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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 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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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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APPOINT COMMITTEES '. IS FOR CED'' 2'0 THE WALL SAILORS OF SEIZED BOATr'- .if '!.: :

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ICS-Pees't Fairbanks Scheduled SETTLEMENT[ [ [ OF f RETIREMENT: Traders, of Chicago, in Hands of ENCAMPMENT CHRISTMAS I ISALLOE0 Crew of Silas Stearns Under Cars '' 'l t


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y Night :OrWITTE[ OF TROOPSStates Progresso.MESSAGE ,- ;;

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MANY MEMORIALS Official Announcement Puts His Losses Said to Exceed Assets\ by Requested to Designate TO DIAL r, '

... T l[ Half Million. B BAIL ;
Resignation in the Best a Militia Organizations to Participate r

ScatteredConferences Mexican Consul this Port Rsceives .4
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Light TOTAL AMOUNT 'OF POLICIES Army. : .
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Men Will Not Go Out in Anthracite I .
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By Associated Press 10'imSTANOiljNG) By Associated, Press Alleged Slayer Judge ... :. :
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ADDRESS BY DR. ALLEN MISSIONARY Fields .if All are Giyen 6t; Petersburg May 5. Official an- GREAT dAMAGEl BY EARTHQUAKE ''Washington May .Acting Secretary" Family Allowed Freedomon NOTHING SAID RELATIVE TO. *

nouncement of Count -Witte's retire- REPORTED Oliver today sent a circular let *
TO CHINA RESULTED IN Back Their Places ment from the premiership, the retirement FROM SONO ter to the governors of the several $1,500 Bail. CREWS OF MOBILE AND GAL '. .

PASSAGE OF STRONG RESOLU of Durnovt from the minis- MA COUNTY CALIFORNIACOMMUNTCATIOMIS states having militia! _organizations inviting VESTON VESSELS BUT BEUV.p. '. -'

By'Assoclated Press try of the interior, ana! of Goremy-! RESUMED them -to send; some part of Special to The Journal.
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RIGHTS HAVE BEE4t ,
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TIONS RELATIVE TO INTERPRE. Scranton May fie There will be no kin's elevation to the premiership appeared these, troops to summer camps .with DeFuniak Springs May 5.-(Bill ED ..,.
of miners in .the anthracitecoal in Official MessengerThe WITH HEAUDSBURG.. J the regular-army. The pending
strike to-day's army Christmas ACCORDED-MEXICO SUDDE.N1.YM' f ,
TATION OF EXISTING EXCLUSION fields,"providing the operators usual rescripts: do not; onta-tn the appropriation bill carries an Item of
LAYVS: -YVILL BE' FORWARDED agree to give every man his old place slightest suggestion of the Emperor's $700,000( to;: defray the. expanses of his father Judge J. M. Christmas and BECOMES HUMANE. t

and reinstate those who have been dIS'pleasureOn the contrary the re- By Associated press. joint encampments: family near Campbdlton Fla, earlyin
TO PRESIDENT. dismissed because' they obeyed the script to Witte puts the motivesforhis : : Mr Oliver anticipates the passageof February was to-day allowed bail r
Chicago May 5.r-President Smith, .
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suspension order of President John retirement in the best possible of- the Northern Co. today ;
ill Trust was ment be informed what
I Mitchell This agreement was'reach- light, accepting the excuse of regiments; or
of the conferson appointed receiver of thE Traders military organizations be B. Carter, in the Walton County Circuit owners of the fishing smack Silas ?. 'i' -r '
ed today at. the ;Jast session; health at its face value. It } : recom- :"._
By Associated Press miners' convention -which\ ,' Jibwever 'Witte the order of Alexander Insurance Company Jon the applica- men,ed for' this duty with an esti- Court. At the preliminary hear-..Stearns seized along with other- Amerfican "- ,<: .j'. :
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Birmingham' May 5.-Bishop Chas din''not adjourn as President Mitchell Nevsky set in brilliants, which is the tion of fifteen stockholders, several n\a te of the cost for, pay, subsistence] ing in Marianna Bill Christmas, his boats by the Mexican: goveru.' .1; } (' -

B. Galloway of Miss'.ssippi: presided requested the delegates' to remain in second highest decoration in Russia: of.. them Chicago's- weathiest"'* and transportation; the dates most; :brother-in-law Walter D. Holland anda ment, apparently on a charge of flsa-f-f* 'i '
session of the Methodist Scranton until th.3 scale committee Witte also retain:: the rank of count, men. convenient and length of stay. The negro named John Justice_were re-,
at today's reports results of, the meeting; with is appointed a member,the councilof .I I' The Traders is on
Episcopal Church, South, conference. the operators.An the empire or upper house of the insurance; companies,in -the west and September 30 the charge of murder. Holland was mit yesterday received pleasant -'iw..- .. :.;;.#, .' ;

Devotional exercises were followed: by agreement was made to returnto new parliament and remains a secretary -the, trouble is :due to losses sustained The militia from 'Virginia, the Carolina subsequently allowed bail. formation.. _. i

the announcement of fourteen standing work on the terms ot the award of of state.DAMACECAUSED. I at San Francisco the amount of ; v Georgia, Florida! Alabama: Mississippi The release of Bill Christmas on Consul Diaz of the Mexican governs a :;. ;,'
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with the chairman,. the anthracit commission of 1903. .. 'and Tennessee 'encamp at bail is the outcome of habeas corpus '
committees ment called at the office of.Captalot i
which the operators are. willing .to which it is stated' -in the petition, the Chickamauga National, Park in proceedings instituted before Judge' 4-
as follows: : have continued, the miners to seek will approximate' three and three Georgia... Carter while holding court in Pensa- Warren yesterday and delivered a .telegram : I; .k:',1

Episcopacy. Paul Whitehead; Itiner. later through the conciliation board Quarter million dollars, It is' stated cola some time since.SOUTHERN from Progresso, stating UiaV' "j.r i ,

acy, J. H ,McCoy; Revivals, Gross. or by 'arbitration. ;' a' 'settl. 'ment. of BY HAIL STORM that the ,losses exceed... the assets of NAVAL. BILL.IN Captain Malfitano and the crew of tn*! ,i ,, .!
Alexander; Publishing, W... B. Pal- conditions.The : .1" Silas Stearns had been placed under
report or the scale committeewas the company by about half a million GOLFCHAMPIONSHIPS ,"H' t
mere Education, R., G. Watterhouse;I adopted b?. the convention, as dollars. v THE HOUSE the protection of the Americancon- .
Church Extension, W. F. McMurray: ; above after discussion of forty-five By'Associated Press Smith's bona! was;.fitted at two mil sul at that port. It is presumed toy. ; ;"
Missions 0. E.= Brown; Boundaries 'J.' minutes. I Albany Ga., May 5.Reports from lion dollars. | the Pensacola owners of the boat that : f,1

H. ''McLean;. Temperance: E. B. It was announced this evening that) the country surrounding Albany and The company, has'outstanding 'poli- By-Associated Press the message means that the men haVe : I
Campbell; Sunday schools, John R.! President George F. Baer had agreed] north.of this city show the damage cies amounting Jbo o ei i hundred and Washington, May, 5.--General debate By Associated Press been released from prison and are at 'v .i
Pepper; Epworth Leagues, J. M. .Bar-}' to,meet President Mitchell and the: growing crops and early vegetablesby sixty million; dollars c 'on the',naval appropriation bill New: Orleans, May 5.-Leigh CAr- liberty under the protection of the ;A: r
hail and wind storm to be
CUS;. Appeals, Bishop Galloway; FInance seal committee In'New York at two Friday's terminated in'the" house today and it: roll president of the iAudobon Golf representative of America there. .ij '
I o'cloCk Mon ''ay"afternOOn and it more than $100,000. MUCH DAMAGE. ''REPORTED
T S. Garrison: W R Lam- Is.l will be' made, a continuing order for. Club, of New Orleans won the ama- The Investigation. 1 ; !' .
the miners will return to FROM SONOMA .COUNTY
buth. thieved work 14. FUNERAL DIRECTOR'S: ANNUAL amendment and final passage. teur golf championship of the south today "When where and how the Invest*... ,j':; t 1 I '
on May
Monday. : \ .
The credentials committee reported I Formal addresses were"made" and the that' with the
MEETING IN :JACKSONVILLE I' .kland :May 3.'or first time today cup goes gallon relative to the seizure of the ;
!nrfavor't seating Rev. James Thom; .' .." the ""by Barthholdt ot title. He beat his opponent Nelson .f '
: ,>., :;-*- 'f'q, .. ,;:-: c.-, the.earthqualt eonumnnieation Misiourir Johnson American boats will commence is ; : .
.of .the Little Rock conference: ,' : # ; of South Cl1fc>>r Web''; f"No"rthCarolina le"iT'"' Tb. .. '
as REVIVALCROWSIN The annual m!,etf ng.of'the Funeral Healdsburg (Sonoma county, wa4 a;' : ,Whitne.y : "up /-eonspla.tlon .BQt.fcnown.here: Captain Warren,Js ..i'
whose'right as a delegate was questtinned i Directors and Embalmers AssociaticS rastoreci; to-day. The fact was dis- and Terrell and Weeks, of cup went'to ;R. H.Thack, Jr., a four anxious to have the matter settled as f :

yesterday.It of Florida :will convene in Jacksonville :- losed tat much damage had been Massachusetts.!. teen year old player, of Birmingham soon as possible as are the Galvesjonand "
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: was announced that next 'Friday INTERESTMEETINGS May 8 and continue until May done to business and residence'property by default, his oppon .nt.W. P. Ward 'Mobile people. :As far as can 1)9' It '
night would be devoted to hearing' fra- 12 inclusive, W. K. Robinson and\. the loss approximating half a 'being ill. ]learned nothing definite concerning : '
ternal delegates of the (Methodist: John G. Wood of,this city will'attend. million dollars. THOUSANDS() 1 ATWORK The Audobon cup was won by D D. the matter has been accomplished.Other 'I i";

church when It Is expected that Vice AT PALAFOX METHiO-: .Rev. "P. H. Whaley will by request de-[ 'Th.3 'ground! was left in ridges in Saunders of :Memphis, over J. S. Ray Crews. ':, '
President Fairbanks of the Northern liver, aa'.address, the Subject! being: Alexander valley, five miles north of ON CANAL mond of Mobile. ,1t.:
Methodist church, will make an a I- DIST CHURCH.AT.TAA. TING "Correct Obsequies." landslides damming W. E. Stauffer, of New Orleans, won The massage to Consul Diaz states! .;J': ,
Healdsburg;
; many :.
that the crew of the Silas: Stearns! .
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dress.A streams and lakes.'The' the Dixie cup from R. A. Strain, of
GOOD. SIZED AUDIENCES.The forming has been released but states nothing i
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large number of memorials: were Darien, Ga. two ;
Nothing!! in the Report damage at fiebastopol' ;Sonoma By Associated Press. up. in reference to the crews of the Gal- }.
submitted by widely scattered confer Tampa, Fla., May 5.The officials ,county is estimated at a quarter of a Panama May 5.-The canal companyhad veston and Mobile boats. In the
ences. A telegram of greetings was of Florida State Fair Association : 1-
the million.. twenty seven thousand employeeson
read from the Spartanburg conference! revival meetings conducted at deny the report published that the ., its rolls during April, nine; thous- QUINCY EXTENSIONTO opinion of many persons If this is Is a ?(
strange procedure. one crew ji.-
in session at Union. S. C. I the Palafox Methodist! church by Rev.I executive committee has decided 'to Fire at Apalachicola. and more than the.lgreatest number '
Pro. Young .J.. Allen, missionary to .Barney' Butler continue"to grow; -In hold the next 'fair in November.No Apalachicola, May 5.-Fire: destroyed ever employed by the French companies. OPEN MAY 15 American placed under consul the it protection that of the all.;, '!i
appears i"
China, addressed the conference. .As interest and large congregations are decision has ,been reached as to whether the dry sheds of the Franklin County 'Five thousand 'employees were should. Of it '
a.result of his plea for the people of the rule. Many conversions have; the fair held in here course, is realized toy? t
wilt be November or Lumber Company at an early paid in golcUast.nth.. the rest being,. this time that Mexico has peculiar: U1';
the Orient strong resolutions were been made, and still greater goes is'' I
January .hour Friday morning. paid in silver. The Georgia, Florida and Alabama laws and a peculiar way of enforcingf: ;:
adopted requesting the authorities of .expected of future meetings as the1interest !
Railway Company has announced ",
laws. :
the same Persons here in Pen.
the American '''government to so in- is increasing'with each ser ,
that its extension from Havana .
Quincy -"; ,
sacola believe that
the of alt'the
terpret existing laws as not to allow'vice. -The singing of Wm. Yates,',tiieEvan'ge'ist Fla., to Quincy Fla., will bw crews : /
have been
'boats treated alike 13 -
discourtesies and ,hardships to Chi- singer, is of high,order and _. open for through passenger service! the matter.
nese students,. merchants and others adds greatly to the" pleasure of those -- '-- on May 15th, 1906. I
visiting American: shores. The peti- who attend. I On that date through passenger 1 It is a Realization? .if ,
tion will be forwarded to President At the morning service t-day Mr., train service will be put on from I The sudden turn of affairs and the 1
Roosevelt Yates will sing' a solo entitled "Af Cuthbert Ga., connecting at that seemingly desire of the Mexican:: gov j; {(,'
Hundred Years to"Come" and at the point with all trains from Atlanta ernment to appear humane and. allow! iP '; .
evening service, will sing "The Judge: and the north, east and west via Cen-: human beings the right of a hearings{ '.
DELIVERS GREAT went Morning." I tral of Georgia Railway; at Bain-: and protection of the consul of their ',r,

'A cordial invitation Is extended to ', : Lridge. Ga., with the Atlantic CoastLine respective country is being commented .'J ',',
MANY all) >'- '''} "_ J : from all points in the southeastand upon in certain circles. It \\3\:\ r .'

PACKAGESI :-.. ." .: :, i 'i:;.: : ;;: ,; southwest.The i asked if the Mexicangovernment has t t;
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I MAJOR A. E. 'LEWIS :; ':.: !. fir,. f.": '",'i.} J'... ', & following stations will opened! come to a realization that the owners .-? tf ,
'--F'. ." ";--: r 1 on the Quincy extension on Ue above of the seized: boats have askeij 1 :!: '
HCOTON'S PHARMACY DELIVERS' I t date: Nicholson, Littman Corry and: the United ''States government to intervene ,f'
DIED'TNURSDAY' .3 ,( tL' Quincy. in this question and if the lawn
1350 PACKAGES DURING THE has been laid down in cold terms to.9 rP;,

MONTH OF APRIL-AVERAGE .. the Diaz government? It Is taken as a j l
', wz{. SPECIAL PROGRAM criterion; that humanity and rightfut-:
IS 45 PER PASSED AWAY AT ROANOKE, VA. >f.'R.' consideration is beginning to assert 1 j ;

\ AS RESULT. OF. PARALYTIC, JA......: ,. ,. AT THEY. M. c. ,itself Mexico, even if It appears &9 'j;'
Ai if certain officials there desire thing ti;
STROKE I otherwise. t r'
Hooton's Pharmacyfor .;
The records'of r '
I there will foe a Senators
Starting with today Working. (;
of April: show' total of .
the month
making a I ,....,'. i special program of some nature at the:I It is known that Senators Mallory, ;::
1350 packages 'delivered .Intelligence was received in the >f ..' ? Young Men's Christian Associalon'of Florida, Bailey and Culberson, ot""' ti
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daily average of 45 packages during city yesterday of the death 'of Major : :: 7 every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 I i Texas and Morgan, of Alabama, have ':
that month. Andrew. E. Lewis,-May 3, at his old: EtrRrr4 --, .i j o'clock. i iI i I! taken hold of this seizure question ', f

This is indeed a remarkable show- home in.Roanoke, Va.,.where he went .f1Rp'r' ,, I This afternoon W. iSl Garfield and are in daily communication! wiUK !
Pharmacy some time-ago to receive treatmentfor S.. 1 ; rPRopnS will gve! a concert with his large Edi:i Secretary of State Elihu Root concern*
ing anlshows that Hooton's paralytic stroke; son phonograph and a select list of, ing the matter. The American ambassador s: .:.;

is enjoying deserved prosperity. It Major Lewis had been a resident of .. ,<. :;.;: f records. Each Sunday the program( to' Mexico, who is stationed :
likewise shows that Hooton's quick Pensacola! for severaryeara'and had : will be of a different nature and every:' in the City of Mexico has received instructions *'- t :

delivery service is being appreciated many friends here. He resided at N .. Sunday's program will be entirely Informal -;. in the premises and it Is
by the public, and it also shows' that 1102 East Gadsden street. The deceased Any man whether he. is a, understood that the instructions hart
Hocton Is the so'e originator of the leaves a wife and several step- ':TtJfH. member of the association or not is been explicit and stron'g. '

quick delivery system in Pensacola. children to mourn h'.s! death.TRESTLE UNAE. t cordially welcome. How is This ;
W.th his usual energy and hustle -J e1Al lx t Following the program and entirely I '
Jack Hooton has purchased two new StRA17 separate from !t will! "be a Bible class! Another peculiar sight was brought -;-
bicycles, which were received yester- BURNEDAT giving instruction for the present,1 I to surface yesterday by the receipt ;'' t
day'afternoon.. These gill be used in along lines not generally followed In j information to the effect that the -

addition! to the others now In use, \A Sunday schools, later this will subdivided -I smack Tafton from Mobile had been
thereby strengthening his delivery PINE BARREN ',- -: -: into several classes .to study I towed thirty miles in order to-be placed _

system. ,,, .... -, : 7Ji(1IAfl( ( \\ special topics. A! general invitationis I in the custody of Mexican officials: F

There 'is nothing slow about Hoot :" 'i: J.' ;: ; ; _. ; :$ given to this class also. 1'I Captain Warren is pleased at the. -L
turn have taken ;
ton's Pharmacy. It is, in the first CAUGHT FINE, LATE, IJASTT NIGHT ;,; Although this class follows the: program for affairs settlement and he hopes. \
a speedy of the

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ranks of progress and is credit to i ) I first mentioned any man is per,
the city. lAND WAS. PRACTICALLY; DE- s fectly at liberty to attend either'-without -. tion.
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'i attending the other.
STROYE1D\ --ALL TRAINS
a : NO REVOLUTION >, 3
REAPPOINTMENT, .
DELAYED
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BIG WAR VESSEL '.

OF MIDSHIPMEN ;e /.: .'. i ON ISLE OF CUBA
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'By Associated Pre e.Washin'ton Pine Barren,-May 6 (2 a.m.JTbebig .. By Associated Press .
', May 5.Sena.torHale Louisville and- "ashv1Ue.trestleover .. ,. ." Associated Washington (May 5- Benor Quasar ::' '
Press
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today introduced a WU authorizing Pine Barren Creek is burningand .. da, the Cuban minister, today totally!
-- Norfolk May 5.-t1'he battleship '
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1.1 -' : discredited the*story from Florida last :. -:'
reappointment it is thought'the' structure will ;;
to the naval academy Rhode Island is ashore off York's spit,
or ,the three midshipmen recently dls- ,be practically DestroyedThe.: trestle SA3i WELL, .- \' Y>'TSIYVi&Y IS--HMSHEB-. OUGHT TO HELP! DSY:AS1 .T1C TRADEA in Chesapeake bay. Three tugs from night that a "'revolutIonary movement! ;
had been in eastern Cuba. :
made Ha
one-quarter of mile in ; sM :
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m'ssed: for hazing. Worth is about a ,
have
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/ are BIT. the navy yard gone to her as- :
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said .there DO signs of dist
1).1)?F.oster| George H. Melvin. and Rich- length!. All \raiBs:will.be delayed. sistance. were a :-
i** i., Dasa.ussure. l ill repairs can be'made. un'l News It.em-Th'e proposes.Be&ri&i'Uaa connecting :with the Siberianraflway.-1$ JmW':&, reality..... bance in Cuba. Jf



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} YERDICT[ T I Your- Baby Stork Should'-Pants'Wear" .r THE E.: 0"108Y'0 R"E' .... INCORPORATED=- :,'"... .T HE- 0-8>10 STORE Big i Clearance Embroidery Sale of



1 Sfade frgpl .a new fabric {zlot>\ : : MONDAY

The. Former Assistant Postmaster i rubber) that-is as 1 light i as a pockethandkerchief. *5 Fans for( r 5 cents SURPRISING VALUES 10 yards of Lawn for Consisting! of Fine Hamburg
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a Edges and Inserting, Fine Swiss
White, odorless, pH- '
Is Acquitted of Embezzlement ,. ": -' '- 1,000 sap Fan,JJep..e.nd; %_hut, Gathered together ;for'Monday'squickselling : 39 cents Pd-ges and" Inserting, and Lawn
able, antiseptic, and absolutely all colors, ::' Edges and Inserting, ,
waterproof., worth 75c, sale begins promptly at 8:30.: A full line of colors) to select ,SPECIAL, at 3/2c, 4c, 8c, 1Oc, 12c.
Charge. ".SPECIAL, 5',FANS FOR. $c.. ;, .from 13c, J4c, 15c, 16c, 17c, 18c, 19c,
SPECIAL: 49c._ NOTE- will be, charged at these prices 22e, 26c, 24c, 29c, 39c, 59c.
Positively goods
I ', no SPECIAL, 10 YARDS, for 39c. Not sale before eight-thirty.
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COURT/EVIDENCE' AFTER NOT RULING ADMISSIBLE: CERTAIN IN.i 100 Rolls of f MattingNew 10. yards Lawn for 69c 49 cents :Three' Vest n for '10t. Department New Arrivals: I

Jnil 1 line of Millinery
oolprs to select -
6TRUCTED JURY TO BRING. IN designs, both China. and ; For full-size Sheets, ready for 1,000 Ladies' Vests, short sleeves Ladies Jleady-to-Wear Skirts in
"Jap; from, ** from, use, and low neck u A ,new line of Sailor Hats Just gray, black and blue,. from $5.50
A VERDICT OF. NOT GUILTY- .
25 cents up. .SPECIAL, 10 YARDS FOR 69c. SPECIAL, 49c. 'SPECIAL, 3 FOR 10c. in. Come in. and pick ;your choice. up..
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HEAVY DAMAGES ASKED FOR ', '

ALLEGED"" PERSONAL INJURIES.

Special Sale of Black Taffatta Silk, (Warranted Not to Split.) .-96inch Black Taffatta Silk, Chiffon ,finish,> worth $J.75, Special


postmaster'As'acquitted G.: Brown of on Pensacola, a formerly charge was of assistant embezzlement yesterday $J.49.: A cheaper grade at 50, 69, and, 99c, every yard warranted not to split.'i'

in the United States court.

The case has been i in the court for .... ., <'= "'

some time. _. .
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During the courts of the trial the -

certain government.' Sheppard line, of through desired evidence.District to introduce The Attorney attor a- HENRY CLOPTON'S PLATFORM ANNUAL PICNIC AT 1 'Annual Picnic I


n y' for the defense objected'' and the -- -_---..............---. MAGNOLIA BLUFF
objection was sustained. District At I Ii i 1

that torney: \\i Sheppard the evidence Informed was not the admis-court Candidate for County Commissioner I J I FRIDAY MAY 11 ,

bible, that the government did not de LADIES AUXILIARY WILL HOLD
slre''to further proceed. This being Tells What He Will t '
the case Judge Swayne Instructed the .. ,. t, IT AT MAGNOLIA BLUFF NEXT 1 IO D2S CST STORE- MAGNOLJA
jury to return a verdict of not guilty Stand for if Elected. FRIDAY, MAY 11. BLUFF
the
against accused, which was done.
BYladies'
In the federal Asks Damages.court yesterday Hon. Henry C. Clopton, former ;r7 ,} Greatest Housecleaning Sale Yet
:Jams Powers filed suit for J5.000 county commissioner, three years agoa r. : The annual picnic of the Ladies Aux:;, AuxilliaryTO

damages/ against the 'steamshIp Her- representative from Escambia coun r iliary to the Brotherhood of Locomrrtive Don't worry about replacing> all the things missing, worn-out,
ty In the state legislature and nowa t'C' : Engineers will be held this week;1
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salis, the owner and captain thereof lAisnJK THE B. 07 L, E.
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were made party defendants. candidate for county commissioner k Friday. May 11, at Magnolia Bluff, cracked tarnished or Hff claims that while assisting Plain.In from District .No. 4, is making a run < i and for those who know what' these day, saves time and money for the thrifty housecleaner. Refreshments.Prize .
loading the steamship at Port Arthur that promises big things 1>>' May 15. :. annual picnics really mean no explanation \Ve can help you refit the house more quickly, more permanentlyand Contests.
Texas, he was Injured through the Ha was at Ferry Pass Saturdayand will be necessary to insure more economically than all the other stores combined. Good Music.
in his speech there he announcedthe tbeir going and having the customary; Dancing.Boating.
:negligence of an officer of the vessel. -. .For this occasion have assembled tremendous
we a assortment
following as I some of the main il f good time \ and Batbin'g.
Damages as motioned are asked. policies which he will stand for it be There will be the best of music,1dancing of kitchen utensils, glassware chinaware, table-silver, vases, statuaryand
_, Gwaltney Acquitted. is elected: l games prize contests ,boat a vast number of other articles useful and ornamental. TRAINS WILL LEAVE CITY 2:33.:
W. J, Gwaltney, who was arrested A Fine Platform. a ing, bathing refreshments and .anf This sale will surpass in importance anything of the kind ever 5:30,' and 8:30 P. M.
Friday night on a charge of .f favor the working of all public
attempt.bg' amount of fun and amusement.,.. held in town.
to pass a counterfeit coin was : roads, keeping them passible condition Trains ''Will leave the city at 2:39
tried in the municipal court yester* and a liberal appropriation for >:, 5:30 and 8:30: p. m.. "I 1 Triple values will be common. Only from Monday, till Saturday REMEMBER THE
lay JDOt'J1 ng. The charge against hinlwaS the permanent. Improvement of these The funds Derived from the affair night!
"dangerous anal) suspicious char. roac's.' :ore devoted to the good work of the: 'FATHER RYANEvENING
acter.1 After hearing the evidence in I, favor economy in the administration order a gnat part of which consists .
the ease Judg9 Laney, decided that ')a of the :Affairs of the county.I of chant and) aid to. worthy persons On Sale 9 A. M.
the accused meant no criminal Intent favor: the payment of all just HENRY C. CLOPTONSUMMARY of which the world at large never Monday
End discharged him. claims 'against the county.A hears. This year, the ladies are]
Officers Discharged. Country "Business Man. sending their own delegate to the ,
Mr. Clop Ion'is one of Escambiicounty's OF general convention at Memphis and.this LACES-SALE EXTRAORDINARY

tried Officers and Hall! and Abbott, were .; best farmers-be is a "busi requires a gpod deal of money J 40,000 yards Dainty Vals, German Torchon. Cluny, ajachlin and Chantilly TUESDAY MAY
discharged in the city ness; manwho lives in' the country ,
The public at.large invited to the. Laces with Insertion to match
court' yesterday on charges of dis- and'makes a business success of his THE_ WEATHER picnic, and the candidates in particular -, AT LIBRARY HALL,
cpa'erljr conduct In refusing to pay farmland he could ha expected .to are requestedjto'te.there.: : I 2 for 5c-5c and 10c a Yard.
tare on street
a car. Judge Laney give the county's business the same s "' f *; GIVEN BY
ruled that inasmuch as the franchise considerate attention which he devotes -" This certainfy caps the'climax of phenomenal value giving. Qur first
of the street ca!. company did not to his own business in-! the couu- The maximum temperature: yester The Life._Insurance. J order alone for this wonderful lot came to 46000. The whoelsale Is Ladies' Memorial Association.Proceeds .
elate that officers and firsmen. had to try. Everyone knows him and he has day was 80 Degrees at 2:40 p. m. and muddle has' started the public fo big in"opportunities. These values actually cannot te procured else.
pressed in "full uniform to ride the confidence of,;the people all over. the minimum. 70 degraea-at 1 a. m. thinking: The 'wonderful success that'has :where for twice the money. Designs new, unique, attractive. to go towards the erectionof
free,. but that only the word "uni- Fscambla 'county. In his summary 01 the weather'yesterday met Ballard's' Horehound Syrup a Confederate monument to Father
form" was mentioned, that It is not Observer 'Reed said: in its crusade on Coughs Influenza.;' Ryan, in Mobile.
necessary that helmets 1 b* worn by If You Don't "Conditions are unsettled except: Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles, On Sale' Tuesday 9 A. M.
officers! to ride free.Municipal. succeed the first time use Herbine ever the northwest, where there is -has started the public to thinkingof Admission, 50c.
an area of marked high pressure at- this wonderful preparation. They
will get, instant relief. Tbgreatest e,
and y U
Court tended by freezing'wea.ther.,' the tem I are all using it-: ,Join> the processionand COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK AND
Judge had liver regulartor. A positive'perature in Yellowstone Park this with sickness. Price Geisha Fire Screens 25c.
Laney several cases of cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia Malaria down 25c: (ICANCING AFTER MUSICAL.
minor importance before him yester. Chills and all liver complaints.Mr. .. morning being i$ degrees; in cons: 5Qc and $1.00. Sold 'by all druggist. ,
day; The total fines and costs quence temperatures have fallen decidedly Geisha of have much of their daintinessand
assessed C-, of Emory; Texas, writes: The dainty girls Japan put
was $31. "My wife has been using Herbine" for ; southeastward into ( issourl.It MONDAY WE' WILL' SELL 10 love of beauty into these handsome double fire screens. Made of
herself and children for five years. It }Is still states.warm over Numerous the Gulf and Atlantic CENT ORGANDIES FOR 6 CENTS. Japan cloth on bamboo frames 30 inches high, hand-painted with characteristic -
showers F. E. BRAWNER'S and Japanese floral designs. Ordinary stores charge 75
for scenes
is a, sure cure constipation and ExcursionToDay
Moments With Dictionaries. malaria fever which Is substantiatedby have snd over occurred the states in the'east Missouri of the valley Mississippi Department Store. cents. Kress' price..,.. .. .. ........ ? .... ., .. .. ., .. .. .. .25c

Many an interesting hour may bespent what It has done for my family." river ana) south of the Great PENSACOLA' LIVERY: STABLES ,

in the company of a good dictionary Sold by .all- druggists.0 lakes thunderstorms.,' attended in many. localitiesby PURCHASES AMBULANCEThe On Sale Tuesday 3 P. M.KRESS1 .

It &bould.tell you that MONDAY WE WILt. SELL HEM. Pensacola Livery Stableshas
"The depression-over--Texas, whichis
purchased the' St. Anthony's big am-
Jcinga were in the earKer.iitaes mere STITCHED LINEN HUCK TOWELS, followed
by cooler weather will
bulance FRAME SALE.
which will be used in PICTURE
connection
ly "fathers of families: ," while queen 10 CENTS EACH. NO ONE OVER advance eastward and cause rain firm's
with
that undertaking
meant at :first "wife" or "mother." ONE DOZEN. over this vicinity to-night and Sunday lors. The Pensacola Livery Stableshave par! $25 Cents,
An earl was an "elder was the F. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment becoming cooler Sunday. Winds made improvements lately
pope many ;
Special-Worth 75c.
Frame Extra
Store. along tile.West'Florida'coast willbe Gilt
,
same::18 "papa" and czar and kaiser light southwest to 'south and the purchase of this large"and
: becoming
both meant "Caesar." Lord is the convenient ambulance is indeed a>
north. '
'Anglo-Saxon hluford, meaning FOR THE LITTLE ONES.Interesting acquisition. On Sale Wednesday 9 A. M. Tug Monarch to Life

"loot distributer" "Huzzy" was In a New Store... Selling Ginger Ale.
once a respectable housewife, knave Information About the" Feet J. A. Van Pelt.nanounces to the public Henry Anderson and J. F. Reynolds, '- Kress' Notion SaleIt Saving Station and Gulf
r was simply a boy and "caitii meant of Horse. that he has moved ""his grocery representing the ,Red Rock Co., of Special
a. captive. From the name of the Now the horse never puts hia heel store to No., 116 N-.Palafox street,and Jacksonville, are }in the city in the interest
f is really wonderful the amount of notions! 'we self. 'So many in Leaving Palafox Wharf at
invites all his customers the of their firm. Everybody In
laborer the villa of theund the ball of .and public
on an old time on nor even fact, that we make a specialty of them. Compared with other stores we
Roman gentleman we get the name his foot. He stands up on the very there.in general He is in to.'a call new-building\ and < see, him and (Pensacola merits of their is already famous familiar Red Rock with ginger the.. ,can give you double and! triple values for your money. Today we offer 3.0'clock.Dr. .

TJlkii,." A pagan was originally tips of his toes, and this is in part has a new stock of fine groceries He ale which is sold In this territory a"line of Imported notions in buttons, hair pins, tombs and etc., that are

A countryman, while varlet is the the reason -why he tan trot so fast. has the same old phone number 231 : through the Consolidated Grocery truly-wonderful values. WooIIef HEE feat
s
same word as valet. Our students Dobbin's heels are halfway up his and those who delight In prompt de- Co., and which may be found!, at users of, morphine
should study their dictionaries a lit- hind legs, and what we call his knees liveries are earnestly urged to use all saloons! grocers and soda fountains On Sale Wednesday 3 P. M. PAINLESS opium eIlXJfof lau.d&num.opium,co
that phone number when in need of. -' .. ca1Ieofv.'hiskey..
tie more closely than the majority; are really his wrists. The part cor- i O large book ot particulars
PIU
M
lito, responding to the upper arm is short groceries, feed stuffs- etc. Bath Houses Ready. : oa homeorsanatorium treat

and is so imbedded in the muscles of Mrs: Bliss desires to announce that KRESS' SPECIAL NICKEL WARE SALE, AND ment.M.. WOOLLEY.
B. ,
Then Ho Rtmembered. the shoulder that the elbow comes KANDY KITCHEN WILL .one of the ladies bath houses is now Heavy Nickel-Plate Dripper Coffee"'Pots, Whiskey Cure i
"President Ilnney of Oberlin," next the body. But the horse has CLOSE CAFE FEATURE ready. Also the bath house for gen I itlanta, GeorgU.DR. .
t said old Ohio "was each limb and the tlem n. Only people of unquestioned 25 cents,
an man, a very only one digit on Notice
was given yesterday that the respectability will be admitted 'and
absentminded man When he mete wrist bones are comparatively small. Kandy Kitchen Kompany would, after -admission to the baths will close each Worth 75 cents. a
> person he knew he would stop and The so called ankle, then, is the that date, close the cafe, of their ni;ht. at nine o'clock.
say: *!: know I've melt you before. knuckle where the digit joins the 'establishment, but in the future would !

Lets see; what is your name, sir hand or the foot, and the "foot"is pay ,especial attention to the servingof Measure Party. WA1C": RgSSWIHW57'Ui
Ice cream, cake, soda water; etc., Magnoli Temple NO: 4. RathboneSisters "
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had
"After this several thick toe
: happened I only a single finger or will
and also pay especial attention to will 'Give a "measure patty"at
times to a certain student the graceless i with a great 'nail for a hoof. The all orders received for cream etc. the Library Hall next Thursday for r"' -

youth one day responded, Tom .. lower half, of the horse's fore leg the benefit of the Pearl Eagan Home:
Jones, Bar'"The is really a gigantic hand with.only Every one should attend as the .use
conjunction of the new the middle finger and a piece out of "THE OLD SCRATCH." is a worthy one and the funds are

' name with the old face shocked the the middle of the palm, while the badly needed. .
president into present mindedness corresponding part of his hind leg How theEvil One Came to be Popularly .
Excursion
Today.Don't
Known "The Scratch,
'! Be gazed fixedly at the student for, ,is a big single toed foot.-St. Nicholas One of the many as familiar Old. names of forget the bat excursion this ,

A moment and exclaimed, John ____ his satanic majesty, 1 is "The Old afternoon to life saving station' and J.
1 Steele, how you do lie I'"-New, Scratch,'* It lit undoubtedly mile to gulf on tug Monarch, leaving at '3 11 MOCK
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(York Press. The Electric Lamp. the fact that scratching t b so disagreeable -I o'clock. .. '"
The, incandescent electric lamp that -people thought It no Dental
Surgeon.Crown
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consists of-a' loop of a thin fiber of worse than the evil one. A scalp full

some infusible substance carbon, cf dandruff! keeps one. scratching all What Ho Did. s6 and Brldgtf Work a Specialty.

Spring Ailments for example, inelosed in a glass!! bulb the considered time; very not only Inelegant disagreeable 4a.polite but so- "I suppose," Remarked the man. .. Painless Extracting of Teeth.
S. Palafox
28/2 St
Pimples boils. eczema and other from which the air has been 'exhausted ciety-as it should be-because one with the rubber habit, 'that yes do. 7 and 9 Old Armory" Building.
f loss of that tired The ends of the fiber are ought to keep the scalp so clean that nothing in summer?"' _- Phone 1077
eruptions, appetite,
it would not itch. To cure the scalp ** -
carried through the neck of the bulb "Nothing but boarding houses,
fits of biliousness
feeling, indigestion of dandruff effectively, use N.ew.bro's
and connected with the replied the truthful actor.-Chicago
and headache, are some of.them. opposite Herpicide. It kills, the genn that eras
They are all radically and perma poles of the electric battery. The etes the dandruff which Is prelimin- News. jEpidemic. Morris f Dannheisser

neatly cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla current of electricity In passing inary to falling ,hair and finally bald- }
through! so ,small -a conductor has ness. No other hair' preparation (Form r1y' of Daanheisser Bros.)
|vbich :thoroughly cleanses the blood to .overcome' a high resistance,' and kills the dandruff: 'germ. Herpicidealso "So many prominent men are reported I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. F'M'
and restores healthy functional activity is a delightful and effective
very to be ill. What do Wines Beer and Tobacco.
you envypone i
E to the whole system. Tbls spring take. doing.80: it generates a heat suf !hair dressing. For sale by .W. A.D'Alem'berte" '
ficient to keep the entire loop at a druggist, aid" apothecary is the matter with them--, .,, ';' Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty
| Hood's Sarsaparllla steady temperature of white heat 121. South Palafox street or "Probably'suffering from erpo8ure -' [ t"ver 2,000,000 Sold in West. Florida_, in 1905. 12 W. 'Zarragoua Street

"' The loop is not consumed because it I send lOc in stamps"for sample'to'-The .-Baltimore American. Frank BeUly ,Agent Pensacpja Florida PEN8CAOLA. ;* .- fLORIDY *
. 'quid or tablet form. 100 Doses$1. is entirely shut off from the air. Herpicide Co., Detrott. lHcfc. : I !.- -,\y ,

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, .SUNDAY, MORNING.I -MAY. It. i. .one. III if ,
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r '. ..3. r HON. 'CHAS.. M. COSTOMANNOUNCES !: -I.I: :" :- -i-- iiiTi '!ii'; .'- c YYYSr ,

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AND BAGS: ATTRACTIVE: ARBAIN ALES.


We have just received a shipment A,S Declaration of Political 1 .


of FINE TRUNKS, SUIT Principles bylegislative -- _, _', :"C __ -p ,,_ _
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CASES and CLUB BAGS In Candidate.
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ALIGATOR, WALRUS and ;DAY' THIS, COMING WEEK ..

j s' ,
other FULL LEATHERS.If In his speech at Ferry Pass: Saturday ; ran

Mar 5, Hon. Chas. M. Coston, r.
candidate for representative In the r The R4 .
ry
f following t
expect to take very Special
you a trip' Bargainswill '
(Florida legislature, announced\ his I

this summer you should come platform as follows: -A
j 1. I am in favor of Organized go on sale Monday Morning and tf s.l,

see this beautiful line at once. ,. Union! Labor and the passage of all I ,
laws necessary to protect the laboring w) will be offered at these

TRUNKs-$5.00 to $35.00. man in his relation to his ern- Special J Prices :,
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SUIT CASE AND? BAGS$5to ployer.]2. I, am In favor of "GOOD until every yard has been closed out. j .*

527.50. ROADS" anai the passage of all laws 4
necessary, to ibuild sam and to pro


Trunks tect 3. them I ant after in favor they of-are extending built: ,the [ w: -: :- THE EARLIER you come THE BETTER the Selection

school term of the country schools, so -:-:-
that,it will be equal in length tothat: I
$$5.00 0Cases $35.00
of the city schools; .and of, grantingto Embroideries
and
them all the other: privileges now Laces Waists

Suit and Bags enjoyed by the, city:schools. CH'AIS.' M.- COSTON. 90 pieces fine Special Bargains : ..
I in favor the "JIM Embroidery Bead- 73c
4. am of White Lawn Waists, nicely ;
CROW LAW" and of white suprem ings; applique, actually lOc made for. ..' ..45c for. Monday only ..
?
$$5.00 to $$27.50 "POLITHOAL GRAFTING." values, to feo in this, sale, per ? ? ? ? rand

acy.6. I am in favor of a' uniform system 7.. I am in favor of the nomination yard.. ., ? ? ..' ? "_ .. ..3*c 1.50, sheer) White Lawn Waists, will surely interest you -t ''
beautifully made t'. ..
to .
go a 98c
of free school books in the public and election of all officials of the 15c to .2'5c values, in Flouncings, !
C schools. county and city by a direct vote of and Insertings, to go at.10o29cio $2.50 and J2.T5 extra fine White 10 yards best Standard Prints and i. ," }

6. r' am In:favor of. the Constitution the'"'people. ,40c values choiceststyles Lawn Waists, beautifully trim Colicoes, only one pattern to a +' .

of the Primary Election! ,law In 8., I'am in favor of the establish-- to go at.., igc50c med'special.. H .. ..... ...-.1.98 customer for .. .. .. . ..396 S

the state county, and city; BUT I meat of "A BOARD' OF EQUALIZATION and>- 65c Flouncings and In- (Special prices i sane White'Lin> 50c .Hammack Pillows at half -

lS AM 'IN FAVOR OF ITS BEING! : SO OF TAXES FOR THE COUNTY sertings, choicest St. Gall Em- gere Waists I this, week.Skirts 75cPRoman .. _. . ...25c ,
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-J IN OF' ESOAMIBIA' ." that the burden '
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AMENDED SO AS TO PREVENT so "' "ide'rles, for Stripe Repp Drapery, a
I THE FUTURE, AX& FORMS OF I cf taxes 'can be' placed on all'aUke. .- rare bargain .. . .. ..390v r u ;.

Extraordinary bargains In French Best 12c Berkeley Cambric to ,}
and Round 'Thread Val Laces in 12 'go 10 yards to each customer ',

CANDIDATES AND THEIRCONSTITUENTS yard pieces at 25c, 39c, 49c, 75c and $1 Washable Duct Skirts worth $1.50 for. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ?93c ;
COTTRELL .1 per dozen. .speciaL.; .. .'.. .. .. .: .98o 10 yards best 36-inch Dingo SheetIng -

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Gray Tweed Skirts worth $3.00, Domestic for .. . .. ..49s {

Pensacola Fla.' ... special .. .. .. .. .. .$1.98 Ladies' Sheer White; Handkerchiefs .
TOGETHERtabor Silks I .' Mohair/Sicilian Skirts, J5.00: val- Irish hand z
,. I' .. _._ embroidered. r
I :, no, Inl... A AA nuni. /> -- .
"VI v".o. .. .. ..t ::1 u..o. WV1LJl vc eacn, lor half '
DIAMONDSSomething 40c White" Washable Jap Silks ."'.. White Linen Skirts ranging from price. ... : . .. .. ... 5s '4. "f, [ ;

Neat and NewinThem special .' 20c' L25 to .. ... .. .. .. .$9.75. 15c Dotted Swiss 36-inches: wide '
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W., A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St pbnents met and shook hands on me 75c All-lSilk Check and Fancy Loui-, ".:, ,New Overplaid, Mohair and Panama in Mill Ends 'Monday only ..8s .

Knights of L ( Picnic at f Ferr," friendly terms. stn siene, special.,.'.47J/I c Skirts all at special cut prices this lOc Embroiderery Beadings, and "1', "
Ferry \IPlass. people know how to e week. !Applique, the greatest ';,.

TURTON & BELL. Pass Was a Great tertain a crowd. They demonstrate nM! $1.00 36-inch Black Taffeta Silk, ever offered at. . .bargain. .3c :1.i t !},' '
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE '
1870. the fact yesterday. The have Gone 68!%c59c 40c Gilt
Belts '
,
itt special for t
Monday 25c
Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs.R. for twelve years and have not forg<>tHl and 65c Fancy Louisine Silks, Remnants I 36-inch All-Silk Black Taffeta :>- ...
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Success.
ten the art. Six launches carrii special ? ,
.32' quality, for ,
Monday only . I'
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passengers to and from the landii ng! $1.39 of ,Ginghams and Domestics 68xc '
K. WHITE Fancy Taffeta and Liberty of PlaitSOc Damask Lunch Cloths, white ,. '
Watchmaker, Manufacturing'Jeweler, and Graduate and all sorts of conveyances from tl e \Silks, to go ed;Lawns, and Batiste of White with red borders, at half price. .25e .: ; .
THOSE SEEKING OFFICE ,ADDRESSED t. ox carts to the fine double team we re Goods and, Table Damask less than ac. 43x43 Mercerized L .
Optician,30 & Palafox Street, Pensacola Fla. in requisition Damask Lunch : ,
across country f
tual cost. r
Cloths
THE CROWD, AS DIE I Lawns and 90c quality, special. .69c i
Organdies 35x35 :Mercerized Damask
MONDAY' Lunch t '
WE WILL; SELL !20 ::: .'

Tersely ToldPLEASE OTHERS-BABBECU ED DINNEf YARDS LONSDALE BLEACHE D ;Worth 15c in dots and newest,flor* Muslin Underwear Mill Cloths Ends, 6ac of quality best Standard Monday only 45c fi. .J.' r' :

WAS ONE OF THE FEATURES- COTTON FOR.$1.60. NO, ONE OVE R al designs for .. .. .: '.;.8o ," coes, 6c and 7c values Call- : r. ,
ONE CUT. One,lot of Corset Covers, chemise Monday S&cCurtains : j i"
DO NOT PAY CARRIERS. Worth 12%c in plain grounds and "i'.
"UNCLE CAL" TIPPIN OFFfCIAT F. E. BRAWNER'S, andGowns'nicely made worth i
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Several complaints have reached floral effects! i
Department Stor:e, .. 8ic, ,75c'lo: go at ._, .. .. .. .. 49c ,
Ths_Journal office recently that when ED AS CHAIRMAN. Worth 15c in sheer printed Organdies One lot'of fineMuslin .t "

followed to their source show that ,.. ,f, ., for. .. .. ..S1C : Skirts 'H" ,
? Gowns, Corset
subscribers ,have paid some of the -- Worth 15c Covers and Chemise 200 sample pairs of Swiss and. Not f- '
carrier hoys. In these columns re M3HOJ tarot 'JSIJOJ M0[ '.lano.l q.rut new tinted grounds, in beautifully made, choice tingham Lace Curtains at 40 \ ;; !:
peatedly has appeared the advice: :The Knights of Labor picnic and sn tnaogjns; }[ pore 'q}ana;) -ass aty( Pekin .stripes and beautiful' of entire line Monday . .. 98c less than their value. See per cent ""' -f' .
Oon' not ,the carriers. Two of barbecue at Ferry Pass yesterday wasa "qsg Sujiu PSJJJ jtmsaaj JOluoisseoons gsat3 prlntiffg for.. ....-:',8c All our finest Muslin Underwear at bargain lines 49c the special '
pay at 69c 83c L
great in The sgala; I1SJqJ Jf.I; } XIS $1.19 tV
The Journal boys are in serious success every way, special I, cut price.Remember and $2.90 per pair. .
trouble because they have acopeted day was ideal and the crowd large w.uazop '- 11 r f. .

money from subscribers. When subscribers and enthusiastic. The speakers weretntertainrng Eamn B jreq Xpprab! raaqj Su\\!t White.Lawns and that we are offering the If you need Curtains, this is your J f .
each ,of whom had da.t greatest; bargains you ever in opportunity.Don't ,
pay their subscriptions they -rs 'pno11{ Zlu.MIIol! eirj p erg saw aft : '
are given cards which should be something to say, and apparently desired 'sala1od Dotted 'S Embroidery Edgings, Beadings, Insertings 5 ,= '
punched. Boys do not carry punches.The to say It and.A pleasing Jeaturei 010.:1- oseijj.SSTJOUT tit. WISS and F to u n c in9 s. %{t1f- '

collectors ct>. Insist upon having i is! that good humor prevailed among 20" ,. eti .- I Ladies' and Children's Ready-to* Miss .the Great ,,: i
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your card punched and then you will those opposing each other. The dinner {: JTIOJ! jaaj anoj}nq.BIasoi ;tg.ta q{ yards for.sheer. 10c white India Wear Hats at special cut prices ... : '
Linon
made no mistake. was spjentfld] and the barbecuedmeat {& 'BDWJY! jo uamqsnqdd aq} a.rn .$1.00 Ladies' elbow length Silk Lace Closln gout ; ,' '
excellent and all present had. a 15c and 19c extra,fine White India Mitts, in black white i
;jsajjoqs eqj 'saq:>tl! tIaA S or at 39c, 49c59c Remnants t
Ithoroughly good time, which in a }a si Linon to go now per yard,. .. .12c and 69c per pair.New Sale of \::,
P, Brown, of Pine Barren is In the tells l.ay aiiqBja UBTH, ,treouainyHBOZ : : ',
terse way the story of Call'di.date"s 2tl.IaAtl 25c sheer Persian Lawns, 45 inches Gilt and White Embroidered ;
city for 'a few days. Day at Ferry Pass. aqJ SWJaqA 'saq:>tl! tIataaJ } > .

R. L. McKinzle, a prominent citizenof This somewhat: historic old spot, a.1Y spIIBs a9Blaes at.L{ Serial Sale ofTOWEL dl '

day, is in the city under the great oaks beared with 'nBaBji!! ,ptrn stlsanb.I'llJ'i eq'pUBI{Bau Z Nainsooks, special, per yard.. ,.5c Japanese Floor Mats :i _. .
mesa, where so many'polItical another ; eial '
J. D. O'Connor and W. Bell,left last meetings havp heen held, wasa 80UI'8S jo saAH11u aqr sapnIJ I loc dotted Swiss in Mill Ends, f ,

night for a short visit to ,New Or scene of' 'anlma. on from earl .tl! t{:>!t.1aj'81{ pnBjsr ;Bq{} 'sums!g assorted dots, to go per yard at 8e in small sizesat ;s' .

leans. morning until late ,in the afternoon.The yaudtod: aq} ale ardoad saIfB} aqJ, .25c extra fine White Dotted Swiss ,

'fair August Grosskopf and'Messrs. attendance is estimated at about 'eldoed; 40 11f6iH'S to go in- this sale for.. .. .. ....19c Half Prices M ondaLTMHNLannon if..
1500.. Most of the candidates for :,
Jeo. ,and O. Johnson left Wednesday ,
night for St. Louis, where they will accept I county offices were in attendance and }tI HIL8.1J O}tl! dual st aq W" ;
1 most of those on the grounds had
positions.It aq} 1'8t{} jiKioiA! os srnoisuBdxa! aq !
T.-
something to say as to why they
2 should' be the choice of the voters. PUB spray! ,aqj sazuodcA! Stmrjqj

pays to insist on having Blue ,"Uncle Cal" Tipin was the chair- aqi jo B3q aqjsassS, o) 034 aq} I:
Ribbon Lemon Vanilla. Absolutely
or -
&
pure. Goes twice as far as other ]wan of the gathering' and he filledIhe ut eying*! aqj jo UOJSWAUOD! uappns Coo ,
1 chair as he' usually fills everything
kinds. i t: to overflowing aq} Aq pasnsa: aoioj a.\soIdxa! asB t1. .

Candidates SOIO}B o} 931} B sleaeq} aO.IJ9{
Speak. '
MONDAY WE WILL SELL HEMSTITCHED I. 2muqi! B Iq psjisxa3Ui aJ.IoJ IBariztaq: i"- '
Candidates for seats In the legislature
LINEN HUCK TOWELS I 9q} q:antII os on si ILL
} t o '
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10 CENTS EACH.' NO ONE OVEf i Sullivan were, -Jr.called, started, for the first ball and rallin Jarry -'i; eqj aoj AiioqjnB! et }puo Bqj : ala: : : : : = ',, -:' :--: i!: 'J'"
ONE gIII
DOZEN. F. E. BRAWNER'S He was followed by. 'Messrs.Jacob :, }19dl9 UB 'tIoBtIplV[ IOSS3JOIJ u,____ 11-. ,

Department Store. Long and their COst platforms n. They and, each left their announced 'HJ.L II sawg! 6uiuyell! UilfM .<+...:..:+:+:...:+:+:...:...:+:...:...:..:...:+:+:.:it..1i..1r.: : .:+a-:+:... Missionary Society wfll meet Thurs: nue Mission at 3:30 ......
C. ,
p. m. ]F Zeek ;
fates in the hands' of the ,people to I : day afternoon at 3:30. superintendent. All are cordially' .
ua I In- !: .
MAYOR BLISS HAS COMPLETED decide In ten days. Messrsy,Clopton, Gadsden Street :Methodist Church- vited
A FINE CEMENT SIDEWALK< Wiggins and Andrews',followed( with IC -'qJa201 811Id 0"1 asoq qni oj dies Services 1 at the Churches Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor., Regular I ,. 7'

their arguments' as to 'why they -S303U< st..H jq&i!{ aonpwd:: oj a_oq services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Christian. !

Major Bliss has just completed ar 1 should be elected county commissions aqf no jaq}o aq pun qojBca{ aq} jo school 9:30: a. m. J. B. Tiller, First Christian church 43 B

elegant sidewalk in front of his residence ,_ For county treasurer' the three pus aqJ uo fled atlo'sIBd OA} to a.IY i1.B.K.J: ":"':"':".:"': .:-t("':"':"':+:+:+:-t(+:..:+:+ Sirpt. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Gregory street. Sunday school' 1 .

166 feet in length.:. It was built t aspirants, M ssrs. Wijlia'ms, Wrigh- aJ8} mat{} a7BiII t'St(J SaaIIESgn9.aq; } IMuscogee, Wharf-Rev. F.! A. Rogers 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey Supt. .

by Mr. ''MandevIUe, the expert ceme nt t ton and Welsh, told how they would 9AUq "qapltIT Lajes" pan-e: os a ttL The usual order of" services will be at 9 o'clock with High Mass and Procession T. L.pastor.Briggs, supL Sunday Preaching school 3 4 p. m, Communion at 11 a. m. Prayer "
for the people's Nail m.
care p.
meeting
worker, who is a ''partner with the money. 'JIB IIaBxo : followed by the churches of Pensacola with the Blessed Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All ... ._
9qj jo Sacrament. Rev. Geo. W.
aq} Carpenter
business McK. Oerting and J. S. Roberts said qtn{ npla! I will preachat cordially invited.
mayor in the sidewalk ; and with but few exceptions. Rev. Rev. Father }
Goevert _
who paved DeLuna street in such fine they wanted to :.collect the money, or os S3nm ;! asneaaq alga H 1as O} Geo.today.W. Carpenter wil preach at the' the Tuesday will say Mass at the 4 p. m. services today. Ji-
morning service. 'f.
of it that the treasurer will noiptij disc S3imbai I' Special *
'
r some Second Church
work is made oi 9Rn sruoqdsoqj of Christ
workmanship. This Muscogee Wharf Mission at 4 p. m., services will be held tonight and Monday Scientist 'M:
handle and to attend strictly
the very best materials! ; each sectionbeing ; promised : *;i jo pqa 9q; no sruoqdsoqdSBq { '.Both morning and evening services at' night Church of ChristChurch The Second Church of Christ ij .
to business If ,
: they were only given Scientist-Service
complete within itself with, an ?i asnBOsq ,paqqnz si H t uagetalg the Lutheran church will be in English.I of Christ, cor. Jackson and every Sunday .ft .
the !
job of tax collector. morning at 11
Alcaniz Streets.. o'clock, .
expansion joint between' EO that the sajB{ } gaBlu{: ,uonnnoo: aq There will ""be no services at the First Episcopal. Bible school 10 ternoons 3 Wednesday & ::1't; ;
{ o'clock.
walk will not crack and break with: Excellent Dinner. sa'SSaIeS Baptist' church, but Sunday school wine Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.and 7:30 p. Reading room j'..r.
the expansion of heat and cold. :Then I The barbecued beef was' -a treat, ., Py+e.ayeeW meld! held at the usual hour. D. D. Rector. Services will be held m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer meeting open where daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. ;f

it permits! of a section being removedto I the cakes and pies' and different pasI I., At SL Joseph's Catholic church 7:30 and 11 a. m. Sunday school as Wednesday evening 7:45. Song practice be Christian had. Science literature ,

lay or repair pipes or'cut. the rootsof i try supplied by the ladles was of the ,Forty Hours Devotion will begin usual. Thursday 7:30: p. m. All wel- pie.may Room 6 Masonic Tem !" ,.

trees that force the walk above I best culinary art and there"as;, with High Mass at 10 o'clock and continue St. Katharine's-Cervantes I come. ,....

grade. !'Aside from the paving about plenty for all. Around -'the. tables'verybody '! The 1306 Model until 9 a. m. Tuesday morning. street Rev. Andrew T. and Davis First Church of : .
Sharpe, S. Christ,
Scientist
? had chance to say"some-l( .
a Lutheran Church. I
the union depot and'In DeLuna street Special services will be held Sunday,T. B. rector. First Church of Christ
and various candidates ( Scientist! : ;
the mayor now has the finest stretcof hmasfe' the the targets for much of were the RemingtonSholes and Monday evenings. ]!!i Sundays: 7:30 a. m.,Holy Common German Lutheran Ourch-Rev. J. Service at 11 a. m. Services will be" ..t'.
stone walk In the city. This kind fun; and jokes. Services will be held this morning' at ion; 9:30 a. m. Sunday school; 11 a F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Sunday held in tho: Pensacola Library building t 8
of walk is the 'very best and if it is, St. John's church, Warrington. No m Morning Prayer and 'Sermon (First t school 9 a. m. English services 10:30a. l on East Chase street. .;

put down right it will last a life time I Mr. Beard's'Speech:. services today' at Century Mission. i 1. and third Sundays, Holy Communion) m. and 7:30 p. m. *, :.:.{

After the dinner Hon. John S. Beard with its billing Following is the order of servicesat 5 p. m: Evening Prayer and sermon. Scandinavian Lutheran Church- MONDAY WE WILL SELL 12 .:'
MONDAY WE WILL' SELL 10 who will represent Eicambia! county new attachmentsand the various churches in the city today Week days-5 p. m. Wednesdays Services at 10:30: a. m. and 5 p. m. YARDS LONG CLOTH FOR $1.00. 1
I .
instantly ;
interchangeable car- and Rev. : :
IIi the next senate, was the principle Helle pastor. t
YARDS : Fridays. F. E.
SCOTCH LAWN FOR 25 riages, tabulator and two-color BRAWNER'S"Department .!
j
Mr. .
Beard the I ;
CENTS. NO ONE OVER ONE PAT speaker. occupied ribbon movement, is the most complete Saints Days-10, a. m. Holy Com Storo. lfo I II
platform for acme' forty minutes and Baptist
TERN. combined I munion.St. i'? ,
the people would have listened for Catholic. I I John's Church, | First Baptist Church Sunday,
Warrington- !
f. E. BRAWNER'S forty minutes more and not: com-- St. Michael's Church First mass 7, school 9:30 a. m. No
Billing and 'Rev. J. R.. Bicknell priest in charge. other services.I Order Eastern Star. ..;
Department StoreE. 'clear:: definitions o'clock; children's mass 9 o'clock; "
plained. He"gaV" .3. Services at 11 a.,ro. No evening ser East Hill Baptist Church, 11th A Te..1 Regular meeting Florida .
to his nalus--on; the more important last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers and .J;
,, vices. and Chase Street
Correspondence -Rev. J. W. Chapter No. 14 ,0.
,
W.' WALTHER NOW that occ"i benediction 7:30 p., m. i>1i:
IN issues will py'thea'ttenlion Century Mission -Rer. 'J. R. Blck- fit, pastor. Sunday School at Senter-I) E. S., 8 o'clock p. mTuesday .. ,
BUSINESS ROMAN :
AT 12 W. 7 :
A the.leglslatureduring St. Joseph's Church-Sunday
of the coming a. *
machine manufactured. Designedas Low instruction m.1 nell, priest in charge. No services to m. Preaching every second and fourth j May 8. Toe r .
session and his.reasons for his Mass and ; S a. m.
.
it
was for fast service, built for Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 degrees of the Order :
p. m.1
E. W. position on these subjects. hard Sunday school; 10 a. m. High Mass: day. i .
Walthsr the well known use,recommended by experts Prayer meeting will be conferred. Visiting ,
every Tuesday night :
tailor: U again in business at No. 12 After /Mr. Beard1 speech' others, and guaranteed ag inst'wear, it is and instruction; 5 p. m. Vespers, Ros at 7:30 o'clock. 4 members are cordially ({ -

West Romana street where he will 1 and none,of them candidates-, were offered as the idealTypewrite'r' ary and Benediction' of the Blesses:' Unlversall. West Hill Baptist church, W. Jack invited. 11 a-
be pleased to ,all callea1 to the 'stand and entertained Sacrament. Mass during the week Is TJnJvcrsalJst Church East ,
meet of his old First son street Rev. J. W. Senterflt, MRS. ELLA BEYER W. M. "
friends and patrons. !Mr. Walther Is the crowd. Among them"( were R. P at 7:30 a. m. except on Mondays and Chase stresL Sunday School at 10 a. tor. Sunday school 10 a. m. pas MRS. ALICE WILSON"' Sec. .n;
of Reese. Prof. I. E. Allen without hIs I Fridays, when It is at 8 a.. m. During '
line the very best tailors in the m Y. P. C. U. 6:30 p. m. All areco"rdfally Ing'every first and third Preach.J
south fiddle) Frank I* Mays{ ,Scott Ds.. Lof-,; May and October Mass is at 8 a. m. R
and his work invited to attend.
attracts attention for a. and 7:00 Escambia
producing the most good work iatheshortesttimewiththeleasteorte 1 m. p. m. Prayer ; Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. :
wherever it ls'seen.,, tin and Prof J. ,M. Tate: t Confessions in the evenings before very Sunday 7 p. m. Regular communcatlon of tl-, ,
Altogether "tbeoccasiou was a most Sundays Holy Days'of Obligation and
enjoyable one. It was warm but!,, Write today for foil desutD4owLocal First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Methodist JV- Escambia Lodge, No. K, >i\...&' f: <
MONDAY WE Agents wanted for Presbyterian.First X2/C A- M-, Monday, May 7th, at
WILL SELL 10 the rain of the previous night had r unoccupied territory. Baptisms Sundays a:. 2 p. m. or by Palafox Street Methodist Chur h- Presbyterian 'Tr\ 7:30 o'clock. J
'ARDS Church-Rev. VAiting bret 'f
SCOTCH
LAWN FOR 25 had a mitigating ct upon' the tem appointment. Rev. W. Q. Vreeland, pastor, Rev. ;
Julian S.
CENTS Sibley, pastor Sunday ren fraternally Invited.
NO ,ONE THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. ir
OVER
ONE PAT There were numbers of la assistant. :
TERN. perature.' Majestic Bldg., Chicago Forty HourS Devotion begins this J. Barney Butler. Services school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor C D. BEYER, W Z .r F
dies present and"ther-took'a deep in- morning at 10 o'clock, with High Mass 11 a. m.and .7:30: p.m., Sunday school 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a m. W: G. DAILEY, Sec. '
F. E. BRAWNER'S terest 1n the speaking and the speak and Procession with the Blessed Sac- 9-30 a. m. J. N. Andrews Sup and 7:30 Pnu 1 .t.
_
Department Store. I ers. Th'e speaking was clean,and op- JACKSONVILLE.204 West;Bay Street F!!.A. I ramelJt. and loses Tuesday morning Epworth League 6:30: p-: m. Home Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave- 'TRY BOSSO'S, CREAM. PHONE. 1323 r :1!,

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\I -. ,t PAGE_ FOUR THE PENvSACOLA. RN.AL, SUNDAY MORN-'! .fCfM.P: _, _V 6, 1908._ -
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'been supported by popular subscription Hobson Boom for I

itnt4aianttai.t ,.i,,.e, ,.the..business- men in front of '
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the Presidential Nomination.
whose places the sprinkling was done -
,

v have chipped tn'so.. much per monthto Mr. Richard P..Hobson, the hero 'o f A Word t'J:., .-, _", :,'..' < -_- ". .-.,
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pay the street sprinklerfor his the Merrimac,has just been nominated \ ; : ; -' : -
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4 work. Tae plan'has never been satisfactory for congress from Representative .. o< '
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. .jt,
because some business men Bankhead's district in Alabama, and :

p =PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY did not care to help bear'the expense some of his friends are now tryingto '

and the service was not ,as complete start a boom to nominate him for Candidates 4 :
\\i ...BY .. '
> and regular as it should have been. the presidency. It Is announced in

THE JOURNAL COMPANY., The city itself should do the street! this connection that the friends of Mr
,
,
R sprinkling. It should do It not only Hobson are going: to try to reconcilethe ,.\..

because the work' n be more satisfactorily differences between himself and

s FRANK U MAYES President and General Manager. done by the city but becauseit Mr. Bryan. and ProgressiveYou ; :

1 is a work: which belongs properly to Anyone who' remembers the fool _

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the city and which individual businessmen Hdbson, made:of himself at the St j
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should not be compelled to pay Louis convention, 'and his, remarks '
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for. there about Mr. Bryan and the labor .

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Journal recommends that the unions, wll.t hardly 'consider. either the, Business Men

I One Year....*.... .........$5 00 One Month........ ......'... 45 board of public wor'ks take the matter I, reconciliation or his proposed candidacy -

Six Mouths......e........ 250 One IW ek..... ............ 10 up at once, to the effect that the i seriously.
Three Months...... ....... l 25 Weekly Edition, per yar.l O(
streets In the business portion,of Pen Hobson is a bright young man and .

sacola be properly sprinkled every day ,we are rather pleased to see him break]

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed during the summer season. The business i Into congress, but the idea of his be-.

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. men and the 'public are entitled I coming in 1908 the is democratic about as standard ridiculous bearer as of course, want to impress voters

to this consideration. were: his! alleged osculatory* perform

ances in 1898. -

Offices,108 and 110 East I Papers on Saloon Trains :Among the contributors ,to the San and prospective customers favorably.To
I
Government. Phone 38. .and at all News Stands.FENSACOLA Francisco relief' fund is the Typographical : St Andrews wiU'shortiybe con .

Union which gent $12,000.00In nected with the outside"world by a

bills of small denomination to be railroad and Apalachicola, also thinks do so must have NEAT
the has.'one in sight Railroads and you
used by, .the union printers of the real estate the -jboom in West
FLORIDA, SUNDAY' MORNNG MAY 6, 1906 are' on,
stricken city. Florida. '

PRINTING. We can turn you out

A Fearful Arraignmentof that he.is Innocent of the crimes which '

these acts and conditions, if they are w...:++ +:+ .::+
the Amour Packing Co* true, have resulted in. If they mean that kind of work on short notice and

Jn the current number -of Every anything at all, they mean murder,for 1| | Said of Pensacola Ii ,

body's Magazine Mr, Upton Sinclair the selling for human food of this kind

presents an array of facts and figures of product can result in nothing else and .Pensa.coliansWill j l / can give you the UNION LABEL

regarding the killing of diseased animals but murder and some one must necessarily 's -, .
.
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at the Armour packing houses be the The ; 1
murderer. .
practice t+t+ft"'X ft.x, : ., ... on or it
which are as revolting to every sense should 'be stopped and the guilty one I every piece I

of morals and' decency as they are or ones. should be punished :As Mr. '
I Cake a Good Run. the general and best Interests of his
_
startling In the criminal conditions Sinclair says: "One hundredth partof _
Hon.-John S. Beard, candidate with whole people in whose.interest in public -
:which they describe. what: I have charged, ought, if it is out opposition for the Senatorship 'ol affairs he has always been an ac- .

Mf(, Sinclair shows by the affidavitsand true,. to be enough to send the guilty the Second 'District, is to be a can. tive, faithful and conscientious work

statements of ,employees of the man to the fcallows.' One hundredth date for the office of President of .er....::.Tallahassee'*.Times-* s Democrat Ma.yesPrinting Company
the Senate. He will make a good
.Armour Packing Company that the part,of what J have charged, ought, if one, but his well known reputation for All Should Follow' Suit

carcasses of animals afflicted with It is false, to be enough to send me to forensic eloquence may suffer.-St Pensacola's health authorities have

"lumpy jaw," tuberculosis, gangrene, prison." ,I Augustine Record. decided to bani&h all hogs and hog FRANK!( L. MAYES, H.JEUDEVINE, B. S. BERNARD,
*, e pens from ,that city, a ,thing Jacksonville
and cholera, are regularly worked up President. Vice-President and Manager. Secretary-Treasurer.
into food for consumption by the publicat Pensaoola's city hall and sewer system Booze Seller* .Assessed.A did many years. ago and which
In the
should
be town
large, and that the condemnation? will soon be under way of con Pensacola saloonist who sold State.-lJacksOnVille: done inevety'Metropolis. 24 W. Government Street. Phone 181.

of is struc on. Then watch the sand fly Sunday "booze," was assessed $350 s, s. s ,
meat
by government inspectors by the court. It Is perhaps'but fair -
and the city begin to boom. -
Remains to Be Seen.
In openly disregarded by .
cases '
many, to state that the payment of the fine
John Beard ds Escambia county'sonly
the packing house authorities.He cut the profits of one day's sales '
Pensacola Has No of candidate for"the State Senate,
quotes the testimony of a former Way Apalachicola: Times.* -s's i I and John will, therefore be electel.It tricl No. 2, subject to the action uf

superintendent of the Armour slaughter Disposing of Garbage. Pensacola ,Persistency I remains to be seen just how he will T Political AnnouncementsRATES. the primary of May 15th.

houses to the effect that he had stand on Wailes4Beard--claim which JOHN A. MERRITT
Pensacola.l is a city of 25,000 people A !pensacola man is persistence will come up for.ito biennial passage -
"seen cattle into Armour's stock -
come and she _has yet no means for the re- when looking for a job. A fellow before the next session of the Legis- For Justice Peace, District No. 2. I hereby announce my candidacy for
yard so weak and exhausted that they duction Or disposal of the hundreds of wanted to get a position as sanitary, lature.-Gadsden County Times. The rates for political announcements I re-election to the office of county com
expired in the corrals, where they lay irspector and! said, he had the endorsement *' t I I hereby announce myself as a missioner from District No. 2, subjectto
r I tons of garbage that annually accumulates : I of seventeen members of : not exceeding 8 lines, to run candidate for the office of Justice of the action af
for an hour or two, until they were Should Take Warning.If till the 15 follows the Democratic pri
primary of May are as
throughout the place .the council. On being told there was Mexican" gunboats begin to capture the Peace. District No 2 subject to mary.
in and
skinned
afterward hauled put To ,tone who does not:live,here and :only twelve in all he said he had just our fishing;,boats off the Cam The :Daily Journal....; ...... ..$1000' the action of the- Democratic primary W. J. SENNOTT
on the market for beef or into the canning returned from Mobile 'Where he had our friends May 15th and would respect
know the conditions as they exist, peche banks, should not The Weekly Journal. ...... ... 5\ 00
department for cans. It was the secured the other five. He will no of !IPensacola ana Tampa'take warning fully ask, the support of the honorable For County Commissioner Dist No. 2.
this may seem a remarkable statement doubt win out. -Punta Gorda. Herald These rates are strictly cash in advance vote of the good citizens of Pen.
custom to make a pretense of killing ? It seemS' our policy of exclusionis and announcement will be I hereby announce my candidac
no sacola and Escambia :
in .such cases. The coagulated 'blood ,:but Jt is a fact nevertheless., producing imitation at, last: 'What Inserted or run under any .other condition Very respectfully county., for county commissioner from District
The garbage which is collected at Afraid of Earthquakes.! about tariff reprisals? -Jacksonville No.3
,
In their veins was too, sluggish toflow J. L. BELL. subject to the action of the
certain in Florida has always appeared to be TimesUnion.t<. Democratic primary of May 15.
and Instead of getting five gal points the city, dally; week "* 's
exempt from danger by earthquakes For the State Senate.
A. C. BLOUNT, JR.I .
Ions of blood which is the amount ly, semi-occasionaly, as the spirit but the awful experience of San Fran Friends "of The People, I hereby announce my 'candidacy

commonly taken from a healthy steer, happens to move the garbage collec- cisco and other California cities excites John Beard.hasten"":given the fieldin John St Beard. a candidate for the for the office of Justice of the Peace hereby announce my candidacy
nomination to the State Senate In the for the Second District of Escambia
would tor, is hauled just outside of the city our apprehensions., The California Escambia; couptyjn his candidacyfor for County Commissioner from District
a :mere dark-red: clot form at Democratic primary called to be held' County subject to'the Democratic
quake is said to have been! the State Senate, Mr. Beard is
; I' No.3.
subject
the wound. In other words, the ,Armour limits ,and, dumped onto a vacant lot, tlnctly noted .by, scientific, apparatusIn'Wasb.lngton. one of the most p'ronounced friends of May 15th,. together with other speak. Primary to beheld May 15th 190$. the Democratic to the action of
Primary of May 15
establishment was selling car there to rot and evaporate and .jeopardize : ,. and'when 'Charlestonwas the people in thjs State and will be a ers, will, address the people of Es-! R. L. NICHELSEN.I W. A. SHELBY.

rion. the health of the community striken a few years ago- the power at the next'session of the Leg camWa county upon the political is -
sues: of the flay at the following hereby'anounce myself a candidate '
This same man further makes affidavit generally. shocks were felt throughout Florida.No llaturGa.1nes Sun. For County Commissioner Dist No.4.Iherebyannounce .
times and places for the office of Justice of the -
human could avert .. f s : .
thatWhenever- \Pensacola should have a garbage precaution sucha :iMillview Thursday night, May 3. Peace for District No.2. subject to myself a cand
disaster, but the possibility-should Mr. Beard's Ambitlon.Bpealdng.of.'John date for re-election as county COnl-
a beef got past the yard crematory or a garbage' reduction I warn us to be careful how we build. S. !Beard's sup- 'McDavid, Friday night May 4.Nix's the action of the -Democratic. Primary missioner from District No.4. SUIH+

inspectors with a case of lumpy jaw plant of some kind. The garbage Twenty story buildings, in such citiesas posed ambition be president of the Precinct, Tuesday night May May 15th. ject to the action ,of the Democrauc

and came into the slaughter house or should either be destroyed absolutelyor Tampa Pensacola and Jacksonville State Senate, The Psnsacola, Journal 8th, J. D. GOSS. Primary of May 15.
the "kHlln'gied," I was authorized by would cause more damage and says that "If anyone thinks John S. ,Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. : J. A. WIGGINS.
Mr. Pierce to take his head off, thus it should be worked up into fertilizer death, in an earthquake, than structures Beard will permit either friends or his Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday:. I am a candidate for Justice; of the

,removing the evidences of lumpy Jaw, to be sold.and help bear the, expanse 1 of more moderate height St enemies to shelve; him in the presld night, May 11. I Peace in the Democratic primary to I hereby announce myself as a candidate

and 'after casting the smitten portion of its collection and reduction.I Augustine Record. ing officer's chair, he tremendously Pine ,Barren, Saturday night, May. be held May 15th, 106. District No. for county commissioner from

into the tank where refuse goes, to The, old may of disposing of city i *. *. a mistaken." While Mr. Beard hasn't 12." !I II I 2. Escambia Countyr Florida. Any District No. 4, subject to the 'action of

send the rest of the carcass on its way is cremate it Clear Field for Beard. been consulted on the subject The .' assistance will be apreciated from the \Democratic Primary May 15.
garbage to or burn and For the Legislature. Democratic
to market The -wtthtfrawal; of Hon. J.; Campbell Journal feels sure that "where there the voters. H. C. CLOPTON.
In cases where tuberculosis 'became nearly every city of any size possessesa Avery from the Senatorial race leavesa la 'any, talking. to, be done, he is not I am candidate for member the. GEO. J. SLOCU IB.

evident to the men who were skining crematory for that purpose. Of, clear field to Hon.' John S. Beard, going to be gagged with the altogether lower house In the state legislature For Tax Collector.I The friends' of W. P. Brownson

the cattle it was their duty on instructions recent years, however, a new process who will ably' represent the Second secondary honor of the presidency from Eacamibla county in the Democratic hereby announce him as a candid

from Mr. Pierce, communicated for garbage reduction has been put fjenatorial District; and perhaps stand of the State Senate. John S. primary of May 15, and will appreciate hereby announce myself a candidate ( for the office of County Commissioner
to them through me, at once to excellent chances of being elected Beard will be found on the floor of the supper, of all Democrats.: for re-election to the office of. from District No. 4, subject to t''
remove the tubercles and cast them into practice _and we understand that President of that body Jaw-makers.. the Senate.! We,are prepared to be- CHA3. M. COSTON. Tax Collector for EscainWa county, action of the Democratic Primary <">'

into a trap-door provided for that pur quite a number of cities are using it Mr Beard It) unquestionably one of lieve that Mr. Beard will refuse eitherto I at the primary to be held on May 15, May 15th 1906.

pose. A descriptive catalogue of one of the best qualified public ,men,in this gag himself or to allow others to I, am a candidate for representative '' 1906. l' solicit your vote.
I have seen as much as forty pounds reduction State for that position, and his old put a gag upon him,and there are few ;in the lower house of the sta.te' Respectfully, For County Commissioner, Dist No 5,
of. flesh afflicted with gangrene cut these garbage processesnow Leon county friends are pleased at that would desire it. But the presi- legislature, subject to the action' of: J. S. ROBERTS. I hereby announce my candidate for

from' the carcass of a beef, in order lies on, the writer's desk and the prospects of his election, knowingfull dency of the State Senate Is not to M the Democratic primary of May 15, re-election to the office of county con

that: the rest of the animal might be from it we gather some very Interesting well that he will work and,act for sniffed at-Jacksonville' Times-Union-- and.I win appreciate the support of At the solicitation of friends I hereby missioner from District No. 5, subje, t

utilized in trade. information. !By the process described all, democrats. announce myself candidate. for to 'the action of the Democratic Pr-!
' J. E. LONG. the office of Tax Collector subject to
One of the most important regula. mary of May 15.
the mercantile or valuable 'f four other vessels of the Connscticut the action of the Democratic Primary .
tions of the Bureau of Animal industry \ J. R. STEWARD
'la ,that no cows in calf are to be parts of the .garbage are separated, type building, all of which were authorized I hereby announce myself as a I May 1;). 1906.
CONSTRUCTION ,.* from to two later candidate 'for the lower house of the
RAPID years ,
one
*.' NEILS McKENZIEOERTING..
the remaipder is reduced to
placed on the market., Out of a slaughter and gasious Board Public Instruction.I .
OF U. S. WARSHIPS. than the first vessel of the type, will Florida' legislature, subject to the action
of 2,000 cows, or a day's killing elements, burned and destroyed. .
:- in all probability be ready for commission of the Democratic primary on For County'Treasurer.. hereby announce myself a candidate -

perhaps instructions one-half from are Mr.with Pierce calves.were:My to lA great, portion of garbage when <.1New Orleans Picayune on contract time, that is, ,May 15th.GEO.. T. MORGAN. I will be a candidate in the democratic for member of the school board i

dispose of the calves by hiding them properly treated makes valuable fertilizer f i! within three years of the ;signing of primary of May 15 for re-noml from District No. 3, subject to the a
the contract. This is a vast improvement I hereby announce myself a candi- tion ot the Democratic 'It
until night or until the inspectors left and that part which Is of no nation to the office of county treasurer. primary
over the former orders of things date, for representative in :he lower May 15.
off duty. The little carcasses were use except to be burned be usedas The support of all democrats will
may and insures the getting the advantage house the state
Although there appears to be a de- Navy of legislature, subJect be appreciated. W, B. HUBBARDI
then brought from all over the packing fuel in the ,operation of. the garb- termined opposition both within and of the latest ideas in naval | to the action of the Democratic
ED.
J. WILUAMS.
j ,house and skinned by boys who reduction construction at the earliest practical primary of May 15.
age plant without the Navy Department, to will be a candidate for membership -
received two cents for removing each In further warship 'construction at navy moment that is, several years in adVance M. 01| BAGGETT. in the Board of Public Ins truc.
pe.lt, The pelts were gold; for fifty a community where fertilizer has be the I hereby announce/ myself a candidate ;
of what to
used formerly .
yards there can be no denying the tion from District No. 1, in the pri.mary
commercial value for the office of County Treasurer i
has
cents each to the kid glove manufac as 'great a as it rule. Tam a candidate ror'member of the
fact that the construction of the battleship
subject the action of the
. turers. This occurs every night atMrkmouYs In' Pensacola, some process by which Connecticut at the New York I I Rapidity of construction gives "a House of Representatives from E90 Primary.to Democratic election.WM.. E. ANDERSONI

... concern at Chicago, or it could be extracted from the garbage Navy-yard is competition with the naval power a ,great advantage over cambia county, subject to the Democratic THOS F. 'WR GHTON.I .
after each killing of cows. t its rivals, as it Is able to increase its Primary. I earnestly solicit :
under'contract
t h ap' ought to be particularly valuable battleship Louisiana:,. will be a candidate for mem'! r-
Mr.. Sinclair writes fleet far aheaal of competitors. ,' who of the voters of the
y that man after at the Newport News ShipbuildingCompany's : the support county ship in the Board of Public Inru;; >-:
here in addition to getting rid of the build less rapidly. It Is,-of. course, a 'JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. hereby announce myself a candidate
man in Armour told has been' productiveof .
the plant
:It packing plant for the office of County Treasurer tion from District No. 2, in the i>r '
garbage itself. mistake to claim that slow construction -
t him that they had seen rats, perhaps the most beneficial results. It was of Escambia county subject to the mary election.
is the most substantial The '
The 'board of pulblic works should demonstrated that warships'could be very To the Democratic Voters of Escam- H.
G. DeSILVA.
poisoned rats at that, ground up into constructed within the time limit fixfd contrary is the cas. The material bla County: action of the Democratic primary ol

.y 'sausage meat, and he concludes his take the garbage question up at once or specified in the! contract. The put in a ship begins to deteriorate At the request of many friends May 15, and respectfully solicit the ,
and plans should be made for establishing slowly from the very movement it 13 from the' country and from the city I support of all voters I will be a candidate for memhpr
battleship
article follows Navy-yard- oI1J3tructed was "
as : '
in the Board Public Instruc i
ship of
some kind of a garbage crematory the contract-built worked into, the mass. ,The longer, Hereby announce my candidacyor JOHN G. WELSH.
built as quickly as,
Writing in a magazine of large cir I from District No. 3, in the primary
or reduction plant Modern I ship although th,9 former cost, about then the completion of the ship is delayed Representative in the legislature at
' ; culation and influence, and having the the shorter service the Navy Is session 1907 subject to the action election.,
methods and common sense both dictate 15 per cent more than the latter, the For County Commissioner Dist. No. 1.
floor all to himself, Mr. Armour spoke W. M. AGERTOLegalldvertlsements
mainly due to the shorter, hours ,of likely to get out of her, and ths less of the Democratic: primary May 15th
f serenely and boastfully of the quality a change In the present plan for I work in' vogue at navy yards ana' the I' 1.' -to-date will be her type when put I 1906, and I earnestly solicit, the support The friends of C F. Zeek announce

of his' products, and challenged the disposing of itFrom higher payment of workmen, I' in commission. It is also a tact that of the Democracy; of Escambia him as a candidate for county commissioner

wr world to impeach his Integrity, ,but It has been demonstrated d that battleships ships deteriorate 'more rapidly' lying county.I from District: No. 1, subjectto

when be was brought into court charged the abundance of campaign! of the 'first class and largest! idle in port for a long time than in active favor liberal pensions for Confederate the, action of the Democratic; primary

with crime by the commonwealthOf literature which is circulating Just size can easily'be'constructed: within I use, as In the latter case they aretsstter soldiers and their widows. of May 15. : ADMINISTRATOR'S' NOTICE.
Pennsylvania he spoke in a different cared for ,the'evidences of ,"d
and
the three years. Prior' to the completionof I Uniform school terms, giving the Estate of E. A. Gassman decp-i
4 tone, and to a different purport: DOW, post,office department oughtto the Louisiana and Connecticut it wear are more promply noted ana! the country public schools the same I hereby announce my candidacyfor Creditors, legatees, distributees a'd i

te said "guilty." He pleaded this to be deriving no little revenue as a took; four years aid"mole to construct remedy applied. .length. 'term .as. the city ,schools.A County Commissioner from Distract all persons havingclaims or deni-irls
= a criminal indictment for selling "pre- result of the aspirations for office of every large ship built for the Navy The Government would do well Jo uniform school book law, and No. 1, 'subject 'to the action of against this estate are requirpn '

served" minced ham in Greenburg, the great American citizen. under contract. Although in every have a large warship under construction I, free books for the pupils of all public the primay, of Mar 15th.. present them to me within two : ea-'
and paid the fine of $50 and costs. He case the contract specified-a-:time limit at some Government yard at all l I ichools.r J, B. ROBERT'S.For from this date. Frank Gassman a*

pleaded guilty again in Shenandoah, these penalties :were, always re- times_ as a stimulating influence and r An efficient law for the equalizationof mlnlstrator. aiay,6. 1906.

.Pa.; on June 16, 1905 to the criminal City Should Sprinklethe mitted, and contractors' a result example for private contractors and I, :taxes. County Commissioner Dist No. 3. oaw8w.
,chaise of selling adulterated "block- jaid' no attention whatever to-the llm- the latter should under all circumstances Good. roads specially. ,

r' weirst;" and again he paid the fine of Streets.The it actually delivering the ship whenever be held to ,a strict compliance Yours respectfully, I hereby announce' my candidacy for
} $50:.and costs. Why should Sir. Ar they pleased from one 'to three with the time limit of their obligations M. JACOBY. re-election: the office'.of county com CREW NOT WE.

moux'be let off with fines which are dusty season is upon us and the years after they'had.contracted, to deliver and no penalties should be remitted missioner from District No. 3, subjectto Neither the captain o'V1.:. +
t or leas consequence to him than the question of street sprinkling is an is It, unless it can be shown beyond L For County Tax Asaeuor.I the action, of the Democratic Primary er nor consignees of. '1

price of a postage stamp, to you or tome sue In which every :Palafox sit et busIness'man Since the fact was demonstratedthat Question that the delay was entirely T will be a candidate for re-nomlna- -of May. 15. a Italian bk "lake Erie, ,
; unavoidable or dun to acts of the
_ : instead going to jail like other : battleships could be built in the Uon to the office! of County Tax Asses J. ANDREWS.. be responsible for dt :
?'or convicted criminals who do not happen as well as many on the side three; years, all ths private!' contractors Government itself.in.. making changesin sor,'In the Democratic Primary of May contracted by the,crew of said rear

t-, ,to be. millionaires 'j jIt streets, is acutely interested. have been delivering,their work more the plans after the contract had 15.TI. : respectfully ask your support I hereby announce' my candidacy E. FIGARI, Capt"ii! ,

fl Is now Up to'Mr, Armour to stiow Heretofore all streetspninkunghasa promptly. It Is tow. probable that the been let or construction commenced. W.- -W. RICHARDS. for county, commissioner-, ,- from Dls- MASTER, Consignee.
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THE PENSACOLA.' JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY" 6. 1908 PAGE Fays ft'!
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WILL SPE4.K INCEPTION: ; OF' PRINTING.How ALITTLE; l N NSENSE.'O-- tNDENSED STORIES. aI
"
UPON JAPAN Other Got Fame and Wealth .8omBrfght Sayings by Twentieth. The Governor Was Nonplused by 1 y-
From Gutenberg's Invention. GnturyYoungsters V Change: of Portraits.

In Gutenberg's time the city of oobys d the mother of a lit The late General Natt Head of IU d -,... I.
J. C. AMBLER WILL DELIVER Prague was famous for its manufac- tle upper west side boy, "I dont Hooksett, N. H., a' former governorof ..: t

PEV. tures and mechanical intentions. In want you to play with that new lit- New Hampshire, was. a man of 1.\11 -' < m i : '

ADDRESS AT CHRIST CHURCH the books of the university severalGutenbergs tle boy in the next-house any more. imposing appearance and of gener- .... f.U .' t

.AND ST. KATHARINE'STODAY.. are entered y and among He is not a nice little boy. ; He has ous proportions. A..full length m
,them is;John,. who, reasonably bad tricks." por-
may
orffl
be to'be'our..inventor. After trait of General Head adorned his 4A
supposed Bobby went out very soberly. .1 notherGreat rr
bedchamber, being 'placed at the
the failure 'of his first printing Shortly after he was heard calling S j
file Rev. J. C. 'Ambler, of Osaka press he seems to have, returned toPrague softly: through the area railings: end of the room opposite the foot' of .-
eapan.: will speak in Christ church at for the of 'improving little and the bed. ". i '
purpose "Say, boy, come over play
and St. Katharine's at 5 p. his absence Gingham Sale : 'i >
jl a. m.. himself in mechanical.invention wme. 'I ain't got no bad tricks" .During in attend- S 'O [ }.
d. today.In Christ church at 7;16 p. m. ho But the history of his first printing ance upon reception given the m tU -

trill give an illustrated talk upon Japan .. press is .interesting. He hired a There'' is an overeducated, 'little N m 1F lr :
crossing the Pacific! and, views. room in Strassburg and proceededto ,boy in Central ParkWestwh 'js-alWays .;1 45 for Monday 5

Uf the-- Russian prisoners in the"," late carry out his idea of.multiplying provided with either--French. fUw ,tU. 'I .
; ; All are Invited' to-attend: Tilepiag1c .t d. :
'block books : .,
by1means. of movable} or German nurse Tm order tBat he lf J :
: lantern illustrations will ,te wooden These books imbibe S! Ho on hand at 8 o'clock n1 r--t. '
> interesting and instructive.. type. were may these'foreign',languages: a: promptly 3 LIF- .
per Mr. Ampler is, a native of Virginia. very numerous and in great demand, by the simple process of being 4 ; N r : i

tied a grandson of the famous Mr..ITa. and Gutenberg's intention was to obliged to understand them. ;One ..4 H' m ru f .f I

jon who, with Stidell, was taken from manufacture them in considerable day a caller said to him, "Freddy, is OfOf ., < ((8 Ti".",-,. : ..".
the British ship Trent by a federal quantity for sale at'the approaching your new nurse French of German?" See show'window. 2000 yards Red .Ribbon Madras, 2000 yards B. B. ,.1 ; ; ,
cruiser during' the war between the septennial fair at AixlaChapelle.In Freddy considered."I m Zephyr Ginghams, regular 8c values all for 5e per yard. J.." : :(" :-,
This nearly led to war with
states. '
England. order to conceal his purpose fink," he finally responded; fU ,' Just received a large shipment of wide .Tordron and' Plat Val Laces, t.4 n; "

when his employment was inquired "that she's bwoken English." Just the thing for under garment. trimming, regular lOc( value, shown on center iN t I ,
into he took advantage of a double fU: counters, this sale 5c. -t .
NECROLOGY meaning and said that he was man- 'A Manhattanite with two babies, ftJ. : f r;
4 '" 100 dozen large size Cotton Towels, only one dozen to a. customer for ) ,
Joseph Bobe. ufacturing mirrors or looking glass* one'a toddling boy and the. other a tf.si m $1.50 per. dozen. t .
for sale at. girl little older staying at l j'
Joseph Babe, died at his home onIauth es thefair, some of the very was '
Barcelona street yesterday afternoon block books being known specula, a hot.elin tie Catskills last summer. fart New Hosiery new Ribbons Just received. .1 I t .: .

at 4:10 clock after a long l such as the "Speculum Salvationis. The great veranda surrounding the .:t': ; : See Gents Furnishing Goods show 'ej
'Ene; s. Deceased was 46 years old at i Gutenberg borrowed money of a house was the favorite lounging S 34f'iya 0! window, aline of regular doe Seam J ,C -

the time in of Pensacola his d'eath' and and Eseambia was w.elltnown family named Dritzehn, and one of place of the,guests, who were con- tU Brewers three pieces for $1.00. Our ORBES N s'

county, where he served as a deputy them qntered into partnership with stantly talking of the view from fU annual sale of these goods. Men's r. ((8 t' U.i :
:
.
that '
theriff for several years. Deceased'leaves him.At point 5. Soft Shirts 45c i
a wife and five children. Mr. first Gutenberg.taught the art One day the little boy tried '''to m tu jf'J.: ; "

J5oba was a native of Escambia coun- of cutting and polishing;gems, ,but climb on.the railing. The:little girl -S mfU \ N "

ty.The funeral will take place this af- Dritzehn and a friend of his, one tugged at his dress and exclaimedin S 1>0 i i

ternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the family Helmann,-noticed that he worked in distress: "Oh, Harold do get .r rt. c t t
residence to St. Michael's church, secret at some other art, but-before down!, I'm afraid 'you'll fall into i! !i-b
and from the church,the funeral cortege Gutenberg would reveal it he required the view!r NewYork; Press. $ -5 '
will move to Str.; Michael's'cemstery -' :
fresh terms, which: were II 4fL
where the interment :will take. s.. m
I Her Reason For Thinking -
place. granted. The affairs of the partner- IH3 GOVZB50E GAZED: AT THB 2ICTCK&fovernor H? I .

,-, ship did'not.proceed:well.. Dritzehn and. his staff in Boston .m: i

William Britson. diedand !his 'relations in 1439 ti .! Mrs. Head rearranged the room and 4, 1it: ; .'
Information Vas"received yester- aii action
brought against? Gutenberg -
day bringing the sad Intelligence of for therecovery: of the 1 changed,the.position.of the picture, aa ae aa eaaeaaeaa
the death"of William Britson in Motile money ; substituting for General Head's portrait !|,
advanced Itm
a yesterday. Deceased was 11 by them.Gutenberg one of Abraham Lincoln. *i iGovernorHead
!brother of T. F. 'Britson custodian of attempted to form his returned late \r| m "
lost timber" and lumber. +Mr. Britson I type by casting, but the casts were upon
the and retired
left for Mobile last night to complete not sharp enough for printing. He following evening KNOWLES BR" OS' AGENry 5
arrangements for the burial of his aton, e. Upon awakening the next I b -
consulted
brother.. aworker in metals (Faustof morning the first object that met !. .
"Hayence), who at once saw the his gaze was the tall, lank form of .
value of the.invention and advanced the martyred president occupying ESTABLISHED 1866.
HEAVY LIRE LOSS to ff'1 '
money Gutenberg on the strengthof
the accustomed place of his own

AT KNOXVILLE Schoeffer it. ,Faust's overcame.apprentice the difficulty, Peter, portrait was, and: "Great his characteristic Scott! How comment I1- "
j "INSURANCE THAT INSURES !
and his
master made him his partner have fallen away I"-Boston Herald. Ill'

Knoxville, May 5.-'Fire.entailing a, and son-in-law, and the two f
loss of $175,000 occurred in the whole- men, ignoring Gutenberg, appropriated He Didn't'Go Up.
wale ,district early this morning. The i his invention and thus obtained : 1,1"
H. A. Buek-was Pro-
candy factory, McMillan of Littlei&eld Hazen and SteeresCompany & Co.,,I fame and wealth.Notes and'Que. Elsie-What, is the matter.. with. fessot.'Jenfe: of Cornell calling at on the St. THE BEST IS ALWAYS \ ;':.f..f.i

wholesale shoes, and.the .Hambright ries.. your little sister? brands hot Ltl eother:: day, says the Im CHEAPEST IN THE END i
,
eklrt. factory were those most dam Grade-Chicken pox I believe. San Francisco Chronicle. They were : m f
aged. Ready Next Time. Elsie What makes you think exchanging raillery! and beclouding

COLORED EDUCATIONALMASS MEETING MONDAY slight There misunderstanding seems to' be, an,' as occasional to the that Gracie-Cos? I found two feathers. smoke iie-ambient' when atmosphere brass: buttoned with much bell-1m. .ne Policy is Just as Good as Another Until the irk. m it. f fI

nature of :
. the aurora Certain people in her bed this morning. xry cut short tlfeir banter by hand- If
have indeed !? : Total Assets in This Office Over '
regarded it as a Represented
'!'An educational mass meeting will ng the Corne profesBor a card. m f! ;
fee held at Big Zion church Monday feed appearance eJ, as regular in..ita A Tempting Offer : ,
""Pardon moment I "
> me.a Harry, tjfi.i iI
fright at 8 o'clock. The following program course as the sun-and moon. When An odd advertisement'appears ina
will be : said Professor"Jenks as he proceeded
rendered
Devotional exercises. a beautiful display took place not German newspaper, in which a to read the
on
an inscription
Scripture reading, Rev. N. R: long since a certain lady was asked tempting offer is made in these card. It read I Seven Hundred Million DIars
{Rhodes. next.morning if she had seen it. words: "Anybody who can prove "Some the occasionof
"' years ago on
.
Prayer.Organization. tone."No,"Did said( ?he" ,in an aggrieved that my tapioca is damaging! to 'a visit fo Alaska I enjoyed the
yon?
will'at
v health receive
threef
Solo. :AbIgail Dozier.Addr.ess. once pleasure of meeting your father, and
"Oh, ,We watched it for
yea a packets gratis.New York --Tribr;
\ 'Public Instruction Hon.fc r would be deeply sensible of the
B. 'Cook.Song longtime/ une. .
Chorus Club. "And I.saw you that very after- privilege and honor of shaking >t m
I
Inartford
lands with'bis eon. Fire Ins. Go. ome,1 of New York.
AdaTess: Dr. C. V. Smith. noon, and you didn't tell me there Balm to the Female. ;
Solo, M. L. Gaskin. was going to"be one!" "It must be awful,"' said the sym- How- old was the man that sent tu ffi1 : .
Fiv.a\minutes talk by individuals. up this card P" asked Professor
Of 'to have all
a more cheerful and.contented pathetic grayniare, yourteeth
Song by the Jubilee Club of Big .. Jenka of the bellboy.
Assets $18,061,926
' nature knocked out""Well
was another lady who was Assets, $,239,053..
lon.
"
in Paris during a fine appiearance of: ," replied the bay mare,who "About thirty' sir, said. the bell- mill Surplus 5,124,820 ,_
BOILER IN MOBILE! ICE these "northern lights." had met with the accident, "it !has boy.A I Surplus I 8,720,501 m g:':" '
PLANT EXPLODED! YESTERDAY "Did its tell thought clouded the brow of W j' .
the aurora last advantages. Nobody'can
yonsee President Roosevelt's representative ; "Losses incurred by the 'Hartford' *,- i :
night? asked a friend.- my age now, see.-Boston Her
you :
According to Information received in ''NOj t didn't know there was aid. for a moment;'then he.wrote some- 1 at San Francisco will be honorably "After paying all claims under affected r :
a private telegram yesterday from m
Mobile.the.ammonia boiler in the iceplant one." thing: on the back of the card and adjusted l and promptly paid, and the -

of the City Ice Company of Motile "Oh, yea! 'It was ,perfectly beau- A Close Call. banded-it back to the bellboy. The record established at Chicago, Boston contracts in San Francisco in .$y-

exploded. Part of the buildingwas tiful. You'ought'to' have been out You never bought a gold brick, something on the back of the card and Baltimore will remain unfull, upon a liberal estimate of liabil- .
but read
wrecked' fortunately no did ?" asked the.. :' "
watching it, ai we were""Well .you admiring
fatalties of any kind have been re "} father died broken. GEO. L. CHASE, in the entire this : ,
ported. I'm sorry,* quoth she, "but: friend. y ,thirtysevenyears President." -ity city, company r V'
never "Not exactly," answered Mr. ago. If you have any other ; At .
mind. Pllsee.it.tonight! .
will still have its capital I
. unimpairedand
for I >>I
Cumrox. But I once .came mighty good reason wishing to see me : .. ,

The Planet Venus near having a French counf for 'a should'" be pleased to have you come m ':; c .a surplus of over 6500000. !Jm'

An Aristocrat amongfOODS Venus is the earth's.nearest plan- son-in-law. =Washington.Star. up.
E. G. SNOW. Hi
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etary neighbor and on that accountis He Was the Man. "Roy', of Liverpool. it :
an interesting subject. Her greatest The Trouble. President: I
Shortly after the civil war Sen-
"WhYJ you ought to be able .to m tr '.
distance from the sun is 67,705
Vance
ator in Boston.
was lecturing
000 miles and'her: least 66,787,000, buy it." He says he'll sell for a mere.' "Fellow citizens,"" he began, "youare Assets, Nearly 870,000.000. m ; "

which makes her orbit nearly circu- song. my fellow citizens. We all be- m "The Royal will promptly jts' N' itff. '
I lar. At times, when she'gets be- "Yes, that's all right, but as soon pay : .
to this We of
CrapeNutsFind long great country. losses and the stabilityof m '
tween us.and:: the *sun, she is only as"you start to give him arson: 'he the south wanted to but San Francisco iI,
tells you your notes are not high leave'you, N the solid will remain m
4,000,000 miles At another r'm
away. would let North British & Mercantile
you not us go,, and now una.Y ,
enough. Philadelphia Press.
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and read "The Road to time, when;the planet beyond the we are with you to stay. I belong absolutely 1 ,itfU
sun in a straight line from us, she All to you. You belong to me." MILTON DARGAN 'm' ih

Wellville" In pkgs. J is l 2OOOOoo, miles from us. Ve- Signs Fail.- A voice in the rear of the hall Manager." of London ansurance tf.;
nus is 7,700 miles urdiameterwhich: Bacon-They say you can tell acow's cried: m '
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SBSSHBSBEBBEPENSACOLA makes her volume 92 cent that age by her tongue. % in force in whole f :
per Aren't you the man who said.one Total inCityof n{ .
L-- Egbert-Perhaps, but can'ttell '
of the earth. On ,the earth falling woman's you southerner could whip ten'Yankees San Francisco___$4,000,000Special Edinburgh; E
a age.that m
bodies travel 16.09: way. Why ftJ -
feet the first second with a cornstalk?" Fund of .
; on Venus only 13* feet. Venus some of t1 eyoung ones talk as niuehas tu "Conflagration '" : "n )

BUILDING receives twice the light and heat the older ones.-Yonkers,, States. my Instantly' friend, I Vance am the replied man. : I"Yes said, The RoyaL______-:_____$7,000,000 -" -'Assets;{ Over 0,000,000 fU r.;;

!that the earth does, and her year is man. that one southerner could whip ten ., I

ASSOCIA TION. only 224, days and a fraction in Expert. -t flTankees with a cornstalk. I believeditothen ; S -w
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length. ____________ Miss H. It was simply wonderful andI; believe it now. mAtlas no word as yet from our ,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDE S. Assurance CompanyHave
what the mind re'ader did. He The trouble was that the Yankees : r

Repairn'g and !building of all'description. : women Pet;Phrases'have.of their Novelists.As favorite. knew all my thoughts by-just-look- didn't want to be whipped thatWay.1' m San :Francisco office about great dis. M \ -'I
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of London."Wires .
up-to- per- into face. -
An, up.t-ate firm on an ing my t
date street. Office! 210 .DeLuna St. fumes, as epicureshave their fa- Miss V.-:.-He probably read .between .aster; < 'N '"

Call and see. us. vorite dishes, so novelists have their the lines.-New York Life.A The Bishop's Match: its New York office as folows .- ., w t /'
favorite phrases.. .This! is a list of Mr. Lloyd George.has a fondnessfor I.

Jas. M.! Johnson, Manager. the favorite phrases of certain. nov- Hint. stories, and rare quality, he : Our London office cable* .;)

LReddenback, Asst Manager. elistscompueoVby.a> book reviewerin Senior (t& photographer}).Which does not.mind relating one when it -"Please subscribe on our .beha\f\ I.

. an idle :moment: way shall turn my eye? tells t against himself.. For example, m- Five Thousand Dollars 1 t o California 'Draw on London in payment ofrecognized i .
"Then a strange thing happen- Photographer-Toward. that sign, he. was addressing a meeting at 'reUef"fund.# Advise other branches. ltl ::',
Excursion To-day. ed."-H. Rider Haggard. please. Flint, 'and his chairman said: "I. m to all agents sympathy claims. Subscribe Five N
Convey
"Tor what Ido you .take{ me?' Sign reads, "Terms Cash."'-Cornell half, to introduce'you to the member American citizens inS m :
shrugged his i infcrlocutress."-Hen Widow. of ''the Carnarvon boroughs. He I.U with, them as Thousand. sufferers. ';;

By local No. 632, Inter atonal ry James. : .. has coma here to.reply to what the California disaster. Atlas will meet 'E, A. GROOVER, Ifm

"But that's another story.*- Gets Wise. bishop of, st. Asaph! said the other all obligations promptly and honorably J ij

Association of Machinists. Bud ard KipHng:: Bacon-When: a man falls in love night about Welsh disestablishment.Injay m by drafts on London." General Agent. 1'1 f!

"Incontinently forward. he always makes a fool of himself. : : opinion, gentlemen, the biSh- At

-Robert Louis, ;Stevenson* don't you think? 'J op of St. Asaph is one of the biggest -
LeavingPalafox Wharf at-2 p. m.. "Now, jny dearWatson.ConanDoyle. Egbert-Oh, no; he 'doesn't alp liars in creashon, but he hass KNOWLES BROS- AGENTS; i '
on Steamer Columbia. Music by the m :
bis
..' ways marry the girL-Yonkers match in Lloyd Geo -StJamev y'
N'avy yard Band. Refreshments. ,
Statesman. Gazette.
uWell! iWalter Pater.

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"An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure .> REAL ESTATE MARKET
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'J $1.00 Cash and HOC Per Week : 6.rpom house ,and store, No. 700: E.

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for lots in East King Tract NO Wright St..= .
I :- Beautiful: corner lot. corner Zar SPECIAL OFFERINGS
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TAXES: OR INTEREST; will double '
[ I, in value before ragossa 'and Florida Blanca Sas $850
Perfect TitleGuaranteed. paid for. All of BldckillSWest;
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Lot 77x170,. close in W. Intenden-
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{:'. .. 'Otter :Sale Kfng'tract\: ;_ ;..'__ _$800 cIa...:. ,.... ,.. ...'. oil .. .. ..6500
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Property .
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: J Several nice' building lots.in nue..,. .. p... ,. ... ... ..$2000 HOOTON & WATSON
$2400Elegant() 6 rooja cottage one 12 room "story: residence near Con ,
t : block from R.. 'B. Lee Square; block- 78, north side LaRua federate monument, all conveniences -

I. bath and everything ,modern., street, betweeji 13th: arid ,-. i. ..- .... .. .$3150 leadingeaJ., Estate( Rental and Insurance Agency.
.; ?8000-iProperty adpoining-;M. C. A. 14th Elegant home large lot on East .

'"' on the 'east; 180,' by : 155 feet, avenues,. Hill.., .; .' .-...- -../.q. --". ... ..$5500 512,500.00 store' buildings and a dwelling containing 6 rooms, near
;; Three words only but of the greatest importance to the houses on same renting for {370 .' 6 'room cottage East Jackson Union investment. '
A fine
1: person buying real ,estate. Very few realize. how many a year. $3000 cash, balance 7 Lots on East Hill and West street., .. -.. .: .. .. ', ..$1500 $2,500.09-Qne Depot.of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 low,
f' claaded titles exist in "this! as.well as other cities. .A per cent.f200lproperty. Hill sell for $50'and up ,on 4 room cottage, IE. LaRua bargain each 40x137% feet

good title is the first consideration with us in the disposal () ( corner West Jacksonand : \.,' iff .*. '. .. .$1050 lots North Palafox. This is
: $3,800.QQ-25 desirable on offered
very
\, of a piece of property. Remember,, when. you buy Coyle, rents $21a., year; easy, payments., 2 cottages. at Fisherville and' 3 lots for'short, time only.

: property throtfgh' this agency it is $4200--Business 10r4t.ouVle't! Inten- for aIr ;.,. .. . .. . .$1700 North Palafox
$6,300.0o-Larg 2-story dwelling on corner.
on
t << '. dencla rents $420 under lease. '
; :: I If you, want to borrow money on $2,500.00 N. St Lot 80x125 feet.
room dwelling Hayne

J. Clear Title or No Trade. '. J600()-$600 1 room cash house, balance}/ Vents 7''per(" ?84 cent.a. have real estate if at 7 security and. 8'.per we-can cent interest.let you ?U.350.0\J-N\ : roomy dwelling, with large St lot stables and out housesIn
; j excellent location .on DeVilliers .
'1"<;: $900 Quarter year. blk., New City* elegant McDavid-Hyer ,Company, ; List your property with'us for sale. $5,000.00Two 'dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line, on N.


Pensacola investment |3500-home New site modern overlooking bayou.house, Agents New York L. S. BROWN & CO. Barcelona St.

Company, I East Gadsden., !-room< ; Life insurance Company PHONE 54 No., 37.5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

$3500-7 Hayne, 8 E. Government Street
new.houses. North
;:i I A. H. D'ALEHBERTC, City Manager. I 'We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building. -
I ;rents $UO a year. J-
Phone ,7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
i W. H. INOWiES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.J. ::::
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J.L STttLMAN' f..Pres-and Gas. Manager. KNOWLIS EYES, Treasurer.' LESLIE E. BROOKS, t WANTED.' !!I "'= J

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f. Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. ; I, Help Wanted '
: Phone 462 Fisher Building LflflLrU1JttttLtLflfltStflflflUflJ 5 W-
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I 215 South Palafox Stre t, Pensacola, Florida. FOR RENT. OflJICE BOY WANTED-Answer- in .WANTED-A as stenographer A Home Savings I

f $12.54S'rooms.{) Guillemard. : by lady with experience.j
;... 401 own handwriting, giving' age and ex young .
"-, \ $16.00-6 rooms, 409 Guillemard. perience. Box 704, City. 6maylt' P. 0. Box 244. Florala. Ala. 1
:: .29apr2w* OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR.

FOR SALE WANTlD-4Men! everywhere; good ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND
Professional!
Directory .
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED
HELP WANTED pay-pass circulars tack sings,. No DEATH.American.
i.e., __n nun.n List of Property for Sale 'by D. Hale '- canvassing steady! Continental "Distributing : -Highest price paid for gents''clothing

Wilson & Co. WANTED NIGHT!( NURSE For inva Service. Chicago. It* only.. Sell,second. hand goods. i|

I r D" One block on proposed street carline lid. Must be experienced; and competent Dress suits. for rent- E. Intendencia.i j Life Insurance Company
M New
T G YATES City overlooking Bayou Call today 518. East Government WANTED-Women should write for
Texar and under
fence.$3000 street. 6maylt our proposition "How to become tn-; 'WANT/ED.: : .-. R.- BIngham wants!
: OPTICIAN One half block Lakevlew avenueIn dependent) by earning money .easily .- your moving and hauling. He 'gua> jl : is the only straight lifelegal reserve company organized in Florida.

settled' neighborhood and on hard 'SOUCITOiRS! : 'WINTED-To solicit and without risk and-canvassing Mar. .antees all breakage, Fiona 630., -
THIESEN BU1LD1HG ; HOME'OFFICE.TAMPA.
306 CAPITAL STOCK
road cheap at., .. .. .. .$500,000
very $1500 ,
: for the modern workinoin of the io Mfg. Co., 150 Nassau St., New York. I : '
One-half block (12 lots) and six new world. Will pay you weekly benefitsin 2S-6. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange! ISSUES ENDOy.'MEt'lT.AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 T0-$10,000

houses renting for $5.00. each with I case of sckness oraccldent"Takes, for lot. on. East HilL Address, P.)!

WM D. HOWE, room Two for large seven lots more houses.. $3250 care of the balance of the family in W1ANTED! Women can earn pin mon- 0. Box 207. SOmar ''Pensacola O'fflie: EJrosnaham< Building

:, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW room and hall house'renting and a good'for three$6.00 case of death the best. fraternal organization ey and livelihood in an easy man WANTED-All owners of poultry to I
In the country. Apply at No. ner. Write for '
r. 14/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST. per month; if sold at once.. ...$600 our proposition; no know that we are 'agents for the cel ,
f One nice five roomed house in good 323 W. Zarrag sa street, betweena. & risk; no canvassing., Mario :Mfg. Co., ebrat Conkey's Poultry Remedies.. ,-
m. and 3 p. m. 6maywWA'TED1Thite 150 Nassau St., New -York. 29-6* HOTELS.FBRHELL Board and Rooms.
\, .. locality with 37 foot lot renting for Guaranteed to 'cure rupe cholera ,,
$10.00 per month., .... .. $1000 gape: and to ,kill fleas Ice and mites. -- -k -
t: b07 between age of WAN'I'EID-Salesmen of ability and HOTEL- Sneads, Florida.
DIRECTORYJoppa One-half an .arpent and ten roomed Also their wonderful egg producer. F. \ LARGE AIRY COOL and comfortable
13 and 15 years, to drive. delivery neat appearance to call on merchants Rates $2.00'per "day. Nice rooms,
house in central part of the city,nice S. Mellen & Co: Phone No. 234.ISapr. rooms for rent during summer .it
w- wflmm shade .and fruit trees. .. $5500( wagon. Apply Monday morning at 8 in their territory elegant side good beds, table' the best J. M.- Fer- Miss Taylor's 18 West Jackson St
t'- .S Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Vacant. lots in any part of the city' o'clock sharp to 11 North Palafox. It line conyenient to carry; good commissions rell. Prop 17apr 4may. '
; Joppa Lodge No.6. L 0. 0. F..
at prices'that will take. Several Investments ; prompt remittance. Butler WANTED-To buy old gold and silver HOTEL VERNON .tes $2 per day.
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 WANTED-Two men. that understand Mfg. Co., Cincinnati: O. *
o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden that will net 10 per cent.I cleaning and pressing' of men andwomen's : it broken up stuff regardless;; of -. Special rate by week Special attention FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo
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St Visiting brethren are cordially in- on the money invested. clothes'Must( be sizes.. Cash paid: Lightman & Klein. to traveling men. Free sam cated. Best rooms in the city; wl,
experienced W1ANTED-Localand
FOR RENT. 'I and recommended. Apply man ; traveling sales 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. pIe room. Mrs..J. P. Mauldin Prop. clean teds. Apply 128% East Government -
come : to sell world-famous household
Ten.roomed house centrally located;. .WANTED-Refrigerator: ; must be in ISapr. St. 4mayira
#; T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G. ,at 11 N. Palafox street 6may, necessity. No competition. Position -
and unexcelled for a boarding house! condition.and cheap for cash.
good
i J. W. GINGLES, Sec. pays $1200 HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the
on street; car line, $35.00 per month.;, yearly and upwards wjth Capacity 150 to 200 ibs. Address Lock OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Open
31Jan6m.
/ Five roomed house I WANTED Good pay for earnest expenses. Colonial Co', Well vill ,N. .year. American and European plan. June 1.
close in town Box 594, City. 2maylw* Large, airy and delight'iu-
t' workers everywhere Y. summer 'rates. F'rst-class in
distributingcirculars Special ,
; large yard and nice out buildings stable 5apr22296Wanted ly cool. Good fishing bathing ani:
etc., $- UO per month.If samples and advertising .-Electric, work of all kind.! every resp ct. ,,Pleasant and conven- boating. First class table. .On el < -
Pensacola Lodge. No. 3 K. of P. Mrs/T.
matter. No canvassing. Cooperative ient. L. Bowen. Prop., Pen-
meets Monday evening at 8 what you want is not listed here .,Let tl3 ciean your fans. repair your trie car line, 15 minutes ride from c!' .
every Advertising Co., New York It s cola. Fla. 15apr
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall call us up by phone ,234 :or: call ,and $ _n u dynamoda jour' virin:;. etc. Paona Regular boarders and transiem-
over lou stable W. Intendencia St. see us, at 30'.S.1* Palafox'stre. t. WANTED- good nurse Apply to 570. Pensacola: Electric!! Co.. 205 S. THE BROWN HOUSEAlry'rooms., Terms reasonable. Address Old Mri

Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. i 319 W. Belmont 6may2t WANTED-To loan $100 to $200 can Baylen.WANTED.. 'good beds. Free baths and sample Inn Pensacola Fla. 4may
A. KIRKPATRICK C. c. D. Hale Wilson & Co. be paid by. weekly or monthly pay. room. $2 per day.' Special 'attention
H. HORSLER. K. of R. .& S .- WANTED-Two capable men for life ments. Good security and interest WANTED Your orders for tailor- to traveling men, J. R\ Brown, Prop., PLEASANT ROOM to rent wfth privilege .
t, insurance work., Salary and com Address J.-J.\Ruth-bye.City. a6maylw made clothing. We make your DeFuniak Springs; Fla. 13marlm of light house keeping, 301 \\\
mission. Good opening for right men. clothes fit. Let. us take your, meas- Chase. Sapr
Meetings of the CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op.
Ak Apply to Lewis Van Winkle, Lamm & Co., Chicago W. '
manager ure. 0.
,:- Knights of Columbus depot Large and well lighted NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent
i % are held at their hail, ham American Life Insurance Co., 'Brosna- WANTED-Young man 19 years desires -Wells, agent Chipley, Fla. 7aprlm rooms. Free .sample room; Meals at on North Hill'car line; location

:S No. 8 West Intendencia Building. 5may position in Pensacola as collector all hour Special attention to traveling very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsdea

: 'irgIp street, on every WANTED "First class dlnln'g. room I ; solicitor or salesman. Has had .men. $2.00 per day. J., M. Tug- street. 25apnl

r Monday evening at boy. Apply at once. 18 W.Jackson experience and can give reference..Address LOST gle, Prop. J T ISmarlm .
% N1' '7:3 o'clock. An In. St. 4may B.. care Journat' 2t -r''ar"wwmflrJ.tJw'JJlJw ROOMS CHEAP-FurnIshed or un
CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterllnd: furnished suitable for light house
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7 vTitaU a extended WANTED-Second hand furniture LOtST STRAYED OR STOLEN Prop. Special attention to commercial .
& t9>> visiting Knights. 'WANTED' lady keeping. On the Hill, location high
JOHN B. & r smart young or bought and sold/ Ring phone 754 Young Coach dog with small black travelers. Free sample and bath and healthy. Close to car line. An-!
: mnl FOX; Grand JONES young man and stenographer who has or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. and white spots-aU over with exception rooms. Large rooms with. good beds. ply 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213.
; Knlsht experience good education. Sal-
Recorder OlHara. 2may of back. Reward for return to $2 per day., ISmarln- ISaprlm
I- ; ary $10 per. week; 'give name of last Dr. W. J. Hannah, 131 E. Gregory. '
0 employer. J.. J. McCaskili" 'Co.. Free SURETY ON ,BONOS The American 6may4t' BAY HfTEL.-open nIght and day. ANTED-A few regular boarders

,: Daughters of Rebekah. port, Fla. 5mayl2t Surety Company of New York is European plan. Roms light and Also a few table boarders in private

::" Naomi Lodge, No. 10. Daughters of WANTED-Woman to do genral house prepared, to execute at this city without : LOST Gold filled watch and fob; El.-' clean. Transient trade' solicited. family; good location; convenient :IJ

1. Rebekah meets every Monday night .work. Apply 227 Intendencia St. delay Bonds and Undertakings gin: ,works. 15 jewels. Initials on 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau. car line; use of bath and phone. No

L1. at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F.-hall. Visit. 3may4t quired in the courts, and for the per. fob J. C. P., number of case 6118382 Prop. 1 401 E. Gregory._ 8aprmPLEASANT !
ing sisters cordially
invited to be present Save both by conferring with us formance of contracts. Wm. D. Howe number of works 754860S.)! Rewardfor place to board bn Norta

Ji;- MRS.: R R. when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See WANTED\ !! -Agents!, for book on San attorney-14% E. Government. St. return to Williams store, Jackson Hill on car line. Address No.8,

MISS WILLIE KENDRICK WTTKOVSKI' us aboutsome of the following:. I I Francisco Distaster, Tremendous de.. 2mayjm. and DeVUlers St. 4maylw MlscelfaneuosPANAMHiS. care Journal. Z7mar
i Sec Store N. DeVillier street renting mand. Everybody 'buys. Big 'book--
for $180 per year.. .. .. ....$1500 i 500 pages. Hundreds of 'photographs MATTRESSES 'RENOVATED- Loet-Key: ring with seven keys on; -'Panamas and and blocked straw hats Old newspapers at five cents a bundla

-t, M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and House on North "0" street. cheap stories by survivors. Fifty per cent tick furnished if "desired. Guaran. finder will receive suitable reward cleaned workmen.bleached Leave hats atFreid-by at this office. They are all clean

; 'third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. a t.... ... .. ", .. ,.. $600 l.Premuium"extra.: Credit'!given: Outfit teed.. Crapet -taken up .and matting by returning to 15 W. Goverament.4may. expert erickson's tailor shop 34 S. PalafoxSt. and nice.
!!fI m. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten. House on East Ara'g'on'! street only r' free. Write today. .Drop .everything laid if desired. Leave orders at 6maylm

t; dencia street. ... .. :.. .... .. .. .5650 rand, make $500 next 30 days: Standard Green, & Watson Phone 193. 7mar FOR RENT
J 98 i1 I I Co., 325 Dearborn St .. LOsT-A diamond Iqcket engraved MATTRESSES ,AND FURNITURE-
: 5' A. G. PELL Pres., acres' of good farming land, .. Chicago < : ,_ ,
! ,' J. Ii SWEENEY. Sec. bargain at .. .... .". ,. ..''. ..$1000>!, Imay2w WANTED-Young country printer 'J. S. P. Liberal reward for returnto Mattresses made to order; old ones .tru'U flrU'j sW J'uwjwtrntrr fljW
r ;. Four blocks 'in West King Tract,I II wants a position in newspaper or Journal office. 29apr renovate' New ticks' furnished. FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75. in

I ,- each. ..q *. ....' ." $1000-!I WA.'fi'ED-"F1rst. class circular saw Job.:office in Florida: or Alabama. Has Second hand furniture bought and railroad. Address Box 712, City
r"i".: pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. We" have' numerous; othe proper-j j: sawyer. Write,' or apply 'to 'J. T. eight years'i. experience, and an' all- OLOST OR STRAYED---A small. dark sold. Upho1terhl'g'and repairing .done. 6maylw.
,Pensacola Lodge No. 4 L 0. ties listed round'good job printer. A brown heifer with 114 E. Belmont' St., city, phone, 771.
0. F.L ., with us and it would payyou Windham, Supt.,.Millview, ,. Fla., perfect tips or horns
meets eT3ry Thursflarvening at 7:30 to consult us before making. your Imaylw.i gentleman and absolutely sober; will sawn: off; not in very good order, liberal Davis :Mfg.Co.., C., T. Davis, Mgr. FOR R.ENT-6 rooms down stairs;
' : ;at ,the new hall on West Garden investmentWe ,, start on moderate salary:; -Address, reward to any one giving infor- large back porch, large yard *nd

; street. Visiting brethren cordially are in receipt of advices J I WANTED-Agents wanted. San Francisco stating full particulars Arthur Win- matton'as to its whereabouts Last :EX.CURSION-The launches Stella stable. Apply 501 West Chase and !Ua

invited.E.. GREENBLATT.' the fire insurance companies represented -,i 'Earthquake Disaster;! ThouSands free. White Castle La. 12aprlw seen 14 St. and 14 'ave. ; Address .J. B, and Leclair will run excursions to Viller St. Phone 323. 6may1ff

; J, NEVILLE Secretary. by us "That all losses in California -,' killed and injured. $500,000,000 -' T., 104% S. Palafox St, or phone'86. the Life Saving Station., or other
': conflagration will be promptlTpaid ; Worth of property, destroyed; Full and WANTED.-All kinds ol electrical 28apr' points of interest day or night on reasonable FOR RENT-We will move to corner

,.. ;': W. 0. UI... and that THEY WILL CON.' authentic story by survivors and eye work. I sell all kinds of electrical terms. Phones 659' and. :330.::: DeLuna and Government Sts. in a f"w

H 5- live Oak Camp No.'I, W. U. W. T1NUE TO FURNISH AiBSOLUTEINDEMNITY witnesses. Largest and best book best batteries and other electrical euppliei. LOST-.Saturday, April 14, preluma.l:J. C.. Sutherland., Mgr, 12apr days'and for rent.our McDavid-Hyer present office will Co. ib abe

!G .meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd AGAINST, LOSS BYrFIRE ,.illustrated, 80 per cent profit to' agents When you need me. ring 345 or 955. bly from wagon, package containingpair TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor.
;;' ", [Wednesdays In each month. Visiting AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR! Freight paid. Credit given.. Outfits E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build trousers addressed H. P| Moog.If Gents' clothing 'cleaned, pressed and 5may.

I .:: sovereigns cordially invited. AUMOST ONE HUNDRED .YEARS.. I[free. Send 4-two cent 'stamps for lug E., Garden. iSdeo. found- returned to Express office repaired *on short, notice.- No. 11$4 FOR RENT
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I Ii: F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. Protect your home and business'I postage. Address Cooper & Co., 134 and resve reward. ISapr West j.. ,;; LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. against loss by fire by insuring with Lake Street, Cihcago 111. Imaylw WANTED-The. public to know that Idee. North Hill for $25.00, per month until
we) can do all kinds 'of repairing Nov. 15th. All modern conv"a:>
!I" us.ESCAMBIA MAKE BIB MONEY FAST selling float building horse shoeing etc. J. J. H. FORTEK/sallmaker, U6 fcouta ences. Fisher Real Estate Agency.

: REALTY CO. the official tory of -'".Tbe Destruction G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb MonoytoLoan, Palafox street. Orders ''taken for 3may.
! of San Francisco." Our authors, -- -- tents awnings, camp stools and house .

I $$700. 204/2 S. Palafox 1052.Street.' Trumbull White and Richard Linthl- COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows .cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31an. FOR SALE-one grocer's refrrgpra-

',' Telephone cum guarantee authenticity. Nearly Cleaning. Club 212 N.DeVIllers money from Jno. A.. Hall & SHIP CHANDLERS; -McKinzle Oert- tor capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. Appl/
!t,'-i-: Bays a five room cottage E. Gregory General agents for State, for Home 500 large pages. Dozens of photo St. Mrs.-T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage C.i 16 E. Government street When ing & Co.;wholesale and retail ship D. J. Cunningham, Romana and Rail
B. R. shops. Life Insurance Co., of"New York.
jJ sear graphs. Retail $1.50IO to
$20 road Sts.
per solicited; satisfaction guaran in need call on us. Sfeblm! chandlers and. grocers only first-class 2mH'FOR
; euoo1'or: neat five room cottage onEast day easy if you act' quick. Will outsell teed. Careful attention given ladies house of kind in city, Fair prices to all.
'-" HIlL15OOFor any book ever p1lbUslied. Every Phone 1222. RENT-7 room house Nor lj
garments. SfebWANTED. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- MILTON 'UPHOLSTERING SHOP on
,' sir room summer homeon. body interested. Outfit free.
1 Send
foaal: property on short notice. Willie Mime!, Proprietor. Furniture Hill, modern improvement. Bioci
?l-: FORSALE
Little' Bayou line.
near car
S-:' FOR' lOc for postage today.' Best terms to .-Hauling ana: transfer Terms easy. J., B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. repairing "of all kinds, carpets from car tin; Address P. 0 Box o ,!
- RENT. agents. Credit given. Freight paid. work. Office phone' 363 residence Phone 1165. City. 2ma !w-
; pottage, 519 E. Gregory ... .. ..$S.OOC.R.YAEGER All kind of real. estate for sale or Take orders while waiting' for'outfit pbo&d 390. Acosta & White; 22-:& N. Romana. 1feb laid Phone furniturepacked 63. Next to'Tampa for Landing.shipping : -

I- rent. lots.North Some Hill very and choice East Hill ones vacant at- Monarch 'Book Company, Philadel- Tarragona St 25mir, MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate !- \ 22April :FOR RENT-Two very desirabl
phia, Pa. r2w'
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: ''security or on good collateral stores en first floor of Mannatuu
good bargains' for homes ''or .Investment CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
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rates. Leslie E. hotel Corner Garden and Ba.-lpn; ,
WANTED.-The public to know that at lowest Brooks. ,
F T- No. 202 Theleen Bldg. Phone 686.Erf WANTED First-class.barber for colored Floats built to crdu. Horse shoe "
: old newspapers can be bought at F1sh building.. zljan Just completed and arranged in fl> -;lclass
One large lot on R. R. good factory trade. Ring 1010- .1 ring ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. [
pr for five shape. For terms, particula -,
or' warehouse site. One water front this office cents a bundle. They
all kinds 27feb
r at MONEY LOANED on of -
; call Sylvester Campbell Store,near persbnal etc.
lot that a purchaser could make no are all clean'and nice. apply Hooton & Watson. :&A.'r
I dummy depot Warrington, 3a. property on short notice. CHIROPODIST E, St Clair -
For Farm Tunentlne or mistake to buy. One 40-acre farmand 24 aprL! Terms easy. J. W Bullard upstairs FOR
: WANTED-We ord Thomas professional chIropodist. KENT-After May 1, furnIshp
of 160 both foi
want rs
'One acres, near Pen- your 'St.
< ." Timber Lands, sacola. 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original 28%. South- Palafox Phone 1144. Corns,,, bunions Wd ingrowing ,nails cottage af"All Bay." Address B x
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade .noT treated. Office .
successfully in Pensacola. 2Sa.r
Four choice 'brick business houseson designs to select from. All! opera 815 !
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY Pal fox St for sale: Fine invest Splendid time to begin Boey? season prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- UNLIMITED amount 01 money to ioaa house building, Government street en

: Call on or Address ment property., i Few choice offices soon. Few weeks completes. la. 16feb.WANTED. on all k111dS'of personal, property. trance. Office hours' 8 to 12 a. m.; FOR RENT-Second story over !I/>
for rent Top wages paid graduates.: '\Positions Special rates to business men on' large ito8pm. \ !!apr denstruth's Jewelry store. Sui'a' d

Turner & Aymard Turpentine men all. get rich, and I waiting. Best trade in' the world for .-The Merchants Transfer loan. The New York Loan Co.. 201% REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- for. offices sleeping quarters or 'to-

: Real Estate and Abstrat Co. have good turpentine' business fornle poor man. Little capital starts busi Co. wants your moving and banllns. South Palafox. ley, making connections with: mail age rooms. Lee Daniell.24n t
15 boxes ness. Investigate. Mol r Barber College All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tfior-' '
cheap, crops plenty launch for points on. St. Andrews bay.
115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla
O. Box '
P.
: : found timber lease on which together New Orleans La.29apr6t' sea Prop. Phone 978. 18Jnn lm. Extra teams for traveling men. Good FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottars::
with boxes good seven years longer. Found vehicles. 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Waik<*
WANTED good ll-rund .printer OLD HATS MADE NEW, -Panama horses comfortable Call on 'I'
Write or call and see schedule of ; ''JtwFO1Th'ThDark or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley,Fla.. Itgraham, Apr
hats
Straw !
; MONDAY WE WILL SELL LA'DIES : capable of doing first-class job print and cleaned pressed; '
: 50-CENT SAILOR HATS FOR property' ing and experienced ttn iiewspaper! and blocKed. Panama iOc,..8tra w hats sorrel mustang mare Telephon No 74. '_28apr A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for

'." ,25 CENTS.. H. T. CRAWFORD work. Must absolutely' sober; no 25c, felt hats 35c. Work- guaranteed. branded B. on. left hip. Owner may .GOOD PASTURE-For a fe-y horses rent, suitable for furniture or otter
:E: F. E. BRAWNER'S drinking man need apply, 'Cook & Victor Louis. 100 E. 'Intendencia. -. have same by applying to Sylvester and cows. Address- apply to'W.H goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona

I,* "\, Department Store 315l/2"So\M Palafox Street Hutchison.Chipley Fla.7aprim: 24 aprlm "pampbellt W rrington. 4maylw ; Kilbe Brents.! Fla. ISaprlw St Phone 630 30no'I


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YOU OWE. IT TO YOUR FAMILYand GENUINE BARGAINS HI PING -NW[ Paint the" Roof-- ,' ,.fr't : : ,.

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'o yourself to provide a home a home that .your wife and children Modem Home with H block ol t; .,

will take pride in, that you can beautify with flowers and have ground, on East Hill car line, Preserves the ShinglesA .J1-. :
conveniences that you would like cannot I .
!liule to have and have as '3000. Arrived.w
long as you rent. Cut this list out and look at" these homes today Lake Erie, ItJ.! bk.. 928, Efigan Bas- coat of paint put On that shingle roof will add very : -t, r
and if these do not suit you tell us what you want and we will get it Seven room house with, % block of som to Master.' materially to the life of theToof. We have shingle stains J { .. .

for you: ground near StoSdart's. (Will carry. Port>> Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112, -red and green for 75 cents a gallon. Remember we ;" i';

No 1120 East Cervantes. St.. 'between" >l1th .and 12th avenues mortgage of $2300 on this property.. ) MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. Ferres Mentevldeo to German. American .: sell everything necessary to build from brick to shIngle : i' ? '

room and hall new nicely papered 'and painted good neighborhood $2800. .I.. IJ1I; !. Co. stain.Blunders. < i .

city: water ?300 down aud 115 per month ... .. .. .. .. .. .$1650 Vacant lots near East Hill car line Cleared.
Northeast corner 16th ave. and' 13th 'St., lot 120 feet front by from Ribsfon Br ss., 21S5 Robinson, for Mill Company 1J! ) :
London via :
$175 AND UP. Newport News with 1,800- ,
137H feet deep house new, 5 rooms and hall good neighborhood on .
00fL Phone 717.
sawn timber. 21 East Garden
car line a delightful home take a ride on the East Hill belt car line Northeast from Stoddart's place aa Street. _- ; .' .

and look at this place today...... .. .. .. .". .. -,. .! .....$2500 entire.black at.. .. .. .* ,. ... .... ,< ;r :
VE88BLS IN 'CR1. .: L; -: :
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Northeast $500. Naval St re.. ---
corner 10th ave..and 10th street. lot 137% feet front on --------------------------------- : -

10th ave. by 200 feet deep on 10th street. 6 'rooms and hall, out- Lots near St. John's cemetery from. Savannah Ga.May-?: .-The naval Staamehf9i.Balnbrldge .: G I -ft.$4 ...,,$.$,......+.. ,:;;'T.1 :
stable market closed today follows Br ss, 1193 Smith Newport
nouses nice garden, two blocks! from car line. Room for ?30 to $75. On any of this property I stores as :
other houses on the lot if you would like to sell some of it off.$4000 will loan two-thirds of the WW; ... .. ... w S.... .. ..5 10 News to H.-Baars.
purchase
Southwest WG.. .. .. .... .. S. .. .. ..5 00 Birmingham Br. ss, 2612 Baltimore r :HI rJl-k
of 10th St. 6th price at market interest. ilADSlEY
150 feet corner and ave.,4 rooms and hall lot N.. ... .. .. .. *. ..... .... ...4 95 to Gulf Transit, Co. CONPANY 1 ;
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147 x on car line. Nice shade trees and garden. .. .$1100
M l.a. .. ,. ..."' S. .. .U ..... 90 Cayo Domingo Br ss 1713 Friend,
301 East Romana St. 7 rooms and halt, large lot; this is close to THOS PEBLEY K.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .! .. ....( 80 ;Galveston, to Gulf I Transit, Co. .1, .

the business section and should increase! in value.... .. .. .. .$1900 I..* ,0" '.: .. .*..* .-;. (... *" ..... 35 : Chelford Br.ss, 1707, Wood Tampl- t f'i"' ,

514 North Hayne St., 7 rooms, large lot, neighborhood, closein H.. ... .s **' :1 ,r ... ..' .. 4 %5 Co,- to order. COMMISSION BROKERS i. .

block from car line. .. .. .... .. ,t. .. ...... .... '., .. .$2500 CORNERPALAFOX' AND ROMANA G.. .. .*.. .. 0S .I.* .. ..4 05 I Cimbria Danish ss, 1855, Hanson,. .- .
STREET UPSTAJRS. .. -.. ..... ,Manzanillo to Cary-'Co. f
P. .4 00 ii'
No.211 East Government St., 5 rooms and hall !brick cottage ; *i' o
bath toilet, this is almost in the business district;, the house is in E.. ... ....... .e.._ .. ..3 90 I Haslington Br ss 122 1. Willis II WEST iNTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. ., !

good repair and. will-make a nice' home.,.'.,," -' .. e. ... .$210, D.0 .. .. '.:;.. .. V.;. .0 ..' .. 3 80 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. -S :
t .t Florida and Alabama C.. ... .. .. .-" .. .. .. .. ..,.3. 70 I Hersilia Ger ss, 1295- Euler Tampa i
Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. I io ,So. States Ltor. Co. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. |
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INVESTMENTS THAT PAYGO"OD INTEREST ? Kirkstali; Br. ss, 1162, .Hlndet.Faro..
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LAND COMPANY ,, to J.''A.- rrltt&Co. :

are good things to own. We have a house, No. 812 East Wright St., Manufacturers of AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORT* I" louise to Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf.- Antwerp 1 i COTTON,STOCKS,GRAIN.PROVISIONS and BONDS- ? t !. .
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S rooms lot 401137%, renting for $20 per month. good renting prop. LJvsrpool Cotton Market I Schreyer.

erty. It cannot. be duplicated for the price. ... . ... ..$18Uv and Dealers in l'aOS. : Ribston, Br ss, %2185 RobInson, Rio" 2.. ",;. f '
Three houses on the Southeast corner of Cervantes and Coyle St., LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN lan..rlb.........".........5.1-70 I de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co. 1 Bought ,and Sold on Margin or for Investment. t..3'
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Feb.-ll.5.89-71 t Tapt n, Brit. ss, 2300 Trattles!Fun. :
lot 30x125 feet deep each, renting for $15.00 per month. rented all Mar.-.1pr1l..................................570AprilMiy chal to. Pensacola Ltor. Co. "i: : "
the time houses in good repair.) ,.i .... ... .. ,. ,., .. .. .. ,,$12ac: .............._-. 5.98 Vida, Nor ss, 976 Arressen Cardi- ;; : Reference: First KtlDDlllDd Peoples Baaks. Phone 11 73 j : I.': :

Kay..1une.. .................................6.91-8 nas, & Co. ,
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. FOR SALE J.un..Jily.._....................,..... ....6.92." .tog'jyer. : ................................................ : : ,

THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A 1 aIy.Au1u.t! ........................... ...e.92-85 Shlpt. 'tl -.1 .
SPECIALTY
BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. Aalll\-8ephinber no'........... 5.91 Canara Itt ship 1495 Repetts Genoa -4 j I > .
: Lester Piano mahogany fine order, September-October-............ ..........1.76-18 to' Master. .- ,. 'i-. .
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY was $350 price now $275 used onlya I o.ober-lovember _..................._1.69-70 / ; '
few months. $10, cash balance J8 Korembw-Dectnilwr.......i.fig -6 Harvest Queen Brit ship, Forsyth I
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 per month. D.onber-JKDQA77j..".... ..............,5. Rio Janiero to order. .:- ;. ,

Irving handsome case, was $300 Lltwpool Spots' ,61Lr( Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127 Larrsen,I The Training of a Boy in Habits of i4 U '
now $215; very little used. Terms $10 Dunkirk.' ;
New York' Crtton Market "
cash $& per month.: .
Clutter large handsome mahoganycase Open: High Low Close Bariu. i :

; was $400 now $335. A bargain. January 10.00 Antigua Nor bk 1348 Ferguson, .
Terms $15 cash $8 per month. May 11.28 11.27 1U4 lL2i New Orleans to A. Zelius. Saving Thrift and I Itf

The Earth is F Bale Mehlin high grade mahogany was August July 10.07 lUG. 11.10 10.93 10.89 10.06 10.11.10 49 Luisa, 'ItaL: bk] 1591 Montano, from: Industry ,
$450 now $390 rented only few
; October..........>..10,53 10.5S 10.83 IUS Nolloth to master.
A Startling Statement, months; $20 cash $10 per month., December........,10,51 10.56 10.53 10.56 Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. 0 .
Sterling ebony a.se. was $350 now Xsw York Spots1 lUG Parlcwood, Nor bk ,756 Lunde-; i I i '
but it is true and we ere assisting in parceling out dear old terra $120, '$10 cash. $6 per month. '- guard, St Nazaire to Or
firtna. We are now offerin'g pine and hardwood timber land sawmill Clutter, large size mahogany case Wheat Precursore,' Ital bk Schiafflno, 1508, a good example! by depositing a part of : -z:'-j;
and turpentine locations grazing and agricultural lands and used seven months was $400 now Genoa to Rosasco Bros. -

town property. We have a 25000 acre proposition in saw ,mill tim' $275; $10 cash, $8 per month. ..,-..;..Open. ;(.. High 81 Low 80Ii C1o 81 your earnings In our savings department; ., :1- .

ber that is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the above classes, Kimball walnut case was $375 used l.q.r 'mt 78 795.i Schooners.Annie I better still, open a small account/ in his [. .
list them with us, and they will soon 'be sold. !We can sell your turpentine two years now $185, $10 cash bal name. '
place, to be delivered next winter. ance $7 per month. Com.Ope. M. Brit schr., 397 Carter. . :: tv : I..
We are sole agents for all the real estate of the new towii'of All of the above are upright pianos High Low CissiMay. I Mantos to J. A. Merritt & Co. I I '
Lyndiola nestlIng'beside a chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides theB. and we guarantee them. We have 16 .. ......,... ,'l. 4'1. W4 47 .Annie F KJmball, Amer sch, 337. Four? per cent, compounded semi-annually f t .
C. & St. A. railroad. Also for the real estate in the new: seaside square pianos from $15 to $45. 50c )1I1J_. ....45 C::: 45% <5J$ u-%, Sweetland Havana- to master. I I will make ,him a nice nest-egg when he is '
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city or.Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at terminus of the per week; good for practice. Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod,., : .,i .

B. C. & St A. railroad on the far famed St. Andrews -Bay,'which has CLUTTER, MUSIC HOUSE New.Yorlt t'- Stock Market 165 Cardenas. twenty-one.. . ...,_ :
been justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In'fact, it it's Pensacola, Fla. Opea OOMBosthwa : t
., Pacific...
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any p art of mother earth see us about it,- FOR -SALE- -Registered" Berkshire- Copper...........;:; ::::....... io2 102J1 MONDAY WE. ir. I '
WILL SELL. LADIES' -
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hogs; best of breeding. Ask for 131H lSl.1Wi .lf
BUTLER SIMMONS .catalogue. Carl Setteriind ............-.Ji.i..ir; :: ;SO 8 50-CENT. SAILOR HATS FOR :
Chipley, : 25 CENTS. 1
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Fla.
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE: ENTS, R.RT...........,....,........ 7T 8 I F. BRAWNER'S I FIRSJ.'N.ATIONAL n,
CHIPLEY FLA. FOR SALE-One new Kokens bar. B.& 0 .......;...;.-.t.\...108Brto '10m" .-. Department Store. ,
,_ ber chair also several! mirrors. .-..... ".... W 42
Call a-.1 .. ...... ..... .....'.. '"' .
-- ------1 ,or write J. A. Billingsley, 14 E. ; ; .7: 40 tS .. I OF PENSACOLA FLA.
Government St. ISAprillmFOR U8_...........:..., ;.;....:.:89% 89i! > Fortune.From Lotteries. : ; '.; _
U.8., pretern1.............. 105'" lOfl t I
F Rent. For Sale I SALE-One four ton Ice ma n..... ........-..... My- WIf ; :rA: man was brought before Mag-.! w. Er.. -XJr *itfl,Pres- W.:K.Ena Ja., .- .: .
chine ........... ... .. .T, W.Bai5T and W.N.ROBERTS, Asst. ,
complete running. 1. N.
-wmr$ w'rd- wJwJWANTD.Real now, maketag p. 'lU2'- 343. istrate Cornell in New York the other DIcTo33-b'..p":.Bre, ." .V- ABtonnt, W. H. .
r-- --w--'r 1JJ i ice daily.! Will sell at Lea4 ,............ ... .' 'J. '.
a bargain. r. ,14ji r }, day with D. G. Brent. .
Estate for sale or FOR SALE-Nice. clean old charged, selling lottery .. .
newspa.1 Reason for selling, ] .P..t ........ .
installing 15 895
rent, lease or exchange. Your business pers at five cents a. bundle. This of., plant Address quick to T. W. Pace ton M II t.. ,... }MI':..... ..-:%tO94 100" tickets. His' honor held him for .--. . ;
respectfully soUcited. J. A. Wil fice. Quincy Fla. CU.PM. ........'.......... 13SJ 1588N. trial, 'at the same time saying, "It _- : : -_ h
Eon. Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Government FOR SALE Second 26apr2w .T!. ...........'.. 137Ji 137% may but I know .
hand 25H. P. jeem surprising, .
street, Room 7, Salisbury p.0 ................. 93 93 S :".
boiler. Will sell .cheap. Apply to that some of the wealthiest families '
Phone 172. 'D'G..l
building. 23Jan 123
New Method Laundry. 13.AprllI Pensacola St. Andrews and .., ...........................,163 163R. in New York, who are now Pensacola
FOR RENT-Warehouse, 60x75 on I .I.............. .13 : ,mingling in .high society, accumulated City : .
railroad. Address Box 712.. City. FOR SALE OR RENTr-VTwo lighters; 8.a.... 87 87 .
9apr1w.! ona with capacity for 75 thousand ft.I Gulf Steamship Go. T.O.I..--- .. MIH. .144X their' fortunes through lot-

lumber the other thirty thousand ca Pena.... ..-........... 13aJ 133. .t ry.1J Magistrate Cornell told what Denomination, $1,000.00
paclty. Rates reasonable. Also two I U.?,. ..,_--......,1453. U he knew about lottery and how men
STEAMER TARPON. Dated Jan. T; 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936.
For Sale. skiff.boats,for sale.chea.p., 22 ft. long 'who had secured.'fortunes by means '
5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A.i Jntereat Payable -
Chaffln & Co. Milton. '1a. 25mar: W. G. BARROW, Muter"FmSrCL..E3 .r--- of it were today educating their chil-
fOR S'Ai-A paying business; cheap dren in Harvard, Vassar and other

rent; fine location; small capital re ON THE HIGH LAND East Hill electric FREIGHT PASSENGER SERVICE ANU 'Prtn CtoM 't. 'St. Paul Team. colleges: He said that he knew what We Offer For Sale These -
quired. Address Box 68. ,Chipley car line; sir ,lots 100 ft. front President Lennon of the St Paul -
Fla. Smaylw by 1374 deep,' corners' $700. inside -2etwe-n-, (Minn.) Baseball club has purchased he wag talking about and could point Prior Sale, In .

FOR SALE-Good family horse with lots $600. There are no better situations PENSACOLA. MOBILE. A PA LA CHICOLA. Catcher Lew s Drill from the Detroit these persons out.
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lots! JL V. Suit Purchaser.
these Clubbs.
new buggy. Apply Leslie E. Brooks than CARRABELlE. 8T. AN.' American cl D. Th consideration is
Fisher Building. 6maylw JUST RECEIVED-Large soipment of DREWS, M1LLV1LLE. said to be the largest ever paid by a .How SCientists'Disagree.Who .
Olive OIL Retail by pint .shall decide when scientists Correspondence Invited. :
imported minor league club tor a player.' Drill
all points on St. Andrews
FOR SALE Two horses, one wagon gallon or larger quantity.: G. Morasso And Bay Paul ? Sir Archibald Geikie has
,Carrabelle and Apalachicola._' goes to St. at his own request. disagree Deposits.&f.
and one"set .d uble harness, cheap. & Co., ship chandlers: and" grocers. 701 as he is a member of a St. Paul legal warned us that decay of the land is f/
Apply 1815 W. Jackson Smayjw, Palafox. 4oct THE PEOPLE'S BANK tJ '
South SCHEDULE OF
to be aimuch
desired
I Inn and in St Paul going on so rapidly that in a comparatively : .

fOR SALE-One good, work or driving FOR SAL&-Fiae hotel site; best situation Leave Feosacoia ::Suudat, 8:30 as possible to be able to attend short period we shall bell

horse in fcood condition. For in: the: city. for a tourist hotel B., for Mobile, Ala. to/hia private J bnsinesi: He will' .retire danger of a universal.flood. But PENSACOLA FLA.Ho
a 'ticulare'apply to clerk at EscamfoiaHotel. 130 feet fronting south by-172 feet Leave Pensacola Taesdaj. $:3G. p.U' from baseball at the end of th* 'season. ,
St. Andrews MlllviUe before betaking yourself to ark
!. 6may Iw* for Aplacalcola ,- ,
,- deep on Ea t-Government street over. Carrabelle :and Intermediau. building listen to another warning.
looking Seville square and Adams Slimed. With Bl'GOki7B. !
AUCTION SALE of cow and calf Monday street with open view of Pensacola points. :The Brooklyn baseball club promulgates ProtessoMartel: a French scientist .
9:30 In. A. F. Williams, For additional isformaUoa apply t 8993.K. _
at a. bay $10,000 will buy the property. J. R. SAUNDltRS.E. j the contracts of John Butler .declares just emphatically : >
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-auctioned 5may2t lapr. r R. COBB Pmideat EmU Batch Charles A.. Alperman, that in, a few -hundred years the c.w. UMAII Pm1461i. JOHN PFE: I' ,_

FOR SALE Wagon with 3-inch ties; Gen. Frt aDd Pass. Aft- charles Malay, Phil Lewis, Jimmy .world. will dry up and the humanrace E.CLMtK.. VIot."mt40nt. a" CUIdel. J.W. :

nearly new; will sell for cash or on NOTICE TO' C.NDIpATES-Those Pensacola. FJa. Casey, and Bill Bergen., will die of thirst.I .
'su
time or will trade for cow G. E. wishing .to make 'a ceuful run V ama little tempted to wish that THE
themselves "with bottle AW
Bredt cor. 9th ave and 12th St.maylw' .. should of PLUTO.supply- Now' is the season a to The Redi Stan Remain. certain scientists would imitate the :

prepare yOur stomach- and liver The contracts of Phelps, Delehanty world and dry't up. -.Kansas City Independent HA.
YOU CAN BUYLAND Overall Chech, Harper Ewing Od- ; -
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. .
OF
!FOR SALE-A fine piece of water \relj Lobert, Corcoran and Carr with DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY
all and
For sale by druggists grocers,
front property, 50 feet front oh West wholesale by Jas McH gh> I the Cincinnati baseball- club have beenpromulgated. New'Inlet to Alaskan Goldfields. CAPITAL STOCK me.fOO. SURPLUS .
Bay Shore of Ciubfos .
at the foot street '
_ building of the Alaska Central
The
with.a 4 room house front and back FOR SALE.-Improved' and unimproved IN THE NEW COUNTRY DIRECTORS : :
railroad from Seward is proving
gallery has a nice wharf about 250 property; in all' parts, of the city. Gae "D. Hoat." I( ,
feet long, running out to deep water J. A..Wil.3on & Co., Real. Estate Agents, ,Gene De Uontrevllle la balking on to be, an encouragement to pros- | Henry L. Covlngton ',, Frank Rellly ;; : ,
In W. 5. Rosasco,
Recently opened eastern
from the front gate. For a few days Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Arkansas, Louisiana up, .(Mississippi tte.salary:: offered him by the Toledo pectors to1 explore the country along J., M- MeWer Dunwody, T. F. McGoufin, :"
: Bryan
only it will be offered at only $Th00 172. 23anAUTOMOBILES. I Delta) and Southeastern club. \:If he refuses to play Otto Xrur its route. This has resulted in the A.4. W. H. Milton, : .;

'Friedman cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at Missouri along the lines of the r will be stationed at' second. for th4 location of. several gold bearing W. L. c.twtbon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, !

& Co.'s store. Smay .-I am agent for the Missouri Pacific Railway and Vult Hens. '. quartz claims in the vicinity of Ke- Alex McGowIn.- C. .M. Covlngton "
Co. and sell autos
Pope Mfg. can you Iron Mountain Route: at $7.50 to
FINE BED ROOM SUIT for- sale from $500.00 They cost less than nai lake, some twenty miles from
up. Bank .'Individual' *, Corporations f
which when of
$15.00 an acre Account
cheap for cash if sold in a few days; : horses to keep up. They can te run I CREW NOTICE.. the town of Seward. Several very _
Call in 'or address E. B. Hoffman& i in sand or anYWhero horse can go. \, cleared and slightly improved Neither the.o ner..cap- fine specimens of quartz showing Four par cent I Interest Paid on Tim ; f.
Son, 57 E. readily brings a cash rental of tain or' consignees 'of. the S
Gregory St 2maylw Leslie E. Brooks. out from this "
fre were brought 1-
gold
S $4.00 to $6.00 an acre. a Norwegian bark .Sterling, j

FOR.. \LE-One boat 17 tt.. 6 ft. 6 .SL\LE--Thr'ee will be responsible fordebts section*late in the season, and the] t I
of and
FOR yoke oxen UNUSUALOpportunities '1L. ,
ia beam one'trammel net 25 fathoms are that some
; log cart; good team in good condition contractedby. the crew .of probabilities system-I
6 ft deep; two trap nets, 7 ft. deep. exist for.the'. said1 vessel. twill be attempted J
and working every day. Price atic development ; .BItlrow ODD PaUtD1IJ1I.. T.m. WIILL1JS: = : .1
Boat and sail new nets 13 months. $50 Homeseeker and the ELIL&SSEN, ,CijB1D. !U..NSJ'IELD .......ama
lLiL
;' $300. Call on or writeJ, A< Chaffln & Cap s Captw this :jear.-W., M. Brewer in Engineering "B. )[ BU6

<-U---5., LlcanIz. 3may3t Co., Milton Fla., 29aprlm* italist. '- ...- : Magazine.; Citizens National Bank ; :

:TARM FOR SALE 80 .acres; locatedat WANTED-To. loan money on you THERE IS NO BETTER CREW NOTICE. et pesaseola florid qf
watches. Jewe1ry' .and personal ef r the Downer, cap. 1900, Calendars For 1906. fDoyou .
Cottage Hill railroad alUencedIn 'REcro.
on ; Land in the world than \he .' >
and with large house barns, outhouses fects. Highest' cash price for old gold rich alluvial Delta an$ River aNetth 'ship ionsig: HUd ee&gard.of will the I : ( .Uirow'way your"old calendars Gaa. w.Wrf, L MorritBew t.8.Welles. Eix M.EoWnaon. L. Hilton Omn. i .: .

etc. Creek runs through the r and silver, ttghtman a: qein. 106 E. bottom lands of Southern" Missouri for debts ? A Paris "statistician has : A SflVf. Ml BAJVXfJVfl .WSS TIIANaAcrf 'i
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land; and 4 or 5 springs are 'also on wright. Phone-112? Eastern Arkansas', Louisiana contracted! 'by the crew of said vessel I discovered that it is a mistake to do So' "

the land. Plenty shade trees and apPle FOR S1ALE! -Ten newand second and Texas. STRAmittLN, Captan. so and, being.ofan-econOmiCal turn I l

Good, pecan, peach and plum trees. second hand .office safes, different MONEY .IN LAND BEATS: JULIUS. SCHR.YER & C9. of mind;has discovered further that :! ,
soil; also have a lot sf fine breed 'makes at bargain prices. '
sizes best ; MONEY IN BANK.i Consignees calendars for 1900 will serve equally -

fowls chickens pigeons, ducks geese hogs and goats turkeys pea of S<:lrrltt Moreno' ., office East!: Govern-24mar Especially land that Is rapidly well.for 1906.. As a rule, of course, -- .

all kinds. Reasonfor selling ia that 1 ment St. increasing in value CREW NOTICE. a calendar is' only of use eleven I tY..cAEL--: db Qir' f .

have.n'o e.to manage place. A.great NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. -Those Write for Maps, Dll crFptivi Neither the captain, ownS years later and leap year upsets this i Whol.ssli an4 BeAU Desist. ;: ,
successful Etc., Etc. ,
make'a run Literature
for Bargain either a.s an investment or should wishing supply to themselves with a bot. Homeseekers Tickets Sold a er or consignee of the Ital- calculation pretty often. But as Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C 0 A L' j:
party looking for a good farm on Ian Barktine Luisa. will be -
'hieh to make money. Every inggPl1uin tle of PLUTO. Now Is the.season to 1 ,and 3 Tuesday Every Month; for debts :. 1900 was- allotted.365 days only, in- and, BlacksmithOfficeHJa
responsible contraded i
sOmaQ1 and; lIver I. E. REHDANDER: ; stead of .366, the days of the 1906 South Palafax street. Telephone 93.
e and Just as represented No prepare your by the crew of said vessel. i J? ;t
fake. Write or call on W. Morgan, against aU diseases. and 31 W 9th St., Chattanoo-ga.Tean .
EPS-453, sale by, all druggists grocers .- :.
Pensacola for further ; artlc.1U.irL For Consigned to Master. Captain. London Eipjess. rr'- -_- ;:: --- ---- '.
Slmar. wholesale by Ja M HugU.I .. ,>





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-rug iCAL.AtJOURt4AL, MAY 1966 ..
PACE EIGHT PENS SUNDAY ,MORNING. 6 -
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': sP9RT da you persist in paying :.tailor
White from $30 to f 50' for-a- anlt of clothes, BUSY CENTURY
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when I duplIcate"jthe'.8Bit at$18.QQ1 Some
"" can' Sflecla! to Tbt;Journaj.\' ? ? 'i
-. apps .... Century May'S;Asmost' delightful
The races, : griea are becoming rain Is
fell last-night and all nature
t more Inter sttD.i' the Tans ", smiling ,and. rmeihed'fto.dayCentury ?
and
would have them close'and exciting.
-la the '''Southern Latest styles, nobby .patterns and thefi.nest Is improving, every day..
Birmingham ; league Her ice house Is. finishedand
cr ,of,workmanship., new almost
moved up closer to.Shfevepoft, as the she and Ftomaton-aif putting in t +11i..r f r
Pirates ..were;defeated. in a close game atelephone.exchaageand there are'a '+ f I Reasons
Fancy VestsA by: New Orleans, the first game the WHYdo number of phones to be put Into communication -
Pelicans have 'won from the North ; t
tI Louisiana club.this year. Atlanta and
i Great, quantities of strawberrieshave
New Orleans are moving up to the you send away iof'YDUr' Panama been front
: fancy vest of pretty picked .and shipped
Hat and from $ for it,
12,50'toj25
it pay "
two leader Little Rock is getting
; farms nearthis The 1stby
pattern lends an air of place.. crop
k attractiveness to a man's where the chicken got the,ax 'as Is when I can furnish you. wIth} an, equalgoody ; no means marketed yet. This!

appearance. We have Nashville, -Montgomery. 'Menv ly Panama. for "w ,', : EhOws that,.the country'about Century!

i some beauties that you'll phis, too, is climbing. Should Shreveport ., : is second to none in the possibilities! Why.1i"
; like. j meet' defeat today in New Orleans 5.00, ? ot-truck farming. Ws, predict quite' .T : .'. .
Birmingham w1l1'aga n go to an increase in this 'special. line next : : : .
ri the,top with a good chance of invading And the same, comparison with Un year. '
$1.50. $2.00. $2.50 the Western; end of,, the Southern derwear, Shoes and. ,\he. balance, vf Mr. W. D Judgi.'of Montgomery, \ ". '
league 'circuit Wednesday in the lead. furnishings. who, with a party of friends has been : .

,$3.00. and to Chicago in the National league Is No trouble to shoal-goods.- on a fi hg.excursion .Iierrin; &ton, :, ', you should buy aMountain
up
*. right' behind New York and the Cubs -,' spent two days with: the" f plly'! :ofl .
are playing a wonderful game, and Jos. r. Willie..Ricei! . .
} $3.50 I may make trouble :for ilcGraw's men. J Coleman Mrs Clara Miller'visited Mqb.ilc :
x. \1- The American league race Is a ,bunch last week' She returnedhome- a few \I'- : :: White: :
-; Ties of every wantable' and taTJe.our. -choice. days ago accompanied't : by her'. son,
r
212 S P LAFOX STREET .Mr. Nat Miller. // ,
llnd-washable, "strings "
tT. STANDING AND RESULTS The bank'of Jipmaton will dpeu .
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and, four-in-hands etc., 10 \ "
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Monday. IIt was. to havVfceeri jdpenedon .. : .
f 15, 25 cents and up $1.00.The --.- At the first but on account of 'the "da-I }
the Hall

,j)', .Southern Won eague.'Lost (Pet. Library By :l stponed.lay of'bank'supplfes.* >. '.the. opening- .'. : Ass. : "'.; i" T:;, ::'. ':". :;: ,'Refrigerator.

Shreveport, .; ,.15 .4 7f '- Mr: 'and Mrs,
? ; >' ? Leonard Hall are "re .
\," Birmingham.. .. ? ..16 6 763 Magnolia Temple No. 4R&thbone joicing' over the arrival of a' little / i
New Orleans. ., ..,.,10 7 588 daughter.Mr. .
? clean in nook and
Refrigerator thoroughly
Unless a
John White Atlanta.. .. .. .' .; ,.11 9 550 .} Taylorour genial dairyman; you.can every f corner
Memphis. -.7' '8 467 Sisters has been observed to wear a more
f food and and that disease.
lodges decays means
N Nashville. ? ? .. 7 13 350 smiling appearance than usual. Causea
Store Phone 'Montgomery. -? .. ,. 5 13 218 May.101,90forthe 6' little baby, girl has came to cheer. : '
t 225. Little Rock.., ? .. ..' 2 15. 118 Thursday, ,; his- home.Mr. White Mountain Refrigerators'have every-part removable for cleaning. Parts

Laughton, the master machinr .
205-207 S. PAALFOX ST. Yesterday's Result benefit, ist o( the Alger-Sulliva:1Lumber. CQ. 'may be, taken out, sunned, aired, cleaned and replaced,without effort.
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'" Atlanta 4 ,2. Pearl Eagan ,Hope. left for Galt City Wednesdays He is '
Memphis"7, Little Rock 4. to erect a. mill of. his own The greatest guaranteed ice sabers,: the' most sanitary Refrigerators manu-

,' Birmingham 5, Montgomery 2. Musical Program Little Ruby &ughteY of :Mr. Board .. '

T. : New Orleans 4 Shreveport<< 3. iran" Vaughan, of Ballentine, whose! factured:
1- ( REFRESHMENTS SERVED, 'ff([ feet were badly burned a few weeks

South Atlantic League ago, Is now able to walk agtinMr
'Won Lost !iPct. Vaughan Is now with.-.the Ballentln

i There is Augusta. .. ..,.. .'.:.12 6 667 NOW READY Lumfeer Company ,tThey have 'constructed
Jacksonville.. ? .. ,klO7 588 number .of."new houses at
Charleston. .i .. ....10 8 556 Segari's Bath House their 'mill. Their nice new residence
;o.< 'Macon. .. .. ? .: 8 10 446 will be completed' In a very "few days

Savannah. ,. ? ,... 8 10 446 Everything first-class anduptodate. This company has purchased large II
Columbia .. ? .:V7. 11 333 timber. interests near .the milL .
j .. Mrs. ,J. D. Franklin 'of AIco, Ala., \ 1
who has been, spending'the
..No Yesterday's Result. week with
Augusta 1, Macon 0. h er. daughter Mr .- T, .J..Booth, returned -
ExcusIII 0.. FIRE to her home to-day. .
.. Columbia 1,- Savannah SURVIVED
Charleston, Jacksonville 4. Mn Joe Booth, who: attends school E ar M+
c[
Brewtcn, Ala. spends his: Satur

y.t for the [ t National League. IN GOOD SHAPEii; and Sundays, with his parents .
Won Lost Pct !Ir. and Mrs. T. J. Booth. .., -lIId -. ---....=.__ ,y- =-- ..
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: fitting, shoddlly made clothing. Theycan New YorJr.. .. ..: ..,16 5 763 Mr. Hartwell Vaughan, who has, .

,, Chicago,,' .. .. .. '..14 6 700 KNOWLES BROS. HAVE I INTEREST.ING : Van been Lumber connectaa Co.:) ,with for three the.AlgerSullt.years has ,:-OKlUiN OF; VVEUOING CAKE. | .... -
now have them built to,order righthere : ..10 6 625 I -
'
,
? resigned his position and is
now
s, at home by expert tailors"an l Philadelphia' .J,, ?.., ..,.11 8 556St STORY FOR.BUSINEsS .erecting; a'small) plant,of his own at .Roman Maidens Carried Three Ears ol
Louis. :. .. 9 10 471 Husband Gone Wife Without
? MoneyEvery
Pringle Switch, one .mile. south of Wheat to the Altar.When'in !I
MEN TODAY
Boston; ... .. ... ..9 11 450 ,
at reasonable prrceS: Remember our Cinennati.! .. .!..... 8 16 333 Century Misses ancient or imperial Rome ;
Brooklyn., .. ., 5 15 250 Bodie Hagood and Grace a maiden was wedded according to mari'who has a wife is placing her future In jeopardy -
Stewart, Mr. Ed.
o ; shops. are here and every dollar weour and Goldsmith, of If he is' not carrying ample life insurance.
"\. It has been'said that one insurancepolicy Atmore" visited' Misses.Rice( .Suue confarreation she always carried, .

, :_ pay workmen stays In Pensac la. Chicago Yesterday's 8. Pittsburg Result.5. Is just as good as another until day. ..4.'A: three ears of wheat in her hand, Get4Assurance, ; Not For a Day,- But For AH Time
'c I the fire-after..the fire, It's' the. on The Public'School! b.1ay- ay' exercises'on while over her head was broken a
Philadelphia 4,
We, appreciate your business. Boston 6, New York Brooklyn 4. 3. that'pays the loss'that fs then, entitled, The : the evening 'of May 1st. simple cake of far and mole salsa.asa The 'Equitable furnishes,it.. Send us' your name, age and
ii'lowirig'program.
to confidence. was;! carrie 421
; address. million dollars assets
guarntees the
i. Cincinnati. 4, Sf. Louis. A This'is strikingly'iilustfatei, in the out quits, nicely: s:. presage of plenty and an ample payment of every policy prompt
Pboral .Opening: -Grammar Grades abundance of the good 'things of
survival i
AmerieaeiLeague.Won five well known and absolutely companies!stability which have of and. High:".School. 'N" JL.Crowing" life. Insurance, l< nowles cRrne Gen 1 Ag s

1, PhIladelphia. u ..10 Lost 7 Pet.588 come, through the. San Francisco, disaster Grades. .the I May, ftueen. -Primary. In ,this primitive custom, then. I Fire. Life. 1\ PensacolaI '

Reese & Mendel I Cleveland.. ,, .. ,00.. 9 7 563 : with big' surplusses left after, all Wand Drill J TXelvet Girls.- We: see. the germ from which grew -
... losses shall have been paid. These the elaborate loaves and dain-
Washington. .9 8 529 Play; Mrs! Willis's Will-Kve Girls. plum
Detroit.. .. companies< are mentioned; today In the '
?' .i..V,9 8 523 handsome The ZuzusJ'welv,9..Boys.Tableaux""D .-, tily berjbboned; boxes of luscious
y j THE HOME TAILORS, Chicago. .. .. .. ....6 6, 500 ; .display advertisement of y Dreams Carnival. richness that form so .INN4+INNON........... .NNOINNI.
conspicuous a
New York.. .. .. .. Knowles Bros., the oldest Insurance: OLANNN
9 10 412 !A small admission! fee was charged >
.. No. 11' N.' Palafox stlrVV'OOD. 8t. .Louis.. -..... ,. ..9 10' 412 agency In Pensacola. : for' ,the benefit of the' school{ rooms feature of, oUr marriage: feasts to- :::

Boston. .... .-. .t ... .711 333 these Knowles Bros are agents for'all of and a neat sum' was.netted. : day.The Iron Works Supply Co. i
Yesterday's Result. .companies, -and 'the total :asseM Mr. Fi'.ink Miller leavs Monday for | bridal wreath of an early

Philadelphia 9;New York 3. represented In their office are over' Rodman, Fla., where Jte..goes to prac- English bride was likewise fashioned f Manufacturers and .Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, :
.. Louis:X Detroit 2. seven hundred million'' dollars. It tics denistry. of bearded and sometimes FORGINGS, .MILL AND,! STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
Cleveland 3, Chicago-.3,. (twelve i Innings. will pay business, men to read what Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan spent Saturday ( gilded :: REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention glyen to all orders. 1
.' they have to say about, it.. in" Mobile. ) wheaten spikes, while on her return 0 day or, night ,Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Los and |

.J All kinds that you want.OAK Boston-Washington, rain. iMr. Glover has returned from a ; from church corn and other J Timber Dogs, also chains of ail descriptions.! Office phone 123. Residence *
business visit to Opp, :'Ala. cereals were showered upon her and p phone 1029. P.- O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. |

HEAT AND'COIt). Miss Marsh, from Detroit. who 'has then carefully gathered up and consumed +.\+.++.+...+++.....+.*++..........+.....++.++.+..+.Oy4f4
i AND PIN. been witbT'Mrs. Hecker for some timeis
Ii. the week end .by the wedding guests. In
How'tlie spending with Mrs.
Showing Oae '
t P pandi and.1
. cheaper than you can buyIt A FEAT. OF STRENGTH. the Other 'Contract{ *. ty a Duller this; also' we recognize a rude ant t + .......44e.........4..9N1.....++++
.. ', Mr. ..M11lerhas goneto his summer cestdr of modern fashion-that t.1
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Here is
; size
lanywhere. Any you a pretty experiment; withlome '
How to. Break a Stone With a Blow needles and piece J home; Duluth, Minn., where Mrs. sending newly married pair off.in o
want. of
f ,: i of'Tout FUt. trating the_ principles a of, expansion,cork tlJp}b J-> many MiUen friends will join of Mrs.him Millen next! w are ek.loath TheY a small blizzard of hard,.snowy rice. I i ithe. i Gas.Has'.Become. Both ,a Comfort and a. i

J f. G SEWELLPhone U any one told yon it was possible to heat and contraction by.cooling. to .see her go.: (Her ready sympathy In the 'course 'of time however,

break a stone with a blow of your fist, Cut an'ordinary cork stopper- half] winning manner and :graceful hospl ; golden'g 'ain was ground and ;, |

f 614. you would laugh at him. But there i is down the middle and, leaving the flat tality will be greatly missed. suede into large, thin, dry biscuits, Necessity in the Kitchen. j

a way by which you can accomplishthis part as the top, scoop a :aer.ic1rcu1ax.I Fishing parties' are now' of frequent which -..weregayly shattered above *

t ..' c:= feat entirely by your own strengthand piece out of the side, as shown in Fig occnrence. Mrs. Vaughan and Mrs. the blushing maid's 'j 1: .... :
flowinglocks It removes that Increasing toll that; meant and
i WIthout.lnjury to your,fist. L Now stick the point' of1 a 'need ." Willie Rice with their families spent fretting :
If 'Friday on the banks of the beautiful md then'distributed among the by- worrying and heat and muss; A few years ago,it was a
8Z First select stone
1 your > or, rather, Into one side, A, and let the gyeofe' the : .. .. .
"'"-< q two stones, each of"which should b needle rest'lightly on'top of.the other Escambia. river. They_ spent a. delightful standersj To}this'day, t tpo, .in,,.some luxury--now.it.ls.a.necessityJn, every well regulated
day, but the Lord was ,m r. .of s household. It j isinexpenslvebecapse'no.fuel''is wasted. S
about portions highland Scotland it is-; "
twelve inches
long, but one side of the cork, B.
"Let In
us put a cooking and Awater
ciful to the fishes. Messrs.-- W. H. range heater. See
should be only' a slab one-half Inchthick Take a second needle and stick it upright Mitchell and N. R. Wilhelm went fishing still customary for the best man and Y them at our, office. Our demonstrator. will. be-glad to e

'f while,"the other Is three or fourInches Into the cork, letting.its point ; one day last we i.. They report first bridesmaid to break an oatmeal i show them to you. -

:Paj: amas thick. Lay the thin stone flat, pass through th& eye 'of needle No. 1. acatch of forty-two fish. They also cake aver a young wife as she crosses :; .

firmly and Immovably on the ground d, Next to needle >\o. 2 stick >.third oneTEX shot and"killed seven large moccasins the threshold of the first house entered 0a
.
and on it place,,one end of the other 'in one hole. Fish and snake after* the marriage

,; stene, raisin; the opposite-end to an story" but; "1 tell It as' ''twas told to This bannock is then partaken ceremony.of : : Pensacola Gas Company \
i. angle of forty-five degrees. The i
... "* raised '
meTije_ gang saw, which the Alger by all the assembled. and '
; end of the second stone must be over :
t Pajamas are regarded { washed down 148. 24'and 27 E. Garden Street. a aNNNN
I the center of the stone, on the ground Sullivan Lumber Company put in the with the Scotch whis- Phone ,

;r:, by'very many men as and must .be kept In position by a .. mill gle and is doing moulding fine machinery work. Lath will shink h: the in bride which and they drink the health of : .N ......NNNN.eN.........'..$44.......:
piece of twig or stick the necessary bridegroom and of
In
put soon. Quite a number of new

: ,'The Ideal Sleeping Garment length.You are now ready ,to demonstrate she.ds. 'and switches, are being 'put, iunow. their respective clans.-Ldppincott's. ---- r ..Ufa a ;,.ann3 101._. -. ll'.d''

.. your tremendous stren h. Strike tbe 'Politicians! visit us 'often. :Mr. M. :The Star Arcturus.It A Story Aboutthe: Rainbow. mall brushi and an ordinary soap

I; preferable to Nightshirts elevated stone a smart blow at abou 'fir .y_ "''.,- 0. Baggett seems to be in the lead is quite natural for the humane The Indians have lather go over a suspected pipe. If
the center, ;wIth the little finger side of s. for country candidate: for legislatureHis nd, which associates all thoughts a lovely thought there is a beak, no matter how tiny,
in the hand., The prop, ,ot! course will i friend! are supporting him loyal aid makes all about the rainbov i They love flow- it will blow bubbles in the lather.A .
many ways. earthly
.give way and.'the bottom ston will be _a ly. Messrs. Zeek and Merritt, county comparisons by ers even as we dd...The roses, lilies, leak too small to flame
standards to think of the inhabitants produce a
TOTE HAVE them in broken to'pieces 09 thf elevated stone commissioners in city districts! ; pansies goldenrod they hate to
I r will thus disclose its whereabouts.
IF have ; of of
the
falls upon It from its angular position. many frIend The many admirers some monster worlds see leave. When they see a rainbow I r '
Thus rou'ba.y of Hon C. B. Parkhill "fa: which'are'..kniown to be whirling '
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; light-weight broken the stone Into vor his candidacy for supreme bench they-fancy"that' fthe lovely colors Apples In Ma epl .Sirup.
pteces by one"blow of your bare fist z We are sorry indeed to note the absence : through space as being giants of the spanning the sky all the wild flow- Cut eight apples in halves and remove

the astonishment of nny'one who m'ay of the names of Messrs. W.. A most gigantic kinds. Take the star ers, lilies, violets, etc., and the moss i the in
:Madras Nainsook AND have doubted your'ability? to do so..raw. Blount and A. V. Clubbs for Board p i Arcturus as an illustration. Thatgigagiic'planet of the woods' still and cores, put a saucepan
Public Instruction., are living with one'cup of maple sirup, two tablespoonfuls -
have
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blossoming in the heavens.
anew
Amt Who Raise Grain. ; such' good eenrice< we hope the conn- circumference, or about 656,000 'of butter, one and one-
: In of South / ty will not lose their services half cupfuls of water. Bake until
i India one the American coun.tries ; en* Lilies straight through from 'to '"
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Crepe pole
there are ants which besides carrying tirely. We note the name of Mr Riddlis./ the sirup is thick. Serve cold with!
out In their minute way their! Blount for' county cominissionsr fo r pole, or from equator to equator. Why afe'grasshoppers< like watches whipped cream
G one of the lower county districts.Mr. Our.little world is only-8,000 miles
.wonderful social awl z ? Because they .
commercial move by springs.When
ST: $1.50 and $2.00 the econ'omy George Taylor spends Sunday in diameter
or 24,000 in c3rcumferelite.
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help the course by raising grain NEEDLE HXEJMIST. with his mother and .sisters, at Mus is -an umbrella like aper- Removing Warts With SaltToremove

t suit. : ,for them. 'Of they do not do ito Into the cork in' as '.upright ;position cogee Fla ; In fact, it is such a mere .son convalescent-"'-' ." '?"- When. :it. .is re- i / a;: wart dampen it awl
Jntenttonajly, for theIr'object is to pygmy compared with Arcturus that : '
'. p also. You are now ready fot TOur experiment covered. ; rub with 'piece of common salt.

sThe best .night dress vide food"for them 4thes., They take as shown Fir, 2.:}Light.acandle : If the stoma it mighf fall into.one of that plan- What is that which we never borrow : Do this 'three or four times a daj
the
ripe seeds which fall efa
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on the lakes whether
rf groundand and holding the corlrott the ach Is weak," SRTTE great they be ,yet often refu.rn: Thanks for a month, and the wart will drcp
for chronic kicker burrowing under the earth; bury side away from the needles,"tbrusf the water: burning seas of and
a 'these seeds in the dirt for food for the resort to the fJ gas What is the hardest "key to turn? >)3, leaving no mark on the skin.
middle of the horizontal CEl.DRATE biu'y.iuelf out of sight. We '
needle into the Bitters at once are apt A donkey. -: ,

t js,a suit of. pajamas. rainy season.the .seeds When which the the rains antshavenot ,havepassed .#!ame. The heat will.make the liffiuexpand It will strengthen to think. of these planets as being To Keep Lemons.

throwing'the needle that la it and inhabited,however much the chances Lemons
eaten burst their shells and eventually ; ; Birds Without Wings. can be kept in good condition
f' ; a good crop of wild grain will reward stuck through Its eye out.of its perpendicular thus' cure may be against such an assumption, Birds without'wings are found in almost any length of time
position. As it "
some' lazy"native-who Is too idle from the flame and the needle you remove cools it Indigestion, and'to compare such supposed persons New Zealand ted Australia. Kiwi is I under glass that is light and aId

H. O. ANSONy to provide food for himself. 'When youeec will contract, and the second 'needle 'DYlpepslaCoitlveness, ..tothe size of the world uponwiieli'they the name of one .speciesV: Beautiful tight. Set one under a goblet

a little ant hurrying along with i its will return to its original position::, live. If, Arcturus is-in- mats are made: of. the.: feathers of see.
tiny burden be careful not to trea.dupon !habited and its people are built the .
The white
third needle is there merely as a Flatulency on variety,' but it 'takes ten
CASH CLOTHIER it, for it Is such a wonderful little test, to show you bow they move apartand Poor Appetite the lame'ratio that we are an aver- years for more to' collect enough Washing Chamois.

'' 1' ereat rgthat, you: never,can tell In together with the expansion and Biliousness age :Areturian cannot :fall much feathers to" make even a small mat Wring chamois oat of tie soap?
Comer: PaUfoi aDd! Main, what unexpected ways It.. may be. serving contraction, -shown the short .ofbeing twelve water without When it
j you. _as by two fig ,and Cramps MACHRS miles ia I which would.sell for, about 150. rinsing.

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Cont Forget Parkhill. ,I I Iin_ securing .final adjudications' of !it has at its.command a deadly collection two gentlemen In view of the, fact > 0 i \ ,

-Charlie ParkhiU" is.the way we I I j litigation., Under the' present 'organization of weaPons they are. for the that the bar: and thepeople are : !if v GOUNTY FAMILIES I /. E. ALLEN ; flOf 4 :

peak of the Jefferson county boy 1 of the court however, the most part, used with discrimination unanimous for their re-election. They ,: .
WlO is a candidate for one of the two i work has been -brought up to date and moderation though in a stand up ere' an hpnoc: to the _& ate supreme .1
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one wearing: the judicial ermine. The present Justices, who have a man "Justice'Parkhill sounds better. labored faithfully 'aid- well'to bringabout fore his final destruction Struck a Popular Chord. I
the news- .
jione ranked higher in social, Bros., who are known on both sides ". : { : _
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Don't forget to mark an "X". before this great improvement in the paper most genrally wins out -Orlando -, The candidacy' of; Hon. Newton: A. I of the Atlantic, are two of the } t
-Monticelto News. Supreme Court have intellectual ,and financial point of view. family ( ;
Us! name. merited the Reporter-Star. Blitch for' railrowcQIIlmlSsioner:]/ of Mr. and Mrs. Knowles. .
S warm approval of the 'people of Flor- SWarm seems to meet with hearty approval' I than did the family of Henry Hyer.! Louis, William and Albert t.c tff "-
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For Railroad Commissioner. l loia.! (Public' sentiment seems to be Race,In St. Johns.D. throughout the state, and it is free Mr. Hyer and'his';noble wife were of three of Mr. Hyer's sons. They were '1.: :,'- ,

The withdrawal of 'Jefferson B. strongly in favor of continuing the I E. Thompson, formerly editor of ly predicted that he will be nominated pure German descent, he being a' native were gallant soldiers in the Civil: to' } l:." .

Browne ,as a candidate for railroad present very satisfactory service ,of I the St.; Augustine Record, is in the in the primary' May 15th by an of Bavaria, and she of Bohemia.I War, and as I think were in ,jj "
commissioner leaves the race open the Supreme Court, and Justices race' for the overwhelming majority His: unas- Bohemia station on'Escambia bay !
I legislature from' St. was -. General daaton's brigade. One of ;:! :
t tn only tour other candidates for the't Whitfield and Parkhill will 1la'ble'character and his fidelity to l'I'I' '
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I Johns county. As a running mate, he named in honor of Mrs. Hyer's native the daughters married Dr. Whiting :j ,
to be filled. candidates be' .
.o places The nominated in the primary for one, has Colonel Mac Williams, who is the interests of the people in every country. noted 1
a physician another .
are :R. Hudson Burr, present, full term each.. It has been the rule position of trust that he has held:commend Jj. <
: known over the entire state as an The Hyer family came to Pen- married a Mr. Thornton. Two of the 'r t
incumbent, E. B. Bailey, of Jefferson,'in this'state to give all judges one: sable him strongly' to the consideration -
man. The race promises to be I sacola about the 1820 and en-
twins
year daughters were and .
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deeply attached to each other they ;
\. Butch of Levy.-Madison New i reason why 'there should be a 'departure believes he will be elected by'such 'a'uajority r 4 ;
Saint Paul says every man has his talent ,' .ri never married. Louis died in 1867 ot. j t':
Enterprise. I from this rule in seldom
the has been
cases as given ,
The Effort too Great.
I of and that was' fully verified in yellow fever. William and Albert .
Judges Whitfield and P rkhill- candidate for. public office in
Faith Hon. Jefferson D. 'Browne has any Henry Hyer If ever there was a nat- constituted the firm known as Hyer :-t .t f
Just Kept Gainesville Sun Florida. Starke Telegraph. .
withdrawn from the ural-born merchant, Mr. Hyer was that IP. Bros. dealers in.
for state
Governor Broward has committedthe I race pitch pine timber 4 if.
unpardonable sin, in the estima- New Blood' In Office. railroad commissioner, a position in Honest and Capable. man. His super-abundance of magne- lie: firm, up to the present daj, hasa -tf }.

tion of the land-sharks and the railroads -I Wouldn't it be 'a good scheme to' which he has served one term. Mr. The Miami bar has endorsed the tism combined with his unswerving world-wide fame. I remember'/when ; f ;; f' "
-he has kept! faith with theieople.Laurel have a few of'the types of the "New i Prowne likes the job all right, but candidacy of Hon.. J. B. 'Whitfield for honesty, brought him an Immense city IRffiam Hyer Hill Southern Home. South". in office? We have progressive the effort of "running" is too strsnu-" justice of the .supreme court. The and country trade. Mr. Hyer's store Abercronflrfe, a daughter of James' t f ",
men all over the South who are. ous for one of his calm proportions. lawyers of the state are better capa- stood in the exact spot now occupiedby .. Abercrombie, one of our most worthy .' : '. .'

Supreme Court Judges. up to the times, and they are the -Pal, atka News. ble 'of judging a man's ability for Sol Cahn's fancy grocery store .' and highly respected citizens. Many? Cof ;. '.
S4, S and the upper story: was 'used for a 4 ; Pensacofa'a best citizens are the H .
Nominations are to be made at the men we want to 'manage the affairsof such; a highly responsible office than ,
primary! election of May 15th of two the present day. The South is advancing Eittlnger Running Some. the" common 'public. The legal fraternity dwelling while the lower portion was children of Mr. and IMrs. Wliliaof4 i4 }
Justices of the Supreme Court- The &nwe want men with advanced Hon. 0. 'L. Bittinger, of the Ocala of Floria'a have> endorsed both used as a genral merchandise establishment PROF. I. E. ALLEN. Hyer. Although William Hyer la an I .r <

jlaces to be filled are now held by ideas.-Gainesville Sun. Star, is making a handsome race for Mr.. Whitfield and Mr. C. B. 'PaTkhill 'As I remember at this date,' np-to-date business man, yet when ha -f\.' .
Justices Tames B. Whitfield and "S S the legislature. In fact, he is making for renomination and election as supreme -he had the largest' and most complete,I I to me only yesterday that I was goltg is not attending to business, he is one { ,1'; f .

Charles B. Parkhill who are serving Prefer the Larger. Sphere. y, a regular Dan Patch record. court justices,. therefore their wholesale and retail house in Pensa-'' up Palafox street and saw threeor of the most agreeable companions 1 \ ,"
farts of full terms. These very able Most newspaper men.had rather be Tampa Tribune. candidacy should be seriously, considered cola.My four fine carriages drawn up in frontof ever met. He delights to talk about ::1 f .
and popular judges are candidatesfor spectators in that legislature than t by all concerned. Both ban recollection is that Mr.. Mr. Hyer's residence. As a sightof Pensacola's old inhabitants of tu C -t. '..
the two whole terms to be filledat play upon its 'staja and that is why i Honor to Supreme Court. proven themselves honest( and capableIn Hyer had three'.sons and four daugh! that kind was a rare thing in-those antebellum times. J t:' :

the coming primary. EO many of them refuse to help make i Judges Whitfield and Parkhill, of the discharge of their duty and ters. :Miss :Josephine, 'the oldest, was days, I 'Very naturally asked the cause There is no place on this easth e'4dear .'u .

For a number of yeans the State it a newspaper legislature. After all the supreme courtwill not have .serious -there being no reasonable or apparentcause married to !.ir., Peter.Knowles, a most when I was informed that ,Mies Josephine to me as my alma mater, Pensa-/ n i .
Supreme Court' was several years be- the newspaper's sphere Is a' larger: opposition. The Tribune would for opposition' they should l re- excellent and'highly' educated gentle- Hyer and Mr. Knowles were cola. I hope and trust I may yet ses:1: J ,

land with Its work, and there was one than the legislative hall.' It has II I like to see the color of th man's! ceve th,3 unanimous democratic vote.1 man. I was"stopping in the city on married the other night and their Pensacola the queen city of the soata.I. A! t.. '
much complaint ovqr the long delays its own battles to fight and' though face who would dare to oppose these;'-Miami Metropolis. I the night of,'the.wedding, and, ,it seems friends wer 'feoing with them on their, E. ALLEN f I

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Tnrough trains to Cuba! A railroad duration while seated in the. cars ofa !In the rock embankments there laid on ton of this abova the level of hundred feet, wide with, baislns two/''Coast Railway at the present time is raent of Florida already accomjjashed: 't- f, :

track which stretches one hundred train. -' I'I will be a number of twenty-five foo the concrete coping. The base of lUfld) '"'i feet wide between. The 501.86, subdivided as follows: Jacksonville would be content to rest. But he ..z,

miles out Into the ocean from the volume Recognizing of Cuban the travel importance, as well and as;I openings row-boats and to permit;mall craft the ; passage and where of rail, will accordingly be ,about thirtyone great piers will afford berths" for to Homestead, main line, does not seem to rest at all. After d t.. !

touthernmost' tip of the Ftori 'a mainland the future freight-carrying outlook, 'th? tracks cross three important feet .above the mean low waUr forty boats, four hundred feet long. 393.86; Titusville branch, 47 miles; i the railroad had been extended to 1:; '

Twin lines of steel that jump. Mr. Flagler has long been! planning: channels, drawbridges will be put. in I level. The depth of the water is from twen- Orange City Junction branch, 27.4 Miami bay, and after Miami-called :'f i'
from one to another of the long, low the extension of his railroad from i to pass larger vessels. I. Mr. J. C; Meredith :Mr. Flagler's ty to' forty feet. miles; Mayport division, 26 miles; the "Magic City," because of its rap. '.'i ; \ '
coral islands which stretch away like iiaimi to some point where a deep, The concrete-arch viaducts will he constructing "engineer, ,estimates, that With these harbor facilities Key other branches, 7.6 miles. When the ij? 'growth-had risen on the palm- ; J
8: string of beads from the peninsula loomy harbor would accommodate I the mofe* difficult part of the work:1 thd amount of material to be 'usedin West will almost immediately rank Key West extension of 126 miles! Is dotted shore, everyone thought that 't J ;
to the southwest! More than five sfcips drawing more' water than, is afforded There are four of these aggregating tba concrete'arches'is' hundred with New Orleans, Mobile ana1! Gal- completed, the system will have a to- here there would be a halt. But it :)<::1 ; '
mile! of tremenduoys!: 'concrete_ ar'ches tt. Maim! From' this latter I 5.7S miles in length. They will be I and six. thcusan and one ,hundred vsston as a, commercial port. The tal mileage of 628. The value of the eoon appeared that the halt was a 'l-{ .
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; and, more than fifty of rock Tort'if'Is. one hundred and 'sixty-five: [from >Long .Key: to Conch Key (ten cubic yards ot saifd,: two' hun- Importance of Key* West ais a south- road is indeterminate, since Its own-' long way off:, and that the most imposing ... i-'f. !
and earth' "embankments, over which miles J>y: boat to Key West,,and two thousand and five hundred feet), dred barrels of hj jolld Pullman trains will run into the hundred and forty- miles to Havana, tcross Knight's Key channel (seven hundred and seventy-six thousandand of Unitd States ...naval craft are Its stock is in few hands, and changesof for Florida were yet to be developed. "f : "
citY of Key West! I I I while it is but .ninety miles from Key 'I thousand and three hundred fet); nine hundred cubic yards of stone I in themselves a guarantee that the ownership are almost unheard of; The road was extended into a folorn ?- ;
Henry Jot Flagler, multimillionaire,' West to th.2 Cuban capital. :and across Bahia Honda channel aDI(' tour thousand and eight hundredand government. will maintain1 a good 4t is not quoted in the ;financial reports wilderness but the people no : .

sometimes 'called the "King of Florida -'I Since Spanish-American: can war, tour thousand and nine hundred and I ten tons of steel. c-epth in the harborsand channels, : and its profits and earnings are I longer wondered. t Aside from Teaming f '.
," dreamed it one VTanuary after-.Cuba 'hat has experienced a tremen- fifty feet).. The standard form of At.'Bahia Honda-;harbor, forty miles allowing the entry of vessels drawing of little concern to outsiders.The : that this wilderness can be converted ':.
roon, as he sat under the palms that tfusf Vommercial development, and I con&truction to bs used is fifty-foot I*outheaut of Key West, where there much water. older part of the Florida East into one of the country's gar-' !,
grow about his subtropical nome. Be- as a winter resort it has also become i reinforced, concrete, circular-arch is from eighteen to twenty feet of While Mr. flagler does not feel Coast Railway is one of the prettiest den spots, they have been brought to i "
ing a man given" to making his very 'popular. The new line which !spans and piers; but in some places water and a good_entrance channel, a'orking'base even after the' Havana' car-ferry i Ira In routes in the eastern half of the realize the Impressive fact that a ;J' '

dreams come true, he woke up, and Mr. Flagler 1 Is now building promisesto sixty-foot spans. will ha used. The ; will be established: r and operation, that the Florida East Coast United States, traversing as it doesa railroad l through to Key West, the ;
set a multitude of men to work. Already afford much hatter facilities of I water is from ten to thirty feet when the road is completed to that railway can expect to compete with section upon which has been lavished most southernly point in the United {.
the road is fast being con-I!I communication between' our island deep in mat' places ana1: the bottomis point, a temporary servica to Havana steamers from' Havana' to New York all of the attention that a vast States, will ''bring this country Into ;"r',
structed. Within three years you'i neighbors and; the ,American main- limestone; but as these waters will be inaugur. ed. As a matter of and New Orleans in heavy through fortune has afforded. the closest and quickest possible i4 :

nay boar a, sleeping! car In Chicago I land. i are frequently disturbed by severe:fact, Bahia Honda really offers an excellent freight traffic, he does believe: thata The rapid evolution! from primitive, touch with the West Indies and .?'!t'
snd'. never leave it until the engine' Construction of. the Road.In .,and sudden storms, much difficulty is seaport terminus. It is but large portion of the passenger, unknown little clusters of cabins and South America, and the great volume! if,. .
\. 'for Havana, Cuba. I'I'.histe skirting, the lower edge of the I.looked for in placing the concrete. twenty miles farther away from Ha- fast freight and express business be- :boarding houses scattered among the of shipping that will eome day ba r;',
The average cost of extending Mr. Fieri! peninsula. th.3 long chain of Ail material, inducing the broken vana than Key West.; The reef bordering tween Cuba and the United States cocoanut ana: : palm groves in southern going .through the Panama canal. !'
Flagler'e East Coast Railway! system islands extending out, from' tne main. stone for the concrete, mud be delivered it' is broken by a wide, deep will be secured. Florida, to perhaps the most con- Wtth an immense interchange of- Jh
over the southern keys and islands land is being made use. of as far as by boat from Maimi. The approach channel from the ocean, and Three years is th$ time allowed for spicuous and magnificient winter resorts -the products of the northern and' .. : '
to the city of Key West, will be ?95-!!''possible I but only about sixty-five ston is quarried near this town and deep-draugh vessels could enter without the completion and actual operationof in the country, has been a southern parts of the Western Hem.., '.:' '. .

000 a mile. The railroad-which be-:j miles of the new road ,will 'be built; it will be used on the greater part of danger. rolling stock over the Key West striking example of modern progress isphere passing through its harbor f'.! .
gins at Jacksonville'and the present,,or.' natural foundation. Thj; ,remainder tli,' work. The floating 'equipment, engagea' in extention. Engineers who have to and enterprise. The change has been Key West will become a great port. '. ;:1.' '
terminus of which is Homestead][ is to be built-on rock embank- Storm Proof Piers. the construction work consists of six deal with big problems in railroad effected in twelve years. A main highway of trade will stretcb
twenty-eight miles south of Malmi;,;jirentB and reinforced concrete-ach! Because of the severity of the tugs; one stern-wheel uteamer; six- buir! 'ng. Jmd 'Who have been Informed Mr. Flagler's Great Work. through Florida. The commerce o{ .-

is to be lengthened one hundred and viaducts. ,, Southern coast storms, th3 piers will I teen barges, twenty-five by one hundred of Mr. Flagler'ts plans bave"uir--i Late in the eighties, Henry M. the New World will be stimulated. ,
twenty-six miles at a total cost of I Starting at Homestead; the new line j be firmly anchored to the bottom to' feat; twenty-four barges thirty! hesitatingly said that it is one of the .Flagler began to build a railroad Again reverting to the wonder ot :u": :
letween ten and twelve millions of runs southwest, leaving the ,main-I Fervent them uhifting out of line.t by one hundred feet; twelve barges most difficult feats to be undertaken south from st. Augustine along the the new Flagler extension, it has t-: ,; .!
dollars.! \ land at the erasing Jewfisb creek I Into the rocky bottom, piles will be' twenty by eighty feet; one sand 'by any transportation system in recent Atlantic coast. The pathway of steel been said that E. *L Harriman regarded i f.;>/< "
It is but a part of a plan whereby I and running 'out to Key Largo the sunk, and carried up to within two! dre'dg?; one earth dredge, for filling years. It will afford one of ,the was pushed down through the pine the Lucln cut-off across Great > ;:;< '.
its originator hopes in the near future longest of the keys.. For bout fifteen feet of the line of the arches. 'I| the concrete viaducts; eight barges, most convincing examples In the entire and palm fortets: into the jungle- Salt Lake in Utah. -built for the purL ;c. : .

to .enable passengers to ride miles it 'will run through the Abutment ,piers are to be put in at forty by seventy feet with concrete country of the value of reinforced -lands. Resorts and towns immediately pose of eliminating about one hundred { .
from American cities to the pretty, center of this narrow i-land I and then every fifth arch; and In these, twen-I mixers and hoists; eight pile drivers: concrete construction. The idea sprang up along the way. A chain miles of track on the Union Pacific- J" ;:, '
palm-shaded! Cuban capital, without follow the row of the keys out to Key ty-eight piles will be user; in eight towing launches; one despatch of riding for nearly a hundred miles, of: hotels costing millions, and of as the monumental achievement of: i 't 'this
!having the cars after going aboardn West: termediate piers twenty-one piles boat; four quarter boats; and one the greater part of the journey almost their kind the most luxurious in the life. Engineering expsrts how. t' .1
: the United States. With the com: Nearly thirty Islands are to be user!! will be funk. The arches will be reinforced hundred 'dinghies. This fleet will be in contact with water while buta country, were constructed; an(&' ever .assert that the feat of bridging I |. { ;
pletion of the line to Key West huge for short stretches. Rock embankments with circumferential square- increasrd as the work progresses. short distance away foam-tossed around them, in several instances, the keys is a much greater one; and r
car-ferries will be put on regular will b.a built where the Intervening corrugatd: bars near the outside surfaces Dock, and Terminals. combers of the Atlantic Ocean and cottage colonies were started, to economic authorities declare that no : -
schedule between the Florida terminal water is shallow;' but where and with tranverse bars whichare Extensive ticks and terminals the Gulf of Mexio can be seen from which came wealthy pleasure seekers timilar enterprise of modern times f/t... ',.
and Havana and trains will be con the water oj deeper and the openings tied together with one-half inch will be built in Key West. The present the car windows, is, in itself sufficIently who spend their winters In the semi- with the exception of the PananwJ JZi' .
veyed afloat (Passengers will then are exposed to storms by breaks in, round. radial bars. plans include the construction of unique to attract passengers tropical climate. canal, can be compared with it itJ. 1*"i.
enjoy the unique novelty of an ocean the outer reefs the concrete-arch-' In between the spandrel walls 1 one larg; drydcck and ten wharvs: to the land of sunshine and flowers. I One would think that Mr. Flagler commercial benefits to the UniteG1 f ,4:
trip of between four. and five hours duct construction wilj be. used. earth filling will be used, and ballast, each eight! hundred feet long and one I The mileag3 of the Floria'a:' East with so much of the general develophad States. I. ::1.1.
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: '.o r.t > coui,!" imagine ul. I death by then, so scared I didn't dareto escaped myself so far. yours?' ', I
said the his ,wife has either died of it or left the evening pleasant, I, that. It was perfectly disgrac ? ;
NCE In awhile, look from coffee that "Well, when the waiter eame And the house of the wise man "'
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0 little widow, "I have to husband read his That was in and made her beautiful. It makes all i: knew' In the room. If there had didn't have any cognac burning on around I plucked up courage to say finished and in it were one mile ot ; t
dine alone. Not 'often, Dakota. He not paper.only read it all the difference In the world t-can been.I'dhave been disgraced for life. it at the brutal creature who, I knew, to him: 'Wasn't that awful, the way bureaus, and In the bureaus there ;

thank heaven, but when I through breakfast, but he began remember when I looked like tfeat- Honestly, when a man of that. age that poor little woman had to get up were 14,000 drawers. -.
because he And it
and leave her husband was late
the when I sat by and te my dinner in does wake up it is something terrible.Of Saturday night ,
io I happenedlast again at dinner, then kept gas f '
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can hardly stand It. behaves so badly? when the last load of furniture ;
till about 2 In the morning silence and sadness while my hus- course, after the fashion of men wa 1
burning
night. The man who pretends "The waiter looked surprised. Thatis moved Into. the house '
young and '
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band read, but It wasn't long at a of his who are In the habit of put ;
to be 'In love with me wrote reading it, so I couldn't .sle. p. It age as surprised as an Italian waiter place. ;' ;r> ....
to be a penitentiary offense. time any time, thank goodness! k taking .care of themselves, he had J
that he he was ought "
was sick. That means could look at anything that was told Sunday morning this wise maa
Joins,out;with his other girl. That's "Well, anyway, this brutal; well- "By the time' I had go\\ t6-my about everything besides that was at.that going table, and him, in English. arose with a light heart. He tip. I',

the trouble about having been mar- preserved, rosy and self-sufficient chicken I concluded. that something something more 'Why, madam,' said he, 'that toed to the little drawer down under -
ried a lot of times. You get to know man in the restaurant read his paper 'ought to be done.' I dete'rmlned'that d'hote dinner. I noticed that he ordered wasn't her 'husband. They came in 'the stairway In the cellar fo get '
.. have thought he,would'have would If I couldn't wak hat ,a special brand of wine, while '.
Qen eo well. till you'd see | separately and we had to put them himself'a clean shirt and a chang f4' : '
bljs wife drank the usual
of decency, If nothing else. duffer and make him quit reading poor little .
"It any'rate, I went down to a little quit out old up together because the dining room was of underwear. He paused and ez .r ;
table d'hote place I go to when I He tegan at the beginning'and read his"paper, because nobody that pink ,Ink. -' i so crowded tonight we couldn't give claimed :' f .'f

have to dine alone, and took a seatat every blessed word on the first page.I ever ta.meIn contact with me ever "That was bad enough, but when ,ii i them separate tables." '"At last I have a private drawer!" I : ,

a table. I had no sooner done,sothaa was beginning on the soup.when he read his paper for any lengtlj of time, he ordered a cognac with his coffee, i, He stopped'and pulled the drawer .: .
the over He-was eating unless he was married to me4 then a long cigar then deliberately :
beheld almost directly In front turned paper WHAT'S THE USE. and'looked in. .. : '. :
Df' too, at the same time,',mind you. 'AI he turned over,the third page placedthe cigar over the flame and There veils '. .
1I1e>. .In the middle-of$ the dining Once a wise man built a Iarg were feathers, ruch- ::
facade: propped the of his and happened to look watched It burn without even asking -
he fe4'hls paper -
room; a couple. The man was gray- While up house. He said: ing, hairpins red ribbons,. blue rib % .;
hired, but well-preserved. On of paper up ,against ,thi y1nega .'bottles over It In my direction, I sent him her to look and take pleasure in "I will place In this house many I bons; ,' safety pins. petticoats silk / ,
towe of anfl-read. I bv never seen anything one of my most electric glances, together it, he just seemed to me to be about \f '
men'whQ take good care bureaus. There shall be bureaus on stockings, powder puffs. corset cov"t.
outrageous and Impolite, with something that one of the worst brutes of men I ever '
thmselves. Ad the woman was a so perfectly very 'all'sides, In each room. They shall ers, trading stamps, chewing gum,
little Insignificant: thing dressed In and as for hli poor littlewienlike; nearly bordered upon a smile.. He was encountered. Looking over at me all be large, reaching from the floor' to hoestri&g3'and other articles too numerous 7
wife! She l at ther? timidly eating, several minutes getting the ,paper&rraJl'ed the' time and smiling and smiling so to mention. ,1
Cray. Demure, unpretending, just the' ceiling, and in these bureaus J
the eort of creature you'd expect him too, and taking furtive peeps at .the' against the vinegar bottles he began to attract the attention of ? ; : ;,:, shall be hundreds and hundreds of Toe 'wise man dug out his, stilT j '
t In th. room who weren t for looking at me. Then he answeredthe everybody In the room. .i : shirt his underclothes and clean
to take for a wife by way of contrast. other people eJ drawers. Then I shall tar. to my col'i
I knew they were married as soon married and were having a good time. Inadvertent smile with a grin. I "Smiling and going on so-what_ wife: lar and carefully wrapped them in J .:
felt so sorry for'a womanIn dropped my eyes for fear the little vain creatures men are anyway! THE LITTLE "WIDOW. old nemPaper. He carried them .
u I looked at them, because b e was "I never 'This 'one little bureau drawer an f }
to look wife might see, and when I..raised that at last the little wife, getting '
life. \\llen"'c m here in the left-band corner to his room and shoved them under J
leading his What I have suf- my I at me.I didn'tknow down
paper.
I and left the table. still grinning .
too. She them modestly once more he was still desperate, got up( was
!erect from that paper reading! It at her she WM rather.pretty of that? Deliberately what might come of it, thoughI *& the cellar under. the -stair"way his bed. ., 1't 'q'
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hair. 'at ;
*ou4! ill several volumes. The mln- had sweet sort Q* eye "d nic who looking"r'have to me.tell you how that old.duffec got up and left the table! have had occasion to name a good is mine. All the rest. are of the Then he went out doors ud me4i" : .. .:.!0,

Ite a man.get :mamad he begins to If she had beenvwth{ somebody Jaitar just about scared-Jo coresaondeata. Ia ofc..Haw, ;\1 bureau drawers. 017." dear, ..we u.ti4.. ...... r;
"l&d Liaper lIEtekU, U.u. ll W' .for-he(:: ; :Jrytatlo make. : .tried to flirt with_ zus|. > .- 4.elk.I was many, -. fc :, "

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The ingredients that enter into S. S. S. and the method of combining BJ Has Untarnished record of over half a century. RJ

'. and preparing them so that they build and strengthenevery J "
up /
part of the body,.make it the greatest of all tonics. S. S..S, is nature's jg,, >It. is a purely mutual company. Owned by the policy SiS

r l ,, : remedy-PURELY VEGETABLE and while! j jt is restoring the, lost appetite How Names, tWill Appear on' the holders. Has $77,000,000.00; ; Assets, Has | 80tOOOtOQO.OON ffi

overcoming that tired) run-down feeling, and other ailments common,to Spring, which TiSettoBeToledon.May '
warn us that it is necessary to take a tonic, it is purifying the-blood'of all poisons nd :waste ; | Insurance in force : ::!- |

t Matters so that it can supply to the system the strength and nourishmentit:; needs 'to keep'it. < 15. S Paid in policy holders $7,339,923.38: in 1905. Is 58
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r in perfect condition during the:depressing summer months that are to follow.

.f; Spring is the season when, most every __ '. electors In order that the Escambia with county the I Years Old. < |
familiar
: cne needs a tonic. It is' nature's time for AN EFFORT TOPULL-TH, OUG1!THE DAY. form and may arrangement become of the,namesof Uf .

: renewing and changing; and.*s everything have used S. S. S.quite extensively unhesitatingly the various candidates as they will N Morris Levy Special{ 'Agt. Dayid Edrehi 'Dist- Mgr. W
? reoommend it as the.best blood purifier and tonic made appear on the official ballot to be vot : ,
puts on new life, the sap rises in vegetation, I am a machinist by trade and at time '15th, .
one my system was ed in the primary to be held May
f; the earth thaws out from its winter freezes"so run down that by 10 o'clock every day I would'be completely The Journal has prepared an unofficial 8J Office Room 9 Fisher Bldg. ",
i exhausted and it was with the greatest effort that ballot which will be found below.In .
call
and all to
respond to Spring's purge I could aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaeaaaisaaa
: pull through the balance of the day. 'SInce taking signifying choice for any
f.- and purify themselves, there is a great S. S. S., however, this'has disappeared.. lam a strong candidate the voter your should remembjer
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change also takes place 1 in our bodies. The vigorous man abundantly: able to do my day's.work my that a cross mark must be made be ---=
appetite has been whetted that I eat
t : up so can anything
iF bloodendeavorsto throw off the poisons and my sleep is sweet and refreshing, and I know further than fore the candidate's name, or on made the!* '
left hand side. If the is .
cross
it has purified my blood and-.put it in good condition 1
accumulations which have formed in the on the' right hand side the vote wil
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oannotspeak too highly of your great remedy S. S. 8. .
system, and been absorbed by. it, from' the 817 W.Broad St.;Columbus, O. A.B.MONTGOMERY. not error count is made.for the office in which this NEW BRENf BUILDING
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{ inactive winter life, and calls upon every Any marks appearing on' the ballot
member to assist in the elimination. The SHE FOUND IT THE t BEST SPRING TONIC. (other than the cross) for identtflca'

\ system is often to the.struggle, theappetite On two occasions I,have used S. S. S. in the spring witt tion or mutilation, will invalidatesame
election
the of
and inspectors
fine I
fickle results. can heartily recommend as a tonic an4
:t grows the energies give way, blood purifier. I was troubled with headache, indigestion will not count the ballot. |
tie spirits are depressed, and a general rundown and liver troubles which all disappeared under the'use oi The ballot as prepared Is as follows:j
}. result S. S. S. My appetite, which was poor, was greatlj __ Unofficial Ballot.
condition the
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; 15 helped. I can eat anything I want now without fear of ir-
;: Then'the body must have assistance. digestion and my blood has been thoroughly cleansed o' Democratic; Primary Election held -
May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark
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and made and As
impurities tonic
rich strong again. a .
it must be strengthened and aided b y tonic, and blood purifier it is all you claim for it. before\the name of the candidate of I
., and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Being made ?71. E.Main,St., Springfield 0. MRS. G. WIEGEL. your choice, "

; entirely from roots, herbs and barks, it does For Representative in Congress.
t. not disagreeably affect the system in any way as do most of the so-called.tonics on the. market, (Vote for one) '' R 'I INn
which contain Potash or some other harmful mineral ingredient to.derange the.stomach and ,. .N
WILLIAM B. LiAMAR.'
r digestion, unfavorably affect the bowels, or otherwise damage the health. $;S. Stones uj: JEFFERSON D. STEPHENS. -

r! the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rids the system of'that: a .

t always-tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts vigor and tone'to every part'of the body It re (Vote For for'Justlce'h'9) r Supreme Court ; g >

i'establishes the healthy circulation of the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs and calms ,
the unstrung nerves which make one feel that he is on the verge of prostration S.'S. S. THOMAS A. CLARKE:

I gives appetite and relish for food that nothing else does,,and by its use we, can find ourselves J.OHiARLES B. WHITFIELD.B. PIARXHIL-L.;

f. with as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as'at any other season. ,-_ .Commissioner.

It acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting results.than any other remedy, (Vote For for Railroad two)

and is absolutely safe because of its vegetable purity. Dyspeptic, irritable, nervous, debilitated -

i people will find S. S. S. is just the medicine that is needed for the purification of THOM1AS. B. !B JI J.EY.;J PLEYARD.E. .

f.' the blood, which, from its.diseased or impure condition, is causing their trouble,..as well a?, R,.HUDSON-BURR. '.
1: for toning up and helping the,entire system. When you take your tonic this Spring do not N. A. BLITOH.For .

experiment, but get the best-the tonic with forty years of success behind it, and the one State Senator. ,
it endorsed by the best people all over the country-S. S. S., THE GREATEST OF ALLS (Vote for one) 1-_ r This new fire-proof building will be ready for occupancy about July 1.

, TONICS It is necessary at this time, when the system is depleted and weakened every JOHN S. BEARD. Apart of the space has already been taken, but the following is still for rent:

'Mf point, thahthe right remedy be used-bnelhat is especially adapted to the condition, and- Double store in North end, carrying second floor, each floor: 43 x 120'feet

,;,{ S. S. S. has proved*itself to be this remedy for many years. If it.is ,taken,.at' the first sigti (Vote For for Cownly two) .Representatives., Freight elevator and stairs. '

''ff' of Spring the system will be so built up and strengthened.that the disagreeable affections of M. 0. BAGGEnr. Single store in South half, 21 x 120 feet. h I ;

1-- the seasonvwillmot be felt as warmer wea.ther'comes on.., ; GHAS. M.OOSTON.: : ." : ,r- .Entire South, half of second floor. .
M. JACOSY.J.
r THE SWIFT SPECIFIC" COMPANY ATLANTA GJ; '., B. LONG. ", Eighty offices on third floor, each office supplied with heat,:light fend wat t.,,

.1 7 GEO. T. MORGAN.JEiRRY The building is fire-proof throughout, entirely modern in construction and;

.1t. J. SULLIVAN : equipment, and second and third floors are. reached by both elevator and stairs

-. "_ Ii. '___ _, _- For County Treasurer. : For.further particulars, address orapply to F.C. Brent, over First National Bank
(Vote for one)
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JOHN G. WELSH.J. .
SOUTHERN HOTEL .., .
THE E. WilLIAMS! : ,j;. .
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THOS. F. lW 1W1lWlY MWnIVA4W WhIW lW11Yinl W1W.0W. "W IJ" WYYWI
MRS 'T. ... BOWEN/ PROP. WRIGHTON. r W M M w:. Ml. };t .t
For Tax Collector.
ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN' PLAN. (Vote for one) I '
OPEN
N. McK. OERTING. 4 High Grade Pianos Do You Want One? /+E r

SUMMER RATES J. S. ROBERTS.For .
SPECIAL ,, R
Tax EI The pianos we sell are. all that a high grade instrument should be. H
Assessor.
Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. QuisJne Excellent (Vote for one) i m They meet every requirement that can be made by both player and \9\
W. W. RICHARDS.For .
< We invite to them-come in and each until :i ir
. z Service Up-to-Date B singer. you see try one }Asa
Members Board of Public Instruc
tion. you have found one that suits your'own particular piano taste. It don't t y;;i
If you will call up phone 490, drop us.a postal or call in person, (Vote for one in each district) m if haven't .!
matter you got the money-we make it. :
: we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board.or both. District No. 1. ; ..
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... WM. E.District ANDERSON.No. 2. 1 Easy to Buy and Easy to Pay !jMt E!

.. .- - -. .- .. .-.., H. G. DeSILVA. If don't' it is fault not I
, : District No. 3. P1 you buy a piano your own ours. $T i

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1 B. HUBBARD. : ldeat and 4.116 S. Palafox St, :

.' ., For Supervisor of Registration.Vote I Music sergeatClutter Music I House Phone l5 |,
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GEO..W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec .
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h,. ..... .-,' WM. J. SENNOTT.For. \t flQCK:
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ANDREWS.
A. C. BLODNT. JR. Your Doctor Will
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I r AMERIGANOUE N BEER\ E For County Commissioner Dist. No/4. Recommend Red RockGinger
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W. P. BRONBON. ,
: : Is made very much as you'make! tea; two of the most healthful ve fie. H. C.. CLOPTON.JNO. Ale t

.; : .tables known to medical science (Malt and Hops) are boiled and.the .. A. WIGGINS.. .

essence made into American Queen. That is all there is to it. ,Tie For County Commissioner Dist No..:,5. ijJ c

smaH percentage of alcohol, less than 3 1-2 per oent has been declared (Vote. for one]). f. i'' 1 As delicious, n-alcoholic! non-stimulating beverage to

' .. by physicians to be an aid to digestion.. (Some patenlmedicinks'' -1 JAS- : 'R. STEWARD. L drink at home! nothIng'excels Red.Rock Ginger Ale. Add E
over 40 cent. of alcohol .For Justice cf Peace, District No.
; per ) % w ** 2." to this its marvelously beneficent influence on digestion,
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Vote for
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.: Hops are an unequalled. 'food for weak, starved, shattered,'irritable'nerves, -J. Ii. BELL and you have the'truly ideal beverage.
j i: L Your' : doctor will tell you'so, and Malt conveys even more nutriment than bread the j. D. GOSB. .
,- iStafeof"Me." Furthermore, you.get the two as a liquid, a form in which the R. L. NICHELEEN.
most dehcate stomach can digest and ;assiniilate ,their beneficial properties. It is' GEO. J. SLOCUMB. K Look for the Red Rock Crown HO,

lll. something absolutely needed by-.every woman, child, invalid convates- For Justice of Peace, District No. 5. +M''' I stopper on bottles. yQ C qyo
cent-and in fact by every person! weak from any cause. You never hear Vote for one) N
of a pale peevish, dyspeptic drinker of beer. t IT'IS, YOUR ONLY PROTECTION I
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we-invite the most critical J. M. HARRISON. \ JUUMIMOOCO
of
; inspection our brewery for cleanliness and
\' f: ...... purity, and laglrqualityofuig! edieats used. We donut fear comparison. ) S' .For Justice of Peace. District No..7, Sold: in battles at aU.groceries,etc., p ,
.- (Vote for one) i and oh draught at founts. CAR
\ l Acme ;:Brewing Cov:, Macon, 6a \ ,
JAS.E.
HANKS.
". ffSttA to nr out t4 on"TestJaj Aaulcsa QMO." 1< ,
J. S. RKARD.
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'TO, THE- BOY OR GIRL,WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM' THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS.. OFFICE BY NEXT ,THUSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL, WILL GIVE A SILVER DOLLAR. '4",4 r.

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Every correct answer has an equal j I nail, put them in, an envelope, ad- Sam Abraham, city. / LANTERNS AND UMBRELLAS.; By Divine Right ,
(!Less it thus- Eunice Gereon; F.'l5h nil1e. Nat Marion is running for the leg i
chance to get the 'dollar as all are 1
SUSCESTIONS Bf (Puzzles, Elizabeth Sigari, city Isiafcure over in Hamilton counts: :
thrown together the first, one drawn; Journal, \ Andrew Brown, city., How and Why They Are So GenerallyUsed "like a scared wolf." Nat has been '

cut getting the prize, no .matter Pensacola,. Fla. Carrie Davidson, Warrington, Fla. In China. to long connected with the Florid; BOSSO'S ; "

hose it is, where 'the .live,- nor ()r, }if you live'In Pensacola, leave oft I Sarnie' Laughton, "'city t"i .". Chinese lanterns are made of pa- solons that he is almost a memb-: ,

; 'whether the same name has received ''Pe 1s cola-, Fla.?'' and' write-'K ty.": Susie Eagan city, ;t v y'r '" per, silk, horn, 'Crystal and many of the two bodies by divine right;,.th His
[ PUZZLEEDiTOR [ thoroughly conversant with : Ice Cream ;
THE :,the dollar once OT a dozen times 7. Then put a red-or 2-cent: Gladys Elmire Bell Bell,, cit city)"... > ..-_ other materials. Those made of silk duties that will devolve upon him Factory :
;tamp left-hand
on'Vthe corner,
previously, or never' before.. I 30 matter where upper post it ; Julia Johnson,, city. / are usually-richly embroidered with should he win the nomination, and,[ can furnish you cream in .
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The only rules are that ,the answer 8. Be sure to\\ seal you the flap of the Manuel Johnson, city,". figures. of animals,. birds or., flowers.: our sister, county could, not he ib' seek pet any quantity. Satisfaction .' !"1
must he on The' Journal printed 4 envelope. >k Willie Johnson, city; Those of horn:are prettily decorated ter than give him the place .! guaranteed.

[ R "Puzzle.Answer ," properly Clarence Stokes, city with Some of the most -Lake City Index. PHONE 1326 i'i
," Coupon Then, get/if to the carrier-or.: post-. paintings..
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Nellie Glackmeyer, c ty .
:filling out the blanks as indicated. 4 ffice jnst as soon 'as possible J afteriou Lucy Swaine, city. ornamental and expensive' lanternsare Do Not be Imposed Upon. SAM BOSSO. Prop.

When more than one name is have solved the puzzles, and Ed. Swa'ne, city.4;, r :-r mounted on beautifully carved Foley & Co., Chicago, originate l -- --- ::.6
signed' on the coupon only the first ]ieava the- Test to Uncle Sam'semloyees ilillia Swaine city.f.' of wood and Honey and Tar as a throat_ fidx his '
frames
J ) who as'a ru1e' rEf as faithful ivory. SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES Yi! ,
is credited. Each and account of the grea
name puzzler remedy, and on I
Lettie Martin, city.
Rules! to Follow to Secure a :ind efficient as they can be if letters If a Chinese leaves his'home after '.
only on.e must use the one coupon. Althea Blumer, city. merit and popularity of Foley's Hone)r Buy Diebold Safes \
That is all '''The Journal requires. i are properly addressed and properly. ,Floyd Blumer, city. night without taking with him a and Tar, many imitations are offer I Scarritt Moreno r'

Chance at That Slippery If you wish ta write,anything more, I:tawp. ?d. 'Leonce Blumer, city. lantern, such as is assigned to the for the genuine. These worthless in Agent J;.

write it on a separate paper. Mis* Carrie Davidson of Warrington Those who sent! correct answers use.of the class to which he belongs, Stations have similar sounding names / : 1.

Old I d Dollar.! ,But-tha puzzle editor makes the !tnis:: Fla.week. is and entitled she is to invited th3 to dollar call! nswen3 -to eight of the niis- pictures' he.is liable to arrest by the police. Beware of them. The genuine Foley t i'"'.
following suggestions by compl3"ing are- : Honey and Tar is in a yellow pad ;:
with them each puzzler will :[or it at The Journal office. As soon as it is dark every city sub
Partially Correct: age. Ask for it and refuse any
ErcteltJy facilitate the editor's work Correct Answers. 'Beers "No. 9 Taylor." seems ablaze with lanterns. 'They stitute. It is the best remedy fo]
Marjorie ,
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SOME GOOD ADVICE WHICH and practically Insure prompt atten'tion. pictures The correct of great answers Artists to the in'puzzle The Jasper Waggener, "No. 8. March.", light up the homes of the rich and coughs and colds. For sale by W. A The Hot ,

SHOULD BE CAREFULLY FOLLOWED 29 tSublette Johnson, "No. 9, Taylor." poor; they are attached to the an- D'Alemberte.
'Journal of Sunday, April are--
print :
1. Write ( ) the V
or nothing on
Abraham's to 8 and
i Sam answers
at
No. 1.Christy.No. : gles of the.pagoda; they"are seen
< BY EVERY PUZZLER- 'Answer -Coupon, but the answers ,.9 are so badly mixEd it is difficult t<] In Scientific Emblamer.
and your name and address as indi 2.-Hutl decide what they really are but he i is every port and on every river. W. H. Harvey, one of Pensaci a I
MISS CARRIE' DAVIDSON, OF I cated. No. 3.-Gilbert. I given the benefit of the doubt and< fact, they make their appearance la's experienced and practical embalmers

WARRINGTON, GETS PRIZE THIS" 2. Write (or print) ,plainly, on No.No. 4.5.-Fisher.-Citron. r goes on the roll of honor. everywhere, and to call China the has just returned from New Orleans WeatherHere T '

I each numbered line only the answerto No. .WentzelL Eleven correct answer were re "land of l lanterns" is :by no means where he went several day V

WEEK. the picture bearing' that number. No. 7.--Remington.No. '," ceiyed with not a singly i name, ad. a misno nE' ago for the purpose of taking a specie
3. Write your name and address dress,..or anyother sign by which the< course in embalming under the direction
8.-Flagg. of much importance
only on the name and additional lines : Umbrellas, too, are Echels.
puzzlers could be located. They wen of Prof. Howard S.
No.
9.Sterner.Correct
ana: write them as carefully and a+ all ,folded together and'dropped in the In China, because there W. H.Harvey has already had lar;; '
Every boy ,and every girl who I''I'plainly as you do your answers. Correct Answers to Received.the nine ; puzzle box. at The'.Journal office' with,. the umbrella is a. mark! rank. Two experience in the undertaking busines' is f
sends to The Journal 5If, send or deliver answers answers puz V
answers puz. you your
cut envelope. the with
'pictures published in The Journal an large red silk umbrellas signal but in order to keep pace mor
tie pictures, who writes or prints the, direct to. The Journal office ;
I i jAn envelope postmarked "Apa of recent discoveries in the art of embalming {:
answers on .the "Puzzle Answer'Coupon" write only the word-"Puzzles"- 'Sunday April 29, were received .from i I approach of the governor general
Is welcomed by the puzzle the envelope; and do) not put'ny pos the 'following 'bright boys andgirls: lachiccla, :May 2, 5:30 a. m.." enclose! a province. A red silk umbrella he felt it to be a duty to himself and the old problem of 'i,
Dan Walker city z "Puzz'e Answjr Coupon," withal' II( as well as what the public; has : how to.keep cool and keepin ;
editor and considered a soldier in j tage stamp oh it. li liI with three ruffles it is the kind r
I I Re ba Mee Dunham, c'ty.' the numbered lines (blank! except "No,.1 I on right to expect, namely, .a full know] good health comes with. },
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6. If
he Puzzle Army. send answers by '
you your .. to the four highest ranks
William Crawno address: 4, on which is written: w'-th pencil I assigned edge of the trade or profession prai it. '
I Harriet :M(' ;w. an, city '/No. 4." This i; signed"WilliiCarulh. !>! of mandarin. The nobility of lower ticed. V
M.ay Eva nlJ,. city. I I Apalachicola, Fla."- So-Willie 'I rank are entitled to an umbrella of He is well pleased with hi
'Jeanie Knowles;_city: --.1 will now understand why tha red silk but have only two ruf trip and feels that the result of th, :
Aloysious Perry", ,city. name dos.not, appear!f she, or he may course of lectures he took fully Just We Can'Solve !
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PUZZLE ANSWEVkCOUPONLnswm Edwin Dunham 'city intended, to-- send correct answers. tl' fles. fies time and expense invested.

H. St. J. Went: !otz! city. This little lady was suprised. The two ,highest ranks of gentlemen 'I'.' '
Bknk.' No Ethel McDonald, c!.ty. (Dear Puzzle Editor-I thank .yoi I, commoners are entitled to a red MONDAY WE WILL SELL BOY'! /
Must Be.Written on This' Coupon V Willis Rowland', 'city. very much for the dollar.. I was ver,;); umbrella surmounted by a WASHABLE. PANTS FOR 10 CENT:
,_,,.... Attention WIll Be hld:Those Not Written on' IL tHo .j/ Helena Rauscher, city. ...-', much surprised to sse my name ii 1 state PER 'PAIR.. : : V
A third and fourth
this Rule. knob of tin. The :
to .
Deception: !Bessie Henson. city:, v. '-, the paper, that I had won the dollar F. E. BRAWNER'S he.Problem
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Elmer Veeze (1)) Troy, 0. '- Your little puzzler, Annie R. Pfeiffer : ': ranks have-the knob cf wood instead l Department. StorKodakers :
follows
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day tire as" : Value Brown, city., .: f:;'' ." of tin, but 'it is'always'painted red. : .

'' 'ffebeca Fondebila' city. '].,;' An umbrella of blue cloth with two I :

N,.. 1 ,. Albert Care city.Judith .' MONDAY WE WILL SELL ,BOYS; ruffles and surmounted by a red '
.1 Maxwellcity... '
: t- Everhardt Wurlitzer Birmingham; WASHABLE PANTS tlJ?OR 10 CENT) painted wooden *knob r distinguishes I

<" ,j .. : : ;'' PER PAIR. Hoe fifth rank. V ,
No. 2 .
Ua.Boykinliyer,. city:- ..... -" ..; F. E. BRAWNER'S .

.: Effip Jane Farmer, (no address). .. Department! Ston," Mr.'Howells' Office Hours. ,"
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No.3 .. .-. Clyde Murphy: city.V -i. ,, Keep your home refrige. .:
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Clara Scheetz, city. -' -- -- William. Dean Howells is a most rator full of Red Hart J
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I ""Bett'e' 'May Stearns, Delpht : cordial and brotherly, man_for any We Develop and Beer and enjoy life as you

No.4 0- Elizabeth Watson; pity;, ,i .- f. young writer to pct:\ ,He takes a should. It is the healthiest .
Anna HenficksonV cty.. S.f -in" Finish most of beer made and very
keen interest eveiy.bo.dY.'s.work
". .. Ruby Wilkerson, city. v Union'labur'Hall.Room i: inexpensive only lOc a bot .
No. 5. Everett Rice., eity. ; T, i and is full of helpful; suggestions.Some the amateur pictures tie. Always the same. i

.' Alberta PourtfaiSy city. .!. :' 1, Old Armory Building.A j years ago he accepted the For sale at all first class t t
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V : Theresa Yata.nzan.t.rc tv., 4 ;: editorship of,a New York magazine. In Pensa saloons. f .

No. 6. ...l..' .: :. Virgin'a 'Cv Walker; city, J. ; LODGE OOM'sufficient It is said that he, supposed that his
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: ;- : : Ruth Crook; :city_, i" -: I l service cola '
.h more than personal "
Ida Mallory; clty> .' : to accommodate name, The .
No. 7. V VV. Annie R. Pteiffer;: city.. 7a people for rent at i was what was wanted, so he was notparticularly' ,'
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r- Tony S. 'Johnson! city.- ;, reasonable rate. punctual: as to attend ReasonGet ,
There's r.
; ,. Eunice L.- Fern ndez/city.- i II ance. But the proprietor soon disabused ,

I No. 8' Eunice H. Hernandez, city. : MECHANICS'HEADQUARTERS himof, this notion. "I want Lewis Bear Co.rWholesale

'. ',.+ Johnnie I. Walker: city I to understand Mr.. Howells,"
: -- V '01 'ON JBCise Berres, cityEdith Where employers can se- I you Our PricesKAUFFMANN!
he said -orE; day, "that our office i
Parise city.; } cure help. Office clerk In I, "
I 'h" Nell West, city. charge all the time. Phone |I hours are from 9 to 5. Agents

,OH Monroe Smith, city. y r. 776 and you will be sup- i "Very good," said i Jlr. Howells, j ..

Lillian Davidson; ''Warringtcn-' 011 / Plied I and picking, up w his, hat, he bowed !1 't--
?Name I .. Dennis W. Eagan, clty: ;.. and'no ,,
I persuasion Fla.
TStreet ( Rosa Di L s ro..cfth'! I HOME WORKERS and departed, Pensacola IJ.
I ... '. ,'t' '. ". .. x ". liee : i| could induce him *o retnpn.-Snc-
, : t .. << ': ..: ,- :. !William city BUILD: HOMES II t1 r
No:,. L- I Palafox. If.
; Ernest Wilburn, city, cess llagpzine. Romana and f
Tom King. city.

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':T ,, '" ,;. -, ', .*Sylvester Weeks, arid-toother of 1 _(EeaeaeEaa;
... '-. stacnsmxsstmscttXttssttamxssa' Hon" Bruce S. Weeks and by M1'.j f aeeaasaaaeaas!!

Ella-Beyer herself who is Grand Ruth. Ji oIS

"The Best is.What We Seu'* 'Mrs. Beyer also wrote to her !friend I f U ','
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E .. $ PEOPLE -EVENTS $ that they were being royally entertained .[u" :AME ICANLADY .

;:.' '; -' I ; The party from here also:in- I ? Ri

t. : ;: ;' eludes Mrs. El: *W Fowler and Miss I tU ,

f aT In Seen, Heard and. Done Among Those Who' Go;'Crime: .and, -Bertha night All are except Stewart.expected Mrs. Weeks home!, who,Monday' will '4Rev. j f 'N- Jl n



Tarry g Women and Society, ,Here and Elsewhere. riot' 'return: for several T days. ,'" tJlW
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The Good Olds s SOCIAL NEWS FROM I y *
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THE'BIG'BAYOU.The
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By E..NELLIE.DECK." 'Telephone 669. many friends of Mr. M. MacJsrs ) stCORSETS N

son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs H. H. /! t'I'I N

Summer Time Wood of,Mobile regret very much to j ,
J.MR. learn 'that he has been seriously ill, j tU Ii'-\,;: '; N
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but are glad he is now convalescent N
JULIAN WALKER'S FINE Dashingly Stylish i":;

We always want for sometMng.'cool GIFT AND METHOD ASSURE FAME. 'lhe Journa'i-Dai/y t ,..1'i rtfe Fashion Feature. Capt. and Mrs.-Ely' with their rJ
INCREASING
and refreshing to NOTABLE Walker's II I charming ,daughter Miss Clara, of ,' ; N
to Mr. Julian Perfect '
Listening Fitting.
?Montgomery Ala., are visiting their ( '
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drink. These beverages can be singing to decide Friday whether:night it his was naturalneS3 Impossible l: daughter Mrs. J.cv-: Bullock., t ttJ aSE< .. ,. .., -- k E rJ

keptvat home ready for use : was art, or his art was the inv.olun- J
The Innumerable friends of Miss

t when you feel like taking a I! tary endowed Certainly expression by he nature.has of his been His nature.exceptionally stage pros ;-- ( Mrs.Sybil Aline,Wheat Anon the charming are delighted niece to of B A Shape for Every Figure !ItU oira

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I cool drink. We have- nee is Impressive and yet-he radiates .ty;'' learn that ha Is' again residing' with ,1
Mrs ., ", '
a sunniness a frank joyousnes ; Anson.Miss "
.WELCH: GRAPE JUICE..30c = ,
i that is refreshing'and almost boyishin D ,
: '. : Florence Davenport spent N
SCRAPE: JUICE SPLITS!. ioc. quality.- Almost not quiteFor '
; the boy Is -subordinate..to.: the. man. --.. Saturday ,In'Pensacola; attractiveguestof'Miss Woe are=sole.agerits in Pensacola for
BLACKBERRY BRANDY (fir' I And the man controls his art., and- Laura Joyner. : Sj

medical' purposes) .., ....'.40c I i his Mr.audience.Walker does "make faces"' at S IS Mr.., John', Choate-of Pensacola is 8J r this magnificent line, and they represent $

times, but he is singularly free from delightfully located with Mr. H.
FRUIT SYRUPS all| flavorsforades I : S feature known
( |- mannerism. So free that it.is. not '.,. Dorr. every'good in reliable SW

)... .. ... .............30oROSENAU i iI too much to'say that hb public appearance ,
t The delightful bathing season has arid Corsets
I II and performance are. eastest f. + I I r stylish guaranteed N
I most natural and most artistic opened at last and the young folks ,
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I t. the writer has seen in nsacola.: 1 ''rP are having- a jolly time. t| rust proof
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IA.nQJ< y -one would hesitate' refer .
to Mr. Walker by so hackneyed a 1 1 S (1 I L Miss Tippin of the registry depart -

Lem'as artiste Because he Is so meat of the postoffice is visiting her If they rust return them and
& GERELDS get anew
much more human and real. He is, : father Hon. A. C. Tippin at Ferry ,

apparently, not only permeated ,by his Pass. I
The Fancy Grocers, art, but his art is so permeated and o pair. W
tfborinated by his nature his own Mr. Robert E. Williams at one time S! I fJIB
Phone 391 Pensacola. ideas, that they' are inextricably connected with the circulation department U
mingled. of The Journal had the mis- fj

And so it is with his voice. There ,. fortune (Friday night, to break his arm
fs an exquisitely tender barytone between the wrist and elbow. t i
) WATSON PARKER & REESE CO.
quality in Mr. Walker's voice occasionally :- ,
.0$t! that is as intangible as the : 'Mrs: Louis T.Trice of Dscambia, is ,

... perfume of a distant rose, lost almost visiting her father Mr. William Barr t u Successors to Green & Watson. ((0

PIANOS AND ORGANS. before it is realized, In the, profundo clay in St Louis, Mo. t

?!o CASH OR EASY TERMS. :4 of some lower note ,- B 33 and 35 .South Palafox Street.
<< All Piano Work Guaranteed. Again one wonders, what is the Prof. S. Mate: wife and daughter It fy

ie CLUTTER & RUSHING, real range of his voice.. For, there Is Lt and Mr. 0. Jennings, 'were driving e2aa22e22a2a e2eaa 2ae2a2ij
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12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ always a consciousness of conserve re '- to (Ferry Pass Saturday morning
0 PHONE 476.t tiveness in his singing-a feeling that when their horse rim away and threw !!!
he'has gone to neither the depths nor the quartette out. No serious ii* .

.. *. the heights of his scale, but has-kept jury resulted though both gentlemen
well to his middle register. ; were badly scratched. SOUVENIR
POST CARDS AND VIEWS
That Mr. Walker has himself, as o \. .
well as his voice well In hand, was Miss Julia Lloyd who is visiting .
We have a splendid line of souvenir post cards two for 5
eridtent> in his treatment of laggardsfor friends Mobile leaves Tuesday for cents
and souvenir view books of Pensacola for 25 cents. Also woo i
whom the 'program had been announced Columbus, Miss..
and leather souvenirs from 10
cents and 15 cents up.
for half-past eight -fifteen 0Mr.
DROP IN FOR minutes later than usual entertainment a 'W. B. Yates the singer, Is now

hours. In that, he was,mor.e I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Saun dcse's. :BooR-store.
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considerate'than."some of their fellow ders. p
Fhona 235. ':' 213 South Palafox Street, Penaaeota/
showed their
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auditors who annoyance I THE'GIRL'S GOLF WAIST. _YC_,__ I\6_, _.___._. .
DINNER significantly but-sotto voice. .. .,.Th&local navy people enjoyed an c r m M
I Mr. Walker js.also fortunate in his -- outing together on Santa Rosa Island --
Comfort is
the first considerationin
:'pie freedom of movement for both
accompanist Miss Mamie Maloney Thursday night.
Saves time going home who with true musical intelligenceand the mind of the golf or any other body and arms. The front 61oslng is CL.cC: S

these hot days and here artistic discrimination so acceptably athletic girl when making" or' buying made tonholes with beneath tiny pearl buttons and-but 'Mr.' and Mrs. B. B. Williams are A good 8 day Parlor Clock. .. ...... ... .. ... ... ... '.. .. .5.03:;
you will get a accompanied the singer as to almost those shirt waists which.Company one of the two"boxpleats now occupying their lovely new residence A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.0i

efface herself and her excellent the short graceful .separate skirts. is and with:a bright scarlet bow tie ;' corner Sixteenth street and 8-day,Mission Clocks, $2.75 to . .. ..... ... ... ... .? ... .. ,$5.00
worn the !broad Eton
work from general consciousness.The However collar. Twelfth, avenue. Repairing at reasonable prices.
is not forgotten
their.smartness5 The
SPLENDID DINNER. sleeves are full to several inchesbelow'the
program was largely ultra ,, and this season; the nattiest .. '., .J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at C oe's Book Store
modem .with a saving savor of 'Hanl l low'-'1ecked and 'short-sleeved ;models t, eltfS? < whz'g.they!; are, fin :i3fr.aiul! Mrs ,B. Gereon wentto.
In a room that is kept del'and Schuman. and the close if not ished with trdatf. turnback cuff the !Fisherville Friday to, spend the sum-
are to be seen. That'of the picture Is
'made"wlth -
absorbed ,attention of the fastening mother of pearl .
flatteringly
cool by half dozen big mer.
large attendance of representative of a navy blue ring dotted, percale. links. Scarlet:: ribbon forms the narrow .. '
electric fans. Thirty flue Five tucks in the shoulder Beam either NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
ensacolians, was a matter, for just / belt and the skirt-.is of navy blueserge' Mrs. Bowen of Atlanta the attractIve
,i cents. side of the centre front and back: are cut circular,,the
pride: as well as a substantial founda- deep haircloth guest of Mrs. John S. Beard is ,
Our fine ice creams and ton for hopes,of future patronaga of stitched to yoke depth, the slightly stiffened hem, stitched, heavily with an accomplished musician and singer
bloused full below am- PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No. 8 WEST ROMAN
.' sodas will cool you off. the genuinely good In entertainment.One portion giving red silk. : and is winning everyone she meets -
wishing him. the best the .u- -- -
by her-charming )personality. o tibN 1 1110
ture; 'can bring, feels that Mr. .II/NNNIINI/INIi11/NI/NNNINNe
Walker's success ,will be. limited! only from national!Boston was 'stationed at the poet has existed-- than Father Ryan. ( .Carrie Roberts. and1 niece Miss
e by his ambition. There is capital and met Mrs. Hig- Everyone wUi agree with The Susie '
a self-poise Moreno left Friday evening for
fins who there from Texas ; IPORCH -
was attending -
a reservation of strength an atmos- Journal thatitha effort:-will be a-success Jacksonville where
they are guestsof
Kitchen Cafe. school, visit is bound tobe
Kandy their:: :
phere of ability to resist,the tempta- pleasant one, in such ;hands as Mrs. Evelyn MISS Roberts' sister Mrs. Osborneon
a both
especially as
rons of. mere convention about this Maxwell's,.for everyone who knew Riverside Drive.
sing r's personality, ,that promise no have scores of .friends there in the Mrs. Maxwell as the bright and vivacious *
04 S. Palafox. Phone 999 service as well as'civilian, life whom /
slavery to technique in his Miss Willie Thornton feel 'assured '
mere. even they will now meet for the Brut time 'Mrs. James. A. Donnelly, charming i I
mellower days, when sorrow will since there wedding., i that theJ'underta' ng to assist wife' of the British vice-consul is expected FURNITURE.

t have perfected what the joy of living !!From the fact of c. their going no in collecting towards this fund could home this morning from New '
have been '
bas eo splendidly wrought.Mr. placed in no more capable Orleans. .
doubt came the ;report they are hands than In those
Walker possesses a wonderful of Judge Max .

lOwer 1n his combination of voice and changing gone only location.a week or But two they and will b< well's charming v wife-Mobile Regis Mrs.. H. H. Thornton returned Now's the season for porch rockers, settees, hammock, j
on'their ter.
personel. which authorizes him to return will be at Mrs.:W, D. Qilpley's ? Thursday. night from New Orleans.: etc To see those we have is to want them, and the low .
rise'above those ordinary rules made -+- makes them
as usual. t price possible. :Nothing quite so inviting :
only for the guidance of the untrained -+ AUTHOR OF.BRILL8ANT -bliss! \Marie Supenrlelle left last 'now of an evening as to drop into a big porch rocker 1

mind barely within the sacred gates COMPLIMENT FOR-, AMATEUR. PLAY'WELL. night /to/;join, Mr and ,Mrs. .SupervieLte with arms, or a hammock. .. +

I of possession the bare entranceto MRS. E. C. MAXWELL., KNOWN IN PENSACOLA.The in ,New: Orleans ,for ,a trip ( *.
a royal road, on which intuition is ,
HONEY .
north $4.00' ;
Hammocks $1.75
The Pensacola Journal "Mrs. up to
a nobler 'guide than -precedence. 'says: author of "Just For'Fun;! the '* Z', :
Evelyn C. il\Iaxwellis.incharge of the < Vudor Chair Hammocks $3.50. .
And his future will be watched with play so successfully given Wednesday Miss Faith .Bincley after spendingafew >
local effort to assist the Mobile ladiesn : Reed and Cane.Seat.Rockers $1.75 and $2.00.
Interest by all true lovers 'of music night by local society talent is. Miss : l
days'with, her. friend,- Miss '
i erecting the monument to. Father Eleanor ,Maud Crane.. Vudor Porch Shades $3.50. $4.50 and $6.00-put up/ .
who have
heard! him sing. of New York,
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: Klrkpatrlck-
Claude left yesterday- i
-+- Ryan, which means' a -sucess; aside who will be pleasantly Crex Grass Rugs for porch coverings, 50c to 900. +
I Remembered as her home in Indianapolis Ind. 4
from the fact that everybody will 'benterestedc .
FOREIGN. MISSIONARY the niece'of M s.o'T. V; Kessler whom ,. f. *
For
\ in theComb. ;max MEETS MONDAY AFTERNOON.The has been formulated no.in finer words patroitism than.he f she visited 'lasiyear. (Mrs.-Ballzell, Marianna,. Is in the *1

: Foreign Missionary Society of breathed into his ,.lines .'and noraer.A ': "Just For Fun" is the first of a number city this 'week, guest of Mrs. ,S. A.
;;'""- the Palafox M. E. church..will meet of society plays chiefly comedy '}Joreno.Mrs. f.

Mondayafternoon at 3:30 when ,the which Miss'Crane has written for the MARSTON & QUINA

I report from the Greenville convention use and benefit; of the'Episcopal guild Dora (Donaldson leaves Tuesday *

.. ''Will be made, and as It is of In New York, i Ml of which have been for Chattanooga as 'delegate from :f 10M10 Palafox: St. Phone 148.. Pensacola, Fla .
I < special interest, a large attendance is given ,with great financial and social I !

anticipated., Study success. .(Continued on Page Fourteen) 01011N/N.NNN.10111NNN.NNINNN...........:
,5t.is gratifying to learn.that Pens** On Wednesday and Thursday evenings -

cola came next to Montgomery the April Ifcand 19, Another of'Miss ..................A..............A....................A..'1'...........................A...... VA...AA..............................."'........AA..AAAA.......................-....
general reportThere Crane's plays"The Talk of the Town"a
2 Ibs for was ,a, real with Beautify the ComplexionIN
missionary .
them, Miss; Smith',of the field in ..Brazil produced comedy in in three acts, was' brilliantly from 75 cents to $4.00 each.
New
.and ,a cousin',of Presiding Elder WhIte- York by the Junior TEN DAYS. FLY'"S"nn'EEN'F S
Glenn. ,"- ,' In Guild for the benefit of the trained Strips and Wire to make
nurses on Blackwell Island NadinolaThe
resulting
There was also a Mexican girl, in as great social financial your own Screens
and success
Miss Eliie Cortez who is '
studying at
25 cents. Livingston preparatory'"to becoming in the metropolis as "Just For UNEQUALED Phone 11 H.
Fun" was In Pensacola.As BEAUTlFIER.cn. G. DeSILVA & CO-
a missionary. Miss Cortez'is'said to That's :our latest effort '
Miss Crane writes her plays for doned ly thousand ..... -

bo wholly a- unconsciousvot strikingly beautiful her attractions.She girl but. have you seen ,it) ''if.n. t charity, and 'as all-have been successfully guaranteed remove __ :1WONQE
produced freckles 'pimple all
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her.friends
in Pensaco-
accepted the invitation be the in front: of store la facial discoloration
stop our are interested in her future as well
guest of Mrs. Brawner and Mrs. Nobles '
as her present .. and rector1 tbabcarity L IMPROVEMENT IN
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This is some of the during the convention of the Epworth' and take a l look;[ white Among the particularly brilliant _- of -yoBtL ,
JLeague, which meets in Gads; 1 : Tie wont ass in twenty days SOc and
den church In June:. canvas is the ideal. shoe for, plays' from Miss Crane are, "When ,a TYPEWRITERSL.
$1.00 at all leading drag ftores, or ty maiLKATONAL -
finest clearest *
honeywe ands: Single
-+-. and "A Regular Flirt"MISS ,
1 summer: and we'are showing = PrtnI ii, TOILET co.. Parts,Ten
ENTERTAINED LUNCHEON'' :--*--
have ever seen 'BOARD'THE COLUMBIA. somevery smart ef' LEE! WAN:OT l' C. Smith, former manufacturer of the L. C,

There was a delightful, luncheon VISITOR AT MOBILE BALL. Smith gun and-the Smith-Premier Typewriter has put
It will be delicious given aboard the U. S.: S: Columbia fects in some from: The statement from the Mobile correspondent the ;
on market visible that has t th '
Tuesday by'Paymaster O'Leary whose of 'the Birmingham A'$e- a typewriter startled <

served with yourbreakfast guests.were Miss Daisy Hyer, Miss ', J.OQ t0 1$3O' Herald and reprinted in this paper, We Want to typewriter world.
mention Miss.,Lee
Marie SupervieIJe.Mrs.-; : Goodloe Paymaster :- as one: of the Mo
biscuit. aD. .Mrs. Biggins, Lieut and PAIR FOR: LADIES bile 'visitors present at the Knights of This machine
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Mm. Bailey-and,Paymaster.Pyne Revelry ball, was a mistake as far as Show Visitors u -
It was charmlng ir'Mrs. Miss Lee is' she on exhibition
a & Higgins concerned as. was.not I '
contributing a'. jmmber.: of "ragtime" 50c to $2,00 at,the ball :>;' 'Q' f handsome 'new Ironing l in office of
piano solos and a quartette' of: V +' S y Y HII,
f -_,<, Columbia officers singing several : For ,Children_ According SlzeAlso MASONIC LADIES HONOR, linen machine Cost for a,household thousand a'r
I.S.BROWN
songs. most beautifully.
PENSACOLA ''MATRON. dollars, but we consider .
-+- White hosiery 25cto
ORDERED TO WASHINGTON A letter from Mrs. CrT>. Beyer wh nothing too good or too

k FOR PROMOTION BUT: $2.0$White_ Polish and is, in St Augustine attending .th e< expensive to add to our

,Sol Cahn & Go WILL SOON RETURN.Mr White silk laces> Grand Chapter 'of the Order of Uw equipment that will in
turn add satisfaction to
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and,, Mrs. John 'W. Higgins Eastern 'Star to'a Pensacola friend
!leave Thursday night for : : our customers. Let us 201 Thieseo
Washington We Have says ,
All That's New In
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The: Pure. Food Store, DJ C.,' where Mr. Higgins Is ordered ;You can't think how proud I am call for your "wash. Building.
for-examination for promotion White White' Goods that\ the Gram Chapter of the Order r I

from Past-Assistant Paymaster to of the Eastern:-Star, which convene d The Star Steam Write for par
South***! Corner Ptltfox and Intendenda full paymaster, U. S. N. MEYER SHOE COMPANY here'the first and second of this month! .

The promotion does not alter hi;s elected Mrs, Marie S. Weeks of Pen j ex
Phones 178 present rank of first lieutenancy sacola. 'Grand!Matron." j Laundry. roculars.

ao ;As Washington is the scene of the JeetFurnlshers For Folks, Florida'Chapter, No. 14, O. E. S. of f sold or
37 E3ar a.n St. Phcn 114..
Beginning, of their' rented.
:; romance, which this city knoW .represented by two '.
'Penaacola..
originated when the young office l 102 S. Pal fox Streets: 'Grand offic'ersjr., 'Mrs. ;Weeks: wlfex: ., FIr' -- .. Write to.day. ,
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which Is Interesting at an times how tines, mares'Aer as an'actreSs', ..pow important! me metropolis has known In Mr. Mansfield opens Uay1 7 for 'a ELLEN TERRY'S FIRST 'n :
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i : Reviv:5 ** ; the ever. -f er and promise; The' New York idea years, jiot'\!\xceptinlr' visits of for fortnight In Chicago. which/concludes
Arms and ., Il Man The American lord is a man. of a Is to scoff at newcomers who have'not eign-artists. Not only did Mr. Mansfield his, season. STAGE APPEARANCEEllen ; 'f '
,_ modified David Harum type ah American reputation hut Miss Roberts commands fill.a vast.theater; nightly, but all His announcements for next year Include .,. \
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*, -, A, in love with native, institutionswho serious attention,vfor she makesa ,I tickets<'were,,bought as fast as they the promise of a splendid "revival "' :L .-
s'r". finds that he has become an Eng; : favorable Impression in spite of the i were put .on sale weeks ahead Finally of "Cyrano de' Bergerac," in ad- Terry's first stage appearance .;:2. '
lisp lord. What he does to English burden of laboring with an unsatisfactory the great actor was induced to forego dition to his already long and varied was a complete and utter failure. That i :'
"An American Ld"And
learned merely through de cripUpn. ( play., Is Miss Roberts. anil.alj'.tickets" 'were snapped up in a three more brief seasons before. retir- to Americans in view of recently pub ;:3} ,
Mr., Crane's supporting ompanf Is The; drama relates a story ,of an : Jiffy :-Then, .for eight. :days the box ing. lished commentaries on the great C Ii .
none too good In some instances American' college 'girls' life' a story office attendants relieved each other at actress's successful debut In 1856, as j i' .
el
"The Ff Lance"The 1 -:---- With an unusual denouement Intervals 'only* to repeat:; from morning the child Mamillus in "The W nter's ,
Florence Roberts' Debut. pRichard--" till :night, AUseatsare, : sold. Mr. JkF4t Tale," but it is true nevertheless.' f"
:.t.' ''''' "The Strength of the Weak,'<.."' the Llanfi.1dt:; Mansfield, then, consented to an extra Hero Is'th harrowing story of her : :
:. .. Liberty theater! ,, has afforded< Florence 'Richard :Mansfield recently concluded matinee. initial "failure" in Ellen Terry's own f(
f Robertsta,, western actress; opportunity lil9 New York season. .It possessed A., newspaper: estimated. that New THE JOE- WEBER SHOW. words as related to an Interviewer: !6j, : ,
Strength of the' Weak"GossipFrom for a* metropolitan debut Her features, besides..the 'artistry' ,on ,the York ci ,p.aidt7,000 to see Mansfieldact Joseph Weber Is having his luck "I think It must have happened .,
work which broadens Into emotional stage,. which' marked It as'the''\most "twentyninetimes. The critical again this He has not 'done a somewhere in Scotland, because (he 'i }
year.
-- ..- .. .. and popular praise was quite proportionate night's bU6Ine s-- ilnee' -opened stage manager wasScotch. My fatherH';
to"'the other extraordinary fea- poor When and mother were both on the stage and : t <
-York
his Music hall in New -
[ Our New York Dramatic Corre tures of this engagement Mr. Mans- had married when both were under ;'':
spondent.] ,field acted ninej great roles and the this season's piece WM given it was nineteen years of age. Then came a ,: ;'
as
strong
not thought to be quite as-
LANCE" at the opinion wa}'ceneral never before baby-that waa Kate:-and
FREE J ELLAGcroRGEtTqulgr ; that when she .
D! last year's. Now, however,-it has:been 'year. f
THE Amsterdam theater, is has he'.'acted with greater' -force, subtlety "toned" unUOLg'oes. tullY'as, wellas was three and a half, to help things out .'". '
( I and than at up it was settled that she should "
e best comic, opera New sympathy power last season's. act. By "
York has heard In several ?x r _, present;, S .. A lot of Mrj WebeVs good fortune, the time shtrsix she had played In '..

years. Harry B. Smith wrote the book; -' THE' FREE.LPkNCE .. aside from his ability as a manager, is In'Richard one play III,/a danced sailor's a hornpipe Spanish In dance !< J';. : '
r s. due to his impr sarlo;-Herr Maurice an 5'
and Sousa.
which Is really excellent : !
other-In fact like the. Bateman children Hi; ,
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the "march. king" wrote the songs and a.K .. make Levi. "Higgledv Levi's music Piggledy".helpedJarge1y a success. she had done everything. We ,SI.. : '..
music. still keep a little pair: of 'white dutks'r
The music -
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AndIt's same
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The music Is of the,martial, Inspiriting marked 'Kate Terry' and a sailor's -: '
sort that Sousa has always favored.in. ? r :>. jacket and a little sailor's hat. : .' '
'fact, one would recognize him as the "Then came my turn. When I was y,r.'
t about four or five it 1' '
was decided that #
composer without looking at the 'pro- '
I should take a part In a pantomime .
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gramme. The brass pieces and"drums 1
4 called 'The Spirit of the Mustard Pot. !
came In for a large share of attention. a :
I had long yellow hair, which was certainly !\fi r, ,
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most appropriate, and I to +
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Joseph Cawthorn. ; v' ; 9 wear a yellow dress. But at rehearsal '
Joseph Cawthorn'Is the star In "The ;"E r fn I was afraid. I shrieked and misbe 'it "
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Free Lance.", His unique' antics and haved generally. .',ih
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44 'Pit your child down Into a mustard :'
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effective comedy work'are excellent ac-
@ ya Y :' t7'a pot (my yellow hair was to represent ; '
tompanlments of the splendid lines ;9 4 I the mustard overflowing the pot), ;ti 1--:,
with which he Is supplied by the libretto. { bawled the irate Scotsman. : '
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Some of his witticisms are un- kf -Y. Darn the mustard pot!' I think h':;: '
doubtedly the best of the year. rah : "1 S s that was the inelegant expression my '
Cawthorn appears In the role of Sieg- Y ; q.x father used in reply. As soon as we \'tti

mund Lump, a shepherd, once a redoubtable were alone he said to me: Ton little F -
brigand. But like Samsonof idiot, you'll never be an actress!' Fancy .
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r saying that to a child of I
years
old his' strength depended on his my
'hair, so:; when his wife cuts his hair sr. Mc But then, you see, Kate was already i'. ,
considered a great actress, and she was.I to.
his power deserts him, and so do his Zt :4 ; .
H. then retired for some years, my first !
supporters. a la' the opposite role ,is ,
Jeanette Lowrte, as a goose girl; mar- CR IE appearance" having been. at rehearsal" ,-.j}.
ried to Lump. These two young people only. > .ci I; ,
become involved in.the troubles of two ? x ,. .. ',-. ; rI2 As every one knows, despite her father's ',6 $
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Ttilers;*.the Duke of Graftiana and,the < -- i prophecy, the little "mustard pot" d

Duke of Braggadocia. v They impersonate v ,):r : y p ''ft''"f; .. ,..,,, \:' ''' ': ':" ::,;:. ..- girl did turn into a tolerable actress. ''..
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about to be married and amusing complications : :' i "MONNA VANNA. r
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pile up a pyramid of fun. <.. --,' .,' s ': ">\ : ; -. ,.: \ : During the very successful run of '. '
The piquant Miss. Lowrie rivals greatest mstnomo' artist but this OD- : Bertha Kalich In Ionna. Vann a >v- *?
Comediari'Cawtliorn for first honors in vIou,' handicap apparently does not .- 4e great deal of complimentary!, has j
popularity. .Shiis an alluring sight in concern the young, man in the least been given in the newspapers to the a" '
White silk. tighten the last act. i for he gees ahead and pictures the ,i # work of the people who composed the :.
_" i I .leading character In:; a, highly artistic 4: i ,.01C crowd of starving Pisans and the army
sgecessfui.inann4s.... Arnold
Nell and. Surely of the Florentine general, Prinzivalle. H"
Bergen. jpaly was born 'especially to enact This stage mob was unusual because of 1 ,
Nella Bergen '(wife of;'DeiWgltoli- Shaw roles. There's no 'denylng.that ;
3 the fact that nearly every member of It i k .
aer)'sings delightfully the'"best song of Shaw,roles ha$! usadelini; what Ibis.T ; ,' an individual characterization. f :
gave
. the evening, "The Carrier Pigeon." In f "
all there 'are seventeen"musicalCumbers' ot' .e ; \af Herne. a These "extra people"-as they are ;,
D
? r technically known in the theater-are l .
Albert Hart ,as the;.Dul o 'C of? Chrysta f ;1fem! n .the leading' wo y far removed from the ordinary "super." :'
Graftiana in the role, of an opera 2k
scores
: man's role presents1 really exceptionalcharacterisatigri"'hes7iows r'
In the "ilonna Vanna" mob are to be
bouffe..warrior who. doestft, .care _how the re c n a yy vm ;vB \ i.
much '- --.- ISLELLE: Aw found students of acting young men ; :
he drinks -" suits-bt loaf ana wefl ,directed .stage UltQ1JEii\ and-vomen who hope to become playwrights ;t::
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The settings of.the two.acts-t'eftect ti 1ritlg.( :_-H- .,- : ; OSEPH WT 0tN and a few artists. Three of .1
'careful attention 'to-det U. 'WIth' 'due ARNOLD n_
OtHef membeif.pf tha .cast. are' Au- the women In the mob scene are college .
recognition of, color effects.The brey ou lc .u1t. who does\.,not do at DULY "THE EE Wes. graduates, representing Wellesley, ::0
choruses are well trained-but they'exhibit ; ,'rquljart and Bijou j,0 I ,,f
.all well: .Isabefle', : ; ArID CHRYStA1ftEFZNE Smith and Bryn Mawr. Before the ;. :,,
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nothing In the" "wayof. nonlt)".- Fernandez t"; ",.. ,,.....' ,, production of the piece In New York ,
,4r f YQF1 these people rehearsed as caretuU 'and ;1, '
."Arms and 'the ..Man. W., H.{.Crane' ew-Play. .. INAD of "TwlddleJIwaadler.l3J4'J: .t helpsto enthusiastically as the principals ]",
Arnold Daly's revival of '"Arms and '-AH -American ..Lord,'* at the Hudson ARM. V make it popular themselves, and at the final dress, rehearsal 1
the' well theater} 6ffersrWimajn-H.\Crane. ; In a and Mrs. flake, who was present
ldaIJ.'at the Lyric theater,}Js a Mr. Levi Is l leading the jfrchestra 1
acted rand carefully staged production.' role] skillfully} shaped tc> fit'his: particular ThE playing a part In the show; 'He-has a complimented them upon their achievement i
This George Bernard Shaw comedy, ;: abilities; 'but the! 'success. of:. theroductloBla.ilr talK with Marie Dressier!r .regarding the In representing so artistically a t. '
which Richard Mansfield originally L"iana's, ..Iid not that : S.- manner in which -Women !should workon group of Italians of the place t&4 I
produced In America, forces a direct;[of .the drama,tt et. Laclcof dramatic ., 1 the stave: that wink-au encore.. period of the 1.V. -
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,I: 1z Florida to'the 'Southern Baptist con
vention. Mrs. Donaldson will be I SUMMR FURNITURE !
.' joined!; -at Molino by. Mrs. JUzzieGrin-
1 ler, and at Brewton by her sister-in-
,J', IF t law Mrs. Brooks.wlf of Judge,M. Fbrooks
r t'., 'i.. who will accompany her as.visitons. .
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1 bave sent their little son Herbert to '\

I "-i.. ;,, *{', 1i. ham's spend parents his vacation, j I. with Mrs. Gra Summer Comfort ,,Porch Shades*.. Gallery Rockers and Hammocks

'Miss Pennie Smith of Richmond, v fr '
J .' Va., the charming young niece and '
ofThis is .the weather when
You cajijmake..an extra room people
< guest .of Mrs. ;J. R. Saundem left f
": Friday .night 'for home.' .' yours galley---the Tcoolest and most virtually live on their ..galleries-..

i Ly4./ 4I Major Price who> was recently ordered 5ni -I serviceable room utyour whole house your gallery comfortable 'and inviting -
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'' to Ft. Barrancas will occupy and at.:!'. cost1"from only$3.50 to $6. ? Nothing looks quite so well

i Shaffner & .Caput the quarters,:Turtle's there family.now occupied by 'his: ,is_done by; .using; and Inviting to anyone as the. beckoning r, ..

J : Hart, arms of a big easy porch it

f ? i;\ Marks' Mrs.( from Nannie Hayne'Loveless street' io"has,the removed cornerof YudprjjPorch Shades Rocker or the easy swing of. .a nice j

li Gadsden and Rues. :Hammock.
! Fine? tailor-made Clothing is the ;
t{.' lAcmeof perfection. If you need a Mns. F. ,E. Brawner. president. of 'They give absolute-privacy: hefor"no' ; -. '
i newt suit, why not buy one.here? You the Palafox church Foreign' Missionary II 1110111111 one-.can see through from t The'' "Vudor" Chair Hammock
;:. can't deceive people about your clothea'LastJear's Society :Mrs. L. B., Nobles district constructed $3.50.
a coat looks like last year's secretary of the' Foreign Missionary side while they, are' so
j'I, coat :whether you "jolly yourself" Board Mrs. Thomas Briggs trjat those anA-the. !inside' can.see. all Swinging Hammocks, $$1.75to; '
; into believing that it's all right or not. delegate from the Gadsden church society '
il irhisvyear's coat makes you look like and Mrs. "Dick" McAllister that goes 'on outside. They are light, Gallery Rockers, $1.75, $2, $4, $4.50.
1''- ft "thi3 year's man," and' that is cer- delegate from the Palafox church" society. "She umi look mm ii but* ** -lookin" strong and duarble, and can be raised An Eiwntud To PORCHCOMFORTMTCNTEB
cut out, can't
you Canvas Chairs for $1.
i i Jainly worth your while have returned from Greenville .. and lowered at wIll.. Folding TRADE-Q'tJ4 M RR.
JfYoat :Ala., where they attended the For TRADE n
/ NARR Settee 3 feet 6 inches $1.
i .Honey's Worth or Your Back Or long
Money eign /
, Missionary convention and
reporta Six feet wide, 7 ft. 8.in. drop, 350. "

1!1D White & Nix profitable- and, "*enjoyable\ meeting.. FATINTIDPORCH' SHADES Eight feet deep 7 ft, 8,in drop $4.50.rex Grass Rugs, 50c, $.l$1.50upto : ; .: CHAIRJHAMMOCK

-If Mrs. J. L. Hall left yesterday to Ten eet wide, ,;7 ft. 8irf.:, drop. 600. $9. .
represent the
Pensacola division >
1 29 s. ALAFOX ST. p (
PHONE, 790. R the which'Ladies convenes Auxiliary in to Memphis the B. of on L. These prices ,.Include the hanging:- { Shades .on your porch We have them-just .what' you want-and' will be glad to send

s; Wednesday, April 9. ready for use. some,around.to your house. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol' Cahn leave today -. .
1 Marine Grocery Co. Lick to Springs.spend three'weeks at French i -- -- .,- .. .-- .- -

f 604. 606 608. 610 S. Palafox St. .' We Are
F Phone 723. Mr and Mrs. Wright formerly Miss ; Ostepnoor Mattresses Bunt Not Stuffed
May Anson, are expected borne from. w : ,
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. their hQD..eymooD..Journey: the-middle '
, of this week. Mrs. Sole, I 'Agerit3fqrJ: The perfect' 'Mattress is "one' you never feet:one that never
I We will sell for ten days at less v .
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,. than cost: 'Mrs" "Dick" McAllister forces itself on your mind.'on-e-that"lets you sleep, one' that lulls you
returned
.h. No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. .Friday from a ctelightful}' visit to her Rorer, The Genuine i to Dreamland when tired and, restless. An "Ostermoor" means a ;

:. Smoked Halibut ("very, fine) lOc maid of honor then Miss Kathleen in her., night of comfort and,rest
per pound. Howling"noWYrs.. W. 0:-'Blackwell uf S.I ,
restaurant ._
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Blood Red Salmon 10c per lb. Greenville, Ala., whose '
Holland Herring. (In. kits) 60c per I was, and during her visit guest attended she. I I ..atSt.: Louis y One-Piece, $15. Two-Piece, $ 15.50.REFRIGERATOR. .
kit the conference of the Foreign Mis .- World's T 0 R D A 0 D R E'L M E A'S R S KFail
} ,Kaiser Herring (in tIns) 45c per.iin sionary Society to which she was a '
delegate! from .the Palafox church so Like 4- SO.
Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c ciety. -' -2 ,a l 1USiTeJr' Sleep a Log--Only .
per pound. '.' '
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.,' We have a fresh stock of imported 'Mro. Mayo of Brewton x=rcoYSasxxox
, Ala., is OdorlessRefrigerator To those who have failed '
I Maccaroni: Spagetti Italian Tomato visiting her daughter Mrs. J. M. Ma- persons 8FRTNO BEDS*
;t. Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes toy to spring that does not easily
Navy.Bread.. Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack 4 1 co norm to the body and fs noisy,
f Boston Brown ,Bread. French Mrs. W H. Noruiup.returned yes "Odorless" Refrigerators meet in anew .
terday from I'Ventilation ISO. perfect,"' she'states don't fail to see our "
; Bread, Russian Caviar and Imported 'spending a few days in ,
I r" French and Italian Sweet Oils. New Orleans. "even butter and milk are not affected andtbefter] way the demand,,for -
We carry the only full "line'of Fran -.-... -- by.,foods \ritfa odors."! a 'Refrigerant: that is at once veryVictor Spiral Spring .-. .
Ii f els Leggett's and Dodson and Brown's Mrs. Robert Reilly, of St. Joseph, Call and.let us explain the unique scientific cold ventilated .
canned 'goods in the city Gulf GUy .Mo., arrived Friday evening to spend construction that makes this refrigerator perfectly, perfectly They conform to the. lines of the
f Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard several weeks with her parents Mr the choice-of culinary experts: : dry and. '' .' -
human body and noiseless
l : Daybreak Diamond Blend and Gol- and Mrs. E. A. Griffin 220 East Greg. are absolutely VICTOR, NO. I.
}f.den. Rio Coffee for sale., They are alhigh ,ory% Mrs. Reilly has a host'of friendswho In Which -Food Odors Will l Not Intermlngie$14.09. up to 3500. ,. and are guaranteed. .. -;: ..01fJRLESSER SAO*
f r' grades and give perfect satisfaction i will welcome her return. I : -
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I airs. Neal 4nderson, of Montgomery j t ,

?, Anson. Ala.on, is Big the Bayou guest) for of a Mrs.few Aline days. Our mammoth store -is filled with Summer Furniture;:just 'the kind that makes

f. Mrs. Anderson is the wife of Rev.I

l4r 4ruLLQT Neal terian Anderson-minister of Montgomery prominent preslDy'l for coolness _and comfort. You 'should especially, see our l line; of Iron Beds up to $15*

j numerous friends will be !
pleased

t.F.. learn of her,presence. to I China and, Japanese Mattings, 20, 25, 30 and ??c. WindowShades: ranging in price

tf Mrs. S.. A. Aid and,

i,.:::.' r ,, G are Misses in the Lottie city.and Leila', of daughters Chipley I' from ,50c: to $2.50Any; -special sizes made to order Linoleum i of extra quality at 55


'.: election The Ladies of officers-Conch in Temple will hold Beth-El an''I 65c "a: square yard,," laid free ,BUY NOW, PAY LATER .

, Monday afternoon! at 4 o'clock. -
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, or Vanilla Absolutely pure, goes I
t twice as far: as'other kinds and the I
{ flavor is perfection. '
e tti MARSTON & QU1NA9'Phone

i: e .< MON/CIAY/ WE, WILL 'SELL A. F. ,
; Cr ." C. STRIPED GINGHAMS:; SHCRi "
;, \- i. END LENGTHS, 10 TO 30 YARD

1 .' ._J fJr OVER PIECES OMPIECE., 5< CENTS .YARD. NO ONE 1'411. .... O0-77O. South Palafox Street. Pensacola.Th .

r: F; E. BRAWNER'S -
CHAS.BLUM&CO _
't 1. 617 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. .. Department Store. ": ':: :::::: ..: -.'.' ;'__ __ c. ._ ':.. c",1_: = ,, '::_ '

, JACKSONVILLE FLA. American Fathers. ... .. r .
, "American fathers are the most affectionate I ... .. .. I fisting' railway operations only) the '
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in the world," said a trav- port of Coatzacoalcos, but the portof
eled Englishman the 'ther day. "I The Railway Across Vera Cruz has through railway facilities -
leOffEE f ; : .From 'Vera Cruz to Salina:
never heard any young married men Cruz is 285 miles, as against 190 miles
. talk with such affectionate pride Isthmus of Tehaiintepec from Coatzacoalcos to Salina Cruz. In
.t!ii about their babies. The usual Eng- this view not much through traffic may FANS
1.f. We are. the Pioneer, lishman is either boisterous or simply .. ,.uu_ -- n_ be expected by way of the former
;E' Coffee Roasters of satisfied. This morning I saw route.: Mexico City, however, and
the country tributary to it may reap
one of the pleasantest sights imagi- The financing of the 'Tebuantepecrailway -had begun putting the bonds *on the
!t West Florida. some advantages from the Pacific S ,
1.. nable., I was riding in a street car. and of the1 harbor works at market and refunding the' loaril. The coast port the railway Junction at
' Opposite to me' sat 'a, young couple both terminals has been 'accomplish :government, was 'devoting the princiPal Santa 4 cretia in 122 miles and from NOW
with a baby.The husband was holding -. with the same persistency: of purpose' .: and Interest'' received to the portworks. then-ee'to Cordoba 102(} miles. The distance t
\mm( that the Mexican government" has Cordoba Mexico
BLENDS the baby. He was a bronzed from to Cityis
shown in other great national projeet3. ': The relation of the Tehuantepec National J98 miles, so that'the capital by We -
and and he held the have ,a large
fellow
sturdy canal Is supply for sale
! While exact figures cannot be given a railway to'the'Panama; these routes is only 422 miles from or rent.
pink and white mite very tenderly, review of the) .numerous and, varied an Interesting one, yet for the Ares Salina Cruz.
It have no equal. A trial He was not in the least embarrassed.He appropriations and their ieductioii ent this1 relation i? largely conjecture.It The Vera Cruz and Pacific railway ,
will convince the conI had one muscular finger playing from Mexican currency 'to.told valuai; has :been assumed the' railway linemakes which, by means of the 'junction of They are the finest, things in the world
tion seems to indicate; an' expenditure a shorter traffic! route for the the
branches
t about tFe.child's mouth, and when- two at point known asTiefra
nolsseur that we : of approximately $35,'OOOOOO' the .At1a 1Uci.<::9 st and for-Earope of aibout "
Blanca brings both the Gulf
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ever the pink gums snapped at it he ,. railway and the harbor works at Coatzacoalcos -'. one thousand two hundred miles, City and the Capital City into com- toeep off the stegomyia. We can
It.I make no extravagant looked as proud as a prince and and Salina Cruz. ynder.the,'.while it is alleged to be a, shortening munication with the Pacific coast is
beamed allover his honest face. terms of the contract which was made '850 miles for.New Orleans traffic. But;
I claims."p. .owned by the government. The road clean and repair old one.
p- Now, you'd i}ever eee a sight like with Pearson & Son }In 1902 the railway ".,for the next few years the railway bed, however; ; is through .a tropical your
''iJ. that ii my ijpuntry. I shouldn'tmind is to be operated hi partnership. likely to be viewed mainly as a means country, In which the rains are very
! Wholesale and Retail"GROCERS for forty-oneyears. > of taking care of the overflow traffic destructive to railway property and
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standing godfather every day The working capital -Hras"' supplied'which cannot be,carried by the Panama at the: present time this line, becauseof F
to ldren.of uch fathers.KanEaa ., railroad account of the necesi -
jointly by'the government and the contracting on its poor condition could take care : z PEAKE
Star ;f i sity of using Its facilities for the con.l *. lie
City j firm. After reciting yarioui of very little freight in the wet sea .. -
-. conditions in re a/d to operaing.eXi L l.Btruction work-of, the'canal. : son. Steps have been taken for Improving ,.,.--- :" ,
/ penses, ,etc., ,,,5 per cent; on..;capital![ The influence of the Tehuantepec it by substituting new steel '
Ii and all kinds of FeedStuffs Stop Grumbling stock and interest on loans,,the provision t 1 line on the Mexlcaninati6nal; develop-. bridges for the old ones. which were :-, EXPEXTELECTRICIAN.r" .
' If'you suffer from Rheumatism or is made that the surplus for a period meet is an unquestionable one. Intimations unable to 'withstand the floods. Possibly I I. :', ,.
!- pains ,for Ballard's Snow Liniment of .thirty-six years.'shall: be distributed -'. are given that- Mexico will within another year: the'roadbed '
will bring quick relief. It is a sure in the propottlpn oJ 65 percent now enter upon a ser &s-of'trade treaties : will be reconstructed, as was done I" Pensacola Florida
.cure for. Sprains Rheumatism Contracted : to the contractor, -AJJter that -vgith Chili and other Pacific-coaat with the Techuantepec line Certain. _. :- ,, ,. ,
Muscles ,and all pains and the government's share Increases grad countries of South America not only ly, if any marked increase of commerce ,
Pluto:: : WaterWholesale within the,reach' of all Price '25c ually. In the preliminary! Work' the with a, view to securing! a portion. ..oft : seems likely' to develop from Phone 345 or 955. New:Star Laundry Building
50c+J1.00. C. R.. Smith Tenaha, Tex. railway corporation was organized!t their traffic for international transit! this tine the improvements wil!| bemade. ,
writes: "I hive used. Ballard's Snow with funds furnished jointly .by the but also with the: purpose of extend .- Exchange. I II 1 i -
< ,and Retail Liniment In my family for years and government and Pearson.' & Son out ing Mexican commerce These trade, I _
..... have found it.a fine remedy for all it was also 'found necessaf7 to ectft, arrangements have been negotiated4n ,
pains and. aces. I recommend it two loans of $7,000,000 and $3,300,000' the past, but the lack ot harbor facilIties Order Your:
for pains In the chest." Sold by all respectively In':Mexican' currency, at! .at Salina Cruz rendered themnugatory. MONDAY WE WILL SELL A. F.
t New{ \ Orleans Grocery Co druggists. 6 per' cent. Interest until tfce time'' J C. STRIPED GINGHAMS: SHORT ICE, COAL and WOOD
Jf should be favorable for -a. bond issue\ In connection with-the; Mexican national END LENGTHS, 10 TO 30 YARD I II :from tlio ,
MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10 Mr. Limantour, the secretary of development, the Tehuantepec PIECES CENTS YARD. NO ONE!,II Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
Jas. McHugh CENT ORGANDIES FOR 6 CENTS. finance,"in his report to, the Mexican: J railway should be 'considered: not only I OVER. ONE PIECE. I ,
.,"' '. F. E. BRAWNER'S congress in December; 1905stated,, as a" line across the Isthmus but,as' F. E. BRAWNER'S Office-.Corner' Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.

.r'- Phone 105. Proprietor. --, Department'. Store.- that in:the,current,1 a ;:;the,,mptpanY: 1 I the basis for feeding. .lines. Under:exyac.i Department, Store.I .
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FIGURED ORGANDIES. 1 AR' YO" A > >Hl.


Select Designs, sheer and dainty, for Matron or Miss, price only 1$ cents. MOTHER .? .

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FIGURED ,BATISTE. : n Children's Shoes without first seeing our line, for PEMEA7BER ,

More than hundred pieces to select from, absolutely 1 colors. You. will ':. ,, i ,- We 'are agents for f I '":f'-r i .

appreciate them.when you ee them. Price, 10 yards for 98 cents t The f # 'Dorothy' t! .: :1'. '
Dodd" for Ladies and 1.: 1."t;

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WOULD YOU BUY .REMNANTS OF .
LINEN? '
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the two '
: highest class
specialty manufacture of Shoes in : it i .

Monday'andfTuesday we will sell every piece of three yards or,less of Linen You Ought Seethe : this;country. We are now prepared to show you a complete :Jll1.

of ev
Linen Suiting. Linen Lawn, Linen Sheeting, Linen Pillow Casing. Better call Trade Mark. tan and. brown :, '
and make selections. ; f

early ?, They are the novelties of 'she Have- you. seen. our line of Men's, Soys' and Little Cents' j{ : :4 It I :

: season. low Shoes They are snappy and up-to-date and the ; )
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same quality than '
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tailors in one of the most modern you purchase them 'i
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elsewhere. Men's sizes from $2.5O to i # '
in New York. $4.
factories Boys' sizes t
1,000 Cakes Toilet SoapS, 10 and 15c a cake, Monday, while it'I lasts, 3c. -- 'f- .,
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unique from $2 to
The fashions are and the $3,50. Little Gent.s'slzes, $1.50 to 3. *' (1'' ", .

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RESEDA VEILING FROCK WITH PRINCESS GOWN 'OF' SAPPHIRE GREEN DOTTED MULL. ,ANB- THE ;SMART :, CABRIOLET HAT .APRI6oT, ANAMA'- WITH INSET WHITE LINEN COSTUME WITH STRIPED FLANNEL SUIT! BLACK fr

DULL ROSE EMBROIDERYRAAH, ,SICK: ,.. VALENCIENNES, -LACE.. AND'. 'MARQUISE' SUNSHADE.. "BANDS.. ?) .-.PERSIAN.. TRIMMING. CLUNY LACE. VELVET COLLAR AND CUFFS. ,'\. ;,,, .
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ARIS. April 21.:-There -are quite as much penurious economy- in sartorial "r gl1ts by trying''on, from' a men are bothered to'death, though they,I things'" ', and. charming, little morning together of various laces to form one I i. Many of these sun kissed heads havi. ;
P many dismal things in life, butI our(midst today'as there'is ofthe: wild personal viewpoint, the new cabriolethat rarely confess it. Of course one is suits ate of these shades. A particularly attractive whole. been crowned at the theater late!j j:
don't think there anything extravagance one hears so much about, that last Sunday at the races had supposed to have a maid; but whetherone I stunning little suit of string linenis This crossover style of bodice appearson with hats made. of Irlande after the
more woefully dismal than but one is not so interested in the for- such a triumph. Every woman' wantsto ,is.!' possessed this doubtful treasure made. with a two piece circular skirt many of the handsomest gowns. manner of the celebrated headdress
having to be thoroughly economical,I mer, and when ,carried to excess the know how it suits her, and nine out or not some one must be }t band laid In three box-plaits'down the front The material is, of course, always of. presented to Miss Alice Roosevelt on
.! results, I think, of excessive economyin of ten are delighted with a glimpse oftheir ready and waiting to perform the width. Above the deep hem is a wide the thinnest texture, and the fullnessis the occasion of her marriage. Several 1
this of the
especially at season year' I the long run are quj.te its deleteriousas pretty faces peeping.out front themodern'cdal'scutUe menial, service, if it's only a husband !!i i band of heavy string colored lace. This closely gathered at the shoulder. of these hats were mounted on silver S
when the Paris-/ shops/would: .* make \& 'those of'niodern ,ext vag u ce.u ,' shape; 'One'lovely or'stray,brbtherV Speaking*front ri-' lace trimsjthe'.short;poiay jacket and eams and then folded over the breast. i wire frames and in one pretty instance ';-'
stoic envious'of"their' ware But was In the ateliers there is being fought a mondaine recalled 'a miniature of her fU'} .experience, these ""obliging personages r appears on'the sleeves/'not only at.the' To a slender woman this style is very the beret crown was composed entirely ,'?
there ever a,feminine stoic or philosopher fierce battle of styles, and ,if the crisisis great-grandmother In a black. tulle are seldom 'in the right place at I elbow, but 'is inset halfway up the becoming, and the veilings which are of yellow roses, the lace brim being
? The unpleasantness of thrift not reached shop a peace congress.of cabriolet trimmed with feathers and the psychological moment. It is a very f sleeve length. now so popular lend themselves per very wide and turned up sharply at '
came home to me with more than usual couturieres will be'in order. The 'empire -. blue satin ribbon. Carlier has also revived unfortunate thing} that 'buttons and I Very smart Is a gray'linen, and, by fectly to such an arrangement Now the back. Under the upturned .brim, ,:
force after a visit yesterday to the Con- the 1830 period, and the third em- the marquis sunshade, covered hooks' up the back are so difficult to the way, this once despised somber that bridge is the rage of Paris the resting on the hair, there was a fiat '
tours Hippique which is being held at pire rival each other in ruling fashions. with black chantilly, to accompany this deal ,with since the human arm was gray' linen' is one of Dame Fashion's most wonderful little coatees are being bow of black satin ribbon, the ends -. ';
the Palais des Champs Elysees. The Paquin is at the' head o(" the empire particular style of hat. made like a crab's claw, for, as you all favorites this summer and is. being created in which fortunes may be won fringed with silver. These transparent ''.
costumes worn at this' contest for the renaissance* Li perriere persistently As to gowns, every woman who is know, you may .catch 'A' crab by the made upon'-all nuances of this color. or lost. Some of these In hand painted picture hats will be in great favor as t' '
Prix Inter ation ux 'were dreams of pushes the 1830 modes,. while Beers is not wearing an empire is attired en back:-that is, the,shell-:and the stoutest But to. return,:tto the gray linen gown gauze inset with fine lace are thingsof the season advances, and already I have r,
chicness culled.from.all the best fashIon as persuasive in foisting'upon us the princesse or, in the modern corruption and sharpest claws are rendered absolutely -I in question, a simple frock is built on great beauty-for instance, one com- seen them in the exclusive ateliers in '..
eras in sartorial history, and so Eugenie styles I never. knew" such of this mode, a princess corselet dress. impotent Wouldn't it be lovely princess lines with plaits defining the posed of silver gauze! mounted on accordion tinted laces of delicate hue. '}j
frightfully extravagant were these coveted fanciful variety as''one sees nh'mo- There is no doubt that the corselet 'if 'one's elbow could also, bend 'the : waist Thp short jacket has a waist plaited white chiffon. Branchesof CATHERINE TALBOT. } ,
"creations" that even a mild conjecture ment here at the capital l, but to be skirt, though probably holding its own reverse way, to say nothing of one's,! coat and semlcuffs: of gray linen em- mimosa are exquisitely ,painted on I
of the "demnition total" made strictly truthful the empire mode leads. through the summer, has seen Its best::; shoulders? But it'' is useless to wish broidered dull Persian colors. the loose fronts and short, wide sleeves, Keep Your Pearls Alive.
me dizzy. At Longchamps and Au- all the rest. In other: years a fashion days. The exquisitely made princess forimpossibilities; only I da wish that I The elaborate lingerie gown is goingto and there is a deep cape of chiffon cov- "Pearls should be worn frequently ,
teuil the variable weather has prevented was started at the beginning of a sea-i gown, somewhat on the pin .fore.order, fashion would decree that most of our create lots of envy, hatred and all ered with narrow frills of Valenciennes. preserve them," said an expert "If '" .
so far much of 'a display of spring son and whether becoming or not was! even now in exclusive houses has taken blouses and gowns might fasten up the uncharitablehess. among. the fair sex J I The coatee is set in box plaits at the I I you take a pearl necklace and lock It :i
finery, but at the indoors equine exhibition adopted. We 'have changed all that the place of the corselet affair Someof front.Linen. this season.- The possession of one of back and through these plaits a sash of I up you will find that in the course of ;
the weather man could do his and certainlythe..reform is a: good one, the corselet gowns, to be sure, are frocks this ,summer are goingto these, frocks heavily inset with laces" black crepe de chine is passed!! the ends ,,I years the pearls become dull and lose: 'J'the
worstwithout" damaging results to for, is there' anything1 more odious to lovely, but we are seeing them in the be:quite as! much of a sensation as and elegantly embroidered Is as much of the sash fringed and knotted below I I sheen that makes them valuable.. r';
chiffons. the artistic eye than the monotonous cheap shops with machine braided they were last year and quite as elaborate prized; in tha summer wardrobe as a the waist line in front. It is a picturesque Heirlooms which have been carefully : -'
To return to my lament the conscientiously uniformity of presenting dozens and boleros, and it is obvious that for well In their detail. The-possibilities string pt.*perfectly matched pearls. garment an4 the blouse underneath -! treasured will sometimes be found to ; ,
economical woman ,Is.Jto. dozens of times tile:same type, however dressed women they are impossible, of the "tub" are only apparent in Heirlodmg;In the form of priceless is of palestjemon yellow, have deteriorated in this way. They
be pitied. She always thinks it waste- pretty it be? The dressmaker who in The overpopularity of the corselet skirtis the material, for the general makeup pieces of lace :that by their erstwhile softly folded In front and opening very lose their glow and In some Instances ,
lui to spend money on mere'njoyment. one season turned out 165 dresses of to be regretted. It' Is easy'to make, puts them out of the running all to- owners were pnly brought out to gracea modestly over a guimpe of silver lace.It become almost black. Pearl necklaces ,
?Most of her waking hours are spent In the same*Snodel for women, different in; and when 'once) well made think ,of gether. Even when these linens are court function,are recklessly squandered seems rather absurd to* talk of never keep so well as when they are
fealculatinjr; ; mentally how much it will form and beauty 1$ :now' .thank the one's,.beautlfur oblivion to all worry'of evolved,into coats and'coat suits a visitto ';on'"the lingerie afternoon gown.'A fashions in complexion and hair, but constantly, on the necks of their own : '.;
vost to do what she wants,to do, how powers that;, be, a ithlng- of' the past belts, sashes and bands of all sorts! the laundress is a precarious trip lovely dress of this genre is of white to look natural is not always the lame ers."It .
much she will save by not doing it, and The smart :woman of.thgt"now" boasts Have you ever noticed how restfulare unless' one has the wisdom to insist linen Incrusted with Valenciennes lace. thing as to act natural. To be quiteup has been suggested that personal- ':
by training herself to dispense with all of having artistic talents. Writing, some clothes-how easy to wear uppr\ a gored skirt and a short boleroor The bodice the superfluous trifles that make the painting; or music takes....up part of her when on, so easy to slip.!out of? And )cape affair. The new' linens are, unlike world ants o'f c .sbmere'taffeta in fad- hair; a creamy golden complexion; nq the matter, but I think it is more likely
hues' of most women worth living She' time.I She Is' no longer a' graceful! on the contrary, how often does one most of the smart materials, with- ed blue's-and greens edged with a narrow touch of pink on the checks, but a that the effect Is due to light and air. :'
gradually develops; I, reckon, an ex- prettr doll clothed; and adorned by her I look twice at some article of attire, out the least suspicion of a gloss or green: fringe., j healthy glow all over1' the face. I have You can wear pearls practically as long' .
cellent head, for arithmetic but at the dressmaker' and'mUUnei.' She asserts realizing that to' don it will mea a chiffon finish. In fact, they are dull almost i. Whole -dresses of Valenciennes, re- heard, but cannot vouch for the truthof as you like-certainly for fifty years-;-,
fxpense of a capacity for enjoyment her rights of having tastes of her own struggle of ten minutes or morel! to the point of stupidity.. White lieved by rather heavy laces such as! it that a constant use of olive oil;: and they would give no indication of. .
i never could see what there was In :and 'of dressing-aceording to her own The woman without a maid these linen' is not reigning supreme by any fine Irish Cluny and motifs of guipure I ,gives the skin a golden tint. Without j[ change, and you might lock pearls up, I
rigid economy for people to go Into. a style of beauty,:and ;she "succeeds perfectly days suffers'severely at the,hand of la means, and there 'are any number of 'are among the, future: elegant toilets j I..doubt olive oil, especially, when mixed j j and perhaps in twenty years they would -
tate of moral delirium tremens over.It in achieving ier desire. mode. If the blouse fashionable is ordained soft, attractive colors to vary the monotony : promised us. Put the present favorite with cognac, Is a good tonic for most i!I show signs of 'dying.' There are, however -
is an ennobling theory probably,'but At Carlier's, In the Rue de la Paix, to fasten up the back, up1 the of.an all white.scheme. String fancy work'crazy pAtchwork pales intoinsignificance ;skins, but beyond this-1 cannot speak;i ways of resuscitating pearls. UK
demoralizing, r in practice. There is she Is asserting some of her individual back fastens, ,! and. 'thousands of wo--I colored and buff_linens are. the modish before, the mosaic piecing with authority. I I the fact that they 'die1 is quit-- clear.". f


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Nev-erless Petrunkeyich' and iII'S colleagues !him from what Province he came and
: A FAMOUS LIBERAL like Roijecheff an, Pe Robert-- when (Petrunkevich' replied! Ufet' he MOBILE, ALA. *

ti, later,, achieved. -preminenjce .the was born and Jeared in- C5hernigofl : *# frHg; **** H
elebrity.! 'of th's 'l tt "r .t'lt'o "beooII'i1): Province: hilt lived there no longer '-
I LEADER OF RUSSIA quite equal to that of ":"P.etrunkevieh.. .His Majesty 'appeared urprIsed.S t _
I It .was not until 190| when; Prince "How? Why lo you live there no '
Sviatopolk-Mirsky became Minister pt longer?" he asked. '
t: the Interior' tharPetrunkevicli .receiv, "''Fo a very-.'simple- reason, Sire, 1 I
i tbeMn; '; eyes beneath shaggy brows lend tol ed permission to come to, St Petersburg -- sold my estatsr-I was-obliged to pel! i : .tho Benefits of Modern Plumbing

t I History of Who First Mentioned his otherwise ordinary countenanceand and his appearance;.there: was"cbinciiatenY'with it-because the authorities. forbade,-- ; ;
intelligence and force which the maetfiig"' the ja* to live therei" One of the most generally approved ideas ot
aConstitution in marks him a man among men. He first Zemstvo Congress; November 191: Later during..the. riotous days .0! ; ;
I ti comes from noble stock, an old family 22 190t, 'of whic bhewu'unanlmouslychosen November, 1905, when all was' chaol modern plumbing is that of installing onepieceUy'atorjeSjjupplied \ i

That Country. of the Province of. Chernlgoff. where President;: It -was' ; this Congress and' revolution was. in. full blast, II : with hot and,cold running water, In the sleeping:
which adoptedJhV famous program was PetrunkevichThimself who headed
t F % he finished was reared.his college After having career brillianly at the- of 22 articles and, which' started the Zemstvo' Deputation Count apartments and dressing chambers of the individual members of the

Univensity of 'Moscow he lived for ten the great movement: 'which finally Witte. Later when the electoral household. I'I
t.t.ONCE BANISHED BY THE CZAR years upon his estate greatly interested compelled the'"Emperor, to '}],ald to the campaign began Petrunkeyich took an ,
popular demand for the :people to active part.,and' stood for theDouma
in the peasants, studying their At first thought this idea to be luxurious to some
may appear
f HE IS NOW THE RECOGNIZED life and habits' and needs.: At the have a share-.in Government of in his adopted Province of Tver as a 11 ,
LEADER OF THE MASSES.AND same time he served }n the Zmstvo !the country.. it was:followeli at "ort candidate of the Constitutional Demo- .., persons but when
f.: intervals after Blopdy< Sjnnday1 by crats. .
of the Province and there really began I. I S S its benefits are
othep-'Congresses in allxrf'wh.ich: Pet (He; took part in the sittings- of the ; Q.4-b
WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BE ELECT. what might be called his public career
i i :: but his natural inclination to liberalism runkevich' was one'of the 'central figures Council- of Minister in December, } ( ., made apparent, it
ED TO PRESIDENCY OF THE ana! his outspoken.declarations in and over the majority of whichha 1905, to discuss the election laws nd! Swill be found
p? ided. At the' largest; &t these in January, 1906, :was the chairman of .
". favor or measures to educate and lift
1BOU.MA. the held in June 1905- the!'.C tfess de- ths first National Convention of Constitutional 'necessary to modern -
I up ignorant peasantry aroused -
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t hostility among the bureaucrats of!tided to senia'; a deputation'' directly to Democrats which met at S living. One-
the Emperor and place, ..before him amf c'Qiat''
St. who St. Petersburg from time on .
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Petersburg were early apprised -
} Cor. The ''Associated Press. ,I of his growing influence and the resolutions 'which the Congress he 'rapldlyt>ecame knqn as the most l. piece lavatories
.- tad adopted showing the reforms. likfty candidate for the presidency of throughout the
St. Petersburg, April 10.Petrunke he was dismissed from the Zemstvo ,
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which in the opinion of -its members the National ? ',
AtsembV/ '
,cvitch, "the famous Petrunkevitch" as service ex-iled: from his native ;Province home in the ;
f were necessary to meat: the demands In tha last munlb! pal elections, L I : are
he Is called In Russia, the man whose and forbidden to live In either ,
,and need of the people. -lThIs Congress when the opposition ,was cbhcentrat first place, a mark r-I
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name for of have been
; a score yeans of the two' capitals, Stv Petersburg or .
I iu the forefront of Russian liberalism' oscow. He then 'took up his residence Included not nly the representatives ed against him- he Was* elected by an ( : -:. refinement- \
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of the Zemtvos from all the overwhelming critT.Hj ,
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and who now as th.3 accepted candi m\ '
in the .
,.. date of the Constitutional Democrats where. he acquired Government an estate of in Tver the Provinces of European (Russia but also : is regard'ed as a jnafa of remarkable : i \ ; ):. second,they direct '-i
'will be of the detegatesfrom Poland and :JFJnland.; talent, poss ssini great persona I -I % it' attentionto
V President Douma does District: of Tdrjok and at once became| j constant
tot look born leader he Petrunkevich. whose presence had so charm and, when' arounised, a ,
the undoubtedly active in the affairs of the Zemstvo I
ofj I
long been prohibited: in the two capitals Lrilliant and effective the toilet and ,
peaker. As
; is. A bearded man of fifty of a I Ii
Tyer. which under his inspirati, 'became -
: medium statue he would hardly at- renowned : together' with Rpdecheff, Prince I presiding officer he has been a success .P'w'i ,. -p4- promote cleanli '.
the advanced
as most Serge Troubetskoy' Prince Chakows-' in lZ9mstvo ((
the/ Congress b'y'pos- e.-
tract assemblage.a second But.upon glance In coser!an ordinary exam!' of all the Zemstvos in Russia. But it koy anti other prominent Liberals; sesfelng 'in a high degree that peculiar I -' 11' ness-third, they ,
was not until the -ateath of Alexander ,
after most of whomhad suffered some' pen quality which enables him to avoid the inconvenience
;. nation the deep lines and piercing : ;
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that the incident occured alty for the views In tha past madeup quiet the storm wh n)1.opass10ns '
s--: which made Petrunkevitch's name reSound this delegation.: The Emperor received I highest. *" are i "of having to dress in order/to reach the bathroom, possibly !

t "First Aid" to the throughout the country. Upon I them at the Palace. Peter- .:1. i find i:-already occupied. I
the accession of Nicholas II all the hoff and after ''Prince Trouhstskoy' -- I ,I
-f Bowels Zemstvos sent addresses with felicitations I
had delivered his moving 'and eloquent
Given Call write for of booklet "Modern Lavatories" :
r for the 'young Monarch, condolences speech to the Mona.rch and the up to Die. or phone a copy !
1i\ for the lo-s of the late Em- latter had renewed the assurances of B.. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., which shows the complete line of .Standard One-piece Lavatories,
Heartburn, Sour peror and best wishes for a long and his unalterable determination to convene -: Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over
with in detail. There
approximate prices are none as good.
prosperous reign. The addr. s-of the five years I was troubled with kidney .
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f Headache Bad ,, the representatives .of .the: people '
WHEN ', coated Tongue, 1 Zemstvo ofT 'er, however, was an extraordinary he went among the'members of I and ''bladder atIections-which causedme 11 '1
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j docent While much pain and I lost flesi
I repeat- the delegation, speaking a few -words I worry.
; g of Stomach, Gas, j jing I the felicitations afed formulas of to each one. When" he/; <&me.to '>Jlf.j and. was all run down and a year age WICKE & CO ,
or any"of these forerunners of Indigestion I t I the other' Zemstvos' it ,added that' for trunkevich he had evidently forgotten I had to abandon work'entirely.. I had I
: appear1,. Old Dr.,Cascaret wants to be right the welfare of Russia fldurish. "A or was unaware, of the. '"decree .which 1 three of the best physiciaps who did -. !
cn the spot in your pocket. I Ii I i j i continuance' "of 'the- old' regime," it had forced petrunkevic": < fbrJleave.'hlsnative. me'no good and I was" raclic-ally-giv:. 1 ... !
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Dr. Cascaret 'I said, "will lead ,the country to perdi. Province. The' 5or5askei. I en" 'up to die Foleyfs Kidney Cutewas'recommended''and'the ; [
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mot obstinate cases of Constipation and j;i i This was lie" first time that I gave me' great"relief, -and.after takingthe r .,
r-c Indigestion, without discomfort or inconlenience. ; the word constitution should be said second bottle' I was entirely cuf
t ,f 'to I have been openly ,pronounced in -I --I ed." Foil sale by W. A. ,D'Alemberte

; His medicbie does not gripe nor purge, '!Russia and Petrunkevich with Rodeo- Toil Have f laiaria !
hoff were the authors of that historic MONDAY WE WILL: SELL SHORT
i but 'exercises naturally the muscles) that -:
document. It with the other addresses LENGTHS: : OF FITCHVILLE
;.\ Jine.the walls. of the Intestines and Bowels. were formally presented to BLEACHED DOMESTIC10' TO '21 .
; the Emperor November 20, 1896,' when YARD LENGTHS' ; :A-T 6/2b.-! YARD. :
( Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes he received. the deputation of Nobles NO,- ONE OVER TWO PIECES. KSRBINI:

the Bowel-Muscles, just as it weakens and Zemstvoists, although actually F. E.BRAWNER'S
they had been sent to the Emperor in 'Department Store j I"I
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& and Leg muscles. .
,f nn j November in 1894 a month after the 'j
1. 014 Dr. Cascaret goes directly after i death. Alexander 11. Amid grand --, -, -- WILL CURS YOU 7
: these Bo eI-Muscles.; He wakes them'up :pcmp all those who had presented addresses -

is- Just'as a cold bath_would wake up a "; to tb!t Emperor'' were ass m. ARTISTIC SCREEN. ,OURES -
I* bled-in the magnificent-Nicholas Hall .
perso of the Winter Palace. Petrunkevich One That Combine Cheapness and LIVER, TROUBLES
:: Then he works them (through the headed the deputation from Tver. It ; Among the; ': Good Taite.

'f. serves) till-they jjet so strong,:-from'.that B vas. the. youthful Emperor's first public ,' : ; Screens: are 'always; useful In the BEST FOR
Exercise that they don't need any 'more I' a p erance: He was plainly em- hom ,they'ma'y'easny be made.to -
fcelp to do their duty.Heavy barrassed. Surrounded by a brilliant Housekeeping: lend an artistic air.to any room. Good CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED
;' I,i suite he' came' forward attirea In the taste Is shown In the screen illustrated
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many you young peopleare
if ether everyday likelihoods tire the BowelMuscles. jhe was delivers Timid, pale witl -
i !emotIon! the Emperor with his eye about. to job thie'army of -
constantly traveling to the hmlet in housekeepers that 'we cannot EaD I II
t In such cases a little Cascaret times his hand commenced :his speech of :
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?( ,. later on, to say nothing of the suffering, been presented. His Majesty touchedthe advice and.that is, :,: ,
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one among them-The Zemstvo of ,
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; its presence in your purse or vest- Tver-ba not realized his confidence. fJ}You don'rexpect to keep house

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