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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 29, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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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VOL. IX NO. 103. :,; PENSACOLA. F1. O'RIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL, 29, 1.90 / PRICE CENTS f

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INDIAN APPROPRIATION NEEDS OF SAN FRANCISC(& FISHING\ SMACK SEIZURES i I




BILL PASSED BY :SENATE ARE STILL VERY GREAT ARE BEING INVESTIGATE I

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Spirited Debate on Question of DOIE ., I I i icoNVICTED't Recent Act of Mexican Government
[ RETURNS[ N Ni

Restrictions on. t Land of f FARMER KILLED Large Amount of Money is Now orDEFRAUDING FUR TROUBLE l [ Called to State Department's '


Five Tribes. t.WILLIAMS i FROM AMBUSH Available But Much More' I BANK


T 0 ZION \. S .' By Associated Press. Will Be Needed ON MAY DAY INFRAF Attention.


SPEAKS Jackson, Miss., April 28.-A report .... By"Associated Press. DR. DIAl EXPLAINSMexican
reached here today of the killing ''of Nashville, Aprilu .-Newton W.

Henry Neill in the northern.. part of 333 BODIES FOUND Hamilton and Thomas D. 'Lawson, of
CITY Rankin county. Tullahoma, Tenn., :were convicted in f N CE E EPublic s

Neill was a prosperous farmer. He the federal court this afternoon on an
Occupied ,Floor for Two Hours stepped from the piazza of his home indictment, charging them jointly with Vice-Consul looks for

and was riddled with buck shot by aiding Alan Parker in misappropriating -
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Bodies Buried in Public
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Talking on "Robber Tariff. i some one in ambush ten feet away. Squares funds of"the First National Bankof Speedy SettlementSENATOR

Much Heralded EntqfWas Without Before dying Neill claimed! to hate Have Been Removed. Tullahoma The minimum punish. Alarmed by Elaborate Preparations
recognized a neighbor named King ment is five years imprisonment.A .

UGENT DEFICIENCY ESTIMATES Pomp or Ceremony and Few by the flash of the gun. motion for a new trial .was enter of the Govern- MALLORY CONFERRED

ed.Parker
FORWARDED TO SECRETARY OF Turned Out to Greet Him. MANY ENGAGED, IN BURNED L1S- pleaded guilty to the charge ment forces WITH SECRETARY OF STATE
MINERS AWAIT some days a'go and is now awaiting
TREASURY FOR TRANSMISSIONTO TRICT CLEARING AWAY DEBRIS sentence. j ROOT AND LATTER' ORDERED

CONGRESS-REPORT ON NA. By Associated Press. BAER'S REPLY J PREPARATORY' TO ERECTION( j By Associated Press AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO

VAL APPROPRIATION BILL- Chicago, April 23.-"I am glad to be OF, TE'MPORARY'BUI'UDING8. ,: '\' KINGGEQROE ATC j Paris, April 8.-The government MEXICO TQ MAKE THOROUGHAND
I has for dealing
home again. completed preparations
Associated Press. .
By SUFFERING. HAS BEEN MiNIM.
ENLISTED MEN DIFFICULT TO With these words John Alexander ''I '"Wilkesbarre; Pa., April 28.-Presl- /',OLYMPIC' GAMES with the May day situation and IMPARTIAL INVETIGATIONThe

SECURE.By. .- Dowse, the deposed leader of the I dent Mitchell, of the Mine Workers, fZED, AMONG REFUGEES I IN is confident: that the, day will pass

Christian Catholic Church in America -I tonight gave out a statement in which without serious disorder. The public
he,said he had received and acknowledged THE CAMPS. seizure of the American fishing
this afternoon entered the portals -I .is not reassured by the elaborate
President Baer's answer to the By Associated Press. smacks by the Mexican governmentis

AsscciateJ Press senate of Shiloh' house, completing his mi ers' last demand. 'He said the Athens, Greece, April 28.-King concentration and is having great un stirring things up in fishing clr

Washington, April 28.;-The : much heralded entry into Zion City outcome of the controversy cannot be By Associated Press George and Princes George and N'ch-! easiness.: cles. .
today passed the Indian apropriation'bill until San Francisco; April 28.-The day Stadium The activity of the police in make
I Ia after ,an absence of several months, predicted the convention: is held. bias were were present in the
Several hours were devoted tal during which he,has been"deserted bya Mitchell has called a meeting of troke-1clear and, pleasant to-day after when the Olympic: games recommenced ing more searches and seizures has Owners of smacks in Pensacola
spirited debate on the question the scale committee at Scranton on I jcne of the most disagreeable nights today. The king singled out James Galveston and Mobile have taken the
removing the restrictions from allot-) large part of his followers and been Monday, when the operators' reply since the fire. The_suffering of'refugees | E. Sullivan, manager'of the American had the effect the of increasing people believing public | matter up with the United States government .
apprehension as
ed lands of the five tribes excepting, stripped of,all ecclesiastical authority.Mrs. will submitted. He would not say was minimized by the dist ibu' team and chatted socially for ten minutes -the efforts indicate officials.
i i extraordinary through Senator
those of full bloods. A point of order Dowie met him at the door of whether the correspondence with the eon of additional blankets last 'showing the keenest interest in I seriousness of the situation.

" was made against the provision and the Shiloh' house and gave,him hearty operators was at'an end.CRAPSEY'S I pght.! The street cara,are in operation the games. He expressed the highest the The nervous element is hastily Mallory, of Florida. It is understoodthat
sent' welcome. today and the confusion and regard for President Roosevelt and preparing for eventualities. Some the owners of the seized boats

ator DowIe's return to Zion City was congestion in the burned district is said he regretted he was not presentto ere leaving town and taking their have rights on the high seas which

pIon in preventing the removal of restrictions void of all pomp and Ceremony, onlya FATE less noticeabls than activity before.. in the enjoy the'Barnes In the finals for valuables while others are laying in they propose to protect.
Teller Long is much
There
but Messrs 'the the.long jump. Lawson Robertson of
to
at station .
few people being stores for an emergency.CHAIRMAN
others favoring the amendment turned district, many being engagedin It is stated that a Mobile captain is
and greet him and a' majority of these the American team won. In the
declared the Indians themselves wanted WITH THE JUDGESBy clearing away the rubbish, for temporary swimming race the Hungarians were I['of the opinion that the boats were

permission to seek a market for were_ Dowie women.occupied a special car on a business buildin g.gFurther. first and the Americans fourth. GREEN seized, because the boats were fishing .
their surplus lands. warnings were sent out not to open
regular Northwestern railroad'tr ln Associated Press. safes, for some time*yet. Some in alleged Mexican waters with.

WILLIAMS TALKS ON ,this afternoon from Chicago and was at- Batavia, N. Y., April .-The fate mall safes have been opened and CRUEL PARENTS WRITES MAYORThe out license.
THE ROBBER TARIFF accompanied by several personal of Rev. Algernon Crapsey, as a cler-I tie contents immediately' took fire. Dr. Diaz's StatementA

tendants._ I gyman of the Protestant Episcopal With few exceptions all tents Mobile paper states it is thought

Washington, April 28.-Mr.; Wil- I church rests with the judges. His hive been made tar waterproof by be- HELD FOR TRIALBy following correspondence has there that the seizure is due to a re-
laais, the minority leader of the trial on charges of heresy and viola iLg lined with building paper
SUMMARY which was distributed!: yesterday. gassed between L. Hilton Green, port made by the Mexican vice consul .
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house concluded today the speech be- tion of his ordination vows were ended of'Bond 'Trustees
chairman of the Board l
tent has been supplied with a
Every | from Pensacola that fish
being
igun yesterday, occupying the floor today. relative to the were
Bliss
and Mayor ,
Associated Press.;
for two hours. He was unable to finish THE WEAFHER !With final arguments of counsel for field cooking store. water pressure furnished by the ,. brought to this country from the
ecclesiastical court of I : Chicago, April 28. Oiarged! wTth .
the speech on account of a severe both sides the repre-senting Pensacola Water Company banks of Campeche.Dr.
attack ol neuralgia, contenting him- five members took the evidence under[ torturing their children with red hO'tirons Mr Green's Letter. Diaz the Mexican vice consulat

self with using the record for the rest .-.. consideration and. will render JL: verdict jthal I systematic distribution, of supplies in- Michael Janoszek, and his wife "Hon. Qias. H. Bliss, Mayor. City offPensacola. this point when seen in referenceto
d by
of his address on "The Robber Tariff." The maximum temperature yesterday to Bishop Walker, of the dioceseof : was'being one the-ariny He were today held to the criminal courtin .' the matter denied that he'had written -
waste.
Geveral other speeches were made was 76 degree at 1:20 p. m., and I western New York, before May 15.I good eafd tie order:Red and Cross without has an. abtuntfanca bonds, of ten thousand dollars each. "Dear Sir-My attention' has j'been his government concerning the

until three thirty, when the debate on the minimum 66 degrees at 5 a. m. i I I I of perishable food and future Neighbors testified to the brutality of called to a communication addressedby I question or that he had made a re
the agricultural bill was concluded.The Observer Reel:! in his summary of contributions: bad better be in the parents and the children, with\ you to the Pensacola Water Com- port. He stated that the only infor-

house then adjourned until: eleven the weather"'yesterday said I THE ROOSEVELTS noney.: Wbil a large amount of I bruised bodies, were brought into the pany, as published in The Journal ofyesterday's mation that he had given the Mexican

o'clock tomorrow morning, when "The depression in the interior of: money Is available, the needs of San, court. date, in consequence of government was when he was first appointed
eulogies will be delivered on John M. the country has moved northeast-, ON AN OUTING Francisco are very great, and he which I beg to,advise you that the to this post in 1898. Ho

Pinckney representative from Texas. ward and reached :western Iowa; a I would not sar a word to check the I victims of the recent earthquake and engineer of the city lately advised thought then that it was his duty,but
depression of considerable intensity if extreme water since then nothing regarding the matter ?-
that an
springs of charity in all parts of the 1 fire have been found by Coroner the Board
URGENT DEFICIENCY I occupies the southern !plateau region. By AssocWashington Press. country. Every dollar will1 be accounted Walsh and his assistants. Many of pressure, such as suggested and, as has been said by him.
REPORTED There have been appreciable showers directed by to the The vice consul states that he does
ESTIMATES April 28.-The presi for and 'will fee wisely spent. the dead have ,been identified. The I I understand, you
... I since 'Friday morning in the Pacific dent and Mrs. Roosevlt left here on coroner's data is fairly accurate 'Water Company is applied, the results not believe the question will becomean

. Washington, AprP! .-The secre- coast regions, the Missouri and the yacht Sylph late this afternoon I OVER' THREE HUNDRED though his work and reports are not will be disastrous to the general international matter, because of
tary of war today forwarded to the 1 upper Mississippi valleys, in Texas, for an outing on the Potomac. They BODIES ALREADY FOUND, yet complete. plumbing connection throughoutthe the friendliness of the United States
secretary of the treasury for trans-' Tennessee, Northern Georgia, and I gave no intimation of their departureor I IluIl'rJred All .bodies buried in the public city. and Mexico. He states that it is his

mission to congress, the urgent deficiency the Carolinas; elsewhere, the -weather destination except that they San Francisco, 'April 28.-Three squares during the fire have been removed Yours respectfully, desire to argument the ties of friend.

estimates of the appropriation! has been fair the, with lake the regions.highest would return by Monday: morning. I and thirty' three bodies,,I to the cemeteries of ths city. "L. HILTON GREEN, ship and not to cause strained rela
for $3,387,630. The amount is required -pressure over upper "Chairman"Mayor's tions.
within the fiscal year ending June I "Temperatures along the Atlantic u Reply. 30, next, for replacing the military coast at 7 a. m. ranged from 78 degrees April 28th 1906. that justice will be done to a-I
I at :Jijpitor to 44 degrees at -- Hon. L. Hilton Green, Chairmaj concerned in
buildings destroyed at San Francisco: ..- S 5 S : : the matter. He states
repairing' damage to caible connections -Portland, Me., and in the Mississippi ;)- --- ; d 'Board of Bond Trustees, City. that he will be ;lad to do anything In

at Angel Island and repair to, valley, from 72 degrees at New Orleans Dear Sir -I have before ma yoursof his power to help settle the question
the. general hospital at the Presidio.'I' to 48 degrees at St Paul; the ,, CRITlClSrv17oo 4/ even date in regard to the communication as the relations between the two gov-
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I, coolest at that hour was 26' ttegrees. \ addressed by me to the ernments are too close and sacred to
In Yellowstone Park. ''Pensacola Water Company, advisingme be strained by such small
REPORT ON THE NAVALAPPROPRIATION a thing, as
BILL! "The conditions give -promise of j jl(fERfNT 1 i of the results of putting on a the seizure of the smacks appears to
'partly cloudy weather for tonightand 111Dl ot+ i pressure of one hundred to one hun- be.
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,Sunday over this vicinity with pound's.;:
and fifty
CALL dred Mallory Interested.
Washington, April 28.-Chairmaa DOWNj 1 1Al
light to fresh, South winds becoming I am somewhat surprised at this Senator S1.. R. Mallory is looking alter .
I f naval, variable." I suggestion as it is a well known the Interests of the fishing ownersin
-- mechanical fact that the !Winger in
naval appropriation bill, which carries with the Washington. He took the questionup
bursting pipes increases with Secretary! Root and the latter
an appropriation bf $99,734,215.The MAN BADLY HURT size of the pips in other words the
immediately instructed the Amer.
report 'says that to build all
the it
smaller the pipe more pressure
ships authorized to the present time } d L Mill stand and the ordinary water lean Ambassador in'the City of Mexico .
AT MILLVILLE ;
to make a thorough Investigationof
would require about fifty-two and a pipes that' are used in plumbing a
half millions. The 'bill carries a bal- -5 building have a bursting pressure of the seizure and the cause. A wIre

ance for the completion of ships already hundreds of .pounds, sometimes received from Senator Mallory yesterday -
authorized of about nineteenand -==- concerning the question fol.
Special to The Journal reaching in the thousands. I have: lows
a half million. Millville April,28.-Mr,. Council, an g ,rr' not the data at hand at the present "''State:
There are vacancies in the navy offiftyfive' gentleman employed by the Ger RO moment, but the ordinary water pipe department is inquiring into

hundred men now, on ac- aged man-American Lumber Co., while at MORE / S / NOfREE of one-half inch or threefourthsinch as matter.I learn Will telegraph" you as soon

count of the prosperity or the times work in the mill got his arm caughtin C r\ & will stand several hundred It is believed anything.that
definite
making civil employment more profit- of the chains, breaking It in pounds pressure to the square inch something
able. The navy now has a personnel one and necessitating amputation .f and I repeat that I am surprised that will be known soon regardingthe
two places
cf thirty-four thousand ,five hundred.I betweenthe" elbowand shoulder p E.5 ji l@Bjif anyone should' advise that a pressureof seizures.
When the ships authorized have been I escape from deathas 9 one hundred to one hundred! and

completed, a personnel of 59,874 will He he had received a narrow other severe Injuries -:} / ) r ,@ fifty (pounds should be disastrous to VITAL-STATISTICS.
be required. The bill appropriated I 1. the plumbing.
shoulders. He '
head and f '
thirty-one thousand dollars increasefor about the home, where Surgeon I S v 'mMiB I can very readily see why a rusty Records of Marriages, Births and
carried li
recruiting on account of the difficulty -. was ,McDonald dressed his -I ]JPf< main of six inches might give way Deaths for Past Week.
of obtaining men. Booth and. S I f -z::. 'i: JYb ya! 1i under such pressure, but, as a practical -! Following is the records of matters
wounds.Mr. f
( : mechanic who has had of
years
sonIn, Georgia pertaining to vital statistics for the
Council has one
; S /C CUR'rAtlE"D experience, I cannot see why the week ending April 28
who was telegraphed for and is expected : :
BAARS PROPERTYCHANGED .5 plumbing in a building should give
here at time. Marriages..
to arrive ,any unless it is worn out and needs
way
The injured man is resting well and replacing; If such is the case the Whites-Edward H. Todd and LolaE.

HANDS it is hoped that with careful treatmenthe 'plumbing should be replaced. Nunez, James A. Wright and May
will recover.UNDERSTOOD. I / 'af I There may be some devices used: Aline Anson, Frank E. Langley and

I' in the city connected directly with Stella L. Gonzalez, Wiley J. McDavidand

J, F. C. BRENT HAS PURCHASED BASTERRECHEA the water works not .calculated .ta' Maud Duncan, T. G. Sanders and
SAILED FOR: LIVERPOOLIn stand such pressure, but if there is'' Mattie Ard, Charles P. Bobe and Ida

MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY I do not know it. I da not .s .e why:; Calvin, John Marion Rich and Ella:
j, police circles; it is understoodthat the whole city should be Jeopard'zei; : A. Weekley.

ON LARUA STREET. Pantaleon Basterrecha who killed by such devices, if any such devices;! Colored-D. K. Jones and Jessie
J. Bastisda Sagasti e 'steward on really exist. j!Hudson Simmons Ban Spencer and
The magnificent and handsome. the iSJaaiidsh steamship Ylvina: Friday Perhaps I am wrong in this matter Bertha Lovena Adams William Walker -
.
Lome of Henry Baars has been purchased sailed on board-the ,sane vessel 'r t. and if I am, I shall be delight-I I and Viola Foster!? J. W. S. Walker
I by P C. Brent together with for Liverpool and 'Barcelona. Basterrechea ; ed to have you enlighten me on the' and Gertrude E. Mason.
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all the it will -be remembered was : i ; J
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property in block No. ex-, Births.
' epfO small ,portions owned by subjectYours very respectfully, i
cur-aver'
Whites-To Arthur O'Neal and
other 'parties. The property faces on! : CHAS. H. BLISS. wife
kaRua boy; to J. C. Edwards and wife, boy;
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'street, {between SBaylen and fatal difficulty. ,j Mayor.
opring, solid i t to J.A.Daw and wife,girl; to William
extending practically a -
block DR. J. HARRIS PIERPONT j / CRUISER COLUMBIA IS Sharit and wife, boy; to G. H. Hayes
Mr. REPUBLIC CONSUL! and wife, boy; to F. B. Radcliff and
Brent, it is understood will ARGENTINE EXPECTED TO ARRIVE TODAY
have the structure repaired and : .. t wife, boy; to E. B. Gagnet and wife,

make the placa his home. The deal I (Collector of Customs Stillman yesterday The United States Cruiser Columbia -boy.
wr the transfer of the property was, received notification, from the at New Orleans during the Con Deaths.
wgotiatea! by .the MeDavid-Hyeri; Treasury Department of the appointment federate reunion is expected to l'j \\'hites-)1. J. Hickey, 34 years;
Company, the well known real estate -l of Dr U. Harris, Pierpoint ,as THE DISGRUNTLED ONE-THERE.. ,13 GLOOM IN"MY HEART AND, IRON. IN, MY SOUL. WHAT'STHE reach Pensacola, Navy Yard to-day.![Juan Bastisa Sagasti, 35 years; Joseph

firm. The consideration was vice-consul of the :Argentine Repub- UNGRATEFUL COUNTRY W'lIml..T.HEY'' R. OX ONE Coal will be taken. The cruiser it is i Pfelffer: 1 year, 15 days, William Collins
tot made public though it is understood I'.ic:I It is understod that Dr: Pier USE OF TRYING TO LEGISLATE FOR AN .. understood left New Orleans Satur I 15 years; Charles Clark, 50 years.
to be in : enter upon his duties at 'S"' Colored-iiary Black 32
the neighborhood of pont will LIKE THIS f i J days ; 1"" /
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f THE BIG STORE ; Remnant Sale Monday IA I THE BIG STORE !




,Sale That Will Attract 50 Dozen
- a EXTRA-SPECIAL BARGAINS
Immense Attention.Think .

A. Slightly Soiled Table Napkins '
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of it.! Over 3,000 Choice Remnants-Short Ends left over

FOR MONDAY'S'! QUICK SELLING. from many months of fast selling measuring from' one to fifteen yards.

Each one is a money saver. In marking them we have; not even consideredcost Both Plain and Floral Designs.

price. They are choice Remnants, just the kind that yon want, and are

bound to go out 'with mighty: rush. They consist* of Persian Lawns, Nothing to Mar Their Beauty Except Being

f Linen Lawns, India Linions, Organdies, English Nainsook, Check Nain- Slightly dolled.ATCOSTPRICEU.

50 of Lace Curtains, measuring full sook, English Cheviots, Black Taffeta Silk, China Silk, and Colored Silks of
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i r r long exact of $3 and $5 all kinds, Black Dress Goods, Colored Dress Goods, Tricot Flannels, White -
I'Curtains copies
Flannels, Autry Flannels, ,Flannelettes, Canton Flannels, Dress Ginghams,

Special, 98c. Table Damask, Bleach'.Cotton, Unbleached Cotton, Lonsdale' Cotton, Fitch-

vile Cotton Fruit/of'the/Loom Cotton, Calicoes, Draperies of all kinds,
I Kid Gloves
Bleached and Unblcached Sheeting, Dress Lining of every description. 25 Dozen

Laces and Embroideries, Colored Lawns, both plain and fancy, and many

J' 100 Lace Bed Sets complete, ready for use, others. Follow the crowd to the.Big;Remnant Sate MONDAY. Remember i Broken Sizes.

Special $1.00 each. we are ,not even going to consider cost price SALE BEGINS AT 8:30..
Many Colors to Select From. The $1 kind,


3'k' FURNISHING. DEPARTMENT.GENTS' SPECIAL, 59c.

New Arrivals-The famous Duchess Low Cut Shoes for women from

1g 1,000 Curtain Poles, Cherry: and Oak, $3'UP, A cheaper line of Ladies'...Oxfords from'$1 up. Also many new

: complete with fixtures and ready for use ideas in Fine Footwear for Men. Remember, there is style and good MILLINERY READY.TO.WEARSKIRTS

in and Packard's shoes for from $3
8c each. wearing qualities Dunlap's men up.
Special, Children's Wash Suits from $1 to $2.50, the most complete assortment .

ever shown in the city. Also a complete. line of Boys' Wash DEPARTMENT.Be .

Pants from 25c up.
Correct Headwear for Men-We have just received the biggest Sure and Visit the White Linen Skirts, S3 up.

100 Lace Pillow Shams, full size, exact and best selected line of Men's Straw Hats ever shown in this city. Blue, Black and White Mohair

copies of 100 patterns, Special 12c They comprise all of the very latest styles from 75c up. Many new Millinery Departmentbefore Skirts, 55.50
ideas in Panamas at $5, $7.50, $12.50 and $15. Also complete line of up.

each. Straw Hats for the little gents from: 25c up. you leave the store. Queen's Gray Skirts at $6.


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' ; ;i roted the ;splendid bluffs which line I
WAVE OF PROSPERITY 1 Perdido Bay will understand ;what a
wealth of rich scenic location there
Ko akors!
abounds. It is confidently announcedthat

It ,IN STATE OP' BALDWIN' from a Marlow trolley.across line will the shortly county extend to .WATCH OUR AD.SOMETHING' .
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'Perdido Bay and across that water
_, by a bridge at, or near Millview andS
s' said Mr. Packard, when asked whatis .We, Develop and reach IPensacola. What that DOING IE. VERY
.
1 Editor r Packard, of North and new in the 'IState of Baldwin." means to 'this city needs no. -
: II[ am constantly asked in the Finish most of graphic pen to announce. It is fur
x 1 South Enthusiastic Regarding :.North wherein the South is growing ther stated that the 'Brent 'Ditch is
and to name day and date. Obvi- the to toe t'eepened' 'and widened whet
amateur pictures C::-
Its Prospects ously in a territory reaching from the water craft may.,approach your docks DA Y IN THE WEEK.
xt A R Rr Ohio River to the Gulf, and from in P }laden with the fruit and produce of
New Orleans to ''Jacksonville whithermy ens Baldwin: or with those who find
r t ipatient journeys extend one finds along the shores of Perdido, or the
EVERYWHERE. ARE"RICH FIELDS much growth and fevelopment. But cola.There's. bays and streams of lower Baldwin .'
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to specifically note individual cases, delightful habitations and the
!THRIVING ORCHARD AND NEW very cream of pleasant living. JUST RECEIVED:
A in concrete form is not so easy. I
AND HANDSOME HOMES- am engaged in gathering data and a Reason Actvjty Humming.But .
} : there is so much of activity
illustrations for the current issue of
kr TROLLEY LINE: CONNECTING my paper which will cover the section humming over in Baldwin that an
from the west shores' of Bald- Get Our Prices!tI entire issue of The Journal would be Bolero Jackets, In Lacey Effects that launder perfectly,
; 'k WITH PENSACOLA. MAY BE win county to RiVtIction.{ In required to hint at its magnitude.And .
4 I I,8UIL.T this work 1 have Just been, over the practically, all this has come $3, $3.50, $4, $5 and $6 each.
. : f SOON. major portion Baldwin, along the I I bout since this young century watorn. ,-.
line of the Bay Minette & Ft. Morgan KAUFFMANN I We hope to present an rater
road and down to Wicke's Bay csting epitome these attractions incur 1,000 pieces Fancy Hemstitched, snd Drawn Linen
+n .Everything in the "State of Bald and Marlow. As I covered this paper, both in written ana:!! pic
!\rtn" and surrounding country is enjoying county, by wagon when ''I first visited >flared; presentations, and as scores Scars' and Squares, 10c to $5 each.
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a wave of prosperity. New this region in 1900 a fairly compre- Romana and Palafox. of thousands of copies go out to interested
comers are settling in the country hemsive perspective is thus supplied. Northern readers, to thus
which promises so much to fruit and *> Prosperity Abounds. serve humbly in the development of 25 dozen Wash Belts, White Linen and Madras, with
truck'farmers and others. "I assume your readers are all Baldwin."
;C. C. Packard publisher of North familiar with the generouS development county Beginning discloses with the much great of Hand interest.El- Fancy Pearl Buckles, 25 to 50c each.
=j and South, who is in the city com- which ts occurring in the MEMBERS OF PROGRESS! CLUB
teita peach orchard at Bay dinette
i i Idling\ a West Florida Edition of his southern part of Bak/'win and along ANiD ALPHA LODGE ARE CORDIALLY -
paper, when seen yestercSay spoke it 'Western coast line. Still, an in-I where full bearing there, are and 30,000 continuing trees now down in INVITED TO ATTEND 1OOO yards Shirting Madras, double fold, yard wide,
:41 Interestingly and with enthusiasm timate, journey through the 60 or 70 I I SMOKER TO BE GIVEN AT PROGRESS -
the rapidly growing settlements
k'w regarding the prospects for success milers. which extend from the count -i through of Locksley,. Robertsdale, Silver CLUB TUESDAY, MAY FIRST good range of colors, per yard, 12 1-2c. '
im and prosperity in the section. ) seat down to the the moss-fringed, Hill, Svea, Summertown and
"One needs perspective to secur. shores of the beautiful bays at the Dance ad Picnic.
'ii Accurate judgement of conditions,"I extreme southern end of that great 'Foley, there where are the everywhere road now signs terminates of- The picnic and dance at Electric White Mercerized Table Damask, worth double the price,

f : = rich fields, and thrifty orchardsane Park Tuesday by the Rathbone Sisters "
new and handsome homes., Into this Pensacola Temple, No. 14, will ,per yard, 23c.
lie a great event There will be lots
section hundreds of northern settlers
of fun for all. Peanut hunt, baby
: Humors have come and are coming and
Spring I good roads new and commodtossschool show dancing, bas ball and refresh Are you going to enjoy surf bathing this summer? We
I* houses peach and plum orchards ments. Admission is 25c; children
and wide fields of melons, cucumbers from 4 to 12 lOc. Beginning at 2 have the Caps, the Shoes, the Suits, the Hose.--everything
\m Impure or effete matters accumulatedin Irish potatoes and sweep? o'clock. there will be a car every half .
\ the blood during the winter cause in the of the clinging Scuppernong and hour. that is required to make surf bathing pleasant.
r other grapeij abound: I
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m' i spring such disfiguring and painful troubles ? "\\ big Chicago commission house]I I MONDAY WE WILL SELL

; is boils, pimples and other eruptions, also has launched some' $20,000 or $30-;;,: 66-INrH WHITE' TABLE CLOTH AT Keep your eye on our 5 and lOc Embroidery Countersthis
ceo into this immediate region, shai-j 1;,20c.: YAR'D.NO: I ONE OVER 5
Y weakness, loss of appetite, that tired feeling. ing with ths growers in the crops. YARDS week. They will be Interesting.
The Chicago house supplies seed and I I F. E. BRAWNER'S
tt, ; The best medicine to take, ,is Hood'sSarsaparilla : fertilizer this year for Rocky FCrd Department Store.

which thoroughly cleanses the ,n.elons and cucumbers, war beans, I '
etc,, etc., The tha
growers supply
;f, blood,and effects permanent cures by giving fl { t". land and !labor. The Chicago people
.P healthy functional activity to the stomach r;,;: have an expert grower and shipper The 1906 Made! Dorothy Dodd, the Shoe that delights the woman'seye
;\ on the grouna' who personally aids in
skin.BPXCUL. .
bowels and '
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liver kidneys
4 -:' bringing the to maturity and in Some
oar crop received. of this season's
f"1 wishes .1' RemingtonSholes just and swellest
a.e, prefer medicine-To'meet ia toulet[the formPPa of art thou now who put-- ,gathering and packing The Louis- newest
; tint up Hood' Strupariiu ia ehoeolate-roeted Miss Minnie Lynch.: High?,-.Worcester rtlle and 'Nashville' road has rn an' ei-
,:t tablets ai well u Urn usual liQoid form. Byre- U styles in Pumps Gibson Ties and the creased
-IVTiMi health failedskin IferieEced '
dbdnz Hood's Sansparilla to I solid n 'ac&.w. f1**s. says my mem'beriof its 'traffic de- swagger
1 t-- h...{&retained in the tablets the eontiT prop- became pimply, eyes pained., bead ached. ifertment ipermantly located there ,
.4 :&!; ert.iea of Sold..err b1 medicinal druniata*or Bent &mail MO stomach seemed sore "d 'every thl** I ate whose duty it b to attend to all details with its new billing attachmentsand crimp, extension sole blucher cut, ribbon tie the handsomest
I dwes ODI dollar. C.I'hood Co., Lowell.Mass felt like lead.Hood Sarsaparilla cured me.* connected with supplying cars instantly ,
interchangeable carriages I
'i and getting the perfect crop to the tabulator and two-color walking shoe shown this 'season.The .
Is l I tig, markets of the North. This falla ribbon movement, is the most com
+= CLcC S large, acreage of strawberries wi'l plete combined
''- 1 JL good 8'day'Parlor Clock. .. ...... ..... ..... ... ... ... ..-....$5.00 be.'putout,under ''similar conditionsand andCorrespondence Alden Shoe, for Boys and Little Gents, the shoe
A good 8-day Parlor Clock with alarm. $3.00 ample returns'' are confidently Billing

t' e I-day Mission Clocks $:t"5 to........ ..... ... ...- .tI. ... ... .. .$5.00 anticipated combination for of the grower farmers, shipper By, sellti this. that will save mothers money and trouble. Full line now on _
V' at reasonable prices.
Repairing
J. F. 04 VIS, JEWELER, at 1:0&'. Book Store two and or three transportation acres; attends, the owner to his of machine manufactured. Designed'as our shelves. both low and high cut. !

k.d, home duties serene'in the knowledge it was for fast service,built for
that his boxes, barrels and crates a? hard use, recommended by experts --- -
tPs well as the needed refrigerator cars, and guaranteed against wear,it is 1
f are supplied by his conferes, while offered as the idealTypewriter '
GET OUR PRICES ON LUMBERand his small crop-worthless except
Ahrough fWoperation-becomes part WATSON PARKER 6 REESE CO. !
i.frt' Builders' Material and parcel! of the great system of ,
a ,e If you intend bulldltfg a new house, or make an addition or repairs transportation of the* railroad named, for producing the most good work in ,
] t. to an old one you should by all. means get our prices- while the markets of the North are the shortest time with the least effort. Successors to Green & Watson.
they will mean a positive saving to you.We furnish rough searched daily by wire for where his Write today for full description. t
and dressed lumber In'any quantities turned work, scrollwork trfl-wion vegetables may, gain the Local Agents wanted for 33 35 SOUTH
and PALAFOX
window and door frames, .window and door shutters, highest price It is' quite as thougb unoccupied territory. 1 STREET.
t t. paints and all builders hardware. Also brick, lime, hair and the small grower ,under ,Southern THE ARITHMOCRAPH
cement, fkies owned the railroad entire and CO.'
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Majestic Bldg.,
ChicagoJACKSONVILLE
had his own well equipped sales
: Saunders Mill Company house in the North. --
i j A Troltey-Llne.. CAN ;YOU VOTE IN THE PRIMARY -| CANNOT VOTE FOR THE TO QUALIFY. ONLY 900 VOTERS
,Phone 717 21 East Garden Sin,_. "Whoever has skirted the east FLA. I ? ARE YOUR POLL TAXES, DATE OF YOUR CHOICE.CANDI'I ARE QUALIFIED IN THE COUNTY.
#e -
) shores of the county named, anN 204 West Bay Street, PAID FOR 1905T IF NOT, YOU I I THE 4 IS THE LAST DAY

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Twenty-Tfiree is Subscribed Hundred for,Hume-Dollars : An this Week at THE BUSY STORE:11!

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Like most everythingelse Pensacola will, when the records of ." f
in the world-it depends -- the 'donators and:subscribers to the l
how San Francisco and California Jund are ,.\ & !$dkJU "J
on yourself made public will occupy a .prominent .
impress others.A plats among the leading cities which 'L '. t

you man who stands have population subscribed considered.liberally, size and ;;'?: i .... IB-mbrofldery< and Lace Salle n E E.r I

make $15.00
well can a The subscriptions last''' night bar .
better than reached the' magnificent sum of
suit look a 2378.50 which does not represent : ,." : '3'1 :" f W tztn n qrtt'J t

$40.00 suit on a slouchyman. the total of Pensacola's donation by '".,';, :l
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any means. The railroad men havea t '
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subscription list, so have the Elks, : r !
Come see our assort- ,
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Eagles and other organizations: .1 !
ment of $15.00 all wool Additional subscriptions will undoubtedly
suits. they will surpriseyou. come in by, 'Monday night Positively the Largest Collection of Embroideries and Laces ever 1
and the sum may reach $3,000 beforePensacola <

needy'and is through destitute.' subscribing forth shown under. one roof in Pensacola and representing two mammoth i

The funds :so far- ubscribed' are: f

T.Previously Jennings.acknowledged... ,. ....... ....$2,258.00 25.00, clean-up purchases from the largest two Embroidery I

.I J. R. Saunders..... .. .. .... 25.00H. t
THIESE1i H. Boyer.. '.. .. .. .. ... 25.00A. and Lace houses of New York and St. Gall Switzerland. r
M. McMillan ..T ,- .. .. 5.00W. '
0. Owens .. .. .. ..... 25.00 i i40,000Y
H. G. DeSilva'& Co., .... .. 15.00 : arde bought at a clean-up price of SOc on the
-<: "Cash. .... .. .. .. .. .... .50 i
COTTRELL,

FINE Pensacola PHOTOGRAPHS., Fla., Total. ..,. ..-.. .c.. .'...-. ..$2,378.50 .. dollar to .go in this Great Sale at Sacrifice Prices..... I

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DEATHS and FUNERALS. ;:
DIAMONDSSomething '- k -

Neat and New In Thein -' i I
'218 S. Palafox SI Mrs. A. E. Kelly.;
W, A. Gahlenbeck, Mrs. A. E. Kelly died at her home in : Don't Miss this Grand I
Mrytle Grove Friday evening at 6 =:=:= Bargain Opportunityt =:=;,= I

TURTON & BELL. o'clock. The, funeral will take place I t
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Inter-: 4 I F

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. ment at Myrtle Grove cemetery. She I
leaves husband one child. I
a and
EmbroideriesLot Special Sale of Ready-io- Mammoth Silk Sale I I
R. K. WHITE, James A.McDonald.. I

Watchmaker.Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate All that is mortal of the late CaptaIn 1, 8000 yards of Fine Hamburg Wear Waists Suits. 12000 yards of New Silks, bought ;

Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola Fla. James A. McDonald will be laid t: '. ,,' Embroidery and: 1i1) ,ulC-! Skirts, in, the semi annual clearance sale of < < :
fwi ralwhich '. 17inches ,wide and one of the leading Silk, Mills, for less "' ': t
fb.rest this afternoon. The :: ings.-9 to We will offer the most tempting .
will occur,:under the auspicesof ... '..' ', .1' -. very:fine, 'Swiss Edges and, In- bargains a1rthisweelr in' our Ready- than they actually cost to manufac t
Tersely Told the. Masons, of which fraternity -; sertings, worth from 19c to 25c to-Wear Department. Several of our ture. ,
the deceased was'a distinguished. ',. r ;. ..,.'."..,'.' : per' yard,' your choice: for. 10c most popular lines will be marked These are all on sale now at the following '':, !
member will take place,this afternoon -. e N." -o' .Lot 2. 5000 yards extra fine Embroideries prices: f
for sale make
N. A. Marion, of Warrington, ,has at 3:30: o'clock. ". in bands, edges.and down this. special to Lot 1. 18 pieces fancy shot Louis- f
quI k
selling.White f
returned from New Orleans. '. ine Silks neat dark dress styles
wide Flouncin'gs, all fresh.:and Lawn Waists from 43c to
H. M. )Melone Jr., insurance adjuster Juan Sagasti. mirw 'and.-north 29c to 39eV per : worth: 59c per yard, special for t
$12.90 each and all made in the
this sale . . .. .. ..
from Atlanta, is in the city. -The 'body cf Juan Bastisda Sagasti, yardto; go in this great sale very latest styles. See the bar : 32c f

Commissioner J. A. Wigginswas the steward of the Spanish Steamship at?. .. .. . .. ." . gain lots in white Waists at Lot 2. Twenty pieces All-Silk I
County a visitor to the New Orleans ,re- Vivina,who was killed Friday was interred ,. ; "c." Lot 3. 12000 yards best St. Gall 98c, $1.39, $1.95 and. ... .. $5.90 Louisines and and Taffetas, in I
union! last weeek. '_: yesterday 'moping. St. Mich.ael's 'A m t / -. Embroideries, newest designs:! Washable Duck Skirts in white new nobby styles, hair linespir I
', and Shepard Checks and
cemetery. : I ; : actually worth 40c and 50c per and colors, $1.50 value, special
Oliver White, formerly of Pensa yard: by this great clean :sj aep Monday.. .' .. . .98c plaids; these cannot be bought i
cola but now of Pine Barren,was in MEAT. MARKET. OAMAGED' ..., purchase, we can make. ';':. the $3.00 Linen Skirts, white and colored elsewhere for less than 75c our s .. I
the city yesterday. ', -; : ?; > BY FIRE 'LA'ST'.NfGHT.. ,'f Price i .. .. .. .. ,,_ .,$",., .230 to go for. <. .. .$1.95 bargain price .. . .47/C !
nVm. F. C. Fellers, a' prominent insurance : -T- ,.. '*'>--L.- -* .' '- V* Lat.,4., j;6000 yards of,the;! choicest! ,,' Bargains in White Linen Skirts, Lot 3.colors 16 pieces 24 inch Jap Silks : }a. ; \ I
man of Jacksonville, is in the (Fire last night; about 11:40 o'clock ,hand made St. Gall Embroidery handsomely made, at $2.95 to 59.75 all worth 59c per yard, !
now only. . . . 340
meat market of The cream of thisvSeasonVpatterns .
the
city; for a few da 's. badly damaged Blue :Mohair Skirts worth $4.00 for Lot 4.
Morgan Brothers, corner Hayne and c actually worth 75c to. 90c . .. . . : . .$2.90 12 pieces Faille Brilliant
Prof. T. 'F. Ethers, band master a t Jackson streets. The firemen responded per yard; you can take jour Silks in all leading colors, 75c
Blue Black
Sicilian
the navy yard, has gone to New Orleans to the alarm quickly and by good t choice for.. to .. to to .? ? ..49c19c ly or made, worth $5 Skirts going, n'ce-now value to go at. .. .. .. ..43c I.
Lot 5. 14
on a ten days'racation. work succeeded in subduing' the for. . .. . .. .. .$3.49 Silks pieces in Fine WashableJap
Hair
dainty
Gus A. Soderlind who has been Ul flames. ?5.00 Crash Panama Skirts in blue Stripes .
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and Checks, white
for' the past weck was ,able l to b e:. MONDAY WE WILL SELL i Laces gray or black, special for this grounds worth or colored I

about, 'for the first time yesterday. SHORT LENGTHS OF 'FITCHVILLEBLEACHE'D .,' } sale. . .. .. ... .. .$3.90 special . .75c. per. ..jord. .43, /
DOMESTIC, 10 TO 21 .
Holt t 2000'jards of 5c and 7c Torchon Gray Crash Skirts, $7.50 value, 40c .
Hon. Pleasant A. a prominen : White Wash Jap Silks to
Jacksonville politician, was in the c'.tj: YARD NO ONE LENGTHS OVER TWO, AT PIECE'S.F. 6c. 'YARD. Laces and Inserting to sp in' special. . . . .. .$4.90 . . .. .,. .goat .20c _I
Ink ,night en route home from the reunion E. BRAWNER'S this sale for. . .: .3c Gray or Black Circular Panama One lot of finest $1.25 and J1.3D
at New Orleans.Mr. .- Special Sale of Val and Round Skirts, nicely made,'"'button trim- Fancy Illuminated Taffeta and I
Store. .
Department ed, special. . . .$6.49
Thread Laces in 12 yard piecesat Liberty Silks
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choice<< styles,
and Mrs. Dennis Kelley, o f I
25c, 39c, 49c and 75c per piece Blue or Queens Gray Panama special for this sale:. .. .... .65c
Louisville Ky., are visiting Mr. and I Freak of Lightning. This Skirts, strapped and Plaited
is a great chance at
Mrs,'George F, Kelly, 1020 East Gads- Detective Delahay of the southern to save Circular style, $10 value special ,
least one third on lace purchases
your
den. Rhodesia constabulary was struck by ... .. . .. .'. . .$8.90
'M m'bers of Progress Club and I lightning In a recent storm. He was Black Chiffon Panama Skirts Grand Clean '
'Alpha Lodge are cordially invited to I hurled to the ground insensible and trimmed in folds and plaiting'
in White
attend Smoker to be given a t jrhen he had recovered consciousnessmade Specials Goods $15 value for. . .$11.90
Progress Club, Tues day May first. his way home in a dazed condition $5.00 Printed Lawn and Batiste Sweep Saleof A
:..... all the damage that he noticed 60 pieces in sheer and Fine;Persian Suits, for .. .. .. ... . .$2.90
"Be,busy about some rational thing
Lawns, 23c value, specialfor
JQ, that satin may always find the: being a burned mark on his trousers. Monday. .. : .. 15c $5.00 Blue Linen Finish Cambrey allWash ,
upled.-St.. Jerome. To read wan t Next morning he was unable to attend lOc:White India Linon, extra good Suits, special.. . . .$2.90

adS:: Is a rational thing to do-and a' to his duties and felt generally special bargain at. . . 5c $5.00 Mercerized !Foulard Suits,
thrifty.. unwell. A colleague then discovered 19c .White India Linon Sheer-and pin dots on black, blue and ooclsRemnants

/J, >:. that the two outer fingers of,the offi Fine Combed Yarn, specal: bargain brown, to go at. ? .$2.90

There's only one way you'll eve cer's right hand were fleshless, the . . -. ... .. .12c $4.50 Wh'te: Lawn Suits blind Em-
know Just how delicious Blue Rib-, bones having been burned hare.-South h 8c White Checked Nainsook, to goat broidery and Henmstitched bands .

ton;'Lemon and Vanila Extracts really Aft- : ... . . . .. ...5c new style, special for. . .$3.49 '
,'are Get a bottle and give you r 23e White Dotted tSwiss. very $7.50 Sheer and Fine White Lawn Our entire accumulation :- : .

desserts th*_flavor you cannot forget sheer and fine, special . .15c Suits, Circular Flounce, trIm- -. '
the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." of Wash Goods
NO MORE DRUG USERS. med with tucks and lace insert- .
l ings, has separable sleeves, a Remnants to be
A SURE CURE HAS BEEN DISCOVERED ALL OUR FINER WHITE GOODS; TO
stylish! Suit: and a bargain at $5.39 .
THE UNION MUTUAL AID WHICH ONLY COSTS$2.00 GO AT SPECIAL BARGAIN closed out regardless
PER BOTTLE. PRICES. $15.00 White Chiffon Batiste, new

ASSOCIATION A BENEFACTORHundreds A Wonderful Importation Which Overcomes Circular Embroidery Skirt and, tucked lace insretion eyelet, of cost


If it is of beneficial'people are to the dally policyholder asking for All Narcotic Necessity Drugs.or Desire Don't Hiss fhe Big Bargain very. stylish. .. .,. special.. .. for. .Monday .$10.90 Be on hand for the big '
St Louis: Mo./;-The vast army
to carry insurance with aSIQK of drug users who, make annual, pilgrimages Sale of New Embroideriesand ALL OUR SILK SUITS AT SPECIAL EMBROIDERY
and FUNERAL benefit assoc'a.tion. to institutea.,or sanatorium x SALE .
(commonly called street I PRICES.
society) to escape the distressing effect of Laces. and LACE
My husband, John Stringer, carried a narcotic drugs will be delighted to
policy with the UNION MUTUAL
latest importation and
: fearn of the
AID 'ASSOCrnON, known as "THEMOBILE. I discovery h in- medical research. This
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during the last four yearsa wonderful discovery is the product of
d'twenty-one days paying fifty cent
the Egyptians, and this drug or antidote -
per week. He paid to the company
which is taken hypodermically
during the four and .
years. twentyonedays
or, internally in ten or twenty drop I
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$105.50.( l
During the
same period doses four to eight times a day is called
he recovered from the company,
:Morphla- for sickness and accidents '$264.00: ,
drug addictions is marvelous, as it
and today, the date of his death, t
the
will not only'cure drug habit, but
tare received from the company as is very efficacious in relieving' the

DEATH same policy BENEFIT that he$110.00 received under the the$2UOO drug conditions habitue asthmatic and stomach and troubles catarrhal -,, :i L___ .." ', :__c : '< _':, : .. '_ ': ,-_= ,::',-_ : ,:_ -- :,.. iii" : ,:' ',, ,,; ( s 'jjJfJtl 11

for sickness and accidents. also in relieving pain and producing .
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it is shown that my; hubsand refreshing sleep., It can be used in ship chandlery, and rations,-showing :' ,
oulr paid to the company $105.50 and combination with opiates of any kind, DEWEY DAY PROCLAMATION i independence. CANNOT VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE Legal advertisements conditions as to coal, articles of ship
received from the company $374.00,or and in this way the habitue is enabledto ISSUED BY MAYOR BLISS Therefore, I, Chas. H. Bliss,. mayor OF YOUR CHOICE. MAY chandlery, and component parts of ra .{: I
$-o8.50 more than he paid to the com '- of Pensacola, by the authority andpower THE 4 IS THE LAST DAY FOR YOU tions with specifications, may be had
pany. Therefore. I heartily recommend from cut 50 his to daily 75 per dosage' cent of and drug effect down a Mayor Bliss issued the following in me vested, do set apart the TO QUALIFY. ONLY 900 VOTERS Legal . ... . 7890$.... .I upon application to this Office; proposals .'I
THE UNION MUTUAL: AID perfect cure without pa'n or inconvenience f fexroc3ama1Son! designating Tuesday first day of May to be celebrated ARE QUALIFIED IN THE COUNTY. ,Custom House Pensacola. Fla.. Col- must be submitted on these .
ASSOCIATION to all. even those who no matter whether he is May 1, Dewey Day,"a half holiday ia with joy thanksgiving, and I request lector's Office, April 27, 1906. SUP- forms. Separate bids will also 'be received -
are in doubt as to the benefits"to bswived. taking a., grain or 100 grains. An absolute the city of iPle( lsacola. '. all stores and places of business TOO LATE' FOR CLASSIFICATION.LOST.! PLIES FOR REVENUE'VESSELSSealed at the same time and place for t
You will find all of their free trial treatment, of this wonderful Whereat?,' On,, the first day of May to close after one o'clock.. p. m. proposals for supplying ship lubricating and illuminating oils. The J
agents courteous and polite and in specfic' for'drug' habits of all 1898,' Rear Admiral Dewey with the',to permit general holiday and the chandlery, rations, and :coal to vessels right is reserved to reject any or all 'I f
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I every instance Ufa ted Naval'vessels under observance of appropriate commemo- of the Revenue-Cutter Service, regu- !
justice will be. given kinds can be obtained from (States : bds and to waive defects if it Is deem.
you. If you will -give them 'a trial, his command, entered Manila Bay.ration. larly stationed, or temporarily, at Pen- ed for the interests of the Governmentto 1
you will never have cause to regret W.H.WHltE&CO.druggists. and destroyed the Spanish fleet with: 'Gtven under my' hand and seal this L031"-A diamond Liberal reward locket,for engravedJ returnto sacola, Fla., and delivered on board do so, and no contract will be put i
It. out the loss of a single vessel or :8th l<'ay"or,April. A., D. 1906. F. P. said vessels at that place at such in force until Congress shall hava
Their office is 122 N. Palafox. Persons who cannot call sacrifice of a single man thereby, CHAS H. BLISS, Journal office. 29apr times and in such quantities as made an appropriation for the purl ;
Friendly yours, at the above Pensacola druggists; are achieving one of the'most remarkablevictories !1 I .Attest' : Mayor.) be required during the fiscal year ending : pose. John E. Stillman, Collector. ,
ELLA STRINGER requested to write in confidence to .in the history of naval w at![ C. E. MERRTfT, Clerk.. HELP WANTED June 30, 1907, will be received at :
-he Delta Chemical Company, Colonial fare'anol 'thlTprestigs of this Office until 2 o'clock of )
,911.E.- Gregory > establishing" p. m. $1.25 WHITE BED SPREADS
Security Building, St; Louis, Mo., fora this country; as, a naval, power, : and! a i CAN YOU VOTE IN THE PRI. WANTED White or colored girl to Tuesday, May 15, 1906, at which time MONDAY FOR 98c. SEE t
TRY free trial treatment, which 'will be wider knowledge of the gloriOus MARY7'.ARE YOUR POLL TAXE S work in tailor shop. Chris Abt, and place they will be" publicly open- F. E. BRAWNER:; ;
BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. sent in plain cover, postpaid. principles American, liberty ,and,,I P.ID FOR 1905 IF NOT, YOl J L 137 E.: Intend Ilcia. 29apr ed. Blank forms of proposals for coal, Department Stsa i.!:

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'lulflll] his 'pledges made to the. peoplet people would like him to be In order! .all m 1.and measures, than there are.

to.hold n.office in this state. He has 'Metropolis did not support GOTj j I'nn
Jonfnal! that time. of never been accused being( a Populist, ernor Broward in his campaign for Political Announcements
Jmlftfola Butch i b not only a man
Mr.
or Socialist but he is and has always office, in fact it opposed him, but in
experience in the public affairs In wwwr=w.
sride been conservative Demcrat, and a an honorable manner. The plank -

_JJ'J $.flf.flr ,flf Muur--- ..JfJf -L-r ftw ()f the stat, having ,been "a memberf good one at that. If every aspirant hIs;,platform that weighed the most RATES.. : For County Treasurer.I .

the state legislature continuously for pUblic office ii's as conscientious, was "Everglade Drainage." The people The rates for political $nnounco- will be a candidate In the demo

DAILY. WEEKLY SUNDAY. with the exception of one term for aftrlod fearless loyal, auie and true as 'Mr. were interested in the project, and ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to run cratic primary of May 15 for re-nonit(
F1ii: [ but he is Appleyard, this campaign would ,be he was elected with.their. approval of till the primary; of May 15, are as fol-- nation to the office of county treasur
of 20
MONDAY over years, of the most honorable set the drainage proposition he promisedto' lows
PUBLISHED EVERY, ,MORNING EXCEPT composed : er. The support of all democrats
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; !known to be .In favor of the proper of candidates that has ever aspiredfor put In operation. They had faithIn The Dally Journal.... ........UO-O'J be appreciated. win

!l'- ; ...BY... control of the transportatin, lines in public office. '. him, and he would have been The Weekly Journal. ... ...... 500 J. ED. 'WITU nis.

the state as opposed to the 'corpora The Imputation that he is. the branded as a traitor, a failsifier and a Thess rates are strictly cash in ad-
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W1. THE JOURNAL COMPANY. candidate of of those scoundrel attempted to and announcement will be
tion idea of such control. a clique is one had he never vance no I hereby announce myself a canai-!

nruwuici -. Commissioner Burr should be reelected tantalizing thin'gs' that all honorablemen make good the pledge that* secured I, inserted or run'under any other con- date for the office of County Treasurer

are compelled to submit to when his ( le'ction.For ditions. subject to the action of the Democratic .
FRANK L MAYES President and General' Manager. for a second term and Mr.Elitch they seek to become public officials, being: honest with himself and Primary.

;w4ct- 4 U.J vtnnrlJ.ftftn.&rtAnrtnJtfltt tnju-.nj-u.,.cut it.t.truu ___'ir.nnit .xi.rr.r.r.r t_r-fltJ LfLtLflttW- will make 'an equally able: and but if the people who are endeavoring the people he represents by endeavoring For the State, S nate. THOS. F. WRIGHTOX.
valuable member of the commission. to defeat him will treat him as fair she to live up to the letter of the

;g1& MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. will treat his opponents they will [ plan! that made him governor he is John. S. Beard a" candidate for the I hereby announce myself a candidate !.

:1 WJJUWJWUWUWW Wttfpni That governor's mansion at Tallahassee immediately apologize to the publicfor .: now. beic:! assailed and even .persecuted nomination: to the State Senate in the for the office of County Treasurer .

: is at last to ''be built the contract the monumental fabrications sent by those few daily papers and a :Democratic' prim ry' called to be held 'of Escambla county, subject to t the

ffiI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. haying been let a few' days ago broadcast over" this state for the specific majority of insignificant weeklies, May 15th, together :with other speak action of the Democratic primary

Jr.t One Year.$5 00 Ono Month....... ......... 45 for $22,000. The- question: now is, purpose of defeating one of the who "bark and attempt to bite" simply ers will address the people of Es.carDbia May 15. and respectfully solicit the

t: i Six Mouths............... 250 One Week................ 1& time most able men in Florida for tie position i because the "bg; dogs" put up a county upon the political Issues support of all voters.
will It be finished in for Governor
t! Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition! per yea ..$! O( he seeks. [ howl, of the day at the following JOHN G. WELSH.
j Broward to get 'to live in it. Tom Appleyard isabout as much a 'The Metropolis has refrained from times and places: -

wwt "railroad" candidate' the Wauchula discussing the merits or demerits of Molino, Friday night April 20. =

: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Advocate Is a metropolitan daily news- Governor Broward's drainage scheme Bluff Springs, Saturday, day time For County Tax Assessor.

The Kind of a Campaign paper. "Nuf sed." !\nd .it,does not do so now. The task I 21.Muscogee. -
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.' 1 April I will be a candidate for re-nomina
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be and
may feasible practicable, or .
: -'-"--,--- ______-___n.ritI -_ Florida Needs. li? 'may not. Until the question has Monday night April 26.23Brent's tion to the office of County Tax Assessor
i Thursday night, April in the Democratic Primary of ;May

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale' on Trains That excellent,paper, the Lire Oak Journal's.Positionn been llo-'becomes settled convnced and ;even though that the the drain-pub- Myrtle Grove, Friday nfght April 15. I respectfully ask your support

:i! Government. Phone 38. ":. l L> and at all Newsstands. I Democrat calls attention. ? to a matter Governor Endorsed. age' oliihe! Everglades is Impossible, 27.Ferry Pass Saturday.: day. time, May W. W. RICHARDS.

t that is of far more' importance to must the and
commend
: : In jt honesty
__ commenting The Journal's 5th.
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i' Florida than other one thing justat manhood/of the chief executive in en Commissioner Dist.
't- any position regarding Governor Browardand Millview Thursday night, May 3. For County No. 1,
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this tim The Democrat says:" I deavoring'.to do and fulfill the pledgeshe McDavid, Friday night, May 4.Nix's .
I ; .PE 'SA.OOIJ.FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 29. 1906VT.1 the Everglades 'drainage, the.Mia. made the people before he became May I hereby announce my candidacy

t t'zti _ __ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ In the heat of the political cam- mi Metropolis says: Governor of Florida. By doing so he Precinct Tuesday night for County Commissioner from Dlt.
: iij1 aign in Florida let us not lose sIght
r proves to be a man of his word--=a 8th.Beulah trict No. 1, subject to the acton of
The Pensacola Journal May 10.
of other and night
that more important one of the Thursday.
First Class Who Rent for
: Wanted-A Few Pays campaign against the mosquitoes as most conservative and fair! dealing quality so often found lacking in men Pensacola! (Seville Square) Friday the primay of May 15th.J. .

Funerals in Pensacola.At the Florida News Bureau? the chief allies of yellow fever. FlorIda newspapers in the state, is one of the In public office. night, May 11. B. ROBERT:;

'will rack along about as usual, no few to deal 'honorably and justly with 'The Metropolis shows a fair and Pine Barren. Saturday night May -
the risk of some one rising up ""About two weeks ago, the news matter who is nominated at the pri-- Governor Broward and his Everlade manly spirit In this utterance. It is 12. The friends of C. F. Zeek announce

Mid charging it with being a papers of the state received a circular naries; but if yellow jack should effect drainage scheme. well known that our Miami contem him as a candidate for county commissioner

Yi "kn cker." The Journal goIng to letter from what was describedas a landing on our shores and the The Metropolis heartily endorses For the. Legislature. from District No. 1, subjec:
rary'opposed the election of Governor
ui; (ew words this morning which the "Florida 'News Bureau," Q)!. 'mosquitoes get !busy as heretofore everything The Pensacola Journal utters to the action of the Democratic primary -
lay a without restraint we will quickly understand and regrets there are not more Broward two :years a'go, but it of May 15.
It has thought ought to be said Chas. A. Choate, manager, wits I am -candidate for member the
long that one of these little insects papers in the state, conducted upon nevertheless has the honesty to deal
but until this time It has refrained headquarters at Jacksonville. The of the stegomyia variety lower house in the state legislaturefrom
; which can
: ; the lines of justness and falrenss to fairly with him now, as it did then. For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2.
Escambla in the Democratic
I from ipnttln.; into cold type. purpose of this "nsws bureau, as be of more importance to the weal or county

I iPensacola is a live city-a great outlined In the letter was to "sup-- woe of the commonwealth than all primary of May 15, and will appreciate I hereby announce my candidacy for

iL-ti fc'eal more alive than it used to be- ply] to the press the facts and the the candidates In Florida; combined. -x+x.m+ the support CHAS.of M.-all COSTON.I Democrats.. re-election to the office of county commissioner .
This is right down hard .common from District No. 2
LZ't much alive as It history of the Everglades drainage -i iI subjectto
tut not nearly so
| Said of Pensacola the action of the Democratic
t1 ought to be. movement" and to "assist" the pressof sense and Pensacola, more than any pri-
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mary.
But P.ensacola more than any other the state in "presenting such In- other one locality will-* do well to 4 am a candidate for representative W. J. SEXXOTT.

iq: town of which We can now think, is formation to the voters of Florida." heed the advice it contains. The ,| and Pensacolians i in the. lower house of the state

4tk fompoaed of opposites and contraries,' The purpose of this "bureau," '1twas way to make, war on the mosquitoes legislature, subject to the action of I hereby announce my candidacy
the Democratic primary of May 15,
is to destroy their breeding places for county commissioner from District
and the results which should come further explainad, was to oppose .+.:.. < X. "W"-K.< : +a-:++$+ E'Vt +(.4 and I will appreciate the support of
No.2. subject to the
and to do it before they 'begin to action of
Governor Broward'' in what was characterized
from the efforts of her progressive :I all democrats.. ; the primary of May 15th.
as a "costly and impracticable breed. Pensacola is now more free I :: J. E. LONO.
}4EiL element are in many cases more than I ( II I JOHN A. MERRITT.For .
W'4 Jieutralized by the opposite influence drainage scheme, which even from these breeding 'places than she The Question of Veracity. !opened his campaign' for the State

if successful would result only in has ever been, but there are still The Pensacola Journal with time- Senate with a series of speeches at
ol the non-propressive dead element' I hereby announce myself as a County Commissioner Dist. No. 3.
- ly good sense recalls all of us to the various precincts of Escambia
enough of them to proaJuc'e millions
doubtful benefit" These letters according candidate for the lower house of the
'ifhos spirit like a deadly incubus, the fact that the people of Floridaare county His candidacy is creating
to the announcement win of mosquitoes: before the season is Florida legislature, subject to the action I hereby announce my candidacy for
*rv has stayed the progress of the city not Interested in any issue of a grea.t enthusiasm among his hosts of
for decades. be Issued regularly :probably once a ever and they should be destroyedat !purely personal 'character between friends, and we predict for him a of the Democratic primary on I re-election to the office of county com
May 15th. GBO. T. MORGAN. missioner from District No. 3, subjectto
What Pensacola needs more than week, until the voters have all the In- once. Governor Broward'and some of the sweeping and glorious 'victory on
formation state ,papara growing out of the .:May 15th.-Westville Advertiser. the action of the Democratic Pri
i- anything else is a few first class (or they "require. Everglades controversy. Ths Jour mary of May 15.

(possibly It would be more proper to :We have no doubt in the world Newspaper Directory Reporton nal says: Pensacola Water Works. I hereby announce myself a candidate J. M. ANDREWS.'

feay second class) funerals.; that the intelligence furnished by "The question of veracity between Pensacola seems to be In a most for representative in the lower
house of the state legislature! ', subject
?: t The dead ones should be buried.fThey the "Florida News Bureau" will be The Journal. the. governor and the news- unfortunate condition in relation to I hereby announce my candidacyfor
:;! to the action of the Democratic
presented in readable form and it h papers should ,.now ba dropped and water works. A fire the other night county commissioner from District
are of no use to themselves or The last issue of Printers' Ink contains primary of May 15.
4Ic
th No.3, subject to the action of the
Quite that The Journal drainage question discussed upon wiped out the :Warren Fishery, ona
likely' :
to anon; else. A few nice, quiet, may a review of Rowell's American: ,its merits.".-Lie, Oak Democrat.. of .the strongest and 'biggest establishments M. Oj BAGGETT. Democratic primary of May 15.

$t respectable funerals, with soft music UsesOme' fit, but in advance<< of Newspaper Directory report for the "* ,* in that line of the south. A. C. BLOUXT, JR.

such publication, in these columns we Advertisement Jor Pensacola. I It was stated that the water
11 tntf; tastefully selected floral tributes state of 'Florida and some very' interesting pressurewa.3 I am a candidate ror member of the
should like to have a little information 'The annual report of the 'Pensacola so weak until the fire engine I hereby announce my candidacyfor
-and the whole problem of PensaCola's figures are gathered therefrom. House of Representatives from Es-
which ought to be easily i I Chamber of future would be solved. cambia county, subject to the Demo
I furnished. i T ese figures give The Pensacola in. convenient size for the top of the buildings, and they were No. 3. subject to the action ol
cratic I solicit
earnestly
There are eople in this city who Journal and 'the Jacksonville: } Metrop ocket. It contains,' facts as to the not tall. either-'Westville Advertiser Primary. the Democratic Primary of May 15.:

tPf: own real estate that they will neither Who is paying'" office rent for this olis the distinction of being the only Importance' of the :present trade ani'' S ty.the support JERRY of the J. voters SULUVAN of the, JR.To' coun-. W. A. SHELBYFor

Utilize themselves nor allow. anyone anti-drainage n v.'3' bureau?" 'Who industry, and/ the ,undeveloped or Bouquet for Bliss.

else to utilize; There are excellent pays :Col. Choate's ",salary for compiling 'daily} papers in Florida that furnish partly dsvelcip fl >resources of the Hbzi. C. 'H. 'Bliss is making one of County Commissioner Dist. No. 4.
a 'detailed statement of circulation. Deep Water City which :will cause it the best mayors Pensacola has ever
Palafox these -letters .and keeping, the the 'Democratic Voters of Escam-
(business sites either
on For the Pensacola papers the following to 'be kept in the pockets of many had notwithstanding he seems to be Ihereby announce myself a cand!.
ji-3 street or -wittim easy reach of it, that office open. !. Whopays;, the/gas'. billamnj who desire( bia County:
to'liave.it handy for reference. handicaped by jealous prejudices in
figures are given i iiPensacola At the of friends date for re-election as county com!'
could: not be bought if the purchaser the postage and the office boyweekll The ', roouous Inslstenco many instances. If he could receive request many missioner from District No.4, subject
Journal mornin'g' the and from the city I
\ : from country
!Was willing to cover them 'with gold stipend'fAnd upon the need of advertising the city the hearty support of all classes to the action of the Democratic
Copies printed:. 1.8J87 In.1901 is something which should, and we there's no doubt that Pensacola hereby announce my candidacy lor of : .
after May
lastly Primary
find out
: we : who
The have
for
)eces. owners no use Representative in the legislature ac 15.J.
2,441 in'.19)22,929 ( \ believe will would
be headed and this report make rapid progress to a higher A. WIGGINS
them. They do not Intend to build pays It, why does he, or do they, payit in:::1903 \ contains answers to about all the plane of municipal prosiperity.Westville .- the session! 1907. subject to the actionof

? Etores or hotels or office buildings or ? .3,5.40 in.1904 aueries' that.adj r-ts1ng! would craw Advertiser. the Democratic! primary, May 15th,

anything else on them. They get no These qiiestions may all be somewhat 4,850 In 1S05 taut. be ites! presenting an ilhimin- *. 1906, and I earnestly solicit the support :I hereby announce myself as a can

1:: :returns from this property and. they poInted .blz jley .are neverthe- This paper is .entitled to. be named ating exhibit of the growth of Pen- Endorse Thos. L. Clark.e of the Democracy of Escambia didate for county commissioner from
on' the Printers Ink Roll] of Honor. sacola.: -Jacksonville Tiniefc-Union.( Many members of the Escambia county, District No. 4, subject to the action of
v .re afraid if they sold it 'that some less worthy of a (prompt, complete, I favor liberal pensions for Confed.crate .
Pensacola, News evening and _* County Bar have signed an endorse: the (Democratic Primary Ma15.
cne else might make a few dollars and truthful answer. The newspapers weekly: Pensacola's High Credit. meat of Hon. Thos. L. Clarke's candidacy soldiers and their widows.- H. C. CLOPTON.

Inhere they have been unable' to do of (Florida and their readersare Copies printed: No definite' and Pensacola justly proud of the pronouncing him a fitting successor Uniform school terms, giving the

4 0. entitled! to the answer. Col satisfactory report has been obtained demonstration of that city's high to Justice Whitfield. Amongthe country public schools the same

m Until the obstacles which prevent Ohoate should take them Into his from this paper since 1899 and the. credit in the recent bond sale. Her signatures appear the name of length term as the. city schools.A The friends of W. P. Brownson
publisher admit$ that he does not 8300,000 issue of four and onehalfper W. A. Blountjr. and (John ''Beard- uniform: school book law and hereby announce him as a Candida;p
*: fl; ; the utilization and Improvement of: confidence. If, his "news bureau" is well-known free books for the pupils of all public ,
keep records that would make it possible cent of thirty-year-bonds sold at by our people.Monti- for the office of County Commissioner
i such pieces of property are removed I organized for a legitimate purpose for him to prepare such a report a !(premium of 6,156 which, in con- cello News; schools.An from District No. 4, subject to ti'r!

through the medium of the funerals and fa supported by legitimate means but the daily edition has had credit nection with th interest rate, "gives efficient law for the equalizationof action of the Democratic Primary of

IjL. nentioned above' every foot of that (and we have not questioned either for Issuing more than.1,000 copies reg-Pensacola the distinction: of having taxes. May 15th 1906.
ularly since 1900 .and. including 1905.( secured the best price which has The Journal Printed Good roads specially.
I{vacant space should be taxed at the there should be ;no reason for
ever' been paid for a Florida municipal Yours respectfully.
:lull cash !price that would-be purchas- hesitancy In .furnishing the information This is a flattering showing for bond." The Journal claims. Investors M. JACOBY.For For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.

.:Ere, will offer for It. Every vacant desired.It The Journal, but- if the report of The know that Pensacola has a uringMarch,1S0B,

[lot In the business section of the city I! occurred to The Journal when Journal's present circulation could great future before her and are wiling : I hereby announce my candidacy for
a Total of Tax Collector. re-election to the office of county commIssioner
Ski !;should be :forced to pay taxes on the the announcement of' the "bureau"was have. been included It would have tond's.to-JMiama give a good News.'('Premium on her from District No. 5, subject

lvalue which progressive buyers are first. received that perhaps' an made a still more flattering showing.The to the action of the Democratic, Primary

;jlwllling( to pay the owners for It. advertising agency had been established Journal's circulation for the Mount Vesuvius? Lava. I hereby announce myself a candidate of May 15.
158,750 for re-election to the office of
wr2 ..FThen if those owners !(persistentlyand in Jacksonville .and thi' 3 month' of March was over one thous Lava from roun.t Vesuvius appears Tax Collector for Escambia county, J. R. STEWARD

j t1 stubbornly, still refuse to take "news" feature of it was simply a and greater than its average for the in ths streets of !?'1erisacola! ttt may at the primary to be held on May 15, -

the funeral route, they will at least means for getting In touch with the year 1905( and its circulation for the seem strange to the average reacter::! 1906. I. solicit your vets. Board Public Instruction.I .
tbat this "of the COPIESor
product earth's Internal -
fce: forced to pay a proper tax on prop- wspapers of the state. We are as present month will reach -an averageof Respectfully, candidate -
should
fire be found
so many J. S. ROBERTS. hereby announce myself a
fcrty that they now hold to tha detri--surred, however, that while it may nearly 6,000 copies daily: thousands of miles away from the for member of the school boa:.1 l

: pnent of every other tax payer in handle. soma advertising, the prime These circulation figures show wihy fiery furnace across the ocean, which an Average of from District No. 3, subject to the action

.:M IPensacola. purpose of its existence is to dissemlnate The Journal carries so much advertls.. has! been lately spreading terror In At the solicitation of friends, I hereby of the Democratic primary 0)>[

; There Is enough money lying idle "news" In opposition to mIX and why that advertising pays the country' within its vicinity.: Yet announce myself a candidate for May 15.
the lava arrived without causing'any HUKBARD.I
in the banks in private vaults, in old Governor Broward's drainage scheme. those who do it. alarm in ths peaceful streets of our : 5,879 the office of Tax Collector subject to W. B.

and burled In the This being the it Is 'not the action of the Democratic Primary
1 stockings, away case askingtoo i9f-side neighbor. Twejve hundred 151906. will be a candidate for membership
earth In "Pensacola, to build every much that tha public be informed Mr Appleyard blocks of it werebrought to Pen3acola DAILY May NEILS McKENZIE OERTING.For in the Board of Public Instruction

foot of the (IProposed railroad to Anda- as to who is furnishing the sinews of'' in an Italian ship some years ago, from District No. 1, in the i pr.->
'I' ware; recdily! sold 4o (private parties
and the
qi usla. ;But the owners are afraid to war for the anti-drainage, i campaign. Corporations.' The following figures show The Pen- mary election.WM.
the
and to: city and now form !part of E. ANDERSONI
kt : 'thance any of it on the project because 'The Tampa Tribune 'comes to the, the pavements on certain. streets and sacola Journal's circulation for eacn Justice Peace, :District No. 2.
The Live Oak
come ona else might make a Democrat refers to defense of T. J. Appleyard, candidatefor acfl to the decoration of some private day during the month of March, 1906, ,
them as "the alleged bones of John, grounds.-Jacksonville Times-Union. with -the average number of copies will be candidate for memt-r-
(dollar or they themselves might not railroad commissioner as follows: I hereby announce myself as a a
'Paul Jones. May be somewhat Ir SI daily: Board of Public Instruction
candidate for the office of Justice of ship in the
I
rake as much as they think they The imbecility: and dens ignoranca
reverent but It rhymes any way. I "Jonah" Wrighton. March 1" 5,700 March 17, ,6,000 the Peace, District No. 2 subject to from District No.2, in the pn-
R "* ught to make. displayed by one or -more South Plo-: The Pensacola delegates say that March 2, 5,800 March 18, 6.20C I the ''action of theDemocratic primary -I mary election.

pffi People who have idle money ana Ida papers regarding. the candidacy oJ:. Brother Thomas Wrighton is as big a March 3, 5,000 March 19, ... May 15th, and would respectfully H. G. DeSILVA.

{won't use It, or vacant real estate Burr and Blitch :Mr. T. J. Appleyard, of Lake' City, for Jonah as ever swallowed a whale; March 4, 6-100 March 20, 5,900March I ask the support of the honorable !
Railroad Commissioner, is so absurd I that they -will not travel 'With him 5. ... March 21, 6,000March I vote of the good'Citizens\ of Pen'
tt'eI 4 and won't improve It, are'of no value for Railroad Commissioners. that thinking people 40 not consider li:.again, for 'on the way to Palatka the 6, 5,700 March 22, 5,900 sacola and Escambia county. I will be a candidate for member

ti4 So Pensacola or any other city. When a minute, consequently little attention i train jumped the track and on th! March 1, 5,700 March 23, 6,000 Very respectfully, I' ship In the" Board of Public Instruct)m

they: die, nothing but tears of glad- There are two railroad commissioners should be paid to it. But for fear a. way back was delayed by broken rail;] March, 8, 5,100 March. 24, 5,900 J. L. BELL. I from District No.3, in the primary

Hess will be shed and if they would to ha elected this year and few voters who are not posted rela.. r-ibut Bro. -Wrighton kept on smiling. March 9, 5,100 March ,25, 6,200 I election.

all consent to die at one time, the four candidates are in the :field to tive to state politics may take the! -Florida Pythian. March 10, 5,700 March'28, ..... W. M. AGERTON.Sir .
matter seriously. is the cause of this i :I hereby announce candidacy -
March 11, 6,100 March 27, 5,850 my
choose follows
could afford to erect a monument from as : T. J.hp.!
ri: tlty article. Record Breaking Stevedores. March -12, ... March 28, 5,90C I for the office of Justice of the Peace -
Ii( gratitude for the act. pleyard. Lake City;, State Senator The opposition to :Mr.: .Appleyard la I !IPensacola stevedores are hustlers. March 13, 5,700 March 29, 5,95C I for the Second District of Escambia Knights, Attention!ILt.

Happily the progressive element of E. J, .Bailey, of Mohtlcello. ; former industriously circulating 'circulars I (Recently they loaded 1,290,000 'super.i March 14, 5.150 March 30, 5,95C(I County, subject' to the Democratic Special conclave 'fa

the De,5p Water City is asserting It. State Senator Nawton A. Blitch, of throughout the state, wherein the i facial feet of timber on a steamer in March 15, 5,750 March .31, 5.90C I Primary to be held May 15th 1906. Coeur De Lion
Montbrook and Commissioner R. Lake City editor is characterized as i R. L. NICHELSEN.I N
felt at every turn and despite ,the ; four days. Apalachicola stevedored March 16, 5,800 mandery, -
Hudson Burr, of Dade' county; who "a. corporation" :candidate. The Tribune .. will have to hustle to beat the record. Total for the month.. .. 158O,75 Knights Templar 7 3-i
;:i4 load: which it has to carry in the way candidate for has been a 'reader of .Mr..Apple. .-Apalachicola Times. -- p. m. Monday, Aril
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tot these altogether proper graveyard a reelection' yard's paper for a 'number- years,,' S Average per day. .. .. 5,879 herebY'anounce myself a candidate : E' : 30th. Work in '<"'

subjects, Pensacola is going 0 l the four candidates, Messrs. and it has never espoused !.the,cause! Open Field for Beard. ". for the office of Justice of the Order of the Tempi
Butch and 'Burr at commend of the corporations against the Peace for District No. 2 subject to S. Y/ff uniform. Sojourning
i&ead as nevr before and when iis once peopleIn J. Campbell Avery Jr., has 'With- I hereby certify that the above in full
If1f finally relleTed of all obstacles i it thmeselvas tothe' more favorable fact, Mr. Appl yard's whole career, 2rawn as a candidate for the Senate statement correct according to the the action of Democratic' Primary ? r41!__ Sir Knigli'
consideration of the'voters-. as1 a journalist "is Ukeop n bool; in cambia county thus leaving' an records on file in this office. May 15th.. A .__; X are courteously invit!
1 !rU} take a jump to the front that and those who have watched his I field forth Hon. John S. Beard J. D. GOSS. L ed.HABJ.Y .

4' .(111 astonish the eyes of the business Commissioner: /Burr is 'now serving course have alwayS' placed him on the! open who is sure to be elected. This W. GIBBS. E. C.

jworld, his first. term on the commission ,and side of the people against corporate i distingufshed: gentleman has many W HENRY NEEDHAM. Recorder.

_ bis work has been' of a character influences and power and the unjusl: admirers Madison county who will I-: am a candIdate for 'Justice of the

His annual report to the> Chanvr .. that justifies his re-election. He ran attack made upon bin 'by a few personal be 'Pleased to know of the certaintyI : Peace In the Democratic primary to MONDAY WE WILL' SELL 25

4'iAS \I. of 'O>n1merce which Secretary four years ago upon a ,platform callIng enemies' and political opponentswill I his election to the Senate.-Mad.- be held May 15th, 1906, District NQ. YARDS SEA ISLAND DOMESTIC
mailed out prove to be the 'greatest boome to subscribed before Florida. FOR. NO ONE OVER ONE
/IVS 'C. Jones recently leon New Enterprise. Sworn and me 2. Escambia ,County, Any $1.00. _
to 'some of the leading newspapers Is: for more equitable railroad regulation rang that has been sprung this cam,. S this 31st day of March 1906. assistance wIll be appreciated from. CUT.

:t receiving some very complimentaryfci .and we believe he has hones. paign.1r.. Enthusiasm for Beard. J\ \* PERRY DICKEN, the Democratic voters., F. E. BRAWNER'S

t polices ,from them. ly; and. -consistently; :pacteaYprei'. .. Apple' jard is not what a. few r Hon. J. 6. Beard, of Pensacola,: has ;:> f- :: Notary.'Public' Gao J. SLOCUMB. / Department StorAGE .-

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TEAS. Special to The Journal.DeiFuiak .r -

April :Thursday night '
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was the 85th anniversary of the founding : I "The Quality Store"
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? ,of the L 0.,O. !R In Aemrica and ., ,- '

Served Free by An Expert, in .Annex; Either Hot or Iced. our local lodge' had a reception and :' : 1 -

banquet at the Brown house. About ,
Come lit and Try a Cup.Tetley's fifty Odd Fellows and their lady : --1-11

friends were present. !Editor R W.
Teas are the best I That's the verdict of the people. We Storrs of the Breeze was toastmasterfor

have served several thousand the past week, and they all pronounce Tetley's the occasion a position that he is

I Teas the very best they have ever tasted in all their lives. No drink is well adapted to fill. Speeches were BARGAINS FOR MONDAY

more refreshing and soothing: to- the overworked nerves than Joseph made by Rev. Dr. Ambler the Rev.

Tetley's Celebrated Teas Be that Dr.. Baker and Messrs. Shugart and
sure
your grocer always sends '
5 you Carden, which wer all well received,'
Tetley's Teas Have no other I Remember there is strength and purity in AND TUESDAY
and every one seemed to-have a good

TETLEY'S TEAS >v time.Mr.
rj N. B. Bigelow of St. Paul Minn.,
who spent the winter with his daughter
:Mrs. Oscar Rogers, died at Jack

,. sonville on his way home. Mr.: Bige-
r.t 7r t3: WWI wt :n low has been sick for several years, ;
n'll.
and-
i'' ular and with visitors.his wife was one of our reg-- '. 2000'yards Staple Fancy Ginghams :


CHOICE( MISCELLANY Marine Grocery Co. I FOR THE CHILDREN fire Last at Thursday the home afternoon of Mrs. Townsell there wasa a regular 7c value ____ _. : ;
I hard working widow woman, who -- T. --------------,-------

SUgar Already Ruined. lost everything' but the clothes ,.
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worn
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604, 60S 608. 610 '
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St. i
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Palafpx
falls are already ruined A Magrle Letter
"Niagara by .herself and children at the time.
lays the eminent hydraulic engineer, Phone>> 725. Did you ever think what a strange The generous people of our town have 25 dozen Double Knee Hose 1
Alton D. Adams. In Technical World V. J. VIDAL letter "S" Is? It is a serpent in din i donated quite a lot of clothes and Boys' Heavy

Magazine for April.. "Already enough Manager.We guise. Listen-you can hear,It hiss. provisions for her relief.It ;

York water state rights and have Canada been granted to divert by New all than cost will:' 'sell" for ten days at ,less gives It Is the possession wizard and of the multiplies alphabet indefinitely !t will may have not a be railroad a long to time Freeport before we or 7 to 9 I I2 regular 25c quality this sale1Sc :

both some other point on the bay. ,
which
the water now, falling over
No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
by its touch. changes a tree Dr. C. A. Landrum and daughter
the American and the Canadian falls Smoked Halibut' (very, fine) lOc into trees and a house into houses. 'Miss Willie
Jean
are the visitors
makes the great cataract one of the per pound. 'Sometimes it Is very spiteful and will I to New Orleans. among 50 Men's All Wool Spring Styles 3 Piece 'I
natural wonders of the world. If the Blood Red'Salmon, lOc per Ib. Miss Daisy Downes Monday ,
capitalists and promoters who now Holland Herring (In'kits) 60c per change a pet into a pest a pear Into a from returned: -
hold franchises were all to establish kit spear, a word into a sword and laughter a: pleasant vfeit to friends : !
at Florala. Suits
35 40
sizes to regular $10.00 $12.50and
plants the entire flow of Niagara river Kaiser .Herring (in tins) 45c per into slaughter and it will makhot e Capt. Flournoy has had ,a nice wire ,
would be diverted Into underground tin. shot at any time. fence 'built round the block in frt'ntof.
channels! and the mighty cliffs! over Salacine Sausage (imported) 23c The farmer must watch it closely. It the High'School building, and also $ 15.00 values this sale $6.95 ;
which the torrent now pours In resist per pound. will make scorn of his corn and reduce had a row"of sycamores planted an ______________
less grandeur would be left rugged and.. We have a fresh stock of imported every peck .to a speck. Sometimes,he round., I
bald and dry." Maccaronl Spagetti, Italian TomatoPaste finds Ituse'fu If he needs more rOOm .Dr. and'rs.. A, H. Gillett went to ': I IJ
Mr. Adams sees small hope In the Greek Black Olives, Artichoke! for his stock it will change a table into New Orleans Monday; .th9 doctor is
Navy Bread Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack stable going td take a'post graduate 100 dozen LaRibbed Vests lOc I
for him course.
treaty between the United and if he Is short of
proposed States and Great Britain. He does not Boston Brown Bread, Frenc hay he can set out a row of tacks. It /The revival meeting closetf at the __. ____________-


party believe to that any Canada treaty which will be will a willing cut off French Bread We carry Russian and the Italian Caviar only Sweet full and line Oils.Importe of' Francis be lie will careful around turn them loose.however into The, not stacks.to let He his must nails with Methodist' The three railroad church additions.company South last has Sunday given Compare these with J 15c quality sold elsewhere. I

the great Income it enjoys from leasing Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'! serpent's breath space to' the city to enable: a towerto f
Niagara power. His plan Is to excavate canned goods in the city. Gulf City will turn them into snails. be built for a fire-bell. The tows ,
and deepen the channel leading to Coffee! Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard, If ever you get hurt call the serpent is nearly completed and it is exipect/ ''
the American fall, which will other. Daybreak,. Diamond Blend and Golden to your aid. Instantly your pain will 1 ed that the bell will be added in a '. New Ribbons New Val! Laces New White
wise run dry long before the Canadianor Rio Coffee for sale. They are all i be in Spain. Be sure to take it :with few days. :

Horseshoe falls will be at all at. high 'grades and give, perfect satisfac you the next time you climb a nwuntaln -
tion. if you desire to witness a marvel
fected. Staking Them Kid and Canvas Belts.
,, It will make the peak speak. Budon't t I'OWST. '
"Did you 'hear about Fistem? He
let it come around while you are I
reading It will has given up pugilism and gone on the I
Hidden Trei. CRIMINAL DOCKETIS stale. now. make- this tale stage' _

Each of the following sentences coao "You don't say! How is he makingout .
talns the hidden.name of a tree: COMPLETED ?'
Glossary of Indian Term

2.3.1.1 I She found found spoke them them to a locked.kind a pleasant old lady.location'and OSlerk Marsh of,the United States Ch'geegee Cheokhes,-lokh the ,mini.the chickadee In'Chicago"Well the ring News.he-is putting doing the people same to as sleep.-be did See Display in Show Window of Ladies' ;

iChepiabgan, the bald eagle. ,. ,
returned home. court yesterday completed the criminal ? u;
4. Anna shall not go over there. docket for the May term of Ihe Chegwooltz, the bullfrog; Evidence to Prove. White Hats Received from
5. I soon began to feel more comfort tribunal, which! will convene Tuesday,, Deedeeskhtho. blue Jay. Shipments Daily
able. May 1. The docket is as follows: Hukweem, the loon. ,
6. It Is either too thick or you do not United States vs B, T. Jones violation Ismaques, the fish hawk. 1 P
'Manufacturers of New Creations
understand the Tferk of postal laws. Kagax, the weasel. in

7. We went np in emery room. United States vs..Frank Turner, vlo-' linkages 'the raven. ,
latlon of postal laws.- Keeonekh, the otter.
8. Mary Iced a rich looking cake forRelen's
United States vs. 'Alex Galt Brown, Killooleet the white
throated ;
birthday., J. spar '
violation of laws. ya ,
postal -
Key: 1. hemlock;,2, oak; 3," maple; 4, row. r .

ash; 5, elm; 6, hickory; 7,pine;8,cedar, United of timber States laws.vs. I. ReddIck' violation Koskomenos Kookooskoos,,the the kingfisher.great horned owL MILLINERY'

United 'States J. V. violation
vs. Lane
.Keepkawlg, the barred owL -
of postal laws.
Kwaseekho the sheldrake.*
United States'.. Lou Good selling: .
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Lohoks, the panther. .*
How to Exercise the liquor without license.

United States vs. Walter. It Milton Malsun; the wolf. y ,
Bowels Meeko, the red squirreL "
perjury. Yours for Quality,
United 'States vs. Jesse J. Stewart, Megaleep, the caribou. '
OUR'Intestines are lined Inside W. W; Franklin and Jeff Thompson, Hitches, the ruffed grouse* '

with 'millions of suckers, that conspiracy to defraud government Motaques, the hare. -Cfc. W. J. & B. FORBESDKyr
i draw't.'t Nutrition from food United States vs. W. Hawkins per Mooween, the black bear.
as jury Nemox the fisher.
it passes them. But, if the food : United States. vs. Alemina Powell 1 Pekquam the fisher. Brown Yes, they say that everything

passes too slowly, it decays before it gets I assault. Skooktum, the trout. Smith earns goes on his wife's '-=- "'.or".r---- r ,_._ ,'"
through. Then the little suckers draw Poison United States vs. W. E. James, vl a- Tookhees, the wood moose. back. .

from it Instead of Nutrition. This Poison ation of timber laws. Upweekls the Canada lynx. Jones-Well, evidently he does not ,
makes a Gas that injures your system-more United States ,vs. EL L. Vickers violation The names of the birds and beasts earn much. i wr Et Ef!I t r Wry HH E miaii u E3.xi rryrrrw ir E
of Umber laws. e! /wc uc / / + Cool And
than the food should have nourished it. given here are used .by the MeleceteIndians. -. i*!!! \
United States vs. Marion Duprec
The usual remedy for this delayed passage violation of timber laws- To Catch Rat.. i '
(called A sure way to catch rats is to placeIn .... wW i
Constpation) is to take a big United 'States, vs. Columbus Par a- Refreshing Drinks
mire a pan v{ bran or sand a steel traps Et :4
selline'
dose of Castor Oil. : lhl without a license.
a United States vs. John Watson, selling l the bran or sand will steady the OXFORD'f
: liquor without a license. trap. Spread over the trap a very thin .!!!; w.
This merely make slippery the passage United States. vs. J.. W. Hart illicit I STOMACH ILLSARE cloth or a piece of mosquito bar to \\C ;;:
for, unloading the current cargo.It distillery.! bide the trap and sham;-then sprinkle I For SummerThere

does not help the Cause of delay a United States vs. L. R. Hart, illicidistillery. SOON breadcrumbs or cheese crumbs over I '
trifle: It does slacken the Bowel-Muscles FORGOTTENwhen the trap on top of cloth. Place this

, and weakens them for their next task. United ,States vs. James I. Pittenaa Hostetter's Stomach Bitters i is where the rats can get to it, and you TIM E I IS
Another remedy is totake violation! postal laws. taken'i1rampUy' at the first symptom. will catch a rat every pop.-Car. Farm : is nothing so luxurious and
a strong United States vs. Allen Benson violation No wonder sb many people use It in
"Physic.;" like Progress. witw :: yet so inexpensive as our fine line ot
,Salts, Calomel.Jalap, Phosphate internal revenue' laws. I preference to anything else. Then
of Sodium,Aperient Water or any of United States vs. I. J. Minford, violation there is a 53 years' record of cures L k'fO .
Me SPORTING WORLD x f or AI! . .
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these. mixed. of Internal revenue laws. back of it:Yoo: which ou'' ht to appealto awi' pea 'fi-i,

What does the "Physic" do? United States vs. tWo B. McClellan, every man or woman. One bottle rw'' '. They call this the Oxford Store,. and -we. 1 Concentrated Fruit

It merely flushes-out the Bowels with violation United of States Internal vs. Randel revenue Powell laws. of Career Brusso of,Hart'or Tommy Vanquisher.Noah Burns, as. he %[ think that the name fits exactly. : : .showin.: f::

a waste of Digestive Juice set flowing into alias Ransom Powell, 'violation of In. Hostetter'swill Is kno-v\ pugilistically who beat Mar. ;3 We, certainly, have a splendid I:! Syrups.

'the Intestines through the tiny suckers. I ternal revenue postal Jaws. convince you that it is the best via Hart at Los Angeles recently, has l;ij of all the new ideas in Oxfords and :LowCut. i1;i
United States the reputation of being of the best : '
vs. Arthur Mathay, for Poor, Appetite, one J
Cascarets are the only safe medicine for selling liquor without license.! Bloating, Dyspepsia Flatulency, Indigestion, Headache all around athletes In, the country. ii r:I' Footwear. . . II.: .1 It Is a delicious drink when served

the bowels. United States vs. Bainey Jones, violation Costiveness OP Female His.! Try it to Brusso's great physical endurance, ::W1 It's the Best DisplayYou'll : : : ', : y :.I with crushed ice and sold at only 25c

They do not waste any precious fluid of of internal revenue law. day. which made it possible for him to dE i . . i.JI I per bottle. Grape Juice 25c and 50c
the Bowels as "Physics" do. United States vs. Henry M. Demps, withstand the bearlike embraces of !'" bottle.
perjury. the gigantic Hart in clinches, ) Find Anywhere' : i
They do not relax the Intestines by came i : : : : : : : 51
grea.sant United States vs, Benjamin
Doug I
from years of lacrosse tennis socker l<
them Inside like Castor Oil or Glycerine. lass conspiracy. football, hockey and skating those !i*5fj Oxfords in Lace Blucher 'stytea--Rib- : ?; )

They simply stimulate the Bowel- ,sports having been Brusso's lifelong' : i bon Ties, etc., extreme or conservative'.iasts. t!f
Muscles METHODIST CHURCH
to do their work naturally comfortably pastimes at his Canadian home. I ? .
and nutritiously. REVIVAL SERVICES I Ice Cream The athlete has always had a mania I 53 ,Oxfords for Men, Women and Children. J:! East Hill Grocery

Cascarets are as safe to use constantly for the most strenuous of outdoor !=t! We've Oxfords of Patent Colt, Patent Kid, I I

M they are pleasant to take. The revival services PalafoxT which Street are be- I and Cake sports and has professionalized half 5*: Vici, Gun Metal Calf and Tan Leathers, CanM!
Methodist *
ing conducted at I j
II the amateur lacrosse and hockey teams w x Company.
church continue in interest I ; vas etc. etc."We've .
to grow ,
j Iln.Canada by playing against them under ;: !:;
They are put up In thin,flat round ::
-cornered Congregations have been !
For Parties assumed names and In various !:;a all the wanted and correct styles.
Enamel Bay r3
boxes so they can be carried large, especially at the,evening: hour,
In a man's: vest pocket or in a woman's and many professions. of religion have sorts of disguises. If there is a laj; when Brusso is around
crosse : on
game /
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purse, all the time been made. I,
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without bulk or trouble. Picnics Etc. he can't be kept out of It. He shows : i .
Street meetings have been
The ; to conduct.\\
time take a Cascaret Is not the most phenomenal: endurance In all 1 PHONE 212
ed by Rev J.Barney Butler IE fl I.
only .
first when you are Sick but when you by Prof., Yates, who. leads. in the sink1 I We of those sports, and the stamina required 'BOSTON SHOE STORE fcjl r
will furnish in any .
suspect you need one. Price, lOc abox. ing. A large number of church pea I to bold Hart at bay was well .w JI ,
Be very careful to get the genuine;, ple have been helping :to" swell the quantity, It's made and flavor from desired pure! I jarced. } THE: HOME OF GOOD SHOES aW liWYl.r !: Cor. Gadsden and Hayne Sts.

made only by the Sterling Remedy Company chorus in the street song services. Jersey Brusso himself says that he didn't t .. 5
cream and the purrest arr.crrr+tr+nwrx+m.nurrl nor.wsan rlnr/W/l+rrryrlr/.e ; .
and,never sold in bulk. Every tablet There will be preaching! at the of flavoring extracts" rant to.become a professional fighter. ".'f< 'JI:ii"4&JfIt'iU..U'AI\JU H'BU'H: : :Uf;: \ (.f. ".JWf':>........4"H... 4'fl:: fmm4EI '
lUmped "CCC.:"_+' church today at the usual hours, 11 "a. We've had Jots of praisefor ,I but h? simply couldn't help it, he was A GRAND
m.. and 7:30:: p.;'m., and! continuing! our cakes and know BO carried away with the delights of -
throughout: week.. boxing. He couldn't find enough amateurs :
... ;you will 'be pleased with MILITARY PICNIC
FREE TO OUR READERS them. Others are. to stand up before him so he bad
The D r.e* Sheep. I to turn professional to satisfy his
6eaati/allittle it bas arranged Freuc1r-desilued to malt GOLDpretl free a The Dorset: answers 'especially well yearning for excitement in the ring. Cut Out the Barber Habit i ? Will Be Given by Co 13 and
$D trinket borhard-eusmeled iu I for crossing ,upon Southdown for mutton One of the most laughable incidents I
cOlor a handsome ornament It will ,also shear from lacrosse 14, Uniform RankKnights
toost purposes. i In Brusso'3 career was during a
offer You do it If have Gillette ,.. mo.
want ever ever made ud we can you a Safety Razor The. '
six to eight pounds unwashed wool In Detroit when some '
Cents in amps to asked ass one.me Tea ', game complete razor ever made. !in and let'us show
Drop you one. of
of fine Kitchen Cafe.
of good faith and to cast asureCas. qualityThe Kandy false whiskers he wore fell off during PythiasAT
cover of ,_ .
rart.ts ended.with which this dainty box is t heated moment in a contest with a Complete with 12 extra blades $5.00
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Sead Brood>If are. Canadian team. But even after being KUPFRIAN'S PARK
aper aud today write, be hoar sare address to mention plainly.I. this. Light work .even up to the time of t 1(34( S/PalafoLPhone 929 exposed Brusso kept In the game and Gee's :OO1.i s-tore. '

"'.1d'tddress'' SterUng,o New Remedy l'ork. Company, foaling wljl not Injvre a mare! as muchas couMn't! be induced to quit playing.: Fhan 235.. 213 Soar Palafax Stratt, Peottorla' TUESDAY, MAY 1
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5 lots on East Jackson St., in most
20 full : \.ll of- Block 115 West
containing desirable locality. The lots are 40x ...0 Foo.

Now is the Time. lots, for sale: for a' King i, tract. ____ .:_-$800 122-6 each, being' on the crest of the
Accepted till and overlooking the bay makingS & WATSON.Leading

few days at Several nice building lots ,in most delightful locat'on for both .
summer and winter, electric cars and
t .O.QO block 78'north side LaRua bard street, south front and corner.
Eit? He who hesUtates is tobt When opportunity knocks, $ ? street between 13th and 'They are worth $'2500 but for quick Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
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*" : at your door" don't hesitate 'and ask "who's ,there" sale, owner will accept V.., ......$2000 '

but open the door ,quck : Property for Sale: 14th avenues, V MONEY TO LOANS $12,500.00store( ibuUdings- and a dwelling, containing;', V TO 6 rooms,near

FIRE'INSURANCE. ; Union Depot. A fine investment.$2,500.00One V
,Lots on East Hill and West the blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots
ftf : -Elegant 6 room cottage one of prettiest
Your Opportunity to Make block from R. 'E. Lee square: Hill sell for $50:and: up on L. S. BROWN/ & CO. each 40x137% feet., '
This is offeredfor
bath any everything modern. payments. $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on North Palafox.
'*i> -Property adjoining Y. M. C. A. easy i i short time only.
In Pensacola real estate is now. Take our:word'for on the east, 180 'by 155 feet, 201 Theisen. Building. t $6,300.00Large2story ,dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
4,. wise purchasers now will prove money makers!' See houses on same renting for J87C : 2500.006 room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet

f : I our list. We've some good bargains.: a year.' $3000 cash, balance 7 "WE( SELL LOTS"WANTED $3,350.0o-Nce: roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out housesin

per cent. excellent location on DeVilliers St.
-Property corner West V Jacksonand McDavid-Hyer Company, $5.000.0G-Two dwellings, in good. neighborhood near car line on N.

Coyle, rents J216 a year; Barcelona St.
$600 cash, balance 7 per cent. Agents J :; Pensacola 600-4 room house, rents $84 ,a Insurance" Company. tflJW WJ PHONE' 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"
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Investment Company year. WANTED position as stenographer -

=- uarter blk, New ,City, elegant S E. Government Street by young lady with: experience.

I 4. H. D'ALEJHBERTE, CMViKlan9. home site, overlooking' 'bayou. Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. P.. 0.. Box*' 244. Florala., Ala. -

: n N -New modern, 8 room' 'house, 29apr2wWANTEDReIrgerator V ..,.,. ,.
W. Downs, fresldenLE.'m?
Secretary. be :>":<""q.'I'
East Gadsden. : ; must in
.{ .J. L SlttlMAN, Y-Pres.ani: Gea. Manager. tNOWLIS HTEK, TTBasum.Rael -7 new houses Nona. Hayne- ,good condition and cheap for cash.

r,41 Estate, Loans, General."Investments. I, rents $420 a year., Help Wanted Capacity 150 to 200 ibs. Address LockBox t. Keep Life Insurance Money at Home I
I -Business location, West Inten 549, City. 29aprlwWANTED
.:1 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. i dencia, rents $420 tinder lease.; W.A."TED-Salesman! of ability and, -Board and rooms in private According last report at hand of state treasurer, the people! of

FOR RENT. neat appearance to call on all merchants -' family by young couple. No Florida in one year
in their territory; elegant sIdeline children must be in good localityandclose Paid Life Insurance Premiums Amounting to Over.$1,5oooo
;
". L -5 rooms 401 Guillemard. convenent: to carry; good commissions -I'! to car line. Address Perman-x |i While the entire aggregate losses paid were a little over 400,030
-6 rooms, 40& Guillemard. . . .. . . . 1,100,030
: ;; : : : : : : : : ; prompt remittance. Belmont -, the state .of over
-1" j :: : :: : :: : :: ; :::: : : ;;;:= = :: : ; eat, care Journal. 29apr3t Draining
,4 Mfg. Co., Cincinnati. 0. 9aplt* OLD HATS MADE NEW-Panama I, An increasing. ,gain,has been going out of the state for twenty years.

E. BROOKS WANTED Women can earn pin money ---- and Straw hats cleaned, pressed

The Earth is for SaleA and livelihood in an easy man- and !blocaed.! Panama 50c, 'straw hats American Life Insurance Company

462 Fisher Building! ner. Write for our proposition; no 25c fell hats, 35c. Work' guaranteed.Victor .;
--- Startling Statement--- rsk: no canvassing. (Mario Mfg. Co.,' Louis 100 E. Intendencia. j i Is a Florida Company with home offices at .

., fcut it is true, and we are assisting in parcelling out dear old 150 Nassau St apr29-*, 24 aprlm* I PLEDGED TO FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT.Every .

i- V r firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood' tlmfoer lands, HELP WANTED WANTED-Women should write for WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage. dollar of its assets Invested in sections where it is paid in.
: : mill and turpentine locations, grazing and agricultural lands Address !! of home patronage?
our proposition "How to become independent" Must be close in and cheap. Is not,such a company worthy
:t
town property. We have a 25000 acre proposition in saw mill -Don't write other by earning money easily with full particulars, 99Sf care CAPITAL STOCK $500OOo-POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000
,, ber that is a bonanza. If you hive any lands of the above and without risk and canvassing. Mar Journal ISapri
et offer.. Good Brosnaham
4 N list them with us, and they will soon be sold. We sell agencies till you ; '' FsnsaGola Offices Building
can your Co. 150 Nassau St. New York.
and best 10 Mfg. Panama ,. ......,
wanted. Oldest clean
: h; pentine- place to be delivered next winter. 'Jargest PANAMAS-Let us your 7t> "" --l2Iri!!
I apr29-6
We are sole agents for all the real estate"of the new town 1889. American Detec and straws. Hats cleaned, bIOCk-,
V Lyndiola! nestling beside a chain of turquolse-iblue lakes beside I Association Indianapolis! Ind. It1ANTEDBilg WANTED Men to learn barber trade ed and febanded by expert workman.] -

B. C. & St. A. raIroad.: Also for the real estate in the new money, selling our Splendid time to "begin. Busy season Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor I I
-c : city of Bayou St Andrews now toeing laid off at the terminus of new invention oil; burner; fits any soon. Few weeks completes.Top Shop, 31 S. Palafox St Special attention -:SFOR! SALE Homes for SaleNice

V ;, B. C. & St. A. railroad on the far-famed St. .Andrews Bay, which ; cooks and bakes; 3c day.. Sem wages paid graduates. Positions to mall orders.
; been justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In fact, circular. Star Burner. Co., Ne I waiting. Best trade in the world for WANTED-,Will invest $1000 to $3000 All kind of real estate for sale' or] six room cotta'ge on Little Bayou :

,c It's any part of mother earthButler N. J. 29aprlt poor man. Little! capital starts busi with services, in some legitimate rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant large lot, near carline; pre v.
: choice at;
ness. Investigate. Moler Barber College lots. Some very ones . . .
I and respectable business. Give J par- summer home. $1500
\ -An all around helper. Apply Orleans La. I good bargains for homes. or investment -
New 2&aprSt j
& Simmons to' ticulars. M., 42, care The Journal | !Six room cottage, E. Wright, cm-;
Sunday, Monday or Tuesday
V Garden street.i WANTED-Salesman of, long experience 12apr3w* large lot R. R. good factoryor venient to R. R. shops.$1350
hL H. Fairchilds, 15 E. One on
Lawyers end Real Estate Agents, wishes a connection with a first- R. Bingham wants warehouse site. One water front Beautiful East Hill residence, two
class grocery firm in Pensacola. For W ANTED.-A. stories, 8 rooms, new and modern: an
could make
i lot that purchaser no
a
Chipley Fla.
J -Men to clear streets at West Florida. Can carry established your moving and hauling. He guai mistake to buy.; One 40-acre farm I, elegant home. . . $3000C.R.YAEGER

= ; C = = = = E = = = = = = = :: ::: : ...- < = ,Beach Haven. Apply to W. O. business with me. Will be open May anteea all breakage. Phone 630. ana' one of 160 acres, both near Pen
engineer in charge, at Mrs. 1st. "Georgia," rare Journal
NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor sacola.
-'-- ---- --- V
: boarding house; Big Bayou. 14apr2w lot on East HilL Address'P., Four choice brick business houseson
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Vt 1'IF WANTED good all-round printer, 0. Box 207 SOmar[ Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest- No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686.

.' >Local and traveling sales- capable of doing first-class job printing ment property. Few choice offices
man to sell world-famous household 'and experienced i in newspaper WANTED-All owners of poultry to. for rent I

YOU BUY ty. No competition. ,Position; work. Must, be absolutely sober; no know that we are agents.for the celebrated [, Turpentine men all get rich and I I FOR SALE !
donkey's Poultry Re nedl 3-
I $200 yearly and upwards with: drinking man need apply, Cook & \ have".good turpentine business for
Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera cheap. 15 boxes plenty;: List of Property for Sale by D. Hale -'
crops:
Colonial Co., Wellsville N. Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm sale
piece of property, we believe you will make a good profit on i
) I 1'ce I
gape and to kill fleas and mites. round :timber lease on which together! Wilson L Co.
aprl5-22-29-6 .
c: investment in a very'short time. We have 10 lots on North '
t their wonderful producer. F.
Also egg longer.
... with .boxes good seven years
that we can sell for 225000. These lots are right in line of the :I -Agents; San Francisco's: Wanted S. Mellen & Co. Phone 'No. 231. Write'or call and see schedule! ofprerty. One block on proposed street carline

.residence district of th's: city and should even now. bring more I earthquake appaling disaster. Com- 3 -- ,. .. ISapr. i : *. V New City, overlooking BayouTexar
ave. by 200 feet deep on 15th S m. : story illustrated. Price $1.50; and under fence.$30"">
MATTRESSES RENOVA.TEDNew One half block Lakev.ew avenuein
on
will exceed Galveston book; best WANTED-By a young man position! ," T. CRAWFORD
tick furnished if desired. Guaran .'
settled neighborhood and on bar i
A, HOME SITE t greatest author: big O. terms W. Martin out. teed. Crapet taken up and matting as stenographer. A-I references 31S Couth Palafox Street i road very cheap at. . .$1;>",u)
free. Order today furnished. Address. C-2. care Journal.:
laid if desired. Leave
orders at One-half block (12 lots) and six n 'W
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ci VA 234 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, 0. I. --
? ; ; Green & Watson. Phcne 193. 7mar 3aprlm.V .
V houses rentIng for $5.00) each1:;/
on the Northeast corner of 12th avenue 'and 15th street only V HOTELS. ,
for houses. $32'Two '
seven more
;i. !blocks from the care line :Js one of the prettiest building l -Agents wanted t o sell BOOKKEEPER and general office WANTED-To' buy old gold and silver .. I room large lots and a good thr,-
j i the city. The neighborhood here is and broken'up stuff regardless of Sneads Florida.
l ; excellent th's Hstory: of the Terrible San Fra- man of 10 year's experience, wants FERREL.L. HOTEL room and hall house renting for $6 II':)
the city is very healthy. We offer this lot 137% feet front on Earthquake. Nearly ten thous position. With present: employer 16 sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman& Klein. Rates ?2.00 per day. 'Nice rooms, per month; if sold at once. .$hUI'!ii
ve. by 200 feet deep on 15th :St.::: (& block)))f for $1500.00. months. Address "Bookkeeper," care 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127. good beds table the best: J. M. Fer- ,
men, women and children perIsh- _ _ One nice five roomed house in goo 1
Property loss five hundred mil Journal. 26aprlw* rell. Prop. ITapr locality with 37 foot lot renting for

L'I1 THE MAXENT TRACT Greatest calamity in the his- WANTED-To rent a 6 to 7 room Board and Rooms. HOTEL, VERNON Rates $2 per day. $10.00 per month. . . .$IUIII D
of our country. Will outsell] Gal house or cotta'ge' modern Improve- Special rate by week. Special attention One-half an arpent and ten roonn :i

.Vj1 property is for sale West of "C" street. And FISHBRVrLIJE McKinley and all, other sen ments. Address H., care'Journal FOR "T-Three rooms furnishedor II to traveling men. Free sam house in central part of the city, n l'e
t ;' not over look this pretty little village on the bay. Nice people books ever published. 50 per 25april1wWANTEDYoun'g* unfurnished; suitable for housekeeping pIe room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.: shade and fruit trees . .$55n

,here and we have five building lots from 175.00 to $300.00. to agents. Outfit free. Fergu or furniture of same for sale, l apr. I Vacant lots in any part of the cr.!

1c: very cool and pleasant here in summer. Publishing Company: 9912 Fifth, country 'printer altogether, or by the piece. Apply HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the at prices that will take. Several investments -

'V 3 I Ohio. 29aprlt* wants a position in newspaper or 528 W. Gregory.' 29apr1tPLEASANT year. American and European plan. that will net; 10 per ctat.
LIST OF DESI)
RABLE HOUSES: FOR RENT. job office in Florida or Alabama. Has '--'-- Special summer .rates. First-class in on the money invested.
.. EID-San Francisco Earth '
R&OMtorentwith privilege
Store corner of Palafox and Pine streets .. .. ... .. .. .. .$ quake. Milions will 'be sold. 'Write eght! years' experience and an all- of light house keeping, 301 W. every respect. Pleasant and convenient FOR RENT.

,300 East Wright st. ... .. .. .. .. o. .. o. .. ... Outfit free. Best terms. For- round good job printer. A perfect: Chase. 8apr Mrs. T. L.: Bowen, Prop., Pen- Ten roomed house centrally local'el,
''Cottage on the Bay Shore for tie summer.. .. .. ..." Co., B. 227, Cincinnati, Oh o. gentleman and absolutely sober; wJ] sacola Fla. ISapr and unexcelled for a boarding house.

4t- ; Baker's Place at Fisherville....... .. .0 .. ,. .. .. .. .. start on moderate salary. Address NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, on street car line 35.00 per month

417 N !9ch Ave.... .... o. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... -"Destruction of San Fran. stating full particulars, Arthur Win- on North Hill car line; location good beds. Free baths and sample Five roomed house close in town,

::11. .806 N. DeVillier St. .. ..... .. .. .. .... .... .... clsco"-Best Book. Large profit\ free, White Castle- La.-= 12aprlw* very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden I room. $2 per day. Special attention I large yard and nice: out buildings stable

21 South Baylen St .0 .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. quick. Sample Free., Globe Com' W AN' 'ED.-AU kinds orelectrical street 25april tG traveling' men J. R. Brown/Prop., etc., $20.00) per month.If .
North,, Gullimarde St., between Stron'g' and DeSoto Sts... 723 Chestnut St, ,Philadelphia: work. I sell all kinds of electrical 'I DeFuniak Springs. Fla. 13marlia what you want is not listed !hen

239 East Gregory St .. .. ... ... .'... .. ..; ... .."'' batteries and other electrical supplies. ROOMS CHEAP-FurnIshed- or unfurnished 'I CENTR.ALHOTELCHI PLEYop.depot. call us up by phone 234 or call aId

4 318 N. SprIng.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..... I When you need me ring 345 or 955.E. suitable for light house Large and well lighted see us at 30 S. Palafox street F
'.Store and dwelling at Goulding....' .. .: .. .... .. .. e" :; -Two capable men for life W. Peake. now Star Laundry building keeping. On the Hill location higb,I rooms. Free sample room. Meals at

1t: 119 ,West Intendencia St. .. ..... ..: I.. .. .. .., .. ... '. insurance work. Salary and com E. Garden. ISdec. and healthy. Close to car line. Ap all hours. Special attention to traveling D. Hale Wilson & Co.

'Store' on'Tarragona St.... .. ...... .. .. .. ;.. .. .. .. .j Good opening for rght; men. ply 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. I men. $2.00 per, .day. 1. M. Tug-
414 West Intendencia ... .. .... .. .. .,.' ... .. .. Life Insurance Co. Brosn WANTED-StenographIc work of any ISaprlm gle, Prop ISmarlra
;
820 N. t6h Ave..V .. . nature. Will give same prompt at I '
.
*. .... Building. 28apr WANTED few regular boarders CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterl:nd, FOR REJTfJJururLt1.rl.rnMrLrJ'J'J'LrL'rVjtrLnru'tnLruJ'LJ
& A. 432' East Intendencia St. .1....". ... ..... ..;: .. .-. .-. ... tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.I II I Also a few table boarders in private Prop. Special attention to commercial -,flttS'S'S'S'
1017 N. Dav'rs,St .. .. .. ..... .. .. I, .
.. ..' .
... travelers. Fre'e sample and bath WANTED .jfll
.o ** -At once a cook and a WANTED-The public to know that! family pod locat'on; convenient to TO BUY- A reail! ?!
721 West Main St.. .. .. ....... ... ,. ... ';. ... .. ... nurse at 535 East Zarragossa.. we can do all kinds of repairing i car line; ; use of bath and phone, No. rooms. Large rooms. with good beds. store, or rent a suitable store 'Im)
Store on Tarragona St.. .. ... .... . .. .; .. .... ..;. 28apr4t* float building horse shoeing, etc. J. 401 E. Gregory. Saprlm $2 per day. ISmarlm for drug business in city. AIlres,

219 West Intendencia St. ..........., ;. ..:. '0 .. .. .... G. Welsh Carriage 'Co. 27feD I BAY-HOTEL.) -Open night and day.Eurot' Bend 205 S. Main St, Memphis. Tr-no.
V, 319, West Garden St ... .. ..... S .. .. .. '. ". .. BIB MONEY FAST' selling, PLEASANT place to board-on North plan. Rooms light andclean. 29aprlt*
1113, N. Alcaniz St.. .. ..... ... .. ." e. .. ." [/ .. the official-story of "The Destruc COURT HOUSE DYEING.. Pressingand Hill, on car line. Address No. 8, Transient an. trade solicited. -

417 East Brainnard St. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. of San Francisco." Our authors, Cleaning Club, '212 N. DeVmer care Journal. 27mar 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicoau! FOR R'ED"TTwoery I'8irahll.

604 West Romana St. .. .'... .. .. .., .. ... .. White and Richard Linthi--I St Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat oi-:1: at five cents bundleat Prop. stores on first floor of Manna,'-ui
't 516 est Gadsden St. .. .... ,.' .. ... .. .J authenticity. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- newspapers a ;hotel, Corner Garden and Ban:
guarantee Nearly this office. They all clean
908-910-912 West Jackson ... .. .. 'each teed. Careful attention given lalles'garments. : i are
St ... ... .. ... large pages. Dozens:: of photo-I nic Just completed and arranged in first
609-511!} N. "D" St. .. ... .....- ... .,. ,',. ... ..each. graphk Retail $1.50. $10 to $20 per Phone 1222. 8fcb, and LOST class shapa For terms, psrticuu
1314 West LaRua St.. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. I _nntrL, .rtnJ1.rJwu'wu-WaJttu1rJ'u1J1Jwrnnj'nfl .
,. .. .. day easy if you act quick. Will outsell WANTED.-The Merchants ,Transfer, (;tc., apply Hooton & Watson. l'! '\llrFOR
511 ,N.G. St.... .. .. ...... . .. .. .. .. .. any book ever published. Everybody Co. wants your moving and hauling.All .: LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN <
113 South 10th Ave. ... .. .... .. .... ... ..' .. .. |. interested. Outfit free. Send breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. Rlonsy to Loans Pure white pup-about six months tEXT-After May" 1, furni.fltcottage H.

723 West Zarragossa St .. .... .. .... .. .... .. \. \. for postage today. Best terms to I Iagents. I sen PTOD. Phone S78. ISJunelia old; cross between fox terrier and 815, Pensacola.at "All Bay. Address:! <"'
bull liberal reward return to F. R.
;
Credit MONEY TO LOAN- borrows
given. Freight paid. Everybody
ANTED.-HaUllng ana transfer Meade, 118 W. Cervantes. 28aprlwOLOST \
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY orders while waitln'g' for outfit. work. Office phone 363; residence money from Jno. A. Hall & FOR RENT-House on corner C>!II'h:
Monarch Book Company, Philadelphia Co. 16 E. Government street. When OR STRAYEiD small'darklbrown
phone 390. Acosta &\; White. 22-28 N. and Commendencia Sts. AppH w
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST.: Pa. 26apr2w* Tarragona St. 25mr.WANTED. in need call on us: Sfeblm heifer with tips! or horns!I J. M. Pfeiffer. :>! apr
sawn off; not in very good order lib--! -
____ __ __ V A -A good ,oOk at Once, 18
_
: : S I eral reward to any one giving I information FOR RENT-Second story over Ua-
W. Jackson' St. 24apr .-The public to know that MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perFoaal '
f : as to its'thereabouts.: Last: denstruth's jewelry store. Suiia )
V VV AN1ED-FIrst-cJass barber for cot old newspapers- be bought at : property on short notice. seen 14 St and 14 'ave. -Address J, B. for offices, sleepin'g quarters 01 sto"'
easy. 1. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.Romana. .I
this offic? for five cents a bundle. Theyare Terms T 104 S. Palafox St. *
ored trade. Ring 1010- 1 ring or Phone 1163. lteb %! or phone 86.I age rooms. Lee Daniell. H\\
clean nice.
all
and
For. Farm Turpentine Special at Sylvester Campbell Store,near ------ .I 28apr' FOR RE T-8-room. 2-story rot'a
Timber Lands dummy depot, Warrington, Fla." WANTED-We L8STAt Bay Hotel, pocket book 318 W. Belmont Apply'] to Walk"r
want your orders foi MONEY TO T.OAN.-Qil reai estate or
..
24 apruWANTED containing and valuable ] April->
y money papers iLgraham. :
Calendars.
1907 Art Over 300 original other FuQcient: security by aypl>- _
LARGE: OR SMALL QUANTITY For Few designs to select from. All Thos. Pebley cor. Palate and ; suitable reward for return to Bay A.. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
V
Call on or Address Days Only -Two good men to collect prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. ing Romana to up stairs. 17no-! .. Hotel. No questions asked.- 2t* :rent, suitable for furniture or other
; > debit and solicit Insurance.' Address' !1 J6feb.WANTED. I/ST-Meresham pipe:! Reward for goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona
Turner &, Aymard P. 0. BQx 43, City. 25aprlw T return to Parlor Market 27apr' St Phone 630 30mWANTED. ><
Lot 40x240 W. Rom .-Electric work of all kind. MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate _
;kq;: Real Estate and Abstract Co. WANTED-GOOd: cook at 52 West Gon- Let us ctean your.fans. rear sour ecurity, or on good collateral LOST-Saturday, April 14, pre:>uma. .-Real Estate for sale oi
S*. 0, Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla 'St, nearSpring zalez St. 2taprWANTEDA dynamo, d. jour virin;. etc. Paona at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. bly from wagon, package containing rent teas- orexchange. Your business
building. 21Jan pair trousers addressed H. Pj Moog.If respectfully solicited. J. A.Vi'
570. Pensacola: Elaculo Co.. 2G5 S. Fisher
? % ; e:: with 5 room h house 'girl at once. Apply Baylea. V I found. ,returned ,to. Express office] son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government
229 N. Spring St., 24aprlw receive reward. Room 7. Sallsbirhullding. : >
: EAST END UP-TO-DATE MEAT -- _, MONEY; LOANED on all kinds of personal and ISaprL0 Street !3jan
Phone 172.
:
MARKET AND GROCERY S10RE. San WA..VfED-your orders for tailor- property on short notice. _
Lot 80x170 WANTED Agents wanted on =rr-G. A. I. past president pin ; "111
W. J- W. Bullard FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x7
made We
clothing. make Terms easy. upstair
Horror Book 600 your
Francisco pages, lost between 7th ave. and
n Another fresh lot of Gophers Just Palafox St., Phone Wngat railroad. Address Box 712. C'ty
51 DeVilliers' fully Illustrated $1.50. We give' 50 clothes fit. Let us take your meas 28.,(. South 1144. and WrJjht' and h'ave.. Reward for
: received. near St.
ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. 0. 6nor 29aprlw.
freight give" credit-r
cent- -
WLi MOVER ON THE SQUARE, per pay return to 614 E. LaRua. 2Saprlt*
,
LkMk. PHONE 718. premuims. Outfit free. Percival Sup,: Wells, agent Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm =- -
7 ply Co, Philadelphia, Pa. 24apr6tWANTED UNLIMITED amount or money ton loan LOST OR STRAYED-Dark brown,I MONDAY WE WILL SELL BESt
i[ cater to those who want first : ,
only
Leslie L Brooks : SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED all kinds of personal property. dun colored Texas pony. -Brand Ben FISHNET MEN'S UNDERSHIRTSAT
class goods at living prices. A fireglass cook. Whiteor -Highest price, paid for gents' Special rates to business men on large left hip, star In forehead. Reward' 35C. REGULAR SOc. SELLERS

A. MoD. MOVER, colored. Apply 222 E. Government clothing only. Sell second hand goods. I loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204% for return to W._ L.. Bell,, city F. E. BRAWNER'S
Cor.. Government V* Alcaniz Fisher- Building. St V 20apr Dress, suits for< rent. 9 E. Intendencia. South Palafox.I ":iT'/:7.Jdv Departrrert StCf!:


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THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL, SffttfrA-Y- MORNING 1906
APRIL, 29, PAGE SEVEN. :



Thousands Each Day Who "Are Looking for Bargains, 1' I



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be started Of ESTABLISHED 1866."INSURANCE m
by every man, woman MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. .

and child. Start one to-day, even

though it be in small way,:and add to "
I INSURES !
it the small change which you spend THAT: I j

thoughtlessly here and there; you'll be
Save both by conferring with us .
surprised how it will Naval Stores.Savannah
when, out to 'buy REAL Eb ATE. Seeus rapidly grow. Ga., April 28.-Th* naval m. &
about some of the following: stores market closed today as follows: THE BEST IS ALWAYS
Store N. DeVillier street, renting Four. per cent interest paid to depos- WW.,.5 50 ru .

for $180 per year.... .. .. ....$1500 itors in our savings'department. ..5 45 : CHEAPEST IN THE END 1 i

House on North "C" street, cheap N.. .5 40 .

51. .. . ... .. .. .$600 M...... ,.. ,.,.5 35
House on East Ara'gon' street only K.. .., .? .? .5 25 1ru One Policy is Just as Good as Another Until the Fire. '

. .. .... .. ..... ... .. ..$650 ; I .. .. .*, ....*.< ,;'"> ...< .* .. ..4 55 1
98 acres of good farming land a H..,.'.4 40
bargain at ..... . ...$1000 G.:... .:.. -.A 00 Total Assets Represented .in This Office Over
,
Four blocks in West King Tract F.. ...01..3 90

each . .. .. ... .. ,. .11000 FIRST E.... .. .. .3 85 N ?
We have numerous other properties NATIONAL BANK I D.3 80
listed with us and it. would pay 0.j.3 75
you to consult us before making your Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. Seven Hundred Million Dollars
investmentWe OF PENSACOLA FLA. Jffl JI I

are in receipt of advices from AUSLEY A. CO.'S REPORTS
the fire insurance companies repre- VT.:H. KWWLBS Pres. Vf.K.HTER.JB.,P.-Pres.and Cashier. Liverpool! Cotton Market ,
sented by us "That all losses in Cal- T.W.BR SliT and W.N.KOBBRTS, Asst. Cashiers.
DrazCTOBS-P. C. Brent W. A. Blount. W. H. K. Close
ifornia conflagration will be promptly D. G. Brent. Knowles. W. flyer, Jr. Jan.-Yeb..............................._..6.0.t H .
paid and that THEY WILL COXTLVUB r.b..Jar.................................... UI '" ru
TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE: Kar.jpril.................................6.88 :
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY l April-Mq.............._................6.88-84 Hartford Fire Ins. Go.Assets "omet1f of New York. ftJ
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FORAJiMOST May-Jan.......ufo......................;&MJuneJmly
ONE HUNDRED ............................ ...6.87-86 fU 83
YEA S. July-input .............................. 6.85-86 m. .
Protect :your home and business. ....... ...... 10''
AujMt-8 'embor ; ..........6.89-84 $18,061,926
against loss by fire by insuring with City Pensacola Improvement Bonds September-October............ .....;...6.70 N Assets, $21,239,053. N'

Ootober-NoTember ......................i.83-62 W Surplus, 5,124,820
us.ESCAMBIA Korember-Decciaber ......"..-".... ..6.61 Surplus, 8,720,501.
REALTY CO., Denomination, ',$1,000.00 Each. DeceKber-Janury ...:.... ..............6.81 incurred
"Losses the 'Hartford'
Liverpool Spots,604.! by
204J/2 S. Palafox Street Dated Jan. 1,1906. Maturing Jan.1,1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926.
Francisco will be
Telephone 1052. New'York"otton Market m at San honorably "After paying all claims under affected -
General agents for State for Home ; Interest Payabla'Semi-Annually.; adjusted and promptly paid, and the
,Life Insurance Co., of New York. Open High Low Close m
contracts in San Francisco in m
Mal '11.10 11.11 10.01 11.08 record established at Chicago, Boston -
We-Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to July 10.88 11.91 10.66 10.89 to
] August 10.73 10.73 10.73 1073 and Baltimore will remain unm' full, upon a liberal estimate of liabil

FOR SALE Prior Sale, in Amount to October...........10,88 10.S3 10.37 10.33 N broken. GEX( L. CHASE,
.... ... in the entire
Deoembor : 10,3ft 10.40 10.31 10.10 ity city, this company tU
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. I Suit Purchaser. New York Spots. 11.70 President. :
Lester Piano mahogany fine order: New Orleans Spots., 10-6-18 tu will still have its capital unimpaired N ;

was $350, price now $275 used only: Correspondence Invited. Wheat. !
and
a few months. $10 cash balance $8.. Open High Low dost a surplus of over $6,500,000.
I Ky_.......79 79% 78% n% ,
per month. .1 ......to...-T8i 79JS' 18% 79ygCorsi : t E. G. SNOW,
Irving handsome case, was $300 THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA "Royalof Liverpool. ; N
1m. ,
now $215; very little used. Terms $10 I President." N '
cash $6 month. Open High Low dot .
Clutter per large handsome mahoganycase I Miy............J6X ft 4 4 bM Assets Nearly S70.000.000. I IIN . (8 .f
PENSACOLA FLA.No. ,
.... ,
A al7- .46 % AS' 46i
$335.
bargain.
; was $400 now m i iC iN 1
Terms $15 cash, $8 per month. I 1 New York Stock Market "The Royal will pay promptly its
high mahogany Open Glow,
$450 Mehlin $390 grade rented only; was few:. Southern Padfla.........:;..-. &% 63% fU San Francisco losses and the, stability rJ
now ; KO3. Copper....................... 102y f wiJiA '. J I
months; $20 cash. $10 per month. President. JOHN PFEIFFER.Assistant .d.JI.......... .......,..... 133 131 J w of the solid old company will remain North I
Sterling ebony case, was $350 now I U.C.W.E.CU8K.UMAR Vici-Pr iidert tad Ctthfer. J.W.ANDREWS.Assttnt Cash Citfahr.! ,. joh.........'...fA..' ...."......... 88% ::'ji,I N.I absolutely unaffected. British &.l\1ercantilem j i
$120. $10 cash. $6 per month. A.B.......: .::. ........... 149* 141% .. .
Clutter large size mahogany case; LRT..........[.;............ ,75% % nJ MILTON DARGAN, ? . m
used seven months, was $tOO now .. . I
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK RAO .108 106 N Manager: ; .
of London
$275; $10 cash $3 per month. Eria.S. '0tf! 40O.T.I I andEdinburgh. -
.
Kimball walnut case was $375 used 47 45 I
%
two- years now $1S5, $10 cash, bal Or Pi.N9A.GOLH RAe U. S...........&..........-.. 40 38i fB Total insurance in force in whole I
ance ,$7 per month. OF u.... preftrrei.., IQStf 106 1 City of San Francisco-$4"OOO,0Q0. : .:
All of the above are upright pianos DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY UNITED STATES. B.a.............\\...,:.:.... "Y6 25ys1I. fU : 1.:: | I
and'we guarantee them. We have 16 CAPITAL STOCK, $%&0,180. SURPLUS, J6&.WO. ......... 142HLud 141 gil Special "Conflagration Fund of '
..... ... ,
: ; 75 74 the
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c DIRECTORS. H.P_..........._... 90 89*. RoyaL$7.000.000 I I IN It1
week
per. ; good for practice.
.
lf.t........ 111 110 _I iCw. Hi
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, .P.o............., 15stf 156yN. Assets, Over $80,000,000. '
Pensacola, Fla. J. M. Pfeiffer, W.. S. Rosasco, [. W. Lamar, ..Y.0..:133%, 1335 m
FOR SALE-Three joke of oxen and Bryan Durwody T. F. ?McGooHn, J. ft.8.undersL P.O ._. 90 8i%
log cart; good team in good condl / M. M ery, W. H. MJlton, 0. e.. Maura, Y'D'G............ ............ its 12)1() m Atlas Assurance Company !
tion day. Price W. L Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, MJfeazIe Ocrtlng. .,.p ..'.. 164 182J6
$300. and Call working on or write every J. A. Chaffin & Alex M<* wln. C. fit Cevlngton, M. fe. stark, LI........:..'..:!.;..........:. 26 24J "Have no.word as yet from our J5J
'
.... fU of London.
'
6.! S6H S8'
Co.. Milton, Fla. 29aprlm Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporations end Firms Softeitad.. T.O.I..........:..:.. 141' mP N San Francisco office about great diS
.
FOR SALE One hack; good horse U...... ; 135$
and set of harness. Price $225.00 Four per oent Interest Paid on :Time Deposits.L 11.P. -, ...... 146CREW 144% N Wires its New York office as follows .aster.. fU f fft

Apply F. B. Radcliff, 809 N. Alcaniz. I N : . }

Apr291w.> NOTICE.I N "Please subscribe on our behalf : "Our London office. cables; N
Neither the 1
Captain own-
FOR SALE-One large fire proof Victor -
safe, practically new. Double er or consignee of the Ital- N Five Thousand Dollars to California '. ] \
doors. Reason for selling have a HILTON GBESS,PBMIDIST. T.WSLLK8: : Vrol.PBII1)111J7.B. a ian ship Canara. will be responsible ro relief fund. Advise other branches. 'Draw on London in payment of
larger one. Safe Dept., Wm. Johnson .M.BUSHNFI.L.0AaHuB. MANSFIELD MOBBNO.Aim'.OAB1lID ; for debt.contracted .
& Son. 18apr Citizens National Bank by the crew of said vessel. N Convey to all agents our sympathy recognized claims. Subscribe Five ftj

G. B. KEPETTO I fU with them as American citizens inN Thousand for sufferers. '
WANTED-To ,loan money on your of Penaaeola, Ylorlda.DIRESrOS.. Consigned to Master. Master.: California disaster. Atlas will meet m':
watches Jewelry and personal ef f "
fects. Highest cash price for old gold Gee. W.wright_ Ilona Bear T.K.Welles. Eli M.Robinson. L. Hilton Green, TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. fU all obligations promptly and honor- 'E. A. GROOVER, N

and silver. Lightman & Klein, 106,E. A ClHtRAL BACKING BU8INISS TRANSACTED. fU drafts London' General "
wright Phone 1127.FOR 1 ably by on I Agent. NRJ

I A swell.Jine of Ladies' Oxfords / fU r--

'SALE complete-One four running ton now ice, making machine )just received. i KNOWLES
For Sale For Sale. BROS. AGENTSW
.
Win. & Son W
Ice daily. Will sell at a bargain.. Johnson ;
Reason for selling installing 15 ton II
FARM FOR SALE-80
cottage on acres locatedat ** '
SALE-5 room
plant. Address quick to T. W. Pace. FOR monthly payments.Newly paintedand Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced {MONDAY WE WILL SELL maeaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa22eaea222aaeeam
Quincy Fla. 26apr2w SHORT LENGTHS A. F. C. STAPLE
In and with large
papered. Gas and water 1% house barns outhouses
GINGHAM: AT 5c. NO ONE OVER
etc. Creek -
FOR s\LE"Ten: : new and second blocks from East Hill car line on N. runs through the -
ONE (PIECE. THEY RUN 10 TO 30
second hand office safes different 8th ave. G. E. Bredt 26aprlW land, and 4 or 5 springs are also on YARDS., .....11.....4.* ) .N4..N$ .......NNI.$....NICOMPANY,1 Pensacola SI Andrews and
the land. Plenty shade trees and np- ,
sizes best makes at bargain
Scarritt prices. FOR SALE.-Improved, and unlmproV'ed pie pecan peach and plum trees. F. E. BRAWNER'S i i
Moreno office East
Govern.
ment SL 24mar property In all parts of the city.J. Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed Department Store. Gulf Steamship Co.
.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, chickens ducks hogs goats pea UCSLEY s
NOTICE TO DIDATES-Those Room 7. .Salisbury. building. Phone fowls pigeons geese and turufys: of I
wishing to make a successful run I 172. 23Jan all kinds. Reasonfor selling is that 1 MiscellaneuosMATTRESSES STEAMER TARPQN.
should supply themselves with a hot- have no one to manage place. A great ., W. G. 3ARROW, Master.
tie'of PLUTO. Now is the season to AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the bargain! either as an investment or AND FURNITURE t COMMISSION BROKERS, i FmBr. LAfcPASSENUEH
prepare your stomach and liver Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos for party looking for a good farm on Mattresses made to order; old ones FREIuHT SERVICE AND
aga\nst\ all diseases. Pluto will do it.For from $500.00 up. They cost less than which to make money. Everything renovatei. New ticks furnished. lNTENDENCiA -Dewaen--
sale by all druggists and grocers, horses to keep up. They can be run genuine and just as represented. No Second hand furniture bought and i II WEST STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i PENSACOLA. MOBILE. A PA LAC HI-.
wholesale by Jas McHuga. In sand or anywhere' a horse can go. fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan sold. Upholstering and repairing done COLA, CARRABELL6 ST. AN-
Leslie E. Brooks. Box 453. Pensacola for furtherjl:1rtic. 114 E. Belmont St., city. phone 77L DREWS. MILLVILLE.And .
FOR boiler.SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. NOTICE TO OANDIDATES-Those ulars. 31mar Davis Mfg. Co.,'C.:T.. Davis Mgr. Private Wires N. Y., N. 0.. and Chicago.cOHONSIOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. all points en SL Andrews Cay,
Will sell cheap. Apply to wishing to make a successful run i Carr belle and Apalal hlCOIa.
New Method Laundry. launches Stella
ISAprll should supply themselves with a bottle i .XOURSION-The SCHEDULE
FOR SALE-95% acres of land half of PLUTO.. Now is the season to Miscellaneous and Leclair will run excursions to | 1 1t Leave Peusicoia Sundai, 8:20 *n,
mile from city northwest; 70 acres prepare your stomach and liver the Life. Saving Station, or other i m. for Mobile, AlL
timber land sub soil clay; 25% acres against all disease Pluto will do it. CHIROPODIST E. St. Clair points of interest day or night on rea- t Leave Pensacola, Tuesday 8:30 p.m. i
under Cultivation clay sub soil. Dr. For sale by all druggists and grocers, Thomas professional chiropodist; : sonable terms. Phones 659 and :230.: t Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. .. for St Andrews Mlllvllle, Ap*.
T. A. Lamar, 518 Guiflemarde St. wholesale by Jas McHugh. Corns, 'bunions and ingrowing nails j. C. Sutherland Mgr. 12apr i lac'nlcola Carrabelle and intwmedtat

22April 2'W. successfully treated. Office in opera Reference First National and Banks. 1173 points.
: Peoples Phone additional Information
JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment o! house building Government street en TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. For apply tj

FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyan- Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint trance. Office hours 8 to 12 a m.; Gents' clothing, cleaned, pressed and :.......INI.IN.1.N....NN.NNN1NN110111111 E. R. COBB. J. R. SAUNDKRS, \
dotte eggs, Beacon of Boston strain gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso 1 to 8 p. m. 24apr repaired"on short notice. No. 11% President
$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine & Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers. 701 West Government St Pensacola, Fla1dec. Gen. Frt.Pensacola and Pa, !!! Ajt-
cockrels ready for the yard. Address South Palafox. 4oct MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- FJs
Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs Fla. J \V51Ke Mlms Proprietor. .Furniture f
Slmarlm* FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; repairing of all kinds, carpets J. H. PORTER sallmaker, 716 South
FOR SALE one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. laid furniture packed for shipping. Palafox street Orders taken for'' Order Your I
--Nlce. clean old .

at five cents a bundle. newspapers This of. lumber the other thirty thousand 'ca Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. tents awnings, camp stools and house. ICE COAL and WOOD Morris DannheisserFormerly
flee. pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two 22April. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. ,

FOR SALE skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft., long. GOOD NEWS FOR PENSACOLA from. the ( of Dannhelsser Bros.)
uation in-the Fine hotel site best sit. 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J, A. you need any locks or keys repaired SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert-- I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine
for hotel
city a tourist Chaffln! & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mar house lug & Co.. wholesale and retail ship Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
J30 or fitted anywhere in your ; Phoit,259.
feet
fronting south by 172 feet chandlers and grocers only first-class Offlc: -Corner Chile and Tarragona
deep on East Government street over. ON THE HIGH LAND=East Hill electric if you have any trunks needing repair house of kind: !in city .Fair prices to all! I Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty
looking Seville square and Adams ing, or lock and key; or have you a
f car line six lots 100 ft. front
street with open view of Pensacola' by 137% deep corners $700 Inside dull lawn mower needing sharpening REGULAR HACK LINE--From Chip., n 12 W. Zarragossa Street. '
bay $10,000 will buy the property. lots $600. There are'no better situa- or repairing scissors or carvers to Jey mak'ng connections with maul! PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA -
rifles to clean
lapr grind guns pistols and -
tions than these lot?. A. V. Clubbs. ; clean launch for points on St. Andrews bay.I, t t
and repair? We can properly ,
fOR SALE-. One new Kokens bar adjust and repair any make of type Extra teams traveling men. Good', R M.Cry, "./no. ......y, Florida and Alabama.
ber chair also several mirrors. FOR SALE-A; full" -blooded St. Bernard writer. AH of these things and many horses comfortable vehicles. Call onj! Pn.. OA.1 Cs Se a'r-
Call or write J. A. Billingsley 14 E. dog; two years. old; very In others can have promptly doneat address. J. C.'Snclair, Chipley.Fla. Wholesale? and Retail Dealer la
Government- St. ISAprillm telligent. Address DC& care this office F. B.you Brace's 28 East Government Telephone No 74. 28apr; Steam; Domestic, Anthracite LAND COMPANYManufacturers
or phone 538 .2-rings. 28apr2t* Phone 380. 18apr2w C 0 A .L
P'OR SALE and Blacksmith
-Registered Berkshire CARRIAGES repaired and 'repainted. of j
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for FOR SALE CHEF. A: second hand GOOD PASTURE-For a few horses Floats built to order. Horse shoe- Ofice-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93.! and Dealers in

Ills catalogue Carl Setterlind 'Chipley, buggy. Apply. !Jo. $05:W, Chase St and cows. Address apply" to W. ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. phones land'n$ I LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES *
22aprlw. H. Kilbee. Brents. Fla. ISaprlW Co.' 27feb ,AND KILN-DRIED lAP..iO .
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I'._ lj PAGE EIGHT THE PEN A' COLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1906
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"There's a Time;'1,and siiIPPING : I aaaaaaaeaaaa aaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaIW.

A.s SPOQTS NW[
; Place for N
verything"Now's
WHITE The New Convertible Term Policy


.5 th Time, .Bainbridge, Br Cleared.ss 1193, Smith, "for OFTHEs +

DUCK the Yaughan's'surface. luck.If, Birmingham again appeared cannot on Tunis 149,000 lumber with 431,000 for Algiers sawn with timber 341;;: PJi

Tin by the a game forfeit the rout big manager Montgomery gets it JOE COLEMAN'S 000 sawn timber.; :1 PENN i Ml L'.LIFE

forfeited the game to the Baronsyesterday. Cayo Domingo, Br ss 1713 Friend 0ffl
for Havre with 4,800 sq. bales cotton,
> } Isss it..be. What that caused/Manager the Durretabsolutely. trouble t the place : 100 .round bales cotton. m $1,000' AT AGE '25 COSTS ONLY __-$1145 PER YEAR. fij

PANTS refused to allow his team Sailed. tU $1,000 AT AGE 30 COSTS ONLY12.60 PER YEAR.
Olivemoor, Br Clark
1870 Car
to 'go on the' field with Umpire and everything to wear for 'man andboy ss .' ftft
4i Buckley 2.S' the' arbitrator.' Durrett!, can be found there at pri e8 that. diff.Vivina" 1m $1,000 AT AGE 35 COSTS ,ONLY$14.15 PER YEAR.

Of course you'll wear has been 'suapenated ten days for an .defy all competitors. .' v '=. Liverpool., Span ss 1983, Bustinza'IN I $1,000 AT AGE 40 COSTS OMLY,----$16.15 PER YEAR. f ftft

' ,. J White season.Duck We have Pants them-this tllged Birmingham assault and upon perhaps Buckley his acting In, Just a Few More Left, Homewood, Br ss 1290\ ; Jergensen' ,, N $1,000 AT'AGE 45 COSTS ONLY.: ____$19.90 PER YEAR. ftft

the better quality-for manager, following- Durrstt's instructions : of those $5.00 Panamas and an abundance T 'nne and Freport.
$1.25 and 150. I refused to play with Buckley as i of straw hats at from '75c up, Annie Br ss 2445, Win Genoa. m In addition, this ploicy receives an' Annual Dividend. Now averaging nearly t.ftft

The hot summer days the judge" of play \Durret{ states, :including the. celebrated, "Kno fat .VESSELS 1 f "CRT. OJ 25 per cent, which reduces the costof: insurance annually .

? wIll run you into'the th'.n-! two that Buckley and handed the 'Birmingham of the i,| 14.00. 'SteamMpL' Another attractive.feature is that the policy can be changed any time WITHOUT .
nest and coolest summer games papers I to
COATS Annie, Brit Wle,' 2445 Janeiro ftft
Rio
ss ,
SERGE .
i{ clothes-see our Alabama metropolis state that to Pensacola Lumber Co. 'I RE/EXAMINATION to any other form.of policy the Company writes.
N
Buckley's work Is off color, and Intl- 'Single'and double breast for- summer ,
z. t t nate strongly that he gave Montgomery wear at summer prices and 'special: Bainbridge Br ss, 1193,-Smith. New N Full particulars gladly furnished on request.
$
Linen Coat News
port to-H.-Baarsj .
1 the wont of It If this Is ly fine line of Sicilian and Silk Alpa .
t I true Judg Kavanaugh should tieplece'ot a cas from ,$3.50 to J10. Birmingham, Br. -ss, -2612., Baltimore I Morris Levy Special Agt. David Edrehi Dist.Mgr.
5 to 'Gulf 0ft
, stove p'pe to his youthfUlumps. Mail orders filled promptly, and satisfaction Transit.Co. ;.Im ,
and Pants
I guaranteed. Galveston Cayo Domingo,, to Gulf, "Br'Transit ss -1713; Co., Friend, -. ,: Office Room 9 Fisher Bldg. ftft
Shreveport continues to win and
+ well made and thoroughly Chelford, Br ss, i 707 -Wood,:Tamp
administered a ,blow to New Orleans .; aa aeaa2a222a22aeaa2aaec2e a 2e2aal
shrunk for 'only J7.50 it" co, to order. 'reeaa!
A yesterday: .GOOd. Keep up.Do JOS COLEMAN
.
4 I -worth anybody's ten: it again to-day' I Hasliagton, Br -sa 1220, Willis, -----" --tOne --- -" ---.----

spot." The Aaiericaq. League race' is a 212 S. P LAFOX. Kingston' to. Gulf Transit Co. -, j jKirkstall "" \: iiIII. m5" ,,,'j! f' .<: .."""" ....",. '3\: -="" '
beauty. All the teams are bunched ,- Br. ss; 1162Hinde, Faro,!
and the rear guard is coming 'fast to J, A. MerrittCO.. I

tb a'r.. Looks flag. Kks a"n open race for the Louise'to J.Ger Schreyer.ss 1480 Bohndorf Antwerp ]Hundred and Eighteen Widowsand


The John White RIbston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson, Rio ,
-- ExcursIonToD&y de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co. others have acknowledged i

Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen Card:-

,Store Phone STANDING AND RESULTS nas, to Hyer & Co.Ships.. Prompt Payment by The -EquitableIn PAEPAiD EXPRESS

' 25. .
'j I Ir
r Canara, III. ship, 1495, Repetts Genoa
,Southern League. settlement of death claims through the Pensacola
to Master.Orpheus.'Aust agency within the past: few years. The Equitable has '
' Won Lost Pet.'Birmingham
205.207 S. PALAFOX ST. :
.ship, -Medanic Trieste. never failed to meet all obligations with promptness
.. "J
t tP .T 14 2 875 \1Z0
"BtWK .r Shreveport .. .. ,, .12 3 800 Nor 1127 Larrsen
Ophelia ship ,
1 Insurance ,
At1 '
; New Orleans .. .. ..-9 4 692 Dunkirk. Knowles Bros.Gm'1Pensacola -
? .a Atlanta ... ... ..,,. ...7 7 500 BarK ; Fire, Life. .
Nashville .. .. ... .,. 6 10 375 -
Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson "' R IID
Nm.'r I
1 Tetley's : ;"" "'= '![ '
+ Memphis :., .. 4 8 333 ;t
.
,
? 0 New Orleans![I ,to A...Zelius. z
I ItPif Montgomery : '.-3 11 214 Tug' Monarch to LifeSaving r Luisa, Hal. bk. 1591 Montano' from 1 ,.

Tea Little ,Roc) : -r.-- Paalo Angejo, Ital bk 1136 BezzaPartowood
'' < Results. Station M Gulf Nor bk' !!756, Lunde- t... 3Jo@NNIme1/oliieooooloolNo $12
r Half-pound 30c 40c, 55c. Atlanta 1; Nashville guard, St. Nazaire to Ora.r. : 33ilT9AOOL2. :
T;. New Orleans 5. Leaving Palafox Wharf, at Precursore .Ital bk, Schiaffino 1508, ,
f Iron I ; '
Three generationsof (Birmingham. -9; Montgomery 0. Genoa to Rosasco Bros; i Works; and Supply :Go. S ,
(Forfeited.). 3 o'clock. .. Schooners.: : 'CHAS.BLUM&CG'
Memphis'-IJttla Rockno game. Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND !
Donna XJhristina Ani/sco, .McLeod BOILERS,
success.
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ;
--.- ,- ... '-- 165 Cardenas. | FORGINGS, MILL AND: .STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP SL
South Atlantic League. ,: REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention 'given to all orders, : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
rH r;, Joseph Tetley & Co. Won Lost Pet I JUST BECAUSE < day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .

London, England Augusta- ? ..i.... ..9 3 750( .I POW ELTON .1 I your cough only: in the throat and Z Timber Dogs, also chains of descriptions.! : 'Ofice phone 123 Residence 0 I

: Jacksonville ... 0.. .. ..9 3 750. does not trouble you now,, don't think phone 1029. P. O.Box 123. PHIL WJTTMAN, Mgr. : PICNIC AND DANCE
r i Macon .. ., ... .. .5 7 417 -11 I that It needs no attention. When i it t OQi@@ONO@mN0060@f49N0@/00.@Ne6@I@N'60viN0@i00 TUESDAY MAY 1st
Savannah\ ;. .. ... .5 7 417 special to The Journal., has not bad much of a start is the ,
E. L. REESE J. MENDEL Charleston .. .. .. ..5 7 417 ipowelton, April 27.-.-Mr. G..G. Hardy time to check It. The slightest cough ELECTRIC PARK '
.F Columbia .. ..' .., ? ..3 9 250 was painfully injured Tuesday at easily leads to Pneumonia, ..Bronchitis -- GIVEN BY ;::1!

Reese & Mendel ,Yesterday's-> Results. Jordan's rome machinery mill while which helping slipped more and and Consumption.. :JA":: bottle ofBallard's N/IIOOO.OAOm@O.OeO@O4O@OOOOOlO@eoN NO...OOeNe... RATHBONE SISTER

Tailors Charleston 5 Savannah 3. fell on his legs. HU many' friends Horehound .Syrup will cure PENSACOLA TEMPLE No. 14.
The Home ;
tt1 will be glad to learn tie ''is abl that-cough. The price puts it no UseGas I
cow for
Augusts 7; Columbia! 4. ?
( t Jacksonville 3; Macon 2. to be out. reach of,. all. Sold by all, druggists. Heating Water Peanut Hunt, Baby ShowAND
0
National League. Mr. John Mullins of A- niston- Ala. PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR
/MONDAY WE WILL,
SELL
Builders 20 .
is here on a visit to' his mother and I THE CHILDREN.
Won (Lost Pc'. ether relatives and friends. YARDS 'LONSDALE: BLEACHEDCOTTON. if Hot weather loses much-of Its terrors to the housewife T :
DANCING FROM TO 12-
1 New York .. 0. .. ..12 8 800 FOR 160. ,NO ONE 5
Pttt&burg :'I., .. .: .. 8 4 667 Miss Lurline Butler of \IPjnsacolaJ; OVER ONE CUT. .: SPORTS BEGIN AT 2 P. M
Chicago .., .. ..- paid a pleasant visit: to Miss Lena i ;
1I .9 6 600 F. E.'BRA NNER'S .
s of! and Marye 'Mullins from 'Friday until 1 IkfYOUw BASE BALL GAME
Philadelphia7 7 500 Department Store. I
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r e St. Louis .. .. .. ...-6 6 500 Monday. ;>- i I I it h"G i Between Local and Barrancas Teams
Boston' .. ,. ..1."..: .."7 7 500 Master Elbert Brid rick celebratedhis WELL KNOWN"TA1'LOR as "at 3:30: p. m. i
Cincinnati .. .. .. ..*: 5 12 294 thirteenth birthday the 20th day "q
AGAIN' COMMENCES BUSINESS' S
!'r' i Men'sFine Brooklyn .. : ... 3 11 21Yesterday's 4 of April. Quite a crowd: of little pg o- -' >J') Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will bea
ffl .! u or a>le attended and all had'-. nc nlme. i and heat your water for kitchen purposes and the bath i half hour schedule. Late dumm/
Mrs. J. :A. Jennings !and son 031i E. W. Walther. .the well known tailor with a gas water heater. Will be glad to have you call 4 both ways.
Results. returned: Wednesday after spending who for several'yeare served the at our office and se e both stove and heater in operations f Prize for the most Popular Candi
ikit :sBdston .4; Brooklyn 0. such'satiSfaction
with
public has .
t several weeks on the bay. date.OPRAIIOUS
New York 7; Philadelphia: 2. Little Louise Welch 'of Muscogeeis again opened a tailoring! shop at l
4; t Chicago, 1; Cincinnati 0. West Romans and hewould I I
visiting .her' her'grandmother. Mrs. J. street I Pensacola
Cpmpany
Pittsburs' 10 St. Louis 0. Gas I
; I-:. Mullins.Mr. like,to have his old friends-and patrcfns .

: : Allen of Brent vis!ted his call on 'hiiri there. Mr Walther [

fft Clothes. American_ League.Won Lost Pet brother Mr::Buford Allen last Satur. has; the deserved reputation being | Phone; 148. 24 and 27 E. Garde Street. i
the best
fine/of
,very PfrA woo ever ro
**$* Phnad lphta..7 5 583 day.Miss.. (Mary 'Wilson spent several made clothes in the city', and he will o..NNOO@. @oooolNNOeoNi@e.@oo ooo@ seoeoe@oN..:
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Cleveland .-. .,5 4 556 .
MAY 2nd 1906
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!: New and uptodateme ol Springand Chicago .: ;...' .... s,5 4 556 days, in P.ansacola' last ;week.- no.doubt have his old patronage ;back J ,
Summer Suitings. and TrousenIngs t. Mr. J. M. Mullins went to Pensacola inebortorder.. ,.

St. Louis .. ..... ..6 5 545 Three Act
-k4& Tuesday last, to visit friends. Comedy
Washington ,. .. ., ..6 5 545 ;
( Suite from $17.50 to,$50.00.' Detroit -...' .0 .. ... ..5 6 455 Mr. G. Hardy and dau'ghter'Miss PALM TREESMayor ...
Trousers from $5.00'to $15.00 New York. .. ... ..5 7 417 :Sabra were in Pensacola' on business JUST FOR FUN

Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. Boston ..- ... .. ..5 7 41 tms wesk. .
Local Talent '
Costs only$1.50 month for press By
t bti per Mr. C. G. Wilson ]Is visiting home : Bliss will receive a carloadof
c r ing and small repairs. folks here today.HANDSOME Under the Auspices of he Junior Guildof
New York cabbage palm trees from the
5 .east
; -Washington 1. -
Tickets sale
Christ Chuch.
Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana on April
"a Boston 7;" Philadelphia 6. : coast in a few days. ,He will havea
+r women's Clothes a specialty. 30lh, at Coe's Book Store, here seats
Chxago: 5; St. Louis 4. APARTMENTHOUSE few to dispose of. Ifou want
Give uSa, trial We will appreciate can he reserved
PLANS:
ON
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EXHIBITION
s4 Cleveland 14Dertoit,7.; some !palms gee him.
your business. When T. L. Gant recently'purchased -

PANAMA' HATS CLEANED AND Game-----r Today.Pnsacola the McCaskill property on'the corner J

its'? "" BLOCKED. and Fort Barranca willplay of Palafox and Gregory 'streets,, SODA WATER, AND Professional

-" REESE-MENDEL. TAILORING CO, at the fort this afternoon. Both he announced that he' intended to P I Directory
Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. teams are said to be composed of erect a large modern apartment ICE CREAM PARLOR N'

$ .==-" first class ,ball players. and in consequence house there. Plans for this structure THOS. PE8LEY,
j. an excellent game Is anticipated i- have been completed. and are on I
r ; by the faithful. The battle exhibition in one of the Standard. NICK APOSTLE, IS MiAKING GRE'AT' d de LAW .REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
Cc will start immediately upon the arrival Clothing Co.'s show indoors COLLECTIONS-
s of the 2 o'clock dummy .train at According to the plans the contemplated CHANGES IN PLACE HE RECENTLY :: PALAFOX AND ROMANA.PHONE i f.
a ei.
1 Fort Barrancas. The team; will lineup building'will be five stories'blgb 553.:
PURCHASED.' .
as. follows: fire-proof and modern throughout. s ll
Pensacola Switzep, 'pitcher; :Mc- The first floor will be devotedto
Govern, catcher; Graham first base; stores and the other, four floors Nick Apostle has a force of men! !
o 0 0 'L Sanchez, sencond base; Henry third will be arranged for flats to accommodate at work renovating and remodeling.i T.C.JATES M 0 0.
f Use; 1oore'short stop; Jones leftfield quite! a large:number offamilies.S. White's coffee saloon which: he recently ,

; Bell center< field; C. Bergin, L. Fulgham is the architect.BRAINS: purchased and in the courseof OPTICIAN
right field.'Barranca. .the next ten days it will be an altogether 306 7H/E5EV BU1UJIVG
Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida i in 1905.
m :!':Ward, second base; different looking place. ,

Hefner, short stop; Reston catcher; :Mr. Apostle intends to make a specialty Frank jp'loridaWe
yf I King! left', field; Elder right fief'; of the coffee, cake soda water ,Reilly, Agent, Pcnsacola WM, D. HOWE,

I Buzlnskl,, ,center field; McGaughe, an'd' ice cream feature of the -plac .
first .base; Baxter, third base; Car- When all of his contemplated I Improvements --- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT

m kllhi r.es. pitcher[ depend on selected FOOD, are made, Mr. Apostle: IGET YOUR 14i/2 EAST GOVERNMENT LAW ST,
t : That's place will be one of the very neatest
y Y High School Won. in the city. '
*; *i j The Pensacola High School juniors
? % .l 1 J d t HW (IL 11111 defeated team
I a representing Public&hool

mfp -- :No' 2, last afternoon by a GrapeNuts"THERE'S have a torpid liver WHY when Herbine,the
score'of 26 to 13. ElECTRIC FANS
Pl
The only liver; regulator will help you!
line-up follows
war: as. :
.4j' There is no reason why you should
P. H.
S. Juniors-Henry, catche
White, pitcher; Borras,, short stop;; A REASON. 'suffer from Dyspepsia, Canstipat'oChills n, ,

Brawner. first base; Shuttleworth, Read iThe Road to Wellyille. and Fever or any liver complaints -
when H-srbine will cure
second base: Sheridan third bass; found in the pkg. r you
Fell, left field; 'Coleman center field; F. C. Waite Westville Fla., writes"I : NOW
.L .1VALD MOULDED TROUSERS: Johnson, right field." was sick for a month with chills:
i and fever and after taking two hot'
School No. ;,2.--Di L :tro. catcher; .
t Pine pitcher ,Andersen, short stop ties of Herbine am well and healthy.
+ j Although ready-to-wear are Gould, first -bass; Myers, second; : Sold by_ .all druggists. have a large supply for sale'or rent. I n aDRJ.
t i .*. custom made' in everything ex base; ,Pitts.- ''third base; Myers, leftfield I
;ei$ cept being cut to individual ; Bell center field; Shea-berg MONDAY WE WILL SELL
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.;' measure; "but any trousers oft right fleloLCAN Union Labor Hall SHORT LENGTHS A. F. C. STAPLE They are the finest things in the world I 1 H. MOCK
this make. in your size will fit GINGHAM AT 5c. AL'ONE' OVER .

j: u .as If made especially for you. CNE PIECE. THEY RUN. 10 TO ,,,30
,'s,; ,=, In this collection you will find YOU:VOTE IN' THE PRIMARY Room 1, Old Armory Building. YARDS., to keep off the stegomyia. We can Dental
Surgeon.
d conservative and extreme cuts ? ARE YOUR POLL TAXES A LODGE. ROOM F. E. BRAWNERSDepartment
made of '''finest patterned worst PAID -FOR 1905 .IF'| NOT, YOU Store Crown I
and Work Speciait7Painless
teds and casslmeres. $3.00 tot CANNOT VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE sufficientto accommodate clean and repair .your old one._ Bridge Extracting of a Teeth.
+ $5.50 per pair. OF YOUR CHOICE. MAY 75 people fory!nt' at CAN YOU VOTE IN THE PRIMARY -, 28'
S. Palafox St.
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,axt ; White and Fancy Washable THE 4 IS THE LAST DAY FOR YOU reasonable rate.MECHANICS' ? ARE YOUR POLL' TAXES 7 and 9 Old Building!
Vests the new styles and patterns TO QUALIFY. ONLY 900 VOTERS PAID"FOR 1905 IF NOT, YOU! Armory
r ? r'u'w $1.00 to $2.50. ARE QUALIFIED: .I IN THE COUNTY. I CANNOT VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE E. \Vo PEARL Phone 1077.
HEADQUARTERS OF YOUR CHOICE. MAY

THE 4 IS THE LAST DAY FOR YOU !
rl.PF FULL LINE MEN'S SAMPLE Where employers can ae- sra ra> to':5
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TO QUAUY. ONLY 900 VOTERSARE tooll
j % STRAW 'HATSWORTH WHOLESALE cure help. Office clerk in )'" ;> +rs J'o morphine, ,
? QUALIFIED IN THE COUNTY.
i. Ml H.-0 ANSON $1.50' $2.00 $2.50, AND $3.00, charge all the time;>Jhonft' : EXPEXT ELECTRICIAN., \ PAINLESS elLrotoiomeo opium; laudanum,- ,r

+. WILL BE OFFERED MONDAY FOR 776 and you will be supplied MONDAY WE WILL SELL caloeorwmskef,*
98c. SEE WINDOW. i i.t PIU Etr isrga book ot per"
1. s 3 CASH CLOTHIER ,F. E. BRAWNER'S FULL tO-4 BLEACHED PEPPERAL Pcnsacola florid I iticaUrsoufiofflaorsanatorlam
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HOME WORKERS SHEETING' AT 24c. YARD NO ONt !, tnca.
Department '
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OVER 10 YARDS. : rooD II. ,
l t Corner Pitifox and Main. BUILD. ,HOMES. F. E. BRAWNER'S Un.'S"' 0 Cur t 104 N.Pryor di.Atlanta ,
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TRY BOS&O'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. .. H.I Department Store. 345 or Laundry Building \ Geor'S'J,
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j The old San Francisco is dead. The queer craft, to lose themselves in the broke out in 'Eye Wink Dance pie, largely overlooked in the hisfories of San Francisco. A district six edge of the precipice overlooking the

lightest hearted, most pleasure disreputable, tumbledown, but always Hall. The trouble was started by a of the early days; and this Latin blocks long and two blocks wide, bay, on the edge of which a wall kept I
foving city of this continent, and inJ118D mysterious shanties and small saloons.In sailor known as Kanaka Pete, who leaven has had its influence. I when the quarter was full housed 30,- their babies; from falling. The effect! H MOLINO I
} ways the most interesting ana: the back rooms of these saloons' lived in the What Cheer House, overa Brought up in a 'bountiful country, 000 Chinese. The dwellings were old was picturesque: and this hill was the!

romantic, is a horde of huddled refugees South Sea Island traders and captains woman known',as lodoform Kate. where no one really has to work very I business 'blocks of the early days; I delight of painters. It was all more I,

'living among ruins. It may re- fresh from the lands of romance, Kanaka Pete chased the man he had .hard to live nurtured on adventure,' but the Chinese had added to- them,! like Italy than anything in the Italian -:

baUd! : it probably will; but those who whaling masters, people who were marked to the Little Silver Dollar, scion of a free andnnerry stock the rebuilt them, had run out their own quarter of New York and Chicagothe Special to The Journal. "

hire Known that peculiar city by the tryin' to get up treasure_ expeditions; where he turned ,and punctured him. real native Californian is:: a distinc-I balconies 'and entrances, and had giv- very climate and surroundings ,. Molino, April 27.-Rain is very I
Goden! Gate and have! caught its flavor filibusters, Alaskan miners, used. to The by-product.of his gun made some tive type; as far from the Easternerin en it that feeling of huddled irregu- wine country close at hand, the bay much needed in this section. Some ,
of the Arab'an Nights feel that it meet and trade adventures. holes in the front of the Eye Wi k, psychology as the extreme south! larity which makes all Chinese bunt for their lateen boats, helped them. I of the farmers say their cotton has

,..,1 i-ver be the sam It is as: Where the Drifters Lingered. which were proudly kept as souvenirsand erner is from the yankee. .He is easy dwellings fall naturally into pictures.Not Over by the ocean and surroundedby i not come up :yet and will not until a ,1

thottt a pretty, frivolous woman had; There was another elemnt less picturesque were probably there until it went going, witty, hospitable, lovable! inclined -I only this, they had burrowed to a I cemeteries in which there are no rain. :
jgs-cu imouga a great tragedy. She; and equally characteristic, out in 'the fire. This was'low life, the to be .unmoral rather than im-' depth equal to three stories under the" more burials, there is an eminence We have a reminder that summeris

survives, but she is sobered and different along the water front. For San Francisco lowest of the low: moral in his personal habits, and ground, and through this ran passages which is topped by two peaks: and coming-our annual little visitors

If it rises out of the ashes it' was the :back eddy of European Until the las't decade almost anything above all easy to meet and to know. i in which the :-'Chine transacted their which the Spanish of the early days the mosquitoes.
Bast be a modern city, much like! civilization-one end of the world. except the commonplace and Above all.,there is an art sense all dark and devious: "affairs-as the j named after the breasts of the woman. We have also been reminded of the

other cities and wthout: its old flavor.! The drifters came there and< stopped, the expected might happen to a man through the 'populace which sets it smuggling of opium, the traffic ini At its foot was Mission Dolores, the an election in May by some of the ,
A Resort of all Races. i lingered a while to live by the'.nwlts: on the water front. The cheerful In- off from any other part of the country.' slave girls and the settlement of their' last mission planted by the Spanish candidates coming to see us. ;
The old San Francisco was a city of In a country where Hvng'after a fashion dusty of shanghaing was,reduced to a ,This sense is almost Latin in its! difficulties. padres in their march upon the coast, Col. :John Beard and Mr. :Jacob? f
and a gateway to adventure.It has always been it'! There from these hills the look- and others were here last week. Col.,.
romance marvelously science. A stranger taking a drink strength, and the Californian owes was less of this undergroundlife I and Spanish
opened out on the mysterious Pacific cheap. These people haunted the water in one of the saloons which hung. out to the 'leaven of ', Latin Wood. The: than formerly! for the board of ed for the first time upon the golden Beard int -Med the audience very ,.
the untamed ocean, and most of' front or lay on the grass on Ports- over the water 'might be dropped true Californian lingers in the north; I health had a cleanup some time ago; !!I bay. :,much with his eloquent speech.

China, Japan, the South Sea Islands,'I mouth Square. through! the floor, into a1 (boat, or he for Southern 1ifornia has been built: : but it was still possible to go from i !aiany years ago some one set up at Miss Katie Hall, of Pensacola who.

Lovrpr California, the west coast of I That square, the old plaza about might drink with a stranger and wake up by ."lun'gers"! from the -east and I one end of Chinatown to the other the summit of this peak a sixtyfootcross is and now Miss teaching Bessie Hannah school at of O Quintette thtette,. .

Central America, Australia that cameto which the city was ""built, Spansh: in the foracasUe of a whaler bound i middle west and is eastern in character through secret underground passages. cf timber. Once a high wind visiting in ""Molino last SaturcSy'Mr. ,
this country passed in through the fashion, had seen many th ng$. Therein for the Arctic.1 Such ah incident ", and feeling., The Chinese lived there their own life I iblew it down, and the women of the I were. Tom Tait spent one afternoon
Golden! Gate. There was a sprink- the first burst of the early days the the basis of }Frank" Norrls': novel, A City That Never ;Slept. in their own way. The Chinatown of Fair family then had it restored so![here last week, the guest of his
'!'ins. too. of Alaska and Siberia. From! vigilance committee used to hold its "Moran of the' La.dy Letty," and although !San Francisco never went to be.}. New York is dull beside it. And the firmly that it would resist anything.I aunts, Mrs. Grimbler and Miss Talt.I .
his windows on Russia Hill one saw i hangings. There'in the tine of the the novel draws it pretty There was no closing.lawt so that the|i tourist, who always included China. As it is on a hill it must have stood.It .i I Mrs. Pearl Browman came up Saturday
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always: something strange and sug-( sand lot riots Dennis Kearney who strong, it is not exaggerated. Tent saloons Kept open night and Sundays' town in his itinerary, saw little of the has risen for fifty :years above the r and 'went out to visit her parents
ge,''ivb creeping through the m'sts of| nearly pulled the town down about! years ago the. police and the foreign' at their-own sweet will :Most of them real life. The guides gave him a gay careless, luxuriant and lovable I Mr. and 'Mrs. Crabtree. Mr. ,

the baIt would be a South Sea Ii j his: ears, used to make his orations consuls, working together, stopped'I elected to remain open until 3 o'clock. show by actors hired for his benefit.In city in full view from every eminence I.f Bowman come Sunday morning and

Island urg, bringing in copra, to takeout I which set the unruly to rioting. InI this. "' in the- morning at least. yet this restaurant -! reality the place, had considerable and from every valley. It must stand they returned to the city Sunday af-"
co'tons and idols; Chinese junk[ these later years ,Chinatown lies on Notorious Kearney Street. I life does not exactly express importance in a fin cial way. There tonight above the desolation of ruins. ternoon.

with fanlike sails, back from an ex-, one side of it and the Latin ,quarter Kearney street a wilder and stranger the careless, pleasure loving characterof were clothing and cigar factories ot I Mrs. Edna Bayone and her little

pedn on after sharks' livers; an old I and the "Barbary Coast" on the other. Bowery, was the main thorough. the people. In every part their, importance, and much of the tea and! EXCITING ADVENTURES WITHA daughter Edwin of Womach Hill

whaler, wbich seemed to drip oil, On this square men used to ,lie all fare of these people. An exiled Californian pleasures were simple, inexpensive''! silk importing was in the hands >f I| LEOPARD SHARK !Ala., are here visiting their Aunts, )
back from a year of cruising in the day long and tell strange yarns. Stevenson mourning over the city of his and out cf doors. No people were( the merchants, who numbered several -, Mrs. Grimier and 'Miss Tail

Arctic Even the tramp windjam- lay there with them in his heart, said: t fonder, of expeditions into the coun-: millionaires. :Mainly, however, iv Mrs. Bayone will be here for sey-
mm were deep chested craft, capableof time and learned the things which he "In a half an hour of Kearney,, try, "cf picnics-which might be>I was a Tenderloin ,for the house ser- Advices come from Tampa that a eral weeks.
rounding the\ Horn or of circumna- wove into "The Wrecker" and his street, I could raise a dozen men for:; brought off at almost any season of. vants of the city-for the San Fran- Greek sponge diver recently had a decidedly Mrs. Gerald SMiirphy came up from

viga1 ng the globe, and they came in South Sea stories,> and now in thQ any wild adventure from pulling:i the 'ear-and often long tours in the cisco Chinaman: was seldom a laun. exciting experience with a i I Pensacola Saturday to visit her sister ,
streaked and picturesque from their center of the square there stands the down a statue to searching for the: great mountains and' forests. And dryman; he was too much in demanl monster leopard shark near Tarpon i !Mrs. Dan Proctor.Mr. .
beautiful vice. at fancy prices Springs, says the Ocala Banner. and his Mr. Walter .
long voyaging.In 'Stevenson monument; Cocos Island treasure. hospitality was nearly a |I. as a servant. Mackey son ,
the orange colored dawn which stands or stood-one finds his tenses This is hardly an' xagge:at1on. As in the early mining days, if, The Chinese lived their own livesin The Greek was working in a very I came Sunday and spent Sunday '
alwa\s comes through the mists of queerly mixed in writing of this city These are a few of the elements they liked the stranger the people their own way and settled their fine sponge bed, about! forty feet below i with Mr. ana', Mrs. Proctor. ,

'that bay, th$ fishing. fleet would crawl which is and yet is no more. In later which made the city strange and gaveit j took him in. At the first meeting the|::. own quarrels with the revolvers of the surface, when the shark slipped Mr. Byrd Cooper, Mr. Wm. H.
In under triangular lateen sails, for years the authorities put up a municipal the glamour of romance which has local man probably had him put up at' their highbinders. There were two suddenly upon him. The man Trimmer and Mr. W. A. Miller of this
the fishermen of San Francisco bay building on one s'-de! of the square so strongly attracted such men as: the club; at the second, he invited theatres in the quarter, a number ofj turned to fight the shark, which deliberately -,'I place have gone to Confederate reunion -

are all Neapolitans who have brought I and prevented the loungers for de- Stevenson, Frank Norris and Kipling.: him home to dinner. As long as he rich joss houses, three newspapersand knocked him down with his at New Orleans.Mr. .
their customs and their costumes cency's sake, from lying oa the grass.I This lay apart from- the regular life' stayed he was being invited to week a Chinese telephone exchange. tail. The man managed to signal his Jake Moore an old resident of

and sails with lateen rigs shaped like Since then some of the peculiar char- of the city, which was distinctive in! end parties at ranches:, fo little din- There is a race feeing\! against the fellow divers above and was very Molino died Thursday at 6 o'clock p.
the of of the in this that and to Chinese the working people of quickly drawn from the water. The E- /
ear a horse when the wind fills aster old plaza has gone. itself. I ners or restaurant among
them and stained an orange brown. Barbary Coast a Bit of Hell. The Californian! is the second generation the 'houses of his new acquaintances, San Francisco' and no white man, except shark continued the attack but fortunately -

Smelting' Pot of the Races." The Barbary coast was a loud bit of a picked and mixed stock. until his; engagements grew beyond the very lowest outcasts, livedin the man ,was taken out of New Road Completed Soon

Along the water front the people of of hell No one knows who coined I The merry, the adventurous, often! hope of fulfilment. There; was rather the quarter.On the water before being injured.W. The Birmingham, Columbus & SL

these craft met. "The smelting pot the name. The place was simply I the desperate, always the brave, deserted too much of it. At the end of a fortnighta the Slopes of Telegraph Hill. Andrews Railroad will, we are iufo:'med -
of the races," Stevenson called it; three blocks of solid dance halls, the South and New England in stranger with a pleasant 'mile anda On the slopes of Telegraph Hill B. HUBBARD' CANDIDATE soon be completed from Chipiey to

; and thig was always the city of his there for the delight ,of the sailors of 184S!; to rush around the Horn or to' good story left the place a wreck. dwelt the Mexicans and Spanish, ;n FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDW. the bay. The fact that this new line
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soul There are black G'l'bert' Islander the world. On a .fine"" 'busy night every, try the perils of the plains. They. This tendency 'ran through all grades low houses, which they had transformed -I of road opens up a vast territory rich

almost indistinguishable from negroes door blared loud dance music from found there already ; lighter Kanakas from Hawaiior orchestras, steam pianos and: grama-,I hands of the Spaniards youngefsons Ing people who kept the tracks and I Spain. Above; and streaming overthe member of the school 'board from another direct line from the gulf

Samoa: Lascars in turbans; thickset phones and the cumulative effect of I of hildalgos and many of them of the the fighting ame alive. These also hill, were the Italians. The tenement -, District No. 3, is one of cambia northward, is causing all eyes to be
Russian sailors; wild Chinese with the sound 'which reached the street: proudest blood of Spain. To a great met the stranger-and also took him I quarter of San Francisco shone I county's oldest and best known citizens. turned in that direction. The new ad.

unbraided hair; Italian fishermen in was at least strange. :Almost any I extent the pioneers intermarried with I in. by contrast with that of New York He has been a member of the of Butler & Simmons, real estate deal-
tam o' hanters, loud shirts and blue thing might be happening' behind the i Spanish women; in fact, except for .a'. The Burrows of Chinatown. I I for while these\ people'lived} in old and i. county executive committee for a ers, of Chipley, Florida, appears in

sashes: Greeks, Alaska Indians, little! swinging doors. For a fine and picturesque : proud little colony here and there, the'I The foreign quarters are worth an.; humble houses they had; room to. number of :years and he has tne esteem this issue. They are on the ground,
Spanish-Americans, together with bundle of names characteristic old Spanish blood Is sunk in that of article in themselves. Chief, of these I breathe and a high eminence for light I and confidence t>f all who know I and will be glad to answer all! inquiries -

men of all the European races. These, of the place, a police story of'I' the conquering race. Then there was was, of course, Chinatown, of which I I and air. The'r: shahties clung on the II him. Mr. iHubbard resides in the concerning that interesting ;

came in and out from among the! three years ago is typical: Hell an influx of intellectual French peo" every one .has heard who ever heard i I side of the hill or hupg on the very II I northwest part of the county. I part of our state.




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which' call for the use of a metaphorical -" should cause an entire change of rela- Some would call it an old fashionedidea I-==<=
surgical instrument. If you don't tions. Some people seem to think that that has no place in the advanced
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CHAPTER That Delectable Matrimofu wield it yourself the little girl ought to, I the tender little attentions which: mark civilization of today. The mountainsand I !! DAINTIES for the
on and if you need it she will, unless I am I the period of courtship 'and that immediately the hills, the lakes and the rivers,
mistaken, In my judgment of her. But follow ,the wedding are in- are old fashioned, and they are no more
*, nial! Sequence, the Honeymoon ---Do Not S. you can'* treat a woman's faults in that |, compatible ,ith the struggle for a living immutable than human nature, of which II LENTEN TABLEPOTATO

Caspar way. Dictation, opposition, force, may ; that the kiss, the caress, the lit- love is the highest expression. In spiteof
Permit It to Come to a Speedy End, but Cherish get results, but it will be at the expense -I tle compliments, are not only unneces- all of our culture, men and women,
of happiness. You can't run a sary, but even foolish. If you desire under the veneer, are just the same ss CROQUETTES. one
B Yost would Your happiness nearly absolute as possi- they were when Pan played his pipesin half pounds of cooked -
It and It Indefinitely home as you a factory. as potatoes
Prolong : : : : :: :: ::
wife Is not a servant or your inferiorin ble here below, don't make that mis- the groves of Arcadia. We are as I through a sieve. Melt an
anything but physical strength. Be- take. God made us, and while we may develop ounce of butter in a saucepan, put ia
sides, she is a woman, and as such is I 'Love' Is Kot All. the brain we can't alter its composition the potatoes and stir them over the tire
entitled to the fullest measure of that Love alone is'not sufficient for a woman ,.nor can we eradicate the love long- for a few minutes, then add two tea-
[Copyright. l!05. by C. S. Yost] j: fledged haven't even sprouted. That is will have that intimate acquaintancewhich chivalric courtesy which every gentle- She hungers for its'outward and ing from a woman's heart So let her spoonfuls of chopped parsley the yolk ,
DEAR BOY-Your mother the amazing discovery every newly is absolutely essential to domestic man owes to the other sex. That she visible manifestation, and it is a hunger have all she wants. of an egg and a good seasoning of salt -
My I have just returned married man makes, and the quicker' happiness. A long while ago somebody is your wife increases your obligationin that can never be fully appeased.A Keep the Love Light Burning and pepper. When the mixture is thoroughly -
the wedding in which he makes it and becomes reconciled the said "Man, know thyself!" and I this respect. I have heard of women man can rest content in the confidence hot turn it on a plate, spread it
were, to us, the most better it is for his future welfare. would paraphrase that, and, I believe who doubted their husbands' love if of his wife's! affection and doesn't I am writing al this now because I over evenly and leave until cold. Then
Interesting if not the most conspicuousfigure. Angels are all well enough in pictures improve It, by saying, "Man, know thy they neglected the periodical beating, worry if she neglects to express it in want to keep you from settling down In take a tablespoonful of the mixture and
It was a great wedding. Never but they would 'certainly grateon wife!" It's much more important. On but I never saw any of that class andI words or actions. But she is of differ- the all too customary way after your form it into a ball. When the balls are
return from your wedding trip. You
saw anything quite so pretty in my life. our ner.tm if we had to associate doubt- their exfstence. No, the only ent fiber. She wants to hear you say shaped beat up an egg and have some
Everything was' in good taste and you with them. Nor perfection to be desired way to correct a woman's fault, if it "I love you" once in awhile, t'o feel your will have to resume breadcrumbs ready to use. Brush each
went through your part like a little in a genuine flesh and blood wo really needs correction, is by a pres- arm steal around her and your lips the chase: ball with the egg and coat it in crumbs.
. man, I was almost proud of you. man. This would be a mighty tire- sure so gentle she never suspects its pressed to hers. She never grows after dollars, andyou'll' to't Have ready a pan of frying fat. Whena
And $; he bride! My boy, I believe some world if all j of us did exactly as tawq existence, applied with the patient persistence weary of these things, and she never have little bluish smoke arises from it put in the
i I
Jrou've discovered something that's bet- Wfl f ought It is malrjy our faults and thit is in all things irresistible. -I grows too old to appreciate them. Their sprint a balls and fry them a golden brown
ter than a goldmine the faults of others that furnish us the You know that in the grinding of I neglect is the beginning of Indifference faster than bej j Drain well on kitchen paper and serve
Unless my diversion that makes 'life worth while. a lens fot a great telescope the final and indifference is love's deadliest foe. fore, but that Iwon't i'' while smoking hot.
judgment is i, That isn't strictly orthodox, but it's work is 'done with the palm of the bare Without love marriage degenerates first justify you I;, Cauliflower au Gratin.-Trim off the
mightily at fault,I true, and I believe it will continue to hand. If you bend a twig sharply it to a mere convenience and then to a in little putting the/ stalk and all but four or five leaves of
she's all right be true as long as humanity retains that will break, but if you bend it gently condition of bondage! in which iron a shelf girl like up on a the cauliflower. Let it soak in cold
ik Your mother is innate cussedness which dominates it. and secure it in its new position you chains take the place of roses, chains piece of valuable water for half an hour, then put it in a
.. -i just as well Don't inter, however, that 'consider can by constant repetition of the proc- which the divorc.e'.courts are too often bric-a-brac saucepan of well salted boiling water
| pleased as I am, imperfections and attractions to "Increase -, ess mold it to any form you desire. So called upon to sever. ,If you do not give in shoving nor her and let it boil until tender. When don

r ,._ and that's saying in corresponding ratio. A little the ideal husband and wife consciously your wife frequent evidence of your affection back into the I' lift it out of the water carefully and
a great deal for salt is necessary to make your food and unconsciously mold each other's you will have only yourself to kitchen drain. Place it on a hot dIsh: squeezing <
to become -
her for she never palatable, but a very. little I more will You can't run a home as you would a disposition. Domestic happiness, my blame if she turns to some one else for your cook. it lightly into a nice shape with tht
I could see any girl spoil It. A faultless wife Is, likely to "factory.the son, is the highest form of bliss attainable that which her nature demands. No; She Is neither a Putting the little girl hand and a clean towel. While thi
Waking quite good enough be Insipid; and good, healthy imper- on earth and it is worth all the you cannot possibly attach too much upon the shelf. cauliflower ia cooking prepare the fok
be
me in the goddess to
middle of the up ulgut. for vuYou fections should rather because for rejoicing other hand. it is just as necessary trouble it generally takes to se.cure it. importance to these seemingly Insig- worshiped from afar nor a menial to lowing sauce: Melt one ounce of butter ,
know she doesn't than lament., So, my boy, when that the wife know the husband, but I nificant things. They are the very stir If half an ounce of flour th'f
A Perpetual Honeymoon.The be bossed at close range. She is just a
hesitate to say whom she likes or dislikes you find one' in your dear little' bride don't care to discuss that side of the add one And a half gills of milk astir
delightful bundle of flesh
idea of the honeymoon is and blood
and she usually settles the point question. I don't feel competentReform popular over the fire till the sauce bolls antthickens.
and designed for
oa sight.! ,,.so I was very uneasy, as no .4-------- -. Y..r Faults, lot Ileri. a period of a few weeks immediately and nerves attaining her highest everyday happiness wear in Season it carefully and stii
oosbt you were, about the way Mrs. You may wonder that I don't suggesta following the wedding during which the loving and helping you. an ouncq of grated cheese into it. Pour
John, Jr., would strike her. But she I study of your wife's virtues. Lord couple skylark around over the coun- Do this sauce over the cauliflower. Sprin-
all therefore
took to her new daughter-in-law like a bless you, my, boy, you don't need, to I try making spectacles of themselves for that love you light can to keep kle another onnc'of the cheese and a
burning brightly, for if
duck to an orphan chick, and I attach study them. They will fall upon you the amusement of anybody who hap- the right sort few browned crumbs over the top of the
now importance to that than I do to and envelop you and permeate you, pens to be observing them. It is a you are will be based your hers.own happi- cauliflower. Put the dish in a quick
ness Love
my OWn jUdgment. have 'period :of unrestrained billing and cooIng upon oven till the cheese is nicely browned.
and all you to do is to appreciate her always and let her know, let her
Why, she's by the end of which they are sup- then serve very hot.
so tickled that she persists them and give frequent evidence ,of know let her know that love her.
in waking me up In the mid- I your appreciation. Virtues seldom posed to have become satiated and return you Sweet Omelet. Break four eggs,
That is the fatal mistake of
lI;e of the night I home to settle down to a practical, so many- carefully separating the yolks and
have domestic
juto an audience cause trouble unless they are their love to themselves
*hlle the doses of a stock of II I1 \I lit r\'Va c I allowed to become aggressively active, everyday life in which love and its out- it keeping to be ashamed, aslf.. whites. Add one ounce of powdered
adjectives that lit ,dI W "4i ward manifestations are not expectedto were something of, sugar and a little vanilla to the yolks
be
gould astonish a and then, as a rule, they cease to until continual suppression extinguishesit
}frenchman. You little know, my boy Voy virtues. Just confine your attention to figure to any great extent. I sin- entirely. Exercise is and stir them till they are a thick froth.
now much she cerely hope you will not take that view as necessary to Add a few grains of salt to the whites
has missed you since I I (1J her faults. If these are little ones be I can see no reason why the return to love as it is to all attributes of life,
you went out t If of It. The honeymoon should not be and whisk them to a stiff froth. Melt
> wrestle with fortune on thankful and let them alone. any earth should cause an entire change.foundations'of physical, mental or spiritual. This is
your own hook 8 to subject to limitations of place or of half an ounce of butter in an omelet
and don't
try
you can hardly shou-d look to be serious not theory but fact, which has been
appreciate what a concession it is for remove them with an ax. You are likely time., As a mere outing it should be domestic happiness. You and over in since the I pan. Mix the whites of the eggs quickly -
her to look with favor upon this young to sprain your arm and dull the tool made brief; as a sentimental condition, may provide comfortable home and world proven over and ag and lightly with the yolks, stirring
began my own experiencedoes
"oman who has taken possession of Treat them with tact and patience and modified by the activities and necessi- every material desire 'of her heart, you not differ from that of, countless them as little as possible. Pour the
You. After awhile you will understand love and in the course of time perhaps ties that demand bread and butter at may treat her with courta;y and kind- thousands of others who bear testimonyto mixture into the pan, place it on the
but not now. a long time, you can so modify them regular and frequent intervals, it should ness, you may. give her high social position fire for about three minutes, then put
but tf she lovef all these its truth. it in the oven for another three
AnjceU ti will unobjectionable continue until death breaks the bond.I you are minute
become
Without that they
I AVingt. Angels are all well enough in'pictures. have been married thirty years and as nothing if 'unaccompanied by the Your mother reminds me that it is to set it and slightly brown the top.
suppose YOU are pretty' well! along or even likable. time for to be in bed, I must
sentimental! .expressions of me so Turn the omelet
on a piece of
"Ith am still in the midst of my honeymoon, purely your sugared
some
your\ honeymoon by this time and don't have a conniption fit. but tnake a All this, however, presupposes bring this epistle to a close. With love
affection for her. -With visible love Spread one-half of
this in its paper. it with
Bnless failings, which. and I hope to see moon. meridian own a
your Jot Is different from thnt of it and when y"bu get an oppor- attention to your own
of note to the new Mrs. Sneed-God bless her-
in the
Nber and more for many years to come. You she will live happily humblestcotta&e. little jam and fold over the other halt :
mortals you have made some dis- tunity, analyze It tenderly. They may are probably more numerous : I remain affectionate father,
your
wveries. You have than hers, and in the casef should never cease to be lovers. I can I Put it on a lace paper doily and terri ;
but pronounced
"t.t the'wliua found I don't oubt, keep you pretty busy tor awhile there more circumstance..see'.no' reason why the return to eutk Bent -i.opl --w kld smile at th1I. JOHN SNEED u Quickly aj poscible. .
are
man
you supposed, were. full! wh ID zoo get them all classified you a cI ,

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.it RISING And ailments many from other which painful\ most and mothers.:serious MAYOIR B.L15S 14i MURPHY r if IS BIK a Y w. rMs .


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envelope by addressing application to F RI EN D On his way back to Jacksonvilleafter bt

Bradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta Ga. STATES THAT HE HAS NOTHINGTO Enormously popular. a tour in Mexico, the irrepressible : { .
/Pat ,Murphy, of the East Florida -t. = e
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RETRACT REGARDING HIS|
in unsuspecting
Metropolis, burst upon
-- ---- --- DEALERS
-- -- i POSITION ON THE FLORIDA ALL GOOD Psnsacola yesterday, good na-1 4 a

SELL ITTetley's Lured a, usual, and loaded to the a I.ag F

BLANCA WHARF 'MATTER muzzle-with facts and figures relative ,' t ,
f to the sister ,Rapublic. Of his r
r. RECORDS OF COUNCIL ARE 1' trip in the land of ,manana he had V

i: the following to say:
? QUOTED. ___ L "'Leaving the 'Ward Line steamer

.,. r after a 'Very pleasant run from" Havana 4t
'''' ,I landed! in the ancient city of :
x *Mayor Bliss has issued the following Vera ,Cruz. (The True Cross). : .
.
; ;.card which is-. self>: xplanatory "It .is a shipping port of importance

i"" anent the ''Florida.Blanca.. : street :In Mexico, but almost destituteof e L 3
v'i
-wharf/ question: any other business as far as I J '
\ Bailor: Pensacola Journal: Tea co id see."Timebeing. > 1 1M
\\l note in your last issue a comjrunication ,,. shcrt I hurried on to
from Aldermen Sol Cahn the offices of the Jnteroceanic; Rail- > VNNl

and Jas. McHugh/informing the citizens .. Tetley's Tea is too way where I was most kindly received v.
fr I, of Pensacola" that ,the franchise by their corteous and most I ,
committee was unanimous in its report fine ',.to be:spoiled in able terminal superintendent! Mr. H.

r regarding the, Florida Blanca \ the making. A. McOulloch, who, on learning my
street wharf franchise, and stating requirements placed every facility
.
that AJdsrman.the: explanationwas Muldon. in justiceto Follow the direc-' PI at my my, journey.disposal for, the continuationof ANNIE OAKLEY

La In taking notice of this communication lions* ". "Leaving Vera Cruz in the early THE WORLD'S GREATEST LADY RIFLE SHOT
I do so as a ;private citizen, ..i' \ n rning'we almost at once began the
and ;not as an officer and I want to '. ascent' to ,the higher altitudes and Ina USES AND RECOMMENDSNEVBRO9S
say to the public that .I' haven't one 1l'; distance of about eight ,miles rise

. //1'1'.l iota to in this retract matter.in regard to my position need damage is more to our'streets."Therefore pf
r 'T&. enter out solemn;
a have always contended'that the "The amazing 'richness of plant
of the
against I the closing
protest
city of Pemsaeola should retain hJr lice 13 almost incredible. Coffee
. 7 f water front, and not give it away to said roao! and ask your honorable bushes weighed down with a I
) be
body to take such steps as may
who asks for it without
everybody wealth of golden brown berries are
immtrciataly
adequate consideration. 1 am still of recessary tQ have the same. seen under the shade of the prolific HERPICIDE
!
the same opinion. I think ,that my reopened. banana trees, the leaves; of which one
"We also enter protest againstthe
our
record In office will show that I am coula! touch as the train sweeps onward -
opposed:! to the city relinquishing its city surrendering its water fron and ever upward.

L/ water front without ample considera worth rroperty many, which thousands may of shortly dollars be toanyone "Groves of lime, lemon and orange Tne Original Remedy that "kills the dandruff germ."
t tion. This matter to 'Which 1 referis
trees fill the air with a delicious
r i without consid
an entirely different matter alto eration. an adequate : fragrance while magnificient belts of "Traveling as I do continuously, I have been

gether. Questions Asked. (Signed) Chas. H. Bliss, Alex timber are seen stretching away on troubled a great deal with dandruff and falling hair,
.
either side."Altogether
3 II The City of Pensacola, for a con Ross Louis, Phillip Peake, ,Paak Charles, (Phillip P. Bell Hannah., A T. the scenery Is unsur-- until I tried Herpicide I never found a remedy sand

r sideration, gave away a wharf privi- Babe." passed and visiting Americans or that was satisfactory.
1 C Hge twenty'Lve (25) years ago, and, Britishers: should make a point! of ..
a before that wharf privilege had expired An Ordinance. passing over this line while in "Herpicide is a delightful preparation that fulfills

I ap -.F oc4a Alderman Minion, some weeks On Nov. 27th- ;nine days later at R Mexico. the claims made for it, and no lady's toilet is complete I
asked the council to withdraw a
ago "The conductors-who by the
special meeting the following action way
ck8ftttslUi', I motion to adjourn in order that he was taken, according to the minutesof speaK English-are most kind and without it. I highly recommend it to my
1 t tuuSN,as.a. might report this matter to the council. attention to and will friends. ANNIE "
. the council of that date: passengers (Signed) OAKLEY.
No action was taken, and subsequently
I "The said chairman\ then submitted point out and name everything of interest
I as chairman of the finance an ordinance be entitled an or- ; and the journey sparkles Tt is certainly significant that Miss Oaklej, the celebrated I rifle

I committee, he made the report finance to abandon and vacate a with ;such from the mighty Brisaba shot and theatrical star, who has travelled so extensively abroad,

j under discussion. Nobody has ques- certain 'part of L street, in the Max who throws his snowclad peak full should choose Newbro's Herpicide as the most efficacious ten:et reinedy -
.r..r 3 toned but that the report was unanIinously ent Tract, South of Petterson street, 18,000 feet into the heavens, to the for the scalp. No one will doubt her opportunity to choose!' the
the report of the committee ruined and lonely monastery, situatedon best, and those who have
with the city attorney's opinion that seen the natty and naojie: Miss Oa.kle,
: nor that it has been adopted by the same would be valid if adopted.It some green clay: hill, filled with! will not doubt her power of discrimination in matters of this sor*.
', the council ''but it does rather
; seem was moved and seconded that said the ghost of bygone greatness. Ne\vbro's Herpicide is a scientific germicide an4 proph\iati! ': for
.'r- '. peculiar that such haste 'should b4 ordinance be put upon its third reading -, "Here and there I caught fleeting the hair and scalp, it destroys the germ or microbe that causes, dand-
taken to jyoid a franchise 'before it and passage. Carried. The said glimpses of the remains of what was ruff, itching scalp and falling hair, after which the hair Kill growas
White Rock. had expired. Why does! not the once a paved road and I am informed
ordinance The American athletes now en council pass resolutions voiding other time aLt; : j\ ,passed. Yeas 11. Najs: fr.y the conductor that it is remnants Herpicide.
franchises that
are shortly to expire None. Alderman Muldon not voting."! of the road ""built by the Spaniards in If hair is dull, brittle lustreless .,'
route to Athens to compete for the ? Why'am I singled out in' thisiratter your or don't wait until it 1.
he days of Hernando Cortez to
Thus it will be seen that Mr. Cahn gins to fall but save it withNewbro's :
world's greatest prizes will be assisted ? Is the city council sosoli Herp'cide. In addition ro<>
and Mr. MoHngh voted to give Mr. bring riches of the city of Mexico to its wonderful medicinal qualities, Newforo's
In international records Herpicide is the daint.
winning citous that I will upend a few dofiars .
Vera Cruz for to ,
t by the fact that WHITE ROCK was' and lose them? If not, what is the Muldon a water front privilege without But Old Mexico shipment has Spain. est and most delightfully refreshing hair dressing available Th-

, selected over all waters as the best matter? Would it not look a great any consideration. I congratulate the new her ancient; : given placeto first application proves its goodness. Try it
them their conversion to ; people are
r1y' for them to drink while. away from ceal better to let a man die beforrou the policy upon I have always advocated, nearly extinct so it was quite a shockto
I' their native shores. ; bury him, than; to try to bury that of the city keeping its water me to find one of the old Aztec Herpicide contains no grease it will not stain nor dye.

tAC a 1 WHITE ROCK and buoyant strength him alive? There was plenty v of front or receiving a resonalble compensation race in Vera Cruz, wearing the uniform STOPS ITCHING OF THE SCALP INSTANTLY.At .
go together. Ask your doctor about It. time to void the franchise after the therefor.If and wielding the club of a-Po
time had expired. The wharf was liceman." Drug Stores-Send 10c in stamps for THE HERPICIDE
I, and my associates were asking sample to
The Lewis Bear Co.
rot going to run away, or the
t the city council to abandon COMPANY, Dept. L., Detroit, Mich
, .' Distributers in Pensacola FJa, -. .. owners either, and if they lost any Florida Blanca street and to allow PURCHASED LARGE STOCKOF

..' ," .. ._' "'' ,,-," ''' .. ,', ;- oney in the matter, it was their to fence it and the ,
a.. :, :, ::: 'c'- : : : :: : : : bisiness, and theirs alone. us up keep public ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES W. A. D'AIEMBERTE Druggist and Apothecary

Now the peculiar thing about the away from it, it would to 3 a parallelcase ,
to that of .Mr. Muldon's, but we >:. W. Peake has just returned SPECIAL
matter is the "change of heart" of AGENT
are not asking for anything, we are from New Orleans and other points, ,
the city council. In 1903 an ordinance -
simply exercising our rights. In- where he had been .purposely to purchase -
was introduced abandoning the 201 South Palafox
stead of wanting to fence off the a large stock of electrical sup Street Pensacola, Fla.
foot of L street on the water front to
1 B the property and to absorb it as Mr. plies. Mr. Peake's intention is to SEE WINDOW .
Mr. lluldon without one cent of re- DISPLAY.NlNlINNl101NlNOON00NNOlN010110
&l J-------------- .- -- Muldon has done, we want to improve ., carry a full line of all kinds of sup- 'fJ
eration numeration whatever and ,without giving any him consid-the- the property for the benefit 'plie., so that he will be able to fill --j ,,..,.,. .,, -'''' '" f
cf the public, ana'' incidentally our- all craters as soon as received and
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY privilege to fence' it up and keep the sdv s. If the city wishes to buy our handle any size job. --- -- .L.
public off of it On Nov. 18, 1903.
the property it has a perfect right to do 'Pensacola is really in need of such .
following petition was sent to the
i so. a thing and he intends to fill the .
council by the of in eeee
ia t PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE, .Prop. No.8. WEST ROMUNAST.h that vicinity owners property Wants Explanation. need to the letter. Mr. iPeaKe is *

I --- --- ":"Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 18, 1903. 1 would like to see some of these (practical electrician and is always The
r. "To the Honorable Major and City solicitous people explain to the pub- ready to figure on any size job, Furniture Store 1
absolute
Council of Pensacola.ntletnten lic the difference between Private guaranteeing satisfaction in

$ -iWla, _the under.: gIed Citizen Muldon and Private Citizen all cases. 1e

fcjli. W -1k resident property owners on the Bliss. It Mr. ,Muldon fences off a That Helps You !

: '; Your Kitchen Plumbing,Modern? ay Little Bayou respectfuly submit to street, the action is aoquiesed in. if for DON'T PUT OFF ..
{ RiAS yJ you the following facts: Mr. Bliss fences off a street ,. with tomorrow what you can do today. 0j
/ APASy
, While it is commendable to give the utmost "First-There is a street or road precisely the same title, the same If you put off buying a bottle of Ballard's .
Snow Liniment, when that pain Is the one that fits out jour home :
way along the water front in the rights and in the same plac?, there! with furnitii-
: attention to the construction of your bathroom vicinity of Brent's mill which we are injunctions and court proceedings.If comes you won't have any, buy a bottle : lets you pay for it while you are using it, and n. ..' .

i H is advisable to give as equally good attention to the sanitary have used for years; in fact, the Mr. Muldon asks for a street on I I today. A positive cure for Rheumatism t small amounts as to be hardly noticeable. Just t.t ..' 1\ :

i.&H of kitchen. public has had the use of this roadway the water front carrying with it the I I Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted of a ee

, ; equipment your many :years ibefore the property water front privileges, wharf ,privileges Mueles, etc. T. S. Graham, i :

Talc into consideration the fact that all food is in became a part of the city of Pensa and all, it is given to him with Prairie Grove, Ark., writes: 0
i your prepared cola. cut e cent of consideration but if "I wish! to thank you for the good : Complete Bedroom SuitA :
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:the kitchen and that the utensils in results I
which it is prepared depend upon Second-1Recently-* this roadwaywas Mr. Bliss buys a street that has already received from Snow Lint- Y (

t the sanitary temporarily closao: by a piece of I been given or sold to coma ment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism For ee
I L I lumber being nailed across it by body eke, he is to be notified to vacate after others had failed. Sold : $20.00. :

t; r equipment of I II Mr. Brent, it !being claimed that the that same property although he by all druggists. e

I the kitchen i bridge across a little' stream was un expects to improve it for the benefit r .
safe."Third. of the city. : sideboard for $15.00, Mattress for 2.50, Matting :

# i for theircleanliness. -An ordinance is now before As! a. private citizen I protest $1.00 WHITE BED SPREADS GO : cents a yard laId free, and everything else in proper:. *
SW against such action. MONDAY .FOR 73c. SEE WINDOW. Ton't you come in and
j : jour honorable body proposing T feel that buy today. :
im F. E. BRAWNER'S
fT J that the city shall abandon all claimto there is enough sense of justice ex- e *
VlS>; i Is this facto i iI the water front rights of L street isting in the people of Pensacola to Department Store
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$ A; < I, I I' alone not suf. ; in this vicinity, which if passed will right these discriminations when' iMARSTON

I(t2ta* ,- fcienttowar i ge away valuable city property for they have an opportunity to 'to TSO. & QUINA *
r the benefit of one of your honorable CHAS. H. BLISS. .' *
100.00 REWARD
rant th.installation f I I body and his associate 1 108/110.S,..Palafox. I St Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. i

-.,. of ''Fourth-Only stejterday/ Hon. flOO.OQ reward will be paid for the r
a \ James Muldon, a member of you arrest and delivery to the sheriff of ','!. 1l1. .0lNHOl400N, DOl00.a0.N100lINNl000010ION

rR ; ; thoroughlysanitary honorable body closed the said road Walton county., one Charlie Renols -

t kitchen to the public, In' the vicinity of said a negro. Description: Height 5 feet -----,-.--.-- :
I ,I ( street, also at M street by building Shirts Laundered 10. or 11 Inches;' weight about' 160 or .t

1'I, i sink ? :' fences across the saial: road to the 170 pounds; bright mulatto with med-:
I &i" : 'water on the bay front. Sum, large eyes. Has: scar on upper 1
: We'Yould i iI
I I Ii "Fifth-The closing of ,said roadway to Rt lip to the right of nose and when last
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i Lie to exam- : causes Mr. Peake and his work- seen, he ,wore a blue faded Jumper

'tM;. I' be the plumbing in your kitchen and if it is defective tell you the 1 menvho pass to and from his ship. We launder Shirts to fit the; overalls, a gray cap, a new pair of No
yard in the vicinity of L street to body the maker No', 8 ;'fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to 1/ istverltabledragoaofill-healty
as
intended.
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i cost of.putting in a ISfauMasl Porcelain Enameled : travel Itleares
Sink with taitspatbpeeoUartoAmericansp
over a half
!, an a mile to get the stretching out of shape. Om: be 'paid by J. Ricttbourg &: Co.. robab otheronedie2it..r
I 'i abundant supply of hot and cold running wa,er. This done, distance of one'squa.re; 'to particu- starching and ironing machine Crestview" Fla. 1 '
m larize, to now travel 'from L to M 5g' of the aystern woos the first Indication
I cleanliness will be assured. ery is especially ,- malady s
., I street one is compelled to travel design. ; v gain in e, or that deadly nsnalty co ed with
J : ed for our Star domestic finish,. :TRY BOSSOS CREAM. PHONE 1325. Don't Doi mlaeral--talc incl.o .
: Our I square east, ,about 21, square I e s Dan Kota. It isa'i si an
booklet "Modern necessary
Home Plumbing shows the either
? several north, about 2%' squares west and only proper finish for shirts ... 1> itlve y gnaraniRstoearmtadrbrcrccae

:ti.iL kitchens equipped with .s tandmd' Sinks. Call, write or phone 2>: squares back south to get a" die lasts collars well and, even cuffs In and hot one weather that; ;-A swell line of Ladies' Oxfords / HERBINE

for 'a Every 'Standa'd",Sink is tance of one !square. Of course the
i p copy. fully guaranteed. l1) just received
i* ) public generallyhas to tmtE'l'thIs ., agyfoni of mslsna. It Ir
aft Ba. a l the rirwee +;
circuitous way to travel the beach The Star Steam Wm. Johnson & Son and eons ofeir olqutulaeCorrect. 1.anurerkidoeandrwmecLtroubka

sinCe the said fences, bul _
WICKE were t. **-- $Ocperbottle
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9; :very few streetsor
Laundry. MONDAY( WE WILL SELL 10
roadways in this 4r i +
part >of the -YARDS-"LONSDALE CAMBRIC
K ..- and the closing of said road is. not 37 Sarden St. Phone 114.Penucola. $100.: ,.,.'.. '->;- .' .;.... .: ; FOR- 1
only :
a great intoavenienee-
it -to" the Fin.. F. E. !!RAWNER'SDep'iIrtment

general public but it is directly a _ .- n. ___. Store. AIL DE LERS.


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JOURNAC, ,. .'SUNDAY. MORNING. APRIL 29... 1908. .*- r PA- E- Et-'EYBN-- .

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. HOW TO; FIND OQT. ;
It Is the function of the kidneys to filter .-

: and purify the blood which inconstantly :i

; passing through them. :

I When the kidneys are out of order the ;

la wO other organs are affected immediatelyand I

you may have symptons of heart
trouble, stomach and liver trouble: and .;

ti ther ailments,whichare; all owing to the
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4 kidneys being weakand out of order.'U >

? 'you are sick Foley's Kidney

Cure will strengthen and build up the

worn'.out tissues of the kidneys so they

will ,act properly and the symptons of

Weakness,_ heart stomach and liver

.trouble,! will disappear and'you will be
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: How to Tell If You,Ha", .
Yo :can easily determine if your kidneys .>
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are out of order by setting aside for

24 hours a bottle. of the urine passed'

t "' upon arising. U'uponexamination it is'

t cloudy or milky-or-has a brick-dust sed;
k ;meat or small'particles float about in it,':

I ,. :.. .. 4, ( ;4: tour kidneys$ are diseased; and Foley's ;
('. "'\. Kidney Cure should be taken at once.'; .

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It corrects slight disorders in a few*

days and it has cured many obstinatecases
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t f : .. Doctors SaldtHe Would Not Live.

: : .!, Peter Frey of Woodruff, Pa., writes:.
"After doctoring for two years with the :

'.' r best. physicians.in Waynesburg, and still
getting worse, the'doctors advised me if
I .. i I I had any business'-to attend to I had bet
\l ter attend to it at'once, as I could not
tilt 5 ,. 'GE ORF BA K EIL' possibly live another month, as there was

no cure for me. Foley's Kidney Cure
'1 .') was recommended by friend, andI

TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS.DRAWN FROM.. THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE' NEXT THUSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR. I IT immediately sent my son to the store
for it and after
.; : taking three bottles I began
to get better and continued to i in<

of the American Stage" puzzle pictures Haley Jacoby Fisherville Fla.: Earle Quigley's answers to the Hidden Island. Crocs a Big Help. prove until I was/entirely well. t
, in The Journal Sunday, April Robert Smith city. great generals, is :postmarked "Pen-I!I L ,The major called early In the Lave Cross the great third baseman" :: Two Sizes 50o and $1.00.
T TRT SLIPPERY[ 22, are: :Alice P. Pritchard city. sacola, !April 19-Thursday( ) 7:30'P morning to say goodby. should prove a big help .to the'"Wns
No. Mansfield, -. Everett Rice city. HI." !As Earle lives on.West Garden'streetcity :. 2. The children romped and played ington team of the American league- SOLD EECOMSODED BY :
No. 2.-(Sothern- Margaret iRausch (106 W. Wright.) he was within a block! of:. among< the hay till called to tea ." w A.
No: 3.-Daniels. Eulalie' Oliver qty: ; 1-: The Journal office when at the, 'Fos:- during the coming season. D-ALEMBERTE
3.. for the ice land would have .
Only
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and
No. .John Drew. Clarence Martin city; office if he carried it there an:t- on'ThurSday Cross attained his greatest renown Druggist Apothecary,
OLD l PRIZE No. C.) -' fa.uddams.: Elmire Bell, city.: it is safest to 'deliver answers been reached three hours earlier. with the Philadelphia Americans, ..orLAVECEOS3. .
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is the most
4. This becoming
No. 6.-Mary: ManneringVNo. '' C. Hobart Barrow city. at The Journal office. cap
Leslie.Carter.. .. ;''Pebley Barrow, city: '' Elmer King writes that his cousinn ever designed for you; Tetiey's
No. 8.Blanche Walsh. :Will ,Sam Barrow city. name given-mailed his answers j I 5.:' He was borne<< the grounds in

No. Blanche Bates. Ree'ba. :Mas Dunham, city. the day before the Puzzte : haste by two stalwart men. Ii"r ,
DOLLAR Correct Answers 'Received. \Edwin Dunham city. tot:sa1d they were postmarked. E-li-j I 6. For mosaic work ( gave her many Tea
Correct answers to the puzzle Nellie O'Brien, city. -the -proper thing for Elmer and I E I dollars. r'i
pictures'( in The Journal 'Sunday April Leona Blumer city., cousin to do, is to make their complaint I I 7. He .against'Helen and knocked rs The*first India and
22, were received from the follow Lloya' !Blumer, city. at th.3! postoffice. 'Puzzlers and her into a puddle, spoiling her snow }
ing puzzlers: 'Boykln Hyer city. their ,parents frequently inform the white" suit: Ceylon tea tn.America17
Jennetta Farine, .city. -Bessie Henson city. 'Puzzle Editor that they-"mailed I, I II ,
Has a of in All I i I 8. The brides were sisters, and they i iI r -
Way Traveling i .time"-tbutl -
wasTetley's.
'Belle Murphy, city., .- Goldine Jacoby, Fisherville, Fla. their answers 'Plenty of brothers. I Ia yeatS
Anna Henrickson, city. :Althea Blumr, city. are 'always referred to the postal aul I were marrying
Directions-This Week It Goes Max Durham, city.: Annie May Desarte, The Pines, thorities. That is a matter -between I Answers: 1, Majolica; 2, Hayti3; Ice- .
Gladys (Bell ..city.MilKe ''Floyd Durham city. them, and' with which The (Journal land.4, Cape Verde.5; Borneo; 6, For First to-day.; I
to Miss Annie R. Pfeiffer.What 1:3waine.: city.. Mary :Morris, city. 'has nothing to do. mosa; 7, Helena; 8, Hebrides.. Find

Ed. Swains city, 't, Morris Mears city. ,_ Here's Pluck For You. them. -------- -- .....
Lucy Swaine, ,city. -' Jessie Van 'Pelt, city. ?Dsar.(Puzzle EYditor-Here I am 0 -- -- --
is the matter with the "out Lola Lee Daniel; city.- ', Alberta Pourtless. city. again with my regular weekly answer Parlor Marie. 1 m* *

cf town" puzzlers this week? Theyare Cecil B. Smith city. ''Elise Andrews, city. to your puzzles. That old Lay a dime on the table and offer it % PIANOS AND-ORGANS. if.
not up to the "chalk mark" at Mildred Andrews city. dollar for which i have been 'a' #
Lettie Martin: city. greasy
v -who can lift it
as a prize to any one 0 aF CASH 01% EASY TERMS. #,
alb Wake up youngsters-that old Ethel Baylisa city.: E. Gala Bonifay, Muscogee, FlaIJeanie .: trying >so hara seems \> get greasierall andtake it away without touching ei.1 & All Piano Work, Guaranteed.CLUTTER ;d.
dollar does love to I
slip from
away Marie Smith 'city. \ Knawles, !BayShore. the time so far as I am concerned io
ther,the coin or the table with his fin ; & RUSHING #
Pensacola every now and then to Nattie Doggett, city; |lSusie' Bhrry; Brent. Some great writer whose name I have sf 12 EAST ,
knife, GOVERNMENT ST.
make some boy or girl' happy over deferred gers or with pinchers tongs a 0I a'
Arthur Uohnson, city. FrankJohnson.\ city. .. forgotten once aid, "Hope PHONE
476.
Its receipt way off )yonder some- editor fork or spoon. c1t: I
Willie Johnson city. !Peter Knowles Bayshore. maketh the heart sick, but dear io:
'where Julia Johnson; city. Partly Correct I want to say to you right here When .everybody has considered the I ** t.
It' Is a slippery old dollar .Isn'tIt Manuel Johnson. city: The following missed but one,, as that I don't feel a bit discouraged problem and given it up, put your I *
?. And it has "spells." It will go, Jake Berlin, city: follows: whether I win that dollar or not. I mopth*within a couple of inches ef the .. .
and go and go all over the country Ci J. Heinbarg, city. Mac Hodgkdns' and Annie' Money- am 'Itaving lots of fun trying anyhowand coin 'and blow suddenly and as hardas i
then all of .a sudden it :will ettle mental Athletics as they are best knows. He SAFES SASS SAFES! SAFES !
Helena Rauscher city way,, "No. 7, Laster. "as our teacher says ex you can on the table Just in front of f
town at ::home just cant get It. out Willie( Rowland.'city. ; Bertram Dannheisser ' of jown. fora "spell. Theresa Galanzant, city. (or Dans).". physical exercise is for the bod/| dime, lift It up and carry it little distance by not playing lathis best form-Uv Buy 1
a .funny old dollar too-and Ruby Durham city. Malcolm. McArthur, "No.3, Lillie Wishing The Journal all kinds oft j and you must bold your hand or the, world's championship series with! Scarritt Moreno, Agent. !
wilful! My! It just will go'where I Sadie Bernstein, city. Langtry. good luck and hoping that: old dollar the New York Nationals last falL 1
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t to catch
it pleasesno'matter where the editor )I Leon Burgoyne city. Alice and Jeanie Dow, "No. '2, wjlr run.1' my way soon,. your little big a cup ready who does not al Cross is a great addition to Captain !
would like ,to see it go. For Annie R.. PfeJffer! city., Evans." : leader, Hazel Jacoby. Hardly anybody Jake Stahl's Washington. who ares PRESS .
the trick is likely to thinkof -_
every week the puzzle editor wishes Rebecca Fond bm,, city. Clifford Reynolds, "No. 1, Field." Miss Hkiel, you are an inspiration ready know much in need of strengthening.
,. It would go to some discouraged Carl Thorpe city. "" Stephen Falk Klein, "No. 1, 'War-. to' those faint-heartea'('' Puzzlers-=and this simple solution. UTTa
little puzzler who is almost ready to Tom King, city. field." they' are.not all girls, I' assure 'QU- l ; 'il' ,
give up but-that old dollar does go Susie Eagan city; Jeanie Frenkel "No. 1, Warfield. who send in a correct answer once '
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its own way week after week and Moss and then give in 111'i
Monroe Smith city. Lucy -"No. 1- Al.- G. (Fields. cr twice a year up
turns up its'; nose-has no nose?. Of Nell West city. Alberta and Ernest (Pourtless will despair because that "filthy lucre" PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON /.,
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course it has- and winks its eye- AdeleP'yritz.\ city. ; t .please read the,notice printed on the failed to' reach their greedy hands. !
Foor thing )jt has but one eye-and Dennis W. Eagan city. "Answer Coupon" ann' they will 'understand : ,
turning its deaf .ar-why of course Carrie Davidson pity. why their nice letters, and Answjrs Must Be Written on This Coupon Bfrnk} No ,
Its'ear is deaf! Did it ever come Elizabeth Sigari, city. neatly :written lists are omitted. Counterfeiting the Genuine. Attention Will Be hid Those Not Written to It. No / lIl ,

hen )'OU'caIl a' it? :And don't it Susie Ketterer, city. Clara Wiley of Hammond Ind., Foley & Co., Chicago, originated! Exception to this Rule.
'always surprise the puzzler'who gets Eunice Gsrson, city will have to get her answers in the and. Tar as a throat and lung
itv' Sure. Lloyd 'Miller city:: "' postoffice there on Tuesdays before Honey remedy, and on account of the great My"answers to the puzzles in The Journal; to-day art as follows: .
This week it insists on going to !Bridget Di Lustro, city. 11 o'clock. Her correct answers to merit and popularity Foley's. Honey l he
Hiss'Annie R. PIeitrer. and 'Bet a John Bernstein, citjj the puzzle pictures in'TJhe" ; Journal and' Tar many imitations are offered a .
dollar" she's surprised. She gives Ernest Wilburn, cit*. Sunday, April 15, is postmarked for the "genuine. These worthless No.1 i
Her address as 309 South 'Barcelona, Lee !Muterspaugh city. 'Hammond, Ihd. April 18, 11 a. m." initiations have similar sounding .. '
all 3.Is invited to call for it at The William Lee, city. and received, "Penisacola, April '20," of them. The .. TIle stn !ert os1yPe ; '
'Beware' genuine
Journal office;:. Harvey Bayliss. city.. {i:30. a m." or Friday morning names." No. Haadiot-and to
:Foley's Honey and Tar is'In a yel- I Sf.SlliDc: PCD. fiG d,,11I fillerno >
Correct An wci-s.: Katharine H.' Anderson" ,, city which :was as quick as it could travel lowpackage.. Ask for it and refuse: bit to ipffl-no doerint
The
answers to the nine "Stars J oritaUnj.
Kathie Kermit, City ; by rail. -
any substitute. It is the best remedy No. 3.
Tea limply the button
prom (
for coughs 'and colds. W. A. D'Alem- In the picture)sod the pen flit M ;
bertedrtfggist and apothecary. : ,- Jill"4uJa.; "
No. 4. Write.the facUat It ;
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THE SOUTHERN HOTEL $ioo REWARD 5. s 11 11o Eaglef50Flash touches th.paper i I INo.

,1100 reward will be paid for the ar

'MRS. T' L. ,BOW N,, PROP. rest and return to/Yarn Bros. camp if
'Cantonment, Fli; of Alex :Bellamy,' No. 6. H > ..j with 14 brat oM JoI.c! .-

OPEN All THE YEAR.: AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. alias Easop Bellamy negro who es- robe raanad-fine* vulcanized.
folly goanateed.Eftde"Flul 0
caped on April 26. 190. Description I Iff
f a3-'follows: Height 5 feet 11 inches, No. 7- >"No.2S J
with bands.
gold
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SPECIAL ,SUMMER .RATES weight,165. pounds age 21, build medium : EaP "flub" W0> 26
; dark mulatto complexion erect Iarp 3
No. 8 with, utaJidiJ4oOudOtlicrStflra !
bearing large, flat nose. !Birth place .. .

Pleasant. Convenient, Comfortable., :Quisine Excellent, Marianna. Length of feet 11% Inches, ff .. -a 'oNI sad by statioaerr J..
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Service I/p-fo-Oafe small scar on left temple; two small Ask TOUR DEALER. If be I
scars, one above and'one below right 11_'r sell von the Eagle
nipple i ;, large scar under left shoulder "FLASH"Foaatiin Peattbeft I'
If you"will call up phone 490 dropusea; postal or call in person, blade 9% inches long. Sentenced 6.0N. tend Each thee retail pea aStolatelgnu price direct ton

we will be glad to give you 'rates>f or..either,rooms, board or both. for grand larceny. 27apr2t I NameStreet -- I Eagle Pencil Co. .M ,

SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS Ijunractiuen3V l
WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES AN No. /Broad..,,New York 1

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Ij'; rf PEOPLE and ..EVENTS I I ;I I- $* 1.Amusements |l!I' WHITECANV, }, AS PUMPS

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very J.j | Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and j "Just For. '.Fun.. "I white!' canvas pumps; something different from what you have seen: ,
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I r In the selection of "Just For Fun, entirely 'new, attractive yet pleasing.

Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. i ij The i managerS a society of comaoy the entertainment In three acts at, the the 1 I $2.50 PAIR.Ladies' I .

BestI opera house for the 'benefit of ChristChurch ,
.rte next (Wednesday evening. t White Cancass Pumps light, turn sole, covered Cub.'
j heel large neck tie bow, made on graceful lines.
: By C. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. I acted- wisely. I
i'i. I "Just For Fun," is full of dramatic .
&SW3XSXX8XW3SBS i. Pure Food and comical situations in fact, its 'a ._ $2.50 PAIR. ,

*? j gem of' the: dramatic' art. i# ies', White,Canvass. Pumps, :medium weighty sole slight 'xtensiQnleather ,
WILL ENTERTAIN, i The following is the cast o( "Just .:Cuban heel large neck tie bow: ; a very nobbj la;
r*i. 60TH FLINCH CLUBS. 7/ie Journal's Daily Fashion- Feature. I: fOr Fun," as 4t will be presented at ..
)Irs. C. Bonacker -will entertain I I. the opera house next Wednesday $3.00 PAIR.
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r this week both the Flinch clubs of I .k r 0 evening, I
i .t which she is a member, the New City 'Mrs. Fitzgerald Mandeville de -Ladies White -canvass Pumps, real! welt sole, with good CXK,,
Ladies on Tuesday afternoon at 3 I !Smythe would-be society leader son: full, leather, Cuban heel with a tied bow. that's a new Oil.,.
Miss Lillian strictly: walking We now have the above styles in all
4 : o'clock, and the Excelsiors. Wednesday. tlrr : Gladden. pump. siz."
afternon at 3, and J1.full attendance Miss 'Edith l\Iorton-lIfer neic awesterrj and widths, but-tbe: demand forthem is large. 60 come at once

' of both is requested. rth-. ( heiress Miss Hilda Blount. get your' fit. A full line of white hosiery in laces and gauzes; also

-+- __ I' t, Miss Mabel West-A friend of white canvass polish and white silk laces.
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: .CONFEDERATE VETERAN i Mfes 'Morton'sMiss Florence Tur-

'' WJSHES TO MEET COMRADES. tf And the Best Prices : tle. MEYER SHOE CO.
;; Mr. T. R. Smith of San Antonia, ''r I /Jane \Ic-faarthey-.An\ Irish Maidservant ,

;TS.! Texas, is in the city having returnedwSth -Miss Cora Hunt. '
his sister .Mrs. Hattys, Swift., and Service. ; Lord. Chelsea-nAn English Nobleman 102 S. Palafox St. Feet Furnishers For Folks.
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; her daughter Miss Katie, and her -Mr.. S. J. Harvey. _
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,' grandson; George Maechal Stoeckin- : ;. i I II. Jack' Darl-!A ha-ppy-go-luck-= :: fel- '!i """- = ""' """ ;' .J: """""" "" <= ;>
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r. tow, Lord Chelsea's Friend-Mr. C j
:< r her from the New Orleans reunion. .
t ? Mr. Smith was a member of thefirst Ring Vogel. ..
', tit Florida Volunteers, and later o15th I. Time-The present. Place New I _.- .. -_ "" '4:!'. ,_. \

+ like to Confederate meet all Cavalry his old, and comrades would l I Phone 391 1\\ York A more talented company of ama!I ,IT.Ql ES THE BESt.RESULtS i

< during his stay of a week (sera, never appeared before and the E!
a: (While hers Veteran Smith may be ->"' ladies and gentlemen who compose I [LIGHTADE: "!itANATQtt

found at the residence of his niece the above cast; all of them are '- A-

+ Mrs George Stoeckinger who, after' trained elocutionists, and each of I .I CALLY The S.1':1 IInSa il ;}J JCORECf {
found In her them is star in the ; ..
today may be. new individually, a
t from 3 at the corner of Tenth Avenue i / \ '\ \\ ROSENAU & GERElDS, firmament of histronics.If I "g

and Cervantes, recently, purchased of you doubt it, go and see it- ie.uss ?j
Mr. A. C. Binkley as she takes possession The Fancy Grocers, Just For Fun. & j
1
J14 Monday morning. /
l Phone 391. Pensacola.. .
' { 5 -4-- Mr. Julian Walker. 'i iJil

: I { ,MRS. CLYDE WILSONENTERTAINED Next !Friday night Mr. Julian 4' & JrQtDd. :

Y EXCELSIORS. Walker, the eminent New York artist : ar \
:y llrs. Cljde Wilson entertained the l appears at the opera house in ,.iN ANY

.' Lif*-? Excelsior; Flinch Wednesday after BOSSO'SIce song recital.;; O ltICL b -
roon the club members generally being r Mr. Walker is a solist, who is the
t present Miss Lbjs Houlette l-ossessor of a magnificent baritonea -
; cored, and Mrs. Wilson's special 1 J, l Cream Factory :voice rich flexible and cultivatedto tld' 1" '
,
Mrs. 'William F. Reed Jr. ,
guest was a high degree, which for a number
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The fresh cut nasturtiums, rosesand can furnish you cream in of seasons has been relighting /

. ferns tastefully used as decorations any quantity. Satisfaction Metropolitan audiences and winningfor jc2

were very attractive and a '- guaranteed. him the highest plaudits of the r t A
' specially pretty feature of the PHONE 1326 most exacting: critics.It h kPte'

luncheon was the individual' service SAM BOSSO, Prop. ':r1y' ., takes more than a few words to
cf white ice cream and frozen straw 0 tell of Mr. Walkers* vocal achieve-
terries served on one plate wreathed r ments and consequent success; yet a
Knowles was also a great success$,
._ with little pink rosebuds. detailed article will not be attempted
and, while all returns are not yet in,
The next meeting will:. be winrs. here Excepting In the far 'west, Mr. ALROaATI
the result will undoubtedly be as t1RtbruMCa3t1TE.1
C. S. Bonackef.: Walker has sung in nearly every bcs Rasa Na26. ficpexit $A11. '
satisfactory financially as socially.;
--.- th'V; city of Importance in the United -, .
'MRS. PFEIFFER ENTERTAINSTHE 0 States and Canada. In 80 cent
Mr. S. J. Johnson of Apalachicola., per
FRIDAY EUCHRE.
a i of these cities, he has apearad twice
I in the of his brother
;? city guest
Mrs. John Pfeiffer entertained
: ,I,:' and oftener and in some a dozen
Mr. George >E. Johnson for a few days We Are"SMITHSONIAN For
-A
Friday euchre very pleasantly at her times.' He has appeared on the Agents
home West Government cp route home from the Confederate
on
same with 'Sembrich Nor-
I reunion in New Orleans. This is program
airs Deloney won the ace prize, -J : dca, GaaSki, Schumann-Heink Edward :
Mr. Johnson's first visit since the
Mrs. Fauna the consolation, Mrs.
de Reske, Kreisler de Pach-
"Corn Fair," fifteen :rears ago, and
+ 'Georga White the lone hand and- man, !Blauvelt and others. TRUSS"The
is just realizing that the half ha
though she won nineteen games-
E 1 \ A NEW IDEA IN SEPARATE JACKET never been told of the changes and On different occasions he 'was substituted -
3Jrs. J. G. Yniestra cut th;) booby. for Campanari and Divid
F'' .!The next: meeting will be with: Visions of the shoulder cape of long I in the armhole under the fourth plea, il1provement.ts1nce; '.. then.. Eispham. He hag !Mrs: I*, ill. Levey on north Davis. I ago are recalled by this newest model j( which conceals the joining at this Mrs. Janres B. Cruilshank of Philadelphia the, New York Oratorio Society TheN only truss sold on 30 days trial. We

-+- I. for the separate silk jacket. The i point, the sleeve falling in 'such soft is':;pending Sunday with Y.. Philharmonic Society (Weingartner guarantee a fit as well as comfort. Every
r
iti PENSACOLA DAUGHTERS
u, GOING TO length is that of the shoulder cape.;: folds that !it scarcely possible? ,to i i relative on North Hill, on her way conductor), The Pittsburg .
ORLANDO. *
Mrs. A. E. McDavid, president of and the neck is high and finished with believe, without close examination,;1; north from their winter camp on Orchestra, The ''Philadelphia Orchestra 'truss sold with privilege of returning within
the same style turnover collar. The, that the little is all i in The (Cincinnati Orchestra, the
: Pensacola Chapter, : garment not II II the lower Gulf coast. !Mr. Crulksf -
v MrsL.C Pebley,
fronts are laid in deep pleats, four ,nl White broadcloth + Chicago Apollo Club, the New Or- 30 not
1 lira M. E. Battes and -Miss1 Fannie i ; one piece: 'make hank and sonviuI join her in Mont I daYs'ifi, satisfactory.
3 jLaldweU, leave Monday afternoon for; number, giving a broad shoulder line, the collar and the simulated vest,I f gomery. : leans Choral Symphony The Worcester -
rti CTlando to .attend the Florida state the back built in the same manner,1 these outlined with a fancy open work I .. Festival and the 'Bethlehem
.
cf the Confederacy which meets and the.very full circular sleeve is set silk braid: ]II ':Mrs. D. Hale Wilson is spending a'eUghtful Each, ''Festival.Miss .
; Mamie
'\\eolnesday. morning. ( week in Selma, Ala. Molony, of New Orleans
.
PUPILS PIANO-RECITAL+- I ly served adding materially to the Murphy, Miss Lehr and Mr. Allie The many friends. and acquiatancescf l lady, concert a particularly pianist gifted and accom-young

1 HONORED MOZART. general enjoyment. Payne. t ,Mr. and
c ,e The annual ,piano recital given 1 In addition to the !Mozart numberson Mr. J. G. Yniestra' who conductedthe extreme regret of their departure much personal distinction, will accompany ,
the program, which was publishedon Knights share of the affair, and Mr. Walker in the rendItion -
/Friday night at Mrs. Rutherford's tomorrow, noon to reside in I Indianapolis -
residence l> by her pupils displayed, this page of The Journal Friday Mr. F. C. Rupert who conducted the Inct. Tb.3. going away ol of his program. Phone 1100 The Birthplace of Prompt DeliveryDIAMONbS
the
morning, great composer's one Ladies
part, being
; great advancement. The pupils did are highly complimented Mr. and Mrs. Binkley is a distinct
; UIl' sually well and :parents andteacher : hunated and fiftieth anniversary was ; on its r very successful management loss to the community and until they GOOD JUDGMENT ,. _.
further --------- -
:r.* were 'well pleased. I impressed upon the pupils by really sold their home place their! is the essential characteristic of men

L There was a large attendance and. the display of a framed portrait. -+- Mends still hoped they would return and women. Invaluable to good business ..**##aH?H-;iMst *-*# ## $ ; I
r the syxial feature was not o"erlooki i During the evening the portrait! of Mrs. W. T. Barker of Roberts, Fla., next fall. men and necessary to house- *;

6. K en. deSightful refreshments informal- Mozart: was drawn for by the pupils is visiting friend..: and relatives heie.Mrs. 4 wives. A woman shows good judg- ; WATCHES, JEWELRY, *
,. ,' --- as a souvenir and11ss\ EulaUa --.- Mrs. Vassar Patrick of Macon, ,Ga., meet when she buys White's Cream : 4
ri I Hutchinson won it. W. B. CaswelJ and baby'! boy: arrived Saturday morning and will 1 Vermifuge for her baby. The best'! CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE

-;-+- go to Chipley! this morning to visither be the guest of Miss KatharineAvery worm medicine ever offered to moth- ;* STERLING SILVERWARE \

MISS FULGHUM'S FRIEND mother Mrs J. B. Hogeioom.Mrs. on East Gregory, for a few ers. Many indeed are the sensible : ,

'You Don't 1 Want MISS FARMER TO BECOME weeks. mothers, who write expressing' their ; ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS
MRS. RAWLINS IN JUNE. ([ 31. -B. Preston and son Mr. gratitude for the good health of their I ; f

Many- friends of Mr.\ and Mrs. S. Edward Preston and family have r eMr.. O. El Walker snit 1 1fr.'\ G. F children, which they owe to the use of CUT GLASSWARE. *
F, Fulghum and ,their interesting moved from West Romans to 128 Williams-former residents of IPfensacola "White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by
Dirty Dusty family will recall with 'pleasure Miss East Government. but for the few years all druggists. ;

Carrie Farmer of Louisville, Ga. who past at the heads of their depart
clstted .1t sa\: tcriee C Faighum Ins t Ifrs.1.. F. Roberts is ""Ii. t'i>. I erils rf The It & 5?. ai New X eca- I Engraving and Paths Statf ne"YI I
GroceriesThis i II summer and will be interested to W .B. Moore in New' Orleans. I tur. :Ala., arein the city combining' A swell fine of Ladies' Oxfords /
9 learn that she will bs married
oa I business and pleasure.The : just recemd.
Cune 14, to .Mr. Rawlins of her home The visit of iMr. W. B. Lamar was .

town I so brie that local society had little ,Misses Ward, daughters of I W m, Johnson & Son t Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.'t

is the season of I opportunity to become acquainted I Mr. and Mrs. :John G. Ward have returned i ; "I', t
.
MISS ROPKE ENTERTAINSFOR I with his charming wife, though many: from Tallahassee, where Miss TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1325. -
I
the year when the PEARL EAGAN HOME. I called and anticipate with pleasuretheir I Ward is a student in the Florida i,

.' dust begins to fly and Miss C. Ropke1 gave an entertainment return extended in stay the near future for amore I I College for Girls, and her sister has ......v- : E. (J. Sadek Jewelry Co. '
Friday night at her home for been visiting her. j
when it is hard to the benefit of the Pearl Eagan Home. t ,; MOBILE, ALA ;

Thirteen quarts of ice cream, six The Junior G uild 'Sale Friday and Mr. Peter Lindenstruth. and daughter tti:$ire**M-i- Cr' i 2 3*#### H-H w d k Yr lj
keep anything clean beautiful and delicious cakes and Saturday was the social event of the Miss Meta have returned fromNew NOTICE :

fcur gallons of lemonade were ,sold week (Mrs. Harry( A. 'Brosnaham, Orleans accompanied toy ;Miss I ------. -,
But you will find immediately Half of one cake was president of the Guilt! was general Ora Wood and :Miss Ola Smith of

raffled and won by Mr. D. Holland': manager and was ,enthusiastically assisted bainbridge, Ga. Miss 'Wood andMi ...TO...
Nor DIRT who! presented it to the Woman's by the members generally in ,; Smith are oa'J schoolmates of
Home. the fancy articles department which Miss' :Bessie Lindenstruth, Miss

The rooms were tastefully decorated was pretty well sold out '''Friday. The Wood and she having begun togEther -
OR DUSTin cafe in charge of Miss Laura USERSOP FROM THE PREFACE
:with :flowers: and music was rendered as freshmen, went throngcollege

#, throughout the evening .by the and graduated together Mis 4n ri
d
the groceries graptophone and piano. Smith being a junior. They lea ,\. "la every situation General Lee
I
Miss I ,Bertha K ilson's reading of for home :Monday morning. was a great a dominant figure. The
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bought from this I "The Death of Benedict Arnold" Worth it'sWeight veCAS RANGES f .m character of Lee has been somewhat

R store. A and Miss Eunice :Massey's recitation Mns: C. C. Goode has gone ,' lost sight of in the study of his career,

great part of the Dying Boy," were greatly en Macon, Ga., on a visit to her granddaughter > TT'? Yom, F but it fairly glows with all that is high
of stock is joyed. Miss 1f > 1 : s a '.9 p and noble and true. The Bayard
our Lurleyne Fulghum
put u Pat .. the South
;q ; exhibits the
chactenstics of I
'Iliss Ropke wishes to thank all for this city who is a student in Wesle)r- -
the acfory in clean their : k'g, the Christian gentleman to the full. I
generous contributions which an College there. Miss Fulghum
In ; -. ax His is a be studied
Gold! L personality to to
healthy packages, and netted the neat sum of $8.75. 1 who is to get her certificate in June, .. I be followed,to be loved. In his greatness .
-+- ( ,, will give a violin recital on May: 1, and in I his
C. K: AND' L. ,- MRS. L. M. LUDLUM ,r iM simplicity he is an
the portion which we OF A. GAVE and her devoted grandmother' wished i Y iYV+ enduring inspiration to true manhood
TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND to be present At the closer b f "
PRIZE BALL AND EUCHRE. for all Aderica-the world even.
handle in bulk i is so FThe Catholic, Knights and Ladiesof PIMPLES.. !. TEN DAYS,-USE school Miss Fulghum will attend the' *
America had a large attendanceat wedding of her :friend Miss Farm r. an expert teacher ot-the use of
f carefully put up that their ball and euchre Thursdaytight The gas ranges, will be with us for

:z;..-'J:: there is no possibilli'r. I -.in-.their, hal!.. Complexion BeautifierN 3fiss Virginia Purdy returns je; s- several days and her services
!Qlrs. M, P. 'Bonifay won the lady's terday from Graceville, Where she are offered free to all users of
<< ity of it containing first euchre prize a gold mounted k guaranteed,aw..i went to attend the funeral of her gas ranges in the city. This The Patriots

e,.'. t{ dust' dirt of comb: ,-and-Mr.. Peter Murphy the gen a dI.I. .reftrnded trother-in-law, Mr. Carter King. Sh K 'Instruction will embrace cooking
or I
1
: ; is in all its forms
any now in
tleman's first prize which was an a guest the family of her care of the
*-'.'!'. kind.. unique box in the form of a silver tie it fails to remove 'uncle Mr. S. '}1. Scanitt, 222 North range and its economical han By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY i
worst
'cases and
"" JI". !.>a mounted .United, States mail box enclosing very beautify,tht Alcaniz. dling. It will facilitate and in. -
complexion in twenty-days.. visit from Author of "The Southerner," etc. j
) ; a half dozen linen handker sure a her if you will .

w.f": ,J! chiefs; Mrs. Edward Jones, of Mount..Sterling! :Mr. Fred of: 'A. Sweet, circulationmanager > notify us at once that you would Q A War-tlme story in all its It with chapter
Mw.F.Cr Rupert captured a love Kentucky,.wrilesL ,_ The Journal goes. to. like her to call. I aspects. opens a
' tom' I ly fan, and Mr. Walter White a Florala to-day. ', : in the life of Lee,woven around the hour in which he decidedto.take I
feel it
Sol Calm & Co statuette v"J my duty to tell yon the bane Phone No. W8.
for the
boobies. Nadinola has been \ for
to
I: Tb*'-euchre .was followed by a untold mortification with mOo"freckles I had,sfuct suffered chic, sirs H. K. Dawson and littla -son up arms Virginia and the Southland. I,
dance and delightful hood. Haring; used all'the highly recom Henderson of Mobile, Ala., are visit ,
refreshments :mended creams and lotions with mud ing her aunt ilrs.: :!\. B. Mayson on q J 'There,is a dual love story-a vein of the most tender and
The Pure Food were- s&rvedfrdaring the ::tancy I bought
Store evening. ;yoat- enure-.treAba
!31fts. iMUniiie! JBy.efrssvas awarded liter gIving.it a fair trial I most heard East Gadsden. sweetest ,sentiment, running through the pages.
recommend it, for iff worth lU I ii r
the beautiful weight ; .
Southwest Corner Palifox and Intendenc gauze and. ivory fan as !gold to any woman freckles. You: The !perfect flavoring ExfracL: PensacolaGas Illustrated in Colors $1.50
: Pie best ladY' ftncer, the gentleman's Sadmola w the oaly thing bite ever nsec ,
: : prize a gold stick'pin going to M r. jr"ith&nd.success.Wishing Your Nadine Pace Powder i,' Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Made fromthe .f/yaarf istlle? fWI'l a,the publishers wilLuKdlke took,postage paM,
sasi tf : Phones (1480 E. &., .Cross 'I ,si sincerely." you_ the_ deserved success, i finest vanilla beans absolutely upon receipt ef price
x :
The difficult pure and ,aged until it gives dessets '
very task of '
judging DODD
; ; ... MEAD & COMPANY
: : f the dancing and awarding the prized' Price 50 cents and $1.00, by leading the famous "Blue Ribbon Flavor.::.". > COfflPany.I ,

has performed byMrs. J. G. Ynies- s ugf ssts rot maiL ,,Prepared: the" > Publishers. 372 Fifth Avenue New York ;

,' tra, ,Mrs. M, P. Boaifay, Mr. Peter WANTED-AN APPRENTICE GIRL'AT E ,

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; .4t W11:.1.:.h31t Itir1.:.Is:.1.:SI:Me4/X..X.K.g.I : F:-14.IfiM:.1 Tetley's Prayer meeting every Tuesday nightat I' ieaa2a2e! 22ea ea2aaa22ee22 :
7:30 o'clock.
: COffEE !
West Hill Baptist church W. Jack
1 Services at the Churches I Ii son street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit,pas rJVghat ThaiJust :
Tea I tor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach Are You Doing About I
; ing'every'first and third Sunday at 11 I We are the Pioneer ;

...a.g.g.: .1> ..:........:...a.:...:+:+:+:+:+:+:. :...:...:+: every a.m. and Sunday 700 7 p.p.m.m.x Prayer meeting i-- : I Coffee Roasters of ,

has a hold upon West Florida.McHUGH'SLNDS.
'The repairs and improvements to 7:30 and 11 a. m; Sunday school as Christian.First 1m Underwear 1Ifd I
Christ church that have 'been under usual. J. Christian church 43 E. Proposition
way for some time are practically St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis the fin:r tastes. Gregory street. Sunday school, '
'completed and services will be held street. Rev. Andrew T.Sharpe, S. 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt. aJ '
In the edifice t at 7:30 and 11 o'clock T. B. rector. It' lets Communion: at 11 a. m. Prayer --
this morning. There will be'no ser Sundays: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion never go. meeting Thursday at 7:30: p. m. All ,
vices at the Warrington Episcopal ; 9:30: a. m. Sunday school; 11 a. cordially invited.. going along in I
church today as' Rev. Bicknell will m Morning Prayer and Sermon (First have no equal. A trial]
conduct services at Century at 11 a. and third Sundays Holy Communion) The 11 a. m. service will be conducted Presbyterian.First the old I ;
fU same fU convince the
m. and 7:30 p. m. 5 p. m. Evenin'g' Prayer and sermon. by the local post Salvation Presbyterian Church-Rev. way, suppose, will con
At the TSrst Baptist church the pul-- Week days. 5) I i I Army, Richard Norris, Captain. Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday noisseur that
p.m. Wednesday and, I I I the old kind we
pit will be filled at 11 a. m. and 8 p. Fridays. I! Muscogee Wharf-Rev.\ A. Rogers -school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor .buying{ same your jjj
C. L. Joyner of St.- Andrews pastor. Sunday school 3 p. m., 4:30: p. m. Preachin'g at 11 a. m. make no extravagant
Rev. Saints Da's-IO ;
m. by
a. m. Holy Com-
T3a. munion. |IT. L. Briggs, supt. Preaching. 4'p. m. and 7:30 p. m. OJ grandfather used to wear. Why (rJontt f claims. .
The 11 service at the Gadsden John's I.I Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave-
a. m. St. Church Warrington-|
Street Methodist church will be con. Rev. J. R. Bicknell priest in charge.!i Church of Christ. I nue Mission at. 3:30: p. m. C. F. Zeeksuperintendent. you wake up and come. j
All
ducted by The Salvation Army. I No services today :i i Church of Christ, cor.Jackson and are cordially in Jw Wholesale and RetslliGROCERS
Following is the order of servicesat Century Mission-Rev. J. R. Bick! Alcaniz Streets. Bible school 10a. vited. . ( In to our store and let us show N
the various churches in the city today nell, priest in charge. Services today m. Preaching at 11 a.nt and 7:30 p. & rJ
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
; at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting! You
1 The Second' Church of Christ m ,
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Wednesday
Catholic.St. evening 7:45. Song practice -Scientist-ServIces every Sunday -

o'clock Michael's; children's Church.mass First 9 o'clock mass 7; Universalist. come.Thursday 7:30 p. m. All wel ternoons morning at 3 11 o'clock.o'clock, Wednesday Reading room af 1 The New Kind The Cool 1 Kind | I and all kinds of Feed
First Unlrersalist
ChurchEastChase
last mass 10:30( o'clock; vespers and Lutheran S open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.. ,, Stuffs.'Pluto .
street.
Sunday School at
benediction 730; p. m. 10 a. Church. where Christian Science literature
St. Joseph's ChUI''h-Sunda 7 a. m.Low m. Y. P. C. U. 6.'30 'p. m. All are German Lutheran ncll-Rev.. J. may be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem '
Mass and instruction; !& a. m. cordially invited to.attend. F.y.. Reinhardt, 'p&stor. Sunday pie. The Kind Thai Don't Stick t to You. m
Sunday school; 10 a. m. High Mass .SS school 9 a. m. German service 10:30a. : Water
and instruction; 4 p. m. Vespers, Ros- m. English service 7fJ0( p. m. First Church of Christ,, Scientist
We
ary and Benediction of the Blessed Methodist. Scandinavian Lutheran Church- First Church of Christ, Scientist- sg are Und'erwear. gfij
Sacrament. Mass during the week is Palafox Street Methodist Church- Services at 10:30: a. m. and 5 p.> m. Service at 11 a. m. Services will be I i
at 7:30: a. m. except Mondays and Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor Rev.J. Rev. Helle, pastor., held in the Pensacola Library building Specialists and it will be a Wholesale and Retail.
Fridays when it is at 8 a. m. During' Barney Butler; assistant. Services on East Chase street. NI I
:May and October :Mass is at 8 a. m. II 11 a.m.and '7:30 p.m., Sunday school Baptist. Sj pleasure to show you our ele-
Confessions in the evenings before 9:30: a. m..7..N: Andrews Supt. First Baptist Church Sunday MONDAY WE WILL SELL 66- Co
Sundays,Holy! Days'of Obligation and Epworth' League 5:30: .p. m. Home I school 9:30 a, :m. $Services,,at 11 a.i INCH WHITE TABLE CLOTH AT ftj gant line. Our new athletic fUj New Orleans Grocery
First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Missionary Society--wUl meet Thurs- m. and 8 p. conducted !by Rev C.I 20C. YARD. NO ONE OVER 5
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by day afternoon at-,3:30. L. Joyner of St. Andrews Fla. YARDS. F. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment |j Undershirt is a corker, and only jI
appointment. Jas. McHugh
Gadsden Street Methodist Church-: East Hill Baptist Church, 11th Ave. Store.F. ,
Rev. F.A.. Rogers/ pastor. Regular and Chase Street-Rev.,J. W. Senter y 25c Drawers to match. fijI
Episcopal. 'services.a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. F. & A. M. ; Phone 105. Proprietor.
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, school :30'm.. J. B. Tiller, m. Preaching every second and fourth J
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D. D. Rector. Services will be held Supt. 'Epworth League 6:30: p. m. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : Pensacola regular Lod'se' No. 42, F. & I ,WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. |
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night. All members are re-
fU Successors to Green & Watson. fJ
"* rr quested to be present and vtsitin'sbrethren
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JuI'4\)crMcx **-u fi fine line of
$!I. 33 35 South
f T. E. HARVEY, W. M. :and Palafpx: Street. m.

That Speak for Themselves I Wat E B. M. SOLOMON. Sec. 1tee2222e2222a,! 222eaaeae222it Fishing Tackle, Casting

M Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A.:M. '
tit t Not only-do all customers_ speak words of praise.for them, but the pianos:> _t All members of our Lodge -. -- .-- Nets, Shrimp Nets,
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L. C. SMITH
:. themselves talk for themselves i. W i a meet the 2 o'clock dummy Minnow Seines
;.. Sunday afternoon, April 29th, ,
Their Tone : and to go to Warrijgton to attend: TYPEWRITERS Bait Pails.Large
Talks-Their Talkstheir ; .
Workmanship
: 4 with Naval Lodge, l24 F. & A. M., "Writing In Sight,"
the funeral of our late Bro. Jas. A. }lc- Once see and use the Machine, will have other. Order stocks of the latest
durability talks. Now will do you no a
you some tafldrig-you who,have Donald. booklet explaining PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS

tZI no pianos, but want one, and/tell-us: what you want. we-will be l lad:to Iii W. G. DAILEY.C.Sec.D. BEYER, W. M. l. S. BROWN, Pensacola, Fla. Large stock of

put it in your home for you: Easier/to pay for than to want. We.. Have"_.. r. TENNIS COMPLETE GOODS LINE, BASEBALL

I y the Kranich & Bach, ,Lester" 'iPacard: Cassell, and Clutter-all g sod- ; MONDAY$1.50 WHITE FOR BED$1.25.SPREADS SEE WIN.GO'\ .....................................--::.....................................' ............................................................................"'....... GOODS. ,
.*t. none better. GOLF CLUB BALLS AND BAGS. ?
wE DOW. .
; .- .-We Are Overstocked Will
.,i1. ... F. E. BRAWNER'S BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.

"'! Oldest +and Largest 114-118 S. Palafox. St..;. .i'Ii I Department Store. f I Brick, Lime, Plasterer's Laths, Pine Shingles, I ANYTHING ROLLER KATES.YOU WANT IN i
f:1 Music House in Clutter Music House Phon.15 SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. -
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with him I _.
rArh44V "And how have things gone : ,. :, \
"She actually flung! herself at"H'm his head." at the capitol 1\ \
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11 t !! IT SEEMED THAT WAY. .- .. _. HIS GRIEVANCE. sBettle

t-'rk' ..... -Why are you 10 opposed to the small families of the rich?

.. : j The man with the black pearl pin in his 11I I scWPt Bertie-Our millionaires haven't daughters enough to go around. I
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necktie was telling us about being in

1'j;;. :[t'" 1 Washington and what he saw there when ,1w
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# A Hyena 1 say it belongs to the Buffalo
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narrow path I they called each others liars re-
course. I 'r .t fc u squeezing and deceivers and grappled In furs
"And made the trip to the top in the c 9 other and struggle they rolled down the btu,

elevator the Wolf of the Lion, who bestowed many:

:, "Yes." r1 "Ho, there, cuffs upon either, and salt:
r' !" path belongs neither to the Ele-:
j "Did yon ever Me an elevator ascend path
ri "Base nor to the Buffalo, but to me allllt".
l more slowly Elephant""I
I ena, as he neither of you have any business
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r have you Keep off it in future or I'll break
and a half getting up to the top." ..: '. clot "You are ; backs."
"You are mistaken there" replied the) j : "And yon MORAL:
old man. "I made the trip two years'ago. : ': .t" ; F ,.. "Don't you you won't squeeze to accommodate:

; 4t1 and it took only six: or seven minutes. I \ I out of my if yon will fight; instead, don't tight
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timed It. .'. "But you that which concerns junr neighbor
"I may be mistaken but it seemed tome lobgs to the than yourself. JOE KERI
;x 1 all of two hours and a half.- I never
I saw time pass more slowly .
"In an awful hurry were yon?", -
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4 E1 "No, but there were only two of us Inthe The old man with the lop-shoulder I. .- _
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t' other passenger was my divorced ", Ife."

'I There was a painful silence for the "If you'd been smart you'd courted and I I He culls: his automobile llibc'!, alter Sis!! wife. !
:j i ; next three minutes, and then the old man married her over again while that elevator
Yep it blows him up just as often.The "Left fire nickel cigar behind
came back with: was crawling up. JOE KERR. I
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and he said te almost! wished he ,v_ -
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I' matter?" conthwed.the merchant as bemt'nu.l'd
: off five yards of calico warranted '

L1 -7 not to fa1!?. 7IJ

..fr "Why, the only feller that has come to ,
I Jim and asked hIm to veto agin the railroad
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'I : bill up In the Hon$p talked for three

4 \ long ''hours, and then only' left five nickel Y

cigars behind him when he went away. -

Jim was looUn'. for a least $.r i in cash,

8. and f he was so disgusted! about it that he
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should fish for sackers in the waters of -

this state'In the months of July and Au- : .

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':Who do you mean?"

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Man Ah I mnilc. I love It Music Intoxicates r /
Long-haired sir rare over I 1 ,
"Why that was Chauncey Drpew.
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= "You gon't say so: Well!!, by (George,
The Short-haired IanThat'l because it comes in bars ,
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but' 'hT-dldn't you call qty attention to
# I bimflf.rd known whe it' was I should A CONSIDERATE PARENT.

i i certainly:. have shaken hands with him Clarence-Have you any idea, dearest, what your father would say ff I asked
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,- -- Clarice-No, 1 haven't He never uses that kind of language before b's! family.

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N' )) I Should' have shaken hands with him ..

} *&4 told him how I admired his consider-
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i i .r The Man-Why did ;you kick ay dog? ,. ; ': f. North (the Iav y- Tbe bouders.are,. klckln orfleeanse' yer t .feedto* 'em huh IT'S EASY COMPARED TO FINDING A TIPTOP 1 EQOiL ,

L 1 The .Kid-'Cos he wus mad. T = .. every meaL THE: KIND f. I Silas Ryefield-WhaU: Three dollars fer a: room. Geerusalum': That's a raatns..

'- The. Man-He wasn't mad. :,' "" MM. Borden-How -.W 1V-111: g1Fa -plusz.puddiug tomorrow. Tell' cook to"" -'G A -FRIEND WHo 'LL REALLYit high price. Isn't It? .
th Kid-Well, he was after T \1(4'i 11a4 put raisins In the '
: bath! : \... rRT vou Hotel MP1'k-"W"n. ItVtbe hlebert room in the hotel.! No 41144.

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DOMESTIC OPINIONS \s .s BEATING THE ANCIENTS."And

I oia Jtuby-> sensible women ought to marry, I think. t'r 2-\4

Young Wlfey-You'd be a bachelor if that were the rule .... _.,. what may cucumbers be"selling

for this morning, Mr. Taylor asked the
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All, LIFE WILL HAVE A JOY THAT WE ; r Day" business. What's the mear.. ot ;
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"It's an ancf nt custom to
1n41I'Vit'' BCT LITTLE. SPRING HOUSECLEAMXG THEN. us from the Romans, Mrs. .Berdan. In r '

ancient fines,they celebrated' ., the'Coming! :
of spring by gathering;in the,wobda and I I I
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Johnny Composes."My groves and dancing around a tree or eS
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he leaned forward to address a fellow- I compose something on May Day, I pro four cents apiece, Mr. .Taylor?"" 9 .i
passenger in the street car, "I am not of I Ibd) 1 lit duce the following: "I haven't a doubt of Itr mr dear o

this country. I am an Englishman." t dlVli Iln oAYtt1 iPPq "The 1st of May Is May Day. On that woman. They may have even sold themat 1.
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7 r day our teacher takes her class .up to the
"I am not posted on your customs. I q0D Ay park. "To widows with four children, and

hear much said about May Day. I take 1 e'tom" "Her object Is to show us the green she having a hard time to pay her rent
It that it refers to the first of :May." grass, the early flowers and the budding and keep a roof over her bead?"
"It surely does! trees. "I don't think that made any differ :j
ence, but being you are a widow and a "
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some peculiar significance "Also to let us hear the spngs of birds steady customer of mine-..-" ;
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attached to the day? and be glad that-we did not die with the "It will be two for five?" .a
"There is, sir. Along about the last pf chickenpox:: last winter: "Yes; take them along. "Did the ancients tell- encumber j
January, when you find that the old overcoat "When we get up there we wade aroundin "I'll do it with me blessings on your at four cent apiece
you hoped would last you all win. ', f the wet and mud. head, Mr. Taylor. I don't know much
ter has got to be replaced you ..uo'rrowf "The grass is, green and so are we. about them ancient!! but when any neighbor priers I'm going, to put on me bonnet .
;; for VI) days to get another:" of mine says she in looking around and run her down here so fast that she'll
"I see." J .' for a grocer who ran stand au ancient be 10 minutes getting her breath bark." '
on hIs head and walk all around; him I for .JOE; KEUH. da. :
_. VERY .RE4SS.CRING, I "And the 00 days brings you to the flrft ..
of May, and then you re got to pay up I I
Tta Terderfoot (in the wild Western saloon)-Have you er-er-lived here101tf or your commercial integrity is, knocked r I Iti ';

into a cocked hat." ,
Alkali Ike-';o. Nobody fives here long. "Bless me! Bless me" exclaimed the ;
wN stranger from a foreign; shore, ashe
rubbed his bands together. "And may I I C>
venture to ask. liir '--" .
A MAY DAY SUCCESS."Do "Oh, yes. "Yes, I have raised the money r r Y>
to pay sly note, but I had to ask help of I- V .
three aunts two uncles, /At T ;3;
a brother and I
they observe May" Day, In the pond six or eight came home with sore my father-in-law, and you can tank 'on It .'''ytTpu a 2 j
schools! out In the country"' jas< asked throats, one tchoolma'am! broke her leg, that the commercial! integrity: America! :sf'; rr 1
I of the old farmer, after some talk about. 'my boy fell out of a tree, and sixteen of is safe for another year." I borrow flfteen dollars for I U
the crops and the weather. the pupils were laid up for two weeks JOE J JRR. plnety days f-'
"I believe they did in our Tillage schoolIst with cases .of poison ivy.. Things went - '. > ,
year," was the reply '. off! with a whew, and t believe they are ': .it''Wi
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going to try and1:'improve-on it this year. ,
Yes, It's a beautiful idea. Our family ''. :it., t .4 .

doctor said he made .more'n enough out ." !j;,. C
of it to pay his taxes and paint his front "" L.: o\ cr (0.0 "
fence." JOE KERR. .d't' a. r j

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woman sitting alone the street r r "
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that la .winter did hot last two or three
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ma'am. Last-year yon'may nave had five {
I or six happy children to participate in tfca. "Jimmy Green and me have a fight andI !
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winter scarlet fever or diphtheriamay +enwo.oa "We .wan pr in the shady dells and it r ,
have devastated ,your household. If 9bx rains. The teacher says 'Darn it!' t1

{111 Li Liv so, please accept. my hearthfelt sympa A {] CCOOOCI O "WeJookfor babbling brooks,and shiver
i thies." I_ Cpa with the cold and the teacher! : says the
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The woman nodded to the conductor same thing same'more.
that she wanted to get off, and a minute a DCOCDDDDOOOODODDDCDCCOa'UDDDCQOCOOO "Tom Hogan and me bare a fight and A
later tbe official entered the car and OLmCaCOLfo he licks:
D'acaoCO DOOCaDaeoacaaarr "Gertrude Smith climbs a tree and
of the fatherly
lM .asked Jnun.; falls down kerplnnk.
r "What did you say to anger that tnonooDDDDeSaDDmoDllpThere ':Each, one of us except the teacher-has
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lady? r"Anger 1g CC> Made niore'n enough to paint brought, luncheon. We let lien In on the
Us her? Why. bless, your' soul, I ground floor and! sue plaj3 Jhe'h-OrK. t
front fence. was 8ympathlzln! with Her' "..Everybody"gets. wet feet. Everybody
"What about shivers! ,. Everybody snuffles. Everybodysays
-It's a beautiful Idea, don't you'think "I thought she might have lost four or April fool is worth ten May Days.
"Wall, It five children, and would be grieving over Everybody goes home. This is all. but
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"That Is, they had a picnic In the wouldn't ride In tbe same car with a Said he/'"I'm the pie- can go out on May Day and pick peanuts
moods, a Maypole dance, and all that?" man It she could help it!" off the trees and yank the blushing banana Miss Footllght-Ii yonr understudy fond of you? I
"Yes and four children fell into a JOE KERR In fact the Me. guy" from his lair in the hillside." Miss Leadinglady-Well, I have observed that she' Is always ready to take my
\ .: But,-she called him the.! -guy from up Me. JOE KERR. part. '

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PAaE SIXTEEN THE ; 19D''"

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:t I ..y :. i'i '" There: is nothing more distressing than :;an itching i ,._burning PSORIASIS I I

I :Hi; 5l ..II q j jt V skin disease, and upon the return fVarm. weather. those ,

-"t{ -1f P PRIMARY f who are afflicted with skin troubles find.the symptoms, appearing SALT RHEUM.

f 'a'ncT know that they will be tormented through the hot

., ,,',-i. CH summer' months. 'The.blood.is heated with humors'arid acrid matter, and as they are forced

F'. ;. to the surface the skin seems to be on fire. The ..treatment of skin diseases with eternal -
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Complete list Aspirants Jor.r 'a pp limost cati is all wrong because they do notr.each: : the trouble which is in the blood.

.. .,,(. ti a Various Political Offices. The such treatment. can be expected to. dVis. allay the itching and burning and cover


: this Year.r All food taken into the body contains,in some form, the elements necessary to'sustainthe

$? 1 : .. is used.f '
l different parts. One portion
( 1 J the of blood another for muscle Tug ITCHING_ WAS ALMOST: UNBEARABLE.
making ,
[ Following is complete list of the
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with rash
irV'L broke out
} l- Dear Sirs-My body a or eruption
.' f I. candidates qualified to enter the Democratic one lor bone, still another for fat, and so on._ which in spite of'all efforts to cure continued to get worse

:.t primary: on :May 15: After these different properties are extracted The Itching, especially at, night, was simply terrible; it
e i: ;' Representative in Congress; 3rd District times to
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'would, almost disappear at only return worse ;
1 remains
food
still
from the there
: than ever. I had tried many highly recommended prepa- fportion
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: .ao z William B. Lamar. that is Useless, or waste matter, rations without benefit and hearing of.S.-$.S. determines R'
: Jefferson D. Stephens. i. r r to give it-a fair trial and was inexpressibly delighted
t't4 ; T : Railroad Commissioner. Which IS intended to be disposed OI through 1 when af 9W bottles cured me entirely, removing every

"*! I (Vote for Two) the natural\ channels of bodily) Waste, the ?leIl1ish.: and pimple from my body.! I shall not fail to reo-
'1,. Thomas J. Appleyard. 'ommendS. S. S. whenever an opportunity occurs to do so.
Liver and Bowels. At this season
Kidneys
r.7)J ': r n x Ed. B. Bailey. Escondido, caL L. MARNO.of .
," : ., l R. Hudson Burr. the year, however, these organs become

!. :.t\ 4 ) t \t\ f : ; j : Justice of Supreme Court. torpid'dull and sluggish, and fail to perform this duty, and these accumulations remain in
(Vote for Two)
: the and absorbed by the blood to ferment and sour producing burning acids and
system are ,
i.. .f.i This new. fire-proof building) will be ready for occupancy May ,1 to 15 Thomas L. Clarke.
nourish the while in this condition
Charles B. Parkhill. acrid humors.. The blood cannot properly system impure i
: :J'1..a. A part of the space'has already teen taken, but the following is still for;; :rent::: James B. Whitfield. and begins to.throw off these acids through'the pores and glands of the skin, producing Acne.
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;' ) Double store'in North end State Senator. '
: floor each floor 43
h carrying second x 120. feet.
: diseases of
;'\t 'Freight elevator and.stairs / .' John S. Beard. Eczema, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum and skin every description.
: House of Representative*. EGZEftlA usually with a redness of the skin followed by pustules from
appears slight ,
:-o.J: store in South half
: ( feet. '
: V Single .21.X"J.20 M. 0. Baggett _
V fluid that dries and forms crust and the is intense. It
.. t::!t':) EntIre'South. half of seconcLfloor.Eighty Chas. M, Coston. which there flows a sticky a itching

M. Jacoby. V is"generally on the back, breast, arms, legs and face though other parts of the body may be
:t.; off f ices on third floor, each office supplied with heat, light and water. J. E. Long. -
afflicted. In TETTER the skin dries cracks and bleeds, and is often very painful. The acid
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: V. The is Geo. T. Morgan. i
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building
} (: fire-Proof-throughout entirely modern in construction, and Jerry J. Sullivan Jr. in the blood dries up the natural l oils of the skin, causing a dry, feverish, hardened condition
pV t' equipment and second and third.fl
: ,. core are reached by both elevatorand stairs. Tax Asessor.W. and, giving it a leathery appearance. ACNE makes its appearance on the face in the form of
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F. C. Brent
to First
or apply over NatIonal'Bank. Tax Collector. pimples and black-heads, and is particularly disagreeable because of its unsightly appearance -

.. \".Y.i 1MUI _.8 --m DV""" _.-..;",- ,'. ,,I I N., McK Oerting.J. ,: while, PSORIASIS, a scaly disease, comes in patches on different parts of the-bpd3'.

.. ": .r'.' S. Roberts.County Treasurer.* One of the worst'forms of skin disease is SALT RHEUM It discharges a watery fluid, form-

: i n-ust !be different kinds of employ/-/ John G. Welsh. ing sores and producing intense itching. The head and face are the parts usually affected,

f Tirrnfri;; I I"j. Kent some more pleasant some less J. E. Williams. and sometimes the hair falls out and a mass-of'sores forms on the scalp. '
: l on Socialism pleasant Is it likely that", any set: omen l Thos. F. Wrighton. ,

.;' can distribute the work or tithe x Members of County Democratic Exec' These and-all skin diseases are due to the same_ cause-burning acids and humors in
'Vi'-r( compensation to the satisfactioncf utive Committee. blood and until this. made they will continue. The best
all, to 'satisfaction! ofa the pure
::1 }: Atlanta News or even the Frank Re:liy, Chairman.
:! :'r:... V VV I "majority' of the people? ; A. H. D'Alemberte; Secretary. treatment for all skin diseases is S. S. S.,.a remedy that is purely vegetable, being made entirely .

E.. .' .':. II : V .. that'Probably we have the to the nearest socialistic approach state Precinct No. 1-Archie: Benton. ) from roots, herbs and barks, and acts'directly on the blood with a cleansing, healing

With wonderful clearness Hon. said, "Renter'lplto Caesar the thing I today is to be found 'to_ the civil Seri- Precinct Precinct No.No. 3 2--H.Win.T. Archer.Pursell. ;i effect. .It neutralizes the acids and 'purifies the blood so that the skin, instead of being

!William Jennings Bryan in the April that : : DRYAN ON SOCIALISM NO 2 2. :. ; blistered and the fluids is nourished of .
are .Caesar's; "He recognized Precinct No. 4-A. C. TIrypin.I burned by fiery by a supply cooling, healthy'blood.It
r; Century. sets forth the difference between the conditions 'of organizaa'' : ice. If the civil service develops I Precinct No. 5-A. H. Bailey.
govern I
down into the circulation and forces of
5 i I out particle waste or foreign matter
every ,
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j individualism and socialism. ment and- showed that His own!l' mor.3 unselfishness and more altruistic -', .Precinct No. 6-C. H. '-Jackson. ,
The article is particularly strongbecause kingrom' waa'splritural :; devotion to the .general l welfare Precinct No. 7-M. T. Jicaiilan.e builds up the ]blood l and cures all skin diseases promptly

of its fair and judicial temper I Sir Bryan defines individualism as:,I tban private employmentth. '', ,. II Precinct No. '8-Oliver WA'.te.: Bud_ and permanently. S. S. S. does not leave the least particle -
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and beacuse its logic is irresistible. lithe private ownership of thEI enact! is yet tohe t dIscovered. Proctor.
It should he read by all who I Cleans of"> production'and distribution ; (Mr. Bryan des not .s av as much i It nl, Precinct No. 9-N. J. Brewton. ... of the poison for future 'outbreaks, but entirely rids

txH: I' !Wish to keep well informed on greatpolitical I in which competition is practically his iCentury article but he is unde.r-j Precinct No. 10-E. Ward W. H. the blood:of the cause for all skin diseases.
matters which the American and he stood to favor: or has favor !
impossible; defines socialism
'Y' '4 people must pass upon. While we do as'-"the collective ownership, municipal ownership: of local utilities.j Godwin Precinct J. No.F. Rigby.11-W. C. .s S. S, S. tones up the system! and regulates the

Lot believe that socialism will gain through the state of all the means; state ownership of state an I Precinct No. 12-M. A. Touart Williams: Jr.; pllirf..l: Liver, Kidneys, and Bowels so that they will carry off
considerable foothold! outside of of national ownership of national: util i I
any production and "distribution.: I .
ni cities, the ties. 'He favored Mr.Hill's' New Precinct No. 13-P. BU'Radcliffv I the natural waste, andrefuse'matter through the
,, the great question one i Mr., Bryan says; that, as: the social Precinct No. H-.,.. proper
that will figure in our national campaigns -|I ists agree.in hostility to .competition i York platform urging governmen t No. IS-Wm JavMcHifsa.Precinct A. DanJ.am.precnct : I'! : channels, instead of leaving it to be absorbed by the
; it would be well to haveit ownership of the anthracite coal
i4' ,r,2I: understood, and by all the people.'I as a controlling agree that force competition, and as Individuals is i mines and has ibeen.an qncompromising : No. 16-W. B. Hubbard. ,I blood. ,Nothing equals. J3. S. S, 'in the- treatment of these troubles and for building up the ,

Again, the socialistic propaganda opponent of trusts and merger Precinct; No. 17-H. C.,lopton. .hea1th.VdfeJ treatise on'skin and medical advice wish.
f qty.. sows .the seeds of discontent and I necessary for the ll-.being; of society and centralized, capital. .' Precinct No. 18-M.O.Bzggett! i'I ge nele our diseases, any you

leads w.ell-meaning people to ..followvisionary I line ,between the .fairest the two aaa! schools most accurate can be There are those ..whocriticise'.h Mi-. Precinct No. 19-. .*. . We make no charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, GA.

F .h, schemes Instead of devoting I draw>3 at the point where comps ti- Bryan 'becayse-of his'.earlier! political Precinct No. 20-Mart McCurdy.
(-' t themselves to practicable things j i jtion begins, to be impossible, both l views. The New York World says: Precinct No. :21-Joseph D. Tram-
? ,Mr. Bryan treats the socialist with;schools favoring public ownership:, "In the days of his congresslona: 1 mell.
%wJi': the greatest kindness and respect f.I j where competit.on'can: have free career, when he had lots of Iron and Precinct No. 22-\ '. H Mayo ,
He says that no one can read socialistic -! play. Much of- the1,strength developed y vinegar in his Wood, he once expressed Precinct No. 23-H. C. Killa'm.
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$* ;;fir r literature without recognizing!i, by sociaJfeTh\ is due to the fact a willingness to die for-the prih K. County Commissioners
% ; j the moral passion that pervades it; that socialists advocate certain reforms ciple of free trade. He :was the mo \ District No. 1-J. B.tftebertsuC. F.
ri-1 t and he refers to the fact that a I which individuals also adv. eloquent of all the advocates of .tl1 f' Zeek. r 1
"' w r 'writer In the Encyclopedia Brittanic4declares cate. Take,' for illustration, says I free and unlimited coinagr (/'of salve r District No. 2 Jno. A. Merritt,
'' that "the ethics of social- Mr. Bryan, th) public, ownership of at the rato: of 16 to 1. He. defended'ithe Wm. J. Sinnott. 1
-'fe.V' lent' are identical with those of waterworks. It Is safe to say that! Tillmanfc! proposals to reorganize District No. 3-Jas. M,. Andrews A.i
t Christianity." Mr. Bryan expresses a large majority.of the people living: the United State Su prema. Qo'urt i In C. Blount. Jr.. W. A. Shelby
;' confidence that tbs things which are'in cities of any considerable size fan tiger to reverse the inCOme tax: de District No. 4-W. P. Bronson H.
Ji -' F tthlcally best will finally prevail i von their ipublic: Qwnership-individ. cision. It wasMr.. Bryan, we believe, C. Clopton, Jno A. Wiggins.:
{, r ,: Every department of human activity. ualists because !H'is practically im who first enunciated the' theory that t District No. 5-Jas. R. Steward.
', Still his Judgement is against socialism possible to' bevy more than one watersystem $ ,OOO a year is all anyboay: can really County Board of Public Instruction.
k., from which we judge that in a' city, and socialists on earn." The friends of the 'grea District No. 1-Wm: .Anderson..
'?a+'j ,& i1'a does not consider the ethics of soHalism the general ground that the govern democratic leader need not worry, District No. 2-H. G. De&ilva.
aai anal Christianity identical.Christ ment should own all the means of Bryan is to-day bigger than .ever h; District No. 3-W. M. Agerton, W. TO GET THE GENUINE
I t did not teach socialism, production and distribution. The fore and his record as an, honest and< B. Hubibard. a
l r'),, i : though if all our ;people weretrue sentiment in favor of municipal 1 sincere man is without spot or blem:
j Supervisor of
Christians, we would have a j lighting plants, Mr. Bryan thinks i it Is ish. True hewas..' defeatea! twice, W. :M. J. Scott. Registration. RED ROCK. GINGER ALE
jonditlon far superior to .the highest', not yet so strong, and the sentimentin but, admitting tat 16 to (1 :was"a Justice i
of Peace.

i I ;, is als looked of the at the socialists.piece of money When andVerily J e- favor street of public ,.telephones it and!I folly still mora than \\i million District No. 2-J. L. Bell, J. D. Goss, i( _----V-_ _._,..,..... ---_... --.,, ..,. ...... .. _
public car linej still less: Americans were of. his belief, and it 1 R. L. Nichelsen, Geo. J. Slocumb. j V "" -"""""""' 'L.--=-- ...
_t t I rronounced; but the\ same general 1 is not given to all men to be born District No. 5-J. M. Harrison. ,
Y"rill trinciplestf apply .to them, and Individuals u rN i
District
_lit. J -- J vise. Bryan has broadened Im No. 7 Joseph E. Hanks, J. '
without accepting the creedof S. Rikard. Always look for the Red Rock Crown
socialism, can advocate the exten- Densely in recent years, .and despite Stopper on

ton: of municipal ownership to these defeat, ha-s. gone steadfastly to''serene A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good J I F bottles. That IS yourg iarantee of quality your

utilities. I heights from which he commandsthe "I have been afflicted with kidney assurance that
Mr. Brjwn sensibly that you get a pure Ginger
very says .
respect and bladder trouble '
and attention of those for years, passing! .
ors, must take man a* we find him Ale Instead of colored
and, taking' him that way we see who a few years ago held his namas .e. gravel or stones with excrucltlngpaino" pepperheatedwater. NO,
,1 that he needs the spur' of competition a synonym for "political vagaries. says A. H! Thurnes, a well] "Say RED ..kOCland
known coal operator of '- D4 til
\0 Buffalo, 0. 1 i II y
P'4 s but the socialists would substitute 1
got on relief from medicine until I tr l it PLIlI/i
began say
altruistic! i for selfish motives r rw. oC i iOn

Who which Is to map decide shall, under socialism ................ ..t.. .. ..... the result takiJ1fgFoley's was surprising.,Kidney: Cure A, then few (( nacu iaoooco
just :' doses started the brick-dust-like sale in bottles? at all C/ ATUMTA
able work? Mr. Bryan says: sub groceries, l
i, I 'There' Is a marked distinction between : stance and now I have no pain across etc., and on draught at
wk 1 voluntary! cooperation upon IF.SJellen&eoHandle i I (} my kidneys and I feel like a new man soda fountains.
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terms mutually 'Satisfactory, and : It.[ has done me J1000 worth of good."
: compulsory cooperation! upon terms 0 Y Foley's Kidney Cure will cure every
.. agreeable to a" majority. In any attempt II i Nothing .i.iIt form of kidn?y or bladder disease. W.
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of A. D'Alemberte' druggist and
to tppjy tbA! teachings apothecary. -
tV1 i it Christ: to an economic state, itj: But .- "*#
must 'be remembered that his religion : l1Je trade can be supplied with
f .:; pints and the Con
by
theWedding begins with a regeneration; of TIIE'VERYesr : : PUBLIC'.SALE.In quarts

: the human 1ieart"an(} with"an' ia'eal'of..: conformity to resolutions passed :solicited t Grocery Company PensacolLTetley's
life which. makes service the measure ofEverything. by the Board of Public Works there ,

Gift of greatnessTolstoywho' repudiates I'!ri V will; be sold to the highest bidder,.at' .
socialism 'as .1. substantial reform; noon, Monday, April 30, 1&06 in frontof of.:
a I contends. that the bringing rof the Individual
the City Hall Jefferson
Into harmony with, God pa Street
de me mule; also one frame and
ResistanceJ partialy -
Is the all-Important thing, and that III
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hull of schooner,
standing in
k} this '
accomplished; all. injustice
.Clean, heavy clipped 'White the street
11 : at the foot of Adams street
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disappear. much conceive Tea
.> CJ J A dinner service selected from of a, voluntary association between it Oats...No. ,2 White i Corn,; pnit)7'R.ran;;4-; I 28apr2t CHAS. H. BLL&S, s x .
persons desiring to work together Mayor.Wm.
one"of our exclusive open-stock ; and -Shorts f.'F V.

patterns would certainly be the Ideal, than accoi'a to:conceive ng tot,', "the of Christian the "suc I : Chick Feed consisting ofJ'o; + The taste for T ct1ey's /
articles for
cessful, of a system en I. the rapid ; and ,
feature the show operation
principal piece
I. healthy growth of 1
the newly
t forced by law. 'wherein altruism i is Johnson S
hatched: onTetleys'
the of the
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t i display gifts to- the controlling' principle. is'the most cub
Wheat
',-he' 'govisrnment, wether it leans and Mixed Feed-for
". bride. hen. <. Teas
toward individualism or toward Socialism i -Ihe served free (in ,

q J If you,wish to do, 'something must be. admitted by human cowhand Condition poultry.Powders for.. >horse. annex) by an expert. Either lured, ta'stc'.in tea. i Itching,, Scabby Skin 'Bone Pains Swellings

handsome for her the teings;:end its administration) will reflect .', IConkey's I hot or iced. Calf: 'at t the ,
,. suggestion : Celebrated Big
1 the weakjre&s} ahd-imperfectlos) ?s Poultry I. If Ton have aches heal all Scabs,Scales,Eruptions,Watery
F cannot be improved upon. of those jvhd control it: Justice rE>- : Remedies, coupe, .cure. cholera .Store; and try a cop. There is .-bash-idpalm'f. bones, Blisters, by giving pure,aealtay Wood M
quires' that ch individual shall re cure gape cure and lice killer '5 I ndJolntB elteoted parts '
.flavor f I Itching ebb'
.l, \ : 5 The designs we' control for' this ceive from '!9d ty .a.'r: ward proportionate i If you live in town. telephoney fragrance and strength vcrccIDa : : : ilktn. ,JUoo<1 V re ell "t.

t lect lion of the country are the choicest to;his contribution to societ us. in TetleyVTea.. :: -- a -...lUJP totSwoUen and Glands Bumps: CANCER
i the grand things produced by Can the state,. acting'" through officials t If in neighlborin-gtowns-write kinds that you wantDAK"AND c"i the S1D. MueUi
Among 'make the Apportionment better 1 to us. ,, The abovo ptctura: J>atcb'tt In Moat Bnjipnratinr SwelUnn, 1'1'
V the best makers here and abroad. tbow,,1aUlaallcBJligd hors Throat !' meN, : EettBgtSoreso "
I than it can be made by competition t I'I A swell line of Ladies' Oxfords t wWdomsklaaLe. plat,Ootraer-Calored 1ni. or Urlti1ceu. If 1ciB Save s
CJ J Come in and roam around the place ? At present, official favors are ; PINEcheaper ttooq pace+a4d cb, ?]> aurua.doNrn. : e WT u fD S td."taR[
rot distributed strictly according to I just receive .,, .- V1eel'l 011 no It Pates,tape'lOoQ4lm: apa. wiU dUoappeGr
alive! with body Hair or Eyebrows out
-it'i gift suggestions. merit either in republics or in monarchies' F. S. MELLEN J Wm. Johnson & Son. tilling take before ti f'develttl .P
than you can buy Bets nio EloG'E 1a t1 .
; Ia l i it certain that socialism ,- i Botanic Blast Satn,' 6ear&&teed! aatJU4.,. tb; a gh 4ple4. $
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would insure f-a'nyvvhere. Any size you to core the went afro most' for a -
'a fajrfr division of rewards seatd yean. Cfispwd< ot Tar .BotanSp:
!. If the government; Phone 334 t ', ', : 'SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON w nE.1.G..SEWElL, casei. Brail all oreLttopstUicfcti ants Jnrredlac .. &tre\Jfll.ita, > Wbk, f8toa.,
F IY operatesall : THIS WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES AND pa1U, nd ,a'cam.1t1nIl.. at"'bo.Pd! i s, curesDr.peMp6le: : spire<<.4t, -j; r
GESON'Sis the (Jac rjes, 'ail'the\ farms, and< pur rica. ',, TOld ; Pcnsacola ,
i Fla.. J ,CHILDREN! SPECIAL .RATES .healthy COJl. t1o.. cared wk n.money itht p.eab .1s.44kbn.
all l the stQfegjj-'ther&xmust be superinj 1 v.vi <; ).. Z.':> Bheumatlw;Cafcrrh!s.'Eozeas Scnfula : faaJed.. Saris A):su'll'ret. tendents'a< :pelt; as,'.. workmen, ; there! ... -........- .j.- .... WANTE ::0 ltrrfCE. :GIRL ,- ..are tIouM4 bl Poison A Uie.B1. 4. B.B.B I writing rfWygnrtrpn6lppnar Blood BiimCaj eCt:& a.to m' io:
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