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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, -1911.
HOFFMAN SEMI-MONTHLY PRICE LIST -J 0 57 EAST GREGORY STREET, CORNER TARRAGONA STREET. PHONE 825. These Prices Go Into Effect TODAY, and Hold Good for the Next TV0 WEEKS, Providing There is no Great Change in the Market During That Time. t I,! Ammonia,-JPr bottle o J .Apricots (Cal. ITuiu, no. 3 can Aspararus Tips. lDoy-n Apple Butter (Goodwin's Beat) lib tins 09e Apples. No. 3 cans. Peerless Brand ..09c Bacon, sliced, in lib glasses ....30c Peanut Butter, medium glass ........ 14e Peanut Butter, large 25e Butter (Sweet-as-a-rose) 35c Butter, renovated 30 Beets, Flag Brand. No. 3. per can... 13c Beets. Van Camps, Early Red. No. 3 can 13c Beef. Corned, Morris 17 Beef. Boasted. Morris, lib cans 17e Beef, Chipped. Morris 15c Buckets, Id qt, galvanized 18c Blue. Tall Boxes ve Beans, Lima. Van Camp's. No. 3 can" 09c Beans. Strfng.ess, Flag Brand. No. 3 can U'V Red Kidney Beans. Holsum Brand. fancy grade. No. 2 can ............ 09e Pork and Beans. Van Camp's, No. 1 can 09c Pork and Beans, V. C No. 2 can . 14c pork and Beans. Campbell. No. 3 can 10c Bixola Polish 08c Beans, Lima. pr lb 08c Blackberries, No. 2 can, for tsies.... 09c Buckwheat, per pkg 9c. or 3 for 25c Brooms. 4 strings jfe Brooms, 3 strings 28c t- " : I BAKING POWDER. I Rumford, 8 ox Jfc vRumford, 16 OS 20 I Good Luck, 18 08 08e Campbell. S os, 3 for 09e Campbell. 16 ox 09c LHI-Lo. 1 os 09c ,fcHi-Lo, 8 OS 05c f Catsup. Blue Label Z3c : Catsup. Red Snapper 230 CEREALS. Corn Flakes, Quaker, per pkg- .. 09c Oat Meal, Quaker, 10c or J for .... 19c Grape-Nuts, per pkg 14c Cream of Wheat 14c Poitum, small 13c Postum. large 23c Tapioca, Pearled, lib pkf'..'. 09c Barley, Pesried. lib pkg 09c Shredded Wheat Biscuits 12c Oat Meal, National, per pkg 09c Sago, per pkg ....................... 09c Bird Seed, per pkg 09c Triscuit, per pkg 10c CHOCOLATE. Cocoa, Nelson, 1-5 Tb cans .......... 09c Cocoa. Baker's, 1-3 lb cans ... 23c German Sweet, 1-8 lb pkgs, for .. 25c German Sweet, 1-4 lb pkgs, 9c, or 3 for 29c Baker's Baking. 12 lb pkg 19c Conkey's Chicken Remedies. Gape Cure 50o Lice Liquid. Pint cans , 35c- Head Lice Ointment 10c Laying Tonic 25c Cholera Cure, small size, 25c, large size 50c Poultry Tonic 25c Lies Powder, large size 25c Chicken Pox Remedy 50c Scaler Leg Remedy 60c Poultry Worm Remedy 60c White Diarrhoea Remedy. 60c Cod Fish, per pound 07c Fish, Flake, No. 1 can 09e Clothes Pins, 2 1-2 dos. for 05c Crackers. Excelall, 6 for ............. 25c Cheese, Creamery, per lb 20e Coffee, Cafe Du Monde, 1-Ib tine .... 28c Coffee, French Opera, 1-lb tins ..... 28c Coffee, Golden Rio, Gulf City, lib pkg 19e Coffee, 1 to 1. Gulf City, 1-i lb pkg 10c Coffee, Peaberry, per lb 18c Coffee, Java Blend,- without Chick ory, 1-lb pkg 30c Green Rio, per lb 17c Cocoanut, Brazil, per pkg 05c Cottolene. 41b bkts .... 60c Cottolene, 101b buckets $1M Corn. Little Chick. No. 2 can. 08c Corn. Blue Label. No. 2 can'-. X 12c Corn. Flag Brand, No. 3 can 13e or 2 for 23o CHICKEN FEED. Scratch, Corno, 100-Ib sacks 12.09 Scratch Feed, per pk 30c Chick Feed, per peck 35c Beef Meal, per lb 06c Bone Meal, per lb 04c Oyster Shell, Crushed, per lb ...01c Crystal Grit, per lb 1?c Grits, Coarse and Fine, 11 lb peck .. 23c i ' - i.i i . Extract Blue Ribbon, per bottle .... 23c Extracts, Bear Brand, Lemon and Vanilla . 09c Extracts, We-Li-Ki, Lemon and Va nilla, 09o Extracts, Bauer's Lemon and Vanilla 09c Fly Paper, box 25 double sheets for . . 35a EVAPORATED FRUIT. Prunes, per lb ' 09c Peaches, per lb 10o Raisins, per pkg , C8o Apples, per pkg 10c Lemons, per dozen, extra fine ......20c FLOUR. Obelisk, 12 lb sacks 45c Obelisk, 24 lb sacks 90o Critic, 96 lb sacks .32.88 Graham Flour, per lb 08c Nabob, 24 lb sacks 82o Nabob, 12 lb sacks 42c Nabob, t lb sack 21c Grape Juice, Welch, 16 ox bottle .....23o Gelatine. Chatnner's. Granulated and Shredded, per pkg 10c Hominy, Van Camp, No. 3 can 08c Jello. Lemon, Cherry. Peach. Straw berry and Orange, per pkg 9c, or 3 for 25c Jam, Clipper Brand, Strawberry, Quince, per can 10c Kraut, Van Camp, No. 3 cans ....... 09c Kraut. Oott Co., No. 3 can 09c Kippered Herrings, per can 11c Lye, Red Seal, per can 05c LARD. ' Compound, per lb .................... 11c Snow White, 51b pall 58c Snow White, 101b pall ..31.10 Sliver Leaf, 61b pall 77c Silver Leaf, 10-lb pail 1.53 Leaf Lard, bulk, per lb 15c Mackerel, each 08c Mince Meat, per pkg. 09c Mustard Colburn's 09c Mustard, Eddy's, prepared, per bottle 09c Macaroni, 1-2 lb pkg, 5c, 3 for 09c Macaroni, loose, per lb 10c Meal, Gonzalez, 11 lb peck 25c Machine Oil 09c Matches, Crescent, pkgs for ...... 25c Milk, Pet, Evaporated, small size ... 05c Milk. Pet. 9c, 3 for 25c Milk. Eagle Brand, per can ........ 16c Milk, Cotton Boll 09c MEATS. Dry Salt Sides, per lb 14c Bacon, Wrapped, per lb .............. 18c Hams, Swift's Premium, per lb 20c Hams, Picnic, per lb 14c Olives, (Llbby's) Plain 10c Okra and Tomatoes, No. 2 can, per can 09c Oysters, No. 1 can 9c, or 3 for ...... 25c Oil. per gal : 10 Olive OQ (Plagnoll). pts 30c Olives. 18 oi bottles 25c Car-Wl-Co, 1 Gal 60e Onions, per lb 03c Karo Corn Syrup, 2Tb cans, per can.. 09c Union's Cooking Oil. I lb can 28c f?nYHp- 6 " tn- er can.. 21c Peaches, Begin Brand, Lemon Clin, Coarse. 8lb for 05c No. 3 can 17c Starawberries. for Plea, No. 2 can 09c Peaches, Horse Head Brand, No. 3 Salmon, Argo 18-. can 0 or 8 for 25c Salmon, Violet Columbia River...... 20c Peaches, Crimson King, Tellow, Free, flmon ,Plx, ,v 11 Table. No. 3 can 20a ?arc- r- J PJc o . . Starch, Celluloid, per pkg 05c PotatoesIrish. per peck 25o starch. Corn. 1 lb pkg 08c Pnmpktns. Van Camp, No. 3 can .... 09o Shrimp. No. 1 can 13c, 2 ftr 25c Pineapple. Sliced, No. 2 can (Numsen) Sardines, Game Cock (Mus.) per can 09c 13c, 2 for 25c Sardines. Lagard'S Brand, (Imp.) "rSfiSuc80!?1 Cro" Bmnd- io- saine8ToAerican:Vn on-;::::::::: 'It Grated. No. 1 can .......... 10o gtove Polish. Enameline, per can .... 05c Pineapple, Scholls Cocktail, No. 1 - Sugar, Standard Granulated. 18 lbs.. 31.00 ca 10o Soda, Arm eV Hammer, 13 os pkg .... 05c Peas. (Cal.) Dry, per lb 09o Soda, Sal, per lb 03c Peas, A J ax. Early June, No. 2 can .. 09c Peas, Old Abe Petit Pols, No. 2 can.. 18o . Ttst Peas, Faultless, Petit Pols, No. 1 can 10c SAUCE. Peas, Spilt, per lb 6'2C Peas. Lake Erie, E. J. No. 2 can ... 07o J Perrin's 28c ... Hlrsch 09c Pepper (Fran's) Red and Green Pep per 23c Pepper, small 08c SCOURING. Sapollo. per bar .. Bon Ami, per bar 08o 06c PICKLES. Relish, Wfliams Bros., per bottle .... 10c Chow Chow, Williams Bros., per bot tle 10o Chow Chow, Cross BlaekweH, per bottle 4.. 38o Sour, In bulk (Cucumbers) per dozen 10c Rice, Head, 17 lbs $1.00 Rice, Fancy Japan, per lb 05o Soup, Campbell's, per can 09o Sausage, Vienna Style, No. 1 can .... 10o Spaghetti, 1-2 lb pkg, 6c, 2 for 09c Spaghetti, No. 2 can, Italian style .. 14c SYRUP. Alaga, V Gal .... 35c Alaga, 1 Gal 63c Alaga, 3 lb cans, 13s, 3 for 25c Alaga, 1 1-2 lb cans 10c Car-Wl-Co, Gal 33c SALAD DRESSING. Durkee's, small ...................... 09c Durkee's. medium 25c Snlder'e large 25c Campbell's 09c Yacht Club, Medium Size, per bottle 25c " SOAPS. Octagon, 8 bars for 27c Ideal, 3c bar. 2 for 09c Naphtha. Fels, per bar 05. Fairy, per bar 05c Ivory, per bar 05c Grand Pa's (Tar) per bar 05c Lava, per bar 06c Sweetheart, per bar 05c SPICES.. ; A i: Allspice, ground, per pkg ,5c. or t two for 09e Cloves, ground, per pkg t e or-twe for 09c Cinnamon, ground, per pkg 5c or two for 09o Cinnamon. While, per pkg 5c 2 for .. 09o Ginger, Ground, per pkg 6c, 2 for .... 09c Ginger, Whole, per pkg 5c, 2 for .... 09c Red Pepper, ground, per pkg 6o or . two for 09c Poultry Seasoning, per bottle 09c Pickling Spices, pe prkg 6c. 2 for .... 09c Thyme, ground, per pkg 5c or two for 09c Pepper, ground, per lb 20c Pepper, Black, ground, per lb 20c Cloves, grain per lb 20c Allspice, grain per lb ................ 20e Nutmegs. 8 for .. 05o TEAS. Tea, Heno. 1-8, 1-4. 1-2 lb pkgs, per pkg 10c, 15 and , 30c Tea. Tetleys 1-4 lb and 1-2 lb pkgs.' per pkg, 10c and 20c Tea Mixed (Loose), per lb 40c Tomatoes, No. 3 Clipper Brand ...... 09c Tomatoes. Clipper Brand, No. 2 can. each 07c Tomato pulp. No. 1, per can.......... 04c Tomato Paste, -per can 04c Tripe, Armour Brand, per can 18c Tongue, 1-2 lb cans, per can 18c Tongue, 1 lb cans, per can 30c Vinegar, bbl, per gal 25c Vinegar. Elko Brand, 1 gal. contain ers, pure apple cider 50c Vinegar, La moo o Brand, per bottle .. 10o Wash Boards, Brass Junior, each ....-23c Wash Boards, Brass King 28e DARDl.lEPBERS CHAHGE GOOD SHAKE STORIES mm m. mm am k til A fl tfM mf I I t I Vl t LARGE RATTLESNAKE WHICH ' HIS DOGS HAD TREED ON AC COUNT OF A RABBIT WHICH IT WAS SWALLOWING BAGGETT TELLS ONE TOO. s ered the rattler stretched at full length and lying near a dead limb, and how he backed oft and cut a limb, and after carefully measuring the distance) had hit the snake on the head and killed it, ; By this time, the other members of the board bad arrived and the -meeting was called to order before the other members could tell whether or not they had killed any snakes since the last meeting; .' TO PREVENT THE GRIP. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re moves the cause. There Is only one "BROMO QUININE.- Look for slgna ture of E. W. Grove. J5c '. Last night while some of the mera ' ters of the board of county commis I sioners were awaiting the arrival cf other members of the board prepara tory to holding the regular meeting of the board, a couple of good snake stories were turned loose on the au-,'dlence. I ' Commissioner Geo. H. Davis told the i first one. . He said that Monday morn ling as his grandchildren were start ling to school, he heard the dogs bark ving as though they had treed some- fthlng, and as the children are fond of following the hounds, he told one of fthem to go and see what the dogs had treed. Mr. Davis says that in a tevr minutes one of the children returned and asked him to go with them to the $iogs, saying that they had treed snake. "Uncle George says that when he got to the place where the dogs had treed, he found a huge rat tlesnake about six feet long, and that the snake was just swallowing a rab- f bit. having swallowed the animal tip to the shoulder, and that several other frabblts were around the reptile, Mr. Davis had his gun along and he ?hot the snake, but as the reptile was i coiled In such a manner that the" rat tles were just above the head ?nd he shot at the bead of the snake, 'ne says fhe shot off some of the rattles and is f unable to tell how many it had. It Is 'the opinion of Mr. Davis that the rab ' bit which the snake was just swallow ling is what attracted the hounds and that they had literally treed a rabbit Jin the rattlesnake. ; After Mr. Davis had finished his ystory. Commissioner M. O. Bagget told jot an exciting encounter, which he had Lwith a large rattler last Saturday, iflnally succeeding In killing the reptile. rwhich was about five feet In length. Olr. Baggett told how he had dlscov SEiiT 10 JAIL ! FOR 24 HOURS FOR COUP! C. J. PRITZ WAS SENTENCED BY JUDGE BEGGS FOR PERSISTING IN SMOKING AND WEARING HAT DURING 8ESSI0N OF COURT? OF RECORD. TIME GOOHB JUDGES We of laundering give us their work each week. know this to be a fact. s Yes, we are enthusiastic over our work and we have good reason to be enthusiastic it is the best work done in Pensacola. ' It is the best because we have the best equip ment of any laundry in Pensacola, and because we use extreme care and skill all through the laundering process. Want better laundering? Our wagons pass your door. Stop one to-morrow, or phone us. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY 15-1T WEST ROMANA ST. PHONE 18& (ft Coffee Cripples Many a Jon and cripples don't usually win races. In the race for success on needs good health. If you find coffee a handicap, suppose you cut it out. POSTUM 19 days ma put you In the running 'There's a Reason" Postum Cereal Co.. Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. C. J. Prltz, a white man, was sent to Jail yesterday to serve twenty-four hours for contempt of court. He was sentenced by Judge E. D. Beggs, of the court of record. Prltz is said to have been smoking in the court orora ' and to , have been admonished about it two or thre times by a bailiff, but it is claimed that he paid no attention to the ad monishment of the bailiff. Finally Sheriff Van Pelt called the attention of the Judge to the matter and the Judge ordered him brought before his stand. Pritz is said to have put on his hat while the Judge was questioning him, whereupon Judge Beggs turned to the sheriff and said: "Put him in Jail for twenty-four hours and let him sober up." RETAIL ASSt CH00SEST1PA FOR MEETING NEXT ANNUAL 8ESSION OF -ORGANIZATION TO BE HELD IN CIGAR CITY URGE STATE LEG ISLATION. N TOBACCO SEED READY. Washington, March 14. The first crop of the 1911 growing season to bacco issued by the department of agriculture, will be ready Monday, April 10 at noon and will report the condition on April 1, of winter wheat and rye. lOteiOAB CASE Oi! TODAY C. D. EDWARDS THE FIRST DE FENDANT TO BE ARRAIGNED UNDER THE LAW KNOWN AS THE LOAN SHARK LAW. C. D. Edwards, the manager of a loan office, who was recently arrested. Will be arraigned today in the court of record on the charge of charging an usurious rate of Interest on money loaned. He will be the first -defendant to be tried In a local court under the law known aa the Stokes loan shark law, which was passed by the last legislature. Recently the case came before Judge Beggs on a motion to quash on the ground that the law was unconstitu tional, but its validity wa3 upheld by the court and the case will be called for trial today. With steadfast determination to use every effort to have certain bills which havo been drawn up passed by th6 legislature, the 8tate RetaiL Dealers' Association convention came to a close last night, says the Jacksonville Me tropolis. . The most important matter dls cussed by the organization was the protest against parcels post as detri mental to the transactions of retail business and the order of procedure and the steps to be taken in having such bills as the association has care fully drawn passed by the legislature. Both matters, which are of vital im portance to the retail dealers of the state, have been carefully . discussed and a letter from L. T. Kalkins to Sec retary Burhans was read at the meet ing of the association yesterday and made a matter of record. The letter is as follows: "Dear Sir: A petition protesting against parcels post and addressed to your association is herewith respect fully submitted to you. The petition was circulated . by the Retail Mer chants' Association of Jacksonville and fairly reflects the sentiment and the opposition of the measure of the rep resentative firms of the city. Many more signatures could have been se cured had the writer had more spar time to circulate the paper. "It will be recalled that the parcel a post convention of the Southern Mer chants' Association, held in Nashville, February 2S-March 2, passed strong resolutions against the bill, condemn ing it as antagonistic to mercantile in terests and of no real benefit to con sumers; and therefore an unmitigated it irnmiri ii ft' . e.-.,sSM-.!t it na 'mji's-i M, "Diamond Edge" O Shears "No others as food' Sharp wken you get tLem, axu3 tiry stay starp. Pay for themselves ly aaving in grinding, all the time doing tetter work, and doing it easier and quieter, tnan " the other kind1 You need a pair; H. W. GIBBS HDW. CCX Thlesen Building. TWI Sarsaparilla By virtue . of its unequaled blood-purifying', nerve-stength ening, stomach-toning, appetite-restoring properties, is the one Great Spring Medicine. Get It today in usual liquid form or tablets called, Sarsalabs. 100 Doses $1. evil. At this convention an argument, considered new, was advanced by James Fernley, secretary-treasurer of the National Hardware Jobbers' 'Asso ciation, against parcels post He held that additional legislation would he demanded by the mall order Interests for transportation by the government of still heavier freight than the 11 pound maximum limit impending bill, and he also pointed out that there would naturally follow a proposal for the government to haul passengers by mail. New Ideas Admired. "This may be a new idea in conven tion, but it is not a new one with the advocates of parcels post. In the first parcels post bill offered In congress some eleven years ago by Senator Pet tlgrew, populist from South Dakota, it was provided to carry merchandise by mail up to 200 pounds on a maxi mum charge of 60 cents from any where to anywhere In the United States. The reduction to 11 pounds maximum in present bills, is merely a concession in compromise to the strong opposition encountered in the past ten or eleven years. Furthermore. ther3 was a book out just about the time parcels post was first sprung, advocat ing the carrying of passengers as mail. The author of this book is the man who is the head of, and who has all along been doing the log-rolling for the Postal Progress .League of New York City, and of Washington, which league is supported, it is affirmed, by the big mail order firms of the north and east." Tampa Selected. Tampa was decided upon aa the meeting place of the next convention of tha association, and the following telegram was received last night from the board of trade of that city by J. T. Mahoney, of the executive commit tee: The board of governors of the board of trade asks you and others of the executive committee to use every hon orable endeavors to secure Tampa n I the next meeting place of the Retail Ml other's era Arc Recognized the World Over as tKe "Standard Quality" When ; . It Comes to "Tub" Suits. This is the season for Boys' Wash Suits. You will need one not one, but two or three for your boy. We are showing a great assortment of patterns and prices in this line. . , .,,1 ' Boys' Busier Brown, VA to 5 years, $1.25 to $3 " Blouse Suits, 6 to 9 years . . $1,25 to $3.50 Remember, these goods are the famous "Mother's Friend" make. See large show window. ' Shirt and Wash Pants. Boys We are also showing a. great line of Boys' Shirts and Soft Collar goods . . . SOoto 75o Boys' Wash Pants in Khaki, Linen and Pin Stripe. Let Us Show You This Line of Goods. ' WM. fOHN SON SON Dealers' Association. The city will b theirs, with all the trimmings, and anything that you promise the conven tion will be fulfilled with good meas ure, W. B. POWELL, Secretary. WORMOLOQY should be studied by every parent. If your child is nervous, fretful, starts In it's sleep, is pasty faced, has rings under its eyes, always seems hungry, is not gaining weight, you can be sure the trouble is worms. White's Cream Vermifuge is an absolute cure for worms. Ia It's own purgative. Sold by all druggists. MANY ANIMALS ROASTED ' TO DEATH IN A FIRE By Associated Press. Fort Worth, Texas. March 14. Nearly two acres of stock sheds burned here today, roasting to death between 500 and 1,000 head of horses, sheep and hogs and seriously burning four men. The value of the dead animals is esti mated at about $250,000 and the prop, erty Idas $500,000. PILES CURED IN TO 14 DAYS Your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cur any case) of rtehlng. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Plies In 6 to 14 days. 50c WILL1 STUDY CONDITIONS RELATING TO REBELLION By Associated Press. Tucson, Aria. March 14. F. A. Van derlip, president of the National City LADIES' NECKWEAR- Just received, entirely new line of Ladies' Neck wear Lace Collars, Jabots, Stocks and new -"-line-Hand Bags and Purses, Barettes, Belt Buckles and Pins. OLIVER DRY GOODS CO. PALAFOX AND INTENDENCIA. PHONE 750. DUY CIGARS MADE IN PENSACOLA National LoafThe Best 5c Cigar Sold Now sold by B. B. Cafe, Chris Tabarras, East Hill Grocery Co., War fleld Grocery Co., Klein Grocery Co.. Quina Wilson. Arbona Liquor Co.,-Pastime Bowling Alley, Geo. Constantino, C Caprisos, C. Thlesen, D. Cocore nls, A. Pallso, H. Muller, Busy Bee Cafe. Hugh Maloney's Cash Store, R. A. Boyett, J. E. Dubulsson A Bro., Smoke Shop In lobby of Thlesen Building, and many others. John Cepariss, W. H. Harris, Red Cash Store, Levy & Hallmark, wholesale. JOAQUIN MARTINEZ CO. P. O. Bex 813 Maaslactsrert ! CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS Phone 349 209-211 E. INTENDENCIA ST. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. Bank of New York, accompanied by Colonel Epes Randolph, vice-president of the Southern Pacific lines in Mex ico, left yesterday fOr Mexico to study conditions as they relate to the insur rection. On his return Mr. Vanderllp will go to the Pacillc coast to inspect the Harriman lines. cn box. ,25c