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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 10 1906
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Power
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Perfection
F s is that condition
os completeness to
Ire which few
vi rt many aspire
a H which none can pass
Tr having honest merchandise
Thg pxjco and satisfy the pub
red TV f feel that we hav attain
ed 15 coveted degree
HONB6T VALUES
ran r > relied w here as we
w L i accept any article that
s rn thor fMy reliable iu
ever respect
STA1MP
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FLORIDA CURIOSITIES
Lre and Stuffed Alligators ready
Jo Ph pmnt
pmntwood
O tigp wood cases with alligator
1tP9d6 75c
FPa Shells and Shell Jewelry Shell
and Wood Novelties Leather Goods a
SpecialtyMRS
MRS C N MoCLURE
Opera House Btdldiag
107 E Government St Peaaacoia Fla
R K WHITE
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler
and Graduate Optician
30 S Palafox St Pensacola Fla
TERSELY TOLD
H C Jacotei was a Mourns Ti tor
o he city yesterday
M Lindsay a proniaeat mill Hum
d Pollard is in the city teokteg after
Jmlwr interests
1 r Curator a prwnta at dtteea
d Dot ti Ala was assays the fewsi
r Ks visitors wM were here veetor
u
R V Racier of Mltttga was ia
IK > rr y yesterday shaidiic brad wtth
hi many frieadte
Thp many friends of Mrs Nellie
rush land will be plea secI to learn
t t fe if improving after a sieye
of inflammatory rhetmatisn
Mr and Mrs W S HamWer and
i > of Bagdad are aaiopg the visi
ors in he city They are ea route
j heir borne from a trip aorta
< has F Stewart representative to
tiw grand lodge of Knights of Pythias
hich convenes in Fatetka Wedaesda
mil 1f > 8W hp moriiiBg for that place
1 mg one of tf rcpreftemtative from I
liar hbonf Lodge No ft He will stop i
i several points ea route reaching j
Piaika about the SliMe date as the
o L r delegates I i
Ak for BltH RtMoa Lea or Va
ts nt and sax It plain The kiM that
s 4sserus the f3aaaotts BhIe Itait
s Flavor
New Svtts Flied
h followirg Crew setts were lied
fw jrda in the office of the clerk
nth c rcuit court
Eula R Furlong vs Jas K Fterkmg
1 to divorce C M James solicitor
JoTV later
TV LP N is Bear Co
ar v S Fmak Lcw
v a ahment Maxwell d Rest 06 at
lOys for plaintiffs
The Original I
p rj g Co CMoago origiaated
lmM and Tar as a tkraat sad JMHS
teatdy and on account of tie great j
li and popularity of Foleys i
1JotJl
ry and Tar many imitations are I
II Prea for the genuia These worth1
>
Es > a tat ions have similar sounding i
afc I
s Beware
of them The gnu
f Po Hone sad Tar is ia a yeiI
rakape Ask for it and refuse
I > Le r Mbsiute it is th beat remedy
t IOnps and colds W A DAlem
druei4t a4 apothecary
i
KILLS RATS
lt1M Electric Paste Drives Em
Out of the Howe to Die
f r as ont of the house to die
b l t f theat die in the house
these Stearns Electric Rat
ad R I
a Ml n Paste sad the Peculiar i
hu ea ln the PAte will create a +
mint F PnatJo ao that the rats
tlr an < i croach e who eat it will II
I of n Uifid of the hoagie in search I
lamer I
t1d
will be 4eea BO more >
nld rurvhere or
seat
Mid express pre
nn lee ipt of Price Stearns
If y e r Paste 00 Okicago Ill Small
ents hotrl size eight times
o quanr n
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flO LAT E FOR CLASSlFICATiaNl
WANTED I
far FILER for rim capacity c1rcn
twd n i Wiio can also look after i
k
x ft p n engines and machinery j
> c1ia Oaiaic S MMer and filing j
Give reference and state I
ac
I tll tPd Address J M Russ
rixr u Collins Miss lOmar3t i
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i INSPECTION TO
I BE MORE
RIGID
Vessels Must Comply With Every
I Requirement of the Law Re
garding Equipment
The inspection of vessels and their
equipment at all ports is hereafter to
be more rigia and in order that a
I vessel may operate it must comply
I with every requirement of the law
j The Department of Commerce and La
bor has recently sent out leers to
inspectors in all districts calling their
attention to the fact that in > pe in
of all vessels must be rigid and I
thorough in every respect A copy of
this letter is as follows
It is imperative that the attention
of supervising local and assistant in
i spectors and all employes of this
I Service should be called to the neces
I stty of exercising and demanding a
j strict and rigid observance of the
I laws and the rules and regulations
governing this Service
j Inspections must be carefully am
I thoroughly made and must be in
strict conformity with the provisions
of the law ana the rules and regula
tions made in accordance therewith
and no part of the equipment of a ves
Fel must be pas ed untes it ib up
I to the requirements in ever particu
IoM The condition of the vessel it
self must be such as to assure without
ooubt her seaworthiness and efficien
t cy as well as her capacity and dapt
ability for the service in which she
is engaged
I Defective equipment must not under
jsry circumstances be allowed to re
I main on board the vessel while being
navigated but must be removed until
placed in proper condition anL again
i examine and passed on by ho in
J spectors Condemned life preservers
I and fire hose must be destraEi by
the master owner or agent of the
j vessel in the presence of the inspec
I tor The rules governing boat and
fire drills must be rigidly aiafoered to
m < i in addition thereto as often as
possible or practicable between in
spections Injectors noting or be
I ing advised of any violations of the
law or of the rules and regulations
must take cognizance of the same at
once and report the offender to the
proper authorities ana also take
steps to revoke or suspend the license
ot the offender if he is a licensed offi
cer if an investigation justifies such
suspension or revocation
Inspectors must see to it so far as
may be possible or practicable that
the provisions of the law an 1 the re
quirements of the rules and regula
tions are closely observed by masters
and owners of vessels within their
< 3 tricts and will be held to strht ac
countability for the condition of the
vessels under their jurisdiction
Inspectors must impress upon mas
I ters and owners of vessels the im
portanc and necessity of frequent
I boat and fire drills and also the rfrU I
I with the linecarrying gun and call
their attention to the penalty for the
disregard ol these necessary precau
I tions Inspectors must realize that
the efficiency of the Service and the
I safety of those people wfco take the
chances of the sea deitmi almost
I entirely upon an intelligent in erpreta
tion and application of the law and
I I the rules and regulations by the in
siwctors and A persistent deter ina
I tin upon their part to see that they
I are carried out in the strictest sense
and in accordance with their true in
tent and purpose
No influence no excuse or no per
pv ask n must be allowed to stand in
the way of a strict enforcement of
the law and the rules and regulations
in all their details
Failure upon the part of roasters
and owners to maintain their vessels
and equipment in proper condition or
I
failure to see that the requirements
regarding boat fire and gun drills i
and other things pertaining to the 1
safety of life and property are strictly
observed and carried out will be
made the basis of immediate action
hy the inspectors
Failure upon the part of inspectors
to carry out to the fullest extent the
provisions of the law and the require
ments of the rules and regulations or
indifference to their duties and re
sponsibilities will be sufficient cause
for the extreme discipline of the De I
partment
Respectfully
Signed GEO ITHLER >
Supervising InspectorGeneral
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Wedding
Cakes
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We have installed our own
ovens and now have a complete
baking plant so that we can
furnish cakes for weddings en
tertainments picnics and home
consumption to order Name
the kind you want and we will
furnish it for you just when you
want it
Hot Biscuits Rolls Butter
and Coffee at 5 oclock each i
morning
I
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Kandy Kitchen Cafe I
104 SPalafox Phone 999
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CInpcco
Shrank
Quarter
Size
ARROW
15 Cent each 2 Cor 25 Cents
CLUETT PEABODY CO
Jfatert of Clvttt and Monarch shirk
OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday March 13
Tim Murphy
and
DOROTHY SHERROD
PRESENTING
A TEXAS STEER
BY CHAS H HOYT
PRICES 25c to 150 I
Carriages for 1030 p m
Seats on sale Saturday at noon
I
Excursion
Steamer
Florence Witherbee
SUNDAY
at 230 p m
Stopping at the Life Saving
Station and other points
Adults 50 Children 25
I Amusements
I
Last Nights Play
After an absence of seven or eight
rears James ONeil visited Pensacola
yesterday and appeared at the opera
house last night in his favorite play
Monte Cristo from the fertile pen
of Alexander Dumas
ONeil has played the role of Ed
ward Dantes over five thousand times
since he first appeared in it years
ago and although he has tried re
peatedly to wean himself from it he
returned to his favorite and his as
sociation with other plays has whet
ted his abilities for this particular
piece Although he has grown older
his interpretation of the great play is
still as full of excitement and pathos
as of old If not a great deal more so
So long has he played it and so
well he plays it that it is hard to asso
ciate him with any other play and
as the years roll by ONeils name
will be as closely connected with it
as was that of Morrison to Faust
and Joseph Jefferson to Rip Van
Winkle r
Last nights performance was
thoroughly enjoyed by all who saw It
The audience was really not as large
as suoh an attraction deserved but
those present were alive to the occa
sion and Mr ONeil was given a num
ber of curtain calls The support was
very good and the play moves with
rapidity ana increasing interest from
beginning to end
Miss Abigail Marshalls Mercedes
was masterly and she very readily I
conveyed her emotions to the audi
ence
GagnonPollock Co
The GagnonJFoIloek Stock Co will
play The Flag of Truce this after
noon and tonight the play is to be
Deadwood Dick
Tim Murphy
ihe remembrance of Tim Murptoys
remarkably artistic portrayal of
Maverick Brander in A Texas Steer1
will be brought to mind when the an
nouncement is read that he is to be
seen at the opera house on Tuesday
March 13 in a splendid revival of this
comedy
No matter wftat great successes
I
Tim Murphy may present it seems
that the remembrance of his famous
characterization of Maverick Brander
in A Texas Steer remains upper
most in the mind Even at the height I
of his greatest triumphs of recent I
years a constant inquiry and demand i
was pontinually made for his reap
pearance as the Congressman from
Texas so at last accepting such as I
the desire of the public he has made j
a splendid revival of what was really I
Chas H Hoyts greattst comedy andj
is again appearing as the ranch owned
of Texas who was railroaded to Con
gress against his will and whose elec
tion was honestly and squarely bought
at the rate of five dollars per vote
Champion Liniment for Rheumatism
Chas Drake a mail carrer at Chap
inville Conn says Chamberlains
Pain Balm is the champion of all lini
ments Th past year I was troubled
a great deal with rheumatism in m
shoulder After trying several cure
the storekeeper here recommende
this remedy and it completely cured
me There is no use of anyone slf
fcring from that painful ailment when
this liniment can be obtained for a j
small sum One application gives 1
prompt relief and its continued use for
a short time will produce a permanent
cure For sale by all druggists
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SREVEPnRTH A S i
MYSTERIOUS
MURDER
Woman Knocked in the Head and
Then StrangledBody Still
Warm When Found
Shreveport La Mar 9Wlth the
head coverea with a black cloth the
deep cut of a rope on the neck sever
al bruises on the head and chin ana
the hands drawn up over the chest
the body of a white woman about 40
year of age supposed to be that of
Mrs John Naglich a Slav of Kan
sas City Kan was found lying in the
rear of potters field on the south
eastern suberbs of Shreveport ay
morning and as a result the police
and sheriffs departments have been
working on one of the bloodiest mys
teries ever reported in Claddo Parish
Investigations shy the authorities de t
velop that the woman arrived in
Shreveport on a Kansas City South f
ern train Tuesday night en route toi
Lecompte to join her husband who is
employed by a stave concern near the
latter place Green Bell an old negro
fisherman while going to the river
about 7 oclock in the morning found
the body and gave the alarm That
the woman was foully murdered is the
only conclusion to be reached but
who wag responsible for her death
and the motive which prompted lie
crime are facts that are as yet un
solved
When found the body was warm and
the legs and arms were limber evi
l that death must have oc
curred since midnight There was no
sign of a struggle at the place where
the discovery was made The tong 10
vag protruding from the mouth and
was swollen and black Finger prints j
were on the neck
The theory advanced by the police j
is that the murder was committed in i
the city and that the woman was
Jcnocked in the head and then stran
gled to death with a rope and her
body carried to the lonely spot be
hind the cemetery and dropped in a
bed of pine straw so as to leave nc
clew for the officers
Robbery was evidently the motive
of the murderer as the Coroner found
no indication of an outrage
TO CURE A COLD INONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BRO IO Quinine
Tablets Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure E W GROVES signa
ture Is on each box 25c
The Original Laxative Cough Syrup
is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar
I It expels all cold from the system by
acting as a cathartic on the bowels
Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar i9
a certain safe and harmless cure for
colds croup and whooping cough
KEY WES EDITOR
HAS PASSED AWAY
JAMES T BALL iOF THE ADVER
TISER EXPIRED SUDDENLY
WHILE ON THE STREET
The Miami Metropolis of the 6th
inst has the following under date of
March 5 from its Key West bureau
Mr James T Ball editor of the Key
West Advertiser ana one of the old
est ctizens died very suddenly last
Thursday
Fpr some time Mr Ball has been
in ill health but his intense interest
In his work and untiring energy kept
him at his post until the end On
Thursday he was apparently wet and
went to his office as usual About
ten oclock he had occasion to go on a
business errand and when near the
i ohn Wfcite bank building he fell
Some passersby quickly went to his
assistance but he had expired before
they reached him A doctor was
summoned who pronounces 1 his death
instantaneous due to heart failure
By the death of Mr Ball Key West
loses one of her best champions He
was untiring in Ms efforts to ah r
Use the city and in the face of the
severest ridicule maintained and ex
pressed his belief in the future im
portance of the city
The bereaved family have tho sym
pathy of the entire community The
remains were kept until Friday after
noon to await the arrival of Charles
Ball son of the deceased The funer
al was held from St Pauls Episcipil
church and was attended bv the rela
tives and friends of the j eased and
family
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often caused bv Coffee is
relieved by 10 lays use ot
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SIMPLICITY FOR THE LITTLE MAID
Simple dainty little frocks employ
ing fine materials are far more effec
tive on the small girl than numerous
frills and furbelows which not only
give the child a rather overdressed
appearance but cause no end of work
for the laundress Any of the sheer
summer materials will make up well
after this style A yoke effect is at
BUYING UP EAST
COAST PAPERS
The last issue of Town Topics con
tained the following article of jnt r
est to Floridiano
Mr Flagler in spit of his tremen
dous Key West extension now in
progress is reaching out in new di
rections It is beli 9Wed that he aims
stock in
at owning a majority of the
Coast
East
every newspaper on the
several of which are far from being
paying properties Two or three could
be name that have been carried
along for years simply in the hope
that Mr Flagler would raise his bids
or need them in some direction
Within a short time he has acquired
the lesser paper at Palm Beach and
actually in con
ie is virtually if not
trol ofthe other One or two of the
Miami papers which maintain a nom
inal independence like anything else
will drop into hs bag when the figures
have been raised Mr Flagler has
in
the principal papers
long owned
Jacksonville and St Augustine It
it not vital to him whether they pay
he use about all of
of not ae can
their plants for the enormous amount
of job printing that his enterprise
require
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tained by the deep shirrings and the
long skirt portion reaches to just be
low the kneeline The neck is finish
edwith a narrow stitched band of the
material in this instance a sheer
white lawn and a similar band gath
ers in the full bishop sleeve about the
wrist A bow of white taffeta ribbon
ties the little maids hair on the left
side
ICE WAGON HORSE j
FELL INTO THE DITCH J
j
A peculiar accident occurred yes
terday when the shafts of an Ice
wagon broke and the load was some
how precipitated upon the back of the
horse hauling the wagon carrying the j
i animal to the ground The break I
j down accurred on Adams street just
south of Zarragossa and the horse
1 rolled into the deep drainage ditch
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from whence he was extricated only
by the use of a plank gangway and
a block and tackle
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IN THE GOOD OLD FASHIONED
I DAYS
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Powered Wigs Formed an Important
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Adjunct to a Gentlemans Apparel
It Is safe to say that the majority of
bald men of today would gladly revive
I the old dignified custom if they could
I But they can < xo the next best thing I
to It that is hold on to what hair they
J have i
In cases where the hair root or hair
I bulb has not been completely destroy
I ed by parasites that infest it New
bros Herpicid wiil do wonders in the
way of encouraging a new growth of I
hair Destroy the cause you remove
the effect That is the successful mis
I sion of Hsrpicde For sale by WA
D lemberte 121 south Palafox street
lr send 10c In stamps for sample to
far Herpicide Co Detroit Mich
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Marine Grocery Co 0
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604 606 608 610 S Palafox St
Phone 725
V J VIDAL Manager
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
EAT
Just Received
Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch
50 kits ° f fancy Mackerel 125 per
kit
50 kits Salmon 125 per kit
60 kits halibut fins 125 per kit
50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
5125 per kit
Bloaters Milkers and Roes Herring
Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill tickles
German Sauer Krout
Pigs Feet in kits 100
Maaowil and Langes Fruit Cake
National Biscuit COs Fruit Cake 25o
per pound
We handle the celebrated blends of
Coffee roasted bjr the Gulf Cay Coffee
Co H P CMpman Manager
Oaxaca 35c lb Gold Standard 25c
Ib Diamond Blend 25c Ib Golden
Rio 20c lb
Strictly fresh roasted and as good
as any Coffee soB in this city
Send us ydur orders and we trill de
liver promptly
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Wouldnt it be delightful for you to
always be served with the satisfac
tory kind of meats How would a
pound of really good sausage appeal
to you today The kind that will sat
isfy and nourish It is digestible and
healthful made of the kind of beef
that mother would use for the Sun
day roast
West End Market
Cor Belmont and DeVilHers
PHONE 385
HEADS OF FAMILIES
AH parents owes it as a duty to
their families make home as pleas
ant as within their power lies Theres
nothing so elevating and enabling as
good music and nothing batter to
make music with than a good piano
We will place a piano in your home
for ten dollars down and two dollars
a week
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
Pensacola Florida
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SMOOTH HERE
The Star Steam
Laundry
37 E QarOen 5t Phone 114
Penaacela Fla
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Old newspapers fort
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