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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 5, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STANDARD OILMEN' GOVERNMENT OF RUSSIA TO I*N AGREEMENT[ ( OVER 'TWO THOUSAND t //1.: .


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R.EPLYTO aAR.FJELDIDeclare WORK WITH PARLIAMENT POLL TAXES ARE PAID ,1 tr .


ON N RAILROAD'RATE ;$ {:J'.,I\.., .
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Access to the Books of Big SECOND E N DAY OF f \ Dissolving Parliament or Forcing, BILL T THE[ PENSACOLA[ .Rush Was During Phenomenal the Closing] in Every Hours .i .- g f'. ;- .:' ,;, ,,:-:. ,.




Monopoly. T TIE[ GENERAL[N [ l a Conflict.By TERMINAl CO1 I'' Way.COLLECTOR. ,- .


CANDID ANSWERSGiven 1.f I
Offered
Amendment Be thatis
Associated Press. carrying through the idea. of national Will TALKS f

SL Petersburg, May 4. M. representation with all that it I

CONFERENCE[ [N [ SCbwan bach, former minister of implies ana1<'' have no' intention of Satisfactory, to Both SOLD l %

agriculture ana' controller of the empire dissolving parliament. :Naturally un-

Him to Every Criticism Regarding in new cabinet and Premier forseen circumstances' may arise, Factions Voters in
Qualified
I 'I Goremyken's chief lieutenant, sent as in any government, which County Between
of Concern for Associated Press .force such : .....
Operations an correspondent might an unhappy rool ti
: to-day and requested transmission event, but they do not anticipate 2,600 and 2,100.
TO BE GIVEN ,
Largely Increased Attendance of CIRCUIT COURTS ;
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to the world the announcementthat such a misfortune. A majorityof l Purchased by Stone and Websterof 4 i.: .

THAT the new ministry doas not mean parliament are .lovers of countryand AUTHORITY TO HEAR' AND :DETERMINE i :
FLATLY DENY ASSERTION Methodists at Birmingham reaction. He said his majesty, the are not desirous of forcing a conflict Boston Who Will Assume TOTAL NUMBER OF POLL TAXES+ I ", -'

STANDARD OIL COMPANY HAS emperor, and Premier M. Goremyken The government purposes to SUITS AGAINST IN. F"PAID :'
Meeting. have :full and honorable intention ot work with parliament. Once. IS 2,005 AND OF TH1S-NUM- ; !, : V ; .
Management at ,
KNOWINGLY ENGAGED IN UN. ,, .. TERSTATE COMMERCE; COMMIS- i b' .-: ,'
BER NEARLY FOUR HUNDRED : l r1 .
LAWFUL PRACTICES DENY SION-oTHER BUSINESS IN SEN.
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THAT FAVORITISM IS SHOWN REPORTS OF STANDING COMMIT- Anthracite Strike Question: ATE AND HOUSE. J. W. LEADLEY, OF SAVANNAH, WERE ISSUED YESTERDAY-. \J{ r." .

TEES AND MEMORIALS FROM I NEW GENERAL' MANAGER, CANDIDATES CAN FIGURE STA< j.V-J ,

COMPANY BY RAILROADS. In Hands of Scale Committee :ltl' -
OTHER CONFERENCES RECEIV EXPECTED TO REACH THIS TISTICS. ", .
By Associated Press I "j'
ED-RESOLUTION ON E. ..What amountsto f.. '"
A. M. Washington, May CITY BY SUNDAY-CONSIDERATION .
By Associated Press. By Associated Press and at its close it wait announced the a practical agreement on the exist i o ;, ;
New York, May 4.-Replying to CONFERENCE AT MEMPHIS 'ibcranton, Pa., May 4.-The miners' convention had voted to' render to the ing difficulty in the railroad rate bill ABOUT $650,000 IMPORTANT The poll tax sweepstakes closed yes '
convention assembled this afternoon !scale committee. It isunderstood the has been reached. This is to offer an terday afternoon at 5 o'clock and according < :
President Roosevelt's to ADOPTED.By CHANGES IN OPERATIONS to the books of Tax Collector J: '
message from the morning adjournment, committee was instructed to make amendment conferring on circuit ,
congress and the report of Commis- I i which was taken while a motion was recommendation to the convention at courts the authority to hear and de- CONTEMPLATED Roberts there are exactly 2,005 entries ''.:. J l' i
and 'pending to render back to the scale the meeting t-morrow-: termine suits against the interstate in the event. .Whether they will 'i .... )
bioner Garfield. H. H. Rogers Associated Press. all qualify at the different noting :
commHee the question whether or There is no reasons to-night to be- commerce commission. This un- \
John D. Archbold, of the StandardOil Birmingham, May 5.-The second not a strike be declared. iieva the committee ,will order the doubedly means that the obstacles to booths on May 15, is a question thai; .;;'iJ .

that their exam day of the general conference of the The afternoon session was brief men back to work. a speedy passage of the measure have Information received from Savannah can only be determined then. i "
Co., Bald to-night t '
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i been removed. : Ga., last night practically in "I am completely tired out, said,, _, f
Methodist Church South, '
Episcopal
ination of both had necessarily been Whether the conservatives or radio:[every way confirms The Journal's report Collector Roberts last night. "This Att ,,%

hurried and thA later they would witnessed considerable increased at- INVESTIGATION OF INDICTM''NTSIJREBATE cals won a victory is not disturbing: that eastern parties were negotiating has been one of the busiest days L ,ii.. J.
tendance, additional delega.tesarriving. } '
many N either faction. It is believed that practically for the stock of the Pensacola have experienced since being in office. ii Y :;
make a full answer to the stockholders. the entire republican strengthin Electric Terminal Company. When I opened my books in tine morning -* J' :, .

The conference was called to order i THE: OIL INDUSTRYBy CASESBy the senate will ''be cast for the till It is stated upon information gleaned the records showed that 1,644 poll \it ;I .

statement by Bishop Wilson and after devotionalexercises whereas, under the long continued estrangement from an authentic source that the taxes had been paid. Whemthe clock 1.f i ,, .
Meanwhile they made a
it is conceded that if deal for the sale of the Pensacola struck the hour of 5 o'clock and I" .t Ii! !
to the. Associated: Press to-night in reports of standing commit. Associated Press Associated it should require a minority endorse. Electrical Terminal Company has closed my 'books the total had footed? ,I:'!. I i"

which they reply to th? criticism! at: tees and memorials from different con Washington, May 4.- "PresidentRoosevelt New York, :May 4.The Press Federal ment to pass the bill\ the democrats been closed. The new owners are up 2,005 making exactly 361 'poll taxes' .r'it' :

ferences were received, which came today transmitted to con grand jury to-day handed down would be ,in a position to take full Stone &Webster, well known! capital. issued in one single day. The rush: .y. .
considerable length. They declared from conferences in all parts of the gress the report of James R. Garfield,indictments I In sugar rebating cases.seven credit for itCONSIDER ists of Boston who control the street was phenomenal and continued'throughout ; ", :

that when Garfield, in the discharge south. commissioner of corporations, givingthe They are against the following: New railway system in Savannah and other the entire day. 4 :, 1 I.

; results of his investigation of YorK Central RailroadCo.. AMENIDMENTS Southern cities. The considerationis Qualified Voters. 1"_" ,
of his duty visited the Standard Oil The following resolution: was adopted transportation and freight rates in;Sugar Refining Co.;, New ;York American Central Td RAILROAD RATE BILL not known though It is understoodto "I am delighted with the results obtained 1 i.4: J. .

offices he and ths experts were given regarding the Methodist conferences connection with the oil Industry; and HutL-on River Railroad Company 'be about 1650,000. as with the age qualifications ;; t tit
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free access to its books and the fullest of negroes in session at Memphis ; Nathan Guilenord, vice-presi Washington, May 'According to New General) Manager. means that Escamibia county has ?If !

to ascertain its .businesis .: "Whereas the general conference FINALS IN THE dent of the company; C. G. Edgar agreement the senate today began the :Along with the information comes i between 2,600 and 2,700 legal qualified ;1 : :' .
opportunity, consideration amendments to the voters, if they have : .. '
of the. African' .Methodist Episcopal and Edwin E. Arle, wholesale'Sugar the statement that J. W. Leadley,! complied with the ; : I ,
Every criticism made dealers of railroad rate bill under the fifteen law in other respects. :
methods. I Detroit, and others. '
Church ( who has been superintendent of roadway .
now fn'session at Memphis i made "The efforts of The Journal .I;
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by-hlm met with a candid answer t of the Savannah Electric Company -
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,-represents a great Christian bodY.In I .The. greater part: of the day was 'devoted poll tax educational campaign have assisted r i i : I

They repeatedly opportuned him to ,whom 'we are peculiarly Interested TWO SCLDD1iJ8y to Senator Lodge's provision I ager,of has the been Pensacola appointed Electric general Terminal manI! wonderfully in brin'ging out the <,i" ;

make_ public the conditions existingin "Resolved, that the following telegram By Associated Press bringing pipe lines within the provf- Company. Mr. Leadley is expected people, and 'the voters, as well as .
New Orlean.s, May 4.-The semifinals sion of the bill which was unanimously !! others should feel kindly toward a paper '
arrive in Pensacola either Sunday L
Kansas to which he refused'. be sent in behalf of this confer DEATH IN WRECK to I
in the Southern Golf Association' adopted after limiting it to oil lines that has done and accomplished so : '
when it is understoodthat
or Monday
The statement flatly denied the assertion ence: The God of peace be with you tournament were watched by large and excluding water and gas lines. he will immediately assume his much in such a short period of time. -..:
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that the Standard Oil Co., now in the fullness' of His wdsdom, grace galleries. The finals will be, played Associated PI'esSe duties. He will be accompanied by What the Figures Means- .:: l <
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to-morrow. R. A. Strain of Darien, NAVAL APPROPRIATIONBILL
and ,
power. iShreveport Mrs. Leadley. The figures given out by the collector ;'?!, ,
La. ;
in May 4.-A north-
or in th,9 past knowningly engaged Ga., is in the finals against Stauffer, IN THE HOUSE
bound Texas and Pacific Several important changes in the demonstrate that activity and urging

any practices that were unlawful. NEW BUILDING FOR of New Orleans, for the Dixie cup.: Iran was wrecked fifty miles passenger southof Washington, May 4.-The house matter of equipment and the operationof the citizens to fulfill their duty] ,::1,

Other statements in Garfield's reportar CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTINGTO here as a result of running into a spent another day considering the I the company, it is understood, will will bring them to a realization to ;;,
cow and calf. The engine and all take place under the new manage- what they owe their country. Since. t
PASS COUNTERFEIT COIN naval appropriation bill, the speechesin
declared to be untrue. EAST HILL CLUB earn' excepting the char: car and ment. Monday over 1,100 persons or near :' .'
the bill
a large measure supporting
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ina'sted' that pip lines were sleeper were derailed! and thrown that figure have paid their 1905 poll ""
It is I W. J. Gwaltney, a white man, was and the naval program outlined therein. ,tt .
tax. The Journal unquestionably feels:
arrested' last night by Officer Abbott, town an embankment. .
elopedagainst the violent opposition NEWS NOTES OF ;
Engineer a great pride with the result, as this it
Haggerty and Fireman
charged with attempting to pass a t A feature of the"session was the
railroadstand favoritism BATHING SEASON HAS: OPENED has labored hard to try and
of denied that both paper jf.
counterfit coin on Viola Paris. No Curry were caught under the close attention paid to the reading of
was shown the company by AND BATHERS ARE OUT IN suspicious money was found on the engine and scalded to deatn in sightof the president's message on oil: transportation DeFUNIAK SPRINGSSpecial have the it people pay that their poll tax, be.. 'I'. ;;,"
lieving duty they theirscity "
a
owe :
accur-ed when searched at the city the train crew. Several passengers and the generous {
various: railroad corporations whereby FORCE. prison. appause county and state. The results, '
the company was enabled'to conrtol were seriously injured. I accorded it on conclusion. to The Journal. accomplished in a short period of time' :,;?

certain states and sections. DeFuniak. Springs May 4.-The tell more than words. '
Rev. Mr. Whitely of Marianna was in Up to Candidates.
The entire statement makes decidedly The East Hill Boating and Bathing '
town Sunday and there were servicesin .
close of
With the the poll tax books, "
interesting jeading.SUMMARY Club is at work on a new building at the Episcopal church morning and the voters are passed up to the candle 'i'

t the resort and when finished the club .i- evening. Two were baptized before dates and it is presumed that each f' t 5,

will have forty rooms which will all 'the morning &err.ce.. Hereafter there aspirant for office can tell a little tale :a". I"
will be services in this church every .
OF be occupied.The I! of woe, concerning his qualifications. : 1 .
month.
third Sunday in the to the office to which he aspires, andsat : ,.
bathing season has opened and tU the meeting of Wiley Lodge I.
the same time why he is the "Best- a::
THE WEATHER bathers were out yesterday for the 0. O. F. last Tuesday a resolutionwas 'I, Qualified Man for the Office." This is ,, :
towards
first time. It is estimated! that over passed to send $20.00 usually the case in campafgns'r' .:'
the destitute brethren in San
5,000 baths were taken last year and \ helping ,i throughout the country, and Escam. '' t. ..
i :- :, Francisco. .! bia county, if it is an exception Is one ,?:t
temperature yesterday will be increased
The maximum the number It is expected The Baptist served ice cream Wednesday ;;:>
of the greatest curiosities in thq
was 79 degrees at 1:15: p. m. and this season. night on the band stand. world.R tr '

the minimum 70 degrees at 12:15: a. East Hill is growing fast and the Mr. W. J. McPhail, who has a sawmill The Primary. '
about 5) miles Southwest of town,
m. good people are growing with It. is having wires for a telephone laid The primary takes place on May 15, '
of the weather yesterday and if a second primary Is
In his summary The city hiS granted,special police J cut to his mill. necessary,

Observer Reed said: powers to M. A. Scholy':,who has been i-i: There was quite a scare Monday ,. is will taken be held in June order 12.that This each precaution nominee
The depression which was over the afternoon, when the long grass in the r
the laKe put in charge of the'" property. He Lake Park got on fire. The alarm l, shall receive a majority of the votes

Dakotas has reached upper will also superintend the chowder 111 sounded and the, fire companies! cast. In other words, where there
of from I wag
region, a trough low pressure the! are more than one or two candidates I
disturbance supper and breakfast fish frys. The were on the ground almost before
which extend to a secondary ut: bell had ceased ringing-not at all for the same office, if the highest man
southwestern is if the 4th
which has formed over public asking a picnic on
bad when we consider that it is only I does not receive a majority vote, the .
weathernow
Kansas. Showery of July will be given. A number ofyour' a volunteer fire brigade about a year two highest must compete again lathe .
states,
prevails over the southern in training for the experi- second primary. That is of '
; men are old which has haa little or no course
on the northern Rocky Mountain prospective boat and tub:? races, the AJ ..C enc There are two companies.Bob ., if one or the other in the meantimedoes
A high G E'r
slope, in'thelake region.
and Winslet Is captain of the first and not withdraw.
pressure area which 'has reached swimming and diving contests, greased I ;
H. H. Drejer of the second. Otto
northern Montana has caused a fall in pig and greased pole evolutions.The Tappan is Fire Chief. I F. E. HARWELL IS ..

temperature over the northwest; it is glorious Fourth is only about One day last week, a spark from alocomotive STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS ''

also somewhat cooler: In the east Gulf sixty days oft and the picnic Is one of Il11 set fire to a log on the De-I .

and Atlantic states, and warmer from and Funiak and Northern R. R. while the F. E. Harwell, an old resident of
the topics. The city
principal ,
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ICssouri: northeastward to the St.Lawrence train was in motion and it was only.. Pensacola was stricken with paralysiR /
valley. Light frost is reported her citizens are delighted'with Bay 'by hard work that the fire was ex-' ; ) last night in, a South Pals/ox '

from northern Montana and south. View Park, and It Is probable that on 'si. l ( tinguished. 'I I I street business' house about //T:30: ..

ern Maine. July 4th the old, young,.big and little Congressman Lamar was here -'. o'clock. He was conveyed tot bb
Conditions are now favorable for will be there enjoying''themselves at urday and spoke on the issues of the I''I tome at 12 North DeVillers street In
showers and thunderstorms over this 'day to quite a large crowd. He was 'a carriage The condition Mr.

vicinity' tonight and probably Satur an annual festive 'ga lerlng. introduced by Mr. Wm. Rogers. I' Harwell is not serious. r/

day with light variable winds. There is a rumor that DFuniak is
soon to have electric lights. I SOUTHERN PACIFIC TERMINALS
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YOUNG BICKER IS Among\ the visiting attorneys at I IN SAN FRANC1SCO/SAVED .

TESTS OF-WATER court this week are W. F; Price W. I

YOUTHFUL( HERO .I H. Watson, D. L. McKinnon, of Mari 'Freight and Traffic Manager;Sproule
a4.-: anna; J. H. Smithwick, Samuel l Pasco of the Southern Pacific RaUrtnd! Company

PRESSURE MADE ; W. A. Blount, Jr., L. J. Reeves,, has sent out the following, self
Pensacola; C M. Cox, W. J. Blua's-] explanatory dispatch: ,'-

:Alvin, the 10. year old son of Fire jqlKir worth Bonlfay; E P. Bailey W. c.1 I "Freight sheds and yards.San Francisco
: of r Florala; T. F. West, IMlton. |I were sated. Notify trade wa
rare
Chief Bicker in the presence of Chief Bicker, by a presence 7
The competitors for the Walton!!
members of the Board of Public Safe in one so young, and In fact are prepared to delivery all inbound
mind, 4 Land and Tfm'ber: Co's. medal ar., the freight and receiving and forwardingall
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made tests of the water pressure, prevented what might Misses Myrtle and Cibelle Warren,
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older persons > outbound freight off ed."
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s furnished
by the Pensacola Water have been a serious, fire last night.In S lIi1 Annie McDonald, Sallie' McLean, Gus- .
Company. The tests yesterday were .
Richardson
sie Storrs, Eva and -
Willie: Mack, a chili:
only from stand and not direct some manner, ,
pipe Francis Millsr. :
I r DeFuniak: as both a summer and t
Pressure, according to the statements pulled ,a lamp fZOD1': ; off the piano to .f" ((1 j Mr. D. E. Richardson has refused winter rej;>ort. : .

of the authorities who assisted in the the floor, The women In the room to be a candidate for.County Commission -I Mr. Murray will run his merry-go- 'j'
tests. i excited, but not so with ,
became =r.Mrs. I round In the near future for the benefit .
It Is understood that the highest young Bicker. The ,boy ran forward, J H. W. Thomas was In Pensa I of the library association. '

Pressure obtained at any point was a pIcked up the lamp. and: threw It out WUJL JEROME: BE,ABLE: TO GWE-TKES INDIVIDUAL SOMETHING MORE THAN-THIS' GLIMPSE IN cola last week in the interest of.the :. Thursday night Judge Campbell ,

, faction over 70 pounds, and the lowest the wind'ow. ,thus preventing a loss, T. I. A. which is getting out a book gave a very interesting address: to a i

tout 50}4 pounds. I i and perhaps injury to .human life. A JIAL! ,let telling of the many advantages ,large crowd at the' -court hpui9, 4.'
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LUSHKIN made up his mind I prevent him from -asking for themon ',the. mall come yet?" the note was nothing but a brief Plushkin had not seen service in table. | that letter. Plushkiu knew that :>ij

i. that he would quit, and furthermore every possible occasion, particularly "Yes sir," Plushkin would respect- acknowledgement of a bunch of violets England for nothing. His face was "Take them blanked things away" master was familiar with his han,:;.

-. P that he would quit when.he had a friend or two to : fully reply "nuthln'."sir." sent to the fair Madge on her smug and expressionless as:: a wooden 'shouted Rasp. writing. The game was up. But :,3

without the usual two- Whereupon Rasp would rant and birthday.So image. His lord and master's waste "Yes sir; what shall I do with had tasted the sweets of revenge. He
rave about his valet's carelessness Plushkin, who had a situation basket was heaped with letters them, sir?" was not there when Rasp returned

weeks' notice, which in his opinion about delivering to him the' (sup with Rounder in prospect made up which Plushkin solicitously depositedby "Eat them-er-I burn Hpan't think where my man has

t was an extraordinary thing for a posed) contents of the postman's bag his mind' that :he would quit. But the bed. Then he went out and them. Do any blanked mean thing you gone" remarked Rasp to Rounder I

1>- well-regulated gentleman's gentleman ? i and threaten Instant discharge. before he did he planned a, terrible came back with an armful of papers please with them but never let me day or two later. "He disappear-
He made his mind that, and periodicals. all of sudden. "I'd like
. ,to do. He had entered the employ I "Very'good fellow, Plushkin overheard revenge. up see them again." a to fiaj
for once in his life Rasp should have "Thats' all he said. him."
Rasp say to young Rounder sir Rasp rushed off to dinner lookingas .
of Reginald Rasp after a Plushkin mutual "but deucedly careless about my his fill of correspondence. In a per- "All!" gasped Rasp. scarcely able unhappy as though his remittancehad "0, he's all right," replied Roua
of
exchange references.
correspondence. I give him a let- iodical that found its way into his to believe his eyes. failed. Plushkin answered fouror der. "He's with me."
: !had demonstrated to Rasp's satisfaction -
'that twelve consecutive years' '.,.' ter to post he forgets to drop it in possession Plushkin had perused with "Yes sir when shall you be ready five advertisements in the letters s.

:service in the employ of Lord Ilard- the box. Beastly thing for a man to pleasure the following advertisement for your bath, sir?" : which he thought would be produc- READY TO BACK OUT.A .

? ,uppe before the latter's marriage toan .: have to attend to himself when he : "0,1 don't know" responded Rasp. tice of prolific results. They were. large touring automobile con

American heiress, amply qualified 1t has so much of It, d'ye know. I came Heaps of.Hail Free. feebly. "Let me alone for awhile. For a week letters continued to pour taming a man and his wife In ana-.

-- ,Um for the responsible position of aentleman's ; very near missing Mrs. Mudrich'smusicale Put your name in our mammoth Come when I ring." in and Rasp was almost distracted.The row road met a hay wagon fun

gentleman. The valet ,, '.; the other night because he directory which goes to hundreds of Plushkln observed with satisfaction postman and the janitor of the loaded. The woman declared that tti

on the other hand had received ample $ forgot to deliver the invitation until manufacturers and mall order deal- that his master was exceedingly apartment began to ask suspicious farmer must back out, but her hus.
-F assurance that his wages would \ .H.... ,. the last minute." ers In this and every other country. quiet over his toilet and breakfast.But questions. Rasp had to hide his band contended that she was unrea

be paid promptly .(which was not always This sort of thing made Plushkin You will receive every day a mall, he had read all the letters and plethoric correspondence und r the sonable.

the case with Lord Harduppe), .'. tired. There was no such Invitation, including samples of magazines : opened all the periodicals which were bed, inside his grandfather's clock- "But you can't back the automob>'s

and that he would not be asked to do a.. and he knew that Rasp knew that he latest novelties agents' supplies, the 'heaped high on the floor beside the anywhere-when his friends called. so faY," she said, "and I don't inteni:

messenger boy work. or anything else. knew it. In three months' service most desirable offers of lucrative pos- bed. When Rasp had gone to the He began to look haggard and his to move for anybody. He Ehou.J;

incompatible .wlth his dignity. Plushkln had known Rasp to receive sitlons, and many opportunities for riding school Plushkin looked them friends did not hesitate to tell himso. have seen us."

But Plushkin,soon'tfound out that 1 but three letters. One was his quar- special work Ii\ your neighborhood. over. They invited Rasp to enter The husband plontedout that thu

while Reginald' Rasp was an easy i terly remittance'from his father, the Address, etc.Plushkin every leld of employment as an agent "For pity's sake Pluchkin," he was impossible owing to an abrupt

: master "quite the gentleman," to : was a bill and a third was a plotted and waited. and promised liberal commissions. He exclaimed one day, "try to put a stopto turn in the road.

': use his own expression as regardsthe 1: i- In a lady's handwriting. This "Any mall Plushkin?" roared Raspone was Informed that samples of liver' this or we must move or go to "I don't care," she Insisted. "I

ordinary affairs of life he was had not been delivered at the morning about two weeks after pills, hair wash, toothpowder cigar. Europe." wont' move if we have to stay here

exceedingly erratic "quite a fiend," -- '- apartment but at a club. Rasp had Plushkin had read the above adver- ettes baking powder and every oth- "Yes sir," said Plushkin, noncom- all night."

:' to quote the implacable Plushkin PLUSHKIN THE VALET. brought it home with him and putit tisement. er conceivable thing was followingby mitally. The man in the automobile was

,. one more about'his personal corres on' the mantel, where his friends "Yes sir" replied Plushkin, hesi next post, and that an early reply The crisis came. One letter chided starting to argue the matter when

pondence. He seemed to have an would see it. Everybody who calledon tatingly. "Shall I bring it in, sir?" from him was expected. Rasp for his failure to appear in per the farmer, who had been sittinJ

insatiate appetite for letters that luncheon in his bachelor apartment him knew Madge Merry's hand- "Of course you idiot," retorted The samples were there when son. They held his letter promisingto quietly on the hay interrupted:

never came, and which, as Plushkln or when a caller Cropped in for a writing. She was the pet of their Rasp, sitting suddenly up in bed Rasp came home to dress for dinner. do so. Rasp was desperate. He "Never mind, sir," he exclaime,

i soon after ascertained. he never ex- whisky and soda vnd a cigarette. particular set. What tbey did not wondering who could have written The thoughtful Plushkin had stacked confided to the sympathetic Plusbkln "I'll try to ; ack out. I've got one jus! ,

,: nected would come. But that did not "Plushkin," Rasp would roar. "has know (and Plushkin did) was that to him and what It was about.C. them In a pile beside his dressing .his intention of going ,at once to see like her at home."

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t. isited their relatives :Mr. and Mrs. ry Pass. Every home will be represented Brewton yesterday afternoon. S. C., Key West Fla., Pensacola, Fla.,I to 'be held on the first Tuesday aft r
AGED COTTAGE HILL Judge Levey and Mrs. Frank Levey and a real picnic spirit is In' They,are now doing good work. NO MORE DRUG USERS.A and New Orleans, La.; laundry ser the first Monday in December of eadi

Sunday. the air, a spirit of good will and of Misses Maggie Brewton has returned SURE CURE HAS BEEN DISCOVERED vice, rations and forage. at San Juan,I I year. Until the first election, the off.
RESIDENT DEAD :Mrs. R. M. Gray returned to Pen. care-free enjoyment of the day. from a pleasant visit to her P. R.; laundry service and rations at cers who are to conduct the busme"
WHICH ONLY
s. sacola Tuesday .after several week's, Mrs. Willie Johnson spent Saturday -, cousin Miss Carlie Archer of Atmore, BOTTLE.A COSTS$2.00PER baa Island N. Y., and Ice at Washington I of the corporation shall be A.1.: .

visit with her daughter :Mrs. Egbert: In Pensacola.. Ala.Mr. D. C. Proposal blanks ana other Avery, President; A. SL Avery, J. ,
BeaU. I' Sir.! Sanders expects};) to ,move into M. E. B ggett spent Sunday in Wonderful Importation Which Over. information can be obtained upon application Vice-President; and 0. M. Gordon
p;' NEGRO ALSO LOSES LIFE BY Mrs. R. G. Hill who have his this comes All Necessity or Desirefor ,
Sir.
and new home week. Atmore. : to this office the .Commanding Secretary and Treasurer; and th}
been spending their honeymoon with The FerryPass-Pensacola road is Sirs. Jemigan' lrs. Grice and Mrs. Narcotic Drugs.St. Officers or Post Quartermasters, Directors shall be A. is!. Avery, 0. M f.
I : ''HAVING HEAD CUT ENTIRELY relatives, returned Friday to their being broa-ateaei and graded and Perkins, all of Pine Barren were .the Louis, Mo., -The vast armyof Marine Barracks, at the stations nam- Gordon, T. A. Jennings, C. W. Lama

: OFF BY CAR home in Bruceville.Mr. otherwise improved under. the efficient guests of Sirs.?:J.: A. SIcDavid: yester ..drug users who make annual pil ed, or the Assistant Quartermaster U. and A. M. Avery, Jr.
. Ralph Reeve made flying trip road -Mr. John Gates. g -i nages ito institutes sanatoriums:; ,
.
a overseer day -' IS. M. .C., 1100 South Broad Street, 6. The highest amount of indeb'
I"". .WHEELS. to the city Sunday. The marriage of Mr. Robert Hood Mr. and1 Mrs. W. J. SIcDavid have to --escape, the distressing effect of Philadelphia, Pa. The right is reserved edness or liability to which the cot-

i Rev. E. L. Nicholson preached here and Miss Frances Thomas will take eturned to Pensacola! after spendinga narcotic drugs will be delighted to to reject any or all bids and to poration can at any time subject i i'-'

I I last Sun 'ay, Rev. John Beck will place Thursday evening at the resi- few days with' horns folks here.. learn of the latest Importation and waive informalities. 'Bids from rE.' u- self, is One Hundred and Fifty Thousand :-
preach Sunday. aence of Mr. Crumley at Escambia Sir._ L C. Brewton is in Perdido. discovery in medical research. This
Hill 4.-Mr. Gardner, : lar dealers only will be considered.F. Dollars $150,000.00).
l Cottage of the'oldest, May residents of Cottage Mrs, Hoffman, .who has been visiting mills. The. marriage was ,ta havebeen n ,iwllI probably return tomorrow.A wonderful discovery is the product of L. Denny, Colonel, Quartermaster, 7. The names and residences ol
: one her Mrs. Frank solmnized Easter crowd r the Egyptians and this drug or antidote -
his home sister Levey returned unday but it jolly of young people U. S. Marine Corps. 5may12 the subscribers and the amount of
who been making
; had
Hill of to her' home in the city Wed- was postponed on account of the among whom '!were :Slisa Carrie which is taken hypodermically stock subscribed for by each, are as
i It'\ with Mr. Geo. Dunn for a Dumber -
morning nesday. illness of Mr. Hood. Brewton Sliss Etta Bowman, :MIss or Internally in ten or twenty drop In Escambia County Circuit Court, follows:

I f-,. years the passed of away 87 Monday The funeral Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wanipler, who Jim Thomas has joined his brother Ada Davis, Miss Mattie Bowman, Miss doses four to eight times a day Is call. State of Florida. In Chancery. J. D. A. SI. Avery, Pensacola, Florida, 45u
at age years. were spending a few dajis in town ac- Lee ,at !Falco Alabama where he expects Rosa Gibuon. Miss Ola Lambert .and ed Morphia-Cura-Comp. successin Waters vs. Rosina Borras and John L. Shares.

services took place Tuesday. companied by their guests Mr. and to find employment. :Miss Eva owmau, Sir. Jno. A. Gun- drug addictions is marvelous, as it Borras, her husband Susan Berginand 0. M. Gordon Andalusia AlabamJ,
r : Alfred Nick 1son. (colored'), was Mrs. R. G. Hill! were called home ter, Mr. E. H. Raney Mr. W. A. will not only cure the drug habit, but Daniel Bergin, her husband, Louis 100 Shares.T. .
t: tilled Tuesday night between Quin. sudenly by the'serious illness of'their Fischer, Sir. FranK Gunter and ?Sir.: is very efficacious in relieving the Bauer and Julia Bauer his wife, Dora
I.. ;tette and Cottage Hill having his little! 1 Daughter, Eloise. A. L. Sharit chaperoned by Mrs. Jno. drug habitue of asthmatic and catarrhal Cardinas and Joseph Cardinas her A. Jennings. Pensacola, Florida.

,; head! completely severed from the f McDAVlD I ISpecial Gibson Mrs. R. A. Bonifay and Mrs. conditions and stomach troubles, husband, Josephine Yelverton and 50 Shares.C.. W. Lamar, Pensacola, Florida,

.- body. Constable! Smith was notified Sore Nipples.A S. Gibson ,pent almost delightful day also in relieving pain and producing Roy Yelverton her husband 'Beulak 50 Shares.A. .
: end in company with Coroner Levey liicnicing and fishing on the river refreshing sleep. It can be used in Bau r, Willie Bauer. Nettle Bauer,
cure. may be. effected by applyingChamberlain's 3!. Avery. Jr., Pensacola Florida
the and empanelel
i proceeded to spot
: last londay.ILOWMAN. combination with
I opiates of any kind, John Bauer and Lorena Bauer. On
;:. :::0.jury consisting of Alex Walters, Salve as soon as the to The Journal. I 50 Shares.W. .
\ and in this way the habitue is enabledto Monday, the 4th day of June, A.D..,
child is
done .
John Youkey Robt. Harroun, Geo. nursing. Wipe it off W. Yarn, Pensacola, Florida, o''
,
SIcDavid, May 3.-We are needing 1 cut his daily dosage of drug down 1906, the defendant Dora Cardinas,
with soft cloth before
[!Dunn Richard Strong and Henry Da- a allowing the AGENCY: Shares.
rain badly now and if we don't get it from 50
child to : I to 75 per cent and effect a is required to appear to the bill filed
ivis. The verdict of the jury left the nurse. Many trained nurses A. SI. AVERY.
: soon our gardens 'will he ruined. I I perfect cure without paIn'! or Inconvenience against her herein. This order to be
use this salve with the best O.01 GORDON
: I & N. blameless as deceased came results. After ,
spending several days with I) no matter whether he Is published once each week for four con-
. ;;to his death by his own carelessness Price 25 cents per box. Sold by alldruggists. friends here Miss Ada Davis ofChumtfckla ENLARGED FIELD T. JENNINGS,
,
f the traok. taking a grain or 100 grains. An absolute secutive weeks in The Pensacola Jour. C. W. LAMAR.A.
by going to sleep on left
this morning for free trial treatment of this wonderful nal, a newspaper published in said Es.
!! Mr. and1 Mrs. Brewton visited their Mobile. I specific for drug habits of all cambia County. A f M. McMillan, A. SI. AVERY" JR.,

j relatives here Snnday.I Sir. and Sirs. B.F.. )MoDavid of ADVERTISING' FIRM WILL CON. kinds can 'be obtained from Clerk Circuit Court. By L. G. Ay. W. W. YARN.
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Mrt. Beall returned home Bluff Springs Personally before the undersign
I Egbert were down visiting
''''. from New Orleans where she had I F DELTA I their old home Slonday. i TINUE METHODS' ALONG VIGOROUS W. .H. WHITE & CO. mard 1906., D. C. iPensacola Fla.Smayoawlw., May 4ta, appeared A. M. Avery, W. W. Yarn. 1.

gone to attend; the Confederate' reninjon. -, Mrs. G. C. Harold and Mrs. H. SI. Avery, Jr., 0. SI. Gordon, CV
:f She reports having had'a de. O'Neal of Brewton attended the conference AND MODERN LINES.As druggists: Persons who cannot call (Seal) Lamar and T. A.: Jennings, known '0

'JlghtfUl: time. Sunday last. at the above Pensacola druggists, are I I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, me to be the individuals des<-rin. i

iSlrs. Prank sLevey, who was called \ Miss Letitia Baggett, of 'Pensacola requested to write in confidence to on the 12th da of May or as soon and acknowledged the foregoing to I i.
i.I .fliere' six weeks ago on account of the Special to The Journal. visited home folks here :Monday and a result of a recent change in the the Delta Chemical Company, Colonial i thereafter as practicable applicationwill their signatures, and that the foregoing

F dilness: of Mrs. Judge Levey returned Delta, May 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tuseday. ownership and management of the Security Building, St Louis, Mo., for be made by A. M. AVERY. 0. M.I i is their act and deed for the use,

I ,to her home in Kansas Wednesday, Parazene entertained the young peo Sir. R. H. Bonifay was in Brewton Lowman 'Advertising Agency, that a free trial treatment, which will be: GORDON T. A. JENNINGS, W. W. and purposes therein stated.

1 .-accompanied.by Sirs. Levey. We sin- ple at their home, on Thursday .even. Ion, I
ic rely hope the clange will prove ing. !Refreshments. were served) and Misses Jassie and Bessie Pringle ot tion enlarged and its methods ot doing AVERY JR.. to the Governor of the hereunto set my hand and affixed m/

{.lIeneficial.ii. parlor games of various kinds with Pollard, accompanied'by their 'business continued along the modern State of Florida, for letters patent Incorporating official seal, this 11th day of April, A.

Eloise Wiampler, who ihao been music helped the houns to speed brother, Mr. James' Prngb| of Mississippi lines that have characterized it in Legal advertisements them and their associates D., 1906.

pvite: sick, is much better. swiftly a'way. were visitors here Sunday. the past. In County E. R. BURGOYNE.
Judge's Court, Escambia in accordance with the laws of the
; Mr. Ceo. Haverland Is still very illEt Mr..!Henry Baker is at home aftera Mr. C. W. Smith of Brewton has The interest of George S. Lowmanin County Florida.-By the County!i State of Florida, of which application (Notary Seal) Notary Pub :rIaw4w. .
of several in
sojourn months
\: this writing. accepted a position as bookkeeper for the : has been purchased by .
agency Judge of said county: Whereas, J. J. the following is a copy:
i (Sir, and Mrs. W.. S. Finch and .son, Mississippi.JPlantj Bonifay Bros. S William SI. Armistead and J. C*: SIc- Sullivan has I
applied to
this Court for We, A. M1 AVERY, 0. M. GORDON,
Person in the city Monday on .! are on foot to enclose the The Ladies Aid met with :Mrs.
were L. who been
,
have heretofore
,: Michael Letters of
Administration
: Whitmire cemetery. This is a matter on the Estafte -I T. A. JENNINGS, C. W. LAMAR! A. 3 1.I FURNISHING AND LAYING SEWERS .
business. -
; that should have the hearty supportof '-r-r-- connected with the Massengale Advertising ( of Uames McDonald ctecsased, AVERY, JR., and W. W. YARN, do AND DRAINS.
:. :.Quarterly meeting will be heLd' here : A'gency' and are favorably late of the said
all those having friends buried .1 County of Escambia, I hereby make application for letters Sealed proposals for the can*". .'
.
the 9th. And 10th of this month. identltfied with the southern advertising These Therefore
are. to cite and ad-
patent incorporating and
us our
associates
there. It Is a pretty site for a ceme I tion of a system of storm-wrt
Mr and Sire. Chas. Levey and two field. These young men are fitted rtonish all and .
: singular the kindred ; in accordance with the laws of
The flowers in the THE
try. enclosedjotj NERVES drains
: and a system of sanItary >
\ children Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bets- to take up the work which their and creditors of said deceased ,
but the the State of Florida, under the follow.
are beautiful out- for
graves ers the City of Pensacola F\t-rM\ : ,
,
Urcrtb andy baby and Mr. Hoffman recent purchase imposes. There are to foe
and
'before this
\ are Robbed appear Court, ing charter
sl ... no better trained advertising men .in on or before the 15ti day of June, 1. The name of the
is
and otherwise desecrated by stock corporation Trustees
.--- the country and their A. D. 1906 at the City Hall, up ;to -i
\ knowledge of and file objections, if
any AVERY HARDWARE
&
ii: runing at large.Dewberries I COFFEE SUPPLY o'clock noon of the !"First day of .1'' ,:. ,
the effective methods Is have
\ are ripening and will,, of publicity they to the granting letters as COMPANY: and its principal place of A. D. 1906.
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!
Proposals to be added -
\ be; plentiful in this section. ThInkitover. recognized among general advertisers, aforesaid, otherwise the same will bgranted ''I I business is the City of Pensacola, in to L. Hilton Green. Chairman < t

Borden's Mrs.. Lemmel Wllliamy has had avery throughout the field. as prayed'. Witness my name I Escambia County, State of Florida. the .
Board of Bond 'I!
Trustees '
.sick child The company has been reorganizedbut as County Judge of the County aforesaid 2. The general endorse
during the past week nature of the business .
"Proposals for
The little fellow I P08TU the corporate name will continuethe ., this 3rd day of May 1906 Constructing Drain *
was better. at last I to toe transacted by said corpora and Sewerage Systems."
accounts. same as that under which it has HENRY BELLINGER, tion is the at
carrying on, Pensacolaand The
work to be done consists or a v
Columbian prospered for more than six Mr. County Judgs.f .
years.
(Mr. Cal Tippin attended the Con elsewhere in the State of "Florida,, proximately
federate Reunion at New Orleans,,; FOOD COFFEE Armistead assumes the presidency otthe In Escambia County Circuffc5 of the business of buying and selling water drains 25000 lineal feet of S'P'. r'i-.
from 66" to 10" in d .1 1 1I
State
while McSIichael of Florida. In
Mr.
company, Chancery. An.
last 'week. hardware railroad
and mill
Red ,
Makes Blood. supplie I
ter which
will 1 1I
becomes secretary and treasurer They nie 'Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs comprise Section
Senna employees of the post officedepartment i and any other kind of goods wares I Section 2 will ,
1C will of 'John I consist of approxinIt-
have McCree
were In the neighborhoodlast a well-trained office force and against all parties and merchandise
I usually bought and I ly 42 '
and will be prepared to give careful 1 claiming an interest in the West miles of terra cotta and week; looking over the groundfor I sold in the carrying on of such business iron '
th,3 proposed route-of the RuralDelivery. attention to the wants of the advertisers 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old City of! and to own and operate saw millsand I diameter.pipe sewers Ifrom 24" to I; .a
from Pensacola. On Proposals for Sect "::1 l l'I
a one-time insertion .to acamjaIgn Monday, the 25th day' turpentine stills
dol.. of Slay A. D. 1906 the tram roads,, must be accompanied by a c&r-fi-! i ,
The gardens are suffering for rain[ involving thousands of defendants are steamboats: tugs barges
schoonersand !
I check
It the drouth' continues the upply. of, We Want to lars.They required to appear to the bill filed other vessels\ and to do all other'I dollars for the sum of two tholl' -a' 'i i
against them herein. Ibis ($2,000.00), and proposal-; :
vegetables will be cut short. will be able to give their patrons order t:) acts and things usual
customary 01
Mr. and' Mrs. David Jamhon and every advantage in the preparation be published once each week for convenient Section 2 must be accompanied ;' a
to the' successful
children and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin[ Show Visitors of 'copy and illustrations and in twelve ,(12)) consecutive weeks in The of such business. operation I certified check in' the sum of I',: '

Merritt and little daughter were" the purchase of' space in any publication Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub 3. The amount of "stock thousand dollars $3,000.00> K-1": '
guests at dinner of Mrs. Henry Jones,. : in the United States. lished in "!ad! Escambia County. A. capital ; check deposited to be drawn ;.! '>
Our handsome new ironing authorized Is -One' Hundred and Fifty'! a Bank '
doing business in the C.
on Sunday. The offices: of the Lowman Advertising SL McMillan Clerk Circuit Court, by Thousand :

0V4PORA"t' MIss' Anna Creighton and 'SlissQusley .I linens.machine. Cost for,a household thousand Agency are in the Candler build-- Li G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacola Fla., be divided into Dollars fifteen IJUO,000.00)hundred (150QJ), (tc I Pensacola" Florida, and made i iable :. .' ,
Feb. ; to the Board of Bond Tni-f I
ink 22 1906.
.- spent Sunday afternoon with ,.Atlanta. Ga. 24feboawl2wks.
shares 'of ,. ,
Mrs Chas. Parazene. dollars but we consider' .. j the par value'of One Hun Specifications and blank form '' I
nothing too'gqod or too dred Dollars ($100.00)) each; seven L proposals can be obtained of fnr
Mrs. R. E. Jones entertained few Do Not be
: a Imposed Upon. ANNUAL SUPPLIES FOR
U. Z.MkRIE .
expensive to idd to our hundred and fifty ((750) of the said I L. *
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Hilton :
Green Pensacola >
Cream friends in her plaesant gallery, Sun. Foley & Co., Chicago originated CORPS. Headquarters U. at I
shares lobe 'in
equipment will In paid for
that
afternoon to whom she property to- the Consulting[ Engineer' at Wilnl---; '!:
day served Tar '
Honey
turn add satisfaction to and as a throat and.lung: {?., Marine Corps, Quartermaster's of- wit 'goods, wares and
merchandise
;; ton Delaware and full sets of pan;
delicious cream. remedy and on account of the great. ;
ficeJWashington Slay 2, 1S06. SELUr
(utuweercNEo) our customers. 'Let us the residue thereof in lawful "
:The David Rutherford and J monej r can be obtained at the latter's o
Harper call fof 'wash." merit! and popularity of Foley's Honey I ED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, to be of the United States. i
"yonr
'made with scrupulouscare families"_ have planned a picnic and and Tar many imitations are offered. pulblicly opened in this office at-ten a.DL 4. upon the deposit of ten rtol:j-s
The for i
term which said"corpor
fish for Tuesday. ($10.00)), which deposit will bt returned I
for those'who fry ; for the genuine. These worthless. -, May 28, 1906, are hereby invited, aUon shall exist is the period of nine. :
The Star the pa.g
the
Miss May Jones was the guest .SteamLaundry. itations have similar sounding Jia.nes..f for furnishing laundry service, rations ty.nine(99f' 'eirs. upon return of I
'
over Saturday, of _her uncle, Mr. Beware of them.. The ) in good condition. I Itl
Demand the Best Harry Hoyt; in Pensacola. and Tar is in genuine yellow Foley'sHoney fuer and forage at Portsmouth, N. H., 5. The business of the corporatioi The right to reject any and a1; I... ,3 I
a pack Boston Mass., Newport, R. I., Brooklyn
is be
to conducted by President:
Mr. Will Hoyt of Pensacola spent ._ a i is reserved. <<
for tl
Ask it and refuse .
age. any Sub- N.
Y.
Philadelphia Pa. -'
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_.Condensed M&Co.,New York Sunday at his 'old home. It Annapo-Vice President and a Secretary an< : ..J4: HILTON GREEN.:
stitute.
is the '
5t. best remedy forcoughs }
37 E.rGen lie Id. '
Phon 114. Washington D. C., and Norfolk
Treasurer
Everyone- this community is interested and a Board of five (5 j Chairman Board of Bond Tr'l> -'ee>
--- PeniaeoU. Flu. and colds. For sale by W. A. Va. laundry service rations "
I in the coming picnic at 'Fer..11. ... -.- -. fuel ; and Directors, to 'fee elected at the regnlai r IT. CHALKLEY HATTON,
'- -- Charleston S. C. Port
--
,
Royal
-- annual meetings of the corporation 4 Consulting Eng.neer.


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THE PENSACOLA. JOURNAL. ,_ SATURDAY M.ORNING I MAY 5, 1906 THREE iU_ r I
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1 Odd Men: iAttejition 1 ANOTHER E STORY t FEDERAL E l BRAN' N U ,' : $1.00- I 1.I yQUI: ;)' I Women' _in_ _Our_ _, _Hospitals_ --= -%4 4 -;-)t trt,' "'- I,- -




is I 2 '. ,t, PAIR :Special to- The 'Journal. Appalling Performed Increases Each in Year the Number-How Womerv of Operations- I 1" i'.'

or MEX1aANCRUELTY'[ N' J JURY f LABORS : y l f',:
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: Quincy May Mrs. W. M. CornY; Avoid Them. I : "

here Men's Vici Kid Oxfords very pleasantly entertained, on Monday t .
called 'I with a picnic' at: Howard's mill _, .....--__ ___-_ i iF&wr,1 J .,

on Little River Her guests were< ... .
AREOVER E Special price for today ONLY, ; their: Mrs. Miller,-Mrj and Mrs. J. L. David .1-.! "- it '

to the fact that our tailors E re'gular worth $1.50. Only one pair toa ,ion, Mrs. C. S. Curtis, Mrs. 'J. E. 1- :
Sizes 6 to 11. The ,:. '
customer.' early I Davidson, Miss May Miller, Miss Marcia ;
(St in-Bloch) have studied bird is the one that wins. Remem- May, Miss Hazel Underhill Miss: ,, ,
'
ber, for today only at$1.QO Buena Crawford ,
Miss Lelia McFai
fit .
the. question from .
_; -. lin, Miss Ethel Raines, Miss :Mary: -ti ': .'
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all points! of 'view, and Stated Attorneys Refuse to Defend inquisitorial l Body After Five Day's Davidson, Messrs./Albert Corry, Julian :' .

1 '_"A* : MEYER SHOE COMPANY Howard, Gus, Bert and Babe. -.
that wherever there I is : Cr Love. i ;it it.1: .
0. -,.. a' Imprisoned WS, ot SessionAdjourned-; I r' Miss McBachern- Jacksonville is : ... I If5' ;f '- t"

suit to fit a .man. socalled American Boats. Term._ Feet .Furnishers For Folks, the guest of. Mrs: A. D. Covington.' I. ,j : Jf i F tM -1

Mrs. E. A."Trogdon has. returned to '- .l'' \ '.
"regular" build, thereis S. Street. Quincy ,. : + .. '" t--0
102 Palafox after a visit of some months; ,..' .
another for the in Chicago. i R; I'' .
man INTERESTING DATA MADE PUB ONLY A TOTAL OF :SIXTEEN Mrs. Maxwell, of Jacksonville, who J :

who is normal in figure has been the charming guest of Mrs.: U\/:
LIC BY CAPTAIN WARREN TELLING CASES WERE INVESTIGATE: TEXCURSIONFerry M. /fl. Wilson, returned home on !Ut' ; ,.

but below the in ,
average Tuesday.Mr. wAuw : ; -
1t.
IN DETAIL IMPORTANT AND ELEVEN 'INDICTMENT? '
Seton 'Fleming, of Jacksonville, ::;:;J''i'
size; for the tall for ... _. ..,
man -
MATTERS-VICE CONSUL DIAZ 'RETURNED WHILE FIVE WERE spent a few days'in Quincy this week, ---- -w .
the guest of Mr. and Mrs.: A D. COy.
the short man, for the OF MEXICO MAKES' A STRON( IGNORED-BUSINESS WAS ACTIVE to # ington. ,fluMusb IiceBerry' If: rl'.,.- ,

thin Mrs. Peter Miller and her daughter !
man. for the tall or "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
DENIAL FOR HIS GOVERNMENT.Are Miss May Miller, who have been the< 1" ;f 1
short stout man, and for guests of Mr. a jd Mrs. W. :M. Corny Going through the hospitals in our The following letters cannot fail to '
Pass Today.Capt. large cities one is surprised to:find such bring hope to despairing women. '1 f
returned to their home in New Yorkon
there in Progressowho a large proportion of the patients lying
the short or tall thin man attorneys federal after beingin t I"
Th,9 grand Jury Tuesday. on those snow-white beds women i Miss Ruby Mushrush, of East "
dare defend crews of American ,;
boats seized by the Mexican government session for five days adjourned for Many improvements are being made< and girls, who- are either awaitingor I Chicago, Lnd., writes ; ,-.
$$15.00 to $$30.00 in Quincy, prominent them be- Dear Mrs. Pinkh&m .J-; '
? From Information secured the term yesterday' afternoon. In.4!! among recovering from serious'operati ns. f
.,J'
"
ing the erection of three handsomenew Why sho'uldthis-be.,the case?Sim-- I have been a great sufferer with irregularperiods 4 :
-by.Captain Warren of the owners ths grand body examined "
one inquisitorial
brick store buildings by Messrs ply because they have neglected them and female trouble., and about three t: { :
of the Silas Sterns American months the doctor,after: using the X-By i .- '
an into sixteen cases. Eleven bills; Bennie Edmund- ago ::
M. W. Munroe, Richard Gee and C. selves. Female troubles are certainlyon
boat seized by the Diaz government ii on me, sai41 bad an abcess and would have i ;t j ., '.
such.is the cage. were returned and the rest were< son will run an excur- Stearns. the increase among the.' women pi to have an operation. My mother wanted 1 i i'j. "
appears ""ignored. The Rev. Mr. J. E. Canteret, formerly this country-they creep upon them me to try Lydia E. Frakham's Vegetable ,;.;
Captain Warren stated yesterday t sion to Ferry Pass to- of Sarasota, has taken charge of unawares, but every one of those Compound as a last resort, and it not only t.. t. ;..
that so far no attorney in Progresso The report submitted'- Judge< saved me from an operation but made .' "-
weather the Episcopal church here and wl: patients in the hospital beds had plentyof me en :
permitting
-day ,.
:R could be secured who would defend Swayne by the grand jury was brief hold services three Sundays in the warning in that bearing-down feeling tirely welL" .; : \" ':
the men, whom it is.understood are It referred to the total number 'of for those who wish to month. ,pain at left og right of the abdomen Mrs. Alice BerryhiU, of 313 BoyCC t j' t N:

incarcerated in a filthy Mexican pris cases before the body and the indict attend the barbecue. nervous exhaustion pain in the smallof Street, Chattanooga, Tenn.,writes: l' r ? '
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cn, without the necessities of life beIng -- --- the back, dizziness,-fiatulericy,:dis- Dear Mrs. Pmkham ,
ments returned. In conclusion, thanks: WHAT IS AN AX? of the or'.irregnlar- !. "'
given them. placements organs "Three years ago life looked'dark to ma. z'O< ; :'
[f such a condition of affairs does were returned to the court for the ities. All of these symptoms are indications I had ulceration and inflammation of the ': '.f I '

SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES I really exist this seizure business may comprehensive charge delivered to< Little questions arise to make us of an unhealthy condition of female organs and was in a serious condition. i1r r ,f. -..
health broken '4
and if not heededthe "My was completely down
female ,
Buy Diebold Safes. eventually become an international the bod'y:' which the jury states aided Boat Leaves Palafox Wharf at think. Until a few years ago we the penalty organs has to be paid by a dangerous and the doctor told me ttat if I was not operated ,$ :!": t .
question, is the opinion of several materially in the deliberations upon I would die within six months. I '4 r
Scarritt Moreno, Agent. persons.A 8:30 returning! to City at 6 p. m. spelled the instrument used for..hew operation. When these symptoms I told him I would have no operation but r ;t .
Thanks and of appreciation ,. themselves, do not
report in some manner emanated expressions I ing and chopping timber "axe. To- manifest drag along would try Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable :' :i, .
;-- until are obliged to go to the hospital Compound lie tried to influence me -j i :
were expressed to District Attor you against
from Mexico to the effect that-Amen- day the "e" is fallen into disuse, but
COTTRELL and submit to an operationbut it but I sent for medicine that same day : T.
ran poachers had been working in. ney Sheppard and Assistant (Fasco. m.-j-$ 4 ax.is not nearly so agreeable as axe. remember that Lydia E. Pink- and began to use it faithfully. Within fire \'t 1 .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.. Mexican waters and have been warned \Affairs around the county temple of However let that The ham's Vegetable Compound has saved days I felt relief but was not entirely cured U ; "
impor-
Pensaeola. Fla. ineffectually,, makin'g' their arresnecessapy. I I pass. until I used it for some time. i "., .

justice brisk due to the activity thousands of women from surgical i
were Amusements I tant question is, What is an ax? A. "Yourmedicineiscertainlyfina. I have tis;
of persons desiring to pay the that the steel is an operations.When induced several friends and neighbors to take ;,,; .- .
swears part ax
Captain Warren denounces such a troubled with irregular
'
DIAMONDSSomething women are it and I know more than a dozen who had '.
report as a pure canard and does not poll tax. Three suits were instituted and it doesn't have to have a handleto suppressed or painful periods female troubles and who to-dayare as well I .ti.fJl i] ,. .
Neat and New in Them mince his in his in circuit court. 'I1n $ H 1 nlceration and as I am from C .{
words expressing the be an ax. B. contends that the weakness, displacement or strong using your Vegetable > ,1 : '.
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St. opinion concerning the'"subject. He steel is head and that of the organs, that bearing-down .feeling Compound." ,- ',. .j

TURTON & BELL. boats of his did, he also denies ever The following business was trans- *SONG RECITAL ex consists of both head and handle. (or flatulency), general debility, indigestion pound at once removes such troubles. r t, r.;

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. receiving any notice as stated. acted in the federal court: --- The complete ax consists, a hard- and nervous prostration or are Refuse to buy any other medicine, for :.4-i ,

Captain Warren in discussing the Henry W. Demps perjury, guilty fThe eong recital given last night by ware man says, of an iron head, or beset with such symptoms as dizziness you need the best. J'n ', .
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. ,Mr. Julian of'New York, wasa Mrs. Pinkham '
seizure of the American boats stated Walker butt steel arched anda lassitude, excitability, irritability nero daughter-inJaw of 3 'f ; : .
as charged. in It is ; a edge, an eye Lydia E. Pinkham invites all ;"
that they were 60 miles from Yucatan great 'success every way. vousness, sleeplessness nelaneholy, sick WO t jk- '
K. WHITE, when seized further when Arthur Batha, alias Arthur :Matha, very doubtful if the Pensacola opera helve. An ax minus its helve "all-gone" and "want-to-be-lef men to write her for advice, Her ad vice ,,\: ,

Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate fish caughtWord, and away violation of the internal revenue law; house ever saw a more,select, appreciative would be quite useless. Yet if a alone. feelings,they should remember and medicine have restored thousands i'.H :
were guilty. aualence than there is tried and true remedy. I I to health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Optician.30 S. Paiafox Street, Pensaeola. Fla. From Galveston.A rot and responsive merchant orders a gross of axes one \ f'

fT telegram has been received from Injunction Granted.In that dinging.which It listened was. evident to Mr. from Walker's the from the manufacturer he will get lydia E. PInkhan's Vegetable Com loud Succeeds Where Others Fall ,>! j ,

Galveston wherein it is stated that as the chancery division of tha circuit them' without helves if helves ,
are \.
first note uttered by the soloist that _ _ r' .
ToldJ. reliable is securedto ___ 7
Tersely soon as a attorney court A. J. Venters :filed a complaint the audience had nothing to worry not mentioned.: The average wood I : J.'

represent the imprisoned sailors against D. J. Honnelly and about, and that they m'ght! and did, chopper hates the lathe turned helve J. j :
ANCIENT' MEDICINE.
that word will be sent. Also that it is! Samuel Ross. Complainant claims
M. Pfeiffer, is still confined this I reported that the''Mexican government that he is owner of certain propertyin give themselves to an entirely evening and of rare unreservedly of commerce. He buys the iron and Marine Grocery Co. 'I i r

home with illness. seized the boats for fishing in Mexican: Section 22, township 5 north range enjoyment.The up I steel part of the instrument and Th Idiotic Nostrums In Which! PeopU 11 ,.
604, 608. 610 I
606. S. Palafox St. : ,
J. T. Davis has returned from a waters, without permission. The SO, west. He plea !;d in. his complaint recital program, was made up I makes his own helve out of straight Once Believed.If Phone 723. #ft' ', ,
business trip to New Orleans. crews of the seized ships are all non- that the respondents be enjoined H,
I of some seventeen song;, in Italian, seasoned hickory. "Gimme a five modem science boast of
can '
Henry Horsier is confined to his American, and nothing about them from cutting and. removing timber' German and English.. _' It, would be]I pound ax," he says to the dealer. V. J. VIDAL, Manager. l':
anything it can of the in whichit 'f i
oft
represents America except the flag. the land or otherwise damaging way .
home with an attack of fever. difficult, to pick out'any. one of these I '
"Helve with it? make that
Captain Warren the property. "Nawp; has rescued medicine from the 0'
stated that he songs aciaS.say whichj'sws the most! We will sell for tea days at len !. '
Charles M. Quina has been appointed thought that the last sentence of the Commissioner Coston granted the enjoyed, or the best rendered. at homeNew'York Press. realms of imagination, says the London than cost: :

Chief! Customs Insipector, at this telegram told more than everything injunction! prayed for by the com Irl'Walker is! called a basso; but I Standard. The wonderful prescriptions No. 2 Mackerel], 2 for 15c. ; I
l.ort, vice Bruce Weeks promoted.Mr. else. He states that while he feels plainant. more properly his voice may be.called Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc :; -
Should Work Both Ways. of the :Magi as narratedby t
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and Mrs. Ja'3. Hansen, of East for himself and company, he has more Suits Filed. I a ""basso-cantante or a "singing"bass I per pound. :/
Hill, left last night for Thorsby Ala., solicitation for Captain Malfitano his : ," which is perhaps the most Dr. Kallowmell (after a thorough the Roman historian, Pliny, are Blood Red Salmon, lOc 'per lb. 'I
The following suits filed in
''Where Mrs. Hansen will spend sever crew and the other sailors than for' the office of Circuit Court'Clerk'Mc were I : .I ful of the low voices. (fIfe, use-I examination-There) is nothing at examples of what the earliest doc- Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per -':! .

I a! months.To himself. He wants the men released,'I Millan: -' ," high not ., like a 'barytone, a low note I all the mattel-with you. All you tors were, while even the "salves" of kit' '

spend 30 minutes! a day in read. and that, too, as quickly as possible. Lizzie Jones vs. Henry Jones di-: like a basso and when the occasion I need is a little rest.CallerThank our own Elizabethans seem at first Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per 1 -
"If a foreign ship was seized in calls for that special color! of tone.! tin.
i
vorce. Plaintiff Well I must mueh of .
ing want ads. may prove to be the allege cruelty as you. sight not an improvementupon
America and the crew placed in jail, for i When he sings in German, to those: Salacine Sausage (imported) 250
grounds ;
a cause of action.
"side-line" of business
most profitable those of the Chaldean M. D.'s.Let .
they would be accorded fair treat A. E. Zichine & who do not know him he is a German beDr. per pound. % .
you ever undertook.The ment. Attorneys would be secured to Cunningham, assumpsit Company suit vs.for D.the J.:' and th.3 audience needs no program I Kallowmell-But thanks, my us take a few examples of Ma- We have a fresh stock of imported .:;'

Eagles met in regular session defend them easily." remarked a well recovery of $500 alleged to be due. with the text to know what I good man, will not pay my office gian healing from a Latin author, of Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tomato '- :'$,

last night at their hall and transacted known citizen "but it does not appear I lie is singing about. i rent. which perhaps the most useful is the Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes _
considerable' business. One candidate if such is the case in Mexico." Municipal Court. This class of entertainment to the i not but that's all that in modern Navy Bread, Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack i-. .,
'was initiated in the mysteries of the Consul Diaz Talks. George Hall and F. D. Abbott,1,musical public of Pensaeola, is somewhat Caller-Maybe following-one par- Boston Brown Bread. French.. :
order. Vice Consul Diaz denies the report 1 members of the police departmentwere of an, innovation, but it is safe, I got for overhauling your watch lance would run thus: A recipe to Bread, Russian Caviar and Imported '<'

that Captain Malfltano and hi/s men before Judge Laney yesterday to say it won't be the 'last. Every I the other day and finding that all it make women disclose their secrets. French and Italian Sweet Oils. t '.
F. W. Riley, who has been connected ,
with the circuit clerk's office for cannot get lawyers to take up their conduct forenoon on charges of Disorderly, I mood was represented in the program:' needed was winding.ChicagoTribune. ] Take one hen and, having carefully We carry the only full line of Fran- !' .-,'...
cases. He says that there are attorneys refusing to pay fare on a which he rendered with an ease, a' extracted her heart, place the same cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'scanned "
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time has resigned to
accept a -
same of -
car th Pensacola -
Electric Terminal that be-
forcefulness and precision
; in Progresso who will attend to goods in the city. Gulf City
more profitable position with a Pensa on the mouth of a patient during
Company. The affair is only tokens the .
Rrhaps
all kinds of legal business. The vice the master. Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard,
cola firm. consul further states that he is will a test one and is a friendly suit on- most wonderful and taking feature of CHOOSING A PIANO. sleep. You will ascertain her exact Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden -'", '

Chief of Police Schad has in his ing to give Captain Warren the ad- both sides. The causes were continued his singing is his beautiful tone pro- This will not be a difficult task If age the next morning. To do the Rio Coffee for sale. They are all

losses ion a pocketbook which was dress of a lawyer in Progresso who' but will likely be decided to- duction, the perfect modulation:: and you come here to select. There's Individuality old Roman justice he stigmatizesthis high grades and give perfect satisfao ;!}

found last night. Hs willing to restore will take up and defend the charges' day.All blending of his forts passages into of tone in every one ol statement as a "portentous lie." tion. r.pi <
cases against Hooton &
it to the owner upon proper' against the captains and crews ol ordered Watson clear, delicate and exquisite! shading ours-Krautch & Bach, Lester, Pack- No doubt he.had tried it.) ,
Menti1 caUon. ver,9' stricken from the pianlssimos that keeps his enrap-- ( .
American boats, now in prison in Mex docket. turned listeners! wondering where the ard, Cussell and Clutter. Their toneis Others are quite as grotesque. Fe-
ico. He states that there attor.
Some excitment was created yesterday in are tones came from and where they go. pure, rich, delicate and yet of great verfew, when used medicinally, had .
when a horse, the property of J. neys Progresso 'employed by the Annual Picnic '
It was Mr. Walker's intention to carrying power. ,
to be the left baud after
to defend plucked by ,
government people who haveno
M. Pfeiffer, backed into the bay at
stay a day or two with friends, who CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,
means to employ counsel. Orrine Saved the Hom'eHELPD the patient's name had been spokenover ,
the Palafox street wharf. The an! had set out to give him a treat of Pensacola, Florida.

mal was rescued. their own, but a telegram from Boston it, the herbalist taking good 'r f -

George W. Moore, who succeea'S "Adulterated" Dress. ,cut short his stay, as h3 sings care not to look behind him. A love FRIDAY MAY 11 '
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A. A. Seraphic as immigration inspector The Lancet calls attention to the THE DRUNKARD TO A with the Boston Symhony Orchestra charm could be easily obtained froma f ATMAGNOLIA : (

at the port of Pensacola ha'3 wholesale manner in which the ma- CURE AND 'MADE THE :Monday1 evening. hyena caught when the moon was

assumed his duties. Mr Seraphic terials which keep us warm duringthe WIFE A HAPPY Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years ES.MeIIen&CoJ;ii; ; in Gemini. Sporting prophets who BLUFFBY <

las been transferred to Tampa.It day and the blankets'which coyer'us WOMAN.I, of Torture. I wish to excel in divination should ',, "
)
at night are adulterated. The For more than twenty years Mr. J. change their customary chop for a <

pays to insist on having Blue Rib- silk dress of the ladjrof a hundred --, B.Massey, of 2S22 Clinton St., Minne- : Handle Nothing : few moles' hearts. It is stipulatedthat '

bon .Lemon Goes twice or Vanilla.as far Absolutelypure. as other years ago rustled .as,jhe moved on "For over five years a mechanic ap lis, }[inn., was tortured by sciatica. : these be fresh. The Romans Ladies' Auxilliary t

kinds. account of the goodness of the silk; earning$2'2ii per week had not taken The pain and suffering which he f' But themselves, although no mean sur J ,.'
endured this time is beyond
now it rustles with the 36 per.cent a full pay envelop! home. He was during him geons-they made use of the probe TOTHEB.OFLE. '1; '
induced to try Orrine," writes W. K. comprehension. Nothing gave ,
of salts of tin used to sophisticateit. THE VERY BEST t -
Schmidt Co., one of the leading drug- any permanent relief until he used and nippers and instruments for Refreshments. .
He Knew. The lady of the perjpd' in h.er gists of Grand Rapids, Mich.He Chamberlain's} Pain Balm. One application .. : ,trepanning-were not less given to Prize Contests. I

''X ow, children,"'said the teacher silk dress is indeed a sort of "woman was faitful to the medicine and a of that liniment, relieved the :: of prodigies than the people whose veracity Good Music. : t

After she had finished explaining in armor." Epsom salts, instead complete cure followed." pain and made sleep and rest possible, t : they dpubted. They believed Dancing.Boating. ,
"What appeals'most to the think- and less .than one bottle has effecteda Everything. and Bathing. .
measurement inches feet and so of used for medicinal :
being purposes, permanent cure. If troubled with that eating hare was a cure for in- -
big is the prosperity for the family TRAINS WILL LEAVE .'
forth, "can any of you tell me what as. formerly, are now employed, it which can be attributed directly to sciatica or rheumatism why not trya somnia, and even the skeptic Pliny CITY 2:30, i i

there is that can be bought by the would appear, for loading 'flannel.: Orrine. The man became worth 25-cent.bottle of Pain Balm and see imagined that there must be some- 5:30, and 8:30 P. M. --

foot?" The snowy table linen which used to more to his firm, received an advance for yourself how quickly it relieves It Clean heavy clipped White i. thing in the superstition that people : ,. I

The inevitable Johnny described: delight the hearts of Mr?. Tulliver in pay and about a year ago the pain. For sale by all druggists. Oats.tNo... :2 White Corn, pure Bran who had done so were good lookingfor REMEMBER THE j ,
few orbits in the air and Aunt i is linen purchased a' homeon the contract .
t
planetary Gleig po longer Shorts. nine days afterward. A veritable -
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plan. By! the aid of a saving wife
with his hand and, given an opportunity -. as of yore, but largely made of cot- be is able to carry out nte: contract, '"1 Simple Pat. I Chick Feed, consisting of 20* nine days' wonder! He recommended FATHER RYAN :!;

distinguish himself by being ,. ton 1 filled. with china clay, starch ; end when in the store a few days ago A poor Irishman one day went to f articles for the rapid and. also, as a cure for quartan

the first to answer, he jumped : and size. _ said in sixty more" weeks the homewill the office of an Irish bank and asked :. healthy hatched.growth of the. newly. fever, that the dust in which a hawk .

out of his seat and grinned: be paid for. for change in gold for fourteen one Wheat and Mixed ,Feed for 'had rolled should J>e put into a bag EvENINGTUESDAYMAY8
In a Hurry. This shows the good results following of Ireland notes. The !
"Stockings.? __ pound Bank the hen. and the latter tied around the neck
the Orrine trctatment. The I ,
Her. Kong Yin Teb'f Honoluluwas i remedy is absolutely harmless, is cashier at once replied that the'Cavan Condition Powders for horse,. with a piece of red thread. Other ,

describing'in Philadelphia the thoroughly scientific and is so uniformly b nk" only cashed its own notes. cow and poultry., cures for this same were the longest ".o t.

horrors of leprosy. successful that in every box .' Then would ye gie me Cavan Conkey's" Celebrated Poultry < '' tooth of a black dog, in the same position -

"An American, tourist, I sup- Is a registered guarantee which en- notes for these?" asked the.countryman :: Remedies cure roupe and, cure lice cholera killer. \< and a wasp caught in the left AT LIBRARY HALL. .i ..

is almost afraid to look at a .itlesyou to"a refund of your money in his cure, gape GIVEN BY .
pose, simple way.'Certain1y,1J If you live in town telephone hand and then pressed against the ,
If Orrine fails to effect a cure. :
l leper, isn't he? a }Baptist minister said the cashier, forehead.
hto drunknessfree
Treatise on ( cure
ArcIa asked. on requst Orrine Co., ;Wash handing the fourteen notes as de- us.If in-neighboring! towns writeto Ladles Memorial Association. :,

i A ''Indeed'he is afraid," said Mr. ington, D. C. 's le
GopecoShrunk Yin Teb, smiling. Orrine I Is in two forms, No.1. Irishman took the Cavan of a Confederate monument to Tathef ;
which can be given secretly without Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly .
pJl"Well' Mobile.
returned in
"Does he run away notes, .but immediately Ryan, ,1
Cairter the patient's knowledge; No. 2 jn pill respected resident of Falsonia, Miss, ;' ;'
"
'Mr.: Teb replied, "I them.to the official, saying:
MELLEN &
SizeARROW1 form for those who wish to be cured. .F. S. CO.
wouldn't like to he: :runs'away 'Would gie me gold for these was sick with stomach trouble for Admission, 50c .
quite say The price of each is $1, and both are ye Chamberlain'sStomach \

but he.,retieat-pretty briskly. soldi I under a guarantee. Use Orrine, sir?" And the cashier, caught in t Phone 334.Pensaeola i more than and six Liver months.Tablets cured her. COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK AND i '

If you saw him-going for a doctor quit drinking and make wife andfamily his own trap, was obliged to part She says: "I can now eat anything (DANCING: 'AFTER MUSICAL '.

Ceats each. 2 for 25 Cent*. at that'Speed.ywLWoald &.eitogether happy and .prosperous in their .with. the money.-London Answers. i' Fla. I! want and am the proudest womanin _
home. i
ClUETT.;PEABODY ft 00. <* warranted thinking that somebody own the world to find such'a good'medi- -- )

-Votert/'theft and Matank Airfe. was dreadfully. : net- *- Orrine, 106 is South for sale Palafox by White's Street Pharinacy TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 132Kt .: .."."......'....".A cine." For sale by all druggists. l TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 132 t


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?AGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY'J'._ .MOR-NiNG".MAV- t f, :1906.

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: The anthracite owning coal railroads PEOPLE. OF THE DAY ':. :THE GREATEST ;WEDDING.k '-:' !. We -bad---noticed that- jour_bai;'

have, it is estimated more than .i.... V _
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thin
: 't 1t: 11 *t* Jonfnal 10,000,000 tons of anthracite coal Financier- -- .... ', ft Lhm Hairyes looting pretty and tbat it
piled up alongsfda their tracks in the &ad 8port Over. Tin. Thousand Couples Ud J *t l luster and life. But we didn't
a1 It will be Clarence H. Mackay, trustee ot the the Same Time. like to speak of it! Of course "ou know
vicinity of New York '
:Lrl 1.flJWLSLffLJ-J.flW I nJW. t-J1f- U6me months before they.> begin to New York Life. Insurance- companyand : 'TIle largest and most remarkable that Ayer'Hair Vigor Is a regular hair-grower, makes the hai oft and
feel any severe strain.. member of..the; BO called Fowler wedding since the world began took smooth, give it life alJd strength. This isn't the kind of hair that faUs out''

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. i But the public. paysj committee now; v'estlgating the affairs place at finsa. When the great,Alex- And,:100, it--keepa'tbe'Scalp-- so-clean-and---healthy. ..'...,.C.blIreo"' :.,
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of that i institution, is head of the '
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY D m HH--' mder had conquered Persia, wishing -- -
has -
Commercial Cable which _..
company --
to'unite the victors and vanquished -
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***BY... AS' TO MOSQUITOES.. $. lines Tinder.both, the Atlantic and Pacific )y.the strongest ties possible, he decreed -

t .-- oceans., 'a wedding festival. .Now guess Women Can Paint
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. New Orleans Picayune: Mr. Mackay is the only loa of. the he ordered to be
bow people
many
'i late John of bonanza fame, Household Articles.It's
nJ wu1ruw WuW W W$ J t 1. W flflJ W 4 !"" H* W.-Mackay married. You could never do it. .

FRANK L MAYES, President and General Manager. and a business man of acknowledged Well, .Alexander himself was to
ability. He Is also noted for his sport- easy for women:'to. paint household articles Ml
su- The cisterns in New Orleans are all jnarry Statira, the daughter of
Wr W chairs, sideboards, tables or floors if you like with
securely Cvered.with. wire netting' so Darius;' 100 of his. chief officers 1
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
; that the mosquitoes which are outside were to united to ladies from henoblest Granby Ready-Mixed Household Paintsput

nuJfXL JUL U UU cannot get in to !lay their_ eggs and Persian and :Medean fami-: I ,
1-lb cents.
25
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. breed a new crop, while" those'that are lies2 and 10,000, of his Greek up in cans

One Year.$5 00 One Month........ .......-.. 45 inside cannot get out ene'to marry 10,000 Asiatic.soldiers'j Mill

Six Months....'............ 2 50 One Week....... ,......,. M So far as the cisterns are concerned f -20,202 people married at nce., Saunders: Company,
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 .$! 0( I
WeekJr Edition per year. the mosquitoes ought to bs consid-- I don't see how they managed tOget Phone .1 7. 21 Cast Garden Street.

,JuwLRru-,- W W---WW- JWWL W' ered as wholly exterminated, and there up a feast for so many, but they

The Only Pensacofa Newspaper. From Which a Detailed should be no longer any dread of any did, and for a vast multitude of _

evil that the cistern-lbred. propagatorsof besides. had the most
guests They
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.
disease can do. splendid arrangements. On a plainnear' Political AnnouncementsRATES.
"Hi'
belief will
w -- rr nw w wW W But to hold to aitY such

only be hugging a most fatal delusion. the city a vast pavilion was ..' ..
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Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Sale on Trains The raid on the cisterns does not do erected on pillars sixtyfeet high;

Government. Phone3O.J' I and .at all News Stands. away with the :mosquitoes, nor would It was hung and.spread with the I I I by announce myself a canciidau( :O-
The rates for political announcements [ the office of Tax Collector Subject '
0
cistern
they be done with if every -
away
richest tissues while the and
LfUUUWL Jlt .. \ gold 8' lines, to run the'action of the Democratic Pi
WJUSU1JtjUL w fr j.j.fl. SJJuJL -- were absolutely l destroyed, as not exceeding : uor..
some of our rampant and fanatical sanitarians \ precious stones whi h ornamentedit till the primary of May 15, are as follows -i May 15. 1906.

PEXtS&COLA, FLORiaV, SATU RDAY MORNING. MAY 5, 1906 so urgently desire. There would have made your eyes blink.' : I NEILS McKENZIE OERTINO

are plenty of breeding places for the Adjoining this building were 100 The Daily Journal. .. .. .. .. .11000 Tax Assessor. -
The . . .. 500 For County
Journal.
I d'tch Weekly:
insect and I
I pests in every gutter chambers for the hundred
Debauchery of 1896 gorgeous These rates are strictly cash in advance -; I will bo a candidate for reaoni '
and canal in the city, and it is the ::1'
the remaining
while for I
bridegrooms
and no announcement will be tion to the office of County Tax A""-,.
Admitted and Regretted. # CUPPINGS. FROM THE *' wise.worst sort of rot to proclaim other- I 10,000 an outer court was in inserted or run under any other con- sor, in the Democratic Primary of :Ma;

# MAY' MAGAZINES. # closed and hung with costly tapes- ditions. 15. I respectfully ask your support,
If there is such a thing as remorseattackln'g As to the claim, so loudly and per W. W. RICHARD
dollars repentence 'f 7! sistently made, that'the stegomyia;, try, and 'tables were spread outside For the State Senate.
or punc-
the dreaded yellow feyer masquito, for the multitude.A .
CLABOCB H. 1IACKAT. For County
turing the leather-lined conscience or only breedsHm the cisterns, and no- John'S. Beard, a candidate for the Treasurer.
Increase in Pacific seat each
Tonnage.
commercialism, the following from a where else, it is a most pernicious and lug proclivities and is well known in separate was assigned nomination to the State Senate in the;I I will be a candidate in the ,lPmlr
recent issue of the Wall Street News, Ralph D. Paine In an article entitled dangerous a.ssumptlonan.d is nothing clubdom and in society. He is a wrestler pair, and all were arranged in a Democratic primary called to be held cratic primary of May 15 for re-noui-:
"Steam and Sail the Pacific"in
on semicircle on either hand of the May 15th, xogejher with other speakers I nation to the office of county treir.
'since boxer
be of it That publication The for more than an assumption. we horseman and polo player,
sample
pjust a an Outing interesting Magazine comparison Maywakes regarding do not know enough about' this pesti-- and until the death of his father he royal, throne. Each bridegroom had ,. will address-the people of Es-] er. The 'support of all democrat Abe ..

says: the increase in tonnage of ferous creature to pronounce positively maintained of the finest racing received a golden vessel for his liba cambia county upon the political Issues appreciated.
However desirable it was to defeat its habitat and habits. lAt one of the Gay at the tollowlng! J. ED. WILLIAMSI
the silver in 189 did American vessels on the Pacific. upon any stables on the American turf. Until tion, and when the last of these had ,
free agitation ,
times and places:
rate, let us give ourselves the benefitof
:When Mr. Paine first crossed the
the end justify the means employed to every doubt and make war on 'all recently his hobby was polo, and at been announced by trumpets to the Ferry Pass, Saturday. day time, May hereby announce myself a cane.-
accomplish that defeat? It. is not too Pacific to act in in the the capacity as war mosquitoes, whether in the ponds, his country home at Roslyn, N. Y.,- is multitudes without the brides en 5th. date for the office of County Trct! *.

much to say that the money. spent In,I correspondent, he found in use a ChinaJapanwar few boats puddles, ditches, gutters, canals, quartered a string of the nimble ponies tered the banquet hall and took Millview, Thursday night, May 3. I urer, subject to the action of the Dtuiocratic ,

1896 to prevent the election ,of Bryan, which had too email and slow swamps or elsewhere. This is the used in that exciting sport. Of their places. McDavid, Friday night, May 4.Nix's I Primary.

f resulted in political debauchery, such I I for use in proven the :Atlantic service. Re- only sensible view of the situation.So late Mr. Mackay has devoted much of And now don't think each Precinct, Tuesday night, May I THOS. F. BRIGHTON:
as was never. before experienced in the visiting the Pacific coast last autumn much noise has been made about his leisure to automobile racing and is you 8th. I -

United States, and from which the politics -I II in the Interest of The jDuting (Magazine the cisterns that they have monopolized a driver of acknowledged skill and dar bridegroom stood up separately and Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. I: hereby announce myself a canli-
and business of this country have he found the following remark- all the attention, and all the other ing. vowed, "With this ring I now thee Pensacola (Seville Sqiare) Friday I date for the office of County Tre:
I not even yet recovered. It is not far able change had taken place.In sanitation has been disregarded. His wife, who was Miss Katherine wed," and so on., No. The cere- night, May 11. I er of Escambia county, subject :'o .-

from the truth to say that the country 1897 the total tonnage of Fanaticism on any subject is a sort Duer of New York, Is deeply Interestedin mony was very simple. The king I Pine Barren, Saturday night, May action of the Democratic primary
has suffered more by" reason of the American steam vessels engaged in of insanity, and It..not only brings mis- the public schools of New York city gave his hand to Statira and kissed I 12. I :May 15, and respectfully solicit :Vj
political corruption ot the 1896 cam- the Pacific Ocean was 23,426; in 1905it fortune and trouble upon those whomit and Long Island and last 'was support of all voters.
year her, his.wife and the other bride-
as For
the
paign than would have suffered from had increased to 149,685, by which persecutes and oppresses, but it returns elected school trustee of Eoslyn. Legislature. i JOHN G. WELSH
the triumph.of free silver, lamentableas time more vessels in foreign trade to plague, the fanatics them. grooms.followed his example. That I am a candidate for member the,
that. would have teen. Bryan's triumph were owne : in Washington than in selves. Then let Us 'return to sane .was the way. Then came the festival lower house in the state legislature!I For County Commissioner Dist. No. 1.
A Trouble Box. ---
of free silver would have given other state in the Union. methods, and, while five with and from Escambia. in the Demo-
any we keep an eye Major McDowell, clerk of the house lasting days, music county The friends of C. F. Zeek announc*"
:. the' markets a terrible shock, but Bryan !From Seattle now sail the magnificent on the much-denounced cisterns, look of representatives, has a place for feats of jugglery, play acting and cratic primary of May 15, and will appreciate him as a candidate for county comm-*
2 could not have really done much steamers Minnesota and Dakota also with some earnestness and vigi- the support of all Democrats. sioner from District No. 1, sU ll' :
kinds of Ex
harm in a practical and the built for :James J. Hill which keeping things written on paper. He all delightful games,- -
way
lance after the other)breeding places CHAS. M. COSTON. to the action of the' Democratic i I',,'
country would have made a speedy would loom as giants on the swarming has a pigeonhole in his desk labeled change.
of mosquitoes, and the mosquitoesthat _ mary of May 15.
recovery from the disaster, but It will Atlantic, and from San Francisco are bred in them. "Troubles. It may be an old story I am a candidate for represeuta-
take to from the the fleet of majestic liners about the man who has a place of deposit -
many years recover steams new Heroic. five in the lower house of the state I hereby announce my Candida

effects of the political debauchery of the Korea and Manchuria First Use 'of Umbrellas. for the memoranda relating to In the Carlist war of Spain, whichwas egfelature, subject to the action of for County Commissioner from F""
which has been brought about -by the class, created. by tha Pacific Mail. troubles, but in abuse of millions of dollars in politi-" Out of Tacoma voyage, westward the There can ,be little. doubt that' trouble pigeonhole) is no fiction. prolonged from 1833 to 1840, and I will appreciate the support of: the primay of May 15th.

cal campaigns. new ships of the Boston Steamship when umbrellas first came into use He has one, and be keeps it filled with most of the mountain races of the all democrats. J. B. ROBERTFor

If confession is good for the soul,' Company;: the China Mutual Naviga- in England they 'were carried only the letters of those who are in troubleor north of Spain were supporters of J. E. LONG.I -

we commend the above to every soul. tion Company has invaded the fieldwlt.h by women. Of this we have the evidence who desire 'to get the major into Don Carlos, the pretender to the County Comn'iissionerDist. No. 3.
a monthly line from Puget hereby announce myself as a
har oled.defender of the of Guy Mege' in his French schemes that will,make difficulties for- Spanish crown then worn by Queen I candidacy
mercenary Sound to Liverpool and Glasgow, via candidate for the lower house of the hereby announce my foi
methods'by which'Wm. McKinley'was Oriental ports, and the; Germans are dictionary, 1688, who has the sentence him. It Is always well filled. Isabella. Upon the defeat of the Florida legislature, subject to the action re-election to the office of county commissioner ,

elected: in "1896. The, election was..a building up" a newt service our ofqriian4. "Umbrellos ire only in use insurgents one detachment of them of the Democratic primary on from District No, 3, subject
.. ,Besides these regular 'ftFhe New-World What tktd! Thought. under the command of General Elio May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I to the action of the Democratic Pr
amongst women.
political robbery; a victory bought with lines, unattached freighters under John D. Rockefeller makes it a custom mary of May 15.

dollars, and it will go down in 'politiCal -steam' and sail are, hurrying to ana of Words," revised, etc:, by J. K. to address his servants at morning was taken to Bayonne as prisoners hereby announce myself a candidate J. M. ANDREWS

history as one of the darkest from these ports in greater fleets Philobibl, 1720, :has the remark, and evening prayers. One of .the of war. Victor Hugo in his letters for representative in the lower

blotches on the civic record of the -na-each',year. .Ffcr to the southward the:! "Such as are here ,commonly us'd maids was asked by a friend .If. she- tells this incident of the occasion: house of the state legislature:, subject I hereby announce my Candida :
breakwater at San Pedro stretches appreciated the discourses. who Had to the action of the Democraticprimary for county commissioner from Di-
tion., mif, Q ..TnicrVitw QTm. f,.. ;jcliaMai. tha by: women_ to, shelter them irom "9 ,. .. .. General Elio, spent seven .... ... ...1.., 'T._ O ..."".L._i- 6_ ..._ .__u__ .
f/\.mIng .. .
: -- -.O-'S' "V 4Sd& "' S4' "'''' "i never tnougnt or tnatsue re teen months order of 01 may LILI;: isuujttci LU me acuonthe ell
rain. Both
umbrell and umbrella in prison by
It is altogether likely that as a. re squadrons of commerce. New I plied. And then she' added "I only ID.M.. 0| BAGGETT.I I primary of May 15th.
Don member of this
suit of the methods which robbed'him ships -are building to meet new demands are. given. Gay has the following looks at the old man, and I thinks to Carlos, was a I JOHN A. MERRITTI
and yet with almost allusion: ; troop. When he reached Bayonne, candidate member of the I
of an election in 1896, Wm. J. Bryan, every myself, Tou poor, dear gentleman, am a
,
voyage the, liners leave behind them Good housewives all the winter's rage de how '" General Harispe said to him: House of Representatives from Eso I hereby announce my candidacy f'lr>
in the are enjoying yourself? -
now stronger
you
confidence of the
waiting cargoes for ,which they have spise.Defended. '"Geaefral Elio, I have been order- cambia county, subject to the Democratic I re-election to the office of county commissioner !
people than ever, will ""be. nominated no space, whose bulk is measured by by the riding hood's disguiseOr New York Times. ed to make exception in favor. Primary. I. earnestly solicit I I from District No. 2, subj*' ':
and elected to the hundreds of car loads. In the first underneath th' umbrella's oily shade i your ,
presidency in 1908 the support of the voters of the coun to the action of the Democratic p\
Safe through the Vet on clinking pattens The Prisoners Ask of what desire. "
Friend. .. me you
half of last ten ship fillet
But however that be year were tread. ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. : mary.
may we are
Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth of the What uld like for yourself'and
with freights eft behind by steamersout Let Persian dames th':umbrella's ribs display w you I W. J. SENNOTT
glad: now that so eminent authority of Seattle and Tacoma. Volunteers of America, who recently _your,family?" To the 'Democratic Voters of Escam-
on the campaign practices of 1896 To guard their beauties from the announced her Indefinite retirement "
sunny 'Bte d'and shoes for my soldiers, bia County: For_ County Commissioner Dist No 2,
as the' Wall Street News has at last Marrying For Money. ray from the lecture platform, has broken I said Elio. At the request of many friends -I hereby announce my candid

had the honesty to confess "t its sins and Take care of the girl and her dollars Or sweating load : slaves support the shady down as a result of overwork in,the I "And family?" from the country and from the city I for county commissioner from Distr:' .

: express regret at Its participation in will take care of you. When eastern monarchs show their state cause to which she has devoted her'' life' your told hereby announce my candidacy for No.3, subject to the action of I ne
An idle heart is fortune-hunters abroad. since she was sixteen years old. During "I have just you. Representative in the legislature at Democratic primary of May 15
the political. debauchery of which the :, workshop. Britain In winter only knows.its' aid recent years Mrs. Booth has'given 'Y ou spoke only of your sol the; session 1907, subject to the actionof A. C. BLOUNT, JR.

leaders'on the republican side,of that : Faint heart ne'er won rich lady. To guard from chilly showra the walking much effort to the reclamation of con- diers,"! iUted'General Harispe. the Democratic primary, May 15th,

campaign were guilty.'I Love doesn't,payr the bills. maid.-"Trlv1a..1om. We. 1.11 209-18. victs and in this '.:work has been remarkably "My soldiers," said Elio, "are my 1906, and I earnestly solicit the support I hereby announce ray candidacyfOr

I I A: niche husband.is a good slave, successful.In family." of the' Democracy of Escambia : County Cor..... 810ne: from !>.>
but a' poor master. For many years the carrying of anumbrella 1896 she organized the Vohinteer county.I #I trict No.3, subject to the action f

Inexpensive Cupid daebn't know a dollar mark. was regarded as effemi Prisoners' league among convicts perv- favor liberal and'their pensions widows.,for Confederate the Democratic Primary of May 1,

when he sees one. nate. In the Draper's Dictionary it lug time in the:various penal institu- soldiers W. A. SHELBY
school terms giving the
Yet Profitable. The Journal Printed Uniform ,
'
'Family jars are frequently gold
'
; is stated that when tions of the
men began to country. Members receive
lined. ... country public schools the same For'County Commissioner Oist No 4.
Why do you "depend on," a sign (A gilt edge may be sharp enough to carry umbrellas_ .they iwere hooted a league button and agree to a ..few During April 1906, length term as the city schools.A thereby announce-myself a can ,
over your oooY, or in ;your window? cut the heart out. and jeered at as :"Frenchmen.- uniform school book law, and date for re-ejection .as county c'''i.'

'try a. classified ad., too. Money will ''buy a house, but not a Notes and Queries. a Total of free books for the pupils of all public missioner from District No. 4, >>i"I'i
home. schools.An lect to the action of the emocra'! ,
Sollt' I. efficient law for the equalization! Primary of May .
Advanced kward. '
15.J.
:Why' do you shun real publicity. -The Bohemian for !May. 149,500COPIES of taxes. A. WIGGINS.
The expression "advanced back- ., : 'v .
iFaiHng to use the "wants" sometimes '.t Good roads specially.

amounts to that. John, Mitchell's Greatest Triumph."At ward" gamed 'great Currency just .:,." .- ______ ,e- x";- j"Q' Yours respectfully, I hereby announce myself as a ,':11'
'the present time it is estimated after the rencounter on the floor of ,. -- M. JACOBY.For didate for county commissioner fr ,

that there are considerably more the United' Sfales senate between \ '- or an Average of Justice Peace District No. 2. District No. 4, subject to the aC!!I),. v

Why be content with a possibility of than 100.000 Slavs in Western Pennsylvania Senator Henry S. ,Foote. of Missis- $ p .. J the \DemocratIc Primary May 1"
It-when want .. i I: hereby announce myself as a H. C. CLOPTU.N
it '
telling a changes writes ,F. B. Warren in i.cb. \ +_ ;
and Senator Thomas H.
Ben-
sippi p \ 5,980 candidate..for the office of Justice of .
to a probability-usually to a cer Technical World MagazIne. _
.a 'Thasef make 'up the great majorityof ton of Missouri.In that famous t ; the Peace, District No. 2 subject to The frientfg! of W. P. Brown > =

tainty. ,the :,,:workers of the anthracite re verbal duel, which almost culminated DAILYThe the action of the Democratic. pri., hereby announce ,him as a cann!: ,"
May 15th and would respectable for the nfflpo of County Comm ,., r,
gion.. And, from the standpoint of in a bloody tragedy, ''one of the .\ mary.. .. ., ,,. ..
Why "fret" about Incompetent or '\ 1.'X ,': lUUS.11. afln.1., n.U&'" ...nnnn.....l"v.+.. u&.f. n...e' ."hr.........r.- erfrom Dlstri.ct lio.-isubJe-;; ; 1 II
union labor. It: is, perhaps, th.9 great '
show The Pen
senators-perhaps Footethough following figures
'
citizens 'Pen-
vote of, the good of action of the Democratic Prima
Ill-chosen-clerks or help? A. want, est triumph of John Mitchell's life ; f :
this is a matter of recollectionbore F sacola' Journal's circulation for cacn sacola and .Escambia county. May 15th 1906.
ed. brings "the right sort" of tolJas.1 that he has been able to' organize down on Benton.when the latter day during' the month of April, 190Cwith" Very, respectfully,
such an Ignorant horde into union
a
the average number of copies J. L. BELL. For Commissioner Oist No '>
drew his old Allen 'J County
.- which' presents'almost a united front pistol, an ,
Why wait for your friend's friend to tn the. coal-owing railroads. To the called 'in"those daily: I hereby announce my Candida '"'
commonly L
days a
I April 1, 6,200 April 16, ..... I hereby announce my candidacyfor
and look at house week after re-election to the office of county Iff
ccme student of social conditions
you ths figures
,
box and sometimes a ... 17, 5,900
pepper ) wasp April 2, April the office of Justice' of the Peace ,
in missioner from District No 5, :0''u '
next? You can sell it with a this connection are Interes! '
nest. Foote'stopped, and afterwardin I April 3, 5,850 April 18, 5,900Ap' for the Second District of Escambla '
ing. Before ,the strike of 1900, less to the action of the Democrat" r
want ad. than 15 per cent of all the men and detailing the occurrence he said ; iI ,4, 5,900 April 19, 5,900 County, subject to the Democratic mary of May 15.
; i April 5, 5,950 April 20, 5,900 Primary to be held May 15th, 1906.
boys employed at the coal mines be- that when "Mr. Benton pulled his J. R. STBV/Au:: >
6, 5,950 April' 21, 5,900 R. L. NICHELSEN.
Why keep the "don't need ,things"&nd I long'to the Mine-Workers' Union. But pepper box I advanced ba kward." $ April Aprir 7, 6,000 April 22, 6,250 -

worry about the "can't get! than when 85 Mitchell cent issued of the his call' more Montague refers in his, works to 7 April 8, 6,600 April 23, .'. I hereby anounce myself candi _Board Public Instruction

things }} want ad. negotiates, a I laid down per their tools. total Thirty number days "rowers who adv backward." April 9, ... April 24, 5,800 date for the office of 'Justice of the I hereby announce myself a 1

I trade. before.the great strike of 1902 the [3s. UAUD BAIXTHGTOS BOOT April '10, 5,900 'April 25, 5,900 Peace for District No. 2, subject to date for member of the schoo;.
union leaders could count but 65 percent An Agile Marshal.l : April' '11,, 5,900 April 26, 5,900 the action of the Democratic Primary from District No. 3, subject to ". .>.
of the workers in their ranks. The' whimsical Suvarouv one of simple rules, religious and otherwise. April 12, 5,900 Aprit 27, 5,900 May 15th; tion of the Democratic prim I
: iWhy be more reckless of time than In return :Mrs. Booth aids the families ",
28 15.
April 13, 5,850 April 5,900 J. D. GOSS.I May
,
the i
When fight came 5"per cent went the Catherine's favorites
,
t money? To postpone advertising is out at th.9 drop of the hat, and stay- Empress of the prisoners. April '14, 5,900 April 29, -6,200 i W. B. HUBBI ;{

to be reckless of both. ed out until the final award was paid. on receiving the,marshal's baton ordered When the convict's! time expires be Is April .15,: 6,250 April 30, .... am .a candidate"for'Justice\ of the .
.(Within twelve months of the settlement a "Te Deuin and commanded an outcast and he finds it difficult! to Total for the month. ..- 149,500 peace In' the Democratic primary to will be a candidate for m:i "0'

Why "half-advertise" it? A want of the strike of 1902 nearly 75,. a number 4! .chairs to be ,placed secure employment To overcome this be held May :15th, 1906. District No ship in the Board of Public ifl'Th'

: *d. will fully advertise it. 000 members of the MineWorkers'UnIon in the center of the church, one for Mrs. Booth established Hope balls in Average per day. .. 5980 2. Escambia! County, Florida. Any tion from District No. 1, in to. ."

allowed. their! membership to each officer his senior. 'He'appeared various parts of the country, and .in assistance 'will .be apreciated from mary .election.WM.
I''hereby certify that the above the Democratic voters. R ANDER:;
lapse 'by non-payment of dues. But those the men are taken care of until -,
'Why hold! on to a misfit job. A they .can practically all be dependedupon in the sacred/'edifice arrayed in work can be found for them. The, *employer :, statement is correct according to the I GEO. 'L SLOCUMB. .

'want ad. can find one for you that to ,follow the command of1 the his pajamas or something less than in every case is told of the. tecords :on file .in this pffice. For Tax Collector.I I will be a candidate for 111'r..

jwill "fit like a glove." union. .leaders in an emergency. Selfish their equivalent and, proceeded to man's career, and Mrs. Booth vouches ship in the Board of Public In:'. -' .

self-interest nothing else- vault over ,these'fifes" of chairs, faking for his honesty. It is said that her con hereuy, announce myself a candl tion! from District No. 2, in tU .
has 'taught them that a successful 'each in its due It date for re-election to, the office of mary election.
cesAion.- fldence has
8u rarely been misplaced -
Why not try "want ad. salesman- strike means larger wages and shorter : ; Tax Collector: for _Esc mba county H. G. DeSHX-\
-
not until conclusion of this Through these halls have circulation,
was Hope
fchip"'with horse and carriage? of work In that the passes tgr.
that hours way. If in at the' primary to be'held on May. 15 ..
no other- these Huns and Slavs are performance that be donned the nearly 4.000 ex- nvictB. and it is said- 1906. I i ncil'your: wte. I. will be a candidate for w '

slowly-very slowly-being' *ducate< new uniform and'd !ired the horror that 70, per cent have become hnet..: Sworn' to and subscribed before me ,Respectfully ship:in'the Board of Public Insti j<" -:

I Why not get a better' clerk if the up to :American standards of living stricken clergy ,to proceed with the law abiding._citizens.! this 24 day of May, 1906. 3.: S. ROBERTS.At from District No.3, in the p11 .;?
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present: one don't "maka good? and of labor. And tha 'public-the office. ,. -.... ,, PERRY,. DICKEN, ,. election..
l JSVant-advertise for one. great',patient .u.bUc'S'S the bills. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE:1326.;: -.Jo; 't\ WY. Public. the solicitatIon I ft eft-: 'L' W.MAGEnN.;

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electors form of'the and various may arrangement become candidates familiar of'the as they with"names will the Bureau Washington of Equipment D. C., Navy May 4.-The Depart- I A Shape m : ; ::

appear on the official ballot to 'be vot-- ment, has received reports from the

ed'in the primary to be held May 15th naval wireless station at Point ,
The Journal has prepared an unofficial Argueljo California, saying that the ruv "
ballot which,wiil.be found below.In ;

S candidate signifying lh&voter jour should choice remember for any Coherer Morse tape instrument, has worked, recording with on messages the m UI We are sole : j jthis I I

that a 'cross mark must he made be- from Farallones a distance of :

fore the 'candidate'sname, or on the 220 nautical miles. This report is especially H mag : r,
side; If the is madeon
left hand cross
the that
gratifying to navy in
the right, hand side the vote will good i
not ccunffor" the office in',which this the device was" calculated! to work at every t :

Is made. ; a distance of only 50 miles. .
f1'W error. > and stylish. ;
Ajiy'marks appearing on the ballot :A letter of commendation has been J .
other than the cross) for identification
( sent by Secretary Bonaparte to Ernest rustproof
mutilation will invalidate ; :
or
Fleming, a gunners mate of the m "
same, and the inspectors of election
Pampanga for his coolness and
i will not count the-ballot. bravery during th,9 attack at Mount m If they rust, ;

The ballot as prepared is as follows: Dajo in March. Most of Fleming's ;
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Unofficial Ballot.- firing was done with a Colt's gun JU new Pair.
Democratic Primary Election held and several times at critical moments A1 ,

W May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark the gun Jammed but he displayed UI :
coolness and bravery in get m I
before the name' of the candidate of
ting his in order white
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under(Immediately fire. ufter the receipt at the I WATSON | !t
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For Representative
:. Congress. ravjDepartment of a cablegramfrom : ,
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: > } (Vote for one) Commander Hosely, commanding
..';' ,, -:: 1 th.9 fleet towing the dry dock fj 1
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:.. ---- ,'-:- .:., ,:' WILMA1M: B..'LAMAR.JEFFERSON. Dewey to the Philippines stating that WWvV"f; .

4.SLG OK FOR.!HIS.:TRAD>r3tARK_ Olf EVERY"BOTTLH.1 .: ,, r D.. STEPHENS.For he[ieaving was two the days canal.ahead Mr.of Newb'errl.the time in, JH 33 and 35 |

Justice of Supreme Court acting Secretary of the Navy 1 ,
Duff (Vote for two) tent a cable to Commander Hi sely
& RureMi1trWhikeyTHE extending the congratulations of the
THOMAS A: CLARKE navy i department upon his successful :
CHARLES B. PIARKHILL.! accomplishment in passing throughthe "
J. B. WfflTFIELiD. Suez canal. No More Time ;
LEWIS BEAR CCOMPANY, Distributers.BEULAH -., Officers ,of the navy are warm in

For Railroad Commissioner. their praise of commander Hos ly's In the bartiershop : :
!'I (Vote for two) '- achievement in his towing expeditionand lete Safety Razor. : '
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been very sick, but is now convales "" __ believe'he will to able to over :
show one.
you ;
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lLOWJl come all difficulties bs may encounter
cent.Thos. 'I THOMAS J. APPLEYARD.E. '
LONG
Barrineau-and family of near II B. BAILiEY. between Port Said and the Philip Ooe's ;f :
Olive were the guests of James Snow; R. HUDSON BURR. pines. Commander Hoeley'sdis-

den and family last Sunday. '; N. A. BLITCH. patch contained the mere fact that Phone 233. : ;
to The Journal. Little Miss Delia Snowden has gone I he had passed the canal, but said :
Special
to spend a few weeks at her Uncle Special to The Journal. For State (Senator. nothing ay{ to how he accomplished :
Beulah May 4.-The excessive dry Thos.: Barrineau's, the from Ismaillia.
I Hollow 'May: 4.-Mrs. John (Vote for one) quickv'trip' !
weather is (beginning to show its ef Mr. Wilder our mail carrier in Long
feet here on,the crops and on the temper formed me that he had handled 3.2S7 I Westmark who has (been spending JOHN s. ,B T ARP. V J :: ;
'of some of the grangers who are pieces of mail for the month of April} some time with her son at Dplive, ',I>- i A good 8 day Parlor Clock_ f
predicting all sorts of disaster if it as agaInst'an' average'of about 900( -Ala., has returned home; to the de- < A good 8-day Parlor Clock, f i
CAUSE
don't rain soon. We are promised a pieces per 'month for the first year he ligh ' l\Ir'and.Jlrs P. Oj Hinote, of Galt (Vote, for'two) : '
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seed time and harvest and I have noticed Repairing at reasonable
carried the mail. Be had that i
year and M. 6. VE1IT. You Cannot Cure Dandruff WithoutDestroying
that the promise has always been three daily papers, now he has 65; City, -were callers here Saturday CHAS. M.MOOSTON. the Cause of It. J. F. DAVIS, !
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fulfilled. It may not be just as we,expected dailies; the first year twelve weekly Sunday. ;
JACOBt. Many people wash their scalpsSaturday
Mr. Irs. D. II. Kierce attendedthe M.
it to pan out but it come just and
papers now he has abbut .90. weekly '
to to
try
Sunday
J. E. LONG. night or
Holts Sunday
'Sunday meeting
'was fifth at
to
the same and enough raised
'All of which to show
papers. goes the week,
keep the dandruff down for
GEO. T. MORGAN;
They
live on and some to on to a less returning home Monday.
pass that the people appreciate and make NEW
has ,
but on :Monday, night the scalp
JERRY J. SULLIVAN JkFor
fortunate neighbor and ihen the promise report\ a pleasant trip. ,
of
the F; D.
good use R. route. Ba- r > begun .t to, itch, a.nd'.;Tuesday! morningwill
Mr. Westmark and faihilywho
was fulfilled in his case in a way ,
sides it educating the people as wel County Treasurer find a good (supply of danatuff'
have been livirr here tor the last few
not fgrseen in the beginning. I as being a convenience to them for (Vote for one) when the hair is brushed. There is PHONE 1I86 E.
Fire in the woods was the cause ol no family can take a ''good paper like months; have' \moved to town. Weregret but one'"real"scientific way of

our not having Sunday school last The Journal for a year,and not be ben. very much having to give them JOHN. WELSH.J. curing dandruff; and that is to W VVWvVvV/W """" \*
Sunday. The people had"to at up. fllr. and :Mrs. Hinote will occupy
stay efitted many times more than the price E WILLiAm kill the germ that causes it, and
home to watch their fences or help of the subscription'! ,in more ways than their-house. THOS. F. WRIGHTON. falling hair, and finally baldness.
fame neighbor whose" fences were al one. Little Miss Maggie Chandler, who There IS only one preparation that ,
ready in danger. It is so dry that i HIs has been visiting friend "'here during For'Tai Collector,, will destroy the germ and that is FLY ;:!
not safe for all to leave home even the last Reek, returned home Sunday.Mr. (Vote for one) Newbro's Herplcide.' 'It is an entirely .
for. a short time. ,Given up to Die. Bryant visited his family at 4 new 'discovery and the only

Geo. Davis, who has charge of the B. Spiegel 1204 'N. Virginia St.. Roberts last Sunday; 'Q4. McK. OERTING.J. hair preparation that is based on-the
county convict camp/ made a short Evansville, Jnd.. writes: "For over; 'Master' 'Manic Hinote, of Canton. S. ROBERTS. new scientific principle. In addition Phone 11.

visit home last week, returning to his five years.I wag troubled with kidney ment, is visiting relatives here. Herpic!. 'e is'a. very refreshing hairdressing ......A.............+..+..A.......+.. ,
duties at the camp last Wednesday and 'bladder affections which caused For Tax Assessor. for regular toilett use. For I
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evening. me much pain and' worry, I lost ;land Carpenter Aprons Free. (Vote for one) sale by W. A. O'Alemberte druggistand r.uvi ..<(.u to nurses. ;t.
Crockett Wilson who has been em: was all run down-and a year ago The Rhodes-FutchOollins Furniture W. W. RICHARD3.For .aifrthecary, 121 South Palafox One of the many reasons why the :
ployed at the county convict camp, had to abandon work entirely. I had street or send 10c in stamps for sam-
New York
Co., with Its usual enterprise now Members Board of Public Instruction average man or woman
had to come home on account of sickness three -of the best physicians who did ple to The Herplcide; Co., Detroit,
out with admiration for
comes the annourice.mentthat has such an intense
contracted at the camp. me no good and I.waa$ practically giv Mich. '
John Wilson and wife have returned en up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure' they will give away absolutely (Vote for one in each district) the members of the fire department -.

from Baldwin county, after a short was recommended the first bottle free one carpenter's apron to every is because of the, great affection the
carpenter who .calls at their store on District No. 1.
visit with relatives and friends andre gave me great relief 'and after taking E. Garden street. The WM. E. ANDERSON. men have for the animals that work HONEY4lathe
aprons are not
now gone to visit Mr. Wilson's the second bottle :.1 was entirely cur cheap, trashy stuff, but good.and sub n.i-nouict; t ; e 11 1\.T,,. 2. 'I'll 1 with them. A pointed illustrationof
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brother William, of near Mollno. ed. For ,sale by \V A. D'Alemberte. stantial aprons with nail pockets anda H. G. DeSILVADistrict '. one phase of the firemen's love : ,
Henry Barrineau and wife,of Quin
rule pocket They are well made No. 3. for their horses may be seen any .
tette the of James Snow-
were guests
and of good material. Mechanics who W. M. AGBRTON. #
last BUSINEES PEOPLE OF.PENSACOLA. day when the snow on the city's 1 :
den Sunday, rtournin's\ to their :
jieed such-things should avail themselves W. B. HUBBAKD.For !
home the first of the week, acconv ORGANIZE streets makes the going heavy. "
of this offer and supply them ,
panied by' Mrs. Elizabeth Barrineau, selves with one of these useful art' Supervisor of Registration.Vote Whenever a fire apparatus on its -
who has been assisting in the care The business people have associated to *
ties. ( for one) way home from responding an
of Eugene-finowden, who recently has their credit interests and establish -
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ed a Central Credit Office, styled "The alarm comes to anything approaching Conib.sZlbslor tj ;

B. M. M.P, Assn.," wherein the credit A. M. LeFRANCAIS, ._ W. .M', SCOTT.._ '. -_ an up grade to a man they tum- .

standing of everybody and all con VETERINARY SURGEON, For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 1. ble off the hose carriage ,or Hook and j ('
cerns are recorded PHONE 497. (Vote for one) ,. ladder truck and run alongside of : :',
The honest"are rewarded by a good
B.' ROBERTS. the apparatus just to lighten the
"The Best is What We Sell"I credit record 'by all subscribers and J. "
: F. ZEEK. horses' load much-New York
C. so
the wilful debtors will be known bj
I *fat t wz $ 'SS$$ e3
their bad record and bills filed. .* ''For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2. Press. .
I All honestly inclined debtors will itPIANOS AND ). "i j-
ORGANS. % (Vote for one A Giant Gorilla. ',i
be afforded an opportunity to settle CASH <' "
# OR EASY
ADe1iciousLuncheon I their bills and payments will be fixed # All Piano Work, Guaranteed.TERMS. -* -JNO., A. MERRITT. Readers of the late Paul du Chail-

I I to come within their means. Wilful # CLUTTER A. RUSHING, *I II WM. J. SENNOTT.: lu's travels still recall with many a cents.U!
'I' debtors will be, refused credit !by all: I # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT-ST.-I. Verily theWedding thrill his vivid descriptions of encounters : 25 'j

I business :people! ,' .to PHONE 476. 3 For County Commissioner Dist No. 3. with the gorilla in its native -
| Patronize the business{ people whc, )
# (Vote\for one .
I II forests. But none of the mon '
have the associate sign for they compliment i6 i ## #$****** Gift
I you with $ good credit standing JAS. M. ANDREWS.A. sters seen by him could be comparedwith
that will; help you in case of lost C. BLOUNT. JR. a gorilla recently shot on the I

I employment or 'adversity: Business W. A. SHELBY.For de Resistance shores of the river Sangha, in This is some of the ,
I people not subscribers. return you nc County Commissioner Dist. No. 4. French Kongo which measured no

II I I iI compliment, who for your honesty.All fl (Vote, for. one. -,).' less than seven feet six and three- finest, clearest honey r.
( are
honest should aid the LODGEBANQUETS .
selected from
: can be served by business community in. this undertak W. P. BRONSON.H. IJ A dinner service. quarter inches in height. The sub-

[ ing. C. CLOPTON.JNO.AI one of our exclusive open-stock stantial accuracy: ,of ,this measurement we have ever seen.'

i buying our cold boil. The honest are 'proud of a good :, WIGGINS. would, certainly be the seems to be established by I
credit standing, hence.beware'of: anyone patterns that hare been sent to It will be delicious ;
F ,C; unt7, Commissioner Dist. No. 5. feature-the showpiece photographs .

ed ham. It is the best -look who up may their condemn-credit" standing the association, likely '(Yote r for onej '. principal-:in the display- of gifts to the the Europe.:French Professor anthropologist E; T,, Hamy thinks, I served with your :;i iI


'I of hams: well boiled it The is bad.merber1of- the abqve- association : We will take entire ciarge- JAS. STEWARD.. bride that this specimen indicates a new I I breakfast biscuit

I met last.night in" the Chamberof of lodge "banquets, sup .For Justice of Peace District No. 2,. wish to do something race if not anew species of gorilla. .
If
taken
with the bone CJ f I
Commerce and organized The Pen pers etc., at a reasonable (Vote for one) you II I
I tc'I' rats-you give u the handsome for her,the suggestion
sacola Business 3f eji's ;Association I $ or- ,JL. BELL Tschaikowsky on Wagner.As II
out and the skin and work in harmony with the State Asso I 'der'We I
I j. D. GOSS: cannot be improved upon.q [ a matfer of fact; throughoutthe I Ii Iz
ciation. Thefollowing officers were R. L.. NICHELBEN.: whole duration of the festival' i
I i fat taken off. elected: President.. W% "L. llbyer; Do the Rest.; GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For } The designs we control for this chief in-
First Vice-President.. Tames McHugh; section of the'country are the choicest at Baireuth food forms the
Second Vlce-Pi'dident-. J. H, Justice of Peace District No. 5. the grand things produced by terest of the public,, The artistic "'

We Slice it 0 Mock; Secretary' R.;T' Downs-; Treasurer of Purest foods best and and;inaterials freshest. (Vote for one) die amori best| makers, here and abroad. representations take A secondary Sol Cahn & CO.
n
John 'JJassey.
DC ; usedKandy place. Cutlets, baked potatoes, omelets -
j. M. HARRISON. in'and around the placeit's
for. q J Come roam are discussed .much more eagerly -
I I Removal! Notice.lagmo"ed a .For Justice of Peace. District No.7.Vote alive withgift suggestions. than Wagner's music.. After The Pure Food Store. ,
Mrs. Jfannie loveless: ) tc!I "
( for one) the last notes of the "Gotterdammerung" -
319' W. Gadsd'en! ; where $ie will be i i .{
pleased .topeevaHthoseInterested; in iI I 'HANKS. ." I felt i though I had been Southwest Corner Palates and lntend qti!. ; ;

makln- J AS. E. .. let out of prison. The ibelungen" -
fine dress ; : f
RIKARD.
S. '
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r-- b6 actually magnificent Phones \ .
; may ; t 460
ROSENAU & GERElDS.I Baptizing at',Milton. 'ollowing' this will of
for members \
There will;,00; 'baptizing! Sunday al from each precinct PENSACOLA
104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 endlessly and
I The Fancy Grocers, the M. F. Pilgrim;church in Milton. the executive committee. never was anything
[ : d wearisomely t..from Letters r
Phone 391. Pensacola. J ... _.'_ spun .t0"
TRY BOWS CREAM PHONE 1326, TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. of Tsehailco -... I

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"An Ounce of Pi-.evention'ls Worth a Pound of Cure." ,I REAL ESTATE MARKET
room house and store, No. 700 E.

LEASE ,Wright St. ', .... H ... .. ..$1300 .
Beautiful corner lot. corner Zar-
ragossa and Florida Blanca Sas $850 SPECIAL OFFERINGS
6 room 'cottage one, block from Lee Lot 77x170 'close in W. Intenden
All of Block 115 West-
Perfect TitleGuaranteed ri Square, bath gas, elect Ughjts\ every .cia... .. .. .... .. .. .. '..$6500 ...OF...
.J thing modern. Possession' given ,King tracU._ .--,_$800 6 10ts'corner Jackson and 16th avenue

.! June 1stLESLIE S ... ... .... .. ... .. ... .$2000
Several nice building lots in i 12 room 2 story residence near Confederate HOOTONWATSO.N. ,

E. BROOKSPhone block 78 north side LaRua monument all conveniences -

: .. .. .. .. .... .. ..$3150'Elegant
: ; 462 Fisher Building street, between 13th and home, large lot 'on East Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

; 14th avenues, ..- .. :..;. .j- .. ," -$5500 -
'? ,: : /- 6 room cottage, East Jackson $12,500.00 store (buildings and dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near

Three words only, but of the greatest importance to the HELP WANTED Lots on East Hill and West street ,._ .. ?. .. ". .. ,. .$1500 Union Depot. A fine.investment.
person buying real estate. Very few realize how many 4 roomi. :cottage. (E. LaRua, bargain $2,500.0QOne of the prettiestblocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
clouded titles exist in thIs. as well as other cities. A Hill sell for $50 and up on .. ... ... '. . .$1050 each 40x137% feet. \
good title is the first consideration with us in the disposal WANTED' good nur.sA.pp1y' 'to easy payments. 2 cottages Fisherville and 3 lots $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This. is offeredfor

of a piece of property., Remember' when you buy 319 W. Belmont:, 5may2t for all ?. .... . ., .$1700 short time oflly.

property through this agency it is WAITED-Two capable men for life If )'ou' want to borrow money. on $6.300.0G-Large 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.!

insurance! work. Salary and com real estate security, we can let you 2500.006 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.

Clear Title or No Trade. mssion.: Good opening for.right men., have it at 7 and 8 per
I Apply to Lewis Van"Winkle, manager', List ,your property with us for sale. in excellent location on DeVilliers' SL
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American Life Insurance Co.; Brosna- McDavid-Hyer Company, $5,000.00-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.

ham Building. 5may L S BROWN & CO. Barcelona St
Agents New York .
Pensacola Investment Company WANTED-First class dlnitfg room Life Insurance Company. "We' Sell Lots." Thiesen Building. PHONE 54 ,NO. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."
boy. Apply at once 18 W. Jackson
St. 4may S E. Government Street
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. ... ,
Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. S
WANTED-"Destruction of San Ftai FOR RENT .
W. H. KNOWLES, President R.,B. SIMPSON, Secret&ry. =::

J.L STILLHAN, V..Pres. ani Gen. M&nagar.Rael KNOWLES BYE, Treasurer. cisco"-Best Book. Large profits. Act 'FOR" RENT---We will move to corner I _
quick. Sample Free. Globe Company
Estate, Loans, General Investments. 723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. .. Wanted -DeLuna and Government Sts. in a few,
days and our presentoffice will then
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215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. 3may3t WANTED smart young lady or be for rent. McDavid-Hyer Co. A Home Savings I

_ WANTED-Woman to do genral house young man stenographer who has Smay.
work. Apply 227 E. Intendencia St. experience and good educaton.: Salary
3may4t $10 per week; 'give name of last FOR RENT-Seven room house on, OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE .

employer. J. J. McCaskill Co., Free- North Hill for $25.00 per month until -.i I AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNE&S
Nov. 15th. All modern
W\A.il'i'I'ED----Agents\ for 'took on San port Fla. 5mayl2t convent AND DEATH.

I IF YOU BUY THIS'pIece mand.Francisco Everybody Distaster'buys.Tremendous Big :book-de- WANTED-Young man 19 years desires 3may.ences. Fisher Real' Estate Agency.

position in Pensacola as collector I
500 pages. Hundreds of photographs American Life Insurance
-stories by survivors. Fifty per cent. solicitor or salesman. Has had FOR SA.LE-ne grocer's refrlgera-I';I' Company

of property we believe you will make I a good profit on ,your Premuium extra. Credit Outfit experience and can give reference. Ad- tor capacity 200 Ibs. .
given.
investment in a very short time. We have 10 lots on North Palafox free. Write today. Drop everythingand dress fc.. care Journal 2t D., J. Cunningham Romana and Railroad .I I is the only straight life.'legal reEerve company organized in Florida.

that we can.sell for $2250.00. These lots 'are right in line of the best make $500 next 30 days. Stand- WANTED-Second hand furniture I Sts. 2may
HOME FFICETAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
residence district of this city and should even now bring more money ard Co., 825 Dearborn St.:, Chicago. bought and sold. Ring phone 754

ImayUw! or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. FOR RENT-7 room house on North I I ISSUES: ENDOWMENT AND,: LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

A HOME SITE OHara. 2may ,Hill, modern improvement. Block
WANTED-First class circular saw from car line.' Address P. 0. Box 354 Pensacola Offices Brosnaham Building :

sawyer. Write or apply' to J. T. SURETY ON BON1DS-The American City. 2maylw* _liI _
'on the Northeast corner of 12th' avenue and 15th street only two Windham/Supt, Millview, Fla. Surety Company, of New York is
blocks from the care line is one of the prettiest building lots in Imaylw. prepared to execute at this city with. FOR RENT-Two very desirable <

the city. The neighborhood he'i "'"eonpnt. and this section of out delay Bouds and Undertakings required stores on first floor of Manhattan Board and Rooms. For Sale-

the city Is:,very healthy. We. offer this jot-137H feet front on 12th W A.N'T'El-.Asents wanted. San Francisco in the courts, and for the performance hotel, Corner ,Garden and Baylen. $ -.-'. r _n _n "'- .

Ye... by 200 .feet deep. on 15th/-!. :.'.. iA ojuxj)) lor $1500.00.THE Earthquake Disaster; Thous-I of contracts.'Wm. D. Howe, Just completed and arranged in' first FOR ALOne; good work dr
ands killed and injured. : attorney 14% E. Government St. class 'shape. -For terms particulars, LARGE, AIRY, COOL and comfortable, or v-
$500,000,000
: 2maylm. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr: rooms for rent during summer atl I ing horse in 'good condition. i-o-
T MAXENT TRACTproperty Worth of property destroyed. Full and Miss Taylor's 18 West Jackson St particulars apply to clerk at EscanKii

authentic story by survivors and eye MATTRESSES --S FOR RENT After May 1, furnished 4may. Rote! Saiav l\\*
isfor sale.Westof "C" witnesses. Largest and best book, best RENOVATEDNew "
: street. And FISHERVILLE do tick furnished if desired. Guaran. cottage "All Bay. Address Box
not overlook this pretty little village on the bay.. Nice people live illustrated 80 per cent profit to agents teed. Crapet taken 815, Pensacola.. 28apr FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo AUCTION SALE of cow and calf'Mem-
and
he/ ..ind.we ,have nice building'lots from $175.00 to 30000. It is Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits, if desired. Leave up orders mattinglaid at I Icated.. Best rooms in the city; cool, day at 9:30 a. m. A. F. William-,
free. Send
: very, cool and pleasant here ,In summer. 'postage. Address 4-t\\0 Cooper cent 'stamps& Co., 134 for Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar FOR RENT-Second story store. over Lindenstruth's clean 'beds. Apply 128% East Gov! auctioner. 5ma>J':*,
jewelry Suitablefor St. 4maylm
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. Lake Street Cihcago, III, Imaylw* ernment : FOR
\ WANTED-Youn-g country printer offices sleeping quarters or storage I E'ALE-Wagon with 3-inch tie:
MAKE BIB MONEY FAST rooms. Lee Daniell. 24apr On front. nearly new; will sell for cash
THE COLLECTION, OF:, RENTS A SPECIALTY selling wants a position in' newspaper or OLD MILL INN. bay Opens or on
the official story of "The Destruc. job office in Florida or Alabama. Has I June 1. Large, airy and delightful-1! time, or will trade for cow. G. E.

THE REAL ESTATE tion of San Francisco." Our authors, eight' years' experience and an all- FOR RENT-:-8-room, 2-, tory Cottage ly! cool. Good fishing, bathing and Bredt, cor. 9th ave and 12th St.

FISHER, AGENCY, Trumbull White and Richard Ltnthi- round good job printer. A perfect 318 W. Belmont" : Apply ,to Walker boating. First class table. On electric 5maylw

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE cum' guarantee authenticity. Nearly gentleman and absolutely sober; will Icgraham. S Apnl20 car line, 15 minutes ride from city.
87 500 large pages. Dozens of photo- start on moderate salary. Address, Regular (hoarders and transients. (FCR SALE' .A fine piece of water
. graphs. Retail $1.50. $10 to $20 per stating full particulars Arthur Win- A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill front property, 50 feet front on Vet
suitable for furniture other
rent
day easy if you act quick. Will out free White Castle. La. 12aprlw 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. or : Inn Pensacola Fla. 4may Bay Shore at the foot of Clubtos street,
sell any book ever published. Everybody I I goods, !. with a1 room house, front and back

DIRECTORYJoppa interested. Outfit free. Send WANTED.-All kinds 01 electrical Phone 630 30novWANTED. PLEASANT ROOM to rent with privi- gallery, has a nice wharf about 250

I lOc for postage today. Best ,terms to work. I sell all kinds of electrical .-Real Estate for sale or lege of light house keeping, 301 W. feet long, running out to deep water
r Special Bargains agents. Credit given. Freight paid. batteries and other electrical supplies. rent,.leas-a or exchange. Your business Chase. 8apr from the front gate. For a few days
Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Take orders while waiting' for outfit. When you need me ring 345 or 955: respectfully*'solicited. J. A. Wilson for only it will be offered at only $1500
NICELY
Joppa: Lodge. No.6, L 0. 0. F..f Monarch Book Company Philadelphia -E. W. Peake new Star Laundry build Real'Estate Agent, 22& W. Government North FURNISHED ROOM line location rent cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at
Hill
on car
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 For Few Days Only Pa. 26apr2w ing, E. Garden 15deje. street Room 7, Salisbury very desirable.! 'Apply 208 W.; Gadsden Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may
Garden
o'clock at Rafford Hall West \
building. Phone 172. 23jan
St. Visiting brethren are cordially. invited .' WANTED-First-class barber for colored WANTED-The public to know that street. 25april FINE BED ROOM SUIT for sale

Lot 40x240 W. Romana trade. Ring 1010- ring-or we can do all kinds of repairing FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, on ROOMS CHEAP-Furnished or Unfurnished cheap for cash if sold in a few day>.
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. 1 I call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. ,railroad. Address Box 712 City. suitable for light house. Call in or address E. B. Hoffman &

J. W. GINGLES, Sec. St, near Spring St. dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27fe5) 29aprlw. keeping. On the Hill, location high Son, 57 E. Gregory St. 2mayl
3ljan6m. I I L24 apri. '" S and healthy. Close to car line. Apply ,
with 5 house COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing to Loan. 314 E., Strong. Phones 1213. FOR SALE-One boat 17 ft.. 6 ft. (
room $3250 Money
_. I in beam; one trammel net 25 fathoms
WANTED-Men to learn,barber trade and Cleaning Club 212 DeVillers WsWJwuwnr .r.flflflWt ISaprlmWANTED ;
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. Splendid time to begin. Busy season St.,,Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. -. 6 ft. deep; two trap nets, 7 ft. deep
meets every Monday evening at 8 Lot 80x170 W. Romananear soon. Few weeks completes. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran MONEY TO LOAN-EverYbody borrows -A few regular boarders'. Boat and sail new; nets 13 months. $:M g
o'clock at their Castle HaU money from Jno. A. Hall & Also a few table boarders in private' 414 S. Alcaniz. '
temporary Top wages paid graduates. Positions teed. Careful attention given ladies' 3ma>3t
over Pou stable W. Intendencia St. DeVilliers St.$1000 II waiting. Best trade in the world for garments. Phone 1222. Stab Co., 16 E. Government street. Wheu family; good, location; convenient to :;I I
in need'call on us. Sfeblm car line use of bath and phone No.
brethren welcomed.
;Visiting, cordially poor man. Little capital starts busl.I FARM FOR SALE-SO acres locates
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. c. (' I ness. Investigate. Moler Barber College WANTED.-Hauling ana transfer 401 E. Gregory. 8aprlm at Cottage Hill on railroad; all !ence'l

H., HORSLER. K. of R. & S Leslie E. Brooks I New Orleans, La. 2Jtepr6t work. Office phone 363; residence MONEY LOANED on all short kinds of per- PLEASANT place to board on North in and with large house barns, outhouses

.- phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. foaal property on notice. Hill, on car line. Address No.8, etc. Creek runs through the
Meetings of the I WANTED good all-round printer Tarragona St 25mar. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. care Journal. 27mar land, and 4 or 5 springs are also on

Knights of Columbus Fisher Building. capable of doing first-class job printing Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb Old newspapers at five cents a bundle the land. Plenty shade trees and apple -

: are held at their hall, and experienced) in newspaperwork. WANTED.-The public to know that LOAN.-on at this office. They are all clean pecan, peach and plum trees.
TO
real
: No. 8 West Intenden. Must be absolutely sober; no MONEY estate or and nice. Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed
old can be
newspapers bought at
sufficient security
cia street, on every drinking man need apply. Cook other by ayplj. chickens, ducks hogs
&; this office:for five cents'a bundle. goats, pea
Monday evening at FOR SALE Theyare ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and
Hutchison Fla. fowls
Chipley. 7aprlm all clean and nice. pigeons, geese and turKfyb of
1:30 o'clock. An in. Ro ana. up stairs. 17nov-!:.
I
all kinds. Reasonfor i
is
selling that
TltaU List. of Property for Sale by D. Hale MiscellaneuosI
.to :vUiting Knights. a is extended Wilson & Co. WANTED-We want your orders for MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE I have no one to manage place. A great
:
WANTED I bargain either investment
One block on proposed street car 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 as an or
!
JOHN original security or on good collateral
'B. JONES. :Mattresses made to order; old ones t for party looking for a good farm on
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line .New City overlooking designs to select II
.Emf. FOX. Grand Knight. Bayou I .nu-wttumrtannMtuwrtj-L jar from. All at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, i. renovated. New ticks furnished I
Recorder. Texar andunder fence. ....$3000 WANTED prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco. Fisher building. 21Jaa which to make money. Everything
One half 'block on Lakeview position- as stenographer la. Second hand furniture bought and genuine and just as represented. No
avenue I6feb.WANTED. .
in settled neighborhood> and hard I by young lady with experience. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal sold. Upholstering and repairing done. fake. Write or call on W. H. !o'gan.:
on
Daughters P O. Box 244 Florala Ala. property on short notice. 114 E. Belmont St., city; phone 77L.
Rebekah. road, very cheap at.. '.. .. ..$1500 .-The MerChant. Transfer Box 453. Pensacola for further ;partic-
'Naomi Lodge No. .10, Daughters of One-half block (12 lots) and six new 29apr2w* Co.-wants your moving and baullnj. Terms easy. J. W. BillIard upstair Davis Mfg. Co.. C. T. Davis, Mgr. ulars. Slmar:

:Rebekah' meets every Monday nightat houses renting for $5.00 each with OLD: HATS MADE NEW-Panama- All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Taor 28%. South Palafox St., Phone 1144. :. S

8 o'clock.in I. O. O. F. hall. Visit. room for seven more houses. $3250 and Straw hats cleaned, pressedand sen' Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelsi. buoy EXCURSION-The launches Stella FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;

ing sisters cordially Invited to be present Two large .lots and a good three toloc&ed. Panama 50c' straw hats UNLIMITED amount or money to loan and Leclair will run excursions to one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.

room and hall house renting for $6.00 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. ANA.MA.S-Let: us 'clean your Panama on all kinds of personal property. the Life Saving Station. or other lumber the other thirty thousand ca

MRS. B. WITKOVSKI., per month; if sold at once.. ..$600)) Victor Louis, 100 E. Intendencia. ; '.and straws. Hats cleaned,block. Special rates to'business men on large points of interest, day or night on reasonable pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two
I
MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. One nice five roomed house in good 24 aprlm* ,' ed and rebanded by expert workman. leans. The New York Loan Co., 204 terms. Phones 659 and ::::0.: skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,

locality with 37 foot lot renting for I II Leave hats at Fredericksen Tailor South Palafox. j. c. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr 5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.

,M. E,$B. A. No. 81, meets first and $10.00 per month.. .... .. $1000 I SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Shop, 34 S. Palafox St !Special atten. TAILORING-B. 'L. Diamond Tailor. Chaffin & Co., Milton' Fla. 25m:rON

: third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. One-half an arpent and ten roomed I, -Highest price paid for' gents' tion to mail orders. HOTELS. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -

E., Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten. house in central part of the city,nice, clothing only. Sell second hand goods. Vu1J1flflr rtrtr' w-,,nj'Lr,nu,5 -w r m-- repaired on short notice. No. 11% car line SiX lots 100 ft. front
-
ftencla street. shade and fruit trees. .. ..$5500 I I Dress suits for rent, 9 E.' Intendencia. -- FERRELL HOTE'I.r--S'neads. Florida. West Government St-Pen acola, Fla. by 137, deep corners $700 inside

A. G.-FELL Pres.' Vacant lots in any part of the city LOST Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms Idee. lots $600. There are no better situations
{.L.& 6WEENEY. Sec. at prices that will take. Several In. WANTED.-A. R. Bingham _Wants S fltflfl muu-nWuflssflrmnmnwnn good beds table the best J. M. Fer- J. H. PORTER sallmaker, US Souih' than these lots A. V. Clubb

vestments that! will net: 10 per cent. your moving and hauling. He'pa1\ LOST-Gold filled watch and fob; Elgin rell Prop. 17apr Palafox street Orders taken for
t> on the money invested. antees all breakage. ,Fiona 630. JTJST RECETVED-Large snipment ct
works 15 jewels. Initials on HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day. tents awnings camp stools and house Oil. Retail
; 'pensacola Lodge No. 4, ]. O. 0. F. FOR RENT. imported Olive by pint.
fob J. C. P., number of case 6118382,i Special rate, by week.; Special! attention cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
Penaacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F. Ten roomed house centrally located NEW UPRIGHT PIANO exchange gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
number of
East Hill Address works 754860S. Rewardfor to traveling men. Free sample SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert & Co. ship chandlers and grocers, 7G1
inaeta every Thursflarveiling at 7:30 and unexcelled for for lot on P. ,
a boarding house return to Williams store Jacksonand room. :Mrs. J. P. .Mauldin, Prop. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail South Palafox. 4oct.
At: thej new hall on West Garden 0. Box 207. 30mar ship
on street car line, $35.00 month.
per DeVlllers St. 4maylw: 15apr chandlers and .
Visiting brethren grocers, only firstc1ashouse
Street. cordially '
UiTited.. E. GREENBLATT Five roomed house close in town WANTED-.All owners of poultry to HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the of kind In city fair prices to all. FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best situation
large yard and nice out buildings, sta. know that we are agents for'the cel. Lost --Rey ring with seven keys on; MILTON in the city for a tourist hotel
J. NEVILLE Secretary. American and European UPHOi&raUNG
: ble.. etc., $20.00 per month. Conkey's Poultry 'Remedies.Guaranteed finder will receive suitable rewardby year. plan. SHOPW41Ee -I
ebrated
: 130 feet fronting south by 172 feetdeep
If what Specjal summer rates. First-class in Mlms proprietor. Furniture -
4>-- you want is not listed here to
15
returning W. Government
to cure ,rupe, 'cholera Pleasant repairing of all kinds I on East; Government; street overlooking
respect. and
every convenient carpsts
call us up by phone 234 or call and 4 I
w. 0.'VV. to kill fleas lice and mites. may. Seville
'gape and Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop.. Pen laid furniture packed: for shipping square and Adam
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W.tJ.. W. see us at 30 S. Palafox i street Also their wonderful egg producer,F. sacola. Fla. ISapr Phone 63. Next to Tampa ndini I street with open view of Pensacola
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. LOST-Gold brooch either on electric 22ApriI bay $10,000 will buy the property.
:Wednesday; la each month. Visiting, D. Hate(1I50"n & Co. 18apr. car or Palafox street Studded i THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy room.*, lapr.
sovereigns, cordially invited. with opals. Reward for return to good beds. Free baths and sample I CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.

F. A. BOGIUCH, C. C. WANTED-To buy old ,gold and silver Wm. Johnson & Son's. Imaylw, room. $2 per day. Special attention s Floats built to ordsr. Horse shoeing NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those

LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. broken up stuff ragardleas of ,- to: traveling men. J. R.Brown Prop.. a specialty.' .J. G.' Welsh Carriage I wishing to make a successful run
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For
Farm Co. -
Tunentlne
or sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &Klein DeFuniak Springs Fla. 13marlm 27feb
LOST-A diamond locket, engraved should supply themselves with a 00"I
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Timber Lands, 106. E. Wright. Phone 1127. J.' S. P. Liberal reward for returnto CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY:::Op. CHIROPODIST E. $t. Clair I tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to

WANTED-Refrigerator; must be in[ 'Journal office. 29apr depot Large and well lighted Thomas, ,professional chiropodist prepare your stomach and liver
LARGE: OR SMALL QUANTITYCall good condition and cheap foe cash. rooms. Free sample room. Meals at Corns 'bunions, and Ingrowing nails I against all diseases. Pluto will do it.

$$700 pn or Address Capacity 150 to 200 ibs. A4dr. LockBox OLOST OR STRAYED small dark all hours.. Special attention: ,to traveling successfully treated. OflJce in opera For sale by all druggists and grocers,

594. City. %mart w. .brown heifer with tips or horns men. $2.00 per day. J. JL Tuggle house building, -Gove nment street en I, wholesale by Jas McHugh.
Buys a five room cottage, E. Gregory Turner & Aymard sawn off; not in very good order.l1bio Prop. 13marlm trance. Office hours 8 to 12 a. m;;1
FOR SALE.
near R- R. shops. Real Estate and Abstract Co. i WANTED.-Electric work of tit eral reward to any one giving ""infor 1 to 8 p. m. 24apr -Improved and unimprav-
CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl ed property in all parts of the city.
East$1200--For neat' five room cottage on P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla Let us clean your fans, 'resair your mation' as to its whereabouts. Last Prop. Special attention to SetterlSnd commercial REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip-, J. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents
HUl dynamo. da jour vlrin& etc.' .Paona seen 14 St. and 14 ave Address J. B. ley, making connections with mail
Free Room 7, Salisbury Phone
$1$00-For six room summer home Pensacola. Elecui T. 104% S. Palafox St. 86. travelers. sample-and bath building.
570. ; Co.. 205 S. or phone launch for points on, St. Andrews bay.
172.
line. rooms. Large rooms with good beds. 23jsaAUTOMOBILES.
on .Little Bayou. near car Baylen. 28apr Extra teams for traveling men. Good
FoundS $2 day. 13marlq '
per
FOR RENT.
horses, comfortable vehicles., Call on
:Cottage, 519 E. Gregory. .. ..$5.00 WANTED-Your ortersfor- 'tan r.. LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably BAY- jltTEL.-Open: sight and -day.European or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley,Fla. Pope Mfg.Co.and.-1 can am sell agent for auto tie

FOUND-Dark sorrel mustang mare, made clothing. We make : YQur from wagon package containingpair plan. Rooms Telephone No 74. 28apr you
light and ,
I _ from $500.00 up. They cost less than
R.YAEGERI. branded B. on left !hip. Owner may clothes fit Let us take trousers addressed H. Moog. "
C. your measure. PI| clean. Transient trade solicited. GOOD PASTDRB-Fbr a few l horses: horsesto keep n,. They can be rira
have 'same by applying to Sylvester Lamm & Co. ". ,. If found returned
Chicago, W. O., to Express office 575-579 S. Palafox. Jia. S. Nicolau ,
and cows. Address )r apply] to W. In sand or anywhere a hcrse can go.
: :No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. Campbell, Warrtnston. 4maylw 3Vells agentChlpleY"Fla. :Taprlm I and receive, reward. ISapr Prop. H. Kilbee "Brent, Fla, ISaprlw I Leslie E. Brooks.

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I i AUSLEY G COMPANY, i ii LAW THOS., REAL ESTATE.PEBLEY LOANS ,AND -;iH;J:


i I r COLLECTIONS IN THE NEW COUNTRY 1
COMMISSION BROKERS ._ PALAFOX AND ROMAN
V L- VESSELS IN GRT.St PHONE 55?.
:_ amattlpa.Balnbridge Recently opened up In eastern ;
II WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. Br A Arkansas, Louisiana (Mississippi .if
i MOBILE.ALAOAMA.MARKETS. ss, 1193 Smith New.port' Pelta) and Southeastern
0'Lave : News to'H. Baars. Missouri along! the lines of tie : '
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I Birmingham Br. ss, 2612 Baltimore T G YATES M. D. Missouri 4
Private Wires N. Y., ,:N. 0,,, and. Chicago. j to Gulf Transit Co. Iron Mountain Pacific Rcute Railway at $7.50 and to :. '
Cayo Domingo- Br ss 1713 Friend. OPTICIAN J] :
$15.00 an acre which .
when
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I Galveston toGulf.Transit C{).
corrON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS Chelford Br ss;'.1707, Wood Tampl- 306 THIESBV BUILDItVG I cleared and slightly improv.ad. ; ,
both by conferring with us .co, to order. II readily brings a cash rental of :t,.
db'ti out to 'buy REAL ESTATE, See $4.00 to $6.00 an acre.
*> Naval Stores. Cimbria, Danish ss, 1855, Hanson ; d '
us.: about some of the following: o Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment Savannah Ga., May 4.-The naval Slanzanillo to Cary & Co. WM. D. HOWE I UNUSUALOpportunities i '
store X. DeVillier street, renting I -
stores market closed today follows Haslington Br ss 122, Willis
< > as : I
for $180 per year. .. ... .$1500 ; : Reference: First National and Banks. WW . .. .. .. .. .. .510 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT exist for the i
HJUSC on North "C" street cheap Peoples Phone 11 73 WG. .. .. ;... .. .. .. .. ..500 Hersilia Ger ss, 1295 Euler, Tam- 14Y2 EAST GOVERNMENT LAWI Homeseeker and the Cap r

Bt . . .. .. . .$600House .................. N.. ,, . .. .. .. .... ...4 95M. D3..to So. States TJhr. (!o. I italist. ; -
on East Ara'gon' street only ................................... i i .
: ..- . ... ;.* :.. ..' ... .4 90 Kirkstall, -Brss.i62! Hinde, Faro,
. .. . . I. THERE IS NO
. $650 BETTER
K. .. ". ... :1 '0 .. ... .4 80I to J. A. Merritt & Co. :
98 acres of good farming land a 1.. . .. ... ..!: .:. .. .. .4 35 Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf Antwerp NOTICEThe Land in the world than the : j.
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. . . .. .$1000 -- H
bargaIn at H. . '.. ; : ; .. .. 4 25 to J. Schreyer. rich alluvial Delta and River ;!,
Four blocks in West King Tract G. .. .. .. ., .. 4' .. .. *4 05 Ribston Br ss, 2185 Rdbinson Rio Woolley I Sanatorium the only Institute bottom lands of Southern MIssouri 1;
. . .. .. .
cacn V., $1000 de Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co. in the United States :where the .
Eastern
F. ... .. .. .. .. .. ...3 95 Arkansas, Louis .
We have numerous other properties :' The Training of a Boy in Habits of E. . .i .. .... .. .3 90 Tapton, Brit. ss, 2300 Trattles,Fun- Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habitscan iana and Texas. ;: .1".f,: .
listed with us and it would pay D .. .. .. . .. .. .. 3 SOC chal to Pensacola Lbr. Co. be cured without exposure and MONEY IN LAND BEATS i .
you to consult us before making your . . . .. . .3 70 Vida Nor ss, 976 Arressen Cardi- with so much ease for the patient. Only MONEY IN BANK ;(r,,.. '
investment 64 nas, to Hyer & 30 days' time required. Describeyour .....;.
\Ve are in receipt of advices from Spirits Turpentine V4 cents. Co.Ships.. case and I will write you an Especially land that is rapidly : "
the fire insurance companies represented opinion as to what I can accomplishfor I increasing in value.
Saving Thrift and Canara Itl.! ship 1495, Repetts Ge- Write for ; '
by us "That all losses in Cal- Industrywill AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS you. Ask your family physician Maps, Descriptive ;
noa, to Master. '
ifornia conflagration wiU be promptlypaid I to investigate. Dr. B. 1L WooJley 104 Literature, Etc., Etc. t
and that THEY WILL CONTINUE Liverpool Cotton Market. Harvest Queen Brit ship Forsyth N: Pryor Street Atlanta, 'Ga.' Homeseekers Tickets Sold .i.j

TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE I Jan.'Fol.*............................._Clot,,.6.Ml"eb..yar. Rio Janiero to order. 1 and 3 Tuesday Every Month. ;. .
AGAINST LOSS insure his Ophelia Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen I. E. REHLANDER -
INDEMNITY BY success in after life. Set hima Dunkirk. .. ,)
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR Mar.- ... Trav. Pass. Ajjt. .
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. good example by depositing a part of April-M&y.............!...... 6.gg ari. Florida and Alabama 31 W. 9th St., Chattanooga;;: Tenn : .

Protect jour home and business your earnings in our savings .department;. May-Jons............. ...5.33 Antigua Nor bk 1348 Ferguson, : .-
against loss by fire by insuring with Jan&J* ..*,. 5.89 ; LAND COMPANYManufacturers
Orleans to A. Zelius.
I better still, open a small account in his New _
JlS. 111Iy. urua' ............ 8.89 L'uisa, Ita!. bk. 1591, Montano from !
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name. ugut-8eptember. ... 5.85

ESCAMBIA xl.pO'.1!! September Ootobw-NoTember- ober ...,*......5.55 5.73 Nolloth Paalo to Angelo master., Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.I and Dealers in of L\W15V1LLE-TERRE HAUTE R-R -

204/2 S. P f Four per cent, compounded semiannuallywill November-December .. Jfi4DeoemberJinuirj Parkwood Nor bk 756 Lunde-I LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN., .
Telephone 1052. make him a nice nest-egg when he istwentyone. '.*.. guard St. Nazaire to Or !er. I GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .
General agents for State, for Home Liverpool Spots 608; Precursore Ital bk. Schiafflno 1508, : .

Life Insurance, Co., of New: York ., "\ Genoa to Rosasco Bros. I .J
New York Cotton Market. I ,
,'. . '. Open- High Low Close Echooners.Annie Pensacola St. Andrews and _
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M. Brit schr. 397 .
-- May 11.8 11.23 11.18 11.23 Carter C"t
.? Mantos to J. A. Merritt & Co. \t.
July 1099 11.C3 10.98 11.03)
FOR SALEAll Ootober..10,48 10.49 10.44 10.49 Annie F. Kimball Amer sch, 337.weetland Gulf Steamship Co
D cemb r. 10,48 10.48 10.45 1043 Havana to master. I

kind of real estate for sale or FIRS1NATIONAL BANK Liverpool Spots.COS Donna Christina. Am sch, McLeod, STEAMER TARPON.W. .
rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant 165 Cardenas.It
lots. Some very choice ones at Wheat. G. BARROW Master,
good bargains for homes or investment OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Open High Low Closa Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold.
May-:.79tf!! 80 ''j9Ys 79% How often do we hear it remarked: FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
J.l7.M.T8K', 79K/ 78H 78% "It's only cold" and few later FREIGHT SERVICE
a days
One lot on R. R. good factoryor a
large W. H. KKOWLM Pres. W. K. HTEB.: JR., V.-Prea. ani Cs \ 13!'. -
warehouse site. One water front T. W. BBBST and W.N. ROBERTS As.' t. Cashier learn that the man is on his back: -JBeiwwn-.
lot that a purchaser could make no C. Brent YT. A. Blount. W. H. Knowle, W. K. flyer, Jr.. Corn., with pneumonia. This is of such

mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm 1 D. Q. Brent. May...........Open Wi, ,: 46tf High 4 Low% CloM 4 common occurrence that a 'cold, however PENSACOLA., MOBILE. A PA LAC HI-. .. _
aatf one of 160 acres both near Pen- JW_. ......65-)4 4 % 45>1 44 slight, should not be disregarded. -j COLA CARRABELLE ST. ANDREWS fl : H
MILLVILLE. _
sacola. .-. : I. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' S I
Four choice brick business houseson New York. Stock Market counteracts any tendency of a cold to And all point on .St. Andrews Bay 0'
Palafox St. for sale. Fine InveStment .,. Open CloseSoutheriPac1fte. result in .pneumonia and has gainedits i CarrabeUe! srtd. .ApaIhICoIL' -
property Few choice offices .....,...,. 62 63J great oppularity and extensivesale I : .. .
for rent. : City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds Copper.--: 96tf 102% by its prompt cures of this most!j! SCHEDULE. .
Turpentine men all get rich and Ihave A. 8.11.- ....... UlAtch 131,4 common ailment It always cures I! Leave Feusacola Sunday. 8:20
good turpentine business forsale ..,;..3'1'........,.(... 87 / 89% and is pleasant to take. For sale by' for Moblle. ..Ala.,, a'm. THROUGH SERVICE -
cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty A.R.5....;.... 142 149' all druggists. 'Leave Pensacola, :Tuesday. 8:30 VIA
round timber lease on which together Denomination $1,000.00 Each. 2.RT...............;: .. ...... 'j4 '. 'i7"B. m. for Bt Andrewa/; Millville, Apt-p. L.&N.E&T.H.and C.&E.L
with boxes good seven years longer. Dated Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan.1,1936. Redeemable &o--.&..t 107 -- ;' 10jH ) lacaicola" Carrabelle and 'Intermediate
Write or call and see schedule of Jan.1, 1926., Kris..............,"...-..- .:89 40J 1 KILLS RATS 2 NASHVILLE Vestibuled Through Train Dally 2
property. Interest Payable SemiAnnually.We C.F.I .....,...-.... ;:. "42 :.' 45i: Stearns' Electric Paste Drives 'Em points. I TO CHICAGO
U. 8.....?.,.:.....>Ur........ 81" 39 For additional information apply t. THROUGH KEW SLEEPERS MO DAY COACHES '
: of House to Die. ORLEANS TO
Out the CHICAGO
T CRAWFORD C.8. preferred;:;:J.X.: ..... lOi J : '- 105H J-R. SAUNDRRS. DINING CARS SERV.NQ
Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to, R. .. .Si7........_ 24 2534 Drive rats out of the house to die. E. R- COBB, Prwldeat 'I Doll. IfILIJU.'f.' CI.P.A.. ALU S.L MEALS ROGERS EN,Oe ROUTE.Ait|
315Y2 South Palafox street. L.& K.......?.,........ I38 34154 Don't let them die in the house Gen. Frt and Pal!!. Agt. rv''VIU _If'IILloL TU,,.
Prior Sale, in Amount to Ias1......................... 1&., : but feed them Stearns' Electric Rat Pensacola. Tit .
lii. .-........... 87 811 i and Roach Paste and the peculiar -
Suit Purchaser. ... .. .....
Mtfc- 106 IOSCaIl.Pac. % chemical In the Paste will create a
FOR SALE ...,...,....... .153 159% the
sensation that .
Correspondence Invited. '.' X.Y.a..h.. .: ..;ys"-:;.",.:::152k burning-! ; so rats LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
BARGAIN LIST .IANOS. mice and cockroaches who eat it will ,
P.O .... .....;...... vt *.. "lyi 914J5 '
Lester Piano mahogany fine order, R.D'G..p................:.;.. 114]__ 120X rush outside of the house in searchof TJ>r>:dfai R4:lecal 1 Tla Tables Between PamoU ta j PffrU NortN.

was $350 price now $275, used onlya 8$.? ................"..,..... J58. 13 water and will be seen no more. 1READ DOWN READ UP
few months. $10 cash balance $S THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA B.I...::............ :....;.... 2. : 'Sold everywhere or sent express prepaid Trains Ns. TraIns NOl.
per month. U.B.. ..' Ki 87' on receipt of price. Stearns' 2 4. S 1
Irving, handsome case was $300 T.O.I.. -*J. 13.H 143 I Electric Paste Co., Chicago ilL Small
now $215; very little used. Terms $10 PENSACOLA;: FLA. P'nn ._..... 182H 134 size 25 cents;; hotel size eight times 1:0pm: l1t5am': Lv' .. ..Pexisacoa..Ar.! 5:\\Jqam 4:00JfD ,
cash, $6 per month. : CT.P......... _.a: _. 141 144% the quantity, $1.5uflower 6:30am 6':: 1I1Ar .. .Mont oneIy. ..... .IN. ti5VUl U.1'am
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase 11(5am 9:16Pm: .M. ... .BIrmtngbam .. .. LT. 4JOpm: 8:3am '

; was $400 now $335. A bargain. I Seed For Foul try. 7:25pm: 3.17am.; ... Ar. . .Nash\ille. . ..:vv. J,:45am, 2:25am

Terms $15 cash $8 per month. No. 5S03. Ausley & Co'& Daily Cotton Letter. Sunflower seed Is good for poultry 8TUpw: : I 3$7ai' 1If.. . .NashT ne. .. ....-.Ar. i17am.; :5am
Mehlin high grade mahogany; was New York May 4.Liverpool- during molt and other times as well 1:25am: t .8'rj5am .Ar. .. .ERansV1lle.. .. .Lv. 3.DOam 9.2Oprn
C.W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEif PER. Assistant CaiUir. the talent this morning .by ad- 7:40am' 210: i .4r... .,.St Louis..v. 8:4pn: 8:3
$450 now $390; rented only few M. E. CLARK,Vice-president and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS, Assistant prised and whether the flock has the range o' _: _J .. pm7:50pm
months; $20 cash $10 per month. CashiersTHE vancing spots 4 points on sabs of the farm or Is confined to the'city or &.27&m1ILT. _. .Nashville . .Ar. 8:21am: 2:1 Sam
Sterling. ebony case, was $350 now 7,000 bales while contracts were up lot a good supply of sunflowers 2Ham: 8:30am: 4Ar. .. LouisviLle .. .Lv. 2:4am: 9:3po(

$120 Clutter$10, cash.large$6 size f per mahogany month. case; AMEflICAN NAtIONAL BANK about expected.4 points when'The. small small epot declinewas sales should village be; grown says Iowa State Register :-7:0am lOlnn:.. :-.' .Ar.-. ,. .C1nclanatl.. . .Lv. llQOpm- _6:00pmE .

used seven months was $tOO now 0' PfNSItCOLA, FLA. at Liverpool indicated that the spin- ; and Farm 1'. They can be plant. Between Ponsacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
$$275 $10 cash $8 month. ners was not going to tak so much ed in waste places, along fence row :
Kimball; walnut per case was $375 used DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. cotton at higher prices and we think or along the poultry fences. in whic-a 6&.7 2 &.-3. 4& 1 3&2 i&4 5" 6 '

two now $U5, $10 cash, bal they are well able to run Into the case they will furnish shade for the 7:00am: \1:5iamjLT-----Pen66cola---Xr.r'5:00amj:\ : ;: : ( 4:OOpm 6:30pm
years
ance $7 per month. CAPITAL STOCK,. $263,000. SURPLUS, $60,009. new crop with what supplies they fowls during the hot summer months. 10:45am 2:55aJ'4:12Dm1Ar .Mobile ..LY1t:4Camjll':59am 2:35PIt -"
All of the above are upright pianos DIRECTORS. have and unless! they can get the Fowls: in confinement should be well 6:00pm 7IZ.: 8:1'5J1IlIAr.! New Orleans Lv.38lSim4.:1 9:25am
and we guarantee them. We have 16 remnant of the present crop,at what, supplied with shade during the summer -
River Junction
Penacola and Jacksonville.
square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c I'' Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, f. E. Browner they consider something like reason- ,'and If there is no natural. shade, Flomaton, ,
per week; 'good for practice. J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar able figures they will no.t take it. such as trees sunflowers' will serve the 21 I 5 .j 1 I 3 I.Trains do not stop &t stations.\ 2 j I 4 I 6 I 22DaIlyjDaUYlD&17jD45Y ,
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, There was considerable, rain in some' purpose very nicely. I where no tirnlsshown, .DalIyrfDaily/Dallyj'Daily/ <
Pensacola, Fla. A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, I sections 'but it Was generally needed I '.-.:-:-. 4:55 2G .2:50 LT.. .. .Flomaton .Ai "p25: 8:25 .:: t';
W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah MvKenzJc Oertlng, but reports from the western belt Broke All Health Rules.A .... 5:00 23 2: i., H '14 .Century ,. 1:21 8:2 .....
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire Alex tfcGovtln, : C. )t. Covingten, M. E. Clark. claim that excessive rains had fallenin .. 5:01: 2:41'3:66.... _. ''' C.t.U:4 1:15: 3:15.: .... '
of that section and this together with British minister, the Rev. Wil- fO. .. .McDavid. .... 1:0 '
hogs; best breeding. Ask for ... 5:172:61413:20: Of SOf... -
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley Accounts .Banks., Individuals! Corporations end Firms Sofojt d. the drought in- the eastern sectionsor liam Davies of Hereford, has con'. .... 5:3 3.08:811. ... ...PineBarren .. .... ..12:08 12:52,7:55., ...
Fla. ; Paid part of them stimulated prices and founded all the valetudinarians. For .... 5:39 3(133:50., : .S e. ...1Iollno. _. *11:5212:43 7:47.: .... ,_
Four par cent Interast on Time Deposits. scared'' some of the weaker shorts to thirty-five he took no more exercise .. -5:43 . .t.4M.: .... ... ..Qulntette4... .. -11:51.12:3411:395:53 : ..... '
FOR SALE-S room cottage on cover which advanced prices somewhat years involved in ... .346'4:11 .. ..Cottae Hill. .. .... -J:44 *12:29'7:34: : .....
monthly payments. Newly painted! Taken statistically the summer than was walking ... $5.57 3:2'.4:15: .... .. n.Cantonment.11:4 12:26: 7:31.,...
and papered. Gas and water 13 months ought to. 'be a good pur- front one room to another. He wasa . -6:01 *3:341'423: .. .....Gonzalez.11:3 *12:217:26 ...
blocks from East Hill car line on N. cease on any breaks still if the spot hearty eater, with a taste for indigestible ... -103 .3:3:25. .. u .. .. .Roberti.. .. .. .1I:33'12:19: : -7:24 ,'... "
T.B. WfCMTCS: !: "
L HILTON PBmSIDCST. VIOte-P1U8IDUT. '
8th ave. G. E. Brdt. 26aprlw GRKBX demand which for the past two he had .. .. .. .Olive.. .. ,.. ; "
B. M.BUSHNFU.CASHIEB. MANSFIELD MORENO A8J'.C.lIllfD! things. Yet never .... -&:152:45'ttO) 'S 11:2212:97:15,. ....
FOR SALE-One new Kokens bar. months h.as been so good should suddenly a day's illness and always looked the .. ... -6:213:51-4:48.. .. .II ..Brent. .. .. -11:15 -1-O4 *7:0.1.....
ber chair also several mirrors. Citizens National Bankof fall off the mainstay of the market of health and he lived to ... 6:25.3:54:52.: : I. ... .(}ouldI g .. ..-1111-12:01 7:05.; ....
would be taken and ,
Call or write J. A. Billingsley 14 E. Peasacola. Florida.DIJtCCtORS. away prices picture . 6:30 4:80; 5:001 Ar... .PensJcola .. LT. 11:05 11:55 7:00. .... '
meal his hundred _
might decline sharply although we enjoy a hearty on one -
Government St. ISAprillm think it is worth present. prices and and fifth birthday.A No:21 f I I I jNo. 21FM
FOR SALE-95% acres of land half G... W,Wright 'Morrii Bear. T.E. Wriles. Biz M.Robinson. L. Hilton Green. that the consumers have \orders I I ,JA.M ,

mile from city, northwest; 70 acres A CfJVEJML 8AVKIJVG BUSINESS TRANSACTED enough ahead placed on the basis of 6:00: ... ... 700 LT.. ..Pen93.co1a .....Ar 11:15
timber land, sub soil clay; 25?, acresI ) present spot prices to take care of all Silent Author.J. S 5:20. .. .. 713. .. ... .Bohemia.. .. ......10:50..j. -10:55
under cultivation clay sub. soil. Dr. I that is left of the present crop. but II. Barrie, the author, is not at S 5:22....... 7:15. .. .. ..OullPoint.5:25. ... 'U .. -11:33 ... ....[*lOU:
T. A. LaFar: 518 Guillemarde St. .. if they can stave off commitments until all fond of talking, but is silent and : ... ..... .... .. .. ..Yn.etra.! ,. ...... ......... .... -10:50
22Apiil 2w* .. the new begins to move they reserved Vith strangers. It is related S 5:29. .. ... 1:18.. ,. ....Escambla. .. .. .. .10:28.. ... ... ,
--- crop
might be able to fill their orders C 5:40. .. ... ..- 7:25: .. .. .. ...MuIat.. .... -10:19 ... .. ..fl0:41:
FOR SALE-Three joke of oxen and F ff M.Cary, cAE-Ir| 6+ ff Jno. Ma jfr ." manufactured from much cheaper 'of him that at a public dinnerhe S 5:45.. ... ... .. .. .Iarp.. .. .. .. ...... ... .... ..,:
log cart; good team in good condi- **. H X' 'B Soo'y.Wholesale cotton if th. present increaseas turned to his neighbor and remarked S 5:51.... .. 7:35.. .. .. .Galt City. .. ..... ...... ... .....h101
tion and working every day. Price and:Betall Dealer in given by? estimators acreage should! prove "Do you feel like talking?" 6:03. .. .. 1:39.. eo ... .Milton. .... .10:05.. .. ... .... 10U

$300.' Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & Steam, ,Domestic) Anthracite J.o be correct. Although prices of the ''X o," was the brief reply, says C 6:35..,. .. ... ... .. .0 I. .. .Geod Range .. .. .... ... ... .. .... 9f3
Co.: lilton. Fla. 29aprlm and Blacksmith C 0 A L staple have not. as yet been materially Home Chat. S 7:03. ... .. 8:15.: .'" .. ..Holts.. ... .. . ... .... t15; I

:FOR SALE-one hack; good horse Office-:No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. affected the (situation in cotton has either do I said Barrie and S 76.: .. ..830.. .. ... .MillIgan. ." .. .. 9:12... ... ..... .8:52:
and- set of harness. Price $225.00 undergone a decided change. "X 7(0.. .. .... 8.:38.. ... .. .Crestview. .. .. 9:04... .. 8:38:
Apply F. B. Radcliff 809, N... Alcaniz. Yard comerTarragona and Gonzalez' streets. Phones, 6 and 372 I Outside speculation, which was 'forthwith they gave one another' the 8:09... .. ..! 8:56 .. ... .. .Deer Land. ., ...... ... .... .... 8:03
., Apr29-lw. -- very active for: .some. time has apparently 'coW< shoulder.ish 1 r 8:33 .. ..* 1110 aOO .. ,!.Moilsy Head .. 8:33.. .. ... 1:40
.. .Defunfak Springs.. ... 8:13.... ....
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died, out .leaving the bulls with ,, 8:57 -
WANTED-To loan money on you -_. II" I a heavy line of 'long .cotton which -- -- S 9:16..9:3.; .. ..... Argyle .. .. .... 7:41 .. .. 11:42 V ;
'watches, Jewelry. and. personal'er ,,Order Your- they as In the past expected to unload : inclinations the report gained': .. !; .. Ponce DoL.eon. .. 7:29.. . .... 6: O. ;
fects. Highest cash price for old gold WOOD on the public. considerable credence. We think the!, 10:12. .. .... 1010; I. ., ...Westville.. .. ... 7:17..6:0.. .
COAL and
and silver. Lightman"' & Klein 106E.- ICE, The speculator time seems to Strong statistical position of cotton:' 10:22. ... ... 10:15 i. .. .. .Caryvllle. .. .. .. .7:12.. ... ... 5:52

wright. Phone 1127. .. from the have been caught at his own game has bean pretty well discounted and' 10(5: ... .!. 10:30.: .. .. .Bonlfay.. .. .. ... 6:55.. .. ..... S:2t
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FOR SALE-Ten and second Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. The strong support that the market therefore wou'4 Ot..huy anly on radiCal 11:12. .. 10:" .. .. ... .Chipley. .. . 6:37. ........ 4:55
second hand office new safes different.j II. had been receiving.: ;. lately in New declines. The market needs constant 11:29.: ...... 10:58.: ,_ .. .Aycock. .. .. ... 6:27.: .... 4:39
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. York was necessary to protect the buying to hold even present t 11:43.. ... .. 11.07.. .. ...Cottondale. .. .. .6:18.: .. ......4:21
I Scarrltt Moreno., office East Government ., --. L bull] interests i in that, market. It was values and this should not b.3 the 12:10.: . .. ..11:25.. .. ...1Ilarlanna. .. .. .. 6O.) . ... 3:55. .
St. '- --- -- -2 4 : c clearly a cane of manipulation there' case on a good: firm market ; .1145: .. . .Cypress.. .. . 5:38. .. .. .. 3:19

mar end whenever the shorts became nervous -: 11:52.. .. .Orand Ridge.. ...* 5,32... .....3.01 ;
NOTICE TO. CANDIDATESThosewishing For .,Sale.rJyutrn..rJwtJw.rrkr S., and started to cover contracts: CREW NOTICE. 12:44. : 2.. .. .. .Sneads. .. ... ....- 5:21.. ..... ... %:48 ', "
to make a successful run were plentifully supplied from some Neither the captain, own..a 12:15 ...Rlver Junction \ 5:10.. . .2JO
should supply themselves with a bottle FOR SALE--One 'four ton myterious sour 3 which was closed er-br--- consignee of the ItalIan : Ar .. Jacksonville.. .. Lv I 9:05.: .. ... a :00
I of PLUTO. .Now,.Is thtn seasoa .to. chine Complete. running 26apr2w'J the minute the' market waked. Barktine Luisa will be 10:50.7:49, r A'11 I 'Mf .
prepare your stomach and 'Jlver in-' ice dajli WIll sell at a There was report from Nw York responsible for debts contracted
against all diseasea. ,Pluto.will dojt Reason. for selHas.; hi that Mr. Price the 'bull leader' might by. the! crew. of said vesseL I Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car-betw'ee
For o'T; II short E. :JIONTANO, Pensacola and Jacksonville; via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. .
sale by all druggists and grocers plant. Address quiet' take the slate for a turn and ,- :
r wholesale by Jas .McHuga. Quincy, Fla. every one knowing Us natural bear].Consigned to'.MastejCaptain.. .I.r ----.---- I

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, Your Shoesand -Lq SPO'RTSIAtlanta WKU,[[ 'RE1Y1E.[ f' Cak' Sale.Saturday fl REAL[ l [ESTATE T T[ Husband- -:::--,--:--Gone- Wife Without Moneyman



;vI-l -- : }!:very : who has a wife is placing her future in jeopardy

after thre'e triumphant T- TRANSFERS N if he 'is not carrying ample,life insurance.
.. tories over Birmingham 'traveled over OF f SOUTHERN E N T

to Finn Nashville'"yesterday trimmed the "Claim-All-Burg"and the herd ol at Get Assurance,Mot For a Day, But For All Time.The .
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crew Pluvius to"a,butted in fare-you-well.on.Montgomery Jupiter and I[ Rosenau & Gerelds' Follcfwing. h a list of the deeds recorded : address.Equitable 421' million furnishes dollars it. Send assets us guarntees your name the age promp-anti
I the Alaba- U T
would not allow a game in INDUSTRIESNew reported by the payment of every policy.KnowIcsBros..
: IDa state capital city between the yesterday i
Sox' Climbers and their enemy, Binning- : Pensaco-a Abstract Car, I InSurance, Gen'l At3

ham. I STORE 'Rl: C. Caldwe'l to 0. L. Bass G. V. I Fire Life. .. Pensacola

V Old Man Vaughan'who manages Green and Cbas. Bliss. the W% of lot ............ _. _
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I Birmingham has tied a piece! of stovepipe j Dixie I 100-'block 7 and 'all of lot 37, block 7, '
Corporations FormsS in ..,by".
Both will be. all right and to Esley the relic firsW>asemanj Old. City $1 and other considerations. --
comfortable if you get and it is thought that the other "has ',Leslie'E. Brooks to))...T, Tracey,lot -=
them here. Foot comfortis I been" Waiters will get the tin-can degree -, During the. \Jeek, .Gadsden Street 1 to 20, both Inclusive; In1 fccck 350, .+.+.+....4...+..+..4...++...+.i .m......++++++....
our long'suit-Oxfords; conferred. Vau'/ an himself,! ". New City Tract, $1 and other consid FEN8ACOLA .
Hanan, Douglass anctCrossett : who played ball during the dayS when!; Just Pass3d;. erations./ '

-from $2.50 to some of the stars of the game today i EverettBlaefcto ,J. tWo W.lson: lots Iron Works and Supply Co. j

|6.50. Hosiery in white, were in cradles will in an l kelihood : I 1 an4 2 in :block; 123 Masent Tract, $1 :
black, tan, gray and pretty play the initial sack for the BarOD.3'1 Chattanooga, Tenn., May 4.-A Epworth League.j and other.-con iderations. 4. Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
combinations. The old fellow, give him his FORGINGS, MILL AND, 'STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
week of generally1'., fair weather Mrs. Ann,E. Chipley W. K. Hyer .
sting the tall. -- and th S. ': REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders .
throughout tha south for the sevenday Jr., lots 18 to 26; inclusive .
That in the, American leagueis of e day or night- Agenta for James McKay & Co.'s1 celebrated Log and :
race
period ending to.tat.: proved pi 30 ft. of lots 12 to 14. inclusive,
Cents. and: in interest : Timber Dogs: also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. .
Twenty-Five a beauty grows Real
great advantage to the1farmers .$ block 12., Belmont Tract, 12300.
and the Lawn fete o dence phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN .
daily. It is anybody's flag Bell Mgr.t :
Lee
planters who enable! to H.
acccin14. Land
winner will go some before the sea .\o ..._1. _were\0\0 ..n1 I.lf.ft <>9+0'0. The Maxent and Co.6 and to 26 in block O..O..6............... ....... t+....
j.L4LL WUA NLULJ.L wl.u 1UU4ordinary -- - lots 1, 2".3.4, 5
Hats-softs and stiffs- son has terminated. abundant crops ..throughoutthis 179, Maxent Tract $ 50.Jos. .
straws and Panamas. Augusta is on top in the Sallie lea section. During the '''Y>ek ending : '5 and Arthur Johnson to -=-
From 50 cents on up to gue, thanks to Charleston's victoryover to-day the industrial. interests Saturday, May j, ''E. Taylor Quina parcel land situated in $......,..... .......... #. ).. ........ ..........

$10. Jacksonville and Augusta's-de-1\have also ben active, the aecpmJianylng : black 32. Old City described as follows v
feat of Macon. : ;dst of new Inilusries'es: beginning at 4>30 p. mat
: ibr a po'nt of beginning ex I Gas Has Become Both a Comfort and i
a
tablished during the period bHng compiled Mrs. Maclay's Residence tend the western line"of lot No. 216 to
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.from the reports received. by a. point 228 ft. 6 inches N. of Rojaaria: :
STANDINGJNO RESULTS The Tradesman. Among th?projectsof 35 East Wright St, by the Junior I St. Begin at this point and run .t:.
the week will bs noticed a Jl.OOO- Auxiliary of Christ's church. There I paral'el to sail Roman: St 80 ft. to a | Necessity in (the I Kitchen. i io
The John White Southern League. 000 telephone company in Arkansas; will be a May pole! dance a Gypsey point 228 ft. and 6 inches N. of said "

Won Lost Pet. a $200,000 development company la tent, several charade3.- refreshments, Romana St.. thence run N. 12 ft..

Phone Shreveport.. .. ,. ..15 3 82s Indian Territory; a railroad, .shop In and sale of fancy articles.ADMISSION thence run W: parallel to said Romana : It removes that increasing toll that meant fretting and i
Store Birmingham..15 5 75u Louisiana 'represnting an outlay of ,FREE. St. 80 ft., thence run S. 12 ft. to pointof worrying and heat and muss. A few years ago it was a .
25. New Orleans.. .. .... 9 7 5o3 $800,000; a $200,000 gas 'company in be inning..$100. : luxury-now it is 'a necessity in every well regulated :
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.. .. .. .... &; 5z Missouri; three $200,000 cotton millsin
Atlanta 10
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I R. J. Davs! to Hattie 'M. Lane and : household. It is inexpensive because no fuel is wasted .
205-207 S. PAALFOX ST. Memphis.: .. '.' .'. 6 8 42'J' North Carolina; three companiesin 8.0550'5Ice Freddie S. A. Lane parf block 76 Let us put in a cooking range and water heater. Seo :
Oklahoma at over
Nashville. .. .. .[.,. 7 12:: 3o4, capitalized cotton mill, i W. King Tract beginning on the E. them at our office. Our demonstrator will be glad to 4
$1,000,000 each a $250,000
Montgomery J. ..' .. ..5 12 306 ; side of said blcck 150 ft. from the SE i show them to you..
South Carolina arid $200,000 :
in
--- Little Rock .,.% .. .. 2 14 12Yesterday's contracting company; in Virginia.a The Cream Factorycan corner of said block thence runningN. .

50 ft. thenCe W. 120 ft., thence S. .
industries in the :
complete list of
E. 1,. REESE J. MENDEL new furnish In
Result 1'011'cream
the 50 ft. thence E. 120' ft. to point of beginning --
South for the week, as'given- by
Nashville 4, Atlanta ?. any quantity. -'Satisfaction claim deed), $1.00 and
(Quit
Tradesman, is as follows: f Pensacola Gas I
Reese 6 Mendel,.. Memphis 4. Little Rock 0. Alabama., guaranteed.! other conslderat'ons. Company

(Montgomery Birmingihamv.} wet Gadsden-$150,000 lan company. PHONE 1326 Louis Boley, to W. A. Blount Jr., al 4

The. Home Tailors, : grounds. I Anniston-$30,000 :warehouse com SAM BOSSO. Prop. of bock! 120, Belmont Numbering, Sec.I : Phone,'148. 24 and 27 Garden Street. :

South Atlantic" League. pany.'Bessemer-Radiator company, 19 St.,,T.$1 2,and S. R.other 30 W.considerations.J. W. of Tarragona. ;....................... .. ......................:

AmL Builders : 1 Won Lost Pct. (Birmingham-$5,000' land' company $50,000 development company. C. Pebley to W. A. Blount Jr., _
.. .. .. ,...11 6 647 '
Augusta. Arkansas. y' Aurora 'Concentrating: plant. all of block 120, Belmont Numbering,,
Jacksonville.. .. ....10 6 625 Fort Smith-$1,000,000 telephone Prosperity-Concentrating plant. Sec. 19, T. 2, S. R. 30 W. W. Tarragona ......4.H....4. t.,44.................. ............
Caarleston.. .. .. .... 9 8 529' JopIulines.! St, $150. y
company. .
4h of! Macon.*.'. .. .. -.,." 8 9 471 Wt: Development' company. Kansas City-$18,000 bed factor); 'Louis Boley to Pensacola Investment!; -
Savannah .. .., ..'..8 9 471 Wynne $5,000 laundry. $7,500 electric company; land com'pany. Co., N% of the NW% of the NW%,'

a Columbia.. .. .. .....6 U 354 (Berryville-$100,000 lumber com Sep. 7, T. 1, S. R. 31 W., $1 and other|I PORCH I
J pany. St. Joeph6,000! amusement com considerations. I
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Yesterday's Result Florida. I-any.. : Samuel Sanford, et. a!. by Comr. to!I *
Men'sFine
Charleston 3, Jacksonville 2. t:>e Funiak Springs-Refrigerating; North Carolina. I J. D. .Waters. lots 7 and 8 in block 28!!
Augusta 2. Macon 0. :1ant. .' Elkin-$25,000 canning lactory.WinstonSalemZL000 W. Kin'.,; Tract. $290. I I
Columbia 8, Savannah 0. Jacksonville:-$30,000 laundry. soap tao o Fisher Real Estate Agency to MaryA. FURNITURE.
Georgia. tory'' ; lumber'company... Rhodes lots 14 and 15 in block 114. f i

i\\ National. League. Rome-Canning company. 8axapahaw-$200OOO' mill. Maxent Tract, $1 and other considera-, .
; Won Lost Pet., ''St George-Cotton, gin; grist mill. La Grange-$lo,000. tobacco, tssm tions.U. : Now's the season for porch rockers, settees) hammocks, :

New York. .. .. .. ...151 789'' Savannah-$10,000 ink company. mery. W. Eitzen to Jas. K. Rozier, trus- .etc. To see those we have Is to want them, and the low
Chicago.. .. .. ..... .13 6 684' (StiUmtorsi-$10.000 novelty works. High Point-$10,000 buggy factory. tee, J. K.Rozier 3-10, D. V. Daly 3-10, price makes them possible. Nothing quite so inviting :
,' .. .. .. ,... 588 Dublin-$25,000 brick and lumber ILumberton-$200.006'cotton mills; : .
., I Clothes.New PiUsburg 10 7 $200,000 cotton mill J. J. Gibson 2-10, D. H. Peabody 2-10. now of an evening as to drop into a big porch. rocker
Philadelphia.. .. .. ..10 S 529St company. brick undivided interest in lots 18, 19 and : with arms, or a hammock. :
LouIs.. .. .. .... 8 9 471 Athn-3-Cotton mill. IRaliegh 45,000 works. 20, of block 10e,' New City Tract, $100. .
'and up-to-date line c: Spring Boston.. .. .. ...... 8 10 446 Atlanta"-$25,000.sulphur" .;we" com !Bessemer City.--Oiti:: ) mill La Fate HuiHon to J. W. Bullock : Hammocks V 4-
find.Summer Suitings and Trouser Cincinnati .. .. .. 7 16 304 pany. 'if; Salisbury: -$10,000 aiStilIe $1.75 up to $4.00 :
I' wheel Jr., lot 12 in block 132 E. King Tract : .
: works. Vudor Chair Hammocks $3,50. .
Ing&Suits .. .. 14 74Yesterday's ''Indian Terltory.:, Oxford$100,000" :. <. .
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Brooklyn i 0' 5 E. of Tarragona 1St., $1 and other consideration '
from $17.50 to $50.00. (Fort Gibson-$200,00 : development Concord-: --$20,000,buggy works Reed'and Cahe" Seat Rickers $1.75 and $2.00. -.J'* :
Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00 Resujt company. ''AIellle-fJ:: ,bleachery; Ice i i Vudor Porch Shades $3.50: $4.50 and $6.00, put up. .
Join our Gentlemen's Suit Clun. Kentucky, and cold storage plapt.Oklahoma f. Alexander Stoddart to Emma L. Crex Grass Rugs for porch coverings, 50c to $9.00r .
Pfeiffer lot 10 block 59, Belmont Tit .
2. ,
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Chicago Pittsburg ;
Costs .
only $1.50 per month for pressIng (Henderson(Mining company; to-
and ,small! repairs. Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 4. bacco company. Oklahoma City7-l$0.dOO buildin $300.Mrs. :: i
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Dyeing and Cleaning of' men'OJ ana St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 3. !Perryville .OOO telephone ys- and loan company; 1 $1,000,000 mining .'Helen Lewis to W. H. Morgan,
lots 16 18, 19 and 20 in block 1C6
women's Clothes a specialty. tern. and smJlteringTcompany. H,
Give-us a.trial We will appreciate American League. iPaducah-:::-$5OOQ development company Granite$500,000oll" company;; New City, $4250. I MARSTON & j.Y/HA I
your business. Won Lost Pct. ; $75,000 churn company. $j.00,000 telephone ccnpany.Bhiss1,500bushe1 aicDavid/Hyer Co. to D. H. Shepard ,
,PANAMA HATS CLEANED AND Philadelphia.. .. ..... ..9 7 563 Louisiana. grain:' elevator. block 118, New City Tract, $500 and
BLOCKED. Detroit.... .. .. ......9 7 563 New Orleans;-$100,000"coffee company Ldwton::-$200,000:gulling! .compan;r other considerations.D. i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. I
REESE-MENDEL: Cleveland..8 7 533 $20,000 building. co't Wny. H. Shepard to B. F. Bache blk.
Phone 675. 11 TAILORING N. Palafox St.CO. Washington.. .. .: ..9 8 529 'New; $150,000 Iberia soap- $800,000 factory. railroad Cold SprIngs-420O00 mining com. 118, New CitY'Tract, $3500. ....................................................;

Chicago..6! 6500 shops. pany. -" ,' ,, Maxent 'Land Co. to Everett Block, .
T New York.. .. .. ..' ..9 9 500 'Berwick $63,000 planting and Guthrie-.$l.OQ .OOO/ ..mineral rem d3 rIots 1 and 2 in block 123 Maxent Trt., --
: St.' Louis..8 10 444 manufacturing company. company. $175. ALL OVER THE flQUSE.

VVOODAll Boston..' .. .. .. ....7 11 333 Arcadia-$50,000 lumber company. "Walter-$10,000 hardware com. Jas. W. Fields admr. to J. Whiting Morris Dannheisser
Covington-$50,000- sash, .bor and pany. Hyer, the W. 37 ft of lot 5 S. 45 ft.
:kinds that you v/ant V sterday'. Result blind factory. Shawnee-$200OOQ land company;; of lot 6 and of the E% of lot 5 of blk. Laundering Flannels So *n to Preserve (Formerly! of Dannheisser Bros.)

Washington 4, Boston 2. ackson-Power plant $10,000 manufacturing company. 74 of the E. King Tract, E. of Tarra. Their Sift nets. Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine
New York' 6, Philadelphia 2. Mississippi South Carolina. gona St and lots 16 to 22, inclusive Make a lather out of soft, warm Wines, Beer and Tobacco.

' OAK AND PINEcheaper ''Detroit7?. St. Louis 1. Biloxi-$30,000 development company. Anderson Building and loan company block 65 W. King Tract $600. water by shaving pure ?oap into the Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty
ChicagoJCleveland, rain. ; $20,000 warehous company. Wm. Davison to G. W. (Gonzalez N water and letting ,it melt. To this i
than can buy M 11 i IMP c you School Victorious.The I I St Louis.-Investment company; pany. Tract, $800.Thos. add two tablespoonfuls o; ammo- PENSCAOLA. FLO'iUDA.A .
anywhere. Any size you High
OlumbIa--l00OOO investment nia or one of borax to a small tub-
want $12,000 laundry; land company; $6- com Pebley to Willie Dorsey oU '
Pensacola' High School team COO flooring company; $10,000 electric -pany. 126, W. King Tract, $3750. ._ ful of suds. It should 'be quite
defeated the Blount club yesterday
Antreville $20,000 oil mill.
after a red hot battle by a score of 10 company; $250,000 investment warm, not,40l Draw. the .fabrIc.up
C. SEWEU Greenville-$75,000 .cotton mill.
E., company; $30,000 bad factory; $10
and down and it
to 8. Both teams played fast ball. 000 distillery; $30.000() ( engineering IPickens-250,000 cotton mill.'liUiamston.60OOO PALM TREES squeeze gently, never
614. Blount of the vanquished pitched a company. '\\ building and rubbing it either upon the boardor
Phone ,
marvelous game striking out twentyone Bowling Green-$20,000 manufac loan company. Mayor Bliss will receive a carloadof with the hands. Neither should
\,- men but his great work went for ing company. Gaffney-$10,000 land and trust cabbage palm trees from the east the garment be. soaked in water or

Jw___ _- naught and Hannah made fourteen of Chitwood-Mines. company. ,, coast in a few days. He will havea rubbed with Soiled -
the Blount team saw the atmosphere. Galena-Mines. -r St. Matthews-$10,000 warehouse few to dispose of. If you want soap. spots may EXPRESS
Umpire WU1 ''Lurtbn general' him. be lightly rubbed with a small brush,
7 gave 'I Lamar-$10.000 telephone system. company. some palms eee PE PAID
Aq\ satisfaction according to all reports., Carthage-$200OW gas company; (Batesburg-Ston company. Second: tub' of water the'same!
The clubs lined up as follows: I Tennessee.New TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. temperature as the :first must be at

High School ". Pos. BlountHannah. { Market-Marble works. hand in which the flannel is to be
.... ,, ,. ..*P.\ .. .. .Blount Lewisburg-Saw.; mill. $4
I Russell,, ,, ......C .. .. .Wilkeraon ( Wataugo-$150,000 extract works. plunged after it is squeezed from the \
Morgan ,, ,. .lb. .. .. .. .Avery COfFEE Memphis- -$6,000 laundry $25,000 first. Proceed in the same manner .
I White.., ....% ...2b.. .. .. .. Bell lumber company. '*j' Great as before. If it is freezing cold it I .
Bell.. .... ff ,,..3b; .. .. .Brawner Cleveland-Canning factory. will ruin the flannel to dry it out
Sargant .... .. .,ss.. .. .. .. .Brent Ottaway-Telephone company. of doors. In this if it I Dot1I
v1.4.i Freeman.* .... .. .rf.. .. .. Saunders We are tbe PloneetCoffee Harriman-Saw mill and box fac ase or even
.. .. tory. is not a good drying day suspend it '
Rogers.. ? cf.. .JFSnch Roasters of s DElIVERED fOil
Milliard.. ... .. ..If. .0 .. .. Lurton Texas. near the heat in as dry.'a room as
( West Florida.McHUGK'SBLE. Ballingr$20OOOelectric light Reduction in po sible. The more quickly it dries $12CHAS.BLUM&CO

BAGDAD REBEKAHS HOLD plant.Houston$50,000 the better. Slow drying means full
lumber
company.
'DANCE FOR RELIEF FUND $10,000 show case factory. ing and stiffening the fabric.
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---- San Augustine .- $10,000 lumber
Special 1 to The Journal. To Remove Grease Stains.
company.
j ; LIl&f't lull
-J .& J .2TklJ! 'II hUt Bagdad, May 4, -The Rebekah Sis-
I' Carthage-$10,000 brick works. nub powdered fuller's earth well 517 AND 519 W2ST BAY ST.
ters of Bagdad gave a dance and en- Browdwood Glassosr '
:0- -$80,000 electric
I gaB and Eve JACKSONVILLE FLA.
into the side
tertainment the Odd Fellows' pavilion have no equal. A trial company. wrong of the goods
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Wednesday night the proceeds to will convince the connoisseur !Austin $10,000 skating rink. and" leave it ono.... forty-eight.. hours. ,
go to' the California sufferers. Th? Snya'er-$10,000 construction com men cover, stm ,on,tne wrong side,
good people at Bagdad donated liberally that vve pany. with blottIng paper, set a pretty I Just Receiveda
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towards the suchas
entertainment Bay CityMines.NobleTelephorie.
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make no extravagant warm iron on the; paper for a moment -
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cream, -eggs, sugar etc. AUhou h company. .
hardly any 'noUce'was given, the pavilion claims.a < Weatherford $50,000 telephone r then shift the paper so thata

TODMOIILDEDTROUSKAlthough ; was fairly well filled and the system. are now sellingIlawkes' fresh part will cover the spot and fine line of

dancing' la ted'until the' wee hours of Hillsboro! -Telephone system./ set the iron on! again. This will

; ready-to-wear, ar" morning'and everybody present declare Wholesale' sOd RetIlGROCERS:! Taylor-Cotton gin.Virginia.. draw the grease out. Lastly, sponge i Fishing Tackle, Casting
ed that'it was 'the nicest'dance of the :
custom: made in everything except the right side with.alcohol and ether
,being cut. to individual season and such as the. .Rebekah Sisters :Alexandria '$200,000 contracting iri '- Nets Nets
equal parts. Shrimp
measure; but any trousers of only can give company; $100,000 land company. ,
this :make in your size wilt fit QuIte 'a fcnus; sum of- money was (Richmond: :: -:- $5,001 carriage and
as if made especially for you. realized 'wtoich'! will be' sent to the wagon company;' $5,009 fuel company $2,5Q, Eye Glasses Best II rfl For'the Garden. Minnow Seines
: In this collection you will find, grand secretary and.by him to Califor and all, kinds: of Feed ; $100,000 land company. While all,the land used for the mar ,

conservative' and extreme, cuts, nia. 0 StuffsPluto Big Stone Gap-Furniture factory; ket garden and the strawberry bed Bait Pails.Large
made of finest patterned worsteds planing mill.Cuipeper$10,000! for H ought.to be smooth enough and sufficiently .
'I 'and' sslmeres, '3.00'to Not 'lfas Rich Rockefeller. -r J hardware company clear of tones to permit the

'. $5.50 per pair. If you had all the weath of Rockefel. ; laundry company; planingmill. use of the most Improved labor saving stocks of the latest

: White and. Fancy Washable ler, the'] Standard Oil 'ma'snate, you Wat.erWholesale $1.25 tools and Implements both horse and PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS

Vests," the: :new styles and patterns could not:"buy": better:'metuictne for Gloucester'fok-$25OOO! land company. : hand, the market must to'a great extent TENNIS Large GOODS stock, of
Cement block works.
11.00'to $2.50. bowel than "Chamberlain's '
complaint Parkersburg :__ $25,000 influence :the,selection of coil If COMPLETE LINE BASEBALU
Colic, Cholera'and Diarrhoea Remedy.The _' novelty the
works. market requires the production of GOODS.
:
most eminent physician can not ani
'Retails West .. early vegetables it is evident that :a I GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS.
prescribe a better preparation for col- 5 Virginia.
ic and 'diarrhoea, botl"'{o'r children! ....f'. Wallace $25,000 oil and gas com cold clay soil would be unsuitable' but BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.

H O. ANSON and adults.: TOe uniform, 'success of pany.. that a light, sandy..loam, would be ROLLER KATES.
,. this remedy. has shown'it to be su. New Orleans Grocery Co Charleston-$10,000 fuel,.company. .W: D'Alemberte needed while, again' if the market.can ANYTHING YOU WANT IN
perior to"all-others. 1C never' fails,, C ;:*. *,* $3,000 supply company: most profitably be supplied with later SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.
CASH CLOTHIER, and when reduceI'with water tnd : .' Ronceverte 'Planing mill. X varieties in.their most perfect development Call on or

Corner Palafox and Main sweetened, Is pleasant to take. Every Jas. McHu'h'1.Phone1O5 : .-. Greenbrier-Telephony,system Druggist and Apothecary : a good'strong(f oil, *!ay.or heavy rlBRUCE

family should be supplied with it. \" .. 1. ; .d '.' -.t : loam..would, be.. best-American C1'I C 1
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