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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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five Consul Generals at Large Appointed By Associated, Press 1 I five laymen constitute the representatives Suit Be G ,- .i.' '.. "

Birmingham; May ,9.-At' to-day's!I from the southern church. ..:
Under Act i The resolution was Deferred ,to the and Proprietary Associations PAYROLL
p Reorganizing session of the general conference of!I committee, on federation.The :. i; >,

the Service. the Methodist Episcopal Church,!'I committee named to consider(, in' Indiana: .1 f.

South, a plan of federation was introduced the, new adoption of the resolution 1. : ,, .
which proposes that the confer-I with the understanding 'that. lIne/ +ir Investigators Say Same : : :! ;

ence appoint! a commissioner to preparation of the new statem nt' ,bl

TO BE INSPECTORS raise a federal council to be com- undertaken only wh n such cooperation I Alleges that Defendants Conspire ed Without !{
posed of like commissioners from the of other ,representative bodies of :

I Methodist Episcopal Church, whose! Methodism 1 be secured as shall 'give to Fix Prices to Consumers.BILL t t,
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duties will be to and submit. the statement character expre-eive ,- "
I prepare : Methoalsm. ......t.,< BOARD CENSURED. : } .'; ,
to the ensuing general conferencesof qf world-wide" ,1 r Z > n .
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Salary Fixed at Five Thousand the two church_ 'a plan for fedI' t lA numberof memorials were reported THAT'TA'E".AU"EGED 3 I IT ED : .

eration. It is proposed that two but no others .finally acted ASKS J. < STREET SPRINKLING : ,, .

Dollars Per Year. bishops eight traveling elders and { upon. .,, TRUST AND ITS' I EMBERS BE 'BAGE CONT-RACTS' i., -
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RESTRAINED FROM ACTING IN' TION IN CASES OF !; .:. r

PRETTY LEGISLATIVE COMBAT INi( OffiCERS AND DIRECTORS CONCERT TO CONTINUE" j' ILLE ,\" s, AND CAPT. J. A. .:, .
1' v 'i'F .'- 2 $ t ; ,:
HOUSE OVER EXPENDITURES; GAL ACTS + t The finance committee ; ;

no the long expected report ,: .' :
OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT IN SELECTED BY NEW OWNERSPensacola .
i I to the Board of Public : '. '

MANUFACTURE OF ANCHORS By Associated I II how business in >
o tress. body according to the % :
CHAINS AND CORDAGE-ELKINS Washington May 9-f Attorney Gen I IL finance committee. .'' ''
erties for investment and intend' to eral Moody today anno need the com' ,c-4. h n ( In many instances the i ,
AMENDMENT ACCEPTED BV and Escambia County PO manage the systems as -to give mencement of a suit.in. Indiana for an: criticised especially in ; J : '. .

good service and please their patrons. injunction against the < rife trust. The the discharge of former carelessness'f I' ; i- .

SENATE. Electric Companies P Stone Dunham Retained.J. petition sets forth thatthe| drug trust k I II intendent Gingka and J. : .'t
is unincorporated and contains y The
so-caljed man. report :
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and Webster's Property. C. Dunham has, been retained by: ninety per cent Q:-a1l manufacturers Irregularities in the : : .:
the in 9
the capacity
management
By Associated Psess. new \ and proprletary'associationscipatent records, and the manner : f' ': L
of superintendent. This will be .
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-- and proprietary medicines in tur.ee of funds.
9.-Thj presidentodav
Washington May pleasing information to the numerous I t. 'j r'
America. The report which was ( .
sent to the Senate as nominees'
friends of Mr. Dunham I.
or consul generals at large the< NORTHUP IS OUTH. !F. ,I. Bieler will remain in Pensa: t The bill charges that the various to the council last night ; ; ,'".
ames of Fleming J. Cheshire, oKew cola temporarily for the purpose. of associations co'mpofeing :ihe trust en- back to the committee, : ;

York; Horace Le, of Washingron organizing the office system, aft-j; tered into a conspiracy#jto",fix the priceat full the legal status follows of some t ..
is as :
; Charles M. Dickinson, of New which he will return to his head. which articles must; sold to the ] }
York Charles Murphy, of North consumer and established;\rule to enforce Pensacola, Fla.1, a)
; quarters in 'Boston. j ;? I .
Carolina and Richard M. Bart rman H. Hunt of Boston is the New f such requireme its. No retail] j To the Honorable i '
I Mr. Hunt's Duties. Council, Pensacola. ,
01 Mississippi. The nominations wer : druggist can obtain ':g/po&s/ from the ; :
to fill offices created in the act of President H. H. Hunt, of Boston, the new,, .trust unless he beconv s a member( of r Gentlemen-In regard : 1-
will visit the city oftebe ing matter referred! to .
April 5) last providing for reorganize president a retail association, 1t do which he I' .
ion cf the American consular si. ing district manager in charge'of.' must agree to observe he prices fixe4 t6d Committee viz: The :'
Stone & Webster's properties in Georgia former street I
vice. PENSACOLA CITIZENS NAMED AS and Florida. by the trust at which, r tins are to and the following ;.
Section 4 provided for five inspector. jr be sold! to the consua er. retailer by you on April = i
.? of consulates, designated "Con OFFICERS' AND DIRECTORsJ.C. cutting prices is placeon the- list o""aggressive ,\J -r I That tae Finance '
sue Generals at Large," at a compensation cutters" thereafter ;
RAILWAY AGENTSELECT I' and -
strutted to make an
DUNHAM IS RETAINED AS .f !
dollars GRAND CHIEF S TONE' B'OF L. E. .
of five thousand not allowed to cibtain, goods from any ;aB the Board of Public
Mach with actual travelling ana' subsistence SUPERINTENDENT VAST IMPROVEMENTS member of the trust minutes and other II
in attendance.I
and visitors
expenses. They ara. .to inspect OFFICERS L The bill asks that ,.tI'\lstanJ.; Us ,'.ate. yMemphis :Assaclafed, PI'ess. gates visitors wer are weicorned:: at a''!' view of ascertaining i
consular offices whenever the WILL BE MADE members be restrained from acting ; -MiyThe! OOv('. thThe general reception; this ,aftcrnOch bYj. towardth.3 carrying out : ,

resident not has reason conducted to believe and eacl they; BY NEW OWNERS.The I in concert to continue illegal acts. I.biennial convention of we .Brcther "Mayor Malow Grand Chief Engineer!' from the Council. -

are properly be By Associated Press. I hood of Locomotive, Engineers metgtone respo111in'g for the yisitors.!particularly those for
consular office must so inspectedat
here today for a session of three! Only routine nus'aess: was transacted, of garbage and the ,
'east once every two years. They] Nashville, May 9.-The Southern ASSASSINATION fox street their
have the extraordinary power to suspend actual transfer of the Pensa Railway Agents association completed weeks or more. Five thousand dele-r"odar.: I I money, their apparent .. .

: any consular officers, and take cola Electric Terminal Company andthe its program this afternoon and ad- IN NICARAGUA( I In plunging the city into trouble ana ,v ., .
charge of the office for a period: of Escambia County Electric,Light i journed. T. C. Black, of Charlotte! ,N. Nicara- perhaps lawsuits over the street superintendent
I nation of Adolfo AUamirano,
not longer than ninety days, if neces. and Power Company has been made I C. was chosen president; .B. L Bugg, OPENING OF THE matter. Also the mat
nary and the property is now owned by: of Savannah Vice President; W... G. guan minister of foreign affairs. The ter of the suspension of J. A. Davy ';. '
Stone & Webster of Boston Mass. Crutcbfield, of Mobile, secretary andJ. By Associated Press. [ state department also received a dispatch RUSSIAN DONNABy and other employees of the Board of' j|
PRETTY LEGISLATIVE This developed beyond all doubt yesterday M. Gray;of Memph'.s, treasures:'The Washington, May 9.-Mr. Corea, tae' from the American charge at Works. and that said committee b*;, ?
COMBAT IN HOUSE when officers and directors executive committee is to select the Nicaraguan minister, today receiveda San Jose 'Co ta Rica, confirming the I requested to report as early as pose *;

were elected for the two companies next meeting place. cablegram' announcing the assassi-;: report, but giving no details. Associated Press. pible at a special or the next regular r,,

Washington May 9.-The House ana1 the old officers. and directors re -,I'j.. St. Petersburg, May 9.-Final preparations o'' meeting. '
iie\oi d nearly the entire time to-day signed. at I We beg to report as follows: \. ,
for the ceremonial
. two propositions; first, whether The transactions: that have taken great ((1)s) to the dismissal of former *
the of
the winter palace on opening '
th!* navy department should continue place, within the past twentyfourhours .i-treet superintendent, Gingles, your ''- :
'<. manufacture anchors, chains and in Pensacola in the electric i v r s' parliament tomorrow are bein'g com committee is of the opinion that thai J
lZ to
Three
imperial yachts are
ordage or go into the open marketand light and street car lines means a pleted. I Board of Works in trying him on that t". ,
purchase and'( second whether the great deal for this' city in the long kl0t' > convey the Czar, Court and suites to first charge, namely'! : Not returning j
cost( to the government of transpor- run. It means that Stone & Webster St. Petersburg. The route and plans: : to his post of duty during the yellow ; .
tatms coal to the Philippines In who have absprhed the local plants x I I1r IG II for the journey are guarded with the fever when ordered to QO' 50. disregarded .
Aaier.can: bottoms should' be limitedto will make vast improvement, which i I II I greatest secrecy the instructions of this. Council "; '
five or six dollars par ton. will! not only redound to the. benefit I l and should not have tried him oa: : ; '."

Over the first proposition the pret- of Pensacola but, will prove beneficialto REV. DR. CRAPSEY that charge. As to the question of '. ." '
test legl'lative combat of the session the financiers, who now own the I mcompewncy of Mr. Gingles, our '. .
occurred, covering nearly all local property. opinion is that the evidence brought ,
"a" >', Mr. Loud, of Michigan, insisted FOUND GUILTYBy out does not sustain the charge but -,
that $300,000 a year would be saved Northup Is Out. whether this Council} can review a decision j.; : _
the markets while the The election of officers developsthe of the Board of Works which! *
by to '
imposition going attempted to prove that fact that Captain W; H. Northupis i 'f Associated Press. is an opinion based on evidence is a '

the extra cost was offset by the better <;! no longer connected with the company + t p i i t Rochester, N. Y., May 9-A dispatch -I legal question that your committee la .., '
quality of goods turned out by in any capacity. Captain North from Batavia this afternoonsays unable to determine. '
the jards. up, previous to, the absorption" of that the Crapeey Heresy case was- ((2)) The attitude of the Board ol ( '
navy
tne property by Stone & Websterwas Public Works to-wards the city Council '.
A final decision came on the adoption decided four to one against Dr. Crap-. .r '
of Mr. Groivenor's substitute the dominating factor in the 1e! '. it is said the''' will be a minority is expre&sea1! in the following statement $
authorizing the secretary of the navyto companies, especially in this section. report filed in the case to the bishop -' appearing in the minutes of thai\ l ,''_

purchase in the open market when: Officers Named of the diocese. Board of Works of March 26th. :'-
than the: namely I : .J.;
it could be done cheaper I
the I At the meeting of directors of the "Major Bliss stated that it was the ; .:: >
fovernment could' make same Pensacola Electric Terminal Company -"oJ -I.I" WIFE MURDER I opinion of the board that the council// i .
oods. ItsS7eTF '
I and Escambia: County Electric had no right to Interfere" so far aaj
Light & Power Company the old the management of its employees was ,
LKINS AMENDMENT officers resigned., : H. H. Hunt of Bos- AT MOBILE I concerned." .
ACCEPTED BY SENATE ton was elected president of both I Mr. Zelus testified before us that' t I
companies, W, A. Blount, of Pensa + OLD'fIME.1ESiI. the above statement embodied hilt! ; ; '
Washington, May 9.-The Senate cola, was selected secretary of theEscambia By Associated Press. 'I views. i :
pent< the greater part of to-day centering County Electric Light and Mobile May &.'Andrew Thomas. 26 ((3) Your committee does not thinW 4...
the Question ot divorcing the Power Co., and A. C. BJount,. Jr., of e years old shot and killed his wfe! at1! from the evidence that the contract*. -

induction of coal and other commo- Pensacola elected secretary of th? ; the home of a relative today, where: for removal of garbage has been carried '
cities from their transportation and Ptnsacola Electric Terminal RaHway she fed to escape him. Jealousy hi out by the contractor. The garbage '.: i.
tosed! this part of the work 'by Company Robert .. {Richardson" "of said to have been the cause. j I : has not all been put outside of 1
stapling! the modined provision form Boston was elected treasurer of both -:- !tile city' limits, and over a part of the,: <

ally offered by Senator Elkins, but, companies. :' city has not been removed daily as. re. .- .
originally suggested by McLaurin.M I I II The Directors. LITTLE BUSINESSIN quired by the contract. "" ,, i ,
adjournment there was a general,! 'I .(4)) Wa do not think from they; i If
of
the directors
{!'ang that final disposal of the bill I flue Pensacola following are Electric Terminal THE COURTSThe cYi--!'.?nce that the contract for sweeps :f. ling
the .
pas presaged soon. l I Palafox street has been carried; j
!Railway Company: rI I onto as the street has not been swept' I Iaaily
H. H .Hunt Boston; A, C.' B'ount! r '
Tensacola;' Robert Richardson, Boston ITl r case of Quisles. et. a]. versus} from Garden street to Main .
LONGSHOREMEN'SSTRIKE i 1 Lindsay! et. al.! is still on trial: in the: street as required by: the contract. "1
Pensacola
Dunham HenryPalmer
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: ; J. C. lit United States court. (la) As to the suspension of J. A* '
John C. Rice F. I. B.eler: I
Criminal Court.In Daw. your committee is of the opinion :.
SETTLED .
Boston. criminal that this was hasty and ill ad- ,: .
the county court yesterday -.
Electric and
Ecambia County Light Judge Beggs had before him ElIsha,I vised. In any event we think that he I
Company directors: follow: H. *
1 I Power hould have had a prompt trial. f '
Stephens, 13-year old
a boy charged
Blount Pen- ;
Boston W. A. t. "
H. Hunt, ; ,
((6) 'As to the 16 men who worked -.
By Associated Press. Richardson; John C. wth; petit larceny. A line of $5 and, ;
sacola-; Robert. under Daw for a half day on March, '
Cleveland May Following conItrencC's Bieler, Boston.- costs or thirty days in jail,was levied, '. (
Rice, F. ''I. I' 21st w" recommend that they Be <,
between President! Keefe of but sentence was suspended. pending, .
Leadley Local Manager.j : their! a= it is unreasonable
:the I longshoremen's Union! and allied: good behavior. I Ii paid wages s
;tar interest and representatives: of ,W. Leadley of Boston will be i Nathaniel Caldwell for carrying! concealed to suppose that they could decide -
WK; LsadUy has I who was the legal street superictenaent -;
e local manager
dock the
managers, it was announced weapons was fined $100 or
.
*it the strike of longshoremen one had extensive experience in the management .. three months hard labor, In addition! or foreman. ;
V (1) We have examined the minute ,
lakes had been settled. The men of, electric .railways I Irb' ': K' thereto Judge Beggs attached ninety book, vouchers and warrants of the t}. .
141 >So back on the basis of last sea-, improvements.Varioue I no'I days in jail at hard labor. Board of Works for six months beginning '... .
IOn S wages peatiag another conferhce -' plans for the reconstruction if. : -: '::-.. .' '' i it Municipal Court, October 1st, and find a num. : ';. L' -,

: and extension of the two systems are jf.: '. PAST AND FUTURE i! Judge Laney had a bunch of twenty I tier of irregularities, some of them J;: -
row under consideration." The railroad : : 0 .- : : up before him yesterday and :of the teing the following: .:". j r.

Appointment Confirmed. undoubtedly"' be electrified to IN THE, PAST OURUtS.wERE SWELLED WITH 'THE PRIDE AND GLORY. OK, THEIR POS! number he found fourteen, guilty, discharging Section 62 of the Charter reads a*'. |.. .

"ashinston.. May 9.-The senate to- Fort Barrancas at an. early day, and LTIOBUT FROM PRESEN liroXJATIONS: THE IAWIMAKER.OF TOE FUTURE .WILL" GOTO HIS four and continued the'other! follows: T,- .* '
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afforded. 's.
> will' be. two Thlrty-n'ne dollars an-J
? cases.
confirmed amusement
Henry Bun.! Jr., as ,places of ; + ,
taster: at Savannah Ga. j The purchasers have= bought the prop- DAY'S WORK LIKE No.' V.;..?. I costs were assessed. 'Continued oa Page Three)/ : ,

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,! .. :: : '.., ,[ .J""t-.rv-.".. at very test doujbtful one, and that
t ? ) ;1 ;-i ..J. it is very doubtful whether he, .&s :
L- 1' } } ADanderineI
.! : .. .,"' ...,, :' >.f/., ...... :-...$.< executive has and power tp enforce It
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i r' stituted authorities of the citj'oP :HAIR! .

.: 1f sacola may.desire 'it Jlo' I ; officially } AND WE CANPROVE .
; _um "t thought it well to acquaint you ,r
,, '.' a r with the contents of the letter and
I't I ':' \1 IJ '' the demand therein and ascertain. v. IT.
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!j .'; yment'E your wishes. '

J i ,./ 'E: F. t, ot that. Qly reason for doing this, is that' the Ruutts! from to use art QUICK and PERMANENT.iJlSS .
1 I When- I water company can' ,very readily com .
I f I I tt. I ki t ply with the demand of the

f t h ,' .,' ':'J. If ,If; .1 '; ;eten and mayor without. injury to itself, dg&. ,,

1. ;: ; .' : 'r-:* ,r -'.:-;.. t; ->- s:j ans would except, such as might result ___ f r

1 >" 2 ,vjrr; ., ; *; v r the remedy.rrr.'o. from the bursting of plumbing I
A h'V and various buildings -
connections the
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'. Krev' and
1ys1tdans
." '. : ; and! residences in the city if the
, : ; { ,; _:j! : A I!:s-? -.: Je ones enjoy, pressure required be app fed. My

t'A S j 1 t 'ti ;-.J".h.. -: v ': .. .' H sffects, is-Syrup cmf practical experience and the experi / 11 !
ence of those; who also experienced '
should are
*< 'oj' ') ; rch be used by "
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",. v;'*, ,/, pleasantly and naturally %
asA -1 i
l' .... __,_ cleanses the system effectually, would flood many houses with water,, f :c

...-t producing that conkUiM -.. .. which results from the use of the old- and the Pensacola" Water Company ,,1
is not only desirous of avoiding injuryto
imitations and which the children be
time cathartics and modern against ,should so the citizens'ut, also of avoidingany

?; carefully guarded. If you would bare them grow to manhood and womanhood, j7! #J damage ita' that might be

iFvV.yfL strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not t j brought a'gains't it by the persons in _

-;/ ; needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative give them only jured. I therefore' apply to your t
vpe* t honorable board for the purpose of ;, A
the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. g having you sanction.officiary: and formally I

r4tfv Its quality is due not only to the* excellence of the combination of the laxative the action of the mayor or repudiate -

E ft** principles of plants with pleasant 'aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our it, in order that if it be sane[ L : ,

. original method of manufacture and u you nine the health of the little ones, do r tioned, the company may have, yourcommand rJ_ -, _
fe behind it. and if it be repudiated j ? q7 y p
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not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to
im
it may disregard the tr
*..* increase their profits.. Please to remember, the full name of the -Companyfit: I provident direction of the mayor.

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO;is printed oa the front of every package. IB A. Yours very truly. ,

;. ,,, ,\ order to its beneficial *t & 13: :it. PITT, President,. ; tj
( : (; t By W. M, Pitt. r \ '%. --j ,
"i"f '
t %.1 Alderman Muldon1 moved that the

communication and the letter of th'e ,
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I'B..UlCES
t only, For'&ale by all reliable ( mayor to the Pensacola Water Company MARIE ZSOWLTON,
I DOROTHY 980
Garfield
t r ify CLARE Boulevard, Chicago UL.\
+:1 "z{ J .:,,c druggists.f ; : Xt be lei ne4-to.the city attorney.' '" 8130: CHICAGO.Greiuhaw St., Age 4 Tear / 8036 MISS Forestville UCY'UY Are, ,

; Committee Reports. -p. CHICAGO

'. The finance committee recommended << LITTLE FRANCES MARIE RNOWLTNwhose ,
that the : obtain abstracts1 of''
title of gravel mw91'pits mentioned 'in a photograph appears Herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair,thicker than the crown of glory of n' t
communication Other minor mature women. Frances is only four years old, and her hair hangs within 12 inches of the floor, The extraordiiu.. 'J
c strengthening qualities of Danderine has,grown for this little girl the most admirable head df hair ever ,,
the posst- -
matters touched nit.
were by" m child
a other age in the world. The other two ladies whose photographs are shown here are .
certainly delighted
,
tee. results with a
I the'are get ing. Neither of them having.hair that
A lengthy report concerning the would reach to their waists before beginning: the use of Dandemi
IT IS POSITIVE AND '
Board of Public Works is published PERMANENT IN ITS RESULTS.

\ I elsewhere in full, was submitted, by'' is When' applied to the scalp on either old or young, it makes the hair sprout and grow thick, long and beautiful and then
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Y no waiting around for
: w.1 weeks and months to see results, either.
the finance committee\ : Any druggist will refund the price if it does ,,"l $.'
complish every result we claim. NOW at all druggists in three sizes 25 cents
On motion the report was referred 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle
back to the committee and that a 'FREE To l1awUoa show how Danderlae quickly Danderl"eo.. acts we will send large sample free bJ return mall to anyone who sends this adrartisetnecl to IiI:
Chicago wtttl their
name and a4dreu and rd centala alter
special: meeting of the council be held or tamps to pay poetage

Monday, May 14, at 6 p. m. to consider ,, ,
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the same, and farther that the city -

attorney; he present.Franchise -- -

1ft' Committee.The .

franchise committee asked for

and was granted further time on the
street car fender ordinance. The J. A. VAN PELT
passed to sell certain :water front lots
committee brought in unfavorable
an
PROPOSITION TO ERECT
to W. A. Blount, for five hundred I
report on the:. petition of Messrs.
($500) dollars, and the mayor and
Quinn and Sullivan to erect
a wharf at
clerk instructed to make a deed for Ninth street._ ":', Jie report was received Now Located in
: the
Ii GARBAGE PLANT IS MADE same. and the committee recommenda
It is my opinion that an action deed tion approved. .l1-| /
ing away property of the city: shouldbe
accompanied either !by resolutionor Florida /8anca{ Wharf.

street wharf proposition. After along ordinance. in which a record vote Chairman 'Muldon read communica, .A NEW TOE

Council listens to Argument of discussion the question was referredto could be had.. I con: lder-it a bad pre ions cotlcernAnr'nne| Florida Blanca
'
:I the city attorney with instructionsto t cedent to establish to sell city prop wharf matter:- vli 'Il have. heretoforebeen .

Judge Wright of Jack have C. H.'Kiss and O .1* Bass remove erty and deed it away upon simply a published.- '
o" the wharf. The finance committee motion and vivi voce vote. If this Alderman Muldon read a letter sign. Located at No. 116 N. Palafox Street
: sonville. was instructed to assist the city could be done there would be nothingto ei by the, city ""attorney wherein' the

, attorney finacially, if the case goes prevent 'the council from selling latter stated laat,irthe city did ,not I
into the courts. all the property the city might pos desire to purchagg, the wharf. ,at the
Pensacola is likely to have, an additional sea, atany meeting, without the pubnc expiration of.the tfranchlse. thati ; Drop In and see me when you are out shopping. Wo
beiffg' notified and put on guard, could order, [the wharf removed. "
fire steamer ofptrchasing
A BUSY SESSION \ as the queston
such an apparatus was referred and without the executive of the city On motion the question was referred are sure you will be pleased with our groceries, our

i to the chairman of the Boardof having power to stop it. to the city attorney and the financ""
t Public'Safety and finance committee I consulted with the city attorneyon committee .instructed to furnish the prices and our service.

, for action. The water works ques- this matter and he agrees with me necessary finance Jo defray expenses 8 .
t Florida Blanca Wharf Question tion a'gain came up. that the selling and conveying,of real if legal ;proceedings are necessary.

A communication asking for the estate should be authorized by ordinance 1. Furthei"timgwfas granted the gen I,
f, Referred to City Attorney passa'ge of the stock law submitted and adopted by a majority vote eral ordinance committee' on the smoking : Phone 231

to the council by the Chamber of Com of all the members of the council, ant ordinance. .

merce waS, read and referred to the he calls my attention to Section 13 c Mr. Oliver of the Board of Public ,

f PENSACOLA WATER COMPANY proper committee. of 1901.the'Section city charter as amended in Safety submittedthe report of that :_-_ ._ .. _-__ .._' ._,,____.."-i' '' -_'. ---.''_'_---i---. __i'U .::-,-_-:: _
13 body which has
Mayor Bliss presided with the following ] provides, among already been publish
, I:' PRESENTS. COMMUNICATION RE. aldermen in their seats: other things, "that no ordinance providing ed. -, -

Yonge, Baars, Christie, Wright, Mul- for the selling 'or other disposition i- ... ._...."" __ ;L.. "j-
LATING TO WATER PRESSURE- of any property which the city Fire Steamer. ,- -... -. .----_. 'q" ,.-,'-. -,- .. ...--'
don, Maura, McHugh' Hays, Reilly,
may now, or may hereafter, have, to Alderman D'Alemberte moved that :
FOR PASS-
PETITION ASKING D'Alemiberte.The sell or dispose of under! the existing the report of the committee be 'received -

VkGE OF STOCK ORDINANCE-. The minutes of Proceedings the previous meeting statutes of the state shall be parse and that the question of purchasing iz THE SOUTHERN HOTEL
read. unless it receive on its final passagethe a new steamer be referred to
were approved as
.. SEVERAL ORDINANCES, PASSED affirmative vote of the majority of the chairman of' the Board of PuWc:
Mayor Bliss stated that all engrossed MRS. T. L. BOWEN, PROP.
ordinances should have all members of the council. Safety and finance committee to take

THIRD READING. interlinatlons. On motion no the erasuresor anti Therefore, it the city council desires steps to purchase a new steamer. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
to disuse of the
eahl
t spitting ordinance, which caused the property. (Continued on Page Three)
The city fathers considered the remarks vas referred to the engrossing it will be necessary to prepare an ordmance ":<
garbage: disposal question last night, committee.The and have the same regularly t SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
< whea the privilege of addressing the I. mayor recommended that the passed by the council.
Judger I would recommend in this connection STOP DRINKING
: councilmanic body was granted old building on the proposed site for
,Wright ot Jacksonville, representa- the new ,city hall be sold at public that property of this character Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Qulsine Excellent,
;Y live of a garbage company. The outcry to the highest bidder, and to should be Bold- at public auction to
speaker stated that he thought a plant have the same, removed thereafter as the highest bidder,, after due adver ORRINE WILL DESTROY ALL DESIRE ; Service f/p-fo-Dafe

could be constructed here for about soon as possible. Referred to the tlsement. Instead of making up th"}, '

f 20,000 which plant will dispose of I Board of Bond Trustees.Mayor's price the, as council.was done in the'last sessionof FOR WWSKEY OR BEERA If. you will call up phone 490, drop us a postal or call in person,
of character. The Communication.The .
garbage every
I ':: i{! finance committee will take up the chief executive submitted the Respectfully submitted. GUARANTEED CURE we will be glad to give you rates for either rooms, board or both.SAFES .

matter with Judge Wright following? CHAS.: : H.,BLISB, Mayor -
I Among the questions taken up by Gentlemen At the last; meejting Judge Wright of Jacksonville, by Nearly every drinking man thinks

I the, aldermen was the Florida Blanca of the council a motion was made and unanimous consent yrn.s'granted the that sometimes he will quit. He o!.

J privilege of addressing ,the council 1. ten swears off, but can not resist,the t
: The speaker stated that he appears das craving for drink and the disease,

the representative of a garbage for this is what it really is, becomes I SAFES I SAFESt! SAFES I
company. He stated that he: understood so firmly fixed that it cannot be I WbeDAWomajfeeJs
that the city did not care to cured' without medical treatment 'Buy Diebold Safes. :

expend the amount of money necessaryto A Michigan druggist, H. O. ())le- Scarritt Moreno, Agent
DRAGGING erect a plant He suggested that man,. has made a thorough study of essQd
4 a stock company be organized, and so the V'atiouacures for the liquor hail I t
many years, say eight or ten years, and gives this as a result of his InvesiifAttons : 1 -

,down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can contract be awarded the owners of the : "Before taking! ; the Marine Grocery Co. ,I bas,a?>;f Ut0.t1ent inability beadaome to a"bad tree "1ac...otlitis
sleep mores': '. r
garbage reductJon'plant for the disposition agency of Orrine, I went to considerable l not Meta a .f1i: I
stuck a woman. viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally, of garbage trouble to learn about it and became i necuy some dUe 9e i I''

come irregular, painful scanty or profuse periods, wasteful weaken- Judge Wright stated thai' his company Confident that It was a thor 604, '606, 60S. 610 S. Palafox St. I I ifs the

ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness dizziness. Irritability will install a plant here for .abou oughly honest preparation and put: Phone 725. Liver.

tired feeling Inability to walk loss of appetite color and 120,000 for the disposal of all arbase out by a honorable firm. I have'' >t b't f*,t0 get today at lOU draaalats
beauty. The cure Is Prices of plants are anally,based on told it for yews and can truthfully ;V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
population.In say that axy conSdaaee In it Cows
emmger" the more I see of its results. '' H'ERBINE
reply to a question from an alderman We ',will sell for ten days at less
Judge Wright stated that he was I beMeTe that any man who realty!
cost .
than :
W 1111.
desires to be cured of the liquor nab. '
not prepared to state that his l i Mackerel 2 15c. I
coaipan No, < for:
It can himself with the : sHSSsSB=
CARDUI would be willing tA'build a plant at town to cure help oOrrine 'I' Smoked Halibut (very fine) loci t '
of the
and be rid bad effects thQ "
expense, in exchange for I An bottle
a long
: OF .time which the habit has upon himself per pound. I so coot* ALLDRVCGIST'S
garbage contract.
Referred to ,
and family." 'Blood Hed Salmon, lOc per lb.

\ finance finance to committee pay for plant to, ia ascertain hand.i If Orrine Is in two forms, No. ,one thij 1: Holland Herring .((in .kits) 60c per.:
on
Woman's Relief The ordinance .committee secret remedy which can be gii- n I ALL De.\
was on I kifKaiser LERS.
motion granted'further time to without the knowledge of the pal Herring (in tins) 45c per
report tient; No. 2 for those who take the. Un -
on the stock ordinance. i '
that marvelous curative extract, or natural essence of herbs, which remedy of their own free wiLL: A Sa aclne Sausage (imported) "25c
Asks
fop. Action. I
exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female cure is absolutely ;guaranteed ,with i ;per r ound. .
organs. .
The following agent-the water j either form of treatment Writ for
Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses, stops drains and stimulates controversy was read: pressure free phamplet on the curs of"alto: ': We'-have a fresh stock of imported Paint the Roof--

the muscles to pull the womb up into place.; To the .Honorable Board of Aldermenof holism to the Orrine Co., Washington Macc rout Spagetti, Italian > Tomato

i It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints. the dty f'Pensacola. : D. C. In every box is a registered > I P"tteOreek Black Olives-Artichokes
guanrantee which entitles Kav/Bread. Pilot Bread, Italian HardTack Preserves the
r yot, Shingles
Gentlemen, "as .president of the tit a refund of your money if Orrin ;v: Boston Brown Breads. French j

WTUTE OS A LETTEXla : (Penqacola! 'Water Company,. incloseyou fills f to effect a ure. The price ut 11..Brwta .Russian Caviar and Imported!I
MI sumxcp AWTUI FAIN .l A coat of paint put on that shingle roof will "
r a of ..letter a
copy a lately Italian Sweet
,receivedby either forms Frencn:and Oils t j jJ5Ve
is
box.Orrine
strictest confidence, telling us allwar in my womb and ovaries,'.'writes Mrs. me from the mayor of the city! of Jl a ,I materially! to the !life of the rtwf. We have shing .
is for sale Whites Phw the only full line of Francis !
; >
by
earry -
troubles. We wfl seal free a4Naomi Bake, of Webster Grovas.Mo. Pensacola Mr. .C, ,J!." Blb3. in which -red ana green for T5 cents a gallon Hem'11! "
1 Vice (In plate sated envelOpe). Ad&A4 By menses were very pairtQtidress you will see ,that;'demands that at macy. 106 South Palafox St. Lfegett's and Dodson.and.Brown's: sell] everything necessary to build from brickstain '<
WA."TED-Local' traveling sales canned goods in the city. Gulf City!
: Udies' Advisory Dept.j The and Kregubr. .Since taking Cardji I certain times ,
Chattanooga Medidn Co., a.ttattel like a.bew 'II'OI1aD., W da not a' pressure 'direct from man to sell world-famous" household' "Cotfe:Ca's "Oaxaca" Gold Standard I j
'the wells to the
l nooga, Tenn. sufler a$1 I &4." pipes shall he applied necessity, Nfo competition. Position, Daybreak. Diamond Blend _and Gol-! I
by that company; such pressure to pays J1200 yearly and upwards 'with 'denl {o, Coffee for sale. They are allf I Saunders Mill Company,

amount to from 100 to 150 pounds.I expenses .Colonial. 'Co.. Wellsville, N. .hight grades: and give perfect satisf cj j Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.ft .
am advised by counsel that M r.L. Y. 15aprJ2-29 tion. I
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,i iI I r ROPOSITION ID Se Se SOiPHH; BLOOD CfilllCIS I OF r i I',.!i J..'!!:'_;: -,




The purifying action.anl curative properties of"this.great remedy have J fc I '


[ERECT[ T GAflBAGEPLANT- to made today this It enjoying'perfct universally S. S. S..For used The health blood Blood me4icine.owe"a'their household;, recovery S. Se S.saying,is from made,and blood entirely thousands or! skin from diseases who roots are 1 T THE[ 8 BOARD OFORKS f fW ;f t.j


herbs and barks; .which possess not only c1ea ing"a.nd healing ingredients, '_ .5IDZt8TORE I

ftfNGsu'Et3 but building-up and strengthening: properties to keep the blood in perfect l'I J .

[ order. :No one can be well when.the blood is impure; they lack the energy K > f' ,

and strength that is natural with-health, the complexion becomes pale and Housepleaners' Sale Nears End ': .

I sallow, the"vitality" is'weakened)pnd they suffer from a general broken down ;

.- condition. When the,waste tefuse matter, which nature-intends, shall be j.

(Continued from Paga Two) thrown off is'left! in the system because of a sluggish, torpid condition of (Continued from First Page) You'd think everybody cleaned'house at the same time, judging ? '

Alderman Hays spoke .strongly! in ,the expelling, members, it is absorbed into the from the busy scenes at Kress' Six Day Sale. We surely have sold i t '

._. favor of the purchase of 'a new, steamer -! CUARANTEED blood, making this' vital stream ;weak, sour and by"Whenever the employees any of work the is board to be a done a lot, but we have several carloads left to last us through the week t.
did.oiher'aldermen. I acrid 'and its condition is manifested by boils. careful ,
as .
E''F'
i F R R 0 M estimate shall be we hope. : :
inada of the
rashes blotches and other of ;;: f
eruptions .
"Good fire protection ineans fair in-i! pimples, cost of such work

For Durable surante rates" said Alderman. D'AI-I MINERALS.Fishing I ,the skin: S. S. S. goes into the circulation I said estimate in writing or material shall ,be and at I Have you done your share toward making the house brighter M?

a emiberte, "and the additional steamer!', andrethoves, every, particle of blood taint or I cnca placed on file with the recordsof I and prettier? What useful things have you bought to replace the 4 .
Wearable Unspotable means better protection." : poison of every character, makes the blood fresh-and strong and gives energy said board." I'' worn-out and soiled ? : ,

Outing Suit, The report of the Board of Public: to the entire body. 'When Ihe blood hasbeen cleansed by S.JS. S._ all skin We do not find .' .f '
estimates of
Works for the past month ,was submitted. -'! diseases and'eruptions p s.away. and the smooth, clear skin glowing with work atone by thj board any have been I We can help you add to the beauty and comfort of every room- '

we have a dark Received and filed. : health, shows that the body,is being nourished by rich, pure blood. Rheumatism made as required by this section. and at one-third less expense. than if you. picked out the best bar- : "

Report of the city physician for i Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., ((8)) We find that street improvements -'.1 gains in town.Remember. l* ,

cray over plai4. and a:dark solid April was read. Received and filed' : are all deep-seated blood disorders;, and for their cure nothing equals S. S. S. have been made without being I I I You have till n '

Alderman D'Alemberte gave notice' It does not injuriously'affect the'.most delicate parts of the body and can be authorized as required by Section 40 only Saturday'night to replace those d'l-
gray. This gets away from the that he will Introduce at the next: of the r i articles ia thekitcheri, dining-room bathroom and I
taken-withperfect safety byold or young. Book on the blood and any Charter which reads as follows parlor I
meeting an ordinance relative to music:
uniform look. I in sa'.oons. i medical advice desired without charge. : Such prices as these prevail: ij' i

Unanimous i THE SWIFT. SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAT "No member of either board shall! .
Now is the time for outing I consent was granted Al-! have :
any power to act on behalf ofj I I {
derman Yonge to introduce an ordi-;' .. .
-' --- -- same, except to THURSDAY,9A.M.
pursuant an order ot
suits: ours are the best that nace authorizing the mayor ,and elerk: the board i ; i.
regularly made at
to sign deed transferring certain property NEW SHORT STORIES | irg at which a of said a board meet-! q'ableiWareVerySpecial j ; .
money and brains could get to-: to W. A. Blount. Referred. majority I 1
shall have "
Alderma Muldon introduced T TUE[ SEIZURE E f been present.
an ordinance
gether. I The Dying 3Ua' Last Word.. As an instance of this we mention j]
making it a misdemeanor to OFl In some way the discussion j in tie I the work on North Spring street from Three Days China Sale : : -
defraud .or refuse to pay vehicle or!,
S7,5Oto $25,00, carriage charges', and makng: the penalty -: Democratic cloak room turned to the i De'Soto street south. v e-are'j! stly proud of this entire line, and particularly t
((9)
We find
not to exceed $20 nor more than i, :; l last words of dying men I II with very few excep-I ofjthe'ernbossed white china collection. We are
30 days AMERICAN l N I tionj that no bills have been pra-1 j always : r I
imprisonment or both. Th* I John Sharp William dug up a good : t ented to the old standards of .
same penalty is prescribed for driversor I Board of TVork ior ap-! knocking over value-for-price, but we sel- J:
cTMmARDii' in that remarkable storehouse I proval but : '
many have been'
same paid with-! '
proprietors who overcharge.The dom are,soMaring as this. \Ve had to make tremendous
be .keepa In the top of his bead, and i out any action of the boara1. We do a : :

THLE3EII wires being ordinance placed! for under electric and other / several others contributed a few. not find that any payroUs"have been I purchaseand we will have to make a tremendous sale, so '11 _.

mittee.referred 'back to the franchise ground com was VESSELS[ [ "I don't know many".of the last sentiments I but presented that same to the'have board been'"f >r"paid approval without -)! ":we--startoff: with this leader-the white china" is very special ,

of great men, said Representative action of .
i any the board Your '
Ordinances on Third Reading. South Trimble of Kentucky, "but committee is of the opinion that all | Finewhite'china3ernbossed coffees, teas, plates, large and.small f!

COTTRELL, The anti-spitting ordinance was -- this talk reminds me :of the inquest bills and payrolls, 'should''be prasented creams|f' each IQc J 1 :1: I 1 '

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. placed on third readin'g and final Interests Seriously Affected they held over the body of Chad How. to the board'for approval and that saxon coffees and teas, plates,hotel oxide cups and saucers, each lOc t l
Pensacola. Fla. no bills, be
passage and adopted, as were the ordinances ard down In my state. or payrolls should, paid .
.
:- -- ------------- until ordered paid by the board. ,
DIAMONDSSomething j extending changing the fire names limits, of increasing streets,' by Action of t the M\\\ I. "Chad Howard was mixed up In one ((10)) The rule that liar-been followed -, TABLEWARE VERY SPECIAL : ;

Neat and New in Them i I bond of city treasurer!: and ordinance of the feuds, and he killed a few of l is that all bills are'Jo be .approved 3 DAY CHINA SALE ; .i

relative to the Improvement bonds. can Government. tbcm, and they took him to the county by 'the party receiving the i
W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafoi St. t <"
New Streets. f. Jail, which was a big affair made with I goods, Clerk, Mayor, Comptroller and 'i' :j
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TURTON & BELL. !Alderman D'Alemberte moved that .; very thick walla and but one window I 1 fins Chairman furnished.the It board has, and been duplicate the rule I'I'I SPECIAL HARDWARE DAY ALL DAY 's l-

the city take official steps to 'have The fol'owing! article, relative, to and an Ironbound door. Howard was I i .
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. anew ; to have payrolls! approved city made the seizure of American fishing .ves'the only prisoner In the Jail. One night FRIDAY 9 A. M.
Kodak Supplies! finishing for Amateurs. map and copyrighted,i i j :\ Clerk, Comptroller, and Chairman ,,
and that the .I pels, appeared in- the last issue ot the In td him ,
; --_ question be referred to jailer came keep com- !I of the Board of Works and time
the finance The shing Gazette, published in: ENAMELWAREOpportunity } :
committee .
to report back i sheets
1 approved by the Mayor and
R. K. WHITE I Ihlchmaker. f
from time to 'time.! Carried.C. I New York: ; '- ,.' Street Sjsperintendent. These ruleshave !

Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate H. Gingles submitted a claim for I :Advices have ,been received from not, bse-n followed Extraordinary. .: 1

Optician.30 S. Palalox Street. Pensacola. Fla. $650 for services rendered. Referred, Progresso, Mexico, of the seizure by: i' j:I :Memo herewith.- every caseaj You will be sure to see items that you want-and that know no com i-; :

i.--- ------ to finance .committee. I I I the Mexican government! of the fish-:: per petition in the blue and. white mottled enamelware which has been on the 1 :
((11)) The-evidence. j
Petition from citizens residing in j i j.ing schooners D. L. Trafton of/Mo\?- j! garbage contractvas shows that the market only a few years. Come earlY' for the pickings or,values up to $1.50 : .,' "
awarded' to Mr. ,
.
bile Ala. Stearns, of Pensacola I .
the ;
TerselyToldP. vicinity children of Seville square asking that I I Fla., and;the Lizzie B. Adams; of 4 ; Wright early-.in October at $2l&0per 25 cents ; ;" j
not be prohibited from playing i month and that the. ,garbage was all enamelware will be wrapped.
r Gaiveston. The Trafton is owned by' i'i
ball there was referred to the'I II rEmoved under this .contract by Mr.J ,
:: of Bristol is in the! Board 'I I i the Mobile Fi-h and Oyster Oot, the 1 -
E. Shule'r, of Public Works. Long for ,Mr. AVright. for about half .i
I i Adams by the Gulf Fisheries Co. ThQ FRIDAY 11 A. M.
rty for a few days. A communication asking the enactment '!'of October. During this. time, accord-I .
Stearns was owned, by the }Warren
I
of the ,stock ordinance; for the cr' ing to the testimony oj Mr. J. f
A.\\ Kress' tJ'
Julius Solomon of Tallahassee was whole city I. Fish' Co.. of Pensacola. Japanese Sale l
was referred. Daw Of.
the
some garbage was ,
In recent : int9rylew: Col'!: ) A.
a pleasant visitor to the city )yester a : ; remov-I
Communications in reference to Fisff 0a ed by the city .teams.Vright: Pretty, Fine Screens, Napkins and Toothpick houses 'I i
day. JS..i Lyon, president of he Mobile, : .f
trees and sidewalks W"ifl I failed to J.
I were received and qualify the contract was>|
/ and Oyster Co., said the only itj" I
C, R. Beau a prominent citizen of referred to the Board of Public Works, which he can ,acc uQt for the way seizure .__.1w vLJ 7I -= IT later in tha month, let to Mr.p. .; 10 cents, t.

Cottage Hill Is registered at the Mer after which the council adjourned. r Is that the Mexican i: .government;! be __ | Long at .$250.00 per month. A I Values up to 50 cents. .

chants. SEE j lieving that it hag jurisdiction over ( : .i: Th, 0I.T. P ":rjucher was ,issued to Mr. Long for I ; .:

THAT CLERKS banks seized f-- 714i-' L.jIrJ I $250.00 for the removal of garbage
tue Campsche the .Tr L
.Tai Assessor. W. Reilly- left yesterday HAVE UNION CARD ton and Steams .n-a'! .tcvwed them Inl4i V '! for October. It appears that from, SATURDAY, 9 A. M. :

for Ashville. NC.; ., where he )rogresso.: Col.' Lyons also statedthat I October 1st, 1905, to- )MarclTSlst' 1906,! Embroideries.-Sensational Sale 10 cents a Yard !
...ill spend the coming four weeks. The Retail Clerks International !! no deduction for ,work dOlby the ,
Protective Association met last he had wired,ih? American con- "!city teams has ben made fromLong's i One half million yards. It was a tremendous purchase, and it will be '!
The maximum temperature yester. eui at Progresso for particulars, and .. I II a tremendous sale. The chance was offered '
right and discussed the union card 1I i vouchers except. llOO, in the' us away over in Europe. We
("av was 72 degrees at 2:03 p. m. and I question. They request all union men stated that unless. a satisfactory i month of March.I took it. It's your chance now. Extra wide-some 25 inches-worth up to t-
the minimum 62 degrees at 6:30: a. m. to planation was given he would ask th? 50 and Thc yard.Special.
see that
clerks I :
waiting on them Washington authorities to Intercde.The ((12)) On 'the 14th of ''February the i ,:

A neat advertising booklet received I have a Union Trades card. It fishing interests are seriously- !. Chairman of the Board 'of 'Works reported -: Candy and Jewelry Day All Day -

from J. C. S. Timberlake, formerlyof fected by the action of the :Mexican 'I.'j that the city had unloaded I II 01.

Pensacola shows that he is again government as Campeche banks are I seven ships of ballast. It' appears I
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manager of the summer hotel the FALSE THEORIES. the most profitable fishing ground of that a warrant was issu cf to the &WATCN KRESS'WINDOWSn
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Chairman of the for for
Lodge at Tallulah. Ga. the Mobile and Pensacola companies board $150.00 .
Lead t0 Worthless Harmful Reme the I 1600 tons of ballast purchased' from '
I which maintain large fleets in
On account of the fact that the "
dies. of the They :, th3 "Wildwood" and the "Spicer, as

I I Chamber of Commerce is moving into (Stimulating the scalp may allay catching have been fishing red on snapper.the bankNoryear.s '!'l-er' receipts' filed and 'that the city *+...........+...+..+ ++++...+..+...+..+..++++...+++ ,
new quarters on DeLuna street, there the itching of the dandruff, but that and have beforebeen paid 10 cents per tow wharfage on : ?
nill be no meeting today. does not cure the scalp. The disease never Mexican I jthls ballast The Custom House j I !'
molested by the or

Hon. John S. Beard has accepted won'ti ld to quinine or capsicum other g an L
alcohol .
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nor because it is had cobbh stone ballast and the; I The Ostermoor
: the of of
to be result
a report t
invitation: to at the Ladies' Auxiliary j jI.
speak : i.
caused ,
by sand. The
a had cobblestone
: germ or parasite. To I the Iexican'ice consul at Pensacolawho pany, and they began shaking: a friendly I other and !> -
picnic at Magnolia Bluff tomorrow cure dandruff the germ must ba de city also paid wharfage on 570 tons
opposed the bringing of fish from game of dice on a box: : top with a I I
afternoon. stroyed. Until ballast from the bark !"Miranda."I
recentlrJhtTe was no Mexican waters to the Stats. The!I candle between them. of

Vinson, the t ten-year old son of fr.1 hair preparation or dandruff cure, or Industries affected are among tha "After the game had been going on The city In all cases hauled, away the I I ; .

tnd Mn. Holsen, 208 Florida Blanca hair restorer on the market that largest In the south, an\' the question for half ap hour a man who was allied ballast from the ships., It does not I I
would kill that Insidious germ that appear that the city has ever receve -;, Mattress is
ttrest had his broken : to broaden into inter
arm Monday: dries up the scalp in little scales, promises an r with the other end of the Howard feud I anything for removing ballast I Sanitary.
t-y falling from a tree. He is doing national one.
came to the window put a double
: called1 dandruff, and absorbs the 1 up though the usual price paid-for taking
a. well as could' be expected under Capt. Munn, president of the Gulf'Fisheries
vitality of the hair, causing falling barreled gun through 'and blew off the sand ballast from ships i is from 10
the circumstances. Co., of Galveston, Texas,,
hair, and finally baldn ss. Newbro's' I top of Howard's head. They had aa cents to 25 cents per ton. i ,
Herpicida is ,the only really scien- when interviewed on the subject said inquest, and the jailer was the star r ((13)) \Referring to th3 reports to i The nearer pure the air is in the sieepic! : :; chamber the
he had received stating
a telegram ] will I
"Blue: R bon" is the brand of the tifiic preparation to cure dani'ruff.pren : j jj witness. He described Howard's deathIn the Council 'by the Chairman of th? more refreshing be the sleep. Unsanitary beddin's .
finest nt hair : that tha fishing smack Lizzie, B.I'I Works it that these is frequently an unsuspected!:' source of contamination. *
lemon and vanilla extract that falling and baldness. For minute detail. Board of appears
sale by W. A. D'Alemberte j Adams had been captured by a .Mex1 -| by the Street I : The Qstennoor Mattress is thoroughly sanitary, eliminating i
money and experience can produce. druggist 1 ican gunboat off the Campeche banks. I "Then the coroner said, 'Can you reports were prepared J
Absolutely pure, goes twice as far as; and apothecary, 121 South Palafox The boat was taken as were several L : tell the Jury what were the last wordJt Superintendent and the Chairman of| +* every possibility of inhaling noxious gases while you .
street lOc In did not make much if .i sleep. It is as pure as the incoming ozone from the sea. fIt
other kinds and the "Bue! Ribbon or send stamps. for \ of the deceased the board any
others in connection with the cqa'Sro--I ?
Flavor" is perfection. sample to The Hrpicide Co., Detroit ..!t investigation of the matters contained -I! I Is soft and yielding! but will never pack and become o
versy! of the fishing right of the Cam I 'Yes, sir, the jailer replied, 'I reck and In
hard
Mich. in the reports 'but presented toi i bumpy. one piece $15.00; two pieces 1JL50. f
peche banks. I : I kin
on can. Near's remember the '
Stomach Troubles. the Council what the Street Superintendent -:,
Capt. Munn stated that he could I i
last
dyin' words of the deceased was; for him. Your committee ,
prepared
Mrs. Sue Martin an old and highly not say what action would be taken "Three aces to beat"' :
is of the opinion from the testimony -
respected resident of Faisonla: M'.ss.: until he received further details. .He .
I of Mr. Zelius that he signed!
vag sick with stomach trouble for also stated that the Gulf fisherjes'fieet
Great :
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0 1 payrolls and vouchers with but lit-
more than six months. Chamberlain's usually anchored 60 miles off'the. i MARSTON & QUINA
..yfleductian __ tl examination and that he is not
fromach and Liver Tablets cured her. Mexican coast. and that the Lizze B.i I ? his! ,
t well posted as to the o'etails of
She says: "I can now eat anything Adams was in that position when,taken It be .

I want and am the proudest woman into tow by the Mexican gunboat:I. may I department.: j_ 108/110. S, Palafox'St. Phone 148 Pensacoia, Fia : ,
fa the world such of the Sch. Alvah I ((14)) We have examined to some !i.f
to find a good rnedicne" The master be: .

For sale by all druggists.TRY in longing to the same company, reports -:! COFFEE I in extent ODlnion the work the on cement the streets and brick and;,;, ................. .................................. !.... :

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that his boat was held up', and '- '1--
BOSSQ'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. inspected by an officer from a Mexican -! i work in some cases is very inferior,1I .
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I Prcve by change to j particularly on parts of East Inten-I They are Kept by him and are not I :
gunboat in open sea. No explan I I I dencia and 'East Zarragossa streets. ,i: filed with the Clerk as we think ,

SPECULATIONS THE ation was offered by the Iexcans.I ((15)) IWe;, find that the Board of I I record of the Board of Works should

i 1 Works has not in all cases as per be filed. It does: not appear that thelayroIl ,
Glass Sciatica Cured After Twenty Yearsof P08TU Memo herewith complied with Section -I is checked with these daily

CAUSE: OF FAILURE Eyo Torture. i 56 of the Charier providing I reports by any one unless it is don

For more than twenty years 1$. J.:?!1 I 10 days and note the that no bills shall be contracted 1 tor by the Street .uprintendent.' .

B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St, Minneapolis larger amounts than $100.00 withoutlie (18)) 'Section 38 of the Charter .

By Associated Press. Minn., was tortured by 5Catl.j.!. impro'4 ment. concurrence of the Council. I reads as follows: ;:;- / ;i :: .

Philadelphia May ,9.-The broker- oa. The pain and suffering :I Whether the fact that the Council I "All official business of both boards I

this time is 'be'onl\l l.aving made the annual appropria-I I i shall be transacted at the offices
endured during
Ue firm
of Harrison and Com-
Snyder We are now sellingHawkes' comprehension. Nothng: gave 'him w- I tion to be expended by the i i.I thereof, and a continuous record or \ !i !
any today announced the defalcation > I Works1 thereby gave the board power! : ,s& HilThrough
any permanent relief until he \used! ._ __, :I i minute shall 1 ba kept at such offices; !
amounts
Dr f contract bills for larger !
J : tc
more than one hundred thousand Chamberlain's Pain Balnt On/e appli: than without the consent of respective of such business. Each i ; I
$100.00
f)lIars by Edwin S. Greenfield,. a con- cation of that liniment relieved the I; the Council is a legal question that,!! board shall] cause a complete journal '
ot its proceedings to be and
Ut'ntial clerk. The speculations have pain and made sleep and rest possible determine. kept
I and less than one bottle has effected j Household we are unable to also cause all its receipts and disbursements -
tten going on for six years. The flma i ((16) Mr. Zelius was paid $26.30 as1 to be faithfully entered
a permanent cure. If troubled withsciatica 10th. i
a petition in bankruptcy and a $2.50 Eye Classes or rheumatism why not try per voucher of March : in books to be kept for that pur-
I Section 52 of the Charter reads as the Golden! GateRelief
Reiver was appointed. I a a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and see LinensYou follows: I' rose. :

for yourself how quickly it relievesthe "No member, officer or employee of i No record appears to have been I l has reached the San Franclico f'
''t Is for For safe all : kept by the Boara' of Works of its!
Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. pain. by druggjtets. either! board sha'l l be directly or In- sufferers.

How often do we hear it remarked: are invited to come and directly interested in any contract or I'' receipts and disbursements as contemplated -| They will build up a city even more'

'It's only a cold," and a few days ,lat- see our new machine which we work of any ,kind whatever done! by this Section, unless j beautlfu than the doomed one. -
.r have recently installed at a the accounts kept by the. Comptroller We shall watch its with interest .
learn that the man is on his back 1.25 Lost 'Em AUBill under lits oirection. !j progress
thousand dollars which does payrolls, time sheets stubs of the'
\ith however that most of while continue towarjs
pneumonia. This is of sucheonmon -Ton look as if had'lost L It is claimed, | we .
yon nothing but Iron household lin warrant books and vouchers, should;,
: occurrence that a cold how- I the articles in th? above bill could progress ourselves and try to give our
all your friends. ens. "Washday" need not trouble be considered to meet this requirement
"er slight should rot be purchased from any one except customers the most value! for the
not be .
; disregard- -: JiU Well} I have borrowed mon now-Just send it It would ba difficult however, ,
@i Chamberlain's any one Mr. Zelius. I money they spend for Clothing, Hats

flteraeta any tendency Cough of x a Remedy cold to ey from everybody I know.- Y9n-, all to the Star. ((17) We find that the reports I j' from these records for any one except Shoes, etc. : ;.
I perhaps the Street Superintendent -
teult in kers Statesman. made by the Street Superintendent Try us on an order for a Panama
''is pneumonia, and has gained D'Alemberte' I The Star Steam to the Board of Works anT those to figure out th cost of any Hat. We have them to suit you. .
great opputarlty and extensive W A.
; made bthe..- Chairman of the Boardof piece of work done by the city.
Iae
by its prompt cures of this most Inviting an Agreement. I I I to the Council areinade.upbT All of which is respectfully sub- Your, Money's Worth or Your Money Back .-
Works
tJnllon: ailment. It He I think f
t always cures we could agree pretty Laundry. Street Superintendent from mitted. ', -
the '
I!a dnlggists.ill pleasant to take. For sale by Druggist and.Apothecary& .' wdj if 1M were married. daily reports made by him of the to'RA.REILLY.: White & Nix

She- I hope you'll agree with me 11 Saroen, St. Phone. 114.Peniieola. work In his department. These reports A. H. IXALEMEISRTE,

tRY BOSSO'S Strut t fCD!Iccl", fla, that 'W. couldn't-Brooklyn,Life.: _.- FIR.N are made on _blanks but are not p. K. YGSGE: 29 S. PALAFOX ST. .'$'
CREAM. PHONE 1325. I 121 I South Palafai ',..- .. siened so far as"we .have found. Committee PHONE 790.



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FAQE, FOUR THE) .PE.NSACpUA" O.U.R'l"-L THURSDAY, MOANING, MAY 10, .1 1 os J '
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: is Rogers.theaccuser.;, the ;actual. Os '11i..head.; other| t*tne H. oil H.} -. ., --- &ammmtKm everybody* who has' a hard Legal Advertisements

bt tnata1a. JoDtmd' B r |In the chest to use Aver's
trust direct in to the a po11t preslde Wily 1t'!give charge.$ $tblIe; 'OP'o .LungsVffefM Pectoral. Our long expert- City TO Hall CONTRACTORS.for Pensacola

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In an affair ol .this kind the personality with it, over sixty years, tells ea1ed proposals will b, r'

WUuJJInfIJ-wLn.rLrut .- -1tLJU'ULfL. .-.---.1.- -?J1. 1 -.--'-..yj'I, of the actors is of .interest. .is nothing te'equal for coughs, colds in the chest, bronchitis, hoarse until tfctoci noon, May >}h' e",l';' 'd

Roosevelt we all know.And who is sore lungs weak throats, and weak lungs. Doctors tells us the same at the, office of L. Hilton G'

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. H. H. Rogers who has defied the president [ ,Ask. your,doctor about It.W the'formulas!I&V. tO UCk or all OUP 1 W'DU1IU.h 111 ed'ietn es! 3.Lo..Il.C..AieiCo.KaA6.. Chairman of the Board 0? p;?'

I ? A writer in. a: New York 'pa. Trustees Pensacola, Fla f0r ,-
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY per gives this pen picture; ; erection .of a CITY HALLT"" EV'

"He is two person 'tProsn 9 So'clo" : 1 SACOLA..

it ...BY... I in the morning until 3 in tie afternoon To insure consideration rCjj .,

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. he is H. H. Rogers, of 2jS Broadway, !Y i L. C. SMITHS BROS? must be' accompanied with 'a fJhed

merciless chauffer of that Juggernaut check o? $1,000.00 on an !nr\p,

., of the business world the Standard I porated bank as a guarantee of
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r1ruJwul. J1JnJw wu uUwuuif W JWUW, -wjtaij&n.LJ. Visible Typewriter. S'))H
Oil; one of, the greatest powers in faith lhat the contractor will. IT14'f'

FRANK L MAYES, President and .General Manager. Wall street,' one of the most unap-- latest and best standard machine 'on flu market Circulars a .bon of ?20DOO in.a Sure::: r,-;:

xftnjuiAfiruxjyijVLfuinjutnj 1rIr LJtf -ww _.awji.Lw. LI 1 rn n n proachable 'and inaccessible multimil How and diicriplion: mailed upon application. Write to-day. pany! doing business in the Sta ot
lionaires'-in New York, president of a I Florida; within fifteen days after ,
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. L. Brown Pensacola Fla. contract has been awarded, for :
list of corporations as long as the arm .. -.s
_1-r Jfrn 7 JL -WSLrULflr__- wr W5 '-- of an ordinary man, a cold-blooded aba: faithful performance of the work {
solutely fearless high financier, who accordance with the plans an } -,-, .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. is I out for millions, 'acknowledges as ". fications prepared by Fredrick \J'..

: One Year.$5 00 One Month..;..... ...&e.. *5 much, and openly hurls his gauntlet... feld Architect, Pensacola Fh aiii j

Six Mouths...,........... 2 5d One ,W ek....... .......... 10( down to all ; _- '__.1"From In : Announcements Iontgomel'Ala..
Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per )'ear..$! 0( the time, late in the ..after e { Plans and specifications are on fi.
noon when he reaches his beautiful form --.______nnnp..... ___'_ ..... and can be seen at th office of '
WtLru1r-L WLLr rL rUt JrLr7L Junul.rjvwnrtnnnnnrjWrnrr LIWJW WUWLIW LflJV I.
Hilton Green Chairman of B-Vi
the
home at the outskirts of Fair Haven, of the S 1 :
For Treasurer.
County
RATES.
S The Only Pensacola Which Detailed of Bond Trustees and at the
Newspaper From, a I S of,*
Mass. he Is the ideal home man loving appear .
rates for political announce
architect.
J will be a candidate in the demo of the
Circulation Statement Cn Be Seaued.I husband, kind and indulgent father ed In not exceeding 8 lines, to run cratic'primary of May 15 for re-noml- The City of Pensacola res=nes .-,. ;

nn_ r5n5r fltjjjjflJmfl.flflJ--nJ--LnrLr5rrn tr7utUt t tt WLflS of charming personality keen sense The primary of May 15, are as fol nation to the .offic of county treasurer. right to reject any and all bid; [
of wit and democratic ballot
manner
Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers onS.leonTrail\s thoughtful of his t fellow men lovinghis In ; ". Jcnirnal.$10.OU' < .' The support of all democrats will I Estate of Henry D. Peirce, DeceaSj [

I home and town and charitable to Journal. . . l\ 00 be appreciated. Creditors, legatees, distr ;n i ,, !
EDWILLIAMS.
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. a wonderful degree." I that a :.rates are strictly! ash in ad- J. and all persons having cia ms or !

1 W ---- ;L-L-.15f _- ." ._ r JJ..rLJk The Standard Oil .Co.. has teen investigated fore ] and no announcement will be I myself a candi mands against the said estate ur > ,

many times before 'and has I: l left or run under any other con? date hereby for the announce office of County Tress qt uired to present them to m.. v ;>. a I
kept on doing business and' making on the i two years from this date. !
PENSACOLA: FLORIDA. THURSDAY ,HORNING MAY 10. 1906 urer, subject to tbe action of the Bern
millions! just the same; In this in not : I kNNALFE1RCEExec--: :. !
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: stance however, the government has error : For the State Senate. ocratic Primary. April 12. 1906. , !
I THOS. F. WRIGHTOX. '
The weather should : taken the lead and it Is ,low for the: Any: : -
man take a va- H-H"P H HH" $ -S. Beard. a candidate for the Ordinance to Prohibit th- s-.C I i

cation. government substantiate all Its. tion(other to the State;:Senatc la the I hereby announce myself a candi' Keeping for Sale, or Use\ of n.Ha-r! i

'COL. CHOATE'S. BUREAU. i charges and if".they are true ungresiI primary called to be teld date for tie office of County Treasurer ous Toys and Fire-Works :n :1 ;
December % 'I must enact laws :that, will & ; same 'City of Pensacola. I
Fine. bracing weather.
S will ., together with other speak of Escambia county subject to the
and forever evil. -The D.
isn't It! t I : Live Oak Democrat. remedy the .i \ -address the 'people of Es- action of the Democratic primary of r Jh it Ordained by the Mayor: aaj:

i- outcome of the;fight between the government I 'The county upon the political is May .15, and respectfully solicit the I Council of the City of Pensacola'
and thi. corporat'On'win: be
Summer) suits are !in season,. but '" H-H-H1M watched and followed with the keen the, nay at the' following support of all voters. Section: That it shall be un awf

decidedly omfortable Just now. ; -, and places; JOHN G. WELSH. for any person, firm or ('tlTn.( ,,- J
A news bureau has been established est interest by all the people. May : ) ,; Thursday night; May 3. S to sell-or keep or expose for salt ..:;.

It's about time for Ida Tarbeli to in Jacksonville\ with Col Chas. A. I, before "Friday night, May 4. For County Tax Assessor. in the City of Pensacola, any ;o.,
Choate in charge, to collect facts and S toys desgnated: and intendt'd to -.
boh op serenely and put an O. K. on figures"relative to the proposed drain. APPOfiTIONMN1OrScuooLlTAx I your Precinct" Tuesday night, May I will be a candidate for re-nomina purpose of exploding! any expio.-\::

that Standard Oil investigation.Of age of the Everglades and to disseminate ; tion to the office County Tax .Asses- ;
Thursday night. May 10. detonating; materials whether .r.
these,,along with arguments and For : sor-in the Democratic Primary of May be of the shape kind .
(Seville Square) Friday toys or (Oti! !;.--:-
course the president had no idea conclusions hostile to that proposition (Vote, 15. I respectfully ask your support
Yay.11. ,. I ly known as toy pistols, or otherwis! : *
that a Standard Oil Investigation was among the public of Florida. Barren, Saturday night May W. W. RICHARDS. or to Bell or keep or expose tor ,

imminent when he delivered his celebrated 1 This has aroused considerable criticism L- W. M. Hollowayr' state IUPerI.nt.eJ1edent any fulminating! detonating of ex;,...
among those favorable to the For County Commissioner No. 1.
muck rake address. of Public Instruction, makes: the; sive material for use in, or in conectlon >
drainage scheme and The Pensacola following semi-annual apportionment! I i For thc,1.e lalature. The friends .of C. F. Zeek announce i with any such toys; or :<,1> >t.i!

A Chicago nan 'dropped dead a day Journal among other wants to know" of the rtove his who Is paying the expenses "of this bureau I. Amount for apportionment "8.557," (Vote 1.candidate for member of the from District No. 1, subject L cracker, or other such fire-wor: f
or- so ago while lifting a for. where CaL Choate gets his salary 8'5. Rate per pupil I. 67c. house In the state to the action of the Democratic primary more than three inches in lengtn 'Jrone
wife. This is a warning that married and why he is paid to collect and : IngislatureS
Counties Av. At iAmont ; <
Len will not be slow to heed. furnish information on that subjectTo Ala hua .. .. .4219........,... % I primary:: of May 15, and will ap; fire-works charged with any fa.m.nating : .

these' inquiries that gentleman Baker; : .. e' .. .: 712. ,>,,....,. 405.84 II I J. the support of all Democrats. I hereby announce my candidacy: r detonating or explosive! materials

Richmond Pearson Hobson says hisS replies at' length and the gist of his Bradford: .. ..1853 ....... 1056.2] ; CHAS. M. COSTON. for County Commissioner horn District capable of making greater

ambition is now satisfied. How about reply is that the expenses of the bureau Brevard .. .... 8J.-. 331.74 >o. 1, subject to the action of r noise than a fire-cracker three ..1203

that wee sma' presidential boomlet the drainage are paid district by the who land owners in Calhoun .. .. .1 '18,, .......... 35'2.26 (Vote S 1 a candidate for representa- the primay of May 15th. in length, or one-half inch in diaai ;ttJI,

are opposed Citrus. .. .. .. 570......... 224.90Clay. the lower house of the stato J. B. ROBERTS. charged with gun powder.
that has been floating around of late 10'having their property to
? taxed
.. .. ,. .... 675........' 384-75 : subject to the action of: .I Section 2. That I; shall be un ,,17"
raise money to -drain the Everglades, Columlbia .. .. .-,2387. ...I.... 13S9.59 E. primary of May 15, For County Commissioner Dist No. 3. ful for any person to d1schaJ (. r

It'. a wonder, the! Washington grafters and to avoid, that taxation are cooperating Dade. .. .. .... .1419.......J 803.83DeSoto R. will appreciate the fUPport o! I hereby announce my candidacy for : explode in or upon any str'' t;l. ; ;>

haven't appointed, an. advertising with to- influence public sentiment I. .. .. ..20461166.22) ; N. ). : a,Tlew a.ts.'J.
for the to defeating the pro Duval.' .. ..' .5690..i) .".. 3243.30::: E. LO\r:. from District ,No. 3, subject sacola any of the toys, flre-cracs ror -.
manater Congressional BeeS -, j.osed'drainage amendment to the con Escamlbia. .. ...3130....;.. .. 2059.11 1 to the action of the Democratic Primary fire-works the sale or keeping!! :

ord. This! sinecure must have been stitution. Franklin .. ..616... ... 351.1! (Vote I $ Y announce ;myself as a of May 15. exposing for sale of which is pr;, .. :;-

overlooked. S The JoHrnaJ isnt satisfied with his Gadsden .. ..2804. ....... 1598.21 ; : I for the .lower house of the: S J. M. ANDREW'S. ited by the fore-going section.
and
reply wants the names of those '
who for Hamilton. .. 1895........ 795.15 : legislature, eutiject to the ac Section 3. That any person. : j
are "putting up" the
Maraulah, the Turkish wrestler expenses: Hernando. .. 625.299.2 the Democratic primary on I hereby announce my candidacy or corporation convicted of vi-i.. ;

should have his handle changed to of the the bureauThe Democrat isn't'on Hillsborough.. .-.5297.:;. ..',.: 3019.29 tb. GEO.: T. MORGAN. for county commissioner from District any provision of this ordinance .
exchange Jist of Cot '
dictate'sinformation Holmes : ..12M. .... 737.58 S No.2, subject to the action of F be punished by a fine of not cx-
Mauler. It: would be easier 0" ? (Vote '
to pro- i -depot and has no acquaintance the primary of t ing Fifty ($50.00) Dollars or '1.... i
Jackson. .. 4169. .. ... ... 2376.31 May 15th.
nounce and, at the same time be ex wUh itS inside facts, nor;, do we M. : I announce myself a candi JOHN A. prisonment of not exceeding sist.
S MERRITT.
Jefferson .-V 10'23..ff.-.
I 1723.11:
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tremely: 'appropriateRussell .... S see that. it is indispensable ton: intelligent ; La3Payette. ._ __ '721. t'- .. 41 0.111 M.: representative in he lower I days, otby both such fine ancyrfeonment :
discussion: of the drainage the state legislature sub
issne Lake. .. ....1264. .. .. ... 777.4: J. of I hereby announce my calldidacyforreelection r
to know the.names of the individuals the action of the Democratic Section 4. this
Sage says he has finally re. Lee. ;' ,. ..0. '537..... ... 306.09 to the office of county commissioner That ordinance s.
tired from Wall street. Uncle Russ or 'Corporations paying''the. -expenses Leon.. .. .f :3426:* '"9 U52.U of May 15. from District Ko. 2, subject L take effect immediately after its a.<"-
'of Col. Choate's bureati: ; but \ M. Of BAGGETT. to the action of the Democratic ion and publication: as required :
and Sarah Bernhardt are neck and L :what good reason iathere'why 'those Levy.. .. ,. .1360' ..?... .. 775.20 -.- j's S pr law.
Liberty.. ... .,.,'.. 425. ,. ., .., 242.25 mary.
neck In the race, for the farewell appearance names..should not be 'k.oown't The L 'Democratic' Voters of Escam- W. J. SENXOTT. Section 5. All ordinances and ;;> :'
.
Colonel is Madison..283. ,<. .. ,. 1ti3Ul1Manatee. : (Vote. .
doubtless not ashamed ol of ordinances in conflict herew,' ; :
championship.
bia County:
his .. ...11.1.0'! ... 701.67Marion :
i 'cU nts"ld we" feel that he and the same hereby i
are
sure repeal
.. .. .4216.: .;. ,., 240312Monroe. ,- que t of many .friends For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2.
A friend! (?) :of the MSami 'Morning' I Ita against engaged the'in Interests no' dark of the conspiracy of . ,0 ,.:994q.q...... 566.58 J. ; country and from the city I I I I hereby announce my candidacy: Approved Passed March March 28th 19th, 1906.1906.

News has seat that paper a package Florida. people Nassau .. ,,.1283.. .... ? 788.31 announce my candidacy ior for- county commissioner from District OHAS.
H. BLISS:
of "earthquake seed" from Havana. It inevitable Orange. .. ,' .2074......... 1182.1 in the legislature at' :; Ko. 3,". subject to the aetlon of the C.
was from the start that :' E. MERRITT .Mar.. .
1307, subject to the action
Osceola .. .. .. 784,,...... 446.8 Democratic primary of May 15.
It is to be sincerely hoped that the public sentiment should crystalize Clerk.
for
: Pasco.. ... .. (Vote Democratic primary, May 15th,
and against the 873,. ,..... 501.03Polk. A. C. BLOUNT, JR.
seed: will not be planted in Florida around drainage scheme .. .. .. ....2533 .'....... 1443.81 I earnestly solicit the sup NOTICE. .
soit two hostile centers, and it is Putnam. .. .. .j.... N. the Democracy of Escarr.bia Is given that .
obvious that the people 1624.. .... 925.6: I hereby announce my candidacy: hereby on the frh '?

tion who own these lands or corpora Bt Johns-,.- ..,.,1134.: ,, .,..... 646.38St. J. for County Commissioner from Dis of November, A. D-, 1506, I wj:, :' -

The paragrapher of The Mobile I 'bulk of' them- which it is proposed or the Lucie'4 ....H... 233.13 liberal pensions for Confed trict No. 3. subject to the action of sent to the Honorable County I' ';.->

Register must be a Bostonan. to judge tax, are the moving cause and rail to I Santa Rosa H. .,,1648(........... 939.36 (Vote soldiers and their widows. the Democratic Primary of May 15. of Escambia County, Florida m-
in'g point for the y- fitunier. ..., .1121.,., ....... 638.9 W. school terms giving the W. A, SHELBY.: counts and vouchers as guardian '.
from this which
squib appeared in L opposition to the public schools the .same
I amendment. A wannee. .. .259 ., ,-.... 1480.86 5- the estate of Genevieve Parkh: ; i
that paper yesterday: "Spit ball"I number of suits have term as the city schools. I For County Commissioner Dist No. 4.'j I.
been filed to restrain the Taylor. .. .... 819 ....... 466,83Volusla minor and make application for d !n-.J
jars on the ears way pot e&lllt "Saliva L the drainage tax collection of . ._ .212*........ 1212.96 For ; school; book law and thereby announce myself: a candidate i. discharge from said guardjaath,;'

able. that-the plaintiffs and it In is very pro b. Wakulla. .. ,. .. "... ...... 436. 2 for the pupils of all public for re-election as county commission L- May 2nd. 1&06.

phereV'L are among those who these suits Walton. ., ..1673. ..... 58.61> Vote =r from District No.4, ..subject ) E. C. MAXVKLLoawfiw. :
are paying the : law for the equalization!
the action of the
to
L expenses of the bureau. Washington.. ...1879.... .... 1671.C3) .. Primary of May 15. f Democratic GudakAr. '. I

:Florida character has gone to Kan But All this Jg outside the only real 1 -=- ; '! roads specially. J. A. WIGGINS. Ordinance to -amend Sec'ion !K

ale City with a choice collection of al- and vital issue in which the people Total amt. forap4or4Lonment. 84118- $ <<.41 Yours respectfully, Article 1 of Chapter X of !tin' \I''':t

manatees ando genrally have any Interest, and that H. M. JACOBY. I hereby announce myself as a candidate of Ordinances of the Cit> of P Darola.
Fisators' crocodiles, ,. I issue. Is aa to the adoption of the for county commissioner from .

ef (Florida '& 1m&1a 'and reptile J I drainage amendment as a matter oi f in Fund..not... J48597.35Bal. -' W. : a: candidate -lor member of the I District No. 4, eubjectrto; the action of Be It Ordained by the Ma>oanl

which will be exhibited on the grounds wise *tt* policy.. Facts are facts and apportioned. W: .Representatives from E the Democratic Primary :May 15., Council of the City of PcosacoU:
arguments: ,re arguments f 653.44 I, Section 1. That Section 1''117 Article
no matter H. C. CLOPTON.
of a brewery In the city by, the Kaw. county subject to the Demo
where: they, come from or who For 1, of Chapter X of the (COil!. ('!
J( the w era- of the brewery bad I pays Primary. I earnestly solicit ,
for. them. Ordinances of
Col. Choate's bureau is really (Vote The friends of W. P. Brownson the City of P"n ( I
thought) of it they could have furnished doing. a useful public service in puttlng AUXILIARY TO 'JERRY of the J.voters SULIJVAN.of the JR.cone t hereby announce,, him as a candidate be and the same is hereby,nSQ '. : i I

a reptile show at less expense by t>efore the people in intelligible W. .. for the office of County Commissioner : as to read as follows: '

placing their product on tap in sufficient form the. anti-drainage side of thecase AID Justice Peace. District No. Z. from District No. 4, subject to the Section 167. The 1olI0\\"ifll -: abe I
SUFFERERS
quantities. ,- and Ita 'work in that respect For : action of the Democratic Primary of the fire limits, which -lia. :& !
standf upon the same valid basis with (Vote reby announce myself: as a May 15th 1906. known as the fire district: : Com rom i

the literature furnished hr n..? nernor _. J.- for the office of Justice of L ing at the point of intersection r "*
ther&- -------- UJ UVY", : District No. 2 subject to center of Hickory and K. a'-x I
and> in
. favor of the drain. PART OF PROCEEDS TO PICNIC C. For Commissioner Diet. !
No
The "Great County 5.
age. Tie people who have of the Democratic pri .street; thence East along ihi -'*--i
to do
.
the May 15th and would respect I hereby announce candidacy for of Hiekory street to '
voting need and desire to be TOMORROW WILL.! BE SENT 'For my a point on
. IitroduccrilS tm both sides'of the isue'and educated; (Vote ) the support of the honor re-election to the office of county cons died and fifty ((150) feet Ea.-i! ..f f "Q !

LID. a street crowd. week ago, four. perfectly legitimate expenditure'it ia of a TO SAN FRANCISCO.: \ ..of the good citizens of Pen missioner from District! No. S, subjectto Eastern line of Tarragona f' ,"' 1
top and Escambia'county.. the action of the Democratic Primary thence North along a line par: ,-'
men "rubbed elbows." _All were in a money defeating the those most concerned in 1 The following letter. :which is self Very respectfully, of May: 15. with the Eastern line of Tarraj"' a !

hurry-they were not aoquaiuted 'with L Choate to: presenting amendment.to their pay CoL explanatory, hag been received by the J. L. BELL. J. R. STEWARD. street to a point in thp wof !

each other, -they never' saw each other case. side of the local lodge, Ladles': Auxiliary to the For Wright etreet; thence West t a;King "'
The Democrat I Brotherhood of Locomotive Engl, (Vote announce my candidacy Board Public Instruction.I .- center of Wright street to tht f"r i
before-and, in few is
a seconds each in
not the deal one office of usticeof the Peace' of Tarragona street; them N- ": :
:
had-.forgotten' the existence of the way.,or..the other and will;: as heretofore ,neers Second District of Escambia hereby announce 'inyself a candl along the center of Tarragou.. ". ': ;
hold, itself aloof from Chicago, May 1, 1906.( ; date for' member''.of the school *.
all A. board .r
subject to the Democratic to
lived entang
a
point
i
other t fee. One in the northernend "Officers and .Members of the G. I. A ona hundred ;ir. !
ling allianqea on this Issue and from W. : be held May 15th 1936. from District No 3. subject to the action ((150)) feet North of the ;\v"'h !
the city in the "Fraternal Bisters
,or -one southern,, time to'time have its :-The terrible; the
ot Democratic '.
say on the sub. disaster I R. L NICHELSEN. primary of of Wright street; thence \v..' :
one. in the eastern and the other in I Ject.with,no client but the People ot that fell ;upon San Francisco For : -- May 15. 5 5 a line parallel with the No; i.' : ..r : !

the western. Florida and' serving no interest but east homeless.month mad;n aj of our"sisters -(Vote : I anounce myself a candi W. B. HUBBARD. Wright street to a point tv> : :n.r-i :
Everyone is
,
themselves
But, within one week from the time theirs., to assist "the unfortunate exerting but- W. i the office of Justice of the I ((200)) feet West of the Wc .: -:If p: ;
it H. i for District No. 2* subject to I will be candidate for membership Palafox street; then Sou: .. -T i :
these strangers "rubbed elbows'thesethings !1H-H seems to be our duty to send a partof of the Democratic Primary In the Board of Public Instruction line parallel with the W '-;: I :.' "f! ;

have happened: ""lmH our' donations directly: to our sis- t1l. fron. District No; 1, in the primary Palafox street to a point or. ;:.-' J i
ters. Therefor it b
has en'decided
No.-1 buys a house from No. 2. *. UNCLE SAM VS. THE by For J. D. GOSS. elections".WJI. and fifty (150) feet Nori: "i! 't9!; \
the executive
division .
council to
I No. 2 buys a plot from No. 3. J STANDARD OIL TRUST to ask each (Vote ) : E. 'ANDERSON.I North line of Chess: streea.. .. : ';:'' !.
secure something from S '.
.No. 3 buys a piano from No. 4. member for this every : a candIdate for Justice of the hundre4 and fifty ((150)) !I. *\ ". ;
Hamilton most worthy cause."I : in the Democratic primary to willIe, a candidate for membership from the West line of Paa! !--'. -': '. [
,No 4 boys a horse from No., ((0.) Democrat propose: that '
; I.No. ;tlje money, collected Board West "
.For May 15th; 1906, District 'c'. la the- :lot Public Instruction thence along a lin' ;
: 1 b'uys'li book ase from No: 3. ..;a H'I ta be paid to the'secretary of your division (Vote County, Florida. Any from District Npl: 2, in the primary with the North line of Cfaas ''".'.'', ;

'No.2 buys an automobile from No. and then eat! direct to Mrs. Bell will' ,be apreciated from election. a point one hundred and n. ;
-
Bashnell, who is secretary of 106. Her J. feet B.i -
voters. S H.G. DeSILVA. West of the West line <:
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4,. The gaunUet-has been thrown down address U 363 '
:J.
,Missouri St, San',Francis GEO. J. SLOCUMB. street; thence South along .-- "
Each man has foundthree valuable between the Standard OH Co. and the or Cat R. allel with the West line ". 1-; 3
: I will be candidate for membership ,
acquaintances-each: has taken part: president,of'United States. For years "Let the donations be as liberal as : For Tax. Collector. Inthe Board of'Public'Instruction street to the center o;' ,I '
S the Standard Oil Co. '
has' .e.
been known possible : '
In 'three business transactions 6 as America' greatest as circumstances will permItfor For 9'1' announce myself a. CUd. from District No.' 3,< in' the primarye1ection' street; thence East along ,' >-
trust; it has the need is great. of Hickory street to the po r "
want ads. have introduced these fourmeneach been known 'as a grinding and 'merci M 'Cast thy bread upon the te'etc. (Vote re-election to the office of ginning*. .
less -monopoly; -4 S ; \lec.or for Escanibla" count r,- W.:_ J.1.AGERTON. o'
to every other and negot a business proposition S Section 2: That all! : : V:,;
primary to be held
: on May 15,
ated six business deals. it 'pr ba.blr has done nothing "Tours in F. L. & P. J. ,lIclt your vote 2 and parts of ordinances inTn ..'
"
that molt business men would "MRS. W:. A. herewith be the ;-j- "" '
I 'Thus- week in not MTJRDOCK-G.; P. .For and same
every alj parts of hue done. On : Respectfully Escambia, Lb9e .N :15" F. & A. M.
acount of Its Immensl. Since; the : ; i
receipt of the letter It has repeale&A
"
; the (Vote S J, ROBERTS.. Special communication
city-4he want ads. : ofcamb1I.oge
are 'bringingpeojle ty it has 'drawn .jnorc : !
; attention tq Hlf been decided to donate a' portion of Section 3. That this u .:
tpgethtr"-influencing and 'nejxrtiatlng *el than any other corporaUon. Now the proceeds derived from.the'pie lc : .' i 0 No., 15, F. & shall take: effect Immediafei: ;J"03. : I
solicitation of friends I
; here- A. M. will be held Friday
it to face the'direct Its
has charge of at Magnolia Bluff passage and approval
business deals of all sort*, compelling tomorrow to the J. ce "myself a candidate for. eveningMayllth, at 7:30 :
froni .th* exchange of. 'a book for./& I : rbatessnd:special terms from fund that is being rahed for.the' bene S of Tax .Conector- subject to o'clock.. Work In'M.:'M.'Degree. Visiting Passed March 28, 1906.
the
rilroads that Approved March 29 l1u6!
I. has led to almost fit of members :of tbe'ord i who suf : ? ,
cane to the excfaani of a store in absolute'monopoly. fered I I of the Democratic" Primary. brethren fraternally invited. CHAR H BUS--

the city'for- a tirm1n.the couutry: On the'one side President'Roosevelt S8J .'FrancJsco-from the earthquake aid' ire In.. the froEB- : l : ; 1S06. P, 'I __" ,(kD: BUYER, w;,M. C. E. MERRITT, Mav'Clerk. : r

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: 1MB r, By MISS E. NELLIE BECK uder. nay a discovery positive ,guw sold :' J : :>.l
&Dtee and ,
DIDI1 reo -
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... tended in ; .l. :
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where l'
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PER CENTDISCOUNT twokiw, ptmles. liver.a lA
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1 spots,, SBB-UB MUOVw .. ;

CONFEDERATE' : VETERAN who "has her picture took" in al eruption,blackhead dollar of tee dltcolonttons skin,HI no l- : I "The Quality Store"- I l: :, Pr'I[ ;,: 'j

RETURNS TO TEXAS. sleeveless decollette gown topped by I I ,auue Of how lone) : I
Mr. T. R. SmIth has returned toMs { a big velvet hat heavy with plumes ".;;;.u- SMantfinj.cases m 10 Cures,ortlnmry r -; ; j'.t., .., !
home in San Antonia, Tex., after and carrying ,.a muff, is,vanishing before -. worst in 28 tiays days.and After the -..". ?4 ; :
on all a most enjoyable: visit with his sister generally.. intelligent taste. theM tftfeeti we wao e4. the ktn wtu ke l 'I
lear, soft b1**' and >e nufuL No poutble
Mrs. Swift and his niece Mrs. Every normal'woman and girl barm can result from Its use 50 cents and fUX : i
George Stoeckinger. "simply adores. laces and gauzes i at leading dreg store or by BtalL. '

While here ,Mr. Smith' greatly' enjoyed and "filmy ,floaty .white gowns that l. NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tina
SHOES and HOSIERY ; meeting so many of his old billow round her, like summer'' clouds, UNDERWEAR' 1il
Confederate comrades who came from!but, she is learning that "the eternal SALE
all over the county and .bir.-'Blaloc;] feminine" is not .always in biIl'7Y' ; .* **.* $$

who saw the announcement in ThJournal floaty filmy environments. And # # ,
TODAYSTARTS same down from, AtmoreAla kj thanks to her native graces ol # PIANOS,AND ORGANS. lf" .- > ,

,. especially to see'nim. mind-and the American girl's mindas # CASH OR EASY TERMS. :I n j jit ,,
Mr. Smith was anxious to see his I a rule is neither floaty nor' filmy % All Piano Work Guaranteed. TO-DAY! ff ,

OUR old friend Mr. James loyett but that however bubbly she appears-she has # .CLUTTER A RUSHING, t '1'i ,;
gentleman'was too 111 to be seen un learned that man's aabred "eternal & 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. 'f 4 < f ';_.1 '

til Saturday nlgnt. when for the!feminine" is, after all, a pretty tangible 0 'PHONE" 476. .. .i.:t.. .! -,-,l' ""I'.
first time since Mr. Smith carried., if elusive creature with a gown # > r f' t
COMPLIMENTARYSALE Mr. Lovett oft the battle fieltf, at the for practical purposes that is in Itself I .* Positively the greatest sale on record of fine handmade ; :
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H'
navy yard the two veterans again practical for the purpose. ---
clasped hands.It But-tha average man has yet to the recipients of f fare
were lovely
many '
was a continuous reunion and, learn that women's clothes must be attentions. Mr.- and Mrs. Yonge, are Ladies' Underwear at one-half price We :'l :::1 ,

whether at home, on the street, the cf good quality, well made up-to-the; at' homa at the residence of their parents .. : ,
bay or the beach, those old heroes I hour in style and more,expensive than Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Yonge. i
: ; "
had such a host of reminiscences: his own, to keep her always-"Look --+- closing out our entire stock of-Sta Head Underwear :

that they could have talked and: ing as bright 'and chipper as those Mrs. Allen 'her daughter Miss Mattie i
Jllsht! at the time when you need the smiled and wept' together, for a much three daisies and sons Mr. Jeff and Mr. Hugh, so well known to all. .. '
;
00ds 'We give you this longer time.May -+- who have epent the winter here, you .
they all meet happily again, MISS CALDWELL: RETURNS keeping house on Alcaniz street; .
if not here" then, '.In\ the sweet fieldsof FROM ORLANDO U. D. C.i' expect to leave to-night for their About 500 Garments all marked in plain figures i 'n; : '

20 Per Cent Discount Eden. i' Miss Fannie Caldwell returned home in Nashville, Tenn., to the regret '
J: 'I
Tuesday night from a charming VISit of their many Pensacola friends 'y
PENSACOLA EPISCOPALIANS i i to Orlando, Fla., where she went to who trust they will return next fall it means a regular $J garment for SOc, $ garments -
IN JACKSONVILLE. :
:attend the U. D.. C. convention'whic] 1 \JA: :
in store for six According 'to 'the Jacksonville she had !Past Aaistan Paymaster John W.
on everything our l was a .fine meeting, ana1! a. think'of
62 1-2
Metropolis of Tuesday, the following buying beautiful hand }
Do realize' the EXORMI- ; thoroughly good time Higgins U. S. N.. accompanied by a < :) !
Jays. you ,Iiensacolians are in that city as delegates I I Miss Caldwell was one of a number Mrs. Higgins leaves to-day for Wash- .
IY OF THIS: ? What a SAV-JN'G it to the DIocesiaa: Council of the I 'L ington.. ) 0. for a week or two. J .
of Daughters who were ,nests at made $2 skirt for $J $3.50 beautiful ,
or or a jfgarment l1
church, which convened gown
Episcopal
means to YOU? !But then MEYER Duke Hall," and particularly enjoyed I : .. .
take the discount with his besocyMPddriENTS. : ednesday morning. automobiling to' Winter Park, --Mrs. Angus\ :McMillan is visiting .
jays Rsv. A. T.. 'Sharpe of .St. Katharine Maitland. and other> of the many: friends in Northern Alabama, expecting for $IJS. We. just what f.t j <
ALL GOO-DS; mean we
guest of Mr J, S. Bond; Rev. J. points of interest in beautiful OrangcountyR to return next week;. say. .
:'MARKED IN P5UMN ,FIGURES, Be R Bicknell of the navy yard'guest of' :

your own salesman, get the goods you the Misses Fallowes, and.Rev( P. H.j,'I i One memorable day was. spent at "Best !Ever' ,Made" .Blue RSbbon' Sale will start Wednesday promptly at 8 o'clock so :J' ,

want, take off 20 cents for every dollar ] Whaley of Christ church guest of Mr. "Orsraga Grove" the handsome prop Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure .
D. P. Upson and the following lay; erty of Mr. Adams. Miss .Caldwell '&ees twice as far as other kinds and
bought and that belongs to you. delegates: also visited other famous groves the, flavor Is perfection.HMK be on hand }, .r ,: '
TODAY STARTS THE SALE so be Mr. R. E. L. Daniel, with Mrs. pineries and vinyards, and speaks .1L .

wise and get in line. No goods on Soundstrom.Mr. highly of the hospitality she so : DRESSER WILL OPENPARL.O "
W. K. Hyer. and .Mr. W. K. MONDAY
MAY 14
thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated
cpprova!; 110',money, refurrdetL It's a Hyer. Jr, with Dr. R\ P. Daniel
end which enabled' her to aee BO
discount on everything of Judge' G. S. Hallmark at Aragon much in tbe week spent there, in ad (Miss L1dd..a graduate of the Moler None Charged" See Show Window. n. "

Hotel. dition to the pleasures and profit of College of IfaJrdreesmg, Qilcato, will]
'!Mr. L. Hilton 'Green at Lenox the"-convention.ENTERTAINED i
attending Monday, 14
open parlors on May at ;I .. <
Hotel I I '' ..
No. 10 N. Pala.fox'St. Thst-claa3 work > .
20PER Mrs. L. S. Brown' with Dr. R. P. EXCELSIORSFOR ptaranteed. Phone 65. OJ ,
F
DanieL ,i
MRS. REED. -
Miss C. M. Roberts,, with Mrs F. Yours for L-'
R. Osborne. The Excelsior Flinch met last evening BIG MEETING OffLORIDA Quality, r. ;,
Mrs. S. S.- Moreno with Mrs. F. R.Osborns. I with Mrs. A. E. Zelius who entertained I ,

CENT I for her sister Mrs. Reed. w. J. & B. F0&Annual ;: :
Marvin.Mrs M. >r. Marvin with Mrs. Azor and Meta her Lindenstruth.other special guest-was rAfter Miss ELKS I 1" "

the game luncheon was i' .
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served and a pleasant social half C',: '
PENSACOLA .
MASONS ,
( 16ta-; and'47th the Florida', .t. .
WALKING THE HOT ,SANDS OF }hour enabled the ladles to bid good On May I
JACKSONVILLE DESERT. bye to Mrs. Reed who left last night Elk*' -Association will holds its annual i "
MEYER SHOE COMPANY tot Buffalo; and{ wish her a happy, return meeting in this city and a large number ,
Mr. J. R. keller Grand
,
Deputy about'August 1.' of the members of this order t
High Priest,_,and Judge George S.I I are expected to,be present says the 2aaaa aaaaaa eaaaaaa2 !2a m : 1 .

Feet Furnishers For Folks, Hallmark Past Grand High Priest I I :Miss Neddie Stein of South Florida Jacksonville Metropolis.The Picnic .
in Jacksonville -attendance .
are upon Florida Elks' Association comprises
is spending a day -or two with }
the Grand' wdge'of'. Royal Arch Pensacola friends her to the following lOdges: Jacksonville '
,
on way
102 S. Palafox street. Masons.Mr. rpend the summer in Michigan. No.-.,?y. .Key West No. 551 r if.
C. S. Bonacher and Mr. H. "W.I I I FernandJna ::jS 195, Ocala No. 851.Tallaba.ssea' FRIDAY MAY 11.MAGNOLIA I" Distinctive ,

Gibbs are there to represent Mt' IRev.: Julian ,S.: Sibley, pastor f the : 'No..VW7,. Pensacola No. 4
Horeb No. 45 in the: Masonic Grand
At the Hall ,' First 'Presbyterian, church, left Wed 497 Tampa/ No. 708, St. Augustine AT m .
Library
I/>dge. nesdlay' for Birmingham to be absent No. 829, LakeptyNo.. ., 893, Miami "" : ,,' N 'I'1 ,
By rue ladies left, aV home are suspicious until, Saturday! No.- M8 Gainesville No. 990. BLUFFBY J." 'rA &... ;' :
that the. Royal Arch, the The officers_ot this. association area m .f' h, '/0- N "

Magnolia' Temple No.Sisters. 4Ratfibone Grand Lodge labors and solemnities, Rev J. \V Senterfit left Wed>iesdaj ".follows: ;Presid'ent: Herbert A.. l w :
generally stile issues- :
are mere or I\\
J. Clarence
moon for Chattanooga, Tenn., whereto Ford; vice-president ;
steps-compared to the Shriners goes to attend Southern Bap- Glenn} ; secretary, G. D. Ackerly; Wal.st

shrine and 'the'oasises along the !Hist convention ilrs. Senterfit ac treasurer, J. T. Pacetti; chaplain., Ladies' Auxiliary fU '""'\.. ; N ''
way. ;companied him as far as Bluff Springs 'Rav. W. .C,- Lindsay; sergeant-at ,
Thursday May 10,1906 <> where she will visit her father until arms. .Dr. Hugh Mosher.' TO THE B. OF' L. E. N lU'
f'l.
CLOTHES VS. WOMANIN he returns. The address of welcome will be Refreshments.Prize fU N
forthe benefit of MAN'S EYES. delivered by Maj. J; S. Maxwell of
Pearl Home. If anybody doubts the tremendous Mrs. W. D. Chipley has-go $ to attend this city, and the response will be 'Good Music.Contests. w fli'i; NtFr "
Eagan effect; of beautiful feminine clothes, th.3 Southern Baptist: Convention made by President Ford. .
b.3, should.have observed how the in Chattanooga, Tenn. r.a.ter. Mrs :pancing.Boa.ting r v
Musical Program business homeward brat, and Bathin'g. }1f Styles ,
weary men Chipley will go to Marshall JJ. C. to LEAVE CITY 2:30, m '
REFRESHMENTS SERVED FREE. TRAINS WILL
"sat up and took notice" of the pretty spend the summer, not returning to
clothes worn by the society women Pensacola for several months. t! 5:30, and 8:30: P. M. : ro to ;
and girls going end coming in the 1' +- i I POWELTON I ISpecial The committee: reserves the rightto :"

neighborhood of Palafox and' Gregory Miss Sara Dannheisser leaves this reject all objac ionable parties. g :
ideas
during a recent afternoon reception. morning to nurse a friend In Mobile. :_ q !I' such a$ we show will lift your above

"Elegant!" "Swagger!" "Fresh asa through a' surgical ordeal. Th Journal. PRIZES. the ordinary. There is a characteristic air s' ffU .
morninggl ry.t&! "Gee! But that's a --+-, I to ? 'Prizes will be' awarded as fol'ows: ru N
of Waists that appeals to
dandy!" and }!'SayI didn't know Mrs. M. E. Battes returned Tuesday plc-iv Best unmarried dancers-Lady, about every one cur fU
HONEY the old town could boast so many night from Tampa where she i pocketbook; gentleman, parasol every lady who wants a Waist that's different
present but not as many ro
crowd was &
pretty womsn! were some" of the involuntary went at the close of the U. D. C. convention AU seemed to enjoy the Best married dancers-Lady, em Our
expected.
ejaculations. ] as shirtwaist pattern gentleman hJ
in Orlando. Mull.; broidered ; .
much. Mr. J. !I. ns
And those m?n never dreamed, ap day very necktie.
parently, that it was the clothes-the Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Yonge havrvreturnea' ] and Mr. C. G. Wilson furnished plenty etooking baby boy under three W '. ,

combination of crisp, new, fresh looking from their honymoon trip! of ,11$11 for dinner. ars--pap spoon. Best looking 'girl m Royal Waists ,
Beck caught two stur-
well made gownshats gloves and whichh,included :Mr. Jeanie and j
delightful visits Jnashington. of 'baby-Knife, fork spoon.
in theConib. iohoes-that.they'were.admiring.. \\ 'New. 'York, Buffalo' ant: tons which w -curiosty to most Winner boy's foot race-Ball and .:
\For. in several inafances.they wereapproaching Niagara Falls, and to 'Mr, and Mti 'the crowd. .bat.. j
the objects .of, their admiration P. A. Buck in St. Louis where. they i Mr.- J. M. Mullhvs, who has been visiting Winner girl's foot race-bottle! m! are perfectly made, perfect fitting. They give
from th rear and. had not I, homefolks for the past two1rEeks cologne. the wearer that satisfactory feeling that theyare inK
night for Anniston -
left Sunday !U
theirfaces.
ssen
This was .the case when one man I Ii : Ala. His relatives and many Most popular c.andtdate-stag horn fU as neatly dressed as any with whom they
i inkstand.
nudged another and said'Tfow, whyion't I friends' regret that he was called back( Handsome rocking chair will be raffled may come in contact. Why not buy a.Royal ? fU '

(I-er Ilka all women those three look bright daisies and?" chip "The Best is What We SeU'Pin so Mss soon.Mary Wilson spent several Hon oft Jno. S. Beard will make an address -' t fU They are as reasonable as the shoddy kind : "

uiEing And I and wondered aole. to if pay he the would bills for be days Miss In Jessie Pensacoa Praither.last week.Miss Francis at 4 o'clock.NOW N Price, 1.25 to $9.00.

2 Ibs for even one womanto' look, so well- Reed, Mr. Joe Cooper and Mr. Will I m
ind continuously -if"she was his wife Black, all of Pensacola, spent Sunday READY ftiI

or I daughter wondered?' if any"uof' those men, Money here.1Miss Maude Jennings of Muscogee, Sesari's Bath HuseEverything : m WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. mN

all of whom were- enth\I3'ed-in fact visiting her grandmother Mrs. J. *
sere transfigured fcy the sight of a II H. Mullins. first-class and
25 cents.
number of well, dressed: women really :Mrs. Mull'ns and daughter Miss j Successors to Green &: Watson. N' .

enjoy seeing their own women I Lena, were business visitors to Pen up-to.-date. 1
folks as well dressed as they can! Pickles i iI i sacola last week.. --, I I 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. m .
really affortf to.have them dress? Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hardy were ,
I know, .there are -some' rare husbands in town Friday OIl business. t1222222eaeeaa aaae8eee222a1i
and fathers-who cheerfully and Miss Mattie Wilson has been ill for I

This is some of the gladly furnish"all the money really The celebrated pin money several days but is now convalescent.j' Smoothest and ', "
ended to' dress their wives and pickles are made by Mrs. E. Q. Mrs. J. H. Mullins Miss Marye:Mul Ii IiBest i '
aughters! as well as. their Incomes I l' LurLine Butler Mr. John .
finest, clearest honey Kidd of Richmond, Virginia, ins; bliss CJ.IC: cI S
will honorably permIt. And I know.
only too wall that ther .are wives and are the finest thing in the I II Lowe and Mr., Mr.Bob B. Lowell Allen, Mr.spent John Tuesday Muliins on Ice Cream I A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. ... ... ..... .. ... ... .....$5.00 ,
we have ever seen. of -who I A good 8-day,Parlor Clock,. whir\ alam ( .oo
whoever daughter
do not appreciate heard\ 'their a opportunitiesin way of pickles you can get. i:I'' the Miss river.Butler returned to her home in 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.75 to... . ..... :.. ... .. ... ... .. ..J5.00 r' '

It will be delicious the sartorial-,sufficiently! to save I We hate them in i Pensacola Wednesday. Repairing at reasonable prices ,

their husbands" from--embarrassment. .Mr.! Charlie Seals of Pensacola, and Sodas J. F DAVIS, JEWELER, at Cce'a Eoeh. Store11wMETHOD -

served with your But if she is; ,or was when he mar [ Glass Jars : spent last week with relatives here. ;

ried her. a .normal _woman, he has Miss.F1orence Thatcher of Roberts! that ever tempted the -
breakfast biscuit. probably starved her natural cravingfor Miss Marye Mullins last
I called on of frozen
of lovers
palate
his admiration ,.until. it is mummi I

for fied.love Ana-!expressed the wife 3orec who spoken Is starved approbation'i.s I at 15c i i iI Friday..Mr.Brents Buford- last Allen Sunday.visited his parents what delaefes you want are here-just and when LAUNORtPHONE f

at> want, tnem. Cream
: "become you
bound to ; a .
Fonda Seals was pleasant visitor -
&Ir. a
-- mummy orb,humming bird; I We.have also a supply of thisseaaon's .' here Sunday.' and packed'sent'to'any your home.quantity. 1186 'E: Ylf. LAWRENCE, Prop. He I 'WEST ROMMUST
!
Extravagant H vulgar. 'No woman Honey and it is 'sweet "*
Given to Die. f
up
is wen the dressed'means who of the,.la husband dressed 1 beyond or I honey"too?!.at,. .. .,. .: ,.-t2V2c :"B"; "Spiegel 1204 N, Virginia St. .- ', '

rather who supports heK It is not: Eyansville, Ind, writes: "For- overflyg.years Hot. Biscuits and Rolls every
Sol Gatin & Go only, "bad "foQn:' J1\l.1.JL woman's ex-: I I was, troubled with kidney morning a. f o'cl lock.
affections which caused
travaganca.in dress orpther matters agd bladder Baseballeverything Goods.Itefe .
may, and usually does .seriouslyIn- mg much pain and worry I lost,fles'aEdwas ,l I
The Pure Food Store, volve the business ,reputation of the.I all run don-and a.year ago U for the baseball players from balliauniform.
husband or father,not,to, mention her, ROSEN All ,& GERE IDS,, had to abandon. work entirely. I had I Bails from 5 cents to $lBeta 10 to 75 .
individual good1: '1' PUte. ; three of the best physicians who did Kandy Kitchen Cafe.I i C"cents; 11un..2'? cent to f'2.75; Fielders Gloves 25 centsto
Souttmesi Corner filtin and l tell/udi own ,
and.I,
good was practically giv- -
$5.00.
me
Is no
The abs r Ui''of overdressing : 5250; 'Catcher's Mils 25 cents to
The Grocers, die.Foley'a, Kidney Cure
.Jmuent today Fancy p''up to ;
Phones,[418 'ics than, even conspicuously lastiyear, and will become';. ; vas recommenced and .the first bottle 04 S./:Pal fox. Phone 999 CO "' oCk.s-tCre.

less 'frequent as. education becomesnlversaL' Phone ",. Pb4iaoola... ;aTB'ine"', : great bottle;JelIef..I;was:and entirely after taking'cur *>*.*. =SS. 213 ...tll FalMfot SlrMt. Pen *cofan
.who wears the second I
The "woman .
the one i 4- For, sale;:.}y.W A.D'Alemberte. L I
I full dress ou tie strc.et-Uke :




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::i"j:: : WMI __ J : :M4t). 4-Room House Renting !POf( $tallle FOR. sALE'. ij ::1

; Ounce of Prevention is Worth Pound oi f REAL ESTATE
"An
i For $84 Per.Year -. ... .. 6 'room' house' and store,' No. 700 H. MARKET
.
i i. .'- ., .i/. Wright'..- .:. ..... .. --, .. '$13W.
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., Beautiful corner lot, corner Zar-
$600.00Thlswlllpayl5per ; .!' j7";'' regossa and Florida. Blanca ,Sas $85Q. SPECIAL OFFERINGSHOOTOM

,Lot 171:170: close in W. -Intenden-
Ne "
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:4 Watch Your v* .frr ,*.. *"- Lots 13.-to 19 inclusive-of", : .block cia. :"> .., _. -.,.. .. .-* ?.- ... .?650& I ...OF'...
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< "n" '5' l 1ate.cornerJaeksOn and 16th ava-

: f '. i cent. 57, Belmont. ', tract. must. 'be .soli.tit: tl nue, .,; ,. :.i . ., ,i ... .$2000 &

; ;' 'Gradually i sn'g in the world and then v ascertain once/ .... ;;,:" :'\, : :,. .. ..' ." 12 room 2 story residence near Con WATSON.
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t federate monument all conveniences .

? ; they are doing It.. In ,nine cases out of ten you-will E. BROOKS We-Vafmove'ln: a few days to the .', '. .- .-.- ..... .. .- .$3150 insurance
: \. lot on East Leading Real Estate, Rental and Agency.
home
;" "Of'DeLung Elegant arge
;they have purc.ha'sed.their own ,little homes. of ten : {
1 f ": 462 Fiiher ,Building corner .,.. .an' ..Government. H'lU.: .-. '. . .-. . ... .$5500:)
*
> f.-
, ,',. easy terms while their enterprising, .neighbor is, streets. "What's 'gQcdeiloiiih for :-6 room cottage 'East Jackson $12,500.00 .store 'buildings and a dweHing containing 6 rooms near
j" : : paying rent. '- : \ j .. .' str et/.. '. .. .. ... .. .. .$1500 Union Depot A fine investment.
y f others- i i? gcod: 'enough, for,. us.1 'Ourpresent' '4 room cott2g3, E. LiRna, bar
$2,500.00-0pe -of- the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
-L' A word to the wise is sufficient. Those. :who do HOMES FOR SALE: ".'office..' wjlKtntnVbe'. -1- \ f- renk I g .!n.-.. : -. . .. . ':..$1050 each 40x137% feet. .

f- already own their own home shoui:l4 see our.list- oJ . .; .&tYIc...: or; 2 cottages at Fisherville! and 3 los: $3,800.00- yery desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offeredfor

\ Summer cottage of she rooms near .. ': ,:-. ; foil: .. ; . : . .$1700 short' tln e' only..
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i-> one .on it-for yon W 'll'be glad .to see. you -,in. : ; If you want to borrow money on
North Palafox
! linemen Little Bayou..1400Five --.r-: .,."". -s-'t.- t- : ::.. : J, $6,300 00-Large 2-story dwelling on oa corner.
-, office for room cottage with bath N. ;>' real ''estate-- security,. We- can let you ''dwelling N. St. Lot 80x125 feet
or write us. formation ; ., :;; A -. $2,500.00-.room' Hayne
:
! St., near .depot,,. .. :.$18M : have ,it at 7 and 8 per cent interest. $3,350.0v-Nce: roomy dwelling with large lot, stables and out houses
: Beautiful 8 room-2rstory'hbusenew LUt your property wih; us for sale. in excellent location on DeVilliers St.

IjPensacola.lnv modern' E. ''Cervans', : .*$300i) McDavid41ye C6thfiI i Y, I $5OOO.OQ.-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line on N.

FOR RENT." : -', 1 S. BROWN\ & CO. !: Barcelonai'.SL
i: '.7 / : V. Agents: New York- .: .

.j stment COmp Five,room-cottage' -,519 'E. Gregory Life Insurance' 'Company. : "We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building., PHONE 54 Nfr.. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "U"
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R. R. shops. ,-.. _. ; .....$S.OO -
S E. Government'Street..
::1k} I H. H. D'ALEMBERTE ... '
City Manager.V' .. I
; i C R. YAEGER Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.'
I W. B. KKOWLES, President g. B. ., HOTELS I
SIMPSON, ,_, ,
1pr tJw.pt a w 'u' ra nwwut ,
J.L STIllMAN No. 202.Theisen Bid9..Phone 636. '
j V-Pris. tnl Ceo. Msnster. KNOWLES BYtS,' -- 3
I: FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads: Florida.;:

r Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments.H Wanted Rates $2.00per day. Nice rooms
HELP wrw.wJwu'nnjw WflW W good beds table the best J. :M. Ter I

-| 215 South Palafox Street Pensiicola, flo ; i I, __ WANTED. ,_. ',> _...' ._......... WANTED-To do your" paintin'g, glazing .,I tell -Prop. 17apr A Home Savings !

{ I I. \/ -Colored girl for: .general glass; staining,' grain ng, Hard' HOTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day.
|, housework. "42 ,West Greg. oilfinishing and Satisfaction ,
: Apply. paper hanging. Special rate by week. Sp cal: at- .
1 PAY I INDUSTRIAL
FL AMERICAN PEOPLE INSUR.ANCE
j i St. lOmaylw guaranteed. James Blevins !. tention .to traveling men. Free'sam OVER 10,000,000;

F'OR $ I I contractor, 613 W. 'ZarragGssa( bt9maylw pIe :room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop.,; AND ,ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND
L These are I-S tied woman for nurse. ; DEATH..
List of Property for Sale ;. Apply 701 North, Palafox St. 9may J5apr- ,' _ _ :

.Wilson. & Co. j I ---: WANTED & RE1\'T. OR.BUY a small HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open''all the
r GENUINE BARGAINS One block on 'proposed I -A ;ood 'nurseT Apply C. cottage on water front Either on I year. American and European; plan. American Life Insurance Companyis
,line. New City H. Turner,. corner Strong and Bay
bay shore or on qne'ot e bayous. Address 'I Special summer rate:;;.. F'rst-class" in
.
k Modern Home with % block of Texar and under fence. Sts. 8may .
'
tfl'ound: on East Hill car line ,, One half"block-on Lakev ; H B., care JOE.".la1.. 9may L ev ry respect. Pleasant and convenient the,only straight life, legal reserve company organized In Florida.
$3000. in .settled -A good cook. Apply at .. I : Mrs. T.; L. Bow n. Prop.. Pen-
neighborhood once to Mrs. J. E. Turtles Fort Bar* WA.\"I'ED-The public! to know that eacola. Fla; loapr HOME OFFICE TAMPA. CAPITAL. STOCK $500,000
, Seven room house with % block of road very cheap 'at.. the Pensacola Building Association LI

! ground near Stoddart's. (Will carry One-half block ((12 lots) 8may:;; has decided to follow the lead of the THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms ISSUES ENDOWMENT. ; LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000
I. mortgage of $2300 on this property.) houses renting for $5.00 :: progressive inenbave' -
:- man about 20 yeas'to young established good b'eds.) Free baths and sample
$2800. room for seven more do do 'general work and coHect.'i that modern- 'and up-to-date room: $2 per day. Special attention Pensacola Office_ Brosnaham Building

. ": Vacant lots near East Hill car line room Two Ind.large hall lot's house and a 'Must be well recommended and: thoroughfare' DeLuna street, and that tc'traveling men. J. R.. Brown, Prop., | ,.""..,,.;: .'>'i:, .:<: =.r;:,,,, ,,:!,:;n intSBB g r.::! "'='.,3J
from bOnd. Address .1. Journal. they are uptodate'and: -m dern firm; DeKuniak. Springs.. Fla. 13l.mriAi :: '
per month;: if sold at ..
.
have taken --I
I offices at :SlO'-sDeLuna Si., .-
$175 AND ;
: UP.
One nice five roomed [ I and are ready to serve the public In ; ; HOTEL, CHIPLEY\ )p" : i For Farm Tunentine or I Board and Rooms.
Northeast from Stoddart's place an locality with 37' lot '
: foot WANTED the building line. Any gen'eralcontraat. depot Large and well lighted nWJ-flnrflflt .tuVWmrrarnr'_ ,tnr t 3
f entire black . . To jollclt'I ; .
at. "'! $10.00per.nontn.. ,. t'H% 1ing, repa'r work, a "specialty rooms. .Fre .sampl.e! room. Meals atall Timber Lands
for' the modern workinoln" of plans
One-half thejp LARGE, AIRY, COOL and comfortable
r $500. an arpent and Will j and specifications' furnished with' hours. Special attention to trav- LARGE OR SMALL. QUANTITYCall
benefits! es-
pay you.weekly for
house, in central of rooms rent during summer ai
Lots near St John's cemetery from part case of sckness: or accident. Takes' timates on short notice. Jas. M.Uohnson elin'g men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug-; flOr Address 18
shade and fruit trees Miss Taylor's, West Jackson St.
; $30.to $75. On any of this property I Vacant lots in any part of the balance of- the family in,] .Mgr., L. Red nfiack, Asst. gle,. Prop. ISmarlm..I Turner & Aymard 4may.
'. will loan two-thirds of the purchase'price of death the best Ig!. Smay HOTEL-Carl ,
at prices that will take. fraternal organ: CHIPLEY Setterlind j Real Estate and Abstrat Co.
at market interest. in the country.' Apply'at No:! Prop..' Special attention to commer.,' FURNISHED
vestments that will net P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Fla iI i ROOMiS-Centrally lo-
W. Zarfagossai 'between 9' MOYER; on the sq ar f has a first- Free I
street I cial travelers. sample and bath
on the money invested. cated. Best rooms in the city; cool
f: THOS PEBLEY -FOR RENT. m. and 3 i p. m. .6may2w 'class meat market and handles noth- rooms.' Large rooms with good be in'g but the best of everything. AU .
$2 day. 13marla '
per St.
Ten roomed house ce kinds of I ,, LOST 4maylm
vegetables ,
,flne'antl
completeline
unexcelled -First class dlnln'g' room ....
: and for a of BAY HTEL.-Open sight and day. : OLD MILL INN-Oa front.
.. 'CORNER fancy groceries: 20 lbs. Standard bay Open
PALAFOX
AND ROMANA boy. Apply at once 18 W. Jackson
< on street car line. $35,00 I .Granulated Sugar $i. 'When you I. European pfen. Rooms light' and LOST-On W. InteridencTa treet. long June 1. Large, airy and delightfully -
4may
STREET UPSTAIRS. Five'roomed house 'want.thebest "go: the East' End un-tth: clean.: Transient trade solicited. black collecting book, containing receipt -' cool Good' fishing, bathing ani;
.
;.' large yard and nice out I date meat market' and grocery store.; 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nicolau, book and bills. Return to Home boating. First class table. On electric .-
)-A 'smart l r
ble, etc., $20.00 .per' month' 1, young1lady i or; :rhone 718. :v 8maylw. Prop.:. Art Co. lOmaylw* car line, 15 minutes ride from cIt;
Vho ,has'j
man .
If what you want is not young stenographer, ,
--'-- --
; NessiollalDirectory call us up by phone 234 j and gOOd education.: Sal- LOST 'Pin, about inch in diameter Regular hoarders and transient-!
,. WANTED-To loan Terms reasonabfe. Address Old MIl
$10ff'to cad
,: see, us at.:30: S. Palafox I $10 per week; give name of last! $200 miniature lady's head on procelain,
JIiuosFANAIdAS.Panamas Inn Pensacola
be paid by 'weekI.otmo Fla. 4may
I ,' J....,J.- McCaskili? Co.'Free' thiy pay "supposed to ''be dropped between Christchurch

Ti G YATES MiOPTICiAN D D. Hale Wilson I' Fla. .5jnayl2t't Address ments. Good J. J. Ruthbye securifj, City.indo interest and straw hatsH! and 13 West LaRua: St. Suitable PLEASANT ROOM to rent with privilege .
the finder if
} reward will be paid
; "* cleaned bleached and blocked by of light house
; -Agants for book on San Smaylw 1 keeping, 301 W.
Francisco Distaster Tremendous de*: ., expert workmen. Leave hats at Freicl- left at this office. 9may3t Chase. Sapr
i
Street'A nd. Everybodybuys.. Big-.bookr-:1'WANTED-Second harfd furniture. erckson's! tailor shop, 34 S. Palafox LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN'j 1 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent

306 THIESBV BUILDING pages; Hundreds cf photographs bought and soidRhtg rpho'ne 754 I St. 6maylm I 1 Young Coach dog with small black J j on North Hill car line; location

by survivors. Fifty per cent or 'call at 112 S. Tarragoaa. St. H. C. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE ;and white spots all over with excep-:j very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden

: extra. 'Credit 'given.Outfit"O'Hara. C& > 2may Mattresses made to order; old nesT!'tion of back. Reward for return tOI I street 25april

WRL D. HOWE, Write today. J>-everything'I renovated. New ticks! furnished. Dr. W. J. Hannah 131 E. Gregory. PLEASANT place to board on North

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW make $500 next 30 daysi Stand SURETY ON BONDS-The American Second hand furniture bought and; 6may4t* I Hill, on car line. Address No.8.

l4Va EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Co.; 325 Dearborn" St. Chicago.. Surety Company of New York. Is sold. Upholsterin'g' and repa r.ng gone. LOST-Gold filled watch and fob; Elgin care Journal. 27mar
w* I prepared. to execute at this city with. 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. works 15 jewels. Initials on
out delay Bonds and Undertakings required Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr.EXCURSION. .- fob J. C. P., number of case 6118382,1 Old newspapers at five'cents a bundleat
this office.
Dr Wlfv1SXTTREt&i* BIB :MONEY FAST selllngthe I in the courts, and for the They are all clean
per. Reward'for '
of number of works 754860S.
HUU11J users morphine and nice.
PAINLESS opium, laudanum, official story of "The Destruc, formance o* contracts. Wm. D. Howe, ':-:'The launches Stella return to Williams store Jackson
elixir of oplum.co- of San Francisco." Our authors, attorney 14% E. Government St. and Leclair will run excursions to: and DeVillers St 4maylw
eilneorwhlskey,& White and Richard Linthi-[ 2maylm. the Life' Saving Station or other
Urge book of particulars o : For SalerntntnJrrnnmutJL&rnsLrMJ
O pill I [ on honieorIsasatorIun guarantee authenticity. Nearly tP ints'of interest, day or u'ght on rea-j''OLOST OR STRAYED small, dark ,flr'U'fl.flflrj,
I treat i F. large pages. Dozens of photo WANTED-Youn'g country printer I t sonable' terms. .Phones 659 and 330.) brown heifer with tips or horns

AND 1ment.B. M.Address WOOLLEY.,Dr. ., Retail $1.50.. $10' to $20 per i wants a position In newspaper or J. C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr'! !sawn off; not in very good order, lib CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &
Ptm! lMN.PryorSt easy if you"act quck.: Will out-,T job office in Florida 'or Alabama. Has eral reward to any one giving information Watson have just received a large
Whiskey uuiiut., Georgia.DIRECTORY. any book ever published: Every., e'ght years' experience and an ail- TAILORING L. .Uiaiaond Tailor.Gents' .I as to its whereabouts. Lat supply] of the latest city maps, showing

Save. both, by interested. Outfit free. Sen.1 round good job' printer. A perfect clothing cleaned, pressed and seen 14 St. and 14 ave. Address J. B. all of the subdivisions. The maps art-
ba short notice. I
when out to buy REAL- for postage today; .Best, terms to gentleman and 'absolutely sober; will West repaired Government St. Pensacola No. 11 3 T., 104% S. Palafox St.. or phone 86. official and down to date and are
Fla.
us about some of the mounted on heavy linen. Regular
Credit given.. 'Freight paid.start on moderate .salary. Address, 28apr
Idee.
Store N. DeVillier. orders 'while waIting' : for. outfit.I stating full particulars, Arthur %WIno: LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably price, $2.50; special price on lots of
'MWMVWWWMMM ii M irfMSA' MMi 'Mi ii'* ''w w>wl>i V W for $180'per J J. H. PORTER s&limafcer five or more to agents
year. ; Book Company. -Philadel-! free White Castle. La. 12aprlw <16 South: from wagon, package containingpair or real estate
Joppa No. 6 I. 0. 0. House North "C" ( Palafox street. Orders men. Hooton & Watson.
Lodge F. on, Pa. 26apr2w. : taken for trousers: addressed H. Moog.If 8may
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Joppa Lodge. No.6. I. 0. O. F. at . .. .. .. .. barber"fo'r WANTED.-All kinds or;: electricalwork. I tents, awnings, camp stools and house found. returned to Express office 'FOR SALE-Large ice box suitable
meets at 7:30 House on East -First-class .c ol-I cots etc. Prices reasonable.
every Tuesday evening Ara'gon I sell all kinds of electrical J 31Jan. and receive reward. ISapr for grocery store or market and
;, o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall.'.Belm-ont I .. .,. .. .... j ored trade. Ring i 1010:- 1 .ring 'or batteries and other electrical supplies. I SHIP, CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert., soda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All 'm
:, and, Baylen street.. brethren I 98 acres of at'Sylvester Campbell Store.-near
Visiting good
When you need Le'ring 345 or 955.: ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship good condition. Will seil cheap or
bargain .. ... .. depot., Warrington Fla. ;
RENT
invited. FOR
are cordially at ;
exchange for other
1 E. 'W. Peake, new Star Laundry build : chandhrs and grocers,. only first-class property. Apply
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T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. Four blocks in West : apri. : .lrtlrLnMr. nttnrLJtr-'fl.rJ'lMJJnnrtLrLr rnru-
: ing, E. Garden. ISdec. house of kind in city. Fair prices to all. T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue.
r J. W. GINGLES, Sec. each ... .t. ," ... FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence 7maylm*

; 31jan6m., We have ''numerous }r : WANTED-The public to know that MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- corner Strong and Spring: Sts. FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire
ties listed'with us and it WANTED Willie' : Mlm?, Proprietor. Furniture
C. H.Turner.
Apply.
V do all kinds lOmay
.. we can' cf
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. you to consult us before -. ', horse repairing repairing of al'!! kinds, carpets I hogs; best of breeding. Ask for
---- -- -- float building shoeing,
'Y w etc. J. FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75 ] catalogue. Carl Setterlind
; meets every Monday evening at 8 investment : : laid, furniture packed for shippin; on Chipley,
G. Welsh Carriage Co.
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall We are in :receipt of ..\!'\ -German wants poslt'on oa I 21fe Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. railroad. Address Box 712, City. Fla.

over. ;Pou stable. W. Intendencia St. the fire Insurance private place for general work: .in,I:! COURT HOUSE, DYEING. Pressing- 22April -6maylw.-- FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspa-

':,:. :VlBlUng brethren cordially welcomed.'I sented by us "That all or farming: Address. tier\! and Cleaning Club,. 212 N. DeVillersst CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. FOR P.E.\"T-6 rooms- down stairs; pers at five cents a bundle. Thl office. .
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J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. ifornia conflagration will Journal. % lOmaylw. 1 ., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage Floats built to order. Horse shoaIng -, large back porch, large ;yard and .
? HORSLER. K. of R. & S : paid and that THEY -- ," solicited; satisfaction guaran : a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. stable. Apply 501 West Chase and De FOR SALE-Second
hand 25 H. Pboiler.
TLXUE TO FURNISH -To buy one.or two Jots in I teed. Careful attention} given ladies' "' 27feb 1 Viiler St. phone 323. 6maylw Will
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sell cheap. Apply !10
; A Meetings of the INDEMNITY AGAINST good locality and not too far out. Phone 1222. :
Knights of Columbus FIRE AS THEY' HAVE price, terms and full particulars,I garments. 8feb REGULAR HACK LINE From Chip- FOR RENT 'We'win move to corner NewMjethodLaundry. 13Apr!:
held : leu.inakng.; .conn ec lon5' with nail DeLuna andGovernment Sts. in a few FOR SALE OR RENT Two
KeP: c. are at their hail ALMOST ONE first letter. Address 'M., care I lighters;
No. 8 West Intenden. : Protect your home "' 9may w/tN'L'ED.Haultng; and transfer launch for points on St Andrews::; bay. days and. our present office will then "one with capacity for 76 thousand ft.

cia street on every against loss, by fire by 1 -'.1 i pbcme work.390.Office Acosta phone& White 363; residence 22-28 N. Extra teams for traveling men. Goo'' be Sma for. rent McDavid-Hyer Co. lumber the other thirty thousand c ;

Monday evening at us. !\ -The public 'to.know that I St horses, comfortable vehic es. Call oil ) pacity. Rates reasonable. Also to;
7:30 o'clock. Aa In. we have bo'ught'out the' Star Jewel i Tarragona 25mar.. or 'address' J. C. Sinclair, Chip'ey,Fla.: FOR RENT-Seven room house on skiff boats-for sale cheap, 22 ft. Ion,

vitatloa is extended ESCAMBIA Co., in this city. ;-Customers' I WANTED.-The pub1itto know thatold' Telephone No 74.- _ 2Sapr North Hil1 fort$25.00( per. month Until 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. .\
Ie. Ttsltlng Knights. :topay. no one.'except.pur: can be 'at Nov. 15th. All modern conveni Chaffin & Co., Milton Fla. 25m 'rON
204/2! S. Palafox reg--I newspapers bought ; GOOD PASTURE r 'a few horses I
EDJI. FOX. JOHN B. JONES Telephone 1052. I collector R. H.- Vick, who has this office, ,for five cents a bundle. They and'cows. Address )r apply to W. ences. Fisher Real Estate Agency. THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric -

Recorder. Grand Kn'leht General agents for State in.the employ of the Anchor Sup are. all"' .clean, 'and J. 'nice.' .. H.. Kilbee.. Brents.. Fla. ISaprlw: 3may. car line, six lots 100 ft. front
:.:, Life 'insurance Co., of Co., as. nanager oftheir business I FOR SALE-One* grocer's refrfaera- by 137% deep corners $700 Inside

f Daughters! of Rebckah. "for the 'past. four-' years. .R. Hi I WANTED-We, want your orders foi tor, capacity 200' 1b. Cheap. Apply lots $600. There are no better situations ,
I & Co. 9maylw: 1907 Art Ca.eMarsOver 300 original !.- D. J. Cunningham; 'Rqman'a' and Rail-
: Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters e- I Loan than these lots. A. V. dual.
;' JUbekah.: meets every .Monday' of designs, to select from. All ypYt! : road Sts. 2may JUSTRECEIVED-Large- of
night -- -' salpmeni
at'8 o'clock In I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit. FOR RENOVATED/- prices; Mayes Pri UngCo., Pensaeo- ,FOR RENT-Two very desirable Imported Olive Oil. Retail by pin
tick furnished if desired. Guaran la.. 16feb': MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore
sisters first Manhattan
stores floor' of'
Ins cordially Invited to be pres. on gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass!
cut All kind of real ,estate Crapet taken 'upt and pattIng rows money from Jno. A. Hall &I ICo hotel Corner Garden tJnd.Baylen.I & Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, ill!

,. MRS. B. WTTKOVSKI,. rent North. Hill and 11 if desired. Leave orders' 'at WANTED.-The Merchants TransferCo. :, 16 E. Government' street. Whn I. Just completed 'and arranged in first South Palafox. 4oc.
& Watson. Ph tie '193. 7mar Wants your moving and hauling. !hi need call on us. 9feblm I
utss WILLIE KENDR1CK. Sec cant lots. Some very : class shape. For (>rmsf particulars, NOTICE TO
; All breakage guaranteed. T. IL'Tnor. CANDIDATES-Th *"
MONEY LOANED oa all kimla oU-I i etc., apply Hooton & Watso
good bargains for homes 29Apr
.. M. 2. B. A. No. 81, meets first and ment. : 11 -:-A position : as -stenographer len, Prop. Phone '97&. ISJunelao. ronal property on short notice: I t. wishing to make a successful run

:: third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p. One large lot on R. R,' by young lady.with, experience, i- ; Tenq easy *. ,B Gray & Co.. 2 W. I FOR RENT After. May 1, furnished should supply themselves with a tJ)
I OLD HATS MADE .NEW Panama cottage at "All Bay.- Address Box tie of PLUTO. Now is o
jn. Eaftord HaD. ,No 10. West Intend or warehouse site. One I 0.: Box 244. Florala.! 'Ala.-' : Komana. Phone 1165. ifebMONEY the season
,acla' street lot that 'I I and. Straw hats cleaned, pressedand 815, 'Pensacola. 28aprFOR prepare your stomach and 1 vet
purchaser ,
a bloc&ed. Panama 50c straw hats TO LE. Q-On good real '.
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e
against all
A, G. FELL, Pres. mistake to buY .One RENT-Second, story over Lin- diseases. Pluto will do
J. L SWEENEY. Sec. anal l one of 160 acres both I ,-A. R BJngliam waati( 25C fell hats 35c. Work* guaranteed. tate security' or on good collateral, 'deistruth's..jewelry More. .Suitable For sale by all druggists and grocer-.,
Victor Louis, 100 E. Intendencla.2i lowest rates. Leslie 'E-' Brooks,
sacola. your moving and.hauling, He guar>> tt for offices, sleeping quarters or storage wholesale by Jas McHugh.
PensaeeU Lodge No. 4, J. 0. 0. F. aprlm* Fisher building. 2flan I IMONE I
Four choice brick ; all .break ge. Phone flO rooms.. Led Jte&lell., 24apr FOR SAL3.
; :Pens cola Lodge No. 4. I. 0. -Improved and unlmprav-
0. Pneets M
M M* BW W BW BW I WVWMV PIt1lonal
erery ThursBar TeMing at 7:30 on Palafox St 'for sale. -:- owners .poultry HBB to WANTED.' -Electric work of ah kind.L4et 'LOANED'on'all kinds of FOR RENT;-8-room, 2-story. Cottage ed property In all parts of the cty:

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%ttS.. VIsltiffg brethren for. rent Conkey's Poultry :-Remedies dynamo, 'do jour wiring etc. Paon'JSTO. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair Ingraham. April20 Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
L cordially Turpentine men all get Pensacola Elecirlj Co.. 205 S. Falafox 'St Phone 1144. liZ
,
r atlted. E. GREENBLATT. have'g004 turpentine bu to cure rape, .cholera 28* !gouth- A. R. BINGHAM has itorage room for 2JJ&a

.-,, J, NEVILLE.. Secretary. sale cheap;. ,15. crops and to kill fleas-lice and mites.r!Byien. Jno rent suitable for furniture or other AUT MOBILES-I: am agent'for the
0.- tltnber their"wonderful egg producer. F. UNLIMITED.amount ot money- ioaaoa goods 104 and 105 South TarragonaSt Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto-
round. leaseon
,. W. 0. VV. with 'boxes good seven, Mellen & Co.. Phone .No34.: SECOND HAND CLOTHING' WANT aU kinds of personal pro erty. Phone CSO / SOnorWANTED. from $500.00 up. They cost less than

the' Oak Camp No. 1. W.tJ.. W. Write,'or call .and see. ED-Highest only.: Sell price paid band for goods gents'clothing Special rates to business men on large 1 .=Real Estate .tor sale or horses to keep up. They can! be r"0
:, meets In Pythian Hall 1st and'' :3rd property.: Dress su'.ts: for second Intendencia. 1<;ans. ThP.New York Loan Co., 2U4 rent. Jeas-a Or exchange.' "Your business -i in sand or anywhere a horse can go

: Wednesdays '.A each month. Visiting -To buy old gold and ail .- :rent... -9 E.- $oitb,- Pabfo%. ,I' respectfully.solicited; J. A. Wilson Leslie E. Brooks.

:.. sovereigns cordially invited., T. yer. broken. up stuff regardless of .NEW UPRIGHT PIANO'to, exchange .' I Real Estate Agent 22% W. 'Government -I FOR SALE Two horses onp .2'0'1
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;: : P. A. BOGH1CH, C. C. i s.: 'Cash paid.: Lizttman ft'Klein-, for 101'on East HUL Address P; -------r--:' ----=- st:?et. Room 7, Salisbury and one set double harness, f a

U...,# iStlE. E., BROOKS. Clerfc 31 SOl! h_ Patafox. I E. Wright Phone.-1127,. : 0. Box 207.. 3 mar .TRY""*. BpSSO'S J CREAM. PHONE} 1325. handing.: Phone 172. 23J n Apply 1815 W. Jackson em ,

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THE PEK&ACOLA JOURNAL; THURSDAY MORHIHC. MAY 10: 1i06 PAGE SEVEN itI : I I I1 II

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I Thousands Each Day Wh.t"re L.ookn f for.. Sargain.$. t.V.:1. :

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YOU OWE IT TO Ag ,! I Q V r .t;.,1:. t< :.

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and to yourself to provide a home, -a home wife children t .1 CKF : -< ;

will take pride la, that you can beautify wlti Oqweia and have t tj '-;\
little conveniences that you would like to have and cannot have aa ttA6AN a WA7tAti1A j :

long as you rent. Cut this list out and look>t these homes today: .> : .
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and if these do not suit you tell us What you waat and "we will get it .

for you: 'MQUILEALAOAMA.MARKETS., ; :
No 1120 East Cervantes St.. ''between llth.. and 12th avenues 5 1 7< ..e Ali ; ; J "
room and hall, new nicely papered and painted good 'neighborhood. ___
cty: water. 30Q down and ?15 per month ;,,'... u .i ? ..' .. .$1650 Red RocK Ginger Ale r' .
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Northeast corner 16th ave. and 13th St; lot 139 feet front by .. : "
137& feet deep house new, 5 rooms and haJl good -neUhborhood on .
car line, a delightful home take a ride on the East Hill belt car line stands. out among all, other drinks as anexceptionally .j "
and look at this place today.. .. .. .. u ... .. ,.. .. ....$2500 t .

.Northeast corner 10th ave. and 10th street, lot 137% feet fronton Savannah Naval Ga., May Stores 9.-Tae naval 1IIt1! pure, high-class article. f : f ",

10th ave. by 200 feet deep ba 10th street. 6 rooma and hall., out stores market closed today as follows: .
It has
the.active : .
8 Louses stable nice garden, two blocks from car line. Boom for w iw;.., ... .4 95 ta 5'W endorsement of the most ethical medical .

other houses oa the lot if you would like to sell some.of it off.$4000 WG. ... Je., .. .4 95 men/ and i is.widely prescribed as a home, drink :for all ; : ,;"

Southwest corner of 10th St and 6th ave., 4 rooms and hall, lot N.. .4 85M .Pe o suffering from the various forms of indigestion. :; '
147 x 150 feet, on car line. Nice shade trees, and: garden......$1100 ...4 80(! : : I : "

301 East Romana St. 7 rooms and hall, large lot; this is close to K. .. .. ... ... ,. *.i 7* Look fog Red.RocK_ Crown- Stopper on. Bottles "

the business section and should increase ia value.. .. '......"$1900 I..4 4& i :
1, H.. .. .. ..4 35 ON ,SALE AT ALL/GROCERIES ETC.. AND ON DRAUGHT AT 514 North Hayne St. 7 large lot neighborhood,closein a ; :
rooms ,
"good :: G. ,.. .....{ u* tw. ..tie ,
block from car line. .. ...... .. ? .. .... .... .. .. ..$250 4( P. ,.. ... .. .. 073 i. :

No.211 East Government St. 5 rooms and hall brick cottage, : E. . .. -.. ,. %.403t f t' .
bath, toilet, this is almost in the b.istnessdistrtct. ; the house is ia D.. .. ,...o.. .. ..3 SQ ;
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good repair ,and will make a nice home. ;: ?' $ C ..3 80! :"t ,
Spirits -Turpentine' 63 54- -cents.AU8LEY 1"

INVESTMENTS THAT PAY GOOD INTEREST &-CO.'S REPORTS The trade can be supplied with pints and quarts by the Consolidated Grocery Company, Pensacola. j ji' : ., ir; :


are good ,things to own. We -have a house No..812: East Wright.St, Liverpool Cotton. M rk'". .- ,> '- .. .. -. __._ :-4.

erty.8 :rooms It'cannot lot 40x137 be duplicated. renting. for for the$20 price per month,i Tv.,.'good. .% .renting,. ...,. ,,,SIB prop.r. Jan.ltb "'-'-..........__w....,Clo.L74tve.bstar ( f .......................... '.J--i :; : .: :

Southeast of .Cervantesand ....................:. ........ ....6.';. S$ .. : ; :.l i i'I
Three houseson' the corner \ "Qoyle St. KAI'.Apr1l...._..._.._................. mPINE_ : NEWS
lot 30x125 feet deep each, renting foe, 15.ft0 per month rented all I .._.......... _..............,... 6.11I i .
Apeit.y .a : 1 rr.
the time. houses in good repair.. ..... .. ., .. .. ..i .... ..; ..$12k la1..1Aa.............................;....;.l DlJan.Jt.ll7 I MANAGE YOUR INCOME 'I F.SJeiien&Goi

FOR'SALE.THE -.....;.....f........;;;.... .... LJ1yangoal : .
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US : ..-..._........?.. ..........I.M .e I : Handle Nothing 4 '". i< :

COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY' Angut-S.pt.mb.e...............,?....,.,,6.tZ Arrived. i ,
Beptember-Ootqber ,._.. .......... 8.8J Dharwar Sweed .bk.. 1271 Olssen. : > : :
o.tober-Beyembv .. ............... .......1.74 Rio Janeiro td *H. H.Boyer: Don't let income .T But | ; .
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY loVem\tecem: .........:........ ..0.73Dsottib.r.J ; '. '- your manage- ou.. ; "
_. ... t "UF7 ........ .....1.....!.. If didn't have'the wouldn't : THE VERY BEST ; : '. ,
money you .
't. ve&8ib
you .

206 'SOUTti'PAt.AFOXST; ..PHO N ESt. iitvtt pool8ppta,614_ IN CRT" 1 t.

0 tate+umplDs. spend it. Then., why spend it simply because i of } .. .

New York Colton Market. have it? 1 4 t.

.. .. -' -'. .- --, Open High L v Got Bainbridgv.&t as, U93 Smiths Newport -- you : Everything. i l-I.
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Jaauarr ION 18.T9 W.88 10.73 News; to H. Baare. Open account with the First Nationar
'3+4N. 4T an : t-j"t ,
JUy 1LS 1L35 1U9 lUi Birmingham, es, 2512, Balti, .
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July 11.11 1LSO U-ll U30Atffut more to Gull Traasit Co. : anpVpay all bills by check, or start a savings' i J .
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: 1 I ML1163 IflLW nJttOctobM Cayo Doa4 go Brass 1713. Friemi" : Clean, heavy clipped White.: t" I : i >; .
jAUSLEY S COMPANY ..10,63 IUS 19.99 M-W ,Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co. account and save enough to be your" own" ; Oats. i.; j t "

D.oamb.r..1,64 W.I5 W4-' 10.72 i Chelford Br. asJ7Q7.() Wood, Tamp! master. . No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran >1i 1- >
l"wYork BpoM,1L95Wheat I .
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co, to order. and Shorts J -''''' J '..;
: .Cimbrja Danish ss, l&oo, Hanson. Chick Feed consisting of 20 if; t' '::
I COMMISSION BROKERS Manzaalilo to Par &. Ca I I' articles for the rapid and I 1.
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[. _...._Open. Hi&Low 82% filar OlDIe B1y : Kingston Hasliagtoa-to Gulf. Transit sa 122ot Co.Heathdene. Willis I You Can Open'An Account With 1 One ]Dollar I:I : healthy growth of the newly : f I'; :"' t to- J. r '
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hatched. ;
1 II WEST INTENDHJCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. lar-; t r94 ley( t9yl : .. :Br ss. 2277 MiJtura, Wheat and Mixed Feed for J t :

r. !Gnlfport to F. 0..Howe &: Co. i the hen
Corn + ,
Opto Hlak Low Cie I HeniEa Ger sa, 1295 Euler Tampa Condition Powders for horse ) .t. .
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Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,. and Chicago. Ka'........... 4':y J % 48Jy 47453 -: I to. So. States Lfcr. Co. cow and poultry. 4 i : <

i "al1-. ...... ; 41". star .I JOrkstall: Bra sa 1163. Hinde Faro. FIRST NATIONAl. BANKOF : ConXeys" Celebrated Poultry ',,',.'t' .. ,.
to J. A. Merritt&Co. ,
Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera X r -
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COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PRO VISIONS and 1 BONDS Louise Ger 1480 Bohndorf Antwerp '
.I .New York Stock Marfcit.Open I "s3 : cure, gape cure and lice k'llen. t' '
CbM to. J. Schreyer.i If five in town telephone t
o FLA. you J I'
8R o....., ....' "'" RihstQBBfrjs. 21S5, Robinson, Rio, PENSACOLA, Ii 10.r. :
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: Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment COPP8:1..............!....x,1"0 5 ,. 105h- de Janeiro tQV.Jt. Keyser &..CaTapton i If in neighboring towns write 'I: .
4. 8.R............,..I.I..' UJl.. Brit"S3,.%300. Trattles FUOchar -. W.Hy KKOTTLB,Pres. W.K.Hrsa,Ja.,r.-Prey ant CwMar. : j i '
| i ... .. .. 'A 9.W. IiRU'l and W N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashjerv !. to us. 'i i ; .
AtohB.40....... .. .. 843 4.4.R ta.Pensicola Lfcr. Co. .- i :
Rifereece f First >National sod Beaks 73N DotBOTO* -i' I People Phone ,11 ....._......._..,_..... u&oR Br Mann Norfolk D. G. Brent .
1'...... _._......... -: 81 Verbena ss. 1504 ? :
........ N1/NN _. ............,....... 109_ Irk. to H. Baara &-Co. Ii i. f l-( .;
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...... .".. Vlda, .Nor as,, 176, Arressen, Carte -- V .
I k t..H. .;: .: : t.Q. % F S HELLEN & CO. |
.1'.I ......."..............: 49t{ alJi ass,, to ny\l' & Co." ... -. "- : \1--
Florida and Alabama For: Salle. U. L.; ...!.......... 4oyi 41U.I. rlhiDs' I"l : :
,.. yr.terr.d...... .,....:10'l' li Phone 334. :' ;
FOR SA1E-Nce.- iew'' EX room I.E.8, E.8.....;............... 28 Zili Canars.IU. ship U Repetts, Genoa City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds i. ."
LAND COMPANY ... ...... J, : Pensacola, Fla. tCHAS.BLUM&CO
house located 'corner lith street L.dl X. .;.... .: ut H4llAad. to Hasten, c '
14tH .....!.................. tee nos: ., Harvest Qtt@en, Brit ship, Fersyth .
Manufacturers of and aye Bull on two lots.I .........,....,............. ; : Ni .
House has. one story and' basement t JI. 91 Vl Rio' Janiero to order. 1 I Denomination $t.ooooo: Each: .- N1.....eN.NN....... l I.. .
and Dealers in '
112 ntca. i I Ophelia, Nor ship 11 J7, Larrsen,
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- City: water, bath .room, sewer roans ..Pac;...........:.......... )5aH 1595 Punkirk. Dattd..1\.1,\906. Matu.tnl) Jan.1,193C.; RzdeeMabl. Jse.1. 826\. ot.
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. tions. House .is now leased to very :N.Y.C ... 137 ,. I56}, AnauaII..
Semi-
desirable tenant. Price, 12.500. A P.O .......................... 14;( W I f Baric* Interest Payable "l'r '
good investment., Address. 44, care B'P'O............... 121$ Antigua Kor hi; '134?. Ferguson,, .; \\AfULLflT._ ,. .
Journal 9may !".-p ...................._..... 187'1L New Orleans to A. Zfelius -' .,: We Offer For Sale These Bonds- Subject to '. ..
FOR SALE I............................ .s 5" say;.. Liwsa Jtal bk". 159J, M t&nom'.' 1 yfxppj
FOR SA.'IA' two seate f surrey with 8 K........_............ ...... !rii\ 37yti Nolloth to master ; Prior Sale, in Amount .t Lion SAUE>Three barber chairs and shafts and pole, practically: new. T.O.L........_........ .... 14 I48K.P.ana. Lake Erie, Itt bk., 928 Efigan, Bas- r -
,.. ..... .. ....... -- ,
combination four-chair: mirror. Callor Must be sold this week. Also one .. .. .: 1951. 133 4 som to Masier: t Suit Purchaser. ':' : : riD ;
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U.P..I 14 I.'J.. Jf
write JA.. Mlingsley 14 E G"v cream colored horse and harness. Can Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112,. .". .
'
ernment St. 13aprlm 'be,seen at Pou's stable. Smaylw* : Ferfes, Montevideo. to, German American ., Correspondence I Invited. .. I .
Ausley & CO's. Daily Cotton Letter. Jjhr Co. I t '
FOR S'.A.LE-Ten' new and second FOR SALE-:One' good wore or drlv- New York, May 9.-The cotton Paalo Angelo Jtai bk 1138, Bezzo.: PMIU .
OF
BANK
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: THE PEOPLE'S L TS Sa '. .
horse ,
second hand office safes different particulars ing in $to ood.clerk coud-tion.at Escambia For' market continues to rule in a listless -" Partwood. Nor bk 756, Lunde-; ; ,
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. apply guard, St. Nazaire to Oro! r. 0.0 0
lw* manner, but the tendency at the
Scarritt Moreno office East Govern-' Hotel. Smay Precurscra. Itaj bk hlafflno. ,. 1508. \ FLA.
went St. 24mar : -- prasent seems towards a higher level Genoa. to Rosasco Bros/ ... .. PENSACOLA,
FOR SALE' .LEASE/OR RENT of values. Liverpool was 2 to 3 Sterling, Nor bk, BUepsen: L&b'ta: J )'.:.'. '
fOR SALE-A paying: business; cheap Houses on water front at Little Bayou Bay to order. :. 0
joints higher on contracts I
rent; fine location; small capital: re- near car line. Good bargains. while. Schooners. 5503.Jt" -c .,.. ..". ,.
Apply to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. spots were an uncertain: and unset a* t -IV" -' .
Address 68 t
quired. Box Chipley.a. r. .
6maylw 9may3w* tied condition and something h i Ahnje i }t. !Prit sob;, 397 Carter,". President, JOHN PFtlfFU. UrtUii! CJikJJt 0' ,- .

_[_L __ T -- im i likely to happen that would partake Manto's: to J. A.Merritt&Go. LE C.V.UKAS.,QL1ii44.r> 'Preetentan4( Caskter. I. w. &NDUwilW C"iju" cJ1' ; :
FOR SALE-Good family horse with FOR SL\LE! -Three joke of. oxen .and. somewhat of the nature of graworks:' AnnIe'. Kimball Amer sch, 337.Sweetjand .i- ...{. t'
new buggy. Apply Leslie E. Brooks log cart;" good team 1n good'' condition at almost any. time. ,"Havana master. ,. ( .
Usher Building. 6mayjw;, and working 'every day; Price Mr. Price wires from Nswy6rX '' tan Chrtst'fiat: ; An sch. McLeod I THE AMERICAN NATIONAL SANK <, .. (f

1300. Call on W..L"'TED-To loan money on your, Co.. Milton. Fla.: 29aprlm When the situation is thoroughly un..; 0' PElY5.1CotA. FLU. t i'

watches, Jewelry and personal ef' -- .' derstood there will be very !llttjeit I I II ; f 1',"
Do Not imposed Upon.
UNIT
DEPOSITORY OF .Q STATES.: "
.saddle. extra any. cotton for sale. -\j DESIGNATED
FOR SALE--I..iLdTS. .jI '
fects. Highest cash price for old gold ? 7. .
I
1 Foley & Co. Chicago originated : 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. i a .
Weather
& 106 E.' good :fine'Shepherd ddg; also I conditions are for rlsbigI'fmperature.s SURPLUS $3,439. t .
and st1ver.IJghtman Klein ; 'fcAPITAL STOCK $2M98.: '
; Tar throat "
Phone 1127. brand new Century.Ency lpedia and ; and as neeived rains 'Honey and as a and lungrenledya i JACKSONVILLE' FLA. I- I
wright
Dictionary.. Address 1102 East Gads-. have occurred rapid development. and on account of the great, DIRECTOftSo! i R .
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should follow. merit and popularity of Fbley's Honey ;
FOR SALE-Wagon with 3-inch ties den St., or phone'J85: 9maj; j
; :
The.'maintainance "of prices for' the and Tar many imitations! are offered U Covlnfiton.J. Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner
Henry
nearly new; will sell for cash or online NOTICE TO' OAJfpIDAT.: ;PS Those: new crop is largely sympathetic with for the genuine. These worthless im M. Welffer W. S. Rosasco, C. W;twrnar, Just Received'i i
trade for G. E.
or will cow. similar F. McCourin.W. J. R.S..uiae: .
have T.
wishing to make a successful run the position.of. old oneL Without itations" sounding names. Duao Bredt, cot, 9th ave and 12th StSmaylw Bryan 0, C. ,Maura, [
should supply themselveswith a bot interruption to the present promis Beware; them. The genuine Foley/s M. Avery M.,nton '
; .. tie of PLUTO... Now is.t,. t the, .season to i ing outlook the tendency of thes _poi Honey; and Tar Is la a yellow pack W. L. Cavvthon Dr. W. J. Hannah fd..K'AZl Oertfng o.f :
waterfront I prepare your .e1AmaF a", ana "I'Veragaion sitions would be toward 'a lower :age: 'Ask for it and refuse any si\lb-I .Alex Mcwelp, C. H. Cavlngtoa pt, F Clark. I a fine line f rt 1 1
FOR SALE A :fine piece of aU\ diseases.. Pluto! wiU\ do it lEVel. Under present conditions, they :stitute. It is the best remedy ::1.' I:
property 50 feet front on West For sale by''druggists and grocers seem to us a sale and we believe I cou-ghs and colds.' For sale by W. A Accounts- Banks. Jndiviatl Corporations end,I.ntlqtt.: ( I Fishing Tackle, Casting .
)
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubis street Ju ?UCIing!w. good profit will ultimately attend : '.
wholesale by. D'Alemberte. cent,,Interest Paid OK Tim P00fit :
back Four
with 4 louse front and per
a room such '
a course. Nets ,
1 Nets : j
gallery, las a nice wbarf about 250' {Barring excessive Mat preeipHaUtion ,TRY BOSSC'S CREAM. PHONE.1326.Pensacola Shrimp ,
feet long, running out to 'deep water can see nothing which : "
CREW NOTIa we >
from the front gate. For a few days Neither:'the. owner cap would cause disaster this side of the 1 .- Minnow Seines; :' : i iBait
only it will be offered at only $1500 taia Of''CQlltin a of the drouth period. Damage front this ,Pai.rnits. T. &. W3LLZ8! VIO" s. .
eath. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at not L HILONOBE1iN YCisrIKLD: OioUO Acs:.C+a1rtP t ;
: .
Norwegian; bark. Sterling, eource may or may materialise St. Asfrews and R. L tUsma'J..4",""&5'- Pails. .
L. Friedman & Co.'g store Smay Wilj! responsible fordebts but to buy a high priced, article on : National BanK ;: /1

contracted by). the 'crew of bare possibilities! does not appearto'! Citizens stocks of the latest
Large l
FARM FOR sALE-so acres locatedat said vessel us a desirable propositioa. The sumnier -] lull Steamship Co,. ct PeauooU. J1ot14a.DlIfICIO.S. PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORD. ?: ;,. \ j I
Cottage Hill railroad all fenced months are outside of the realms' ;
on ; I S2JLBSSEN,, Oapt stock of 4 .
Large
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la and with large house, barns out i of legitimate influences and will be STEAMER TARPON.W. OM *wtiP" '){orrisBcar! T.>IWIlei.. It=M.Rebtas a,. 4'UUtoJr. TENNIS GOODS, .Jj"I

nouses, etc. Creek runs through the TRY BOSSO'S CREAM.; PHONE 1326. controlled by. manipulation' and. on, A GENERAL 41V.'IIfG BUSQEE84i I6AN4IAGiU I COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL ;. jl
land, and 4 or 5 springs, are also on tils account opinions: are valueless I CL ARROW, Muter. C GOODS. ,' 1
the land. shade trees and ap. 'The relative weakness of the may) ; '
Plenty CREW NOTICE I CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. I
rmst'CLAE S ?AS BNGEK AND GOLF 1 1R
pie pecan, peach and plum trees. Neither\ the owner; captain option;is doubtless due more tq the}\ FREIGHT BBRVICEPEMSACOLA. ;-. .. .. .- "", BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.ROLLER ;' 3 I
oed soil also have lot sf fine breed fear that purchasers of. contracts : I
; a consignee '
nor, of the KATES. ;
hickens, ducks hogs goats, pea a'German liSp} 1l11 gard. will rould find themselves with un4egira-to'I|' -Retwi- : ; ';" ""''I::: -. I_ CO' "1IOe'. ANYTHING YOU WANT IN i t t'. I
(fowls pigeons turkeys of ble cotton OIl' their hands lhaa f7i O ; ws.J ...g'sa. !
geese and be responsible. for debts .. MOBILE APALACHI- ,...""cL..BlL.L, t SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. t {
1 lack ot'oonfldeace: on "th3 Fart:vt '" tllD. l
all kinds. Reasonfor selling .13 that Vessel my '>It. Wholesale ndK n : j i
: of.said' write r
contracted.,ty.the< crgw. ( CARRABELIE. 8K ANDREWS Call on er ;
ttosefirmly'Committed to ta1 bull COLA. -
I
nave no one to manage' place. A great STRATWiAjrCaptan.. tide.: Qa the other hand the\ comjtarative. -, ,MILLV1LLE.And : 'Steam,..P mest1G. Anthracite I : .
bargain either as"an investmflnt'for cr : C 0 A
party looking Iota good farm 'on JULIUS Consignee SCHRYER & CO, '. 1 activity of the fill| an: winter -' ail polnta..K.'St.; .ndNiwa Bi.>, !I and BlacksmithJPalafpx ,L. F. B. BRUCE r i i

which to make :money. Everything ,.)' $.m iii- i. months and ''their steadiness. tp- Curs betie anjSCHEDULE Apalaehi I;or.' O o ; street Telephone 85, ,

genuine fake. Write.and or just callon as represented.W. H. Morgan J\o .TRY. vSSO'S. _CREAM; .;: 'piO, >-132, a. day weather plainly; shows nights too the ?"mfivsace plfl:;.tud *t 4J*fta .j ; ', 11. 'rite "eoiiir'. Tarragona-'aid Gonialez- streets.- ]Ptoner..-and "iJ_ ( .' ,: I

Box 453.. Penfcacola, for furtheri'srticulirs. ;, 31mar-:] -;CREW- ', 'NOTICE.' cessive Apart from rains this in there the wdsttra is little: lelt to : ,,';.L4a tar'e Mobn Pen uCQl&.A1"' :.sgniay.' .J':. ,o'ra : ,__ : _'> : . f' 1.1. .1 ,l:: BOSSO'S I IilCC'

either'the captain. .own- chronicle the spot situatioo1,f.Jd3 : peiuacola-Tuesday; '|:30>

FOR SALE Fine hotel site; best situation .! a'nor 'caa'sSgMes of" the veather together bearing" ,the. .flat. for.ve''St Andrews, 1f1UTiUe. Apo.Iscateols 'p;. Order 'our's Cream Factory :': \i ;; 1 1I

ta the cUT for a tourist hotel -: lia bfe"Lanel'rie? will of the argument. Cwrabell and intermediate. IcE COAL and ,WOOD ;i
responsIWe- Jar debt think Jtijs Trflfcontinue .
We : "'
arenclined"tq .
po4nt4: : furnish cream 'in' ,
: you '
( feet fronting south by 171 feet can
13ft.
contract ed by. the crew.of aid :vessel to soma extant "uatU': the additional latormattoa apply t'', from tlxoConsumers' Patisfactioa :. ;.
deep Government street, over ( for any quantity. .
cn.East ,
looking Seville and Adams ,EX'FiaARlc Captain. first acreage report to be-issued, J.. R, SAUNDRaa. . Ice and Fuel Company.oacVCorner' .'' I guaragfeed. .. ; .: '-.-
square MASTER Consignee.. j the government June. bY1 I JL COBB Prtl14ent. Pho". 15' l.
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street, witii open! view .of 'Peasacola. .. ; E.' .- Cbge and Tarragoaa. -- PHONE 1326 .
FrtPass.
: aen..; Agt r
j SAM B05SO. Pr1p c.'. '
tap $10,000 will buy the .property.
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'-- TRY BOSSO"5 CREAM. pHONE 1326. TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE'1k"A- .: .: peas&eob.: Tla. '. .1

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:' EIGHT ,. THE! PENS'ACblA JOURNAL, 'THURSDAY MO'RNIN.MAY.. 10/1908' .

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S'PO RTS ,1 i:CONIICTED I MN[ :'WHY .1!

:
Slouchiness Borden : -.mss- do you persist In paving your tailor:

from $30 -to $50 for a suit of clothes i
when, I can duplicate the suit at' :
:
\'f--. The two leaders in the outhern

;:" IS league race met,: yesterday Shreveport,-and ana1 the,Alabama Birmingham Columbian SAY THEY ARE[ ny PLY 18.00 ?

team 'won after an Interestingten S Latest styles, nobby patterns and the
inning battle. Little Rock ac finest of workmanship.
tually come to' life and won a game, theO4Mj.
t Unpardonable and that too,- by administering a Q .
'
INNOCENT
shutout blanked to Montgomery Nashville: ; ,: it Memphis: also r..p.q ',. I [ I WHY

,, and the slouchy man is 'For the coming fro' weeks the fur h 1 Ao you send away for your Panama
1
will fly in the. western end of the J -
usually themanonahuntforaJ6b. Hat and pay from $12.50 to $25 for it,

spring and Our stock summer of I Southern t'ngent has League.'invaded- The'the eastern western con end I E(Urkins.and Caldwell lJ Under Send ly when good I can Panama furnish for you with an equal-

and watched with
Clothes makes it possible the outcome will,be .
for any man to overcome I interest. r tence for Epps Murder Make '
in ; who $5.00
the "slouchy" habit with !Chicago by trimming St. Louis boys can play
t y'the
one blow. Every garment a thirteen Inning7 battle regainedfirst Statement of Case. game," boys who when they
J
.
place In the National League ,'') And the same comparison with Underwear ;!
,r shape is made, of the in most the latest at- just a' few points in advance of New I p. play,ball hit it hard and get to "first," # Shoes and the balance of i
'
tractive patterns, and for York. ",,4 P 0 R'A'{' 1 ;The Jacksonville !Metropolis publishes .the..boys who want to succeed and furnishings.No I
r trouble to show goods.Jos.Coleman.
!
w ) the relative to the
following I
,
: long and satisfactory tier- are bound to succeed. We need. them
;[negroes; under sentence of death for
'
; : STANDING 'AND.RESULTS Creammadewith the murder of N. W. Epps, in Leon 'and we help them. We pay them

Any from II -. I''cduntyr': good money.: They can buy cameras, .
Southern League. ( ), ., I[. )i\s; announced yesterday in 'The even I ,
horses.one bpy
Won Lost Pet. t Metropolis, today was the date set bicycles, has
$6.50 $25.Hats
to Shreveport.. .. .:'f..15. 6 '714 made-with 'scrupulodscare for the hanging of Nelson Larkins and bought ahouseand .let. It's "easyiltoli 212 S. PALAFOX STREET.MORPHINA .
.
Birmingham .. .. e.'. ..177 708 George Caldwell the two negroes condemned '
Shoes and Furnish- for those: wqo 3 ? ;S>t.L"IN'G'
.
ishings galore. Duck New Orleans .. ?, .,11 7 611 ..r. .. to- death for the murater of I
.,.& .." ..10 8 556 N. W. In Leon two I
Memphis .; Epps county years
Pants $1.25 and: $1.50. Atlanta .. .', ...S. ..12 10 646 Demand the Best ego, but Governor Broward gave UKTO.a liTHE SIl,7fllJD-JY; : S / CURA

I Montgomery .. ... ..'7 13 350ENashville \! ,YBorden's ;; respite for sixty' day.- '
.*' ... "I, ?-8 15 345'' Condensed Milk Co.;New York!: 'Several executions during Governor .if/'iEN1Nr./lIQS7! I .

Little Rock ? .; .. 3 17 150j. Broward's administration have e rAnd WILLCURE DRUG HABITS

._ broken a long-estabUshed, precedent, there's more in it than the money, I
Yesterday's Results. --- viz., 'the'hanging of1 murderers on
The John White
teach methods of Painless and Perfect
fore boys success A Positive, Cure
Little Reek 6 Fridays.
; Nashville 0 I
? Birmingham Shreveport" 3, (ten For .many years Fridays have ben -we teach them how to.work !
: Store Phone innings.: ) REAL[ l t ESTATE I T[ often called '"Hangman's Day," but out' their problems, teach them II Hypodermic or Internal Use.
Memphis 2; Montgomery 0. this is.no 'longer-the ease in Florida:,
25. as" Governor BroWard: bas,.broken the salesmanship, which is .one of the'best:.gald,' abilities For Cure of Opium, Morphine, Cocaine

South Atlantic League ittley 'It'Is'said. "that Governor Brow in.the'business.world. It's worth something to_ a boyto i Laudanum, Paregoric and ail
205207 S. PAALFOX ST. Won Lost Pet. T ard_ believes that no criminal should' Other Drug Addictions-Two Dollars

Augusta '.. -.'. ... ....13 7 650Charlestox I' ., TANFERSFollowing $ $ be" executed'*>ri the''da that the Savior .... be' 'connected with a large, successful.house. -j* 1 i Per Bottle at your Druggists.
'
(.. .. ,;. .ill) 9" 550Jacksonville' of the worldwasput to death. :'flTT r And we take good care of:our boys. Thereare estra'1 I
.. ..." ..11 9 550 I t The Epps Miirder., I Thousands have been cured byh*
.. ] cash prizes, camping trips, and.other special!.offers. A'boy'c'an
.. Ji use cf Morphina-Cura which! is prepared !
Savannah .. .10 11 476 Referring to: the Caldwell and Lar furnish'his i
Macon .. .... .... ..9 11' 450 i' of kins* aS.9,1t should.be'said thatwhile : ,start without its.costing_ him a cent, for'we :; i for hypodermic or Internal us--!
is a list, the deeds*
Columbia ,. .. ...- ,...:.8 12 400 reported many bellev In theirs jnnoc n fe, } ,f.fust'supply of magazines free,and the money Cram thesex matters not how long the dru; ha=
There is corded yesterday .., by>,the there 'are.'others'! .who? have studied .will bu another supply, and so on. been used-quantity ,of drug us M--
'. Yesterday's Results. Pensacola Abstract .Cojr: : / _i e the' case who are >"absolutely con'vinced' We want to send free an interesting booklet about out physical condition of patient or number

Macon 5; Charleston 2. Geo. 13.;$mtth.ta:. Ja.Chestnut. ;' kit ;of thair guilt: It Is, to say boys. Get into,the game NOW by writing for it.., of previous failures Morphin--
Augusta 2; Columbia' 0. 22 in block 119 of the:-W.-Kn$Tract,. the least a most peculiar case. Cura will cure any case of drug addiction .
Savannah 2; Jacksonville, (thirteen -I $50. ?" : -_> The Condemned'Men. the Curtis Publishing Company 1728 Arch St.Philadelphia, P.. if administered hypodermically'!

innings) ; Reuben Robnson ito Lawrence From-the Duval 'county jail this or taken internally, according to ''tt-j!
I White commencing fat;a' etakeiat.the morning the following joint letter rectlons which accompany each ho'-

No Excusefor National.., League. I L. & N. R. Rw thence running": W. 10U from the condemned men was received I tie.As
Won Lost Pet. ft., thence' running S. ,80 W, thenceE by The-tropOlis: =- an evidence of our faith In Mor
Chicago .. .. .... ..17 7 708: 100,ft., thence N. ,80-ft;, to:point 'of "To the Editor of/The Metropolis: :. I phina-Cura we have suppliedW.
New York .. .. .16 7 696! beginning a.nd'bounded ,on' the N. by "Will 'you please to publish three
Philadelphia ... ../.. ..13 10 5Oi White's land and on",the.w.,",S. & E: few words-of fact for us? ,Over One Million Dollars H. WHITE & CO., Pensacola

the men of Pensacola wearing 111 Pittsburg .AYj; .... ..11 10 624 8, T.. 5, N. of R. 30 W., $350$ 1, we were glad'to" see Mr. E., B. Epps with a limited number' of Jree trial
fitting, shoddily made clothing. They St. Louis ;\ .. '..- .. 8 12 400 C. E. Bennett to D. 'Hale'11son> and to talk with him; as .we are ae- .Paid By the Equitable's Pensacola Agency treatments, which they will cheerfully .
i- Cincinnati *. .. ? '9 16 360 All of block -111 E.- King Tract, *E, >l cased wrongfully of his father's give to applicants. Persons \\'114'I
t can now have them built to order rfght Brooklyn ... .. .. .. 6 18 250 Tarragona St., except lots: 1, 2, 22 death, which ws are1 not 'only innocent To Beneficiaries: j' I I cannot call at the druggists are requested
of committing are innocent to write in confidence tin
and 23,$100 and other considerations! to
f- here at home by expert tailors and Yesterday's Results. Call, Smith by J. C. Van.Pelt,,sheriffto of eren knowing, who did the crime, and policy holders, and in nearly every instance was first Delta Chemical Co., Colonial-Security
E. Chicago .2; St. Louis 1, (thirteen W. V. Barrlneau! C, H.. Barrjneau only what we heard '.l ham Edwardssay. in makng: payment, while no policy has ever been con Building, St. Lou!s, Mb., for a fret
J at reasonable prices. Remember our innings). and C. R. Barrineau, NW% of the N When we were:arrest2d we had tested. trial treatment, which will be sen''
> Others postponed, rain. rw i, Sec. 24, T. 2, N. -of R. 31 W. no' Idsa' ;,"of the"cause of our arrest in plain cover postpaid.
r shops are here and every dollar we till told. v ,
39.94 acres, $109.COULD ,- Insurance: ,
American League. "We 'were happy to ace Mr. Epps I Kn'owle-s Bros qiAFirs t1
f pay our'workmen stays in Pensacola. Won Lost Pct. and glad to answer'any question Lifc. Pensacola

Philadelphia .. .,. ..13 7 650 DEFEATED' asketf 'by him concerning the case, a--., ... ...,=-,"_ IOC.__ ,F... .... Morris Dannheisser
We. appreciate your- business :Detroit ..;f., ....i.t ?:,11 8 579 but because we would not and-did not -- '- -
[ Washington .. .."'.. .:11 8 579 lie bwh'y he:: said we ;dtd. Noti: (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.)
Cleveland ,.. .. .. ,.10 9 626 IN TENNIS GAMES this Is the point. Mr.-ElJps said showed Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine
St Louis ..10 10 500 our ,guilt.f ; p .H.... :4....................- / ................. Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
Ii New York .. .. .., .. 9 10 464 "Mr. E. B. Epps, saidsthrough your i. PEN9AOO: : :
Chicago. .. .... .. :8 ,10 444 Associated- Press :I paper, Monday that'there were found o Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
Reese & Mendel Boston .. .. ..., ,,.,8 13 345 By three tracks that'Isham Edwards' I Iron Works and Supply Co. i 12
London May 8. After 'a splendid tracks were near the tence and the W. Zarragossa Street.
Yesterday's Results.Philan'elpbia series of victories against" the lead; ether two onthe sides-iof the buggy. 'Man a.cturers and., Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, o PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA
THE HOME TAILORS, :! 9: Boston 4. ing British Tennis'players, Jay Gftuld,' "Could his worcfe(' be.a fact? Re FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
St. Louis 6; Chicago 2. .. of Lakewood, N..J., today went, down I member' that one of the prominent REPAIRS, A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, t
before the world' chamfr'.onV: Eustace day ur nlj&t Agents for James NOTICE TO CHURCHES.
testified
Others postponed, rain. white. men Tallahassee: who ; McKay & Co/8celebrated Log and
-. No. 11 N. Palafox StAll Miles, the latter winning three sets!I in behalf of. the state ,concerning Timber. gs,, also chains of all $descHpt oAs. Office phone 123 Resi i Churches in the country and small
"' .Game Saturday.The to one. The American wonthe first the tracks which; w .seen, said dence pholle'1. 29. P. O. Box 123. P1'IILWIfMAbl, Mgr. towns are specially desired to writ-
bank clerks and'Pensacola but' lost.-the"next !three ,G6ulds-- '-'score.' be saw the 'three traetesspoken( of eeeNO ++t!: oeoomNao ooooaeesobde.Nmo.oeNeee a ea A us about our organ proposition. I II!
Ff' was 6-4; l46; 36. above) and followed those two going you .haven't an organ by all meaD
High School teams will play Saturday -
f'VVOOD afternoon at Palmetto Beach. Ito the international amateur tennis the same direction, one>was the track < don't be without one longer. We can

The'clubsj;'will line .up as follows: doubles, Gould and Crane ,Aemricans, whleJi''Isham Edwards' foot fitted .......................... ..O01NN1,1Ne1eee10. put one into your church, of the ben:
Bank Clerks P. H.S. will meet Miles and Pennell, English, and Be others ware the tracks of quality: too, on such easy payment
,kinds that you want. Blount .. .. ."... P .Hannah on May 11. children "drivingi- cows This was a that no church should be without one

Brent .. .. ... 2nd B .. .. .White l5Worn' statement the;witness standin CLUTTER MUSIC -HOU'S.E,
Lenard .. ? .., 3rd B .. .. ..Rogers the'trIal. What does it prove? GAS WATER HEATERThis I Pensacola, Fla.
OAK AND PINE Stone .. .. ..,:.lst.;B.,.... .. Morgan If the store "We were-implicated in this way: I

... Mallory ..-.'.._, .. C F .. .. .. .. 'Bell ach Is SftTTE "Isham- Edwards said after! Lar- I -- .
cheaper than you can buy Roberts ,,.., '! C ... .. .. Russel resort to the\1? bt.S kins-'closed hIs store, which was between
.' ,anywhere.. Any size you Wolfe .. ;.. ... L F .. .. .iffllliard Bitters at once CElURATED 9 and 10 o'clock, we went ; appliance provides hot water for the laundry, for I
;want- McLellan .. ... R F .. ..RobertsQuina It will strengthen home with a lady from the store, :", i
then went-back to the store, and Caldwell the bath or for kitchen uses in very few momenta.! Thereis II
.. ..'S S .. Sargent (Cap. it and .
? thus cure borrowed Larkitts' gun, saying no handling of sooty full, no need spending a lot I The Hot
: E., C. SEWELL TRACK MEET WON BY 'here comes Mr. Epps,; and follows .1 of time "getting ready." See these appliances-in. opera- I
.. Indigestion, him and shot him; Could the Implication "
Phone 614. UNIVERSITY GEORGIA Dyspepsia, be true'when Mr. Epps had : .tion. at our office. CookIng with gas' 'saves." time." ,' worry,
Associated Costive-nee. rt"'iI gone through Lake Hall long beforeS i money. : .
By Press o'clock and wag found to be shot at .
4 Atlanta,-- .May 9.-The Georgia Intercollegiate Flatulency! ?. Bradfordville before! 9 o'clock and < : '. : Weather

r track meet her was Poor Appetite.. Bradfordvflle is nine .and thre uar- i
a- won this afternoon by the Universityof Biliousness, ter,.miles from Tallahassee. and Lake 'I
Georgia team with 40 1-3 points; : Hafl'only six miles: ? -
i Georgia. Technological school, second and Cramps blTi 0 RSi "Could the Implication be true? i. Pensacoia Gas Company .

icflS wIth 38 J Emory third, with 29% "W.9 are 'In Jail'.and [may be hang
: The Tech protested the result on a ed, but an account, of our lives will t Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.NNeeON1NNNNNNNNNOeNNN10NNOON. is Hereand
technicality. I be given to God. 'Wa're as innocent i
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i as the judge that Imposed the sen- .... ...
: COFFEE! tences. W.e do not ask the state or

DR. CALLAWAY/ HAS only our God ask.for justice.mercy- In this case. Wa ,.... ......:.y..v.......................................................................................".. v........................................................!.. ..............................",................A how the to keep old cool problem and keep of

I' CALL "1!.hung we will tell on the scaffoldbow I In good health comes with
ACCEPTED We are the Plonesr > the state of Florida deprived us from 75 cents to $4.00)&ch. < ;
IVESTSi '
Coffee Roasters of bur lives without a causs.CAUDWEDL : .
of F FLY SCREENS
and LASKIMS. Strips and Wire .to make

I' Rev. T. ;M. >Callawav, of Talladega, West,Florida., Larkins'. Statement. your own Screens. It.We
Ala., has accepted the call of tin Inaddition.to the- above, Nelson Can
II First Baptist .church of Pensacola. Larkins sends The Metropolis the Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.

:f : FANCY AND He who will resigned succeed'to' accept Rev., Fred a charge Jones at,I HHcHUGH'SBLENDS' following Mr., Eattor:. -,Please publish. this, ..,.............!.'..... .......................................................................... VWN.....Wi.............. .........................................................................".\/
Beach Island, S.: C. f r'.me. '
ft WHITE VESTS The Psnsacola: church sent a personal Mr. Epps stated in the evening
representative to deliver. the Atria .paper Monday;'that I'refuse'd to own Solve theProblem.
have !
3't call to Dr.: CalJaway. no equal. : my> gun at th3 coroner's inquest. I'

are very popular with R -Callaway: was born in Georgiaand will convince the connoisseur *- did ,and .always' had lent, Isham .mygun
r comes' from a family in which when he'asked me and I was
}" : smart dressers this season there were' several Baptist ministers.He that we Dot ,usingjt myself. ,Could I say that
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.e '
looks
. y Nothing so is a graduate of Mercer University make Mr.. Epps was" shot'withymy'' gun at !
: neat and genteel no extravagantclaims. "
as a
the' until I heard
: Inquest !
h at Macon, Ga., and also' the coroner
\!. Southern Baptist Theological Semin : Isham say that It .'waS?' I lent him .
: ary at.Louisville, Ky. He has been the gun"to hunt bat- I did'not know
VEST THAT'S"DIFFERENT. rastor of the church at Talladega he had hurt any one, I know I lent, I

I tor eight or nine years antf, is held Wholesale' and .RetailGROCERS, him .my gun ,and didn't know if it Keep your home refrAe I
t if in the highest 'esteem' by the people was or not? I expected him to rator full of Red H"< "' I
there, who part, with him with the ,hunt bats,-ashe. saia' he did when he Beer and enjoy life as :y.u I
", deepest of regret lie has given the : returned ..my should. It is the healthiest :- !
,... :' congregation notice of his acceptanceof gun.NELSON LARKINS.. telling Scabby Skin Bone Pains Swellings beer made and ver;: !
: Plain ..white 'and -
fancy the Pensacola call. He is now inthe Duval County) Jail inexpensive only lOc a bot I
t figures. in handsome patterns prim of .manhood and the Pen- and all kinds of Feed' If yon have aches heals all Scabs,Scales,Eruptions\Watery tie. Always the same !
$1.00 to 52.50. sacola church is satisfied that his StuffsPluto ,- i :Not if: as. Richj as Rockefeller.! and back pains and la Joints bones,, Blisters,parts.by giving" ej healthy- Wood toaCeoted For sale at all first class I

:". Our line' of Washable labors will result in much good. If'.you had all the wrath of. Rocket" I tt- s Itching, Scabby \ saloons. a I II
Skin Blood feels
Dr Callaway was here last January ler; the 'Standard.lfin uCgnat.e, you
. Four-In-Hands at 25c are hot-SwollenGla ds, CANCER
all the go. and delivered an eloquent sermon could not buy a better medicine for Biiingj and Bumpson I i
t. which made 4 great, impressionon' : bowel complaint than Chamberlain's the 8 The ii
.}_\ I waterWholesale ; The stow glctnreiihewwtatBottcleBtood Pfttcnea mouth, SnppnratlnqBwellings,Eating Bores, 'l'tJmora. -
his hearers.: Col'.c.-'ChoIera! and DIarrhoeaRemedy.., Sore Throat Pirn- ,ugly ulcers.--B.B.B.heals the sore i
I The: most- emlnei!'physician! can not >alDn'i11do.P1.> tK> plegCopper.ColoredSpots or worn cancer perfectly. II you' haves
Ij Sore Nipples.A : prescribe,a better preparation for colic blood puitnd rich. TJicers,all oa any ran part down of wins,take Blood Pimple Balm Swellings and they, Stinging will disappear
cure may/be: effected! by applyingChamberlain's and 'RetainNew and diarrhoea 'both ;lor children body, HMrpr Eyebrows falling out,taker before they-develop into Cancer. !1 Lewis Bear Co

Et t i H 0 ANSON Salve :as soon as the and ,ad lts. The.uniform success of r Botaalq Blood Balm, Guaranteed ant Botanic and safe Blood to take.B bn Thoroughly pleas tested
i ; it' this remedy has shown it to be I
child Is done nurilng. Wipe off superior 'to acre the worst and most deep seated for BOyears.Compoaed ol Pure Botanla i ii
1t' with' a !ott'cloth before allowing the to all otherjj., ;Jt'never: falls, cues. Heals all sores,stops all aches and Inereolents.. Strengthens Weak Btom.achs .
child to nurse- Many trained nurses Orleans Gfoceryfo, and when reduces wIth water and pains,reduces all swellings,makes blood large, bottle.cores pvipepgia..iake.. directed.Price 81 If per not i Wholesale Agents i iI I II
and rich changing the body Into a ,
1: CASH CLOTHIER, use this salve with the best results. sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every para healthy condition. -- cured when right quantity is taken
; : Priced 25 cents box. Sold by all ) family should be supplied with it. money refunded. Sample Sent Free by
per Old Catarrh, Eczema, Scrofula writing Blood Balm Co.',Atlanta,Ga. Describe
Corner and Main druggists. Jas. McHugh' L". Soldby, all druggist art canted by Poison In the Blood. B.B.B your trouble,and special free media I I Pensacola Fla. J
I! Palafu tops Uaw gandSpitdngItebingand6orptchiag cal advice to suit your cast,'also teat-la JI
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; ;cores Rheumatism;Catarrh) ; sealed UtttrO
; TRY BOSSO'S CREAM.; PHONE 26.t Phone 105. Proprietor IiiY $' O$ O'$. CREAM..PHONE' 1326. _. .
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