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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 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Coroner Expects at Least 1,000 FOUR HEROICALLY. RESCUED I REPORTS J RETIREMENT: GOVERNOR IIOCIIRENOMINATED Half Dead for( Something to Eat. ;. ;


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Cotton Men, Decide 1 tliat Radical ,,,, ,

BONDS TO REBUILD Patrolmen Hammond and Taylor the Changes in Cens f -Bureau: ,Accepted d and Form r TELLS OF CAPTURE !',.,'i,t. f;


,Heroes of lI1011gomeryConl111crce Methods is Necessary, Minister; Interior Appointedto p i K'l i .


Government May Be Asked to Street Fire Causes\ $75 ooo Damage- {.;-t Succeed Him] Story of Exp e ri aces Detailed by -;,1' '

I NO, REMEDIES SUGGESTED, !, AND
Guarantee Securities.CALIFORNIA Capt. Maifitano.KAUGHT ';
MATTER IS TABLED MANY RECOMMENDATIONS By Associated ,Press. ;:

Special to The Journal.. the third floor of the Gay building and} 1- fit; Petersburg.. May 2.-The resignation t: rEDWARD ;,i'.
Montgomery, May ,2.-Fire, discovered were not aroused until'the buildingwas RELATIVE TO \ >e i f
SENATORS OPPOSEDTO ,'Are of Count''Wltte7as premier has BUT ILL TREATMENT ';\:.
t at 2:30 o'clock this'morning, destroyed enveloped in flames. Patrolman
PROPOSITION THAT GOVERNMENT .I two large brick' buildings at Hammond who served for six yearss HANDLING AMERICAN.- .d at.' COTTON been accepted. He will be succeeded ACCORDED PRISONERS WHO \

;i I, the corner of Bibb and Commerce as a seaman on the battleship Texas, -WIL.L MEET NEXT;-11 YEAR IF by M. Georgykin, former ministerof 'I T. .
AID BE EXTENDED ON street, entailing,a loss of $75,000. climbed to the top of an aerial fire ,, : the Interior. The official announcement ARE! .OENIED THE PRIVILEGE :, ::_
I Patrolmen John F. Hammond andJ. ladder and the wpman was flung to ADVISABLEE. Yi! .0. a .
THE GROUND THAT IT IS UN-, L. Taylor are the heroes of Montgomery Him by a rope made of bed clothing.In t' was made today. OF SEEING AMERICAN OR j ,';: .

for their gallant rescue of this way he rescued the four per I"t The formal :.statement. was not a WTIAUAN : i ; l
TIM E LY LIGHTING AND t S--CAjT'AINS. .:
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STREETCAR SERVICE GREATLY third -story. of"the burning building. fire originated in the cotton 2.After denouncing created amazeme>}t. He Is LETTER TRANSMIT!EO TO f ,
The main office of the Western sampling room of Well & Co. Washington, May regarded not only as a reactionary, 1. '

EXTENDED.By Union Telegraph Company ,on the The two buildings were owned by the government crop reports, par- but the ''general opinion is that he la WASHINGTON. ; :

ground floor of the Gay building, in John F. Hay and Bros. They will re ticularly those of the agricultural department not 'equal to the task of facing the t>') 4.

which the fire originated, was completely build at once. and passing a resolution that coming crisis. $ ; ," .

Associated Press. wrecked causing'a'loss of $10- The wholesale house of I. Brickman ,the statistical year begin August ]1 Witte's retirement is complete. According to the contents of a :,
000 which is insured.B. .' was damaged,000 and the establishment W. HOCH. letter received here yesterday Captain ; ,;;
San Francisco, May %.-Coronei J. Tilberry and his wife and Rich- of the Phoenix Auction Company instead of September 1-Jhe International By Associated Press. Maljfitano)\ and. the members of ': 'l -

Walsh,said today: "When the debrisis J ard Lewis, a 'cotton broker, and his was destroyed. Both of these concerns Cotton Conference. ", adjourned to- Topeka, Kan., May 2.Governoi the crew on board the fit?hing smack i, .
cleared! away there will be at least I son, Hinn Lewis, had apartments on were insured. day, to re-assemfble next'year if it Is Hoch was resominated practically bj'Silas Stearns of the ;Warren Fish < ': v
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: "t COURT MARTIAL acclamation by the republican conven- Company fleet are ,being treated like ::.'
one thousand additions to the death deemed advisable. ', ':. '
tion this afternoon.. pirates. The captain and crew referred -
roll It would not be surprising if President Maccoll spoke In commendation to commanded the boat men- A : "

the number reaches fifteen hundred." Great Athletic Victory of the census bureau work,but tioneu':', and the smack was seized by :'....r '.
felt that radical changes in the methOds tha Mexican government for some alleged ; : "F"'

WANT THE GOVERNMENTTO Americans of the agricultural* department ON N ALTRE T E violation or presumable violation : '.!,'
For
GUARANTEE BONDS at Athens should be made. To this PresIdent CHICAGO STRIKE[ of the fishing laws of that ; ,; ", '

'Jordan, of the Southern Cotton AssOciation country. ,;' :

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2.-Secretary
San Francisco, May I By Associated Press. Gnu's' six thirds; total 75 points. I North Carolina characterized the the letter and he recites a horrible f!.

Metcalf, special representative of President -'f'Washington,. May.. 2. President I "Great Britain and all her'possessions methods as '"a complicated'system of: fORT tory of suffering and ill treatment .;

Roosevelt here, will\ be requested -. Roosevelt has received 'a cablegram Four firsts, six secondsthree :guessing." Various ren.edies; :were 15 G GROING After the Silas Stearns was seized by ,
and cabinet j from <,James Sullivan, manager of the thirds; total, 39 POints: suggested but as no agreement'' could a Mexican Man of War, the siezed I j' "
to'ay before the president American.,Athletes at the Olympic "Greece and Sweden tied for third be reached the matter Vas tabled. boat and crew were towed to Pro '

upon returning to, Washington, games, Athens Greece 'as"follows: place. At the afternoon sessjjf the reportOf gresso. Captain Maifitano states, IJ It-..

tag plan proposed by James Phelan, 'Americans :won the .hurdle half "Great Athletic victory 'for' Amer the: committee,-:on ,b"Jngr) ginning Woodward that he fend his companions were ;,
chairman of the finance relief commit I'mile and standing Jump todayThe lea. <--- and'handlingAmtyricath Uirton::-,-is.r Einstein Alias Charged SERIOUS[ placed in jail and the courtesy of ,
score for tbe'stAdium ,'evente Is The total number of events was 29 '"
ceived and unanimously adopted It; allowing any member of the crew to "
tee, of having the government guarantee I'ss 1 follows:" in several of which.Americans were recommended that all bales 'be- made With Fraudulent Enlistment see the American or Italian consul;;

a large municipal bond issue by I "Americans, eleven firsts, siX! see- not entered. of standard dimensions; that light was 'denied theifl. They were marched
Francisco' for the of rebuilding and Desertion to under the of armed '
San purpose 'wefeht new burlap be used for bag- a jail escort
the city. This action was unofficially ging, or preferably cotton canvass;: : Building Industry of Windy City) soldiers and placed 'behind! the bars '
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decided upon at a'conference! Spectacular Decline in that ten ties be used/ n all bales with I'j'j without being given anything to eat.

between the finance committee and ... that-all Egyptian cotton,.,style be qf, sold buckle: and preferred bought at;; STATED THAT ACCUSED WAS CONVICTED .'I II I May Be Tied U p-Struct u rat The the members seized smack of the was crew moored placed! and under : ,' -

Mayor Schmitz. Prices in Stock AT A FORMER TRIAL,I the care of armed soldiers. '",
committee be
net weight; that a -appointed Iron Workers Go Out. ,
Exchange .. :;
The proposed bond issue by San to have cotton baled as above i Filthy Cells.

Francisco will be two hundred mil and submit same'for a practical test SERVED: TIME' FOR DESERTION I The writer states that the jail is .. "
filled with filth and vermin and that ; t:
lions, to run a series of years, payment to consumers. ,AND WAS DISHONORABLY DIS-
By Associated Press almost regardless of the prices offered I I By Associated Press raught but ill-treatment is accorded ',

of which will be guaranteed by New York, May;, .-Not ein#e ,theI began with the opening of the CHANGED CLAIMED HE AGAIN (Chicago, IlL. May 2.-Just asVthe the inmates. Captain Maifitano = ii-. :
the United States government. The market and with few rallies continued -MOTORMAN FINED; I wreckers !started the demolition of states that he and his companions \
I Northern Pacific panic of May 5,
money ,wIl! be used: in rebuilding the until the close. The daj's ENLISTED., u I ol d structures :yesterday to make are half dead for the want of food: ,"
11901 has the Stock Exchange seed trading for a $6,000,000new building in
city. was extremely heavy, rising SUPT. DISCHARGED room I Captain Warren IndignantThe :i
such a spectacular decline in prices to a total of nearly two and a half the Loop district, a. strike was call '
Electric! lighting of the streets has a& occurred to-day. Heavy selling, million! shares. William H. alias Walter ed which promises to tie up the build- letter was written in Italian :\.
bEen greatly extended and the streetcar Einstein ing Industry of Chicago. One thousand and addressed to Emanuel Stagno & "
system is making rapid progressin W. Woodward, charged with fraudu- structural ironworkers following Brother. It was postmarked Pro- -
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restoring lines. JUDGE LANEY SETTLES A DIS-- lent enlistment and desertion orders, will drop their work to- grevso, April 21 and received here

Revolutionary MovementIn PUTE WHICH OCCURS ON from the United State? army is now ray and their idleness will precipi--op the night of :May 2. Captain Ma-! :
SENATORS OPPOSE facing a court martial at Fort Barrancas. tate the first important labor disturbance fitano had foresight enough to regis. '

GOVERNMENT AID STREET CAR. The trial commenced'yesterday in the building trades since ter the missive. The letter was ,
Paris Completely Broken afternoon. The court is composed of the 1900 lockout. The strikers transmitted by C. B. Cafiero consular ;

United States officers, of his Majesty the King ol t
Washington, May 2.-That the California seven army promise to stop nearly all construc- agent
i presided oved by Captain Lyons. tion work of large character. Skyscrapers Italy. Mr Cafiero made affidavit "
senators do not consider there
I By Associated Press struck but on the whole, the strike I In the municipal court yesterday The judge advocate of tie\ court is and other large buildings that the contents of the letter hat ;, '
should be effort to ,
secure ,
an govern. Sims (
O. J.
ment aid in the general reconstructionof Paris, May 2.-The city has resumed is breaking up. The painters decided morning Superintendent Lieutenant W. W. Wilson who it is under way in the downtown districts been literally translated. r:
TerminaCompany
a normal appearance. The military to continue the strike. of the Pensacola Electric understood, will make a vigorous pros- especially will suffer a setback. Delay Captain Warren expressed in plain .
San Francisco was. made evident in J. Bartlett, motorman '
and police have "been withdrawnand A few gatherings of strikers were and' ecution of the case. Einstein or Woodward : also is in store; for the new terms his condemnation of such afcrrn : ,
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the senate today. The question came most of the labor organizations, attempted today but were dispersed by for the same company were tried for is being'defended by Dr. Guscoff county court house, where: the Ironworkers of brutality and inhuman
on Senator Newlands's resolution! : Sims
Mr. was
up including the striking jewelers,, have Uie police. disorderly: conduct. and Judge J. R. Landrum. were preparing to begin treatment, as the letter show that if,
directing the finance committee to consider and Mr. Bartlett assessed
.I resumed work. Several arrests for The authorities believe that the vigorous -' discharged The accused when arrested by Dep work next week. is being accorded the members of
the feasibility of the government
interfering with those wanting to re- action of yesterday had the ef- fo.OO, uty 'Sheriff Frank Saunders, not many I The $6,000,000 figure on 'proposed the American boat. Copies of the 1 "
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bonds ,for this I In from Palmetto on
guaranteeing purpose. turn to work have been made. fect of completing breaking up the coming Beach weeks ago, had just left the service new buildings accounts only for improvements letter have been forwarded to Senator .
The California senators deprecatedthe the lact; trip Tuesday night the two I I : Mallory, Captain Lyons in MOo "
Fifteen hundred painters have, revolutionary movement. of an afternoon publication. It is I which will follow wrecking ;
resolution untimely and said I in a war of words, re i
as men engaged stated that he came to the secretaryof operations actually begun yester bile and representatives of the Cult t
they been consulted be- Lulling in Bartlett being ,put off the
should\ have the local typographical union the aay. In the city's Loop district the Fisheries Company in Galveston. i'
fore such resolution Introduced. car by the superintendent. Mr. Sims '
a was Maifitano is
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Captain highly spoken
before'his'arres\ : and asked for a summer promised an actual investment :
h LAKE: JONES IS APPROPRIATIONBILLS stated that he of the opinion, day .. '
was, however, referred to the committee was Typographical Union'traveling" card. of $15,000,0000 in new blocks- of by his employers and they state : 'i-:
nut the motorman was drinking, but that his veracity is of the highest ?
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This was refused him, as the officers The walk-out of the Iron workers i
IN PENSACOLA CONSIDERED :cot; drunk. j of the union state that he had violated vas voted last night Arbitration quality and that ill treatment is one ':
Y. M. C. A. Destroyed.San In the same court Joseph Johnson wittLeing rules and principles of the union, offers made at last night's meeting lof the features of their imprison. ; {-'
and Johnson, charged
Francisco, May 2.-The hand- .-.: Alonzo ana! picious char, which under no circumstances couldbe failed to stop it. The iron workers ment. ,-s, :
x-me buildin;of the Y. M. C. A., which INSPEC- dangerous overlooked. ask for $5 a day for their work.I Captain Malfitano's Letter ; I
PROMINENT turned to the
otters over
*as one of the largest in the country, POSTOFFICE By Associated Press. county. were It is claimed that Einstein or Woodward Contracton offers of $4.60 for four Progresso. April 20. '<',I

was totally destroyed by the recent TOR HERE ON IMPORTANT Washington May 2.-The armp The last named Johnson. is charged is a musician and enlisted in the months and $4.80 for the rest of the Very Dear Friend I write thesd ;';: '.
Ire No lives were lost and the homeof bill read hat. army as such It is furt er'claImed coming: year were> rejected. Aide.' few lines to let you know the position .ij .
appropriation was to-day in with stealinga t
the general secretary, H. J. McCoy OFFICIAL: BUSINESS. captured I
'. There wrs nineteen convictions,I that he deserted, once, I am in together with my crew. ;
at 1104 Alpine street, was not injured -- the Senate tut, consideration was not I of the mechanics engaged in steel and '
: before Judge Laney and $66.00 and, convicted and served sentence one Now then, I let you know that we 1:
and,Js bein'g used as,the headquar- Lake Jones, one of the' best known concluded.- An amendment appropriating -'costs, asse':ed. year and received a ,dishonorable dIs-I construction work the strike will l lI have been taken prisoners by a Mexican ;:j

Ws of the association. government postoffice inspectors in a million and a half for a sup Federal Court., charge. Notwithstanding, this It is I throw out of employment several man of war ntar the Grand Rest .,'

the south, is here on,official business ply depot at Fort Mason was accepted The, following business was disposed stated that he again enlisted under I thousand other building," bricklayers workmen, hod,,. Island. The cause they say, Is for :'ft
such carpenters
No Architects Needed. from his headquarters in Atlanta.' Mr. and also a provision authorizing of In the United States: ,rourlsssterday another name, and was assigned to as stone not having a license to fish in their ,
cutters.
Jones, while a man, Is recognized 1 carriers and ,"
young !
bands stationed time
San : duty with one of the water?, and in quick the same
submarine to Panama
Francisco May 2.-The state cable at a cost
of in-
board of architecture has issued a as the dean of the corps cf nine hundred: thousand obllars. : Allen! Brunson, Illicit still; discharged -, at Fort Barrancas. The accussed arrived towed 113, to Progresso. As soon as
statement to the effect spectors in this section. During 'his in Pensacola, but it Is understoodnever METHODISTCONFERENCE -.vft PM in Progresso they placed '
that the
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connection with the government he plea the or isTnnail without allowing us to talk
Which has gained APPROPRIATION: BILLSPASSED ; !Arthur Mathay, of misname. reported to post army '
currency throughout has succeeded in securing evidenceand It is stated, with the American consul, or with t
the eastern states that architects were THE HOUSE Be/ojamin/ Douglass, conspiracy; band for duty, getting
needed sentencing more; postoffice robbers -... discharged transportation from '.some point in the, Italian! consul. What is worse'
in San
foundation. The Francisco board claims was without that to the penitentiary than any of Washington, May .The House John J. Hunter, illicit still; plea ol f: Kansas to'this point they treated us like pirates, accompanied ,'
his fellow workers in the'south. guilty. If convicted on the double charge by anneo! soldiers, without
there 350 to-day, after the flurry and excite. I
the are, certified draughtsmen instate During the great irial of Machen .ment of the lat two days, completed Will E. Whitehurst, illicit still;; Woodward or Einstein can receive a By Associated Press anything to eat. The schooner, they! '

I I and others who were convicted of the agricultural appropriation f plea, of guilty. maximum sentence of twenty years. Birmingham( la., May 2.-Delegates have moored her fast with chains

crimes against th'postal l laws, Mr. .I bill carrying 47, 81HO and passedthe i' The grand jury returnea:!! four in, are arriving hereto-day from and anchor, and put us in charge .of t,
Will Lend Merchants Money. :I'Jones was oae ,of the,'main 'gove'rn-I military academy bill carrying I dicements,. E. Whitehurst John J' MEETINGS all over the South to attend the gen'I soldiers, and so at present W.e are la fit
'Xew York. May '2.-A meeting of ment officials connected In' : $1,663,115. I Hunter illicit stills; John Lewis,, REVIVAL trai conference of the Methodist t prison, but I cannot tell! you all about

Sew York cothiers! has been called of the cases."Pensacola. grand larceny; G. A. Hood, violation: GROW IN INTERESTThe I Episcopal Church, South, which 'convenes ., as it would require much time. ,
for tomorrow to start a fund from'I is a wonderful city," o: Umber laws.' at the First Methodist churcitcmorrow 'Therefore as soon as you receivi ',
*'aich:,$an Francisco merchants can said Mr. Jones. "I am Impressed with N. Y. INSURANCESUPERINTENDENT series.of rlQ{val meetings:be t morning. The conference;tljs present letter, do me the favor <

borrow ,cash for necessary expenses the energy displayed< \by the citizen ing conducte'J by JjlBarney Butler at will be called to order by Bishop A I to bring it to the fish house, and read

In resuming business. It is explained: and the get up and get there spirit!I SIR HURON, WINSKtNTUCIY the Palafox Methodist church, grow t'I W. Wilson of Baltimore, the senior:I it yourself, and furthermore tell them I I

that the San Francisco business men which is manifested."Yes in interest and another large audience b-bsGp! of the church. Six bisho lie, that we are abandoned by all and -
".!1H be official business, the popular young divine last I' } ; there is nobody that could take oar- -'
,in urgent need of cash in fit I I am here on : DERBY greeted and numerous promlenent clergymen
ting up temporary stores In addition but men In my business are usually night and listened ,to an aWe' dis- and laymen have arrived anal; even parts, neither consul or anybody

to the credit they may have In the I like newspaper men, always! lookingfor By Associated Press course, the- text being: n'he Wages;train is bringing In" others. Th! else.: !

Purchase of stock. The plan Is to something, and, never know any. Albany, N.: Y.H May %.-Otto Kelsey, of Sin is Death"' The meetings will first meeting of the auxiliary"bodies i' Assumed Possession. '; : .
I tend, not give, cash to the retailers'thing until the right time., If I could hitherto comptroller of the state was By Associated Press continue about a week Jonger. took place this morning when the! and two tons of ice, which naturally
and Jobbers whose commercial repu-'I divulge anything of Interest to my today appointed superintendent of In- ojouisville, Ky., May 2.-The Kentucky ,. ,An open'air'meeting will be held tonight I Epworth League }board held a ses, They have taken possession of 'our ', -

tations are regarded as proof that they'1, newspaper friends: I Would, willingly surance by Governor Higgins, in placeof derby, one and one-quartei r at Government and Palafox I sion. Vic 'President' Charles W', boat ana! of four box loads of fiifc,,

"ill repay the sums they borrow. The F do so." < Francis Hendricks, whose' term has miles, was won by Sir Huron by tw o>> streets. commencing at 7 o'clock, to' Fairbanks will be a fraternal delegate 'are bound to spoil, as there fe nobody.., ,,1e ,
loans' remain-here. a few., expired. The nomination Navarrs second which a-general Invitation extended. to the conference wbictr.will b "
are to be made for a limited i Mr. Jones'will was confirmed lengths; Lady ;;; .
t1.u.e: without Interest. j'l days. without opposition.. James Reddick '" :.gi-5 [is session several weeks. (Continued on Page Threel .

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M [' Washington, D. C., May .-:It.l, l is cts Ge.l\ty{ ;

i believed that the .work j0testablish*

ring the power|tplant consolidation at_ p..Gts ple: .s'a"tly
..6n 1 1' M1u ir t'ro wa z t j liiI the Pensacola yard will b$ begun'
I early this summer* The bureau o f :i,; ;J cts'ae.l'efiGi
( I yards an t.docks is pushing with all lly;
(work at othe
possible speed similar
yards. / 'LI +1 : r+; rlr r't'r ,cts truly as a. laxa11ve.: .

The survey; :xm the Massachusetts'
and Culgpa, ;:wijji. slight jpodifirationabav ; ? 'ti. f 9::: Syrup of Figs appeals the cultured and the
been; Ja'p'prbye'iJ the construction ""
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a I wen-informed and to the healthy,
1 board. The ard..also. recom, -:
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mends th ..t'e1Y( 'boilers of'the Bate- ..r".f .. : I'"' 1 component parts are simple and wholesome
cock and -Wikox 'type ba placed n"'r and because it acts without disturbing the
the New York. natural functions, as it is wholly free from

: One, if not both of the nsw battleships :- i ,:. every objectionable quality or substance. Ia

1 \ I equipped authored%dth/turblW by congress engine:will aw toe)it 'fr' :., ;x- r : the process of manufacturing figs are .used, as

:- I \ ; I if 'thought higher-sp a!.:;can be at- : # r, they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal -

tamed with ,these engines. K >, 'i j virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from
\ 'Secau&e"'Qf.;* the earthquake the' : "I an excellent ombination of plants known to
t? } Navy Department decided to rem t "''II,, i be medicinally laxative and to act most bene-

all penalties .which have been stand ;. '. ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy
ing against the Union Iron Works of ''" manufactured the
the genuine- by
Sun Franclscpfe which has, under construction
l D ae '-. ; the $oath Dakota? > nd the
: > t ; iMilwaukee.The": ships. represent an (
'expenditure of about 110,000,000 an'd x :: y

U.L.... the department will indefinitely ex
tend the time for the completion of ( ItI_ 3YRVP
'. the ships. /: M1NA
.,joj If the appropriation of $1,000,000for
submarines is made It is the intention
::....--.... of the board of construction lul t
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I to devote considerable of it to the. '
I construction of a diver larger and 'sR For axle ty afl leading Dnggiita, In original packages only, bearing tfielaQ>
The great efficiency. and reliability cf Panderine as a hair IM..K and scalp regenerator have won the i eenftdenee; and I pore powerful'thn' any now con:' ?.,i t 5d.-/ same of tie Company.

' used ranN.\\\\'i1Il.K.; \ \ "or of medicinal-that people throughout,has the ever been sold or, bandied It has attained by the Drug a larger trade sale in and this is country.more generally. i Etructed. It Is;,to 'be 150 feet in ;
.... the;scalp healthy and fertile and keeps it so. It is the greatest scalp fertilizer and therefore the length with a displacement! of 500 I ,__ _
d7 the world has ever known. It,is a natural food and a wholesome medicine for both the hair ,
and
tons
f and scalp. Even a S5c battle it will put more genuine life la your hair than a gallon of any other hair tonieever .. caipalble! of making 15
mao It shows result from the very start. i knots. **t*+*M+AM/+*/+*+** v.v.v-.hV. 'YM
at all druggists in THREE lit is possible that the Topeka will Marine Grocery Co.
I SIZES;25c, 50c and $1,00 per bottle. I succeed the St. Mary's ras the school: <;

'. I ;.Tb'showbowquickly =:::= : wewill send alarge sam.' ._ I:ship at /New York. The question Iii : 604606, 60S. 610 3, Palafox St. from 75 cents to 4.00 each :
ple frt by return mail
FRE i'i sends this advertisement,
i now under consideration by the F FLY S C R E Er&IS E
, s;". to the Hnowlton Danderine o,with their name, Strips and Wire to make < ;
4 ODd address and ten cents is silver stamps to pay postage._ I Navy Department._ Phone 725.
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1. *. ?.*- .j your own Screens.Phone .
- Sciatica ; V. J..VIDAL Manager.
'''' Cured After Twenty Year t ,
: .of Torture. I 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
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was 'in "our neighborhood. Wednesday CHOOSING A 'PIANO. s For' moreJlhJi.tenty: years }{r.;! We will sell for ten days at less ..... ........... ...... .. ................... ..........
t and Thursday. This will not,be a difficult task If B. Massey, of S322 ClintOn St., Minneapolis : than cost: v. .T....... ...!'...... /tN+I\v..........- ..-.v.-.. .. ... .. ............................,"V
!it Mr. ''Fred : No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
.Hen'oterson
[ PONCE deLEON'' has just returned you come here lo select There's Individuality ; -Minnlpwas*.tortured by sciati I
lOc -
trip in from New a Mexico.few- weeks pleasure' ,of tone in everyone of .ca. The pain;and suffering which! he: per Smoked pound. Halibut (very fine) \. -
ours-Kraurch.& Bach, Lester, Pack' endured during-{ this time is beyond
Miss 'Sallie McKinnon left Wednesday 'I Blood Red Salmon, 10c per Ib.
\ -- Special to The Journal. 'for Pensacola. ard, Cussell and Clutter Their tone 1 comprehension. Nothing gave him Holland Herring ((1n kits) 60c per
any permanent relief until he used
t :
is rich Tackle
,
Hammocks
pure,
_delicateandyet of great Fishing
Ponce -DeLeon, May 2.-Dr. Av M. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One application kit.Kaiser ,
Folsom, of Victoria, Ala., has located SKATING EVERY AFTERNOONTHIS carrying power.CLUTTER.MUSIC ,of that liniment ;relieved the Herring (in tins) 45c per
here! occupying the office in the' WEEK, 4 TO 6. LADIES AND HOUSE, pain and. rest tin.
madejjsleep possible,
and. .
: Moore .building recentlyvacated: by I' CHILDREN/ 'SPECIAL RATES. Pensacola, Florida. and less, than one bottle has effected Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c You' want them both now. We have them in abundance and
'[)t. E. '!Porter !.Webb. a permanent.;pure It troubled with ,per. pound. variety. ;Will be glad to show them to you
Mrs. W. S. Mathews, of DeFuniak I We'have a fresh stock of Imported
Springs, spent semi days in town I ** .' ** 4p'if sciatica 25-cent or bottle rheumatism of Pain Balm why and not see try tfaccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tomato Ode's :aOO] s1x r8.
' last week on a visit to her mother OLIVE I Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes
i I L I for
# PIANOS AND ORGANS. # yourself how quickly it relieves Phone 235. 213 South PaiMlox Sfrtcf, PellllDD'a
;hire iR. C. Gavin, leaving tor her! # CASH OR ', EASY TERMS. # the pain. For sale by all druggists., Navy Bread Pilot Bread Italian Hard ..
tome on Monday morning last. i # All.,Piano- Work:Guaranteed. Tack, Boston. Brown Bread' French
Hon. D. J. Paul, ex-representative! # CLUTTER & RUSHING # Bread, Russian Caviar .and imported
r t sni1!' candidate for reelection from Special to The Journal. 'i$< 12 EAST GOVERNMENT French and Italian Sweet Oils.

: Holmes county, in the coming primary i iI Olive, May "..-Mrs. D. M. Merritt ... PHONE 476. ST 3* 1[ BRENT I We- carry'the only full line of Francis METHOD
hands with his
shaking '
was hats Just returned from the fifth Sun- di .Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'scanned NEW LAUNDRY
'r; ', many friends here on last Saturday.I, day meeting. We are in hopes of I $ ** ** *. goods in the city. Gulf City
f. Mrs. Chas. Q ton left on Monday 1 getting the next fifth noting here. Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard, ,
I: morning for Chipley, Fla., and will (Mt.-'Jamea Majors of Myrtle Grove Special to The Journal. Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden PHONE 1186' E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMANASTyJ.RED.
I spend the week visiting relatives and was the guest of his parents. here '$ I Brent May'I.:- We are hating Some Rio Coffee for sale. They are all
friends: there.
I Sunday last. lovely weather now only It is rather high grades and give perfect satisfaction
: continues ,
: The weather very dry .
(Mrs. Nettle Brewton and little son i Amusements dusty and a little rain 'would be ap
farmers .in are
I here and many cases I I'Ii
relatives and
; trable to secure stands of corn, Clyde are" now visiting ''predated .by alL t
friends- at this place. candidate
number of
Quite a spoke
; cotton and other crops for want. of
; 5 moisture. Mrs Mattie Harper and sister, H$ I her.9 last Thurs, y night at school NO
; Our local fishermen: continue to ifrs. .Alice Creighton, made a flying No. 26, at an ice-cream supper given Tetley'sThe
.: !bring in fine strings of fish, and trip' to Pensacola Saturday last. Lawn Fete Saturday.The for the benefit of the Baptist church. o
< "fish fries" and picnics are frequent.McKINNONVJLLE Miss Maggie Owsley" was the guest Junior Auxiliary of Christchurch dayair.. Louie !Freshen returned Satur-
0: MissAnna Creighton part of is preparing a lawn fete for morning from New Orleans and
the past week. next Saturday afternoon at the residence reports a fins time HAGANAMCOCB :*
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Merritt and. of-Mrs. Maclay, 35 East Wright Mr. J. El Spoon who attended the The first India and
) I little daughter Eunice and 'Miss Dan, street, that promises to be a most delightful Confederate! Reunion at New Orleans r
: nie !Pau}. were the guests of Mrs.Merritt's ., affair. It will befein.at. 4:30 returned Sunday morning. Ceylon tea tn America
I mother near Ferry Pass p. m. and continue during the evening. Miss- Annie !Allen left Friday -17
Sunday last. '! There will be a May pole dance, a morning for Dolive, Ala.: on an extended years old-wasTetley's.
I !Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 'Davfe and family .: Gypsey tent where fortunes will be visit to her sister, Mrs. Frank .
Special to The JournaL and Mr. and Mrs Will Ruther, told, Westmark _
several pretty charades,.a sale of
McKinnonville May 2.-Mr. D. C. I ford and 'family spent tKa evening i iI fancy articles, and numerous other Miss Laura Herrington spent the First to-day. : rt
fjendersoa> made a flying trip to I Sunday last most pleasantly at the I entertaining attractions. Refresh day at Century Sunday wlt\} her
;Fensacola last week. .,bay. i ments will also be served. No admls niece Miss Dollie Berry-
Mr. A. L, McCallum and Mr. Lee Mrs: Walter Taylor and pan Wale sion will be charged. Messrs. Lucius Stanley and Reub t
Waters' attended church at Pleasant ter and Mrs. D. M. Merritt and en. Hart, .of Pensacola attended the
Grove Sunday. ,daughter Lizzie spent last Thursdayat Stomach Troubles. ice cream supper here Thursdaynight.
Mrs. Morgan of :Walnut Hill, -was Skinners milL They returned .
the guest of Mrs. D. C. Henderson with a nice string of fish. I Mrs: Sue Martin, an old'and highly Mrs. J. E. Ashlon, who has been GreatReduction '
One day last week. Misses Lizzie SLerritt and Mozelle respected resident of Faisonia, Miss, very' ill, is convalescing. il
We are sorry to report the illness Harper and Messrs. Robert LMerritt'r. was sick with 'stomach trouble for .Mr. 1. N. Herrington, and daughter ) ED RO
tot Master Vivian Jfenderson.IMrs. : ttrwin Holmes, Mr. Joseph Me- more than six months. Chamberlain's Miss Inez and Mis- Annie Allen,
Moore was quite ill last Kinnon and Mr. Charlie Wheat, allot Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. attended church at Myrtle Grove,
tweek.'I Olive were among the guests at She says: "I can now eat anything Sunday last. in
Dr. R.( G. Buckner, of Muscogee. I the party given at Mr. Charlie Para I want and am the proudest. womanin -Master John Berry of Century 1 iI Is: ,.
made a professional call on Mrs. A. zene's Thursday night last. I the world to find such a good med I OF. a visit to his aunt, Miss Dosia
sip. McKinnon Thursday. dr. and Mr?. George Harper maote cine." For II sale by all druggists. Wright.Mr. i ;ELI The GreatiHome,

: :' ,:Y'r, O. M. Merritt, of Muscogee, a flying 'trip: to Pensacola Saturday.if' ,. ( Jung, of Chicago, and bride
.1 ''I formerly Miss Minnie Newell, returned
Drink All
For
, -- from a vi-slt Mr.: Jung's parents ,

II Ii J A n I A AN INSIDIOUS FOE I GULL POINTSpecial Quite in a Mobib crowd(Sunday from here morning.expecttc Eye Glasses IndigestionThe

attend the barbecue at Ferry Pas
..flftLIJI.U\ I .
Sunday.Mr.
: TO HEALTH. to The Journal. j
' ;j< Gull Point, May '2.-Quite a little I Buford Allen, operator a t t .._ -<5 --
J. Malaria is which Cantonenwnt, was on a Visit to his -
I an atmospheric poison we'unconsciously breathe into excitement occurred here Friday! .
:
!t BUT fooga through the impure air arising from low, marshy places, stagnant morning when the tar and turpentine parents,)Ir. Sam last Riddlehover week. of
.I ponds, damp cellars, sewer pipes, improperly ventilated houses, decaying plstcaught fire but the flames-were, Milton i.
was visiting here Sunday. The of
g'vegetable. matter, etc. Day after day these germs and poisons are taken into extinguished by the help of some We are now selling"awkes' great value a real,
.1! the lungs, and as the blood passes through them it becomes infected with the en..Mr. I
-k- poison and in its circulation distributes the microbes of disease to all parts and Mrs. Holmes left for SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN.: genuine Ginger Ale as a
of the body. Malaria is a very insidious disease; it gives nowarning of its Chicago where they intend to make -+-
:t coming until the circulation is filled with the poison and this foe to health their MisS future Amelia home.Fleming A Preparation That Will Destroy the remedial agent for Indigestion has
: and
: has the system at its mercy. The blood becomes polluted, thin and weak and Mis Dandruff Germ Discovered. -
its slow, irregular circulation fails to properly nourish and strengthen the guests Esther of Thatcher'Dir and of ilrScXL Roberts A..are Ward.the Finally the scientific bas' discovered $2.50 Eye Glasses been f thoroughly and satisfactorily:
a certain
'I: body.. Then the entire system is attacked, and if the germs and poisons oi i Mr. Louis Levy made' a flying trip druff. (When remedy for dan-
It first Ale.
became known Red Rock
; Malaria are allowed to remain the strongest constitution will break down. to Pensacola yesterday! that dandruff is the result of proven 6y GInger
'if- No one can feel well when the system is in a malarial condition; the vitality Mrs. C. A. Waitf has been on the or parasite that digs into ,the a germ scalp? I for
?r is weak, the appetite poor, digestion deranged the complexion grows sIck list for the past week but is i m- and sapj .the vitality of hair at th This statement is sustained by the fact
: sallow and the entire body feels the effects of the poison. Malaria must be roving root, causing falling hair and ba.M.ness and ethical
? removed from the.system through the circulation and the only medicine that Mr. Fonda Seals .of Pensacola wasa biologists set to work to discover :, $1.25 that eminent physicians !
.i' can accomplish this is S.S. S. It not only cleanses the blood of all unhealthy pleasant visitor here Sunday._ some preparation that will kill enthusiastically recommend it !

;+; morbid: matter but destroys the germs, cures Malaria and restores this vital Mrs. WarfleM, of Harris, Fla., was the germ. :Alter a year's labor In i t. and use it in their practice.On .
, t fluid to a strong, healthy condition. S. S. S. the guest of her nephew and family,, one labratory, the dandruff germ Kites- 1
Mr. and Mrs. .
I is made of roots, herbs and barks combining) C. A. Ward. troyer was discovered; and It is now -

f' S S S purifying and tonic properties which keep the embodied in' Nevbro's Herpicide. It sale bottled at all groceries, and on draught at soda fountsmBBHHHHHHHR -
( )
, Cockroach prevents baldness,
i 3 blood free of all poisons and. the system ia Exterminator. stops falling hair
. e perfect: c nditiD.' While destroying the A strong decoction'ot, .common poke and speedily eradicates dandruff. "De W A D'Alemberte r
, PURELY VEGETABLE. germs.of Malaria -andbu diDg up the weak, root, mixed with an equal quantity of; stroy: the For cause sale, you W.remove the 'effeet" ,,
by A
' black molasses/boiled to and DUlem- H
polluted blood S. S. S. gives tone, and vigor a.sirup : lerte, druggist and ---- .
. :- to the entire system. Book on the blood and any. medical advice without spread upon bread, ts.s and:present I South Palafox apothecary, 12} Druggist and Apothecary --- '
street ,
:,t ] charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.Iz death to cockroaches...- They eat 1t! sump for sample to or The senor Herpicide< lOc in : The trade can be-supplied with pints and quarts by the

-> greedily. and die. 'Coy Detroit Mich. r hi
I South Palatal
, > Street PcnSlcola, Aa.f I CONSOLIDATE. GROCERY CO., Pensacola

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a F-ISRERMEN[ IN How 1 Names 'V/ill/ ,Appear on I the t 4"V'" ;:-.jH..l<, ...


Ticket to Be Voted on r We Will Offer the Following : l :. .




VILE[r MEXICkN'r [ N UNOFFICIAL MaylB BA'lJLOTT t.. 'PREPARED-. Extraordinary Bargains I ;V c>},! i.tft i-


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BY THE JOURNAL FOR :THE BEN: :,
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EFIT OF 'ESCAMBIA COUNTY
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If you have an observing: eye.If 'r .' '

know thing." : :. )LECTORS"' IN ORDER THAT : 15c,to 23c per yard for;______r-_-_ _:__----IOC ,F :!
a
good --cc
you .
"* '' ;'W i -::----. THE ;MAY'BE' : FULLY ADVISED 29c to SOcper yard for.___________,*_____________70C "JJ. .. ,
realize the importanceof (Continued from _First Page) EM'B"R"E 0'1 DER'I'.ES'WOrJh ,
If you 59c to 75c.per yarrf( r-.;__._;-i;:___i ___!________28c ;
appearance. on board. For (our days we have .IN' THE PREMISES.In ; .
a good 85c $1,00 for----------i.------------: 49c "
gone right and left. Send a representative ... to per yard : .:. ... I

If you think gray is not your : to settle this ..matter > I ,.:.y.' '. e
!Monday when the wind was blowing order that' the Escambla county J" :{

color, you have another "think" that strong' 'northeast wind,' we electors may become, familiar with the 59c to 69c per yard, now only________L__.___________32c i '. .

coming after seeing the new left rland fishing miles and' proceeded distant and,for wentto the form and arrangement of the namesof 75co-90c per yard, now .only,______ ___ ________47 1-2o -; -
thirty the various candidates as they will S I L K 5wofth ; 1 c :
shades that run from fawn to shelter. appear on' the official ballot to be'vot- $1.00 and $1,25 per yard, .now: ; only ____jjz_- __________65c : !

steelIf After Food. ed in the primary to be held May 15th -40c. per. yard, now only_,__,.._,__'------------- -. --------20c }t: _
dark \tin the to The.Journal. unofficial : .'
meantime we went over has prepared an h
you are particular we par. the light housekjper; to get some ballot which"will"be found below.In .- S ..,J,{ ,
bread or a little flour! ; ana! he gave 'signifYing your choice for any dWashGo '' '
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ticularly want your Inspection. u& about ten pounds of.' sea biscuit candidate the voter should remember d.sALL.AWAY'BELOW : .
After the second day we went out.in that.a cross mark must lie made before hams and
NANTS' ,
order to proceed to the same placewe the candidate's name, or on the REM' 1r.
left for about ------------- ,
and
had fishing left hand side If the cross is made I J;
eight or nine o'clock we were ,over 'on the right hand side the vote will Damask -----------ACTUAL COST 'r!

taken by this .Mexican man of war i, not count for the office in which this '.' t. .
about ten miles distant from (said error is made.. \ .

s Island and fortunately we" had no Any marks appearing on the ballot Mill Ends of' White 15c Swiss for i ."
=_ fish deck 'and not ----- ',
,on ; were fishing
(other than the cross) for Identification' '
otherwise they would have sent us 'or mutilation, will invalidate I 15c Printed i Neville Batiste for_________ ; !
'SVNIS'S BATISTE 83c
tc penitentiary for life. The commandant same'and the inspectors of election I an 15c D'Entell Organdies _
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of the man of war told us will not? count the ballot. :

that---, ho was---- gointo'take----- us-- to-- -Progresso --- The,ballot'asjprepared: is as follows:' 19c Organdy Gauze for__.__;___________ ....
=- to. take: our o'eclaration, sand Unofficial Ballot. a
COTTRELL \e declared that we were filching 60 Democratic Primary Election held ,. '

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. miles distant, and this has been our May 15,1906. Make\ a cros (X) mark i ": ;
Pensaeola. Fla. salvation and that of our boat. We before the name of. the candidate of in small HALF j
...- _._- went into the Island for force-mapore your:choice) ,:. *- ONE lOT JAPANESE FLOOR MATS' PRICE' ,
and for a little flour so you can tell I sizes, at
DIAMONDSSomething our owners that this is what haj- .
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For; Representative In Congress.
here. Ask him to 'forward the .
Neatand New Them pens -
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forone .
(Vote ,,_ )
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for the boat. '
document4
necessary ,
W. A. Gahlenbeck. 218 S. Palatot St. I.
We loose our labor. We. are in WILl!IAM B. ilAMAR.JEFTFERSON :; ; :

TURTON &. BELL. prison and half dead for somethingto D.' STEPHENS.For SOc_ HAMMOCK PILLOWS for 29c ;
\ eat and full ,of body lice so we .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870.. beg 'you to come to our rescue as Justice of Supreme Court

Kodak Supplies. Finishing (for Amateurs. soon as you canlI (Vote for two) '
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\ salute dearly all the friends. :
R. K. WHITE .(Signed) Giovanni Malfltano' e THOMAS..A;:: CLARKE' HAMMOCKS SPECIAL CUT PRICES Y

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate companions. ,. CHARLES: B. PARKHILL., .
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Optician,.30 S. Paiafox Street.Pensaeola. Fla. The Settlement. J. B. WHITFIELD. ,' "
From what can be learned it seemsas I ,
if the Mexican. government is de- For Railroad Commissioner. .
sirous that the siezure of the vesselsbe (Vote for two) !
Tersely ToldH. taken up with the authorities in ;

the 'City of Mexico. Why this procedure THOMAS! J. APPILEYARD. H. L-annon a Co ; :

C. Kirkland of Lovedale Fla.. has not been .sO far ascer E. B. BAILEY.R. T.

was in the city yesterday.D. tained. HUDSON BURR '
Vessel Boarded.A :a, a

Hale Wilson returned yesterdayfrom telegram received in Pensacola For State (Senator. .. .. ._ .... .. .,... ... .... ..'. .,
Mobile. .' -. .. .. 'is
to '
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business _
.trip ,, .._
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the -
a the that (Vote for < ;
conveys information one) .. .. .. \. ,_ .-____: ..__ _4i_ "i..c.""" ',...... .... :!i";;": .mss .. i ".'".", ',.... 'J5.- : : '
"bargainhunter" schoonerAloha' was cardd> by per i.._ "'- ._....- to--- .-..... -. _._ .. --- _ .__ u_, n '". r .-,. .a."<- ....___;; >..,.; :..._.,,*:- ;!.;
real graduated ----
The -- -- 'T'r: ,
read the want ads. as sons from a 'Mexican cruiser while JOHN ..S.BEl ''RD..if .8 ;
\ learns to fishing four miles off &hore on the .'7 --,.,.-.-....-,: ,

closely Deputy.as United the store States ads. Marshals J. west side demanded of the to gulf.see Mexican papers and officials For. 0.County'BAGGETT.Representatives.M. DEATHS and f FUNERALS l r II AMATEURS SCOREDISTINCT OP ERA l1 (0!USE

D. Screws, of Boni/ay, and G. W. Hud C'HAS1.: OOSTON.. I I CHIPLEYSpecial j //It, !
log.The
SOD, of Grand Ridge, are attending interests of the American boat, M. JACOBY. Mrs. W. N. Louhsberry. HIT
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the session of the federal court.S. owner's" and the members of the dif: J. E. LONG : The remains of Mrs. W> N. Louns- MAY 4th 1906

I.. Fulgham the architect has ferent crews placed in jail .by the i GEO. T. MORGAN. b'eVrjY sister' of Mrs"'FV'A.: : 'Boghich.w ,]\ ::'
Mexican authorities are being looked JERRY J. SULLIVAN,..JR. re laid, at'rest'yestl"J\8.Y afternoon j! '"
of the proposednew
completed the plans I "JUST FOR FUN" WITNESSED BY
after by Senator of Florida from the rest Mr Julian Walker
Mallory The funeral occurred. The Journal.
Knights of Pythias !building and For to
I i I County Treasurer. ,
Senator Morgan of Alabama and. of F. A. Boghich at 3]
dence Capt. W. B. Lamar
they will be on exhibition' in one ofF I (Vote for one) j Chipley May 2.-Hon. A LARGE AND APPRECIATIVE
Senators! Bailey and. I! Oulberson of accompanied by a
E, Brawner's show windows after o'clock and was candidate for congress from BASSO ,
9 o'clock this morning. Texas. JOHN G. WELSH large concourse of sympathetic friends this congressional district, delivered AUDIENCE.
J. E. WILLIAMS.THIQS. and relatives to the grave in St. John'scemetery .an abb speech; to a large and appre- In Song RecitalAccompanied .. '
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i BLUE RIBBON VA. GALVESTON I f ciative audience here Monday night. t
"REMEMBER ALSOTELLS F. WRIGHT .,, "Just for Fun three-act society :
conduct by
hostof
A STORY An impressive'service.was Mr. Lamar has a friends here
NILLA. EXTRACT is absolutely pure last night toa
ocmeo 'Y was presented
ind so highly concentrated that you -. For Tax Collector. ed-at the residence by Rev. J.. S. SUi.I 'who are are' always. delighted to hear large and appreciative audience at Miss, Marrie Maloney. <
get perfect .results by usin'g' only a By Associated PfetS.: (Vote for one) I ley! assisted by Rev. W..Q. Vreeland. .him. the Pensacola Opera House. The :
small quantity. Galveston May 2.-Manager: Munn. .. The deceased up to one year ago was Thy Sunny! schools of Chipley hada cast composed of local talent
of the Gulf Fisheries to- : where she had six miles was Regular sale tickets : t:
Company I N. McK. OERT1NG.' [resident of Mobile picnic at the Peel Grove who acquitted themselves In a most .q
received dispatches from Pipnsacola J. S. ROBERTS. many friends who will regret to learn'of South of town on the new railroad. creditable manner. The house was, COE'S BOOK STOREWEDNESDAY ;; '
Straight Aiming Underground.In stating that \\t>rd-: had been received 'I her early demise. Deceased.leaves Mr. Miller'very kindly tendered his crowded with the elite of the city I .
driving the long Simplon tun- there from the 'crew of .the fishing For Tax Assessor. a husband and six children and a large,train to the Sunday schools to take and the audience was enthusiastic MAY 2 :.
nel under the Alps a fine test was smack Sallie Stearns, which was (Vote for one) number of relatives. The floral offerings them out and back which act of throughout the performance.Miss ';
: $1.00
!offered) of the accuracy with which seized by a, (Mexican gunboat that W. W. RICHARDS.For were numerous. kindness is highly appreciated by Lillian Gladden as Mrs. Fitzgerald 75c and 50c. ;f
science the the ten men taken from the schooner all who attended. A large crowd attended Mandeville de Smythe, awouldbe Late Dummy ,::..:'
ngineering guide
can were held in prison and that communication Members Board of 'Public Instruc and all returned home feel- ,
direction :of two parties of workers 'with the American con tion. ,$100,000 FIRE ing refreshed from the outing. clever society in her interpretation leader was extremely of the ; .

starting twelve miles apart so that sul was denied. The cargo of fish (Vote for one in each district) I Local politics are warming up difficult: role. Miss Hilda Blount in I Tetley'shas "

they will meet in the heart of a was decaying. .: AT MERIDIAN'' quite a little. I the character of Miss Edith Morton,
mountain. Three principal ele- Manager Munn succeeding in get District No. 1. Mr. E. N. 'Dekle and Mr. A. D.I) western heiress, niece of the .
a
ting a cablegram to. the captain of WM.' E. ANDERSON. Campbell visited Marianna on 'business
ments'had to be calculated-the total of the schooner of his, company, District No. 2.H. yesteraky. would-be society leader, was all that the :r

length, the level and the direction which was seized, but was able to G. DeSILVA. ... By Associated Press. We see numbers of prospectors In could dash and be desired.!vim, which She displayed is character IjM

:as to right or left. When the learn nothing and fears his. crew District No. 3. .Meridian. Miss., May ',2. 'The Winner Chipley daily looking for locations, istic of the true western girl. Miss ; ,
shared the same fate, ofthe Pensa- W. M..AGERTON. there is not a better place in all has hold .
two bores met in the middle"it'was ( -Kiife Company department store end Blount showed a thorough trainingand a upon f
cola and Mobile boats. W. B. HUBBA'RD. burned here The this section, as the future of the townis histrionic talent of a
found that the !length, the least important r was early today. displayed : f.-
i For*Supervisor loss is one hundred thousand dollars, i brightening every day. high order. the finer tastes :
of
of f the. elements, differed i Registration. It is understood that the new rail- a; .
Hunt, in the role of
| (Vote for one) fully 'insured. Miss Cora .
to be intending t
about inches from
only thirty-one road which was supposed
I Jane McCarthy an Irish maid madea It lets : :
the calculated, value the 'differencein to go. by Cottondale, is interpretation never go.
distinct hit by her superb -
Lawn Fete W. M. SCOTT. "
level was l less than four inches t changing its survey in the directionof of the character. In fact '/" .tJt .

and the error in direction:from one ., For County CommissIoner Dist. No.. 1' For Wives and .Mothers Chipley. as a character actress, Miss Hunt is t t t..N'.M...........t.- :'

end was less than five inches, from 'Saturday May' 5 (Vote for one) JAKE WELLS REPORTED the extremely Irish is clever displayed', especially. when bS ,.:.

the other less than four inches. The J. B. ROBERTS. :, SAVED THE LOVED ONES FROM i SICK IN NEW ORLEANS Miss Florence Turtle portrayed

success able,.considering of the engineers that the was tunnel remark-is beginning at 4(30 p. m., at C.County F. ZEEItFor Commissioner-Dist.K. .I THE DRINK EVILORRINEGUARANTEED Information has-reached the city Miss the role Morton of Mabel, the West western, a friend heirsss.;! of;I F F. S, Mellon & CO'1 I jf.i :

No.3.
.Mrs Residence Wells, the well known the-
twelve and a third miles long.routh's .- Maclay's -t(Vote for one) TO CURE- that Jake Orleans. ; the was compelled to bow her acknowledgement Handle Nothing f ;$
35 'East Wright St., by the Junior atrical man is ill in New II..I I. in response to the,:
Companion Auxiliary 'of Christ's church. 'There t JNO. A. M'ERRITT. CAN BE GIV'ENSECRETLY. Wells is a Pensacola boy, and the applause bestowed in recognition of 2 '
news that he is ill in the Crescent her superb work. .i But r
I
will be a May 'pole dance a >Gypsey WM. J. SENNOTT. : '
Buried Boer Treasure. tent; several charades; 'refreshments. City will be received with genuine re- Mr. Vogel, as Lord Chelsea, an

While playing in the grounds of and sale of.fancy articles.NO For County .Commissioner.! > No3.. 'gret by his numerous friends and admirers English nobleman acted the charac"1 THE VERY BESTi ;>

a Dutch church at Kroonstad, South 'ADMISSION.'BANQUETS (Vote for one) here.CHARGED ter in a becoming maner. Tb ,: ,
If ;your husband or son has fallen!r tieman was at all times clever and of .. .
Africa, two Boer children made an victim drink WITH VIOLATINGTHE enunciation plain and dis : '
J JAS. M. ANDREWS.A. a to the habit stop hie was .
interesting discovery. .With small C. RLOU'NTV.JR.' pleading) scolding and crying, Use SANITARY LAWS tinct. Jack Earl his friend, a happy- Everything. f : -

spades they were digging a hole, I .W. ,A. SHELBY Orrine which is recommended by go-lucky fellow, who cared naughtbut j :
and just below the surface several thousands of leading druggists The sanitary'inspectors are after al- for joys and pleasures was well
gold coins unearthed. LODGE For County Commissioner Dist No. 4. throughout country because they leged violators of the sanitary laws. taken care of by Mr. Harvey, who :
were '
Theycontinued
(Vote'for ,one) ,know the good! it has accomplished. Notices were served on }Hooton & lent energy, vim and good clean Clean heavy clipped White. ( > -iff
to dig, gradually adding W..BRONSON.. This successful remedy can be given Watson yesterday who it is averred I comedy to the role. : Oats. '.,
<>
to their precious store. The young- I. H. C. CLOPTON. secretly if desired, using OrrineNo. in a warrant sworn out by F. C. Hum-! The performance was under the Y No. 2 White Corn pure Branf Ii-' .
.
sters soon had a pile of English I I JNO. A. WIGGINS. 1, or' the ipatient can take it of phreys, failed to place four vacant. auspices of the Junior, GuiLa'! of and Shorts I
gold sovereigns. The sexton then I his own free will, using Orrine. No.I' premises in proper sanitary condition,I. Chrfst church. The orchestra was I i Chick Feed, consisting of 20: '
For County Commissioner Dist. No.5.Vote 2w Either: form absolutely destroysthe after being'notified to.do so. composed of Miss Allie Wilson Miss articles for the rapid and' '
the search
joined and it was not and I. J. and A. H.
and Cora Simpson
desire drink,
( for one) for strong
: healthy growth of the newly r i
long before treasure to the value of '
We will take,entirecharge" F builds up ,the bodily health, making I WARRINGTON RESPONDSTO hatched. '
nearly, $5,000; in gold and silver of lodge 'banquets, suppers JAS. R. STEWARD.D. the user strong and well, a 'man in I SUFFERERS APPEAL Wheat and Mixed Feed forj

coins was brought to light. Dur- .etc., at a reasonable I every sense, of the word. Write for Dias.STOMACH I I the hen.
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.For Justice of Peace,District No.':2..
ing'the war the church was used as a rate-you give .us ,the order .- (Vote for one) free pamphlet on cure of alcoholismto The following was collected by !t: Condition Powders for horse, hospital and for housing refugees, .e the Orrine Co., Washington: D. C. Aaron Herschkovitz, of Warrington, ILLS cow and poultry.
Hundreds of .letters attest the remarkable -
; I for the San Francisco L O. B. B. sufferers I. Conkey's Celebrated Poultry [ \.
and surmised that the treasure J. L, BELL cure made by Orrine. Polk!
ARE SOON FORGOTTEN Remedies roupe, cure, cholera i; :'
i
must have been buried by some one We Do the Rest. J. D. GOSS. 'Milter Drug Co. of Richmond, Va.,! Aaron:Herschkqvltz.. .. II .. ..Jo.OO I I i cure gape cure and lice killer. ; '

who is now.dead. R. L. NK7HELBEN.GEO. write, "Mothers and sisters have told Cash.. .. .. .. ..... 1.00 when Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is' If you live in town telephone j
Purest, best and freshest J. SLOCUMB. PS of husbands ana! brothers who: H.D., Brux. ,.-.. .. r.. .* .. .. 1.00 taken promptly at the first symptom.I I UL 1 .!'
since they have given Orrine (in .. ...... No wonder so many people use it in i Ii '
.
of foods and materials; For Justice of Peace District No.5.Vote S. M. Fell .. .. .- 1.00 If in neighboring towns write '
Win. Johnson & QUTetleys' used .f., ( for one) n.pst cases without their knowledge) G. R. Wilkins.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 preference to anything else. Then ; ; to us. i
1-eem to .have lost all desire for drink there is a 53 years' record of cures :
.... -
Friend.. ... .. ,. 50 ;
.. Thus your preparation has brought .. .. .... back of it, too which ought to appealto -
Teas served free (in J. M. HARRION.' C. W. ReillY. . 2.00
much comfort and happiness to once One bottleof
or woman.
every man
.. .. t'
Campbell.. .; .. 2.00
I i
annex) by an expert. Either .For Justice of Peace District No. 7. Resolute homes." D Sylvester Herschkovtz ..".;; .. .". .. .. 2.00C. j II I f F. S. MELLEN & CO. .
of Orrine is ]
The regular: price $1a
I hot ,or iced Call at the Big (Vote for one) -box. There is no risk in buying Frost.... .. ., .. .. .. .... 2.00 Hostetter's I "
Kitclien" Cafe. .. .. .. ... .. .. 1.00Geo t .
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and Kandy Ben Dolphin
Story There is Crrlne' there is'''a registered : Phone 334. t .j
try a as guar- .
cup. : JAS. HANKS.. in box which entitles Bauer ... .., .. ."...-. .. .. 2.00 I will convince you that it is the best ",
ant
Havorvfragrance: and strengthin ,d.RIKABD.! '" to e refund every of if Orrine you Jno. Hession .. .; ..'t."'.. eo II 50 for Poor Appetite, Flatulency, Head.:: 1" Pensacola, Fla.. .i I
a
your money
I Tetley's Tea. 104SPalafox.. Phone.999, Following this will'be the candidates, fcils to effect a cure.Orrinej ; J..Cohron .'. :.. '.V.2 ;.' .. .., .. 1.00. ache, Bloating, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,'I i' -1_
,. .J' ; : ( Costiveness or Female Ills. Try it to-! :'
-v
: > from each precinct for members o f ; is for sale by White's Phar : '
I ') -: 23.00 day. I I.......................... ;
SKATING. TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30. the executive committee macy.t. 106 South Palafox Streetk .


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PACE, TOUR . THE PENSACO.tA: JOURNAL, THURSDAY MO'R'lfiO; ',,., MAV- -- S, 1906If .
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fruit would Inevitably) b& Irreparable: friends fearfEeT movement is inten6ec _______ -i__ -
mischief. to,.headl off Hearst rather.thani: ---U -
.llbe $aiolaJtmf1U1I Why does the tooI'&h governmentat 'promote' :.')ft: ( ryan. Anyhow it is;
Washington. rub salt in the too early. Let us wait
wounds of the South, for the S healingof Bryan ought really to be Word to .' -

h: :;-- : -- r ; I which such .infinite'.care' :' has been and a fall year should yet ; ;
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taken? fore the campaign of (} -
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. Why will the administration of get to the white hot '
.- Theodore Roosevelt allow a whole Times.
'
I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY section of the country .of which he !

1 is the executive head to be outrageously Not All on the Surface. ::1

t:: mBY.- insulted for the mere' gratification -, ,There's more in the -
of the whim of the of
f. son a ,theBverglaWes than
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Union General whose name Is a byword surface else there would -

of scorn in' the Sonth? reau. with Chas. A.
,: Lr7 Jut.JVLflfUVtt .J L.J JU LmMf -' if
Echo ant-were, 'Why? head "to create public
:. FRANK i.. MAYES; President and .General Manager. The expedition of Father Shermanis against it'.I drainage.- Progressive -

'.{ LnnnnsuinLnJnulJwLnanJlJ- J--,-Lru-u-Lj-vu-fut Jwr,fl t-JvLnJt r,_.r uirnrfu1rLJ1flWS. to "deplored. Georgia can standi Southern Home.-
:, but it enkindles 4n the treats of *
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.. the people of the whole South an In- Gov 6 reward Commended..Frl
expressible: contempt for the Federal
i.
w--if- WrffuW- flflrUr 5 of the governor
authorities\ who responsible for
ara "
the railroads '
r SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the outrage. \ are the Men1
mooa iilet"-anentthis;
One Yeax.$5 M One Month........ .......... 45 drainage ofHaV']) $
Six Mouths...... ...... ... 2 50 One Wek:..........._... K) General Kuropatkin is publishing I the said railroad* urill
1- Three :Months...... ....... 1 25. Weekly Edition. .per year..SI 01 his memoirs. The word retreat will time and perhaps som
'. feat drainage, for fear (
K u Wfw W undoubted play a prominent part in
railroads) will loss; a '
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed the work.Pr.maries. land grant bounty. It is

Circulation. Statement Can Be Secured. that the governor has You of course want to impress voters
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strong"apposition in this
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it-Uit LI t S M. tt tJtr tL Ji -ttuWLflP-rLfltuJ'flflr s
ing, and an attempt has

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers Sale on Trains Alabama and Georgia to create a sentiment ., and prospective customers favorably.To
I age, with what success .
,: Government. Phone 38. and at'all News Stands.IPENSACOLA The Georgia t Democratic Com I will tell. Governor

t,; Jw -, mittee has? inaugurated the plan of that hi$ scheme is
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printing upon the ballots to be voted i ble anai'in line with do so youmust have NEA
promised "before his ;
i
,.FLORIDA, THORS DAY MORNING.- MIA Y 3;'1906 in the primary- elections the follow;I keeping
that promise we ;
; ing pledge: : him-and so,will: every : PRINTING. We turn
1 "By voting this ticket I hereby declare who believes in sincerity i can you out

Col. Choate's Answer that I am an organized democrat, conscience is not .

: Answer and pledge myself to 'support the organized graft.--'Apalachicola Times that kind of work short
Does .-Not the Question. democracy, both gtate.-and na on notice and

: On last Sunday, April 29, The Journal asked .a, few pertinent questions tional. Acknowledge the' Whale. ,

relative to t "Florida News Bureau," the anti-drainage institution presided "No ballot cast i In said primary election The Tampa Tribune's
without,such.caption and obligation rhale being captured In can give the UNION LABELon
over by Col. Chas. A. Choote in Jacksonville. The "bureau" 'was evidently shall .be counted by the man- week and towed into you

very anxious to head off a discussion of the subject opened up by agers." April fool, but' was told

The Journal and as a-result the state press has been provided' post haste Birmingham' Age.Herald has the ably the Star had no piece of it.
hoax. Very well, every
: with the following which is designated as a "plain answer:" following to say relative to. the Geor- we acknowledge the corn

The Florida News Bureau. are provided for by "the, unfortunate I Ivictims' gia pledge, which it compares. with the the whale-.:Ocala Star.

P. O. Drawer 257. In the drainage district, for Alabama qualifications: *- *

No.- 4. Jacksonville, May %, lSQ6. the very plain and quite unconcealed The state committed in Georgia Will Not Go Hereafter.

jo the Editor-If you have not yet purpose of protecting, their property beems much'more troubled by the The "opened by

-- gent -your paper to the Bureau in ex from unjust taxation, leading to" practical speedy coming of recruits from the on the other 'people's Printing Company

; change, ''kindly do so, addressed to confiscation, and of arousing the ranks of populists republicans, thanit out-of the pos j1ce/will .
Box 257. If you have any objectionto' people of the entire state to a realizing Is concerned over the consolidationof after. You are "required
placimg' the Bureau temporarily sense of the 'dangers which threaten -i the white vote of its state. It' em- of the postofflce'

uPon your exchange list, please adviseus them and their'property should the phatically declares that all voters over your ma4l before l L. MAYES. JEUDEVINE, B. s. BERNARD,
and we will endeavor to remove the glarin'g iniquities of the drainage' must become 'organized democrats.!office and "return' any President. Vice-President an 1 Manager. Secretary-Treasurer.
objection. scheme, in.-its present shape, be per The difference between an organized may have been put in '
petuated indefinitely by being engraft democrat and unorganized demo-!mistake; und( r" penalty
_; You are particularly requested to an '" 24 W. Government Street. Phone 181.
give due publicity to the following ed into the fundamental law throughthe crat may be understood in Georgia, Orlando Reporter-Star. '. -" .. .
<"' "' -' ''- -
"Plan Answer to the end that the possible adoption of the pending but outside of that state the prescribed Also Needs -. ------ii---' I-. .___ '__ '. _Ji.. _. __ .
Attention.
Constitutional'Amendment. qualification for voting has the flavor -
public may have the benefit of the in-
formation therein contained. If you'i The fact,is nowwell known that the of the machine. ,I While the sponge -::

have used or noticed the article In I I administration is engaged in a "still In Alabama no qualification of an' ing looked after with For County Commissioner Dist.No. ,
The Pensacola Journal to which it is hunt" policy, and is flooding the state organization sort is laid down. We 'Would not seem out of Announcements I 2

a reply, your sense of justice and professional I I with circulars and pamphlets, and give below the qualifications of voters fishing industry had I I
courtesy will doubtless impel ,I laudatory newspaper .articles, through in our primary of*,August 27, as follows -:l and the indiscriminate __ hereby announce my candidac: :;<"r
n -------------------------------------------- re-election to the office of
various avenues like the tax collectorsand : I fish in the water under county e-mi
In full
you to reproduce It government protection For Tax Collector.I missioner from District No. 2, subjcc:
tax assessors; by calling to the "That all ',white voters'who are qualified .:
A Plain Answer. attention of the voters outside of the electors under the law of this.There Is quite as much political announce- to the action of the Democratic prl-

The Pensacola Journal notes the In- present drainage district the fact that state, and who are democrats, shall. fish hogs as the $. S lines, to run hereoy announce myself a candidate .
they are not now being taxed (but have the right vote in ville Sun. for re-election to the office of W. J. SENNOTTmary.
auguration of the work of the Florida sayIng to such primary; :May 15, are as fol
News Bureau in the drainage campaign! ,!! nothing of future intention to tax election, provided, however, that no, Tax Collector for Escambia county
I them) and by sending "statements"of who the last Supreme Court Justices. at the primary. to be held on May 15,
and asks the, following questions,j ; person opposed state and I ,
U I ......... .. $10.00 1906. I .solicit your vote. hereby announce my Candidas
which it avers the newspapers of the the trustees'of the I. L Fund ex-offl congressional elections or voted tn the int r. for
I .... .. .. .. 5 00 Respectfully. county commissioner from D..-
state are entitled to have answered!$ : 1 I I cio Drainage Commissioners with Confederate against any of. them; shall have the the present excellent tricl No.2, subject to the action jf
1 J. S. ROBERTS.At .
Veterans' pension :-warrants, right to vote in.said primary. I the (Florida Supreme strictly cash in ad-
: "Who I is paying office rent for this I I : the primary of May 15th.
I
anti-drainage 'news bureau?' Who; marked, "postage due 2 cents." Al "That each and every person voting -I 1of Judge James. B. will be JOHN A. MERRITTFor
pays Col. Choate's salary for compiling this is conclusive evidence that the I in such primary, shall by the act ly ask' all the;; democratic : any other con- the solicitation of friends, I hereby

these letters and keeping the office friends of the obnoxious measure have' of so voting! and participating therein,I!!Florida to give these announce myself' a candidate for

open? Who pays the gas bill and the!!' decided not to make an open fight,but stand as pledged, and in honor boundto !Clans!; their vote in the 1. the office of Tax Collector sub'ject to County Commissioner Dist No. 3.
postage and the office: boy's,'weekly'} to rely upon their "still hunt" cam support all .the- nominees oL such ,tion .May ,15, J :it. a"A Senate. the action'of' the Democratic Primary

stipend And, lastly, after we find paign. ,1 primary in the'ele tion 'and for the ty: his experience' as I May 15. 1906. I hereby announce my candidacy for
Let the editors of Florida consider offices for which such nominees clerk of the supreme NEILS McKENZIE OERTING.
out who pays it, why does he, or do I are candidate for the re-election to the office of county tom-
they, pay it?" these facts, "carefully examine the detailed nominated therein.?' i I I treasurer, and State Senate in the missioner from District No. S, subjec'

The Journal is quite right in claIming history of the drainage tax leg-I The Alabama"provisions are altogether -,'splendidly equipped for a called to be teld to the action of the Democratic Pn
that the are entitled islation and litigation which is sufficient' Some indeed think'l rehension of any with other speak- For Justice Peace, ''District No. 2. mary of May 15.
newspapers I I press and will reach them shortly, and I the democracy should-.hold the door or business problem 'in people of Es- J. M. ANDREWS.I : .
to this information which the
to '
; gen brought befor ithe I hereby announce myself as a
then candidly say to their readers open to all comers, .on the ground that the political is- :
eral public is equally entitled
: decision. candidate for the office of Justice of
whether while the
or'not they believe the vie lamp holds out to burn the at the following
In a former letter the editors were tims of the drainage tax are Justifiedin vilest political sinner' 'may return. In! %trudge 'Parkhill, too, is the Peace, District No. 2 subject to hereby announce my candldae!
advised that "the Bureau is conducted legal lore and has had the action of the Democratic primary -
,
their efforts to defend their position Georgia, however. he- Is expected to day time, May for county confmissioner from Dlstr."
strictly 'in the open with its purposes erience as an advocate May 15th, and would respect-
by disseminating accurate and join the organized 'democracy. In Alabama : No.3. subject to the action of the
plainly stated. In the Interest of all of circuit bench before fully ask the support of the honor
trustworthy
I information concerning the voter in the coming primarypledges night May 3. Democratic primary of May 15.
the unfortunate victims of I I able vote of the good citizens of Pen-
misplaced present high position
the drainage scheme, and to warn himself to support the nominees night May 4. I. A. C. BLOUNT JR.I .
official power in the drainage district miringly fills. Florida sacola and EBcambla county.
their fellow citizens throU'ghout the of the primary.In.November, but night, May
in particular, and of the people of the state bf the dangers which will menace he makes no pledge beyond November.In cause to feel proud of Very respectfully, ,

; :whole state in generaL"The every property owner if the Constitu- Georgia, he Is: pledgedto; stand by court, the KsJedsions of I night, May 10. J. L. BELL. hereby announce my candIda,';

current expenses of the Bureau tional Amendment should adcmted.. the organized democracy until;No vein-cited! and stand in the : ( Square) Friday for County Commissioner from I Ds
her, 1908, for he issworn into the of this country, why I hereby announce my candidacy trict No. 3. subject to the action .,1!
: This is all very interesting; but it'OOES NOT- ANSWER THE QUES- national democracy, and: the national change in it& personal for the office of Justice of the Peace; : the Democratic Primary of May r.

: .. democracy does not'.act until that date White Springs Herald. : night, May for the Second District of Bscambla W. A. SHELBYFor
S SCan't
TIONS.Why Counti, subject to the Democratic
admit the right of the public to have the answer, consume all this in 1908. Congressional elections c.re
Get Crews. 1906.
Primary. to be held} May 15tb
not national
space in talking about it, and then fall to give it? .> democracy doesrnot elections become; and the active national un- The captain of one of R. L. NICHEDSEN.I County Commissioner Dist. No.4.

Of course the "victims" of the drainage plan, if there are such, would 1it lS08. of the South Florida Fish -

be expected to oppose it, ibut- After all, the; two plans are essentially left here recently for for member of the I hereby anounce myself a candidate thereby for re-election announce myself a caudate

WHO ARE THEY? alike, but the.Alabama plan has to engage in the sponge state legislature, for the office of Justice of the from District as county No. commissioner
4. subject [-
ness for the summer, in the. Demo Peace for District No.2, subject to
tact and
You started with the boldly more political fairness tn'ltto to the action of the
out expressed purpose .of answering the DemocraticPrimary
the square inch than the :Mr. dark, one of the 15, and .will ap the action of the Democratic Prmary
question-now why not answer it? Give :the public the NAMES of the The Geol'giaplan. that there area number of all Democrats. May 15th. of May 15.J..
liberalIty.of the
one stands A.
WIGGINS.
: persons who are paying the "news bureau's" rentIf the object; la.so. in contrast with the organized tactics tied up at that .place : M. COSTON. J. D. GOS3. I

;' worthy and so honest and so "open" and so above board* tell us WHOSE: of the other. inability to get and keep : -
4 captain says also that the I am' a'candidate for :Justice of the
: interests are so Jeopardized that they they are putting up'the .cola-for this pot make and for represent* I hereby announce myself as a Candidate
'.. .'L good house of the state I Peace in .the Democratic primary to I for county commissioner fr--'i;]
work., Name a dozen of them, or more if there are more and state the HH"*. as they strike and quit to the action of be held May 15th, 1906, District" No. District No. 4, subject to the action of

,- amount each is contributing. If the fight Is. to be "in the open," let It be NEWS AND VIEWS trip until all of their of May ,15, 2. Escambia County, Florida. Any 1 the Democratic Primary May 15
been spent The problem assistance will be apreciated from -
"In the open."' FROM STATE PAPERS %l ing crews, he says, is the eupport of I' the Democratic voters H. C. CLOPTON:

The Journal thinks that some of the matter:which this. "news bureau" tous.-Miami Metropolis. J. E. LONG. GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For .

is sending out Is very good stuff, and if the ibureau' will be frank and hon- HHMHH I I
II I The frientfs of W. P. Bro 11.111
est about the ,questions which we have asked, The Journal will probably Enlightening ((7)) Literature. myself as a, County Treasurer.I hereby announce him as a candn-""

use some of It. The masses of ".,the people were l_ lower house of the will be a candidate: in the demo for the office of County Commit i

!But we must first have an answer to those questions, and we rest the hoodwinked in several (particulars at C- subject to the ac cratic' primary of May 15 for re-nomi! er from District No. 4, subject to L'P

case with the state press and the public as to whether or not those questions the last general 'election fcy bureaus primary oa nation to the office of county treasurer. -: action of the Democratic Primary; >:
and misleading literature, 'and now a T. MORGAN. The support of all democrats will May 15th 1906.ForCounty .
have been frankly or honestly ans eied. -
-- bureau has been established in ./- be appreciated.
We wait still further on the 'IFlorlda News'Bureau." !(Jacksonville for the ostensible! pur- myself a candi J. ED. WILLIAMS.
xse. of enlightening.; uninformed in the lower Commissioner, Dist No 5.
=- -- regarding' the x&ngers'! lurking in 'the Phi legislature sub-

Father Sherman's brutal and, viewed from the stAnd- proposed drainage 'of the Everglades, of the Democratic I hereby announce myself a candI- I hereby announce my Candidas for
point of military expediency, wholly etc., etc. To a man up a tree, it BRo date for the office of County Treasurer re-election to the nffics of coun'y' < :>m')

March to the Sea unnecessary, Sherman's trail was looks as, though the OOP1e.had about M. OJ BAGGBTT. subject to.the action of the Dem. missioner from District No. 5, -un;* I
icarked by such desolation as was waked up to this enlightening business ocratic Primary. to the action of the Democrat Primary -
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(Father Shetrmaa's "March to the seldom 'ieft by the maraufalng armiesof and now when, they ,see 'nlight- THOS. F, WRIGHTON. of May 15.
Sea'"' is kicking up all kinds of the Old World in the Dark Ages, nin' extract, they know exactly which ror member of the J. R. S1'EAIWBoard

trouble, In. Georgia, notwitstanding and therecord of' his inglorious way to go-in tother direct/ n. If 'S ves to the from Demo E3> I hereby announce myself a candi--

th0"assertion "of -the war deparementthat achievement, will ever remain ablacken.ed the issue hadn't: been up< at the last I date for the office of County Treasurer .
Public
earnestly solicit Instruction.I
''the participation of United page in the history of Uw election or it hadn't won out as It 0 voters of the coun of Escambla'county, subject ,to the
republic. did, it might have payed to do a lit- action of the. Democratic primary of
States troops therein Is simply a And now, more than forty years tle filibustering in order:.to carry the SULLIVAN, JR. May 15, and respectfully solicit the hereby announce myself] a r.nll"date
march. The Albany (Ga.) after the 'clOse'of the War for member of the school boar I
practice: .between day-but now, this 'nllghtnin'; literature LI support. of alj, voters..
;: Herald is (particularly virgorous 'in the States, on .obscur son of Wil- only clears the murky sky and : Voters of Escam- JOHN G. WELSH. from District No. 3, subject to th- ac

its denunciation of the march .ofwhich liam Tecumseh Sherman comes forward the average voter more clearly sees tion of the Democratic primary ol'
,"whh .a.flourish of trumpets and the snake in the grass.. -:St... Augustine of many friends May 15.
( it has the following to say: begins a second Sherman's Marchto Meteor. and from the city ]1 For County Tax Assessor. W. B. HUBDAIW

Father Sherman's "March to the the Sea" over the Identical route my candidacy lor
Sea 'is more 'suggestive of the fa- followed by the iro -handed brute Too Early Yet.* .., the legislature at I will be a candidate for re-nomina meo-e
tactic} of John Alexander tion to the office of Tax Asses I will be a candidate for
jnillar who laid a helpless state waste under YOU will probably observe that the to the action County ;
I la :t.
Dawie. Carrie Nation, "General" conditions' which sor, In the Democratic Primary of May ship in the Board of Public :- *
; made the offense special friends of-Mr. Bryan are not primary, May 15th, the ..
Coxey. and 'others of that ilk than against civilization" one' of the responding with- much eagerness to Too Bad. solicit the sup-15. I .respectfully ask your support tion from District No. 1, in
the act of a iRoman Catholic most heinous In W. RICHARDS. mary election. "
sane history, the suggestion from New York that Kind Old Uaa-Ckat yOU of Escambia W.
ANDERSON
priest just as the participation of Ha#I Father Sherman elected to .he is the best and, In- fact the only better clothe fiua those? WM. E.
; Unlte l. States troops in the 'expedition proceed quietly' an ,',alone, or with a man for the democratic nominationin Beggar (forgetting ) for Confed
t: is more in line with what might small party- of personal followers, 1908. It is pro able, those special ben U jut mr professional their widows. For County Commissioner Dlst No. 1. I will be a candidate for men: : .

rather be expected' of- Hayti or San over the route from. Chattanooga to terms, giving the The friends of C, F. Zeek announce ship in the Board of Public ln=:;i. .
$- Domingo than ,of the leading nation the sea no particular harm would :.'
the same him as a candidate-for-county commIssioner tion from District No. 2, in the P
'of--the Western Hemisphere.ls have been' done; but for the United city schools. : from District No. 1, subjectto election.

bIt, any wonder that Georgia.'sft1DOd States government to provide an escort Experience count anything : book law, and the'.action otthe .Democratic primary mary H. G. DeSILVA
.bolls in the face of this indig-- of Federal troops, therebydig- Thin Blood Then what do you think of pupils of all public of May 15;
:iutty yea, this outrageous Insult? nifying the expedition as: ore of an experience with 1er'. I

JWaillam Tecumseh Shermaiflr"March omclal character is ah act without Sixty years of curing thin for the' equalization I hereby announce my candidacy I will be a candidate for meirbr'

to the Sea" was one of the precedent-an act outrageous. Inex- nerves, general debility I .We wish you would ask your own : : for County {Jommjssidner rom, '- District ship in the Board of Public lastrur:: _l
: "jnpst shameful expeditions ever inau- cusaNeapd.4t. for .the tact,that the this. the action of No. 3. in the W57. :'':'-.
Ask him :to tell you honestly what he thinks it will do for t NA 1, subject to from District ..
'rirated under the I
of
and prosecuted people Georgia too
; : are clearheaded Then do preciselyas he.ssys S b'rs uiei'.t.t W ygSJfi respectfully the primay of May J5th.s election. _
p ea of an enlightened people. It_-was to do ,&nr.th1ngfooUsh 1 one whose form.1&_ f Sil 111'_ ; :01 ,: M. JACOBY// -. .J.. B. ROBERTS. I.-. ; M. AGERTON.t .



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CONSIDER EVENTS -- \ ''
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tfIE( ALL pEOPLE I. Blind aeadache.t
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IMPORTANT FACT MISS E NELLIE BECK for Special to The Journal..
Blountstown, :May 2.-Mr. J. Wesley
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Kice; of Ocala, is in town, on business .
I I connected with .the A'. M., RobinsonCo. AbOut a year a q.u, writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of

MATHEMATICS OF GOSSIP. the members and the special guests ., of Atlanta. 1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I I suffered with !f

in address- '- were ,Mrs.. .W. Guy Wilson. Miss The Best Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox made a fly-. blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get '.- f
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That ing trip to Apalachicola Thursday.Mr.
Ing Mrs. Pink- She ioasta ,ehe hall_a,pair of eyes Emily Morley, Mrs. Edwin King, Cox went 'on business connected no relief until I tried -
And nothing has impaired her Mrs Lewis King, Mrs. J. C. Alexander ,
ham you are privateills con vision, and Mrs. Nannie W. Eagan. with his extensive naval stores opera ,

fidingyour She thing and, ;being wise, The score cards were particularly tions.
woman- sees a
to a
woman whose experience Will quickly come to a decision. 'i&lnty of white and Alice blue; and Pure foodGroceries Col. C. R._ Warren accompanied by WINE
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A teced through each was the long Geo. Warren, have returned from an
she
. with women's dIseases When skies are cloudy can guess CARDUI
covers a great iWeVe likely to' have stormy stem of 'a> superb pansy. extended visit to relatives in Georgia.
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weather. Grape frappa was served during Miss, ElUe Hentz, after a two weeks'
many Mrs.years.Pinkham !is the She's addicted she'll confess, the games and a sweet course was visit' with her brother J. T. Hentz, :
daughter-in-law of To putting two and two together. served later which.'Include" delicious and wife has returned to her home at OFWoman's .
Lydia E., Pinkham! home made" 'fruir and, chocolate Bristol. Miss'Hentz is a beautiful and ill
Relief
end for many yearsnnderherdirection She'lsn't' deaf>her bearing's 'good- c kes.; The Individual ice cream lovable girl and" numbers her friends ,

; (And 'SO'e likes to :exercise It..' ;, servers were 'each garlanded with by the score. Her departure is re "fi\

and since her decease. _I At keyholes it is said,' she stood sweet- peas ; gretted. I immediately commenced to improve, and .
.*!*has been Sometimes to listen. She denies it The next meeting will be with The following young people consti- :
advising sick wo renfreeofcharBe But, true or false, it still appears 'Mrs. Zsllus.WEATHER. tuted a jolly party to Bristol last weekon now I feel like a new woman, and wish to I
the steamer Queen City 'Misses recommerid it all sick for I <:
m I It's in her, cap a sort of featherThat : to women, r ,
Many women she remembers what she hears REPORT Pearl Folsom, Susie Fussell, Edith ,
And the Best Prices know it will them it did '
% cure as me.
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BTiffer in silence and drift along from And so !puts two and two together. FROM! DENVER.We i Fannin, Florence McClellan and Callie WRITE tV- ,
bad to worse knowing full well that Russ; MesS's- Gale L, Tharpe, Earle US Cardui is pure, medicinal extract Of : "
they ought to have immediate assistance tongue 'Floridians who are tired of Pickens J..w. Leath, Tom Yon and
: makes
She has a and so and Service. ; herbs which relieves
but a natural modesty impels known i I Strawberries, enjoying blackberries, I Dallas Russ., FREELY \, vegetable ,f .

them to shrink from exposing them- The sums of 'her shrewd calculation -and unconsciously revel the year I Ii i The Blountstown Music Normal Institute and frankly, describing female pains, regulates female ;.,=': '

selves to the questions and probable i round in yard grown flowers that I closed last-Monday night aftera your symptoms,', ,we wiii functionstonesuptheorgansconsider .1.:
examinations of even their family Although it's very often shown would enthuse the glass In a northErn Ring very'successful term. The closing your'cass and glue r ,
physician. It is unnecessary. Without It has some slight exaggeration. greenhouse, have no real appreciation I II I exercises, were marked by some beau- 2 you free advice (in plain sealed tO a proper State 01 health. : 1C .
money or price you can consult a woman of these blessings' till we tiful, it Don't hesitate! but :,.
She's great at figuring but then selections well rendered. envelope) Try it for your trouble. '
whose from actual ; -
knowledge ex- 'When she begins to blab and lave "flown" from them. Phone 391 The residence, of Mr. G. W. Home write today. Address: Ladies' Ad- {
perience is great. blether ''A little native Pensacola girl who is nearing completion and will fte quitean visory Dept., The Chattanooga MedIEve! druggist' sells it --J(

Mrs.Plokham's Standing Invitation. She >makes the total nine or ten recently went, to Denver, writes from, addition to that part of town. TheMethodist ." dne Co., Chattanooga' ,Tenn. In 1.00 bottles.41I ,.;i r

Women suffering from any form of By putting two and two together. without'i 1 Parsonage is being rushedto "\.1.. ,. > "
female weakness are invited topnomptly Chicago, News. nesday completion fast as possible. '! 'r";, ti ,.
communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at their wraps. Thursday morning it i ,
Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, --to- was raining, and about 11 o'clock' ROSENAU,'GERElDS, TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. ii
opened, read and answered by women "HATS OFF LADIES," snowed. The flakes were as big as '
only. A woman can freely talk of her I SAID ATLANTA PREACHER. 'Quarters' and some as big as half-- The Fancy Grocers, Given up to Die. i .eaeaaaa. aea e aaa2eieaa :
private illness to a woman thus has i dollars. It was so cold mama would N N
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been established the eternal confidence' 1 IA. quiet rustle of surprise and, so. not let us go out of the house. The Phone 391. Pensacola. B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., :: .,
between :Mrs.Pinkham and the womenof far as the men present were concerned enow is about one foot deep. Every Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over N AMERICAN. N' z
America which has never been of approval swept across the thing, is so white outside." five years I was troubled with kidney I :: .
congregation of the Central Baptist -
broken. Out of the vast volume of -+- and bladder affections which causedme :
experience which she has to draw from, church 45 Garnett street' Sunday :Mr. and Mrs Wiley McDarid returned To Remove Freckles Q PimplesNadinola much'pain'and worry. I lost flesh '
evening when the.pastor. Rev. "R. L.: '
it is more than'possible that she has Tuesday night from theirhone'moon and was all run down and a year ago to N .
the that will Motley, requested all of the ladies In Ten 1s"tJse had to abandon work entirely. I had '
gained knowledge
very trip and are in their own tU 1 N '. "
LADY :
resent to, remove. ,their ,hats. ,_ ; tiree'of the best '
She asks
help your case. nothing in pretty new, how.Fourteenth avenue physicians who did ,' ,
return' except:yowgood-wlll, and her 'From pulpit to the :;vestibule: the and Eleventh street. A. Heir discovery, sold me.no good and r was practically given m 1 roo ;
advice has relieved thousands. church was Crowded, every'conceivaiWe under a positive guarantee to die. ,
Surelyany :.i' + up Foley's Kidney Cure N' N
and refunded -
of the latest bonnet : money : ;
mode, spring
woman, rich or is foolishif in recommended
poor very Miss' every case was and the first bottle
teft for '
Hawks of Atlanta
being represented. Among the prettier where It falls to remove '
she does not take -of this
advantage relief, and
gave me great after takingthe
last after pleasantvisit freckles, pimples, liver BJ .
half of the congregation there home night a CORSETS .
offer .
of assistance.If
generous der; epos, enn-t&o, sallow- second bottle I was entirely cur- N :
Roberts dsi
you are ill. doubt hesitate to get a came a soft dawn of smiles with only guest 'of Miss Carrie sees, collar dlBooloraUons ed." For sale
by W. A. D'Alemberte.
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bottle of Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetableCompound here, and threre a clouded brow and end Miss Mildred Anderson. blackhead of the!skin and,aUer.pID1lI no ro m
at once,and write Mrs.Pink then such a flutter>! of ribbons ana mater of how long .
and lace and feathers only Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn and baby tending, Coica ordinary SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30. t4 d
ham. Lynn. Mass., for special advice. loses as R eases in la data and the Dashingly Stylish PJ ; '.
When a medicine has been successfulin an April wind could otherwise have l leave Sunday for Louisville where worst In 20 days. After f
to health made in garden of :carefuUy, kept Mrs. Cahn will visit friend*. Mr these defeota are removed the skin will be '
restoring so many women, a Ciear, soft, healthy and beautiful. No possible m N
cannot well without it '' All of the trousered element Calm will :go" on to French Lick from its 60 cents and 11.00
yon say, trying flowers. barm can result use. Perfect Fitting.
"I do not believe it will help me." of the congregation nodded to. !Springs to ,spend a few weeks there &t leading drag stores or by malt I' FALCO, ALA. I (U J T N ,
each other in satisfaction and after: and they will then make a tour of NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tenn. rufj ORSE COR m.I "
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wards many of them were heard to several northen- cities.. '
remark that the' Innovation was an'. + m
Tetley'sTea '
excellent one, being more necessary airs. Evelyn ,C. Maxwell is in Special to The Journal. A Shape for Every Figure "
at church, than at the theatre. charge of the local effort to assist GIFT OF ,PRETTY Falco, Ala., May 2.-Mr. John R. / .
Since the introduction 'of the custom the Mobile ladies in erecting the barker visited Pensacola this weekon *JVry "
at the Central Baptist church, it ruonument to Father Ryan, which business, and had the misfortuneto N :. :
Tetley's Tea is too is probable that many other minis- means a success, aside from the LITTLE LAUNCH get his arm. badly cut with a saw lit 'U c*,--... ,
ters of the city will follow suit and I fact that everybody will be interested while there. .
: fine to be spoiled in inaugurate what will be almost a'' !For no finer patriotism has been Messrs.' D. D. Miles and A. H. Miller m We sole in Pensacola for ;; Y
the revolution in styles of Sunday head, formulated in words than he FNE.BOAT, CONSTRUCTED TO OR- Vent hunting for wild turkey the are agents |
; making dress. breathed:! into his lines and no truer lirsf of the week and succeeded in .
The Inunea3a.te! occasion of the poet has' existed> -, than Father' lp'ER.FOR- '''r.HOs.''r c. WATSON. bagging some, as large as ever grow fij this magnificent line, and they represent .:;
Follow the direr Rev. :Mr. Motley's request was a baptismal -Ryan. in this section. i ift
tions. service which was about' to be Mr. 'D.: P. Miles is going to do ffi every good feature known in reliable j 'i :
performed and which would have (Miss 'Marie Watkins arrived last About the trimmest,'neatest thing in some stunts in the farming business .

been: invisible many..of those pres- evening from New Mexico on avisit the way of a" l launch which Pensacola this season- and intends to cultivate, fU and stylishrustproof Corsets guaranteed m I;: :;
to relative. is the about > in cane, cotton,: ,
ent had some of the plumes and waters have 'seen lately new 10 .acres corn
floral pieces remained at full mast- -' Annie W.'ust'' built.,f9r Thos. C. "Wat'rotatoes, 'etc.Iftriniley ., m m '
BOSSO'SIce Atlanta Georgian. |M3sS .OeaevieteiTarKhin: : ] will remain -' son,.who hadjify 'constructed as a birthday : Bros., were in town this :- .
-+- the guest of Miss Abercrombte gift for Mrs. Watson. week' from their still a few miles

Cream Factorycan MRS. BONACKERENTERTAIN for at least two weeks longer, to the The Craft Is 25 feet long, six feet rom here anal report that gum Is! If .they rust return them and get j a PJ ,
pleasure of the friends of both young beam, with a 17 foot cock-pit, and Is running very nicely and everything! ,;
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EXCEL
: furnish you cream in $IORS.CIrs. ladies. equipped with a five horse power Wolverine points to a prosperous year In tm- & painWATSON fli
any quantity. Satisfaction C. S. (Boaacker charmingly ; engine,. (She is, built entirelyof pentine +ibifsiness.Mr. new
guaranteed. entertained the Excelsior Flinch Everybody's t favoriteBlue Ribbon cypress .-with.!,,the exception of the ; Grover Stokes has been quiteill } ,
PHONE 1326 Club Wednesday afternoon at her Lemon and Vanilla-Extracts. The Extract -frawe,and is copper fastened\ throughout for several days but is improving s- mil
SAM BOSSO. Prop. residence on 'Thirteenth :street, the that gives desserts the famous with brass rails fore.and aft and now and hopes to be at work again
attractive home being! further beau- "Blue Ribbon Flavor." brass chocks and cleats. Her name, in a few days.
I t'.flsd! by roses and sweet .peas. /'Annie W.," is in neat brass letterson Mr.' Willie Hart returned this MM & REESE CO. m.

SAFES I SAFES I SAFES! SAFES There was 'a general attendance ol TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.7he the "bow. The wood used In her week from !Floral' with his bride.L ,
We wish them a long and happy
construction- is, from a single cypress ___ ... .a.1. : .
Buy Diebold Safes. log which when sawed up produced': lire.Dame E I jy successors to ureen a tvarson. nl. .
Scarritt Moreno Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. some 850 feet of lumber. : Rumor says that another of\ '
Agent.'You 'I
The' boat was constructed by Arm- cur young townsmen is to be married 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. Jjjjeaaaaaassaaai .

strong & Co., boat builders 'of St Andrews Sunday. :
Fla., and was brought to Pen I ii22222aeaeooa :!
sacola by J. J. Trousdale, a member Do Not be Imposed Upon.

Don't Want of that firm. The model is a beautiful Foley & Co-- Chicago, originated OL.C>C S -
1 t bne and the little craft rides the waters Honey and, Tar.as a throat and lung
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like a duck No claims for speedare remedy, and on account of the great A good S day Parlor '
made for her, but yesterday afternoon I' merit and popularity of f'oley's! Honey A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00
< Mission Clocks, $2.75 ... .. ...$5.00
Dirty Dusty she made the run from the and Tar, many imitations are offered 8-day ', .
.. Life Saving Station to the city in just for the genuine. These worthless imitations Repairing at reasonable prices.
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J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe'a Book Store
: 46 minutes, which ought'to be considered have:similar sounding names. ,

:I .Groceries rI ', e her class.pretty good time for a boat 'of Beware and of them.Tar, is The In genuine a yellow Foley'aHoney packager ..........................N.Na...............e.N+- :.>' ';'" '

I Ask tor'It and refuse any sub-

\ GREAT TIME. stitute.. It is the best remedy for i i 1I 1\ .
This is the season of JiIflpA[ : I,I. cotfghs' and colds. For sale by W. A. I PORCH .
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Looked' >For at the ''Elk's Reunion in D'Alemberte. I : }
the when the ,

i I' r. ,dust,year begins to fly and ,i Denver An immense, Oolo,Colorado.Special."Welcome". arch Is be- PALM TREES .f Fv !'

t when it is hard to lnrg' erected by the city of Denver at i II I FURNITURE. ]
an expense of'many thousand dollars, Mayor Bliss will receive a carloadof
I k keep anything clean to greet the Elks who come herein reunion cabbage palm trees from the east ,
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In July. The arch is being erect- toast in a few days. He will have '
Btrtyou-will find ted hear the union depot, and will be a few to dispose of. If you want i : Now's the season for porch rockers, settees, hammocks, i 1'-
built of structural iron, spanning the some ipalms-eee etc. To see those we have is to want them, and the low : ,
: NO DIRT principal street of the city. It will be : price makes them possible. Nothing quite so inviting v "
brilliantly decorate with purple and now of an evening as to drop into a big porch rocker + 'f'

OR DUSTin ', white, the colors of the order by day, hIm.'J i ,with arms, or a hammock. i "
I end the word "Welcome" will blaze In R
I II electric] lights through the night. y 'J'JIn : Hammocks $1.75 up to $4.00 : ,; :
i the groceries : More than $100,000 will be expended e Vudor Chair Hammocks $3.50. :+ a
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from by-the',citizens of Colorado the en- ,!: Reed and Cane Seat Rockers $1.75 and $2.00. ,
bought this I i +
tertainment of members _of the Elks' Vudor Porch Shades $3.50, $4.50 and $6.00, put up. I
store. A great partof "H. ord who-come here to attend the re- l I' Crex Grass Rugs for porch coverings, 50c to $9.00. : .c '
Unkm.- The occasion will be made the v ( '
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our stock is put u Pat largest fraternal gathering that has :

'-- fever assembled,in the world. Beauti- i: :
the in
factory clean ful and costly prizes will be given for a r :1. I

healthy packages, and thr!largest 'delegation' or Elks that MARSTON & QU1NA1
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< comes from.'any lotf.je in the United .
'k1.I\t7\
the portion which we 1 States;,. and. ,a beautiful silver elk will t 108/110 S, Palafox l St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla I
be.jnade from native,silver and presented

handle bulk is sol ....., ,. to the lodge'which brings the i...........fi/N.N11....0....aN..NN4oNN1......! :
carefully that ; largest number; of ladies. This prizeis 1a I
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put :
up > '. : -:, :< known as'the Fred G. Shaffer prize,
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there is no possibility iff: ;...1' : -{ ..7'. .;. ; s'" : being; donated toy a wealthy Colorado: his shoes, he lives in them the'
.".' 'f'tf .. of that
t' -- & -\ mining man name. of his life-they're on jIIt's
part
of it greater n4
containingdust : 'I' '. "In, the grand parade which takes :
,#' .' .'. than off-still there are lots of 1
t more
dirt of > 'i"t"" ", ." > plaqe July 19th a quantity of snow will
or any t .."t -', ban: never had shoes that
d be brought down from the nearby men who victim
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kind. .... .> "''... ,. mountains and made a part of the were exactly satisfactory. Bought at : of malaria. r ;
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,, novel pageant. the'wrons'piace.that's: ; .
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it.ofrr MEYERS'; next time,'and note
; TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. All leathers all styles, We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it leaves
; 3 t the difference; after effects
almost deadly
I .all.. sizes., all .'widths. The largest -

Sol Cahn & Go THE LITTLE PARTY FROCK- I Jonnson Q son i stock in the city; to select from. v BERDINE ''un I


The Simplicity of this pretty little coats. !A fitted bertha of'the be>iriet- Tetleys1 Teas served free (in '- i

The Pure Food Store, party frock is its chIefchanU. Over a ta, edged with a rose pattern passe annex) by an expert. Either fa purely v retabla and absolutely guaranteed 1 ,
body liniofe of white lawn the baby menterie in white, fits the round Ditch hot i feed. Call at the Big to cure Ariv rick headache bilionsness, .
blue henrietta waist. is slightly bloused neck and a similar shaped piece or .had all txomachl kidnap and liver complaints.TEY > .
Southwest CernA,Palafei and lirtentfenda : SHOE COMPANY .
in the front arid"drawn. 'down snugly much narrower in width ;Jlhough, .and Store and try a cop. There is MEYER IT TO-DAY.

in the back, front and back> finely lace edged acts as a finish for. the little flavor fragrance and strengthin'Tetley's .
Phoneet4800 I tucked either side .of the ,box pleat, elbow sleeve. About Jhe waist'Is Tea.TRrBOSSO'S .Feet Furnishers For Folks, k SO Gf tsa84tt11. All Drugg1stJ. !
and to this:is*joined. the very full andshort tied a sash of baby blue, or the: dress <

skirt.which? stands out so smartly may be" worn without this, With prettyeffect .' CREAM..PHONE "1325. -102$ S,:Palafox Street. ALL DBALCRI. I
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PAftl tHE' PENSCOLAJOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING MAY'' 3, 1906

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You'll Be Gladl!' You'Do : tiM On, 'an investment CAN-- BE of-MADE.52000.00 ?in the 5 REAL, .ESTATE ,MARKET

S. ; lots on the corner. of 'JackSon St. and "
16th avenue. You need only to takea
r t ; SPECIAL
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at' these ride around on
ook
Lee : as you
6 room cottage one;jbtock from
All of Blo k 115 West the new 'East Hill car line and then
Square bath,gas, electric lights, everything ,
Sorry if You Don't modern. iPossessioa given tract -$800 price''the other lots in, the neighbor ...OF'...
; King .._ ___
June 1st.I .- -, hood. They are, well elevated :and
I I command: a beautiful vtew of the /foay. HOOTON & WATSON.Leading.Real
lots {
Several nice in
I building What more could one wish for in selecting ,

If you buy Pensacola realty ,now you'll bfe glad of It; IfS LESLIE E. BROOKS block 78, north side L Rua a, home site? 'Buy them now '

you don't, we know you'll be> sorry Never was the street between '13th and before somebody- else does. You are Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
time for purchase more opportune than the present It .Phone 462 Fisher} Building sure to make good .profitL.
is our business to know values, and we can point you to 14th avenues, :: : -
f $12,500.00-72 store -buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near

S That HELP WANTED Lots on 'East Hill and West S.. ABOWN, .& CO. Union Depot A fine Investment. .
Several Properties $2, OO.OO--O e. of;the:prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing! 20 lots,
; _t_.fl fl____ .t i- Hill sell for $50 and up on 201 Theisen Building. : each'40x137* feet: '

WANTED "Destruction San nl1- easy payments.HcDavidHyer $3.800,00-25 very desirable lots on North PalafoL This is' offered
:Are Money Makers : I IAll cis<:o"-Best'Book. Large profits. A
,. quick. Sample Free.. Globe Company:,, $6,300Oo-Large 2.stbry"dweJl1ng on North Palafox on corner.

correspondence answered promptly. : ... 723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia]. $2,500:00room::! dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.

S 'S S :-., : ",. 3may3t. S, Farm Turpentine or $3,350,0'ifl!c ';oomy dwelling, with lafge lot, stables and out housesin
.5'S f i excellent location on peVilliers St.

W1ANTED-WmantG dV'gfenAl house, Company, Timber Lands, $5OOO.dOTwodwellings., in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.
work.
Apply. 227 EL'InteadenciaSt, Barcelona, St.
3may4t SS Agents New York LARGE. OR SMALL QUANTITY

Pensacolalnvestmenl Company _- -I I Life Insurance Company. S ..C'I'' 6'n or' Address PHONE No; 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX ML"

WAiNTED-Agents forTwok" on San
Francisco Distaster Tremendous de 8 E. Government Street. Turner Aymard
A. H. DMUEJWBfff7T City Manager.''. ,
mand. Everybody, 'buys. Big book-I Phone 700. Pensacola Fla.FOR'SAL'E : Real Estate and .Abstrat JCo.
W. H. KKQWLES, Resident. .R. B. SIMPSON 500 pages. Hundreds photographs, '
Secretary.J. ._ __ P; p. Box 115' DeFuniakSprings,Fla
L STILLMAN Vrrres. and<< Gel!. Mins sr. KNOWUS, RYE, Treasurer. stories by survivors. Fifty per cent.I \
S Premuium extra. Credit' 1ven.: Outfit I
Rae Estate, loans, General 'nl esfllJenf,. free. Write today.- Drop, everythingand I

make $500 next '30 'daysi:, Standard Board and Rooms.SWaflrLflSflM..rtJWrflnrflflflr I
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.IF Co., 325 Dearborn St. Chicago.lmay2w ,JwnsnJnr- A Home Savings !
All kind of real estate for sale or
'S ---- PLEASANT ROOM to rent with prhl'lege' -

,. S rent lots.North Some HIll very and choice East Hill ones vacant at- of light house keeping, 301 W. OVER 10,000,000, AMERICAN: PEOPLE PAY' INDUSTRIAL I INSURANCE -
WANTED-First class
circular saw Chase. 8apr
.sawyer. Write; ot apply to -J."T. good bargains for homes or investment AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSE'S' OF SICKNEESAND :

Windham, Supt., Millyiew, Fla. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for renton DEATH.American.
S One large lot on R. R. good factoryor '
Imaylw. North Hill car line; location
; YOU BUY' THISpiece warehouse site. One water front very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden
S
Jan lot that a purchaser could make no Life Insurance
WAN'TED--oAgents wanted.1. Fran- street 25april Companyis
mistake to buy. One .40-acre farm
Cisco Disaster Thous- I-
Earthquake ,
of property, ire believe you will make a good profit on your ; ana'' one of 160 acres, both near Pen- ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or unfurnished .
investment in a very short time. We have 10 lots on North Palafox Worth ands killed of and injure'd.: $500,000,000.1 !sacola. suitable for light houseI the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida.'HOME .

that we can sell for $2250.00. These lots are right in line of the best property Four choice brick business houseson I I keeping. On the Hill, location high! '
residence district of this: city and should even now briog more money authentic story by survivors and eye Palafox St. for sale. Fine Invest- and healthy. Close to car line. Apply OFFICE,TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
witnesses. Largest and best book, best
ment Few choice
property. offices
314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND: LIFE POLICIES FROM
illustrated 80 per cent profit to 'agents for rent. $50 TO $10,000

: HOME SITE Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits Turpentine men all 'get rich, and I ISaprlm

I . free. Send 4-two cent stamps for I have good turpentine' business for WANTED few regular boarders Pensacbla Qffioe: Brosnaham Building
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postage. 'Address Cooper & Co., '134 sale cheap. 16 crops boxes plenty Also a few table boarders in private
on the Northeastcorner, of 12th avenue and 15th street.. only two '
Lake Street, Cihcagd, 111. lmaylw round timber lease on 'which together family; good location; convenient to ,
blocks' from. the care line :Is of '
one prettiest
,the building lots in '
MAKE BIB MONEY FAST 'sellingthe with boxes good seven years longer car line; use of bath and phone, No.
the city. The neighborhood here is excellent, and this Section!
of Write or call and see schedule of Money to Loan. For Sale
the city. Is very healthy. ,We 9ter'this lot 137% feet front on 12tn official' story of'"The" Destruc. property. S 401 E. Gregory. Saprlm ...... -

ve. by 200 feet deep on Uth .st.. {% block))) fOr J. 150 '.OO., Trumbull tion of San White Francisco.and Richard Our authors Linthi-,! PLEASANT place to board on North MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows FINE BED ROOM:: SUIT for sale

cum guarantee authenticity. Nearly H. T. CRAWFORD Hill,* on car line. Address 'No.8, money from Jno., A. Hall & cheap for cash if sold in a few day i.

THE MAXENT'TRACTproperty 500 large pages. Dozens of photo-I: care-.Journal. 27mar Co., 16 E. Government 'street. When: Call in or address E. B. Hoffman &

graphs. Retail $1.50. $10 to' $20 per 315J/2! South Palafox Street in need call on us. 9feblm I Son. 57 E. Gregory St. 2maylw*
Old newspapers at five cents bundle
S Is for sale West of "C" street. And iFISHERVILLE do day easy if you act quick. Will ,out. a '
.at this 'office. They are all cleanand MONEY LOANED-on all kinds of FOR SALE-One boat 17 ft., 5 ft. I>
.not over look this pretty little village on the bay. Nice people live sell any book ever published. Every nice. eoaal property on short notice.per- in beam; one trammel net 25 fathoms,
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her and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $300.00. It is body interested. Outfit free. Send Wanted 6 ft. deep; two trap nets, 7 ft.
deep.
.. Terms J. B- Gray & Co., 2 W.
1 1I. ea.v.
cool In terms n .
very and pleasant here summer. lOc for postage today. 'Best to Boat sail
S. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb and new; nets 13 months $50
agents. Credit given. Freight ,paid. W1ANTED-Second hand furniture 414 S. Alcanlz.
: FOR RENT
3may3t
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. Take orders while waiting for. outfit bought and sold. Ring- phone 754 I I.'_ no< i MONEY TO LOAN. On real estate -
or
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY Monarch Book Company; Philadel- or call at 112 S. Tarragona St H. C. FOR .RENT-Seven room house on' other sufficient; security by spp1- FARM FOR SALE-80 acres locatedat

phia,. Pa. :,26apr2w 'J O'Hara. 2may North Hill for $25.00 per month Until Ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafor and Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced

THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY .. "i .Nov.. 15th. AIL; modern convenience :- Romana; up stairs. 17nov-m. in and with large house, barns out
i WANTED-First-class' barber for coV 1 SURETY ON BONOS-The American Fisher jRe'ar; J1>tate Agency/ houses etc. Creek runs through the
ored trade. Ring 1010-f-K 1 : I i land, and 4 or 5 springs are also on
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 r g.'or Surety Company, of New York.; is 3may. MONEY TO LE D-On: good real estate
I call at Sylvester Campbell Store;near prepared to execute at this city with- I II security; or on good collateral the land. Plenty shade trees and apple
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____ --- .-i------- dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. out delay Bonds and Undertakings required FOR SALE {One grocer's refrfgera-I at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. pecan, peach and plum trees.
l I 24 apr!. .... in the courts and for the per tor,capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. Apply Fisher building. 21jan Good soil; also hare a loc of fine breed
i
formance of contracts. Win.-D. Howe, D. J. Cunningham, Romana and Railroad chickens, ducks, hogs, goats, .pea
DIRECTORY WANTEDMen to learn barber trade attorney, 14% E. Government St Sts. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal fowls, pigeons, geese and tunceys of
Special BargainsFor Splendid time to .begin. Busy .season 2maylm. 2may:: I property on short notice: all kinds. Reasonfor selliug is that I
soon.' Few weeks c completes. FOR-RENT-7 house I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair have no one to manage place. A great
room on North
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Top wages paid graduates. Positions 1 MATTRESSES RENOVATED New Hill, modern improvement. Block' 28* South Palafox St., Phone 1144. bargain; either as an investment or
finl
Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F.. Few waiting. Best trade In"the world for tick furnished if desired. Guaran- from car line. Address P. O. Box 354 )! for party looking for a good farm oa
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 Days Only poor man. Little! capital starts busi! teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid City. 2maylw* UNLIMITED amount or money to lOan which to make money. Everything

o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GardeaSt. ness. Investigate. Moier Barber College if desired. Leave orders at on all kinds of personal property. genuine and just as represented. No

Visiting: brethren are cordially In. Lot 40x240 New Qrleans, La. :. 29apr6t*' Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar FOR RENT-Two desirable Special rates to business: men on )large fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan: ,
Tited. W. Romana very loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% Box 453. Pensacola, for further ;partic.
stores on first floor of Manhattanhotel
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. St near Spring St. WANTED-A good all-round 'printer, WANTED-Youn'g country printer Corner Garden and Baylen. South Palafox.MATTRESSES. ulars. 31ma*

J. W 0' GINGLES, Sec. capable of doing first-class job print. wants a position in newspaper or Just completed and arranged in first -S

3ljan6m. with 5 room house $3250 ing and experienced In" newspaper job office in Florida or Alabama. Has class shape. For terms, particulars, MiscellaneucsJw.wu FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters<
.. J one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
work. Must be sober '
absolutely ; no eight year experience and an all- etc., apply Hooton' & Watson. 29Apr 'npf-W-' -wu'
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, Iof P. drinking man need .apply. Cook & round good job printer. A perfect 'AND'F1tR.. ITURE- lumber the other thirty thousand ca

meets every Monday evening at 8 Lot 80x170 W Romananear Hutchison, Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm gentleman and a.bsolutely'sober; will FOR RENT After May 1, furnished Mattresses made' t<1 order; old ones pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two
skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,
New ticks
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall start on moderate salary. Address; cottage'at. "All Bay." Address Box renovatei. furnished.
'
I 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A.
over Poii stable. W. Intendencia st. DeVilliers St.$1000 stating full particulars, Arthur Win.I 815; Pensacola. 28apr Second hand furniture, ought and
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. WANTED free,_White_Castle, La. l2aprjw'WANTED.A1l i -.. sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing done. Chaffin & Co., Milton, Fla. 25mar
___ 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77L
J. A. KIRKPATRICK c. c. I FOR RENT-Second
kinds story over Lin- LAND-East
of Hill electric
flws"u electrical ON THE HIGH -
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S Leslie E. Brooks WANTED-A position as stenogra work. I sell all kinds of electrical denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable Davis Mfg. Co., C. T, Da vis, Mgr. car line, six lots 100 ft. front

pher by-young lady with experience.P. batteries and other electrical supplies. for offices, sleeping quarters or storage EXCURSION The' launches Stella by 137% deep, corners $700 inside

Meetings of the Fisher Building. 0. Box 244 Florala, Ala. When you need me ring 345 or 955. rooms. Lee Daniell. ,2.fapr and Leclair will run excursions to lots $600. There are no better situa
S Knights of Columbus 29apf2w E. W. Peake new Star Laundry building tions than these lot<*. A. V. Clubb,.
:' C.' are held at their hall, E. Garden. 15dee. FOR RENT8roomstory Cottage the Life Saving Station or other
No. 8 West Intendea- OLD HATS MADE NBW-Panama 318 W. Belmont. Apply' to Walker points of interest, day or night on reasonable JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment or

cia street on every and Straw hats cleaned, .pressed WANTED-The public to know that Ingraham. April20A. terms.. Phones 659 and :30. imported Olive Oil Retail by pint,

Monday evening at FOR SALE and blocked. Panama 60c straw hats wa can do all kinds of repairing J. C. Sutherland Mgr., I2apr gallon or larger quantity. G. Uorasso

7:30 o'clock. An !nvitatloa 25c felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. R., BINGHAM has storage room for & Co., ship chandlers and1 grocers, 701
t* extended Victor Louis 100 E. Intend ncla. rent, suitable for furniture or/other TAILORING-B. ,L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' South Palafox. 4oct.
List of for Sale G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb
Property D. Hale
by
'tol visiting Knights. 24 aprlm I goods, 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. clothing cleaned 'pressed and

JOHN B. JONES Wilson, & Co. HOUSE DYEING. Phone 630 SOnovWANTED. repaired on .short notice. No. 11% FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit-
S EDM. FOX. Grand Knight PANAMAS-Let us clean your Panama COURT Pressing West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. uaticn in the city for a tourist hotel -
Recorder. One block on proposed street 'car: and straws. Hats cleaned,blocked and Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeViIler .-Real Estate for sale or idee. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet
St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage rent lease or exchange. Your business S
rebanded by expert workman.
line, New City, overlooking Bayou and deep on East Government street over
Daughters of Rebekah. Texar, and under fence. ... .$3000 Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor solicited; satisfaction guaran respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson J. H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South looking Seville square and Adams

Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters One half block on Lake view avenuein Shop, 34 S. Palafox St. "Special attention teed. Careful attention given ladies' Real ,Estate Agent, 22% W. Government Palafox street. Orders taken for street with open view of Pensacola
of garments. Phone 1222. 8feb street,' Room 7, Salisbury tents, awnings, c mp'stools and1 house
Rebekah, meets ery Monday night settled neighborhood! and on hard to mail orders. bay, $10,000 will buy the property.
at.8 o'clQck in L 0. 0. F. hall Visit. road, very cheap "at.. .. ..$1500 I building. Phone 172. 23jan cotS'. etc. Prices' reasonable., 31 Jan. lapr.
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WANTED. Hauling ana
Ing sisters cordially invited to be present One-half block ((12 lots) and six new SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED work. Office phone 363 transfer FOR Warehouse, 50x75 on SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- .
residence
houses renting for $5.OO each with I -Highest price paid for gents' 390. Acosta &'White; 22-28 railroad. Address Box 712 vCity. ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those
phone N.
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for more houses. $3250. clothing only. Sell second hand goods. wishing to make successful
MRS. B. R. WJTKOVSKI, room seven I Tarragona St 25mar. 29aprlw. chandlers and grocers.-.only first-class a run
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. Two large lots and a good three Dress suits for rent 9. E. Intendencia. house of kind in city. !fair prices! to all. should supply themselves with a bo"-
room and hall house renting for $6.00 tie of PLUTO. Now is the season :to

M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first andS per month; if sold at once.. ,.$600 WANTED.-A. R. Blngham wanti WANTED.-The public to know that HOTELS. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- prepare your stomach and livr!
One nice moving and hauling.' Be old newspapers' can be bought at -- ,., 'W41Ee! Jfims, Proprietor. Furniture '.
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 five roomed house in good your 111&1\ rJ-LrtrnJmnn rL.nnr jw.w Junr wnrnjt against all diseases. Pluto will do :
S m, Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten.p. locality with 37 foot lot renting for' antees all breakage. Phone 630. this office for five cents a bundle. They FERRELL: : HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. repairing of all kinds, carpets:! For sale by all druggists and grocer,

dencla street $10.00 per month.. .... .. ..$1000 are all clean and nice. Rates $2.00 per "day. Nice rooms, laid furniture packed for shipping. wholesale by Jas :McHugh.

'' A. G. FELL Pres.7.L. One-half an arpent and ten roomed good beds, table the best. J. M. Fer- Phone 63.. Next to Tampa Landing. -- -
SWEENEY. Sec. house in central part of the city,nice NEW UPRIGHT PIANO' to exchange WANTED-We want your orders for rell, ,Prop._ 17apr 22April. FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved
shade and fruit trees. .. ..$5500 for lot on East H11L Address P. 1907 Art Calendars.' Over 300 'ori CARRIAGES property in all parts of the city.
Vacant lots in any part of the city 0. Box 207. : 30mar ginal designs to select from. All, HOTEL VERNON;"Rates $2 per day. repaired and repainted. J. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents,
No. 4 I. Floats built
.Penlcola Lodae 0. 0. to order.
F. Horse
: Mayes pensa.coIla. Special rate by week. Special attention shoeing -
at prices that will take Several investments prices. Printing Co., Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
: Peasacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. 0. F., a specialty. J, G. Welsh Carriage
,- meeta' that will. net 10 per cent. WA.\"TED-All owners of/poultry 'to 16feb.!, to traveling men. Free sam Co. 172. 23jaa
every Thursflarveiling: at 7:30 we are agents for the celebrated pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. 27feb
know that
the invested. S
on money :
&t;'the new hall on West Garden ., -_. __ __ I FOR SALE-One new Kokens bar
Conkey's Poultry Remedies. 15apr, CHIROPODIST. E.. St. Clair
FOR RENT.
ftreet. Visiting brethren cordially ber chair, also several mirror-.
Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera LOST : Thomas, professional? chiropodist.:
-lavlted. B. GREENBLATT, Ten roomed house centrally located, gape and to kill fleas.l'.ce| !' and mites. -__ HOTEL- SOUTHER. -rOpen all the Corns; 'bunions aid ingrowing nails:, Call or write J. A. Billingsley, 14 K;

; J. NEVILLE Secretary.W. and unexcelled for a boarding house, Also their wonderful egg producer. F... LOST Gold brooch, either on electrie Jean. American and European plan. successfully treated.. Office In .opera: Government St. ISAprilim

1 b- O. W.'Lire on street car line $35.00 pei-month. S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. car or Palafox street Studded Special summer rates. First-class in house building, Government -stre t en::11
Five roomed house close in town>, ISapr."WANTED. with opals. Reward for return to every! respect. Pleasant, and convene trance., Office hours 8.to 12 FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire!
Oak Camp No.1, W. 0. W. ient. Irs. T. L. Bowen. a. m.; best of breeding. Ask for
large yard land nice out buildings, stable Wm. Johnson & Son's. Imaylw Prop., Pen. 1 to 8 p. m. hogs;
.
'tneet in", Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd etc., $20.00) month. sacola? Fla. loapr 24apr catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipky
per -To buy old gold and silver ,
;Wednesdays in each month. Visiting LOST-A diamond locket, engravedJ. GOOD NEWS FOR PENSACOLA Fla.
If what you want is not listed here
sovereigns cordially invited. broken up stuff regardless of S. P. Lfberal reward for returnto ; you need any locks
THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy or keys repaired
234 rooms,
call us by. phone call
up or
and
sizes. Cash paid. LIghtman &Klein. '
on
F. A. BOGHICH C. C. Journal office. 29apr good beds.. Free baths and I or fitted anywhere in your- house FOR SALE-5 room cottage
30 S Palafox sample ;
see us at street.
106 E; Wright Phone 1127. ,
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. if have monthly payments. Newly pa'ne!
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN- room. $2 per 'day. Special' attentiontc you any trunks needing repair.
WANTED-Refrigerator; must be in J. R. ing or lock and key- have I and papered. Gas and water, 1 1i 14
Pure white about six traveling men. Brown, ProP.. ; or you a
Woodman's Circle. D. Hale, Wilson, & Co. good condition and cheap for cash.,old pup jnpntus DeFuniak Springs. Fla. ISmarlm 'dull lawn mower needing sharpening:i blockfrom; East Hill car line on N.
i ; cross between fox terrier and ;
W. c. Oak Grove No. Capacity 150 to 200 Ibs; 'Addre$8 Lock 8th G. E. Bredt. 26aprlw
: W. O. 4, bull; liberal reward return to F. R. :;or repairing scissors or carvers to J;! ave.
Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday Box 594, City. Smaylw Mead?, 118 W. Cervantes. 28aprlw I CENTRAL HOTEL 'CHIPLEY-0P:: grind; guns, pistol$ 'and 'rifles to clean I,, .
J p. nu 2d floor Pythian Hall, over depot Large and well lightedrooms. and repair? We can' properly clean,, AUTO WBILES.-I am agent for the
Pou's stable, on Intendenclt street W ANT .-Electric ,oioi alt kind. OLOST OR STRAYI2) sthalIdikbrown I Free sample room. Meals-at adjust and repair: any make of type: Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you auto

S Visiting sovereigns cordially ,lavltei $$700Buys Let us can rOUt fans, resiir your heifer with 'tips or hornssaw'n all hours. Special attention' to traveling writer. All of these things and many S from $500.00 up. They cost less than

Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; Mrs. dynamo. K. B. Olsen. Clerk. a five room cottage, E. Gregorynear 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. '205 S. reward to any one giving information Prop. ISmarlm at F.'B. Bruce's 28 East,Government. in sand or anywhere a horse can go-
R. R. shops.. Baylen. as to its' whereabouts. Last Phone 380 : Leslie E. Brooks.
$1200-For net ve.,room cottage on seen 14 St.and 14 ave. Address J, B.I CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterftnd, : 18apr2w
F.&A.M. East HUL WANTED-Your orders for tailor-. T., 104ft S. Palafox St, or phone 86.I Prop.- Special attention to commercial REGULAR HA.C}{. LIN From Chip- btif:
A regular communication of $1500-For six, room summer homeon made clothing. We make your 28apr travel era. Free sample and b fb ley, makingconnections with mail]i FOR SALE-95% acres of land *

S Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F. & Little Bayou. near car line. clothes fit. Let us take your meas- LOST-Meresham pipe. Reward for rooms. Large ,rooms with. good beds. Extra launch: for points on St. Andrews bay, timber nile from land, city sub, soil northwest clay; 25; 70% acr-acre*
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A. M., will be held Thursday FOR RENT. ure. Lamm & Co., Chicago,. W. 0. .return to Parlor Market 27apr $2 per 'day. ISmafln teams for traveling men. Good, under cultivation, clay sub soil Dr.

night. All members are requested Cottagi. 519 E;. Gregory. .. '..$8.00 Wells, agent, Chipley, FU. 7aprlm LOST April houses" comfortable, vehicles.} Call os l T. A. LaFar, 518 Guillemarde St.
Saturday, 14 "
'" \ presnmably BAY. HfTEL.-ope1 night and day. or-address J. C, Sinclair; Chipley Fla.
to be and visiting
present
WANTED.-Tae Mercianu TransferCo. from wagon, package containing : Telephone No : 22April 2w
74.
European plan. Rooms light and 28apr
; brethren invited. By order of '
C.R.YAEGERNo. ,
I ., wants your moving and lIauUn pair trousers addressed H.. Pj Moog. clean.: Transient --
is TE.. HARVEY. W. M."Bf All breakage guaranteed.. T.; BTnor- If found, returned to Express office uade 7 solicited., .GOOD PASTURE- -For a yew horses I FOR SALE -Nice. clean old newspa'

i., : Mv SOLOMON, Sec. ._202 TheUen Bloyphone 686. tea. Prop. Phone 178 l!!unelm. and receive reward. 18apr Prop.575-579. S. Palafox.- Jas.. .,S.. Nlcblai.. : S ,and, cows. Address )apply. to W,. pers at !ave cents a bundle. This ofb .
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i Private Wires N. Y.,. N. 0,, and Chicago. i Pleasant, Convenient. Comfortable. Quisine Excellent, :..J1-' :l.' I

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both by conferring with us I COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSaDdBONDS 1 NavI'Stores. El I\\ ,
Save ;
irhen out to buy REAL ESTATE. See Savannah 'Ga., May 2.-*The naval If you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person, : .', ,

us about N.some DeVillier of the following street, renting: i Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment Ww stores.market OJ ... ..closed. .. ...today. .5 00 as to follows 5 05 : we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms board or both.Tetley's 'IL' '.:J I

Store WG.. .v ..S .. ..I .S .. .. ...4 90 '. I
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for JIM per North year. ''C'. street cheap t Reference: First NaW nd! Peoples Baals. Phone 1173 I N. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. ..4 85l .. ,M. '

House. .. .on. ... .. 5600 ; II. . .... .. ..t... .. .4 80 :;: :::::!/ : :. c '_ :. 1 L ..'._.' _.-. ._: ":., =:: : .:{ : \
fct .p street only .................................................... K .. ..:,. .. ,.f i. ......4 7G h .
East Aragon
House on .. I .. .. .. .o. o.' .O' . .4 40' r __, : ; ?:., "
. .. .... .. ..... $650 .
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of land a H .. o." o.;;. 'J 4 .30 ?-
98 acres good farming I G.. .. .. .. t .. ... .4 00 5. S. ,
. .. $1000 ----- --- ---- p -
bargain at a a a a a F. ... .. .: .. 0. .. ala I 3 93 = .

four blocks in West King Tract E ..r..OJ .... a ... ... .. .. ... .3 9ap : r ...
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each. other a. ... ... ..., .. .' . .3 .90 Tea -

ties We listed have with numerous us and it would proper pay Checking Account By Mail C.... '. . .. a. a .......3 75 A a 0' -

consult us.be'fore' making Spirits Turpentine 64 to 64 4 ,
to your '
you : .
investment cents. .' '. The taste for Tet* __ _i --- :

We are in receipt of advices from

the fire insurance companies represented Persons'living. in small towns or in II I-the country AUSLEY Liverpool. & CO.'S Cotton REPORTS Market. ley's is the most cultured 4-. I take the celebrated cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. 1. .

by us "That aU will losses In Cal.I can open a checking, as well as a savings account Clou /1 B.) It is all in the world you need to effect a perfect .

ifornla conflagration be promptly J lall..Feb... ...... -..562 and lasting cure. Even the most obstinate j' ,
paid and that THEY WILL CON by mail. Such an account will give business men in Feb.-Mar.......:.......... taste in tea II : .
TINFE TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE M.r.-Apit1.................................. II weeping.and scaly forms of eczema have been per \ .-
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY the country and small towns a commercial prestige ApriWfay:............-. 5.87 II manently cured-cases which resisted the.united efforts i : ',.

THEY HAVE DONE FOR ............... '
FIRE AS Hay-Jl1U. 6.87 I I of scores of medicines, and many doctors. -
I that will enhance their standing in the business .....
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. June-Jwlr 5.83JuIyABfuit U. '
Prolessionalllirectory .1 I Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state :'l .
Protect your home and business world, J 5.88 ....._ __ _.... 3 ,
If i
of
loss by' fire" by Insuring with J.l1gut-Sepkm...... fi.Sfl u. u I I ment. you want a cure instead a costly experiment ;"

against us. ;I I It will give its' pleasure to explain to you upon S6ptemb r-Octoter .. ..... .71 THOS. PE8LEY,' l call for Botanic Blood Balm, and accept : ,.

ESCAMBIA request, how to open a checking or savings account OetoberNoYemb Korember-Dectmber...1.61 562 LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND -I'_ no substitute. A never-failing cure for eczema. /.! > \; .

.L.PO..I!! I mail. DeoeJC. r-Jantl&rTJ! .?,...5.63 COLLECTIONS, :4Price $1 per bottle at all druggists or sent on receipt fi t. !.

204/2 S. P I by Llrnrpool Spots*6Q6. PALAFOX AND ROM ANA. \\ of price. 8 bottles for $2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00. // ;.!
Telephone 1052. PHONE 559. :
Four interest. semiannually .
cent compounded '
General agents for !State, for Home per New York Cotton Market. \ BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. J .;,'
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,Open High Low "I'
CloM
Life Insurance Oo..ofNew York. paid in,our: savings department.HRST'N.ATIONAL .
10.13
January 10.43 10.44 10.44 ,

May 11.18 11.18 11.10 1L15 T G.G YATES M D ,, .
J July 10.98 10.98 lo.s0' 10.05
I August 10.7d '10.81 10.75 zo.Oagb.t. ,, ; :

FOR SALE I ........;.10,39 10.40 10.87 lUO OPTICIAN ,: ,
December.........10,40 10.41 10.8910.41 J
306 THIESEN BUILDING .
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. I hew York Spot, 11.76 "

Lester Piano, mahogany fine order,' Wheat k, /, \
was $350 price now $275 used only BANK .Opegf:; .'Blgh Low Clow _ _ -- : rt.:
m D. HOWE '
a few months. $10 cash balance $8 May-.78tf 79 7S 4 7.79 % ,

per month. .T ..........-. 79W reOpen ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW t' "- ': 4 .
Irving handsome case, was $300 OF PENSACOLA, FLA. . _Cpn., in length or one-half inch in diameter -
used. Terms $10 High Low ClowKH 14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Legal AdvertisementsCustom charged with I J1-: '
little gun powder.
now $215; very
W.H. KKOWIW! ,Pres. W.K. HTIR Ja., V.-Pre.and Owliier.T '
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cash $I 6) per month. W BR15T and W.N. RoaiRis Asst. Caihieri. Kay. 173 47% 43 m >Section 2. That it shall be unlaw-j .:.: ,
Clutter, large handsome mahogany OttlCTOBft-F. 0. Brent, W. A. Blount"W, H. Knowles W. K. Hyem Jr .JaIt_...4$ 4 K W/t tttf SETT PEES tart House Pensacola, Fla., Col.; ful for any person to discharge or .. ?,' ,.
was' $335. A bargain. ; D. G. Brent New York. Stock Market Wtdif s users of morphina SUPPLIES explode In street .,.J :'
case; $400 now .1 opium, laudanum, lector's Office April 27, 1906. or upon any pub : :
Terms $15 cash. $8 per month. --_ -:-- -r------------------- : Op&l1 cloii&uherP&eiAe..e. eliilrofopinm.co- FOR REVENUE \'FSSELS-I$ lie way or park within the City of Pen ,+,;
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M.ehlln high grade mahogany;" was .- ... 11214 62% caine or whisker,ft Sealed proposals for supplying ship sacola any of the toys fire-crackers ; 'v.
$450 now $390; rented only few Dapper.-A.fl.Jl.
months; $20 cash$10 per month. ,. Sffif 130JfAtch R VIsaiator1um treat- of the Revenue-Cutter Service regularly -; exposing for sale of which is prohib* .i '"'

Sterling ebony' case was $350 now City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds ..*.-,.,.,... ...?........,. r't 142K 142 87KJLB. % AND B. M.. WOOLLET,Dr., stationed or temporarily, at Pen, !Ited.by the fore-going section. .' j- !

?120, $10 cash. $6 per month. a.R .'1'".."!"...".... 78 75: IMN.PryorStAtlanta sacola Fla., and delivered on board I Section 3. That any person, firm "i-j
Clutter large size mahogany case; B.AO .. ,.; .:.'106J 106%( / Cure Georgia, said vessels at that place at such I or corporation convicted of violating 'i,.. '

used seven months, wad $400 now Denomination, 1000.00 Each. **e.... ..!...; 39 m 1 I times and in such quantities as may. any provision of this ordinance shall .,.
$275; $10 cash, $8 per month. O.r.J .. 41tf 43>i be required during the fiscal 'year ending be punished by a fine of not exceed :. :

Kimball,,walnut case was $375 used Dated Jan. 1,1906., Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. U. .?;..... 38.,,4: SoIBL June 30, 1901, yiU be received at ing Fifty (50.00) Dollars or by im- .t. ,:
two years, now $li5, $10 cash, bal Interest Payable Seml-Annually. LI-.t1 preferred... '... 10'>( 10jIt % Florida and Alabama I this Office until 2 o'clock p. m. of prisonment of not exceeding sixty'.((60)) !; ,
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$7 month.All $ CK. ; 26 4 .' days or by both such fine and im .':5 .
ance per Tuesday, May: 5. U06r at,WhiCh time .,
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of the above are upright pianos L.* H 140 339 : prLsonment -
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them. We have 16! Sale Lttl. .......:....;;: ,......*._ 72M LAND COMPANYManufacturers ; and place theyvill be publlclyvopened. -', Section 4. That this ordinance shall :-j.. .
We For These .
and we guarantee Offer Bonds Subject to Blank! forms cf proposals for coal
1LF.........;; ........ .. 87 8'1]( ',;
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c .' ship chandlery,, and rations showing: take effect immediately after its adop. -
week good for practice. Prior Sale in Amount t 110 107% of ; tion and publication as required bylaw
; to
per o.u. ;'ao, .,.15f1 Ji 157;% and 'Dealers in conditions as to coal, articles of ship
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, N.1'0 .....,131K 182 chandlery, and component parts of rations .. ,
Pensacola, Fla. Suit Purchaser.Correspondence P.O .... ..80H MK LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES with specifications may be had,I Section 5. All ordinances and parts ,

.. R:.D'G...........,............... Jl1" IHj, AND. KILN-DRIED, SAP. upon application to this Office; pro- I! of ordinances in conflict herewith bo
FOR SALE Three yoke of oxfen and Invited. 8'.P .........!........,........J56% l 8 posals must be submitted on these I and the same are hereby repealed.

log cart; good team in good condition K.I./1. .,. '24 Z3 4 forms. Separate bids will also be received Passed March 28th 1906. '.
B.B. .... ........: Approved March 29th 1906. -
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and working every day. 'Price ; : '. NO MORE DRUG USERS. at the same time and place for '
A. T.O.I..... ....._. 135 138.4 I I II lubricating The CHAS. H. BLISS, '. '''!
$300. Call on or write J. Chaffln & THE BANK OF I and illuminating oils. "'
PEOPLE'S PENSAGOLA P nn*... 135X 135% A SURE CURE HAS BEEN DISCOVERED C. E. 1I RRITT. MaYQr.\
Co., Milton Fla. 29aprlmSFOR i right is reserved to reject any or all
( 17.P........ -..:i___.-141 1113 Clerk. ..
'I 3---. ,' i WHICH ONLY COSTS $2.00 bids! and to waive defects if It is deemed 4.
SA.11One hack horse PENSACOLA FLA. PER BOTTLE. for the interests of the Government An Oralnance: to amend Section ..67, {?
and set of harness. ;Price good$225.00'Apply Ausley & CoV:Dally t Cotton L tter. I Which Overcomes to do so, and no contract will be put II II Article 1 of Chapter X of the Code :.

F. B. Radcllff, 809 N. Alcanlz. New York, May 2.The: .panicky .A Wonderfu"i'I''portation' Desire -I in force until Congress shall have I of Ordinances of the City of Pens '* ;O\
All Necessity or ,
APr291w.' condition of affairs in Wall street I made an appropriation for the pur. sacola. .
NO. sees. for Narcotic Drugs.St. I pose. John E. Stillman Collector. Be It Ordained by the Major and :,:
for 'the last two. days had its effect I' I I Council of the of Pea acola
Louis Mo., -The vast army City & : ;
FOR SALE One large fireproof VIctor c.w.UIU:President. JOHN PFEiffER. Assistant Caikbr. tipon!! the cotton markets day also. drug users who make annual pilgrimages I! TO, CONTRACTORS.City !Section 1. That Section 167, Article -. : ,

safe practically for new. have Double II. C. CLARK Vfci-Preslient! and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant! Cas lar.! Securities -were, .' thrown overboard. in lof to institutes or sanatorium:: Hall for Pensacola. 1 1, of Chapter X of the Code of! .;'':
doors. Reason selling, a
effect of iSealed proposals will received Ordinances of the City of Pensacola: ;
the distressing h.3
one. Safe Dept., Win Johnson a wild disregard of. values that reminded to escape
larger narcotic drugs will be delighted to until 12 o'clock noon May 21st 1906 be and the same is hereby amendedso
ISapr AMERICAN NATIONAL of the famous black Friday -
& Son. BANK '
THE one learn of the latest Importation and at the office of L. Hilton Green, as to read as follows: : ,
I of many years -ago; : discovery in medical research. This Chairman of the Board of Bond Section 167. The following shall
:WANTED-To loan money on your er PCHSACOLA, FLA. be the fire limits which shall'be:
Liverpool cables! were practically wonderful discovery is the product of Trustees Pensacola Fla., for the
watches, jewelry and personal ef. known the fire district Commencing ; .
:
erection of a CITY HAUL AT PENSACOLA. as :
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DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. unchanged spots bIng 6.06 on sales the Egyptians and this drug or antidote .
fects. Highest cash price for old gold at the point of intersection of the .<
of 8,000 bales. Our markets opened which is taken hypodermically)
and silver. LJghtman & Klein, 106 E. of and Palafox ;_
CAPITAL STOCK $20flC09. SURPLUS $69,608. I To insure consideration each bid center Hickory
fractionally lower and after the or internally in len or twenty drop *.
wright. Phone 1127. /' streets thence East along the center -
roust be accompanied with a certified ; .-
call : call- '
opening became very dull doses four to .eight times a day is
DIRECTORS. check of $1,00000 on an Incorporated -of Hickory street to a point one hung ,.
FOR SALE One four ton ice but tha tendency seemed lower. ed orphia..cura-Comp.! Its successin and feet East of the ; '
ma bank as a guarantee of good died fifty ((150))
chine complete running now making Henry I.. e lngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner. The. weather, ovef the entire belt drug addictions is marvelous as it faith That the contractor will} -make Eastern line of Tarragona street ,
Ice daily. Will sell at a bargain. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Limar has been favorable for some time. will not only cure the drug habit; but a bojia' of $20,000( () In a Surety Comrany thence North along a line parallel .
Reason for selling installing 15 ton Bryan Dunwody., T. F. McGourin' J. R. Sounders, Nights a little cool In some' sections is very ,efficacious in relievitfg! the doing business in the State of with the Eastern line of Tarragona h':
plant :Address quick to T. W. Pace A. M.. Avery W. H. fdilton. 0. E. Maul'a, perhaps a little too airy in others dug habitue of asthmatic. catarrhal Florida, within fifteen days after the street to a point in the center of :
Qulncy, Fla. 26apr2w W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McHenzIe Oertlng, but on the whole favorable to the conditions and stomach troubles contract has been awarded, for the Wright street; thence West along the r

Alex McGowfn C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. new crop. also In relieving pain and producing faithful performance of the work in center of Wright street to the center t ..'
,
., ,' The. receipts- falling off daily refreshing sleep. It can be used in accordance with the plans and spscl-! of Tarragona street; thence Norttt :
FOR SlALE-Ten new and second Accounts of Bankslndivldual.- Corporations end Firms Solicited i and .the port stocks decreasing rapidly combination with opiates of any kind! fications prepared by Fredrick Aus- along the center of Tarragona street to;:
second hand office safes different and we doubt. the ability of the the habitue is enabledto hundred ,
and in this way feld, Architect Pensacola, Fla., and to a point one and fifty
sizes best makes at bargain prices. Four.par cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. spinners to remain out of the mar cut his daily dosage of drug down Ala. ((150)) feet North of the North line ',..

Scarritt Moreno office East Govern ket until the new crop begins to from 50 to 73: per cent and effect a Montgomery Plans and specifications are on file I' of Wright street; thence West along _

ment St. 24mar, move.. They have all along contended perfect cure' without pa'n or Inconvenience and can be seen at ths office of L. a line parallel with the North line of _'

I : that they ,had an abundance of no matter whether he is Hilton Green, Chairman of the Boardof I Wright street to a point two huuo'red' i.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those -- k- cotton to run them well into the new taking a'grain or 100 grains. An absolute Bond Trustees, and at the officeof ((200) feet West of the West line of

wishing to make a successful run! L HILTON GREW' ,PJ1pmn T.B. WBLL1CS.: VI01l.PBUID1B5T. crop but If this is the case why do free trial treatment of this won- the architect. Falafox street; then South along a. f-:,
should supply themselves ,with a bottle B.it. BUSHKFtli,(ClCHIKB. MANSFIELD MOR2NO,AlH.C.umm they keep buying so freely even at derful specific for drug habits of all The City of Pensacola reserves the line parallel with the West line of *t'

of PLUTO. Now is the season to National Bank fcubstantlal advance3 in prices? kinds can 'be' obtained fromftWHITE& right to reject any and all bids. Palafox street to a point one hundred -
I Citizens We consider the summer months a ) feet North of the
prepare your stomach and liver ,. I I and fifty (150)
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. of Pemsaook. Florida. giM>'4 purchase.on declines but think CO. ,. Estate of Henry D. pe'irce, Deceased North line of Chase street and one
DI8CCTORS.QM. the price of cotton will b? much Creditors legatees distributees hundred and fifty (150)) feet West

wholesale For sale by by all Jas druggists McHugn.I'OR and. grocers W Wright.. )torr. Be&r. T.B.wenlS. Bix M.Kobtnson. L. Hilton Gmn.' lower before delivery' ioay! on December druggists. Persons who cannot call and all persons having claims or demands from the West line of Palafox street; ,

04VJTfWG! V6INZSSTR4NSACTE0 contracts. at the above Pensacola drugg'sts, are against. the said estate-are required thence West along a line parallel
,4 ef/VIJMt/ requested to write In confidence' to to present them to me within with the North line of Chase street to :'

.SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. Not if as Rich as Rockefeller.If the Delta Chemical (Company, Colonial from this'date.; a point one hundred and fifty (150) ,
two years
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to you had all the weath of Rockefeller Security Building( SL Louis Mo., fora ANNA' L. PEIRCE Executrix. I' feet West of the West line of Baylen '

New Method Laundry. ISApril the Standard Oil magnate, you free trial treatment which will be April 12. 1906. oawSw. street; thence South along a line par. u
----. r .. postpaid. I allel with the West line ot Bayleu
A_ could not buy a better medicine for sent in plain cover
"-= bowel l complaint than Chamberlain's street to the center of Hickory '
Escambia Lodge.No. 15, F. & A. M. Fi M.';:..or'dAEt-r: -1)C"-'. Jno.fits'* Core! Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. An Ordinance to Prohibit th< sale, street; thence East along the centerof
.
Special communication of Wholuale and BeUli Dealer it The most eminent physician ran not. CREW NOTICE. Keeping for Sale, or Use of Dangerous Hickory street to the point of be }

Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. & Anthraciteand prescribe a better preparation for Neither the captaIn own., Toys and Fire-Works. In th ginning. ..
A( A. M., Friday evening May SteamQomesttc. C 0 A L : ic and diarrhoea, both for COI-I ', ers Qr consignees of the City of Pensacola. Section 2. That all ordinances f

4th at 7:30: o'clock. Work in blacksmithOfficeNo. and adults. The uniform success of 6 British ss "Tapton" will be Be it Ordained by the Mayor and and parts of ordinances in conflict

E.. A. Degree. Visiting brethren fra. .. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. this remedy has shown it to be i u. responsible for' the debts Council of the City Pensacola: herewith be and the same are hereby.

ternally invited. Yard corner' Tarragona and Gonzalez: streets. Phones 6 and 372 perior to all tethers; It never fails,! contracted by the crew of said steam-. Section 1. That It shall be unlawful repealed. 3. That this ordinance
Section.
C. D. BEYER. W. M. Fiif u.r"! =:!4WO'men -< __ and when reduced 'with 'water tnd i er' 'j I for any person, firm or corporation
immediately upon;
: or.Expose for sale within shall take effect
W G. DAlI Y. Sec.fiRE sweetened, is pleasant to take. Everyfamily I JOHN TRATTLES .. to sell or keep and approval ,
Master. the City. of Pensacola any toy or its passage 4
should be with
supplied it.
1 I 28 1906. -
:March ,
': '! an4 intended for the Passed -
Sold by all druggist. I PENSACQLA. : LUMBER CO., toys des'gnated l March 29, 1906.! I
ApprQve!
: 'SALE i Consignees.} :1'I purpose of exploding any*' explosive or CHAS. H. BUss; ; (:.
Can Paint detonating materials, whether such
NOTICE. : C. E. }MERRITT Mayor J*
I CREW NOTICE. toys -be of the shape or kind common
.
All those who- wish to vote in the Clerk. .. .f
The fire which burned my meat Household Articles.It's primary May 15th must see that their' Neither the captain own. ly known as toy pistol or otherwise; -
]I er or consignee of the Ital. or to sell or keep or expose for sale NOTICE. .
market and WIt"t xes are paid not later than FYI- .
grocery Saturday night a 5th
the day.
of that on
ian Barktine Luisa will be any fulminating; detonating :explosive Is hereby given
article 4th.
only slightly damaged the groceriesand for women to paint household like day May -
: easy --
D. 1906, I will present
responsible for debts contracted material for nse in, or in connection of November A. ,
for the next few days these will Chairs, sideboards, tables or floor$ if you like, with J. S. ROBERTS -- Honorable County Judge
sad an/ such sell to the
by the crew of vesseL : with toys or to
be sold at fire sale prices. 'Call at the .. Tax Collector. i '
-a Florida m accounts -
E. MONTANO, I keep or expose for.sale- anj ..firecracker --of Escambia County ,
old stand corner Alcaniz and Jackson Gran by 'R s. y-Mlxeil Household PaInts lor of
'CREAM. Consigned to' 'Master. Captala.CARPENTERS 'or' other such fire-work's. of and vouchers as guardian vth'e
streets. TRY BOSSO'$ PHONE 1325. ,
I more than three. inches in length or estate of Genevieve Parkhill a
G. J. MORGAN. put up in Mb cans 25 cents. SKATING EVERY I AND JOINERS. I lone half inch in diameter, or any such minor and make application for a final "
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2may3t. THIS WEEIC4 TO 6. LADIES AND, JoSat meeting.Friday! May 4 of Carpenters fire-works. charged with any- fulmi discharge from said guardianship.May .
Sau1ffJrs Mill Company Noi nating.detonating. explosive'' materials 2nd,
I SPECIAL RATES. and Joiners ocals 74-107 l&OfcB. -
CHILDREN' I
SKATING AFTERNOONTHIS ,
EVERY 459FuM! attendance requested. capable of making greater C. MAXWELL

WEEK 4 TO 6. LADIES AND I Phone ::7'. r.___ . 21, East Garden. ... ,.Street.._... ... and ". .itPAULSEN., Sec. noise than a fire-cracker three-caches, Oaw6v. Guardian,,
CHILDREN SPECIAL RATES. I I : ::.": .:: ::: .::.:.- .. ..- _. -.. _.- _.._.. __.".:...fi.J.J.:: -.- .- ',. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM.PHONE 1325. t. I




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and Birmingham both] U _' S.SI' .
Shr9epor -
'oi and the for For -z; NEW a- ;I7t .t> j't
or \\ q yesterday contest | I"ta"t TabI SECURING .
Clts.'i. 'i 't-\ 't'b c'It ?
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Barons 'aad 'Pirates. Birmingham; : T
:'AlTJLstbMach.haa.Trontwo'OTit. }\ For ail 'pmp.D tS ;for* S
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wffl finish Atlanta to-day. S JiszoiH'IDoz
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: ol three)] which Miik\ or,Cream / STUME

games 'played aad the tattle lot tj! 5s used, .. T'
day's ;game will be, a corker. New! That.B()Y'
Orleans was not hard for the North BORDEN'S, ..
.Louisiana crew, Shreveporf. '

are cut lotfg, the lapels {eryNashvillebattfe Rain interfered with'and, the Little.Rock Mont m'l Eagle CONDNSED Resolution Passed Asking City u..

are long and well shaped and Memphis are enjoying a lay off. i, GEOlG/A DfUVERfD. fOil
In keeping/with" fashion's I Jacksonville 'still holds on, tight' ,to.' MllkandCOIifljbfftfl1VAPORATED.JICarn! Council' for Appropriation _
degree. The shoulders the lead jn the South.Atlantic League rs J2CHAS..BLUM&CO?
: are made broad. On the though: Augusta ana1 Macon are' com, of $5,OOO. .
iii' whole, these garments are ing fast. I <* J WILLIAM MALLORY is'eight .
l: the swellest and smartestthat' NewYork. has a commanding pO-
Convenient :and: eco I \ and lives in a Georgia
T Pensacola will, see srtion in the 'National' League,' followed -! S S .
r* this year .spring and sum-. by Chicago' 'and Pittsburg. Inj'I nomical.. Suited' to' MONTHLY REPORT OF CHIEF OF town_of ess than 15,000 people.' 511 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.

irt mer. Our prices have a (!the American 'LeaguePhflafiwlphia\ any modification -.: POLICE. SCHAD SlHDVVS .INTER Within. eight months this eight 'JACKSONVILLE', FLA: "
wide range that well fit winners of last year's pennant lead ; >-
(Unsweetened) ,
all purses, from all other clubs; i ; ESTING, POLICE'. 'STATISTICSFIREME'N'UNANIMOUSLY, .- year old boy made enough moneyIN -

Pure :z::::: ".tu,",'. SELLING' _

$25. sad Flavor'Milk i.RloII ',. . FAVOR. S Morris .Dannheisser
$6.50. to STAGING AND RESULTS ORGANIZATION OF RELIEF. ..ASSOCIATJON THE SATURDAY _
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(Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
: Straw Hats 50 cents to $5 .. '- ". ; .-.THE. PROCEEDINGS .. EVENINGPOST Pure Old Rye and' Bourbon Fine
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;; Panamas $6.50; $8.50 and Southern League': -t.l I' : . . ,. ____ Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
; $10.00.The 'Won Lost p -. ,-. . to buy himself a house and lot _
I Shreveport '... .. .. \.16 3 828 Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty
If Pensacola does secure- -another which bring him in nearly .
-: :Birmingham .. ... ..15 .4 789 not Sioo.oo
New Orleans.-. ., ..,9' 7 563 and new steamer for the flre $ a rent. 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
Atlanta .. .. u..;- '.; 9 8. 527 ..- iepartment it will not bq the fault of year PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA::

John White Memphis .... .... .. 5 8 385 Chief Bicker or the Board of Public Think about! this .
? |Nashville ... '.. .. ", 6 11 S53 Safety; This was settled beyond all you ::>
; Montgomery ... .. .. 4 11 267 doubt at the meeting of 'the board last boys of 12 tnd 15 who 'VVOODAll

Phone Little ;Rock ., .... .. 2 13 133 [ night when the recommendation of complain that you'don't have enough spending
Store SHIPPING.'NESJ Chief Bicker for. a new steamer waS kinds that you want.
225. I r Yesterday's Results. aoquisced i in by the'board and a reso- money! You boys who can "do things;/ who want to

Birmingham 4; Atlanta 1. lution..adopted asking the city council} make money, who want to learn how to business!
205.207 S. PALAFOX ST. Shreveport 6; New Orleans 4. to make an appropriation of $5,000 for AND PINE
: We win OAK
v and the
Nashville' 1 Montgomery 1. (Called Arrived. ; the of Want-Yftfli pay, you 1ia-nsom.13r < ."*
; purchase steamer. e
a Vf ; .I.U

-- AmeR/fich, 337 I I Vfdlll I* same time help you to become good salesmen -
in third innjng. rain.) Annie F. Kimball The session of-the board was one of
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master. --good business men. Some of our boys make $15.00 week. than can buyit
Sweetland, Havana to ;; a cheaper you
bus.
the shortest and only
on record. '
"' South Atlantic League. .;, ". mess of a routine character was trans Think of what you could do with $15.00: a week: It wouldn't take,:you anywhere. Any size you

Tetley's I Won Lost Pet. VESSELS IN "CRT. acted. Chairman Ingraham presidedwith long to get that camera, or-bicycle,pr horse or even a house and lot. want.
Jacksonville .. ... ..,.101 714 '" ',: all the members' We give the first supply of POSTS free-so that It costs you nothing.
SteamsMpa.Balnbridge.
., .present I --. -. a- O ; /-= I I
Augusta,.... ..... .., 9 -6 600 Br 1193 Smith- Newport -- to start y mere are many prizes oesiaes tne regular commissions! .
L Tea Macon .. ..... .'... ... 7 8 467 News to H. Baars.ss J Police Report. camping parties,tours,college courses-and.cash prizes. If you are h[::. U. \.WLLL

Charleston,7 8 467 Birmingham, Br, ss, 2612, Baltimore Chief of Police Schad Submitted his one of.the boys who mean to succeed in life we want'you to write us. S
614.COFFEE.
j:. Savannah ... ... .. .. 6 9 400 report ..showing' the workings'of the Phone
Half-pound 30c 40c, 55c. Columbia ,. .. ..' "..:5 10 333 Cayo, to Domingo Gulf Transit Br' ss Co.. 1713, Friend, police department for' the month of \. The. Curtis Publishing Company, 1723 Arch St4 Philadelphia. Pa.- .
April, as follows: S =
GaJveston to Gulf Transit Co.
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I- Three generations Yesterday's Results. -Chelford, Br ss, 1707 Wood. ,. TampI: Total. fines assessed.$1,495.00. ,
Jacksonville 7;' Columbia 5. ', Cost'assessed.. ........._ 289.00 !
to order.Haslington
I. of success. Charleston 6; Augusta 3? I co Br ss 1220 Willis, Fines collected. .. ..*....... 891.00 I I .

Macon 3; Savannah 2. Kingston to Gulf Transit .Co: Cost collected .... ..... .. 225.00 I
: Joseph Tetley & Co. Hersilia! Ger ss, 1295". Euler. T&m- Pound fees collected.. ... .:;.. 54.75 : '7OOOOO Dividends
National League. pa, to So. States IJbr. Co. : Sold two heifers-public sale.. 15.50 $ We are the Pioneer
London, England. Won Lost Pet Kirkstall Br.. ss, 1162.ijnde, Faro, Pad'out..E! ... 1.25
Coffee Roasters of
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New York ," .. .. ..15 3 828 .
I Chicago' .. .. .... ..12 6. 667Pittsmjrg to J. A. Merrltt' &; Co. S Statistics of Arrests.. to. Policy Holders. West Florida.
i. ... S.'. ..10 6 625 Louise Ger sg 1480, Bohjjdorf. Ant Total arrests.. .. ...'...'., .. ...381
E.: L. REESE J. MENDEL Philadelphia .. .... ',. 9 8 527 werp to J. Schreyer.- .,.Rio White. .. .... "./;,. '......'..172 This amount paid! in dividends to Equitable' policy hold
Boston ,.. .... ..,.' ... 7 10 412 Ribston. Br ss, 2185, 'Rdbins Colored. .. .. .. ".. ...... .t09 ers in 1905, which is the largest amount ever paid in div.
: :: Reese & Mendel St. Louis ..,., ....' ..' 6 9 400 I I de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co.-; Citizens.. ., 'o. .... .: .. .. ...355 idends in any year by any life: assurance company. McHUGH'SDLENDShavenoequal.'
Cincinnati .. .. .. ..,.7 14 333 Tapton, Brit SB, 2500lVTrtttlesFun. Foreign.. :. .'. ... ., ,..........'26Guilty. While you have health, you should apply for assurance-

I The Home Tailors, Brooklyn .. .. .. ..: 4 13 23& chal Vida, to, Nor Pensacola ss, 976 Lbr.Co., .Arressen, Card, I...... .. .. .. ..'.". .. .....323. tomorrow may be too late.
; Discharged.... .. .. .;i. Is ... ..39
Yesterday's Results. nas, to flyer & Co. :C Sent to criminal court,,.,...... ., :. 12 Insurance, Gen'! ,A1tJ Atria!

Builders New York 4; Boston 3. fhlPlo Sentence .suspended..: ;, .. .. .. 6 Knowles Bros.ii .
Pittsburg 14; Cincinnati 1. Canara, Itl. ship, J495' ,<,Repetts* G.' Continued '_'"..,'.-! ..oju&r-; ..., .$**. 1 Fire, Life c Pens, ola will convince the con-
Chicago 5; St. Loufo 1.Won. noa, to Master. ::;; Run way :* _. .. ..* .r'.j'. .. v, ... v :_SS- .L-mI noisseur that we
--.-- Harvest Queen, Brit shIp Forsyth, Recaptured'. .'. .. ,. .,,, .. .. .. 3
I .. Lost Pet Rio Jahiero, to order. I There were 3BS'l ss' rrests( during make ho extravagant
((4A Of Philadelphia .., ... .. ..9 5 614 ,Ophelia, Nor ship, *'J127- Larrsen,. the month of -Atfril 1906 than during

Chicago .. .. ...T ....6 5 544 Dunkirk. j ,' the same month, last year, :while the .OO.4,4.O; ...44.......HH........, +...eS claims.
Cleveland .. .. .... .'.7 7 600 Baric ;r- fines collected showed decrease during FESNElAOOLA; .
St. Louis ...,..... .8 8 500
: ;. Antigua, Nor bk 1318 f Ferguson, the same period of $i903.75.; (} Two Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS
Iron i
Hen'sFine 'Detroit '.. ..,. ...; ..7 7 500 : thousand Works and SuppIV.G9.
meals
Orleans -and twenty-eight were
New to'jA.-ZeUus.
Washington ... ... .. ..7 8 467 .
Lulsa, ItaL bk. 1591,' Montano, from served: at an-ayerage of-ca little over
New York .. .. ,.. ...6 8 429 6 Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
cents meaLt
Boston .. .... ..... ..6 9 400 Nolloth to master. per FORGINGS, MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP .
Paalo Angelo ,Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.
Rc I lefA5s&caFon.Chiefs q. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, .
Nor
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Parkwood Lunde-
bk,75,6
: '" Yesterday's Results. guard, St.. ,Nazaire! to Ordter. picker and Schad stated that f day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and : and all kinds of Feed
Washington 3; Boston 2. Precursors," Ital bk, Schlafflno,.1508, practically all the firemen and policemen Timber Dogs/also"chains of all descriptions.! Office phone 123. Residence :
Cleveland 2; St. Louis 1. Genoa to BosasccTBrbs. favored.the organization of a ; : 'phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. I Stuffs.1'A .
jti Dtroit 5; Chicago .2: Firemen's *and"Policemen's Relief A*: ." "" "...."""' ''..''....'''''+..Ot...+o .
Clothes. New York-Philadelphia rain.SUMM4RY Schooner, i cIat1on'/' T "fact the entire member-

Donna Chris na. Am. sch. McLeod.. ftlitn; 'nf th' firp rtivnartniPTit stnio/1! a ATi. __
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New and up"todateme 'ol Spring OF 165, Cardenas. t white statement in favor of the movement, .....4t4.4H4.......H..............)4HI4...4: :riuio waterWholesale
and Summer Suitings and Trouser- only a few patrolmen refused Ito t.
ings. It Is Dangerous to Neglect a CoIdLHow slgn. It Is intended that all rewards -
Suits from $17.50 to'$50.UO. often do.w hear i ir( remarked: ; offered for arrests and secure. I
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 THE WEATHERThe "It's only a cold," and a few days later by:. he police shall revert to the association :i Water Hot I and Retail.
Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo. learn that the .man !Is'on his back 'likewise donations made to Hot Springs. I
Costs only $1.50' per month for pressing with pneumonia.. This: is'of such the fire department "'The board ver; I ,

and small repairs. ... maxfcnum/'temperature/ yesterday common occurrence that 'a cold.however billy announced its approval of .themtement. : New Orleans Grocery Co.
Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana was 79 degrees at 3 p. m. and the slight, should not J j.disregar'r Further .time was grantd Thousands of people go to Hot Springs each year for .
women's Clothes a specialty. minimum 72 degrees at" 6 a. m. ed. Chamberlain's Cought'' Remedy the committee frame by-laws : the !baths-hot water. :
Give us a trial We will appreciate counteracts any tendency of a cold to and a constitution. *
weather of
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your business. yesterday Observer Reed said: result In pneumonia, and has gainedIts ..Street Car Matter. : .. : Jas. McHugh ,
PANAMA HATS'CLEANED: AND I great oppularity and extensive S i Bathe in Hot Water Home
.1 "The disturbance which was in the Chairman Ingraham reported that t at '
BLOCKED. Missouri valley has reached the upper sale by its prompt cures! of this most Phone 105. Proprietor
he had the
-seen city attorney in refer
'REES .M NDEL TAILORING CO., I common aliment It' always cures
lake region and showers and thunderstorms -
Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St. have been general since and Is pleasant to take. For sale by, ence to policemen and firemen ridinson It's always ready if you have a hot heater in your home. t .
all the cars of the Pensacola Electrical !- : Turn 'a strike match and the water's the
druggists. tap a ready by *
Tuesday morning In the upper Mississippi Terminal Company; free. The attorney .
time
and the Ohio valleys, the lake --. stated, so.the chairman reported : you are.Pensacoia : Just Received

w region and Tennessee'; there were to; TRY: BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. that the best thing to do Is for I _. :
cal showers in Colorado and the South firemen f ,
and policemen the
to
get on
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(fI; c "Atlantic coast districts.. moderatelow" SKATING TONIGHT 8 TO 10:30.; cars, refuse to pay, and'h-e.- put off, thusa Gas Company i| a fine line
4:2 persists over western --Texas test case can be be made. .
and another has appeared off the mid- TRY BOSSO'S CREAM., PHONE. '1326. R... B. Eddings was elected a member :I Fishing Tackle, Casting
24 27
148. and E. Garden
die Cr Ifornla coast. Temperatureshave of the fire department. provided he Phone Street.

V region risen, the.decidedly upper Ohio in the valley lower, in lake southern can nation.pass the required physical exami! :........................................;......... ....! Nets, Shrimp( Nets,

i Montana, and fallen consider Petitions for positions of patrolm Minnow Seines
ablY' in 'New England' parts of the and' firemen were received after which. ,
Missouri valley, Minnesota and in ; the Iwjfl --
board adjourned.
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Order "X"oti.r"ICE Bait Pails.Large
eastern Washington. Light frost is .
*1'S reported from.central Wyoming. Max- COAL and WOODS
imum temperatures of &0 degrees and stocks of the latest
over were general over Georgia Tues! from: tla-o PHONOGRAPHS. AND RECORDS

day.Dry weather'st11t! continues over the R REAL[ l [ESTATE T T[ 1 Office Consumers'-Corner ,Chase and Ice Tarragona.and Fuel Conip Phone ny.! ,259v. TENNIS COMPLETE Large GOODS LINE stock, of BASEBALL

south, Indicating partly cloudy weather I
for- this vicinity for tonight and GOODS.
Thursday with) 'light to fresh west .- v GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS
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winds.." T TRANSFERS N f[ BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.

-, ROLLER KATES.
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM..PHONE 1326. ANYTHING YOU WANT I IIS'
WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT IN SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.
"," Following isa list of the deeds recorded Call on or write
Th H'gher' Patriotism. yesterday /reported by the

T General Frederick D. Grant's proposition .. ,._.. Pensacola Abstract, Co.: TYPEWRITERS
that the one hundredth an-I Peter Bell to Robert C. Caldwell, F. B. BRUCE

niversary'of the birth of Robert E. I, .." theW: % of lot No. 100 in block 7,and L. C. Smith former manufacturer of the L. C,
; MOULDED TROUSERS: all of lot 37, block 7, Old City, $1 and and the Smith-Premier
;; MLD Lee, Jan. 19, 1907, be celebrated as Smith gun Typewriter,' has put
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a national memorial day is notable T. Wentworth to. J. J. Coe, beginning on the ,market a visible typewriter that has startled the """ "- "''' -

; Although ready-to-wear, ar for two things-if links again the :. on the S. side' of Main 'St..'at typewriter world.
,c tom made In everything except '
names of two great commanders, ". -- the NE corner 0f lot belonging to first 1000.00
being' cut to Individual! "
: party, on the block S...ol block 5 Old ThIS
measure; but any trousers of foes in war, but friends in peace, ;s, machine
of Pensacola S.
City thence
running
; this make In your size will fit and it emphasizes the fact that along E.: line.'of said lot to' Cedar Stt i'- on 'exhibition : That's what we have recently

as, If made especially for you. Americans of today are looking to To Truly Appreciate thence W. along Cedar St.. 26 ft. thence. f in office of paid for the installation of anew

', conservative In collection n extreme you will cuts find, the past .Qnly for inspiration for a' N.'to :Main St. then e E. .2 6. ft. to pointof \ i'i" machine for Ironing

made of finest patterned wors- higher"patrjotfsm..-Columbus Dis- The Importance of Style Changes,, beginning $400. HOUSEHOLD LINENS,
; x Jas. ?!. Mamie Mills LS
patch. ; Harvy Jot
teds and cassimeres, 3.00' to :. .y',.'. come here and try one of UjWferen/ } 10 of block.100 of the E. King Tract, That) all it does-but it does
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: ,UO per pair. AQu.rWill.John models. We' offer for"'Choce"au the E..of Tarragona St;$JOO. that well and with dispatch. The
.. White and Fancy Washable. new models in sm'g\i.\ ; aiicl' .double- S. B. Ivey to W.: T\ Tracy, lot 6; to BROWN2Ql first: day it was put up, and before
Vests, the new' styles and patterns Stewart" McCaig, a Scotch I breasted in the ever popular colors- 10, Inclusive, block ::2U. New City we be'come accustomed to
,, $1.00 to $2.50. banker, l left pr ctically all his estate Blue Serges and Gray WOr td'Vhtch Tract, $100 and other 'considerations' Its use we ironed 145 napkins
consisting property produc- fashion has approved as <'"the cprrec Thiesen I in 10 minutes. Glad to

ing nearly: $15,000 a year and.,movables -. thing." Hart, 'Schaifner' : &' Marx" ,and- Sore Nipples.! Building. have you come and see it

'orth $50,000, for the erec- Klrschbaum make: t' A cure may .be effected by applying

IB. ANON tion of statues. of.:himself and his YOUR Mowers WORTH OR. you* MONEY Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the ,. Write for particular The Star Steam
relatives and the building of artistic 81&1White -:.-" child is done nursing.! Wipe it off *.

CASH CLOTHIER .towers o prominent parts of.his '& Nix with a soft cloth before allowing the Machines exchanged Laundry.
: child to nurse. Many Drained nurses .-. S sold or
land. 'His
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use thi salve. with the best results. '
Corner Pilafoi and Main. but thp Edinburgh court of sessions 29 S. PAi.'Ai'OX-ST! ,.' Price" 25cents per .;box.. ,Sold by- all S .' rented.. I SZE-SarflsaSt S Phont. 114.Peniacola. .

..- has :upheld it.J.: PHONE J9 .druggists: --', 4- ,- Write to.day. .1 1 -:: ...-.:. ..4i =._, *'::::::.!'- ..Fc.III."'" '_. cc__.
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