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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 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL. IX NO. 105. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA -WEDNESDAY CORNING t'' MAY, 2, 1906.. PRICES CENTS _? '<.ir >:- 1.1 ': .




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COTTON INTERESTS I I DECISIVE[ I I [ VOTE[ ## a'HOMELESS i--WELL* PROVIDED ARE*' *, 'NOW*' 1'"FOR.'l f*r THOU5AN5 U N S SC 0 JUDGE J. B. VI HITFIEID ?' rt//, I



MEET AND ORGANIZEFirst # Associated-- Press. ** ANSWERS BE ARD'S \. ; : : 5! .
By
it CHARGE -
'*., San Francisco, May 1.-Fort .: "... I
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IN f FAVOR O OF f fI the first time since th3 earthquake ON 5TAIKE[ -' ,J,- _, .' '.

*' and fire, the street lights fcH ,.. -,+,. 1',>k"t .
beamed through the black man- & Est ; "

First 1 Conference ol CONFIRM' [ T I I'i':' tie last night. Street car ser- [ Did Not Consult Governor About ..Il ;i-r; --,
DET I fr vice is being extended as rapidly ij QUIET PREVAIEJ r [ ,

Producers and ManufacturersNow SEEDS[[ *' ] as gangs of men can clear ft MAYDAY r the Wailes Commission ,rN 'r F 1 :

& the streets of debris ana1: replace -' S ..- ':)"f 1' ,

in Session. & the twisted rails. i Opinion in 1903. :::>, 1: '1
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7: Last night was the warmest ,
Of f FATHER T [ r #: since the thousands have been IN MINING ,2t F

Annual Congressional DistributionWill # compelled to camp in the open. & Traffic of the Great Lakes Practi
TRADE PROBLEMS ;'.'- In nearly all the parks and INJUSTICE IS DONE ;Y
# squares the homeless are now ,
Continue-Nothing Ac- fr quite well provided: with warm i! cally Tied Up by Labor '. t.>. L \ >
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GAPON # 'bedding and are comfortably DISTRICT T I T TNo d', : .i','<'!'::

complished by Senate. # housed in tents, but the food $ Troubles.

Considered With View of Sustaining question is causing the authorities !- Mr. Beard's Charge is Directly Denied J Jl

& much anxiety. : ;

Price of Staple. CONSIDERABLE, DIFFERENCE OF EC NUMEROUS; STRIKES REPORTED by Supreme Court Justice. '-..r ;:, ::"
Although Strong Denials are Made 1 fl1H Disturbances at Mount Carmel
CASE 'iN e :
OPINION IN SMOOT ,, NEW ENGLAND STATES- li :1

PERMANENT ORGANIZATION EF Belief Exists that He Was Executed WHICH WAS CONSIDERED' BY SOCIALISTS'' CELEBRATE lr Following Riot and Shootingon JUDGE WHITFIELD'S OPINION"j" :, !!;.


FECTED,BY ELECTION OF JAMES b by Y ReYaiut[ 'onlsts. SENATE COMMITTEE YESTER VIOLENT[ SCENES[N[ 'NEW YORK-THREE, THOUSAND Monday' WAS NOT INFLUENCED IN ANY -,it- rt.';".'. ,

R. MACCOLL CHAIRMAN. AN!> ,DAY-NO INTIMATION AS TO LONGSHOREMEN LEAVE WAY BY APPOINTMENT. AS ATTORNEY 1 '; v' .
Associated Press. ,1'" .OJ
By
I By Associated Press. ,
1.--'Strong de GUILT OR INNOCENCE.By THEIR WORK IN CHICAGO. GENERAL AND HE h: ';t
FIRST VICE (St. Petersburg May
JORDAN
HARVIE Mount Carmel, Pa., May 1.-.Atso- .

PRESIDENT-EfFORT MADE TC nials have are knowledge made by of those the ,supposed facts, tha to IN CITY OF f lute quiet prevails here this mornin; ASKS FOR STATEMENT OF !1! :;:::..;;.

killed A letter following the shooting of a number of i..
HARMONIZE THE DIFFERENT Father Gapon has been" Associated Press I By Associated; Presl. foreign United Mine Workers by ;a FACTS. -.1' :, .;
been receiveo ,1
signed "Prfncfa"( has Washington, May 1.-By a vote of Cleveland] O., May: .While thg< detachment of state constabulary yesterday : .,".' .
INTERESTS. by a prominent official,within an 153 to 58 the House to-day decided to strike of the mates, longshoremenand None of the victims is dead, ,:j : ; '
pouncing that the 'writer ,will continue the free distribution of all union workers along the i -
r PAR I but four are thought to be fatally in- :
a few days, send important duct The :following letter from Tuds e ; ? '.
garden and flower seeds. 0 great lakes'seemed complete today *
lured Lieutenant Smith and his ,
inenbs disproving the death of J. B. Whitfleld, candidate for reelection : I.
Many items in the agricultural and while the strikers assumed that
Associated Press. additional confirmai troopers are at the Sayer colliery and to the supreme court, is self ex- .
By f; ;
Gaponi. iHowewer
till, ''broadening the scope of the the struggled would soon be ended -1
Washington, May 1.-The first, in tion Pas been received of the truth of; Sheriff Joseph Sharpless telephoned planatory: : r rt "
I bureau of chemistry were eliminated bthe surrenater' of their former employers .
the lieutenant from Shamokin earl :
ternational conference of the cotton .I the story of the execution. It iscopy a ; Judge Whitfield's Letter. ,:,,_
growers and manufacturers began 4'' of the sentence of death passed on relating points of to the orater adulteration, particularlythose of Thousands of f Troops Controlled longed ,and indications bitter struggle.denote a pro today not to enter here with his men Tallahassee, Fla., April 3v), 1906. i' ,.
session here today. Repre workmen's tri as their appearance would likely cause< Editor Pensacola] Journal: ',4'. ,
two days the revolutionary
I by food, condiments, drugs and bever Several thousand men are idle ,
sented were the American Cottoi tunal and was mailed to Gapon'! Situation in the Laboring Dis- here while in the harbor are a dozenor another outbreak. !Burgess P. Enmai: Information reaches me that Mr. .q:. '{ .
'Manufacturers Association, the National -Ilawye'rs. The document gave the details ages. the and his subordinates patrol the street! John S. Beard of Pensacola, is pub- ,'h '. .v
Some made on carriers, carrying
was more big ore a
,Association of Manufacturers,I of Gapon's offense and close I progress tricts With and the foreigners who are keeping, iicly charging that in return for the
bill after the seed proposition was Difficulty hundred thousand tons of cargo '
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within their homes promise the burgess appointment: as Attorney General I F
Census Bureau, the< laconic phraue, "Sentence
the United States with the
cut of the way and the bill will be which could not be unloaded.
Department of Agriculture, the Southern -I has been executed.." completed to-morrow. -,a-,- Advices from, all,Jower lake points as well as their leaders to keep gave the governor an opinion as to .;, ;",
from the if the character of the commission
Cotton Association, the Nationa By Associated Press. indicate similar conditions and thetieup away troopers even they; ,
dreaded should enter the borough. The sher given to Col. S. I. Wailes in 1879, '
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Association of Cotton Manufacturer; NOTHING ,ACCOMPLISHED Paris, May 1.-The long is most complete.
(formerly New England Cotton Manufacturers MILL MANBADLY IN THE SENATE May Day failed to ,bring the revolution iff is confident there will be no further and I respectfuly ask if you will

Association), National Gin which inflamatory journals predicted NUMEROUS STRIKES'IN trouble. He denied that he ordered kindly in justice to me publish a 3- -:.; '
New York and New HURT ," but nevertheless, broughtscenes the troops to keep on firing? ,letter from me giving the facts? The "
ners ,Association, Washington, May 1. The senate NEW ENGLAND '.
the second the facts are as follows: -< : :
Orleans Cotton Exchanges, Interna ate today had an extended discus- of extreme violence! in the during fight until '
streets cleared of H i On January 1, 1903, very much to --y ;
thousands
foreigners. <
labor districts, which the were i'
tional Federation of Master Cotto; to'The sion on the railroad rate bill! by Sen- Boston, Mass.:, ray 1.May Day --{ ,
Journal.
Association Special : of troops controlled with difficulty, said that he was doing his duty ac my surprise the governor tenderedme J.
Spinners and Manufacturers ator Daniel, explanation of the status marked strikes in
was by numerous I
,( 1. iMr.: C.' H. Butler the appointment of Attorney-Gen :
Kneads
May
the to law and would if
and the Farmers Educational an-J of the appropriation for the reliefof and even the central portions of New England. The majority of the cording more I
of Sneads was seriously hurt at his city took on an sage, serious' rioting occurred, no tim era!. I had the matter under advisement i 't "
appearance
sufferers and controversy Jose
Co-operative Union. I California a difficulties were confined to the .
mill .six miles north of, here,. while I for several weeks and ;
Infantry in Governor tc
with regiments. of cavalry and asking Pennypacker I
Permanent organization was effect-I as to the propriety.of.accepting building trades. Strikes of carpen- k
-circular saw. The emery I finally on the morning of February .
working< about business and tanking cen- send state guardsmen here. ;
James R. without reference to a committee a the
ed, by thcrc.hoice'of ters occurred Lawrence and
and knocked .one! of his; : 28, 1903, I took charge of the Attor i4neygeneral's
I wheel broke ters and-railway statibns. The 'main Sheriff Sharpless is indignant with] '
as chairman; who is president of the resolution tendering the thanks of vicinity and in other places. The -:--t. '
eyes out, cut his mouth ana broke residence thoroughfares remained the High, Valley Coal Company for office. ,
National Association Cotton Manufaccurers. 1 I congress to General Horace !Porter Lawrence men, about, 1,000 in num. I that several "
Harvie Jordan, president ofl; :the bones of his chin.He. and his .for service In recovering the bomy of quiet. ber demand an eight-hour day at a what he stated is the "high-handec During day among F' -
the Southern Cotton Association was : 'wife and Dr. P. B. Wilson, a well i I Admiral Paul Jones. (Toward nightfall the cavalry wag of $3. In Lynn about 200 ma- manner in which they attempted tc I written requests for opinions sent to
known physician, went to New charged with drawn swords and place the state constabulary at wort me by the governor as was his right ,
elected first vice president. Nothing was settled in any of chinists who desire a nine-hour day !
Trade Problems. I Orleans, La., where' be will be these discussions.OPINIONS many were wounded on both sid? with a half holiday Saturday are to guard their Saye!"' colliery work I and delivered to me by his private '
I treated. The manifestants, overthrew omni- 'idle] number of men." The sheriff said that if he secretary, was one asking an opinion ;
President Maccoll opened the proIceedings i anof( a carpenters !as to the character of the commission ,.-
DIFFER IN busses and threw up hasty barri- and had anticipated any trouble, he would
by enumerating the problems; I ; painters ,plumbers are also out. : issued ''by the to Col.
governor
confrcixing the trade, among which: WRECK ON.L. & N. SENATOR SMOOT'S CASE cades. More than one thousand arrests : Conditions. are unsettled in ''the Cap have called for state guardsmen as I S. I. Wailes. ; ; ,
were made. I district, in the Black-! their appearance would not have been
of of /nn granite
were the question ample supply ..demonstration'' The opinion asked for was sent to : ','.
; 1.-Differences At no time did the stone Valley and Fall River build so objectionble to the miners, especially .
Washington May
cotton for the world's needs, stabilityof NEAR MONROE!: the governor in due course on March. :'. ". ,
of based constitutionalquestions reach the magnitude of a revolt, but and In several branches to the foreign element. Fol ;
prices, speculation, better handlingof opinion, upon ing trades 3, 1903, as is to the effect that I .
cotton and accuracy of government caused an aajournmenttntil I rather a leaderless mixed tumult in of the building trades in other lowing the return to camp of Lieutenant Chapter 3030 Acts of 1877 under .
,
American Associated Press. 'Friday of a meeting of th3 which a serious struggle for princi-' places. In Boston, while there was Smith's command, followed the I did ,:. :' reports. He said By which the appointment wai',made
turers don't want to see manufac'l I Monroe, Ala., May 1.A rear end Senate committee: on privileges! : ani' [Vie] was hopelessly mixed with violent no general disturbance, several two: battles, three of his men 'who!pot authorize the governor to fix the ..'. ..

cotton which would be collision on the M. & :1. division of ejections, which considered the easel agitators, anarchists, roughs :sinall strikes occurredt'but' the num- had been badly clubbed about the body compensation of the person appointed ,. ..
and large number of the curious. i I II II ;
to the growers who are entitled to a I I the L. & N. about one mile south of! of Senator Smoot to-day. The question ,I a ber of men idle hereon account of !became seriously ill and were remov under said act and that in the : ;'

fair, and ample profit, and felt economy here today wrecked an engine and of importance was whether it May Day Observed. ,']labor disputes is not great. ed to the Pottsville hospital. absence of a law authorizing the ;,

should be practiced and improvementsmade I several cars and caused a delay of would] be a proper proceeding to expel -I I governor to fix such compensation ..'
May Day and Dewey Day was '
generally
the Utah Senator, which would re- May Day in New York.
The ] the could do
engineof legislature '
in the methods of growing the several hours to traffic. i only so.
quire a two-thirds vote, or exclude observed here yesterday by New York, May 1.-Under the aus- SHRINERS WILL
The matter was referred to the legislature ,
train turned completely
staple that the price might be reduced the second was .,the closing] of practically all the business !-
without reducing the margin of over, two cars of beer were (Continued on Page Eight) I II houses at 1 p. m. (Continued on Page Eight) : 'i and I had no part in its ad i;
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profit. smashed, and several other cars bad I GO TO MOBILE justment.The

Representative Livingston, of Geor ly damaged. All of the trainmen 1 governor never at any time t

gia, took exception to Maccoll's: open- escaped without injury.RATHBONE 1"i directly or Indirectly mentioned the
Ing remarks, saying they were unfairto %Vs A delegation of members of Morocco matter to me until I gave him the .
HELP! Temple] Mystic Shriners of this opinion four days after I became : :
southern If manufacturers
growers. I SISTERS social session of AttornepGeneral I feel euro .r
city will attend a I you
would explain the cost of manu '
'I Shriners In Mobile Wednesday will, see that justice is done me. ;" -
facture and the commercial and financial PICNIC SUCCESS night. The Shriners of Alabama I, Very sincerely] yours, .. '; ("
antagonism between the spinnerand
will be there in full force and the J B. WHITFfflLD. rl i '
producer, the growers would show :; ;
twenty or more novices will get what .
their hand and to a farthing whatit TT .
say
The picnic yesterday at Palmetto
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ir. coming to them during the ceremonies '
costs to make cotton. .teach, under the auspices of PensatoTa ; Ayp, Thursday. Sand of a special SUMMARY OF. i 1'

Cotton Consumption.Mr. 'Temple No.14, Rathbone Sisters degree has (been secured for the pur- :
Jordan called upon the spinnersto was a decided success In every way lose of having the novices trot over r '

say what the consumption of cot. The members of the' commitee who to the tune of "They are after me.:'I THE WEATHER }. ; {

ton would be for the present year, but had charge of the affair deserve The Hot Sands running race is a I I .' ,
none could answer. It was suggested credit for their untiring labors. special feature with the Shriners and t

that the question could not be answered Bn the afternoon, there were gamesof ( the candidates are made to go the I The maximum temperature yesterday .
as the mills consume a differ all kinds for the old and young, route. I was 79 degrees at 12 n. and the a 1 '

ent quantity each year, according to baseball, foot races and the like. One ti'r The following will go from Pensa, minimum 69 at 6 a. m. '

the goods made. The trade varied of the most entertaining! and pleasing cola, leaving to-day at 11:55: a. m.: I In his summary of the weather yesterday :

much Messrs. Macalister and Gregg, performances was the baby show. .C Dr. D. W. McMillan, 'B. Forbes, Observer Reed said: : !

of England, entertained similar In tha contest for babis under one- William Daily, C. McKenzie Oerting, I "The pressure is high from the lake f> '

Harvie Jordan presided over view's'l >ear old, the infant*of Mrs. Sears ? \ W. A. Gahlenback.] Frank Mariner, region southward to Cuba, in Wyom j
ternoon session, and won the first prize, and the daughter ; ? 1.c Sam Rousenau, Sinr:>son Reese, Dr. ing and aloffg] the Pacific coast; a disturbance .

meeting on the cotton industry gen of Arthur Wrighton- captured the a\. y Chas. L. Sntth, J. ''E. Watson, T. A.i of moderate strength now ap j.,
erally. He said the interests of spin second: ,prize. In th< three old entry r Jennings, Isadore Fri :l'man' W. II pears in the Missouri valley. Showers ,

ners and growers were Intimate and list the Infant daughter of Mrs. ferw Needham. E. E. Reese, Geo. s'l have been quite general since 1p.

whatever affected one affected the Thomas Harris was awarded first Walker, P. Ringgold, J. T. Kerry, :\ ., m. Monday in the Dakotas, Minnesota -
other. The two had been strangerstoo honors and the daughter of }lr:;. I E. Roger-on. I Nebraska, Iowa Illinois, Missouri ,

loud; Speculation affected both John Welsh the eecond prize. I)1P. ) and Arkansas and coastward to the :."

disastrously. If, through co-operation Prizes for the most popular mar- middle Atlantic coast, attended in 'I' :,
rietf and single ladies were awarded. SECOND HAGUE .
the future price of cotton can be main- '. /Y many localities ""by thunderstorms. '
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tained on a fair basis, showing' a fair Mrs. Henry Horsier was an easy victor Very little clear weather is reported. i
in the former and Miss Virginia NI.)
profit to the grower and the spinner, r CONFERENCEEy Temperatures have fallen decidedly f ..
Phillips was voted the most popular 1 J
the south was prepared to guaranteethe u' In western portions of Nebraska and < ,
s'ngle: lady on the ground. Henry .
production of a sufficient quantity Kansas resulting from the southeasti i
!Horsier won in a 'walk for the most
of American cotton to supply every r Associated Press. erly; movement of a "high" to Wyoming ;
demand.Oa popular gentleman.The : I May 1.Correspond'nce it is also '
Washington ; cooler in the lake region

the question of labor Mr. Jordan I was awarded prize forth Miss, Margaret best lady Wrighton dancer- 1"I ... A pEAP ._.. -- 1R ..I ? so far exchanged relative: to the! and upper Ohio valley, and much .i I
said labor heretofore employed in the I date for holding the second; Hague warmer over Missouri, Maine and .'
and the gentleman's !prize was !
south was moving to industrial centers conference, indicates that the meeting northeastern Washington; the t em- ,
by John Stenson.
where better wages were paid, captured One of the largest crowd that i, H-/hA k' i will be postponed until next spring perature at Kansas City at 7 a. m. was :: '
suit the convenience of the Netherlands B6 degrees that hour in Yellowstone .
but maintained that no foreign labor entered PalmettoBeach parkvas to ; at '"
ever 1(4w ( as well as of other Park It registered 24 degrees. ;
could be brought in which would workas at the picnic. I government -
I 'There' has been no appreciates ?t-i:
cheap as negro farm labor.: He II I powers.
rainfall in the west Gulf states, and '
touched also upon speculation, which COUNT WITTE IS' VERY I t k.
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PRESIDENT PITT RETURNS conditions are favorable for partly i
should be
restricted by law. 'ANXIOUS TO RESIGN t:
s I FROM CALIFORNIAPresident cloudy weather over this vicinity tonight .* 1'Finds. : f.
and Wednesday. with tfght west ; :,'; ;
St. Petersburg May 1.-An author- I 1.
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I WALKER\ NOW "tADOf native statement to the Associated Pitt, of the Pensacola ." ;l;
Water Company has returned from
that I
The
to says eaiper-
Press -a'ay .
1 San Diego, California where he DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE .
have decided to accept Premier .
THE SEABOARD or may Witte's resignation, 'but _until' f,->.. pent some time. Mr. Pitt was in REPRESENTATIVE HER| '.,:'- ,r- -
the California city at the time the -
announced in.the Official! -
he fact is .
; earthquake struck San Francisco. He Edwin M. Blake, special agent of j
Is certain.
Messenger nothing : btates that a slight shock was felt he; Bureau of Labor of the Depart. .
to he isworn
By Associated
PressNorfolk as
Wltte desires go
oust ment of and Labor fej In
little Commerce
there but that the people paid
May l.-tVlfred ..
Walker to- out with the struggle. .
Mr. Blake is In Florida .
ittenion to it, as former shocks had he city. se .
i ay assumed his official duties as president Nevertheless, the situation at palace been felt in ,San Diego. Mr. Pitt 'curing statistical Information for the
of the Seaboard Air Line rail- changes rapidly. JL few hours .,
I states that California Is all right for government concerning labor maters
road, succeeding J. M. Barr. He announced may see the official ;promulgation: ofritte's RUSSIAN, I those that like it, but that Peusacolais such as lockouts walkouts :
that he had no idea of mak- resignation 'or-tl' $ dismissal STARVATION' WORSE-PROPOSITION: TO TACKLE THAN THE .. enough for hi i. i 8 c, lie will b t b.or.t tod j-S. ,:

Ug. any changes at present i 04 Minister. ,' Durnoso ,News Item Help for the suxviag. "Ja.nanese.is still needed. '. 'good :;0ft
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MEET'NG' THE.' Commonly Blood' cause. pimples. Humors boils lives, ,eczema,, : C Csalt LNDiDkTE ,: I IN S _, ,, PECENT E [ C-HAN N SES E EIN WORKINGWOMEr,


or trheum. or some:Other form of eruption Arelay

t indicated; but sometimes by feelings they of exist weakness in the languor.system DEMOCRATICPRIM&RY[ n 1 L- .. Cfaptw A Ti T [ U 9 S. ThelrHard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting Stat

TECHERSTI loss of appetite or,general debility,irithoui Shrank '

cansfoe any breaking: out.'Hood's Quarter ine'ots 'by ,a Young Lady in Boston
SarsapaHOa expels them renovates 9- SizeARROW -
and One in
I strengthens and tones the whole system. S Nashville Tenn.

This is the testimony of thousands annually. I

: MUSC GEE Hood's Sarsaparilla & 15 Cents each 2 lor 25 Cents N NAVY -.-- _


Is peculiar; to itself.; Accept no substitute; CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.
Jfattfl/ Owrt and J(*areA Ehirgz.'S -3 :: -:: '-
but insist on having Hood's and get it today. ', _
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; Organization, Effected and Many LiQuid or tablets. 130: Doses( One Dollar. Complete Ust of Aspirants for Changes in Service Announcedby t 4: I '


; !Important Matters Dis :i Tetley'sI Various Political Offices ,LA RAT. and the Department at .5-

cussed. \ this Year. ,A BABY Washington.Special :'; :

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Rid fOur house of rats, keep
baby from harm.Stearns' :-. .
issued z -
Jn Invitation i'-- _=
the
response to -
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to The Journal. 7S ; is.,
: sometime since by Prof. Jas. H. Finch or of the ElectricRatandRoachPasle -1al:15: T.r? 't S.----
Following is list : (
a complete Washington D. C., May 1.-The following S'r
g, a number of the teachers of this county i b
taet at Muscogee" Friday. April 21. has' a hold : candidates qualified to enter the Democratic l orders to naval officers have '5 \\
upon 1' will Quickly exterminate raw and 5
; for the purpose of organizing a per primary on May 15: mice. They eat it and rush out Just been issued by the department: '

manent teachers county association Representative in Congress, 3rd Dis of the house to die. Captains. R. Couden, detached t' ; : ,

L1 The following teachers were in attendance the fin:r tastes tri ct. 2fl.bar,25c;total slzi,16 az.$1.00 duty as Inspector ot ordnance, at New \ J,, I
teat
:- Prots. Jas. M. Tate. S. R. &hlent'J1fll.relor exprenprvixaioartcElpt 1'
William B. Lamar. ol price, money back York and ordered to command the
frI Tate Alex Parker, I. E. Allen, J.,Maddox u mails. '
Jas. H. Finch; Misses Laura Bow It never lets go. Jefferson D. Stephens. ( J attAR IS' ELECTRIC! PASTE CO., Louisiana; K. Kiles ordered to dutyas -
inspector- ordnance at New York.
Railroad Commissioner. cmcuo.tn.u.s.A.Florida I
man, Ola Mullins, Elsie Nipe. Mary k2
.
,Commander-J. B. Murdock given Acer
.t and C. Spare. (Vote for Two) 1issSanlrie 01'11' jjJjjPearl
additional of
duty as member the naval
At ten o'clock a. m. the meeting wa '
$ e mornas 'J. Appleyard.Ed. l ,examIning and retiring board,
i called to order and Prof. Jas. H. Finch B. Bailey.
4
Washington D. C.
elected with Miss Ola ,
chairman
Mullins was secretary.The PIANOS AND ORGANS. # N.'A. Butch. Lieutenant Commanders W. C. All women work} some In their :I could not sleep and could hardly due
principal as of the forenoon CASH OR EASY TERMS. it R. Hudson Burr. H Herbert ordered to duty as assistantto homes, some in church, and some in at und. I consulted two physician.witt} ,.1".
was given to the part discussion of the All Piano Work Guaranteed. $ Justice of Supreme Court. and Alabama the Inspector of machinery at worksf the whirl of society. And in stores, relief, and as a last resort, I tried I,."' I
; *, CLUTTER <&< RUSHING, % the New York Co. mills and tens of thousands Pfnkham's Vegetable Compound, and 1
Ship Building shops are
Various features of association work. 12 EAST GOVERNMENT (Vote for Two) ; surprise, every acha'ftnd pain leu :, .
ST.
: A committee consisting of three ,* PHONE 476. Thomas L. Clarke. LANDCOMPAN'Y 0 L W. McElroy ordered home. on the never-ceasing treadmill,earning gainedtenpoindsandaminperfect >. ,m"Miss
it their daily bread. (
Lieutenants Woods detached
members. Profs. Jas. M. Tate Alex Charles B: Parkhill.
i:t : All Pearl Ackers,of 327 North
to the -ma.
are subject same physical
Parker and Dr. R. G. Buckner, was James B. Whitfield. Manufacturers of Ommand of the O'Brien; ordered
appointed $$ $ laws; all suffer alike from the same mer Street, Nashville, Tenn., writes
to the'work of drafting,a con State Senator. and Dealers in home and granted leave; W. B. Wells I
f d eta hed the Naval Academy and or- physical disturbance, and the nature f Dear Mrs. Pinkham"I
stitution and by-laws by which the LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES :-
.
their duties in
cases, quickly
John S. Beard.
many
d ered to duty in connection with the Buffered with
association shall be governed. After AND KILN-DRIED SAP. drifts them' into the horrors of all painful periods, se'<-11
eve' House of Representative St. Louis at Works of Neafie and backache, bearing-down .
the after pains, pains *
deciding upon a program for The topic for: discussion was the kinds of female complaints, tumors,
discussions the I M. O. Baggett. Levy, Philadelphia: Pa., and assignedo the abdomen; was very nervous and n, ta _.
nqon and evening Interesting subject of corporal punish. Chas. M. Coston. ulceration falling and displace- ble, and my trouble grew worse every n. .-
teachers adjourned until two o'clock: ment. Profs. Tate Parker and Finch Al. vessel when it i is placed in commis- ments or perhaps irregularity or "My physician failed to help me u, : :
in the afternoon. I Jacoby. LESLIE'S CRUSADE ion: J. E. Walker ordered to the Wls- decided to Lydia E. '
: and -Dr. R. G. Buckner made able *.. suppression, causing backache nervousness try Finkham'sVgCompound. *- ?.
At the afternoon session the teach and lengthy speeches in support of JE.Long. 4 onsin.. irritability and lassitude. I soon found it was dO 1.*!
I Geo. T. Morgan.v .... .Ensigns-R. C. Davis when discharged good. All my pains and aches disappears
era took under consideration the adoption the employment of 'f
corporal punish I They especially require an invigorating -
and I _
: Jerry J. Sullivan. Jr.Tax fOR'PURE MILK no longer fear my monthly pencxi- -
uniform series of text books from treatment; ordered home
of a ment in the public schools. The lady sustaining medicine which will
I. fof. the -entire state the unanimous teachers present expressed themselves Asessor ,. a nd granted two months sick leave. strengthen the female organism and Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable f.m -
,sentiment being in favor of the adop heartily in favor of the punishment W. W. Richards. -- Midshipmen. P. Hayes detached enable them to bear easily the fatiguesof pound is the unfailing cure for ail': h."-. Si
tlon of the same under such conditions Tax Collector.N. ENTERTAINING SERIES OF ARTICLES Naval Academy and ordered to the' the day. to sleep well at night, and troubles. It strengthens the pr,,: ,

as to give the state a considerable reduction The people evinced a very keen interest McK. Oertlng. Alabama, then to the Maine; F. H.. to rise refreshed. and cheerful., muscles, and displacement with &u li' W
In the prices of school books. in these discussions and a L J. S. Roberts. SHOWING HOW MOD- Roberts detached the Naval Acade- How distressing to see a woman horrors will no more crush you.

It Is' the purpose of the association plebescite being taken by the chairman County Treasurer. my and ordered to the Illinois then to, struggling to earn a livelihood or per- Backache, dizziness, fainting hearing.down -
k to place this matter before the next it was found that both teachers I John G. Welsh. ERN METHODS CAME TO the Missouri; A. A. Garcelon, Jr., detached form her household duties when her pains disordered stou._ "

M' legislature and to use its every effort and patrons present were unanimously J. E. Williams. BE ADOPTED. Naval Academy and ordered to back and head are aching, she is so moodiness dislike of friends and N): .
toward effecting legislation that will[ I In favor of corporal punishment. Thos. F. Wrighton. he Iowa then to the Kearsarge; 0. tired she can hardly drag about or -all symptoms of the one cause.', e
1 relieve the schools -Florida of the The speakers maintained that inas C. F. Dodge when discharge from. stand up, and every movement causes be quickly dispelled, and it will mi: *
annoyance resulting from the use of much as whipping in the schools of County Commissioners. reatment granted one month's sick pain, the origin of which is due to you strong and welL
different text books In the severa I this county had been for some time District No. 1--J. B. Roberts, C. F. Forty-eight years ago great men l eave. I some derangement of the female or- You Wi
I.i. counties of the state. Consideration L inhibited by the board of public Instruction Zeek. were arising to meet, master, and ,Surgeons-C. H. T. Lowndes de- ganism. ferings can to tell the story of your si.:- (

was next given to the subject of relieving the discipline of the schools District No. 2-Jno. A. Merritt, overcome the varied and vexed problems ; ached the Texas and ordered to the i Miss F.Orser, of 14 Warrenton Street advice a free woman of cost., and Address receive h M I- "!nful -

the schools of this county from L L'i had suffered severe Injury. Recommendations Wm. J. Sinnott. of National, state and local import : Virginia; 3.. G. Evans detached Reruiting -, Boston, tells women how to avoid such Pinkham, Lynn Mass. The *: -j'
the inconvenience and delay whlc I will be made by the association District No. 3-Jas. M. Andrews A. The exigencies of those days c Station, Denver Colorado, suffering; she writes: Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-m-iaw pres :

I ''have been occasioned In the past by alack to the board of public istruction C. Blount Jr.. W. A. Shelby. called for the services of many brainymen. and ordered to the Louisiana; L. Dear Mrs. Pinkham- of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenn-

of text books in sufficient quart to have the prohibition now District No. 4-W. P. Bronson, H At the time written of, Lincoln ,Morris detached the Iowa, ordered I "I sutYered misery for several with five years she has, under her directionand
titles in the several school communities placed:on corporal punishment remov, C.! Clopton Jno A. Wiggins. and Greeley were deeply intrenched in home and placed> on waiting order; I female] irregularities. My back ached years; I had since her decease, been advising wi
at the.time of the opening of .the I District No. 5-Jas. R. Steward. the public mind and no publicationmore M. K. Johnson, detached the Maine'I bearing-down pains,and frequent headaches; sick women free of charge. &
schools. ed.The temporary officers: Chairman County Board of Public Instruction faithfully portrayed and illustrated r and ordered to the Iowa;. F. J. B. Cor- Lydia E Pmkhan's Vegetable
The subject of local taxation wa Jas. H. Finch: Recording Secretary, District No. 1-Wm. E. Anderson. the now historical events' than I deiro when discharged from treat.': Compound Succeeds Where ethers Fall
-S District No. 2-H. G. DeSilYa. Frank L sUe's Illustrated Newspa- ment ordered to of
fully and freely discussed and a vot Miss Ola Mullins; Corresponding Secretary Washington for e* :_
being taken It was found that ,the Alex Parker, were elected to District No. ? W, M.-Agerton W animation then home and wait orders.'' -j in

; teachers were unanimously In favor-o E serve for the term of one year. Prof. B. Hubbard.: per.During the weeks of 1&06 just passed I. 'Passed Assistant Surgeons-R. B. -5-. ..... Ie

the levying of the full local achoo 1 Jas. )I. Tate, principal of Hr h School Supervisor of Registration.- Leslie's Weekly has reproducedfrom :Williams detached the West Virginia.
,tax authorized by law. Furthermore No. 5; extend an Invitation to the W. M. J. Scott. the valuable old files a: numberof and ordered to the M&Ine; R. E. Hoyt
the teachers pledged themselves to teaehers to convene at Roberts for Justice of Peace. interesting events connected with detached the Naval Academy and ordered 01if
Support only such candidates for. the their next semi-annual this important period in our earlier to the Newark.
meeting,which District No. 2-J.-L.:-Bell, J. D. Goss feo
ftffice of county commissioners a S will occur' on the second ""Friday and R. L. Nichelsen Geo. J. Slocumfc. history. In.the i current Issue of the 1'Assistant.Burgeons. R Dykes ordered = _
-T1
would favor such 'an additional tax 'Saturday of October. Prof. Tate's District No. .5-J. M. Harrison. Weekly a noteworthy reference wlllbe to New York Yard: F. W. Dean A -

"evy.Atthe invitation being accepted and a vote. District: No. 7-Joseph E. Hanks, J. made to TYank Leslie's personalwork ordered to Naval Recruitin'g Station e's'
evening session the mee.tlng of; thatfks being extended to the Mus- S. Rikard. as it was carried on by him' in ;Denver Colorado; P. R. Stalnaker' ordered r-

was largely attended by the townspeople cogee' people for their hospitable entertainment L' Members of County'Democratic Executive the summer of 1858 in his strenuous to the West Virginia; P. T.
and patrons of the local'school.HQw :. the teachers adjourned. I crusade against Impure and distillery I>essez ordered to the Severn; E. U.Reed 'H h
Committee.
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JJefore the next meeting convener. milk, on which evil some cities are ordered to the Charleston; E. '
a 'program will be carefully preparedand I Frank Reilly, Chairman. j just beginning to take action. H. Old ordered to Naval Training Sta. C
to Fool a Lazy Liver It Is expected that this movement' A. H. D'Alemberte, Secretary. Frank Leslie was threatened many tion, San Francisco. -
Precinct No. IArchie'enton.. times with death and annihilation in Pay Inspectors-T. H. Hicks detached '
with Artificial Exercise on the part of the teachers for better : -
schools will have the suPPOrt'of thsentrre Precinct No. 2-Wm.: Archer. many forms, and his artists and reporters the Chicago and ordered to 4 tf
: teaching (body of the: coun y. Precinct No. 3-H. T. Pursell. and himself even, were attacked continue other duties; T. S. Jewett detached .
Precinct No. 4-A. C. Tippin.If on several occasions !by male] the Ohio and ordered to continue tE
Sickness has a small I Precinct Ncj. 5-A. H. Bailey. stable attendants referred to in Les other duties. .

I BVERYserio1s THE LAW OF ENTAILSome Precinct No. 6-C. H. Jackson. lie's vigorous articles as "Hibernian .Paymaster. R.. Sanford orderedto ;
cases out of ten Precinct No. -M. T. McMillan. Milkmaids." the New Jersey. If

is made In the: of the Evils of Perpetuating Great Precinct No. 8-Oliver White, Bud In this day and age we keenly appreciate Assistant Paymasters G. Mor.

Bowels. Estates. Proctor. the vital importance of pure sell ordered to the Chicago; E. M.

dis.1 One of 'the chief of dissatisfaction Precinct No. 9-N. J. Brewton. food, and particularly a pure milk supply Hacker ordered to the Ohio; E. H.,
Constipation is the beginning of most sources Precinct No. 10-E: Ward W. H
I as !bread and milk are the most Van Patten ordered to Asiatic Station t
;
e $es., It paves the way for aU others. with Great Britain Godwin J. F. Rigby. important articles! of food. Too much fV T. Forwell and J. K McDonald or {

.Lack of exercise, hasty eating improper !! among our Revolutionary forbears Precinct No. 11-W. C. Williams. credit for the benefits we enjoy I In: dered to Asiatic Station. (

food. are its first causes. \'asthe law of eztfail which prevented Precinct No. 12-M. A. 'Touart.. Jr. this respect cannot be given to Leslie Paymasters CJerfis-W. W. Peirce
Precinct No. 13-F. B. Radcliff. for his effective work which so well detached the Florida ,
Laziness, and postponement. permit I It t the distribution of estates, cre and resignation
Precinct No. U-.Yas. McHu''h. begun by him has been carried on al accepted; W. D. Bollard
appointment .
!I ated and class
to grow Into Chronic Constipation. which I a wealthy privileged Precinct No. 15-Wm., Dunham.. these years by his contemporaneoolsworkerthe announced and ordered to the Virglnia -
c means life-long Discomfort. and deprived every other class of Precnct! No. 16:-W. B. Hubbard. originator and Inventorof ; H. D. Garrison resignation accepted .

It isn't necessary to be sick-a-bed you hope and ambition. Even Lord Ba Precinct No. 17-H. C. Clopton. condensed t milk, Gail Borden by ;' B. V. Trentlein the Cavite

know in order to be mighty uncomfortable., con said that money was like i a Precinct No. 18-M. 0. Baggett. name-the product of whose brain Is Station; ''C:"-R. Berry, Jr., to the Maine -
Precinct No. 19-. . .:.. ... still utilized. CLvllEn'gineerA..
J.
which and Men cal
Even a slight indigestion affects the compost heap, grew more : S de
Precinct No. 20-Mark :McCurdy.
This humanitarian achieved tached. Bureau of
nerves dulls the mind, and obscures the more offensive until it was distributed great Yards and Docks .
Precinct 21
No.
-Joseph D.
'.' Tram- marvelous results in the saving 0 f and ordered to continue' duty under!
fnerry sunshine of Life. but then produced everywhere mell.Precinct hosts of children's lives, and in promoting the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

fertility and beauty. No.'22-W, H. Mayo. the general health of Boatswains J. Kenney detach '
,: Entails are not prohibited in the Precinct No. 23-H. C. Killam. Yorkers by the sale of his Ned ed the Alliance and other duties and -

The time to adjust the Bowels is the very constitution of the United States, S milk, produced under his scientific ordered home. ; L. J. D Ryder ordered

jninute you suspect they need adjustment but they are abolished in Illinois ; dairy regulations. (Fortunately, and to.''General Hospital Fort Baynard,I
....*... .. ...... almost providentially, he was ready New Mexico for .
-If your tongue is slightly coatedIf and in almost other state either e 4 ....4.1 1I ] treatment 0. Dig-
every + to supply the demand in 1838 for pure u an placed on the retired list.
your breath Is under suspicion, by constitutional provisions or i I milk at a time when Leslie's crusade 'Gunners-C.. Morgan retired, "Order.ed 4 i iit7i4 1
-lfyour head feels a trifle heavy or dull,, by statute. It is< the sense of the I had driven the distillery product Lit to Key West; J. Sperle warranted; t

-If digestion seems even a little slow American people that they are contrary i iFSMellen&Op of exfstence. D. :M Carruthers' ordered to Naval

-If Heartburn, Belching Colic cr Rest to public policy and inimical : Charles Elley Ha.U. Leslie's gener l Torpedo Station for two months duty

ie=es's-begin to show themselves. to freedom. : Handle Nothing : staff correspondent, writes entertainingly then to New York yard for two months

'Tht'a the time to eat Cascaret. of these historical topics in the
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It is important that there shouldbe 1 modern article. The fund of information duty.Warrant_ Machinists W.
But D. Conn
"Don't the Ca.scaret Is Ineffective :
Imagine laws against entails, for otherwise i the result of personal investiga detached Boston yard and ordered to

lecause it is pleasant to eat as Candy. we should certainly hare them THE VERY BEST 1 tion by the writer contaIned in this duty In connection with the St. Louis;

., It acts as pleasantly as it tastes. It is as in this country. The instinct which I :: exhaustive illustrated discourse: ,will at Neafie and Levy works and assigned

& cngenta1toyourBoweI3&sttIstoyou r originated them in England centuries -Ot' doubtless tend to enlighten many legislators -. to vessel when it is placed in commission
Palate. L- J: and citizens (including ,moth. ; ,C. M. Wingate detached
stimulates the muscular fining of the ago is firmly fixed in human i EverYthing. : ers and other opponents of the r c e- Norfolk yard and ordered to duty in:
nature and is as powerful among, suicide theory), and educate them in connection with the St. Louis at works
,* Bowels and Intestines,so that they mechanically men of large estates today as it ever I it i-: I I the little-known details of one of-s La. o! Neafie (and Levy and assigned to I White Rock.
extract nourishment from the food and ture's great and most valuable 'industries
was. Whenever one of them dies and ,vessel when it is placed in commi:!
drive out the waste. t as, carried on by Gail Borden's ioa. ; F. R. Nourse ordered ,! The American athletes now en
his will is discover that to the N w i -
published we Clean, heavy clipped White
: route to Athens to for the
successors. ark : J. J. compete
'j S ;; Burgess placed
.a a on the re
I the strongest desire he had in deathwas : Oats. J1 The inventor's early struggles tired list. world's greatest prizes will be assist.ed .

The only way ta: hav 'Cascaret ready to to preserve his fortune intact : No. 2 White Corn, .pure. Bran<* : against failures, and finally, after in winning International recordsby

vse precisely! when you need them is ta I and pass ,it on unimpaired to his de-: and Chick Shorts Feed, .,| much' privation and defeat his sue: Marine Corps. the fact that WHITE ROCK was

them constantly in cerid nts. lie bequeaths the bulk i consisting of 20< cess as outlined here make profitaol Majors-A. W. Catlin, J. T. Meyers; selected over all waters as the bestS
carry your pocket. as articles for the *
rapid and
4 reading for the ambitious youth of all Captain R. S. Hooker for them to drink while away from
you do &Watch or a Lead pencil. J pf it to as few people as possible and : healthy growth of the newly! '. nations. "The htfeh: standards," tQ I tenant .A. P. Crist commission and First Lieu their' native shores. .
The ten cent box of Cascarets is made even then puts it in the hands of hatched. < > announced
; | quote from Mr. Hall's article 'Int]ro- ; First Lieut. R. B. WHITE ROCK and buoyant strength
Creecy
thin flat. round-edged and small, for this i j trusfee?, so that it may continue under I- the Wheat hen. and Mixed Feed for duced byhim among the farmers.an: d discharged treatment Yokohama Hos-: : go together. Ask your doctor about it.

precise!: purpose.Be I i one management and retain its i < dairymen of the two richest Anlerlcangrazing : pita and ordered to the Monadnock.
i' Condition Powders for horse,* The
Lewis Bear Co.
very careful to get the genuine. made: unity as long as possible. If the cow and poultry.. Idonkey's spots-New York and Illinois ,
s' the law permitted he would -made possible the production of the S Distributers in Pensacola, FIR.S .
only by Sterling Remedy Company and 11 I.I bequeathi Celebrated Poultry < > rich and pure fluid milk required" -

DOver sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped i 1. all, just as his ancestors did in T Remedies, roupe cure, cholera :{ \ these years for the making of the-famous IIt] __

Gcc." I; England or some other European cure, gape cure,and lice' killer. Elgin and New York State feutter: .....
a ft a I ountry. |f I : us.If you live Ifl'town telephone : Men In general andfl

,. The evil of keeping a large fortune + if la nelghSjorin'g towns write : Hone Tonic.
FREE TO OUR READERSIt
intact is just as great when i it J touS. A horse properly cared for Will need Women in particular ';. ... -'
ftjj bees arrufed to nail tree a is involuntary, and the evil all gronoat i very little medicine. but In fever align

PLATED&e. tlf little Frellc1J-de&f'lIed.box Aard-eajuneJed GOLD in I i j of the fact that the man who inherits I cold or when not eating well give:In .": enjoy .a toothsome, nouriShing _: _. -a

I pretty colors, btadaomo oraioieat 'a fortune is an entirely different i MEllEN' the feed a tablespoonful of POWder L
moat liberal offer ever made and wo F. S t BREAKFAST FOOD | V HW BQg ggOrder
want every reader to hart one. Tea character from the man who & CO. consisting of four ounces each of si Ill- 'end they find it when they w--- You.r
eemts tx is sed tryGrpeaNuts
sUtups &s a measure
c/good fsdth aDd to cover cost of Cas- makes it and that the fortune itselfin : J phur, saltpeter and black antimony
WOOD
carets loaded.with which this dainty box i* the hands of its founder plays an : ,Phone 334., i two ounces of powdered resin and one I ICEgSCOAZrImhid

Send today be rare to mention ttfj entirely different part in civilization t ounce of p wdered Barbados aloes..
,piper tad write your address plainly.. : Pensacola, Fla., : with a dash of oil of juniper. One tablespoonfuTfor :
Aduresy Sterling Remedy Cwapaay, from what it does in the hands of i. dose. ii Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
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his progenj.:-Chicago Chronicle.. -,- -5- i Offlce C<5rner Chage and Tarragona. Phona 259.
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f IVIS BESSIE IDELLE KELLY AN'DCAPT. y N i j7 :
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!' RUDOLPH-WOHL, OF -;- ffi We would call your attention to IlJ ): ; .
THREE DAYS.. MORE Six Pleads of Guilty Entered and I :

PENSAO01A, MARRIEDAPRIL ;,; '/\ ;; [m the fact that we are now carrying m Jd
.,. There's a Reason Columbus Paramore :; : .
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1 If you have....an. "o'bservheye.f'. ,' to' I. ,.' .. 'i'' > S an excellent line of JS ;' : JIn : .
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Everybody Will{ Be; Accommodated : 'i : < Acquitted.GRAND tt1 }> ,_ .
If 'OU'know a goo"d.'thlng. '
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Get Our Prices! :
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If you realize ;the'importance v-f.; by the Collector; Bagdad Special, May't 1.A;The'(beautiful Journal. home AND.PETIT JURORS EM-, | Overalls" Working-Shirts Gloves | nJ

of a cood, appearance. ,. wedding occurred in Bagdad, FlsU ; :"
April 29,, when Mr. and Mrs. Jamw MUFFMANNJIRomana PANELED AND JUDGE SWAYNE
If you think! gray is not your BETWEEN SIX AND SEVEN "HUNDRED Kelley gave in .marriage their youngest OJ ;, S" ,

PERSONS' ARE EXEMPT daughter, Bessie Idelle, to Capt. DELIVERS A CHARGE TO THE Gaps Shoes h Underwear d Hosiery ;
color you have another"think" Rudolph' Wohl; of Pensacola, Rev. : ; r '
"the"new" FROM PAYME'NT OF PQLL: TAXI W. T. Ellisor officiating in his most and'Palafox.i FORMER-THERE IS LITTLE

shades coming that'after,,run seeing' from. fawn* to BY .AGE QUAUlF CATION-THE. impressive ritual of manner the Ml!! with E. church.the beautiful BUSINESS IN STATE LEGAL AF ((8$ and, in fact, everything to comfor- N j :i -'

',..... TOTAL NUMBER OF. RECEIPTS. The lovely bride was handsomely "' '" FAIRS. and clothe the Me- ji ';U ,
tably durably
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dark steel. \: \ gowned in white silk trimmed in {'
Tet/ey's
i- t ISSUED IS: 1,308-: oriental lace ana' '! ribbon, and carrieda ; ; fij ,
If you are particular, we particularly shower bouquet of bride roses. '-;:* -Tea The term United States .
"They are coming in droves, those The bridesmaids, Misses Hettie May of the I
want ;your inspection. who ,failed to pay their poll tax for !Belle Church and Cora Metcalf, wore court for the Northern District of antee to you of their rightness and fJ ''I i 4 I.l.

1905," eaid County Tax Collector white and carried shower bouquetsof The first India and Florida convened in regular session .!
Roberts, yesterday "The attitudeof white roses. The groom and at- yesterday with Judge Charles Swayne: t tU durability every article we sell IntJ ;!' 1 -
The Journal has awakened the tendants Messrs. John Hanslaw and Ceylon tea tn America presiding and all the court officials

'people to a realization of tljeir dutiesas P. M. Nelson wore the conventionalblack. present, including Marshal T. F. Mc-l these Lines Shall ,bear the Union i '
,citizens." 17 years old-was Gourin, District Attorney Sheppardand 1 ]

fd Collector Roberts was careworn (The house 'Was beautifully decorated .. Clerk Marsh. '
Label and Union Clerks to : t/
STAJIDARDI'rm1m1G and wore a tired expression yester- with vines, ferns, and 'Palms. 'Tet1e 's I No great amount of business 'was I 1I & : '..

: cay afternoon after going through a After: the ceremony the bridal First to-day. transacted during' the-day, though six Wait You. t J : "
1'fird day's work of i issuing over 200 party received the congratulationsof pleads of guilty were entered, one fOI I on I : J

poll tax receipts. The dilatory citizens the close friends assembled, and .....,....... conspiracy and five for operating IllIcit ,
who put off the payment of their proceed' to the dining room wherea stills. The court ordered the jury "Mil 1 ," l' .. .'

'-=- --., -- poll tax ,until the last awakened yes bountiful supper was spread The. SAFES SAFES I SAFES! SAFES !II: in the case 'of Coumbus Paramore to 0)) rJ ,! ,; :,
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tEi'dayand called at' the office and evening ''''las pleasantly spent until i bring in a verdict of not guity.
COTTRELL, put down their American cart-wheel train time when Capt. 'and Mrs. Buy'Diebold.Safes. The charge of the court to the grand i WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. | ; ..

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. $1, and secured a receipt, for a poll Wohl 'left for their future home in i Scarritt, Moreno, ient. jury was brief. Judge Swayne stat. ;' : !
Pensacola. Fla. tax, which allows them! to partici Pensacola. Mr. "Wohl is captain of! ed to the inquisitorial body the law '
--- -- pate in the coming' democratic 'prl the steamer Nellie Keyser, and the: governing all character of cases, and m Successors to Green & Watson. N ,' : ", ->
mary on May 15. happy couple will be at home to. ;, informed them that should they need N : '
DIAMONDSSomething The Journal, of course is pleasedto their friends in that city. BLUFF SPRINGS any further information concerning, ;: 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. ; ::>
NewinThem [
Neat and
see the citizens come forward and the law that the district attorney will ,
IV. A. Gahlenbec'k, 218 S. Palafox Si fix themselves eo that they can exercise TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. give it to the body. laaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaa aas! j. ; L : .

-- ; the right! 'of American free I Ii Grand Jurors. :
TURTON & BELL. man, by going to the ballot box and : :
DEATHS and FUNERALS. The following were empaneled and ed offenders before: him yesterday.1 ;
voting for their choice'"Of' candidatesfor
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. \ all offices in the coming primary. Special to The Journal. sworn in as grand jurors for the term: Lucinda Payne for allowing stagnant'OPERA HOUSE ie :
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. William F. Creaiy, (foreman), W. S.
With the large 'number who paid yes, Infant Daughter.The !Bluff Springs, May l.-We are having Barker water to stand on her premises was .. _.__
George Brown Samuel J. Gon '
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terday there are hundreds' yet to infant daughter of John very dry weather and a good rain fined the costs of court, !but> the sentence '
R. K. WHITE, come forward during the three remaining hand and wife died 'yesterday Home-I would be greatly appreciated. zalez, John J. Bowes, James C. Clark, was suspended. The same pro-j| MAY 4th 1906 111:- "."
F. C. Quina, W. L. Gilmore, E. W.
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate days, allowed for the payment residence of C. A. Ladnier, 810 The entertainment Friday night at cedure was adopted in the case of W.! ,
Optician.30 S. Paialox Street Pensacola, Fla.Tersely of the 'poll tax to bring the Main street. The funeral will take school No. 9, was quite a success. Menefee, "Lewis Willis, Joseph H. M. Quattlebaum, charged with having

L --.--- -- number up to the standard of Escani'.' place today from the residence of Mr. The teachers disserve' much credit for James/ Louis J. Anderson, Joseph R. offensive matter on his premises. Mr. Julian Walker i": :
Kellar R. E. Mitchell Conlin
T. E. ,
: bia county. Ladnl r. Father Fullerton will hold the manner in which the children I John Daniel and Fred Gibson were,
? W. L. Mayer, Hardy S. Green, B. M.
ToldR. services. .were trained. Quite a crowd attended soaked the costs for fast and reckless
May Need Hetp. from this Bonifay, John G. Grant. G. P. Grant, I BASSO '
place and adjoining driving. Johnnie Jackson was turned j.(;- :
'iMr. Roberts in discussing the H. C. Clopton.
E. communities. 'Alt r the exercises over to the state on a dangerous In '
Packard, who is connectedwith I crowd which thronged his office Mary Lounsberry. Song RecitalAccompanied i! :j
C. yes .
Mary Elizabeth Lounsberry, wife of were over Supt. N. B. Cook made a Petit Jurors. and suspicious character charge. "', "'
magazine, North terday, stated that he that
the thought '
immigration rice little speech. ;
Petit far selected follow by ;
jurors
William Lounsberry' died yesterday. so : j'\\
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& South is in the city. he would put on a'clerk to help him I The funeral will take place from the flUrs.: Stubbs, of Pollard, Ala., h J. H. Ferguson, H. M. Fulgham, A. A. Stop: Grumbling ,

Hon. B. 'T. Gainer, superintendentof oat that during the rush.who He desires is' desirous shall late residence 812 West Government: visiting Mrs., Gso. Dunn. Brooks, H. H. ''Fagan, Mark Hurd, JohnH. 'if you suffer from Rheumatism or!, Miss Marrie r Maloney. t&t& ;

,in Washington county, was:: pay their every poll person tax. With that.end iu! street this afternoon at 3 o'clock.! In- Miss Etta Taylor, of Ftoshee, Ala., Christie, J. D. Terrell, Robert S.I pains, for 'Ballard's Snow Linimentwill

In the city yesterday. :Mr. Gainer view he wants to expedite the mat-; terment at St. John's cemet...iY. : came Friday afternoon to visit her Denham, Joseph =M. Crona, John' bring quick relief. It is a sure, Regularsale oftickets -,'-f. t.

leaves thls'morning for his home. ter of issuing receipts' as fast- as possible -] sister!Mrs., Mrs., Will Douglas. Clarke, Harry 'Rowland, Harry H. cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con-''I, COE'SBOOKSTOREWEDNESDAYMAY2' :;'. '? ?!. 1
Jacob Crews. Meade Wilt ion and sons/, Jehnett, Benjamin H. Fairchild, E. G. tracted !Muscles and all pa.ins-and ,.' -
The Board of Public Safety will I. in ordar to 'commodate the Frank and Meade, Jr., {)f Pensacola, within the reach of all. Price 25c,
tax (Jacob Crews aged about 95 years, Creighton, C. Hawks, James K. Rozier,
meet in regular session tonight at theregular payers. an old citizen of Escambia' counts are with friends here for a few days. Frederick Gilmore, H. J, Blumer. 50c Jl.OO. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex.j' ::;'

hour.Pensacola The Total Number.So 1 expired sudldenly yesterday. He was Mr and. Mrs. Watlsy....of Homaton, The regular venire became exhaust writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow!i $1.00 75c and 50c, 'II ih:;, '

Aerie No. 1,293 Fraternal far 1,308 persons have paid I found dead at his home,''two miles visited. relatives here lass: Saturalay.'Misses 'ed through excuses and non appearances .1 Liniment in my family for years and;)! Late Dummy ?1$..."
Order of Eagles, will meet Friday poll taxes. Of this number' Collecu. this side of Millviiw about 7 o'clock Mamie, CHat ;gnd Maggie and a special venire/of twelve..1 have found it a fine remedy for all! ii! l
evening' at the hall on West ,Garden, tor Roberts estimates that about in the evening .by' one of his grand- McCaskill, of Nora-.caW-over: ;! Friday was ordered to be summoned. pains and aches. I recommend it ; :.-,

street. 100 are colored. He states that there,I children. He had >never been sick evening for the school entertain Information Filed. for pains in the chest." Sold by all' MAY 2nd 1906 \ '
is between 600 and 700 people in the I II land' up to th time of his death had ment. Miss Mamie left Saturday druggists. I i (
The Journal has a number of repliesto morning for a visit to relatives at District Attorney Sheppard filed in-
county who will be able to vote in
unusual health.
want ads for "N" "Rates," "M-42." enjoyed good i!Three Act Comedy ', '
I the coming primary without the payment To the citizens of the neighborhoodMr. .Atmore, Ala. formation against Theodore Hull, J. c.
"E. C.." "D. C.." "'F le.r," and '"C-2./' I 'Mr. Richard Rathwell and Mr. M. MeKinnon, Melton Sheets, alias I j
of poll tax. That is persons Crews was affectionately known i :
Owners will please: call for them. ,Fisher Bond attended tha reunion in Skeelton. HILL 1 JUST FOR PUN ,:
over age, and young men who attained as "Unvle Jake, and many 'of the : illLAURft I :
New
Allie Riera and Jeff McSween returned their majority during the past children and others will miss his Orleans. Pleads of Guilty. 1 By Local Talent t,
:
Mr: and 'Mrs. W. E. Clements spent ;
yesterday from Gagnet's Bayou year. The young men who became smiling countenance. laut Charles Robinson. Ike Conley, Steve Under the Auspices of the Junior Guild '.
in ,
Sunday Mobile.
from 'fishing. The usual stories ara ol age in 1905 need not pay a tax to Justice J. IR. Landrum, ex-offick : I Nixon, alias Steve Nichelson, Will of Christ Chuch. Tickets on sale April :
told by the fishermen. They caught ,vote in the 1906' primary or election, coroner, was notifie! of the death of Mr. and Mrs. McKibbon will leave I Smith, John B. Brown, entered pleadsof Special to The Journal. I 30th, at Coe's Book Store, where seats i' '-,
everything, except fish, is the statement but\ must pay for 1906 in order to Mr. Crews. After making an investigation -in a few days for their old home guilty to the charges of operating (Laurel Hill, May. l.-tf. F. Rich-'can he reserved .
of friends.Rochefoucauld. vote in the city election in 1907. he decided that be deceased rear Nashville, T, nn.. We regret tosee' illicit stills, and Jeff Thompson enter-I tourg: candidate for representative, I ,'t,
Three Day. .More. came to hij death from natural them leave our community. ''is down in the Bay Country canvass _ _ _ "
wrote: "We promise IRev. Bicknell of Pensacola is call- ed a plea of guilty to the charge of
and Including to-day there are three causes and concluded that an inquest. conspiracy. The first five were in. ing.The ;
according to our hopes, perform ing on friends here to-day. most interesting in the'
according to our fears." If some of days left for the citizens to pay their wag unnecessary. Miss Birdie Patrick is visting the ,dieted by the grand jury yesterday. county politics -will be between race Bur-Just; Received n

your employees illustrate this truth, poll taxation tax. The finance secured from Misses! McCaskill. at Nora. Paramore Acquitted. russ Cawthon and :Ben Morris for
take up the' "Help Want" ads. as a this goes to one of the most I SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS ;Mr. JOe MdCaskUl ana) Mr. Will After hearing the Evidence in the county treasurer. Both are young
course of re&ding-and laudable funds in the,;world, the edu- WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES 'AND Finlay of Pine Barren :!
perform according attended the case of the government against Columbus men and very popular over the coun-- a fine line of ." ,
to interests! cational :tuna! It is used to educate CHILDREN SPECIAL' RATES. Masonic hre j
your Lodge to-day. I!
Paramore ty.
charged with sell .
Hon.A.C. Binkley will leave at noon I ..tbe schools children in the of city persons andj in unty.the public The "!"Mr. Terry :Douglas is home again ing whiskey without a license, the Gen. S. G. French and his son S. Fishing Tackle, Casting '" .
after spending several
today, accompanied by his family, for right to vote is not only guaranteedby months in court instructed the jury to bring in a G. French Jr., attended the Confed-

Cincinnati, Ohio, where it is his in. the payment of the poll' tax, provided I Georgia.Miss verdict of not guilty. Hate Reunion in New Orleans. Nets Shrimp Nets '
Florence Fillingim
has
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goneto John McCrumion, candidate for tax .
tention to permanently locate. Mr. all other qualifications are l Atmore for a few days. Suit Filed.In I .
collector without
: opposition was
Binkley has been a resident of Pen. .JIbsOO"4': but the money aids in. MSs p-wens, of Foshee, Ala., i3 the office of Circuit Clerk McMil here this week. Mr. McCrumion has Minnow Seines ) '
sacola for a lon'g time and he has made the cause of education. This in itself -, visiting friends here for a few days. lan, T. E. Owens ,instituted a civil action served the county in this capacity for I ,
many friends here who will regret to should /toe sufficient cause fore airs. :Asa Litchfield and children against Frank Langley in the 18 : Bait Pails. ,
years.
have so good a citizen leaveS so' good: every'man' to pay the paltry sum of of Quintette came up 'Friday for the shape of an assumpist suit for the Mrs.: S. G. French, Jr., and Miss laa: 1 -
a city. Their best wishes will go with $1. entertainment. recovery of $600. rountain are visiting in Florala.Mr. Large stocks of the latest ti f '

him. 4 a Municipal Court. and .M.n;..Gus Greene, of Flor PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS t1 '..
DRUG STORE CELEBRATES Large stock of ,
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Given to
up Die. ala, visiting Mrs. Greene's
were par-
ANNIVERSARY Judge Laney had a number of alle'g-' '
ITS 28TH TENNIS GOODS, 1 t
There's only one way to give desserts .. t B. Spiegel! 1204 N. "Virginia) St, ents, ''Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Merrill here COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL i; 1t;

the "Blue R'Jbibon: Flavor.. Ask W. A. IXAlemberte yesterday celebrated Evansvine, ina., writes: "For over last week. GOODS.
Geo. W. Crawford, of Florala,
for Blue Ribbon Lemon. or Vanilla and his 28th business anniversary.Mr. five years I was troubled with kidney was GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. t' ,

say it plain.SKATING. ITAlemberte has been in the drug and ''bladder affections which caused Great here The Wednesday Farmer's Jlerchantile last. Co., is BICYCLES AN'D' SUNDRIES. .$ff 'f', ,
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: me much pain and worry. I lost fles'a I
business on Palafox street slnc 1878 the nama of th9 new stock company ROLLER KATES. if-.
continuously, and there is-possibly not, and was all run down, and a year ago being organized here with a capital a> ANYTHING YOU WANT IN ->,', ,t'
TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30.: had to abandon work I had
entirely.
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another Palafox'!merchant in Pensa- : stock of $25,000. The will! SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. r
company
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cola who can.boast of "an uninterrupt:; : three of the best physicians, who did run a banking business in connec- Call on or write I:
TRY BOSS:>'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. ed business career for that length of me no good and I was practically given tion with a general store. Capt. Eric I > .{'"
to die. Foley's
time. | up Kidney Cure Reduction in von Axelson is at the head of the en- F. B. BRUCE ii i.'
During that time this drug store!, .was recommended and the first bottle prise.

filled over'.200,000( prescriptions, and Verily the -.' gave me great relief and after takingthe Jas. H. Givens, a turpentine opera- 'U{"'
Wm. Johnson 6 Son ,this is in exclusion! ot all the renew- second bottle I was entirely cur tor from ;Wing, Ala., was on our i _
ed :prescriptions. Hia>records show ed. For,sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. streets Thursday last. 4'

Tetleys* Teas served free' (in that more prescriptions are now filled Wedding Gift J. L. Richbourg is in the post Marine Co.
in one. weefc than was filled at this!! SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30.: office during J. F. Richbourg's ab--! Grocery
annex) by an'exptrt.. 'Either GssosWe
Eye "
store in its first year./ sence.
hot ,or iced. ,Call at the Big .D'Alemberte' was' the first druggist -t de Resistance Rev. W. !F. Martin left Saturdayfor 604, 606. 60S. 610 S. Palafox St. : ,
deliv-1 Chapel Hill, Ala. hone 723.
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Story and There to inaugurate the bicycle i-c ** li.rr \vorld."Don't
try a cup. ery service here, andlikewise the first] you cart to be known as a1 raconteur
(flavor fragrance and strength to use the double. check system on,f (g} A dinner service selected from: : ?" The Life Insurance V. J. VIDAL, Manager. ,r .

in Tetley's Tea. prescription work. Quite a number i' of exclusive open-stock '"N;" answered Senator Sorghum. 'muddle has started the public to We will sell for ten days at less !t
of other modern methods have also one our "It is getting so nowadays that when- thinking. The wonderful success that. than cost: \ ,>i:
been adopted and the 'D'Alemberte4 patterns would certainly be ,the has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup!! Xo. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. .' ;t; .

:.-.'..... --- -w-- drug store is today one of the most; principal feature-the show piecein ever you you tell are a man trying a to funny get story into his bethinks are now' selling ''Bronchitis in its crusade and on all Pulmonary Coughs, Influenza troubles'has !'j' Smoked Halibut (very fine) IOC ? ;_
progressive as well as one of the per pound. f ;
prettiest in the state of 'Florida, or In1 I the display of gifts to the good 'graces for the purpose of making started the public' to thinking!' Blood Red Salmon, lOc per lb. ', '

$1,000.00That's the entire south for that matter.If bride. some kind of a financial play."-Wash- Hawkes' of this wonderful! preparation. They Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per ,' i "-'. "' 1
ington Star. are all using it. Join the processionand kit. i '<

You' Don't C j| If wish to do something down with sickness. Price 25c, Kaiser Herring (in tins) 43c per
what ;iwe have recently succeed the first time use Herbine I you She Wa Different. 50c and $1.00. Sold' by all druggists.A tin. 1 '::

paid for the installation of a and you will get instant relief. The handsome" for her,the suggestioncannot "No,".he declared, ,"you are the only $2.50 Eye Glasses Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c .. .

new machine for ironing greatest Sliver regulartor. A positive be improved upon. one I have ever proposed to." swell line of Ladies' per pound. i '
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HOUSEHOLD LINENS. cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Ma "Oh, really and truly?' she replied. for We have a fresh stock of imported j j .
,lana: Chills, and, all liver complaints. q JThe designs we control for this "And am I different from all the other Fords, just received Maccaroni, Spagetti Italian Tomato j.. .
That's all it does-but it does 'Mr. <2-i of Emory, ,Texas writes: section of the country are the choicest girls you have ever known?* Wm. Johnson .& Son. Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes I.
that well and with dispatch. The "My wife has been' using.Herbine for the grand things produced by "Yes"; the rest of them always kind Navy Bread, Pilot Bread, Italian Hard ;; -

first day it was put up, and be- herself and children for five years.. It the among best makers, here and abroad.q of hung back, as if they wanted me to $1.25W Tack, Boston Brown Bread French '!, V.-.
fore we become Bread Russian Caviar and imported i
accustomed to Is a sure cure for. constipation and start the subject"-Chicago Record-
Its use we ironed 145 nap malaria fever, which is substantiatedby J Come m and roam around the place Herald. FIRE SALE French and Italian Sweet Oils. ; ,

kins in 10 minutes.. Glad to what it has"done for my. family." -it' aKve with gift suggestions.PENSACOLA -" We carry the only full }line of FranJ". t T"
have you cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'scanned '
come and 'see it. Sold by all druggists.' Sot Contemporaries.Crittick .
The fire which burned my ..ueat goods in the city. Gulf City -; "
-Yes, I toot in the
opening
market and grocery Saturday night([ Coffee Co.'s "Oaiaca" Gold Standard, oJ '
The Star Steam PALMTREES performance last of- Gagley's, 'comic, opera A. D'Alemberte only slightly damaged the groceries Daybreak Diamond Blend and Golden ,
nightAsklns and for the next few days these will I Rio Coffee for sale. They are alt \ :
Laundry. Mayor Bliss will receive a, carloadof i K>7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET ; -Yes? Nothing new there, I be sold at.fire sale prices. 'Call at the, high grades and give perfect satisfac
cabbage pahn..trees from..the eest suppose. and old stand, corner Alcanlz and. Jackson tion. ; -
37 F Saroen St Phone 114.. coast in a few Ays. He ,;wlll have I Crittick-Well, somJ.of the people in Druggist Apothecary, streets. '' ,'tI T

Penned !FIr "few"" to dispose of.,.*- It you, want ; the audience seemed -to lyx They .. G. J, MORGAN.. : #, 1'

'r-- some-, :(palms- &ee, him.'t '_, 1 laughed. at the Jokes..-Denver News. .121 South, Palafai" Street, PcasswJa Fit 2maj3L TRY'BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1U1" '!

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iJt'DAILY. ports those irom in the New east: York.correspond, with>h Sun"iJ' Side of Lift

,; I tJafo!_ JU 1 its:carrying worth 'notice off this that th trade$' Germansare : right '

Ender the nose of the United States. AWord.toCandidgtes"
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.Joy a line of steamships and there >
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WEEKLY. SUNDAY. 1!: probably not a dollar's worth of it i '
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r FRANK L MATES President and Genial Manager.
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and Progressiveusiness
Special to The Journal.

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Marianna, May L-One of. the most
enjoyable affairs of the' past week
..- was the at horns,"given by 'Mrs. H.

SUBSCRIPTION. RATES. L. Breneman and her daughter Mrs '

ohn Richardson. ..The. guests were
One Year......... .........|5 00 One Month........ ........ 45 entertained at six handed euchre, after Men
Six Months.......i....... 2 51)) One TV,:*! *................. II<* which several courses were s rv:-, 1'p
Three Months..,... ....... 125 Weekly Edition, per year..?! 0( ed. Handsome cut flowers and ele-

> gnat silver added much to the affair.

,,; The Miss Margaret Alderman capturedfirst
Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed
,, prize.
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: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Eleven of .Mrs. H. H. Lewis's most You; of want to voters
impress
! "- intimate friends were entertained by Oil OB Troabled Water. course,
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her on Thursday the 18th lust, at The Jofcer What do you think ofPaintem's -

Offices 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains which time the engagement of her Tho painting A.rtst-I of thought the 'ocean the!water/ ,looker"
Government. I cousin Miss! Rosalind Hayes.to Mr. too calm. and prospective'customers favorably.
Phone 38. and at.all NewsStands. A. .?x .Lewis, a' prosperous young The Joker-I guess It's the cU or: it thai
druggist of Pen..acotawas' ; announced does that: -
.... to take place in. June Tha brideUbe > : To do must have NEAT
is the eldest daughter of Mr. H. so you
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY 31ORN1NG., MAY 2, 1906 .
A. (Hayes, a prosperous farmer of! M '

f -Mobile Making War I t H Jackson and beautiful rare county accomplishments woman";'and with an many unusually'charms. : PRINTING. We can turn you out

ft, ti
on the Mosquito THE NEW RAILWAY # On Monday last additional testimony -
.._ AT TEHAUNTEPEC. was taken in the W. D.. Christmas that kind of work on short notice and
The city of Mobile has begun an jy. ; I case before presenting -writ of ,

F: Energetic war on the mosquito and '# New Odeam' Picayw1e. I habeas corpus to Hon. Frauds' B.

t a unitary campafgn that will undoubtedly ['>i' iF'EalF.. !-H Carter,The judge testimony, with application was along the forfcaiL can give you the UNION LABEL

f- be productive of much same line as that taken on the. 2nd ,

I riood.. Relative to the work that is The Picayune has kept its readers and 3r 3) day of 'April.O >

I [ being .done The Mobile Item has the informed of the progress of the magnificent on, every piece of it.

f < ?following to say: improvements for the handling

I ,: Mobile has begun war on the stJiterous. of commerce over the Tehaunte''I O GLENDALESpecial I

disease-bearing mosquito' pec railroad,which crosses the Mexican i
'and work has II
the been begun in an
Isthmus of that from the
earnest manner that shows it is tote name
''t done systematically and thorough Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean. to The Journal.

". ly. May '1 is the day. when quarantine This crossing is immediately southof Glendale,Fla.,May 1-Quite a number Mayes Printing Company.

t against outside infection New Orleans, being very nearly I'. of people attended the singing at i i ;
lot there is to be no beginS'1 on the same meridian of longitude, Gum Creek church Sunday. ii \
against the m :quito. with this city.The road itself is complete .' Mr. Burrus Cawthon passed. through I
; where the death sentence is imposed and 'the, finishing, touches are here Sunday. Frank L. Mayes, Pres. H, Jeudevine, V.-Pres. and Mgr. B. S. Bernard, Sec. and Treas. .,
and the sentence is to be being pot on the harbors and works Mr.! Henry Hughes passed through
:' carried into execution. The citizens. at each sea terminus for the trans here from the bay en route to Florala maun. 24 W. Government Street. Phone 181.
,who have charge of this sanitary' fer and shipment of cargoes. last week. Chumley-Wasn't that horse of '7QurI. .

', ;work well know what were the results William E. Curtis, 'a well-known Mr. D. E. Murphy* is making prepa race horse-Not ones exactly fTurfly but I thought b .: ._ '." .. .._ ._ '._.".',' .'_:" :'. '_: :. '. -: _,;'-:: .- :':: :' lf(=: ::-=
of' the same work in the sum correspondent, writing to the Chicago arations to put up a hotel and livery was. _.
f mer of 1905, with yellow fever at almost Record-Herald on the subject, stables here in the near future. -- .

'&' every point of the compass out. says that its is expected that the A meeting was held here last week I For County Commissioner Dlst No. 2-
; Bide of MoWle. The good that was stork will be finished Iby July 1, whena for the purpose arranging to build 1i Political Announcements
rlone'th n was all that could have contract 'between' the railroad company a new school house.. ]t I ;I IOm ,
I ,
:; l>een expected, when, the handicap and the Hawalian-American hereby announce my candidacy i r
: Mercantile
The Glendale ?
Co. has* .
i of starting late in the season is taken 'Steamship Company is to go into re-election to the office of county COil,.
r. Into consideration, but these energetic effect. A fleet of nine first-class. just completed .a new addition to the, RATES. For Tax Collector. missioner from District No. 2, subjt '
store house.
and part IotIc- citizens do not steamships -will connect Salina Cruz, to the action of the Democratic pr
Mr. John A. Hams, has'about completed The rates for political announcements
i !propose to atop a.t .1What they told in which is the Pacific terminus with I hereby announce myself a candidate mary.
':. i 1905. This year they begin early, San Francisco and Honolulu, whileon his new store house. not exceeding 8 lines to run for re-election to the office of W. J. SENNOTT.
Dr. D. H. Adams has received his till the primary of May 15, are as follows -
r 1 have made preparation to vigorously the Gulf side they will connect i Tax Collector tor Escambia county,
keep up the campaign till the end of Coatzacoalcos with New Orleans and: new stock of drugs. : ,:, at the primary to be held on May 15,
Mr. Billie Jones, of Glendale madea ... ... ... .,UO-00 I hereby announce
the hot season, and to see that not New York. They will bring raw: The Daily ;Journal 1906. I solicit your tote. my eandidai y
only the public places are kept pure, sugar; from :the Hawaiian Islands for I flying trip to DeFuniak' Springs.. Sun The Weekly Journal.\ 5 00 Respectfully for county commissioner from D-
but they will just as vigorously prevail New York and take back cargoes of day. These rates are strictly cash in advance J. $ ROBERTS.At trict No.2, subject to the action of
upon the citizens to take up the general merchandise. Contracts; and no announcement will be the primary of May 15th.

; nvork. early at home and keep pace have already been made with the: CHILDREN'S ACHES. Inserted -or run under any other con. the solicitation of friends, I hereby JOHN A. MERRITT
: !with the work of public sanitation. Cosmos steamers, a German line ditions. announce myself a candidate for
: Each must supplement the other. managed by the Hamburg-l merica':1: i the office of Tax Collector subject to
Make Sure Whether or Not'The.,. An For County Commissioner/ Dist No.3.
Clean streets, guttem and open Company to connect on the Gulf sidewith the action of the Democratic Primary
Palai.
Rheumatic -
places 'would be practically ,useless ships of the Pacific Mail, which 1 For the State Senate. May 15. 1906.NEIL I
., unless the citizen is just as vigilant will call with its chips at Salina Rheumatism is.much more frequentin McKENZIE OERTING. I hereby announce my candidacy for
: in looking after the cleanliness of Cruz, on their way to Panama. I children than in grown people, especially .John S. Beard a candidate for the I re-election to the office of county commissioner
{. his own 'PremIses. Every citizen, in It is reported that the facilitiesare I I that form called acute rheuma nomination to the State Senate in the from District No. 3, subjectto

'; 'times of danger should be just as such that a milion and a half I'' tism. Many times..the. symptoms of \. Democratic primary called to be held For :. Peace. ''District No. 2. the action of'the Democratic Pn.
,:" quick to report violation of the. san- tons a year can be handled across rheumatism in children are attributedto May 15th, together with other speak. mary of May 15.

tary laws as he would be to report the isthmus and it is claimed that I growing pains when in reality rheumatism ers,- will address the people of Es- I hereby announce myself as a J. M. :REWS.
Violations of the criminal laws. no port in' the world, not even Ham- is developing.. It has been est!- -' sawn cambia county upon the political Issues candidate for the office of Justice of

burg, which claims the best dockage sated that at least 25 per cent of 'the of the day at the following the Peace, District No. 2 subject to I
facilities ia better with JIootbIDK Dell1& times and places: hereby announce my candidacy
The editor of The St equipped children in the action of the Democratic primary -
:Augustine our hospitals are there because
for county commissioner from
Tramp-Help kind air. I have Ferry Pass time May District
modern machinery for transferring me. seen. Saturday. day 15th and would
May respectfully
Record is apprehensive lest an earthquake cargoes than Salina Cruz and Coat of rheumatism. As is well known better days dan dis- ask' the support of the honorable No.3, subject to the action of the

will cause great loss of life zacoaloos. Both, ports are already acute rheumatism in children is liableto Mr. Jlnks-So have L This we&thw 5th.Millview, Thursday night, May 3. vote, of the good citizens of Pen- Democratic primary of. May 15.

!by demolishing twelve story build- I cbing quite a little business. A produce heart'disease from which awfuL ,IcDavid, Friday night, May 4. I sacola. and Escambia co"unty. A. C. BLOUNT JR.I .

ings: In Tampa, Pensacola and Jack I small coasting trade is growing up; the child rarely) recovers. The patient Nix's Precinct, Tuesday night, May; Very respectfully
the Pacific Mail steamers now stop may live several{years, but Is an invalid J. L. BELL.I .
eonville.' As long as he remains in I twice a. month each way and the and there is little hope ,for his 8th.Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. 1 hereby announce my candidarvfor

i' Et, Augustine he will be perfectly 'Cosmos' steamers once a month each entire recovery. ,Therefore. it is very Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday: hereby announce my candidacy County No. 3. subject Commissioner to the from action District of

Effe from, such a calamity.. : way Several hundred'tons of Important that rheumatism in children night, May 11. I for the office of Justice of the Peace the Democratic Primary of May r
freight were landed last month, and should be guarded against in every Pine Barren Saturday night, May, for the Second District of Escambia W. A. SHELBYFor
about- 200 passengers have landed b 12. County subject to the Democratic
,
Apalachicola has a new water possible way.
embarked
and during the winter. A to be held May 15th 19%.
There Primary ,
p orku are three things that motherscan
system. Might be
a good plan thousand tons of
merchandise are i R. L. NICHELSEN. County Commissioner Dist/ No. 4,
do .
to guard their children For the Legislature.'I
ta run ,a large main into the Times expected by the next G3rman against -
steamer,, most of it for the German rheumatism, especially during cold : .
office so the fluid would he Ihereby announce myself candidate
convenient merchants in the southern part of: weather: y =1 am a candidate for member the I hereby anounce myself a candidate for re-election a
: when necessary, to keep Mexico. First-See that they are dressed IB- lowerhouse in the state legislature for the office of Justice of the as county commissioner

Editor Johnston's pen from melting !According to recent reports, the warm flannels or at' least fleece lined i. from Escarabla county in the Democratic Peace for District No. 2, subject to to the from action District of the No.4.Democratic subject .

\during: the periods'-when'. burning sargasm -(Panama railroad Handled! 415,000 cotton undergarments; that their feet primary the of May of 15 all, and Demqcrata.will appreciate the action of the Democratic Primary Primary of May 15.

Is on tap. tons of freight last year, against are kept dry by wearing overshoes support CHAS. M. COSTON. May 15th. I J. A. .WIGGINS.
:250,000: tons the previous year. There when outdoors, which should be. immediately .. J. D. GOSS.I .
has been a great deal of complaint: I
It is said that the L. &: N. is preparing about the. congestion of freight at removed when indoors. .t' I ama candidate for representative am a candidate for Justice of the I I hereby announce myself as a ran-

.to transport thousands of cars the isthmus, which is doubtless due Second.-An overindulgence in sweets, in the lower house of the state Peace In the Democratic primary to didate for county commissioner from

of cement from Louisville, to the to the. enormous amount of government cheap candies, sirups"and sugar tends legislature, subject to the action of be held May 15th, 1906 District Nq. District No. 4, subject to the action of
south for trans-shipment supplies to be handled. The to the production of rheumatism; hence {the Democratic rrlmary of May 15, 2; Escambia County, Florida. Any I the !Democratic Primary May 15.
by steamer
facilities at' Colon and Panama, how I the use of such things, especially between sand I will appreciate the support oft assistance will be apreciated from H. C. CLOPTON.The .
tohe Isthmus of Panama.! Pensa ever, will not compare in any measure meals, should be prohibited. A all democrats. the Democratic voters

!; cola' ought to get a large share of with those which are being provided I liberal amount of,'..sw ets--with meals J. R LONG. v GEO.. J. SLOCUMB. ,

I this business. at both .termini of the Tehaun- should be allowed but-cheap candies 1 A Far-Sisbted GirL I .' frientfs of W. P. Brownf/m
o tepee road.' Everything on the Isthinu3 between meals are productive of urates Tom-Let us elope. .1 hereby announce myself as a For County Treasurer.I hereby announce him as a candid'

*" {International complications will ot (Panama is old-fashioned, inconvenient in the blood, which,are a" predisposingcause I :'essie-If we elope where are the wed.' candidate for the lower house of the I will be a candidate in the for the office of County Commit: i-
; ardly result should the drydock ,and awkward.. There is of rheumatism. fang presents coming In t Florida legislature, subject to the action cratic primary of May 15 for demo-I er from District No. 4, subject to t t.1:

Dewey stick fast in the Suez canal. little room for dockage; few steamers Third.-The child should be'encour. of the Democratic primary on nation to the office ot county treasurer. -action of the Democratic Primary
can be accommodated at onetime May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN. 15th 1906.
fThe Panama canal is too far from ,. and l the terminal facilities of: aged to drink freely 'of pure water. The supportof all democrats will .May

completion for Uncle Sam to be ac the Panama Road have been tha The habit of taking 'glass of water be appreciated. u ,_

fused of conspiring to influence cause of complaint for years. Oa: before each meal is a very good: one. ; I hereby representative announce myself in he a candidate lower- *J. ED. WILLIAMS.I For County Commissioner, Dist No .
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the other hand everything necessary To keep this up during the cold weather I." house
'trade. ol 'the state legislature, subject
for the 'prompt and economlca requires some attention on the part to the action of tue Democratic hereby announce myself a candidate I hereby announce my candidacy i i'"r
handling, of cargoes' at Tehauntjpec of the mother. During the warm weather of 15. for the .office of County Treasurer re-election to the office of county "\1 ..'
It is said there is danger from is just as complete as human Ingen- the child is rnaturally- 'inclined to \ primary} May M. BAGGETT.i subject to the action of the Democratic missioner from District No. 5, sub.-(

earthquakes on the isthmus of Panalina. uity and money can make it. drink water enough without any r r 01[ Primary. to the action of the Democratic i'r.-

i If the land on the Isthmus is 'In?the competition for trade, therefore prompting, but during_ e winter sea : Tama'candidate ror member of the THOS. F. WRIGHTON.I mary of May 15.
the 'Mexicans will bane consId-
a t Ipot thoroughly solid the Panaman erable advantage, and distance are son, when 'rheumatism .is more prevalent r t House of Representatives from E3' J. R. STEWARD

ian troops should shoo Taft off the also in their favor. A comparisonwill drinking'water is neglected.- cambia county, subject to the Democratic hereby announce myself a candI-
date for the'office of
nejct;: time he tries to land., be 'interesting. Medical Talk For the Home..' ." Primary. I earnestly solicit of County Treasurer Board Public Instruction.I .
Escambia 'the
IThe: following table shows the distances _. --- the support of the voters of the county county! subject to
action at Democratic
the of
It is said that a fellow named between the ports named via: To Her Art.Mme. /: JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. May 15, and ,respectfully"solicit primary the hereby announce myself a f '",' !11.l

.IPetrunfcevitch is punbpkins Tehauntepec and via Panama: d'Albertiri, one of the lesser support' of all voters. date for member of the school hear: i.
some in via Tehuvia.. of France To the 'Democratic Voters of Escam.hia from District No. 3, subject to tin <.
fainters conceited JOHN GWELSH..
When he was as' .,
ussla.. gets high enough antepec. Pana. County: '-- tion of the Democratic primary fMay
qp in the worm he should apply to From New York to San about her artistic ability as she At the request of many friends 15.

:tte government to have his name (Francisco .. ... .. .. 4,925 6,107 was notorious for her: excessive use t from the country and from the city I For County Tax Assessor W. B. HUBBARD.
New, Yprk to Puget of cosmetics of all kindS. Her face hereby announce my candidacy lot

changed. -Bound ,. .. .... . 6,647 6,885 was a study in enamel and Representative in the legislature at I will be a candidate'for re-nomina
New York to Yokohama 9,984 '11,211 rouge the scsson 1907, subject to the actionof tion to the office of. County Tax Assessor I will be a candidate for memb:'
and the
Maxim Gorky has discovered that New York to' Hong penciling, older she grew the Democratic primary May 15th, in the Democratic,"Primary of May ship in the Board of Public Instruction '

I} be la a much bigger man in Russia Kongr.v.-" -.. ., .11,597 12,645 the more pronounced it became. Or 1908, .and I'earnestly solicit the I>Up. 15., I respectfully ;ask your support.W. from District No.1. In the i'---

'than In the United States. New York io-Manila: ..10386 11,98. one occasion a certain count, who port .of the Democracy: of.. Escambia W. RICHARDS. mary election.WM. .
Now York to Mel held her in much disesteem, lost a 1 At the Circa county.i I' E. ANDERSON.I

bourne .. ._., .,11,068 11,471 bet to her."And Jack-Which do you prefer, Virginia, \\1 favor liberal pensions for Confederate For Dist No. 1.
} .The" 'Journal's circulation statement New York to. Honolulu. 6566 7,705 what will.madame choose?" one ring or two? soldiers and their widows. County Commissioner. will be a candidate for memr/r-
'for April will be out in a few New Orleans to San asked Virginia-Oh, this Is so sudden, Jack! Uniform school terms, giving the The friends of.C. F, Zeek announce in the Board of Public Infraction
he. with ship
Francisco .. ,. .. -5,41 mock courtesy. But I guess-guess one will do for the I
Look for it. ,3,561 country public schools the him commis- '
days. '' ,. same as a candidate for county from District No.2, in the pr
Liverpool to San Francisco "Something inmyart,. she sim- pmt length-) -, term' as the city schools. sioner from': District No. 1, subjectto election.

Tallaferro's .. .>.. ..-8,274 9,071LLvgliool pered. "Something I can paint. .: "A uniform school book law and the action of 'the Democratic primary mary H. G. DeSILYA.
.
Senator bill i ieating Is
sponge to Yokohama "Very.well,.madame," he:replied tree books for the pupils of all public of May 15.
,
( > up a lot of congressional hot .. .i ? .13,223 1<<.175 schools.
'. bowing himself out. Nice clean old .
b.air.. ( .. Liverpool. .. to 'Mel- A later' madame newspapersfor ;,;An efficient law for the equalizationOf. I hereby1,announce' ray candidacy I will be a candidate for membership
'
bourne .:. .. .. ,113 day 'received apDckage"
.J 14,43 ..taxes.: Instructs! :
sale lOc for CountyCommisslSner from DIs- in the Board of Public
at hundred af
from the'count; which per
'Tile muck rake has superseded upon 9ooll.roads: specially trict No 1. subject to .the action: of from District No. 3, in the prinury
T differences in the between
distance being opened revealed a; life mt Yours
r .
'p respectfully. primaybf'May 15th. election. .
the
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:ni. (Biggest Stick Ever. -New Orleans Liverpool: ,antes h 5S-* .The Journal office. .... :1 A.GERTO.S.
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THE PENSACOLA 'JO URNAW WEDNESDAY MORNING ::14 7l Y: 2+ 1906 PAGE FIVE f : :

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"The Best is'What We Sell" { 5! :
i < I SAGE LEAVES II r' / :

PEOPLE and EVENTS l r. -* i.I
Economies.

: < I For Special to The Journal. I i Refrigerator i i' iiiH>


Seen, Heard and Done; Among Those Who Go Come and \ lain Brent jet, ,April although 30.*-Mr.We Reed have repeated had no" Toe expense of maintaing refrigerators is one of the f .\ M!' ;: '
essential features to be considered when making 5 !
!i his order for April showers in his! : your n3 i
Tarry: Women and fcrcast, for Wednesday and Thurs.I purchase-the first cost is comparfively ;imt ,. .
Society, Here and Elsewhere The Best day 4 The refrigerator that UnimportaIlt.j vf
ni7
Crops begin to show 'damage, and
we feel the 'Want of Irrigation. It is t Costs Little to Run is the "Odorless. a.if!r i f:
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By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669.Bttwccxss. I time that, we='f&nners.were.u.k1ng: up +> '
*
UJUxwr; the water question, in earnest Y ,They do perfectly satisfactory work In hot and humid ') *' _. '
'_ : PurB': Food fThe wither bureau cannot be depended weather, when many of the so-called refrigerators fail +J':- .- ':, 1 i .-
.... upon lor rain 'when we needit .. -and consume but little ice. .;. : t ..
worstMr. ,
LET IT PASS. \ '
7/ie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. .zi; J. E. !Spoon joined the Reunion 'i '
$14 $16 $18 $22 to$35. ; /i .
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Be not swift to take offense;'' army'.Tu day night for New f :_ :ist", ; .

Anger is a foe Let to it smset'J pass!r, ru.: ...." ,rr'--- -,::. ... .Orleans tiresome; suspense He was usually relied' of experienced that- t others that are good and ice savers too from $9.00 up. : ]i !f .

Let.it night train.' The"elite" of Brent "
:Brood not darkly o'era.. wrong ri -
Which will disappear ere long! I gathered at his home, and with mu- t4 '
tic and. refreshments, the time '
(Rather sing this cheery song- waswhiled I r. r
in joyous cheer i'
Let it I away ,
pass
Let it pass! ; : 'Mr..,Allsip's lively phonograph was I fi/lARSTQN & QUINA .4
Best I
\ i1 the Prices II the dandiest... attraction. of the evening i ft.i *
i. .
Strife corrodes Let the it :purest! mind; I We had free ..political speaking at I | 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla \ : "
pass I
: Y the school house t. .
As the untegaidttawind Let it! !, and Service. : The issues are not very Thursday exciting night.now ......,.... 4 +...4..............4...4.....4.t....... '!1"71;; ;, ;.! ,
pass
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vulgar souls that live and: Ice .cream with other refresh- 1> : ,.
Am I '
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I ,ments are served to draw out the :
MeY cofdemn'without reprieve; / /f'/,2 i 1 ;
Us the noble who forgive. RingRQSENAU&GERELDS. I' crowds-of women and children. The! CLOCs.S: .

Let it pass! t rr I Ir is wildest the state issue to be Bearded now A good 8 day Parlor Clock. ::0. ... .. .... ..... .... '.,. ......$5.00 j I ,:..f hi :
Let it pass,! Everglades drainage. I would A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00 : 38? j

Phone 391 : suggest water from damming the up' the flow of 8-day :Mission ClocKS, $%.75 to.. . . .. ? ... ." u. .. ..$5.00 i!I % ; .
glaa'es: to cover more
Echo not word reasonable : :
an angry ; I of Repairing at prices. f ,
our waste lands until -we can utilIKS '
Let it pass! ; I of that J. F. 04 VIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store '.I-: .. :
which is
Think tow often you have erred, ,. I more already f fI
Let it pass! drained and awaiting purchaser: It .. f' I
is a waste of life to live so "scatter
Since our joys must pass away ing" that good roads cannot be obtained ; > i
Like the dew drops on the if
spray, (
Wherefore. should our sorrows stay. nor such facilities as mail delivery NEW METHOD LAUNDRY ; .

Let' it pass! + The Fancy Grocers, .. telephones, ptc. If practical ,
I it may hta a grand scheme for future I "
Let it pass! > ,Phono,391. Pensacola.
generationswhen our lands are all PHONE 1I88 W.LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMAN*ST. ;': 3 ;' .

occupied)and Improved as in some of \;..:. ;'
Jf for goodou've taken ill, ,..

Let it pass! ... i the worth old from'$tates fifty where to one farmers hundred ttol-are ........................ ..",.................. .......... ..........................."'.................................................... ;," ,. ; ,'
'Oh, be kind and gentle still! lars ,> :
per acre.
I Time at last Let it makes pass! all things. ,BOSSO'.SIce Mr. .Henry C. CJopton is no office from 75 cents to $4.00 each. ,' : : ;'. ,

I straight; I' seeker; but if chosen for county FLY SCREENS Strips and Wire to make :: '" :
1 : I Cream Factory commissioner: will fill the :position t : ,
, Let ns not resent bet walt, $ ,1 .
: I 1, 5l' : faithfully, honestly and with good your own Screens. i f : ; ,
And our triumphs hallbe great;' "
I can furnish you cream in judgement. : '
Let it pass! ; any quantity. Satisfaction He is made of the right kind of ;
xiBid'Jour Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. ;
JLetJt pass! 1i \ ; .
guaranteed. timber, and the public .: ;
I i ; PHONE 1326 to find such a ,straight stick.are in luck: ............................................................................" ..............."............................... .............................,............."'....................................." t <(; "...
anger "depart; \ 1 1I 1J SAM BO$O. Prop. THOS. McMffitAN, r "' -
Vt it pass! t .
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!lay those: hvtaely words to heart; TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. I j" ,
Let it / PHONE 1326. 11M"*# HHiM{ *#Si HHH, .. i a ,.
pass J rs while .Mr. (Binkley 'has become favor- -t ',
Pollow' not the giddy throng; ably known throughout the state, be- DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY | ; r'
!Better to :be wronged than wrong; in Odd Fellow-
promiennt
Therefore. sing the cherry tsoag- I ,. q I y 14 14Y 14l t i2np ing ,very and all these unite in wishing DeFUNIAK CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB I ;' .
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Let it pass! .{' I I ;
!Let it pass! in them the a Hoosier happy and Capital.prosperous career.::! < STERLING SILVERWARE, 1 ,. u .

Miligan !Qierald.J I I G ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS,, {! \
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+ Judge James R. Landrum and
MRS. AVERY'S RECEPTION! < 1 Mrs. Landrum gave up their residence Special to The Journal CUT GLASSWARE.
1.We
DeFuniafc Springs, May
and went to the l < '
yesterday
FOR MISS AVERY'S GUEST. :
are much in need of rain. Crops are :
navy yard for a month or two.
'Mrs. A. M. Avery's reception last Buffering: now and unless we have

evening for Mrs. Vassar Patrick ofMacon Miss May Wheat is expected in rain soon will be much damaged. Engraving and Fine Stationery.

Ga., who is visiting her WHITE MOHAIR MODEL. Lake .City (Saturday on a visit toMissives 'Editor Stubbs, Dr. Landrum, law- Li
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daughter Mlle Katharine Avery, was yer Watson ana! others attended the
exceptionally enjoyable! for several The little dress illustrated is a I is laid in three broad box pleats front .:: dallgbt.er-of,,', Judge Ires. Confederate. Reunion at New Or.
teasons. splendid model"for either the small and back, and attached to. a shallow \irs. A- wife of leans. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
James
The hours, from 5 until 7, were ol. boy or girl's. wardrobe. There is a yoke cut with three points, the neck Donnelly,,, last (Mrl- Sutton, the turpentine man
vlce! consul who left
themselves ideal at this season, and smartness about these small tailored finished wi-th a narrow band of the the British has been very sick with pneumonia, :
iha spacious home wais truly "thrown dresses which it cannot ""be denied mohair, and a broad stitched belt holdsin wesi for New Orleans, -will remain. but is now better. Several days his i i lp i ; '

open" so that the evening breezes i make them.more suitable for summer the little frock. about the waistline. thera- for two.;.or.. three... weks. life was dispared of. It seems good i E. O. Eadek Jewelry Co. I II fi'
fanned gently through, while the wear than a profusion of frills and 1 The sleeves are the regulation bishop, that, we may have him with us for a
Mrs. J, }f. l ndefsbn, Mrs. W. A.
,.,. tasteful- and simple, arrangement of urebelows. Tha skirtof, this model gathered into _a narrow stitched cut:I" Mists Lillie whjle yet MOBILE, ALA. "
Crooke and 'daughter f # '
growing plants and cut roses was -I Crooke, who/went'to' New Orleans ,Mr. F. R. Eaton came in from his "iiH!! **3&&J.iH" **iin.IHH M- r- ,- '' '
decorative without toeing insistent mill Wednesday.A .-
Pink and white flowers ;prevailedin during her: stay but owing to h':r unExpected wealth of lovely flowers, roses, sweet, last week, will stop in Biloxi, Miss., good many of the candidates
return to ''Horfda, several nasturtiums, adorned the! o nthelr return to visit airs. Anderson's -
and
I/eas,
the parlor, red and white in the ''Were In town 'Wednesday lookingafter
lining room, the chandelier being planned in her honor have been rooms. : mother and friends. their political fences.: There is
gracefully draped in red and -white called off. San Antonia Herald. The special guests; were Mrs.! 4 a good deal of interest in politics
Wheat
and the. table continuing the lovely -+- Rolf and sister Miss Wllhlmina .Mr. James who recently just now. This) section appears to Fishing Tackle Hammocks .
combination.Mrs. MRS. A. M. MCMILLAN'S. Gonzalez, Mrs. Harry H. Gifrbs. andMrs. wentvto Mobile to accept a position favor the drainage of the Ever- ; ,
_B with the Mobile Trust Company, ,
: L. G. Crosby.. I
Avery, Hire.! Patrick, Miss glades.
DELIGHTFUL HOUSE PARTY.
The club members all enthusiastic : will be with Mr. and Mrs. Frank in last them both We have them In abundance ,"
Avery anal! Miss Katharine Avery, all are Hon. Wallace Bruce got You want now and ..
in cool looking and immensely becoming Miss Ollie Cody and Miss Black- over the support of the Pearl' Horton. Wednesday tram .a tour of Chautauqua variety. Will be .glad to show them to you. ,'
toilettes, were in line. ford and Miss Stakes of -Mobile, Ala.. Eagan Home, as were the visitors, 4M'rs. lectures. He is looking after then
Raymond :;Waters of New Geo. W.' Short, of -Durant,
Mrs.
iA of attractive and and an contributed liberally and tabernacle. Coe's :Book..s'tore. "f
quartette
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( young who have been spending a delightful Indian Territory, Is the guest of her
City, donations were also received from is still furnishing the
girls 'Miss Cora Hunt, 'Bliss Katharine Mr. Nipe I
'Weeend with Mro. A. M. outside. tto.thr( Mr. Chas. Cottrell. on East strawberries, .and shippingthe "'uUl8235.. 213 South Palatal S,,..,. Pan saata ,,, '.
Mallory, iMiss Mildred Avery ftieir ''HiiL: town with ... .... .,..,.... ._ .... ,,., ,. .,,, ,. '' '.
and Miss Isabel Grant, in% :McMillan, left for homes Mon The next meeting will be withMrs. balance to Pensacola. He caia '''->'. ; 4T, .. 4-h.. ';.: "' : """'J"; ;' >> -4i. :o : :,,;----Eo.'-<'- ->

girlish, summer frocks, served prettY'1 day. W. L. Morgan, Jr.4 :.. .. Thursday that his berries would last
dining room. Miss Cody; who formerly resided I Mr. W. N.1,N.NIcholos of Lovedale for six weeks yet This is a great
in !IPensaoola was 'the ..recipient of spent Tuesday in Pensacola. on busi
al enough.
strawberry sure
Miss Tillie DeBroux leaves Saturday year
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cordial 'Welcome from Dial: friends, ness. : .
for: an extended visit to relatives :
LADIES BENEVOLENT who invited her hostess to: i I '
were by in Detroit, Mich. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. C"IPLEY
THIS AFTERNOON. meet her and the other ladies. I :Mrs. LouiseKarle and daughter YovDontWant -
The Ladies Benevolent Society of Mina Btackford is secretary of the: Marie, .and, l.Irt, Joseph Spohr, who i
Temple Beth El will meet this Afternoon :Mobile W. C; T. U... and this was her I Mrs. Frank Horton. and baby son bave been spending a month with NO REASE OR DANGEROUS -
at 4 o'clock. !first visit to !SFlorida. to which she William Dennett of Mobile, arrived their'relatives ',Mr. and' Mrs. Geo. W. DRUGS. Special to The Journal.
Mrs. S. !A. Friedman, secretary. had long. looked' forward. as a treat,: last evening accompanying home her Johnston on Lakeview avenue' returnto Chipley, May 1.--JHon. J. S. Alley Dirty Dusty '
she sister Mi>:s Katie Landrum and are their home in IiManapolig to-day. ,
-.- and her hostess saw that was In "Herpicide the New Scientificand is a candidate for re-appointment as
SAN ANTONIA DINNER not disappointed, providing a round guests of her'mother: Mrs. Lan- April' this year in the north has ben II Successful Dandruff Treat. 'postmaster here. That his adminis- -
FOR MR.' AND MRS. HIGGINS. of continuous, pleasure for all her trum.Lieut: a cold month, and they have ment. tration of the office has siren general Groceries : "
,guests, as usual. thoroughly enjoyed the balmy air of I Have you dandruff? Then you satisfaction is evidenced by the a'
Mr. and Mrs. John Higgins were On Saturday Mrs. 'McMillan gavea and Mrs. J. I. Bryan are Florida'< while here. I have a contagious parasitic disease, fact: that nearly all the merchants *
the honor es.of a beautiful dinner- bay party on the steamer Nellie, occupying Judge James R. Landrum's '. unpleasant, unhealthy and one that and business people of the town
Tuesday evening at Hot Wells, given other out of town 'guests being Mr. residence-, moving: in Tuesday. Prof. and ,Mrs. W: D. Sears are I will eventually lead to baldness. To have indorsed aim This is the season of {: -

ky the Misses Cunningham.A Yates-the stager' who is also her 4 the-proudest parents in town because cure it you must destroy the parasite Tta; following well known young the when the .t i :
profusion of red lilies decked house guest -R.2Y. Mr. Butler, and ills Lily Collins of Mississippi! their lovely' little Dorothy won that eats *t the root of the hair people of Marlanaa who compose the I year
the liable< and made a very effective Xiss Smith Virginia, niece of Mrs.J. left Sunday night on the Tarpon for the finst prize a handsome ring witha The only preparation for destroying Maiianna Dramatic Club gave a delightful dust begins to fly and 'j''t" .
decoration.' Thp place cards were R. Saunders, :Mobile after a two. months visit to chip diamond. set as, the prettiest these germs is Newbro's Herpicide. : entertainment at the school ,
in the shape of fans and bore hand- On Buno&y! evening Mr.' Bert McAllister. "Mrs. 'F. E. 'Saals.! From Mobile 'she baby: at the baby; show given by theRathbone Charles Klein, of Laramie, Wyo., aunltonum: : Hon. C. L. Wilson, Hon.I when it is hard to ..

:painted! {Mexican scenes. Miss Daisy ilcAllister andMr. goes to points in Northern Missis Sisters at tha, K. of 'P. picnic says: "Herpicide allayed! the itching, .. H. Carter, W. B. Barnes, Locklin clean. S-,-
Covers were laid for twenty and Will' Richards 'Were dinner sippi. at Palmetto Beach yesterday cured the dandruff and: stopped my Kelly John Burton, Ed. Watson, G.! keep anything : i

were for Mr. and Mrs.. Higgins, Mr. guests, in adition io the house e hair'sfalling out; and it is bringinga W. O'Neal Jr., C. W. McKinnon,i But you will find ", .::{
and Sirs. Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. guests and on :Monday the party dis Mrs. Norris Levis, maid and three The Eicelsior' Flinch meets( this new crop of hair." Herpicide is Linwood Damn, Mrs. C. L Wlteon} r .<
Max Graham, Miss Burbank; Miss 'banded. children left Monday noon to join afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Bonacker free from grease or oingerous: drugs, Misses Janett McKinon, Maggis ;, >
Kampmann, Miss Hazel Carr, Miss .-+- Mr. Levis in Gulfport. Miss., for the 1204 East Thirteenth.: and makes the hair glossy and soft +iT-hillipps, and Louise Holden. NO DIRT 'T
Augusta Maverick, Misses Eva, Sue MRS. BONACKER'S FLINCH summer. 'Miss Milalred:' Kessler ac 0 as silk., One bottle will convince yo.Uof Sheriff Allen, who has ,been on the
and Narclssa Cunningham; Dean companied' her- sister for a month or Mis3 Dora Gentry of Bluff Springs, its merits. For sale by W. A. sick! list for several days. is again on OR DUSTin y f'
Tilford, Frank Harris, Lieutenants FOR NEW CITY CLUB. two and'!will then go to New Orleans Is. visiting her brother Mr. B. C. B'Alemb3rte, druggist and apothecary the street. ,

!Rhyston, ,IPerkins, Hanford, and l1rs. S. C. Bonacker: entertainedthe for a visit before returning home. Gentry 1505 North Davis and her sister ,. 121 South Palafox street: or (Won J. H. -Brown of St. Andrews:, i the ; .
Louis Terrell. New City Ladies dub' at flinch I Mrs. .MeaUock 1507 North Da- send lOc in stamps So sample to was a visitor Friday. groceriesf

After the dinner Miss Carr and yesterday!! at a large and lovely meet Mr. and Mrs.. : C. Bnkley: were '13., ."., t., .- .". The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. Dept U. Marshal T. J. Watts, bought from this t '
Miss Kampmann favored the guests ing of the members. detained by 'business and will. not .. who; has been quite sick for some +
with several selections, and Mrs. I Salted peanuts :"aa'tf' .iced grape I get away until to-day noon when Miss Ada -Fulgher of Topeka, time is reported to be Improving. store. A great part '

Higgins contributed some very en- juice were served during the game, they leave to reside in Indianapolis, Kan.,. arrived, --Monday night on a +llaj. W. O, Butler has been on the :
joyable ragtime pieces Dancing concluded I and at the conclusion delicious Ind. During a residence 'of' fourteen ;visit to Miss: Grace Cr l3t. Miss Ful-- sick list for several da),.. of our stock is put upat :;..

the evening's entertainment; I homemade cakes and ice cream were years In Pensacola, Ir.and Mrs. gher has ;been touring the southern I IIce: ream, 1 The citizens have donated money the factory in clean :
(Mrs.: Higgins! has been the recipient '\served, the ice cream dishes being Bmkley have won an enviable place states 'and' is here from Havana, to erect a flag staff and buy a. large -t..
of several pretty courtesies garnished with pansies,. while a In, the hearts: of their local friends Cuba for several days. After a visit flag healthy packages, and t

-.... .-- In. New Orleans 'she will' go to and Cake Judge Pelt had 5 negro gamblers '
-- Prescott, Neb.. to reside. I before him last 'Week. All of them the portion which we

..f J-f7:1( Ma1'1W7 1 '119"IWRIW..W X1lWYiW m i wm entered pleas of guilty and were handle in bulk is '
'Miss Grace Crfct,who succeeds Miss For Bay, Parties, heavily fined. Tie Judge intends tofnfo.rce so ,
!fB Derry,as primary teacher in "No. 2," the lawand' !. make the dangerous carefully put that .' I
'Pianos for Themselves assumed.her duties Monday morn class! of negroes go to workor up
Thatall Speak ing. Miss' Berry becomes. a stenographer. Picnics .Etc. move out. This same gang was there is no possibility -

mixed up with a shooting affray in
Not customers speak\ words of praise for them, but the pianos W ,' .. '. I which three were shot I I l of it containing
We will furnish in
any
The frlendis 'and relatives of Mrs. The work on the new Firt National dust dirt of
themselves talk for themselves i A. R. Lock will regret to learn that quantity and flavor desire Bank building -will foon'bg com' or any
is she is cuite :ill. ed. 'It's made from pure menced. Mr. R. IX. Moore, who built kind '
.. ': ,Jersey cream and the purest the Carter building at Marianna will
Talks-Their Talkstheir ,
Their Tone Workmanship
m Get the extracts that can be relied : of flavoring extracts. cave the construction In charge. j -
upoBlue Ribbon Lemon or, Vanilla We've had lots of praise Ti.9 new Chipley State Bank will r.
rJ durability talks Now if:.you will'( do some talking-" you who h yeI absolutely' pure, goes twice as far for our cakes and know I Iiou' soon 'be ready for business. It will

as' other kinds and the flavor is per will toe pleased with open in the new Farrior building.Win. .
no pianos but want one and tell-us what you want_ we will be glad toput fection. .. them. Others are Sol Cahn & Co

I it in your home for. your 'Easier! :to-pay for than to want. We have Johnson & Son

the Kranich & Bach Lester Pacard, Cassell, and Clutter-all good- I A swell line of Ladies' Oxfords 1 -. The Pure Food Store,

S none better. just received : Tetleys1 Teas served free_(in

'l! i W m. Johnson & Son. I Kandy 'Kitchen Cafe. annex) by .an expert.. Either. Southwttt Cereer PaUtoi sea Intefttfencia

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hot or 'iced. Call at Big

e Oldest Muaiaouae and/ Largest in Clutter I .Music. I House 114-116 PENSACOLA Phone S. Palafox l5 St. .1' 'TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.!, 104 S, Palafox.' Phone 999 Store and try a cujJ.' Theft is Phones 1480 178

FloridaGEO. ,. '
i SKATING EVERY AFTERNOON flavor and strength
fragrance
W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. _, B.- E. CLUTTER. Sec THIS WEEK., 4 TO 6. LADIES AND > -
t Tetley's i
H- OH' CHILDREN. SPECIAL RATES., in ,
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; A Full Block<<; FQr5afl CIIOICEPROPERTIES ---- "- "U


: REAL 'ESTATE MARKET

Be Glad if You: Do. in ,New City _


SPECIAL OFFERINGS
$2000-for 5 of' the prettiest'building
containing !20 full All of Block 115 West ,. lots on East Jackson St over
S if You Don't I II ...0 r...
rry lots, for sale for' a King tract.____Tf _____$ looking the bay
Jackson
$J500-6 room cottage East'
few
days at- Several 'nice ,btii ii 'g'lots in ,' St., worth the money. 700 I HOOTON & WATSON
,$. O-lStore() and dwelling No.
I If you buy Pensacoia realtY now you'll be glad of It; If $600100Other block 78, north side LaRua East Wright St., corner lot 36

"- you don't, we know you'll be sorry. Never was the street, between 13th and x126. I Leading Real, Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.$12,500.O02store .
time for purchase more opportune than the present It $1700-2 cottages at Fishervllle, 3

is our business to know'values, and we C3n: 'JOnt? you to Property for Sale 14th avenues, : lots,:corner property and front I '
I ing the bay. fcuildlngs and a dwelling containing 6 rooms, near

Lots on East Hill and West 15300---2 story bath toilet and gas; Union Depot. A fine investment. I
Several $2400-Elegant 6 room'cottage one ,
: Properties That I $2,500.00-0ne.. the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
block from R. E.: Lee square: Hill sell for $50 and up on also single story cottage'on S. I each 4Qxl37&: feet '
bath modern. half,of block, East Hill, near:carline
any everything
I $3,800.0025'very desirable lots on North Palafox. This Is offeredfor
Are Makers {8000-Property adjoining Y. M. C. A. easy. payments. ,,' and fronting 9th ave. '
Money
; on the east, 180 by 155. feet, Houses worth the price. I I $6.300.00 short-Large time 2-story'only. dwelling on North Paiafox on corner.
MONEY TO LOAN AT7AND8PER
houses for $870a
renting
ort
same I $2,500.00room dwelling N.., Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.
All : ;
correspondence answered promptly cash balance 7 CENT.
$3000 ,
year.cent. I $3,350.0fS5rice roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables! and-out housesin


.. $2000-Property per and Coyle,corner rents'West'$216 Jackson a year; McDavid-Hyer Company, IS.: BROWN & CO. $5OOO.00Two'dwellings Barcelona excellent!-St.location- ; ,on in DeVilliers good neighborhood St. near car line, on N.

$600 cash, balance J per cent. Agents New York 201 Theisen ,
Pensacola Investment Company $ 600-4 room' ''house, rents $84 a Life Insurance_ Company. Building. PHONE :No. 37'5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX HL."

year.
"WE
LOTS"ForFarm
,SELL
: $900-Quarter blk, New City.elegant 8 E. Government Street _
4. H. D'ALEIHBERTE, City Manager.W. home site overlooking tayou. m : "" ..
\ Phone 7CO Pensacola, Fla.
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$3oOO-New modern S room house,
H.KNOWL1S, President; 1\. B.SIMPSON, Secretary. --

J.L STILLMAN, v..Pres. &nl Gen. Manater. KNOWUS BYE Treasurer.. East Gadsden. Turpentine --"" -, -
$3500-7 new ,houses, North Hayne

; Rael Estate, loans, General Investm nfs. rents $420,a year. .u Wanted Timber Lands, Keep LifeInsurance Money at Home !
I $4200-Business location, West Inten! LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall I

; 215 South Palafox Street Pensacoia, Florida.OUJTHIS. dencia,;rents $420 under lease. WlANTED-Second band furniture on or Address According.to last report at hand of state treasurer, the people of

FOR RENT. bought and sold. Ring phone 754 Florida in one 'year

I $12.50-i! rooms. 401 Guillemard. or O'Hara.call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. ,Turner & Aymard Paid Life Insurance Premiums Amounting to Over .. .$1,500,000

$16.90-6 rooms, 40$ Guillemard. 2may Real Estate and Abstrat Co. While the entire aggregate losses paid were a little over .. 400,000

SURETY ON BONDS-The American 4 P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla Draining the state of over. . . . . . . 1,100,000An

I increasing gain has been going out of the state for twenty years.American .
LESLIE E. BROOKS Surety Company, of New York, is
IF prepared to execute at...this'city without -

I I Phone 462 fisher :Building delay Bonds and Undertakings Board and Rooms I Life Insurance Company
in the .
quired courts, and for the per. ,
2 piece of property, we believe you will make 'a good profit ,on your formance of contracts. Wm.. D. Howe, I IPL Is a Florida Company with home offices at Tampa.
; investment In a very short time. We have 10 lots on' North Palafox attorney, 14} E. Government St ..A.S.ROOJI to rent with privilege -;!
that we can sell for $2250.00. These jets:are right! in line of the best HELP WANTED 2maylm. I of light house keeping, 301 W. PLEDGED FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT.Every .

residence district of this city and should even -,now bring more money Chase. 8apr dollar of its assets invested in sections where it is paid In.
I
Is not such 'a company worthy of home patronage?
CARPENTERS WANTED-Apply newBlount MATTRESSES RENOVATED. ,
New NICELY FURNISHED! ROOM for rent
POLICIES FROM TO
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000- $50 $10,000
A HOME SITE i Bu'lding.'! corner' Garden and tick furnished if desired. Guaran. on North Hill car line; location,i
Palafox Sts.: :2maylt I teed. Crapet taken up and matting very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden I 'Pens co/a Offices Brosnaham Building

I laid if desired. Leave orders at street. 25april I .' __... Li iQ

on the Northeast corner of 12th avenue and, 15th street,. only two W1ANTED'Agents for ''book on San L I Green & Watson. Phone 19. 7mar '
....__'- ._ u .. .. ._ ROOMS CHEAP Furnished or unfurnished .
Vl0CKS IJ"Qm me care lIne ja one Oi me premest buIlding lots in Francisco Dtstaster Tremendous de:
suitable for light house-
the city. The neighborhood here is excellent, and th's! section of mand. Everybody ""buys. Big book-:-! BOOKKEEPER and general office Money to Loan.
keeping. On the Hill, location high FOR
the city is very healthy. We offer this 'lot:237%. feet front on 12tave. : 500 pages. Hundreds of 'photographs i man of 10 year's experience wants, healthy. Close' to car line. _r SALE
and Apply
by 200 feet deep on 15th :at.:\ (%. -block))[for $1 OO.OO. -stories by survivors. Fifty per cent.' position. With present ,employer 16 I 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. -: MONEY TO LOA -ETerYbody barrows
Premuium extra. Credit"gIven.! Outfit months. Address "Bookkeeper" care money from Jno., A. Hall &
iSaprlm All kind of real estate for sale or
THE MAXENT TRACT free. Write today. Drop everythingand Journal. 26aprlw:I Co. 16 E. Government street. When rent. North Hill and East Hill va
I WANTED-A few' regular boarders "
make $500 next 30 days. Stand- .
Sfeblm
I in need call on us. ,
I 1 cant lots. Some very choice ones at
: ard Co., 325 Dearborn St., Chicago. WANTED-Youirg country Also a few table boarders in private
property is.for sale West of "C" street. And TSHERYILLE do Imay2w wants a position in printcrI]I I family; good location' ; convenient to MONEY LOANED on all kinds of par- good bargains for homes or investment

i, not over look his pretty little village ;on .the' ,bay. Nice, people live, i ,, job office in Florida or Alabama. Has!I I car line; use of bath and phone No.I on short notice.

her and we have nice building lots ,from $175.00 to $300.00.' It Is" !1 WANTED Lady or gentleman farI : e'ght: years' experience and an a II-:I 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlm ,Terms foal: easy.pioperty J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. or One warehouse large lot site.on R.One R. good water factory front

very cool and pleasant. here in summer.;! I education to travel for firm of $250-i round good job printer. A perfect 1 I f pLlASANTpIace to board on North Romana. Phone 1165. IfebMONEY lot that a purchaser could make no

LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US 'FOR SALE: '. 000 capital. Salary $1,072 per year gentleman and absolutely sober; will I I Hill, on ,car.. line. Address ,No. 8, mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm
A payable weekly. Expenses advanced., start on moderate salary. Address, care Joun l. 27mar TO'LOAN:.;;On'fearestate or .. andy one of 160 acres, both near Pen
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS$ A SPECIALTY I Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola, Fla.' stating full particulars, Arthur Win- other puftcient security by applj- sacola.

Imay2t* free, WhiteCastle_ La. _12aprlw ,Old newspapers at five cents a bundle ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafo and Four choice brick business houseson

THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY :1 .. I WANTED.-All kinds of electrical at this. office. ?rTey! are, all -.cleanandulce. Rom, na', up stairs., 17nov-n, Paiafox St. for sale. Fine invest
WANTED First class circular saw work: I sell all kinds of electrical *. : : :- ment property. Few choice offices
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206 SOUTH PAtAFOXST. PHONE 87 sawyer. Write, or apply' to J. TI batteries and other electrical supplies. '" r z. v ..,_, MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate for rent.

_ I'' Windham, Supt., Millview, Fla. When you need me ring 345 or 955. security, or on good collateral, Turpentine men all get rich, and I
i_ : Imaylw. E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building '.,, FOR RENT at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. have good turpentine business for
I E. Garden. 15dec. 1 ntu-LrtJ-Ut Fisher building. 21Jan sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty
WANTED Agents wanted.,San ,Fran FOR SALE=One grocer's refrsera-I LOANED on all kinds of round timber lease on which together

DIRECTORYJoppa cisco Earthquake ,DisasterThous-WANTED-Stenographic work of any tor, capacity 200 lbs. Cheap. ApplyD. MONEY property on short notice.personal with boxes good seven years longer.

-Special BargainsFor ands killed and 'injured. $500,000,000 I nature. Will give same prompt'at.. J.Sts.Cunningham, Romana and Railroad I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstaIrs Write or call and see scheduleor

Worth of property destroyed-Full and tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.WANTED 2inayFOR 28% South 'Palafox St., Phone 1144. property.
Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. authentic story by survivors and eye! no

: Joppa Lodge No.6, L 0. 0. F., Few witnesses. Largest and best.book, best I -=The public to know that RENT-7 room house on North: H. T. CRAWFORD
Days Only iJNIAMI-rED amount or money to 0311
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 illustrated, 80 per cent profit to agents we can do all kinds 'of repairingfloat 1H111, modern improvement. Block! !
o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits I building, horse shoeing etc. J. from car line. Address P. O. Box 354 on all kinds of personal property. 315/2 South Palafox Street.
to
Special rates business men on large
St. Visiting brethren.'are cordially In. Lot 40x240 W, Romana free. Send 4-two cent stamps' for G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fe! City. 2maylw'FOR loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% L
Tiled. postage. Address Cooper: & Co., .131 South PalafoL
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. vSt, near Spring St. Lake Street, Cihcago, Ill. Imaylw* COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand RENT-Two very desirable LOST
J. W. GINGLES. Sec. stores on first floor of Manhattan mn nfl flflWJWmsuwflsflflflWCfl
Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVil1ersSt.
31Jan6m. WANTED! -Two capable men for life hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen" Miscellaneuos LOST.-Sliver medallion watch fob
with 5 room hbuse..$3250 ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage ,
insurance work. Just completed and arranged in first -
Salary and com solicited; satisfaction with badge attached. Finder will
Pensacola Lodge NO. 3. K. of P. ,mission. Good opening for rght! 'men. teed. Careful attention given guaran ladies'' class shape. For terms, particulars,I MATTRESSES! AND FUR. ITURE-I please return to Escambia Hotel. Suit.

meets every Monday evening at 8 Lot 80x170 W. Romananear American Life Insurance Co., Brosnaham garments. Phone 1222. gfebWANTED. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr renovate Mattresses New made to ticks order;furnished.!i able reward 1ven. Imay2t*
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o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall Building. 28apr FOR, RENT-After May 1, furnished i
I LOST Gold brooch :
Second hand furniture bought and ether on electric -
-The Mercaanta TransferCo. "
over lou stable W. Intendencia, St. DeVilliers'S1.$1000 cottage at "All Bay. Address Box
wants moving and : sold. Upholstering and repairing done.!' Ccfr or Palafox street Studded
WANTED your Hauling.All
Visiting brethren cordially'welcomed.. -At once a cook and a 815, Pensacola. 28apr
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. nurse at 535 East Zarragossa. breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77LDavis with opals. Reward for return to
Phone 97*. : Co. C. T. Davis Mgr. WIn. Johnson & Son's. Imaylw
: Mfg. ,
len, Prop. ISJunelsj.WANTED. .
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S Leslie E. Brooks 28apr4t FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- .
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I denstruth's LOST-A diamond
--- jewelry store. Suitable locket, engravedJ.
Meetings of the MAKE BIB MONEY FAT' selling .-Hauling ana transfer for offices, sleeping quarters or storage !EXCURSION-The launches Stella S. P. L-iberal reward for returnto

Knights of Columbus Fisher Building. the official story ,of "The Destruction work. Office phone 363; residence rooms. Lee Danlell. 24aprFOR and Leclair will run excursions to Journal office. 29apr
are held at their! hail, ,of San Francisco.. Our authors, phot 390. Acosta & White. 22-23 N. the Life Saving Station or other !>
LOST
;(7 No. 8 West Intenden Trumbull White and Richard Llnthi- Tarragona St. 25mar. : RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage points of interest, day or night on reasonable STRAYED OR STOLEN-
cia street, on every cum guarantee' authenticity. Nearly 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker terms. Phones 659 and :330.: Pure white pup about six months

', Monday evening at FOR SALE 500 ,large pages. Dozens of ANTED.-The public to know that, Ingraham. Apnl20 J. C. Sutherland ;Mgr. 12apr old; cross between fox terrier an i
bull; liberal reward return to F. R.
7:30 o'clock. Aa !n- graphs. Retail $1.50. $10 to $ Photo-j I old newspapers can be bought at
A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' Jrfcade, 118 W. Cervantes. 28apilw
vitatloa ia I day if for five cents a bundle.
extended easy you act qu'ck. this office They
to visiting Knights. List,of Property for Sale by D. Hale rent, suitable for furniture or other clothing cleaned, pressed and OLOST OR S'IRAYED-A
sell, any book ever published. Every are all clean and nice. small, dark
goods, 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. repaired on short notice. No.
lift
JOHN B. JONES'a Wilson & Co. body interested. Outfit free. Send brown heifer with tips or horns
EDM. FOX. Grand Kn'ght. I lOc for postage today., Best'' terms to WANTED-We want your orders foi Phone 630 30norWANTED. r West Government St., Pensacoia, Fla. sawn off; not in very good order, lib

Recorder. .One block on proposed street' carline agents. Credit given. Freight paid. 1907 FArt Calendars. ,Over 300 original .-Real Estate for sale or Idee. eral reward to any one giving mf -

New City, overlooking Bayou Take 'orders while waitin'g' for outfit designs to select from. All I rent lease or exchange. Your busi J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South mation as to its whereabouts. Lat;
Daughters of Rebekah. Texar, and under fence.$3OO )I. Monarch Book Company, Philadelphia -I prices. Mayes' Printing Co., Pensaco' ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil Paiafox street Orders taken for seen 14 St. and 14 ave. Address J. B

Naomi Lodge, No/10, Daughters of One half 'block on Lakeview'avenuein Pa. 26a.pr2w-1 ia. 16feb.i son, Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government ._ tents awnings camp stools and house I T., 104& S. Paiafox St, or phone 86.

Rebekah meets e Monday night: settled neighborhood and on hard '_. I street, Room 7, Salisbury cots etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan. 28apr
at. 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. ball.' VisitIng road, very cheap at. .. .. ...$1500 J WANTED-First-class barber for col.I WANTED.-EiectrU; work of ah kind. building. Phone 172. I 23Jan: LOST Meresham pipe. Reward for

sisters cordially' invited to be present One-half block ((12 lots) and six ne fored\ trade. Ring 1010-. ring or I Let us ciean your,teas reair::: \our.. FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, ou"railroad. I'SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- return to Parlor Market. 27apr
houses rentln'g for $5.00) each witbrOODl call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near dynamo, do> 1our' wiring, etc. Puona Address Box 712. City. lug & Co., wholesale and retail ship .
: MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI, for seven more houses. $3250 dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. 1 570. Pensacoia Elecuit Co., 205 S. 29aprlw. chandlers and grocers, only first-class LOST-Saturday, April 14, presum
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec Two '''large lots aDd a good thretf 24 'apr1. Bar cn. :I house of kind in city. Fair prices! to all.! bly from wagon, package containing
room and hall house renting for JC.OO pair trousers addressed H. P| Ioog.U .

MJ E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and per month; if sold at once.. ..$600 WANTED' Men to learn barber trade WANTED-Your orders for tailor: HOTELS. MILTON' UPHOLSTERING SHOP- found, returned to Express: office
\V5Ifce Mlms
third One nice five' roomed house in good clothing. We make rUVrLrVrItflnJsLnnJt-Ln, flt nfl---muwjwn, Proprietor. Furniture and receve reward. ISayr:
Wednesday : made
evening at 7:30 p. Splendid time to be in. Busy sear your I repairing of all kinds
BU'Rafford Hall.. No 10. West Intea-. locality with 3,7 foot lot renting to: son soon. Few weeks completes., clothes fit. Let us take your meas FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. carpets
furniture
dencla street. $10.00 per month. .... .. .$1000 Top wages paid graduates. Positions; ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago, W. 0. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, laid Phone, 63. Next packed to for shipping For Sale.

A. G. FELL, Pres. One-half an arpent and ten roomed waiting. Best trade in the world for Wells, agent, Chipley, Fla7aprlm; good beds, table the' best J. M. Fer-: Tampa. Landing. ___ ., .. ,_ .._.___ ,
,& L. SWEENEY. Sec. house 1 in central part of the city nice poor man. Little capital starts bust rell, Prop. I7apr 22ApriL

shade and fruit trees.. .. .$5:>00 ness. Investigate. Moler Barber Col: SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED CARRIAGES repaired' and repainted. FARM FOR SALE-SO acres, located

I Ik Pentacola Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0. F. Vacant lots in any part of the cityat lege, New Orleans, ;La. 2Sapr6t -Highest price paid for gents HOTEL VERNORates $2 per day.Special .. Floats built to order.. Horse shoe. In at Cottage Hill on railroad; all [>nce :
rate by week. and
Special! attention with large house, barns, oti-
If, \Pensacola Lodge No. 4, t. 0. 0. F, prices that will take. Several In clothing only. Sell'seCOnd hand goods. to lug a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage
traveling men. Free houses etc. Creek through tb
jawta every Thursflar ; vestments that ,will net 10 per cent: : Dress suits for, rent, 9 E. Intendencia. sample Co. 27feb runs
"venlng at 7:30 WANTED good all-round -
on the money Invested., printer,, : rqom. ,Mrs. J. P. Mr",'ln, Prop 1 land, and 4 or 5 springs are also ou
at the new hall on West I
Garden capable of doing first-class j job printing
CHIROPODIST-Dr. the
15 1pr. E. St. Clair land. Plenty shade trees and ap
: street. Visiting FOR RENT. WANTED.-A. R. BIngham want
brethren
cordially and experienced,in Thomas professional! .
newspaperwork. chiropodist. pie, pecan, peach and plum t tre
!,- Invited E. GREENBLATT, Ten roomed "house centrally located I, Must be absolutely sober; no your moving and hauling.Phone He guar HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the Corns, bunions, ingrowing nails Good soil; also have a lot of fine br<'pJ

'J. NEVILLE Secretary. and unexcelled for a boarding house; drinking man need apply. Cook & antees'all breakage. 630. year. American and'European plan; successfully treated. Office In opera chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pta

0. VV.r on street car line, $35.00 per month. Hutchison, Chipley, Fla., 7aprlm Special summer rates." First-class In house building, Government street en fowls, pigeons, geese and turicos ot
W.
t Oak No.1, five roomed house close in town L, -- .- -- NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange every respect.. Pleasant and convenient V trance. Office hours S ,to 12 a. m.; all kinds. Reasonfor selling is tn-t I
Lire In Pythian Camp Hall W. >. W..I large yard and nice out buildings, stable for lot on East HilL Address P. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop.. Pen 1sacola. 1 to 8 p. m. 24apr: have no one to manage place. A grej:
[ tndets 1st and t'
3rd etc., $20.00) per month. WANTED 0. Box 207. SOmar Fla. loaprTHE bargain either as an Investment or
in GOOD NEWS
;Wednedays each month. Visiting FOR PE-.ft ACOLA-If
r It what you want is not listed here ,- for party looking for a good farm 11:1
.- overelsn3' cordially invited. call us up by phone 234 or call and ,BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, you need any locks or keys repaired which to make money. Everything
P. A. BOGHICH C. C. see us at 30 S. Paiafox street v."ANTED-A position as stenographer WA.N'rED-All owners ot poultry 't 0 good beds. Free baths and sample ,or fitted anywhere your house; genuine and Just as represented. No

'.:.:tESLIE. E BROOKS. Clerk. by young lady:with experience. know that we are agents for the celebrated ]I. room. $2 per day Special attention If you have any trunks needing repair fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan,
; ". P. O. Box 244,,Florala, Ala. donkey's Poultry Remedies. to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop; ing. or lock and .ky: or have you a Box 453. Pensacoia for further partic
D. Hale Wilsor -
Woodman's Circle. & Co. 29apr2w dull lawn mower
Guaranteed to cure rupe cholera DeFuaiak Springs. Fla. 13marlm needing sharpening ulars. 31mar
: W. O. W. C.. Oak ,Grove, No. 4,' "WNTED-Board and TOODis In pr 'gape and to kill fleas, lice and mites 'or repairing scissors or' carvers to

:. Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday vate family by young couple. No Also' their wondertul egg" producer. ;F CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op I. grind; guns, pistols.and rifles t 'clean FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;

3 p.m., 2d floor Pythian Hall over children; must be in good localityand S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. depot. Large and well lighted 1 and repair!" 'We can properly clean, one with capacity for 75 thousand f-

Pou's stable, on Intendencia street; close to car line. Address Permanent L- ISapr. rooms. Free sample room. 'Meals al adjust and repair 'any make of type- lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
l-VIsltlng sovereigns cordially Invited. $$700 care Journal 29apr3t all hours. ,Special attention to traveling tl writer. All of these things and many pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two

h'){rs. Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs. OLD HATS MADE WANTED-By a young man, position men.' $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug: others you can have promptly done skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long,

,It B* Olsen. Clerk. r Buys'a five room cottage- ,..E. Gregorynear and Straw hats cleaned:UW-P&nama. >pressed as stenographer.. A-I references gle,;Pr p. ISmarlm 1 at F. B. Brace's.. 28- East Government. 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write I. \.

R.'Rshops.. blocRed. furnished.. Address C-2 care Journal CHIPLEY Phone 380. 18apr2w Chaffin & Co.. Milton, Fla. 25nur:
and Panama
-_. : $1200-For peat ,five room cottage onEast SOc straw hats -" 0' HOTEL-Carl Setterllnd! ,,
F, & A. ,M. HHU 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Saprlm.WANTED Prop. Special attention to commer. REGULAR HACK UNEFroro Chip- ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elee-

: ,A regular communication of $1500-:Fr six room, summer homeon Victor Louis 100 E. Intendeacia. To, buy, old gold and silver I.- cUl travelers. Free sample and bath ley making- connections with mail trie car line, six lots 100 ft. front

..- Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F., & Little Bayou. near car line. 24 aprlm broken up stuff regardless 'c f Large rooms with good beds. launch for points on St.Andrews bay. by 137% deep, corners $700. insidn
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) G c A. M., will be held Thursdaynight FOR RENT PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama sizes. Cash paid. Lightman& Klein. $2 per-- day. 13mar1IiJ, ; Extra horses teams for traveling men. Good lots $600. There are no better situations -

: .. All members are reHquesfed Cottage, 519.E. Gregory ..' .. .38.0 0 ': and straws. Hats cleaned,block: 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. comfortable vehicles. Call on than these lots. A. V. Ciufcb-
or .
address Fla.i
C. Sinclair Chipley,
BAY ijtTEL.-open ,
night
and ;
to be and visltln'j1brethren day
i present ed and rebanded by 'expert workman. WANTED-Refr:gerator; must bE in Telephone No U. 28apr JUST RECEIVED-Large salpment cf
European
plan. Rooms i
,: Invited. By order of light andclean. _
F -
C.RYAEGERNo.j Leave hats at Frederickseif Tailor ,good.condition and cheap for cash. Transient imported Olive OIL Retail by pint
K T. E. HARVEY, W. M. Shop, 34'S. Palafo St' Special. attention L-. Capacity 150 to 203 ibs. Address LockBox 55.-3n ,S.. Paiafox.trade. soIl cited GOOD PASTURFor a few horses gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
h j..M.scwMOIsec. 2 Theisen, UIdgPhone. 638. to mall orders. 594, City. 2maylwV Prop S. Nicolau, and cows. Address sr apply] to W. & Co, ship chandlers antf grocers 7CI

f < : .. H. Kilbee. ,, rents. ,- Fla ISaprlw South Paiafox. et
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IV LAW, REAL RATESTO lector's Office, April 27, 1906. SUPPLIES .' 'V : i
ESTATE. LOANS AND FOR .REVENUE VESSELS "fI

JViVViMbBILE. COLLECTIONS V Sealed proposals for .f'Ii
i V sup lying' ship: .
PALAFOX :
COMMISSION BROKERS, i PHONE AND 555.ROMANA. V CALIFORNIAACCOUNT Ii chandlery rations and coal to vessels, h

___ of the Revenue-Cutter Service, regu ; .j' !
i larly stationed or temporarily at Pen.* ..c. ) V
11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA FLA. ALABAMA. Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic sacola Fla., and delivered on board; .1:!

UYWB.M.B. Order Nobles of the Mystic :I said vessels at that place at such] f,:t
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Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVKIONSandBONDSi. MARKETS OPTICIAN Shrine MAY 7th to 10th, 1906 be times required in during such the quantities fiscal year as may enl ; i'i.i k V V !

Tickets will be sold April 24th lIng June 30, 1907 will be received at'I. i .
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306 THIESEV BUILDING to May 4th Inclusive witha I this Office until 2 o'clock p. m. of;; V : :; ;

Naval Stores. limit of July .31st. j Tuesday May 15. 1906 at. which time; V V r:'
Save both by conferring with us I Savannah, Ga":, May 1.-The naval The Rate from Pensacola to and place they will be publicly open Vff! V
when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See I stores market closed today as follows: WM, D, HOWE, Los Angeles is $64.60. ed. Blank! forms of proposals for coa.; :i V V
us about some of the following: i Bought and,Sold on Margin or for Investment. ; ; \ .. .5 OG ATTORNEY Proportionate Rates from ship chandlery and. rations showing! VVconditions V- I
Store N. DeVillier street, renting ; I Wfi. '.. 4 90 AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Other Points. as *to coal, articles of ship: ; V

for $ISO per year. .. .. ....$1500 i: Reference: First National 1 and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 J I N.' ...485 41z! EAST GOVERNMENT ST THE ROUTE-Is via St. Louis chandlery, and component parts of ra-r: V : : V ..
House on North "C" street, cheap : ; r I .... V. '.4 80 and the "Scenic Line of the tions with specifications may be had;: VV ::\ V

a t. . . .. . I .|600 '.m.....M.....ee..t....6., +...+....+... ......*+* i :x.. ... .t-.. <. .. .. .. ..... .4 70 World" viz: Missouri Pacific upon application to this Office; pro. \r. V V. ." V
House on East Arafon street only I,,. ,.*. ... ...S ...*b.' *> .. .. ..4 35 and Denver & Rio Grande Railways posals must be submitted on these :
. SI.S .S Sub. si. .S 1650 : H.. ... .1 '.! .. ....S-. .. .. .. .4 *5 through Colorado and Salt forms. Separate bids will also 'fce re- V
98 acres of good farming land a I G. ./ .. WM'..., 00 Lake City. This rate la open celved at the same time and place for ;,t.
bargain at .. . . .. .*10C F. .. V.. .. 3 95 for the public. lubricating andJHuminating oils. 'l'he1! V' -:.::

Four blocks in West King Tract E.. ..' ... .. .< ....3 90 right Is "reserved to reject any or alf V, 1.
each. ..... .. . . ... $1000 .V i .3 85 ,', Write Illustrated Literatureand bids and to waive defects If It Is deemed '' "'""
We have numerous other proper ., Checking Account By Mail! C..'. : .. :. .. i.:'V .375 LOW RATES Maps. for the interests of the Government: ,;>} '
Will be
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:you ties to listed consult with us us before and it making would your pay Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. ._.-"..-. made to Denver in July :account in to force do so until and no-Congress contract shall will be have put: .V ,d1

meeting of the fl. P. O. E., The made an appropriation V ;
investment. AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS for the pur-i .
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We are In receipt of advices from Liverpool Cotton Market. National Educational Assocla. pose. John E. Stllhnan Collector. '.!i
the fire insurance companies represented Persons living in small towns or in the countrycan Clean V tion meeting in San Francisco, :: "1'.
...... July 9th-l3th and the National BIDS "t
by us "That all losses in Cal- Jan.r.b 5.67 WANTED.
ifornia conflagration will be promptly open a checking as, well as a savings account leb..Var...........;........................ Baptist Convention, Loa Angeles !I.Bids will be received by the Board" V ': V
and that THEY WILL CONTINUE mail. Such Yar.-Apr1l.....;............................. Cal., September 12th19th. '. of T llic' Works until noon on Mon. V ;':Y'
paid by an account will business men jn. 1 V
give
TO FURNISH! April-May.............-. 5.88 DR.J.H.MOCKDental I. E. REHLANDER, day, May 2Sth 1906, as per speciflr! ;" V
.AJBSOLUTEI the countryand small'towns commercial lUy-Juna...... &89June4iiy V Trav Pass.Agent.. Lcationa on file in the office of this .V: :
INDEMNITY AGAINST BY a prestigethat I ......;....,....... ....Ii.1i Board for the V V>,
AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR Chattanooga, Tenn. t construction of side'walks I
FIRE ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. I will enhance their standing in the business July-August..4u.n-8eptembu,....5.6.85 1 Surgeon.Crown on the South side' of East ;V c : .
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iZaragossa I Street In front of Block 5
world. .
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home and business :
Protect .
your \ September-October 6.74 and

us.gainst loss by fire by insuring :with I It will,give us pleasure to. explain i toyou upon November-Dec.mbtlr Oetober-NoTember .....>....... ;...6.67 5.68 Painless Bridge Extracting S. Work of a Teeth.Specialty. East Old City 20 feet as of follows lot 20.: 91" East feet, 48 lot feet II*' :....
28/2 Palafox St. -t.
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lot 22. West
31 feet 4 inches of lot V :
ESCfilYIBIA request, how to open a checking or saving account LfTflrpoo18poti.eoeKber-JantULf7 808.. 7 and' 9 Old Armory Building..! I [VANSVlU.EiaTfRRt flAUTf R.R.I 22. East 41 feet ana' 9 inches of lot: V V V,:

xlefO',1!! by mail. Phone 1077. I 23. West 41 feet and 9' inches lot .V:,
ZW/2 S. p New York,Cotton Market. I 23. Approved bond for Three Hundred V V V

Telephone 1052. Four per cent interest. compounded semiannually Open High Low; 01<<* and Fifteen ($315.00)) Dollar :. i {'-', .' .
General agents for :State for Home Jauuary,10.M 10.69 10.55 10.55 '"will be required of the successful i' '.V
Life Insurance Co., of New York. -t"paidin our. : savings department. May 11.20 11.33 11.13 11.10 Pensacola Si. Andrews and bi 'der. The right to reject any and' : ; V

< t 'i F'". .'." July 11.01 11.06 10.93 10.66 all bids is reserved. 1 "..
F- August 10.88 10.83 10.79 10.79 A. ZEUTJS' V Vt .,
October.......10.49 10.50 10.83 10.40< Gulf Steamship Co Chairman Board of Public Works. : }, ( ;
December..,. V V ____ __
16,50 10.53 10.40 10.43 25.\pr-<>aw-4-w. :
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SALE
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TARPON..
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. Wheat. .i Aattachment Notice.V ) j.i .,'

Lester Piano, mahogany, fine order, Open High Low Close W.C.JMRROWMaster.PmST.CLAS Q'C Notice Is hereby given of the Institution V. V ,V V
was $350 price now $275, used onlya FIRST NATIONAL BANK _....... 'i9i 'lb' 78Ji1'.a V V of an attachment suit by Mrs.V ; V I
few months. ?10 cash balance J8 ......t 19 'i % 711 ; PASSENGER AND E. B. Hester against Reginald Hestes, V : .

month. Corn. FREIGHT SERVICE _' in the Circuit Court of the 'First Judicial {,

per Irving handsome case, was J300 OF PENSACOLA FLA. 11.,.............Open 48K fligli 47V< 47 Low Close'4 !.. -DewVlu- VVI Circuit State of Florida In and! :' '.L',
:now $215; very little used. .Terms $10 W.H. KNOWIBS Pres. W.K. Hna JB.. V.-Pres. and Cs ier. 1117-,. .......8i} "*' 453 484 # for Esoambia County and the said defendant :.
cash $6 per month. T. W. BBKCT and W.N.ROBERTS!: JUst. Cashier New York Stock Market PENSACOLA.. MOBILE. APALACHK and all other persons interest. I V: ,
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase DmOTo -J'. 0. Brent. W. A. Blount W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hjer, .Tr.. Open COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN- '. ,, ed are required to appear to the action 1.t ,
D. G. Brent. Close
; was $400 now $335. A bargain. SonhernPac1fio..mi.. ..... 64% 62% DREWS. MILLVILLE.And ______ on the 2d day of July A. D. 1906. R, > :>,'; '.

Terms $Ui cash, $8 per month. Copper.....................? 104lf 101 all points on St. Andrew I I P. Reese attorney tor plaintiff. V 1 1(: .;
Mehlin high grade mahogany;' was .1. 8.R........................ l33} 1303 Carrabelie and Apalachicola.Bay, e' 14maroaw3m. .. :..'...,. '
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$450 now $390; rented only few Ath..V........ 8 8 } ; '
months $20 cash. $10 per month. A.B.............,,... ..:........ 149 143H SCHEDULE t : V GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. : ; :. ; i
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Sterling ebony case was $350 now City of Pensacola Improvement BondsDenomination &t| T.\_.......;. .. 77 14" Notice is hereby given that I, Mrs, V V ,
$120.' $10 cash. $6 per month. B.40'...!.. .................. 108i 10&% Leave fei>e&coa Sunday, 8:30 gm. THROUGH'SERVICE ,Minor Holifield guardian of William ; V '
size Irte..t...,....,........ 'O 4J.lI. for Mobile, AlL V. Holifield Francis H. Holifield Minnie '3'
Plotter, large mahogany case; ( ...........,............ 48tf 42tf Leave Pensacola, Tuelda,. 8:30: p. VIAL.&N.E&T.H.and H. Holifield Minor D. V
used seven months was $400 now 1000.00 Each. U. (!S..............".;..........,. 41 39 m.. for St Andrews, MillTille Aptlac'fllcola C&E.I.! Holifield, .:
$275; $10 cash. $S per month. tJ.8.. preferred..:.....,'..... 106 I Carr b l1e and intermediate Dudley Holifleld and Gladys Holifield '\ V
Dated Jan., 1908. Maturing Jan.1, 1936. Redeemable % 104% Vestibule .
Kimball walnut case was $375 used Jan.. 1,1926. 14.g.:.......................... 27 11L. point 2 NASHVILLE Through TO Trains CHICAGO Cillj O minors will apply to the Honorabe /I (''.. '
$185, $10 cash, bal Interest < Henry Bellinger County Judge of Es- (
two years now Payable Semi-Annually.) ." N..V: 141 140H For additional Information apply) 1 1 THROUGH 8LECPEftftM DAY COACHESNEW ..
ance.$7 per, month. ., IMd.........;'.'.'.')0'....,... 75 73,4 V J. R. SAUNDKRS, ORLtm TO CHfCA6TCININd : ( V cambia County. (Florida, at his office, ion i-
All of the above are upright pianos M.P..n.' ...;...... 8l>i 88 E. R. COBB President CARS SERVING All MEALS CM MUTE the 26 day of May, 1906 at ten <.
them. We have 16 We OfferFor Sale These Bonds ...... ........ ."... o'clock thereafter !k "
and we guarantee Subject to Met..... : 110 110 Get a. Frt. and Pass! Art.Pensa.eola I DolL IIILWN. square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c Caa.PM......... ............ J5lir 1 .. Fla. EvNlvLLL ..& XAMVfcU, TIN*. as I can be heard for authority to sell
per week, ; good for practice. Prior Sale. in Amount to N.Y.C ..........i............_135i 132} all the right, title and interest of said
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. V P.O :...........:...;.'..........' 9"J 00% '- /V minors in and to the following des
Pensacola, Fla. Suit Purchaser. R'D'G.- 13% 1l'iSt. % V cribed real estate situate lying and V
.P.,.......................'. 164i 187 being in the city of Pensacola, Es-
.. ...... NASHVillE RAILROAD..COMPANY: :
Correspondence Invited. 1LI..n. ; 5% 24 i ouIsV1LLE. & .
< cambia County Florida to-wit Lot ,
FOR SALE-Three ')'oke of oxen and 15.B..............-..',;;;;..'. ...... 573 : '
log cart; good team in good condition T.O.I........._-,.*...... .... lou 137.F Thruh' ani'L'.1 Time Tables Between PonoIa' a.d PtInU., Nth. !; V VV one hundred and eight-two (182), In "
and working every day. Price sAns.... i.......,............ 138tf, 135 g t< dOVlN" READ UP block twenty-sevn (27)) in the Old< i '.'.'
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA ILL.......... vtr_...... 147ii It'it. I "READ V iralns Nsa.F City tract said lot fronting ninety ; V V
Trains f's.
Co., Milton Fla. 29aprlm -. V 1 ((90)) feet on the north side of West V V

Ausley & C6.'s Daily CoU Letter.. 4 Intendencia street by one hundred and ., ; 'f
:PENSACOLA FLA. li:0: pm 11am: Lv. .. .Pensacola. .. .1'; V 5am 4:00pm eighty (180)) feet more or less in 9 '.
IPOR" SALE-One hack; good horse V V Liverpool. cables were better than: droam: :Z0in Ar.. .Montgornery..Lv.; 935pm;: 11:151w: depth according to map of said city :;..'
and set of harness. Price $225.00 was looked for"this morning,'spots beIriglng'advanced -: t1ia. 9.10pm:: Ar. ... .BIrm.ngham .. .. Lv.4:2V: )'tn 8:33am published by Thos C. Watson in 1884, V V t'.,
\lApply F. B. Radcliff, 809 N. Alcanlz. I some 2 points on 7:2pI1: 3tTam: Ar. .. .NaahvUle. . .Iv. S:45ain: 225anl together with the tenements and here :: :V-
sales of 8,000r biles while coitraetsVwe
Apr29-lw. No. SS03. '' '8QQpmV: ; Yam v. .. .Naslwt1le .. ...Ar. -V8tJamV 2bSarn ditaments and appurtenances thereunto ;'
f up' 3 to 4 Points. The' English V
12am Ar..Eiansvlle. .. ::1J'I. ; Ita. ,.::20pm belonging or 1 In anywise appertaining. V V
; SALE One fire Vic C.W.I.AMAIt. Pnsldint. JOHN PFEIFFER. market closing'steady about 4 points I i.1qpm I V.
FOR large proof F Assistant CssWar.H. "
. .Sl Lo . .I: '. ;' 3ZOai1:50pm V
V 7:40s.m 2 p m Ar. s. .
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tor safe practically new. Double E. CLARK,Vlct-PresiiJeirt ul Castor. I.W. ANDREWS. Asslttint Cuhltr. higher than last night's closing prices. MRS. MINOR HOLIFIELD V
doors. Reason for selling have a '1. The markets"'6'n this side of the Water : 1 g27am. J.v. .. .KhiJS .r. : Am
I Ar. .. ..LoulsvliIe .. .. .tv. $ 9SepciT2am : 25aproaw4w. Guardi zi. V V
larger one. Safe Dept., Wm. Johnson opened fractionally higher but after 2:1h.m 8:88apt ,,
& Son. ISapr THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK the opening call became very 'dull, : .UlflD'. Ar.. .. .c1ncIani 3Q4iP. 5:08pm: V
trading being limited to scalpers! and : : In Escambla! County Circuit Court,
I WANTED-To loan money on your 0' PENUCOL4 FLA. V V this again demonstrated the fact that V Between Pensacola, Mobile. and New Orleans. V State of Florid. In Chancery. Mary VV ,

watches jewelry and personal ef DEPOSITORY OF the bulls were disorganized and weak aLl &.3 441 3'.2' 1&.4 5&.6 Ifuggins vs. Edward Huggins. Oa 2V
DESIGNATED UNITED V-
STATES. :Monday the 2nd day of July A. D. _
fects. Highest cash price for old gold and that constant buying was necessary 7:00am 1j5pm: 11iamjLvPensaCO1a.T'.A.1: : : 1 ampQ"pm: ilSQpm 1906, the defendant Edward Huggins V : ,
and silver. Llghtman & Klein 106 E. CAPITAL STOCK 52C9.0W. SURPLUS $69OW. to hold prices even at present
\ 10Uam 25am {:Upm Art .Moblle .Lv.j1240tn11t5Sam: 2S5p Is required to appear to the bill filed '
wright Phone 1127. DIRECTORS. level of values, the market gradually 6:00pm 7Uam 8:15pmAr.. New Orleans" Lv.1 $':ISpmI.. .._. 9:2kmFl : against him herein. This order to to "
lower.Weather .
\ sagging publshed once each week for eight ,
FOR SIALB-One four ton Ice machine Henry L Covlngton Frank Reilly, p. E. Browner conditions to some extent mMon. Pensacola, Rivcr JunctiOn and Jacksonville. onsecutlve' : weeks in the PensacolaV f .

y complete running now mak J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W.' Lumnr favor the market. From numerous V -21 6 1 l' I 3 Trans! do not stop at stations 2 I 4 I 6 1 22 Journal a newspaper published in .., I,
tog ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Sounders sections come :-complaints: of droughtand Daily I Dal1yDaily\ \Daily where no time is ahowrl \1 l>an1fl lY Dall\D&i! \ 1 raid Escambia tbu ty. A. M.V McMillan 11

Reason for selling installing 15 ton A. M. Avery; V W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura, one private telegram' from Georfeia ... .. 4:5S12V:20J: 2:50: Lv.. .. .Flomaton .AT. I uu: 1Z6V1:5: i.. ::: : Clerk Circuit Court. By k it
plant. :Address quick to T. W. Pace. W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah M .KenzIe this morning stated that unless : G. Aymard D. C., Pensacola, Fla., :
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Getting, ... soo1 2:35 2:55.: .. .. Century .. .. .11 12:40 11 8:21.: V i
Quincy, Fla. 26apr2w* Alex Mc6owln.! C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. rain was had very soon the crop wouldbe April' 23rd 1906.
..... 5:07j.2:413:5: : : .. .. .Bluff.Springs .J11:33 1:15 8:1& .. .
cut very short. However, a dry V.... 5:17: '2:61'30.: ; .. .. .McDnld. ... .['12:2Z': 1:05 &:U6. .. 25 Aproaw8w.' !. 1r_.
FOR SALE-Ten new and second Accounts of Banks, Individuals Corporations end Firms S1 Iisd. May is generally productive of a much .. .. V 5:3: 3:04: .3:36: .. .. ..PineBarren .. ... .t2Pi 12U: 7:65. .... ..
second hand office safes, different Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. better yield! than a wet one as the seed ... .. 5:39' 3:13: *3:50.: .. .. hJinO. .. ... '11:9: 12:43 7:47: ... NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION < 4 "
sizes best makes at bargain does not rot and we thinklit I is en .. .. ..11:5 '12:3'7:89. ... of the Interior Land ,:I
prices. .... .543: ... .. *4:04. .. .. .Quintette : : ,, Department V
Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern tirely too early as yt# to cause much ... tS:53t32G.tll.! .. .Cotta Hill .. .. 'l1U: '12:29: '1:34: ... Office at Gainesville Fla., Feb. 19. .
ment St. 24mar commotion in the markets for the talent .... .. *5:51: : !..: .. .. .. .Cantonment .. s. '11:40: 1:28 : 1906. Notice is hereby given that tha 4

expects such reports all during ..... S6O133&423, ... .. ... .Gonzalez.. .. .. '11:85ft:217:26 .... following named settler has fuel nOtice ',
NOTICE TO DIDATES-Those the' forepart of the season and they ..... tSI03j'3:3Srt5: 0 eo ...Ro!) rts.. .. ... 'UU '12:197:24 ..... of his intention to make final I {,
wishing to make a successful run L HILTON GRkKNC PUSIDUT. .T.MANSJ'IELD B. WILL!: S. VIo..P'Bumnw. are never disappointed in their expec ... '6:1512:4544: ." .. ." .Ollve.. ... s.. *1122; .U:09 *7:15 .. ... proof in support of his claim: '1 '<
MOENO AJ8LCj5tiitCitlzen&
with R. K. B., tations. ...'. *3:511:48.: : .. .Brent. .. .. *11:1: *U:04'7:09 ..... and that said proof will be mad before
should themselves bot.
supply a 6:211
tie of PLUTO., Now Is the seaaon to national ''Bank The movement to ports Is graduallyfalling ...;:. 6:253:5442: : .. .. ....Gouldl g.. .. .. tUU-U:01; : 7:85: .... Olerk Circuit Court at Pensa- : : V
stomach and liver off. estimates for the receiptsat .. 6sd: 4:0 '5:00: Ar... ..Pens"cola, .. Lv. 11:06 11:55: 7:00.: .... cola Fla.. on May 28. 106.! viz: Kata 'i'" V
prepare your of PensaooU Florida. all ports today being 10,000 '
bales :
V 'VlISon. widow of David W. WilsOn,
.NO.:!SPM
against all diseases. Pluto will do .It. jV I [ /
DflforOp.S- still the stocks No.
port are heavy enoughto ( deceased. of Roberts, Fla., Hid e'V'
For sale by all druggists and grocers, GeL W.Wri.fc4.: Korrla Ber. T.K.Welles. Hi*)I. Robinson. L. Hilton Gre,n. draw from for some time to come, IA.M i iS 36546, for the NE % of NW % :. .
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wholesale by Jas McHugn. 5:00 ... ... :.1:00: Lv. ..Pensa.co .. .Ar 1&:50.: ..j 11:15:
4 6 Mft4t BANKING BV8INCSS TRANSACTtO but this necessarily cause a decrease 520.: .. ..... 1:13.. .. ....BohemIa.. .. .. . .... ... ... '10:55: of Section $6, Tp. 1 N., R. 31 W. Het">>
Jin the
I- I I --- visible supply' that.will; frighten S 522.; ......: 7:1t: .. ...Gu1 Pint.. ow VS.. tlln: .. ..i '10:51: names the following witnesses i '
FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. timid "bears and from time to time upturns 5:25.: .. .... .. ... .. .. .s ..Yne3tra.. S. e... ..... .... ..., '10:50 I to prove his continuous residence ;: .
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply toNew : in prices which only make bet. .5:29.. ... .... : .. .. ...Escambla.. .. .... 10:28 '.' .. '10:47S : upon and cultivation of '
Method Laundry. 13Aprll ffL ter opportunities for the strong .. ... 'lU.: .. .. ...Mulat. .. ... .. *10:1' ..., .... 10:36: said land. viz: E. R. Bowman of :',
5:40. .
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shorts to get in, though "are inclined ., ... .. .... .Harp. 'O' .. ... .. ... ..a. .0. *10$2S : Muscdgee, Fla., C. H. Jackson, of Roberts .
:FOR: SALE-95S4 acres of land half 11 ;;::rf' cAc-: CC jii ::!: to think they -might! over sell the 5:45.5:61.: ,... .'u 7; 5 r' .. .. .Galt City.. eo ............ ... .... '10Jl Fla., T. F. Lewis of Canton* '. V .
market and conditions of this kind .. ...... .105 .. .. meat Fla., R. E. HInote, of Canton V
mile from city northwest; 70 acres! WboleuU and BeUii Dwl.r IsI 6:03.... . 7:39. .. ... :MIlton. ( .10:14S
timber land, sub soil clay; 25% acres : always brings aJbout a sharp advance 6:35... .. .. .. ...Good Range .. .. .V..... ....SS 9l: ment, Fla. W. G. RobinsonReg1stetqV V f
under cultivation clay sub soils. Dr. I Steam, Domestid. ,Anthracite C 0 A L intMr. 7:03''... :.," .o. .. ...H its.. .. .. .... ..... ... .4.. tt6: V
T. A. LaFar 518 Guillemarde St and Blacksmith Price since he has lost his command .,7:26.: .... .. ..8:30'V, ... .111l11gan.. V.. .. .. 9:1 ... .... 8:52 CREW NOTICE. V
22Aprll 2w I Offlce-Na. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93.Tari In the Arkahsaw: "Militia! seems 7:40. ... .8:38.: .. ....CrestvIew.. .. .. .. VV 8:38 Neither the captain, own ':
to have'10sl'h rl. as''a bull leader S 8:09 .. ..... 8:56: .. .. .. Deer Land. ,. .. .8:04.: 8:03: ers or consignees of the : V
11 Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 272 : A will be
comer
British "Tapton"
FOR SALE-NIce. clean old newspafice : ... < and, we rather thin'k his natural inclinations 8:33: .... .. 9:10...MoBSy Head .. .... 1:4D: ES for the debts i V
perl at ava cents a bundle.. TUX of will'take him back into the '9:16.,... ... 9:3$... .D Funiak Sprin s.. .. .. 8:13: .t. .... 6:57: responsible V V
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bear camp. Be"predicted: the May S $:30 .... ... 9U.. .. .Argyle .. .... C 7:44 ... ..V.. S 6:42: contracted by the crew of said steam : ;
For, Sale. For SaleV option would sell at 12 cents which is 9:52: i-..... 9:51.. S. Ponce DaLeon.; .. eo' 1:%9 .;. ... 6:20 er. ;': I
nAJ1jrjxnjvxrinrtnriri( "iir*rf< v now aa impossibility and we believehe ...Westv111e.. .. ... 7:17 JOHN TRATTLES,
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FOR SALE-Fine hotel site;; best sit -' .J .10:12 .... ... 10:10: eo 'wp : 6:00: I.PE'SACOLA V
nation in the city for a tourist hotel SALE.-Improved and unimproved .1-FOR SALE-5 room cottage on was selling short most of the time 10:22 .. .. ... 10:15.. .. ....Caryvtl1e.. .. .. V 1U ..if .... 5:52: Master.V ; e V
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet FOR .taaJJLnart t the monthly payments. Newly painted he "was making these predictions, for 10:45 .n. ... 10:80.: .. ....Bonifay. .. ..... 65 .",. eF. 5:2t LUMBER CO..
A. .
r J. positions he might take. Were such .. .. ..Aycock.. .. 6:7 .;;. .. V
looking Seville square and Adams Phone blocks from East Hill car line on N. 11:2 .... .. 10:58.: eo eo ,4:39 V f
Salisbury .fcaildtag.
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street with open view of Pensacola Room "V, ; 23jta 8th ave. G. E. Bredt. 26aprlwAUTOMOBILES. predictions to come from those grand 11:43.... !.".11:07.. .. ...Cottndale,. .. .. .V 6:18: ... .... 4U CREW NOTICE.
I bay $10,000 will buy the property. 11%. 0d] Readers of the past: Hayne Brown .. .....lIarIanna.. .. .. .. 6:00 ,: .- : 3:55 Neither the captain owa- V V
I tlap.r.f V V V, .I .-1 am agent for tie and Sully, it would be worth any man's .. .. .. ..Cypress.. .. .... S : a er or consignee of the Italian -
FOR SALB-One new Kokens- barber Pope Mfg.Co.and can sell you autos consideration, but they were so bitter ; .. .. ..Grand Ridge. .. .. : Barktine ,Luisa, wil" ..V'.

NOTICE TO CANDIpATBS-Those chair; .also ,-s.veralmirrors.. from.5500.00 up. They cost less than ly" criticized by1 ,the ''Cotton Growers' 12:10..1125. .. eo .Sneada.. ..V .IOU'. 53g..2:19: : responsible of for said debts vessel.contracted V
wishing to make a successful run Call or write J; A\ BiUlngsley 'J4 E.. horses to keep u,. They can be run Association that they turned the whole ; ...RITer Junction by the crew E. MONTANO V :.
affair over to them and the result was Ar V.. .Jacksonville.. .. Lv : ; "
should supply themselves with a bottle Government St.Vl3Aprillm_ :: in eand or anywhere a horse! can go.: : : I : Consigned to Master. Capta14.I V
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of PLUTO. .Now Is the season tQ Leslie EL Brooks. a wo'hundred point drop In prices A.'i .1 PM V I A.Y PM

prepare your stomach and liver.' FOR SALE-' Registered Berkshire SKATiNG which 'has never it been regained nordo' :' Trains U and 2 and tttiu 2 and 3 carry through eleep l lg car betwea TRY BOSSO'SCREAM. PHONE 132 .
I AFTERNOON think will be this
or-br editlt. Ask for EVERY we season unless I
against all diseases. Puto will dQ< it.i hogs best Jacksonville via rover Junction ancl'.Seaboard AIr Line.
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WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES AND t by & special dispensation of providence. Pensacola and
For sale by all druggists and grocers, i catalogue.Crl gdtterllnd;. Chlpiey. THIS .V- V SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10J4'i1 '
:wholesale by Jas McHugo. r Fla. .:_V ". __ : I II CHILDREN SPECIAL RATES. | rains 1\01 Oniip.al.

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1 i:: F--------,;Our PORTS fflTlfflE; l ISEXPRESSE.D.BY Tte! 1908 Model t DECISIVE: .r E VOTE .Married-- shapely many Every'of,woman pretty them deplore figure covets,and the a


'RemingtonSholes loss of their girlish forms

\ Birmingham longer occupies the after marriage. The bearing

I. ''Double: or high league pinnacle-of Va1&haand fame in his. what the relics Southern will and be [ [ :, INFAVOR O Of. W DIJJSfI, 4 of to children the mother's is often shapeliness.destructive

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youngsters getting -
i are with its, new billing attachmentsand All of this can be avoided,
handed them right .along, defeats. Atlanta '
I 'SingleBreastedSuits is :putting, the, trimmings to the r instantly interchangeable car-: however, by'.the .ti. ofMgther: Friend before baby comes, as this

bunch.:. .A shutout was administeredto MnOW .ribbon riages,'movement tabulator, is and the two most-com color -SEEDS.[[D great liniaient always prepares the body,for the strain upon it, and

I the.Barons. by the. "Claim-AU-Burg" ,plete. combined preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the

i : team. ,' danger child-birth, and parries the expectant mother safely throughthis
That pinnacle{ of fame, the leadersin J ,. Billing andCorrespondence \ critical period, without pain. It is woman's
r greatest blessing.
I a pennant race is Shreveport's to- (Continued,from (First.Page}
day. It may not ,last long, but the Telegrams from .Mayor' Schmitz t .4 Thousands gratefully tell if the benefit and relief derived from th a
Nm from senate,
: in the
I are cut lon'S'' the lapels way the Pirates are hitting the ball, membership use of this wonderful

.f are long and well shaped fielding and-runnig: the bases is a good Acknowleding .Sympathy) 'and machine manufactured. Designedas which vote would. call, .lor. : only',.a''majority.I remedy Sold all MS

In keeping with fashion'sdegree. I omen for sucess in the-future. Gilks it was for fast service, built for Senator Bailey 'declared'That :after druggists at $ $per otlJer9s
r" I The shouldersare has no EsleY Walt'ers's and 'Moles- Donations 1 hard use, recommended by experts
a eoator ha been can bottle. Our ...
'j sateJh.er( little
broad. On the and it is
made worths on his team. The only old guaranteed against wear, "
b3 no motion to exclude and that it all ab'out _
offered the idealTypewriter book, telling
whole, these garments are timer is "Bad B1ll"-Evans, and he is as ; 'ID
I the, swellest and smartest the best second baseman in the Southern PROPOSED TO GIVE: AN ENTERTAINMENT -! requires two-thirds vote to unS'eaLVarious this ,liniment, will to sent free. .
j other points were raisea! on
that Pensacola will see l league easily today. r e n dJI
which there considerable differ- .
i this year, spring and sum. That thirteen inning game pitchedby AT KUPffllAN PARK ences in the were committee.Bmoot Tie BraH Rtgsltter! c o., Atlanta, Ga. .

mer. Our prices have a little Gordon Hickman for Shreveport ON MAY 11 FOR 'THE;.BENEFIT for producing the most good work in

1 :I wide range that well fit against New Orleans Monday was the shortesttime with the least effort. had several defenders in ..

I all purses from I I an ,eye-opener to Vaughan. Hickman OF THE DESTITUTED OF CALIFORNIA Write'today for fell description. the committee who took exception to -o! .
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is a Birmingham boy. Birminghamhad Local Ageiru '
I wanted for a statement that congress could d- "
PARTICULARS. .
1. 6.50 $25. him on the afQn'1ist for while -THE : unoccupied territory. termine .to what degree religion
: to when he was awarded to Denver, a j THE AR1THMOCRAPH CO. should be mixed with politics.No -$6,700,000 Dividends

deal for the boy; 'could'have.been easily 'Mayor Schmitz of San .Francisco: Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE intimation was given as to the
Straw Hats 50 cents to $5 made for his services but it costa has sent telegrams of thanks and appreciation -' division of th'e committee tha .

Panamas. $6.50 $8.50 and I a few dolars and Vaughan or his associates to citizens_pf Pensacola,'.. : ; FLA: :. 'broad question of whether a"case: on had I to .P Jtcy Holders1
$10.00.Toe balked. Result, Shreveport heads of organized bodies for contributions .
teen made against :.sr oot which 1
204 West Street,
I coughed up the coin and secured Hick. and expressions sympathy. Bay< : would justify report, to unseat him. This amount paid in dividends to Equitable policy hold

I man, who in the opinion of good Hollowing are some of them: ,Florida Postmaster. ers in 1905, which, is the largest amount ever paid in dividends -
judges is the best. right hander in the San Francisco, Cal. Washington( Mar 1.-The president In any year by any life assurance company.

league. He is only 5 feet 5 inches tall Frank L.. Mayes,. Tetley's today snt to the senate the While you have health, you should apply for assurance-

John White and weighs but 125 pounds, but has President Chamber of Commerce, .. nomination of D. M. Kirby as postmaster tomorrow" may. be too jate.Insurance ,
speed, curves and a' head.If Your telegram delivered. Acceptour at Palatka, >Fla.
Phone Atlanta trims Birmingham today heartfelt thanks"f r' your sym- t i1 G n'l A t1I
Store the knockers in the Alabama :burg pathy'and offer of relief. Tea TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. Fire Life: Knowles Bros. Pensacola
225. will get at their hammers and work E. E. SOHI\ TZ, Mayor. .' _
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overtime. They are the limit thjre The taste for Tet/ t-! :!O iiIllRS. ''"''''''=''"''' IY.1''!' tr to: A'4lIi.

205.207 s. PALAFOX ST. Heartfelt Thanks. t . THOUSANDS GO
',!CaL
San .Erancisco.;
I Thos. Johnson and John O'Brien, t). B.
STANDING 'AND RESULTS A. No. 1. l ley's is, the most cull ON STRIKEContinued .4...........t.+4fH44............................ ..

Your telegram of 25th,receive,..Ac. i. FEN6AOOLiA-- 4
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'Tef/ey's Southern League. cept heartfelt thanks, for' your: generous ttired taste in tea. iron Works
: Supply Co.
Won Lost Pet. 'contributions. ( from First Page) : and i

.Tea' Shreveport .. .. .. .14 3. 821 E. E. SCHMITZ Mayor.. pices .of the Socialist party and .the : Manufacturers and ,Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
Birmingham... ., ....14 4 778 -Expressed. Moyer-Haywood, labor conference i FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP

New Orleans.. .* .... 9 6 600 Gratitude San Francisco Cal. Morris DannheisserFormerly composed! of about 160 labor organ- ; REPAIRS ..SPECIALTY.. Prompt attention given to all orders, .
; :i Half-pound 30c, 40c, 55c.Three Atlanta.. ... .. ......... 9 7 563 I Pensacola., izations, a joint May Day demonstration -.o. day or night., Agents f James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and :
Dr. W. T. Fordham, '
Memphis. .. .. 'I .. 5 8 385 received. ( of Dannhefsser Bros.) took place this evening at the : Timber..)) gs.a1s(4aLi1s! of descriptions.. Office phone 123. Residence .
; generations Nashville.. .. .. .... 4 11 353 Telgram Accept our deep Pure Old Rye .andv Bourbon Fine Grand Central palace. It was in behalf 4' phone 1029.() P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. :
Montgomery.. .. ..... 4 11 261 .!'gratitudje. for Have referred to proper Wines. Beer and Tobacco. of the miners now in jails in ........ ..... .........t.. ............ .........
committee
of Little Rick ... .. ,., reply. '
: success. -2. 13 133 Idaho and Colorado.
'- E. E. SGHMJTZ, Mayor.. Old Hickory Whiskey My Specialty .!..---
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Joseph Tetley & Co. Atlanta Yesterday's 7, Birmingham Result.0. From Gov., Pardee. PENSCAOLA.12W. Zarragossa Street.FLORIDA.SHIPPINGNEWS. I Chicago 3,000, 111.Quit, May in 1.At Chicago.midnight ........... .., ...............................t..tt.
Executive ,
i London, England. Montgomery 2, Nashville I- Department last night all the members of the X
State of. CaliQrna.lSact'f.meiilo !
Shreveport 6, New Orleans 2. longshoreman's Union at South Chicago -
J ( : numbering about 3,000, quit the
I. --' 7 Hot i
Water
- South Atlantic League. Hon. Charles H. Bli s, Mayor Pensa .the work of loading and unloading Hot Springs. i1flibiisanda
1' 1ii L. REESE J. .MENDEL: cola, Won Lost Pet [
Jacksonville. .. .. ..9, 4 Dear Sir-Your dispatch of ,Jlprll} : loaders and three ore steamers will

T Reese & Mendel Augusta.. .. .... ......9 5 692 643 having 21! was been received greatly late
Macon .. .. .. ....6 8 429 :As mat er''o"t I be- i steamers are included in the strike the 'ibaths-hot water.
a ct. I
The.Home Tailors, Charleston.. .. .. ....6, 8 429 Arrived. order. '
ieve the dispatch was wired to Seat- Harvest Queen, Brit ,ship, Forsyth:
Savannah.. .... .
Builder Columbia .. .. ... *.....6,5 8 9 357Yesterday's 429 tIe Sacramento: and from by there mail. During transmitted severe to l Rio Janiero to Cleared.order. ., TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. I Bathe in Hot Water at Home. i

-- days following the disaster! in San ''Haslingtcra, Brit ,ss;*).2 O, Willis, I -,. .., .
Result. Francisco, .there was almost""a complete i Its: :
via News with '
Bayonne Newport 2529
always ready if
have allot heater
Augusta 3. Charleston 0. blockade of,telegraph.lines. Dog and "Woodchuck. you > your home. \:\
tons rock.
phosphate Turn _a tapr strika a mat-chand: the.water's .
Savannah, 9, Macon 0. In the name of the citizens of .. Abe Trott, a well known character of : time YOU are.Pensacola. ready by the
44 ol. Columbia 4, Jacksonville 4 (thirteen I California, I desire to-4hanjc the people VES85US; 1))?( 'CRT.Bteirnshlp / Peak's Island, Maine, was on bis way i
innings:,) I of Pensacola for their very'prompt .. to the woods to cut down some trees. -.

and generous action in b'earitfg: aid Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193 'Smith, Newport carrying ax on his shoulder and a I
American, !League. to the sufferers from earthquake and News \\o H.. Baars>}' small terrier dog following at his heels. Gas Company |

Men's' Won Lost Pet. fire in the city of San Francisco.. ,Birmingham, Br. ss, 2612, Baltimore They espied a woodchuck, to which the

Philadelphia .. .. .....9 5 644 Yours very truly ., to Gulf Transit Co. dog chase and drove him into a : .
/ gave
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Chicago. .. .. ..- ..6 4 600 GEO. C. P RDEE, Cayo Domingo/Br 83: 1713 Friend; stone wall, where action commenced at ;t': Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Sfraet.L1. .

Cleveland. .. .. .. ..6 7 462 Governor.. Galveston, to pulf' Transit Co. once. Abe's sympathies being with the .............,..............t..o............ ...j
iq Fine St Louis. .. .. .. ..8 7 533 Chelford, Br.ss; 1707 Wood, Tamp
dog, he decided to take a hand and '"
; Detroit .. .. .... ...,G 7 462 For the Sufferers. co, to order.Haslington. _.
help him. So, putting himself in position i ... .__ ....
Washington.. .. .. ..6 8 429 There is a movemnt on.foot among .. Br ss ,1220, Willis., tiz.i.!' ':!' '= JEn: -
Boston .,. .. .. .. ..6 8 429 local horsemen to give a series of Kingston to Gulf Transit,Co.' with the ax: above the dog, he
New York, .. .. !. ..6 8 429 I races at Kupfrian Park, Tuesday,, May Hersilia, Ger ss, 1295,'Euler 'Tarn waited for the extraction of the chuck. THE BENEFIT TO THE HOUSE
Clotbes. 11. The entire proceeds derived pa, to So. States Lfor. Co. Soon an opportunity offered and Abe

Yesterday's Result. therefrom to be sent to" the California, Kirkstall, Br. ss, 1162, Hinde, Faro, struck; but at the same time the wood- DEPENDS THE PAINT.

: New and up-to-date: tine ol Sprtns New York 8, Boston 0. sufferers. to J. A. Merritt & Co.. chuck gathered himself up and pulledthe
Philadelphia 16, Handsome silver cups will'be award.ed -I Louise Ger s$ 1480,Bohndorf, Antwerp dog in far enough for him to receive -I
: and Summer Suitings, and Trouser Washington 2. If you use Stag paint you will find it covers the surface
ngs,, St. Louis 3,. Cleveland 1. the winners in each event.While to J. Schreyer. the blow, and the dog was killed. easily and smoothly, gives the best appearance and fur
no definite Ribston,Br ss, '2185, Rdbinson, Ride For after in the
'Suits from $17.50 to $50.00. arrangementshave II years relating story nishes a most excellent covering at a reasonable cost
Trousers from: $5.00 to $15.00 National League. as yet been made it is generally :Janeiro,to W. S. Keyser & Co. Abe would always add "And thet dog Paint the house this spring by all means. We sell .lum

Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. ,Won Lost Pet understood. that there will be three Tapton, ,Brit is, 2300. Trattles,Fun' don't know to this day but what thet !ber, rough! and dressed, lime, cement and builders'.hanl-
Costs only $1.50 per month for pressing New York.;' ..... .. .14 3 827 events. One, a mile race, best. two in chal l, to Pensacola Ubr. Co. .' woodchuck killed bim.-Boston Her- ware.
1 three heats. Open to } yida.Nor ss, 976,. Arressen, Cardi.nas :
and sma'l repairs. Chicago.. f' .. : .. ..11 6 647 .al.t :;,,-" ald.
Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana Next a gentleman's driving rae1.Half to Hyer & Co.
Pittsburg... : .. ., ,. 9 6 600 BlundersPhone Mill
women's Clothes a specialty, mile to runabouts, 'best two in '. *;: w, Ships. Company
Philadelphia.. .. .. .., & 8 527 Carton Naval Order. ,
Give us a trial We will appreciate Boston., ., .. .'I... 7 9 438 three heats, and last, 'a match race of Can rAl, ItL ship,1495, Repetts, Genoa 'During the Shanghai riots recently It I 717.' 21 East Garden Street.
business. one mile, best two in' three heats between ,. tq Master. _
your -
St Louis .. .. .. .. .. 6 --_ .
8 429 would seem almost as if some of the I -
two Ophelia Nor ship 1127 Larrsen,
PANAMA HATS -CLEANED AND of the fastest horses in the ,
.v Cincinnati., .. .. .,.. 7 13 350 Dunkirk. marines who protected the settlement .
: BLOCKED.REESEMENDEL .. city. -
Brooklyn. 4 13
'S S.n 35Yesterday's Barn must'have Eeen going about in pajamas
Souvenir programs.wilj: be I
given -
TAILORING. ., the ladies and a good,brass band. will Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, and wearing long hair like girls, Tetfey'sTetley's
Phone 675. 13 N. Palafox
St. 'Result. New Orleans to A. Zelius. CRE
furnish music. for the following is one of the orders r VIEW

-, New York 7, Boston 5. This is a move in the right directionand Luisa, Ital. bk. 1591' Moatano from for the British navy men at H. B. M.'s
--:" ---------- Chicago 5, St. Louis 1. the promoters deserve unqualiflej N Uoth to master. ", consulate: "A church parade will beheld .

Philadelphia, Brooklyn 0. success. The entry list will 'foe open Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136 Bezzo. on Sunday next, for which men Special ,to The Journal.
Cincinnati 8 Pittsburg 3., Parkwood,. Nor ,fak,.. 756, Luntje Tea is I
-- ( Tetley's too
'L until May 10 at the store of, Mr. J. must be properly dressed. Night cloth- Crestview, !May 1.-Rain 5 is> badly
Thompson, 41 S. Palafox .St.COEftEl: guard, St Nazaire to Ora'er. to be in the needed for and 'growing crops .
iI Barrancas 6, Pensacola 4. Precursors, Ital bk Schiafflno 1508, Ing is never worn daytime young this section. fine to be spoiled b '
and attention is called to the fact thata and gardens throughout
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Fort Barrancas Genoa to Rosasco Bros.
evened "up scores his familya the
Mr. B. H. Idndsey paid making.
great men's hair requires cutting
for the defeat administered to the ornooners.Donna many ,
tha past
during
: club Sunday by Pensacola. At Pal Christina Am sen, McLeod, ."-Japan 'liuies.RtSJE. 'Visit to Caryville .'
..:1 P metto Beach.jesterday the soldier 165, Cardenas. week. Follow the direc
L off
(Blr. W. A. Richbourg is laying
: 3'O boys: won an interesting and hard !:: from railroad work and looking after lions.41LL'.
game from the locals by the close Do You Love
the naval stores:work while his part ,
of 6 to 4. A baby You wonder why e cries.
score large crowd witnessed your ner !fe looking after their stock.
the battle. (Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi- these
We are the PIoeej'. Plenty of candidates days,
fuge and he will never cry. Most babies nj 'but nobody else talking politics.

North Hill Won. Coffee Roasters of' : have worms and the mothers The L. & N. has had a large force

North Hill and the Armstrong teams West Florida.HUGH'S don't know it. White's Cream Vermi of men and a work train at work [
enga'ged' in a slugging match yesterday fuge rids the child :of worms and graiaSng: for a new switch to ,be put in
which was won by. the former.by cleans out its system in a pleasantway. by the side of the old
a score of 18 to 10. Every mother should keep a one. The changes that will be
The teams lined up as follows: bottle of this medicine 'in the house. made in the track will be a IUht EXPRESS
North Hill: Motta, catcher; Zelius, BLENDShave With ,it, fear need never enter her great improvement over the present
6 .& wi pitcher; Brawner, shortstop;' McCas ,niind., Price 25c. Sold by all drug tracks which are nearly always !& PREPAID

liii Ip kell, first base; ,Allen Lee White, second gists. crowded with cars which are in the
:9ai.1IlI1 base:){9wmd; White, third base; no equal..Atria!1I way of paissengers" going frcm and

Feil.right .field; Bell,. centerfield; A swell line of Ladies' Ox,", coming to .trains. _
will I .
Smith,' left fleWArmstrong -. convincethecon.noisseur Born: To ,Mr and Mrs. H. F.

: Henry,. catcher; White, that '.we fords, just received. : The Powell 24th tost, a girl.: Mother and *&

pitcher; Wagper' first base Brawner, Wm. Johnson & Son. HandiClt Simpldt-Snrea-mi only"Perfect Safest- child both doing well. -'
__ second base; Quina,third.base; Heard make no extravagant SJWUinjPen.!: No gan! filler '
centerfield.;. LJqhkoff, short -oo ink to ipH-no cloerine
stop Fib-
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: ..MLDIiOULDEDTROUSreAlthough\: ; ley, right .1 field;, Gonzalez,. left field. claims.- : .. SOUTHERN AND UNION PACIFIC or.hiking.! I Do Not be Imposed Upon.
.. HANDLING ALL BUSINESS Too imply pro.the batten(u Foley & Co., Chicago; .originated
la the
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picture)in the filU DELIVERED
pen TORCHAS.BLUM&CO
NOTICE. la _C.Aaah." Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
: ready-to-wear, ar. All those wbo wish, to vote-in the Wholesale and 'Retail Some Roads Endeavoring, to Take Writes the initial it remedy, and on accounts! the great

:- 'custom, made in everything except primary, .May.ltamust. see. that their .. 'Reference Unfair Advantage to Earthquake of Them Sufferers.In 1oGc.h..theEaglej50 papa, merit and popularity of !ftoley's Honey
being cut to individual poll taxes.are .paid not later than Fri. and, Tar, many imitations are offered
It is :
reported froni tha General
: measure; but any trousers of day, May ,4th GROCERSand : for the genuine. These worthless.imitations ;
office of the Union Pacific Railroad
make in size will fit
this .
your J. S. ROBERTS hi.vesimilar sound1ngnanesBeware .
:
Company at Omaha that the is
as if made especially for you. Tax report of them. The )*
Collector. genuine ey's
: all kinds of Feed being circulated by. some of the lines
In this collection you will find : Honey and Tar is in yellow pack- 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.
conservative and cuts terminating on the North Pacific No.t J wltluf 4 brat lOlL JACKSONVILLE, FL?..
extrqme l, mid
StuffsPintO Ask for it <
A swell line of Ladies' Oxl ii. Coast that the Union Pacific is eo pea point-finest vulcanized age. andreluse. any sub-
:: made of finest patterned worsteds Iji.,. tied up handling rilfef supplies for nbbej and folly guaranteed.we. stitute. It: .is the best remedy for

and cassimeres $3.00 _to fords, just r ceiv d.Wimjo1inson. San Francisco, that it cannot handle E.4I ooFJa.h"No.25 cotfihs and/c lds: 'for' sale. f by W.. A. .
J5.SOper pair. other wh gold band.,Sz.so D'Alember! /Ii- OODAll
freight. is .
White and Fancy Washable & Son.' which entirely: er.roneou's E&1. FJuh" No. %6
i WaterWholesale as the Union Pacific, notwithstanding li.ce $3Oo.wit3goW .
Vests, the new styles and
pat. its ma"gnanlntous'e1tortJ budi.$4.00Sc3LiStatla kinds that you want.
terns $1.00 to 250. TRY sasso'S. CREAM. PHONE CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
1325.
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) in forwarding: fooa1"' and other sup- : '
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Joint: Carpenters
and Olbcr Sue mealing FridAy, .May 4Jof
pliejs for the relief of
the
sufferers
and:/:RctL by the calamity in 'San Franciscoand AUtTOUR.D2AI.EIU_' Ufce ana Joiners Locals Nos. 74-107 OAK AND PINE
tell and 459 Irull-
A ,straight Dlalrn .. TOB the Eagle ,. attendance-requested: +
. vicinity is perfecUy able to and .FLASH""nwn Peutbcu .
Dr. Ktndor. -:Vpur complaint is quite is moving all its freight in both directions seed tie retail price direct to .ILPAUL.SENSCC.TOO than can buy
you
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H 0 cheaper
ANSON serious.- in fact a* Bicn pea absolutely -
Jfj chronic New. Orleans Grocery Co : with facility and despatch.TMs' guy.suteed. LATE FOR'CLlASI31'FICATION.. it anywhere. Any size jou
Mrs. AyJiogrThere now, I knew- .. . kind of advertising on the part want.
l;' CASH CLOTHIER Dr. Kandor Yes,;madam, you are of one railroad in its competitionwith Eagle Pencil Co. FOR SALE.

Just a:chrpnic 'complainer. and there's : another is to say. the least, 'in IIII1&aaretw< FINE BED ROOM' SUIT for sale-

; ; Comer Palifoi! and Main. nothing elte ,the matter with )'on.- Jas. McHugh. t :.verr.,1IOQr propriety: taste and and jpft: questionable will 3V/Bmuhray,New York .' .cheap.for cash if.sold in'a few days. L I! G. SEWELLPhone

Catholic. nam Tlmes0. certainly not Call in .E. B._ Hpffman &
Phone 05. Proprietor.: or address
( meet ;with public favor. 614. t
.. Son 57 E. Gregory St. 2maylw ".

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