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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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THE-, !I JOURNAL WILL RECEIVE :SU SCRJPTIONF F THE' .SAN FRANCISCO RELIEF FUN 0 !i> 0\toC: ji i\j







, DESTITUTION AND SUFFERING'IN : >< I ADMIRAL EVANS ON TliE


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PHILIPPINE TOWNS Three Charges of Powder Ignited


Passed the Night in PENSACOLA TO SEND $1,000 ** DESTROYED- BY FIRE by Molten Metal Caused by

Streets Parks By Associated Press.
Cemeteries' Short Electric Circuit.
& Manilla April 20.-Fire has '

\ and FOR! RELIEF OF SUFFERERS i!' swept the town of Marquraa,
on the Wharves. an Riscal province. Many n

e thousand persons are homeless n Were Unloading 13-Inch Gun When
and starving. Two thousand

HUNDREDS OF Report of Earthquake and Money Will Be Wired to Governor CLARK ANDGROSVENOR ,*f&n government dwellings to the are is sufferers.in rushing ruins.assistance The- R<< I Accident Occured.


Volcanic Eruption a Hoax Pardee, of Californiathis ** near IFire the also town destroyed of Cefou. Pasil.Two COURT OF INQUIRY NOW SIT.

DEAD BODIESKnown ,* hundred dwellings were burn .
Morning. $ ed and many persons are home- K- TING WILL. MAKE FULL INVESTIGATION '

By Associated Frees of-inquiry wired as follows "Can see ( less. CONGRATU
Trinidad, Colo., April 20.-A report no smoke. Mount Capulin; looks the I-

reached this city to-day In a, dispatch same as it always old. See no use Action Taken Mass r of w fC H ICY H'B i'C is (t-'rC0..Curl' *:I ,LATES OFFICERS AND MEN ON
at Altercation Floor of
Had
to Be in Ruins of the Various to the Chronicle-News from for alarm. Believe'the rumor a Meeting Lively on

Folsom, N. M.:, signed by B. R, Ray, hoax. Did not feel any earthquake HEROIC ACTION FOLLOWING)
Hotels Within the that an earthquake had .occurred shock her So far as I know there Citizens L Las lkight.f House, Which Was Finally Adjusted EXPLOSION. .

there and that Mount' Capulin, was iu was none.
Burned District. eruption. Ray is not anown here. Mount Capulin is eight miles from '& by Mr. Williams. REG ISTRATION .
The Colorado and Southern agentat Folsom which is one hundred miles SUBSCRIPTION LISTS'FOR BENEFIT -
Folsom, in. answer? to a telegram south of Trinidad. By Associated Press.
I OF SUFFERERS FROM By Associated'Press New York, April 20.A cable dispatch
(Washington,, ,April 20.-Mr. Wile .
FAMINE IS FEARED EARTHQUAKE AND FiRE WILLiE liams today'made good his notice CLOSES to the Herald from Caimanera
Another Fire Has Broken of yesterday and dbjected to any Cuba, says:
OPENED AT BANKS NEWS business except, under the rules. The "Rear Admiral Evans commander.

Out in Market' St. Wharves F.APER'OFFICES! ,AND REAL ESTATE !House District then of ,Columbia resumed consLateration appropriations.What of. in- h1et of the Atlantic fleet, has ;,'s* 4

Be- OFFICES THIS MORNING. promised to be a serious altercation I T TODAY sued this general cutter! :
between Mr. Grosvenor of "The comman r. n- hiet regretsto

mands for Food.PROVISIONS I By Associated Pre". wharves on North Market street and Ohio, and Mr. Frank Clark of FlorIda have to inform the fleet of a deTlorable -

Washington, April 20.-A dispatch it is feared that unless it .h soon was diplomatically adjusted by accident which occurred on
checked it may reach the Oakland With: the characteristic generous Mr. Williams of Mississippi, who appeared .hoard the Kearsarge on the after-
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OF ALL KINDS .BEING from' the chief operator of the 'Western ferry," heart that is possessed for the 'afflict- in the role of the peacemakerand Loon of Friday, April, 13, 1906. on r
Union at San Francisco receivedat 'The fire Is practically un 'er control ed and needy the citizens of Pensa had the language of the men Last Opportunity is Presented the target grounds off Cape Cruz,

SEIZED BY RELIEF COMMITTEE the war department 'early tonight in the Western addition but is cola in mass meeting assembled' last stricken from.the record., Cuba, as a result of which two officers .
says: ,"It is now reported spreading toward North Beach and night pledged themselves to forwardto Voters to Comply With and seven men lost their. lives
AT OAKLAND! -SUP three o'clock, Ban Francisco time, around the east side of Telegraph, Governor Pardee of California INVESTIGATION IS and five other men were seriously.

PLIES BEING RUSHED TO THE that fire has broken. out in the. H31L" $1,000 in cash'by wire this morning, the Law. burned while unloading the left
with more to follow, to assist in re- thirteen inch gun which had been
STRICKEN CITY-ELEVEN POSTAL lieving those who lost their all by the BEING CARRIED ON l left loaded at the end of a run over .
killed in the Cosmopolitan on Fourth BOY ABDUCTED fearful catastrophe of the. present THOSE WHO FAIL' TO REGISTER.. the target range. Three sections of :I
CLERKS RESCUED-ROB. street week.It r the powder which hay( been laid ou
Many are dropping dad. from heat was decided to have those who AND ARE IMPROPERLY REGISTERED -, the turret floor were accidentally j.
BERS; ,SHOT BY TROOPS. and suffocation.Over BY THREE MENBy desire to subscribe to the fund forth CHAIRMAN ZELIUS OF BOARD OF ignited by molten metal caused by a

one hundred and fifty personsare sufferers do so at tie! four,different PUBLIC' WORKS: ADDRESSESTHE WILL BE UNABLE T.0 I short circuit for supplying the carrent'to -' 1

reported lost in the 'Brunswick banks' in th$ 'city, the 'newspaper ,. the electrfa rammer. Full 1n.
IN MAY PRIMARY !
By Associated Press. Hotel, Seventh and Miss'on streets. --Associated Press.. ___ offi.ces..th- real estate ;1 lees and the ._ COMMITTEE.. PARTICIPATE vestigation and report will be made
San,Francisco, April 20.--iSan Fran- The.,only building standing-'between I (Chicago,- April 20.-Ansoa*"Rich mayor's office. .. ,.: '- '::# : AND,'VOTE--FOR'::.THEH, t>>y.acpurUrfInquiry jiow. sitting and: .

cisco's: darkest hour has dawned intoa Mission, Howard, East and Stewart, ards, 3 years of age son of Professor Mayor Bliss was elected chairmanof The finance committee of ,the city the 'f acts ascertainable fadfeale tfca' "
day of,hope. Its time of overwhelm streets is the San,Pablo hotel, whicli Wm. Richards instructor of the meeting and A. H. D'Alemberte council in continuing the work of in- FAVORITES.Have every' detail relating to the way inwhich
in'g disaster and peril is ended and is occupied and running I secretary.. The purpose of, the feathering vestigation of the Board of Public the accident occurred win be
I Mathematics at Yale
university, was known. The commander-in-chief .
: extends
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the future is now the subject of gen- was explained by the chief exe- Works. Chairman Zelius of the board
eral consideration.The OHF.F: HOUSE: MAY abducted here to-day by three men: cutive. It was unanimously decided registered? to the captain officers, ani,
STILL' BE STANDING : who carried him in an automobile that immediate relief for was present at the investigation yesterday you men of the Kearsarge his sympathy!
fire is practically under control away the sufferersis '
afternoon,: and gave the coun- If not now is the time to fix yourself at the loss: of life and injuries sus
and the work of relief started inearly and no trace of him has yetbeen : necessary.:
,San Francisco Cal., April .The I found. cilmanic committee some straight if you desire to participate in tamed on board that ship. The cir-
,
,
in
the
today.: Homeless people t To Negotiate Loan.iD. talk concerning the'Gingles and other
report that the famous Cliff House the democratic primary_May 15, 1906. //lAwnstances immediately followingthe y
parks and vacant lots were providedfor Hale Wilson secured the floor and matters. He told! the committee, as disaster however, gave such an
today as speedily as possible by had toppled into the sea cannot be Charged With Murder. in a speech expressing his sympathy far as he is concerned the council This 'applies to those who are not exhibition of discipline self-sacrifica

the bakeries.The verified and is probably untrue In Anna. Dowdy was yesterday lodged for those of the Golden Gate city in could employ street superintendents, registered or are registered improp: end heroic! conduct that one must be
destitution and suffering are in the confusion is. impossible to reachit. in jail by Chief Schad 'on the chargeof their misfortune moved that the mass laborers and others if the body desir- proud of belonging to a service which -"
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describable.' ) Women and children murdering her husband Bud Dow meeting appoint a committee to negotiate ed.. Chairman Zelius according to his erly.The registration office will close at furnishes such officers and such .;.;
who had comfortable homes a few dy. The alleged killing occurred at a loan of Jl.OOO from one of own 'statement is of the opinion that and when men."
days ago slept' last night-if sleep Holly, Santa Rosa county. Both the council is "butting in" on the I 5 o'clock this afternoon
came at all--op hay on ,the wharvesor PROVISIONS SEIZEDTO parties are negroes.i (Continued on Page Three) board in the management of affairs. Supervisor of Registration Scott
on sand, lots'near North Beach. I closes his books, it will mean the CLERKS SMOKERA

Instructions were isued by Mayor FEED'THE HOMELESSOakland finale as far as registering in time,

Schmitz today to break open every -- ..' .- N ,-..," to vote in the coming primary. In GREAT SUCCESS
store containing provisions and distribute I .v. afternoon the
this
short at 5 o'clock
April 20. To, feed and
them to the thousands under closed
of the registerer will be
house the unfortunate people of San office
police supervision. been I '. .and those who have failed to register
have, suddenly
Two pen were shot and killed this bereft Francisco of ,homes'whq' and! means of livelihood -: _.- ,I- "Rill not be able to vote for their MEMBERS: AND INVITED QUEST& _
morning for looting. Early severe offices.
I I choice for county
is calling forth the 'best.efforts ENJOY THEMSELVES AT
measures taken by the soldiers and American. throughout the country .j
It is calculated
this city. -
police in shooting down thieves is 'of the people of two hundred' ( like to exercise the rights of an' BANQUET TABLE.
that at least
what maintained'order.. ii Kp American freeman by going up to the II
thousand have come to this side of the :- ___ in their
allot box and droprpng J
bay and are now distrt.buted'among. for the men of their choice.In I b
DESTITUTE THOUSANDSAT the homes of Oakland, Alamenda; and votes the language of that fearless man, The smoker given last night by. _j
Berkeley: I Wingate Folk, of The Clerks Benevolent Association j
Joseph
Chairman Stearns,, of 'the executive! f .rrvww Governor Missouri, the man who does not exrcise .ro\ed; a great success in every way,l '
AT HE.REF CAMPSSan committee' seized a' car load of flour > his right of suffrage Is a.several toasts were made, among; .f
this morning containing 810 sacks. American." Fonalans will' the number was that of President;.
: This was divided 'among different sec poor let the criticism of the Missouri Elliot who toasted The Journal, wishing .1
Francisco, April 20.Next to tions. A car load of' Ice was also lot fall on them and those who the paper good hick and success)
viewing the many square miles of seized for the hospitals and a carload governor registered and are im- in all its undertakings. A largo ?
ruins, better'realization of the des- have not I
no onaj
of potatoes was also taken.It registered will undoubtedlyiiep crowd was present and every
truction that has come to this city can the committee properly office today enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Refreshments ,
is not the purpose of G .vyA in to the Supervisors J
be gained than byvisitng: the refugee to confiscate ,these goods and the and fix themselves. were indulged in during*! ,
camps located In the districts un- names of the consignee was takenin Supervisor Scott states that ilast n the which time selections were rendered?? j

touched by the flames. each case, and soon as any funds few! days the registration ha on the phonograph.
Golden Gate' park is the Mecca of are available they "rlll be pad; for. been brisk and he anticipates a large At the regular business meeting i
the destitute This Immense playground The emergency however, is such that number of applicants today.31SHOP before the smoker several importan :
has been converted into a vast matters were considered. The Association :
.acUon"jn the matterwas
firm
prompt and .
contemplates admitting the :
mushroom city that tears resemblanceto
the fleeting towns located on the deemed necessary. TO lady clerks in the city as honorary-,
station Thirteenth
the supply at ALLEN
At present i\J.
border of a government reservation and Franklin streets is emp- members of the organization at which j
about to be opened to public' settlement .. received. time they will give a banquet la,'
fast goods are
tied as as
SUNDAY honor of the same.
Common destitution and suffering Demands cannot be-supplied, and what I CONFIRM I A committee will shortly be ap,
has will result when;the stores of the city pointed to solicit contributions for.;
wiped out all social and racial
are empty is a'matter past conjec- the beirefit of the California sufferers. -
distinctions. '
The white of Californiahas 1. -' ': RCT/B. Bishop of membership of the Association,
: Allen The
P.
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forgotten his antipathy to the ture.Mayor Jf Rt. *
Asiatic Mott has addressed a circu- arrived in the city last night bas increased from the original num
is maintaning! friendly labile
and lar to the bakers of this city, Alameda d guest of the Catholic :bar six to a total of eighty-seven.
the
relations is
with the new Chinese and and Berkeley, requesting them to continue f and
Japanese \
neighbors.A clergy.
of holidays. elMs '
work ,regardless Alien wil confirm a INTERESTING SERMON IS
society belle who, Tuesday night, Bishop
The bakers have agreed to work of 125 children and 30 adults at high DELIVERED BY DR. SWART*
Vas a butterfly at the grand opera 'and "' church Sunday -
night day. J Michael's -
J1t>Performance Is now assisting some mass mornfns. The 125 children will Dr. Swartz:;, of the Hebrew Union.
factory girl In the preparation of 7
BEING RUSHEDTO communion at
SUPPLIES -- jade their first College of Cincinnati officiated last
meals.
The hIgh mass will at the services at Temple \
THE STRICKEN:: CITY rclockmass. evening
Xot alone are the parks places of \ I'D tlkI.O ( place at 10:30 o'clock. Re v.i Beth-El. Dr. Swartz who is an eloquent |

refuge.safe Every large vacant lot In Chicago, April-20.Reports from SO K 'Ml! take rather Fullerton b ing the ele- speaker, delivered an interesting
zone has been preempted and ,a
will deliver
Allen The
the Union and Central Pacific railroad f brant. Bishop sermon. subject was,
ven the cemeteries are crowded. A here that enormous : BAtL wAS NEVt "Proclaim Freedom to the Work and
well known young lady-of social posi- offices say ,r'< tion amounts of supplies are already moving PLAYED JUKfcTHM -
when asked today where she had Two packing 1'\ c'laies at StJoseph's church l large and atentive congregation was
San Francisco. confirm
to
spent the replied "On a ; WTHfc will deliyerermons
night : He
: present
of meat to- : at"arri gton.
grave: houses sent eight cars an.? '
., Minneapolis is sending flour ?2. 'Lp.DA j!; at both placss.- -I
IS GROWINGIN j
REVIVAL
i
and every part of the country la mov- Ti
I' ) 1 LADIES DESIRE EARLY INTEREST DAILY 1
HUNDREDS D DEADRUINS IN ing for the relief of-the 8trlclt city. I CLOSING ON_ FRIDAY.

PAPERS'ON" I The revival meetings at the Pala-
OF THE HOTELS MONEY AND; DEPOSIT ARE.. INTACT ? :An effort will be made by the la- fox Street :Methodist church con-
dies of the city to have ths merchants tine! to grow in interest. Rev. Buteier '

Oakland, Dpi-20.-At a meeting of .. ana bankers close at noon on 1 is a. forceful speaker and the'

San _Francisco, April .-From a bankers this ,morning, (Mrt Lynch of n ) Friday, in order to give the Mrs.em-A. meetings are taking a deep hold on
free half holiday.
story ( ployee3 a all those who attend.
lodging house at Fifth ave. thata
the First National bank, reported -
; and
Wednesday morning, more than sev- committeehad examined 'all banks i Zellus: .Miss Kate Wentworth There will be no services to-day
"ty-five bodies were taken today. vaults in San Francisco No 1-AT THE BEGINNING OF THE BASEBALL SEASON IT IS THE JOYOUS SMILE AND BOUQUET: other ladies are conducting the cam The congregation is looking forward ;
and safe deposit .
Fifty of early cming''and are confident to the arrival Tuesday of Prof. '
more aign
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dead. bodies are in sight found themralHntact. This WE HAND OUR HOME TEAM.
: and '
18 the ruins. 1 / that success will crown their Yates a talented singer, who willcharge -

*t least one hundred ,persons were (Continued on Page Five). No. 2-SHOWS ,THE CHANGE WHEN:: THE HOME'TBASI> HAS LOST. ..ABOUT TWO, :GA3IES."i_ Sorts. tu.ke of the 1lD&a&: '

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The Following ..Self-Explanatory Telegram -, ', ip At, V "la every staatioa General, Lee
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iia : was received by Knowles Bros., yesterday: ;" rhtIj : T TRASFERS f[ S : g i was a peat a'dominant figure. The

.... \1 )._: I character of Lee has been somewhat
j : -1 ',- ..' \ I lost sight of in the study of his career,
S V V V\ but it fairly glows with all that is high

II Hartford onBff April I19t 1 1906.1 i1l; \ (Following is a list of the deeds recorded -, ,-. and noble and true. The Bayard of
yesterday reported by the \ ; the South exhibits the chacterLtkj of
M \? the Christian gentleman to the full.
-. Pensacola Abstract Co.: i
iii To: 'Kno.wles Bros. Agents ; N. C. McMillan to A. A. Fisher,lots 4y / ,befoUowedtobefoved.hhisrcai.'eT His is a personality to be studied toy

5 6 .320, New City 4'*
p. 7 and 8:In block. his
and in simplicity he
h' 4\ \ ness is anY
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i ?1 and other considerations.A. \ enduring inspiration to true manhood
Pensacola Fla ,Brent, the E. ;
; A. Fisher to R. J. I N for all America-the world eyes"
\ < 15, ft. in lot 7, the.'E.' 15 ft..of lot 14 ,
and the W. 25 ft, oLlot 6 and the W. V
I No definite. advices are as yet obtainable! from San Francisco, 25rft.of lot 15, in theN! of Week 57,"

Maxent Tract; also the E. 15 ft. of lot

but the Hartford will 6 and W. 25 "ft. of lot 5 of the N'/
fM its losses there promptly and in full at
., pay as of.block 57, Maxent Tract: land other The Patriots
; considerations.

1 Baltimore, Boston ,and Chicago. Continue business as usual; write V undivided'Taeo. Jones 1-8 'interest to E. E in Saunders the follow our TOWNSEND BRADY
CYRUS
ing described property to-wit: Beginning By
all desirable risks offered GEORGE L. CHASE at the N. E. corner of block Author of The Southerners," etc.

I :- 50 Water Front, on the W. side of
V V Jefferson St. wharf thence running? S; q War-time, story in all its aspects. It opens witb chapter

.. V.; V V President.h1 125 ft., thence W. 116 ft., thence N. in die life of Lee,woven around the hour in which he decided
V ., 125 ft., thence E. 116 ft. to the point
and Southland.
the
[ ; The Hartford writes.Fire and 'Tornado Insurance. V V of beginning/ ; also undivided 1-8 Interest to take,up arms for Virginia

in the following property to< V If There is a dual love story-a"vein of the mosMender-and:
t. V wit,: Beginning at the".NE corner; !: of
} block 50, Water Front on' the W. side I sweetest sentiment running through the pages.
it : of Jefferson St.' wharf thence runningN. I

60 ft., thence W. 116 ft., thence S.I I V Illustrated in Colors, $1.50
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if _______i- I- iJLi: _, ,i'.L: -- '.- __' .:,, :.' .: n ,. : ",_. ", : -,:' : 60 ft,..thence E. 116ft: t o the pointof V Jfwvr looiseUer hasn't it,publishers wSLsenilke iooipstt/tjgi M,. 'T "C beginning, comprising all that par upon receipt of price.
_---- i eel of land tetween W& of blfc.
t-_ V lying DODD MEAD & COMPANY
Daffen who are in the employ! ofilr. turned very tired and hungry, but house which was destroyed hy fire 50 and the, E& of block 24,..J400. ,
James Snoiwden last.Sunday.' {l without fish.Scbooj about two months ago. Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New Y olc

::1i. a BF.UUH ilr Marion Bush was a business closed Monday. Dr. Lore from Trout Bayou was Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.The _
visitor in' Pensacola last Monday.. I J Easter exercises were held at Oak in the store yesterday buying a excruciating pains characteristic '

._ ;Miss Mary Spare, spent Saturday I Grove on Sunday when an enter. supply of medicines and reported of rheumatism and sciatica are
ana' Sunday home returning to Myrtie taining program was rendered by very sick child at Escambia. Station quickly relieved by applying Chamber.
Special to The Journal. Grov Monday morning.: V ,pupils of the Sunday school. Among belonging to Lewis Coley. lain's Pain Balm. The great pain relieving -OIl
Beulah, April 20.-Beautiful' weather those, who attended were :Mr. A. L. :Mr. Frank Boghich formerly of power of the liniment has
; er again this morning cool and clear Counterfeiting the Genuine. McCallujn and Mr., J. E. Hogeboom, Pensacola the popular young stenographer been the surprise and delight of thousands -
Just right for work or play. We Foley & Co... Chicago. originated 'of McKlnnonville and Masters Grady for the Escambia Land I of sufferers. The quick relief
i? got the much needed rain last Saturday Honey and Tar as a throat and lung and Corrie Brewton and sister, Miss Mfg. Co., is not altogether satisfied: : from pain which it affords is alone

night for which we are truly remedy, and. on account of the great 'Maggie of McDavid and Mr. 0. K. with his position. .He says he wouldbe worth many times its cost. For sale
thankful Some were fortunate merit and popularity of Foley's Honeyand Bowman and family also of Mc- 'better pleased if the company by all drtfggists.
ti: nough to have sweet potatoes and David.A would have three '
Tar many imitations are offered only days, one a
cthet plants large enough to transplant for the genuine. These worthless! pay-day, one a holiday and the other ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW
and took advantage of the Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good."I Sunday he he wouldn't
Initiations have similar sounding and says SHOES JUST: RECEIVED BY WAT.
shower even if They had to bend the
names. Beware of them. The genu-J have been afflicted with kidney care if they would change all to pay SON, PARKER & REESE.: THE
pn Sabbath a little to set out a' few
ine "Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel-| and bladder' trouble for years, passing days. CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.
M ((!plants when the weather conditions I
low package. Ask for it and refuse gravel or stones' with excruciatingpain i Candidates'and drummers are ik
f were favorable. any substitute. It Is the best remedy ," says A. H. Thurnes a well firing the people 'a little',rest, whichis WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
The inspector of Rural mail route3 ,
been for coughs ,and colds. W. A. D'Alem.1 known coal operator of Buffalo 0. "1 very aceptible In these parts. "SWELL" LINE OF FOUR-IN-HAND VVV:1' '
has
fart of the over road our is not route as goatf and as says it berte dru'ggist and apothecary. J got no relief from medicine until I b-J. About Rheumatism. TIES; VERY Pfl TTY PATTERNS. ; OUert Lt01 Riche* : : :: ISO 2 Hod Kant of u4Paa Actstnttr. r
I taking Foley's Kidney Cure then ALSO' A NICE LINE 'CJr WASH '
should be gan
it and will have to be put in VIIpeJ
T.W.; Btape or there will be trouble. Now GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND the result was surprising. A few There are' few diseases'th.at inflict TIES. WM. JOHNSON' > & SON. 1Z4l7 V :,. : ; e.of EdlK&laUfaublJ..J
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3t" that particular part of the road complained $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING' doses started the brick-dust-liks substance more torture than rheumatism and r If : OaJSdl alof0pemi:1.
4-ii: of was assigned to a certain COMPANY.McKIMVILLE. and now I have no pain across there is probably no disease for which .. u' CaSu,.Clewul

tTj county commissioner, and he has. my kidneys and I feel like a new man. such a varied and useless lot of remedies JUDGE BLOUNTA V "-, .:A.11&11II.teon of elf OtMiw IfglicCPENS'ACOLA fafa&n

fl1i1 never looked after it nor has he done It has done me $1000 worth of good."i' have been suggested. To say I 1OtEViJli1uRMUi, V 2 Trains of Cos*
d any work on it although he has been < Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every that it can be cured is,. therefore a CANDIDATE V.--
pt asked: repeatedly to attend to It. We I form of kidney or bladder disease. W. bold statement to make, but Chamber Superb Street
1V:4: will soon have petitions out asking A. D'Alemberte, druggist and, apothe lain's Pain Palm which enjoys an ex Parade,
,the county commissioners to attend cary. tensive sale has met with great success -
ftEt! to it which they will surely do as the In the treatment: of this disease. WILL WAKE THE RACE FOR

Lt road was laid out two years ago and Special to The Journal. I HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HQS1EHY. One applicatio 'of Pain Balm will relieve WBYM08iiHHHA.ii.TUI mttnlku In*.

: should have been put in shape to McKinnonvilte April 20.-Rev. W. i LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE the pain, and hundreds of suffer V COUNTY"t; ".. COMMISSIONER--'V.- V
JI.it drive over long ago.. It looks to me Countryman was :with the ,us his OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE ers have testified to permanent cures FROM DISTRICT NO. 3. Mufnrmir coxnr*
ft4 es if some of the caoalates for reelection -his last appointment and was favored! FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER & by Its I use'. "Why suffer when Pain
;4i: were going to burnt up with a large congregation. I[ REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT Balm 'affords such quick relief 'and
ia Against something hard if they don't Mr. and' Mrs. John Boyton moved PRICES THAT WILL: INDUCE YOU costs but a trifle?' For sale by all 8RD&,',
44 Bend. their ways.iMl here from Jennings last week. I I'Mr I TO BUY. druggists. Judge A. C. Blount, tfr., announces : GENTRY VHOWlJ*
:Mr.. John Wilson was in the city and Mrs. Donaldson visited I I lu The Journal this morning that he -

on) business one day this week. He Seminole ,Saturday and Sunday.Mr. V V HOIERYPHOSIERYI! HOSIERYLARGEST will be a candidate for county commisaioner -
3kt has been kept at home very close and Mrs. D. C. Henderson entertained XfiD MOST from district No: 3, the
d.c on' account of his wife's sickness a few-friends last Friday II I. ESCAMBIA I OF MEN'S HOSIERY COMPLETELINE TO BE district now represented by' Jas. MAndrews. FLORIDA I

Tt1d Iruf she Is some better now and 'will ,evening in honor of Mrs. Henderson's FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER ,& This will make a three- ,
go, to visit her children and other sister, Miss Blanche Burns, of cornered race in that district as
.t'1 !relatives In Alabama this week if Beatrice Ala. Games and music,, REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT both the present incumbent and his V
THAT WILL
PRICES INDUCE
she continues to improve. Frank were the order of the evening and i Special to Tne Journal YOU 'predecessor, W. A. Shelby, are also APRIL 24th. 1906
Wilson and wife of Baldwin county everyone reports a pleasant time. j Escambia, April 20.-The mill of TO BUY. candidates. ,
V came last week to sea Mrs. Wilson Mr.. Hog t:1Joom: was in our village the Escambia Land Mfg. Co., is run- -- ,:Judge Blount is not only a gentle-
end, will remain to take care of the Friday; and Saturday in the interestof ring on full time or late and as a GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND man of'V legal attainments, but of! at 2:15: and 8 o'clock p. m.

children and look after things while The Journal. consequence a large majority of the $10.00 AT sfANDARD CLOTHING great imsinesg' ability as well and the old folks are away. Miss- Sallie McKinnon. has just returned -employees! are suffering no hard COMPANY. \ would :make a very valuable. memberf - --- ---- -

Paul Shelby and wife of Musco- from a few weeks' visit to h i'ls. V the board. Ke believes in good PRESS.TRE' .
; gee spent part of last week with Pensacola.Mrs. A young man named Jim Cannon roan's' -that, in tact is one of his ESCAPED CONVICT
Mrs. John Wilson who is Mrs. Shel-- Taylor Crafotree' and Miss had the misfortune' to have his hand $100.00 REWARD lobbies-and if elected the people of BUT/TON
V by's mother. Mrs. Fannie Netherlands Pearl Williams were pleasant callersat very seriously cut while at work at his, district would have a good road3 $100.00 REWARDOne
another daughter of Mrs. the'home'of Mrs.: John Boynton, the lath machine Wednesday, morn $100.00 reward will be paid for' the representative on the board who ,
Wilson's .with her husband 1 n",. Monday. V ing. The cut' was very painful, butit arrest and delivery to the sheriff of would do them good servi e. V ":0-:
Netherlands are at present the Mr. Emmanuel Grubb and family is thought that it can be treated Walton county., one Charlie Renols
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. moved. from here Wednesday to successfully without having any a negro. Description: Height 5 feet Hundred Dollars ($100.00) reward .
t;: Mrs': C. B. Busby who was quite Baldwin county, Ala. further operation performed theron. 10 or 11 inches; weight about 160 or will 'be paid for the delivery to I
: i sick-laet: week is, much better now Mr. and Mrs. Mdbre of Greenville, The many friends of Robt. Hood 170 pounds; bright mulatto with medium ExcursionBy our stockade in Santa Rosa county
and :will ,soon be enjoying V her usual Ala., have located here. another employee 'of the above named large eyes. Has scar on upper Bay ?la., of one white convict named Chas.
health, ,which will be gratifying news Little Miss Edith Henderson is company will be glad to learn that lip to the right of nose and when last Johnson. He is described as follows:

iii to her many friends: visiting her grand parents, Mr. and he is slowly improving from a se- seen he wore a blue faded jumper Color, white; eyes, light bluebeard; ,I '
id. ,'Mr. John Penton of near the.Brew- iMrs. Burns of Beatrice Ala. \tre attack of fever which seized overalls, a gray cap a new pair of No. the Knights'of Columbusfor stiff and stubby; head bald; middle! ,
i; ton settlement had business in Mr. Robt. :MeKInnon visited Pensa him Friday night last. 8 fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to the benefit of their building finger off of right hand; about 5 feet!
:Beullltq-. lat. Tuesday.. V He is always: cola a few days last week. (Mr. Arnold Cooper has returned be paid by J. A. Richbourg & Co., fund. 4 inches tall; weight about 150))
welcome whenever he puts In an'apjearance. ;Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reynolds from Mississippi where he went Crestview Fla. pounds. Escaped ". Friday morning,

L V visited Mrs. Reynolds' parents, Mr. some time ago. We judge from his Thursday 26on early, April 20 'going in direction of
M Arthur Spare and family were the and Mrs. H. P. Bowman at Jennings returning that he did not. find everything KEEP COOL. April Pollard, Ala. : The Rndicst-d Simplot-Sorest-6afe H IA'
guests of :Mr. James Snowden andjiinlly Saturday and Sunday. as favorable' as he expected steamer Monarch leaving Escambia Land & Mfg. Co.By Silf-fiUlng Pen. No calf glaM\ Perfect Slier ffli 1..1 I I
at an Easter dinner. Mr. J. S. Jennings visited his fam there. BUY YOUR.UNDERWEAR' NOW. Palafox wharf at 7 o'clock J. G. PACE. .-no ink to ipifl-no clogging I
Miss Lizzie Snowden was an ovei fly at Roberts Sunday. Mr. George Parazine has been veo'busy WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS p.m.FARE. oriiaklag. RJJ.
iV Sunday visitor with her uncle Thos Mr A. C. MaddoX! took his entire of late hauling lumber out THE SWELLEST LINE OF MEN'S 21april2t Ypn limply pre*the button(u J s" "

Barrlneau, returning home Monday. school down on the creek Thursday about two miles' from here where UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY. 50 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A"SWELL" la the picture in I)"aah.and the" pea fill*
ZV; Mr. E. Snowden and Mr James to Indulge in a little, fishing. They re-:Mr. W. Sander is :rebuilding his CENTSCOFFEE
V V LINE OF.'OUR.IN.HANDj Writes the instant it
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WEDDING AT TIES; VERY PRETTY PATTERNS; papol'EagIel

1 fl. ', ft ALSO. A NICE LINE OF WASH 50
VV COTTONDALEMISS fIVe TIES. WM. JOHNSON & SON.;
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V < ; WATSON PARKER & REESE HAVE .
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t : \}. JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP- No.IS with 14 karat soil! < nldfen
It Is point-best Vulcanized
MARY tbe Pfonesr-
Wrong iHOLLIDAY
< AND: are MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S rubber and fully guaranteed

Coffee Roasters of E* I.'TIuI No. 25
f r .LI HENRY E. MOORE JOINED SHOES: AND SLIPPERS| FOR CHI!., with aold banda.S2.50 V

West Florida. DREN. EacIe Flash" No. 28
i TOGETHER TUESDAY. ltgesiz. $3.00withguIdLnd.$4.oo

,To Suffer From a Germ'Disease When Liquozone is Free. GET A PANAMA $5.00, $7.50 AND
..'t.i' ; Sold by Sisdonenad
t4" $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Other StoresA
I Special i l to The Journal.- McHUGH'SBLENDShave .k YOUR DEALER. Inc
$ In the past few years, scores of diseases been made with it. Its power had been Abo most forms of the following; I Cottondale Fla., April 20,--On<, COMPANY.V doan't icU yon the Eagle
have been traced to germ attacks. proved again and again in the most difficult Kidney Troubles Liver Troubles of the "FLASH"Fountain Pena then
most brilliant
L8-J They were thought to be due to other diseases. Then offered to Stomach Troubles Women's Diseases! wadding:! Order Eastern Star. tend the retail price direct to
we
germ Fever,
Inflammation or catarrh-impure or pol- ever witnessed in Jackson count u. Each abaoIutclyCUU.
causes when old-time remedies were supply the first bottle free in every di- BODed blood-usually indicate a germ! attack. I y A trial Regular! meeting! of Florida -I aateed. pea
ki1 made. Can you not see why you don't sease that required it. And over one In nervous debility Liquozon acta. as a vitallitr, was consummated here Tuesdaj J JI Chapter No. 14, O. E.
get well if you treat a germ disease with million dollars have been spent to announce accomplishing remarkable results.50c. I 1 when Miss Mary Holliday and Mr r.e.;. will convince the con- S., 8 o'clock p. m. Tuesday -I I Eagle Pencil Co.
that can't kill ? Bottle Henry Edwin: Moore were .made'onE. ; 'I Uaaufactoters3V
tSi4 remedies germs and fulfill this offer. Free.If April 24. VIsIting'members j
it The remedy: of to-day is Liquozone, The result is that 11,000,000 bottles Miss Holl-day! the beautiful and' accomplished nolsseur that wed are cordially in 3V/Broadway,New York
and the first bottle is free. Its poweris have been used, mostly in the past two you need Liquozone,and have never daughter of Mr., am make vited. I I
tried it,please send us this We Mrs. T. R. is no extravagant
coupon. Holliday one of Jackson
told We ask
best test. to
by a you years. Today there are countless cured will then mail C1C V MRS. ELUA BEYER W. M.
try it;as millions have done, and Ipam ones, scattered everywhere, to tell wliat you an order on a local county's fairest daughters whoa claims. V MRS. ALICE WILSON. Sec.
.l' what it means to you. Learn what this Liquozone has done. druggist for a fu11- %e bottle, and will animated and loving disposition ha 13 I
pay the\druggist ourselves for it. This won for her of 1------- -- V.
do. a legion friends.
germicide But
f&a-made can 'so many others need 'it that this
Sir Knights
Attention
free
!
is our gift, made to convince : ;
offer is published still In late years'ciencehas you; Miss Holiday's costume was a:: I
Wholesale and RetsiGROCERS il
to let the product itself show you what 't Regular Conclave of
as and skill coiriiperfect.
gorgeous
traced of diseases to money
What Liquozone Is. attacks. Old remedies scores do not germ to it can do. In justice to yourself, please \ \\ Coeur De; Lion Cam-
1 f apply accept it today, for it places you underno mandary Number 1, QUALITYAND
them. We wish to show those sick ones To the strains of :Mendelssohn'ediiing .
tt The virtues of LiquQzone are derived obligations whatever.. -
Knights
-at cost what do. \\ :! march beautifully Templar 7:30p.
our Liquozone can render.ei
from The formula is sent to Liquozone costs 50c. and
solely gases. $1.. 1y: Miss Lucile Hearston, of BrewtonAla. ; L. "V m.,, Monday April SERVICEThe
v. each user. The of making requires '
process Where It ., the wedding procession entered I, and all 1 kinds of Feed 'V fA 23. Balloting and
: large apparatus, and from 8 to 14 Applies. '
CUT OUT THIS .COUPON work In the RedCrossSojourning
the bride and groom following 4h
time. It U directed chemists ,
by
dAys' e.f quality of our laundr:* wor
[r of the highest class. The object is to BO These are the diseases which Liquo- FlU It oat and,mall.It to TIle I4o.noson Com. maid of honor, Miss May Davis, o Stuffs.Pluto /BA Sir Is unsurpassed. Experi+m''o
i fix and combine the gases as to carry into tone has been most employed. In theseit panyi54M Wabash Av.,Ct aco.Ut Quincy Fla., and the best man MIUno. LIWA Knights are courtealy handle linens
-V S the system a powerful tonic-germicide. has earned its widest reputation. In )Moore brother of the groom an! !invited.TOARRY t operators your
; f Contact with Liquozone kills any form all of these troubles we supply the first 4i11epae Is.............,!.._........_......_. took their places before the sltai V W. GIBBS from their arrival here til: 'hare '",
of V disease germ, because germs are of bottlefree. And ib all-no matter how dif I have never tried liqoosone. but If YOU will which was beautifully arranged wftl: : Water W. HENRY NEEDHAM. E. C. : delivered to YOU.SP do
: .t'i vegetable origin. Yet to the body Liquo- ficult-we offer each user a two months' supply me a 50c bottle tree I will tat it. smilax and white roses and tbe. ceremony -Rec. I this because we want your work
: further test'without the risk of which them 'I inTressively -it's our sole I business to pipa--*
is not only harmless, but helpful a penny. made one was !I- '" I
V ion ....................... .. ....
.' g In the extreme. That is its main dis Asthma V V V GoItre-Gou ; -__....... .rn a-. pronouneeo! by the Rev, C J HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY I you. Try us on your next paci-
J tinction. Common germicides are poison bSCfSIOOnorrheaGlee' N. Wlnslett, who was Miss Holl:;: Wholesale and Retail. LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETELINE age.
Bronchitis Ufluefli .
'. i ; when taken internally. That is ''Why Blood Poison Hay La Grippe reve $ .............*......................-,-'..... day's pastor. OF MEN'S HOSIERY TO BE
4 medicine has been so helpless in a germ liQweL Troubles Lencorroea It would requirer much space, t o FOUND AT WATSON, PARKER &
tti disease. ., Liquozone is exhilarating, vitalizing COsiunpUou cbuths.-eoid* Malaria-Xeuraljla PUee-Quinsy: :A.1 0'*, ......................:.......-......... enumerate the many beautiful brida !New Orleans ,Grocery Co REESE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, AT The Star Steam
Contagions Disease RbcumattsmScroful! Give fnU address-wrtta plainly. {
purifying; yet no xiisease germ Caac -Catarrh &-SyphlIUbUo presents received by Miss Mary 'a PRICES THAT WILL INDUCE YOU
can exist in it. Dysentery-Diarrhea: Diseases there were 'over 100 of them. TO BUY. Laundry.
We purchased the American rights to Dyspepsia-BandraS Tuberculosis Xotethat this offer applle to new users only. ;Miss Mary will be much missei !
mInttpr.1u: Tamore-Ulcera Any
pby1danorboepttal not yet using LlauOiOM V
I Llquozone after thous&ndi of tests bad 'evez.-.O&11S&onea Tbroat TroublM wW be gladly supplied for s t. by society as her genial smile in:- Jas. McHughfPhone $1,50.AND $2.00 STRAP SLiPPERSFOR 87 & harden St. Phone 1U.P .

p parted a ray of sunshine on all occa L. $1.19 SATURDAY AND MONDAY ., .n..coa! Fla.

cions. 1 05. Proprietor. AT WM. JOHNSON & SON. .. .',.-
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ONtRIAL Columbian' [N '$$1000 )...,'? .- .',.




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-."...a.qi.J.4 Plaintiff Asks. fwentyThousand: T I (Continued from First Page) ;r >.,

| the banks this morning, and to wire

DoUa'rs.Ag ios the I[ the 'amount to Governor Pardee to t 5
I assist in relieving tae suffering i

4 1818 [L. & N. R.RII. throughout the district where dsas-
April
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,' ter' and ruin was wrought' The motion >
0- I prevailed, and several responsible -

Act of CongressEstablished NEGRO" CATTLE" THIEF ENTERS f V4PORA1'I I ti pledged. citizens themselves present with to endorse Mr. Wilson the \ ..1.
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Flagof (A PLEA OF,GUl:.T'( .AND IS RE. note for $1,000 if such eniorsement; :

United States. Cream is, necessary. The amount thus secured ;
MANDED BY COM'MISSIONERMARSHMRi3. ,is to be taken from'the general :

Boys born under this flag KATE FAY FINED (UNSWEETENED) I subscription: fund. D. Hale Wilson _

have world.the Our best store advantage givea in them the BY JUDGE LANEY. IN MUNICIPAL -!I made with scrupulouscare I and as son's thecommittee Rev.motion.P. H. Whaley called for were in Mr.named Wil A c\1- i ,..:


the best advantage in dress. COURT I for those who Subscription Points.

: >-On motion of'Frank L. Mayes: the J = 1THE ,.
This season we can sHow YOU' Demand the Best chairman: was authorized to designate ,>

the best clothing ever made for In the circuit court yesterday the Borden's Condensed Milk Co.,New York i the four banks in the city, the

boys; best in looks, style, qual- case of Anna : Goulding versus the newspaper offices, the mayor's sffice, .
Louisville and Nashville Railroad : I and real estate offices as places where '' iI
and best should realizeit. "
'
ity, you -
1 Company was taken up. The p'ain- ----,- ---. --,.. t those who desre: to subscribe can
tiff is suing for $20,000 damages for :'leave l their subscriptions. The subscriptions yr I

the alleged death of her husband ;;will be '1'\'\ rd"ov Ito: ;tjiecommitfeenamed '. -. 0 1 -- -
which she avers was caused by a ST. ANDREWS 'abov4 to be forward -' I -
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train of the defendant company. ed to Governor Pardee. -

Plaintiff alleges that a train of the i Telegram Sent. t

Jl; fd defendant backed -down upon her On motion Mayor Bliss! was author. 4 .- .-
M husband and killed him. The case I lied to, send a telegram of condolence -
THIESEH promises to be hard fought throughout. to Governor Pardee and also no-
Special to The Journal.St. .
,. tifying him of the action taken by
Andrews, April 20.-Business is
Lewis Pleaded Guilty. the massmeeting.. The''following is 1
J.ohn Lewis a ndjro; who 'has dull now in our vicinity except' the"the wire .sent: _
been regular coming and going of the different {
before the courts on more "Pensacola, 'Fla.! April :20.!
COTTRELL crews, who are fishing at Crooked ,
than
one occasion: 'was 'bou'ndover "Governor Pardee, :Sacramento, Cal.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. to the federal grand Island and St. Joseph's bay, and reports "Our people in mass meeting assembled -

Pensacola, ,Fla. jury yesterday jn Jhe. sum ,of' are that they are fairly success tender their heart-felt and 'profound .. .

....- $$800 by Commissioner.' ; Lewis ful.Mr.. sympathy; ,to the people of Cal '
-- Hinton Tblson and little son -
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charged with. stealing two cows ; ifornia, .in their stupendous catastro- : .. ;
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from the naval .reservation. James, were welcome visitors Saturday -. ,
WEDDING PRESENTS There phe.. Will wire $1,000;tomorrow morn. '
CutGlass and Sterling SilverwareW. seems ',to,be no'doubt of his' guilt; as and Sunday and Monday. in?. More to follow., LOOK FOB JHISrgADE-IIARg ON EVERY BOL' ,
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Mitchell and
he entered a plea of
guilty.Lewis
Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SI was convicted in: the federal court :Mr.: Sturrock have returned from "CHARLES H. BLS33, J

in August 1904 Presbytery, which met in Chipley, I "Mayor.
for.cattle
stealing and The subscriptions pure2AttMqi
are being sent to, Duff's {
TURTON &, BELL kept in )jail for some" tlmThe sentence and .report. a pleasant and profita'bt'etime. Governor Pardee, in order that sufferers iskey
was
finally suspended pending
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. throughout state miVjht be'
good behavior. Messrs. Armstrong and Truesdale
Kodak for Amateurs.R. assisted.Other cities besides San
Supplies. Finishing
Lewis ,when he entered his 'plea of are about to complete a nice large Francisco suffered by the '
,
'-- guilty yesterday stated to Commissioner barge for the German-American Lum disaster frightful LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers.
of Wednesday, and the citizens -
Marsh, "sentence- 'ber Co. The same firm has recently _..
K. WHITE, at once of Pensacola believe that all ___ I
Je-dge: I is to take punishment. finished and shipped launch "
to
reaoy my a par- should te
Watchmaker.Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate assisted. This explains
." The higher court will take ties in Pensacola.Mr. why nurse, who came to Pensacola from A Fine Line
Optician,30 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola..Fla. the money will be sent to Governor of
care of Lewis" The witness Walter Green of In Nashville last summer to serve during
complaining Gay, was Pardee
,is A. Herskovitz. town Tuesday. of San, instead Francisco.of toMater S'chmitz the fever epidemic, is desirous or-O I POLLARDSpecial I
Those afflictedand
Mrs. assisting the earthquake sufferers if
Fay Fined. The Methodist have had a large
Tersely Told Judge in need in San Francisco will! receive she can only get to the scene of the 'TENNIS
Laney handed down his .decision sweet toned bell given them for their their
in the Mr;;" Kate Fay case. church; by Mr. J. H. Drummond. It the share of the funds sent suffering. She offers her services
He fined the 'defendant $100 and governor as will the other sufferers free and ,yesterday telgraphed Gen. to The Journal.
used the first
was for time on Easter
Major Charles' H. Bliss was in Flo-I costs, and in addition, annexed a fine gun-day. throughout the iate. Fred Funston, at San Francisco, to, Pollard, Ala., April 20.-Miss Lula

tiaton tor a few hours yesterday. I of$250.00 which was assessed by C. Both the Presbyterian and Metho- Commercial Body Acts. that effect, but the question cf trans-I Gamble ,was a visitor to Century Saturday GOODSJUSTRECEIVED

General' S: E. French, of Laurel Mcrcno Jones against the woman dist churches observed Easter. Sunday The Chamber ,of Commerce, Pensacola's portation will prevent her going unless returning Sunday.
of his, as commercial body did not that be She located I Mr. Lina'say: made a business tripto
lull: is the guest daughter, during his' administration mayor. :with appropriate: decorations and fail can arranged. is -,
)lrs. Green, 517 West Baylen 'Both fines were for the same offense, services. to take cognizance of the at the home of Fritz Zirkelbach, Mobile Saturday.
catastrophe in San Francisco and 224 The :Methodist Ladies Aid had
street violation of the Sunday law. West Garden'street. an
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Gay, of Gay,
Th attorney for the dependent California. The following telegram Easter offering on Saturday afterxoon -
of the''First' were visitors in town .
The Baptist on Tuesday.Mr.
congregation
: which New Tennis goods.
was sent shows
asked for the feeling ot from three to six.
trial which
church will hold a conference Sun-' vas overruled.anew Notice of ,appeal motion was .,J. M. Wills is having a windmill} the members' of the board: Wm. Johnson S Son Mr. Will Helton and Miss Cora Rackets-$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
cay morning at'10:3Q o'clock in the erected on his property under the supervision Mayor Schmitz $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, 4.50, $5.00, 550.
given., and thirty days time, .,was al- : San Francisco, Cal. Emmons were united in Marriage at .
Sunday school room of the edifice lowed. .of .Mr. Grills.. "The, people pf P.ensacola,' .through Tetleys' Teas served free (in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Nets-$1.50, $2.50. -
The conference ,will.be for ,the pur. The Presbyterians haye igotten their the ,Cba Balis-3 for $1.00.
tCircuit n-ber, .CJ!? Con jperce, extendtheir and Mrs. Abe Emmons, on :Monday
rose of -taking"steps- for the purpose jCourt. T'- church bell in,place and it was usedon annex) by aa expert Either
,.Anna,:Goulding ys. Louisville and sympathy :your sorely afternoon at 3 p. m., Rev H. T. Fine line fresh spring Fishing
of calling a pastor. A full atten- Nashville Railroad Company, ,dam- Sunday for the first time. s -icken"people and the? Chamber of hot or iced. Call at the Big trout officiating. Tackle; new and of best quality.
dance of the membership is re- The / Ladies Aid will One thousand new Edison Records
Commerce Baptist serve
on trial. proffers its-aid in,
ages;
any way Store and a There is
Quested. Municipal Court. KEEP COOL. if can serve In the relief of the destitute try cup. ice cream at Hotel Bonita Friday af-just in. Come quick before they are

Taxes and interest keep growing at (An interesting docket was before BUY YOUR UNDERWEAR NOW. and suffering of your ruined city flavor fragrance and strength ternoon.Irs. picked over.

night as well as durin'g' the day-.but Julge Laney in the Recorder's court WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAS FRANK L. MAYBS, in'Tetley's Tea. Crow of Evergreen. is the Out of town orders promptly filled

they need not be paid at night The yesterday morning ,consisting pf six' THE SWELtEST LINE OF MEN'S W. C. JONES, President guest of her sisters Mrs. Ponncey -
force of "cumulative advertising"will teen cases eleven of whom were UNDERWEAR IN THE CITY;' ,Secretary' and the Misses Watson.On .

keep your income growing all the found guilty and five ,continued An Ei' ITiiTWiii j Subscriptions. WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT GO April 26 an election will be held

time-even though the money comesin exceptionally heavy fine of $100 or 60 GO TO WM. JOHNSON & SON FOR The following has been subscribed: TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE for one mayor and five councilmen.The F. B. BRUCEJ

only in the day time. days waa imposed', all IJ. 'Moulton, BAREFOOT SANDALS AND WHITE The Pensacola Jaurnai:.. .. ....25.00 AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT Perkins-Peterson Concert Co.,
charged with assault., The fines CANVASS OXFORDS. James MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c AND showed in the Pollard school house
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: McHugh. .v ... ... 2500 to small audiences
Get the Extract that can' 'be relied I amounted $229. Charles H. Bliss. .. .. .. ... 25.00 $1.00. two nights I
upon-'Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND 0. M. Gordon .. ... .. ...... 25.00 Miss T. Sowell, 'Pollard's few 'popular in, ___ _-_'----- ;--- --.- ,,.'-.--. ,
milliner is spending a days ,
Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far WATSON, PARKER & REESE' HAVE $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING A. H. D'Alemiberte. ,'.. .. .../ 25.00 CASSEL'S ART COLLECTION. Brewton with the home folks. ].I -a

as other kinds and the flavor is per JUST ,RECEIVED A LARGE SHIP. COMPANY. J. Andrews... .. .. .. .. .. 2500 We learn that Dr. J. D. Owens, Sr.,

fection. MENT OF CELEBRATED BUDD'S D. Hale Wilson. .. .. ,. .... 25.00 Purchased Mainly With Gold Paid Far' has been appointed quarter master .

SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR CHIL, _C. E. Merritt ,.. ... ....... 5.00 Hessians Sent to America. general of Clanton Camp Confederate .
'
$1.50 AND $2.00 STRAP SLIPPERSFOR DREN.A BLUFF | Rev. P. H. Whaley. .. ... ... 5.00 Veterans. Dr. Owens' will no i
$1.19 SATURDAY AND MON. l SPRINGS]I Those who desire can call at The Cassel is perhaps the only town doubt fill the office with honor and

DAY AT WM. JOHNSON & SON. FULL LINE OF BOYS' AND I Journal office and leave their subscrip! in Germany with a distinctly American distinction.BE .

MEN'S CAPS JUST RECEIVED AT, I tions. chapter in its history, and yetit

SMALL BOY RUN WM. JOHNSON & SON. : TRAINED is seldom visited by Americans. A LADY DAINTY.
NURSE
Special to The J'urnaf.I !. OFFERS Once upon a time there lived in
ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LQW I Bluff Springs, April 20.-Miss Elsie ASSISTANCE TO SUFFERERS Cassel the Landgrave Frederick II. Have Yourself Looking Your Best at
OVER LAST NIGHT SHOES JUST RECEIVED BY WAT. All Times.
Nipe
principal of school No.9, has: been
of Hesse. He seemed have
SON, PARKER & REESE. THE gone to Muscogee to 'be present at a Miss Bessie: Steward, a trained Look your best at all times. Don'twear

'CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE. teachers meeting to be held there. a very amiable sort of prince, with ; your best clothes at all times,but : .

ACCIDENT OCCURRED ON ,PALA- Mrs. D. F. McDavid has returned a level, practical head on his shoul- "look your best. Don't think, "Now,

Schaefer Wins Again. from a visit of two weeks in Pen GUARANTEED LIQUOR CURE ders. He loved his capital city, lying I'll just put on this waist underneath There is more shelf room in

FOX STREET, BUT DID NOT New York April 20.Schaefer sacola with her son Mr. R. L. MeDav.id in the mountain cradled plain, my coat; it's soiled, but it won't show," I.

RESULT SERIOUSLY.A from Hoppe in the billiard match to- and family.Mr. and he could look out of his palace etc. As sure as you do you will take an AUTOMATIC Refrigerator
night by 500 to 488. Gus Davis of Graceville, Fla., in
coat off or break your arm or
than in other icebox
visited his family here last week. NO DETENTION FROM WORK OR windows any fine morning over the your of any

Mr. B. H. Smith went to Nora LOSS OF TIME-DESIRE waters of the Fulda, which woundits some way be shown the error your i made. This is just ONE of

small boy namfed Butler, was,run last Friday on important business. lazy thread under the city walls. way.
over 'last night! in front of the Thie- SO DECEPTIVE Rsv. J. T. Fttlingim and family attended FOR: DRINK DESTROYEDBY He divided his time between improv- "What do you dress every evening I the points that have made

sen 'bu'.lding, between 9 and 10 the Easter 'service at Oak ORRINE. 1 for in those pretty light things when
o'clock. The' child was playing witha .. Grove last Suac'ay.Mr. : ing the town and amusing himself.In you never go out?" was asked of a deu the AUTOMATIC what it is

companion when ha unconsciously MANY PENSACOLA. PLE FAIL. Knapp, our railroad agent Caseel broad squares were laid girl by her next door neighbor as she I to-clay-the leader of leaders,

backed into the street directly aheadof TO REALIZE ThE SERIOUS- visited relatives- at.' .Marianna last When of our most reliable druggists out, streets cut and buildings erect- interestedly watched the proceedings.

a carriage. In trying to get out of week. make a positive! statement'that ed, while up on the hills at the castle -1 "Why, because I feel better, I "sup-
.
the way of the vehicle the youth NESS. (Mr. Rosenau, of Pensacola, was in he will guarantee to cure the liquor of Wilhelmshohe the landgrave pose. I have always done it, and it I
stumbled and',fell. The carriage passed town Monday. ha held court where l ladies fair !
Mr. Chas. Bryant 'has dance with directions ,
over his 'leg. The accident was returned orf relund the breakfast ia the morn GERSON'S
avoidable; as it is stated that the Backache is so deceptive. home from Mississippi.. money it shows his great faith in gallants bold united to do him as having" my I

driver did all in his power to stop.A. It comes and gOeS-kEeps you guess "Mrs. Geo. Dunn returned last the treatment It is in the way that honor. ing.
week from visit to' Orrine is sold by the This same den girl, when she comes
friends leading
a and drug-
.
H. D'Alemberte! who witnessed
ing.Learn So all marriagebell ,
-then it. relatives in in went'merry as a from her work at night, slips out of her .
the accident, examined the boy and the cause cure Castleberry Ala. gist nearly every city and town. In I _
states he is not injured. Nine times out of ten it comes from Mr. Darner Corley of Caryville every box is -a registered guarantee until the year of our Lord 1776. clothes into a completely fregb set, inexpensive

seriously the kidneys. visited his mother 'Mrs. Davis last 'Which entitles ;you to a- refund: of Then from over the seas came news and simple, but still fresh,
Marine Co.
$2.50 AND.$3.00 STRAP SLIPPERSFOR That's why Doan's Kidney Pills cure Thursday. your money if Orrine fails to effecta of wars and rumors of wars. The and feels like a "new woman." The! Grocery

$1.65 SATURDAY AND MONDAY it. Miss Ponie Davis has returned cure. American colonists, impudent rascals next afternoon she may don some of
AT WM. JOHNSON &. SON. Cure every kUney ill from back from ,a pleasant ,visit in Pensacola.Mr. N.O other cure for the liquorhabit had revolted against the the same things, but the blouse will 604, 606 608. 610 S. Palafox StPhone
ache to diabetes. and :Mrs. Chas. Taylor, of Fo-I has been sold in this,way and the re- be different because the variety, she : 725.

Here's a Pensacola case: to prove it: shee, Ala., spent Easter, Sunday with taarkablj guarantee shows how much king of England, and the land- thinks, rests her, and then this Lady

How to Stop Gossip. A., Oerting, seaman, of 419 L.. St. relatives here. superior Orrine isto the ordinarysanItarium grave pricked- up his ears. At Dainty, who works day by day, is pre. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.

There are two words, simple tells how.to do it. IJe says: "From Mr. J. C. Sorey hft Tuesday for or home treatment last one fine: day Frederick II. in always either to see her friendsor THE H'JME OF GOOD THINGS TO
enough in themselves, that introduce my experience with Doan's Kidney Crestview, Fla., where he has accepted There. is no detention: from work or Cassel received 'a communicationfrom pared evening with her Looks, EAT
untold trouble into the world Pills I can strongly recommend themto a position in the office of the loss of the time when Orrine is u3 d. III. in and enjoy an Just Received:
in of medicine L. & N. R. R. His many friends regretted -It, destroys the desire for liquor, so George England, and she at least knows the joy and
need good
end a Halibut Quick Lunch
are responsible for more gossip, anyone to se .him leave but wish ttat the drink will not be missed, and the result was that several thousand power of clothes and the blessing of Halibut Chunks,
for the kidneys. Kidney complaint of fancy Mackerel, JL25
scandal and harm than any other backache caused suffering at him good luck. also cures the deranged digestion, loyal Hessians were hurried off to possessing the knack of wearing them 50 kite per
and me
kit.
two words in the : (Misses Alice McDowell. and Mattie weakening nerves and other ill effects Mail
English language. intervals for years.The first or second aid the British in America, and the -New York 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
These two little words are nothing attack I did not min, but'as'tlme Lee Browder Mr. John Lawton of excessive drinking. restoringthe landgrave received a neat little con- 60' kits halibut fins, f 1.25 per kit.

more' than "they say." They have went by they grew worse and at an:># Mr. "Dock" Pinklet came patient to perfect health. sideration in the, shape of several 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound,
down prom Century Tuesday night Orrine is prepared in two forms, -
kit.Bloaters .
done more to ruin reputations than times laid me up. ,I could hardly walk and attended thg' social at Mr., and 'No 1 the secret remedy which can million dollars. And then- $1.25 per Milkers and Roes, Herring j

any other thing. If you never quote and it was a difficult while matter the to Mrs. G.: R. Stanton's. The young be used in food or drink without the Many of these Hessians made the ; EASYTO QUITCOFFEE II'!I Codfish, Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickle,

that "they say," you may be quite straightsn after stooping folks spent a pleasant evening with knowledge of the patient; No. 2 for long only to be surprised one ', German Sauer Krout
ktiney secretions were Irregular,and voyage j
those who take the of their
jsdedy
and
certain are not a gossip. But if games music. the banks of I Pigs Fet in kits. $1.00.
you
: unnatural. Doan's Klkney 1'1118'pro Mr. Lou Davis has gone to Chipley; own free:'will.N,Both forms are absolutely -night as they lay on ; i Maaewil and Lange's Fruit Cake.
IOu find yourself telling your friends cured at SidneY' Kahn's drug store, Fla.,' guaranteed to cure or they the Delaware and taken prisonersby ,i National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 250

at all times what "they say" and at No. S South Palafox" St., cured me. Mr.: Wilk Taylor of Foshee, Alalf! will cost nothing.: Treatise on how a colonial general: named George Ii i when you have weII.madePO8TUM I per pound.

the same time lifting your eyebrows''From personal experience I know: that is visiting relatives her to 'cure 'drunkenness free on request Washington, and Cassel became' the i We handle the celebrated blends of
and .'this remedy can>,bV, depended upon to Wilhelm Weaver of Orrine Co., Washington. D. C. The Gulf
shaking head res$ Mr. and Dr. art tollectioa which I Coffee roasted by the City Coffee
your you may of
fulfill the' representations made for this form is $1 box making owner' an !
of either ,
a
assured Century came down one evening price I Co., H. P. Chipman, Manager.
the you are saying something St." week to try their'luck with the finny the cost of the complete cure less: though small, is one'of the finest in Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard, 25o,

world would be better for not ,, For sale by all' dea1rs. Price 59 tribe but were not very successful.Mr. than one-tenth what is usually Europe, and which'"as purchased Ib;. Diamond Blend 25c Ib; Golden

hearing., cents. Foster.Mi1 ii'--Qo., Buffalo. B. H. Smith went to Century charged at sanitariums, with a 'guarantee mainly with British gold paid as I and the change for 10 days Rio, fOe lb.Strictly '

New York, sole 'agents for'the*United last Friday night and, was initiated that the expens will be notk hire for the Hessian soldiers sent to works wond rs.I fresh roasted and as goolj t
$2.50 AND $3.00 STRAP SLIPPERS States. '. in the K. of P. Lodge and goes to- lug unless a cure is gained. "THERE'S A REASON." as any Coffee sold in this city.
H. in St. I
F-OR $1.65 SATURDAY AND MON- Remember .the 'name-.Doan=-and night to "ride the goat" again. We Orrine is for sale by White's Phar America.-Grace S. Tytus I Send ns your orders and we will d.i
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DAY AT WM. JOHNSON &. SON. take no other. .. i hope he will ,get back home safely. macy. J 06 S: Palafox. Nicholas. Uver promptly. ----s

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spite the: spot of tremendous and malicious difficulties ana1 mercenary on-' Washington Letter _, Good blood, good ,health; bad Legal Advertisements

''lUJeltnjafola J011inal : hindrances here at home we are X 1 JJ/ 1 blood,bad health,; there you have IS HEREBY

: doing sane, effective: honest 'Work; f TOOJJOOA": / J*, Wby not help naturejusi a NOTICE GIVELtv! at
[Specttcoi.respondence-l the 12th day of May, or .
that we are going to build the canal >-* V/V/Wi JL-r IrVy V Mr little and change the bad .to the on a.j -,0.i
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Almost identical with the laying of thereafter as practicable, appnea .'Ji"
r' and build It well! good? Bad blood to good blood; poor blood to neb blood Ask your doctorhow
t the the cornerstone of the United States will be made by A. M. AVERY, O. :MGORDON .
'There are too many men on nearly this applies to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and how'it applies to.you! Could T. A. JENNINGS
W
DAILY. be there capitol by President Washington \\
WEEKLY. SUNDAY. to
not
.
I lethmus who ought ? We have no ecet! W.pnbllilj t.Q.AyerCo.
But in John F. Stevens and In the 113 years ago was the ceremony of _anything__ "e mor e fair the fornntsi of-.11 OPT mediCi-,,"! Lowell Ms a. VARN, C. W. LAMAR! and A. 4

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I I1t I[' men who surround him there burns laying the cornerstone of the new office -. AVERY, JR., to the Governor ot .

the spirit embodied in the words building for members of the houseof -- -- (State of Florida, for letters paten '.

...BY... I which Theodore Roosevelt is said representatives. Federal Masonic corporating. them and their asso:, '

I to have uttered recently to an engineer lodge, which' bad charge o! the cere- Political Announcements in accordance with the law: o'

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. about to depart for Panama: mony in Washington's time, had the I State of Florida, of which appnca] t

.. whateverthe the following is a copy:
'Remember this: that honor of swinging the cornerstone of -
think of I We, A. M. AVERY 0. M GORD \,
American people may : 'No. '
Justice peac District 2.
the house annex into place.In RATES. For :
FRANK L MAYES President the last thing they wiil T. A. JENNINGS, C. W. L"UIAR.\ >;
and General' Manager. you and me, accordance with tradition the The rates for political announce-
j1; ever forget about 'either of us wil! I r I hereby announce myself as a AVERY JR., and W. W. YARN ,
be that we had to do with the make stone is at the northeast corner of the ments, not exceeding: 8 lines, to run candidate for the office of Justice of hereby make application for !k: ,
'" building and its location correspondswith till the primary of May 15, are as: follows District No. 2 to
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ing of the Panama Canal! the Peace, subject patent incorporating us and our :(" i
Wonderful Railroad Into Ocean. that of .the capltol cornerstone. : I I the action of the Democratic primary cates'! in accordance with the law
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The Daily Journal... .... .. .$i0.00
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Since the capitol was built : J I May 15th, and would respect
Cuba! A rail- original State of Florida under the
Through trains to the t tu
The Journal..... .... 5.00 I
: Weekly the support of the honor-
1rr SUBSCRIPTION RATES. roa.a. track which stretches 100 miles wings hare been added at the north fully ask ing charter:
Thes.3! strictly cash In advance -:
cut into the ocean from the southernmost and south ends, so the keystone of the rates are : able vote of the good citizens of Pen- 1. The name of the t ,n..
One corpora -
year.S 00 One :Month........ ......... 45 mainland! Twin and no announcement will be sacola and Escambia county.VeryrespectfuUy.
;_t* Six Months................ 2 60 10( i tP! of Florida, building is now well toward the centerof inserted other AVERY HARDWARE & fellCOMPANY l 1':
One Week........... ..... from one to or run under any con- ,
Three Months... lines of stell that jump that great structure.The and its principal ,i'..m', "
.. ...... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.,51 OC dtions.! J. L. BELL.I .
another of the long, low coral islands
l\"ew OMee Building.The business is the City of Ptnsau ,
4;. -- wu--uw mu-uwJw w- which stretch away like a string of foundation of the magnificentnew For the State Senate. Escambia County, State of FOi.1:
hereby announce my candidacyfor
The beads from the peninsula to the .
Only Pensacola "
Newspaper From Which Detailed 2. The general nature of the
a .i southwest! More than five mites of house office building is completed, John S. Beard. a candidate for the the office of Justice of the Peace ,
and the floor beams for the first nom'nation: State Senate in the I of Escambla I ness to foe transacted by said C\li'
; Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. tremenduous concrete atches; and storyare to the for the Second District

more than fifty miles of rock and now in place, The senate office Democratic primary; called to be tell!! County, subject to the Democratic\:Ii ton: is the carrying on, at Pen-

earth embankments, over all which building, which is in course of construction May 15th, together with other speakers Primary to be held May 15th, I90. and elsewhere in the State o'of FL'':'

:;4 Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains solid Pullman trains will run into immediately north of the will address the people of Ls-:: R. L. NICHELSEN. the business of buying and! I _
hardware railroad and mill ,
Slq.I, i '
I the City of Key West! capitol grounds, is not as far advancedas cambia county upon the political Is- --
Government. I
Phon.38.'P' \
and at all News Stands. and any other kind of goocibs.,
'sues 3
of
Henry M. Flagler, multimillionaire the hous building, and its cornerstone the day at the following I hereby anounce myself a candi-
:. of times and of Justice of the and merchandise usually bougn .
Jt.Jnjlj ujjr sometmles called the "King cannot be laid at the present ses- places: date for the office
r Florida," dreamed it one January afternoon of Molino, Friday night, April 20. Peace for District No. 2, subject to I sold in the carrying on of Midi i ,'.'

r : PENSAOOU\: FLORIDA,.SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL' 21, 1906 t as he sat under the palms sion These congress.two buildings when completedwill Bluff Springs, Saturday day time, the action of the Democratic Primary ness, and to own and operate :sa:; <,\ .J
that grow about his subtropicalhome April 21.Muscogee. I May 15th. and turpentine stills, tram : i i. .
take the place of additions origi- steamboats, tugs, barges, sch,m: -
writes Frederic Blount War Monday night, April 23. J. D. GOSS. ,
;; .: Parks and Squares and if this is so you have real reasonto ren in Technical World Magazine for nally proposed to. the capitol building, Brent's, Thursday night, April 26. and other vessels, and to do all u:

worry. May. Being a man given to makinghis but which were objected to on the Myrtle Grove, Friday nght, April For County Treasurer.I acts and things usual, custom 'r

FJ': ; Not Appreciated.In dreams come true, he woke up, ground that they would mar the architectural 27. will be a candidate in the demo- convenient to the successful op/) :., o ,

f : In view of the recent action of the 'Women know that low prices are end set a multitude of men to work. scheme of that structure. Eachof Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time, May cratic primary of May 15 for re-nomi of such business.
only possible in a store where a Already the roao! is fast being con- the new buildings will occupy a' i 3. The amount of capita! "
(Pensacola Board of Public Works In 5th.Mlllview nation to the office of county treasurer. -
: structed. Within! three of and authorized is One Hundred ant! 1 j.: .
you
great volume of "business" and years complete square ground, they Thursday night, May 3. The support of all democrats will!
i- ;:. appointing park comissioners to look"r. "volume of advertlsingr are closely may board a sleeping* car In Chicagoand will be magnificent white structures of McDavid, Friday night, May 4.Nix's be appreciated. I Thousand Dollars ($$150,000 I. '0

i': after and beautify the different never leave it until the engine classic design to harmonize with the Precinct, Tuesday night, May J. ED. WILLIAMS.I be divided into fifteen hundred I 1

(arks and squares of the city, the related. whistles for Havana: Cuba. capitol and library of congress.The 8th.Beulah I shares of the par value of OIK ':.' .
The cost of extending :Mr.Flagler's dred Dollars ($100.00) each: -
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average Thursday night, :May 10. a
1:!;; .. following article, from the Savannah What Is naturally, "the poorest Capitol Building: hereby announce myself a candi-!
EaCoast railroad system Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday hundred and fifty ((750) of the :
:I".: News is of particular interest, and the Sept. i8, 1793, was the exact date of date for the office of County Treasurer .
day in week" at your store may over the southern keys or islands to night, May 11. shares to be paid for in proper ,

10'-; the suggestions made there in could be turned into simiply "the least the city of Key West, will be $95,000 the laying of the cornerstone of the Pine Barren, Saturday night, May; action of Escambia of the Democratic county, subject primary to the of I: wit, 'goods, wares and mercnau : '

: be accepted by this city with profit: which a mils. The railroad-which beginsat main capitol building by President 12. I I the residue thereof in lawful n, '. '
profitable day"- be quite
:: may Washington. Excepting the central] :May 15, and respectfully solicit the
Jacksonville, and the present ter of the United States.
The parks and the are
squares
another thing-by effective store-ad minus of which is Homestead twen- : it burned the British For the support of all voters. .-
: BOW looking more beautiful every portion, was by Legislature. JOHN G. WEUSH. 4. The term for which said c "-.'
vertising. ty-eight miles south of Miami-Is tobe in 1814. The entire building was fin- j'.tion shall exist is the period ot ,
i day; that is, where the greensward I I am a candidate for representative : n :>e
r. of the squares has been preservedThe lengthened 126 miles, at a total ished In 1827. The cornerstones for the in the lower house of the state ty-nine (99) years.
ji' I hereby announce myself a candidate -!
5''1 new foliage on the trees, the I I' cost of between ten and twelve millions extensions at the north and south ends legislature, subject to the action of for the office of County Treasurer 5. The business of the corpma :onis
dollar '
I t. freshness of the grass ano) the blowing PINES FOR CARRYING of of the main building were laid by the Democratic rrimary of May 15, subject to the action of the Democratic 1 to be conducted by a Pre> ii.''i]", a

,;j r of flowers constiute a delight to ** CONCEALED WEAPONS *# -.. President Fillmore July 4, 1851, when and I will appreciate the support of l Primary. Vice President and a Secn>unM

'":_4 every resident of and visitor to Savannah i. SUNLIT ROOMS.A Daniel Webster was the orator. The all democrats.. THOS. F. WRIGHTON Treasurer, and a Board of tn. '

i1' in whose heart there is an Jacksonville- extensions, which contain the present J. E. LONGS Directors, to ''be elected at tin n a" ,-
*
,': .. appreciation of the beautiful In Metropolis Southern Exposure Is the Best For senate and house chambers, were first For Tax Collector. annual meetings of the corp.:ia' ,

't. !cature. it All Houses. occupied in 1857 and 1859. .. I am a candidate for member the to 'be held on the first TUGMI.U, ai'. ,

:\{ Unfortunately, however, not all of 4 Sunlight is nature's most health giving lower house in the state legislature, I hereoy announce myself a candidate the first Monday in Dece&ibci or \ i .1 i

.. the city's breathing places, the A house without A Monument to Heed. from Escambia county in the Demo- for re-election to the office of year. Until the first election, i Mi. i.ricers .

11 squares, are in good shape and of attractive Throughout the country the courts scavenger. sun- A souvenir of the monument to the cratic primary of May 15, and will appreciate Tax Collector for Escambia county, who are to conduct the U"1I--!

i r- apearance. Indeed, some seem determined to punish severely light is unhealthy and unsafe for human late Tom Reed has been presented to the support of all Democrats. at the primary to be held on May 15, of the corporation shall bi> :A. \1.

;(:, of them are unkempt, not to say disjeputable. persons In carrying concealed wea- occupancy, and it is necessarynot the president by Representative Allenon CHAS. M. COSTON. 1906. I solicit your vote.: Avery, President; A. M. AuiI. I ,

1 They have been crisscrossed pons. This week at Savannah the only to have some sunlight, but behalf of Maine people. The Maine I Respectfully, Vice-President; and O M. (,o:
f.. by footipaths, and are marked fines for this offense have been raised to have as much of it as possible. It people propose to erect a monument I hereby announce myself as a.. J. S. ROBERTS. Secretary and Treasurer, an 1 f rI

and scarred with holes. There is airiest to 5250 and costs, or twelve monthson is,"of course, not feasible to admit the costing $::OOOO or $00,000 to Reed, and candidate for the lower house! of the Drectors: shall be A. M A\oi o \ ,

'!1 :: an absolute, barrenness of vegetation the chaingang. It has for a 1ongtime direct rays of the run to every room the money Is being raised by popular Florida legislature subject to the action At the solicitation of friends, I hereby I Gordon, T. A. Jennings, C.Y.. L.J': ::
'T except for the trees. Severa been the custom in the criminal of the Democratic myself candidate for
primary a
on announce
subscriptions. The president was one and A. M. Avery, Jr.
of house. The of all
a typical plan
:1' little gems of parks on Bull street court in Jacksonville to make such of those who subscribed. The souvenir May 15th. GBO. T. MORGAN.I the office of Tax Collector subject to 6. The highest amount of in-! .....
: ,1 how the possibilities of the squares, offenders pay from $100 to $250 or go houses is square or rectangular, and at the action of the Democratic
1 consists of parchment In token of his Primary edness or liability to which 1 r;>1' l' "
others might befIn to prison from to six months. least one side of the house is entirely
of the
b: ,1 i and every one one am a candidate for member of the May 15. 1906.NEILS at time *.'ti'j .
can
made equally attractive. There The,courts hold to the opinion that 'a beyond the reach of the sun. The other subscription. It' bears a fine portraitof House of Representatives from Es McKENZIE OERTING.For poration any I ..
self is One Hundred and fcif T! ; .
\
Isn't why some of the himself for bad three receive the famous $speaker of the house. ,
any reason man arms a purpose sides however, can cambia county, subject to the Democratic .

; jit squares should be dust beds .n dry when he has no excuse for carrying more or less direct sunlight, and the Dead Letter Office Curios. Primary. I earnestly solicit County Tax Assessor.I and 7. Dollars The names$150,00000)and resi.!. ,>'

weather, or why they slfrula! be deadly weapons, and that such men problem of the plan is thus reduced to One of the curios opened In the dead the support of the voters bf the coun- .
11 '\ treated by pedestrians as merely vacant are more or less promoters of strife letter office set of false will be a candidate for renomination the subscribers, and the a'J!!!
: arranging the various rooms so that recently was a ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. ,, ,
subscribed for .
!' lots to foe "cut across" at Ubit1ie and bloodshed. I to the office of County Tax Asses stock by e
'K teeth of mammoth
the amount of sunlight is adjusted to proportions. They
No'r ls It right that they should sor, in the Democratic Primary of May follows:
: erty. What any man wants with such their uses. And it must! be sunlight, for were semicircular In shape and meas- To the 'Democratic Voters of Escam
!I'' te turned into play grounds. They his in wherehe I 15. I respectfully ask your support. A. M. Avery, Pensacola Fl
weapons on person a city
ured inches The bia County:
twelve around. teeth
mere light itself Is not sufficient The Shares.
for the W. W. RICHARDS.For .
t' miniature parks!
should be has the protection of theofficersoi
) !beautifying of the city. There are rays ,of the sun have curative and were well made and beautifully polished l- At the ;request of many friends 0. M. Gordon, Andalusia, Ala.I" 1,
the lawis mystery. And is it nota
);t")1,'j numerous other open spaces that are little suspicious a that he intends to cleansing properties. that nothing, else set in terra cotta base and from the country and from the city I County Commissioner Dist. No. 1. 100 Shares.T. .

f available as play grounds. do some reprehensible l and unlawfulact has.It weighed four pounds. Another curious hereby announce my candidacy lor -The friends of C. F. Zeek announce A. Jennings, Pensacola, Fo: 'I,
Representative in the legislature at
; Neither the police department nor ? Well; if they are willing to take is generally admitted that a south- specimen received was a stuffed owl, 1907 him as a candidate for county commis- 50 Shares.C. .
the session subject to the actionof
11& the Park and Tree Commission pLo the risk of arming themselves they ern exposure Is the best for all houses but this had become badly damaged.. the Democratic, loth sioner from District No. 1, subjectto W. Lamar, Pensacola, Fbi .
primary, May ,
held at fault for the unsightly ap-- should not complain when sentenced and should be obtained whenever pos- Coat of Seed Distribution. 1906 I solicit the the action of the Democratic primary 50 Shares.A. .
and earnestly
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lieanmce of some of the squares, to pay lines'or go to prison. sible. Ibis immaterial whether the en- Postmaster General Cortelyou 'has of the Democracy of Escambia support of. May 15. M. Avery, Jr., Pensacola, Flor ",
for violation
t ,: though an occasional arrest Daily here crowds of impecuniousmen trance be placed on this side or not, so supplied the chairman of the house county, 50 Shares. .
r):;';' of the ordinance against "cut. For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2. W. W. Varn, Pensacola, Florida.
have beneficial can be seen gazing at pistols in Ions as the rooms most in use openon committee on ,appropriations with a I favor liberal pensions for Confederate -
across" might a
t Shares.
ting effect. The fact is that too many show windows and at the auction to the house. In dwellings of aver- memorandum as to the actual cost to soldiers and their widows. I hereby announce my candidacy for A. M. AVERY

: unappreciative of the sales .of confiscated weapons at the age size the entrance:front will also be I the postoffice department of handlingthe Uniform school terms, giving the re-election to the office of county commissioner -
:. ; people are 0. M. G/>RJX>\.
Lt They think only of saving police headquarters hundreds of men the front on which any important room seeds furnished by the departmentof country public schools the same I I from. District No. 2, subject
squares. T. A. JEXNlMoC.
r.::.F b few yards of distance on their way attend and buy the weapons which opens, but in large. country.houses the agriculture for free distribution."As length term as the city schools. I I to the action. of the [Democratic pri- W. LAMAR,

r.. .;. from point to point, hence beat foot- have brought trouble and misery to old distinction of a front and back to a nearly as'can be estimated the 'A uniform school book law, and!mary. A. M. AVERY, JR.

t'f!"; f aths across the squares to the death others, knowing well the penalty of house has disappeared, and instead we cost of carrying a pound of this mail free books for the pupils of all public W. J. SENNOTT. W. W VARN

I : of grass and growing things. Now, carrying them about. These wea- have the entra ce front and the garden matter varies from 5 to 8 cents," he schools. Personally before the under;.: i
Isn't for the city to pons are always more or less the All efficient law for the equalizationof I hereby announce my candidacy ..
there use "
'li any front. The service and servants' quarters says. "I have been informed that the appeared A. M. Avery, W. W \ arn
and shrubsif Cause of murders or less criminal acts taxes. for county commissioner from District
:k.. spend! money on grass so long regarded as characteristicof aggregate weight of vegetable and M. Avery, Jr., O.1.. Gordon ) that sort of thing Is going to beRi and it-is to be hoped that the full pen Good roads specially. No.2, subject to the action of
Ii" the back of a house, may be rele- flower seeds distributed annually by Lamar and T. A. Jennings, known
alty of the law will be the of
to imposed in May
$ Stept' up. The people ought stop Yours respectfully, primary ,15th.: I
gated to a side end or placed in a wing the department of agriculture under me to be the individuals d"c l land : '
instance of
wait every conviction he JOHN A.
It of their own accord without as M. JACOBY. MERRITT.For .
;1 l ing lor the use of force. And now is who violates the law should know that abuts directly on the entrance.. frank is 690,000 pounds. The estimated acknowledged the foregoing >Ither
front In such it must be well : signatures and that the ill: )
:-3 the time to stop it Let every man. that he.must suffer for it. cases number of packages is 7,300,000. Computing County Commissioner Dist. No. 3.

V f"i'-S woman ana' child constitute himself Jud'ge Cann in imposing the fines in screened and its purpose thoroughly at the lowest estimate, 5 ee.nts a The Journal Printed ing is 'their act and deed for I th, i II< ,

or herself a committee of one for the Savannah. 'said in part as follows: subordinated.-American Home and pound, the cost of handling this matterIs I: hereby announce my candidacy, and purposes therein stated

t Lc; projection of the squares and before We have been Impressed since we Garden. $34,500." for county commissioner from District i IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 "

1," the spring Is over we shall see a very have been on. the bench, only a short He pointed but that the 7,300,000 During March, 1906, No.3, subject to thjp action of the hereunto set my hand and afiix I

ff- marked improvement In their ap while, with the fact that probably packages clog the mails and take up Democratic primary of May 15. i official seal, this 11th day of Apri'
Waldorf
;:It pearance., nine out. of ten of the homicides and Melt tablespoonful Egs Tlmbales. the time of a large number of clerks a Total of 'A. C.. BLOUNT, JR. D., 1906.
one of butter add
:: i E. R. BURGW
t the assaults, wtth intent to murderare I
and carriers, which might be otherwise
r.{ due to the fact that the person one tablespoonful of flour and pour on I hereby announce my candidacy for I (Notary Seal) Notary }I'J.', "

gradually, while stirring constantly profitably employed. re-election to the office of Iaw4w.
,Reading Ads committing the offense has ready at county commissioner -
t.t hand'the concealed weapon; that had two-thirds of a cupful"of milk. Add Won't Ride Astride. 158,750 from District No. 3, subjectto

!.. ..i Is Time Well Spent. it not been for the fact that there the yolks of three eggs beaten until Alice Boosevelt-Longworth, while she the action of the Democratic Primary -' In Escambia County Circuit (C. J

delights In horseback riding, prefersthe of May 15. State of Florida. In Chancfn \
It might be quite dignified for art was easily within reach a concealed thick and lemon colored and season

to simply state that a weapon, no crime would have been with one tablespoonful of chopped old fashioned sidesaddle instead of COPIESor J. M. ANDREWS. nie Thorsen vs. The unknown ;,

t newspaper committed; there would :have been no parsley, half a teaspoonful of salt, one- the one modeled after the men's .sad of John McCree and: against a1! ,

t great disaster had taken placeribut hurrying of a man to meet his Maker eighth of a teaspoonful anda dIe, which, so many of her sisters affect. I hereby announce my candidacy ties claiming an interest in th ','

.1 the' people would want the details. So there would have been no desolationof ; few grains each of celery pepper salt and This preference was shown when an Average of for County Commissioner from Dis-I 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old (t'/

k';' it,might be quite dignified for a store home, no widowed wife, no orphaned cayenne. Beat the whites of three Colonel William F. Cody ("ButraloDm" trict No. 3. subject to the action of Pensacola. On Monday the 2:,: n

t1 to slm-ply announce a great "annual children and no remodse that would until stiff and and eggs ) desired to make the White House the Democratic Primary of May 15. of May, A. D. 1906, the defemlan
dry cut and fold
W. A. SHELBY. .. 1
+ the would still follow the man to his bride lIe wroteto required to appear to the bill
: eale"-but people I II grave, becausewe into the first mixture. Turn into but- a wedding present. 5,879 '
against them herein. This 01"-1'
t I;.. / 'Wtnt all I of the details. are satisfied, no matter how mucha tered individual molds, set in a pan of Miss Roosevelt asking her prefer- For County Commissioner Dist. No. 4. be published once each! WoJ. i,,'
man feel "
o may justified in what he ence, "a side or astride saddle.
'it'. did hot water and bake in a slow oven until twelve ((12 consecutive week'n::, ,
no matter ,how outraged he may Miss Roosevelt promptly respondedthat DAILY I hereby announce myself as a can-
tii A: store cannot convince its patrons have felt himself, no one who takes firm. Remove from the molds, pour didate for county commissioner from Pensacola Journal, a ne\npap"r j,
she did
not the "astride" sad-
use
'It'j that It Is prospering by reducing Its human life can keep from regretting. around bechamel.or tomato sauce and dle. Colonel therefore had The following figures show The Pen- District No. 4, subject to the action of lished in said Escambia Conn: .
to his last : garnish with yolks and,whites of hard Cody one the ( M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit 'flU, *
advertising appropriation-: more breath the fact that he did sacola Journal's circulation for eacn Democratic Primary May 15.
of the finest side saddles made In
eter
neighbor can convince take a human life. boiled eggs and parsley. Let this be day ,during the month of March, 1906, H. C. CLOPTON L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacoia : ,
jt than your what Is known the United States sent to the White Feb. 22, 1906. 24febua 'L
as a marguerite with the number of copies
gar-
that he has moved into a small- House. He has since received letterof average .
fBiJ.1 a -
you *$ $ nish. Cut the whites of the eggs to daily:' The friema's!: of W. P. Brownson .
"
: j ten house because he is making so represent the petals of the flower and thanks from :Mrs. Longworth and March 1, 5,700 March 17, 6,000 hereby announce him as a candidatefor Proposals will be.received **

:ru. much more money than usual!
IJ APRIL MAGAZINES. -$ represent the center.-Fannie Merritt. Italian Ambassador. March 3, 5,000 March 19, .o. from District No. 4, subject to the Navy Department, Washington -

: -'merchant- who dreads a spell ofi Ii- Farmer in Woman's, Home Companion. ; Baron Mayor des Planches, the Italian March 4, 6,100 March 20, 5,900 action of the Democratic Primary of until 10 o'clock a. m., lay iinm-sand

weather" and advertises in the The Truth About Panama. ambassador who has been absent! March 5, ..... March 21, 6,000 May loth 1906. publicly opened
tad ,
i? thereafter, furnish at the n.i.
since last fall, is not expected to return March 6, 5,700 March 22, 5,900 jto
lifht: of such dread, may expect his H Servant and Kitchen. For County Commissioner, Dist. No 5. and naval hospital, Pen' ii"O\: vas [,
Hf 7
from March 5,700 March 23 6,000
before the beginningof ,
Italy:
1 his One way to solve the servant prob-- specified, the annual > "f
to influence patrons. SUI'JI-
\ mood March 8, 5,700 March 24 5,900 I hereby announce
:1 the summer. my candidacy for ,.
: lem
is make
to '
our kitchens attractive. coke, charcoal, and wood 101 !
:- ft Lindsay Denison, who, unhampered The ambassador had to leave Washington March 9, 5,700 March 25, 6,200 re-election to the fmC of county commissioner "
'
Dingy walls and cal June 30. "T *
t: If, on the day that one of "your by any necessity. of catching the has ceilings, oilcloth that on account of hIs health, but March 10, 5,700 March 26 .o. from District No. 5t subjectto plications year ending for .tii'I ">f r
outworn its usefulness proposals sn
} customers" gets ready to buy a new next boat back, recently made a de- decrepitand he will return to his post unless one' March 11, 6,100 March 27, 5,850 the action of the Democratic Primary
to Schedules 506 : ; ail'I
tailed'! Investigation of the work be few In number cooking utensils, March 12, .:.. March 28, 5,900 of May 15. 510, 511 -i-
elde-board! you do not advertise side- of the European diplomatic positionsIs Blank will b furlli----
f ing done the wear the propoasls <
and
: on Panama Canal, does on nerves spirits of a March 13, 5,700 March 29, 5,950 J. R. STEWARD.
beards and your competitor does the not share the tendered to him. Baron des Planches upon application to the nav:, IIi>' "
tc1.i gloomy views of cer-- maid and tempt her to "give warning." March 14, 5.750 March 30, 5,950 '

': chances are ten to one that "yourcustomer" tain of the administration's long-dis As a rule, a girl goes from one placeto has made an active study of the immigration March 15, 5,750 March 31, 5,900 Board Public Instruction. Pensacola Fla., or to the Buna :
1-\ tance critics. In of Italians to this country. He 4 ) T. B. Harris, Paymaster Ck-n-"
will "buy at the other an extremely sane another to better herself in materialas March 16, 5,800 '
:; article in. the has traveled I will be. candidate for S. N. 41J':: '"f -*
current Everybody'sentitled extensively: : through the a member. -
well the
Jtor as financial ;things.! A cook Total for month. .. 158,759
k J! "Making' Good at Panama," who has had the use of d vices for southern states with a view of directing ship in the Board of Public Instruc-

he says: Italian Immigration to those.agricultural tion from District Nov 1, in the primary ;
day.. .
lightening her work such Average per 5,879 MOVEDWE
whipped OFFICE:
ti: The merchant who has to offer a "On the Isthmus of Panama the states Instead of to the already -. p election.

;4' better bargain in a dress-fabric than business of' the American people Is cream churns, vegetable, cutters and overcrowded d cities. I hereby certify that the above WM.. E., ANDERSON. I HAVE MOVED OUR OFFICE
slicers fruit bread mixers
before offered to the being well done. It Is not perfect. pressers THE KEYSER BUILDING:
FROM
1':-1 was ever Insanity Increasing. statement is correct accordng: to the
There is too much petty graft as and has been spending her waking file la this I will he .a candidate for membership PALAFOX\ WHARF, TO OUR COYLE
;i women of this city should realize Insanity has increased so rapidIn! records on office.
I on the railroad; but it is of no more hours in a bright, well furnished kitchen in the Board of Public Instruction STREET WHARF.. .PATRONS 'I"'
that the "news" is worth big the District of Columbia since 1893
a
J importance than mosquito bites on an is not going to,"take a place" where from District No. 2, in the primary THE FUTURE WILL PLEASE CALL

t spread-head.. elephant. But one has only to use these things are lacking.An that the commissioners who govern the election. UP PHONE No. 77, AS THE OuO

ti; his eyes to see that we have gone up to date cook wants ramekinsand federal district have begun an Investigation H. G. DeSILVA.I NUMBER HAS BEEN DISCONTiN'

ti ""if your store-windows were smaller into one of the pest-holes of the casseroles and blue and white to ascertain the cause of the In UED.

.than would world and have made It fairly habitalble crease.: In ten years the Increase Sib will candidate for CO.
cj Jti they are you worry baking dishes and all the modern kitchen .be" a member DUNWODY-AIKEN TOW BOAT
about it. Possibly your "greater- ; that: we have tackled a job ware that makes her work satisfactory en from 198 commitments to the:In-, 'Sworn to and subscribed before me ship in'the"Board of Public Instructionfrom

I.} gtore-wlndonsu," your advertisements conspicuously In which another and great are so nation conductingit failed and her kitchen- sightly and at. sane asylum to 447. this31st. day of March, 1906. District- ,_No.. ?"m( : the primary GET A PANAMA, $5.00$7.50 AND
CARL SCHOFIELTJ. PERRY DfCKEN, election. CLOTtiit.Ci
are not as big as they ought to be- as to keep clear of shame; that in tractive. Notary Public ; ;W. M. AGERTON. $10.00 COMPANY.AT .STANDARD

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.- THE PENS'ACOLA' JOURNAL, SAJ1J.RDAY; MORNING, APRIL 21, 1906 PAGE FIVEaking'

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... Hamilton, the ,Ellis, the Royal, the Ceding of *, herd of cattle at Sixth ;
Hart, the Ascot and St.: Catherine. and Folsom' streets. Three hundred r -

Oa ;Gran-ell Street-The Eugene cf ,the an.1mah'became bewildered

Knox the St., George, the Ramon, .when they -felt the flames, and
tha Gotham.On charged wildly down the street,I 3

Taylor Street-The Abbey. trampling under foot, all who were in! ,
On Eddie Street:,The Abbotsford. rThere's the way. One man was gored by a
On Turk Street-The Netherlands. madden bull 'At least a dozen per-I
On Polk Street Ths Savoy ,.
sons it is said were killed. Ths Call
On Bush Street-The Plymouth.Restaurants this that president
says morning a
Wiped Out of one of the banks has wired direc- 5-IOAN 2S Gam;STORE
Iran : nothing like a clear con I I ,
Francisco was famous for the science and comfortable' feet. If tone: ; to his manager to place $3,000,
Powder excellence of its restaurants. Manyof you'll look out for the I 000 in the hands of the citizen's relief
conscience
,
these were known wherever the committee to be used at its 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE
traveler we'll look out for the feet. I SPECIALS
discussed good living I discretion in the work of attendingto
Among them were the Opirp and Vici Calf, or the shiniest of leathers. the immediate! wants of the pea

Absolutely Marchands, on Stockton street; the From pessimism to optimism in five i /ple. Additional subscriptions, totaling I SATURDAY, 9100: A.ENAMELWARE M.

Poodle Dog, one of the most ornate, minutes why you buy MEYER'S SPE.: $191,500 have been made to

distinctively 'restaurant buildings, in CTAIS $3.50 and $MO. the San Francisco _relief fund: The I ,
the United States; Zinkar's and the residents of Oakland Alaorda and 25 cents.
.Pz rc Feista, on :Market street; the famous
MEYER SHOE COMPANY other cities across the bay are ex Values '
$1.50.
Up to
Palace grill in the Palace Hotel and tending hospitality to refugees who

scores ofv Bohemian resorts In'the Feet Furnishers fOr 'Folks, are coming in from the city by the GALVANIZED WASH TUBS
DISTINCTIVELY old part of San Francisco. There thousands. In addition, churches and ,
A
CREAM OF are. nO'Dlore. 102 South Palafox.DANCE. large halls have been thrown open 25 cents.
At the junction of Kearney, Mar for their accommodation. The workof
TARTAR BAKING POWDERIt ket and G ory streets of Ban Francisco clearing up the wreck ha already Regular 75 cent Items.

-the Call, the most conspicuous been begun at the water front, in the 11 A. M.
structure In all the city, seventeen btsiness ,section of the town. A

t does not contain an atom, of pho$ stories high; across the street the force of 100 men were put to work SPECIAL CHINA,

Hearst building' the home of the PENSACOLA TEMPLE, No. 14, this: morning under the direction of I Kenmore, Berry and Brooklyn Cake Plates,

phatic acid (which is the prductofbones Examiner, and to the north of this, the street department, clearing tip 10 cents
on the opposite side of Market street RATHBONE SISTERS, the debris and putting the streets in I Worth 25 cents.

digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum the Chronicle, a modern tenstorynewsper will give; a dance proper condition.
and office! building with "NEAR CUT" JUGS

(which is one-third the sixteen-story annex under the Tuesday Night April 24th FQr a Weak Digestion.No ; ,
,
25
sulphuric acid) sub- course of construction. All were de medicine can replace food but cents ,

I stroyed. Two blocks north, oa At C. K. of A. Hall. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- Worth $1.00. .
stances adopted for other baking powders Kearney street were. the Bulletin lets will help you to digest your food.It .
8 P. M.
and the Post buildings. They also, BARRIOS ORCHESTRA.
is not the quantity of food taken
because of their cheapness. are gone. that gives strength and vigor to the I Special Suspender Sale 10c, worth 25 cents.

Among the mammoth department Admission 25c system, but the amount digested ana
stores destroyoa' are the EmporiumHale assimilated. If troubled with a weak WATCH KRESS? WINDQW.S--
and Fragers, on :Market; on don't fail to these Tab- ,
_. ., ... digestion, give
Kearney street the White House lets a trial. Thousands have been ben-

O'Connor and Moffat's, Newman and BOSSO'SIce efitted toy their use. They only costa ; J
GREAT DESTITUTION ANDSUffERI'NG -Levison, Roos Brothers; Raphael's, quarter. For sale by all druggists.
the Hu b and many lesser estabFshments -
street the Cream Factorycan NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
; on Geary are WHEN YOU WANT A SHIRT G
Davis the of Paris Samuels on :
City .
TO WATSON, PARKER & REESE, ,
IN 'FRISCOContinued Post street; Viestrauss on Sansome furnish you cream In AS THEY HAVE THE BEST THAT
street:: Wa lace'I'; Nathan Doherman PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANST.j .
any quantity Satisfaction MONEY CAN BUY FOR 50c, 75c AND
& Co., and Bullock & Jones. .
( from First Page) pressed the desire that private The Emporium was the largest and guaranteed. $1.00.

cakes it certain that the andl' be sent to the Red Cross contributions handsomest store of its kind west of PHONE 1326 I NNNNNNNNNNM...............................
money which: has facilities Chicago. SAM' BOSSiO, Prop. j GO TO WM. JOHNSON & SON FOR : : .
for
papers on deposit are all safe. It is the adminis jI BAREFOOT SANDALS AND WHITE
also reported that the books and records tration of such funds. 300,000 Homeless. I CANVASS'OXFORDS.

in the San Francesco: hall of rec- The care of the three hundred A MUSIC MAKER. 'j j| Refrigerators and

ords escaped serious injury., REPORTS FROM SANTA ROSA thousand homeless and hungry refugees If you want to have good music buy The Light of the Sun.
GREATLY now gathered in the city's pub- .
EXAGGERATED a good If '
piano. you want chil
ONE QUARTER OF THE lic squares and parks is the main dren to have a musical education your buy I II I From a comparison of the relative -
CITY WILL ''Sacrameto, April problem the authoritives have to I intensity of solar lunar and artificial I
BE SAVED 20.-State Comp a good piano. It is worth all It costsas I i Ice Boxes.
troller Colgan, at Santa Rosa, tele- solve. Bread, meat ana! drink are I an investment, and more than iti t light, as determined by Professors -

San Francisco, April 20( ((2 p. m.) phones that reports from there aregreatly lacking, but provisions are on the costs as a family investment. Our,I Ewer and Wollaston, it appears .
-The fire is now Dosltively stated to I ; exaggerated.: The public and 'way here from many points. I terms make it for i Y
possible home that the of the have
as every rays sun Warm weather, the weather for be under control with the probability' ] 'business buildings were wrecked, but, Bread has already sold as high to enjoy the v
I possession of
that one-quarter of the city, lying the residence portion was only slightly $1 a loaf and two loaves and a can piano. Drop in and see us about a good the II an illuminating power that is won- : Boxes and the ice man is here. The ice man and his .T
west of Franklin street and known as i damaged. Forty people were kill' of sardines brought in one instance derful in the extreme. Accordingto e !bill won't be such a "bug-a-tooo" if you use-a good Refrigerator .

the western addition, northward to ed In the business section, hut no one' $3.50. But this condition of affairs matter.CLUTTER MUSIC: HOUSE, their deductions, the illuminat- or Ice Box. +
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the Presidio, will be saved. The was injured in the residence part of: Swill not be permitted to last long.In Pensacola, Fla. ing powerof'the "great day star" is

generally stand made successful at Van,Ness the flames avenue crossing was-" the city.ELEVEN. I takers towns have across met the and bay fixed the the master priceof equal to that of 14,000 candles at a i "Odorless"' Refrigerators, $$14 to $$22 i 2Z

the -to bread at five cents a Iiaf, with the distance ot one foot,or of 3,500,000-
avenue the west in but few POSTAL CLERKS Between twenty and thirty
places. RESCUED! I understanding that they will refuseto were laid side by side the corpses trod- 000,000,000,000,000,000 candles ata and you' can keep vegetables: milk and butter in them <
upon
FROM DEBRIS sell to retailers, who The attempt committee : to- den grass for lack of a more suita distance of 95,OOOOOO, miles. From : without contamination.: Other Refrigerators as low as

FOURTEEN ROBBERS San Francisco, April 20.-Eleven charge of safety famine, com prices. KILLED BY the flames : Wild's Linoleum for kitchen office or store, Mattings 20 4
SOLDIERS postal clerks were taken from the deb the leading citizens of San Francisco threatened to reach the the amount of light which flows
ris of the : square, the ,dead, most unknown, to 35 cents. Laid 'Free. Window Shades made anT size, |
postoffice building today. with Mayor Schmitz at its head, will from the solar orb could not be 4 <
:San 'Francisco, April 20.Fourteenmen All removed to Columbia whare any color from 60 cents np Hung Free. < >
were .thought to be dead and take.ecesary steps square, .
? but it meet; to-day the of
produced by daily burning
were killed at the mint last night was found assistance of they were blJr ei' as the danger >
thatt although buried in for the protection! an-i:
by the soldiers on guard for attempt. stone, threatened that quarter. 200 globes of tallow, equal to the
every one was alive. They tne victims of the fire.
had
ing robbery. been there for three days :without Relief Stations Established. Out at the Presidio yesterday, soldiers earth in magnitude.A 1 Ii MARSTON & QUINA, i
food or water. pressed into service all men
:All mail was saved. stations for the homeless I
Three relief Precaution.A
who came 'near the Presidio: and
CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE have been established.: These iofced them to-; labor at burying the girl baby'was brought to a Seat- i 108/110 Palafox,, St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fia. :

DOMINION, GOVERNMENTVOTES, stations the homeless.are the The temporary stations homes are of at d ad. So thick:, were the cropses tle clergyman,'according to the Post- :........... ....... ...............................;
$100,000 FOR RELIEF piled that they were becoming a
SENT TO RED CROSS Intelligencer of that city to be bap-
,
Golden Gate Turk, Presidio and San menace'and early in the day the order '
Ottawa, April 20.-:-The Dominion: Bruno road. was issued to bury them at any tized. He .asked, the name of the ..v.vV# VN

. Washington, April 20.-(Answering government has voted one hundred By order of the; general committee cost. Rich. men, unused to physical baby.
inquiries from all parts of the United thousand dollars for the earthquakeand au remaining stores were entered by exertion: labored by the s a'e of "Dinah M /' the father responded. Put them in before the FLIES and

States the American Red Cross announced fire sufferers in 'San Francisco. confiscated.the police last Caravans night and of their provisionsare goods which working, men digging trenches in "But what does the M stand for?" SCREENS! MOSQUITOES get into your house.
that to bury the dead. Many still
contributions for the Pa.
cific coast sufferers may be sent to now on their way to the three relief remain unburied and the soldiers are asked the minister'"Oh : We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW,

Charles Hallam Keep, national treasurer PEOPLE FACE CALAMITY stations. still- pressing men into service.Financial' ; if she turns out nice and Supply of BRICK now on hand-
hills and beaches of San '
The
at the treasury department, Crisis Averted. sweet and handy about the house,
Francisco resemble an immense tent- Today has been declared legal I Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.WWWWVWWWAW.
a
Washington or to any state treasurer, WITH GREAT FORTITUDE like her mother, I shall call her
ed city. For miles through the park holiday, and to-morrow ateo. This .
,
I
among whom are the following: Dinah :May. But if she has a *
from Ingle- fiery
and along the beaches it is believed,- will give: the bankers'of
North Georgia, Allen Sweat, Savannan; I lean Francisco. Cal.. April 20.-The side to the sea wall at North Beach, San Francisco time to meet the. temper and bombshell disposition,
Carolina Mrs.
Asheville South, Theo. F. Davison, People! of San Francisco homeless the homeless are camped in tents, demands of the depositors and the like mine, I shall call her Dinah
Carolina
; A. C.
and starving, are facing the awral Kakeshiftu' rigged up from a few n'anger of a financial crisis will be Might."
Kauffman Charleston.The calamity which swept th, great city sticks of wood and a blanket or averted. Gillette Triple-Plated Safety Razor, $5.00.
president and cabinet
today ex- sheet It is saW that fully one hun
practically out of existence with Outside banks in general have
spirit of resigned fortitude that, a dred thousand persons, including telegraphed! guarantees of support to undoubtedly the best of all safety razors. Blades are of the

command the admiration of must the nch and por, sought refuge in the local financial institutions, and finest spring steel, double edged and half dozen extra blades

world. There are no evidences of Golden Gate park alone and JOO.OOO arrangements have already been for only 50. cents. Twelveblades accompany razor in neat box
weakness to be seen among the or 2CO.OOO homeless are located at made by which every depositor will at 15.00. Let us show you one.Coe' .

crowds of stricken people the other places of refuge. l-c paid in full. The insurance companies

Fox River back reluctantly upon each advanceof moving Portmouth square became a public have already taken up the Arclay :J3ook..a'tore.

the detroying flames, which con quest'on of the losses. It was stat A Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street, Pensaoola
tinue to sweep toward the ocean. ed yesterday that the companies .., j fkpecoQuarter
!Appalled for th> moment, but undaunted KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED have) decided to pay dollar for dollar Shrunk

the bravery exhibited by on all the losses, whether by fire

men, women, and children, in the face The Constant Wearing of a Hat Pro. or earthquake. This will mean, if the SueARROW KILLS pATS -

Clover Hill of overwhelming disaster that of a pagte Dandruff Germs. loss totals $200.000,000, as it is belIeved Stearns' Electric Paste Drives 'Em I
race destined to arise stronger than who it will, that $110,000,000 will i
ever out of the ruins which There are many men wear be paid San Francisco real estate I Out of the House to Die. CASH OR EASY TERMS. ;14
now surround all
hats the
them. There is little left today their when ,awake practically and blsssed timej I own rs. With this as a start, new 15 Cents each. X for 25 Cents Drive rats out of the house to die.Don't d. All Piano Work Guaranteed ktF
of the city. There are structures it is exipecteo!, will soon CLUETT. PEABODY & CO. 11 the house CLUTTER & RUSHING, ;ef
gay seems heavy stock cf hair yet If the let them die In ,
little'hopa, of saving the choicest ; I(be in cou'rse of erection on the site tfalert ef Cl get and Monarch Shalt. Rat 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. 'If
resi- I them Stearns' Electric
of
scalps these same men once became I but feed PHONE
old.! 476.
ButterReduced dence section of the city, lying west infested with dandruff germs,j I of the and Roach Paste and the peculiar if
and north of Van Ness avenue. The the parasites: would multiply all the, The Fireman's Fund and the Horns chemical in the Paste will create a
I ,
*
men of the fire -department who have quicker for lack of air. Baldness:: and Marine, both local corporations burning sensation so that the rats, *

throughout the entire conflagration would ensue as the final result.: A\'ll: it is said >te the principal suf-i e3.N.1.IN..INIIONNNs mice and cockroaches who eat it will jI
cone splendid work, are still making Newbro's Herpicide kills these germs ferers. The losses are divided I T ( rush outside of the house in searchof
strenuous efforts to check the eighty insurance compani. Florida and Alabama
among
all-d
and stimulates unhealthy: hair to water and will be seen no more.
stroying- flames, but without avail. abundant growth. Herpicide U a uid it is stated authoritatively all Sold everywhere or sent express pre-I
Water is in better supply but of little pleasant hair dressing as well as a claims will be satisfactorily adjusted I jF.SJellen&CofHandle paid on receipt of price. Stearns': LAND COMPANYManufacturers

use. the headway gained by the dandruff cute and contaIns' not ad and that no company will be Electric Paste Co., Chicago, III Small

fire being too great. atom of injurous: substance. For I weakened as to force it to suspend. Nothing t size, 25 cents; hotel size, eight times of

to Old Landmarks Gone. sale by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist:! The Pacific coast managers of the the quantity $1. and Dealers in
insurance companies which havegufferea
Down In the older business sections and apothecary! 121 South Pa'afox :. fire .i But _
( ) oy the fire wHl meet tomorrow LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
street, semi lOc in stamp for
old landmarks or ;
were many but i
i I
the
In Oakland to discuss : ELEGANT LINE MEN'S LOW
they exist no more. The Occidental sample to the Herpicide Co., Detroit, THE VERY BEST I AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
the situation. The Folsom street SHOES JUST RECEIVED WAT-
hotel, on Montgomery' street, for Mich. dock was turned into a temporary SON, PARKER & REESE, THE ..

:years the headquarters for any. army -- --,. ,., hospital yesterday, the harbor hospital : Of CELEBRATED RALSTON MAKE.A -
officers that visited San Francisco
; : being unable to accommodate s
30 Cents ------"
old lick house but the
the by philanthropist
all the injured who were brought
James 'Lick; the old Russ "The Best is What We Seli"TTLEY'S 'here. | Everything.T | FULL LINE OF BOYS' AND A Glass of

house also on Montgomery! street; I j About 100 patients were stretchedon MEN'S CAPS JUST RECEIVED AT
the Nevaiak National bank the Hay- the dock at one time. In the : WM. JOHNSON &. .SON.
T
'Ward building at California and to Soda or a
evening tugs conveyed them
Montgomery,. a modern, structure of I : heavy, clipped White ,
: Goat Island, where they were lodged .i
Per PoundBeginning. ten stories, then to the eastward, the 'n the hospital. The docks from Oats. .
splenald: example of 'the Gothic style i I Howard street to Folsom have been No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran Experimenting."That Plate of OurMatchless .
'aiid- 'ShortS''Chl ,- T face would stop 'a clock,
the California National Bank, the saved, and the fire at this point did
First National Bank the First Canal not: further east than Ma'nstreet. : (k Feed, consisting of 20 said aVest Philadelphia father,

Monday dian Bank of Commerce, the TEAS 1,1 creep. Explosions! of sewer gas ** articles for the rapid and glancing from a window at an unbe-
i
,
of the newly J
and San Francisco lank on California have wrecked many streets and healthygrowlb}
I street; the London Paris, and' i hatched. f coming pedestrian. Cream
16th caused needless alarm. Many people ", Ice
iI little
April ? asked the cur-
American Bank and the Bank of --Wh at- and Mixed Feed for Y "Why, papa
feared earthquake
'British North America, on Sansome I : ,they were and i .the hen. ly headed three-year-old on, his knee,
PLEASES THE CLASSES AND shocks yeaterdav. At Bryan will cool you off and make
street tha large German-American: ;i I 1'1 I Eighth streets there' was a miniature Condition Powders for horse, craning his neck to catch a glimpse. i comfortable the

Savings Bank also on. California THE MASSES. I i V, uvlus. Cobblestones: :were cow and poultry. "Because it Is .so ugly, bo1.J''" answered I you
i,street, are a few of the notable :- I I''I--. hur'ed' twenty feet upward, and a t Conkey's- Celebrated Poultry i the father absentmindedly.It warmest day-sure cure
I II buildings destroyed: in that district I Remedies roupe, cure, cholera. for the worst case ofblues.
filled
I cJond of sand the air. '
I THEY ARE THE CHOICEST: GROWTHS OF I I i i was that evening that the father -
\ I The California hotel and theatre, on i 'J'here-'is an immediate prospect curegape cure and lice k'ller.: Phone us an or-
'Bush. street. near 'Montgomery, the i I for a large supply of water. Officers If you live In town telephone came downstairs, after dressingfor
Grand opera house on Mission CEYLON and INDIA.i I of the Spring Valley Water Company us. + dinner to find'hia boy standing der for some of your

street, where the Conreid Opera j i I stated last night that they expect : If neighboring towns write : at tiptoe on a hall' hair staring up Sunday's dinner.
Company had just ,opened: the I' half to be able to- furnish the city t to us. I
Sol Try a pound can I at the big round face of the grand-
Calm & Co Orpheum, the Colum'bla,. tha Alcasar, : I with 10,000,000 gallons of water 4 ... -
the Majestic, the Central and Fish I of the choice at.__SJROSENAU&GERELDS tP-day or to-morrow. There is 4- : father clock and. giving-the most

er's were burned. inter now west of Van Ness avenue hideous twists rhis< pretty baby

The Pure Food Store, Among the splendid apartment ant cr th' engines there are fighting I F S MELLEN & CO. Kitchen Cafe

Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencia houses destroyed :were:, t thA fir* with fresh water. .s face."What in the world are you doing, Kandy ,
On Greary Street-The St. Augustine mission district there is .
In the *'
the Alexandra, the Victoria.On I water, but there are no engines, and Phone 334. Z boy? asked the surprised? father."
: "
f Pleanton, the I "Trying to stop the.clock, 104 S.Palafox, Phone 999"C
Phones JJ 8Ih. Sutter-The The Fancy Grocers I the fire is burning at will 0' : papa
Aberdeen, >the ,Granada, l' Series of Fatalities. : ._ ._iepjawla,Fla. : was the surprising.answer.-Philadelphia
Fine Street The, Colonial, theNoma I Phone 391. Pensacola. I
On : : J I Another series of fatalities took o : Record
> Vista, the Buena Vista place yesterday, caused by the stain- .1NN1 NN.....INNINI.
Oa Ellis Street-The Dufferin the






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t A BUSINESS Homes Lots


I 'It is Better to Be LOT FOR SALE, and Investments, HOOTON & WATSON ,


: ,Successors to.Th s. C. Witm: 6 C).
:jll t
Ten desirable lots
fronting 125 feet on. Garden, corner very 4 room cottage, E. LaRua St., near
f ? I Tarragona at Block 92 of the New City R. R. shops. .. .. ......$1050 Leading Real Estate! Rental and Insurance Agency
Than
I Safe Sorry"When : vi o,000.00. 6 room cottage E. Jackson St., on

I. 'en buildings now on the Tract, intersection'" Jackson. car line..,.. ........... .....51503-: :
ttJl'Ir :! property rent for $50.00 per month. street and 16th 4 room cottage, E. Wright, rents'

There is good money .in this. .avenue; overlooking $10 per; month .. .. .. ...... .. .$850;

((7 the bay, beautifullots Two cotta'ges at IKsherville' over Real Estate in all of the
tt :you buy real estateyou should! know that the title ; Bargains parts
.. ..$1700
t ,. looking the bay, cheap
is clear.
BROOKS for
;, LESLIE E. residences. :
'" 6 room cottage largelot, little city.
"Ot'J: :'}'>- .: Seven lots Block 55, Bel- bayou ..'.. .' .....'. .. . .$1500

J'4 Get Your Abstract From Us. : Phone 462 Fisher'Building' !! montTract; lots in'this Block ter.8 .room..... ..house..'.. Fisherville'.. .'...,.city,..$1800 wa Stores and Dwellings for rent.

P selling at $7Q Elegant 8 room 2' story large, new i Loans made at current rates of interest
on
.,,. HELPW4NTEDL house, all conveniences, corner, front

lto"iA?:. --,---,-- --- '-- ----....-.. Six houses North Alcan'izStreet ing square, East Hill. ... ._ $5000 j i improved or unimproved property.
We can give you perfect abstract of of realty of
any piece Vacant lots in all parts city. i .
H ; J Escambia for the WANTED! first-class cook White good investment, will
past one hundred and twenty-five 12 room modern house near Confederate -
L i years.Pensacola. I or colored. Apply 222 E.. Govern- net 10 percent. monument. . . .3150, Insurance placed in fifteen leading Amerir.
'; 20apr
ment St.
8 room 2 story N. Davis St. on carline can and foreign companies.

w _ t For particulars apply to . .. .. . . . . .$2000,
WANTED good cook. Apply to
f. South half of block on 9th avenue,!;
solicit
Mrs. Carter, at the Navy Yard. with 2 new houses, .all modern im-. We respectfully your patronage.

j : Investment : ISaprlw* provements, targain . .$5500' Our rental department given especial atten-
.
/ -
Company, WANTED first-class stenographerat McDavid-Hyer Company, List your property with us for sale.' tion. Call and see our list. -
Fire, Life Accident: and Bond In-
c,.'-11, a. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. I once. Apply to Hooton & Wat- Agents New York surance Agents. I
!;';[;. son. 17apr Life Insurance Company. -
1. W. KNOWIXS, President. R. B.SIMPSON, Secretary. ;
f.f; J. L ST1LLMAN, V.-Prej. and Gen. i WAl\'TED-'Salesman of long experience 8 E. Government Strict L. .
Manager. KNOWLES RYE,.Treasurer. I wishes a connection with a first- Phone 7CO. Pensacola: Fla. S. BROWN & CO. I

t Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. class grocery firm Pensacola.. For HOOTON & WATSON
201 .
Theisen Building."WESEILLOTS"
,
West Florida. Can established Wanted
t : 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola carry
Florida.: .
t. business with me. Will be open May ,
3t3: --- -- -.- .- 1st. "Georgia," care JournaL WANTED-Position as stenographer: PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

.q---" _ _ 14apr2w or for any knd: of clerical work by .
I i.il. lady of experience. Can furnish best I i

ct l .. WA.NT'ED-First-class: cook at once. .references. Address C. C. M., care FOP Farm Turpentine or .. .
-- -- -- -
-- -
w- -I 240 W. Garden. llapr Journal 15apr2w* -
Timber Lands ""' """"" ---
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:! WANTED-To buy old gold and silver ;
ONE MAN'S LOSS IS !' W A 'TED-A good all-round printer, broken up stuff regardless of LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
!1 capable of doing first-class job print- sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein. on or Address STAND THE INSURANCE MAN OFFas I

ing and experienced in newspaper 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127.WANTED.A. ., long as you will, as the average man does, but you
a i ANOTHER MAN'S GAIN work. Must be absolutely sober; no Turner & Aymard
; : drinking man need apply. ,Cook & R. BIngham wants CANNOT STAND THE UNDERTAKER OFF
Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. Taprlm your moving and h ulhig: He gnat Real Estate and Abstract: Co. longer than death enters your home. At such times the family is
;1- This is Your-Opportunity to a'ntees all breakage. Phona 630. P..0. Box,115 DeFuniak, Springs, Fla usually short of money to meet expenses. Policies with the

hi Buy a Beautiful Home. WANTED-We want your orders for -

: I WANTED 1907 Art Calendars: Over 300() original !. American Life Insurance Companywill
Modem 5 room and hall cottage with large lot near carline on..East13't .1 I designs to select from. All Board and Rooms.

Hill .' . .. ........ .... .. .... .. .. ... ... ... .. !$1100.00. s.-tfutruwtnrJwu-u-LrnrrnnJ-Lrn--u-- prices. :Mayes Printing Co., Pens cOo ,,- protect your family from father down to the baby
t 1- Beautiful cottage on East Hill with all modern improvements with/ WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage. la. ,
-if : a quarter of a block of land-a bargain at., .. .... ,. ..$4300.00 Must be close in and ,cheap. Ad- ; 16feb. ROOMS; CHEAP-Furnished or Unfurnished -,- Only Legal Reserve Company Organized in Florida.
{.' An !Ideal-home on East'IDll-with" three large lots for. .. .. .$2500.00 dress with full particulars, 99S, care WANTED.-Ele tric,',work of ah knd. suitable for light house Capital Stock, $500,000. Policies From$53 to $10,000.
t'' modern: cottage with city. 'water and one vacant lot, a bar Journal ISapr Let us ctean, your fans reair:; >our keeping. On the Hill, location high Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building

f'.- gain.... .*... .. ... -........."... ... ... .. .' ....... ...$625.00 I dynamo dj jour >?irinj. .etc! Paonfr and healthy. Close fo car line. Apply -
' ;; GILT'EDGE FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT. PANAMAS-Let us clean your ) 570. Pensacola: Elecuic!! Co, 205, S. 314 E. Strong.. Phone 1213. I -

t..t: Two houses, Nos..522 and 526 East, Romana St., rent for $8.00 a month I ma and straws. Hats cleaned, pana'J Baylca. ISaprlm .

for immediate sale.it. ... ... .... .. .. ... .. .$ 625.00 ed and rebanded by expert WANTED.:-All kinds of electrical TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms' Money to Loan. For Sale.r
-.1' :. New House No. 315'.Salamanca.St rents for $8.50 a month Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor work. I sell aiL kinds of electrical with privilege of light housekeeping I .

.at.... .... .. ,. .... ..r,.... .. ..... ... ....... ..$800.00 Shop,to 34 mail S. Palafox orders.St Special attention batteries and.: other electrical ring' supplies. use of phone and bath. Near MONEY w TO LOAN-Everybody borrows FARM FOR SALE-80 acres, locatel
When you need me 345 or 955.
i Three new houses"on :West Government St., near Coyle, rent for East Hill bath house and four blocks from Jno. A. Hall &' at Cottage Hill on railroad; all i[>nce'I 1
j>:t4 $2350-, .a .month for.. .,. ....... .. .. ... .. .. .... .$2600.00 IE.I W. Peake, newStar Laundry building from car line. Very desirable place. 1- 16 E.money Government street. Wheuin in and with large house, barns, outhouses -
WANTED-Will invest $1000 E. Garden ISdee.<<. Co.,
1h! Cottage at 517 East ChaseSt, rents for $6.00, a i to $3000 I Terms I
00; month for $ 475.00 --v reasonable. Address Box 557, need call on us. Sfeblm etc. Creek runs through 'V:
,., All lots -in : !axent Tract West of "C" with services, in some ligitlmate 'NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor
street now for at 1803 E.
sale. or call 16th street. i i17aprl land, and 4 or 5 springs ar* UEO]: on
f}:;; All property ,listed with us advertised free of cost to owners. and respectable business. Give par lot on East HilL Address P. w. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per-: the land. Plenty shade trees and jp-
ticulars. M., 42. care The Journal I
0. Box 20.7. 30mar ,
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY 112apr3w* FURNISHED" ROOMS FOR RENT foaal property on short notice.I pie, pecan, peach and plum trf'(;,
Privilege of.light house keeping. 213 Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. : Good soil; also have a lot fine breed

MiscellaneousPIANO East Government vstreet Block and a I Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, !pea I
THE : I
1 FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY WANTED-Youn'g country "printer half from Paiafox. 10apr2w*i I fowls, pigeons, geese and i iujnj> of
LOAN.-On reai
wants a position In MONEY TO estate or
newspaper or i
iI all kinds. Reasonfor selling I IB thaI I
[4 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 job office in Florida Alabama: Ha.3 TUNING-4' will be in the WANTED few regular boarders-I other sufficient! security by ppilag ). have no one to manage place A grea: :
-- -- eight years', experience and all- city for a week or ten days. Senme' I to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafo and
an
1 bargan: either investment or
t1t.4 -- -- -- few table boarders in as an
------ Also a private
_ _ _ round good job printer. A perfect rings.your J. orders Conrad by Scott.phone 11th 802 street two family; good location; convenient to Romana. up stairs._ITnov-m. for party looking for a good farm on

I gentleman and absolutely sober; will and 15th avenue. "- & Aprl9-lw' Caroline; use of bath and phone No. MONEY TO LEND-On good real es-J which to make money. Even hir;
t SPECIAL! BARGAIN FORSALE start on moderate salary. Address, 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlm I tate security or on good collateral,! genuine and just as representei No
stating full particulars, Arthur Win- I lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks fake. Write or call on W. H. Mo-gan,
1 List of Property for Sale by D. Hale free, White Castle, La. 12aprlw* GOOD! NEWS FOR PEN'SACQLA PLEASANT! ROOM to rent. 301 W.I at Fisher building. 21jan Box 453. Pensacola, for further ;Ilr': -. '-
you need any locks or keys: repaired _
1 FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY ulars. 31m r
Wilson & Co. I I or fitted anywhere in house Chase. 8apr
your
t [ WANTED-Your ,orders for tailor- ; MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
'/:' One block on proposed street car made clothing. We make your 1 if you have any trunks needing repairing NICE ''FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,I property on short notice. JUST RECEIVED-Large sttipment ct
:r line, New City, overlooking Bayou clothes fit. Let us take your meas or lock and key; or have you a 'suitable for light housekeeping. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstairs imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint.
,: 53 vacant lots that are cheap at $100 Texar dull lawn mower needing sharpeningor I St. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
and under fence.$3000 ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago; W. O. Privilege of phone and bath. Apply 28 South Palafox Phone 1144.
t$'; I per lot. Ten 3 and 4 room houses One half block on Lakeview repairing scissors or carvers to BOOT & Co, ship chandlers and' grocers. Toi
avenuein Wells, agent, Chipley, Fla; 7aprlm 810 E, Gadsdea St, -or phone 896.
r.i. that would be great bargains at $COQ, settled neighborhood and on hard grind; guns, pistols and rifles to clean 2Sm 1m.. South Paiafox. 4oci
i:: each. We111 sell the entire lot fort road, very cheap at.. .. .J1500':' HAND and repair? We can properly clean, UNLIMITED amount or money to loan
: $9000 if, taken at once. This is the One-half block ((12 lots and six new 1 SECOND CLOTHING WANT I adjust and repair any make of type PLEASANT place to board on North on all kinds of personal'property.. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters:
: ED-Highest price paid for gent'clothing writer. All of these Special rates to business men on large with for 75 thousand ft.
4 ; ; cheapest property that will ever be houses rentin'g for J5.00 each things and many one capacity
with Hill line.
on car Address No.8
:, offered here. room for more houses.. only. Sell second hand goods. others you can have promptly doneat Journal. leans. The New York Loan Co., 204% lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
seven $3250 care 27mar
e. : Corner lot on E. Zarra'gossa St. with Two large'lots and a good three Dress suits for rent, 9 E. Inteadencla F. B. Bruce's,'28 East Government. South Paiafox. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two

I:' :t; 3 room house; this is a bargain only room and hall house renting for $6.00 Phone 380. 18apr2w ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. lone!;,

tL; :: offered once In a life time. per month; if sold at once.. .$600 WANTED-By a young'man, position furnished. Mrs. :M. J. Robinson 600 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write I. \,
t :,j 440 ,E. :Main St., 4 room, kitchen One nIce. five roomed house in good as stenographer. A-l ref erenceg- GOOD PASTURE-For a few horses E. Gadsden St.WANTDDA 24marlm For Sale Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25m:,rON
r" :1 and ,large hall cheap. locality with 37 foot lot renting for furnished. Address C-2 care Journal. and cows. Address )r apply] to W. THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -

r1; I __ The finest place for a fruit and vegetable $10.00 per month. .... .. .$1000 3aprlm. H. Kilbee, Brents Fla.15aprl few boarders at 212 W. PUBLIC RUE of valuable city property ;! car line, six: lots 100 ft. front
l; farm in West Florida contains; One-half an arpent and ten roomed Gregory. New house, good neigh. I will sell at public sale at by 137'/ deep, corners $700, Inside
. 160 acres, a 4 room house, large house in central part,of the city,nice WANTED-Stenographic work of any MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE borhood and on car line. ISmarlm* the west door of the court house on tots $600. There are no better situations
-ki barn and other out houses; 500 pearl 1 shade and fruit trees. .$5500 nature. Will give same prompt at-I :Mattresses made to order; old ones Saturday, April 28, at 12 o'clock,noon, than these lots A. V. ClubK
-i1 trees, .25 or 30 j>ecan4 end numerous Vacant lots in any part of the city tention. Phone 285. 3aprlm.I. renovated New ticks furnished. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. the lot on the N. E. corner of W.
1it: : other. fruits. at prices that will take. Several In- I Second hand furniture bought and Newly furnished clean and nice, Gregory and Spring Sis; -lot 158% feet FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved
f' ;;4 40 acre farm and house and barn, vestments that will net 10 per cent.;, WANTED-The public to know that sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing done. near postoffice. Apply at 128* E. on Gregory St. and 224 ft. on SpringSt. property in all parts of the city;
r,3 well worth $1200; close out at $600. on the money invested. i{ we can do all kinds of repairing I 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. ., and known as the C. M. Wilson J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent,
; 1 The finest turpentine business In j float building, horse shoeing, etc. 1.1 Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. 7janlm. lot. C. B. Lewis, Ag!. 22aprlw Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
.f\\: i West Florida; it has to be seen to be FOR RENT. j| G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb 172. 23Ja:
gi appreciated. Will take pleasure in '' .EXCURSION-The launches Stella Oil newspapers at five cents a bundleat FOR S'ALE-Fine' piece of property, for the
Ten
AUTOMOBILES I
roomed house agent
1 1.1 Showing this to any one interested. and unexcelled for a centrally boarding located house,, COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand and Leclair will run excursions to this office. They are all clean cor. Wr;? ht and Reus Sts., 5lots Pope Mfg. Co. and can am sell you auto 'i I

on street car line, $35.00 month. : Cleaning Club,. 212 N. PeVlUersSt. the Life Saving Station, or other i and nice. with two houses; one house with 5 from $500.00 up. They cost less thaa !
"' ---- per
1':;1r..1i',,, FIve roomed house close in town,' ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage points of interest, day or night on reasonable rooms, hall and pantry, bath room horses to keep up. They can be run !
: large yard and nice out buildings, sta.' solicited; satisfaction guaran- terms. Phones 659 and 330. with toilet, gas in every room* hot in sand or anywhere a horse can go !
r. H. T. CRAWFORD ble, etc., $20.00 per month.If teed. Careful attention given. ladies' J. C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr wtr.Jn.nrLrLrr.nrJJ-HOTELS.- and cold water. Two houses will rent Leslie E. Brooks. '
Phone 1222 for $384.00 !Stable fine
year.
garments. ZtebWANTED.The per
b" 315% South Palafox Street. what you want Is not listed here TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. FERKBLL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. lawn with flowers, wire pigeon house FOR SALE-Ten new and second !
t,! i! call us up by phone 234 or call and Mercnant Transfer Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and Rates $2.00'per day. Nice rooms, 8x10 with fan tail pigeons and rabbits. second hand office safes different!
: see us at 30 S. Paiafox II
i: street. Co. wants your moving and hauling. repaired on short notice. No. 11% I good beds, table the best J. M. Fer- Call and examine. Apply to Joe sizes, best makes at bargain price ;
INVESTMENTP West Government St. Pensacola rell, Prop. 17apr' James. Scarritt Moreno, office East
ROPERTIES All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- Fla. 20aprlw
D. Hale Wilson & Co. sen. Prop. Phone 978 ISJunelaa.WANTED. Idee. ment St Govern'.I.I
oS
L !"' HOTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day.
A FOR SALE-Fourty-f1\"e thousand '
t J. H. PORTER, sallmaker. 716 South Special rate by week. Special attention NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Thu" !
FOR SALE -Real Estate for sale or acres of virgin pine timber land in wishing to make a successful r..'a
: Palafox street Orders
: WHAT TO GET FOR DINNER SUN- taken for to traveling men. Free sam
r body. Apply to Walter Gentry, I
rent, leas-a or exchange.:, Your business one should supply themselves with a hO'-
r DAY. tents, awnings, camp 'stools and house pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. Chipley, Fla. '
: 17aprlw o
i' ,Five room cottage, rents $96 per'i respectfully solicited. 'J.-A. Wilson cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan. 15apr. tie of PLUTO. Now is the season

- i year. .-. .. ..... .... ...$700 Ring Phone 718. Real Estate Agent% W. Government prepare your stomach and 1 n'r
Large two story house with storeroom Let I street, Room i; 'Salisbury SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte against all diseases. Pluto will do '.
Moyer, I
yr; on Wright St, rents $20 perrNj Do :you want on veal the, square beef, help chickens you.,: building. PhQne.172.. 23Jan ing & Co.. wholesale'and retail ship year., American and European plan. eggs Beacon of Boston strain For sale by all druggists and grocer

month..... >.. .. . ..... ...$1900 gophers new beans, 10 cents :1 chandlers and grocers only first-class Special summer rates. First-class" in $2.50 setting of 15, Few very fine wholesale by Jas McHugh. I If
quart; WANTED.-Hauling and transfer house of kind in city. ''Fair prices! to all. respect Pleasant and convenient cockrels ready for the yard. Address f
every
f\i EAST HILL LOTS. i new potatoes JO cents quart; or 1 FOR SALE-One good second h-1. i
I. veg-- Office I Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs!, Fla.
9' work. phone ,363; rsgidence MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen,
etables of all
i- lots cheapest the market kinds, and a full and safe. Will sell cheap. Apply room I
Eight ; on I 390. costa & Slmarlm
line phone ; White, 22-28 N. tick furnished if desired. All done I sacola, Fla. ISapr
complete of
for the location. Other lots in same Staple and Fancy :3:, Fisher building. lIaIrNOTICE I
Tarragona St 25mar. In good order on short notice. Leave .
FOR' SALE-7-room house. !
Groceries! I storeroom -
:. vicinity are held for $100. For quick I THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,
orders at Green & Watson. TO CAND1DATESTbOewishing
f:t 1 *ale each .. .. .... .. ..........$60,I MOYER ON ,THE SQUARE. WANTED.-'The public to 'know that 193. Phone 7mar good beds. Free baths and sample Lot 70x137, 2 closets corner, pantry,10th, city avenue water.and to make a successful run I

!:: Phone 718. old newspapers can be bought at CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. room. $2 per day. Special attention Desoto streets, East Hill. Apply on should supply themselves with a bot,

i i:1;l C R. YAEGER When you ,want something nice, go this are all office clean for and five'cents nice. a'bundle. They Floats specialty.built to J.order.G. Welsh Horse shoeing tc DeFuniak traveling Springs men. J.Fla.R. Brown ISmarlm, Prop., place. R. E Coleman lOapr 2w* tie prepare of PLUTO.your Now stomach is the and season 1-u'o

a CarriageCo.
:FOR SALE-Car load Tennessee
No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. to iloyer's. : will dot-
Pluto
against all diseases.
HOTEL,
I 27feb CENTRAL ,
tj CHIPLEy-oP'1 horses and mules. Can be seen at'
r i ,
MII'TEIA! shingle.' mill crew depot. Large and ). Pou's stables. McMillan' & Turton. For sale by all druggists and grocers
;- steady work and good prices. Apply rooms. Free sample room. Meals at':'I aprl0.I wholesale by Jas :\IcHugn.FOR .

LOST The J. I. Kelley 'Co.Whitfleld, Fla. FOR ReNT all hours. Special attention to trar-I
ir bar
; .. FOR SALE--NIce, clean old SALE-One new Kokens
ProessionalDirectorLk
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$2.00 i I newspapers
.--_,___, 19aprlw elln-g men. per day. J. M. Tug- mirror-
at tire cents a bundle! This of. : ber chair, also several
50x75
-- RK'lT-\\'arehouse
FOR on I Prop. ISmarlm
gle,
I : Call or write J. A. Billinghley. 14 E
ftce.I
jJ LOST, STRAYED 'OR STOLEN railroad. Address Box 712, City. I '
THOS. PEBLEY WANTED circular for I Government ISAprilirn
saw flier CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl SetterLnd, St. I
I
Pure white pup about six montha 21aprlw FOR SALE-Shoe and
making repairing -
20,000 capacity"mUl. Apply The J. --
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND old; cross between! fox terrier and Prop. Special attention to established trade FOR SALE-Household goodsbelclothing I
commer'l I shop;
no
b1" I. Kelley Co., Whitfield, ., f. la, 19apr1wWANTEDROOm FOR RE.'IT-8-room. 2-story Cottage travelers., Free sample ;
: COLLECTIONS. bull liberal l cial
Apl/ ;
; reward return to F. R. to I I competition; good opening for good linen and dishes.
Belmont. Walker
:318 W. Apply Large rooms ,with
f.f PALAFOX AND ROMANA. Meade 118 rooms. good beds. 25inarlm
W Cervates. l9apr3t'LOSTSaturday man. J. Mindel- Bagdad, Fla. 531 E. Government St ;
,
'if PHONE 559. and board for gen- Ingraham. April20 $2 per day. ISmarla 6aprl6t '
tleman and wife and:'Hlld or fur. FOR SALE-Eggs from standard bieJprize
r >> April 14, presumably nished room for lIglt-house1teeplng. FOR RENT-5 room house with all BAY. HOTELOpen lIght and day. FOR SALE-Finejbptel! site; best situation winning Barred Rocks, fifteea
1 from wagon, package containingpair Give full particulars:: to rates and modern conveniences on North Hill European plan. Rooms light and in the city for'a tourist hotel $1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved
f T.O1YATESM.D.1OPTICIAN trousers addressed H. P| Mo g. locality.: Address "Rat a," care.Jour- Apply B';: F. Wolfe'at Citizens'' National -clean.' Transient trade solicited. I', ,-130 feet fronting south by 172 feet Chester White Pigs -pedigreed. Mrs.
If found, returned to Express office nal.. '1 apr5t' Bank. ISaprlw! 515-579 S. Paiafox. Jas. s. Nicolaa: deep on East Government street, over I Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley! Fla.
I and receive reward., lSaprLQSTLady' Prop looking Seville square and Adams 22marlm*
11 ; 1 WA.'TED-All owners 'of poultry 'to FOR RENT 3 4-room cottages on street with open view of. Pensacolabay
306 THIESEN BUILDING 12th avenue and Garden St. Rent $10,000 will buy the FOR SALE-Second hand 25 II.-
double property.
know
case gold watch, that we are agents forthe eel to
&i monogram "8. M. B... one side, ebrated Conkey's Poultry Remedies $6.50 per month. Apply 12th ave. and Found lapr. boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply 13April
New Method
Salamanca St. 15apr1w'A. Laundry.
fleur-de-lis set with diamonds other. Guaranteed to v J-iI- 4- tt nMr.rtrnr r .
on cure ,
Cholera
WM. Lii> HOWE rope FOR SALE-At a bargain 1 5
Lost on Bagdad walk, or streets of tape and to kill fleas, lice! and mites. R. BINGHAM has storage room for FOUND STRAYINGJersey cow.!' year old Jersey'cow with youn'gcalf.Gives -HOUSES FOR SALE-Lease or rent,
uf ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR'ATLAW Milton. Return to Miss Mae Elan-Also their wonderful egg producer. rent, suitable for furniture 'or other Strange in the vicinity; for information 'I'' 2% to 3 gallons per day; also near car lina on Little Bayou. Apply -

,4 ', chette. Milton. Liberal' reward. I S. Mellen & Co. Phone -No. 234. F'I goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona address B. E., Warrington,, 2 pair scales and one oil tank. Hugh! to Phillip Hannah! Little Bayou :,
I 14'/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST.I 18apr w. I ISapr. St. Phone 630 SOaoT Fla., P. O. Box \o. 6. 21aprlw* Moloney, 924 N. Davis.< 15aprlW'r.i. I I 4apxl6t*
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THE PENSACOLA 1
JOURNAL S"ATl1-1t-o-kY-"MO'R'N'TN'G; APRIL 2f, 1906 PAGE SEVEN _

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SALE // Bros. Co.

BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. lAUSlEY -G COMPANYI: mrrINGNW[ YOU CAN BUYLAND .

was Lester$350 Piano price, mahogany now J275, tine used order only, _

tea months. $10 cask balance $8 8 Arrived.
a month. /Homewood Br. ss. 1290, Jerglnsen, IN THE NEW COUNTRY ;

per Irving handsome case, was ?300( I COMMISSION BROKERS i ii New Orleans to W. 'a Keyiser & Co.
$215: very little used. Terms $10 Inchmoor, Br. ss. 2214 Angus Mobile Recently opened up in eastern
now to Gulf Transit Co. Ibid a1i Arkansas .
month.Cluttt'f. Louisiana (Mississippi -
cash $tl ,Per large handsome mahogany H! WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i ii Sailed. Delta) and Southeastern

nas $400 now $335. A bargain. | MOBIL.E.ALABAMA.MARKETh_ Spennymoor, Br ss. 1722, Nairn' Missouri along the lines of the -

case Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. Private Wires N. Y. N. .Havre',R11 JDfunklrfc ibk..ir and ss1940,Rotterdam., Arklsy,j. Jo e"whiskeya Iron Missouri Pacific Railway and -
Jleblm. high grade mahogany; was ]i| 0., and Chicago. I Genoa.; .' Mountain Rcute at $7.50 to

14"0 now $390; rented only few .. Cleared. friendly tip $15.00 an acre whIch when

months, ?20 cash $10 Per month. Inchmoor, Br ss 2214, ,Angus, Liverpool cleared and slightly improved ..i
Sterling ebony case, was J350 now | COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS { readily brings a cash rental of
with bunker coal.
fi2tf( $1U' cash. $6* per month. Kerriemoor, Br ss 2109, for Hamburg find the right article : $4.00 to $6.00 an acre.

Cluster large size, mahogany case;; I Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. Naval Naval Stores.Stores. with 71,300"( ft sawn timber; j UNUSUAL.Opportunities .
used seven months was $400 now t; S69.000 ft lumber for Rotterdam
; stick to it ;
month. Savannah, Ga., April 20.The naval !
J275: $10 cash. $8 per : i with 843,000 ft lumber. exist for the
Kimball! walnut case, was $375 used Z Reference: First National! Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 stores market closed today a$ follows: VIda, Nor es 975 Averse, Calves- Homeseeker and the Cap
.6 45 "Old joe" is
VV iv'
two years, now $li5, $10 cash, balance .i / ton with bunker cal o. right-rightly I italist.

$7 per month. ................................................... WG.. 5 35 VESSELS IN "CRT.StesmsMpo. made-rightly aged; giveit
.530 THERE IS NO BETTER
All of the above are upright pianosand .
we guarantee them. We have 16 -_. M .5 25 Annie, Brit ss, Wie 2445, Rio Janeiro a test-you'll have no Land in the world than the ",
from $15 to $45. 50c --- K..5: 15 Other thousands insist it' !
-
quare pianos to Pensacola Lumber Co. ; .upon rich alluvial Delta and River
per week: sood for practice. Order Your 1.4 50 Argo, Br ss. 1970, Dove, Buenos I bottom lands of Southern Missouri
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, H....-: .. ; ...4.30 : full measure-convenient package .1
ICE COAL and WOOD Ayres. Eastern Arkansas, Louisiana
Pensacola, Fla. ., F.3 $5 Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193, Smith, New- moderate price-sold everywhere I II and T xas. .
---- 4 E. .3 90
- from: the News to H. Baars. I
port
'jjs.jE-One fine mantel folding i Consumers' Iceland Fuel Company. D. '.. 3 80 Cayo Bonito Br ss 2213, Widgery, "b & b" atlanta i MONEY IN LAND BEATS
bed (the latest) baby's high chair, .. -, .3 75 Coatzacoalcos to Gulf Transit Co. MONEY IN BANK
baby carriage!!: chairs, dishes, etc. Ap. ; Office-Corner Chase and Tarragon Phona 259. *,. _. '. Chelford Br ss, 1707, Wood, Tamp Especially land that is rapidly
"NO. 36 S. Palafox St. 19aprlw _
ply -w AUSLEY & GO.'S REPORTS co, to order. increasing in value.

Liverpool .Cotton Market Dora, Br ss, Mitchell, 1459, Buenos Write for Maps, Descriptive
,
FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit. 'LI > Ayres. Literature, Etc., Etc.

Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture Jan.-F. .. Close/ Hesleyside Br ss, 1617 Bedlington, Homeseekers Tickets Sold

store 138 E. Intend ncia St. 27mai Feb.-Mar....... ...... .....".. Las Palmas to R. M. Robinson. 1 and 3 Tuesday Every Month.
.
FOR -SALE-Registered Berkshire 1 We Can Make Profit for ContractorsThis Mar.-April..................................5.88 Kerriemoor, Brit ss 3corer, 2109, [FULL I. E. REHLANOER, .'
.5.89y.JunlJ. Trav. Pass.
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for: AprilMay Venice. Agt.
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, .5.89JuneJ Monsaldale, Brit ss 1783, Davis, i 34 W. 9th St, Chattanooga, TeanLWYlllHfRRE
is a 'great'season for building and contractors &ly .6.83JulyAugust I
Baars & Co.
Santos to H.
Fla. should reap''a harvest. We can increase your gains and: ........... 5.83 1970 Clark Rio EXPRESS -.
Olivemoor Brit es, ,
FOR SALE One- large fire proof' Vic give a full measure of satisfaction to jour customers. August-September .....i. Janiero to J.' H. Christie. II' PREPAID -7
safe Double Let us figure contracts for rough lumber September-October /5.70
lor practically new. on your dressed .. Vida, Nor ss, 976 Arressen, Card
doors. Reason for selling, have al lumber, turned and scroll work, lime, brick hair Oct ber-November /5.63 Co.
.. nas, to Hyer &
larger one. Safe Dept., Win. -Johnson I laths, paints, oils, varnishes: and a full line of builders' Dece November-December-January h..,.563 5,63: Vivina, Span ss, 1958, Bustinza, Liverpool HAUTE R-R}

& Son. 18ap; hardware.Saunders. Liverpool Spots,613. via. Cuban ports, to Gulf Transit \1

FOR SALE-Cash Register (National]) I Co.

latest Improved crank handle. 4;: Mill Company, New York. Cotton Market. Ships. S SSEL
register for each. I Orpheus Aust ship, Medanlc Tries
key
1\e5. opens Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. Open High! Low C'os
clerk. Only reason for selling is don'ti I January 10. 6. 10. 0 10.45 10.5! te. IDor.I
need this style register for our business .' -- May 11.03 11.19 1104 11.19: Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen,

Cost over $350 price will interest . July 11.96 11.Ox 1092 110 Dunkirk. I
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DELIVERED
August 10.78 10.11(1( 1077 1091 BarK" FOR _
Address National Cash M4l 1 _
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you. a -_- --_ 1I .rn'I !_ October.......10.40 1049 10.35 I l0.46 : Precursore, Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508, I '
Journal office. 18ap: :
Register,
December...... .... lad 10.49 10.38 104!: Oenoa to Hosasco Bros. $12CHAS. I
FOR SALE Five room cottage oil Ital bk Zeno, 1220, Southampton t I -' -
New York Spots., U.T5 Scillin, _sL#& Q 7 S'r
monthly payments, city water, gas: SAVINGIt's Wheat. to Rosasco Bros. I kw I $
and free mail delivery. corner 8th Schooners.Donna '
Open High Low Close
ave. and 12th St. G. E. Bredt. I J4sy__. 79% 79% 79'i.Corn. 7tJi1y I''' Christina. Am sch McLeod, BLUM&CO
18apr5t .,... ....... 8 78 'l7J' !i 165 Cardenas.' 517 AND 519 WSST BAY ST- i I '1!JA-
to of Thos. S. .nnison, Am scb, Wade. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lfVYf1V-
WANTED-To loan money on your! easy save-merely a matter : I -
to order.
watches, jewelry and personal' el. spending less than you earn. Keeps Open Hig'a Low Clow 1329, Baltimore 72 Tela. Honduras. -- ------ -
fects. Highest cash price for old gold grow- May........'...454. 474 *% 47J< Union, Br sch, --- :.

and silver. LJghtman & Klein, 106 E ing easier too-in fact becomes surprisingly .Jl l--" .....&X W 4:% 46 bowels regular by the SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES :
wrIght. Phone 1127. after New York Stock Market I Keep your : .,,
have practiced it for
easy you awhile I : use Chamberlain's Stomach and Buy Liebold Safes.
Open ClosSouthern
FOR SALE-A second-hand conopy top] : Pac1fi.e..h., .......... B4H C6;'e Liver Tablets.' There is nothing bet. Scarritt Moreno, Agent.

phaeton in perfect order, about as People fall into the habit of spending Copper......................... 107 1l* ter. For sale by all druggists.
good as new. Apply to J. A. KIrkpal : .4... 8.}T::::t..:'.:'.. 136iAtch 138! I
:irk, 222 E. Gadsden street or phone money thoughtlessly and imagine th y" an- .,,...v............. lOM 91 j' GET A PANAMA, $5.00, $7.50 AND
;.''I. 15apr5t.DIRECTORY'. not save. Cultivate thoughtfulness and A.B ........>.f4..x..455' liT; $10.00 AT STANDARD CLOTHING Morris Dannheisser THROUGH SERVICEVIA
B.E T.... W/ 84jB.40 COMPANY, ,
carefulness.. your bound to save. .,*.,H0>i 111 L.&N.1E.&TH.and C.&E.L rJ.I
: .. ,.... .2S 43% I CLERKS AND INSPECTORS (Formerly of Danahelsser Bros.) .
; Four per cent interest paid on time deposits : U.f.I ... .. 1 59>i &%. FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine I 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Daily 2 i*i'

here. Open an account to-day i iU.i.! ........ 42( 43H i j Wines, Beer ana Tobacco. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO ,'
I ..;.........: THROUGH SLEEPERSANODAYCOACHES
.. U.S., preferred 107,. 1O
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F. There's and : Ngtlce, Is hereby given that at a I kEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO
protection, encouragement sat- B.8... ....__.a....': 29 ( Bo>, Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialtj r,
Joppa Lodge, No.6, 1. 0. 0. F.. isfaction in bank account. 'L.& K.. ,-,.. lWi 148 .i meeting of .thaTCounty Democratic . ] DINING CARS SERVING, ALL VEALS EtTflOUTE ,. ;1"..
_
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 .& .... 79 81% Executive Committee, held at Pensa' 12 W. .ZarrjjjoBsa. Street, D.BUUUN. .,0. p. AS..L RWEIS.( 4u.AjtHSHVH4.I. "
o'clock at Rafford Hall West Garden cola April If 1906, the folowing fVNSVIL IHIII. ( TfWt
JJ.P.-. 84>i 95Hut i PENSCAOLA.5L03IDA.. ....
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St. Visiting brethren are cordially in .. lIt 114} clerks and Inspectors were selected, . --
vited. Otua.Paa...........:.......... ii 1612N. : to act at the Democratic primaryto J JI ,
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. .Y. ... I4l>i 144 .be heMay 15. 1906:
J. W. GINGLES, SBC.SljanGm. I P.O .. .'<:*.'"K V3 I ..clerks and !Inspectors. LOUISVILLE & HftSHVILLE RAILROAD COMPLY
n.D.G.......... ...1-\: .. ...... I 13% I No i l..J.' W. Chefry,"WIlt RIch, J. ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK St.1' .. :.......... Ij2 173":! F. Richards, Inspectors; V. Goldback, Tht.ugll1ll4 Lecal TIme Tables 3et"aen Penusa! ail Paints: North. .."
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Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. clerk. READ DOWN READ
8 B.i. 3I//Ji 39><+ I No. .2-Floyd Athy, H. C. Miller, Trams Nos. .
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meets every Monday evening Trains Nos. -
T.O.I.....,......_. No Sale
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hal OF'PENSACOLA, FLA. Penna....... 13) 138% i J. F. Helton, inspectors; Joe White, 2 4 3 1

over Pou stable, W. Intendencla St. w. H.KNOWLM. Pres. W. K. Ryan JR., V.-Prw. and Ca ie-. U.P., ..,..-. ...... lWJ'I 153%" clerk. 1l:05pm: 11:5: aJIl.I.Ly.. .... .. .Pensaeoa..Ar.! 5:00a.m: 4lJi'p'11:
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. T, W. BRBST and W N. ROBERTS Asst. Caihiers.: No. 3-W. W. Kirksy, W. Fell R 6:30am: 6:20PJIl I.At. .. .. .Mont0mery..Lv.: 9:35pm I 1l:152m:
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. DIHICTOR3-F. G' Brent, W. A. Blount. \V, H. Knowles, W. K. flyer, ;Jr., G. Brewton, inspectors; G. A.. Morrlll l1:4am : ; .. .. .. ham. Lv. 4:2_ I 8:3arn:
D. Letter.
G. $rent. Co.'s Cotton
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S Ausley & Daily clerk.. 7:25pm: 3:11ipl.: ; .,\r. . aslville.! . .Lv. I 8:45am I 2:2Jau: :
New York. April 20.-Liverpool cables No. 4Jno. Longreen, E. Padgett,
J- Meetings of the were fully as low as was expected Will Brig'gs inspectors: ; Chapman 8:00pm 3:31am+ Ly..4. .Nashville..Ar.! 8:11am2I/ ) a'm
3:60am 9:2Cpm7:40am
1:25am 8:15am: At. .Evansvifle------ :
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Knights of Columbus __ morning, in fact they .rather Gonzalez, clerk.
this . .Lv.
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are held at their hall, overdone the matter, spots being reduced No. 5.-=-.\., H. :Baily. Wm White, n
No. 8 West Intenden- 12 points on sales of 12,000 J. Shel"by,.1nspectors. 7:50pm 3:27am. Lv. : I. .Nas \lle; . 81am:: I 2:15am:
. cIa street, on every -No. 5503.- bales! while futures were down some< No. 6.-Tom Davidson, S. R. Tait, 2lam I 8:30am I Ar. . .Lousille: .. .Ar'l 2:45am I 9:30pc:2(1am :
Monday : ( 12:01n'n: Ar. .Cincinnatl . .Lv. 11:03pm 6:00pm:
evening at C.W. LAMAR, President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashisr.J. 7 to 9 points, but later cables stated Aler McVoy inspectors; Olie Jennings I :
7:30 o'clock. An in- E. CLARK.Vice-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant: Cashier.! i that liquidation was about over and clerk. r
vltatl i extended for. Nickelson C. Don Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
a that a better market was looked No. 7.-A. D. ,
to visiting Knights. The En'glish markets regained a partof Ward Burkley Hastings inspectors; 5&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6

:Dl!. JOHN JONES. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK its loss and closed steady. Frank 'GiUy clerk. 7O0am11:05pm1t:55amLV: .pensa 01a. .Ar. 5OOam' 4:00pm 6:30pm:
FOX. Grand Knight Our markets opened some little low. No. 'S.-Tar Cr ll'btree, J. C. 10:45aml: 2:55am 4:12pmIAr .Mobile .Lv.12:4OamllS9am: 2:35pm:

., Recorder. OF PCniSACOlA, FLA. er and prices were hammered from Taylor. Thos. Cisco. inspectors; C. P. 6:00pm: 7:15am: 8:15pm: Ar.. New Orleans Lv.1 8:15pml.: . .... 9:25am:
the start until July In New York Proctor, tlerk.No. .
Daughters of Rebekah. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. reached 10.93, the lowest point In 9-M. Sturdivant, J. B. Hug Flomaton., Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.

Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters ot .CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,053. days but at this leyel there was good gins :3." T. 'Flllingim, inspectors; P. 21 I 5 I 1 I I. 3.Trgtns. do not stop at stations I 2 4 I 6 I 22DailyIDalyIDailYDaIlY
Rebekah, meets every Monday night buying in evidence and the weak long M. Pritcnett. clerk. : I where no time Is shown 1 I Dally(IDailyfDailYDai1y!
at 8 o'clock in .1. 0. O. F. hall Visit DIRECTORS. element which is always a menace to, No. 10.-J, T. Rigley, Burges Bry- ..
ing sisters Offarrels inspectors B. .. .. 4:53 2:3O.250 Lv.; .. .Flomaton 'Ar. 12:45 1:25 5:25. .:
cordially invited to be market practically wiped out.I ars Wesly ;
lent. presMRS. Henry L. Covlngton Frank Rey!!! F. E. Browner, any Prces; steadied was and some of the loss; H. Bryars, cl rk. .. 5:00 2:35 .2:55... .,.. .. .Ceutury .. 1 1:4 1:218:21. ...

: .B.R. WITKOVSKI, J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 3. Rosasco, C. V.'. Lamar, was regained. We consider the mar- No. 11-J.. W. Emmons. W. C. Williams ... 5:07 2:41 305 .. .Blu1f.8.pings ... .1:33 1:15 8:15.. ...
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Scunders, ket much stronger than before as the : W. L. 'Mims, inspectors; J. ... 5:17251'320..McDavid.. .. .. .l2:22' 1:05: 8:06. .. .
A. M. Avery \v. H. Milton, 0. E. Maui-s, B. Stewart, clerk. .. 5:30 8:041.3:36. .. .PlneBarren. .... .12:08 12:52 7:55. ....
tailor and scalper are not to be de-
M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and W. L Cawthon, Or. W. J. Hannah, ftkKenzIe Oertlng and when this No. .U.-J A. Andrews R. P. Reese, .. 5:39 3:13:50: .. . .Moino.11:59; 12:43 7.1. ... .
third Wednesday evening at 7-30: Alex cGowln,. C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. pended upon either way be Ed. Watson, inspectors; Lee Daniell .. .. *5:43 ......'4:0.. .. .Quintette .. ..'' .. ...
ffl., Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inteadencia p. following gets too large it substantial must cleric .. .. '5:53 '3:261':11. .. ..Cotta. e Hill .. .. ..'11:5112:347:39... ...
out (before anything ; .
! street. Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations end Firms Sor clt.d. shcok'be done.Reports NoC::1 13.-'Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. ... '5:51 3:29/.t:15./ ,. .. Cantonment .. .11(0 12:36 .7:31: ,. ...
can .. ... .Gonzalez.11:3512:21 .
: 726 .
.. .6:01'3:341'4:23. :
J. L. SWEENEY.A.Sec.G. FELL Prea. Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. from every section of the Menko Clark, 'Otto clerk.White, Inspectors: Julius ... .6:03.3:36.4:25. .. .. ..Roherts.. .. .. .11:33.12:19.7:24. .:.:

south indicate favorable weather forthe ) .. .. ,Olive.11:22119:097:15 .
.. 6:152:45440: : 0 : ..
14.-r-Dixoa Reed J. S.lc- '
Pensacola growing crop although for the las No. . '6:21 .3:51 '4:48 .. J" .llreat. .,. ..'11:15.12:04: '7:09 ....
Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. t -------- few days temperatures were rather Ga ghey- James O'Brien, inspectors, . S:2S.3U':52. .. ... .Gouldir.g. ...11:1112:01 7:0-5. .. .
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.. ........... .........i.........+.....+........O..... too low. This favoraible weather coupled Abe' 'Daniels, clerk. . 6:301.:00: : 5:00 Ar... .Pensacola. Lv. 11:0/ 11:55 7:00.( ... .. ..
meets every ThursUa- -veitinsr at 7:39: () J. S. REESE. President. E. W. MENEFEB. Cashier. with; the known lar e acreage No 15-F. M.. Whiting, Phil San. -
at the new hall on West Garden T R. M. GARY. Vice-President I planted deters the longs from become ches, J. B. Dougherty, Inspectors. ; J. No. 21 I'' :"BPM'
street Visiting brethren cordially I and they have only E. Relra clerk. I AM
invited. E. GREENBLATT, I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOU. i ling aggressive leader, which in as itself is aweak No. 16--Sid Clopton Hiram Suggs,I 5:00.. ...... '1:00 Lv... ..PenS3 o1a ..... .Ar 11:15C :
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J. NEVILLE one w:: H. Kilbee Inspectors Jno. Hoyt, 5:20. ... .... 7:13.. .. a.. .Bohemia.. .. ... '.10:55:
Secretary.
4 > L J. R'.eves, 'J. S. Reese, W. CeC. Kessler. R. M. Cary { point especially) when he Is known tohave' ; II .
. Director*- .
- clerk. S 5:22.: .. ... 7:15. ,. ..Gun Point.. n .. .. ;.10:53
W. 0. W. \ W. A. D'Alemberte A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. bearish tendencies, almost always ] C .. .Yn e5tra. .. .. .10:50S
No. 17-Sid Clc-pton Hiram Suggs, :
Live Oak Camp No.1. W. O. w < > TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. grabs his share' of the profits .. .Escambla.! .. .... .

meets la Pythian Hall 1st and 33 YOUR ACCOUNT. ..IS..RESPfi/JTFULM....... ... SOLICITED. I and leaves his followers: to get out as W Hoyt H.clerk.Kilbee,. inspectors. ; Jno. L. 5:25..p.. .. .Mulat.. .. ..... .10:0..J. .10:36::
........ .. .......e. ........ O best they may afterwards makes any -
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Wednesdays In each month. Visiting' No. 18-J, W. Bowman, J. A. Williams .. .Harp. .. .. .'10:32
sovereigns cordially invited.F. heavy Investment buyng: hazardous in J. Brewton, inspectors; T. 5:51.. .. ... .: .. .. .. .Galt City. .. .... .I0:1:
A. BOGHICH. C. C. 11111 -- the extreme w1.ile on the other hand J. Cushion W clerk. 6:03.. .1... .. .7:39. .. .. .MIlton. .. ..... .. .10:14

LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. L HILTON GREEN Paumu-r. T. B. WHLLgS, VIOI-PBBSIDBNT. the bears seem to think they hate' Na 19.-W. B. Miller A. B. Filllng'm -I 6:35.... ... ..... .. .. ...Good Range .. .. ... .. St'l
- B. M. BUSHJf FLiL,& I1nt. MANSFIELD MORENO,Assr.CA'BU1t commitments enough, at least unt'l' ,: F. M. Wood, Inspectors; A. J. 7:03.. ... 8:16. .. "S ..Hots.: .. .. ... 915
Woodman's ,Circle.W National Bankof they are sure of what the crop will clerk 7:26. .. ... .. '8:30.: .. ... h1l1gan. ," .. .. ... ... 8:5:
Fillingim,
0. W. C.. Oal Krove. No.4, Citizens be, knowing full well they have the No. 20-W. M. McCurdy M. F. Mor- 7:40... ... .. 8:38.... .. .. .Crestview. .. .. 9:04. .. .... 8:38:
Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday PensacoU, Florida. situation well} in hand and can do I tain Bill Newberry, inspectors; :Mack 8:09j. ..... 8:56: .. .. .. .Deer Land.. ,. .. .... . ;.. .8:03
3 p. m., 2d floor Pythian Hall over DIREcrop.3.GM. pretty much as they like once they McCurdy, ;: clerk. S 8:331.: .. ....... 9:10.. .. .110s5Y Head .. .. ... ..8:33.. .. ... 7:40:

Pou's stable on Intendencia street W Wright. Morris:Bear., T.K.Welles. Biz M.Robinson. L. Hilton Ore n, take hold. No. .21-Preston Pierce M. E. Hen 9:161.! .. .... 9:35.: .DeFuniak Springs.. 8:13.. .. ... 6:57:
Visiting sovereigns cordially invited.' A GENERAL BAVXI/VC/ BUSINESS TRANSACTED The terrible disaster at the Golden derson. R. T. Bradley, inspectors; C. a \\:30; ,. .... 9:44.: .a .. .Argyle .. ....... 7:44...... ... 6:42
Mrs Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs. Gate city practically! demoralized the ; clerk. 9:521.! .. .... 9:57.Ponc DaLeon. .. .. '1:29 ... .... 6:20

il. B. Olsen. Clerk. markets .of the whole, world but' once R.No.: Vaughn 22-F. A. Mayo, E. N. Jernigan, : .. ..... 10:10.. .. .!\\estville.. .. .. 7:11... .. ... .6:00

.- the first shock was"over matters soon J. H. Inspectors; W. T. Mayo, .. ... ..10:15.: ;,. ....Caryrllle. .. .. .. '1:1: ::. : ... .... 5:5
-- -- I ; ---- -wlit began to right themselves and the I King 10:22.... ...... 10.30. .. ....Bonifay. .. ... .. 6:55.... ..'. 5-1
clerk. .
Matsay, New York Stock Exchange wired the No.. 23-H.C. Kellam. D. W. Bow. 11:12 ........ 10:47.. .. ....Chipey.! .. .. ... 6:37.: .. ... 4:55
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NOTICEThe M. C.rr. CA' a., CO Set'*. mayor of San Franclco" $5,000 and the W. J. Kumams, Inspectors; R. J. 11:29.. ... '16.5 ", .. .. .AYCOCk. .. .. .. 6:27 .. .... ...
.Wholesale. and SeUli Dealer ia Cotton Exchanges and Chicago Board man Seymour, clerk. 11:43... ........ 11:07... .. ...Cottondale.. .. .. .. 6:18............4-9:

Woolley I Sanatoriumthe only in- 'Anthracite Iani of Trade immediately followed suit. FRANK REILLY ... .... 11:231.. .. .....3larlanna.. .. ,. .6:00 .h. .... .
Etjtjte Steam, Ppmestic, fA Those speculators are an awful lot 12:101.. .' ... 5:38... .
lathe United States where the! C F. B-RADCLIFF; Chairman. ... .,.,. 115\\.. .. ... .Cypress. : ... 3:19
opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits' Blacksmith W M L.. men.Vhy don't the different associations 'Secretary. .12:55. ..... ... '11:52.. f ..Grind! Ridge.. .. .I' 5:32 'f.: 3:01

wn be cured without exposure and' Office: -No. 43 South: Palafoi street Telephone 93. who condem them come to the.' Temporary 1:131. .. ...... %: .. .. .. ..Sneads .. ... .1.5:21.. ........ 2:4 -
with so much ease for the patient.>Only! Tarragona and Gonzales streets. Phones 6'' and 872 front 'promptly.. If there ever wasa ::1 : 1:30:. .. ... 12:15 ..Ri"er JunctIon \ 5:10 ......I.. 2:30
ii) days' time required. Describe: Yard corner ;,... tme{ when such prompt. assistance English .and .continental spinners keep 10:501. ..1... .. .. 7:40 Ar .. .Jacksonville.. .. Lv I 9:0.. .. .. 4:00AY
>'ur caSe. and I will write you an! was needed It certa'nly! Is right now.. up their persistent buying of thp actual I t IPM. AMj: I ,IP1I.
opinion as to what I can accomJ.1lish'or. Our cotton markets closed about as, stuff and nut'!! this demand slackens V -
jou. Ask your family they should considering the action ol: we do' not think any material Trains 21 and 22 and' trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car betwt.J

jo investigate. Dr. B. M. WooIJey physician, 104 l Subscribe for The Journal Uyerpool, thus leaving it up to the i break probable and favor buying on Pensacola and Jacksonville via .River, Junction and Seaboard Air Uae.Trainj .

* Fryor Street. Atlanta Ga. I, Englishmen to set the pace. The: these recessions s. swj oa li fgn&i. -






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,.'j t and forger the mutiny.'in smuch a ;! m ,. TO PIECES I
ji' BASEBALL lie has taken' Reagan 'back. ryITS
Wilson Matthews, a college bred f "
i ONCE SAID ,< man is umpiring In the South Atlanticleague. ; rJ
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..d, Matthews had accepted the N
1.,.,-''';' What to that Birmingham crew is doing sporting editorship of, a Birmingham : no 'trouble :with the WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. You N
" the eastern clubs of the South maleofficial' taere,
r....zR ern League is something' worse than at daily$3, per was game, but: resigned/scorer to get: open ,the ice chamber and take it out; take out the ice grate; takeout rJ
! one B. B. Comer would like to do tone
:, If I can see your shoes I Dr:'R.,,M\Cunningham in the gubernatorlal -; back cator.in Mattaews the game and ifc one handle.jf, the fig, indi best: I 5- the provision shelves- and take out the waste pipe.without, opening the rJ

rj' jo;( and hat, I can tell you the Doctor race would, and like' likewise to do with.thei what Umps in the. !business. '- fUr lower door. It's so easy to clean them, it's actually a pleasure. DO YOU tU
if, what: kind of man rouf..u I Sentell( who was with Macon in the
a : one Comer. The Barons continue t : win, though it takes the tribe 0fy
are. If you buy your an extra -
-. I' inning to accomplish the trick, j wonderful game for Philadelphia: i in is perfect and it is absolutely odorless. In the WHITE MOUNTAIN
His rJ
i)' Shoes and Hats here the the National league. fielding and
and the Vaughanites are outhit and l netting"are sensational i you will always have a Refrigerator that's as clean and sweet smelling as when Nit
. t:- "wise man" will have a outfielded in a majority ,of game Zellar, of.Atlanta holds the strik-out t
: favorable opinion: of you. where they have been returned vic-lj I record in-the Southern league. In left our store' This is a peculiarity of the WHITE MOUNTAIN line that
". tors. It may be luck, and no one acquainted -
k}: Straw Hats 75 cents to. $5.00. with Big Vaughn will eve] ;I 1(the thirteen Montgomery innings he men made fan nineteen the atmos of, p j you won't find anywhere else. j
: deny consistently that he '
i : Panamas $6.50 to $15.00.p has not several -i, phere. <
,; horseshoes hanging around his, 1m. rJ
Derbies up to $5.00. neck at all stages..' There be a. '
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c::: Softs, $2.00 to $3.50. blow-up soon, but Birmingham has an Buster BrownWon' ti
t',.' excellent team. I I The indoor baseball game-at the 'Y.M. .
You Make Back
b";'" tt_ The Best Suit in town for $12.50 I Charlie Frank got that Pelican l C. A. last evening between the Buster -*'I Your Money m
: : bunch of his together again yesterday Brown's captained by Harry Lur- .
4 :- ton and the Business Men's team captained
r and New Orleans succeeded in l j .
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1i:, trimming! Memphis. :Montgomery by Geo. P. Wentworth, proved ru S 5 ', 5 -Wj: m
: 'to be an interesting'and
has
at last won another battle. The L
"* inhabitants of Sleepyville will awaken: 'event The Buster Brown's, however Ow: The WHITE-MOUNTAIN: Refrigerators are air tight, cold and dry, This fJ

ftri The John White now victim.for Shreveport a few days. and Atlanta Little was Rock the!: were j and the too score much at for the the'end Business of the ninth Men,1m causes a saving in ice during the season that would astonish you if reduced to N

Mkf Store did not play due to old Jupiter buttj: j inning was 9'to 3 in favor of the for, dollars and cents Just try a WHITE MOUNTAIN and after a month or two N
ing in and stopping the matinee. mer. The feature of the game wathe
r. The race in the South Atlantic Le a- j' pitch'ng of Welles of the victors ; compare your-ice bill with those you used to pay. The money you are putting m
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205.207 S. PALAFOX ST. ue is corker. The first three teams the Business Men being unable t
;are tied a for first place and the last: ]!solve his delivery. I j[ i in ice NOW,will buy you a new Refrigerator For the class of the article theprice tU

1/* -l ... trio are bunched all together.The .i The Buster B own's-have been challenged t is' lower.than you would think. f rJ
surprise of the baseball world ] by the Eureka Reds, a team AJW .. .
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is the ,game being put up by Boston (composed of young men of the Y. 1 I.|'J ffl .,_ ..' +---:- tu.
4. V-vOOD I in the National League. The Beat: C. A., and the game will be 'played'ftjHi

eaters are leading the league and trades, 'next Friday night. There will foe no Y. ; .. We Have Them Upfrom Cut Shows One
-Rr All kinds that you want. made by Manager Tenney are proving! !admission charged, and everybody is:
profitable! to his team. He deserves.I' invited to attend. Children ..w'll only W ro
3 success. be admitted when accompanied by r

' )t OAK AND PINE From the looks of things it looksas their parents. 8 for .v Pi ,
if Napoleon Lajoie and his Cleveland The -line up was as follows: y ;:
crew, will have a walkaway in Business Men Position Buster B.: = --- t31ex ,
? cheaper than you can buy the American League pennant race. Wentworth, (Capt. ...0. .. ...Lamar 8!
" t It anywhere. Any size you Riley *. ? .. ?P;. .. ...-.Welle .
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Mt want Standing and Results. Garfield.. .. ..r..SLurton., (C) flj $$1.50 to $$60 $$11.50 I
Marsh .. .. ....lb., .* ....Peafoody
I L G. SEWELL Southern League. Mellen. .. ..,. &. .. .....Billiard
Won Lost Pet Watson .. .. ..3b.. ,",. .. ..Wilson ,

.. .. .. .. Brooks, L. E.RP.. .Brooks,,"H.L, .--. .
614. Birmingham.
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1 Shreveport..5 2 714 Gray.. ... ._ ... .lvxr'..t .. *. I The Cleanest Imaginable
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,, New Orleans..4 26tH :" Yeager.f. I
E. L. REESE J. MENDEL Memphis.. .. .. .. ..3 3 SOU i
f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Best Refrigerator STONE WHITE of the'
r. Atlanta..3 6 375 0)U |sfthe WHITE MOUNTAIN line. It is |
Montgomery .. .. .. ..3 5 375 and Moat Popular.- '
Reese 6 Mendel built the well-known i of the
Nashville. .. .. ..... .3 6 333 "Mothers buy it for croupy children on principals cold-retaining properties of stone, M

The Home Tailors, Little Rocl.J$ .. ?. ..1 6 142 railroad men buy it for,severe coughs I ; : and the doors and entire provision chambers are lined with pure white stone, $
and elderly people buy it for la grin- .
Yesterday's Result pe," says Moore Bro .,,'Eldon, Iowa! __ not imitation, but REAL SOLID STONE. ,It is the coldest cleanest prettiest, (

Birmingham 6, Nashville 5, (ten inning "We sell more of Chamberlain's CoughRemedy _5 well the
as as most economical Refrigerator Our
Builders /). than any other kind. U i made. cut shows one at $40, flj

New Orleans 6, Memphis 3. seems to have taken the lead'over several but we'haye them all prices up from $25. m j jIf
ti'r Montgomery 5, Atlanta 3. other 'good brands.." There is no N .'

4 01! tahreveport-Little-Rock rain. that question can but be procured this medicine for coughs.is the best and a not convenient to pay cash, tell the salesman to "Charge it." gj

K South Atlanta League. colds, ,whether it be a child< .or an N
t '-S. Won Lost Pet adult that is afflicted. It always cUre

Jacksonville .. '.. .. ..3 2 600. and cures quickly. Sold by all drug
Hen'sFine Charleston.. .. .. ....3 2 600' !gists. RHQDES-FUTCH-COLLINS FURNITURE COMPANY
Augusta:. ? .. ...,..3 2 600 I 1
Savannah. ? .. ..,...2 3 400 $ ,
i.r' Columbia.. .. ..2 3 400 Wm. Johnson 6 Son
Macon .. .. .. ... ...2 3 400 tV 26 and 28 E. Garden Street. rJa2aaa

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,; ; New and uptodateme 0: Spring/!; National League. flavor, fragrance and'strength was made recently I Good Life Insurance
4r and Summer Suitings and Trouser Won Lost (Pet. in Tetley'Teas 'by Costs a Certain Amountand
.. Secretary W. E. Bible of the Rye THE WEATHER
t: Ings. Boston.. '.. .. .. ..5 2 714
; Suits from 17.50 to $50.00. Pittsburg. : .. .. ... .i 2 667 Beach (I11.'fwimminggasociation) that should be looked at in the same light as any other purchase>
fi "1 Trousers from $5.00 to 15.00 New York.. .. ...3, 571 WATSON, PARKER & REESE HAVE the Central: Ajneric'aiTjAthtetic union :you make. You can buy .a watch for less than the one you carry

F Join our Gentlemen's Suit Gin o. .Philadelphia.. .. ... .4 3 571 JUST RECEIVED A LARGE, SHIPMENT Indoor. swimming'clram1inuships' which The maximum temperature yesterday in your pocket; you can find a butcher, or grocer, who will chaig-
Costs only $1.50> per month for pressing : Chicago.. .. .. .. .. ..4 4 500 OF CELEBRATED 'BUDD'S are, to beheld underits will I the you less than you now pay, but the cheaper-may( ) it not provt
Fr and sma'i' repairs. Cincinnati. ',. ? .....4 5 445Sft. SHOES AND SLIPPERS' FOR CHIL, be'contested'on April 25;'26'and 27 ate was 74 degrees at 3 p. m. and more expensive in the end? Sand always was less than sugar ana
Dyeing and Cleaning, of men's ana I Louis. ? ? .. ....2 3 400 DREN. '' th Xorth''Slde natatorium;; 543 Wells minimum 60 degrees at 2 am.. always will be. '
e'. .., women's Clothes a specialty. Brooklyn. .. .. .. ....1 7 125 street, :Chicago.. The,,6vents' will be In his summary of the weather yesterday Moral: When you take Insurance 'get it in the best-THE
s';; +x Give us a trial We will appreciate at 100, 220,X4: }0 And:8$0t;yards and one Observer Reed said: EQUI'VABLE.Insurance .
. Point and'Pith.
business Yesterday's Result. '
la your PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND' Boston 7, Phildelphia 3. "Lady, began the frayed! wayfareras also mile. will The' be hater:played polo/c.hampionshlp: and<<: in addition, "The pressure has fallen considerably Knowlcs Gen l at3

j BLOCKED. New York 8, Broklyn 2. he stopped at the cottage door "I there will be;: a number of in the lower Lake Region and Fire, Liles Bros P ens3cola
REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO, Pittsburg 6, Cincinnati 4. would like to have a glass of cold milk novelty on the north Pacific coast, and risen j

t Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. Chicago-St. Louis, no g&me. an' a wedge of pie." basket events.ball A relay race and a water over the southwest since Thursday = ..-=:0-_ ""'- _...-::", _....,.c
.H "Nothin doin' competition for high school i:
with yon, snappedthe I morning; a ridge of high pressure :
teams will be given. The tank is 100 __
American 0
League. but housewife.
slangy resolute stIll reaches across the country from

t Cleveland.. .. .Won... Lost Pc t. "An' why is! there qothln'. doia' with by 32 feet. II Idaho to the south Atlantic coast. l.'mWtWW 1.0.WMW.g...4................+.,
3
? 0 1000} me?' Showers have been well distributedover 4
Detroit.. .. ... ... .2 2 500 "Because Sa7. John Ward "Was the King. Texas and have extended north :
e New York. .. .. .3 3 500' ,Chicago News.you are doin'nothjn'. Umpire Maurice F. Danniby of Rochester I ward.into Kansas and Missouri. Light t Iron Works and Supply Co. :!

Philadelphia.. .? ?.r.,3 3 500, N. Y., has an idea,that Ted Sullivan rains have fallen in the lower lake
SOFT Chicago . .. ...2 ; in his i of *
2 500-. Interesting' tales of old region and portions of New England; FORGlS?? ?LEej'rfrS; MACHINERY AND BOILERS
.. .. ... I MILL
Washington .3 3 500 time ball players overlooks some of in other states the weather has remained AN STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
JiPMcf Boston... ... : REAIRS! A SPECIA1.TY.'
t* 2 4 333 the best of the old brigade. "I always fair. Temperatures at 7 a. Prompt attention given to all onler.EOPLE's ., :
St. Louis.. .. ... ,.. day or night. Agents for James
.o. 0 3 000 liked John Montgomery Ward," says I m. ranged from 66 degrees' on the Tex : Timber McKiy; & Co.'s celebrated Log and .
Dogs, also
chains
Maurice, "as the leading ball player as coast to 56 degrees over Lake Superior dente of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Resl' :
Yesterday's Result for inside play, and I think be had ,' while over Colorado, Utah and .N000.10 phone. 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. e
McfSHIRTS: Chicagq. Detroit 1. Charles Radbourne cheated for real Wyoming they were close to freeze' 100NIOONONNN/IOON Ne1o1oo11 IlwwI
Philadelphia 11.; New York 1. '
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work. I think Johnny Ward the king in'g. The showery condition over1'
Washington 10, Boston 1.
of all ball players of the high class. Texas is advancing eastward and
There, never his and showers may be expected over this <
was equal never
Dope Drippings. SHOE STORELeader
A city league in Pensacola would assist will be, not even Collins of Boston. Asa vicinity fresh tonight east winds or Saturday.will continue Lightto The

-pleasure for the citizens dur e manager, ball player, batsman, artis- along the west Florida coast.
ing the summer months. Get in line + M tic fielder pitcher, gentleman on and
P; There won't be a stiff shirt Insight boys and organize. It is easy. .off the diamond, I hail John Montgomery in Low Prices.

i :as soon as the sun comes Two games a week could be played. I Ward the king of them all, bar 32 West Government.
'. out good and hot Looks 'like the Bankers, Y. M. C. A., IJ J Ilone." "BE: SURE YOU
Clerks, and ,another team, say from
'' These are the days when a the High{ $:'chaol cQuld ,be organized. t
::s.r Man's Shirt is the all important Jack, fly tn) -canied) ,and roasted by Auto Team Race Is Proposed. ARE RIGHT, t OLOC S

;t: part of his make-up-both for Montgomery has won every game that ,c tIx The challenge of the Terre Haute A good 8'day-Parlor Clock.. . ,. ... . .. ... .. .$,.00
he '
; has Automobile club the
( d to
looks and comfort. .ptt.ch against the Sleepy Indianapolis A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.:

j4 ville his ,crew since 1903.( Here's" hoping ; f} club for a race from Terre Haute to Then Go Ahead" the ImmoMfel 1 8-day Mission ClocKS, J2.75 to. . . .. . .. .. .. ... .. .$5.00
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.' We've Everything that's good succesJ.wm continue Indianapolis[ each club having six entries Injunc"1 Repairing at reasonable prices.

'I? in Summer Shirts. Solid .colors Shreveport .must be .considered a ++ has been, accePted:. Each car tion of Davy Crocket, Which J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store.
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dangerous\ .factor in the Southern league :ii Is to carry five mCn."*'They will be Followed in This Case. ..
stripes figures, plain white Gifts '
race. has. a .hard hitting started timed oNON01NN1/111N
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(:+ etc. Daly Byrne King! and -
miles. The"race is
nty-three to be
Stickney. are.killing the ball, while :
We are showing the Masterpieces Bill EvAD8..HeBs and GrajSus are not the, first Sunday' Mari:weather permitting We have made most thorough and |

of the test Shirt makers far behind In Fisher Brietenstein Y and that night"'the defeated careful investigations in every respect I A
Gas
r: -makers with a reputation.See Little Willie} ,Beeker.Lee and Fritz dub is to provide a banquet" In 'Ins detail and when department. and we are'"RIGHT" ';I i Water Heater I
the pitching staff looks. good. The dianapolis. 4 we say that no better!
our great 50c< and $1.00 Pirates will make trouble for the '' 1 i'n ? beer is made in the United! States t tI I et
Rnfe Turner than "American Queen," 'brewed byi'
Birmingham twirlers. ; '
' lines. Every pattern a new Columbia in the 's me'' league: has Rufe Turner of Stockton knocked out the Acme Brewing Co.,.of Macon, Ga.f t i For the Home i
'L one and many of them are ex- actually,won two games In succession: Barney Mullin of Seattle' In, the. first We have investigated the materials,; .
elusive with. us. something:.the .team has .failed to do I ]half, of the opening round ,of, their they use, going; all through their store' : :
heretofore In two years. ManagerGranvill I 1 twenty round ,contest at' Stockton; rooms, where we found the best of imported :; -: Gives hot water instantaneously and is economical 'o. :
t : may.bring the crew out of .CaL. recently.With"a short right"swing hops in their original rolls,' : Twenty-five cubic ,feet of gas will heat twenty-five gal- .
S'rj h}4 the: rut'Peaehesand.. .. I I 1 he stood unpin oh his head,and It was bearing the government customs f Ions of water to the boiling point at a cost o snot quite :
Coyicht 1906 i If four cents-gas at J1.50
stamps. a thousand.
cream today when we of hour afterward before Let us install a e
a quarter an : .
win, coffee and doughnuts tomorrow, Mullin what As for malt we saw malt only, not! gas water" heater.; See those on display at our ofice .
H O. ANSON knew had happened. .
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if we lose,", says the ball' player. About The Latest\ ad I .. the stacks and stacks The of rice some:: : ..
right > breweries carry. malt was full l
i If Man'ger' Vaughn of,Birminghama I BENCH-HADE; CLOTHES Harry Forbeil: In kernel,' healthy and as clean as!! I i
Harry Forbes the:, ChicagBoy, Is
b CASH CLOTHIER could be. As to men the company:
not use Fred Moore ie should
the little fellow' Moore has release -j, Popular Prices, All, Styles. now',managermatclunak.er..a1d: boxIng employs only master workmen In : Pensacola Gas Company \
several good offers which t[ Instructor of the:,"Darioport (la.) their different departments, and the i: .
rhe can not
Corner Paiafoi and Ualn, : JO$ Golemansj Athletic club. He will also don the. equipment with which they are furnished -:
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to 748
accept due being tied up- with the: ; t Phone 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. f
rs Barons.Vaughn 1 mitts occasionally in six round'bouts, is one of the potent factors Inj i
i'. should be );eaero sj e 212 S. Palaf9*; SC ," ." :..- """ce:";.,i: making this the best deer in America.I'!";NIN.NOM,.....NN.NIN.oH11....N.N/N0111.b/11

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