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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: May 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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TWO FATALLY HURT Senate Agrees' to 'Vote on Hen. and Jeamrtngaged in .s.,.'. I l' ..1. fjI ={ "'
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day. .-. Ambassador. t ; Porter 'Cflfj .'r Clearing-Away-D'..bris.. J[ [ MORNiNG Small Percentage of Registered' _i>-. (. .f.r. :'ef{,)

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Troops Fired Into. Crowd DuringD'uring ''plimeted by House. WORK OF PROVIDING FOR ''DESTI- Voters Have Pvid. ... ,' .: .:/..': '. ,
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Second Collision No Cases of Special ImportanceAre I ::A < f '- .: ,
TUTE-AND HOMELESS EXECUT5 } I
.:> '1'E.D District Attorney Prevented Inquiry t < {,:
By Associated Press to see restored to the b'll. UNDER PLAN DEVISED BY J on Docket this OUT OF A VOTING POPU ; ;
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.Washington April 30.-The senate Immediately after the approval of .' : : '
SEVERAL VOLLEYS FIRED, .AFTER will 'begin voting on the amendment! tile journal Mr. Olmsted, of Pennsylvania ,GENERAL, GREELEY"-,WHICH. PUT Into Political. Contributions Term. ,LATION (OF OVER THREE ':1'1 i: .
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to .the railroad rate bill next;, Friday; presented a resolution of thanks i '
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An, Agreement to that effect was on behalf of the peopfr ., :
TREATED :TO A COLLIERY'TO'+ reached today, 'but It proved"impossi- States to General Horace Porter,.latei :- DfRED HAVE PAID POLL TAX- -w ,.- ::'> ,.
ble to extend the understanding to'in- ambassador to France for his untiring AGANCE. ? :-f. if. GRAND JURY MAY, HOWEVERUNDEREARTH 'iil j {
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AWAIT REINFORCEMENTS I, elude a date for'taking' a. final vote efforts to discover and disinter 11 ;\' By LIST OF NOMINATIONS TO BE '..'.
'The < !New York, April 30. The April SOMETHING OF -.,1" -
BY REFUSAL on the bill as a whole the :body of Admiral Paul Jones. 1; ;; .'" ,:
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RIOT I I Most,, of" the. time in the senate today" resolution was unanimously carried. By Associated ,Press., Grand Jury on completing its term INTERESTING CHARACTER AND MADE. .: .'' .
to-day returned presentment to -a.. : .,
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OF DINING. ROOM GIRLS TC was devoted, to.a speech by Mr I with the further request that General! San Francisco! April 30.-Two .'
declaredit .
Clarke, of Arkansas, in which he crlt i Porter's recent speech atAnnapols_ : slight earthquake shocks! at an inter- Recorder) Goff in which it COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT '1 j '
SERVE SOLDIERS.By icised the pending rate bill as ineffectual at'the interment of the'body. of Amer:! val! of an hour were fell; here today. contributions had failed to investigate' political officials Have you paid your poll tax? :J! : L

to remedy existing conditions, ica's first admiral be printed in the;No damage was done and no alarm becau 3 District: by insurance Attorney Jerome WILL CONVENE MONDAY, MAY The great battle of ballots foe t < :.-
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Pres Congressional Record and made a. felt. A had advised the jury not do so. The 14TH-GENERAL LEGAL NEWS I state and county offices will take -_ .:: 't. .
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Mount 30.- AMBASSADOR PORTER' congressional ,Today. marked the "-beginning of jury also stated at had asked! Jeromefor place. on May 15, and the law provides :'.- ; ".j": f, 1.
Carmel Penn., April HIGHLY COMPL1MENTEC dis ll .ngtIl'g the city from disordered" evidenca the insurance' l '
against : ; ;
that poll! tax must be paid tea i
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HEARST ASKS: TWO ANDA
;After the dining room girbs! at thre --- conditions and commencement; of I officials and that he ,had opposed any <
i i hotels had refused to serve Lieuten! Washington, April 30.-The house HALF MILLION MORE the work,of reconstruction.! Men and I I action because he desired first to secure The May term of the United States days preceedmg the election. ':,< t ,

Lilt Smith' command of state con+ devoted the major portion of the day teams were ''engaged inlarge numbers an op'nion from the appellate' court will open this morning at 10 In view of the law antf its strong : '. '. "

,to. agricultural.. appropriation bill I Washington, April' 30.-Representative -',clearing: away the debris and excavating -II division of the Supreme Court of the o'clock with Judge Charles Swayne arm there is nothing left lor those :; : .I ;..
etabulary, ths trooper were o:charge Inclul Hearst today Introduced resolution t':: > '
i andmatters incident thereto; for: foundation'sAdvertisements; : i state on the question of which such 'who have not paid their poll I I tax, but !; .1.
upon by a large crowd of foreign ; ing the free distribution of .seeds', ,. in. .the .,house: appropriatingtwo 'for labor were seen,on all sides and !contributions constituted: larceny. presiding. !! ,
miners. The 'troopers beat them which the bill does not provide for ,.i and a 'half million: dollars for .theCalifornia .. met with ,numerous "responses from Jerome tod! the jury such an opinion Grand and petit jurors for the term to: do so before County Tax Collector 1- ":'"

:back with blackjacks and several but which many members are anxious sufferers.: all classes. I would ba given the first 'Friday will be empaneled immediately after' Roberts closes his offics May, 4, :rj S'

'were severely injured, .one fatally. Today's: ,work of providing for the I in ,May and the case would then be the tribunal is opened and organ'zed Friday evening. .
,destitute and homeless wasexecuted i laid before a special grand jury, Escamtoia cunty: has over 3,000 $.' ::
for second after which the charge of the
Th.9 crowd prepared a PLNSACQLIJ3OYS 'on a Ms in SUMMARY OF I l registered voters? and the pitiful ..,. ..it, :
: -Smith'drew : will delivered. '
men court be
charge when
{ ; -which putt a check oa' inste, extravagance Recorder Goff accepted the presentment ,.: t,
I,.line. ,and threatgaed, to shook Chic( I "and deception',,',1f,., .*. !. and discharged the jury Practically the entire term will be, ot 900 represents the entire total ...- .
L.03urgessc a .member of the U.nion.' ad+ THE JVEAFHER: FORSAKE-HOMES *General Greeley tgdar,. reiteratedhis but informed that it had not done devoted to criminal business as''there tnat has paid poll tax for 1905. Just ". I; I. y.'f.",

vtsed tote taen to .tfispsree, whjclt ; __ ; *j ; previous 'attitudeigo. the war department its full duty although it had rendered are not more than six or eight civil i think of how persons neglect,this : .fry !t l'V i>.. .
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>ad the effect of causing .the crowd regarding tM necessity- .of signal service in accentuating the the docket. important matter. A question that : ; ',
cases on '
.to-'-...nmIlitaryties"'a "unequivocal, responsibility! which in the minds of those who love pure, i ? ; '.
'$ \i .yr -._ .1 '. '_" >\ j ji l was'78"degreea- Later collision /occurred. between; .'minimum 69 decrees at 4 p: m. SEEK OTHER the distribution of 'supplies., He' rec.ommends ner ; "by the grand jury is not known frea and government one.* t.
the troops and the, crowd when Mj of that forty-five discreet officers though it is stated' that no cases of!of. the meet essential factors to attain .' I I ; {r: :
I ,Observer Reed in his summary AND FOREIGN DO Ml- !
such ends. One dollar an-
be derailed San Francisco to 'per : ;
ordered the men to shoot. The ; to
scheduled 3!
. : the weather yesterday said: A. A. SERAPHIC extraordinary importance are .a
scattered in terror as the\ carbine* "The disturbances noted Saturday; CI LES. assist in the economical relief work. for consideration. The inquisitorial Mim is all that is necessary to secure : I f't: ,' ,

cracked one man in the crowd falling .::morning have decreased intensity. ; reduce expenses he urges that theFederal 'body may, however find cases : a receipt for a poll tax which / v. f ;

with..'three bullets in his body,, the one which was eastern Nebraska Two :youth;, sons of well knows troops at San ''Francisco or TRANSFERREDA. of just such a character. It has been gives every man a right t3'Ote., .L/!
die. A number ol ''Pensacola families have left the to be sent there be reduced to one t. ;
He will probably : pai- done before.
the St. Law
moved slowly to
has provided of course he is otherwise iA':1 1', .
others wera. wounded but. managed valley the'southwestern depression ental roof and agreed to let the regiment of cavalry and one. of inantry. -
rence ;
to escape. ;I is now in northern Texas:; world'1' take care of them or in other .. A. Seraphic for many years government Criminal Court. every! ,way qualified. -i' -I! s r'.
After several volleys Smith order cloudiness is scattered over the coon words shift for themselves. immigration inspector at The county criminal court will open Offices to Fill. ,-'DJ 1 ,
eft his men to- fall back to the Sayei try. There have been showers since+ The boys ar* Cecil Herman, son of MAY AND DEWEY DAY this port, has been transferred to for business and trials of cases Monday In the democratic primary which -\ ; .

colliery, 'where ha reported the news Sunday morning in the middle Plateau Mrs. C. C. Herman and nephew of WILL! 'SE'OBSERVED HERE Tampa. He will be' succeeded by lay 14, with Judge Beggs on the takes place May 15 candidate toe 'S;
to "headquarters at ,Pottsville. He region from Texas northward In Mayor Bliss and a son of J. N. George Moore, who has been assist bench. No cases of special interest Geminations for congress two railroad ::.: l, < .
and Eroughton the contractor. The boys To-day i j May Day and Dewey ant inspector at. Mobile.Mr. ( ;
was ordered to hold his ground the Lake ; ire on the docket. of .y .-
the Atlantic states and in + I commissioners, two justice
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was notified that reinforcements left on the 5 o'clock train yesterday Day and will; be generally observed Seraphic, in addition to his state senator, ,: .
'would. be sent. Later ha took his' Region. conditions the afternoon purchasing tickets for with, picnics wad other pleasures. Its official; duties, Is president of the Municipal Court. the representatives supreme court in the legislature tax t:} : ; r':r
command to Pottsville. (B for+ "Temperature .over River Junction. The sheriff of Walton understood that some of the business .' Sponga Diving Operators :Associa- the "
Judge Laney in municipal court treasurer, .'
as'they were ollector, assessor county ). t
about ;
lEaving he was+ placed under a five+ country are county was 'wired last night to : houses wilT close up in the afternoon ton.: His numerous frienafc' in this had the usual Monday morning run!I supervisor of registration, members ,f < jt' '\
hundred+ dollar bond.GOVERNOR. day morning. satur'j appr hood th m. It is probable that in compliance with and in! city will regret to learn of his transfer : : ;
Df and conduct of ; ,
+ jags disorderly cases of the county school board, justice i' :
weather report t'
"The first the youths, who are 13 or 14 years recognition of the proclamation of i and sincerely hope that the : -
before him. Twenty-three of these he commissioners, ; :
Francisco since the severe earthquake -,old, will be under the parental roof, Major BUllS' resignating the day ahalf ', change will prove beneficial in every : peace county : j' .:''
vrho appeared before the court of the democratic 'i" ;
wiii were hairman county
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was received. this morning and I before many suns set. holiday. i way.RLTURM I 1 ....
contains the information that another I I found guilty and with one exception!I secutive committee, secretary of the ,

'.. light shock was felt there last night --- '. light fines were assessed. The total county democratic executive committee .
,. NOT BE HERE at 11 o'clock Pacific time. t' .1 amount of fines was ?89 and costs. : and members .of the sama'ommitte t t '

"The morning conditions: are fav I, 'T AwaERR tX; stAY., if'l COKE Ella, schufoot. was turned over to will be j jvoteo! for. The -, } ,
i orable for continued partly _cloudy! AND '- v ; the county on charges of cursing and }ajment of the .poll tax is one of t .; t
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TIL
ICE CR.tAM.FETIVAL
with lighsouth : using( abscene language.No < I be pmain prerequisites for the i i -
weather this vicinity SUul
over
WIRES .THAT HE ,WILL BE UNABLE EO1NE .
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Tuesday." .To NII winds tonight and ,
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Suits Filed. In fact unless the poll tax is paid 'j.
TO SPEAK AT FERRY . ,
; No suits of any kind were filed in tE'n days before the primary those ; 1 ;
PASS. DROWNED IN THE ISOUND either the federal or circuit courts' who fail to do so disfranchise them- : "f} ,'"'"
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elves. The old phrase "I forgot" r :;
)resterday. s; : ;
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rill; not cut any figure ,with the sui : 1
SUNDAY ( clerks of ejection 'j ".
Governor N.. B. Broward will be H-ii14 lervisors and 1 :'1, ,.
I when a" person comes to the 'polling; f'
'unable: to' fill his contemplated ap- BOND COMPANYIS
i \r Loath to vote. If his name is not 4.t;
anointment at Ferry 'Pass May 5. Thisbecame : Theodore Merstelle, aged 33 years, 9 Ors on the poll: tax list as having paid or :!t
( known yesterday; when a pri-! a painter by trade *'as drowned ia I rir IN TROUBLE h9 fails produce a receipt for his p !f
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ate< telegram was received from the the Sound in Dunham's Cove opposite styr oil tax, in the event his name Is '.; :t
governor which lead: "Regret to advise the quarantine station Sunday; tot on the list he can not vote and it; r'
'that I cannot attend Ferry Pass Elternoon at 3 o'clock. The dead' I I' / ". By Associated Press tat is all there is to the matter. 1 c /; '

picnic fiftlL'During man and several comtpanions"letttere Boston, 30.-A bill in Duty to Vote. .
his rscent visit here Gov .., April equity
recreation' Folk ,
Saturday night for a Such reformers, as Governor
eking for the appointment of are.
ernor Broward stated that he wouia ad< 'pleasure jaunt. ,Msrsfelle, Simon I'I 7 c; address the' Knights of Labor picnicat in CfTHET Rolla! Wells, of r't.
Jerome and Joe How ll were I mmittee; of bondholders against 'hilad'lphia, Major >
+Ferry Pass on the date men- all t t: YREAhI: Al'LDBEY Johnson of Min-
''bathing, when in somemanner he American Reserve Bond Com- St. Louis, Governor
tipned, and, the message that he will stepped off Into deepwater at TlRT1'1EKT' OF of Kentucky. The state savingsommiesioners esota: and Senator LaFollette, of
three any
fee, una.ble'to attend will be received same time, ''Menstelle was I.R the Wisconsin. in their public speeches f'
!with .genuine regret.STtAMER I drowned +before' assistance ,could I FROM MOW OH II1J j v ; which are in investigating February last, 1a"e stated that it u the duty of t

.reach him. Jerome -and Howell do Fk T OWE AR Y 0 U R 1 q A13ou'f I II II timpany vas forbidden by the :Massachusetts i\ery American citizen to qualify

SUNK lot know how they. wers saved from! A pT & % oxr commission to do business in this imself la order to take part in allections.
: ; J a watery grave.;' ileretelle's body!I /? : MOR>; 1cNoot. itate. They refer to those who ;-,
was soon dragged.ashore:and brought;I / / O F f CH00110NTH i neglect' to take advantages of the ,'

fOUR'DRO\\lNE01 here to.>be prepared for burial. 'I' : I J r" Ol eight of suffrage as persons who I
i The dead: 1 man Is from Hraderson STUDENT DROWNED tava no right to complain, when offiials i .! -
Ky., and has been here for about two: are elected contrary to their ,:; 4'

By Associated Press. jeans. A --brother war. informed of! ;y L / !'",rishes. The authority and right to I 1t
lGurnsy, Channel Islands April the man's death and ne is' expected!I 0 AT ASHVILLE larticipate in the coming primary -f 'i

30. The passenger steamer Courier,' to ,arrive to-dat to earry.theremains .. :s exteaaed' to every white democrat f-ft
\vdth of nine : so Kentucky for Interment ; ;===== '0 ,who is qualified to exercise the f;' i..
A crew and twenty passengers 'j 1
g I Associated Press. ." '
: 'the 4 By right of suffrage. This can only ba
An inquest was held over remains i I1.
foundered off Sarkson and;: \ '
the and a verdict of ,accidenta1rlE'9.th Asheyille, N. C., April 30J. A. P. lone by registering, paying the poll ";.
Tnrso of ,
sank Immediately.
I Icrew by drowning :was .return,*!. r w start( :Jr., age eighteen, of Lancaster tax and complying with the election : "
and one passenger were i S. C., a student at the Binghamton -, .
laws in ,
in the with Merstelle tt every particular. h''ir f
Those party !
drowned, all the others being: rescued.No ] ,
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school, drowned while bathing '
was .. ,
Don't poll tax. ,
neglect to -
that pay your
disaster that the report any .mem ,
explanation of tha has state '.
Intoxicated Is erroneous. 6 NTIA171gy p : ; I this afternoon in a pond half a Friday, May 4, will be the last day
teen received. ber was .
'.- n uric! from the school. (He was evilently and there are over two thousand -A
H Hd seized with cramps and sank hers, according to figures who hart I;

:' t I without an outcry. The body wa s3' re- :lot complied with the law. Pay( your. :c .

Must Agree to SlThe \pportized 1 overed. '' oil tax. ; y:! ", L

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Orgat Democracy d '.( ) Strohbar Surrenders to j

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By Associated Press. j I Among the rules is the following have: %- ""I i Ii Sheriff at Gainesville ; l l
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.llot
primary
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;,Atla #a. April 30. The Democratic( I. '
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tate committee' met here today and' printed on it the following caption; : ;

Jt ter several sessions fixed August 22 By voting this ticket Thereby. declare I"j '. :
,democrat and hereby By Associated Press. Broward. of Florida, today returned to
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for: the democratic state primaries I[ am an organized : 1- ': '
't. WHOWATiT/tO Gainesville, Fla. 30.-J, N. Gainesville, where he is wanted on
the April
ana- Macon, September 4, for the stateConvention. pledge myself to support organized ocPYqJo.: the charge of embezzling seventy-five ";'
:/ The committee adopted -democracy' both state! .' and t'' 8E_.QU f.\1 O THE l1A1i'S s.4. Stroh-bar who was recently'tried' and hundred dollars from the :Atlantic '

long series of resolutions defining national. : acquitted in Atlanta and for whom Coast line, and surrendered to Sheriff :
les,to the primaries and 'lim- No ballot cast in: {he primary election ; 7 :'I;., .. .
"govern wtll be ,. :; Governor Terrell of Georgia, refused Fennell. Later he was released oa

sting those: who may vote at the pri- counted withoufsuchcaption''toy the, mangers.&' ;" MAY."I"':1ST.: OBSERVATIONS. .:_.... >: to' honor the requisition, of Governor bond for appearance next 'I11un,.

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.'1- sufferer who depends on them for: a cure is sure to be disappointed. These THE U. -" '" ., ,

z:-- minerals will remove the external symptoms and shut the disease up inthe i' ".4 J !

system for a while but the trouble wili.surelyreturn and the loathsome I 1NIIY RENENJOY' -

symptoms of sore mouth and throat copper-colored spots falling hair sores THE Cu l

and ulcers etc., will be accompanied by _the disastrous effects of the Tt3

f, treatment The continued use of these strong minerals will completely ruin N PRIMARY R vNX->W\' which they play and the enjoyment
and out of the
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the health and weaken the system to such an extent that the original .
'f' disease often becomes incurable and sometimes fatal. Mercury which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that

'" and potash eat out the delicate lining of the stomach and bowels, healthful development which is'so essential to their happiness when grown. When rF

l destroy the gastric juices, producing I chronic dyspepsia, cause mercurial -' J a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and GfyIII

Rheumatism salivation and where they are taken in large quantities cause Orders Issued to Officers by Sec Complete List of Aspirants for strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be.such as physicians would h

r necrosis or decay of the bones S. S. S. is the'only remedy that can cure to be wholesome and the remedy
known
r-: Contagious Blood Poison surely and safely. This remedy of nature, made retary Bonaparte Within the Various Political Offices saa tio because its component parts are iiy. one remedy which physicians: : and yrtiI
t" entirely of roots herbs and barks antidotes and destroys the powerful virus I II itself free from every objectionable The;
of the disease and by purifying the blood of every particle of the'poison and Past Few Days. this Year. parents, well-informed apprors and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,

enriching and strengthening this vital fluid it removes every symptom because of its pleasant flavor,its gentle action and its beneficial;effects, is-Syrup

r and leaves the body in a.strong, healthy con of Figs-and for the same reason it is'the only laxative which should be used by .x,

: dition. 'When the blood has been purified Special to The Journal. Following is a complete list of the and mothers.

F f S S S with S. S.of S.the the poison cure is is complete left for, and future not out onevestige Washington D.! C., April .issued-The candidates qualified to enter the Democratic .1'i '111 fathers Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally X h
been
orders have
following
e breaks. Do not waste valuable time.-and dam- within primary on.May 15: without: griping, irritating,. or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually,

: PURELY VESET ABLE. age your health with the mineral treatment, fry the Sscretary few of the Navy Representative in Congress 3rd District without producing that constipated habit which results. from. the use of the old Y
the .
days.
but cure your case with S. S. S., an absolutely past 1 )! E time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so .
'\ safe remedy. We offer a reward of $1,000 for proof that S. S. S. contains a Rear Admirals-W. B. Bayiey William B. Lamar. : If would have them grow to manhood and womanhood,
particle of mineral. Book with instructions f 9r self treatment and medical advice placed on the retired list. Jefferson D. Stephens. 1carefully guarded. you
i without charge. Captains-S. Schroeder detachedas (ftharrt3U Wrong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not
Railroad
mE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA CA Commissioner.
chief of the Office of Naval Intelligence l. needed and when aature'1eeds assistance in the way of a laxative give them only
t'k and ordered to''duty in connection (Vote for Two) :
the and gentle-Syrup of Figs. i
simple, peasant>
with' the fitting out of the Thomas J. Appleyard.Ed. '
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative !
Virginia and assigned to command B. Bailey.
COULD NOT GET PUNISHMENT vejs9l when placed in commission; N. A. Blitch principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our

R. iP. Rogers ordered to duty as R. Hudson Burr. original method of manufacture and as yeii value the health of the little ones de>>

PRINTING HERE FOR MAZERSHAYS chief naval intelligence officer, Naval Justice of Court. ? dealers sometimes offer to
t Intelligence office; J. P. Morrell detached Supreme :4. not accept any of the substitutes which, unscrupulous ,

-_ the.Oregon, when placed out (Vote for Two) ';q; increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the CompanywM -

HAYS, ROBERTS 'AND GARCELON of commission and ordered home; S. Thomas L. Clarke. \\ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In r r'

LOCAL BILL POSTER ISSUES CARD '1. Ackley entered to special duty in Charles B. Pail hilt. .._ order to get its beneficial
REDUCED MANY NUMBERS Bureau of Navigation James B. Whitfield. .c
: IN REFERENCE TO MR. NICH- Lieutenant Commanders-H. H. State Senator "/ r effects it is always necessary h -

AND ORDERED TO Christy and N. E. Irwin commissions f : to 'buy the genuine
: ELSEN'S POSTERS. John S. Beard.
t e t .
: SEA. announced. House of Representatives.M. y(1ff :" ?? only, For sale by.all re- .., ? rt ;
,p"c
Lleutenants-W. L. Llttlenald ordered .e'-
J f Baggett ; ''t ..r .: ,
liable :
'' to Washington, D. C. yard; H. f;:.' d', a a druggists. C' ti
Special to The Journal. Chas- M. Coston.il. .
Pensacola Fla., April 30, 1906. V. Butler detached the West Virginia w
C. 30-An +\
Washington- April Jacoby.
,' and ordered .to the Maine; C.
!.To' the, Public:
; examining board comprising Rear J. E. Long. ,
the Texas and .
L. detached
Huc'sey
In reference' to an article. in an ..afiepioon Admirals Coghlan, Dickins, .and Har: ordered to Navy Department; for Geo. T. MorganJerry '
.' paper of Pensacola concerning Jngton is now in session; in this J. Sullivan. Jr.
special duty.EnslgnsW.
placards or. posters, announcing city..consideringwhether.; .Captains .C1 A. Smead commission Tax Asessor.
S. Speery' and .L R. S. McKenzine
the candidacy of R. L. Nickelsen for announcel. W. W. Richards.
ji shall be promoted to be rear admirals. '
t, justice of the peace of District No. 2, Midshipmen- M. Poole detachedthe Tax Collector.

I. the printing of the outside recommendations of Superintendent Newport; ordered home and N. McK. Oerting. .
and same } .fThe placed! on waiting orders; J. S. / \ +a.. R
.t ,, of the city I have this to say: In the Sands of the' Naval Academy Woods detached the Princeton and J. S. Roberts. -

t first place Mr. Nickelsen had nothing in the cases 'of Midshipmen Hayes, ordered to the Chicago; C. A. Lohr County Treasurer.
Roberts and Grcelon, who, since theI. John G. Welsh.
detached the Maine and ordered to
printing. :
whatever to do with the He
graduation of their class in February J. E. Williams.
} the Trurtun; F. In Heinchrmith, H.
ordered me to get proper posters and have been awaiting trial for wing, Thos. F. Wrighton. '
,
Delano, R. W. Spoffortt! S. A. Taf- S4 ,
put and distribute the same. 'This have been approved by the Secretary 1k tR \ ,
.. up finder W. H. 'Emerson, J. CL Macain County Commissioners. : 4. '
of the iBonaparte. The I
', I did N intendent's navy recommendations super are: and W. F. Newton ordered to the District No. 1-J. B. Roberts C. F. i :L L cL ) 's'.
!
f Perhaps the posters could have Ohio; L. D. Cousey ordered to the Zeek.
be
that reduced
Hayes twenty Cincinnati; H. B. Riebe, W. B. How* District No. 2-Jno. A. Merritt, ... ..-. ..- J
O' been secured in Pensacola. I was numbers; that Roberts be reduced
.F F. Rogers, H. Allen, M. F. Wm. J. Sinnott
i; 'to d to the contrary by a UNION ten numbers and that Draemel A. J. Ohantry, C. B. Mayo: ,
M.
Garcelon be. placed at the foot of District No: S-Jag. Andrews, A. =
PRINTER. Mr. Nickelsen did not H. J. French, A. C. Wilhelm and R. '
C. Blount Jr., W A. Shelby _
his class! which is the same as a I
know the cards were not printed .in reduction f' twenty-two numbers. W. Cabaniss ordered to the Wiscon) District No:,; -;'-W. P._ Bronson' ) 'It, sf

Pensacola until the article appeared Superintendent Sands also recommended sinAssistant C. Clopton Jnp A. Wiggins: Just Receiveda
]n' Pensacola's afternoon paper. He that the midshipmen be sent Surgeons W. F. Shalter 'District N .-5-Jas., R. Steward

: insisted that I have the Union Label to sea "Immediately.ATIVES. .. ordered to Naval Hospital, Mare County Board!'of. Public Instruction.
'Island T. B. Tiease detached the fine line of
;
District No ltr Wm.E.Anaerson... .
.
on: the posters and an inspection will .
Columbia
chow! thatof the union label which is an .. TIGHT on -waiting; ordered orders; home F. H. and Brooks placed or- District NoftZPH.' G. DeSJlya. 3 T' Fishing Tackle Casting
superior workmanship ison' o'ered to the Columbia. District No. 3-W." M. Merton,. W.
B. HubSbard.
each' and every poster. This is Directors-S. Rand detached
Pay
; written in Justice to Mr. Nickelsen, y'IN PHILIPPINES i l l duty 2j; general storekeeper, Wash- Supervisor of Registration.W. Nets, Shrimp Nets

in> order that persons will not Judge ington. D. C., yards; ordered to settle M. J. Scott. ,
him; falsely in the matter. I 'am a' local : ." ._ ;.- accounts, then waiting orders; J. R. JuEtIc -of Peace.. Minnow Seines
dealer in,such goods, and I, think :> :By Associated PressManilaAprilr'30.Mtoros Martin detached League Island yard pistrtct>xf -J.L. ')lr. Nickelsen has patronized home on the and ordered to duty as general 'store" R.. L. Nictiellea,\Geti. j./Slocumb '1, t Bait Pails.
people and did nothing wronfe. Island of Samar in 'an encounter with keeper Washington, D. 'C. District' No.'. 5-rJ\ M. Harrison. "
Respectfully, the Pulajanes' ,killed thirty. of"the lat Pay Inspectors-G. W. Simpson' detached District No.!7 Joseph ,E. Hank; 'J. Large stocks pf the latest 8
,GEO. VUCOVICH.! ,, ter. as paymaster of the Atlantic S. Riiard.: PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORD: fi
Large stock of j
.. .;. \ 1 Members of CountyDemocratic.Executive e
TENNIS GOODS,
Committee. '"" r, COMPLETE LINE BASEEv.l.GOODS. : : .
; THE PROFESSOR SAID f., Frank Reilly.,Chaifman. < .
A. H. D'Atemfcerte, !Secretary.. + GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS.
Precinct NoJ 1-Archie' Benton < BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.
Precinct Noi. 2-Wm. Archwv ROLLER KATES.
Precinct Nol3--''H. T. PurselL ANYTHING YOU WANT IN

About Coffee Precinct Nof--A. C. Tippin. SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS:

l Precinct No.:.5 A. H. Bailey. Call on or write
i \ Precinct Noil 6C. H. Jackson.
.y. Precinct No. 7 M. T. McMillan
F. B.
BRUCE
1:1; Precinct No. 8-Oliver White Bud I

r (A certain Professor in a Chicago University m'a recent talk to students) Proctor., f"
Precinct No. 9-N. J. Brewton.
r Precinct No. 10-E. Ward W. H. ,
> I
t "We talk of drunkenness as a crime," he continued "but tea and coffee Godwin, J. F. Rigby. .
i drinking at"meals' is more injurious than liquor to some men." Precinct No. 11-W. C. Williams f' ..

.Tea and coffee drinking, Prof-told his class "is responsible femuch r Precinct No. 12-M. A. Touart, Jr. Marine Grocery Cc.
61 restlessness of the American nation.. Precinct No. IS-F. B. Radcliff. r 4.

'Precinct No. 14-Jas. McHMgh.! 604, 60$, 608 610 S. Palafox St.
Precinct No. 15-Wm. A. Dunham.

THINK. THEY WILL QUIT !(Precinct No. 16-W. B. Hubbard.! / a. + Phone 725.

Precinct No. 17-H. C. Clopton.
V. J. VIDAL Manager
Precinct No 18-M. 0. ,
Yes, many of them know that with' good health they can "do things" 'in this world, so No., 19-. .or. .BaggetlPrecinct . .
!
We will sell for ten days at less

when they find stomach trouble, weak eyes ,bad blood and muddy skin, or' any.of the many Precinct Precinct No.No. 21-Joseph-Mark McCurdy.D. Trara, i'k J JW4uUSK than cost: '

incipient signs of disease set up' by Coffee they .quit. ., ". melt Precinct Net f'22 W.-H.. Mayo" No.Smoked 2 Mackerel Halibut 2(for very 15c.fine) 109

'- ;. Precinct No 23H..C, Killam. per pound.
.
.
/.:': :' -- ns Blood Red Salmon, lOc pr !H b.
*
': Holland Herring (in kits;) t>9c per
I; THEN THEY TAKE ON :; ) '
Fleet ordered home to settle accounts kit.Kaiser
i ( -
45c
Herring (in tins) per
.
and then wait orders;; ,L.: tin.

: Hunt ordered' to duty as paymasterof Salacine. Sausage (imported) 250
: the Atlantic Fleet
2.:' : per pound.
Paymasters-J. Fyffe ordered toduty'
Postum : "as paymaster and generalstorekeeper We have a fresh stock of imported

'Torpedo /Station Newport Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Toma'oPaste

R, I.; D. M. mddlson ordered to t Greek Black Olives, Artichokes
.., tie Virginia; 'W. T. Camp detached Navy Bread. Pilot Bread, Italian Har.1Tack 1
White
Torpedo .Station, Newport, R. I.-; or Rock. Boston Brown Bread, Frer It
orders; E. W. Bonnafon detach' The American athletes now en Bread, Russian Caviar and Imp-
H wait orders; E. W. Bonnafon. detached route to Athens to compete for the French and Italian Sweet Oils.
Food Coffee Boston ';yard and ordered to world's 'greatest prizes will' be assisted We carry the only full line of "'
League Island; yard as general In winning international records cis Leggett's and Dodson and Or
storekeeper 'b.y 'the fact that WHITE} ROCK was canned goods in the city. Gulf

.
(Passed .Assistant Paymastars. selected over all waters as the best Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Scat

W. N&sbit detached the Mayflower; for them to drink while away from Daybreak, Diamond Blend and
ordered home to settle accounts then. 'their' native shores den Rio Coffee for sale. They a:
*' wait orders; F. R. !Holt ordered to WHITE ROCK and buoyant strengthgo high 'grades and give perfect sat -

Because it furnishes f' : ( '. Bureau of Supplies' and''accounts,. together. Ask your doctor about it.:, tion.

Coffee flavor .color : : '. Navy Department.
tie charming '
Assistant: 'Paymasters M.. Adee The Lewis Bear ,Co., --
and[ all the pleasure of Coffee drinkingand -' .There's detached Bureau of Supplies and Ac- Distributers in Pensacola, Fla,

does not destroy stomach and nerves- a ReasonHARD flower counts; R.and H.ordered Johnston to ordered the Maya to If_

but makes for the sure rebuilding tbe Maine a.; commissary officer. ,

:' :ofthe entire.body on healthful, sturdy-lines. Chief Boatswains McLaughlin $1,000.00
ordered to the Newark; J.Dowling .
\ ordered to Washington, D. C. yard
for 'KMy in connection with the Puritan That's what we have recent! !

TO LEARN lively taU-that: the.'headaches I had to relieve rheumatic pains in limb. and Oneida; J. Mahoney ordered paid for the installaTion "1
for about seventeen :years were caused to continue treatment at Mare Island .I new machine for ironing
"I readily believe these statementsfor
Takes Hard Experience to Teach People ; naval hospital detached the Albatross
"by 'drinking coffee for when I
._ Some Facts. :and since I cut out coffee and used:. ; F. R. Hazard ordered: to the 'CLOCK.'BA HOUSEHOLD LINENS. i

Postum4njits changed gave. place up coffee experienced and used en Postum I never seem to have an acheor I Albatross; A. Rfetting ordered. to good 8 day Parlor: Clock.: .. .. ........ -.... .. ;... ... .. .. ..$5.00 That's all it does-hut. :.r d" :
1
pain and would not dare"go bac'to ,A"good Parlor Clock t
at the idea that a: the Independence. 8-day with alarm
Many people jeer
; T
coffee causes the aches and ails they tire with relief headache r I. have since not I began been ''troubled Postumin self the old coffee agalni: Not only my,. Boatswains E. Plander ordered $'- Mission Clocks, 52.75 to ....... .-.... .tt ,,. ,.. ..* ..", .. ..$5.00$3.00day that first well day and it was with put dispa'rh.;up an., t I'
suffer from and often such people will 1896. but my family use 'Postum ex to Naval Academy; O. ''Deigman .ort Repairing at reasonable prices. -"!
goon for years sticking steadfastly to clusively and we know there is no hoi; derei'' to proceed home and wait! or. J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, atCoe Book Store fore we become accustomits 145 na I
the coffee and suffering month in and "This" brief had been ,my experience beverage that Can take its place. ecter. '- use we Ironed Glad
'It 'month out but maintaining ''X7offeedon't on the coffee question. Amongmy Nearly seven years steady use of Pos Chief Gunners(). Fries ordered kins In 10 minuteo. it.

hurt me." friends I-have seen many other turn convices me I 'know- what I am t to Washington; R. E. Simonspn commission -... -- :. --- : "..:... .:' -- ,-- :.-' have you come and see
Only an actual test will open their 'wond.rtul"lnst&nces of power of this talking about when I.,say it is.food a s I announced \ Order Your I II
to what they throw when well as drink and-most valuable tc Gunners. H. Platt Ordered to. .the The Star StearrLaundry. ;
eyes away food rink,,when used in place of the ICE GOAL and ,
build the system. Name Washington. WOOD
up .
giver
they cast aside the richness and power drU'g 'drinit, ; .co1tee: :Among my friends I I
by! Postum Co.Battle.CreekJfich.. :Warrant .Mach I ..st&-J.-. Coring .
: of health for a cup of coffee now there are' those who tell me of relief from the
and then.. A lady says from kidney trouble, neuralgia and "There's a reason." ordered to duty as assistant to the Consumers' and Fuel Company. .

c'l,d1d not learn the real truth until exzema. -byleaving I off coffee and inspector of machinery at Fore Phony 11Pen.acola.
Look for the little
"The St
took Road t River 57 E- arden
shjp building works B. Christenssn Ofdea-Corner Chile and Tarragona
j 1 made the change but I now posi-, using Postum and I have even known it to WelMIIe," in pkgs. ; ,. Phone 259. Fin
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-; -_-__ ._ _.- THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1906 .ir UD%...e ,

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I Ik SETTLEMENT[ [ [ OF f Will ARBITRATE T[ Give Cure Orrine. for_and'riestr-liquor.J all Habit f': Desire TH [. RE'ATE E T [ r eeeeea' eaaaaaaaaeaa .::- .L;j" ,.!. "


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: THE[ PERDIDO[ Sold Under-Guaantee..( m'NTO TUEMEN, WUO1WEAR OJ :" : .;' t',


T THE[ WHARF f : Orrine is1 the, most' sujcesstl,cure n REUNION[ OF f '" A : t.

for the liquor hatit'that the world

has ever known.' It ia a 'home treatment -

givenwit ut publicity, deten- OVERALLSi t -S: !

COUNTY MATTER[ tion from business or loss of time ALL

and is absolutely guaranteed if the :
simple directions on each *box are HI fiJ i

faithfully followed. L !W m: t" ;
We know positively that there is I We would call! attention N ;. :

Nine 'inousand Acres Soured for This is the Proposition Submitted not a drunkard upon earth no matter General Fred Robertson Talks Interestingly i your. to ,

how chronic whom the Orrine treat- ,

Arkansas Colony 'Which Will ,by Mr. Bliss and i it ment will fall to cure. So remark of the Recent Con the fact that we are now carrying j 1 : i ,

If you are going to wanderout I able have ibeen the ,changes wroughtfor NnJ excellent line of :
an
suffering drinking men :by t Or- r.lti :
El1)igra) .to-.florida. Associate. federate Gathering. i ;
among the buds"with your .4 rine that leading ministers! charity sr

workers" and philanthropists everywhere 'Mi: )
scissors, dress for the part or recommend the treatment. :
No section of the. south .ol'f rs Overalls Working-Shirts Gloves
'greater advantages to homeseekersthan Thousands of endorsements have CRUISER COLUMBIA. FIRED NA. : :
you may be the one who will be'cut. 8
the beautiful stretch of country rfEv-sntV D o Ri'5 RiNG REMOV. been 'given for the remedy. Treatiseon TIONAL SALUTE IN HONOR OF

known as the .Perdido section in I how to cure drunkenness free on '

Escambia county, which includes a AL OF WHARFAND. OTHER. APPURTENANCES request, Orrine Ct ., Washington D. THE REUNION AND UNION Caps Shoes Underwear Hosiery II \ A ,
Here's the suit- to. give a man large tract stretching from the C. : "
,
FROM WATERFRONT ,
stores of Perdid bay eastward i. The Public Drug Co. of Chicago JACKIES MARCHED IN CONFED- :

prestige the new "Oyster Grey" nearly to the line .of. the' ..Louisvilleand ON 'FLORIDA BUANCASTREET sold over 2,000 boxes of Orrine in ERATE PARADE/ -PAYS TRIBUTE and in fact comfor- : J f" -'

!Nashville railroad, its southern ninety! days and say "We have every everything to .
smooth find soft on the surfacebut PARTICULARS. i .
:
.
,border being within a few miles of THE confidence in the world to recom- TO GENERAL GORDON'S MEM

firm ,and strong tinder- the conporate. limits of the Deep mend Orrine to any of our customerswho ORY. tably: and durably clothe the Me- $ :: } :

( Water City'of th3 Gulf, Pensacola; is in need of a positive and '

neath. and that the opportunities to be had The following terse communicationhas harmless cure for thE liquor habit, j chanic or Laborer And as a guarN .4j' ,',

in this section are appreciated is attested have heard that Or-
[ by the fact that it is 'being reached Charles H. Bliss T, L. as rine we has cured when manYsay other remedies General Fred I, Robertson briga antee to of their rightness and ; f r

l Suits $7.50 to $30. rapidly settled up: by emigrants from Gant and. O. L. Bass: have failed." dier general and assistant adjutant you : .

other states' who, 'fleeing'. from thsligors To Messrs. Chas. H. Bliss T. L. Gant Orrine is in two forms Jfo. 1, the I general, U. D. C., arrived in the city I durability article we sell in flr r' .*J .'
every
of the northern.winter, find an and 0. L. 'Bass: secret remedY' which can be given! last night from New Orleans. Gen.

asylum, a home .and 'prosperity in "Sirs:-Pursuant to the directions of without knowledge"of the patient; i eral Robertson is en route to his B these Lines Shall bear the Union ; : f'
the sun kissed land on the bordersof No. 2 in pill form for those who wish home in Live Oak from the Confederate : :SAt.
sU'I'
the Mexic gulf. I. the Council of the City of Pensacola to be*cured. In every box is a regis- reunion which he attended in the Label and Union Clerks to ''* '
11 fU '
TAHBARD'TfflESEn iSoma time since the owners of I you, each and all, are hereby notlfi'ed1 J, tered guarantee which entitles! you Crescent City. : S:1

this' eection brought a. large number ,. and required to immediately remove i to a refund of your money if Orrine "The gathering of old veterans and U r -<: .
Wait You. :
of German families from the northern : in the water fails to effect a cure. The price of. their friends was the largest in the on : 5
from the
states to the Perdfefo' tract. space either form is ?1 per' box. history of the United Confederate B JU '
where a German colony established" front of the City of Pensacola, which r i": : ; ,
-- -- was Orrine is for sale by White's Pharmacy Veterans Association, said General :
the members of which are is designated on the official map 106 S. Palafox St. I Robertson. "Persons from, every section J t : ;"

well pleased with the :.country and thereof -"Florida Blanca street, of the United States were pres ,.Y I '

COTTRELL are rapidly: bringing their respective -I structures in ent and the gathering undoubtedlymade J WATSON PARKER & REESE GO t i: "
the wharf and all 'other :;
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. farms to a high state'of cultiva !I ?: $ if'f ..Jf tile old boys in gray feel young f fal y :
Pensacola. Fla. tion. Some of them have engagedin and upon any part of said space, ain. t
:
stock raising in a limited way and which have .teeni erected, by 'ou. or AmusementsMr. < "One of the pleasing sights was the J U Successors to Green & Watson. N : :
.
; find that this, also, is a profitable which you/own. ::.F'; .. i i'il cruiser r :
of the United States \
presence
DIAMONDSsomething industry, paying large returns If Respectfully, : ". Columbia. A national salute was fir. B 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. 8j R) ,

N..t'and: NewInThem properly attendee! to. TJO marketfor JOHN 8. JONES, '$ 1 f. t1' :
$ $$ $$$ $ ed in honor of the veterans reunion
'iv. A. Gahlenb ck. 218 S. Palafox.Sl. their (products is unlimited and Attorney,for. the City ofPensacoIa.WlIIArbitrate. and the jackies of the crusier e2a22eaa222a eaaaaaaaaaaaliiWONDERFUL :f :' '

the prices which. .are secured are .. : .
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<- ed in the parade with us. The march-I S I" .
much higher than in the northera have taken -- ; < .
TURTON 4. BELL. I. "The only: cognizance.we ed States jackies passed in ; .1' !' -
states, while the cost of production of the order is to submit a proposition Julian Walker. front of an officer of the Confederatearmy. .

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. by reason of the mild climate is I to the:City wheren: we.state that Considerable interest 'toeing gen-, Tiiis is the first time in history IMPROVEMENT IN :* f fAll t' : 1
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. much less. t
settle the
_willing to questionby
we are
I erally manifested in the' son1,; recital that the Federal government has
Arkansas Colony arbitration" said :Mr. Bliss. "This next: Friday, In which }lr.-Julian Walker taken cogn'.zance: of the Confederate ; ;t f.;)I ,
H. II.\ Swasey an experienced land TYPEWRITERS i : : '
: view is ivenus'
K. WHITE right. according to our ,
and'
the bass to the
great singer, is ap- reunions, I must state that .
and immigration. agent 1_ who has '' "
by- the franchise granting the florida '
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate : pear. :- sight and spectacle of seeing United
been instrumental in building uj! a Blanca wharf. By' this I mean that L. C. Smith former manufacturer of the L C : .
Optician. S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla. The recital will take place at the States jackies marching in a parade ,
in .
number of settlements "
flourishing tot,
I we have offered to sell our property opera house 'begnning: promptly with Confederate veterans was a Smith and the Smith-Premier Typewriter has
California and other western states, gun put .
1" the city and are willing to name our
'8:30 o'clock, and those who can appreciate novel sight, at the same time was an '
a day or so ago secured control of that has startled the ; :. :
Tersely ToldC. MOO acres in what is known as the the arbitrator.two to select The city third to name one The and good vocal music should not inspiring one and cammanded the approval on the market a visible typewriter .. '
a party.
fail to hear this. I and applause which was be- world. : ;
Perdido tract which is owned and Is franchise granting the wharf privilege typewriter .

F. irac"Lean" representing tha being developed! :by the Pensacola under discussion emphaticallystates "Mr. Walker will be accompanied: byj stowed. This machine I : .

Investment Co., on behalf of "a large ......_ I "Was the\immortal John B. Gordon ::
American agar Co., was In Pensacola that at the termination of.25 uu. _.. '
number of families residing missed. Yes, and deeply so. Everymember ; ;
at exhibition
present "
yesterday.F. years, that the city has the right to f! ,. .. of the Confederate Veterans ,; HI on ;
Heber and other ;
." Suarez, formerly of Pensacola sEctions near of Darey Arkansas, and intends, purchase the wharf property. Wear.e !, L___ : ': ,,,.' Association loved General Gordon and QP in office of : :
;. ; :: :
willing to submit' the queston! !' .... :. .'..... : I.
Ala., in the .-.. "" ':
but now of Lillian, was within a short time, to settle the entire : '.-,. revere and honor his memory. He :
city yesterday.J. tract with these ,people. ilr. to arbitration. ]I was one of God's ndble men and one 't f .:"
L.S.BROWN :
Mr. Bliss -stated that all the piling :
; of the magnetic the world .
Swasey decided the .P rdido most men '
upon '
:r. M. Westmark and family moved for the wharf "had""been put in. What '
section after traveling extensively ever produced. --
Qkmday from near ttubbard's placeto ,oth r-acton! he and his associates pro D't
through the southern states and "Next year we meet in Richmond, -- '
Belmont.
611 East take if other than stated
poseto any !;
carefully investigating the advantages Va., and expect a pleasant reunion, :
Unless your poll tax is paid by next, of the various sections. Forecverai by: him above is not.known.' though? to be greater than the recent 'ff '
4, cannot vote in the' Blr Bliss acknowledged that he had y:v' :
Friday May you weeks remained at Flor- S ,S'' gathering in New Orleans the Rich 201 Thiesen :
democratic primary of May 15. I' 21a,; Ala., and from there made trips .secured legal advice, concerning tie .'_ ;' mond affair: will have to break all rec i .
Kharf f- Building.
Sewell T. Clark bf Baltimore, Md.,. southward as far-as the Bay country question. ords. The "records" were broken in
_
The mayor stated that notice had "
end immediately after; seeing the -- New Orleans. I '
an old friend of "Jack" Adams, arrived ibeen'served on T. L. Gant, but added "-, Write for par-
Perdido tract entered into
negotiations General Robertson is a ,
in the yesterday and will be newspaperman I 'r
city which rsultetf in his that the latter was in no way interested i -4d'- ;": ticulars. '
secur- j
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adams for I being interested in the Live Oak ... '
in the Florida Blanca wharf. 5 :
ing control of the tract for the : Democrat.At Machines exchanged "' .. '
4t
'
several iT '
days.Carylye .
families 'by whom be 3ent south -' ,' j
was present, and for several years .i sold or I
said: "Make yourself an ,for the purpcse of locating a suitable V he has been looking for records of, '- '', ; rented. .

honest man, and then you may be tract for settlement.It \ .. ., .'., Confederate soldiers in Florida. For S ,, Write ': ,
'
sure that there is one rascal less in is the intention of Mr. Swasey to _'_____._'f,;'. j': ___ S this reason his cards are printed with to-day.. 'I ;. .....
world." the and work': STOMACH ILLS 'L' --- L, .
the Also-read ads. begin the actual of colonization .' < Tallahassee as his home when in ,, ; .
you may be sure that there is one within a short time and with this -,_.,;.'-" : ; reality he resides in Live Oak. He -----

less "easy mark" in the world. end in
with the L. & N. R. R. {or,1hetransforta.tion when :5 if1 mail sent to the state capital. "VVooni Tetley'sTetley's .'!
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon of the colon ts and taken at ;!.. : __ __ i: 't,. .-. ,
the' first
Lomond Vanilla the extract of their effects, the railroad company I promptly symptom. want 1 4"0
: or that
N6 wonder people it in ; BASSO' Kinds you Tea .
promising to assist the enterprise1 I so many jise MR. JULIAN WALKER,
known purity.MEMBERS way possible. It Is expected preference. to anything else. Then I r',
eI every be there is a 53 years' record of cures Miss Marrie Malonfy, of New orleans'l A PROMINENT EDUCATOR : '
that the entire colony will transferred -
I Of/:: PROGRESS CLUB to the Perdido section earlyin back.of it, too, which qu&ht to appealto La., who is also an artist of OK AND PINE Tea is too ,

1 AND ALPHA LODGE ARE CORDIALLY the fall that-'cultivation of the every man. or woman. One bottleof 'speaking of 'Mr. Walker, The MUSical\\ fine to be spoiled in 'j. ,' '
I INVITED TO ATTEND
4 land will begin without delay. :Courier published at New than you can tuy : '
TO BE GIVEN AT PROGRESS -: DECLARES! VINOL IS THE BEST cheaper -
SMOKER the '
The development of the .Perdido ,its issue of April 25;), has the follow- It anywhere. Any size you making.Follow \ '
; CLUB TUESDAY MAY FIRST. i
country will 'bj of great ,benefit, toPecnaco'a Hostett r's : in''; to say: COD LIVER OIL PREPARA. want.
"Julian Walker, the basso has filled the direc
I : as ths entire section Is. ) :
will convince you that it is the best
Given to Die. .
up tributary to this city, where.th larger more than 100 engagements In TION. :
for Poor Appetite Flatulency Head SEWdons..
1204 N. Virginia St., .
B. G.
Spiegel be marketed concerts, oratorios and recitals during E.
''part of the products will ache, Bloating >
1 Dyspepsia Indigestion,
Evansville Ind., writes: "For over :
which is drawing
the just _
'
and where supplies, will beiurehased. Costiveness season _.
Female Ills. '
or
it to .
Try -
five years I was troubled with kidneyand ( The P-nsacola 'anal! Per- to a close. H& has sung in all partsof Fhon 614. =- ------ .: ,
day. There has been a good deal of dis-
!
bladder'affections which: caused "
dido railroad passes directly through the United States and filled"many .____ SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES I 1' ;
;
I Psnsacola the
Be much pain and worry. lost flesaiid the tract that has been se ured' and return engagements. The music critics -, cuaricn in regarding -- '

was all run down, and a year ago it is th9 intention of the promotersof have vied with one another Ini! merits: of cou1: liver oil preparations I Buy Diebold Safes. ,

had to abandon work entirely. I had the colony to establish a town at praising this singer's voice and art. and whether or not cod liver oil and Scarritt Moreno Agent. i : .
three of the best physicians who did Tettey'sTea : I'' : .
about the center of the colony, Upon emulsions that upset the stomach 'i 1
me no good and I was practically given the railroad line. I DUT'TN1 "' 4
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure have any medicinal virtue; therefore I ,1"i iirt'i 4'W :

was recommended and the first bottle Sciatica Cured After" Twenty.. Yearsof the following litter: from M. A. II : ........+................... :p ;.
and after taking ,
gave me great relief Cassidy, superintendent of schools, i. .
the second bottle I was .entirely CUt'cd. Torture. I The first India and I + .
be read with interest
." For sale by W. A. D'Alensberte. For more than twenty years Mr.- J. America Lexington, Ky., will i : : ;' J t,
Ceylon tea tn
B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minne I It : I i F SRI e II en & C(l{ ;

.
TRUSTEES HAVE ASKED apolis. Minn., was tortured'.by, sciati' -17 years old-was I II "I am pleased: to state that after' .i .f .

FOR BIDS FOR SEWERS ca. The pain and 'suffering whichthe taving used and tasted the differentcod : HandleNoihing : : t

B:6s for the storm and sanitary endured during this' time is beyond Tetley's. : liver cil preparations on the I :.

sEwers have been asked for by the comprehension. Nothing gave .him 'market, I find Vinol to be far superior i .- .
'
First today.The t' all. It is palatable> But < f
Board of Bond Trustees returnableat any permanent relief until he used to them
taste, in fact the!
noon June 1. 1906. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One" application end pleasant to the I t .
of cod liver oil is THE VERY BEST'*
'fishtaste
oily
for the ,
Separate bids are askao! of that liniment relieved the ,
with entirely, and the! '
storni sanitary sewers. The made and'rest dons away '
and pain and sleep possible, II Vs :); :
former of _curative and strengthening proper- of :.: '
consist approximately and less than one' bottle has effected .
:;)OOj( lineal feet of storm water a permanent cure If troubled with" 4 ties of Vinol are truly remarkable. The Sorest Sifert .... M (
Simplest- : 1.
I.
uains of 66 to 10 Inches in sciatica or rheumatism why not try, 1808 Model "Vinol built up my system Handiest-tad only Perfect 1I Everything.Clean : 'r

iiaireter. Sanitary sewers' are referred a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and see; .i. strengthened1! my nerves and made a SH-64iDI Pen. No gitsa liller. : '. .' '
and I Ink to 13-oo
of m?, heartily endorse -no ij> clogginl.
new man :
to as "Section! 1" in the proposal for yourself how guickly it, relieves]I RemingtonSholes it as the most efficacious and .haknr. t ; !

for bids, and consists of about the pain. For saIe by all druggists.' agreeaible cod liver oil preparationon I YoulmplypresethebIlttllDu. ; ,4 i". "
42 miles of terra cotto and cast iron in the picture)and the pea tillI heavy clipped White* t, i .
ripe from 24 to 6 inches in diameter. the market"A H.JWhite ; isa"tsh.! Oats. i.j. :!Ii"
firm of W. i
the
member of I
.Bids for th.9' proposed new city A swell line of Ladies' Oxfords local WriteetLelDatantit I No. 2 White Corn pure Bran ; '
with its new billing'attachments & Co., our druggists) touches the paper '- \ ," .
hall will be opened on May 21, at and Shorts, "
just received. and instantly'interchangeable'carriages when asked his opinion in regard tO | I :
noon. T-: : Chick Feed, consisting of 20. ; ;
believe "
tabulator and two color Vinol, replied, "We firmly ;
W m. Johnscn & Son. ribbon tnovement, is the mIst complete t '. Vinol) to >be the best preparation of EagIe)50.) : articles for the rapid and. :. I '

combined MH-tS MAiRflJE MALONEY i rod liver oil. therefore.. the greatest ,. : healthy growth of the' 31

I '. creator and health-restorer t hatched. newb'i. 1 '
STERILIZED BABER SHC1\?. r I strength
Billing and | No artist who has toured this country known to medicine to-day. We have!' No.15 with 14 tint solid fold Wheat and Mixed ,9.
CtUb1 a Cl u ler. I. 'I point-finest vulcanized '
.1.1: pen
the hen
has gained in reputation: and popularity sold anything' in our storeequal ) .
A never rabbet and ,
Famous Carrolton fully guaranteed.
in the
Shop Ice Isspoken
In France the Alpine glacier Correspondence in a larger degree than MX. Wal- to Vinol to build up the system; : Condition Powders for horse* !
Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland. EacIeNFUab"Ko.25No. >
of as boullle blauche: ; "white ker. Wherever he1 has sung he has strengthen the nepescure indigestion -$ withaoJdhnda.S2.50 cow and poultry. o I
The Carrolton ,
l, barber shop in the eon!." because of the'mechanical power machine manufactured. Designedas more than fulfilled'promise and expec- : chronic coughs, colds bron-! Ea,1e''f1ah' 26 0 Conkey's Celebrated Poultry 4 .
lotel sterilizeseverything
Baltimore .
'it Maryland in the shop. The supplied by. the streams to which it it was for fast service built for tations.' At the close .of the season thltis and incipient consumption, or larreuze with goiaUad*.$3.34.00 o : Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera *. ". :

uses The gives rise. One of ,the greatest of. hard use, recommended by experts of 1906-7 he occupies a' much higher to make growing children robust and) ScJd by Staiooennd curt, gape cure and lice killer. i '
sterilizing 1 k done heat. .
> by these "rivers o( lew Is tie Glacier des and guaranteed against wear, it is niche in the Temple of Song than he giv strength and vigor to the aged,' Other Store) If you live in town telephone .
tcwels! the
the .
razors, the strops, .
soap. {he combs and brushes are all Bossons. on the.:northern.atope e f lion! offered as the idealTypewriter held'when' the.season began. The re- and"to make the weak strong and the Aik TOUK DEALER. If he us. : "l', .
Charaoual.. lately this glacier suits he has accomplished are exceedingly sick well. doesn't fell yon the Eagle 4 If in neighboring! towns write : \
at .
sterilized befor being used on'a cus Blanc "FLASH"Fouauin Pena then 4cndthereta1ip&ed1tcctto ,.
his admirers. Mr. is for this reason that we offerto i.O US.&Eacbpcaa1.obteiygua. -
of ofice gratifying to It
a' source supply
tomer. sterilization become
Where there is no has
More thaa 'Walker is just in the zenith of his give back the money in every 1EaglePencilCo. ,
have :
\
Newbro'sIhrpicide.
the barber t 'use | for domestl'J.purposes. "
fails. W?: H. White anteed.
it
It Mils the dandruff germ poundr, of .th? ,glacier I jce Is! for producing the most good work) p wers. It is reasonable to expect case where 'I co.l
100,000 the shortest time with the least effort. that, as brilliant as have been his &. Co., druggists. .
and is ,an antiseptic for the scalp. Bent to Lyons ierf..u r. Ti Is remarkable
tnd for the face after shaving. 'All 'for Its efteeme purity. The Write today for full description. achievements, "hisi proudest successeslie Manaractarera F. S. MELLEN & | '

l leading barbers -' Local Agents wanted for before him. line of Ladies'fords 3sBroadwayN.wYork t .
everywhere of
appreciate
:Jce Is detached from the jnass ,gla. unoccupied territorY.- A swell oxl
thes potent facts about Herpi-- Phone 334. : ', .
fida the cier in blocks of ujnabte. size> byezplodiug .. :THE.ARITHMOCRAPH CO. just received., ._ _ _ i : -
and they use it. Destroy: In drilled boles CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ;

cause, you remove the effect" !For gunpowder tried .but tt shuttered .Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE Joint meeting Friday May 4 of- Car- Win Johnson & Son '-SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON : Pensacola, Fla. |
sale by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist Dynamite was penters and Joiners Locals Nos. 74-107 .
and'also.lmpatte ni apothecary} 121 South Palafoxor 'th ice 'FLA.ZOfWest and 459. IFull attendance requested. RATES. ...................... '. :.
1326. RDREN.PEclAL .
; send yeUow;toe..! BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE i I :
lOc 'In stamps to the HerpiCo. Bay .Street,' S ,H. PAULSEN, Sec. TRY :1;
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1 FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL ; MORNiNG Ift".y '1 1908 :\
TUESDAY ,. _ _ _
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f t i be of make'proportion a lasting which Impression belongs the to sense hima I- Sunny Side 'of Lie f- >- -> Ask-your-doctor his experience-_ :with- -Ayer's -

colds hard : .
in bard
; : Btnliola Jontnal ; a business man would, if he had f h n Cherry Pectoral coughs,

been on the other side' ofhe world, ..... VfJLLU bronchitis, weak,throats, weak, lungs. Then
have told Mm that threwas a J Profit by it.If he has anything better, use
;\::; J-Lru-rJurn -, JtnnwrLJWfJftWtU, W I colossal calamity. and one 'calling for I that. If he says Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is all right, then use that. Get the ,

DAILY. WEEKLY. a generosity passing any ever shownon -. best there is, always, for the best is none too good. Keep in mind this- 1Al
SUNDAY. a, like occasion. Not only in St We have 110 Mental We JI1i M"1'' J.C..a.nrCo..
Sold for over 60 years !I" tbe formuJa of all our mlldleun I LoweJ!.Ka... -
Louis but in many parts of the. world f \
--
i PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY where his private and public bene- I,

..;BY... ficences are known, It need, not be -- : ---
said that he would ,have respondedas

I: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. 'he has because of what he felt Political Announcements
ana! not of what he saw.

: ''. Yet the fact that ,the money so : WA
.' contributed is to go to the relief of a
f FRANK L MAYES, President and General Manage: itost direlul situation, 'all of whch RATES. f I For County Treasurer. I.,

--- --_ ---- -- he saw and part of which he was" The \'rates for 'political announcements I will be a candidate In the demo
-J must add something to ,Mr. Busch'o I ,[ not I of May 15 for re-nomi
i primary
I
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. '. till the primary of
pleasure in making this magnificent _, to the office of county treasur
-- r -WWflfWuJWw' donation. -Among all of those to !lows: The support of,all democrats will
,whom the disbursement of th8! gift The Daily Journal appreciated., ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. will 'ibrlng pleasure we may b3 sure' The Weekly J. ED. WILLIAMS. .

1. One Year..5 00 Ono Month........ ..... '.'. 45 that that of the giver is ,Inseparable.Btngs Thesa rates are ./ ,
;.,.' Six Mouths............... 2 60 One Week................ It() greater than can' 'tie that of -Tes. George and his wife are In- vance and no hereby myself a candi
? Three ,Months...... ........ 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! 0( anyone else. Sir. Busch is always !- ieparable. .You coul u't separate them" inserted or run for the announce office of County Treas
with a club.BangsWhy. ditions.
'
a cheerful such -
giver
k: u--,, ruwuW 4-- as are :I just heard that .his club subject to the action. of the Dem
beamed
upon in the beatitudes, and ,
1 The Only Pensaco/a Newspaper From Which 'a Detailed it is safe to say that none of" the baa com between.them. For the Primary.
commitstemen THOS. F. WRIGHTON. To Truly AppreciateThe
who dispense his
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. S.
John .
t. bounty and none of the unfortunateswho Beard, a
,
; 4p C --lj---lJvtr butfln:14W1t,r ,n, wjtnru-n.fl.tju, C u1fUttIWr- sw1 receive it, will get as much joy nomination- to the hereby announce myself a candi Importance of Style Changes,
out of it as he has in giving it. Democratic primary for the.office of County Treasur
Offices, lOBo nd 110 East I Papers on Sale en Trainsand This much for the human side of May 15th, together i of Escambia county subject to the J come here and try one of the diffe! .".
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for all
Government. Phone38.J"_ at all Newt Stands.PENSACOLA the gift. On the practical side, Mr, ers, will address ot the Democratic primary of: models. We offer choice >
'single and dom
Busch doubtless sees that, with th3 cambia county 15, and respectfully solicit the new models in >
t: -WLLr WrUt &JVWI.IJI% breasted the ever popular coloi
4LL1 JLPJW.r. in c-
necessary heip and support the sues of the day ; of all voters.
;
tricken city and section will rise times and places: JOHN G. WEI :H. Blue Serges and Gray Worsted, wn.; \. ,

;: FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING. 'MAY! '1. 1906 again and pass onto new ana1 great. Molino, Friday ., fashion has approved as "the cor '
er No'' has Bluff thing." Hart, Schaffner & Marx\ ,QJ
I conquests. man a Springs ,
For Assessor.
County Tax
-
I greater faith in the boundless and April 21.Muscogee. Kirschbaum makes.
Volunteer Aid in grumpy sage. Th re ,are',ads. in this; redounding energy and: recuperative ,
will be a candidate for re-nomina YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONt
: issue which b ar'on'the problem of a power of the American people than Brent's, Thursday to the office of County Tax Asses BACKWhite
,Salvage Cases good dinner-and they ought to in Mr.' Busoh for no man knows them Myrtle Grove, I. in the Democratic Primary of May
.4 A recent ,decision of the I better and few as !well. He helps 27.: : & Nix
I ask
supremebqurt terest even women who can talkGreek. respectfully, your support
: those he knows to be ,worthy of Ferry Pass,
W. RICHARDS.
W.
: of the District of Columbia .
help not only for his sympathy and 5th. 29 S. PALAFOX ST.
relative to salvage is of particular: their relief, but for rehabilitation of I Millview :
interest to residents of cities "Habit Is a cafcle. We weave a L what PHONE 790.
seaport is lost and reconstruction of McDavid, Friday County Commissioner Dist No. 1.

where similar questions are liable to i thread of It every day and at last we,, fallen ;powers. He has given wisely' Nix's Precinct, :

erise at any time. The decision was cannot break it." If you are in the and well as a philanthropist and as 8th. hereby announce my candidacy CHOOSING A
: i an American faith in UOUBN1NG. County Commissioner from Dis PIANO.
In last Issue of Bradstreet's with supreme Beulah, Thursday
reported the habit of '
the ads. In
"skippinig reading the gift and enterprise of his! fallow lIe-So. you say' my friend Ctolly UI a Pensacola ( No. 1, subject to the action of This will not be a difficult task i1you

as follows your newspaper and the "cable"is'still citizens. @ld.OD@She-Why. I should say he waa. Why night, May 11. primay of May 15th. come here to select. There'sdividuality ,i:
J The Supreme Court of the District breakable snap it! This gift is monumental in the when he calls I always wear black. Pine Barren J. B. ROBERTS;
of Columbia held, in the case of the history of St. Louis giving. Henry, -'- 12., of tone in every one of

Columbia !National Sane!! Dredging "The dearest things in the world I Shaw's! 'bequests land and properties friends of C. F. Zeek announce ours-Kraurch, & Bach, ,Lester, Pack

Company: et al, vs. The Steamboat are our neighbors' eyes; they cost L ; will total more, but this splendid For the as a candidate for county commis ard, Cussell and Clutter. Their tones
Cnarles; Macalester al. -
et that to
en- offering of cash upon the altarb
everybody more than else In from District No.1, subject rich, delicate and of
Ktle a libellant to salvage there must anything of charity makes a record new -in St. pure yet great
bo a contract express or implied; housekeeping." To the woman who Louis anal) of which St. :Louis is immensely I am a candidate the action of the Democratic pri carrying power.

that a contract would be implied I reads ads. and so "knows" this fetishof ana! Justly :proud.ADVERTISING from lower Escamftia house! in I of May 15. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
(where there was benefit received
and :.risk incurred provided the asesslBtance "neighbors' eyes" has has no ter cratic primary of I County Commissioner Dist. No. 2.: Pensacola, Florida,

was rendered to a vessel rors-and entails no extra expense. MAN'S predate the '

derelict at the time or to one in imminent hereby announce my candidacy for
danger at the request of the Dr. Johnson wrote: "He that tothe office of county com,

officers or crew' having it in charge; ,thinks he can afford to be negligent FINE POSITION 'I am a from 'District No. 2, subject i OPERA HOUSE

that :where a ship its manned and In is not far from being poor." In this tive in the lower the action of the Democratic pri /, ,
< control; of her own officers no merelyi legislature subject r ,1
i volunteer aid, will, give a tight to day of the world anyone who does The Boston Journal of April 24 I the Democratic ., W,. J. SENNOTT. MAY 4th 1906

salvage; that 'no salvage .can be not read the ads.' is negli'gent-even says: James Taylor Wetherald: and ,I- will : ,

rightfully claimed where no assist- if he! makes no boast of it. whose appointment has just beeen announced : all democrats. hereby announce my candidacy
4
&nce was needed ana! that the salf as sinking' fund commissioner ; county commissioner from Dis Mr. Julian Walker

or must have contributed in some It begins to look as though the of Boston was born in..Richmond, j No.2, subject to, the action of
- degree at least to save the property action of President Roosevelt, in Ind., the son of a Union officer who T I I hereby I primary, of May 15th.

from destruction or from danger of declining to give his support to the lost his life in.the war of the Rebel- candidate for the JOHN A. MERRITT. BASSOIn
destruction. a mere speculative dan- lion. George-Yes, If I were in year boob Florida legislature, '- RecitalAccompanied
ger not entitling a person to salvage.' enterprise,has,been fatal to Tampa's Twenty-two Mr. Wether- I'd ask Grace's father. tion of ,the I Song
In the case before the court, which Panama Canal Exposition scheme. aId adopted Boston years as ago his'permanent :, Jack-But. my1 dear boy, you haven't, May 15th. County Commissioner Dist. No. 3. by
teen the boots her father la in. ,
'Was to recover for salvage services home and entered the field of '3 ., .
newspaper -
rendered by a towboat to a steam- The "only authentic story" of the and advertising. Having I hereby hereby announce my candidacy for:: Miss Marrie Maloney.Regular
magazine -
the office of .
boat, it appeared that at the time of San Francisco calamity has appearedin I met with remarkable 'success his I date for to county com
from District No. 3
the rendition of the alleged services r house of the state Subject sale of tickets
several sections of the country. now sole owner of the largest news- : the action of the Democratic Pri:
which consisted
merely of throwinga to the action
ject
It's! an Ill wind. etc. paper advertising agency in New Eng r i of May 15. COE'S BOOK STOREWEDNESDAY
line to the latter by of <
means land, which bears his name. :. primary of May 15.M. jfrM. ANDREWS. t..
< Tfhich she 'Was towed a short dis-
tfnce out 'Into the river; the steam' TaU(about luck. Dowle, after being Largest Advertisers.He MAY 2

; boat was in charge of her own offi- fired out was given a million to has developed the accounts of hereby, announce my candidacy $1.00 75c and 50c
I candidate ,
the am a ,
.. some of largest advertisers in the I
1'.s.a.nd fully able to provide for bar get out county commissioner from District
safety and that country, and his progressive methods >; House'of 3, subject to the Late Dummy
: no request was action 'of the
made by her officers for assistance K H- have contributed. to the success of a cambia county primary of May 15. -
,-, Jrom the towboat. The court held djj number of notable advertising'! cam- cOld c\ cratic Primary. I A. C. BLOUNT JR.

;. that the claim for salvage -was un- : paigns. Besides the newspaper" and the support of the MAY 2nd 1906
founded. VOX POPULI .i magazine advertising business which ty. JERRY J. ,

., _ he owns, Mr. Wetherald is presidentof & hereby annouike my candidacy:: Three Act Comedy
; Under the able management of ;J. MHf. : Chester Kent & Q)., manufacturing To the 'Democratic County Commissioner from Dis
chemists whose products are bia County: No. 3. subject to the action of
JUST FOR FUN
W. Jefferies* an experienced:} news- sold in both this and foreign countries. At the request Democratic Primary of May 15.
!Taper man who assumMnageme.nt Rural Mail! Routes. W. A.
recently SHELBY.
Wetherald undoubtedly has a wider % from the country Y'i By Local Talent
of the sheet Our South, Pensacola Uournal: personal acquaintance with the retail Qc I! hereby announce : Under the Auspices cf the Junior Guildof
.. tern Home By request I hand you a statementof druggists and Representative in County Commissioner Dist No. 4.
published at Laurel Hill, newspaper publishers; Christ Chuch. Tickets on sale April
what I know and what I did in of the United States than other the session 1907 30th at Coe's Book Store
{3 making rapid strides toward the'ront' : the getting the any Party-And what is your name?' where seats
up F. R. D.
Routes of Democratic thereby announce myself: candi
one man in the country. The Kid-Well dey named .Willie, the a can he reservedTetIeys
rank of Florida weeklies. Eal-' No. 1 and 2 from me
:
Cantonement. for
re-election
Has Many Friends.He but dey thick I'll make a name for my- 1906, and'I as county com .
: tot Jeffries is giving Laurel Hill a Wilder' certainly worked up route has the temperament,and manners eelf some day. 4 port of ,the from District No.4, sub :
\'newspaper that compares favorably: No. 1. If he had any assistance which make friends, and he numbers cQunty j to the action ot the Democratic
whatever I
never heard of it. of May 15.
,""with any: weekly, published In :thIs them by the thousands, especially I favor liberal
As to No. 2 ,
,
:: my.nephew W. G. Mar newspaper publishers whom erate 'soldiers and 'J. A. WIGGINS. ,
Section. among
: ? tin and mjtself did the work and Uniform school
the
i hao Martin- during last eighteen or twenty
understood
: steps to be taken In the succession necessary to years he has distributed over' his own .,_ country public hereby announce myself as a can Tea
: Read signature for advertising millions ':. length term as the
Store carry out, the law, and had not insfeted L. many : \ 'uniform for county commissioner from
of dollars, and by whom he is A school
at every house to mix things 1 ( No. 4, subject to the action
Advertisements, up 'W09 would: have taken down some recognized as standing for everything; free books for the (Democratic Primary May 15.
150 or 160 names Instead of the 114 that represents Tiorior, integrity and a I schools. H. C. CLOPTON. has a hold upon
'The wants ,of women are an unfcnown that we did get. square deal.Wetheralel. 4'ttIIt'j An efficient law

: quantity"-wrote a cynic; but I understand that I am the ..fourthman owns a good deal of real i of taxes.

!1e lived before the age of our big who made the attempt to get up: estate, and Is a heavy taxpayer in this Good, roads friends of W. P. Brownson the fin tr tastes

; stores and their big ads. and of the this route. M.r.: James Suggs got 69 city residing at 50 The Fenway and Yours announce him as a candidate
want ad. names on his list and'asked thcounty with a summer home at Swampscott. the office of County Commission It
: : pages. to build' two 'bridges which, He Is a member of the New Aleonouin -- District No. 4. sublwt tn the-- never lets gO.COFFEE.

k "Men have sight; women Insight"Hugo. the commissioners refused.. "I" simply Club the Boston Club and the Tedes- For Tax of the Democratic- Primary 'of
'
explained to Commissioner Wig. co Country Club. He is a comparatively 15th 1906.
That Is why-if it is true-. gins the route and Its legal status':, young man,,and as has recently I hereoy ,

that: women find more in the store! and' h readily approved it. been said of him "His success in life date for ,re-election !

a4s; to Interest them than do men. I am in no way personally interested is an excellent illustration of what Tax Collector for County Commissioner, Dist No 5.

in this route as I live two and energy, business tact and enterprise ( at the. primary to
: '"If a man deceives you once,shame C Con I a haM due east of Cantonment. ]I: will accomplish." 1906. I solicit your hereby announce my candidacy for

him;; if he deceives you twice,,, only welfare did and'What I see was no for reason the to public mate Columbia Here. Respectfully.J. from to the District office of No.county 5, subject com We are the Pioneer

Bhame 'on you." This proverb has so I end change in the original diagram The cruiser Columbia arrived from action of the Democratic Pri Coffee Roasters of

leavened! the practice of ethics that no C, so, as to make Cottage Hill the start New Orleans Sunday night-.and! is 'at At the solicitation "of May 15. West Florida.MCHUGH'S .

business man would dare for even CL L ing It point and come by Cantonment the navy yard taking coaUj Maude-Jack-says his fiancee is one ta by announce myself J. R. STEWARD. t
is very apparent to
once to attempt an actual deception in any business a million. the office-of Tax
mind that -Cantonment tj the place Clara-Tes. and he will find! that her Board Public Instruction.
Choate the action of the
hi would as an Interpret'er.Rufus '
advertising-it be ruinous.
to start There are four mails each mother 111 all the remainder.
May :15. ,1906.NEllJS BLENDShave
day put off..there, 8 a. m., 12:30, 3:30 Choate ,was once trying a --- hereby announce myself a candi-
JUgO wrote that "women are afflicted and 7 p. m. Then there is star route case before Justice Shaw and one for -member of the school board

: by trifles; but they 'are also No. 1,' R. (P. D. No. 1 and a.' postal witness who took the stand was a District No. 3, subject to the ac

consoled by trifles." In the store ads.' order office-all of -which Mr. ,Joseph minister. For Justice Peace of the Democratic primary of no equal. A trial
McVoy-feas to handle and
: they will find many "trifles" to ,con- for his cancellation and ten distribute dollars "What is your name r' asked : 15. W; B. HUBBARD. will convince the connoisseur

|ole! -few:, 'if any, to afflict. a quarter for his assistance. I amsurprised Choate. I hereby
that
candidate for the we
that the government does "Ezekiel Lee: ," answered the wit- f District will be a candidate for member
the
Peace
Richter said that "the not Its
only medicine pay for his post master at Cantonment ness. the :action of the in'the Board of Public Instruc: make no extravagant

than which,harm is does dre.ss"NOld women more'good Doctor L Mr. Massey work.stood a good examination ';Justice Shaw, not hearing- readily .,' mary May ,15th, from election.District No. 1, in the pri claims.
the *
leaned fully, ask.
to carry the, mali R. forward ,and asked Choate
over F.
Publicity shows, In the ads. of this issue No. 2 from Cantonment and is D.a what the witness said. nble.vote of the WM E. ANDERSON. I

a great"variety of prescriptions ofthfs good capable! and trusworthy man so "He said/ your hon r, that his sacola and Very I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS

( kind -enough to fit the case of ,there Is no legal reason that the tame was Ezeldel l Lee" replied ) will be a candidate for member

any ,woman, and to start a wave of route should .be changed or delayed Choate."What. in the Board of Public Instruc.
health over the city. any further. I hereby from.,District No., 2, in the pri
I' ,JQffi D. !BECK, is your occupation?" con- election. -
for th'e'offlce of
Cantonment, Fla. tinued '
-"Waste of time is the most extravagant Choate. for the Second : : H. G. DeSILVA. and all kinds of Feed
T: ma a humble canCne bearer of <
and costly of all expenses And ; County, "subject to
% H H""a -"-- -
,- neglect to read the ads. before "going U' the Lord," replied"the witness. 'IBC umir way. Primary to be held will be a candidate for member- Stuffs.fluto .
WDlie know how to
make love. AH
,hopping" Is one way of wasting time *.. A PRINCELY GIFT. Justice Shaw bent over the.,bench you have to do is to hold bands lofci R. in the Board of Public Instruction

p-and" Is a' luxury which no one'need L *: and inquired what ,the witness,had up into each other's eyes trustfully and District No. 3. in the primary
St Louis Globe- Democrat said. Choate responded, saying thatthe La to Mdx'otber. I hereby anounce .. WaterWholesale
afford. -- date
0 witnesshad for: the office W 3!. AGERTON.
ft4aaHreia said thathe; was a Peace for District

: eYou will never 'find' time. If)rourwant I -" humble candle bearer of the Lord. A regular F&A.M.communication of.. the action of the -

:. time, you must make it" If you If 'Adoiphus' Busch had not seen "Of what denominatioj i you?" Pensacola Lodge No'U, F. & :May 15th. YOU' VOTE: IN THE PRI!; and Retail.

t 'r-c: a always "make time" to read the I the horror and devastation of, the questioned ChoaTe. A. M.. will be held Thursday ?- ARE- YOUR 'POLL'TAXES

!, ;ads. you will find that In making time saster' at San Francisco his contri "I: am a Baptist," replied" Lee. night All members are .requested FOR 1905 IF NOT, YOU

'roo. have also been 'making money. button, of '$100,000 to the relief fund Again Justice, Shaw leaned for- to, be present and vlsit n'g Peace'inthe: | am a' candidate : VOTE FOR THE CAN DI. New Orleans Grocery Co.
: would we may be sure? have been ward and asked what ihe witness brethren invited. By order of OF YOUR. CHOICE. tyAY
less. For be held May 15th IS'THE LAST DAY
while'a FORYOIJ
no v man of T. E.
: a HARVEY W M
;, "A man in 'general Is better. pleased I sensitive 4and sympathetic tamp had _said, and Choate ,replied, "He B. M. SOLOMON. Sec. 2, Escambia County Q AL1FV., ONLY 900 VOTERS

-- i "W1en- he has p>tfc gooI'dinuer! than rment Upon which such, __.a said, your: honor! thai 1 he-was. a dip --. assistance! will be "QUALIFIED. IN: THE COUNTY Jas. McHugh
shea, his wife talks Greek,", says a picture of. ruin and death would and1e.stoll Herald the ;Democratic.' vo ''. '' '- ,
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THE, PEN3ACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, 'MAY' t, 1906, > .
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pEOPLE AND EVENTS OP MAY.. .

PAINfUL PfAIOBS T i(:
MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE :l By MISS E. NELLIE 'BECK ,

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: I O'LOGICAl DATA COVEFING
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-- = = '" = ::0 Life often'seems too long to the woman who suffers :; t :

Lydia E. Pinkham's SHE WAS, SO LITTLE.In guests and' went' at once to 'their PERIOD OF TWENTYSIX from painful periods. The eternal bearing- :

Vegetable Compound She(was Memory BO little of, Lord Little of Sarah.Love;) residence on West-t-Romana. I YEARS. down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness, .- ;,1if? ,

I for feet had scarcely: learned Mr. and Mrs. Post .ihave' secured dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are ,, : : t .
The[ feeling of her motherearth.Her : 'Mr. pant's' furnisher! cottage corner I -. .N.rv_ dreadful. To make life worth *!
I I take
of E. following data. covering a pei living, i
The wonderful power Lydia tiny hands could scarcely holdA Gadsden and Spring, for the Bum- ; ?
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over blossom in its first infola' mer. of twenty-six years, have been;
the diseases of womankind is not because And must she learn to walk above I l from the weather bureau '
it is a stimulant not because it On heaven's 'streets of gold? Miss Maud Muller returned Sunday Jf
but simply because it is at Pensacola, Fla. They are rdQj
B a palliative after ,.a stay of three months In i) I I Wine4
tha most wonderful tonic and recon- :She -was so little, Lord of Love; Mobile. to show the conditions that ; \! ,

structor ever discovered t act directly Scarce more than:some soft dove prevailed, during. the month In .,
upon the generative organs, positively Beneath its mother's brooding. Miss Katie Hatch,' of "ftamhler's ,\: for -the_ above period of .
curing disease and restoring health and breast; Rest" is the guest of !Miss Kessler at but. must not be construed a:; Woman's Relief 'i : ;-
vigor.Marvelous. A dimpled .darling made. of smiles, "Hollywood" on the bayshore. of the weather conditions :' .
cures are reported from Of all beguiling baby wiles- v the coming month i "

til parts of cuiwd the country, trained by women nurses'whohave ,who And will the angels love her there ,Mr. Ernest DeFuniak who has 4 PO R A May for Twenty-six Years. It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches J "
have been And have her in their care? spent' several days in the city, left : Mean or normal temI' -
the blood
witnessed cures and physicians strengthens the constitution and '
:
: .
yesterday for 'Montgomery. 74 degrees. The warmest I
: who have E. Pinkham's recognized Vegetable the virtue Com of She was so little, Lord of Love; I'I was: that of 1889, with an av-i" permanently cures all diseased conditions from which : .,.",
Lydia and are fair enough to givo Uust maa'e(' to lie here warm Miss Lillb Taylor will open the of 77 degrees. The coldest month; weak women suffer. I
pound And sweet, within folding arm, Old Mill Inn about June 1, for the (UNSWCET: : ) I :i.
that
where it is due. my of H.03, with an average; 01 '
t credit If phvsicians dared to be inank and Ah! Let her not forget me quits season. made with : degrees. The highest temperature., It is matchless, marvelous, reliable. 'i' ',. ,"
: hundreds 6f them weula a.cknowldge' In that great world of life and light! 93 degrees on May 21, 1S&2.\ ( The j At all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. : -' '
} that they constantly prescribe But guard and hold. her safe from iBrJtlsh1cefimsul and Mrs. Don- care for those I! temperature was 44 degrees on i ?- ,
.ii
. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound harm, nelly have taken a suite of rooms in I 7th, 1898. : >:) .
Lydia in severe eases of female ills, as My little child above. Miss\ Taylor's town house on Jack Demand the I (rain or melted snow) WRITE US A SUFFERED GREATLY," 't ;

l they know by experience It can be re. son street for the summer. for the month, 2.93 inches. freely and frankly In Mrs. L. E. Ce\"eger,of Belle- f ,II :
: lied upon to effect. cure. The follow- She was so little. Lord of Love; Borden's'Condensed Milk number of days with .&1 of ;.: dence,telling us all your N. C., "at my monthly periods, j.J J: .
1. iDI?! letter proves it. A little woman-child Mrs. T. B. Maddox, of Tuskegee, inch or more 7. The greatest troubles. We wilt send free Tenn."I life, but the first bottle of Car- j\: j:
Dr. S. C. Brigham, of 4 BrighamPark Ah, in this life could.she have borne Ala., who has ""been' visiting her sister ..,. precipitation was 7.47 inches plain sealed envelope). me wonderful relief and now I "*:
Fitchburg, Mass., writes: The grief 'With;. which our hearts are Mrs. W. W. Richards, left Sun- r" 18S3. The least monthly precipita- p "jsg1vesmegveatpleazuzetoaythatIbare torn? day for home. :Antonia, Texas, the gu was 0.04 inches in 1898. The Aiediane Co., Chattanooga, time." t !
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found Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Have borne her woman's fate. and 6arrs. parents CoL and Mrs. of it f. :.>.
amount precipitation re 7"
Compound very efficacious, and often pre smiled? W. W. Richards and baby son 'w! ;"- !' "
hours
in 24
terite it in my practice for female difficulties. Ah, Lord of life and light above, Hilas, leave to-day for Gulfport to Mr. Ralph Fisher' : any consecutive : f' f
"My oldest daughter found it very beneficial I leave her safe with you. spend a few weeks with Tier Daughter' Crant, left Sunday 3.97 inches on May 5, 1884. "

fora female daughter trouble is now some taking time ago it for and a my female -By Julia Neeley Finch in Birmingham Mrs. Will Favorite. lleEI 'trip" in' Atlanta. and Weather: Average 1 i
youngest of clear days, 15; partly cIndy
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weakness,and is surely gaming health Age-Hsrald. 4Blrs. .. ; >
12; cloudy days 4. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
and strength. 6- Edward Villar has returned Miss Ellis .Shu
"I freely advocate it as a most reliable specific PENSACOLA' LADIESIN from a fewdays delightful visit to Clara Bell 'are, : The prevailing winds have ,
in all diseases to which women are sub- her old ,home in :Mobile. I this week from New from the7' southwest. The aver 1 .- '' '1 .
ject and give it honest endorsement.1't ,__ ST._ n _AUGUSTINE.__ __ .._. .T.. they went to attend : hourly velocity of the winds is: PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROMAN*ST. :. : ,,;:

t Women who are troubled with pain Miss !Bertha Stewart representingthe Mrs. Willis Roberts leaves Wednesday '' .' 4Mr. The highest velocity of the wind ",
ful or irregular periods, bloating (or Arizona Grand Chapter, Mrs. .C. on a visit to Mobile whence Howard. 48 miles from the northwest on ; "' '..
.. flatulency] ), weakness of organs displacementsinfiammationorulceration- D. '!iByer worthy matron Mrs. E. W. she goes north to visit her youngest known assistant Post 20. 1901. i ::
Fowler associate conductress, andMrs. daughter Mrs. Lee J. Ninde in Ft. Fort Barrancas leaves Cut Out the Barber Habit? : .: ;
- can be restored to perfect health and Sylvester'' Weeks, associate Wayne, Ind. the North ..o.n.a. / Stomach Troubles. : ,
J strength by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's :. grand matron and representative of and friends. ;
tives Sue Martin, an old and highly
If advice is. the left Sat You can do it if you have a Gillette Safety Razor. The most VT! : .
Vegetable Compound. Arkansas grand loge
: Mrs. !A. 3[. Avery and the Misses\ resid nt of Faisonia, Miss, VH:
needed write to Mrs. Pinkham, at urday evening for St. Angustina to Avery have cards out for Tuesday Blue RMwnynWns' sick with stomach trouble for complete razor ever made. Drop in and let us show you one. 1: : ,
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Lynn Mass. She is daughter-in-law attend the Florida Grand Chapter of afternoon from ,5 until to 7, to meet 'Ma e'* in Lem n and than, six'months. Chamberlain's I Complete with 12 extra blades $5.00 1 1 ? '
of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty. the Eastern Star, which convenes in their guest Mrs. Vassar Patrick of tracts. Ask for;' Blue rand Liver Tables cured her.

five years has been advising sick the :Ancient City this morning. Macon, Ga. and say it plain. Goes says: "I can now eat anything Cae's: :cc1stcre. : i
women free of charge. No other living ,
and the flavor is and the woman
person has had the benefit of a FAIR PENSACOLA VISITORAT Mrs. Ashley' S. ,Farrow 'Who hasbeen \ world am to find such proudest a good medi Phone 255. 213 South Palafox Street Pentacola j: .f f1

wider experience in treating female KNIGHTS OF REVELRY'S J the attractive guest of Commandant WILL ACCOMPANY ." For sale by all druggists. --- ,\", : .
ills. She has guided thousands to
,
,
and Mrs. Berry at the navy t j
ANNUAL EASTER BALL. U van.
J. S -
health suffering should Jerry
Every woman left ( for home. '
jard, Friday
ask for and follow her advice if she The Mobile special correspondentof known candidat ;"'who is DAY PROCLAMATION r................... .............................. ;':
wants to be strong and well.NOTICE. the Birmingham Age-Herald says- Mrs. John Denham is expected! In strong race for; the ISSUED BY MAYOR BLISS I i 1
The city is awake onc more and this county wp.i. 1.I .
Pensacola about 1 will be
May and
the ball is rolling. In fact several his Bliss issued the following
in campaign
Beard
balls were rolling during the the few guest weeks.of Miss Lillie Taylor for a county. They 'together designating Tuesday J Refrigerator Economies. I \ '

1\\eek. The Knights of Rsvelrj speakers will address : 1, Dewey Day, a half holiday in I

started things off with their annual The friends of *,:Mr. John F. Pryor Millview. Thursday. city of.ffensacola.(
ball Easter Mo ldaY'. This is as t On: the first' day of May
Friday night:and .
will regret to learn that he has been .
t
much a part of Easter as the egg* day. ;; Rear Admiral Dewey, with the< I, The expense of maintaing refrigerators is one of the '
and the rabbits, and as unseparable Quite sick for several day (States Naval vessels under essential features to be considered when making jour : "'": '
from our associations with Easier 6 command, entered Manila Bay : purchase-the first cost is compartively unimportant : 11 ',' ".
The friends of Mr. Walter Briggs SOUTHERN AND
...TO... week as the S. C. S. ball is from destroyed the Spanish fleet with The refrigerator that: r. : ,
will be pleased to know that he. was .
i"
Christmas, or the Strikers from New HANDLING. the loss of a single vessel or '
Year. Tha- society celebrated its Letter Briggs last of Malviw night. is His with mother him"Mns.at Some Roads' '3-t '' of a single man,, thereby Ii t Costs Little to Run is the "Odorless." f ;.' .
USERS thirty second anniversary on this occasion one of the most remarkable
OF ,
Miss Laskey's 500 North Hayne. | ,
and did not look its age. Oithe Unfair Advantage in the history of naval war ll
6 : : They do perfectly satisfactory work in
''Reference to hot and humid : -
contrary: everything looked very anal establishing the prestige of !
The friends of Mrs. Ben H. is" from I. weather, when many of the so-called refrigerators faU. -
fresh ann!' naw, and from the zest many It reported country as a naval power and a t, .
with which the maskers entered Into Thomas, who has been quite ill for office of< the Union knowledge of the glorious : -end consume but little ice. : i1f If :
GAS RANGES the dance one wpuld have thought several days will be pleased to learn Company at Omaha \ of American liberty and,I. f

: them much younger. The ball-room that she 1:3: rapidly improving and being circulated by $14 $16 $18 $22 to $35. ;1 .
;vas decorated very effectIvely to :will be able; to be out ,in a few dayp. terminating on the I, Chas. H. Bliss mayor : ..

represent Fairyland. There wan a ,6 Coast that the"Union tf:1ti'W Pensacola, 'fcy the authority and 6 Others that are good and ice savers too, from $9.OO up :
'Mrs. E. C. Maxwell returned! Sat. tied in handling
krge: number of guests, among them up in me- vested, do set apart the : Emmerich Feather -Pillows $2.0O, $3.50 and $5.00 a pair.! :,
being several visitors, the Misses urday night from Tallahassee.Ollsa : San Francisco, that it day of. May to be celebrated 4A

Vass of Montgomery. Miss Julia 6 other freight which joy and thanksgiving, and I re ..
MRS. Lee of Pe.I1IaoolaIlss. Pearson ol. ; Jeanette McGovern returned -roneous, as the Union all stores and places of bus!. .
l. M. IUDLUM!, Livingston, Ala., Miss Tierman of ,Sunday after a delightfulvisit withstanding its > to close aftsr one o'clock p. m. I
:Missouri, and Miss Fanny Tuttle! of! of three weeks in IHot Springsand in forwarding fooa'' permit' : holiday and the< I i
Montgomery." Little Rock, Ark. Uqj', for the relief of of appropriate commemo JJllARSTON & QUINA j'",
an expert teacher of the use of 4 -the in
Miss Lee is having a lovely time in by: calamity ,
gas ranges, will be with us for Mobile and from there goes to Colombia Paymaster and Mrs. John W. Hig--andvicinity, is 'fen under my hand and seal this:. : 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla : 1 1" .
several days' and her servicesare gins' have returned from week allots : .
a n moving
Miss., for a visit before jre- x&y of April, A. D. 1906.: .
offered free to all users of turning home. '1'' delightful visit in her old home, San rections with facility CHAS. H. BLISS :..............6..4.......6....H6..eG9.............; .
gas ranges In the city. This This kind of
st Ma "
: or.
4 } _
instruction will embrace cook. MERRY ''PICNIC! AT of one railroad in C. E. :MERRITT: Clerk. --- ------ -: t'
ing in all its forms, care of the ', : with another,'Js to say
PALMETTO BEACH. the '
range and its economical han. !Beautify ComplexionIN yery poor taste and of .
dling. It will facilitate and In- /1A: party of young people, chap propriety: and
eroned by Mrs. Johnson a.ndIrs.: TEN DAYS.Nadinola. with ,
sure a visit from her if you will meet public
notify us at once thai'you would Smith, spent the day at Palmetto i iI
like her to call. : :Beach Sunday, going. down on the 9 Picnic and Dance You Don't Want I
a. m. dummy and returning at 7 r
The The picnic and
UNEQUALED
I. o'clock.
Phone No. 148.
Park today, given by
They played: games and had an all BEAUTIFIER.cn--
round goo time, having both dinner : dorscd by tKoiuandot Sisters will be a great Dirty Dusty L'd
miss It. There will be
,i- and supper, and roller skating was guaranteed to I'cmoVI.1 ,
freckles, pimplei all i other out 'door sports
in the t..T
also enjoyed. Those party ""' -=
.1 rfJt; __. facial ducolorationjS like them;
were: -" S** and tie GroceriesThis
restore
PensacolaGas iMissqs Slay and Agnes Quigley, beauty of youtH. i ; ,
Amelia and Hazel Johnson, Inga The ;
worst caxt in twenty days. 50c. and '
Torkelson, Iva Smith. Quilla Smith, \ BATHING ,
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$1.00 all
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at leading drug ctorcs or ly jnaiLPreprt4bjr I '
Katie Grahams, :Louise Dooley, Cor- is the season of AUTOMOBILE STORYMotorCar
Company. nelia :WechL! Rosaline ,Pierce, Maggie NATIONAL TOILET co., Piri3Teaa. I -DASHING i ,

Johnson and Marie Smith and : ... the year when the I I It
Messrs. "Nicte' :London Dooley Con- A ,
dust to and J
begins fly
/ I
tN.... .VAVN /SI nors, Cecil Hovey, Eddie :Anderson, -- -'-- ,
Fordham and Reuben Vanal-t, Jim when it is hard to '
Smith, Edgar Day, Golay Rupert, Jim 'TheBest.is What Ws Sell"I:THE: SHEEHAN Divorce: :

Wedgeworth, :Chas. Sibrand W. I I, WILL BE KNOWN keep anything clean. .
BOSSO'S.Ice Smith George Bonifay, Dudley John- ,.
son, RobL'Smith and Willie Bogart. ;: CARLOS But you will find I By LOUISE CLOSSER HALE 'f
.
<> For I BREEZY and deliciousry humorous motor-car: romance-the "
Cream Factorycan COZIES ENTERTAINTHE -. makes it .
AUDUBONS.The '. NO DIRT A fact that the hero and heroine are man and wife
The bath houses ,. ;. :
furnish you cream in Cozy Club met Friday evening no less a romance. '
any quantity. Satisfaction ,with ,the ,president Miss Miriam ,late extensive David repairs.Sheehan' OR, DUSTin I Mrs.Ward,a believer in the theory of the ten-year marriagecontracts :. i(

.. guaranteed. Blount. the Audubon National His- The Best property of Major advanced
PHONE 1326 tory Society, Miss Em Turner Mer- Bass. Mrs. Bliss will the groceries husband on automobile. tour through France and Italy for the .f;
SAM BO&SO, Prop. ritt, Miss Adelaide Bell Miaj Mar-
from this i divorce the grounds of Incompatibility "
agement of them this bought purpose of securing a : on
Merritt
Miss: Kitten ,
gharita Moreno 1
bath house i is now do exisL It takes another woman, r '. ,
Miss Louise Williams, Misi; Lucile i I A I of temper, which in reality not :;
Lurton. being guests of the Club.A Pure Food'Groceries dies' bath house will tie store. great part several accidents and the automobile to bring Mrs. Ward to her ,1f. .
or three days. The
stock is
of
: nice program, including an opening be known as the San our put up proper senses. .: ;

Ice Cream address !by the hoste president, It;'is the intention of at the factory in clean, With 36 Uuitration, 10 of which are In Color, by WaIter Halo } ",'
Edith Oliver "
recitation by Miss! compositions 12mo, Cot! $1.50 ,

and Cake Miss Marjorie by :Miss Yonge Fidelia. ,Miss Sirblette Grace, erty to plant an ,Ideal palms place.and to healthy packages, and ffyottr loottelkr 4 asa't U.upon the publisher receipt 01 t frtee.will tend tin&,fostegefaut., ,,;. :1..

Rilly! :M1ss Mary'nstonJones: and the portion which we '
and recitations DODD, MEAD & COMPANY
Miss Lizzie Fisher, Wm.
For Bay Parties by Miss Helen Fisher and Miss Doro- Johnson handle in bulk is so Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York ,

thy Skinner 'Was greatly enjoyed. that
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I -Tetleys1 Teas ( carefully put up iIi--------- ,

Picnics Etc. II' there is === .
KELiLEY-WHAULS! WEDDING annex)i by 'an no possibility
SUNDAY 4N MILTON. -... ""...".".""....".."..".."."".""."".. ;
Quite a party of Pensacola friends hot or iced. Call of it containingdust ,

We will furnish in any' including tie ;t>ridesmaids.went to And the Best Prices I II Store and try a'cup or dirt of from 1S cents to $4.00 each. ;
quantity and flavor desired. Milton Sunday to be present at the I any ,:.
It's made from pure marriage of Miss Idelle Kelley and Service. j flavor, fr gt nce- kind; FLY SCREENS: Strips and Wire to make .
and
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Jersey cream and the purest !Mr. I. J., Whauk, in Tetley's Tea. your own Screens. ." .
of flavoring extracts. The ceremony took place at the '__:__ -
"We've had lots of praisefor residence of tha brideii parents Mr. I H.G.DeSILVA&CO'' j I
J. F.: Kelley, Rev. Elison, : Phone 11 11
our cakes and know ana' Mrs. : Ring A swell line of ................................... .
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You will /foe pleased with pastor of the Milton. M- E. church .. .... .....'i....... .... .............., J
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them. Others are. officiating.. fords, just received. Sol Calm & CO. < I
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The attendants were Mr Frank Phone 391ROSENAU&GERELDS I' '- W m. -

Nelson and 'Miss Cora Metcalf, Mr. CAN YOU VOTE IN THE PRIMARY >>$?; $ 'if *'I'iit...; : ..
John Hanshaw and Alias Hettie Th. Pure Food Store, i! 4 ""
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. ? ARE YOUR POlL-'TAXES '
Church. I : & PIANOS AND ORGANS. '* f
were decorated with PAID FOR 1905 IF. NOT, YOU .
ThB' rooms I NOTICE. Southwest Corner Palifox and Intendencia CASH OR EASY TERMS. # f
Kandy Kitchen Cafe ferns and cut flowers and a numberof JU1 those who wish CANNOT VOTE FOR THE CANDIAll ,Piano Work Guaranteed. -
beautiful presents were displayedto DATE OF YOUR CHOICE. MAY # CLUTTER: & RUSHING, ;tTHE4ISTHELAS1'DAYFORYOU .
number of primary, May 15th. -
the Jargs : guests Phones, 128 12EASTGOVERNMENT3T. :1
104 S, Palafox. Phone 999 present .. I The Fancy Grocers, poll\ taxes 4th.are, paid not TO QUALIFY. ONLY 900 VOTERS PHONE 476. ;... ,'
;Mr. anijMw, :FbauH arrived on day May ... ARE QUALIFIED IN THE COUNTY. & (
PenS .
Phone 391. CoI3. J. S. ..
train'accompanied by .. 1
the midnight j & ** U

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I You'll Be Glad ii You Do, I ... in PROPERTIES .i REAL ESTATE 'MARKET


OFFERINGS
> SPECIAL
J2000-for 5' of the prettiest buildinglots

115, West. on East Jackson St. over- ...OF'...

Sorry if You Don't. lots, for t _____-__$800 looking the bay.
? $flSOO-6 room cottage East JacksonSt WATSON.Leading
&
,!- few days 'b'uildinglotslii worth the money. HOOTON .
r : : '140o- tore, and dwelling No. 700

t. If you buy Pensacola' realty now you'll be glad of it; If $ north side LaRua East Wright St., corner lot 36 Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency.

i you don't, we know you'll be sorry Never was the 13th and x126. ,
f time for purchase more'opportune than the -1>resent. It $1700-2 rfjottages at Fisherville, 3

:: is ourbusiness to know values and canpont' :you to Other :;. lots corner property and fronting $$12,500.00( store foundings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near
; I 'the bay.
Union A fine investment.
; ?2400-Elegant- Hill and West I ?5500 2 story, bath, toilet and gas; 2,500.00-0ne Depot of the prettiest.blocks on East Hill" ,containing 20 lots,

Several Properties That block ; for,$50 and up on also single story, cottage on S. each 40x137% feet.. ?
bath -any half of block, East Hill, near car $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offeredfor
$8000-Property line and fronting 9th ave. short time only.
Are Money Makers. on the Houses worth the price. $6,300.00-Large 2-story dwelling' North Palafox on corner.

houses on MONEY TO LOAN AT 7 AND 8 PER $2,500.0o-6 room dining N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet

All correspondence answered promptly. a year. $ CENT. $3,350.00-Nce! roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out housesin

per cent.$2000Property. excellent location on DeVilliers St.

: and Coyle ;i Company, L. S. BROWN & CO. 5000.00Two Barcelona St.dwellings: in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.


Investment $ 600-4?600 room cash New Company.York 201 Theisen Building. PHONE 54. No. 37,S. IJALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L,"
Pensacola
Company year.p00Quarter. "WE SELL LOTS

: : Street I I- ."...=-.....,..... .. ....

A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. City Manager. home site Pensacola Fla. .
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$3500-New ( - ---- --- -:
ifi -W". :SNOWIES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. _....... ... '
RHt; ( % w..ANT&.O l f fjgg f jl fjf- g fg j Si & gSSai M Uiig iSaatS :I
I J.L STILLMAN, V..Pres. ani Gen. Manser. KNOWLES BYER Treasurer) $3500-:7- e-h ; ._ __ ,,. __ Wfl I

i Rael Estate, loans* General Investments. \ rents $420 Tur'entine or WANTED. position as stenographer Keep Life Insurance Money at Home I
I $4200 Business Lands by lady with: experience.P. .
irU young to report at hand of state treasurer,. the people of
dencia According last
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. 0. Box 244. Florala. Ala.
SMALL QUANTITY 29apr2wWANTEDRefrigerator* Florida in one year
J == WIIiIIII Address Paid Life Insurance Premiums Amounting to Over ......$1,500,000
on or must be in
_ _ _ _ _ _ $12.S0-5 rooms .. cheap; for cash. While the entire aggregate losses paid were a little over .. 400,000
w- $16.00-6 rooms & Aymard good condition' and Address LockBox Draining the state of over. .. .. .. ... . ...... 1,100,000An
; Capacity 1ft to 200 ibs.
; \ 549, City. 29apr.lw increasing gain has been going out of the state for twenty years.
and Abstract Co.
The ; i T TA LESLIE DeFuniak Springs,Fla WANTBD-rBoard. and rooms in private -
Earth for Sate!
( -- -- .. family by young couple. No I American Life Insurance Company
Phone 462 ( children; must be in good localityand| !
--- Startling Statement I close to car line. Address Permanent -j a Florida Company with home offices at Tampa.

but it is true, and we are ass'stjng: in parcelling out dear ,old terra flMWSUWflW W care Journal. 29apr3t* I j' PLEDGED TO FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT.

firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood timber lands, saw HELP ,,:RENOVATED New OLD HATS MADE NEW-Panama I Every dollar of its assets invested in sections where it is paid in.

mill and turpentine locations, grazing and agricultural l lands and if desired. Guaran. <,and Straw hats cleaned, pressed: jj Is not such, a company worthy of home patronage?
town property. We have a 25000 acre proposition: in saw mill tImber WANTED! taken up and matting and blocKed. Panama 50c, straw hats| CAPITAL STOCK $500,000-POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

I that is a bonanza. If you hue any lands of the above classes, Francisco Leave orders at 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Office Brosnaham Building
:
list them with us, and they will soon be sold. We can sell your turpentine mand. Phone 193. 7mar Victor Louis. 100 E. Intendencia. Pensacola
place to be delivered next winter. 500 pages. 24 aprlm

We are sole agents for all the real estate of the new town of -stories by and geWal office, WANTED TO RENT Small cottage.
Lyndiola, nestling beside a chain of turquoise-tblue lakes beside the !
( Premuium year's experience, wants Must be close in and cheap. Ad- -
B. C. & St. A. ra'lroad.: Also for the estate in the HOTELS. Miscellaneous
( real new seaside / free. Write present employer dress with full, particulars, 99S, care .
city of Bayou St. Andrews, now !being laid off at the terminus of the and make $500 "Boolrkeeper," care .
I Journal. _ _ _ISapr FERRELL HOTEL--Sneads, Florida. REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chi .
t B. C. & St. A. railroad! on the far-famed St. Andrews Bay, which has It ard Co., 325 26aprlw*. ;
been justly designated as "The Naples of the South., In fact, if Imay2w* ANA.MAS-Let clean your Panama Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, ley, making connections with mail
It's any part of mother earth rent a.6 to 7 room -- !and-straws. Hats cleaned blocked i good beds, table the best J. M. Fer- launch for points on..St Andrews ba,\,

-!- modern improve an'd rebanded by expert workman. rell Prop. lapr Extra teams for traveling men. Goo l

Butler&Simmons education to H., care Journal Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor,''HOTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day. horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on

000 capital. I Shop, 34 S. Palafox St Special atten- Special rate by week. Special attention or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, Fla.

Lawyers end Real Estate Agents payable : tion to mail orders. I II to traveling men. Free sam Telephone, ,No 74. 2Sapr
country -- -
Address Geo. G. printer ple room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.:
GOOD PASTURE-For few hors
Ghlpley Fla. in newspaper or a sand
j 1may2t* I or Alabama. Has I Board and Rooms. Laapr. _ _ cows. Address jr apply to W.
: ==;:: = = = :::: ;:: ;:: '= = = :: :: : : : = : : : :- SOUTHERN- all the
Open
HOTEL
: : : = :; :' :: :; :: WANTED- I' : experience and an all- I H. Kilbee Brents Fla. ISaprlw
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American and European pl 1.Special' .
,
sawyer.. printer. A perfect PLEASANT ROOM to rent with privilege year. I

I'IiI! ._. ." __ i Windham, absoiutely* sober; will of light house keeping, 301( W. respect.summer Pleasant rates. First-class and conven-in, LOST
every
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Imaylw. salary. Address Chase. 8apr
ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen-
Arthur Win
I
LOST.-Sliver medallion watch fob
WANTED- le, La.12apr1w.. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent -,sacola. Fla. loapr i I
with badge attached. 'Finder will
IF YOU BUY THISpiece '
I, cisco ; 1 kinds of electrical on North Hill car line; loca"tlonvery THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,!, please return to Escambia Hotel. S arable :
desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden
beds. Free baths and sample
ands killed good *
all kinds of electrical reward iven. Imay2t "
of property, we believe 3'OU will make a good profit on your Worth of I other electrical supplies. street. 25april room. $2 per day. Special attention I .

investment in a very short time. We have'10 lots on North Palafox authentic story : me ring 345 or 955. ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished tc traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop., LOST Gold brooch, either on elec

that we can sell for 225000. These lots are right in line of the best witnesses. new Star Laundry build. suitable for light house DeFuniak: Springs. Fla.----13marlm I tric car or Palafox street Studded

residence district of th's city and should even now brin&! more money illustrated. 80 15det keeping. On the Hill, location high CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY -Op. with torquoise. Reward for return to
I Freight paid. and healthy. Close to car line. Apply depot. Large and well lighted! Wm. Johnson & Son's. Imaylw

j free. Send 4 ; work of any 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at

A HOME SITEon postage. : give same prompt at- ISaprlm all hours. Special attention to traveling ,I LOST-''Folding pocket book, containing -

I Lake Street, 285. 3.aprlm.I WANTED fe/ regular boarders men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug-::I| $10 in currency, and some pa'pers -

the Northeast corner of 12th avenue and 15th' street, only two WANTED-An i'o:I public to know that. Also a few tab'a boarders in private gle, Prop. 13marlm', Reward for return to 523 E. D ,

!blocks from the care line is one of the prettiest building lots in ply Sunday, all kinds of repairing family; good location; convenient to CHIPLEY HOTEL -Carl Setterlind, Leon. 1mayt*

the city. The neighborhood here is excellent, and ths: section of B. H., horse shoeing, etc. J. car line; use of bath and phone, No. Prop. Special attention to commercial -I LOST-A diamond locket, engra\ed
the city I 13 very healthy. We offer this lot IS1 feet front on 12ta: 29apr2t. :: Co: 27feb 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlm travelers. Free sample and bath J. F. P. Liberal reward for re urn

vet by 200 feet deep on 15th tt. ((1A block))) for $1500.00. WANTED' DYELXG. Pressing PLEASANT place to board"on' :North ro ms. Large rooms with good beds. to Journal office. 29apr
day. ISmarliaB
Beach Club, 212 N. DeVillers Hill; on car line. Address .No.8, $2 r per-- i LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
THE MAXENT TRACTproperty Crisman, care' Journal. 27mar Y 'HOTEL.-Open night anddy.
.
Davis, Prop. Your pat- European plan. Rooms light and Pure white pup about six months
i Anson's old crossbetween fox terrier ant
satisfaction
;
; guaran Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat clean. Transient trade solicited.
is for sale West of "C" street And FISHERVILLE do 29apr2t* attention ,given ladies' this office. They are all clean 575-579 S. Palafox. Jss. S. Nicolau, bull; liberal reward return to F. RMcade .
not over look this pretty little village on the bay. Nice people live WIANTED-'" 1222. gfeb and nice. Prop. 118 W. Cervantes. 28aprl) w ,
her and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $300.00. It Is cisco"-Best I OLOST OR STRAYED smaJLdarl- !

very cool and pleasant here In summer. Act quick. your moving Mercnants and Tranafei bauUns. brown heifer with tips or horns .

pany, 723 guaranteed. T. B. Tnor Money to Loan. MiscellaneuosMATTRESSES sawn off; not in very good order, lib
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
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WITH US FOR SALE. .... '
28apr3t* 978. ISJuaelm, ...... AND FURNITURE eral reward.,to any one giving infoi-

THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows made to order old onesrenovate4. maton: as to)Us wherea/bouts La r
WANTED- Hauling ana transfer o money from Jno. A. Hall & Mattresses. New ticks ;furnished. seen 14 St. and,: .14 ave. Address J B

THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY mission.insurance Good phone& White.363; residence 22-28 N.,I Co., 16 E. Government street. Sfeblm Wheu Second hand furniture bought and T.28apr, 101% S. 'Palafox,.' St., or phone )M..
in need call on us.
sold. Upholstering and repairing done.
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. I American Life 25mar, LOST-'At Hotel, booH
PHONE 87FOR I 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. Bay pocket
ham Building. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per-' Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. containing money and valuable! IM
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-1.! -L public to know that fonal on short notice. rewa-rd ,
property )ers; suitable for return to Blotel. <.
WAN'r.ED-At can be bought at 'Perms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V.. EXCURSION-The launches Stella I 1 E No questions asked. 1.*

I nurse* at five cents a bundle. They :Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb and Leclalr will run excursions: to I I Gosf-Meresham pipe Reward 1,;1
28apr4t .
SALE and nice.
Special *; :he Life Saving Station, or other return to Parlor Market. 27o,>r
List of Property for Sale by D. Hale _BargainsFor MAKE BIB MONEY TO LOAN.-on reai estate or points of interest, day or night! on reasonable 14 ,
WST.8aturdaApril
want your orders foi other sufficient security by aj/ply preun"
Wilson & Co. terms. Phones 659 and :330.
the''otncial Over 303 or!. j[lug to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox and bly from wagon, package con ain"ig
One block on proposed street car Few Days Only' tion of San'? ; to select from. All :Elomana up stairs. 17nov-m. I. C. Sutherland, Mgr. I2aprFAILORING air trousers addressed H. P, Mooa
overlooking Bayou
line New .
City
Trumbull Printing Co., Pensaco ;f found returned to Express offi< "
Texar, and under fence ....$3000 -B. L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' .
cum 16feb. MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate md receive reward. IXaui!
One half block on Lakevlew avenue clothing cleaned, pressed and
500 large '
security, or on good collateral
Jn' settled neighborhood' and on hard Lot 40x240 W. RomanaSt graphs. Retail Electric work of ah k'nd. lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks., repaired on short notice. No. 11* LOST OR STRAYED-Dark brown

: road, very cheap .$1500 day easy if )" ; 'your fans reair; Your at Fisher building. 21an West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. dun colored Texas pony. Brand In l-
One-half block (12 lots) and six neW near Spring St. sell any book jour wiring etc. Pnona I Idee. (: left hip, star in foreh ad, Rew:'L
houses rentin'g for $5.00 each with body :: : Elecvria; Co.. 235 S. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pe> f for return to W. L. Bell, city.
room for seven more houses.. $3250 with 5 room house..$3250 lOc for sonal property on short notice. J.H. PORTER. sallmaker, 716 South n-6ZJdv
Two large lots and a good three Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs Palafox street. Orders taken for
agents. -, ,
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room and hall house renting for $6.00 Take orders '! orders for tailor- 28 South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. tents, awnings, camp stools and house -- -- --- -
Lot 80x170 W.
per ,month; if sold at once.. ..$600 Romananear Monarch We make your bn',! cots. etc. Prices reasonable Sljan. For Sate.

One nice five roomed house in good DeVilliers phia, Pa. Let us take your meas- UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan
locality with 37 foot lot renting ,for .' St.$1000 & Co., Chicago, W. O. on all kinds o* personal property SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert. FARM FOR SALE-80 acres local
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.$10.00: per month. .... .. ..$1000 WANTED Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm Special rates to business men on large Ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship at Cottage Hill on railroad; all One
One-half an arpent and ten roomed W.Jackson l leans. Tbe! New York Lean Co. 204Palatal. '.., chandlers and grocers, only first-class: In and with large house, barns o I '
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1 house In central part of the city,nice Leslie E. Brooks, CLOTHING WANT. ol1th house of kmi in city. FaIr prices!! to al!., houses. etc. Creek runs through; ,'

shade and fruit trees.. .. .$5500 WANTED- price paid for gents'
.. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP land and 4 or 5 springs; ar? aso! o:
Vacant lots in any part of,the city Fisher Building. ored trade. Sell second hand goods. FOR RENT I '\\'iilreflm8; : Proprietor. Furniture the land. Plenty shade trees and i II

:at prices ,that will take. Several investments' call dummy at depot for rent 9 E. Intendencia. repairing of all kinds, parpsts! pie, pecan, peach and plum U-

that will net 10 per cent. 24 ;. : A. R. Bingham wants FOR RENT Two very desirable I laid, furniture packed for shipping Good soil; also have a los "1 fine bi- I

oa the money invested. apr and hauling./ He guai stores en first floor of Manhattan Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. chickens ducks, hogs, goats, :. *

FOR RENT. I : Fhona 630. hotel, Corner Garden'and Baylen. j 22April fowls, pigeons geese and lura >- ,'
W A. -
Tea roomed house centrally located, I FOR SALE debit and-: I Just completed and arranged in first all kinds Keasonfor se'liug' is th' 1

:end,unexcelled a .boarding house,1 43 PIANO to Achange class' shape. For terms, particulars, I CARRIAGES repaired and ; have no one to manage place. A g
Box
on street car line $3 00 per month. I I P. 0. East Hill. Address P, etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr I Floats built to order. Horse repainted.shoe. bargan either as an investment -
roomed house close in town, All kind of real estate, for sale or 30mar faun -.
Five !I WANTED- FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. for party looking for a good
and nice out buildings, stable rfnt North Hill and East Hill vacant ; '
large yard l Splendid All owners of poultry to cottage at "All Bay. Address Box 27feb which to make money. Even a.
etc., $ O.O) per month.It I lots.' Some very choice ones at are agents for the celt 815, Pensacola. 28apr genuine and just as reprssentei .\ ,
son soon. we .
what you want is not listed here good bargains for homes or investment fake. Write or call on W. H Mo-g. :
Poultry Remedlea CHIROPODIST-Dr. E. St. Clair
call .us up by phone 234 or call and Top waiting.wages Best I I to cure rupe, cholera 'FOR RENT-Second story over Llndenstruth's Thomas, professional! chlropodist.lCorns Box 453. Pensaeola, for further liar'ulars. : t'
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eUS at 30 S. Palafox street. One large lot on R. R.' good factoryor I 31n
kill fleas 1'ce I jewelry store. Suitable:
warehouse site. One water front poor man. I and mites. ,. bunionsand ingrowing nails
ness. : egg producer;, F. for offices, sleeping quarters or storage successfully treated. Office in opera;
lot
that a purchaser could make no I II ,
Hale Wilson & Co. FOR SALE OR RENT Two light:-
D, mistake' to buy. One 40-acre( farm' lege, New ; Co. Phone No., 231. rooms Lee Dani tJ. 24apr no se building,-Government streft' n,1; with capacity for 75 thousanu :'.
one
.Ly I ana' one of 160 acres, both near Pen- FOR RENT-8-room, 2storyCottage trance. Office" hours 8 to 12 a. m.; lumber the other thirty thousand cipacity. '
sacola. WANTED 1 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker 1 to 8 p. m. 24apr r reasonable. Also o
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Rates
: capable cf By a young man., position Itgrabam. April20
Four choice brick business houses
$$70.0 ing and : A-l references GOOD NEWS FOR PENSACOLA. skiff beats for sale! cheap 22 ft loan,
y .on Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest- BINGHAM has
ment Fsw choice offices work. Must Address C-2. care Journal A. R. storage room for you need any locks or keys repaired I I 15 ft beams. Telephone or wrte: f r. A
property suitable for furniture
rent or other I Co.. M Iton, Fla. 2'n: :: rON
I :;Buys a five room,cottage, E. Gregory for rent. drinking m goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona or fitted anywhere in your house Chaffin &
R. R. shops Hutchison if you have any trunks needing repair-I I
near Turpentine men all get rich, and I St Phone 630 SOnov THE HIGH LAND East Hillf-
41200-For neat five room cottage onvEast have good turpentine business for To buy _old gold and ail- WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or ing, or lock'an key; or have you a tric car line six lots 100 ft, ir 111\
Hill. sale ch ap. 15 crops boxes plenty up stuff regardless! of dull lawn mower- needing sharpeningor $700, msi,le
rent lease or exchange. Your busIness by 137% deep, corners
11500-For six room summer home: round timber'lease on' which together CAN YOU paid. Ligntman Klein.; repairing scissors or carvers to better sit.ia-
There no
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson lots $600. are
iJttle car line. MARY? grind pistols and rifles to clean
on Bayou. near with boxes good seven yearS longer. Phone 1127. ; guns lots A. V. Clunb-
Real Estate Agent 22& W. Government lions than these
FOR RENT: Write or call and eee schedule of PAID FOR and repair? We can properly clean,
Cottage, 519 E. Gregory .. .. _.$8.00o. property. CANNOT-. Will invest $1000 to $3000 Street Room 7, Salisbury adjust and repair any make ofc type JUST' RECEiVED-Large snipment of
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DATE OF in some ligitimate, huildins. Phone 172. 23jan writer. All of these things and many imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint

# C. 'R. YAEGER T. CRAWfORD THE 4 IS business. Give! par FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75 oil others you can ,have promptly doneat galloa or larger quantity. G. :Morasso(
I TO : ., 42. care The :Journal" railroad. Address Box 712, City.: F: B. Bruce's 28 East Government. & Co., ship chandlers antf grocers Tol\

'$Q. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone'639., 315'/i South, Palafox Street ARE QUALI ,- A 29aprlw. Phone 380. 18apr2w South Palafox.r toe1o

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Her 11ia, Ger ss, 1295, Euler, Tampa Old k ; .5 :
t to So. States Ltor. Co. ,
COMMISSION BROKERS( rI r- '
| Tapton, Brit. f>s,'2300 Trattles,!Pun- .
chal to Pensacola Lbr. Co. i

i H WEST INIENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOIA, FU.i I MOBILE.. ALABAMA.MARKETS. Sailed?
Orphus :Aust ship, Medanic,:Buenos
0 Ayres. Quaker ]

i i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. i ; VESSELS IK' '9CRT.S1e.mshJ : ;

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I I Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193 Smith, New. ; : '
COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS .
Save both by conferring with us Naval Stores. port'News to H. Baars.' Rye 5' .'.'.'..
when out to 'buy REAL ESTATE. See Savannah Ga., April 30-The naval Birmingham Br. ss, 2612 BaltI- : ,.

us about some of the following: | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. f stores market closed today as follows: more, to Gulf Transit Co. I| '

Store X. DeVillier street renting 'VV.! .. a... .. .. .. .. ....5 25 Cayo Domingo, Br ss 1713, Friend, .
. '.. ..' ....5 20 Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co. : Ij
lSO) per year.. .. .. .$1500 '\'a. ... .. 4 I '
for $ i;; Reference: First National! and Banks. Chelford, Br ss, 1707 Wood, Tampl- ,
House on North "C" street, cheap Peoples Phone 1173 i> N. .. .. .. S. S3 S es .5 15 : ,

. . .. . ,$600 l\1. .. ..' :' .- __. .. ... ..5 10'K. co, to order.Haslingtori. Mellow with :
a t.House. on East Aragon S !! s street only ........................................+0........... .. .. ... .. 3. .. .. .. .C 00I Br ss 1220 Willis, years. ;, ,:

. a. . .. $650 . .. .. .. .a..4 43 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. Smooth rich and ''
98' 'acres of good ti.farming land, a H. .. ... : .0.. .. .. ..430G. Kirkstall, Br. ss, 1162, Hinde. Faro, ,. pure, delight. r

bargain: at .. .. .. ... ...$1000 -- . .. .. .. .. .. .3 90 to J. A. :Merritt & Co. I _'
Four blocks in West King Tract, F. .... _... .'- .. .. .. .3 85 Louise Ger ss 1480, Bohndorf Antwerp fullY' stimulating. (,

eaeh. . .. .. . '.. .$1000 E. .. .. .. -. .. ... 380 to J. Schreyer. .
Rlbston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson, Rio .
have numerous other D..3 75 1zi :.
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We properties
Account Mail
listed with us and it would pay Checking By C. . . .. .. .. .. .310 de Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. I Time and .
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you to consult us before making your Spirits Turpentine 64 cents., nas Vida, to, Hycr Nor ss&, Co.976, Arressen, Cardi-- money spent to !j. ,.J

investment.We are in receipt of advices from AUSLEY &-CO.'S. REPORTS Ships. j make you want-it again if you L1 > :\
Canara, Itl. ship 1495, Repetts, Genoa
Persons in small towns in the ,
the fire insurance companies represented living or countrycan Liverpool Cotton Market. to Master. 4yjA "

ifornia by conflagration us "That all will losses be promptly in Cal open a checking, as well as a savings account .v.OlosoJan.Feb Dunkirk.Ophelia Nor ship 1127 Larrsen, order once. S '. '

raid and that THEY WILL CON by mail. Such an account will give business men in Feb.-Mar. Barn. I "
Phone 16 Lewis Bear & Co. S
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UNITE TO FURNISH: ABSOLUTE M r.-April Ii;
AGAINST LOSS the country and small towns commercial April-Stay....--. 5.85 Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,: 404-408() Palafax.St. and 2-10 Main St., 1 "- _
a prestigethat
INDEMNITY BY Hay-Jan................,.......,......5.85 New Orleans to A. Zelius. '. Pensacola, Fla. 4 4,: ,
FIRE ALMOST AS THEY ONE HUNDRED HAVE DONE YEARS.FOR I ,will enhance their standing in the business : Jnne-Jaly .....'....'..;. 588 *Luisa'Ital.;, : bk. 1591, Montano' from I r . _'
July-August 587 Nolloth to master. ,
Protect your home and business 1 S August-September......... 5.83 Paalo: Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. ____ _.._,____: ,
Bgainst loss by fire-by insuring with I world.It September-October".'... 8.71 Parkrwood, Nor bk 756, L nde-
I
us. will give us -ple sure, to explain to you upon October-November, .' 6.64 guard, St. Nazaire to Orcfcr.w I Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin, ;. "

how, November-December4" ..5.62 Precursore, Ital bk. Schiaffino 1508, '
to account
ESCAMB1A REALTY CO., 1 I request open a checking savings Decic'jer-Janurj-, ... .,.5.6.2 .Genoa to Rosasco Bros. I -------- r = =- .... :I':;

by mail. : Liverpool Spots,.604. Schooners.Donna I .'
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Palafox
204/2 S. StreetTelephone "
1052. 1 I Four interest. Christina, Am sell, McLeod, I lag to be held on the same day. .
per cent compounded semiannually New York Cotton Market. 165 Car>nas! Advertisements
General State for Home Legal t"
for
agents Until the first election John II. Pace t : .'
Life Insuranc Co., of New.York. paid in bur savings department. M&j Open 11.06 11.18 High 1105 Low Close 11.18 .. shall be Presiafent! R.t'. Mitchell ,
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July 10.83 11.00 10.88 10.09 Not if as Rich as Rockefeller. Custom House, Pensacola, Fla., Col Vice President and D. R. Saunders ;
-- i iI August 10.74 10.81 10.74 10.83 If you had all the-weath of Rockefeller lector's Office, April 27, 1906. SUPPLIES Secretary-Treasurer; and John H. J' ,

iI October......10.83 10.47 10.38 10.47 the Standard Oil magnate' you FOR REVENUE VESSELS:: Pace. J. R. Saunders, R. F. Mitchell : ,
FOR SALE I December.10,38 10.49 10.37 10.33 could not buy a better medicine for Sealed proposals for supplying ship J. G. Pace and J. H. Smithwick shall "'" "

New York Spot... lL7 bowel complaint than Chamberlain's chandlery, rations, and coal to vessels constitute the Board of Directors. : tl. : .
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. Wheat. Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.''of the RevenueXJutter Service regularly VI. t 1 .

Lester Piano, mahogany fine order FIRST NATIONAL BANK I Open High: Low COM The most eminent physician can: not stationed, or temporarily, at Pen- The highest amount of indebted.' t ; : '
was $350 price now $275 used onlya May-......78* 79% 78 '-79% 'prescribe a better preparation for colic sacola, Fla., and delivered on board. ness to which the corporation can at f 7"'
few months. $10 cash balance $8 July.........._79* 9i 78Ji 70- and diarrhoea both for children said vessels at that place 'at such any time subject itself shall be One. .1- : :
I Thousand Dollars ($100000.00) :
Hundred
per month. and adults. The uniform
of !
OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Corn. success times and in such quantities as may -
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Irving handsome case was $300' Open High Low Close this remedy has chown it to be superior be required during the fiscal year ending ). C ,

now $21S; very little used. Terms $10 w. H. KSOWI.B3, Pres. W. K. Hrea,Ja., V.-Pres. and Cashier. May........... 18 tf 47 44 46tf! to all others. It never fails June 30, 1907, will be received at. m i'.
cash $6 per month. T, W. BREST: and W.N. ROBERTS: Asst.Csshjer.DiaicTOB&F. ?. _. .......6 The names andresidences and ': ;
4 8
.J1ilT I' 4d 40L and when reduced with water .nd this Office
until 2 o'clock m. of
large handsome mahoganycase C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W, H. Knowles, W. K. flyer, Jr. p. amounts subscribed for 'by each subscriber } 1 L ,. ;
Clutter D. G. Brent. New York Stock Market sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every Tuesday, May 15, 1906, at which time '
; was $400 now $335. A barg ln. Open Close family should be supplied with it.I and place they will be publicly openi i are as follows Pensacola: Fla. 10 : :'
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Pace
H ,
John ,
month. ,
Terms $15 cash $8 per Southern Pacific.,..... (WJ 64-1 Sold by all druggist. ed. Blank! forms proposals for coal,' .
M.ehlin high grade mahogany; was Copper...........,..._ 1014 lOltf ship chandlery fend rations Shares $1,000.00. '
$450 now $390; rented only few A. 8iB....... ........ 131j 133 conditions showing J. R. Saunders, Pensacola, Fla., 14 "i' ; :
to' eM 1 l If
U" as ,'firtlles of '
months; $:0 cash. $10 per month. Atcb,.,.....:..V.. 88>i 89V PALM'TREES ship Shares 100000. : "
Sterling ebony case was $350 now City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds A.E..:..?.:(.... 145. 149\!. chandlery with, and eonronntparts$ of rations R. F. Mitchell, Pensacola Fla., 10 1. '.
$120, $10 cash. $6 per month. B.R T..4'4 J7K specifications. 'may be had Shares $1,000.00. ;. 5- ', 1
Clutter large size mahogany case; B.,,& 0 .,. ior 1JKriEt. ( Mayor Bliss will receive a carloadof upon application to this Office; pro- (U. G. Pace Pensacola, Fla., 10 {1 ; .. -

used seven months, was $400 now .*,...... <0 -41 cabbage palm trees from the east posals must be' submitted on these Shares $1,000.00. n -
$275 $10 cash, $8 month. Denomination 1000.00 Each. C.]!'.I .,, ........... W/g 48 coast in a few days. He will havea forms. Separate bios' win also 'be received J H. Smithwick Pensacola! Fla., f'4 J7 '

Kimball; walnut per case, was $375 used Dated Jan., 1906. Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. U. .-,.. M'..........o83% 40% few to: dispose of. If you want at the same time anti place for 10 Shares 100000. ,
liS cash, bal U.S., preferr d..,.,.... 104% 106% some l palms see him. lubricating and illuminating oils. The Total Shares 50. $5,000.00. Ifl If'
two _years now $ $10 'Interest Payable Semi-Annually. B.8...........".. .. 25tf 27 right is reserved to reject any or all. 'IN WITNESSETH WHEREOFi i-
S ance $7 per month. L.& K.. ,. ...... 141k J434Les bids and to waive defects jf it is deemed 'The before mentioned subscribers ., '

and All we of guarantee the above them.are upright We have pianos 16 We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to M.P I.............'.:... :.......:..... 72 89% '1 91Mt1t. A swell line of Ladies'fords Ox,", for the interests of the Governmentto have hereunto signed their names. j ;
do so, and no contract will be put JOHN II. PACE, "
from $15 to $45. 50c i
pianos -
square ... received
i 110 1l0 just in force until shall I J. R. SAUNDERS (
per week; good for practice. Prior Sale, in Amount to Caa.Pu. 157X 111ON. Congress have ,
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE .T.C .. W m. Johnson & Son made an appropriation for the pur- R. F. MITCHELL, ,
134% 1
Pensacola, Fla. Suit Purchaser. F.O................... 83H 91B'D.G. % pose. John E. Stillman, Collector. J. 'G. PACE, \ ,

.,r>,.......... 120% iS FIRST, WEATHER REPORT J. H. SMITHWICK. : .
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and S Correspondence Invited. $.P ...:........... lQ3i ,164si: FROM SAN FRANCISCO ,Notice is ?
hereby given that the
log cart; good team in good condition B. .-.. 25 Z5,4 Stats of Florida, .
and working every day. Price I 8. .'i. 36tf KYa. The first weather report from San undersigned will apply to the Honorable Ebcamfcia County. .-

$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & THE PEOPLE'S' BANK OF T.C.L..t:.. 139 UOtfPonna ; Francisco since the earthquake and the Napoleon B. Broward, governorof Before the subscriber, a notary : '.
Co., Milton, Fla. 29aprlm PENSACOLA .,&.;. 138% 137% fire was received by Observer Reed Florida state of Florida at Tallahassee public in and for said State and '-, l ::
on the seventeenth day '
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L7.P
147
V- U5>4 County, personally appeared John H. 1-
jesterday. The maximum temperature of :May, A. D., 1906 for letters patent I .
:FOR SALE!-One hack; good horse was 60 degrees and the mini- I Pace, J. R. Saunders, R. F. Mitchell '
PENSACOLA, FLA. Do Not be Imposed Upon. incorporating the SOUTHERNWAREHOUSE J. G. Pace and J. H. Smithwick, ; ';:
and set of :harness. Price $225.00 irum 52 degrees. The wind however -
!Foley & Co., Chicago originated AND STORA.GECOOI.PA1y .
lApply F. B. Radcliff, 809 N. Alcaniz. was slight, only blowing at the rate known to me to be the individual
Honey Tar throat and lung under th9 following proposed .
and instrument
as a I of four miles i described in the foregoing : .
Apr29-lw. hour.
per
remedy and on account of the great charter, the original of which by said names, and acknowledged f":
FOR SALE-One large fire proof Victor Ata. SSO3. merit and popularity of IF'oley'a Honey i is now on file in the office of Secretary that they executed the foregoing : r'

safe, practically new. Double C.W. LAMAR, PreSIdent JOHN PFEIFFER. AssIiUntCaibltr.y. and Tar many Imitations are offered of State of the State of Florida. instrument for the uses and : '
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doors. Reason for selling, have a E. CLARK Vice-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier. for the genuine. These worthless imitations 'I' purposes therein set forth. :
larger one. Safe Dept., Wm. Johnson have similar sounding names. The undersigned subscribers do Given unoter: my band and seal ofi|. r
& Son. ISapr Beware of them. The genuine Foley's hereby make application for letters clal this 14th day of April, A. D..
YOU
Direct from Our to
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack Distillery patent incorporating us and our associates 1906. .Ii

WANTED-To loan money on your ,. age. Ask for it and refuse any sub-,' Saves Dealers' Profits into a corporation in accordance J. 0. WALKER ,
watches, Jewelry and personal effects. OF PfNSACOLA, FLA. stitute. It is the best remedy for Prevents Adulteration with th9 laws of Florida Notary PubliC: '
Highest cash price for old gold coughs' and colds. For sale by W. A. under the following charter: My commission expires Feb. 24 1908. '
and sliver. Lightman & Klein 106 E. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. D'Alem berte. 1. ,'
wright Phone 1127. HAYNERWHISKEY The name of the corporation"shall In County Judge's Court, EscambiaCounty i -:
CAPITAL STOCK $209,609. SURPLUS )
J60.009. be the Southern Warehouse '& Store Florida. By the County Judge -

FOR SALE-One four ton Ice machine DIRECTORS. age Company and the principal office! of said County. Whereas, John i. "

complete, running now, making Q CENTURY and place of business shall be at Pfeiffer: has applied to this Court for J1". ,

ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. Henry 1.. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawncr Pensacola Escambia County Florida. Letters of Administration cum testa. : "
Reason for selling, installing 15 ton J. M- Pfeiffer, W. 8. Rosasco, C. W. Lmar, with branc.h offices and places of mento annexo on the estate of John t f
plant :Address quick to T. W. Pace Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R.Sounder, I business at such other places as I Dunn, late of said County of scam l'
Quincy'! Fla. A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, Special to The Journal. may become necessary or convenient bia. These are, therefore, to cite and k r f..
26apr2w W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, J\enze( Oertlno.. Century, !April 30.-Nowhere, un- A FULL QUARTS!E5$3..2O for the conduct of said buS' ness.I I admonish all and singular the kindred: [:; ,..

FOR SALE-Ten new and second Alex McCowln, C. Covlnaton, M. E. Clark. less in Elysian Fields can so many *! WE PAY EXPRESS I I II. I and creditors of said deceased, to be ,

second hand office safes, different and such beautiful flowers be foundas 1 I The general nature of the businessto and appear before this Court, on or before i... i.
sizes best makes at bargain prices. Accounts of 8.nk..I Individuals, Corporations end Firms Sofloited. in Century. Mrs. Weaver's lawnis We will!tend you, In a plain sealed be transacted by the said corpora I the 8th day of lay, A. D.1S9S
aost ,beautiful. She has a large case with no marks to show contents,
Scarritt tion shall be the purchasing, leasing and file objections. if any they have -
Moreno office East
Govern
Interest Paid Time .
Four oent on BOTTLES of
per Deposits. variety of I la'Ilts. Her collection of FOUR FULL QUART otherwise lands and I aforesaid -
acquiring
ment St 24mar HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for or to the granting letters as ,
ferns is very fine, especially her $3.20 and we will pay the express riparian rights of all classes anddesoliptions otherwise the sam will be granted -
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those maiden hair. This -was taken from charres. Try H nave your doctor test ; ; to construct, purchase, as prayed. Witness my name iiI ;
wishing to make a successful run the Gilmer Hills near Fort Deposit, it.test it any way you like. If you lease or otherwise acquire warehouses County Judge of the County aforesaid, t
should supply themselves with a bottle Ala. Mrs. Willie Rice has quite a dOll't find lUll rleht and the purest ': docks, wharves, piers and I this 27th day of March, 1905.( Henry '
of PLUTO. WILL number of superb 'wood ferns. Mrs. and best whiskey you ever scales to receive from the .
Now is the season to L HILTON O EBN PBuID" T. B. S. VIOJ'PBSWU'l.B. : public ; Bellinger, County Judge.
prepare your stomach and liver .U. BUBIINFJA., sua. MANSFIELD 1I0RiNO,Asu.OURID Glover's roses, though they came tasted ship It and back to$3.20 us atourexpense public generally for storage turpentine 27maroaw6w. .

against all diseases. Pluto will do it. Citizens National Bank last, are by no means least. She has will ba promptly refunded.your rosin and all other kinds of I' "".4.5Administrator's S

For sale by all druggists and grocers, quite a variety.Mr. -' naval stores products; cotton and all Notice of Flna.l''Set-
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wholesale by Jas McHuga.IXR of Pensacola, Florida.DRCcrOp.s Lawton, the chief machinist, At onr distillery.one of classes of merchandise and per- '
tas resigned his position, his resignation the. largest; and best sonal property usually placed or tlem nt, 11ra estate of John W Fra- ; '
)
SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. to take effect 1st. Hu equipped In the world we warehouses act as ter deceased. : I
Ge. W.Wright. Morris* r. 1'.E.Welles. Biz M. Robinson. L. Hilton Gmn May of 9.51OgaDc.na stored in ; t to '
boiler. WiII sell cheap. Apply to will spend some time with his distill an of average PURE WHISKEY bailee for the owner or owners Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday
New Method Laundry. ISApril A GEHCKAL gANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED mother at'Gait. City before beginninga a day. When you of all such articles; to the 7th day of August 1906, at ,, .

:FOR SALE-95 half w_ new business. His heart is now buy HAYNER WHIS- :, charge and collect a consideration 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter ;;
mile from ft acres of land mad glad indeed!,by the visit of his KEY.it goes'direct to you for storing same ana: tOY acting as as same can be heard, I will apply to( :Y

city, northwest; 70 acrat1ber .L .. _-rzLg -: two.charmJng daughters from Gait from our distillery. thus DTs ,, bailee; to issue warehouse receiptsfor the Honorable County Judge of Es. I
land, sub soil 25 !
-j-
clay % acres 'ft
; assuring you of perfect
under cultivation, clay sub soil. 'Dr. pa-e 9 lauoqd '"Slaa.l1s ZatZuO3 pU'U VUOS'I.t.IlIL au.lo ui\ City.Master purity and savin* you thdealers' any and all property so stored cambia county, Florida for a final !,I '.
Henry Turberville is al. .HAY- and to do any and all things necessary discharge from the admmistratoa: of > : .
profits
T. A. LaFar, 518 Guillemarde St. ,aa1S xoIstd! tnnes tt 'ON-i:>WO big
:22April! 2w* 26 OuoqdaJ most well again /we are glad to say.I. HER WHISKEY is prescribed incident, convenient or profit- said estate. l J
tI1lulsp9Ja pue Misses Lottie and 'Bessie Rice have by doctors and able to the conduct of said business. HARRY L FRATBR, J '
FOR SALE-Full blood white Wyandotte 1J I 0 / 32pJquv 'JHSJWOa ''Ui3Sl just returned from a visit'to Fort used in hospitals and by half a million sat HI. AdministratorDated :

eggs Beacon of Boston strain '" nwt"l1 puw tl.litoq Deposit, They attended the memorial isfied It.customer. That's why YOU shouldtry I.I The amount of the capital stock of February 1, 190G oamfim j : I
IIt.aa
$2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine .. exercises there._ Quite a large warn ots WISEST omcx said corporation shall be Fifty Thou : '.
t" 'i'w'
cockrels ready for the yard. Address 'l..at. .g'Our 90 P .I2P.IVO:: II number of the1' citizens of !Fort Deposit THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. sand Dollars ($50,000.00). divided Into CREW NOTICE. ,

Chas. Murray DeFuniak Springs, Fla. and visit ns from ell! points on shares of One Hundred Dollars Neither the captain, owners
,4
Slmarlm \ L-- the L. & N. ,railroad for many miles ATLANTA GA.' DAYTON 0. ($100.00) each, and shall be payablein g or consignees of tjie ,1 1
LOUIS, MO. ST '.PAUL, M.NN.Orfert : '
ST
cash the call of Direc
attended the
the exercises. upon I
., British as "Tapton" will be ;
FOR SALE Nice, clean old for Ari C l.Col. Idebo Moni.KeT. .
newspapers (Mrs. Hunt is-to visit her mother I K. Ilex .Ore. Utah Wash. or most be tors. for the debts
responsible ,
at five cents a bundle. This of- For SaleFOR k. liToi: U"W foriM" >D/elPBESi PIE.
For Sale Mrs. Highnote, at Cantonment IV. .
I 1 soon. SIB of said steam- .
flee. ____ __ J-.rw- ,or to QLAa18torUt4ob7raUUTV&LPaJI.DIsrILL&ar. J'I. contracted by the crew
said shall
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__ -M-jjinnfiririnfu i rLj f'j ririjxruvFOR were slightly startled by the TROT, O. ESTABLISHED 18C6. er. (
*\R SALE .-Fine hotel site; best sit- SALE-5 room cottag on sudden) appearance of an automobiia :303, Capital_500000.00 Paid la Fun for ninety-nina ((99) years from date: JOHN TRATTLBS,. : J {
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uaticn in the city for a tourist ho- SALE.rnproied unimproved monthly payments. Newly pa'.nted on our quIet streets a few days ago. of the granting. of letters patent to Master, ':::'
tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet pro-perty"in all parts of the city. and papered. Gas and water, 1H Mr.:Blackshear, of Atmore, had been it. LUMBER CO., r :Jf! f,
deep on East Government street, over J. A. Wilson & Co., Real" Estate Agents, blocks from East Hill car line on. N. to AfcDavid''- on a fishing trip and V.- PEXSACOLA Cons'gnees.: ,
looking Seville square and Adams Room:, T; Salisbury building. Phone I, 8th ave. G. E. Bredt. 26aprlw* passed through here on his return I II The business of said corporationshall ;

street with open view of Pensacola. 172. .., : ) ,. .23jan home. We expect to see an.: automo- be conducted by 'a board to be CREW NOTICE.a ;
hay $10,000 will buy the property. : -of AUTOMOBILES. Tam agent for the bile all Century's very own on. the I Morris Dannheisser composed of not less than"three (3) Neither the Captain, own

lapr. Kokens ban Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos streets soon. : nor more than Iven' ((7) directors as cons < of thtfltal.
One new er or *gnee
FOR SALE- They cost less than ilss| Culberston sick but provided by the by-laws; a President, '
has been
from J500.00 up. Canara, will be responsible
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those ber chair, also several mirror's.Call (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) ian ship ;
Vice-President
They be Is almost recovered. a and a Stcretary-
keep can run now ,
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wishing to make a successful run or write, J,, A* BUlingsley, 14 E. horses In sand to or anywhere up. a horse can ;0. Mrs. Glover and ilrs. Winniette Pure Old Rye and! Bourbon Fine Treasurer., The directors shall be for debt contract ,
should St. 13ApriIlm ( Beer 'ana Tobacco.Hickory' ed by the crew of said vesselG.
supply themselves with a bottle Government Leslie E. Brooks. were suddenly called to Pensacola last Wines. elected annually at the meeting of REPETTO
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of PLUTO. Now is the season to the stock-holders to be held on the
IHday by the sad death of their brother
prepare SALE-Registered' Berkshire Old Whiskey MySpecialty each Consigned to Master. Mute-,
FOR of
your stomach and liver thif'd Wednesday January
:Mr. Wilson that their
Ask for SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS of city. All
against all diseases. Pluto will do It. hogs; best of breeding. LADIES friends sympathize with them in their 12 .W. Zarragossa $treat. year and the ;officers shall .be electedby ,
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For sale by all druggists and grocers catalogue. Carl SetterUnd, Chlpley, WEEK SPECIAL RATES. &Teat'grief.' PENSCAOLA. ., FLO ID.r \. the Board of Director at.'&-meet- TRY BOSSO CREAM. PHONE 132V
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: J :!I WHITE 51PO Birmingham had the RIS'harpoon 'thrown' p ['A I N PA -C T S .-. -. 'k-: ft-




into her to the tune. of U to 5 yesterday -
I by Atlanta. Shreveport is now"12
I "DUCK'r points 'behind the leaders .and the Pirates lI. a>3N .
are playing fast /ball. Yesterday
Shreveport and New Orleans battled

HPANTSOf thirteen the battle innings was called without on result.' account' When of I.-- Cleanliness is accepted as, a rule of ::

darkness tbe score stood 1 to 1. Guess
that's going some, and traveling fast '
Jacksonville retains the lead in the self in ::
;- course you'll wear; I Sallie league by a small margin. Columbia preservation every r
White Duck Pants this'L :; the tallender shutout the
season. We have them-< leaders yesterday. ; r.: r
: the better quality-for I ," <:; :u reputable brewery. 'j : ": '
$1.25 and $1.50. .
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The hot summer days STANDING AND RESULTS .' 4{' :. .,., < ,. 5F''J'11 ,' '' '. .!
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will run you into the thin' r '. -t'-t: '. ;.; _. ';,
;. nest and coolest summer' (
Southern .\\ ,I. ;
clothes-see ou' League. :

: Linen Coat Birmingham. .. .. .Won.14 Lost 3 Pet.827 AN experienced brewer' would no more Upon this issue of positive superiority '

.. ... .. :13 3 815 .
Shreveport. ; \
New Orleans.. .-. .. 9 5 644 boast of the purity of'his beer than a. we challenge all competitors.

and Pants Atlanta.. '.. .. .....:.8 7 533 '
;/, Memphis.!'! .. '., ... ,. 5 8 3Si gentleman would .brag of having washed his .4r r .

well made and thoroughly Nashville.. .. .....6 10 375 .
: shrunk for only $7.50 Montgomery. .. o.' .. 3. 11 21- ,'- face ". ". Of materials we use only the most excellent 5 -'
worth anybody's "ten Little flock.. .. ..... 2 13 133 '
spot"' t.. >Purity signifies'nothing' "more :.than: the regardless of cost. Corn, the one
I Yesterday's Result.
Atlanta 11. Birmingham' 5. .. ..;.- absence of foreign matter.. < important substitute, which, on account of kf 1
Shreveport 1, New'Orleans 1 (thirteen ;; ,
innings). .. its cheapness, has been extensively adopted J =
The John White NashvilloiMontgomery, rain. For that reason brewers who do not v -
-' never enters our brewery '
South Atlantic League. dare to test the substantial merits of beer.
? Won Lost Pet .
Store honkTetley's Jacksonville.. .. ? ..9 4 692 .
Augusta.. ? .. .. ....8 5 615 always. harp on purity. Our facilities for brewing beer are un- ,
Macon. .. .. 'o. ... .6 7 462 ... r; a. a5i

205-207 S. PALAFOX ST. I Charleston.Savannah..5. .. .. ? ..'6 8 7 38 4S 5i A really first-class beer must, however equaled. !mm! F

I Columbia.... .. ? 11..5 9 35 !#
not alone be free from self-evident defects '
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Yesterday's ReSult. ,'. Our storing capacity of 600,000 barrels a : 1
Columbia 1. Jacksonville 0. but it must combine all the positive excellencies fed' !'' t a
Charleston 11, Augusta 10. doubles any other brewery in the United

tMacon 5, -,Savannah 4. known to the science brewing. .
,' States, and enables us to store 'b
1 our eer
: Tea. Nationai League. I .
Won Lost Pct :-iTHE TRUE TEST IS ALL-ROUND from four to five months.
30c 40c 55c. a MIMM B iM MMiH B .
Half-pound New York ? .. ....13 3 81 '
Pittsburg. .. .. .... 9 5 64' QUALITY which cannot be had without r/
Three generationsof Chicago.. .. .. ....10 6 62 Facts louder than
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Philadelphia .. .. ... 8 8 60( SUPERIOR .MATERIALS, PERFECT speak words. $ < '
success. Boston.. ._ .... .... 1 8 46
St. Louis'6- 7 46Cncinnati 2 TREATMENT and AMPLE STORING Publicity is the demand of the day. '
Joseph Tetley & Co. : ? .. .. 6 13 31
I Brooklyn. .. ..... 4 12 2a CAPACITY.
London, England. The consumer is entitled to the truth. '

Yesterday's Result. -
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Philadelphia 6, Brooklyn 2. 1 '
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E. L. REESE J. MENDEL New York 8. Boston 2. t 1
Pittsburg 3. Cincinnati' 2. ,

Reese & Mendel, St. Louis-Chicago-, rain. Anheuser-Busch. Brewing Ass'n

The Home Tailors, American_ League. :. *
s Won Lost Pct St. Louis, U. S. A. '';
Philadelphia.. .. ..8 5 61 ;
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Buildersof Chicago. ? .. ......6 4 60(0 : :-.10 i Largest. Brewers *" '4 :I
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Cleveland.. ... ? .,...7 5 58 3:
St. Louis.. ... .. ...,..6 7 46: ...;.... -
Washington' .. .. ..6 7 46: .
p Detroit ....' .. .. ..6 7 46! .. ., ,. ',\''
Boston. .. .. .. ....6 7 46: I ,. .' { ; k1L
New York..5 8 38; I ,
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Philadelphia 6, Washington 3.
(Boston 13. New York 3. 4
Cleveland 4, St. Louis 3.
Detroit 2, Chicago 1. f ..
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Called Home. I h" '- -- ------ '

r Manager Durrett, who refused to [ H
Clothes. recognize a suspension of him made I NOTICE
'1 f by President William Kavanaugh of REAL E ESTATE T[ $6,700,000 Dividends
the Southern league has been called The Woolley Sanatorium,the only in- FULL
I New and up-to-date r.ne ol Spring home by the Montgomery club owners stitute in-the United States where th$ e
and Summer Suitings and Trouser for an explanation. Mullaney, the Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habits to Policy Holders.I I
lugs. first baseman has been appointed temporary N l can be cured without /exposure,' and
Sulfs' to TRANSFERSFollowing with so much ease for the'patient. Only ElPRESs.I (
; from $17.50 $50.00. manager of the Montgomery I This amount paid in dividends to Equitable policy hold
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 30 days' time required. Describe ..I PREPAID
team, pending the disposition of Durrett's ers in 1905, which is the largest amount ever paid in div- ?
Join our'Gentlemen's Suit Cluo case. your case and I will write you an
idends in any year by any life assurance company.
Costs only $1.50 per month for pres"trig of opinion as to what I can accomplish
is the deeds recorded While you have health, you should apply for assurance-
and small repairs. 'for you. Ask your family physicianto
Pensacola! ; 7, Barrancas 4.Pensacola yesterday reported by the tomorrow may be too late.
'Dyeing and Cleaning of men's anaoIXlen's I investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley 104
Clothes a specialty. evened things up Sunday Pensacola Abstract Co.: N. Pryor Street Atlanta Ga.
'Glve-us a triaL We will appreciate I by> defeating Barrancas. It looked I Isam Van to Mitchell Jacoby,;; lot 24 Insurance: Ilnowles G n'l A tJ
your business. like a whUwash for Barrancas. Switzer in block 86 E. King Tract, WItot,.:Tarragona Fire Life.Neeeelee D. Pensacola .

PANAMA HAfTS CLEANED AND ; had them at his mercy all through St., $500 and pheronsiaerations. ..
Tetley'sThe *"'- -- -- -eniz:1. =-} Ii'Y':: '
the the .. '' JI
: game but in eighth inning the oz
BLOCKED. boys behind him played loose ball and J. J. McCastle to Ada S. Johnson, h5 ,
BEESE-MEND TAILORING CO.. allowed Barrancas four runs. Switzer lots 1 to 10, inclusive, block 33 ol the tt DELIVERED fOR
Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. I E. King Tract, $1000 and other con
was determined to allow them .
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--:0--' --- I I any more runs so the'g me closed In siderations. FEN64COLA. eee0eeee00eeN.. rs
favor of Pensacola. !Score of 7 to 4. D. Hale Wilson to A. V. Clubbs, E. i' : 12%?
t tI -- Today the same teams will play at % of block 234, New City $1400. Iron Works
I The for Tet Supply Co.
taste # and
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Palmetto Beach using! the best mater. Cbas: Kruger to Louis N. Strick- I
I- a ct ial in Pensacola. Switzer will do the land, lot 1 in block 4, town of Century Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, d CHAS. BLUM &CO
i twirling again for the home boys. $1100. t FORGINGS, MILL AND!
Play Executors of Wm. Fisher to John ley's is the most cut STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP 0 017 AND 519 WEST BAY ST*
will start at 3:30. X REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.
Prompt attention
Holley, lot 24, block 126 E. King Trt., day or 'night. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s given celebrated to all Log orders 0 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Sore Nipples.A E. of. Tarragona St., $60.A. tured taste in tea. t Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123 Resit 4t i I II
be ; V Plnhhs tn D Hale Wilson.' 11.\\1' dence phone 1029.. P. _0.. .Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. t ... .,, I
cure may effected, by applying lAi block 139, X'ew .City Tract, $1!!; .eoNeNeeae o e "ooeooaa eNreeaNN' -1Crd1GAflim UH""fiiio A. .eo I
Neeotaeeomae i
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the and other considerations..,
child is done nursing. Wipe it off Chas. Kruger to R. C. Caldwell andC. 1 Florida and Alabama I TUESDAY, MAY 1st
with a soft'cloth before allowing the E. Merritt, W. 5-i 1-3 ft lot 11, Old ELECTRIC PARK
child to nurse. Many trained nurses City $1000 and other considerations.J, LAND COMPANYManufacturers ANONeeeee"Weee ee1ee11010Nee0eNNleNeeOeee4/ GIVEN BY
use this salve with the best results. Recorded April 28. '( j t
Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all Jno. Nicholas to W. T. McGulre. RATHBONE SISTER
druggists. lots 14 and 15 in block 113 of the Max- and Dealers of PENSACOLA TEMPLE No. 14.

G. A. R. Meeting.W. ent tions.Tract, $1 and other considera. LUMBER GLES AND SAWED KILN-DRIED CYPRESS in SAP."There's SHIN. I.tHat Water, Hot iprings. ii i Peanut Hunt, Baby ShowAND

: T.. Sherman Post No. 21, G. A. G. W. Gonzalez to Irene Gonzalezlots I PLENTY OF SPORTS FOR
iJ 1 J ,! R. will hav.e-a meeting' this after. ,4, 5 and 6, block 40, New City i Thousands of i: THE CHILDREN.
people to Hot ,
'noon at 2'o'clock at BuUard's on East Tract, $1 and other considerations.Emma go Springs each year for o I' DANCING FROM 5 TO 12.
!1 Intena'mcia! :street S. Mitchell and 'husband, W. a Time and i the ibaths-hot water. : SPORTS BEGIN AT 2 P. M.

All comrade .are requested to at- H. Mitchell to Mamie E. Board lots
tend as a matter.of importanca is to 6, 7. 8, 9 and 10 in block 267, New Place for Everything"Now's BASEBALL GAME
I Bathe in M
1L&LJ 'come before the nt eting. City, $375. .' Water af Home. I Between Local and Barrancas Teams
'J.JC.' FETTERSON Jos. 'Ol1in-er -to Frank B. Lee E. at 3:30 p. m.
A. T: CASWELL' Commander. 60 ft of the W. 90 ft. of iQts 1*' 2. 3 the -Time, j It's always ready if you have a hot heater In your home. 1. I Beginning at 2 o'clock, there will be
Adjutant. and 4, block 60, W. King Tract $150. Turn a tap, strike a match and the water's ready by the 4: a half hour schedule. Late dummy
MOULDED TROUSERS: Constantine Apostle to.J.. E. Dubin- 6 time you are.Pensacola. both ways.
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CAN YOU VOTE IN THE PRIMARY son and M.A.. Dublnaon, beginning at JOE COLEMAN'Sthe 4 Prize'f'Jf the most Popular Canal-
? ARE YOUR POLL TAXES corner of lot ,Z18, block 32, Old City, I date.
&5 Although ready-to-wear, ar. .PAID FOR" 1905 IF NOT YOU thence running E. along' Romana St. I j Admission 25c; children lOc.
I custom made In everything except CANNOT VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE 50 ft., thence N. 104 ft; thence .running placeand | Gas Company .
W. Manresa : thence -- --
being cut to individual OF YOUR CHOICE. MAY to St. 50 ft
but any trousers of THE 4 IS THE LAST DAY FOR YOU S. 104 ft. to point of vbegimng $1.00 e Directory
measure; % everything to wear for man and( | Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden; Professional
..' this make In your size will fit TO QUALIFY ONLY 900 VOTERS, and other consideration. I boy can be found there at prices that Street. / -,
: as'If made especially for you. ARE QUALIFIED Its THE COUNTY Frank Lee to Escambla R(ver Co. defy all competitors. ;eeN'e1Ne10 t'0.0.904N.eeOeeNNebNNeNeeNe. -
In this< collection you will find : .W. 90 ft. of lots 1 to 4 inclusive. in -.....--- N_. THOS. PEBLEY,
I1, conservative and extreme cuts TRY BOSSO'S. CREAM PHONE, 1326 block 60 of teh W. King Tjact! $tOO Just a Few More leftof ;, LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
[made of finest patterned wors- I and other considerations. those $5.00 Panamas and an abundance COLLECTIONS-
teds and cassimeres, $3.00 to i iI of straw hats at from 75c up, BENEFIT PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
5.50 per pair. $100.00 I : REWARD i It Is Dangerous to Neslcet'a: Cold. Including the celebrated'Knox". ati! THE TO THE HOUSE PHONE 553.T. .
How often do hearit j'emarked ,1' '
; White and Fancy Washable we ; ; 54.00. I
Vests the.'new'' styles and pat. $100.00 reward will be paid for the I "It's only a cold," and a few days later DEPENDS ON THE PAINT,
terns. 1.00 to $2.50. arrest and delivery to the sheriff of learn that the man is/on hip back SERGE COATSSingle
Walton county;:'cne: Charlie Renols' with pneumonia< ; Thlg #Js 'of such and double breast, for summer If you use Stag paint you will find it covers the surface G YATES M D
a negro. Description' Height" 5 feet common:occurrence that'a cold; b.ow'ever :wear at'summer prices, and a special! easily and smoothly gives the best and furnishes ,,
10 or 11 Inches; weight about 160 or slight, should not .e, disregar ply; fine line of Sicilian and Silk Alna.j l a most excellent covering appearance OPTICIAFJ
at coatPaint
170 pounds; ;bright mulatto with medium ed. Chamberlain's Cough /Remedy 'cas from' $3.50 to $10.: 'J! the house this spring a reasonable :
H. O. ANSON large eyes; Has scar on '''upper counteracts any tendency ot'a-cold to Mail orders filled promptly and sat and
lip to the right\ of nose and when last result in pneumonia and has gained isfactlon guaranteed. i ware.Saunders. cement -
seen he wore a blue faded Jumper, its great oppuiarity and 'extensive ..
CASH CLOTHIER overalls a_gray cap a new pair of No sale by .Us prompt cures of/this most I I. WM. D. HOWE,
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':' 5 fine sharp toed shoes., Reward to common ailment. It always cures JOS COLEMAN Mill Company ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Corner Palafoi and Main be paid, by J. A. Rjchbourg & Co. and is pleasant to'takC.' ,"For{sale'by I, Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. LAW

I .Crestview..F1&J all druggists. : 212 S. PALAFOX. ,- .- .. ._ ..
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