The Pensacola journal
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 Material Information
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 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00426
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Russian Terrorists Alert for Opportunity MONEY SENT[ T TU TO Defining Powers.of Un. ordained Strike .rn. ,Anthracite I Nothing New i in Pensacola Eta" ,J'"

to' Strike Ruler or I -.mll Preachers With Reference to Coal Fields SettledWORK trio Terminal Company ;. { ,-:".

Other Marked Men.POLICE Certain Duties. Circles. "


ARE'ACTIVE In the House took k'on a Wide Resolution Introduced'Urging laws ,JNG,. UNDER" AGREEMENT TO CONTINUE STRIKE CONFERENCE HELD

'' Range Many Topics Being L Protect Dry" Counties.' .' AWARD OF, 1903. FOR THREE YEARS LONGER. i

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Brought Forward. By'Alsoc'iated Press. committee's action was adopted unani

I* Precautionary Measure Taken on .. (Scranton. May 8.-The '>convention mously. Believed, that Announcements l":
were posted today by five
of the anthracite miners reassembledhere
an Extensive Scale. CONFERENCE ADJOURNSVICE and ratified the of the big mining companies of ther.esumpt.iQn Will Soon Be Made. "
\ today : action ot
Army Bill Sent to Conference With of work next Monday.
to Date MillionsContents
Twenty-Eight the subscalecommittee taken nth
; Work will be resumed throughou;
the operators committee at New the anthracite field Thursday morn Jt / :
Amendments Disagreed t to. :
I .AGAIN POSTPONES VISIT ON yes\ fday., { declared' opera ing. The repairmen and others necessary .
tive the award'of the'coil-strike! com will report to-morrow. This wes '
MAY RESULT IN BLOOD $JoupdJn-ta t. ,ACCOUNT OF URGENT" 'BUSINESS mission 'of Iiv3! for a .further periodof decided upon at the close of the convention SAYS THAT AS SOON AS POSSI. ;, t

\ SHED-NO PROCESSIONS.OR. I SENATE. GETS WTO A- HOPELESS AND WILL r FIX ,DATE three years, The, report of tire this afternoon. alE INFORMATION WILL BE ..I; = l"

New York; 'May 8;? -The Sub-treas- = ,' .

$411,000, making a total since' ENTIRE DAY/ DJ VO.T.E TO THE .- V-; I .* ;
MUCH EXCITED. April 18 of $28,000,000.. -- By Associated- ,, Press ;. CARRABELLE FROM BALTIMORE. h.;iJ: '"

Birmingham, May general I < .jJ ;,1f

Vaults Were' Opened. conference; of the Methodist Church, n i i J .
By ,Associated Press.St. San Francisco, Cal May S.-6afety'' x its 'first lartodaywhen By: Assoclated.Pre... A conference behind? closed doorC ; r
Petersburg, :May Although deposit vaults in .several big 'Institu-! By Associated Press.: iVconcufred passed in the main' 'report of the Constantinople May 8.Nedjlm Ed-I Special to The Journal. was the order of affairs last night i In}. --j '1:
tions that provide fireproof receptacles Carrabelle May 8.-Fire wa discovered ;
there are few surface indications an 'Washington, May .-The House din Bey, procurator.general of the vii Pensacola Electric Terminal Company Q "t
for the public were made acces- revivals committee as amending the in the dry kiln; of the F. C. ;
earnest duel is in progress between! I devoted the day to ths' naval approjprfafelon ayet of Tripoli,-* North Africa has. circles far the R. 1-.
as as representatives;
sible. The vaults those '. Lumber Company's mill Friday and
the police and terrorists and revolutionists opened were powers of unorda ned, preachers. Under murdered ina' highly sensationbeen -
who are thronging the capital of the Union', Trust, Cocksr"Wooi-} 'bill- and accomplished: the' new law such preachers may al ,mannr,' "PY' Ali Shamyi Pasha:; despite all efforts three shed .and two of Stone &: Webster the purchasers!; \

alert for the opportunity to strike worth, Canadian Bank of Commerceand reading of f the first fifteen pages for' preach!.the'gospel celebrate.the rightof former military ,governor of Scutari. kilns were entirely destroyed. Many of the stock of the local company are' I'. I

the emperor or other marked men the Mercantile Trust institutions.:: amendment Several topics incidentto matrimony, and in the absence Jf According: 'to the reports received houses near by were barely saved by concerned J.;

amon''; the officials gathered for the Steel and asbestos" had,.preformed the measure 'wera discussed, in an elder or bishop, administer Bap- here. All Shamyi- who is .a Kusrish the blacks heroic efforts of both white and It" is known that J. W. Leadley, gen,1'. '.I
their: trust well. All the contents ot : who worked like' Trojans. A t
opening of the national parliament. the difficulty of securing enlisted -, tism., In the absence"of the presiding chieftain; and avho- recently was exiled -
cluding of the F. I.
the steel boxes were found intact. elder-or. bishop he' may'ontrol the to Tripoli on the charge of being strong southwest wind was'blowing at eral manager company : i};' t :
Precautionary measures on an exten- Nothing was, harmed men in the navy, the locationof in the time. The losses at this writing Bielers, who will undoubtedly hold 5 Jf
sive scale have been taken and the appointment all elders or officers concerned In. the murder of Redvan
police have been reinforced, by the the naval training school on the the charge over which he presides, Pasha at Constantinople, was undergoing -! are estimated at $8,000 to $10,000. some official position and H. H. Hunt { .: t'',

I keenest men from the interior cities. Supplies Sent In. great lakes, the, cost of smokeless with the/understahdirifj that no.\ permanent an examination when he suddenly who is the personal representative of ," ,

The railroads are being watched most total San of FranciscoCal.sent'to.; May 8.-The powder and finally the unnecessary powers of:ordination shall be rushed, on; the procurator* general IGNATIEFF WAS Stone & Webster in this section attended .1.} : I
goods this city by the same'shall "be fired his teeth i in his throat and,'
diligently. A search of the baggageof railroad up to and Including May 1, expenditure of one hundred thousand'dollars' exercised'until the conference, at which it is ."
grantedbv the laying On of hands after held on like a bulldog until his vic- .
of lower branch }
three members
the amounts'to..2,200 carloads, accordingto annually for chains for ship i NOT MURDEREDBy understood; were present Blount & -
: tim throttled to death. .
the dISCIPlinary was ,
: met
he sh'ali
was the only'puJbolIe;: incident ,in the EdwardDeVine .have. *':*
I Dr. head of the The last was under consideration Blount attorneys for the Pensacola ,
campaign today (Iby'which severel ter., requirements.
rorlsts.were so quietly bagged that the Red Cross --This'represents. : a when the house adjourned ,for the A resolution was introduced but not Electric Terminal Company. Captain ., t
large amount of !
supplies, he said BIG FRUITCROPIN
oIl., account'-of 1he hour of W. H. of the : '
general public was unaware of it. yesterdaybut" nothing like the day. ; : acted on : Associated Press.St. Northup, president company
TO safeguard the emperor in his amount. we will .haveMo' have The army appropriation bill wax adjournment feeing reached first urg-" Petersburg, May 8.There Is at the time of the purchase by : -

p \ssa e..up the river .on. Thursdaythe i sent to.a conference with, all senate ing'.statelegislaturesto enactlaws to CALIFORNIA EO foundation in fact, for the report I Stone &: Webster was with !l ss.rS. ; !;: I'
time .of arrival and departure is protect dry counties from the shipment :
amendments disagreed to. telegraphed from K1eff lay that Hunt Leadley and BMers early lathe :
'kept a "secret. The bridges through: CONTRACTlFORBUILDINGS .r of liquor from;:other states. The;, General Count Alexis Ignatieff had
: heartily 'approved Press evening, and it is not known post- .f i' :
which the imperial yacht is, to pass GETS INTO resolution was'so. By'.Associated: i been assassinated. General IgnaUetf '
will .be closed, to traffic from daylight SENATE" that ,a motion was made ,to' suspend 1, San Francisco, 'Mar. 8.41 .Pe .ts f is",in -St. Petersburg tonight, ,and not tiyely that :he was,present at the conference ;t J
IS LET HOPELESS: TANGLE and allow it Jt6*be -passed i imediately. iin., !' -- but is .r ,:
Thursday until after the emperor's'de. n" '1'f the-rule are good 'fo'r;large-'ffurr.sMpments to:in Kieff.r -* referred1, it un-de.r' <
parture' and the general public will .* Final action, however the east Curing*the season' which has I stood thaC4hewas.. :f !

not ,be admitted even to a long distance .. --- Washington May ,,8.-Excepting Yoe' :was'not! reached.-; is believed the }just opened Fully '7,000 cars of From what'could be learned it it j : I

.view of the yacht. WORK ON THE1UNIVERSITY' a',feW..moments. !;devoted. to, the reception .resolution will be passed. green fruit, and grapes will be sent GENERAL HORNE; understood that the representatives .
The police: today' issued orders in of 'the-ABison amendment to the Vice-president Fairbanks ;has again east of the Rocky Mountains before '

the most polite terms asking the public STRUCTURES' ., AT. .GAINES; railroad rate bill, anda.. hall hour postponed'his visit to the conference.' the season closes next fall. This voltrme U. C. V. IS DEAD conferred with Blount & Biount re ,, t-, ,
to"Keep moving"while in the street .i given to routine business, the Senate He communicated by telephone from, of business will mean between garding official matters and that prao !
which concludes: "In order to avoil VILLE IS PRIOGRESSING ifevoted the: entire-day to ineffectual Washington today saying that his'''1 $10,000,000, and $12,000,000 to the 'Cali tically everything: was adjusted 01 .-;
encounters which might cast gloom ', "'' consideration of the Elkins amendment duties, there1 will prevent him from fornia ''rc ardists. The cherry crop .
RAPIDLY. By Associated Press. will be adjusted to the satisfaction
over the solemn day processions and ,. prohibiting common carriers Reaching here to speak Monday night, throughout the state" js splendid, and Knoxville .. -
May 8.-General John F.
and demonstrations will not be per.. .. from: engaging- mining coal or the .but that 1 expects- to be able to fixa the peach pear and' :apple crops Horne, sixty-one years old, one of the of all concerned. : '
mitted." commodities in definite -date later. promise gOOd' yields. (
production of other _. : leading wholesale merchants of this No Information.
The Board of Control -of: the state with shippers. *
competition '
MUCH EXCITEMENT IN university has let the contract for The Senate adjourned at five Section Hands Strike.- I'I Noted' Polo Player l Dead. city illness., died' this afternoon after a long General Manager Leadley when '-., '

THE RUSSIAN ASSEMBLY the erection of.the experiment c'clock this evening in a great state .Knoxville: Tenn.- May 8.-Several ,Philadelphia, Mar J8.Charlton: B. Tennessee He division was commander of the seen last night shortly after 10 o'cloc" ; r!' :

stations at the uniyerstty.- to 1 be constructed of confusion as to the exact subject f i Zilljn, aged 35 -}ears, -noted Polo Veterans. United Confederate stated that be could not give out any ':"

St. Petersburg, May 8.-Troops, on the grounds at' Gamesville. before: it. The disorder was due to Cincinnati. player, who became suddenly ill I information at present. He stated. ,
and police tonight dispersed anothermeeting The crfntract'price :is $13.000 a number of substitutes for amend I iby a strike of section hands on the while playing a practice gam on the ',
of the economical and nine buildings will 'be' erected. cents to the original amendment,[Chattanooga- division. They are Qt'e- Philadelphia country club grounds on RECORD BROKEN that no word had been received from ;

members of the national society.Several assembly Gainesville is considered'a. model which an effort will be made to untangle -I jiranding an increase of from $1.10 to Saturday died last night. .Death was Baltimore concerning the final consummatIon :1.
pace? for the experiment station as to-morrow. t f 1..5 per day in wages. due to angina i pectoris.: of the deal for the trans. \ .
who protested against the ac- .
the soil is In way. 'adapted for BY E. HARRIMANBy .
tipn, narrowly escaped being bayonet- every fer of the property, or anything per. '
the purposes for which' 'ICill be ,
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ted. taining to the signing of the papers ,
Members of the constitutional used. *
assembly -- for the closing of the deal.
Work on the university .buildings at Associated Press :
when 'it reassembled today, Gainesville is progressing rapidly and I New York May 8.-E. H. Harriman Northup's Position. .-, '
much excited the issue .
were over of P. K. Yonge, of this cltya'member ot arrived here tonight on the Empire .'",
fundamental law and the dispersal otj' the Board of Control, .Is confident that State express having made the journey "Mr. Leadley your position with the '": '
the meeting of members of, parliament everything will be in". readiness for SP InC from San Francisco in the record company is general manager, is it. "
last night and it required all the' influence term 'Of which IZl f!: R S 1N t "
the fall the university SQ fl L time of 71 hours, 27 minutes. hot? asked the reporter. jl I
of the leaders to restrain 1 'I rn
begins next September, This means ..
them from doing something Desperate.A that Lake will be. VER ct t T "Yes, he replied.
City ; .no .10ng.er', :
mass meeting of-the "Black Hun.dred" known as the educational city a.fter: .', ,, ..;, PERKINS: CASENOW "That being the case can you state .. t.
held under the presidency of the present sessjon'ot'tfie"traiversity' 1 whether or not Captain Northup wilt % t'

M. Dubrov'.n, poured oil on the flames has terminated., _j ". EL remain in the service of the company. .'
by the exaction'of an oath from all The university commencement' 4 exercises :- 1
have been
all negotiations !
after ,
present that if parliament should be : ;
will take place in Lake City k "
found to consist of. "traitors" they offer May .28, 29 and 30. The Board of closed?" Itf.
lives to, protect. the autocracy. Control will meet in-the; clty-May 2\1! Associated Press. Mr. Leadley did not reply direct to r: : ,
New York May Argument began this question, but promised to diTulge i'.,
will be at the exercises
) ana1 present 4c tfJtxo today in the Appellee division of the all information pertaining to i t
DOINGS IN THE May 29 and the. morning .May 20, supreme court in the George W. Per and :
after which the board :will. leave .far: t changes improvements as soon aa \f '
kins case. He was formerly vice
Tallahassee,to be present at the commencement -: possible. f '
ident of the New York 'Life InsuranceCo.
DIFFERENT COURTSThe of the Female' .College> oa... ., and was brought before the courtin Wants to Talk.
the afternoon of the 30th.
March to test the question whether "Neither Mr. Hunt, Mr. Bielers 01 t.t"
political contributions by Insurance myself have the slightest desire' to i
case ofT; .- D. Quigles.et..al versus ANNA .oOui.ii W'lll' companies constituted a crime. I withhold anything pertaining to the ; tt .
of the officials
personnel of the com
Martin Lindsay et. al. '
title to the.Quigles' grant in Santa < r.; pany or the Improvements we contemplate : ,.
Rosa county is on trial in the Un'ted BE FREE di WILL PROSECUTE I' ," said Mr. Leadley. "In ,'
: fact will be only too glad to. give :
States court, The plaintiffs are represented we ;. ,J
Jy' W B. Sheppard and .. r STANDARD OilMENI'cut the information when we are la. : .r. .,
proper shape. The deal as far as t "
Blount & "Blount are looking after tue By Associated Press. I we know here has not been closed. ,T '
interests of the defendants. A num- '
'Parisfay.8..Tbt; conclusion of ,- thought I have not the slightest doubt l ;
ber of witnesses have been summoned the elections ipermlt.,ed '- the' Castel t i By Associated press.: but what everything has been by this }
in the case and it is thought that Columbus, 0.; May S.r- Assistant '
lane case to be taken up to-day for time satisfactorily and amicably ar-
the greater of will be con- Attorney General Miller said today .I
part today final -inqurles as to the possibility of ranged:' J.
turned in the of evidence. that 'criminal -'proceedings .would be '
hearing a reconciliation betwn the countess 1. When questioned as to the gather .
> A Non-suit. (formerly) Anna, Gould). and, :Count. brought against the Standard Oil officials lugs last night Mr. Leadley did not 'I
In the case of the nited States vs Boni. This was considered a formality : zt in Ohio. He said: "Both criminal denythat a conference had]been) held. ,_ :
McCaskiH the government took a non.' as the parties ar-not, disposed to yJ and civil suits will be instituted. He .acknowledged1 that the meeting J

suit in the federal court yesterday. become reconciled: After the present d against the'omelals as."soon. as the I was in connection with matters per- I

Municipal Court.' proceedings, the countess* revised! bill' .. attorney general returns. taming .to business connected with '

The, usual run of, disorderly and will be' filed and_$hje!: paper,.s rvfd' : t. the Pensacola Electric Terminal

drunk cases were before Judge'Laney The lawyers expect that. in ?future.', SNOWSTORM Company'deal.. ;..
in the municipal court and he dis the proceedings will mQve.milyand'; sR n is expected that information ot 6

pensed justice out to those who ap that the final decree')ill; be 'rendered, ALAW5 importance concerning the personnelof .

peared. without. a contest.- -'. {; IN WISCONSIN the company under the new management -- .?f" ,

.' f and notices of improvements -,, T .
.fLOQD6'N.' ,, ; ,. to be made will be given with- -. : '

FORTY BURIED IN GREAT '_ By Associated Press. in the next day or two. 'ty .'

Plainfield; WIs,. May S.-A .. furl' .. 'J ,
RUINS OF l BUILDINGBy CHINESE' EMPIRE ..." ...., ..' ous snowstorm prevailed over centraj) REVIVAL MEETING TO' +
.. ': : ".. .' Wisconsin last night and to-day BE HELD AT WARDVILLE .

Jo. : r : .. '". equalling winter storms. Eight -
..) inches of anow fell.Colonizing. Special to. The Journal. \
Press= ;'; h Atmore, Ala., Slay 8.-Rev. R. M. : ",
Associated Press By AssociatedWashington. : : : : : .. .. '' '
state de Boers Guy a Holiness evangelist will begin .
)Say fc-Tisb/ '"
Havana, May 8.-The; pillars supPorting the.following ". -:. ; ) New York, May &.-Geawal Samuel a series of meetings on the 19th msL.
received. (
the second floor and roof of partment today : ': :' : .'
Ar ierkatl consul < Pearson, formerly of the Boer army, near Pine Barren church at what Is .'

the Jose large new cigarette factory of cablegram Hankau from,China the: ,, .|. :: : .....:>. ..' .,... ; ". ., '' ,,". ". -' -, ... ,. ,..- who has been in Venezuela since known as Wardville four miles souJi .'...
Gar at : .. ,
collapsed today burying 7-' ; ; -: }. April 1 to colonize 10.000 Boers there of'Atmore., Ala., Rev. Guy is* an .earn : i
province.Great .
flood ill.}annan ;! .. I
forty men and women in the ruins. -Immense 1 -r \ r--. oil and eloquent speaker. A'Cordial
the steam est
All ," ... ,. arrived here yesterday
Six bodies have been taken out and a loss of: nre'.ii1 ppertjv_ -.;', ., t -: "' '"" .",.->".;.,,...-....._.. Philadelphia !mm Curaco. invitation la extended to ill. -,
ben more persons were ia4tuei, fwielgTiers are safe.- ; t V t "" -.r .- ..1k' ,_ ; :L:

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G H HEROISM[ Hood's Sarsaparilla J JUDGEI[ RI8HTTAthSO I

6RE1T las del surpassed and cures.all other medicines,in merit -r r -. ,. ;I ,

Its sucCess, great as it baa been,.has ape ArcIaA I
< pareut7 only just begun. / 5 : FOWBESI I
: It receired more testimonials iia the last two '
OF f years than any previous tw0-6Ttr 40,001 I .. ,
It has the abiding confidence of the people. ', '

ha strongest proof of its unequaled worth.It Size' r' "The Quality Store" I
purifies the.,blood cures all blood dis- -
ensue all hum rraed all eruptions '4 .

: UM N appetite It strengthens and build-Jihe up the stomach whole system.'creates an 1 W ATERCITYFormer T[ AKIZDWU ,

--- It cures that tirtd.'.I.*llni and makes the ,,. .:
_, ., w. ak ItroD .'< 4 ,_. .OLUETT PEABODY& co ]
< Jfoten cf duett tod iftoumk thru.
Irf'usual licruidr or In new tablet form. _

"' Joseph Fitz Honored d by Navy Department s-1001)0363_ One Dollar.- .*- Pe sacolian, Itow.} Representing --- 't. '." -' -. : fi.E-RWEAR SALE

for Bravery : -a Process (for Dis- '

Annual Picnic ,BOSO'S'Ice .. .
Mount posingofGarhage.Many
Dajo ;

Cream Thurs
i Pr. Factory Wednesday and ay

FRIDAY MAY 11 Pensacollans: will remember furnish In
can cream
Journal. you
Special to Th" here
N. lived
udga A. Wright, who '
May 8.-A medal ,ot I any'qu ntIty. Satisfaction
.Washington ATMIONOLIA 18 the earl and prln '
I )'* eighties' 'was lLra1teed.- t t honor and a gratuity of $100 has been -for .
ipal of the Pensacbfe, high school I .
awarded by the :NaVY Department to four or five years. Later he was editor PHONE 1328 : Positively the sale record of fine handmade

Joseph Fitz an [,or nary seaman, othe BLUFF Of the Advance-Gazette, an J! left:! SAM BO&SQ, Prop. : greatest on ,,,"' ,. '
heroism !
navy for extraordinary 11 .1882 to join the-editorial, staff of i

'during the recent engagement of tho at BY Charles H. Jones's: paper, the Flor- $# # **..**.**## Ladiest Underwear; at, one-half price. We
announcement '
;Mount Dajo :
:da (Daily'Times.,- at. 'Jacksonville.: if it
fact having just been made by the i Ladies' Auxilliary Judge Wright Is'now'Qn.9vlsUto .. PIANOS AND ORGANS. '

acting secretary of the navy through (Pensacola: ,. andy< ?erd8.Y had a.-:/;:chat 'CASH OR EASY TERMS. are closing out our ,entire stock of Stag Head Underwear ,
& general order.! with' The Journal, to the following ef-- If All Piano Work Guaranteed '
Capt. I* II. Bash,' of the army in a TO THE B. OF L E. fret: 2 CLUTTER RUSHING, '

letter to Major General Wood have Refreshments. *I was here in' 1893 on a 'short it 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST' '* so well known to you all -
of Fitz: "and -) got # PHONE 476. '
Contests. visit, said the Judge as ,
"I have the honor to invite of OrdinarySeaman your attention p Good Prize Music. off the. cars this afternoon did not & About 500 Garments all marked. in plain figures

J.to Fitz the, attached conduct to the gunboat Dancing.Boating.- t recognize a slngle-iand-mark- the ** *****$ ** *#* *#*#*# ,
(olden time. Penaacola has grown
Panpanga," who was serving on and Bathin'g.' I wonderfully since then. I have, spent for 50c I .25
of United States troops it means a regular $1 garment gar-
the expedition TRAINS WILL.... LEAVE CITY 2:30, the afternoon in looking, over your panyi; provided the city would' grant : ,
during the action on Mount Dajo ity, and the morexrgee.; th> more Iam such a .company 'a franchise tba '

iJolo, P. I., on March, 8, 1906. the 5:30? and 8:30: P. M. amazed at .hey: progress:' 'How- would interest local 'capital. If'such' a ments 62 1-2 think of buying a beautiful handmade .
in question
occasion '
"Upon '
column, The 'C mrnltte3 reserves the rightto er. I always hatf faith-ip'tier?: .future. company could be" organized. our: company I
troops of Capt. Lawton's reject,'all" objectionable parties. seated'as she$1sajid: : haying the would be glad to 'show its faith
with which Seaman Fitz was serving, .' by for block skirt for $J $3.50 beautiful
to assault the last re-' finest harbor to-the; Southshe is subscribing a good sized $2 gown or or a
!were advancing bound to 'be the atreen city of the GulfS cf stock. If such"a franchise were ** *
itialning cotta situated on the north '
tide of the hill. The advance guardof Judge Wright is now representing pany a long term contract and pasomething a :. garment;.for. $ U5. We mean just what we say.
the troops had reached! a point PINLiiARRjSpecial garbage reduction .concern' which -':less to "it for disposing ol "
r "
:very near the parapet of this cotta, i Is establishing plants -various cities the garbage thin it now costs the city
!but were unable Jo command conceived the the in- throughout the country. When asked to do it in thejpresentTinsanitarjr and : :. Sale, will start ,Wednesday promptly at 8 0' l lO k''so,

terior. Seaman Fitz .of vnsatiafaoioTjrT'Vfayy: the. contra&t .
regardIng hilL process v tori disposing! Iff fo : *v I
idea; of climbing a large tree about garbage Juafee Wright teplisd: be aufiTcleitlyliberal! :r'am -confident .. .
to.The -
-forty feet from the cotta and firing !r'W ll. we;have pnerof the best systems -that your citizens would not.-hesitateto be.on hand : .: : : ". "" c.
it with his pistol. He remained in Pine Barren May 8.-A revival will '
into for the'disposal of all-waste, inclUding -: Uke'the stock; promptly. .If this '0' 'I
Methodist church next
the tree about ten minutes and while begin at- the dead, animals,.,garbage, 'night be done at once, 'we can have a plantin ,
MOos Sunday conducted by Rev. J. O. Lawrence
for the -
there the sole target
was ,
soil, street refuse etc. operation h r0"by-the first of Au-
Insida the cotta. pastor and Rev. F.A. Rogers, to be had. sweepings In fact we dry claim that gust. A clause might ""be put in the :
"Although subject to this sereve of Pensacola. franchise None Charged. See Show Window.
ours Is not only the best; but that providing that citY can
fire from all sorts of firearms and Mr. C. Wiggins, Rev J. O. Lawrence it is only process of garbage reduction Lave the privileges buying the plan;

other missle weapons, the man coolly and Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Wil that disposes' of .all garbage at some future time. I am here toi.ell
"remained in the tree, holding on the lams attended the' district conferenceat
a plant and
h an odorless, sanitary and profits1 would as soon dea.lwith
best: he might firing his pistol rapidly Atmore. Ala- last week. manner. That which has her the citizens as- with the city, ,
ond undoubtedly doing great execu- Messrs-W.; A. Flnlay and John .Jer- ofore been regarded as a menace to: One thing is"verycertain. Your-city -

tion.; Hie: finally came down and par- nigan are onan'extended, visit to Albuquerque. health and a "bif den to the tax-payer needs somethinjTof the "kind iclpated1 in the assault that "carried .' New Mexico. I
under the operation our'system be- badly and aawe'havethe best, it
'the trench. I was an eyewitness to :iRey;) C.-: H. "Mbtly' 'wa.s J a pleasant comas a sanitary measure and'. al reeds our plant '

the, above event and submit this account visitor to duf1&w 'Jast week. Source .of revenue." i -Judge Wright. will be in the etty un. w. J. ,& B. FORBES0 '

for any action" the department ;;!Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. 'WIlliam's'v sited "How do you get. rid, of "the. had, til 'Saturday. 'and' can be found. at the :
day desire to take. relatives at McDavid Sunday. ? smells?" 0 1 store of 'WiUi l i-Johnson & Son, on F
Gen. Wood, in forwarding the above ,(Mr. R. IS. "''Mayes and '
littje' daugh. "By a patent process they are) i i'ed South Palafor' reet. He is on bJi
report to the commander-in-chief of ter bedie'', spent Saturday here. back: to his
under the furnace' and completely' way Jacksonville home, 1f
the Asiatic fleet made the following Mr./C. II Wiggins catfght 'a trout consumed, so that lf"the"plant Were having" 'Just returned fronf .the -Confederate : ', ...
statement: last week which balanced/ ,.th' scales) only a hundred yar4s, :of ..yottr. 'residence !. Reunion, .where he was ..

This: .man's.conduct was.conspicucusly at 8, pounds, tw<> ounces. Who :has you: would. never knowif, wa'a elected .as i commander:of the Confederate -, : 3lI'-g.; i .- (
gallant and of a character to beaten ? 0' : there o'ar '. Naval Veterans; ,j V.T.Henry and- Knight.DadeJ I SUMMARY BANKOPEiVEDAT
that bad
clearly entitle him to a medal of i *.- concerned., as.&Dr.' ". : ot1are, .; I' W. Watson and George A OFTHEWEATHER 1

honor, which is recommended. The TRY, Bosso's' CREAM: PHONE! "What .d l! Glvensup to 'Die. ,Worley, I.. ,
"me.. : advantag you. claim "ovfcr ;
circumstances as given within arecorrect '- DeSoto-H* C. Sparkmanr A.P. Jordan FLOMATON
the 'crematory B. Sjlegel ?12fl4' N.
1. ,, Virginia fit; "and W. H. Hooker. .
SAILING LIST OF THE. .-. ""The crematory soon burns t, for Evansvllle Ind.,'; wr1t s: "For :'bvei ,, Ihival- 'S. H. Melton C. D. Rine- 3 lE
WILL BE NO EXCURSION ". \ GULF TRANSIT COMPANY it.is.Bubjfected to about 3,000degrees' bf fl.ve'ars I waa.troubled. ? with kidney hart, E. 'W. Gillen I.L Harris; 'W. ::: _', ..'
Ir Themaximum .
NEXT FRIlDAY NIGHT <- fire heat whereas'our-machines and bladder ;affections (which caused [ATcL. Dancyrani''W.H.-Sebrin'g.' -. temperature1 yester- : ,'' : : "
never subjected to' .fire."heat'at all;. me much pain and worry. I lost fleVa day was76 dgreesit t\\3 p'. m. and the .
..Escambla Sullivan.. C.M.Cos.ton ) A bank has been at Floma-
''Following Is' the sailing list of the, : opened
and the contactwith .
only heat brought in 'and was all run'-down', arid a yearago: : mh.imum' 58'degrees at 3:30 a. mIn : .1!
I and The '
Gulf Transit Company; J. E :Long if. Jacoby. ton according to Montgomery
The Ladies' Aid Sc1ety of the First -them is steam heat ot'about'.300 had Ho' abando"i'workent1rely :
Presbyterian church will not run 'the For 'Liverpool: due-%Pensaco1a degrees' Fahr. ,And seven If the crematory three-.of the. best physicians who.- I 'bad,did I. Franklln---John B. Ruge.. Jj, F.'- 'C.Griggs his summary-of the weather conditions I, verUser, which has the following, : 1

.!Jay excursion which was advertisedfor May: 6;. Gracia,:May 11; E.Q.: Salt. never burned out, at. best itismt m& no good and- I was practically''gt. 'arid'O.-P.: Rhood. yesterday Observer R ed said: I say relative, the matter:
marsh June 7. J f'I 'Gadsden-H, L. Edwards D. E. GrifR. I I, Stockholders in the new bank :
Friday'night., a destroyer'of, vAiuableproperiy. en up to die. Foleya Kidney Cure The' high pressure lI.reaWith fair .
For. J.fanchesterITeodora- de. Lar The juinual out ut of earhazeetn._. in wan'recommeiutad. afirt ,th".ftrll.'Mtt1.._ _._ ........ ,-.;; B.: _Kemp. ;' H. 'Carroll. -'::--I .,nil.. n'-.,'. ..."....+.1."... ...n. +n.1'Wj :-,,.... ..iI.. Flomaton' among- which. .. are- a. nuii'
--- ---- --- .
L. ana J.'H. -a. W r;; .r;; 34JLU; .V..UClo! or :
rtnaga dueMay15. Pensacola. is worth about$5,000,: Patterson w. TaylOr wu'Hamilton ber ot the employees tflO.LOuiSvI
; gavemegreatre1Iefandaftep
I lbr Runcorn: ,Teodora'da Larrina- which could be' converted taking' .11s morning over the central ..valleys,has and Nashville Railroad Company, ha-
into that the bottle !
The Handy Doctorin! Your was 'entlreI ,cur
i gadueMy.15.; ,. much cash under our system, -which, ed." For sale.-by-: A. D'Alemberte -John Bradshaw. reached the middle !Atlantic states received notification ,of the fOrth ,
Vest Pocket /Ftor Boucau-tBayonne: Ifaslingden. if -crematory were used! here would : 'HfllslboK>ugh--W.( W:' K. Decker and and' frost formed- this -morning in( opening of the bank today:
now in port. all be destroyed GWelle: W. J. Bryan president of the ban ;.
and .it.: .would take TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. northern Tennessee, western North .
For 'Venicet Birmingham, -now In about $3,00G worth of .fire wood a I- 'lHlmes-H. Vaughn. is the Louisville and Nashville fig
T7TS a thin round-cornered: littlo port; a steamer 'May 15. year to destroy" 'Jacksbh-A. J. MCDaniel.t I Carolina and northward,through west. at Flomaton, and R..W. Drury, caier : '

For Trieste:' .Birmingham, now In .What do you offar.tp Pensacola?" NEXT FLORIDA 'Jetr uon-J. D. Thompson, James ern Pennsylvania. Frosts also form was formerly clerk to Yardina-: -

Enamel Box- port. "We wish to install a plant here, :A; Sledge, L; D. Carke and J. W. Ed ed In the Dakotas, Wyoming and eastern -' Allen of the Louisville and Nash .

When carried In your vest pocket (For, Genoa--and Algiers: 'Binning either for ths ''City. or if.that be inexjedient ,wards. \ Montana where there is another of this city.
_ 4-& it means Health-Insurance. ham, now in port. ,.for your citizens. and believe LEGISLATURE Lafayette G. H. Geiger. 1 The bank has a ,capital stock *

It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant .. ,that we will do'K> in the near future." Chocolate. Suppose it be found' that the city and"'-'. 'B. Lanier. depression has moved eastward from rlans are interested. .
taste,almost as pleasant as ,
A- P.frlnco for Stagnant Water is not' in a position to buy the 'Leon-Gilbert -Hartsfie-ld, W. F. Michigan\
plant, the Dakotas to Lake and I ,
Each tablet is a working dose of Cas- LIST OF/ THOSE E WHO HAVE QUAL
The Arabs in the how would '! .
deserts have you'proceed? (Banks; -W. N. Keith W. I. Vason, S.
caused generally light rains in the TRY EOSSiO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.
which acts lilts Exercise thePowcls
carets on "We would organize MayWalker and A. iS1. Wells.
contracted a strange prejudice a stock com- .!IFOBD TO ENTER THE PRN :
: !Missouri and upper. Mississippi valleys
and Liberty-W. S. Summers
It will not purge sicken, nor upset'the :against running water and will only .IMARYOF MAY 15. Madison-J. E. Blanton R. H. Rowe r and the Jower portion of the lake Striker Killed )tn Riot.
drink what-they'find.in some region. Showers were general In the v
stagnant and J. J. }D1ckerson.ManateeA. /Pueblo, Colo., May 8.-In a riot
gtomach. 'poo|. So much has this become 'T. Cornwell and JohnA. east Gulf, south Atlantic and New England -, tween striking employes at the P'.
Because It Is not a "fine-driver," like a matterr of'habit with them 'Following is a complete list of those!; Graham.::. states 'Monday.Conditions 1 110 Smelting Works and deputy siv!

: Salts Sodium, Calomel Jalap Senna, nor that/while the.mpat poisonous look- who have:qualified to. enter the, Dem- .r1on-T. E. Biggs, C. L. Bittinger are favorable for fair iffs to-day one striker is reported >
Waters. ocratic' primary of May 15, as candl-v and warmer weather over this vicinlJ bars been killed and two mor "
Aperient, $ them'admirably 'L;: S.,Li'ght and 'E. L. Wartman. ?
_ ing watr.agreeawith dates for the next legislature \ ty tonight and Wednesday, with fresh
: wounded. Two
ously deputies VM'
Neither is it like Castor Oil Glycerine; Q1roW., H. Malone and Edgar
I) cr other'Ofly Laxatives that simply lubricate them, pure violently running, sick'water in the will: ?make sacola. eeond' District- "- .'. S; Beard, of!: Pen.\ Folk:, I northeast shifting; to southeast winds.1 j!i badly beaten..
I the Intestines for transit of t the food ': 'Nassau-J.. W. Keen and S. A. Ogil- -- ,
stopped of a. few- hour8.. This prejudice is Sixth District-J.-i EL Broome and J. .vie p----------- - -
- Vp In them at-that- particular time.- ehared.by moat of the lower animals Baxter Eighth Campbell District, -of John.Quincy.W. Henderson Orange--B. C. Abernethy' E. W. Is the joy of the household, for without

and is. often acquired by European -Sharabayer and G. W. Crawford.
of Tallahassee.. BABY'S it no happiness can be complete. How
The chief of and travelers in Africa. At first the Oceoa-A. E. Donegan and H. C.
cause Constipation' Tenth DistrictCharles 1./ Leggett, Bryan. sweet the picture of mother and babe !

': Indigestion is a weakness of the Muscles stagnant tei produces nausea and of Madison, and'B.. D. Wadsworth, : 'Putnam-W. A. Russell and H. A. Angels smile at and commend theO

; &that contract the Intestines and Bowels. even.fever, but when once the system Madison. 'McK nzle. thoughts and of the mother

Cascarets are practically to the Bowel 'is inured to it running water Among theHousekeeping* :I Lafayette Twelfth District A'. J. WInburn. ,..of ,' 't3t... 'Johns-W. A. MacWilliamg, C. bending over the cradle.aspirations The ordeal through
county. ,
Muscles what a Massage and Cold BathStO affects them in precisely the same Thirteenth District-(Frank Adams J;.'SL'Dupont 'and D. E. Thompson. V I C'E which the expectant mother must pass, however -

to the Athletlo Muscles. that it.affwta the Arabs,-Lon of Jasper, and le-Claude Olmstead.
way : John High of Hamilton Sumter-I. L. Futch. and9.. G. ,js so full of danger and suffering that he
(Chey stimulate tho Bowel Muscles to don Erpreas. county. Kllgore. looks forward to'the hour when she shall feel
contract expand and squeeze tho Digestive Fourteenth District H. H. :BuCK'man'and Suwanee-W. R. Dorman, W.:HMc- the exquisite thrill; : of' motherhood with indescribable" dread and fear.

I- Juices out of food eaten. The Traveler1 Trti. Things. .- Fifteenth W/H.District-A.Baker of Jacksonville : Clellan, George' W. Umstead and 'W.M. Every woman should l Xnow.that.the danger, pain and horror of child,;
I Cascarets do this naturally, without ,, In the island l of "Jamaica there is f J. Pt Julian. i ason.
birth be
F. can entirely,avoided the of Mother's Friend
P. .by
and Cone. of Lake City. use a scientific: !
----4 purging or discomfort, I I I a tie that is greatly admired by ,al So;many of I you young people Sixteenth District-J. N. Wilson,. of :. 'yolusia'Fa'rlor-T.-J.: B.B. Adams.Parkinson J. P. Dit. liniment for external! use only, which toughens and renders pliable! .fI1 l!
don't help the Bowels and Uver In!j! visitors hence its traveler's' Marianna. ; ,
_ ; name- < are'about 'to' j jolajhe-army of f Hon, D. F. Morrison .and T; J. Spark- the parts, and assists aulep '
1' uch a way as to make them lean! upon,! tree. It is similar to the pabn,free,. that Eighteenth District-E.: .S.; CriIJ] at man ; its sublime work. By its -aid '!

limflar assistance for the future. buiin shape'is like a fan. A.curi. housekeepers'; w&cannot' 1, ounty.Palatka, and J. pt Wail,, of Putnam" :;\ Wak Ua-W. E. Dickey- S. P. Rod- thousands of' women have "M 0 T H E R S

t' This is why with Cascarets the dose I I ous feature -'of this tree is tbatits. refrain_ from: giving "-JWft; .bit' of Twentieth District-A.: G. Baskins de.flb.ury, J. H. Gray and J.'L. HaU. passed this great crisis in per-
_ -- may be lessened each succeeding time plumelike leave* sway and bend with advice'and that is:. of Marion county,. and E. C. McLegd,, Walton John R. Rlchfourg' and l>an- fect safety and without pain.
c Instead of increased as it must be with all the sun and the rain. In rainy of Ocala. "

: other Cathartics and Laxatives. weather the leaves .bend almost to BUY THE BEST Twenty-second District-W, M." Gi- Washington W. A. Bryan A. B. Sold at fr.qo per bottle bydruggista. Our book
Lasseter and B. M. 'Robinson. of priceless value to all free. F R I E I D
women sent Add
a trifle' rardeau, of Tallahassee) P>> : ?SI
r the: ground :but in sunshine they] raise 'themselves. ,to heir Byrd, of Montfcello. BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Mlmalm., Ojf ,
Cascarets act !like exereisa.H upright ; more but the best"will be found Twenty-third District-A. St.- Clair. .

_ carried in your vest pocket. (or carried I I and more graceful! position. The .the cheapest in'the end. Abrams, Tavares, and I. N. Withers / :' ASTONISHING RESULTS. -

In My Lady's Purse/and eaten Just when effect is very curious, for the leavesof of Lake county.Twentyfourh. < ******** **4HHH(* .. ,,

1 you suspect you need one, you will never this tree are immense., Any placeof q I You don't expect to keep house : District-Hunt' -Han Follow, Each New Discovery of ;:

1' know sick day from the ordinary-Ills: of life. .consequence in Jamaica haa :ona .onlyi' few months you. expect r1* and E. IT.- Semple. of Key West; "- -!'P1e'great Science.strides' that' medical DIAMONDS" ,BATCHES, !JEWELRY, I

Because these Ills begin in the Bowels, or more of these specimens, but it is it's a matter of a lifetime. Then and Twenty John-S.lghth McXJiffin District; of Fernandlna.-T.:S. Davis, : science. ,has,.mad.tla'(tltf put few .; CLOCKS' PRECIOUS STONES, E; BRONZSE *

and the for all ether diseases. necessary to travel there for a years Is due to the ,
sigh '
pays way Thirty-second germ theory. '
the best of
_ buy -housekeepingutensils. District-J. B. Ben STERLING! !
"Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. of. them, foT they will not grow in '* and H. H. McCreary, of Gainesville. Wh-'sn the germ of a disease has been ;
Be sure get the genuine made thercliniate. .. y Thlrty.elghth' Distrlct-C. discovered the doctors have ::not been ART-POTTERY /
you only any 0. Cod OPTICAJJ GOODS !
-i: by the Sterling Remedy Company and never I g J We make'quaKty1' die i standard by rington, 6f DeLand and "Fi-ank'aliW.' a slow' ''few in years finding: it a will drug be to rare kill to it.finda In : -" '- -CUT. GLASSWARE "

toM.in.... bulk. Every t&bletst&ZflpOd"CCC.:" A,Tolling .Retort.Ayong4Iihwiidy which everything is measured and of New Smyrna. -bald-h aded man or woman. The !
1 it it a one day entered squeeze the price down'the point For House the house cT Representatives.of failing out of hair U.d'ue to a dandruff .. ," ,. Ti!

:: a railway' carriage where three. where it is false economy to buy trash. following! candidates representatives the germ;. and now It has been dlscoverei'lww'to : ''Ie
FREE TO OUR READERS have complied ngavlng'and Fine *
I Engliahmen w re seated: When the tJ! I? vou doubt g. come on and we will;how with the official call 'of the party from kill this germ. 'The reme- _.. Stationery.
It baa been d$r'used is called NewbrO's
; arranged to mall free a Herpicide
beautiful little French-destined GOLD- train had startedjind was about half their respective counties: '
Its .success has been marvelous. .
PLATJSD colors trinket, box, bard.. amoJed ia .a mile out "the station the three Alachua-Syd L. Carter R. E. Davis a'failur has been 80, far reported.No It 'l I
pretty a hiadsomo ornament :,
most liberal offer ever made, and we .I travelersbegan talking about the and, W. N. Sheats. Is also'a delightful hair dressing free Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention, *=

_ want every reader to have one. Ten"! Irish ,when of them heard 'Bak -L. c. Cobb, C. F. Barber and from oil or sticky substances. Try I
cents ia stamps it aiked all a measure one was A.H.: Congletcn. ,. .. _
cf good faith and to cover cost of Cas- .I to say"Whythe Irish sleep with ,* ittnd be convinced of its actual merit. ;.:
carets with which this dainty box Is I r 107 SPUTH STREETPENSACOLA Brevard-W. R. Roesen and "Wade Pert sale by W. A. IXAlsmberte, 1 *!
< ": PALAPqX drug-
loaded the. pigs! Yes, interrupted the H. Jones. I E. adek
I Send today be sore to mention thin Callahan :;'adap43thecary, 121, South ,fala. O. Jewelry: Qo. i
k- paper and write your address plainly young lady. "and. travel] with them A. Max Wilson and H B. foi: street.or send lOc in stamps forsairiple -
L Address Sterling Remedy Company too." *- ** 'I-- wlobley. to The Herpicide Co., Detroit. f MOBILE, ALA. |
Chicago or New York. ITS! __ Columbia '
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.\. : B explanatory has 'been received.by The '28 years -of' age was, arrested yester- I ...1tis; with carbonic gas; then it clears so
a' Journal: :I.Sacramento I. ijay-'at Castleberry, Ala., by Sheriff : ,

THE = ,. May, 1936. Rathbone Sisters :Van Pert Kuthrell' is char ed with I pure clean and brilliant that it shines all '1 :
:= Mr."F'Tank," L, Mayes, Editor Journal, ;the murder of Eli s Ellis, wh'.ch! : kir- i,TI 4

"VARSITY" SOFT COLlAR C 3 C 3 Pensatola Flu Thursday, May 10, 19P5- ng took 'place at a dan e about four; I the way through-not a hint of cloudiness.
Trade Mark Registered My Dear Sirwrite; to acknowl- jears! 'ago near Jenningsville: this I :
I : > fayor of 27th wita for the benefit of .. v 1I' '
eag your April 'county.. I : :.1
= which you enclose a check for sixty Pearl Home. Since his inauguration into office I Open bottle and you will'notice at once-the rich, savory 0 i

dolars! ($60.00), this represent hg the Eagan teheriff Van Pelt has been making al aroma of hops, peculiar to this brand and.to our methods .. '
Come get you a collar and pin I ccntrbution; made by the. citizens olMilfean Music treat effort to capture the accused, -
Program of it.
I brewing
they can be worn with any soft to the! relief fund for suffer- REFRESHMENTS SERVED ,FREE. ;and by hard work his efforts have been ; .
light we'ght Four-in either wash or silk. cities. :-Mississippi: and then to Alabama Taste it and you will enjoy a flavor only to be attained by con : .

Collars 25c eac!.. Permit me, through you> to' thank ;where he was apprehended. -summate. skill in brewing; by using the finest materials and by ; '
Pins 25c to $i.zs. the good: people 9f illUlgan' There PENSACOLABUILDING : .Kuthrell. does not deny that he kiled ,
: : drinkingAmericanQueenbeer.q1t
is hardly a city t in the'ynjon-rperhapa 'Ell'.s: but claims .that' the deed was L .:
not one-which his not centyts contributions .'- done in self defense. He states that
to the fund,.but the state'of tie deceased struck him with a pair 'It is in a class by itself; a "beer without a peer;" brewed in 1

Florida has been particularly l gener- ASSOCIATION. ; ':'of brass-knuckles. & the' South, for southern conditions of health and weather; a -. ,
ous, and the peopleof: Pns ''coa: and .1_ After a search of everal years "
I SThllDRDi neighboring Pelt recently ascertained wholesome, hearty beer which "hits the spot exactly. :
$ towns .Aave! done nobly.I CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ,::Sheriff, Van. ,
I desire to assure you our'profound: that Kuthrell was in Castleberry, driving "
appreciation; : 'Repairn1 and 'building of all description. :! -- a' team. The sheriff went to the j' Remember these facts and watch for cur next ad on American Queen. t

Very truly? yours,,-- An up-to-date( firm on an up-to- ';A1abama town alone and concealed, I

Gpo., .LtlAR'PEE, date street, Office 210 DeLuna St.;,:himself behind a tree.. Kuthrell drove ,[, .; Acme Brewing Co. .l

Governor. Call and see. us. .J'iup and he was ,covered with a 'gun ''t
):and ,told to surrender. The young 't .' MACON, GA. '"" '-

COTTRELL, Jas. M. Johnson, Manager. .'r man' did so, and is noW in the Escam- '
i bla county jail \
Pensacola. Fla. L.Re ddenback, Asst._ Manager.EXAMINATIONS V' ''Sheriff Van Peltwas congratulated .. '
- --- 'on the ,.capture of Kuthrell. .. : '
DIAMONDSSomething BOARDTHE : : :';
Neat and New In Them FOR : ,. -' 4 0': ,0't-'

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Paafox! St :EDWARD O'BRIEN patronizing the blacksmith Friday.. 1| Invoiced, shows over seven m11110Jt' .- { "r 't'
COMMISSIONERS. 'DEVOTE '- Miss Willie Donalson has returnedto feet of merchantable; lumber BOW oaJ 'j"r .
TURTON & BELL' TO"0 SURMLNIOiULRLD'CIVIL : i> DIED YESTERDAY I GLENDALE I her home in Opp, Ala. Her many hand. J.. '.: 1-,, .t
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. friends will be ,glad to hare her come A. numlber of our citizens attended .4 '> '
PETiTIONS- -- again. -, I I the reunion at New Orleans and report -
Kodak Suppll- Flnlshlag for Amateurs. SERVICE COMMISSION 'WILL' !iOLD AND HONORED', CITIZEN OF Gorden Smith is expected home soon a splendid time In 'the Cfresceni: \; 'il: .1 i'';A )

; Special to The., ,Journal. from Montgomery, where he is at. City. ; .. ;.
R. K. WHITE, /._" ; -in' CONVENE MAY. 3t TOHEARAPPLICANTS. PENSACOLA HAS PASSED Glendale,.May" 8.-Dr. G.' P. Henry tending school. Lockhart has a population of ove,' t, .J < '
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate The County Commissioners met The picnic at the- lake Saturday wasa 1,060 and we have some of the best: ;: { : '.
called to the :
regular session 'last 'night with Chair of DeFuniak Springs was
Optician. S. PtUfox Street. Pensacola. Fla. ;> AWAY.: grand success. citizens to be found in the state; y&5j; "- "
man Avery.. presiding' and .a qu rum : bed' Ue.. of .Is: ,T: R. Conner Friday thf lo id rnnm tYiT. tm'rwc.mn* a a r"I'
present. .Qnly" business of,.a routine, One by the grim is re- "' .U :- "' -" : l-
one reaper \ last. J I gards society. We hare a good ,, < ;i.
TerselyTold character was transacted. I The United States Civil Service ':moving from the world the old c.ti- J. R.. Anderson: prominent fann church building standing idle and we- i Ii "

Mrs Henry, representing *. th Commission! will hold examinationon zens of Pensacola. The latest to I IART need preaching every Sunday. Somet) :r .>
an Mercantile Co.
-North and South" publication addressed :join the silent majority, was .Sergeant er paid the Glendale" 11 1'L9 I I good Baptist or :Methodist preacher'could 'l' .
PLEASE DO NOT PAY' CARRIERS. the 'commissioners in support I May 31, to 'filf vacancies as they : Edward 6'Brten, wfoo expired a call Saturday: do effective work here "
some .
Several complaints have' reached of an appropriation of $100 to be used I cccur' for surfman in the third! at the home of his ''daughter Mrs. W. F. Gressett'ma i a 'flying trip hope for improvements along this andwe ; .
ThV-Journal office recently that when 'in defraying expens'es of advertising ;Smile to 'Bridge Saturday. I
fourth<; eighth ninth and thirteenth Motta, 212, West1 'Cervantes Natural line at an early date.PALAFOX :
followed to their source show that the county in the magazine. The request districts. ,.. ;5tc3sl, yesterday afternoon at 12:15: Messrs. .Wlnslett and Balkom were Special to The Journal.Lockhart .
subscribers .haVe paid. some -;of the' "'forthe :"appropriation, .y;'ade' .:. > in' carrier -boy In these "columns repeatedly 'nl. ed. "*' I luy1ew: f the'&Sculty,4- a curJngeljgibles !> At the, time,-of hisr death the decease urday. needed rain made its appearance the STREET + ;

haV appeared the ''advice.:. -!A-petition"for a liquor"license from'N. .for the, districts: namd.> the ,wag .83 years- of:age. He was ,t. L. 'Strough and wife paid BeFuni- past week and it put new-life in vegetables -I {i '

Do not pay. _the. carriers. Two .o! Goldring from. precinct. 14 was" re-, requirement of at least three years'zperienee ,a 'naUve 'of ,Ireland and loved the ak a visit Saturday, I much to the delight' of the ''. : .
The Journal boys' are in serious ceived. i as a surfman- sailor.. "of, gre not the old place;of his.nativity. ;Lynn. Adam; one of. Walton coun many truck farmers of this section. j CHURCH MEETING <
trouble 'because'they have accepted The petition from James ..Nicholsonand boatman will be waived. Mr: OTJrlen was a-soldier and for ty's largest farmers, called to see us The street carnival has ''been withus I JI.
money: from: .subscribers. When subscribers others of District 4',. for'a rural No .educational test will be given, thirty-
pay their subscripUo hey tree delivery mail) ,routs was referredto and it will not be necessary for .applicants this country. During the. war of M. C. Brasweli has ;made an addition games that go to make up a show of I.! of the members and: fi I.; ,.' ,

are given cards which should be CommissionerWiggins.. to appear at any place for the" rebellion he was stationed at to his .blacksmith shop this character. It drew quite a crowd. the Palafox Street Meiho- :.t '.
punched. Boys do not carry punches. Petition of Gus Soderllnd for position examination. I during their. dfst church will be held this [ t '
Fort: ::""Pickets. He, wa%.r ired oabouf .We learn that The Glendale Mercantile Everything was orderly < morning i
The collectors co. Insist upon having of fish 'and game warden was referred -, Applicants must not be less than o twenty .yearsago- aadifthe' title ot Co.. will have one or two 'car I stay here. Immediately after the cloee of the .10 ;:, : ; i
:your card punched and the? jtm will back to him 'for correction. feet 6 inches in height and weigh'not ordnance sergeant was conferred up loads of field_ fencing for early fall' The closing down of ''the mill at o'clock prayer service to consider the '.i

made no mistake. Petitions of Ike l/nman and John less than 135 nor- more than 205 onhim.. Since then he has lived use. night at this place has caused some advisability of exchanging the present ':1:;. .
The'city council will meet In Gates fpr. the same' position were laid pounds which they must resida seek In the district, in continuously in Psnsacola and was .a Jolly Howard Cawthon, of DeFuniak of the employees to seek other placesfor site of the new church corner ':( < ." .,
regular not
ever. employment honorable'citizen' visit Wed- employment Very likely they Palafox and Obase streets, for a beau. : ,
modal upright and paid W. F; Jones a pleasant i
session tonight at the' regular than five miles inland the
The bid of.'Laz Jacoby to furnish more from striving; always to assist in the up- nesday. will all return to their first ve when tiM lot further north, and on another S. '

hour.- the county groceries" for the current ocean, bay or sound shore and .must building ,of the city. The,bottle :walkatthe, ,' home of Mr. the night force is put on again. I street. As this is an important mat. : .
''Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rodriguez are month being'' the lowest. was .accepted. be able to read and write tug English The illness which resulted in the J. E. Goodwin Wednesday evening Messrs. Sweet and Steward repre- ter every member and friend of the ;.. '

the proud parents of a fine 10-pound It was 162.82. language. death' of the old citizen and soldier seating The Journal were in town a church is earnestly urged to attend : ;
was a
baby girLJoseph The bonds of James J. M tts. William Applicants must be citizens of the JiI
was of long standing, and he was Mrs. A. L. Beach and Mrs. Downs, few days ago In the interest of their I
United States "
and not under 18
Kirke, a well known traveling H. Knowles James H. Jones, J. over 45 of nor .:confined to his bed since October 1st. of DeFuniak,'were shopping and p'c-: paper. The Journal is a favorite with METHODIST REVIVAL < ".

man is in .the city mingling with F. Tierce! and Thos. Pebley as notary .Applicants years should age.at apply .to Hon.: J. Ed. O. ir'en.; president ot nicing at Glendale, Wednesday. the reading public at Lockhart as it I DRAWING BIG CROWDS i '
the trade in hth.line. publics The petition were approved.of Mary' R. ChiMterson- the keeper of the life-saving statiou the National !Bar Pilots Association, "Miss Bessie Brown of Laurel Hill is one of the brightest dailies that i atiliPalafox :

The city yesterday received 300 tons for confederate at which they desire employment for is the only son of the deceased, and is visiting' friends and relatives here reaches this office. The revival Methodist ,.
of ballast for the repair of streets. a and ordered pension allowed..was approved -application' : Form 35. No application -he( is at. present in Washington. The this week.J. I A library is to be established' in our church still draws and holds the 4t. .

The material is a mixture of clay and The bonds of J, .Rlkard, justice will be accepted, unless properly funeral arrangements will l e postpOned E. Goodwin, Jr. and wife attended town at an early date for the benefitof ciws. A very beautiful and lm'J J?:
gravel.H. .until the arrival of Mr. O'Brien at DeFuniak Sunday. I the reading public. A number of pressive quartette was sung last ;"
of the peace and EvQ. Creighton tim- executed ana! filed with the keeper church: I ,
from the national capital. The only with the our best citizens are behind the move night, led by :Mr. William Yates. ,-;
C. Allen, a prominent citizen of ber Inspector ware'approved.. The prior to the hour of closing businesson The farmers are overjoyed
other. child- left the deceased is wish for it ''the success it de. Rev. Barney Butler is preaching Q.{ ,
Montgomery; spent. yesterday in Pen-I board then, adjourned._ May 80, 1&06.NEWSPAPER. by rain that fell here Friday. and we "
sacola on business. Mrs. Smile Motta. a daughter.CARYVILLE J. E. Hairing, D. E. Murphy and S.i serves. searching fcospel sermons and people 1 '
> P. Wilkerson attended court at De The dally! shipments from the mills are being deeply and seriously im. ; -
J. C. Veder. Rotterdam and G. V. For Upright Writing this Immense. Nevertheless pressed. ;; ,
MAN : Funiak last week.: I at place are :
Craggs, of London, are registered. the stock hand having been Mr. Yates will sing tonIght. S :
A league Has been formed in Paris Harris Jones of Ealum was here on -:', ,
guests at the Escamlbia. I ., ,
for upright :writing., It takes as its IS ENTERPRISINGLOST <>, .
Henry M. Yonge and wife have re
motto "a phrase ront. George Sand
turned from their bridal tour of the j.y,
west "Upright writing on horizontal paper LONGFELLOW SAID : .
Special to The Journal. L'.
with the body held .straight. > ,:
The smacks Francis H. and Prlscilla "
ALL BY S.-The. Geo. E. '
Caryville, .
of the fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived The :league crusades against the Wood number Co., still continue .improving : "We lead but one life here on earth, :: .
yesterday with a good catch. and American of.writing COT OUT PUBLICATION 'ON f '
English style their mill plant at Caryville.! We must make that beautiful, t :.
Former Governor W. S. Jenningswas most convenient t ._ -
slanting'and angular-which, it Among the latest : it '
here inattendance on the United says, is no longer really taught inEngland TIME. additions is "th,, large addition'tothe ;.._ -.\: .. ''. ivv: : : AiuHo do this, health and elasticity of mind are needful, ;' J

, States court yesterday and left yes. 'and America. hotel just built, anothsr featureis ,'? : "' .f'. And whatever endangers impedes these must be avoided. ; ..
afternoon 5 o'clock' : Slanting commodious hotel for ._ ; __ f.t
terday at for Jack the new and '...>.. "
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sonville.An writing is said to cuse.short. sight, George S. .Sanford a mining repre the transient co.ored laborers who S ,
interesting meeting the print- "echoliosig".-and many other optical sentative of.Ashland Ore." is at-the work at the mill there ars several Just Vplainjbit:of good, : : .

ing committee, of the Democratic troubles. I Escambla. Mr. Sanford has in his .new additions to tbe". big! mill and old-fashioned. common: sense. | ; .: "

Executive committee took place yesterday possession a copy of the Mining and planer which are. modern conveniences : F flfjO ::
Now sense
apply common
Scientific Press published in Berkeley in of rapid handling ot ;
when the contract for theprinting'of Cigars on the Bench.Is the line ,
the county primaryticket'J there any/objection to California, w.hich was publishes lumber. 'for the market. \ to your "health! of body; and mind. r'
a;judge two days after the earthquake in times Washing- :
vas awarded.. bal There are lively question of %. ,
smoking a cigar in.open court while 'Francisco. The paperit is true is ton county j just now among the poliU- It's'largc1y

Alex Friedman, of St. Louis, & on the bench and hearing a case in far from the actual size of the cal aspirants. The race for representative in be sure the life forces are not taking t ;. ': '.
brother of Louis Friedman of this When "run down" or ailing any way you may
the of parties and pleaders lar edition but.at. the same \ seems 1-6 be quite :fexcltin? <
city ia here on,'a'visit to the latter. presence journalistic enterprise 'which is regu-j':R3V. .W. A. Bryan. Hon. S. Mv Robinson and Brain well. It is ;i' -
:Jir. Friedman some 14 years ago was ?: I observed this'ia an up country acteristic of newspaper{ men is sh and Hon., W. B. "Lassitter are the up, from your present food, the things required to keep Body very sure ..;. ,

a resltfent of Pensacola and he notes court, andllcofdd not take any Notwithstanding! that the candidates before the primary May will discover help when the food is changed properly. The reason for advocating !t '

Kany changes'and Improvements' seat there, as I was not accustomedto the paper lost his entire plant .'at :15th., The people are making strong,you '
since leaving hire. a cigar smell. Jn the presentcase Berkeley he managed to get out'! his .demands. A total abolition of the GR P "NUTS is that his food contains the natural t Phosphate of Potash obtained from Whea '4 .

the cigar, was probably Ha- paper on schedule ..tIme. In an" editorial -.pres3nt county ur4.a division of ,
To results with '" in the Nature makes (in combination with Albumen of the food) the -t;
get the best your and the smell not he says: he fcobd will cf th 'Washington.county and change and Barley from which
.,yana, was
desserts flavor them with Blue'Ribbon Mining and Scientific\ Press is lockedup i present road law seem to h> the issue '
Lemon or Vanilla. Absolutely pure. ::disagreeable, but can this make any In no safe, confined in .no printing: just, now. It i Is i hard to tell. who will filling of Brain and Nerve centres. 1 ; ;

Goes.twice as ,tar as other kinds and ,:difference in principle?.-:Madras roomit can not be shaken by an ,earthquake ; be the nominee. -gray. : : J .
fives! desserts 'F3a- Mail. 'The Choctawhatchee river is .brim Nerves and vigorous and have achieved the power to .
the "Blue Ribbon _ or consumed .by fire, and gentlemen : : Build, Brain and up strong you .
Tor. our friends there is another lull' to-day from' the rains away upatits J. ,

The March of 8cjenot. something, that is .not destructible by source. It continues to ris'rap "make this life beautiful ,

Science is penetrating.beyond the. physical misfortunate financial ad- :I idly this. vening. ./ swill

versity, and. that, is the spirt: that I' : <
horizon line commonly' held' to limit. gives life to the- printed world." The 'CIVIL SERVICE BOARDS iThere's a Re so.n. Grape-N ,

it. As knowledge advances.the horizon editorial is signed by T. A. Richardand HAVE BEEN CONSOLIDATED :
Household ,1 Q days trial of
line recedes. The in .
progress the paper bears date April .20, two .
ethereal! -physics.has'beenof late BO days The civil service boards.of the custom prove. -
marked that it 'be Berkeley.idej I and postoffice service: have been '
,may'.reaonaNy '
LinensYou believed.. _hold the key which will lowsi consolidated. The personnel is as. fol-,I S :: Get the 1 little book, ''The'Road to Wellville," in pkgs. 'ft'>ft- ;. "

unlock many of the. problems of < -B. B. Clegff. i iPostoffice A. G.' Bag. A' DR.'S .FOOD hours unable to eat r' digest if I cured me and I have prescribed the ,1'' .

are- Invited to come and physical science. All tbe phenomena ley 0.- A: Baie! )'. should eat"Medicine food with good results in many cases." r
see our new machine which we of light, Heat and electricity have Custom-Bruce Weeks at Name given by Postum Co., Battle .
would not relieve me { ;
have recently installed at a their origin in.the: ether.-Memphis B. B-Clegg is the secretary, and any Found a Food That Lifted 'Him out of all. Four years ago I be'gan' the use Creek, Mich.GrapeNuts! ) ,
thousand doUars'whleh does andall, information can be had :News-Scimitar. : of Grape-Nuts and since the first i
nothing but iron lin : him calling at the physicians _
hoqsehold dressing or money food experience of a.-doctor, ex.perimenting I have not had an attack of the old : in place of medicine by many }
ens. "Washday" need not trouble order department window of thepcrsvofficel :: The is worth for stomach or intestinal trouWe 'i
with'himself troable. I take four tablespoonfulsonce
Chi t.n. Diplomacy '
any one now-just send it : lack of nourishment, brain-faj -'
ill to the Star. They do some -things differentlyin a knowing. He says: a day with my supper which is and nervous prostration. The result t,"
I since I have whole wheat"br ;id ,
dyspepsia composed
China. Whin the'.employees: of oldI usually shows Immediate Improrement -,
knowledge from eight years and the Grape-Nuts. '
railroad CONFIRMED! any I and a speedy complete cure. : .
Canton-Hankow announced \
The Star Steam the "The wonderful part of my case Is ... "
know. .
that unless 'their demands ,Capt. Warren, of the Warren Fish II down from stomach to that I have never had'an attack I or Ten days' trial of Grape-Nuts JiJ .
for Brealdasn'"THERE'S received word from Progresso "It worked place of starchy foods works wonders"Ttere's .:
would strike the O.Ir umbilicus of the dreadful symptoms
conceded titey locating'at the even any 4' '
Laundry. were yesterday 'that the sailors! in jail had! intestines a reason.'r j :i-
countrdbydeclaiing that enteritis until six year ago th? since the very first meal of Grape- -
.ricewy A REASON. been released on May 3rd, and are in days- was something Nuts. Most of my patients .tsaw.how Look In pkgs. for the famous 'little l :
37 E- Sarten 8t Phont 111 ill who struck:would b be1eadd. now under the protection" f the American : agony every-few book "The Road to WellviUa.'tHE ,"\ ;
... .. h.vtVall,ed. the floor for suddenly ,and promptly Grape-Nuts ,
Pmtucola PI,. : --Ne1r-YcukHm.lc1.: .consul there- I terrible. I "
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THE CITY. OF JALAPA.An THE THEORY., r ;, J :: H E H H- ., :1E ; H-fiwlRnuiniEiwaE K :nrtiJiSnlEi
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l!Ii;: !;ibtjtMaeohr. Jontnal. Old. Fashioned Mexico.Place, Curtoas! EenIn A, Math.m mortality tician'- 'Proof of Man.of the Ian i1 High Grade Pianos-Do You Want One? 4 ,

l ; .Jalapa means a "place:-of water Dr. Ian Slavonski,' the eminent t' tm

.< DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. and sands." If was an-Indian town Russian mathematician, who died in The pianos we sell are all that a high grade instrument should be Riiii'

: / at the.time of the conquest, and because St. Petersburg in December, 1887,
"i PUBLISHED EVERY 'MORNING' EXCEPT: MONDAY. I of its position on* what for a left, among other curious and valuable -. They meet every requi e! ,that can be made by both player and tjI 4;

...BY... long while was the ,main road be- papers, one entitled "The Atom singer. We invite you to see the'm-come in and try each one until ii
tween Yera Cruz and the- City of ic Theory-A Mathematical Proof
THE; JOURNAL COMPANY. :Mexico it early;became a place of of the Immortality of Man" I, S you have found one that suits your own particular piano taste. It cjon't ii:

importance.: After tbe establishment The learned doctor starts out by matter if you haven't gotthe money-we make it it;
I '. ,. ..of the republic it--was.: :made taking;: the;position that the. whole 4. .4

FRANK i L.: MAYES, President and General, Manager.: the capital of. thg state of Vera universe is' made .lip of atoms and Easy to Buy and Easy to Pay. ii:
Cruz. Between'vthe'years 1720 and that these atoms are not "innumera .

I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. 1777" a great animal 'fair was ,held ble," but it ean'be shown that their $'. .If you don't buy a piano it l is your own fault, not. ours."a;i iI
; -l here for the'sale-of goods, brought number is limited. He further' declares ,
i r. for years by the fleet from; Cadiz. that th cords "in nite" and"innumerable'toe .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.; whence it derive} the,name(pf Jai_ only.used to coyer i Oldest.and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St N

t One year.-.s 00 Ono. Month....... ......... 45 lapa de la Fern, frequently appliedto ignorance, because) it is impossible -' I Music House in Clutter Music House PENSACOLA PhonelS :;2 i
Six Months..,............. 2 BO One Week....!............ 'K* the city in documents of the for our'minds fo form a proper Florida !.t'
Three Months... .. ....... ...t GEO. W..C. CLUTTER, Tree. B. E. CLUTTER, Sec. |l"'iI
; 125 WeekJr Edition year..U-01 .. ,
; per eighteenth century* conception of a vast number of RW InhY. W.D.YMfIE \ ,yYy Wt,yWtXJlMYJ +PIIr .g W inrjr.* *!]r** T...,... **'
<<, "' :The city is/ famous ,throughout units. After making the aboye'and !_"_;;_.. .ufr.f'J.fJ'e-.Hu':8Hn: : J'B'tJf4HctJ; JNUj"' Ii_, :: r.J J"" la fiES+l-. su"UM U.HH'f: ;; /fI'NI: ;: ,' wnR, T=.nH.e'n' a '.Rrn.R.T.zsuJM p, n

\ The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed Mexico for the exceeding beauty of other broad statements he sets iim- -,- --,

its women and of its situation. From self to the ask of.proving that the ,. .1'". ..... _. ..... ,.. .. .. '-'. .. ,., "
Circulation- Statement,. .Can Be Secured. these, its pleasing "characteristics, atoms of the universe are constantly "T"j:_ __. ''.- _.' ...r.w .\ '.,...-. __ .. : _, ..

arise the -saying that Jalapa is apart undergoing changes and that the_

IsI Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers. Sale. on Trains of heaven let down; to earth, time; will come, when all possible

,Government. Phone 38. and' at allNewsStands"* and the proverb, "LasJalapenas son changes, combinations and permutations AM 'VA-N PELT

u __ "'. __ _. 4A_ halaguenas" (bewitching, alluringare will' have been exhausted.
the women of Jalapa). A less Spencer, Helmholz, Thompson, and

PENSACOLlAi FLORIDA WEDNESDAY roaNING, MAY 9, 1906 pleasing characteristic, its frequentdays Many distinguished, living Now Located InLocated
of mist and rain/ at once theca l.i ; and dead, believe and believed )

I se of and a very serious drawback this queer doctrine. Thompson says
Wireless Weather past or future evils; but present evils upon the .enjoyment of its that when 'these changes have been

Bureau Service triumph over philosophy." Want ad- green .loveliness, has given,rise to exhausted .the .universe will be at A NEW "STORE
,Aertising, on the other hand, .is powerless -
: yet another saying in Jalapa. Duringthese rest. When that day comes, the ,
Some time ago The Journal an- ": to .solve t:past or future problems melancholy days the Jalapeno, sun will cease to shine, the planetswill
rounced that it was the intention ot ; but triumphs readily over
muffled in his and
smoking their 'axis-
' scrape stop revolving on ; :
: .'. tfi.9 United States weather bureau to present ones.Apalachicola. dismally mutters, "Ave Maria puri- and all the vast systems of worlds at Mo. 116 N. Palafox StreetDrop

utilize the wireless telegraphy system : is getting more citified sima, pue venga elsolP! (Holy Vir will hang perfectly dead and, life
of the navy department to secure ; The gin, let the sun shine!) l less. But' no. Dr. Slavonski does

.,_ reports of weather conditions at sea; there very JS day.to theeffect, latest that report the price from of The city is a curious, old? fashioned not propose to have a grand finale in and see me when you are out shopping. We

where jarticularly so many in the tropical Gulf Disturbances of Mexico, to shave 15 cents.has been increased from 10 where place everything curious,seems even in odd Mexico to the, "wind game., 'up" .af, that stage-. of the I I I are sure you wilt be pleased with our groceries, our

originate. The value of such a str- 1 1a tourist -with 'narrow, crookedstreets He. declares A that'when these atomic prices and our service. '

( vice to mariners as well as to Gulf /When the Methodist preachers get lined with tile roofed permutations' have'been exhausted .

J coast .cities can hardly be overesti'l through with Birmingham the Magic houses, whose pitched roofs projecttheir nature, will return upon itstracks.

mated and its inauguration City should and a small halo to its eaves so far that they seem to In other words, when the pen -.
greatly to the excellent service of thefcureau. I official municipal device cover the sidewalks like a shed,and L dulum has swung to its utmost limit Phone 231

,' The New Orleans Picayune pending from ,these are spouts to .it. must return again. If all the

of Tuesday contained the following; I { $H if carry the rainfall from the roof to positions of the atoms of the 'universe = ,'. .. '>---
a relative- to the proposed service: *# PLEASED WITH. RECORD # the center'of the roadway.. The city must again repeat themselves :'.. ..'--- --- .-'-' '- --cI'r'----.- ,....... .-'- "' ._.-..--" .. -:"'tfj", .{. ..: -

This is a matter of extreme importance OF CHAS' : B. PARKHILL -: has a perfect drainage system, based Slavonski; argues that there' must ,

a for, although the weather upon and indeed consisting almostentirely come a time when .all nature will missioner from District No. 2, ;*> : ..-
wizards Constantly on informed this southern of what coast is goingon are # Palatka Times-Herald. i? of the facilities 'so lavishly again be in! the track now occupied. Political AnnouncementsRATES. to the action of the Democratp! .

in continental meteorology from i bestowed by nature in the shape of The earth will.again undergo its geographical mary. .
the Pacific coast to the Atlantic, and E ", rain and grade. The streets slope periods, and man will W. J. SENNOTi
from far up in British America to the *gently ,from the sidewalk on eitherside each individual For Justice Peace, (District No. 2. I IJ
Inasmuch as fidelity in tie discharge again appear, being For County Commissioner Dist Nc. ,
coast of our Mediterranean and beyond The rates for political announcements I
they are entirely ignorant of : of duty is rewarded every walk of j to the center of the roadway, precisely the; same individual he is not exceeding .8 lines, to run I hereby announce myself as a' I hereby announce my cand.t. .,;
what goes on daily upon its waters. life, we are of the opinion that the thus practically forming hightroughs now. He will be born of the same till the primary of May 15, are as follows candidate for the office of Justice of I for county commissioner from DM
.. The Gulf of Mexico is a body of j people .of Florida shoulb bestow positions \ or gutters, and all ,dirt or parents, be 'eared under the same : the Peace, District :No. 2 subject to. :No.3, subject to the action of ",
water 1,000 miles long and 800 miles of honor and trust upon thosepUblic refuse matter is immediately washedbeyond ,circumstances that he now lives and The Daily Journal.... ..... ....1 J10.00+ the action of, the Democratic primary I. Democratic primary of May 16.
wine: and storms form upon itssur- servants who have worked diligently the city limits by the rains with those wit lives The Weekly Journal.. .... ... 500 May 15th, and would respect- A. C. BLOUNT, JR.
in' now fully ask> the support of the honorable -
their interests. Hon .
.face or they come' in through the These; rates strictly cash in advance
', are
.Florida and Yucatan passes, or they Chas. B. Parkhlli and James JB. Whit.dield which fall! at least for.a shortjime, and will :final.L7 die, as he will .die ina attd no announcement will be vote of the good citizens of Pen- I hereby announce my canditKr.-.I
have been tried the almost daily throughout the entire few from Mter sacola and Escambiacounty.. for Commissioner ,
t cross. over. the Cordilleras Mountains on supreme years now. another Inserted or run under any other con County from
1'i from the Pacific, and they ara often bench and have performed the exactIng year. This accounts for the scrupulously witold'age of cyclic changes ditions. Very respectfully. 'J. L. ,BELL. trict No. 3, subject to the action .. !
i | liot heard of,until they strike the.land duties devolving upon them in a clean appearance of? the city, ,he will: "live, again': just as in'his the Democratic Primary of May :
as they did at Johnson's Bayou, or manner citizens.pleasing These to a majority of our which impresses those'who have visited former live This is immortality. For the State Senate. / I hereby announce my candidacy W. A. SHELB>
= at Grand Isle at Galveston gentlemen now seek
re. on the,;coast or .then or after else- to succeed rthemselyes."on> the bent .other Mexican cities not.. ,so, advantageously .. .-. John S. Beard a candidate for the for the;, office of Justice of the Peace For County Commissioner Dist No. 4.
ii ii'h y have wrought more or only less dam and we.trust that Success will crown located in .respeCt ,to aAW'u.dy! : Knowledge."Papa nomination to the State Senate in the for the Second District of EscamWa -thereby --announce myself a ca.
their' laudable efforts. drainage as Jalapa. So abrupt is why tjj an old saw+note Democratic primary called to be teld County; subject to the Democratic date for re-election as county imissiooer .
"i If every ship .navigating our South Chas. B. Parkhill ig .a native 'Floridian the descent of the streets down th the saw you saw'with, but the kind May 15th, together with other speakers Primary to be held May 15th, 1906.. from District No.4, s
will address the people of Es- R. L. :NICHELSEN.I ject to the action of the Democrat.Primary .
.ern.Sea were fitted with apparatus ,. was educated in the schools of side of the hill that-'no'" is this about?"
attempt paper speaks
cambia the is of
I wireless the state and in county upon political May 15.
IJr would send telegraph reports communication to the weather, and to the bar in 1882 Virginia, and soon, was took admitted high made to use carts or carriages for "What old, saw does the paper. sues ot the flay at the following hereby an ounce myself a candidate J. A. WIGGINS.
of speak about Y'"That's times and places: for tjje office! of Justice of the
Office here, a grand addition would be rank in the legal profession in Escam- transportation; goods or persons. 9 I
made not only, to the completeness, bia. He represented that county I in A tramway which provides a means what I want to know. It Mlllriew Thursday night May 3. Peace for "District No. 2, subject to I hereby announce myself as a ro.;
t I- hut the immense the 'stat# senate In of McDavid, Friday night, May 4.Nix's the action of the Democratic Primary didate'for county commissioner fr II
to valus of our system the sessions of transportation to Coatepec runsthrough says, 'Everybody has heard the old
of 1889 and Precinct, Tuesday night, May May 15th. District :No. 4, subject to the action It
I weather'observation ,
'and fore subsequently served his a portion1) the/main: ,.thor saws "Never look a gift horse in the I J. D. GOSS. the Democratic Primary May 15.
1 t ", of casts.extreme This importance public weather, and the service money la 1897 when in he various was appointed capacities solicitor until oughfare and is the"only wheeled vehicle mouth.:" Tyrant to know where ,8th.Beulah, Thursday night May 10. H. C. CLOPTO.V.

1 which the government spends o/ it is for the criminal court of record of to be found within the city limits the saw comes in." Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday I am a candidate for Justice of the
not lost, but brings in interest Es c In 1900 be was .elected to and even this requires six'mules "Well, thert's! your' old saw. An night, May 11. Peace in the Democratic primary to The friends of W. 'P. Brown

1 through the protection and warningsit that office, but four years later resigned to haul it up the steep grades from old saw is an old proverb.." i t.Pine Barren, Saturday. night, May be 2. Escambia held May County 15th, 1906.Florida.District Any No. for hereby the announce office of County him as Comm a candid:
fend it gives agriculture.it gives both to commerce to become Judge of the '"First the railroad station 'to the hotels. "Why shou1 t 'you look a. gift'horse assistance; will be apreciated from er from District. No. 4, subject to a
t he Judicial ,Circuit The following year All merchandise is carried from one in the mouth P""Becausebecause For the Legislature the Democratic voters. JI action of the Democratic Primary if f
was called ,
; .. Captain .Richmond Pearson Hobson fill the vacancy to caused the supreme by the bench resIgnatIon to part of the city to another by carga- it's in bid GEO. J. SLOCUMB. I May 15th 1906.

t and, Governor. Hoch have fully demonstrated of Judge Carter. Mr. Parkhill has ores and pack mules, which latter taste. It's ungrateful and all that I am shown lower house in the state legislaturefrom '" I For County Commissioner, Dist No 1,
careful application, fairnessand are utilized extensively and almost sort of thing
that the art of
41 : kissing a Eecambia county in the Democratic I heresy announce myself a candi I
valuable political asset conscientious' discharge of his to the exclusion of the burro and the "All what sort of thing?" primary of May 15, and will appreciate date for re-election to the office 'oi I I hereby announce my candidacy :
duty his re-election the of "'"
to office
;and services have been county <
of the horse. to look horse in 'the
a the
support of all Democrats. Tax Collector for Escambia county: ,
highest order: ,As an orator missioner from District No. 5, sub!>. t
I he has few peers. and jureist A walk through the streets of the mouth that has been given to you CHAS. M. OOSTON.I at the primary to be held on May 15, to the action of the Democratic ;i'iv
, The Importance J. B. mitfield has resided In Flor city is repaid by' many interestingsights. shows that-it shows that you are 906. I. solicit your vote mary of May 15.

of Wants Ads ida all his life, and may be truthfully The lavanderas, or washerwomen not thinking of the giver, but of thee am a candidate for representative .- Respectfully J., S. ROBERTS. J. R. STEWARD
, termed a self made man. He started pursue their vocation in th value of the gift." in, the lower house of the state .
; Probably ten of the thousands or with little of'this world's l legislature! subject to the action of Board Public Instruction
f goods, and public streets at large basins or "What would anybody want ton the Democratic At the solicitatio of friends, I hereby -
'f :' reople who read the want ads. to-day to what him success by hard he has attained has come troughs, which,have been placed i look a horse in the mouth for?" and I will appreciate primary the support May 15.of announce -myself a candidate for I hereby announce myself a c.; !.
would be able, ready and eager to merit. 'His public work and sheer forceof all parts of the city ior their accom "to tell how old it is." all. democrats. the office of Tax Collector subject to I date for member of the school o" i jI
buy that house of yours. And most career began in modation. The After J. E. LONG.I the action of the Democratic PrimaryMay I from! District No. 3, subject to th i"
v" 1888 when .he' was elected judge of churches are open ( a pause.) "Papa, can you
t likely not one of these ten people wilt Leon county,but he all through the day and tell how old is 15. 1906. tion of the Democratic priman A
)resigned shortly f at all hours a saw by looking at NEILS McKENZIE OERTING. May 15.
aver know you have anything to sell terwards in'order.to .accept the office worshipers may be found.-"Modern its teeth?" hereby announce myself as a W. B. HUBBAilD
i i t unless you advertise of cleric.of the supreme court which Mexico." candidate for the lower house of the For County Treasurer.
poaitionTie filled"most Florida legislature, subject to the action
acceptably until Coincidences.The I will be a candidate in the democratic I will be a candidate for men.i
f \
.To really "make the break" and 1897. In that year he was of the Democratic primary on
appointed primary of May 15 for re- bur ship in the Board of Public In-t '
< Why the.bread'Came Back. late 'lord Acton for 15th. : nom I u
state GEO. T. MORGAN.
look for better and many May
a job requires little served in that .
a capacity ,
A who nation -to the offlca county tress tion from District No. 1, in ih '
been ,1
until 1903 boy in record of coincidences. .
when working kept
i nerve-and a little adv. he was madeattorney a years a ''er. The supportof all democrats. will mary election.
, general of Florida. He resigned baker shop for some, time, was jusl A very strange one occurred in his I hereby announce myself a candidate be appreciated. WM. E. ANDERSON
t A 'Want ad. acts as your proxy in this office upon &being tendereda about to finish, his trade: lOne nightwhen own experience. A rumor spread for representative m :he lower : J.> ED. WILLIAMS. I
- the market-placa. place on the supreme court bench. the boss was good he broke that his wife had drowned herself: house of the state legislature! subJect I will be a candidate for me? r-
Mr. Whitfield has been faithful to the marble slab he molded his loaveson She had done nothing of the kind to the action of tue Democratic i I hereby announce myself a 'candidate ship in the Board of Public 1 In
i" On,any reasonable quest-at any every trust reposed in him, and his so he went to th primary of May 15. for the 'office of: County Treasurer tion from District No.2, in th. :.-
services have marble yard but it true that Baroness
' been marked by indus was quite a M. 0| BAGGBTT.
the action of the
i" reasonable task-a subject to Democratic mary election.
'want ad. !
wi 1: try and to. anotherbut could
-a high.order of ability. not Acton had drowned herself at Ta-ga
-< _Primary., H. G. DeSIIX \
rI t usuaHy "make good: Messrs.Parkhill and Whitfield find one, says'Lippincott's bra gernsee, where Lord and Lady. Acton To the Democratic Voters of Escam- THOS.. F. WRIGHTON. !ii i

1 V "A"man must keep his mouth openI' measure demanded up of'fully'supreme to the high standard zine. On his .way,back-he passed a were staying, and had drowned bra County: I I will be a candidate for rnl' r r- ;
court judges: graveyard, and 'as it was.very dark herself .under their window. At the request of many friendfrom st I hereby m'self a candidate ship In the Board of Public Inst,: ''J'I, !
a long time before a roast will 1 and. we bespeak for them
the cordialsupport he jumped overJ&nd' pulled, The the country and from the city I for the office cf County Treasurer from District No.3, in the pr: -r: i
of a of all coincidences
Into it our people In the up strangest
fly says a Danish proverb approach !
hereby announce my candidacy ior of Esc mbla ounty. subject to the election. :
And 'a man, nowadays, stands the ing, primary. small headstone about the right sand i re noted by Lord Acton concerned Sir, Representative in the legislature at action, of the. Democratic primary of W. M. : !

t aam.9 'chance of "getting things" without took it back and finished his Edmund Berry Godfrey, who was the session 1907, subject to the action May 13, and respectfully solicit the! AGERT'I I
'1 ; advertising as the seeker of roast Tight -Corseti. job. The next day- after the read murdered at the. bottom of what is of the Democratic primary, May 15th,, support of all voters. !
pigeon In the proverb.. It you wear immoderately-tight co r- had been delivered..nearlyall. of it now Primrose hill, but was, then 1906, and I earnestly solicit the sup JOHN'' G. WELSH
eeta"' continuously .as a girl (it will d o was sent back. The baker looked at mown as Greenberry hill, in Lon- iJo'rt of the Democracy of Escambla'county. 'i' For County Commissioner Dist. No. 1. Pensacola Si.# Andrews ani [
'Too little and you all manner of harm then and lateron. it and broke loaves j I
too much t bu don. Three
spoileverything" for
open, men were hanged I
It Incase in I favor liberal pensions for Confed-j The friends of C: F;"Zeek announcet '
you body
a tight Gulf
-or would do if it found nothing Then he the Steamship Co.
so were abnormality of steel and whalebone wrong. happened : murder. Their names Tespecthely = rate soldiers and their widows. i t! him as a candidate for county commissioner -
not for want ads., which enable us to compressing vital organs in an nnylelIng to turn one of the loaves over were Green, Berry and Hill Uniform school terms, giving the i' from: District_No. '1, subject
regulate our surpluses and deficits. grip,there is:a resulting sense of d'and found on the updersjde: of every 'country public schools the same s to the action .ot-,the Democratic. prl- STEAMER TARPON. ,
loaf the inscription "Heresies the A Word of Cheer. length term as the city schools. I j i mary of May 15..
Sometimes few lines constriction most irksome. It affects school book ... W. G. BARROW Master
a of type can A uniform law, and !
body of Mrs: --. Born A. D Some little
your appetite; interferes with : boys were running a
free. books for the pupils of all public I
cell hereby
it when a dozen salesmen could announce. my candidacy FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER &> i
.: not comfortably digesting what you do 168diedA.D.,1740.. race, and all felt sure that Tommy, schools.. for County. Commissioner from lj1: a- FREIGHT SERVICE
eat; it presents the normal workings of, t7ge boy in the lead, would win,'aa i.he An efficient law for the equalization trict No 1, subject; to the action of
"He that makes one basket can the jiver' and intestinal tract, and altogether t. f Stnngthotthe Ant. was the fastest runner. Those looking $ taxes. the primay. of May 16th. -Jj w""n-
,. ', make a hundred." And if you have :,, the.pleasure you get out of a If a man had the strength of the4 on began- to.cheer the different Good roads specially.) J. ,B. ROBERTS PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALCH1
'7earor'two with a small waist Is not ant he could lift 600times his Yours respectfully, 'COLA. CARRABELL ST. AN-
had own boys and fell be ,
one want ad. Tommy gradually For
} success you cant" sufficient to overcome the discomfort.'Baad.sel. M. JACOBY. County Cpmmjss.loner Dist No. 3.
have weight. Thus if the standard weightof hind until he last
a hundred, too, on the same was the one to I hereby announce my candidacy for
principle. man were 150 'potihdahe'co;: n Id reach the goal His friends gathered .. reeleetioa4pjhefijce.of( And all'points on St. Andrews Biy,
I candidate ror member of the county commissioner -
am a .
lift without Carrabslle and Apafaehicoia.SCHEDULE
Bandages of prepared gauze are too1nexpensIY& undue exertion 750,0X( around, inquiring why this was House of Representatives from E o from District No. 3, subject
1 v Of then xt six men, who pass you : for you to waste much pounds. Think; how such a con di-. and TommY1.; ping the tears from cambia county subject to the Democratic to the actio>i-4f l1e.Democratic Primary .

on the street, one has some money to.invest time over making' your, own, but if J tioIt'"would affect'-the labor problemor his dirty little face, replied, 'To ai Primary. I earnestly solicit 'of May.!" 15. Leave Penwcoia Sunday, 1s4; ta.

r f' ., -one is looking for another your:: medicine closet has'no bandagesamong how it would express: itself in 1 yelled, Gait, John! 'Go it,.:Jimmy toe'wpport of the voters 'of the cou I. J. Si. ANDREWS. ., for Mobile, Ala.
i '- -(lace to live, and one is anxious to Its stores make up a few strips prowess of 'peace"and' :wars beyonthe < !P but there was not a one y lled.'Go ty JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. I hereby announce Leave Penaacol, Tuesday, 8.30 p.
y of old sheet into bandages, my candidacy St Andrews Millviile, A;;:*
. an rollingth@mis for
wildest dreams V ,
And if ordinary m.,
secure a better job. Naturally these : an it, Tommyand somehow I jUt t Tax for county commissioner from Dlstrlc :
and furnishing For County Assessor licnicola Cambelle and internet
,as you can ,
-;.. throe men are reading the wants now each' small man 'WassoH trong.how marvelously could not run 'at all." A word ql f ,No, 2; subject. to the action of points,
a. strong safety more able 'wou1d I will be. a candidate for renomination the primary of May. .15th. '
{ : days. Have you anything to say to pin Before you've a chance to replenish be a San cheer frequently makes the.,difference ? : to the office of County Tax Assessor : : :. JOHN'A. MERR1TT. For additional Information apt'!j U
them? dow of that race, of Samsons! between and failure. J. R. SAU-D :'3.
, medicine.closet a bandage success -
, your. in the Democratic Primary of May Prillde
__ .. ;may,be needed in:. s_hurry. '- 15., .I respectfully ask. your support I hereby auncunca-niy candidacy for a E.Gen.COBB.Frt and Pass.Peaiacol dl ..
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. triumphs easily .over Read" The Journal's"Want, .Columns. Read The Journal's Want Column. '; Wf,W. RICHARDS. re-election to ,the:,office! :;of county.com. *.. Via.
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MRS. WIL'LIE MORGAN Vie JournaPsDarly Fashion Feature. r

ENTERTAINS V r Willie L.FLINCH<:Morgan,CLUB.Jr., enter F ,

tII'; ,inert'! the New City Ladles very 20 Per Gent Discount on all Footwear and Hosiery

"(\pusantiy last evening at ner at.tra.e- !-j. ." j 'c t '
:;vi- home on Fourteenth: streetsonP
Twelfth avenue.

There fa* was tams a very way good gre.tly'enJoY attendance d. ., ',' As an appreciation of the most liberal patronage that has been accorded us since we have opened our ;,. : 1 '! .

The rid special visitors were Mrs. Wiley store, we are going to'give a 20. PEfl CENT DISCOUNT on all FOOTWEAR AND HOSIERY six days, Right ti ltt

,M,'David Duncan and her sister Miss Mayme' .. .".. _.....".n ., in the heart of the season, at-a time when you really need the goods; we give you1 this discount with our VERY : t} ',

WilliS ... t_ BEST COMPLIMENTS, assuring you we shall ever maintain QUALITY as our standard and shall continue strive. !1S:' i '

YHA AFTERNOON' EUCHRE. 'j __ __ __ __ *- ,. ;, .
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Mrs. Alfred Moog enertained Ow I .t,i' : .i "
Married"B-adles.:Afternoon' at her.resi. p 1 1:

once Mss yesterday.DniUla Shulman von the first SALE STARTS THURSDAY, MAY 10th ; ;: ::1'i "

Tdze for Mrs.*Sol Cahn, a cut glass And continues throught Wednesday, May 16th, making the six days. This is an opportunity to obtain HIGH r "i; '1 _. ;
:Mrs. I. Hirschman won the f
luij"',aril a silver sugar tongs and Miss GRADE SEASONABLE FOOTWEAR _seldom offered and at a SAVING that MEANS MUCH. ALL GOODS : \ :,-:.

Aii-ta Rousenau.of Lot. :-vUle.-Ky.. won MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. .
hat '4'l 'nr guest prize a lovely pin- 0

which is about the "scoreth" which ( .. ,
winning lady has recently, \
added to her;collection. | : :,
This Is the last euchre of the.sason ,. ,
: and for the warm months' the 57.00 Shoes all kinds and styles $3.50 Shoes all kinds and stYles' $1.50 Shoes all kinds and styles e J} ;a

tub. as usual will devote itself to .y 20 per cent. off. : .. ? .. ? .$5.60 20 per cent.i off $2.80 20 per cent. off. .. .. .. .$1.20 ; : \ ?i. -f '.
coating, bathing and a jolly vacation $6.50 Shoes all kinds and styles : 1.> 1 .
generally. I 20 per cent off. . ? .. .5.20 3.00 Shoes all I kinds and styles I $1.25 Shoes all ktods and styles t.f ;" : '

H\\ \ $6.00 Shoes all kinds and styles: 20 per cent off. .. .. ? .. .$2.40 20 per cent off.. ... ? .. ? ..$1.00 ;i 'l'. ::;. '.

MJSS NJCEfcY WRITES FROM 20 per cent Off. . ? .S4.SO $2.50 Shoes all kinds and styles y'
': : $1.00 Shoes all kinds and styles i .
SANTA PAULA: TOPEKBACOLA $5.50 Shoes all kinds and styles 20 cent off .. .. .. .. .$2.00 I
per .
FRIEND.'' 20 per cent. off.. .. .. .. .. 89 ; ,
I 20.per .cent. .off? ? .. -f,. .. .14.40 ... "I' .., I.
Miss '!Lera Nitely of Santa Paula, F v :; : c: $2.00 Shoes all kinds and styles 75 Shoes all! kinds and styles
Cat. has written a letter dated April $5.00 Shoes al|L kinds and .styles 20 cent off. .. ... . .$1.6 0 | 4 : '
per .. ...
'j. 20 per cent off. . .$4.00 20 per cent off 60 ,
Hattie Hendrix
,0, to Miss of Pensa- I
'cola, and as Miss Nicely and her I $4.00 Shoes all1'klnd and styles $1.75 Shoes all kinds .and styles 50 Shoes all kinds and styles -.i'f! 'f 'r

Irother ln>'San'.Francisco have a'number .' 20 per cent. off. .... .. ... .$3fO. 20 per cent. off. .. .. .. .. .$1.40 20 per cent off. .. .. .... 40 l .' :
of friends here the following ex I : :1; ;

tract fioater.]letter will be read with j HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY! .

.Interest."VQe hare- hardly thought of anything FOR LADIES, MEN, BOYS AND CHILD RCN. t(j"

else Tratiibeawful disaster tne 'w47H $2.00 Hosiery all kinds and styles 75 Hoisery all kinds and styles S"( j i'< ,/' ,

terrible eaihqtiake and fire that destroyed ; I 20 per cent. off. ? . .$1.60 $1.25 Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 per cent off. .. .. 60 SfTf;: ,,.
San Francisco. $1.75'"Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 per cent. off . . .$1.00 50 Hosiery all kinds and styles :.} .;
"We were dreadfully anxious about .20'per cent. off. . . .$1.40 $1.CO Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 per cent. off. . 40 ,t r .
my brother for almost a week after it $1.50 Hosiery all I kinds and styles 20 per cent. off. .. .. .. 80 25 Hosiery all kinds and styles : ,< i-, "'

happened, but finally received a tela- 20 per cent. off.. .. .. .. .. .$1.20'. 20 per cent off. ? ? .. .. .. 20 ,,:f.if : ?
gram saying they were safe and : l
tound. It's a Six Day's Sale and the 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Is with our compliments. 'THURSDAY, MAY I Oth, starts :1._ r,: .
He wag married on Easter Sunday
the sale. WEDNESDAY MAY 16th closes the sale. ENOUGH SAID. .
end left San Francisco on a little t. ;
trip and got.feaek two days later (

Just In time to be in that awfur J. ,
calamity Me wrote us a long letter
.end; said that no words could rescrlbe
the horror of it. That the papers did THAT. COMFORTABLE KIMONO.f MEYER SHOE COMPANY "t ,
not tell the half of it.
(As the warm days creep upon us I bands o? a.pale blue' shade. Three
"They lost eveything they had-all:
I wide shirrings simulated a yoke in. ,
their nice wedding clothes and the we feel the need of a kimono or dressing .
presents that given them. gown of lighter weight than that i the front and gave the necessary fullj Folks 102' PALFOX ,,
were j ness over the bust line while the Feet Furnishers for SOUTH STREET. ; 'I
"They tramped1' the city for tw ;
of eiderdown some like material.!
back cut with centre back
Gays with nothing to eat but bread silks, the j was the plain a full, .. ._, _A -. -. ,- ., ,.. .. ...-.,._..----. .. ,..* .... '......;- ....."..- -.--- > : '
Light-colored wash or even and sleeves amply > -- ''''
'end but seam :': .4 '., __ 1!> .O"c'_ _.. m W.alj...... ,- .' .. '
ray tea to th-eir finally brotherinlaw's."But escaped across. the cheaper but quite as dainty lawns,are' were finished with a fold of blue, turned ;--,-.-- ---..''',..---.--.-. 'P -,.. -. -- .-._,-'_ ___A : tff. \ -"""" ,

they did not fare nearly as admirable for this purpose. White j back softly over the sleeve, and the .. tF ." "
China silk was used in the ori'sinal' of neck banding was appl'ed: : and:turned i
badly has as did thousands back of others. the picture the neck and sleeve i j' in. the same manner. tage. recently:; to
Oney already gone workas I Mrs. Diaz: 411 North Palafox. Mr. meaa
his employers have opened a tem- and Mrs. Fisher will occupy the Diaz ; ,

rporary office and the company did busy getting clothing and provisions ter: family and many friends trust cottage during the summer while (OFFICE) : BUILDINGCHAS. '
rot allow him to lose any salary at ready for the needy. she will now steadily recover the building their own residence in New

all again., BO that thy will soon hs alright "However, I think'things will soon best of health. City. :: J I !L Distinctive i ; .
fce jogging along us usual since so ,. o.
But thousands of people are liv very much has ben sent the stricken Mrs. A. E. fcelius will entertain the H. TURNER HAS CON ,
ing in the streets/ and are feaT! by city. :Mrs. E. ..N. Brown of (Mexico, whois Excelsior Flinch this afternoon 'com :.
charity while many others have fled visiting her sister Mrs. Thomas V. plimentary to her, sister Mrs. Reed TRACT, WITH: EXCEPTION OF r" N
to the southern part of the state "I have been wanting to go on some Hannah, is the wife of one of the !who leaves this, week to visa her f'lit /f&c3 fit
T! have not ''been anywhere lately picnics, the weather is so pleasant most prominent Americans in Mexi daughter in Buffalo for. a short lime PART WHICH INCLUDES
and so can not tell of any good times und the hills and canyons so green co. Mr. Brown is president of four her resilience permanently '
No merry-makings of any kind have and pretty. Yesterday Vlrgie, Miss large railroads and is extensively .engaged before taking in :P r up nsacola. ,iFRAMEWORK.Chas. : \ : I i '
taken place since the disaster inSan Knapp end myself 'walked to town in mining. Mrs. Brown who la Wa'lOst" '

?ranoisc i. People have been too (thre.5 miles), and I got our dinner. accompanied by her children and Miss Kimbrough, who arrived ser H. Turner who has the con-i Af'rE
Then with some iore friena's(' We took enjoyed a maid, wiji be the guest of Mrs. Hannah erals days ago from Columbus Ga., tract for the big Blount office buildIng -; N "': & :::
walk up one of the'canyons. for only a week or ten days which includes
ill 'that portion :
but pretty on a visit to her brother, is very except '"
it immensely got at the residence of Mr. and Mrs the erection of The steel l and N N .
tired, especially myself as I am so not Mr. W. K. Robinson left Monday George Turner. Mr. Kimbrough's concrete frames, expects to begin j I N N :
accustomed to such long walks, we right for Jacksonville '
to attend the arrived and occupying work soon as the first story
family have they are ,Just as. j I
decided to,take the train home. embalmers convention and will makea the R. A. Hyer residence corner of the framework has been completes :
"I don't know whatever mad us business trip to Roanoke, Va., before be within the
BayJen and Strong. which will probably ) Styles
HONEY take such a tramp, for we have plenty returning. F1' ,
I next thirty days.
of horses and buggies. I enjoyedit I I !!
Turner's contract calls for the! ,
ilr. E. H. Turner, Sr., who has been Mr.
very much but don't think I want Mr. E. V. Zeeth of Philadelphia, Pa., suffering for several months from completion of this building by Febru-1 . 10ru .
to go quite so far next time. leaves to-day after a brief visit with 'which be !
; asthma, but was getting along nicely aty 1, next will exceptionally '
BUS"Virgie last week and :I took We had.the lots school of cen-fun Pensacola friends. for a week or two, has.not been sowell quick,work when the size; and! m such. as, we .show,. will lift your ideas above I'. :"
for the 'last few days to thegreat character' of the building is contem- "
driving around and talking to the Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fisher who the ordinary., There is a characteristic air '
in the regret pf his many friends. But piated. i N : ru
'Spanish people some of them couldn't had I have ben pleasantly located at Miss'l'ay1or's they hope to sea :Mr. Turner1 improve' The foundations for the building about every one of our Waists that appeals to .
talk English so Virgie a since their ro 0ni ."
any marriage, will go complete' and it is expected -! ; ,
right along with the weather. are now
Waist that's
good chance,to practice her Spanish.. to housekeeping to-morrow in the cot- I A that the frame will begin to go up'| fU every lady who wants a N :

Mrs. George Howe is dangerously tery rapidly. Our
111 at her,residence, and many earnest, i m
party-of people spent Sunday prayers are ascending that she maybe ,I Do You Love ; .
in the vicinityof young Ft. Barrancasand spared to her devoted family. your baby Yon wonder why he cries.I ru Royal Waists : :
the Light House eating their "The Best is What We Sell" Buy. bottle of White's Cream Vermi-i ,
Mrs. Louis Friedman and Mrs. Mar fuge and he will never cry. Most babies r
the shade of the pines.
lunch in Klien entertained a party of friends have worms, and the mothers!
2 lbs for then They Ft.inspected Barrancas old amt Ft. then San Carlos went actoss:the bay Sunday. \ don't know' it. White's Cream Vermi-1, SIIS are perfectly made, perfect fitting. They give .t "

back to old Ft. Redout taking snap. fuge rids the child of worms and; the wearer that satisfactory feeling that they ':' ,
Miss Shulman was the fortunate s'stem
Pin cleans. out .its. in a pleasant:
shots of many interesting scenes Money.Pickles r of the euchre at the dressed as with whom they ,
winner prize areas
should any
Including the national cemetery, as, way: Every mother keep a; neatly N '
souvenirs. Progress Club. It is a handsome bottle of this medicine in the house.' may come in contact. Why not buy a Royal ? .
'In the party were Miss Nevada an-1 I brass jardinier.! With it, fear need never enter her JU N !'
25 cents. I They are as reasonable as the shoddy kind.
all .
: Miss Alice Grove; 'Miss.Clyde HQ'VeJ.\\ REMEMBER' BLUE RIBBON VAMLIL'A mind. .Price 25c. Sold by drug N 1U .: :

Sir. Vincent Neciul. .and! .Mr. I I III : Etract is absolutely' pure and gists. N Price, 1.25 to 9.0O. ruru J : -

Hovey. I I so'" highly concentrated that you get N {
perfect results by. using only a small '

This is some of the AMONG Thoreau MENTAL says: "When"WISEACRES.I came to. I II The celebrated pin money I :TRY quantity.: BCSSO'S CREAM PHONE 1326., WATSON PARKER & REESE CO

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finest, clearest honeywe quired bricks to be being cleaned secondhand're. with a trowel-, Kidd, of Richmond, Virginia Another Factory ''For Atlanta. j Successors to Green & Watson. N. .: .

have so tint learned more than usual of I and are the finest thing In the !i The J. K. Orr Shoe Co., of Atlanta I $ 33''and' 35 South ". I
ever seen. the quality of bricks and trowels way of pickles you can get. will build a new factory 'for the exclusive DINNER eaaaaaeaaaaam
r'he.'mortar on them Was fifty years; I manufacture of men's shoes. .
It will be delicious old and was said to,.be. still growing We have them in I Work on it will'begin in 'a few weeks.It 'Save s.time going: home aaaaa2aiaeaaa 1 E i
harder; but this is one. of those say is expected to be turning out a
served with your ing which'men love to' repeat whether Glass Jarsat thousand pairs ,a day toy October. these hot. days and hero -- ; ,
they are true or not.Such sayings ; I President Orr, who is one of the most you will get a
breakfast. biscuit. themselves grow harder and adhere) progressive citizens of Georgia, is outspoken .OLOC S

more firmly with ige* and it would' for home industdies and be- SPLENDID" DINNERIn i A good 8 day.Parlor1 Clock,. ,. .... .. . .. .. ... ... '.. .. ...$5.00 ;/' ,
blows with
take many a' trowel to -In a' few the -
I 15c lieves stronglyttbat years A good 8-dayT Parlor 'Clock, with alarm *3-00 :
:' clean an old wiseacre of them 'shoes that are worn in the south wilt a .room that is kept 8-day }fission,Clocks; ':.75 tq.,...... ... ... ... .. ... ... .. ...$5.00 t''
And the j-oung'.wlseacres, in turn,t ,
be: :made in the cities of the south! ,, at reasonable .prices. ;
lave been chipping mortar off We have also a supply of this Here's success to Atlanta's latest en! cool by half dozen big Repairing.
J F. DAVIS JEWELER at Coe'a Book Store ;
Thore:,u's bricks ever since. season's Honey and it 'is ,sweet terprise. II electric- fans. Thirty-five '< .
-4-' .. cents
honey'too .. ;-, ,- 124c
Mrs D. C. Aahley,: mato and two .' I '
I children, of Valdosta! ;Ga..,. are guestsof li 1i I II I '" If You Don't' I. Our fine ice creams and ...
Sol Cahn & Co first time' Herbine
Mrs. C; W. Lamar for two or three !i I succeed the use sodas! will cool you off. .r
Instant relief. The .
and: you will get -
Baseball Goods.
weeks. I i :
i greatest liver regnlartor.: A positive i

The Pure Food Store, Mrs. W. L. THtpch,.Jr.* who went I cure for Constipation and Dyspepsia Malaria .lijra 'Is everything for the baseball players from ball to: ;- .
tc; visit her parents Jn': Alabama has ROSEN AU &GERELDS. Chills all liver complaints writes: I uniform.. Balls .from 5 cents to $1.:G; Bate 10 to 75 '. v
there for.a' week but not se Mr. Cof Emoryr Texas : 'Kitchen Cafe.r r Musks Cents to 52.75 Fielders Gloves 25 cents '
Southwest Corner Pilafax and Intendencii l teen ill has been using Herbine for an. cents;. ,25 ;
riously. It'Is; expected she, 'will be "My /t>' $?.S0'r( "Catcher's Mils 25 cents to $5.00.\ !
The Fancy Grocers, herself and children for five years. It .
Phones i28 able to return, isa sure cure for constipation and 04 SPajafox; Phone 999 Coe'-s+ Bookstore.. ,
: who has malaria fover which is substantiatedby ,r' .. .
WltUcn, Sr.,
W. U Phone 391. Pen. co'a. Street. Penaieol
Mrs. Phono 23$. 213 South
: ,what it has done for my .
I in unsatisfactory health! for several family."I'S'91d i
ben months, is i much .improved and ...... by all druggists. I ,


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I: Every Advertt eme t : in These /umnssRead, by I I't

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t t 1 I II A 4-Rodm House ]Renting t I, I For 5E8ln bRiE r---- .

"An Ounce of Prevention is Wortha Pound o! Cure." REAL ESTATE MARKET
P r'Year. "
For $84
,-' : 8 room hous and store, No. 700 E.

: < Wright St.., --. .... .. ; .. .$1300
+ Beautiful corner -lot-, corner Zarragossa. SPECIAL OFFERINGS
For $60OJQO( ;; : .andJ Florida Blanca .Sas-$850 :

: Watch Your Neighbors I f Lots:i 13,,to ". ;:-inclusive, 'of block Lot' "77x170,. close in W.' Intenden- ...OF... 'I

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tla.. .. : : !' $6500
This'will pay 15 per et. : 57, Belmont tract, must be sold at 5,Jots.. cornersj'ackson'and 16th 'ave
ie..ii..v' ... ; ./;. .... ..'.'.'. .' ..$2000n'.rbbfflfi ( HOOTON & WATSON.
: .. Gradually risn'g in the world, and then ascertain how near Confederate -
once.We. 'story"residence,
they are doing it: In nine cases out of ten you will find LESLIE E. ,BROOKS will move in a few days to the- monument, all' conveniences

.. '.: .'.' it -. ... .. .o' $3150 N LeadinRC al 1 Est te, Rental and Insurance Agency
they have purchased their own little homes. 'often on 1 i corner of DeLuna and,, Government
Phone.462 Fiser4BuIIdinq: Elegant home, large :lot ort, East .,
0. easy terms while their enterprising neighbor, is still I I .; .. .?5500
J streets.-.. "What's gOOd enough for. BiIlt..1. .i-f > $J12.500.00 buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms near
paying rent I[ 6"rooDl cottage, East Jackson Union Depot. A fine investment.

others is. good enough'jor us." Our. street . .'. .'. . .$1500 J $2,500.00.-Oie 'of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lOt, I
.A word to the wise is sufficient. Those who do not HOMES FOR SALESummer 4 room cottage, E. LaRua, bar- each 4Qx137% feel

i l present office will then be for rent gain. .. '. .. ... . .$1050 3,800.00r-25 desirable lots North Palafox. This is
\ already, own their own home should see our list-there's very on offered
and 3 lots
of'sii 2 cottaes at Fisherville for
cottage rooms near ,' short time only.
one on it for jrou. We'll be glad.. to see you in our car line on Little Bayou.v .;.'.$UOQ: r'.. for all ...,, % . .. ,$1700 $6,300.0o-Large 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.

office, or write us for information. Five room cottage with bath; N. If you want to borrow money on $$2,500.00 ,room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet.

Hayne, ,St. near depot.. ... ,..$1800 real estate security, we can let you $3,350.0\J-Nce\ : roomy dwelling, with lafse; lot, stables and out housesin
Beautiful room 2 story housenew have It at 7 and 8 per cent interest. j;I excellent location on DeVilliers St.

I and modern E. 'Cervantes..53000_ HcDavid-Hyer Company, List your property with us for sale.I 5,000.Oo-T\Vo dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.

I FOR RENT.' Agents New York L.: 'S.: BROWN &'\ CO. Barcelo 1 ', Sh

Pensacola Investment Company Five room cottage, 519 E. Gregory Life Insurance Company.S PHONE No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L,"

hear E. R. shops.. .. *,. .,.. .. .58.00 E. Government Street .
.'We;Sell Lots." Thiesen Building.,
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. I
C. R. YAEGER Phone 7CO. Pensacola,' Fla. I

.. W. B. KNOWLZS, msldent R. B.SIMPSON, SeCJ' tar,. "

J.L SmLMJtN, V..Fres. ani Gen. Muujer. KNOkllS HYM, Treasurer. No. 202 Theisen SId;. Phone,686. Board and Rooms.nrrrjJJwuwn ..... ,.... IF" --.- --. ,

WantedS _nJnJwtflnnumsnuWLARGE -
Kael Estate, Loans, General Investments. I :
HELP WANTED, .1 w AIRY, COOL and comfortable 1
) 15 .South Palafox Street, Pensacola' Florida. WANTD-To do your paInting, glazing .rooms for rent during summer at-I A Home Savings I

I WANTED! Settled woman'"for nurse::1 glass, staining,. grain ng, nard Miss Taylor's, 18 West Jackson St.

Apply 701 North PaJlfoxSt..' ,9may' oil finishing and paper hanging. Sat- 4may., I
isfaction guaranteed. James Blevins, ; OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR.

WANTED-A good nurse. Apply Cl: contractor, 613 W. Zarragossa bt FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo ANCE AND! ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS
I SALE H. Turner, corner Strong' and Bay
Directory 9maylw* cated. Bestvrooms in the city; cool,, AND DEATH.
len Sts. :
un'T 'I List of Property for ,Sale by D. Hale 8may clean beds. Apply 128% East Government -

Wilson & Co. WANTED good cook Apply- at, WANTED TO RENT OR BUY a small St. 4maylm. :

1. ,One block on proposed street carline once to Mrs. J. E. Turtle, Fort Bar cottage on water front. Either on American Life Insurance Company

G' YATES M D. New .City, overlooking Bayou!M l rancas. ./," 8may bay shore or on one of tae.bayous. A d. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opens:

Texar, and under fence. .. .$3000 I)I H -I dress H. B., care -Journal. 'Jmay June 1. Large, airy and .delightfully -
: s the straight life legal reserve company organized fn Florida.
k 'One half block is only ,
OPTICIAN on avenue WANTED-Young man about 20 years --I-" I cool. Good fishing bathing and

306 THIESEN BUILDING in settled neighborhood and on hard:: to do do general work and collect WANTED-Room with board for couple boating. First class table. On elec-!I HOME OFFICE. TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK .$500,000
road very cheap at .. :$1500 i ing. Must be wen recommended and near Palafox: :and Garden. State I trie car line 15 mnutes: ride from citro I
.One-half block (12 lots) and six new 1 furnish bond.' Address I., Journal.8may. .- price wh'ch: must be reasonabie., ,R. Regular boarders and transients.; : ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

WM, D HbWE houses renting'* for $5.00 each with S., Jojirnal. 8may2t* Terms reasonable. Address Old! :Mill, '
room for seven more houses.. $3250 .1' i; Inn, 1Pensac la..Fla. 4may]i Pensacola .Offices Brosnaham Building
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Two large lots and a good three
141z! EAST GOVERNMENT ST. room and hall house renting for 5600 for the modern workinoin of the the Pensacola Building Associationhas PLEASANT' ROOM to rent with privilege -I
per month: it sold at once. ..$b, world. Will pay you weekly benefitsIn 1 decided to follow the lead of the of light house keeping, 301 W. I
j One nice five roomed house in good i case of sickness or accidt 11t.Takes progressive young men; have established Chase. Sapr HOTELS Money to Loan.

locality with 37 foot lot renting' for care of the balance of the" family Incase that modern and up-to-date I I. _rL _---
$10.00 per month, ....' .. .51000 of death'the best friterriai organization -'thoroughfare, DeLuna street and that NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent: FERRELL HOTELSneads, Florida.
One-half an arpent and ten roomed j in tApp on North Hill car lne! ; location! MONEY TO LOAN-Eerybody bur
the country. y !at No:";:they are up-to-date and modern firm; i Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms,;
house In central part of the city nice ;323 W. Zarragossa street, between! 9?'have! taken offices at 210 DeLuna St. very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden.. good beds, table the best J. M. Fer-i i rows money from Jno. A. Hall It
shade and fruit trees. .. ..J5500 ;i street. 25april Co., 16 E. Government street Wan.
a. m. and 3 p. m. ,6may2w i and: are ready to serve the public in rell, Prop. Hipri
.Va ant lots in any part of the city | la need call on ua. 9feulm
the building line. _
at-prices that will take: Several Investments WANTED Any general contracting PLEASANT place to board on North HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per day.h I MONEY LOANED on all kinds fpe
-Two capable men for life repa'r work a...specialty plans Hill on car line. Address No. 8, week. Special attention o
that will net 10 per centon insurance work. Salary and com '1 and specifications furnished with es Journal. 27mar' Special rate by | tonal property on .short notio

the money invested. mission. Good opening for :right men-.timates on short notice. Jas. }!.!i care I I to traveling men. Free sam-;: Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 \\

FOR RENT. Apply to Lewis Van Winkle, manager, Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback, Asst. 013 newspapers at five cents a bundleat I pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, prop. j jI5apr. Romana. Phone 1165._ifeb

Ten roomed house centrally located: .American Life" Insurance Co.Brosnaham Mgr. : gmay this office. They are all clean ._ MONEY TO LE-JD-On good real estate :

and unexcelled for'a boarding house,' ] Building. may i ,,r d.nd nice. HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the security, or on good collateral: ,
on street car line, $35.00 per month. WANTED First class ainln'g' room MOYER, on the squ'arjj has a first- year. American and European plan. j at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
Five roomed
house close
In boy. Apply at once 18 W.,Jackson 1 I class meat market J.'handles< : noth. LOST I Special summer rates. First-class in Fisher building. 21Jaa
DR.J.H.MOCKDental large yard and nice out town'l :ing. But) the best of -Ail
; everything I
ble, etc., ?2Q.OO per month.If St. 4rnayWANTEDA l kinds of vegetables, fine' _n -- I i every respect. Pleasant and convenj j MONEY LOANED on all kinds of par
and complete
i lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen-
what you want is not listed ,sonal property on short
here line of netice
fancy groceries. 20 lb.;. Standard LOST -'Pin, about inch in diameter,
smart r Fla. 15apr
: young lady or ; sacola.
.! Surgeon. call us up by phone 234 or call and Granulated SugarWhen I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs
man stenographer, who has you miniature lady's head on procelain;
see us at 30 S. Palafox. street 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144.
; experience and good education.! Sal t want the best go the East End up-to- supposed to 'be dropped 'between Christchurch THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,I

Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.' ary 510 per week; !give name, :of last date meat market" andgrocery. store. 1 and 13 West LaRua St. Suitable -, good beds. Free baths and sample j nOv
Painless Extracting of Teeth. D. Hale Wilson & Co. Phone 718. reward I UNLIMITED amount ot money tq iin
; employer. J. J. McCaskili Co:. Freeport Smaylw will be paid finder if room. $2 per day. Special attention
S. Pal.fox St I all kinds of
231/2! on personal property.
: ) Fla. 5mayl2t left at this office. 9may3t to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop..
7 and .9 Old Armory Building. WANTED-To loan $1d'to $200 can DeFuniak Springs. Fia. ISmarlm Special rates to, business men on large
Phone 1077. WANTED Agents for book "on San be paid by weekly or-monthly pay. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLE1'l-1 I leans. The New York Loan Co., 204H

I I Francisco Dstaster; Tremendous de. ments. Good security 'and interest. Young Coach ddg with CENTRAL HOTEL CHI PLEY-o p. South Palafox.
: mand. Everybody !buys. Big book-I I Address J. ;J. Ruthbye. City.6maylw and white spots all over with excep- depot. Large and well lighted I
500 pages. ,Hundreds of photographs J' tion of back. Reward for return to Free sample room. Meals at For Sale.r'.ttt'sUm.rflrtflfluWknn.rMWrUu
For Farm Tur'entlne or i -stories survivors.. Fifty per cent Dr. W. J. Hannah, 131 E. Gregory. all hours. Special attention to traveling rjnntj.

A Timber Lands, Premuium extra. Credit 'given. Outfit WANTED-Second haid furniture 6may4t men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- CITY :MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &
free. Write today. Drop everything bought sold. ISmarlm
Ringphone 754 gle Prop.
:. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall and make $500 next 30 days. Standard or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. .LOST-Gold filled watch and fob; El' Watson have just received a Ian
on or Address I Co., 325 Dearborn S'U' Chicago. O'Hara. gin works. 15 jewels. Initials on' CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlind, supply of the latest city maps showiiu:

V Imay2w* -. 2may fob J. C. P., number of case 6118382. Prop. Special attention to commercial all of the subdivisions. The maps ar>
travelers. Free sample and bath official and down to date and art
Turner &. Aymard SURETY ON.BO 1DS--the American number of works 754860S. Rewardfor
MAKE BIB MONEY FAST' return to Williams store Jackson rooms. Large rooms with good beds. mounted on heavy linen. Regular
: Real Estate and Abstract,Co. I sellingthe Surety Corppany, of New York. is! ,
official story of "The Destruction and DeVillers St. 4maylw I $2 per day._l3marlm price, $2.50; special price on lots .1!
p. O. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs,Fla prepared to execute at this city with. five to
Q or more agents or real estaf
of San Francisco. !
Our authors,
out delay! Bonds and Undertakings: required BAY WirEI.-Open night and day.
Trumbull White and Richard Linthi- OLOST OR STRAYED small. dark I I men. Hooton & Watson. 8m:./
in the courts, and for the performance European plan. Rooms light and
cum guarantee authenticity.' Nearly of contracts. Wm. D. Howe, brown heifer- with tips or horns I clean. Transient trade solicited. }FOR SALE---Large Ice box, sutaal")

DIRECTORYJoppa I 500 large pages. Dozens of photo-I attorney, 14% E. Government St. sawn off; not in very good order, liberal 675- 79 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau. for grocery store or market aid!
graphs. Retail $1.50. '$10 to $20 per 2maylm. reward to any one giving information Prop. soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. Aij! -i
Save both by conferring with us t day easy if you act quck.: Will outsell : as to its whereabouts. Last good condition. Will sell cheap "r
No.6 I/O.
Lodge, 0. F. when out to 'buy. REAL ESTATE. See i book 14 St and 14 Address for other
Jojpa Lodge, No.6, L 0.. 0. .F, .any ever published. Every- WANTED-Youn-g country printer seen ave. J. B. exchange property. API'-
us about' some of the following: body interested. Outfit T. 104 S. PaSafox! St T. J. 1021
L meets every Tuesday' evening at .7:30 i I free. Send wants a position in newspaper or % or phone 86. ffliscellaneuos Bucey, avenue.
Store N. ,DeVillier street, renting; lOc for postage today. Best terms to 28apr 7maylm
o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden job office In Florida or Alabama. Has ea-nw wJtswu t1 WflJLWfl Wfl
for $180 per year. ..' .. ''$1500, I' agents. Credit given., FreIght St Visiting. brethren are cordially In.Yited. : years' experience and an all- LOST -Saturday, April 14, presumably : Registered Berksh re
House on North "C" street, cheap i Take orders while waitin'g' for''outfit round good job printer. A perfect from cleaned bleached and blocked by hogs; best of breeding. Ask for
: a t.. .. ;. .. . .$600 I Monarch Book Company, Philadelphia wagon package containingpair .
a Leave hats Carl
L gentleman and workmen. atFreid- catalogue. Setterlind .
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. House absolutely sober; will trousers addressed H. P| Moog.If expert Chip-: ,
on East Aragon street only Pa. 26apr2w* start on moderate salary. erfckson's tailor shop 34 S. Palafox Fla.
J. Address
W. On found. returned
rLESt.S5C. .. S. .,.-. ', .,. I. I .$650 full Express office I I
SljanSm 98 acres 'of good farming land, a WANTED-First-class arber'.for Colored stating particulars, Arthur Win- and retalve; reward. ISapr St. maylm FOR SALE-One new Kokens barber

bargain at .. .. .. .. ..$1000 trade. Ring 1010- ring or!I free. White castle. .La. : 12apr1 w. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE chair, also several mirror-
: Pensacola Lodge No. 3..K. of P. Four blocks in West King Tract I call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near1dummy ] WANTED.-AH kinds "'o:: electrical Mattresses made to order; old ones Call or write J. A. Bllling'sley, 14 ;:

: 't moeti every Monday evening at 8 each .. .. S. .. .. .$1000'. depot Warrington, Fla. work. I sell r'an-kinds' or electrical FOR PENT renovatei. New ticks furnished. Government St. 13Aprii-it
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall t 24 .,.,_,. hand furniture
We have numerous other properties apri. batteries and other electrical supplies. n -'WJJ,1.ruflfu--fuu. Second' bought and FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers

I ;ov" lion I table, W. Intendencia St. listed with us and it would pay When you need m&. ring 345 or 955. FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75," sold. Upholstering and repairing cone at ave cents a bundle., Thin of.
L :'Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. you to consult us before making your WANTED E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building railroad. Address Box 712 City. nj i 114 E. Belmbnt" St., city; phone 771.Davis fice.
J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. investmentWe E. Garden. 15dec.' I Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr.
1 __ 6maylw. FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H P
R.HOflSLERK.ofR.&SL .. .
:. are in receipt of advices from : -- U Thar law boiler. '
sell cheap. App 0
the fire insurance companies represented ,I WANTED-The public to know that FOR RENT-4 rooms down stairs E..XCURSION-The launches Stella
; Method
WANTED-To lots in New' !
buy on? or two ,Laundry. 13AirJ
I A& Meetings of the by us "Thaf'all losses in Cai- we can do all kinds of repairing large back porch, large yaVd and and Leclair will run excursions to _
good locality and not ''too far out. SALjrbR '
Knights of Columbus ifornia conflagration will be float horse the Life Saving Station. or other FOR RENT-Two 110 '':
promptly building, shoeing, etc. J. stable.. Apply 501 West Chase and De ,
State full
terms and
u'l are held at their hall. pai5 and that THEY WILL CONTINUE price particularsIn G. Welsh Carriage: Co. 27fe! Viller St. Phone 323. Gmaylw! points of interest day'or night! on reasonable one with capacity for 75 thousand !
No. 8 West Intend n' TO FURNI'SH' ABSOLUTE, first letter. !Address -A.. M. care -> terms" Phones 659 and 230! lumber, the other thirty thousand c.
cia street Journal 9may 'FOR"RENT-We, will move to corner I pacity. Rates reasonable. Also 'WO
on every INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY COURT HOUSE DYEING: Pressingand J. C. SuthEland: Mgr 12apr
NV Monday evening at FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR 1 Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVUIersSt. DeLuna and Governmen Sts. in a few TAILORING 1.., .1;>Diamond tiil.Gents' skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft Ion.
1:30 o'clock. Aa In. ALMOST ONE. HUNDRED YEARS. WANTED-The public to'know that .,. Mrs.T. J. DavisProp.: Your patronage days and our present office will then clothing cleaned, pressed and 5 ft beams. Telephone or write *
pr TltaU we have bought out the Star'Jewel for rent '
be Co.
u Ii extended Protect home McDavid-Hyer Chaffln & Co., Milton Fla. r-n-r
your and business solicited satisfaction short
ta visiting Knights. : Co. in ; guaran repaired on notice.. No. 11
f JOHN B. JONES against loss by fire by Insuring with notified ry to pay this'city.no one'except Customers our'reg.are teed. Careful attention given ladlei' 5may; West Government St., ,Pensacola, Fla. ,ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill "?, ', .-,
us. garments. Phone 1222. gfebWANTED. FOR RENT Seven room house on Idee tric car line, six lots 100 ft.fr ''at
KnW ular collector R. H. who has
: Grand Vick,
; North Hill for .$25.00 per month un- 137 in- i Ie
by & deep, corners $700,
S Recorder. ESCAMBIA. 'REALTY CO. been in the employ of .the .4nchor Stip. .-Hauling and transfer til Nov. 15th. All modern conveni J. H. PORTER, Nl1 llker, 716 .bouth: lots $600. There are no better sif: .a'
ply Co., as manager of their busine Palafox street Orders taken
,I .
Fisher Real
Office ences. Estate Agency.
"" work. phone 363; residence tions than these lots. A. V. Cu; J'JUSTREC""E
204!/ S. Palafox Street. for'the I
here past four years. R. .H. tents awnings camp stools and house
Daughters of Rebekah. Telphone 1052. Vick & Co. 9maylw! phone 330. AcosU & White. 22-28 N. .. 3may cots. etc. Prices reasonable., VEI5=Large &!snipmeni of
: Tarragona St. 25mar. FDR.::SALE-One grocer's refrfgera-, 3lJan.1 imported Olive Oil. Retail by pin;,
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of General agents for State, for Home j SHIP CHAND McKjnile
Rebekah meets Life Insurance Co., of :New York. i 'tor-capacity-200! lbs. Cheap. ApplyD. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morassa:
every Monday nightat MATTRESSES RENOV A.TEIDNewj WANTED.-The. public to know" that ing & Co.,_wholeaa1e'and retail
8 o'clock in I.-O. 0. F. hall VisitIng tick furnished -de.sired: Guaran old newspapers can be bought at J. Cunningham, Romana and Railroad chandlers and grocers, only first-class ship I & Co., ship chandlers and! grocer / -

sisters cordially invited to be present teed. Crapet taken up :and matting 1 this office: for five cents a bundle. They Sts. 2may house of kind in city Fair prices to all! South Palafox. 4oe
laid if desired. Leave are all clean and nice. NOTck10 CANDlDATcldT1'wishing
orders at FOR RENT Two very desira.blestores MILTON UPHOLSTERING
: 'MRS1.: B. R. WITKOVSKI, FOR SALE Green & Watdon. Phone 193. 7mar 1' "on; first floor of Manhattan WSllie :Mlms, Proprietor. SHo-P-1 to make a successful; ".'II

: MIS3 WILliB KENDRICK, Sec. t- [ : WANTEDWe"ant your orders foi hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen. ture repairing of ,all kinds should supply themselves with a )

All kind of real 'estate for sale or WANTED position :as -stenographer 1 1907 Art Calendars. Over 200 original Just ompleted and arranged in first' laid, furniture packed for ,shipping carpets tie of PLUTO. Now is the seaL 0

M. B. B. A. No. 81, meets first and rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant by young lady with experience designs to select from. All: class shape. For terms, particulars, Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. prepare your stomach and J r

.: third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. lots.., Some very choice ones at P. 0. Box 244 Florala .Ala. prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr I 22ApriL against all diseases. Pluto :.wili! '
\Sfl.p Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten good bargains for homes or investment 29apr2w *, 16feb., For sale by. all druggists and gr-,
dencia street'A. 1 i FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. wholesale bf Jas McHugh.

G. FELL Pres. One large lot'on R. R good- factoryor WANTED.-A. R. Blnfham WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer. cottage at "All Bay." Address Box Floats built -to order' Horse shoeIng "
wantf FOR SALE.
-improved and un1xnpr'ed
Co. wants your moving and baulinj. specialty. J. G. Welsh
a .
yl LSWNEY.Sec. warehouse. site. One water front moving and hauling. H.' 815, Pensacola-- 28apr CarriageCo.
your 1W' "
property in all of the ca
All breakage guaranteed. T B. TUor.sen. parts
'Pensao1a.Lodg.! No. 4,1..0..0. P. lot that a purchaser could' make no antees all breakage. ,Phone.: 6J9. ', Prop. Phone 978. ISjnneia. :FOR. JIENT-Second story over Lin- 27feb J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Assnr .
mIstake! 'to' buy. .One' 40-acre farm I CHIROPODIST-Dr. E. .&. Clair
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. PH 'of: WANTED-All owners ,of poultry td 'denstruth's jewelry store. Suitabe! Room 7, Salisbury building. Pa :.d
160 both
anoi one acres, near Pen OLD HATS MADE .NEW Panama Thomas, professional- chiropodist.
meets every ThursBar *ve tlne at 7:30 sacola. knowthat we are agents for the cef! and Straw hats cleaned, pressed for offices, .sleepin'g quarters or store Corns, bunionS and ingrowing nails! 172.AUTOMOBILES.. :t3J&I:
.. at the new hall on West Garden ebrated 'Conkey's Poiittry tRemedie rooms., Lee Da&lell. 24apr tre
Four 'choice brick business houseson : and 'blocKed. Panama-SOc- straw hats age successfully treated- -Office In opera! -I am agent; for

f_ street. Visiting brethren cordially Palafox St. for sale.: Fine Investment Guaranteed to .cure ..ruper"cholera: 25c, fell" hats. 35c; Work guaranteed FOR RENT-8"-rooin, 2-story Cottage house building, Government:street en I Pope :Mfg. Co. and can sell you w-
SnTited. GREENBLATT 1 property.'. Few, choice offices gape and to kill fieas'Uteaxd mltgg,! \1ctor Louis. 100 E. Intendencia. S18 W. Belmont Apply to Walker trance. Office hours 8 to 12 a. m.; from $500.00 up. They cost less ." "
J. NEVILLE, Secretary.W. for rent. Also their wonderful gj'producer.: F i 24 -aprim' Ingrtham. ApriI20 1to8pm. 24apr i horses to keep up. They can be r"a
; ,Turpentine Linei all -get rich, and I S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234.ISapr. i In sand or anywhere a horse can
0. VV. have good turpentine business for ti WANTED.-Eleitrlc work of alt ktnd. A:R. BINGHAM has storage room for REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- Leslie E. Brooks.

Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. U. W. sale cheap., 15 crops boxes plenty Let ui clean your f&ns. resair Your, 'rent,' suitable for furniture or other. ley, making connections with mall

meets in Pythian Hall let and 3rd round timber lease: on which together WANTED-To buy old,.gold tad. sit dynamo, do jour ,xviriB etc. Pdona gOOd; 104 .And 106 South TarragonaSt. launch for points on St. Andrews bay., FOR SALE-Ten new and :s' .1

:: Wednesdays in each mwith. Visiting with boxes good seven years longer. ver broken up stuff, regardless! of 570. Pensacola Electric Co205 8.Baylen. Phone OQ JOnovWANTED. Extra teams for traveling men. Good i 1 second hand office safes, ,i n- J:

sovereigns cordially invited.F. Write or call 'and lee schedule .of sizes. Cash paid. Ughtman &; Klein; .-Real Estate for sale or horses comfortable vehicles, Call on sizes best makes at bargain p1-;" ';

A. BOGHICH C. a property.. 106 E. Wright Phone !U7. r 'rent, Jeasa or exchanged Your business or address J.tJ. Sinclair, Chipley,Fla.! Scafritt Moreno, office East Go-. n

LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.: t \ -' SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Telephone 74. _. 28apr ment St -'4ffi r

H. T. CRAWFORD NEW UPRIGHT PIANOto exchange -Highest price paid for gents' Real: Estate Agent 22% W. Gov. GOOD PASTURE for a ,fevr horses FOR SALE Two horses. on.J': .',

for loton East H11L. Address P clothing'only.. .Sell second hand goods. ernment street Room. 7. Salisbury and cows. Address )J: apply to W. and one set double haraest-. 3 .
[; 'i TRY BOSSO-S CREAM. PHONE 1325. 3 t ":."South Paltfox Street; 0.:Box 207. : ;., :r. -.-:3



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:THE E.E8A' LA. JOURNAL, .. -, 'WFOflESDAY< 'MORNipGMAy. 9,. 19flflT iIJi; ;

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I Thousands Each Day .Who J&r Looki rg' for $argaIns :: .-

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p-- -- ,. McMillan Bros. Co. ...... ........ i i.....s I............ $.......... '.".."'H4': -. 1 t 1 '
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YOU OWE IT TO YOUR FAMILY 1 : AUSLEY fi .:.COMPANYiV JFSMellen&Ooj i 1 :1 11 t: : .

and to yourself' to provide a home. a home that your wife and call- { '"

i .>n will take pride .in, that YOU can beautify with- flowers and have Cleared.' I : Handle Nothing : 1 t H;

!11 l'ie conveniences that you would like to have and cannot have as Ribston S Brf ss. 2185, S Robin S COMMISSION BROKERS ; .

ing as you rent. Cut this list out and look:at; these homes today son LIverPool, 'With 1800.000 ft. sawn But fi t :;,. .:
and if these do not suit you.teU us what you. want:and we will_ get it; timber. S Ii

Xo 1120:! East.Cervantes St., ''between 11th and 12th'avenues, 5 VESSELS IN ""CRT.U f'i
and hall, new nicely papered''and painted, good neighborhood ;" tt -1
loom T f.
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Cl": water $300 down and $15 per month ..... .. ..' .. 'u .. .$1650 m*hlp i, Private Wires .N. ,Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COTTONSTOCISGRAINPROVISIONS .1' 'j; J :>

Northeast corner 16th avc. and 13th' St.,. lot 120 feet 'front by Bainbridge Br *s, 1193. Smith, New i ,, ':. Everything |l l.lust I > '1. S

1 37{ & feet deep, house new, 5 rooms and hall, good neighborhood! on port News to H. Baars. I : : I .1f ..t' f,
Birmingham, Br.' es, 2612 Baltimore -. : : .
car line, a delightful home take a-ride on the East Hill belt car line { and BONDS 1'. .' .' '

and look at this place today.. .... .. ,.. :S '.' .. .. ,....$2500 Naval Stores. to Gulf Transit Co. I "* *. V : :; *'5' ; j. I
Domingo Br 88 1713 Friend I
Cayo ,
Northeast comet 10th and 10th lot 131% feet front on J' Clean, heavy clipped White 4 i i
ave. The naval i
Savannah Ga. May 8.- Gull Transit
to +
Galveston Co. Bought! and Sold for Investment. '
? on Margin or .
by 200 feet 10th 6 and hall out- i I bats. :st "
10th ave deep on rooms stores market closed today as follows: Chelford Br sar--1701.-Wood, Tampi- : .
nouses, stable, nice. garden two blocks from car line. ,Room for WI\\. .. .. .. .s. ,....4 95 to 6 00 co, to order. No. 2 White Corn pure Bran V, .,\, ': .S :. I:
other houses on the lot, if.you .would like to sell some of it off...$4000. \'"(}. .. .. .. .. ... .. .4 90 CImbria,. Danish ss, 1855, ,Hanson, tReiereDee: first! National and Peoples Band Phone 1173 I J and Shorts |:I ', ; '. I

Southwest corner of 10th St. and 6th ave., 4 rooms and*hall; lot N.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 'S. .( 85 Manzanijlo to Gary &; Co.Haslingtb'n Chick Feed, consisting of 20 j : ,.
H7 x 150 feet, on car line. Nice shade ,trees and' garden.$11003ltl )1.. .. .. ... ... .... ... ...t 80K' Br;..ss,. 122&-, .Willis ............e....................e........H.....$4$ T articles for the of the rapid'and": ** '4 4 ,!\ 'S '
healthy growth '
East Roraana St., 7 rooms and hall, large lot; this is close to .. .. 4. .. .s .. S. p1 IS ..4 75 Kingston to Gulf Transit ,Co. !.. hatched. newly; ; 1

:he business section and should increase in value, '.' ... !. .$1900 I.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .,440H Heathdene, Br-ss.' 2277. MJlburn I : S, ; I Wheat and Mixed Feed for 't 1.. t
.. .. .. .. .S .. .S ..4 35 Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & po. I
:114 North Hayne St. 7 large lot neighborhood, close the hen. iS
rooms good G.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....4 12'4F Hersilia, Ger ,ss, 1295, Euler, Tampa i t.: 5 S
.. .. .. . Condition Powders *
in, block from car line. ... .. .. .." $2500 I; for horse t $ .
; .. '. ,. .. .. S. .. .. .. ..4 O714 to So. States 'Ltor. Co. I T 5
No.211 East "Government St., 5 rooms and hall 'trick' cottage E. .. .. .. I. SS .. ... .4 OZhD Klrkstall Br. ss, 1162, Hinde Faro, : I.' cow and poultry. : 5t f .

bath, toilet, this is almost In the business district; the house is in .. .. .. .,5 ,. ..3 soC to J. A. MerrittCO.. MANAGE YOUR INCOMEDon't Conkey's Celebrated Poultry ; | i. 5

good repair and .nl.ma e a.nice home. ,.. ... .<".. .. ..$21u: .'. . .. .. a. -S .e ...3 80 Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf Ant I.J:J Remedies cure, gape cure roupe and, cure lice, cholera killer. :. ; |c4 N i SIt J
Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. werp to J. Schreyer. .5 t tU
f live in
you town telephone {tT
INVESTMENTS THAT PAY GOOD INTERESTare Ribston' ,. Br ss; 2185, RObInson, Rio I US. : 'I 5
de Janeiro, to: W. S. Keyser & Co. :
AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORT < If In neighboring' towns write *. Jo
Tapton, BrIt. ss, 2300, Tra.ttles,Fun- let your income manage you. II .
good things to own. We have a house, No. '812 East Wright St., Liverpool Cotton Market. to us. '
8 rooms lot 40x137 renting for $20 per month good renting prop- 0k9. chal, to Pensacola Br. Lbr. Co. If you didn't have the money you wouldn't I 5 5. ; 5-

ert). It cannot be duplicated for the price. .. .. .. ..' .. .$18ui J n.-Feb.... ..... ,.., i.69 Verbena, BS. 1604 Mann, Norfolk -. 'f. '. i ..
to H. Baars & Co. spend it. Then it simply be: t"
reb..Ha'... ....6.70 why spend i
Three houses on the Southeast orner.of Cervantes and Coyle St.
Vida Nor ss, 976, Arressen, Cardi- . :
lot 30x125 feet deep each, renting for $15.00 month, rented all MirApril. have it? F. S. MELLEN & CO. \ 1
per !
nas, to Hyer & Co. you ;
April-May............. ._... 5.91 .
the time houses in good repair.. .. 'S .. Se eS .. .. ..$12 \i Chips.
: May.Jna.. .1i.91t Open an account with the First National i | 1
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.' Jane-Jmly ....'.. 5.92 Canara, Itl. ship, 1495 Repetts Genoa Phone 334. | ,
t 3 uiy-5Ln5g ua$ ...................... .... ...6.93 to Master.-' and pay all bills by check, or start savings : 4 I 5
THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A. SPECIALTY' Aigiit-8ept.inber................ 5.89 Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth : Pensacola, Fla. *& j jt
September-October .. &..71j Rio Janiero to 'order. SS account and save enough to be your own t t
THE FISHER REAL ESTATEAGENCY :KoYexabwDecember Oetober-JToTmb ,.......&..69' Ophelia; Nor ship; 1127, Larrsen, master. '. S .....*.*............44.... ; S ,f fa J

( DeOeLbar4wnary ........ ...............5.69 Dunkirk T.. i
206 SOUTH PALAFOXST.: PHONE 87 LI'fflrpoo8poIB. 1:S 'Sart 1 :
.- .- S Antigua Nor bk 1348, Ferguson You 'Can An Account With One Dollar r ; .
------- New York Cotton Market. New Orleans to A. Zelius. I Open Received.S

'- .... .. ,._ i Luisa. ItaL bk.. 1591, Montane from ,.
n........... -VI...1.. T JUW '"I JI... -- - >.
January 1063 10,88 Nolloth to master. SLake ;;
10.81 10.48 ; }
These are For Sale. May 11.19 11.20 11.15 11.20 Erie Itl.: bk., 928 Bfigan, Bas- fine ''\.
to Master.
July 11.08 11.12 11.05 II.-1 som
FOR BALE: -Nice, new six room August 10.92 10.84 10.91 10.M Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112 Fishing Tackle Casting
GENUINE BARGAINS house, located corner 11th street October.10.57 10.61 10.56 10. 4 Ferres Montevideo to German American SfRSlNATIONAL BANKOF S
and 14th ave. Bullt on two lots. December........10,58 10.65 10.56 1084 Lbr Co. S i S

Modem Home with % !block of Houses has one story and basement. New York Spots, 1180 .Paalo Angelovltal; bk 1136, Bezzo. Nets, Shrimp Nets, t' ;

ground, on East Hill car line .City water, bath room, sewer connec- Parkwood Nor bk 756, Lunde-. PENSACOLA FLA. '
$3000. i tions. House la, now leased to very Wheat. gu rdr St. Nazaire to Or 'er. I jPrecursore. Minnow Seines ::1<

of desirable tenant. Price $2,500. A Open High Low Olon .mal bk, Schfafflno. 1508,' S
Seven room house with & block good investment Address 44, care KaJ' .......81J4 81% 81 8l5Jly. Genoa to'Rosasco Bros. i w. H. KSOWLBS Preg. W.K.EvER Ja.t V.-Pres: and Ca Mer. '
ground, near Stoddart's. (Will carry .............79 'bk T, W. BRUT and W.N. ROBBRTS Asst.Cashiers. Bait Pails. 5 } ,
this ) Journal. 9may 79i 79 79XCorn. Sterling, Nor. Bllepsen Labita DIBZOTOR&\-F. C. rent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles, W. K. S : ,
mortgage of $2300 on -
Bay to order D. G. Brent. .
Large stocks of the latest !
$2800. FOR SALL'! -4 two seated surrey with S 6chooners.S tj PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS :;1 t
East Hill car line Open High Low Clan .
Vacant lots near shafts and .
pole practically r I -
new. May. 48 tftf 463 47;* Annie M. Brit schr., 397, I S S Large stock of '

from } Must be'sold this week. Also one Jnly_. ,..,..45ii 4% 4 X 4 ( Mantos to J. Af.Mejritt.A Co. . TENWS- GOODS, .. :rJ ,
$175 AND UP. cream colored ,horse and harness. Can Annie F. Kimball,, Amer ca3rter: .1 COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL ; i'
Northeast from Stoddart's 'plate, 'an be seen at Pou's stable. Smaylw York GOODS. :-3S: J ,
New Stock Market S.weetjan.d, Hajana. ..master. t
entire black at. ..' .. .. .1 .. FOR SALE-One good wore qr driving Open CAM Donna .Christina, Amesqht Cityof Pensacola Improvement Bonds GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. '' .' S., ;
$500. horse In good condition. Forparticulars Routhorn Pacific...........? 6d}{ flJ 165 S Cardenas. ':" : :: i BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. : f

Lots near St John's cemetery from apply to clerk at'Escam'bla Copper........................ ios l ; 'I . ROLLER KATES.
A.8.B. l :' i
Hotel. IN
$30 .tp $75. On any of this property I 5may iw Atdi..a.............4.... 89* $V1i. TRY BOSSO' : REAM. PHONE' 132& Denomination $1,000.00 Each; SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. "' .

will'loan two-thirds interest of the. purchase FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT- .B ... 149X 152i-4 'i : Ft Dated Jan'1', I9O6.- Maturing Jan.1, 1936.. Redeemable J. .1, 1926. Call on or write ':S '
market .
price at B.BT 813 88B. t
Houses on water front at Little Bayou a 0 107 : Interest Payable Semi-Annually. '
% I08 .
S i' S :
near car line. GOod. bargains. art..... 42: Household' L .akL t F. B. BRUCE 5 ;; I'
THOS PEBIH Apply to Phillip JJannah, LIttle Bay u. 0.,.I 4J1 494; ried'fr ; left unprotected ,to

9may3w* U. 8........ ...... .......... 89!{ 10% become We1'fifr. For Sale These Bonds'Subject -- to ,rt
U.S., preferred.............. 104( % 10JJ.< wormy. ---- -- '
CORNER PALAFOX AND. ROMANA A 'of fI ur used to roll :
big plate -
R. 28 J K iL Prior Sale, in Amount .to ; ,
STREET UPSTAIRS. FOR SALE Fine. hotel' site; best.situation LoA N.................,...... 142)t) 143J. fish or potato cakes in when a tatlespoqnf 55 I
in the city for a tourist ho- l. 76' rl Suit Purchaser.: :.
78)4 ul won suffice. .. ,_ ULLQTS.
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tel 130 feet treating south by 172 feet M.P. 89Ji 81Mtt ::61 -.61ie i wdQi'.th.e 't-oning '.' ;'
]Jood : '.
deep on East Government street S
110 .
over 1HH S. :
FOR SALE'fOR looking Seville square and Adams Can.Pac...................... 159)4'159ft: table; ,<> S S < Correspondence EXPRESS :
street with open view of Pensacola I N.T.O 137* J38i:| Flatirons wiped on the ironing- Fdp: PAID$7Z Sia

rent SALE-A; fine location paying. small business capital; cheap re bay lapr. $10,000 ,will' buy the property. I P.O ... 9sJ.'D'G. 128tf 181 94* sheet instead a cloth or paper.) THE PEOPLE'S BANK PMJjJLil

quired. Address Box 68. Chipley, S StP 1S4H 167 The chimney draft left "open. for ,

iFla. 6maylw U.I............................ 25"! 2534 heat-to go up the chimney J PENSACOLA FLA.tN.
a.g..s Ir." Napkins used-for dish towels and .
FOR SAL&-Good family horse with Legal ,Advertisements T.O'L........_._........ .... 146% 147" 6 QTSIs94fs4J .
buggy. Apply Leslie E. Brooks, Penn.... ,.......,............ 13t" 1334 dish' towels for holders.; QTIS
Fisher new Building. Gmaylw ?OTI'C E. U.P.......... ___...... 14334) U7i The face flatirona used to crack
Notice is hereby given that on the nuts on. .. 5603..
WANTED-To loan money on.your 9th day of June A. D., }906, I will ap. Ausley &. Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. S "
watches. Jewelry and personal ef. ply to Hon. Henry Bellinger S fc.:W.UIKAR. President JOHN PFEIffER Assistant Caihlir. ;
8.During'tne Kit h.n Window. ANDREWS Assls'.ul Cashlar. ;
New York, May Vice-Presldent end Cashier. J.W. ,
fects. Highest cash price for old gold Judge of Escambla County, Florida, S M. E. CLARK.
early hours the market showed a Good window screens, imperative -
& Klein 106 E. ,
and silver. Lightman for an order': authorizing the sale at j'I
wright Phone 1127. private sale of the interest of Barbara harctening' tendency. but Liverpool: in most American kitchens. No NATIONAL BANK
improvement was partially lost be- THE AMERICAN
Ard, Ruth Ard Annie Chestnut one need be reminded of the affection" -
fore the close. A similar course char. ,
FOR SALE-Wagon with 3-inch ties; Dan -Aid, Delia Ard, Henry Ard, and acterized American markets, the sjarly of the flies for the kitchen,and Of PEHSACOLA, F14.

nearly new; will sell for cash or on Alonzo Ard, minors in and to the following advance of 5 points being lost before all that pertains to it, and, while
time, or will trade for cow. G. E. OF UNITED STATES.
described real estate to-wit: DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY .
the close. effective
not always certainly
Bredt, ,cor, 9th ave and 12th St. j I screens are I
The Southwest quarter (S. W. S .
Smaylw* the Northwest quarter (N. W. VI 4))) of of The government's summary of the do not keep out every fly, CAPITAL STOCK, SZ! 9OOO.) SURPLUS, $$9,603.. I ;. S
weather for the week is fairly! good ,
Section Thirty-eight ((38)) Township but there is some complaint of excessive they are, the best help":we have' and S DIRECTORS. CHAS.BLUM&CO

FOR SALE-A fine piece of water One ((1)) South Range Thirty-one ((81) rains in some'' sections, 'as muchas must not: ,be overlooked ,P AND 519
front.property, 50 feet front'on,West West containing forty screened and Frank Rcllly F. E. Browner ST" ..
more or 8.30 Inches being recorded at one should he: carefully applied Henry L. Co lngton. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubfos street, less In Escambia county, Florida. or two places. However on the with a swing so they will close J. [M. Dfofffor rlvlUVMBryan .. W. 8. Rososco, C. W. L,mw, -
with a4 room house front and back Annie T. F. McGourln J. R. Sounders,
Ard, Guardian of'estate of sail. whole we think the present rains Dumvody( -.
gallery, has a nice wharf about 250 minors. May 8th 1906. have accomplished very much: more themselves if left open by a care- A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton!' 0. E. Maura,

feet long running out to deep water Smayaow4w. benefit than harm and present weather ,. t lesFservant: or indifferent grocer'sBurning W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, MJ(enzk OerUng
from the front gate. For few days S .C. M Covlngton, M. t. Clark. .
a ,
conditions promise improvement.I r QyJ Alex Mcgow1n COFFEE' !
only it will be offered at only $1500 BIDS WA.NTE'Di The crop hag assuredly made a gOQd S
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at Bids will be received by the Boardof start no matter what may befall!! it Garbigs."Jn Accounts of Banks Individuals, Corporations end Firm SoUclted. :;
1. Friedman & Co.8 store. 5may Public Works until noon Monday I 1- in the Time
i' on later on. burning garbage range .5 Four per cent Interest Paid on Deposits. :
:May 28th, 190, as per specifications Mr. 'Price's undisclosabl reasons: it.is a mistake to put it directly on We are the Pioneer :.
FARM FOR SALE-SO acres, locatedat on file in the office of this for the expectation of a startling ad.
thefire.. Put it under the side or I t Coffee Roasters of
Cottage Hill on railroad; all tenced Board for, the construction of sidewalks vance is probably from some fortuneteller : "
la and with large house, barns, ,out- on the South 'side.of. East as he has about exhausted back lids, where the fire does not 5 5 West Florida. ':

louses etc. Creek runs through the Zaragossa Street in front of Block 5, other available resources and the effort -, CQmeJn contact- with.it, and it will I _i S S

laud, and 4 or 5 springs are also One Old City, as follows:. 51 teet, lot 19. was made to gst the public:in so I dry out. It is best to put the garbage -I'r GRES PaClm. T. B. WLLS VIOII.PBBlIDU
land. Plenty shade trees and apple East 20 feet of Jot 20.' East 48 feet that tha New Ycrk crowd might unload1 in the stove at night, and'by :BILTO K. uscnr.CAsIlIn. ANSiIELD KORL1IO,.L.O.u1fID '
pecan peach and plum trees. of'10t.22. West 31 feet 4 inches of lot their holdings. I S F Bank 5
Good soil; also hare a lot S* fine breed i 22. East 41 feet 'aatf. 9 Inches of lot Many believe that the summer, morning it is dried,to a tinder and Citizens National McHUOH'SBLENQS '

chickens: ducks, hogs, goats, pea' 23. West '41 feet and 9 inches lot positions are on a manipulative or will'blaze" up and.burn when the file of Peasacqla, Florida.

fowls] pigeons, geese and tumys, .of 23.: Approved. bond for Three Hundred fictitious basis of values and feel that gets hotter; leaving no odor what:- I' DI11CIOHS '..

41!1) kinds. Reasonfor selling la that 1 and'Flfteen' ($315.00) Dollars t unless new crop months ar.* stiffened ever. Never allow any scraps of Gw.W.WrlzhV: Morris Be.!'. '1'.E.Welles. KixM: Bobimon. L. fliltim Ores have no equal. A trial .

nave no one to manage place. A great will Wetter.be required The right ot to the reject'successful and up by unfavorable weather July! ,anijugust food to be put injthe ,scuttle., ,M GEnERAL BULKING BUSINESS TBMStCTfD will convince the con : '
bargain either as an Investment c? any >. must seek a closer relation to .
for party looking for a Sv>od firm''.on all bids! is reserved. fall and winter options, whilst others .;., 5 noisseur that we ;

which to make mone:. Every: ihlng S A. ZELIUS, feel quite comfortable on the sum- S CREWNOTlCE.S == -- -- --- -,.,..---- .;.
genuine and just as represented. No Chairman Board qf Public 5* }. Works. nrer positlons'ow'Ing to the statistical the owner cap --- make no extravagant .
25ApM>aw-4-w... Extremely: light voluma of of the .
take. Write or call on W. H. Morgan, strength. a.Neither A__ claims.
further parti S trading will probably prevent any bark Sterling, ,
Box 453. Pensacola for
ulars. S SlmarFoIAEEOjfour Aattachment Notice. exciting movements and limit fluctuations fordebts" .;'MCL7; 'C.A.kL'c: OO.Whol "o.c--r

Notice' is hereby given of the Institution so profits should be taken, whenever contracted by the crew of. .s&le and Retail Dealer in RetailGROCERS S *:
ton ice ma- of an attachment suit by Mrs.E. Wholesale and !
obtainable. There seems to be said vessel. Anthracite \
chine complete, running now, mak-- B. Hester against. Reginald Hester, a growing disposition to 'trade in m.1.'Ji1S.SEN.!. Capt. Steam Domestic, ff J\ 'L
t Iff,; ice dally. Will sell at a bargain. in' the Circuit Court of the first Judicial October and December and evidences and 'Blacksmith W W.M. S '

Reason for selling, installing 15 ton CIrcuIt State. of Florida, la and continue to increase that it 'will not Offlce-No, 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
pant Addre ;quick, -to T.'W.' Pace for Ejscambla County, and the said defendant -ba long until tha public Is 'very much -S .CREW. NOTICE.TS S 'Tarrigoua and.Gonzalez streets> .Phones 6 and 372S
Qu nc. )'. Fla. *._ !26apr2w and all other persons/ interest. interested! in these positions. ;k4.Neither' ."the".owner". captain Yr5 comer ........ ........ -=,:n,! and all kinds of FeedStuffs

'XW S'ALE-'tbree joke of oxen.,and ed are required to appear to the actionon Fair weather seems to 'have set In nor cosgu'of the I S
og cart; good team in good condl- the 2d day of July, A. D. 1906. ,R. and should it continue a lower- 'rangeof 5 German ship Hildegard will .. : S S r: '

ion and working every day. Price P.S Reese attorney.fer plaintiff.\ values may bj looked for S be responsible for debts S i

$:OO. Call on or write J. A.'Chaffln &: I4maroaw3m. contracted 'by.the crew of said vessel ;: .
In Escambia& County :Circuit Court, ,Stop Grumblingif ; WUS SCHRYERCO: ,-- 1 :Pluto Water .
of Florl 'a.. .In Chancery. Mary
State Consignees
FOR SALE-Lad"s saddle, extra suffer from Rheumatism or
.you the ShinglesA
Huggins vs. Edward_ Huggl B. On .. I Preserves
good; fine Shepherd ddg; also, the 2nd day of July A. D. pains, for 'Ballard's Snow Liniment '

brand new Century Encyclopedia andDirtlonar d 1906 Monday the defen 'a t Edward HugginsU I will bring quick reU f. It is a sure CREW NOTICE. i coat of paint put on that shingle root wilt add very Wholesale and Retail. '
'. Address 1102 East G ;- cure for Sprains Rheumatism, Con
) to appear to the bill filed the ] of roof. We sMngle. stains S
i required captain_ own < materially to -the life the haye
den St. 285. 9may tracted Muscles and all pains-and S
or phone This order to be I
Against him h!rein ofthe -red_ and green for 75 cents a gallon. Remember we
within the reach'of all. Price 25c,
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those publshed ones each week for eight "Lake. Erie,"will sell everything necessary. to build from .brick to shin'gle New Orleans Grocery Co. -
weeks. in .the Pensacola 50c $1.00. c. R Smith, Tenaha; Tex. S _
Dishing to make a runshoulJ consecutive' for debts stain.Saunders. .
writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow 5-
supply themselves with a bot- Journal a .newSiP: pet.pub.ished: in contracted bythe crew of said vessel. S Ii
'1. of PLUTO. Now is the season to said Escambia County. A.M.. McMillan Liniment in my family for years and S S E. FIGARI, Captain. Company ;
Court. By .L. have found it a fine remedy for all Mill Jas. McHugh
u" pare your stomach and liver Clerk. recommend MASTER' Consignee. ,
Fla. pains and aches. I it
against all disease "Pluto 'Will do it. G: Aymard. D. C, Pensacola, __ i -- Phone Ti 7. 21 East Gargles Street.
Fo, 23r L. 1906. / for pains in the chestSOld by. all S Phone 05. Proprietor "
sale by all druggists and grocers April < ; .' druggists. S S S *' TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. --- -
aolesae! by Jas McHuga! 25 Apjr-oaw'-8-w> -


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t; I 5P JR1F5 Remington-The- 1308Med, I.- $|l- MRTi[. [ -D actors. Baffted from do you-$30 persist'WHY to $50 in for paying a suit year of cOth!tajiQ.

.. .. when I can duplicate the sui: at
The eastern club's(in the Southern --- -
: .' :: <',: : run down
L: is ''I round League"yesterday of. the eastern completed, circuit ana the! -will first Sholij. DEMQCRATIC C C ij R ? .:::::.\"''\\:: and whose case, battled the skill I i $18.00 ?

to lay compete, against the west ;ln ::\ .r:: of doctors, Is restored to complete ,
with its new billing attachments k Latest'styles, nobby patterns
the west. -Thf two leaders, Shreveport and instantly,interchangeable carriages .' IH .y\ health and strength by finest of workmanship. and tle
.and- Birming1lam'*are schedule tabulator and"two-'color 'lr. Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey. "

.i. Unpardonable. to Shreveport locK horns: is to-day'a Sunday but inasmuch town theteams as' ribbon combined movement, is the): most complete I PRIMARY.Y I : ..K--.-..-.. I.);':: '1 lost weight, was-tired'-and listless, WHY
4 _
'r ana '
; no medicine helped 'm'e until I took
": may lay off and .go together ... 1 Duffy's Pure' llalt: "
ICorraspoii4e J
and' : UTuakey. this lady
siouchy '1s and Sun Billing
Thursday Saturday
and the Friday '
send for
I S .t whose heart is- 1Ied--.with gratitude,. do you away your Panama
I : usually. the-man-on-a-hunt-; oa ., Thjs will be the first time this: l. .,'c '-' .%; at and pay from $12.50 to $25 fOr it
for-a-job. Ou -stock 'off' I season that the; west and eastern Ce I 1. : Wrlte&w hen I can furnish with
I '. you an !
How Namesl/ill/ on the havQ a; pquai
great .
: spring and summer teams. have locked' horns and a Appear I v S :. general rundown condition, which baffled ; ly' good Panama for
Clothes] makes it possible tfeal of Interest Is being- manifeste!' machine manufact r d".. :;Designed I ____ 'k, _,,, _______ the skill of all doctors./I weight .
1 :: for any man to overcome as to. the. relative. strngth .of the I as itWbArd forfasj6ervipt.buflt; .for Ticket.toBeVotEdon: I ____ > .; .. ::" rapidly was. tired"apa'my iutiess! 1 the "!1ouchy"? habit with clubs; of the two tvctions. So far use, recommended by'experts I ,. 'C1 _!: medicine
[ ) <' helped"me until r began to take,
t one blow. Every garment hreveport has made the rest. of tte and.g aranteed against wear,it is 'May'15'. I : 'And
r r I offeredastheideal % \ r : ..Duffy's Pure; Malt Whiskey I am now" the same comparison with fri.
r. Is made In the latest western teams look like ,a white chip I I .,.: on my tenth'bottle,-and feel;better than derwear, Shoes and the balance !
t. shape of the most attractive doss "to"a" thoroughbred; who is playing I L" h I have a-number. of-years-past. I 1 furnishings.No o
and for yellow; and -Birmingham! has TypewrJer In order that- the Eseambia countyelectors'may'become 1, .
patterns .
with the i. know that I" am cured and ,1 want to trouble to show goods.Jos.Coleman
look like familiar
made the'eastern. contingent .
longhand satisfactory 1 < thank you for it'';-.Mrs. H. Larson 203
a pair of deuces in against an ace for tile in form and arrangement of the names .,
Vice. Inj producing most good I-I----. Pleasant Ave., lIantg mery Ala.. Nov.
the hole with one showing. the shortest time with.the letJt effort. r of the various candidates as they will. .)ro U. 1305.
Any Price from tr'l New' Tort and Chicago are tied for, Write today for full description. appear on' the official ballot to be voted .a.LARsoN
first place. in tie National League, Local Agents wanted for' in the primary to be held May 15th', ,
'and Philadelphia leads the American unoccupied territory. The Journal has prepared an unofficial Qq"j's Pure
$6,50 $25. MaItWhiskey STREET.
l league race by a narrow .margin, :THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO.MaJestlcBldg.Cfilcpgo ballot which will be- foundbelow..
with Detroit and Washington tied In signifying your: choice for an>. .
I Hats Shoes and Furnish- with Cleveland right behind them. t : candidate the voter should remember I b ecause.of'.!Ita.remarl-nble.beallng- and curative powers .and Its extraordinary!
ishings galore. Duck Augusta still hoWs the.upper hand that, a. cross mark must -be made bet record of curest 'covering a period of more than fifty years is prescribed by doc
Pants $1.25 and $1.50. I 204 West Bay Street ore and. n'seo" In over two thousand leading hospitals as the greatest, most nour- Morris DannheisserFormerly
t. in i iI the Sajlie" League with Jackson fore the candidate's'name, or on theft I ishing tonicrstimulant and-healtb-buUder known to medicine. Duffy's.Pure Malt
: I ville and Charleston coming strong.* JACKSONYII4.E. r/L'A.S hand side. If the cross Is made I Whiskey. .cures coughs, colds consumption. prlp. .bronchitis: and pneumonia. It
( of Dannheisser
1l' Btiaralates fln". b1oo.d. builds -the tissue Bros.)
the right hand side the. vote will eir1cheR. the aids digestion up nerve
> -- tones"up the heart and fortifies the 'system against disease ge7pg.Jt,prolongs i Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fin.
1 not count for the office in which this' li fe.-kei'ps' the old young and the strong. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains Wines,
young Beer and Tobacco.
STANDING .AND RESULTS SAFES i SAFES I SAFES!f :SAFES 1, error is made. no.fusel oil. and Is the only whiskey,that has been recogni?ed a.a a medicine.!
'1 The John White Diebold'Safes. Any marks'appearinrg on the ballot This ia a guarantee. Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
; Southern Buy (other, than the cross) for identification CAUTIOX-Be careful to srt the genniae Wnen yott Mk for Dafly'..P e Halt
j'f League. ScarHtt Moren whiskey. Sold In ee-led bottles only; liner In 1Ilk..,ook for trademark. ,th*' I 12 W. Zarraaossa Street,
Won '(Lost Pet. ,' Agent or mutilation will invalidate, "Old Chemist."on the label and be sure the seal over the cork U anbroken.All PENSCAOLA.
: Phone Shreveport/- -,'.,.1S 5 75(1( game and the inspectors of election reliable drargiets aM rnere,fir direct *xoo a bottle. Dncto. :' Advice and medIcal FLORIDA.J
,1- Store 225. Birmingham .un. ? ...16' 7 696 will not count the ballot., booklet. free.. Daffy Malt Whiskey' Co.,Rochester,W.. V.. . . .

.I New Orleans- .. .. ..11 .7 611 The ballot as prepared Is as'follows: TI-ELIS! BEAR COMPANY. COMPANY, Dstributers.i !! .
Atlanta .. .... ..... NOW READYSegari's
:: .12 10 54o
r 205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. .. ... EU E ESTATE J J[ Unofficial Ballot. -- --- ,
i Memphis 9 8 625)! .._. ------ --- -- ---. ----
Montgomery ...' ..I '..:-7 "12 368 Democratic Primary Election held :-:1.:;' :: -l'JI-: ; ,.... l Ll .r t'I Nashville .. .. ... .. 814 333 Way 15, 19)6.( Make a cros (X) mark
II : Little Rock .. ,r': ,. 2 17 lOo b efore the'name of the. candidate! of.' '' < Everything first-class and

-Results. T TRANSFERS N f[ r our,choice. I :Over One Minion Dollars ;i up-to-date..

Yesterday's .J .. .. ... .
There! is Montgomery 4; Birmingham 2. Representative Congress.. :
Paid the
; By Equitable's Pensacola
I: Atlanta 6; Nashville ROck 5. (Vote for' one}JrTr.WILLIAM'S.-*." ........ .... .. Agency
Memphis 7 Little 3.
i. '" ; Following is a list of tie d dfr To Beneficiaries
corded yesterday reprtd' '.'bf,' the LUMAR. ..... ine Grocery Co.
South! Atlantic League. Pensacola Abstract ..5v'. JEFFERSON! D. STEPHENS. 'and holders -
Won Lost /Pet Cl'f" : policy' and in nearly very'fnstaiice was first
If Augusta, .. .;, .12 7 632 The Maxent Land po"; .W.B.Ruri- In mak'ng payment while no policy has ever been con 604, 60S 603. 610 s. Palafox SL
Jacksonville .. .. ..11 8 575) y an,. lot 11, block 200-'Maxent, .Tract; .For Justice of. .Supreme Court tested.Insurance Phone 723.
No Excuse I Charleston .. .. .11 8 679 275. ;r J. : (Vote for two) '

Sa'vannah .. .. ... .8 11 450 Executors of Wmf .:tiSher.,,,i djpceas: : Atfs V..J. VIDAL Manager.We .
,. Macon .. .. .... .. 11 421lumbla. edt to Mary A. Rhode ,'iots '-* 10, THOMAS A. CLARKE -, Life. Kno' udes DTDS.Cen'i ,
> .. .. .. ..8 11 421 block 87. .Maxent Tract $480. _, : CHARLES! : B. PARKHILL Fire [) ,
. i :Martin H_ Sullivan to: Ji W. Jfyer, j. B. 'WHTTFIELD. will sell for ten days at les
t tor' the men of Pensacola wearing ill Yesterday's Results. lot 2, Sec. 17. T. 1, N. of Tf"30' W. 93 than cost:
6 in Sec ''. 1 .N. oft No. 2 }ackerel, 2 for 15c.
A 'lots 5 and .25 (
'j'.I !fitting shoddily 1t. made clothing. They Savannah Charleston 9 9; ; Jacksonville Macon. 2. I ; 31 W. 80 A; all of',See.23: 'r. 1 N ( For for Railroad two) Commissioner.Vote .., +..4.....4.4e+o........H.....4...4v ............... Smoked Halibut (very fine) 10.

Columbia! 4 Augusta. of R. 30 W., 632 A; E% of-W4 of Sec. ; per pound.

:t.[ .:. can here now at' have home them by built expert to tailors order, rfsht and National; l League. 7 the, T.'NW'1 S.%'and of R.'the.s'E 30 W. 160 of A;theW14 NW; of THO. a>: IAiS!BAILEY.-;J. AI1ijYA1tD.B. : '' j Iron Works ;::Supply Co. II IIt I Blood Holland Red Herring Salmon! (in 10c kits per) lb.60c per

t .; Won Lost Pet and the SW# of the"SWH Of Sec. 21'. R. HUDSON BURR.. ,Manufacturers kit.Kaiser
New York .. .. .. ..16 7 696; T 1 N. otIt.30: Y.120.A.$3n2; 0.. FORCINGS, and Repairers MACHINERY AND BOILERS : Herring. (in tins) 45c pet
::1 at reasonable N. A. BUTCH. MILL AN.:> .
Remember .
prices. our STEAMSHIP
i! ; ... Chicago .. .. .., ..16 7 D. Perry-to !Sam Sanford 4blk REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. STEAMSHIP tin.
'" Prompt attention given all Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c
V to orders
Philadelphia.13 10 28, W:-King Tract. $75"l .
J shops'.are here and every dollar we .. .. 69&1 'W, 'For State ISentor.Vote' day or night Agents for Jame McKay & Co.'s celebrate Log and per pound.We
.: Boston ., > ,, ..11 9 ( Martin H. Sullivan to Jv ; Hyer, -i' Timber also
( for one,.r' 4 Dogs chains of all descriptions.! Office! phone 123. Resi i have fresh stock of imported! I
workmen in Pitfsburg ,y":! .; ..- ..11 10 524 NWVi of the SW4 of $ i21('r.XN. e dence phone 1029. a
1 pay our stays Pensacola. P.-O.
St. Louis .... .".. .r... ;. 8 11 421 I of R. 30 W. 40 A, $200.: ..... .. 123PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. Maccaroni Spagetti, Italian Toma'ePaste I
1 We .appreciate business. Cincinnati .r .. ... -S 9 16 360) L. and' H. Bryars to But esM..- 'JOHN-.S..BEARD.1- .... .... Greek Black Olives, Artichok -

: your .. ... 6 of the Navy Bread, Pilot Bread Italian Har.
Brooklyn 18 250() Bryas. NW% NBHfof Sec. 15;
i. -. T. 5, N. of R. 33 W. 401A.' $60*". Foi.. dnntyvRepresentatives.. -.....,........,..,....A."' .........v..... ............... ....................."v .A.......A.....v.... A A Tack, Boston Brown Bread Franca
1 Yesterday' Results. Mary C. Grant to J. W. Hyr, all'of (Vote' <)r two) .-::: Bread Russian Caviar and impon<:;

Boston 7; PhiladelphiA 1. frac. Sec. 15, T. 1 N. bR. :31 W., con: M. .O: BAGOETTi V from 75 cents to .$4.00 I i French and Italian Sweet Oils.
CHAS. M. COST0N. ,. each. We the only full line of Fran
Pittsburg 3; Chicago 2. taining.321.15 A, except ;3 _A pl evio9s'ly FLY snnr.rr IJS I carry
: H Reese & Mendel New'York 5; Brooklyn 4. sold to Geo. Knight M. JACOB Strips and Wire to make I cis Leggett's and Dodson and Brown,

St. Louis-Cincinnati, rain. Wm. Herbert to. Leslie .E.. Brooks, J. E. LONG. ,your own Screens. canned goods ,In the city. Gulf C:
, W. 35 ft of the E. 80 {toO' Jots 16,17 GEO. T. MORGANJERRYJ. *- Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standar.

: THE HOME TAILORS, American"', League.: ; 18, 19, block 79 W.. __. :i.ra: t;.'Be\-\: ; ..SULLIVAN, JR. Phone, 1 f. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. den Daybreak Rio Coffee, Diamond for sale.Blend They and are Go.-a.

.. .. 'Won. .12 Lost 7 Pet.f'hilaQ'elphta 63 mont siderations.Numbering'JlOO'.and. 'Qther. con Fqr'.County Treasurer. V.....................".'......."'......."'...''.v.' A..... A high grades and give perfect satisfation. -<
<<5 T T T
(Vote for one) T T .
No. 11 N. Palafox St. D3troit J:. .. .. ....11 8 579) =

Washington ... ... ..I 1 8 579 'JOHN G. -WELSH.J. -
Cleveland.. ... ,. ,.10 9 526 The Life Insurance : E. WILLIAMS. .... Florida and Alabama
Chicago .. u.; .. 8 9 471 thl" F.For rf.

t wccI3Tt r I- fit New Louis.York ,... ..'0. .p. ....9. 9 10 10 464 464 thinking.muddle has'The-started'wondern1 'sdccess public: that to;I THOS.. Tax WRIGH'(9 Collector. .G s.w. iE i.I LAND COMPANYManufacturers

hab met Ba41ard'a! Horehound Syrup .
Boston .,; u ...- .. .7 13 350Yesterday's. : (Vote tor oDel' HEATER
All Kinds that you want. -: jn its crusade on Coughs, Influenza : of
Bronchitis and all Pulmonary,troubleshas .
.Results. N. .McK.. OERTING.J. and Dealers in
;Washington 8;' New York 3. started the pu<a ,to thinking ROBERTS.. : LUMBER SAWED-CYPRESS SHIN-
1 of this wonderful preparation.Thea -
OAK AND PINE .Philadelphia; Boston 4. are all using it. Join-the processionand For Tax Assessor. This appliance provides hot water for the laundry for : : GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.

CIev and-Detroit. rain. sickness.- the bath for kitchen _ _
down with Prjce 25c, (Vote for one) : or uses in very few moments; There ----- J
_t cheap anywhere.than Any you size'can buyIt you Chicag. t.. Louis! rain.. 50c and $1.00. Sold" by .all-!''druggists.'' ; W. W. RICHARDS. is no handling of sooty full, no need of ,spending a lot I

want Do Net be Imposed Upon. of time "getting ready." See these appliances in opera

Foley-(; Co., Chicago, originated TRY BOSSO'S CREAM PHONE, 1326Eseambia I:. For Members Board of Public' Instruc. : tion at our office. Cooking with gas saves time, worry, 'j

C. SEWELL Honey and Tar as a throat and lung tion., money. : The
L. : I HotWeather
(Vote for one.in each district) '
remedy, and on aCQOunt of the,' great
Lodge No,..15,, F.. &: A.'M.:
merit and popularity of !Fbley's Honey Special communication' .
Phone 614. ; District No. 1, I :
and Tar many imitations are offered A Eseambia
. Lodge, No/AS. F. & WMt R ANDERSON. .
for the genuine.j.Tljese worthless 1m I, G A. 51. will beheld": tr.t.day I
District'No. 2.
: itations have similar sounding.names.; evening, .
May Uth 7:30
Beware of ihem.- The Company
T genuine Foley'aHoney o'clock.Work in M.-M: Degree; Visiting District No.3.. !
and Tar is in a yellow pack brethren fraternally. Invited.. : t .
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub C. D., BEYER Wi: w. M. AGERTON. : ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
stitute. It; is the .best W."B. HUBBARD.. f ;
remedy for '
cou'ghs' 'and colds. For'sale .by W. A. W. G. DAILEY.' Sec.-- ': ..t ......... ..........................................!
For .
Supervisor--t Registration.Vote

D'Alemberte.- TRY BOSSO'S CR :AM. PHONE 1326: ( for one) is Here
Pajamas -
: \- :
: 'W. '?it: J. SCOTT. :
__ Ordor attr
{ n.jtt, ) (jiving: In Spain. For County Commissioner. Dist. No. 1: 1 ICE COAL and WOOD I II I and the old problem of

1, It is a dangerous thing for a Great ; 1.H-: (Vote. for one) ; now to keep cool and keep
. :rrCD1 tla.oConsumers' I
lover to with
Spanish present a lady J. B. ROBE Tg. I in good health comes with:
; Pajamas are regarded Ice and Fuel
a,ring unless lie desires soon.to mar -F; 'ZEEK. Company. I
ry her. The' Spanish courts have : I Offlce-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. I
1 11! by very many men as over andover: gain held that such 'For County Commissioner Dist No. 2. I it.We
: (Vote for -
one) .
\ a present was the same as a be :_

. t, The Ideal Sleeping Garment trothal anjd that-.a)f1Ilg which had Reductioqin'i' JNO. A. :MERRITT. I Can

been presented by a man is sufficient W tL J. SENNQTT.
t preferable to Night evidence of an engagement having }iN NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
: For County Commissioner 'Dist. No.I,.
% existed between them. Spanish (Vote for one) ,
at. shirts in many ways. brides have a deep superstition PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8.WEST. ROMANA ST SolvetheProblem.

against-remoVing the wedding ring .Eyu Glasses ,. JAS.. M. ANDREWS.A ,
HAVE them $ ;
t TVTE in $ : BLOUNT, JR. \ \
; from the finger: after it has once W.-A. SHEaBY.For ; ... ................. .. .......... ........... !
JI light-weight been placed there.-- The only occa ; 1 I

,.. sion upon'which they.can: be induced County CommIssioner Dist No. 4Votefor
to do this i id''when guests,at.the,,wedding ( one) I Good Soft Feather PillOw i 11 II I

% Madras Nainsook AHD feast desire pass pieces of W.;'P. BRONSON.H. : .
We selling I C: CLOPTON.' -
the are
wedding eake ninetimes through now : j
1- JNOA.wIaGfl.ForCounty. .': affords its user a soft sleep inducing head rest. i
the ring. of cake r
j These'pieces are t
I India afterward taken home to be : Commissioner .Dist No. 5. Keep your home refr senior ; -
Crepe put "awkest* I I IThe "Emmerich" Feather Pillows : I full of Red }Hart
Vote for
der pilfowsj'.and: the young girl who one) I Beer and enjoy life a- v<.u I

.tt' does this is supped to'dream of ".' JAS. R. STEWARD. are made of pure,, soft elastic feathers. !rqm clean, well I should. It is the h"a''i'! :
and I
$1.50 the
! her future husband.. I' kept healthy geese. The feathers have been, chemically est beer made and v.-r.< ,
$2 50 Eye Classesfor .For PeaceiJJistrict No. 2.. I
\ Justice'of i inexpensive only lOc a bot I
suit ?3't: T (Vote for .one) '_ treated to :.insure perfect condition and will remain tie. Always- the sam
Intellectual Birds. I I
.t..:0.:;-' -J.L.BELL / r : sweet and'pure the end. For sale at all first clis? !
best .A certajq i university .doctor, ';de- ::;... '. I II saloons. !
f; The night dress -. :.'..; ,. J.D. GOSS. f
r jiring'to set a- birdca h r exercisehis -', R. ,L. N1CHEI; EN.. ii. $2.00 $3.00 $3.50 and $5.00; :

for a hronic kicker employment accompanied him ';" >. ,}. ... CEO.; J. SLOCUMB. : ,
i!. to the fi ld., 'As soon:as he saw. the \ : $1 2. 5.t. '.; ; .. Matteresses that bring peaceful .rest-to-'(the' tired i body TheLewis :
For.Jnstlce, of District No: 5.
; is.a suiCpf pajamas.) birds ia nallooe4in Latin: ; -" ... (Vt for'one) Peace' ., i. ':. from$z:50: to. '15.5Q. Mattings from 2.0to)5 c nts. Mos I

"There they are I" :. :J. __. :i'(: :- ., -- -. quito Bars in abundance. We sell the. only genuine

It Th! birds f4ok Jhe ,alarm. The J. M.: HARRISON. ODORLESS" Refrigerators. '.. -". :: .' Bear Co.
f ; :
sportsman, ijjelignant) 'at'the absurdity ; .. '; ,
For Justice of Peace; District No, 7. : '
_ :
of the professorVtoid him of i it in .
: (Vote for one) '
( H. O. ANCON very plain: "terras. W. A, D'Alemberte! : I ; : '.. ". Wholesale
'1b.E:1L4.Nz: Agents
"My gopd. friend, exclaimed the ,
i : CASH CLOTHIER Doctor i t great ast iishment, "wh t' ,

J f. would'' 'liive1 imagined that birds Druggist.and. .. Apfcirjfj ,,. Following this willie the candidate;; 1- '108410 S. Palafox St. Pensacola Fla.
Corner Palafoi! and Mala. would hare. understood Latin?"..;. t.1 .' f from each precinct'for members f Phone: 148 Peasacola, Fja! ,
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H : .._ '-. -, .-----, --,- ,, London'Qaeen. 1 I2I I South Palafu Stresl f, Pcosiwli;,Fla.; the executive-iommfttee. ....................................................1 ...4

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