plan., ,Rooms light and by Identifying propertyandlpaylnsfor
ttore or also fullblood at five cents a bundle clean. Transient ,trade tollclted.'I this ad. Apply to Pensacola -
For rates 0? other information for our "Magazine of Opportunities. : game ch'ckens and eggS Leading, Real Estate and Insurance newspapers .
apply on board or address P. O. I one jear. :Jacksonville Development I Il I all at reasonable prices. Dr. J., S. Agents. I at. thin,. office, They. are all clean 575- 73 S. Falafox. Ju.' #- S. Nlcolan, Cement Stone Co., corner Wright St.

Box CD! ., T- l Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. lZma.rt.1 McGeachey, Chipley, Fla., Smirlm Tmarl w. and-nice: .Prop., and 9th ave.

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triT: ; ,RESOLUTION IS REAL ESTATE Reese 6 :Mendel, There Are. Millions of Dollars Back-

The Home Taflors
VETOED' BYMAYOR TRANSFERS .' pf.very. Policy in The Equitable.

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: consider the question of life Insurance
II Better today.
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Following Is a list Df .:tb deeds recorded
c1:, yet' J'day reported' by.The I MqaILE"ALABAMA. Tomorrow never consKnW1Cs

Pensacola Abstract Cp' .
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Leslie E. Brooks to Alex Bell, 10t.18, of-i r Eu ce,. Bros. Gen'l Agts

= lock 127. East King Tract East l MARKETS ; Pensacola
Tarragona Street $75. ..4
_ Eec W. T .New berry .Margret Rawls,
(Continued! from Page Three)
commencing at NE% 'of. Sec. 36. T. E Men'sFine Naval Stores.
f === was read from Chairman Green of N. R. 31V.. and running' 140 yards Savannah. Ga.. Mar. 14.-The naval
c:= the Board of Bond Trustees sug west, thence S. 140 yards, thenc3 E, stores- market ciosed today as follows: ..........................................4.44t444I.4.&.

fcu.. I gesting that no further steps bs 140 yarn's, thence N. 140 yards to poInt! WW .< .. .; .. ., .. .. .. ..6 20 ..
3ken.t. ,!,a purchasing the water of beginning. 4 acres also' 1 acre In I\\ WG.. ..; .. .. .. .. ........6 10 I Iron Works ;:: i
c....= company property until later. SEU of block 9 of lot .8, Sec. 32, T N :. ..- ';.. .. .. .. .. '.. '..5 90 Supply Co.
z Alderman Reilly moved to reconsider 6 N. R. 30 W. $200. M.... .. ,. ...., .. .. .. ....5 45 :
....... the action of the Council in pass- Chas.- T. Davis to Amanda Louise K., .... .... ..... .... .. ...5 20 Manufacturers Repairers o? MACHINERY AND BOILERS
= ing the resolution which was carried Amos lot 18 and E of lot 19, bloc}; _' I.- .... ".... .. .... .. ..4'55 4. FORGINGS MILL AND! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP :
aft:}' he then Introduced the Game resolution 148. New City, $500. l j Clothes.New H.... .. .... .... .. .... ..4 25 ; REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.: Prompt attention given to. all orders! .
in order that it might be in C. E D'Alemberte .to. J. 'Wbitin G.. .. ...... ... .. ... ...........415 day or night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated La7 and .
c:= shape to be voted up6n if the Coun- 11}'er. lots 16 and 17. in block 88 and F.. .: .. .. ....>... .... ... .4 10 : Timber Dogs also chains of all descriptions.! Office phone 123. Reai !
cil desired to pass it over th? mayor's lots 15. 16and 17, inclusive block 91. and up-to-date line of Spring E. ;:. .. .. .. .. ......410D dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN. MgpIAUSLEY .
veto. He asked that a vote be ,deferred : and Summer Suit'ngs and Trouser ? ?. ................................e......... ....... :
c....;> West King Tract. Sec.. 28. 1'. 2, S. R. .. .... '..' .... .. ....... ..4 10 ...
however until the next meeting 30 W.. $1 and. othar .consl raUons.. ings. C .. .. ..;.. .. ........ ..4 10
- We give our most ardent attention and that the major's communca: J. A. Wilson to R. M. :Wilder, lots :Suits: from $17.50 to $50.00. G.. .. .. .. .. .. ...........4 10 .
to dressing the small I tion be referred to the Board of Bon 13 and 14 block 147 East*King Tract, Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 Spirits Turpentine 67% to 68 cents. ;
..; boy. Their apparel if bought Trustees. ThIs was carried. East of Tarra'gona Street, $1 and other Join our Gentlemen's Suit Club. ; M1
here will be stylish anJ durable The Finance,Committee. considerations.J. Costs only $1.50 per month.' for pressIng Champion Liniment for Rheumatism. COMPANY !

-two qualities every mother The finance committee reported up- :J. Hooton to:Wm. A. Blount, 'Jr. and sma'i! repairs. has. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap-;
will appreciate. $2.00 to $7.50.. on a number of matters, the princ all of ,block 322. .New: City Tract, $1 Dyeing and Cleaning; of men's. andwomen's invllle. Conn. says: "Chamberlain'sPain ,
pie one being the mayor's report uprn and other considerations. Clothes a specialty. Balm Is the champion of all linmsnts. i
the collection of licenses, which had 1 I Ihos. C. Watson to Wm. A. Blount, Give us a trial We will appreciateyour The past year I was troubled COMMISSION BROKERS f
been made to the Council some weeks Jr., all of block 323 New City Tract,, business. a great deal with rheumatism In my ,
I since. Instead of the former tax collector $1 and other'' considerations.Eva ,REESE-MENDEL TAILORING- CO., shoulder. After trying several cures
The John White StoreEp.cIaIist being indebted' ,to the city 4 it M. Anderson to Laura W. Reese Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. the storekeeper here recommender. i:! II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i
was found that he has! !! to his credit lots 23 and.24, block 22. Belmont Trt.. this remedy and it completely cured;
In IHun'f W.a,. I (the sum of $229. The committee me." There Is no use of anyone 'su -
recommended that the comptroller $3500.P. K. Yonge. trustee for Julia C. A 'GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS BEST fcring from.that painful ailment when Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.
205-207 S. Palafox Street I make a monthly examination of I ,, i
Yonge J. E. Davis Yong;, Henry M SUITED WITH A this liniment can be obtained for a
I license matters. The report was Yonge. Malcolm R. Y nge and C1an- !small sum. One application gives!

Phone 225. adopted.-.. dler C. Yonge and P.' K.- Yonge as attorney CERTIFIED CHECK prompt relief and its continued' use fora COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS
-- Reported Unfavorably.The in fact for A. Louise Buck short time will'produce a permanent I. i ii"
franchise committee reported Yonge. and Porter'Arooi: Buck to cure. For sale by all druggists.
,---- unfavorably the ordinance granting to'fthe Rachael Taylor. lots, 15 to 18. Inclu 5c WAR Bought and Sold on Margin or for l Investment.t i
Armo(r Packing] Company the sive block 260. New City Tract. $160.
right ,to construct a spur track on J. M. Taylor to -Jos. Johnson NE1 All the qualities of lIa ror.aroma NO REVOLUTION
\ (Tarragona btreet to.the new cold of SW'4, See 36 T. 6, N. R.. 31 W,, 40 color and good? material I Reference, : First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173J
embodied in it-
\4FULLQ1tS. storage received plant of and that: firm.. The report acres. $30.Frank to ., : IN TilE REPUBLICURUGUAYAN ......... ...!................ ...............
was adopted.The Began ,0.,1. Bass, EH of .
A. Greentiut
& Co.
general ordinance committeeto lot 40. block 8:'Old'City. -
whom number of ordinances hid .A. A. Fisher
to' Mrs.; Mary H. Rob- DISTRIBUTORS '
been referred submitted a report upon inson, lots 11 and 12, block 107. East ,. GOVERNMENT, I IS
them amending a number while King Tract, Belmont Numbering. ,\$1 PCNtfACOLA, FLORIDA.. '. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
l that of changing the name of Twelfth and other considerations. -

,%; street was reported! unfavorably.The. W. A J. J, Hooton lots 8. AND IS SEEKING TRAJDE:
report was adopted.'St. 9 and 10. block 86, West' King Tract. Florida and f Alabama 1. IK UHVUCJVCF. Pr.j>rl %f> N. S Wtti *.',.aisp SL ph.. taj.i .
'Anthony's Hospital $160. WITH THE STATES

$ 00 The special committee to confer Wm. H. Knowles to.H. MdDavId. LAND COMPANY -4

.$ so with the management of St. Anthony's lots 9,.10. 13 and 14, block 66, Belmont .Since 'it state ....................................................:
hospital relative to securing Tract $1 and other considerations. Manufacturers of was reported, that a
beds there for the city patients re- W. H. Northup. trustee, to. C. E. and Dealers In of revolution still existed in the He-
that the hospital would not D'Alemberte. lots 15, 16 and 17. block public of Uruguary the vice consul
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lease less than three beds for which 88 and lots 15. .16 and 17, block '91, LUMBER,AND SAWEQ KILN-DRIED CYPRESS SAP.SHINGLES at this port, J.'CL Watson, Is In receipt i The Housewife is Not Embarrassed ]II
2 4; ii_ they would charge a total rental of West King Tract. Sec. 28 T. 2 S. R. of advices from, the consul general
1050. The committee was given 30 W., $1 and other considerations. that the' government of the republic -
further time 4n order that it might J. N. Crabtree. to Eliza Bonifay, 2 is :well established in eyer, (By sUd.en'or unexpected company. if there's, gas range *
confer with the County Commissioners :%cres at McDavid commencing 200 ft.. ; particular.' and that commercial relations I In the kitchen _..n- ,""' 4
and see if the county would not west of the main track>of the L. & SHIPPIN6NES'I with- other- countries are Invit. .' .
bear a. portion of the expenses. N. R. R. thence W. 210ft.: thence 6d-: ; : "-' *
Report of Officers. S. 455 tt.. thence a'210ft... thnce N. The trade. :,exiting between the .
: Chairman Ingraham of the Board of 455 ft. ,to point of! beginning. lot Arrived. .. states and the repubIc: was temporarily j ; The Fire's Always Right j jHeady
CHAS. BLUM &CO suspended last i
Public Safety and Chairman Zalim 21. 2 acres $150. ..uJPguel during the revolution ;
517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST of the Board of Public< Works sub- Thos. Pebley to J. A. Wilson 'lot : de Larrinaga, Br ss, Thompson. which was .end d. some two
: JACKSONVILLE FLA. mitted their monthly reports upon 13 and.14. 'iblock-147 East King Tract, 2668. Manchester. years since but this trade isdaily increasing to cook anything from a of-muffins to a bo'lo'
__ the work of their respective depart East of Tarragona Street. $1 '8fd Dordrecht Dutcbl&s, Teensma 1920(,, from this and many other ed chicken The chill of cool mornings and evening :
ments. other considerations FunchaL ports In th s. country. The vice con : kocked off by the use pf a gas heater-SI.50 to $10. .
j The city health officer reported the J. B. Cooper. Harriett Vaughn Anna M, Ital b]{, AJcese, 868, Ha sul states that numerous Shipments
ProfessionalDirectoryTHOS. Louisa vana. of. sawn timber,' pickets and rosin i
city to be in good sanitary condition Eoalfaya and Etfgene Bonifay
with but few case3 of contagious dis her husband and Sarah Ann Bell to 4 Cle! red. have already been made this year to Pensacola Gas
PEBLEY, ease. recommenaied. : the employ H. C. Jacobl beginning 'SW comer ,Umberto i. Spank, Ollvarl, 766 for t the leading ports in Uruguay Mon [ Company :
I LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND ment at once of twelve additional in of A. Collins Grant See 39, T. 2 S. R Genoa. witA l" 735 cubic feet, hewn Urn tevideo andPaysander.iw'herea' ready l.
COLLECTIONS.. specters in order that the city misrnt 30 W... and running N.1039 ft., thenceE. .ber.47.000' s ft -sawn timber. 481,022 market, Is found at good prices. Ship f Phone 148. 24 and 27 E.,Garden Street. j
PALAFOX AND ROMAN be given a thorough inspection. The 768 ft.. thence S. 11039 ft. ',thence 3 ft lumber.VESSEL.SJ.pd. -:: pers are Invited to. investigate the ,
PHONE 553.: letter portion of his report was referred W. 768 point beginning; also splendid ,possibilities offered for such ...........................................
I to th finance committee. beginning at a point on 'W. line o f : 'CWW5tpamSIiIps cargoes as mentioned, and assurances
New Ordinance. said Grant 1039 ft. N. of SW corner ; J.D are given them of the existing peace -

Alderman McHugh introduced an thence N. 1039 fL. thenc E. 1339 ft.. roth)'-. Bra,' Whyte, 1546, Mobile and prosperity throughout the 'republic. -
T G YATES M. D ordinance granting to M.; A. Quina thence S. 1039.< thence W. 1339 ft.: to I ,E.. O .Saltmarsh/ Br ss, Rogers LOUISVILLE ,& NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY

: ,, and J. J. Sullivan the right to con point of beginning: also beginning at I 2319. Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. Tlirtugh and Local. Time Tablet Between Ponsacola and Points North.
: OPTICIAN struct and maintain "a wharf at the SW corner of said Grant and runlng Iola the. Br ssflodgson, .. 1943, St For an Impaired Appetite.
Ifoot of Ninth avenue which was E. 1539 ft,.thence' N. 530 ft. for pointof Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. LOBS; of appetite always results from READ DOWN READ UP
I 3OS THIESEN BUILOI1MG read the first time and referred to beginning thence E. 1320 ft.,thenceN. Weardale. Br ss, Lornier 1749 St faulty, digestion. All that Is needed Trains Nos. s Trains Nos.
the general. ordinance committee.On 2287 ft. thence W, 1320 ft, thence Vincent. ."i i is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom- 2 4 3 1

I Second Reading. S. 2287 ft. to point of beginning: also Snip*. ach and' Uver the' Tablets. They will Invigorate 1l:05pm: 11:55am ,1.v. .. ..Pensacola.. .. .. 5:00am 'iOupn;
Morris Dannheisser The ordinance prohibiting the sale beginning at the NW corner of said Orpheus. ,, Aust ship Medanlc Tries- digestion and stomach give strengthen the 6:30am: 6:20pm 'k .. ...Montomery.. .. 9:35pm 11:1Sam:
of certain kinds of fireworks toy ys" Grant thence, running along line.o te. t- like a wolf. These you Tablets an also appetite 1l:45am 9:1Cpm t'Ar.. ....Blrm1ngham .. .. .Ar'l 4:2pm( 8:33am:
1 (Formerly! of Dannheisser Bros) tots antf: the ordinance '4GaiR said Grant' 2859 ft., thence 8. $00 ft.. 5rxGurli ,), as a gentle laxative. For sale by act all: 1:25pm 3:17am Ar.. .. ...Nashnlle.. .. .. 8:45am : 5am8:00pm
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine the: etc'1 limits of the city. were read thence W. 2859 ft., thence:N. 800 ft. This bk, Blomberg., 702 Bar- druggists.. : 3:31am: Lv.. .. .. .l'las' vUle.. .. .. .Ar. 8:17am 2:05am
Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. the second: time 'and referred to the to poInt of beginning $1500. Pensacola,Lumber Co. 1:25am I 8:15am I Ar.. .. .Evansville. .... .:.Lv. 3:00am: I 9:20pm!

Old Hickory Whiskey ordinance and engrossing
12 W. Zarragossa MySpeclalty Ordinances Passed. r, 509;Rlx M. Robinson. ,GOOD: ,SIDEWALKS 7:50pm 3:21am Lv._ .... ...NashTille .. ... ..Ar. 8:21am 2:15am2lfam : !

: PENSCAOLA. .Street FLORIDA. The ordinance and engrossing committee Safes! Safes! Safes!' Genoa Rosasco Ital bk.Bros.Schiafflno, 1508 Mr. Mandeville. an expert. cement : J 8:30a:: I Ar.. .. ..Louisville. .. ..Lv. 2:45am:: 9:3Opta7:20am ::
reported favorably upon the ordinance 12Oln'ntr.; .. ..Cincinnati u u .Lvr 11.00pm 6.00pn:
Scillin.. Ital bk. Zeno. 1220 South worker of 35 years experience who
prohibiting city -emplojees! Diebold
Buy Safes! hampton to Rosasco Bros.T built the elegant walk through R. E.
Co1:1re1'1 from assigning their salaries and also Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
: : the ordinance regarding the: Starthem Br bk, Maitland, 1272. ,. Lee square, has gone into business! .
'* FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.I : upon numbering of houses. Both were read Scarritt Moreno' Antwerp.. :, 10 .', with Mayor Bliss. If:you want a first 6&1'' 2&3 4&1 _. 3&.2 1&45&6

Pensacola, Fla.DON'T the third time and passed. Schooners.. ,",' class'walk .built' see. these .gentlemen. -7:OOam 1105pm 11:55amLvTPensala.! ...Ar.-5:00am'-4:00pm
The committee ase.:' that the ordinance Agent Lizzie E. Demison"Am. .sch.' Peck. 14mar3t 10:45am 2:55am 4l2pmIAr .. .Mobile _. ..Lv.12tOamll:59am' :::35pll1
.':ii changing the linos of Church 45Z. to master. ;". :6:00pm 1:15am 8ISpmTAr.. New Orleans. Lv. 8:15pm ......_ 9:25am:
... street and the ond;nance changing the Horatio L. Baker. Am sCh, )lo r,
name of Cushman's Alley to DeLuna 720. I.agua'to J. A",'Merritt & Co; 1 Flomaton, Pensacola and River Junction.

street be placed back on thjr: second: Th 8. S...Dennison, Am sob, Wade,I NOTICEThe %1 I 5 I 1 I' 3 Trans! do not stop at stations I 2 I 4 I 6 22
BUY reading.' This was done, the .>rdm COFFEE: 1329. Baltimore to order. Daily DatIyDaily flatly 1 where no time Is shown 1 I DaUYIIDailyrDaUYiba !
ances amended and a renss taken, Barkentlnes.Beatrice. Woolley Sanatorium, only in-
.. 4:55 230 2:50 Lv-----Flomaton .. .Ar. 1:4& 1:25 8:25 . .
I after which the committee- reportetlfavora.bly Am bktn. Casaveggio 1430 stitute in the United States where the ...... 5:00 2:35 %:55.. .. .. ..Century. :. .. .. lZ:40 12l : ;. ...
them and botivere Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. Opium, Cocaine and
jupon We ane the PioneerCoffee Whiskey habits ..... 5:01 2:41'3:05.. .Dluff.Springs .. ,. '1:33 1:15 8:21.: .. ..
aosed.: can be without .
cured and
SHIRTS AND I exposure ..... 5:17.2:51'3:20.: .. .. ..McDavid.. .. .....12:22 1:05
jh milk ordinancehich with much for the
The pure Roasters of La Qripoe! and Pneumonia. so ease patient. Only ..... 5:30 .. ..Pine
30. : 3:041'3:36.: Barren .. .....1:08 1:5
was read the third time at the last days' time required. Describe 8:06-------
West Florida.McHUGH'S Pneumonia often follows la grippe ....; 5:39 3:131.3:50.. .. ..' ...1ollno.. .. a.. 11:59' 12:43/
I meeting uas voted and Y. your case and I will write
pass an
Board of. .4 but> never follows the. use of Foljy'sloney ; opinion as to what I can accomplishfor you .... '5:431. ....4:04\ : ... ... .....Quintette .. ;. ,. '11:51 '12:34: : ..
Equalization. and Tar. It cures la grippe ..... '5:531'3:261.4:11.: : .. ..Cotta e Hill .. ... '1l:4WI2:29 .7:34------
lIES I The matter of electing a Board of coughs and prevents pneumonia and investigate you. Ask Dr.your M. physicianto ..... '5:57: 3:29 !4:15 .. .. ,...Cantonment .. ...' 12:26 : .....
: Equalization was brought up. but it BLENDShave onsumpt:on. Ask for Foley"s Honey N. Woolley 104 ..... '6:01: '3:34 '4Z3.. .. ....Gonzalez.. .. .. .11:35 11:40''.12:21/. :% .----
Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga. .
was decided to defer the election UJ;. and Tar and' refuse any 'substitute of- ..... .6:031'3:36: 4:25... .. ...Roberts.. ," .... .11:331.1:19'.1:24.' : -. ....
til the next meting ered Mr. G. Vacher of 137: Osgo6d ..... : !' :' : ..' -.. .. ...Ollve.. .. .... : 12:09'7:15.' .......
anyway wait till you see A communication was read from St.. Chicago, writes: *My wife had' asevere iiAE ..... '6:2113:5l: -4:48.. 00 .. ..Brent.. .. .. .. .11:15.12:04: : .....
ours. the Council City Board of Health requestingthe no equal. A.trial l case of la grippe taree 'years ::1)). WltSON 6 CO. ..... 6:25t'3:54 .4:52..o' .. ....Goulding. .. ...11:11 12:01: 7"a: /.... ..

ordinance so to as amend to make the anti it more spitting ef- will convince the connoisseur '- .ago. and. It left with a .terrjb'ecou'sh. ...... 6:301 4:00: / 5:001 Ar... .:Pen8.lcola .. .Lv. ...1105; 11:55 7:00.UPMjNo27 ..
She bottle of .
tried Foley'aHoney REAL
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WE SELL SHIRTS ordinance that : and Tar an-t it gave her imme- ,..... .
that the street railway company we : 7:00 Lv.. Pen82.cola.. .Ar. 10:501 10:30.. .. .
AT 50. 75 cts. keep at least two pHors on .make no extravagant :' diate rejlef. A SO cent" bottle cured RENTS AND LOANS ,..... ./'4:13': 7:13.. .. .Bohemia.. .. ..1., .... ... .J
each car. The city attorneY". was.In- her cough entirely. Refuse substi ......4:15. 7:11. .. ....GuU Point ... .. : .j.10:17..-
AND $1.00 structed to draw up an ordinance claims. tutes. W. A, DAlemiberte, 'drugg'st We have the ..... '416.: ........... ..' ...Ynlestra.. 4 ;. ...... .10:13/// /
following bargzins .
,nd apothecary ., special ..... 7:18.. ; .
covering what was wanted. in .Jscambia! .. .. 10:28 ,
F Altterman Cahn gave notice that he a few'days'only.very desirable real*' estate for ...... 4:18''. 7:5.. .Mulat 00 .. .. '10:19 .10:10-------I: /
Ties at 25 and 50
and cents. No 20. would at the next meeting introduce Wholesale and RetailGROCERS .... ......:... .....Har .. .. .... .. ...- ... .
use paying any an amendment to the antt- moklng EXCURSION THURSDAY SPECIAL BARGAINS. .'I.. ..... .::331' 7:3 .. .'.. '..GaltCtty. .'. ....... C .. .
more.We o'i'inance on street cars which will ; 2 lots In block 170. New City 80x137 ..... 4:40 7:39.. 00. .U1ton 00 .:.... ; 9:58... .. .
Invite YOU to pee compel. the company to', enforc the The Young People Society of First: t set, on car line .. .. .. 4' .. .$400.00 ,....:.:5:00 ;.. .. .. .-. Good Rang ...._..t .... : .-. .. .
our..Spring Suits-$7.50 lr.\\ Presbyterian: church will give an ejurslon 3 lots Tsorner 16th'ave.. and Gads J..... : 8:15.. .. ....Ho1ts.. .. ......... 3:10// .
den street. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 5:35. 8:30.. '.'
to $1500-two and tare* Resolution From Board. and all kinds of Feed Thursday on the bay to pointsof 1000.00 : : ..MlUgan. .'. .... : 8:33-------
piece;iutts.i A rtsolutlon from tie Board: of Pali, interest and to Milton on the Flor- 5 Iota fronting Toledo square in New .1.:.... :5:45: 8 38''t.' '',. j"Cres: lew.._.. <... : 8:45!. ....
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11 i; Safety was read 'alKnj: the Stuffs.Pluto ence Witherbee 'leaving wharf at }0 City .. $1,000.00One t.: .: 'PM. 8561.. '.. ..Deer Land .. S 8:33 AM ,. ... .
i r .' Jcuncil to compel the street upon railway 'clock( a. m.. Fare round trip 5Qc. 5-room house with bath and I....... .... '::10 .....1ossey.HeaJ :. ............ ..
sewer connection gas In every room: I.. ... .... 9:35.. ... .....
(om I):ny to allow fii",wcn .irj police Refreshments on board. .. DeFun'ak'spriag... 8:13 ...
oCccrs: to ride 'on street pro- nice neighborhood.! If taken at ': .'"....... .S 9:44..Argyle.. '.. .....s 7:44.............
cars as
t'del In their chartTne :com- WaterWholesale Escambia. Lodge,. No. 15, 'F. & A. M. anee. .. .. ., .. .. .. .. ..1450.00 :1". ...: ..!... 9:57: .. ..Ponce DeLeon .. 79..1......
plaint Is that the men cannot rider Specal: communication of 6 houses In block 17, West Kin I..... ;.,.. 10:10.. .. 'Vestvllle.. .. ... 7:17............
'>9 vnlees In full nn'forru. The mater ..A Escambia Lodge, No. 15. F. & Tract, renting $30.00 per month. Will T h.... ....... 10:15.. .. ..Caryvine.. .. .. ............ -.
H. 0 ANSON lend U.OOO.OO.of necessary. .. $2600.00 .... ..... 10:30.. .. 7:12.. ......
Mas referred to the city attorney. i A. M. will be held Friday I. .BonIfay .. .. .. : .... \
.. 110 Board of Safety. recommended and..Ret Ail evening, March! 1C. at 7:30 All of these propositions are bar ; ... ...... 10:47.. :. :.. Calpley. .. .. 6:31.............. :
that Chief Sthad bo grantel a leave -'i!" oVlock. Work In tbs E. A. degree. gains sad win be held open for a few ..... ...... 10:58. .. .. Aycock... .. .; 67.. ..... ..... ,
or aK enc of ten days an? allowed Visiting brethren fraternally Invited. (.:ays'Dnl> :warehouse ............ 11:07.. .. Cottondale..6:18.. ...... ..... '
CASH CLOTHIER, $CO( !in order that lie might attend the New Orleans Co.I "* C. U. BEYER railroad Excellent track cheap.location en ..... ..".-. 11:25.. ... .Martlnna .. .. .. 6:00.............
Grocery very .
g convention of c'iie: of police: at Hot .W. G. DAILEY. ? .' W. .M. Good 8 per cent mortgages on hue ..... '.,... .11:45.. .... .,.Cypress.. .. ......5:38.: ...........
Spilngs It was, reterrel lo the ft- I < Sec tarr' Belt kind of investments. .- ....... ..... 11:52.. ;_Grand Ridge .. 5:3Z.......... :
Corner Pilifox and Uilo. nance committee. f .. .. ,1..Jas. t Property ID all part of city vacant ...... ..... .... Sneads.. .. 5:21.. ..... .. ""
.3 A'' representative of a,dog' and pony McHugh', THE SEASON'S DELICACY FINE or'. improf ed. wanted, and for sale I.... ..... 1:15LA. ,.qRher. .'Junction "j.. ......\...,
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asked fora redaction In '. HEADLESS SHRIMP AT JOE'S 30.S. Palafox St. ._I I____ P 11 I -' .5:10.. .1
license, but it was not granted .Phone 105. Proprietor. rL.A.CE.' .PHONEJ54.. Phone 234. -Trains stop on sIgnaL. '.

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