The Pensacola journal
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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 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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Preceded First, MRS. j JEFFERSON DA VIS-,.V' Clerks Bribed 't a...-) Furnish' Infor-- MUCH BUSINESS BEFORE Compliant i is Made Concerning *--'*J*Jt-J:iTO J,*

Brilliant Ceremony '
mation Regardii&Opposition METHODIST CONFERENCE Filing of Birth and Death f:'r.: ., J t :

Session of Newly Created, : ,: IS DANGEROUSLY. ILL Concerns.. : I. Records, ,. "f 'I .;' :-'.: .

Law Making Body. f 1" ;

OPENING ADDRESSCzar SUMMONED'. PROM'' COLORADO..' Payment of f Freight J .Rebates. "V, .SUBJECTS. .' :,>' t;:. : i
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: Official Records Show Room for i ,: J;t ;
IIi ____ FRISCO ROAD GIVESSTANDARD! By Associated'Press. I under the dispensary law. The report ; 4 :., ,' .

r Asked Parliament to Work 1 Birmingham, May 10.-At today's provides that preachers shall Vast J :j.ri
., REBATE Or TWO CENTS PER deal with members guilt y of such Improvement. : .
s r r session of the 'gen'eral L conference, .1. '. .. ; .
Hi h Him for Russian Empire. acts. The..same committee urged a'' ,. > '
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POUNDS WITNESS Methodist EpiscopalChurch, South '
HUNDRED ";; resolution calling on the president, $
a resolution was adopted calling for and congress to prohibit the manufacture -, NO BURIAL PERMITS WILL BE !& .:11 f ; Lr i
:TESTIFIES an investigation of "the-great and terrble and sale of liquor in the Panama
, CANDIDATE OF CONSTITUTIONAL f,edl v. HAS, SOLD SEVERAL L .GRADES OF : wrong". in the'.Congo .region and,I canal zone. SUED HEREAFTER UNLESS A. it.+ .J 1. :' i
asking that the United States government A petition signed by many lay del :
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OIL FROM WESA, : ?ilE TANK..- take; action,to pr6mpte! .an .Inter egates was presented tq the conference ONt '.1' '. ,
OF :THE LOWER 'HOUSE : ----4"' national inquiry asking .that five bishops be entered ,HAND-BIRTH REPORTS MUST :,i r.t 1 ;
.. A petition, signedbynumerous to "aggressive for-
BY OVERWHELMING VOTE- ..... .:"i..'*, men ef' the: HoJston conference, arfc ward movement to meet the rich 'opportunity SHOW SEX OP CHILD>PART1CU j --L; i ; ,:: '
Chao-; i 7WJiJlquiry by ed that a law be. enacted requiring during the next q adren- :t '; : i.
BODY WILL. MAKE REPLY' 'TO'SEE t t yy. .thfcscverhment! hriibgr; :the Interstate young preachers to pIedge.themselves. alum" (Four bishops are wanted for LARS; I' s" ';' : ;

H FROM THE THR'ONE. 'CothmeFeeConi7tission, ..jnto'therelations : not to use..tobocco. domestic fields and one for foreign. ; .. ,,, .. C'tfe t:
betwerra' ;"Stand rd Oil TIle temperance committee recommended missions. r 'r 3.7 f..t" "

Company and the railroads of the prohibition of a church member Several other memorials and peti According to reports at the city lull., ;

s +1, syr acting as a dispenser of liquor tions were presented during the day. there will be a great improvement i Ins If'1 ." 1- s j
By Associated Press.St 4 country been here today I I
Petersburg, May: 10.-A bright E. M. Wilhoit; of- Springfield, Mo., the matter of reporting births and tf-.1' 7:' '\ : I

day with happy augury brought the operator, but ten deaths to the Board of Health on the ,,:' '..l, :, ;.
independent '
now an House .,
representatives of Russian millions ago agent of the Standard, testified Appropriation! part of physicians and undertakers s ; 1 .. ;
ftc- to face with the Russian emperoru years tha '1' &k' t I II
that following! 'out the instructions For some time past it is alleged \ ;.
: the opening!' of the new Douma to- *.. 'LALa's3SA y r,F"F. ,($ of the Standard;'whUe.in its employ To Enlarge Pensacola Yardengaged I certificates of births and deaths have' .7 i. I Ii
da> ,. t 4* x. I with the clerk of the ; ,t f;
cif i+ e a"r 4 he bribed clerks in railroad: of- I i not been filed : ,
Th? city presented a pretty picture, flees ani the employees" independent Board of Health until several day ::1 f ; :.r I

gay with the national colors. Troops concerns 'to obtain information of By Associated Press in the manufacture of these elapsed after the birth or death, Rea !t -i .l
everywhere! gave an app:arance of : births! have been made but : < f
5, : the details of the business done toy' WashingtonMay10.By: an amend-I articles. ports of 'j >o .I
ie gt>. Banks, store? and schools and # But made the the of the child in ninety-nlna t !
j'r rivals. He' said frequently three ment to naval-appropriation. little progress was sex : :i-. :
some factories' were closed: But the .' grades pf oil were sold( from'the same the House to-day shells' and projectiles House with the naval appropriations cases out of every hundred has not ( -s, f;,' i
general hpliday was not proclaimxlwith tank by the'Standard:- Misrepresen- ; for the navy apartment will j! bill and after defeating the design to been given. It is understood that attending ; '1. ,. ; I
mutual distrust, and arevail- 'hereafter be' in the enlarge the yard' at Pensacola physicians are not wholly to. j' .
tat'on to lithe quality of oil was purchased open ;;: navy ;
!big everywhere was hope that a sin. made. as market and not secretly from firms j adjournment for the day-was taken. blame for this, as the blank on which {i:\ '..j ''I
cerj .understanding: between the ruler the return is made is without a spate.: -: '': ; .'
the: inquiry i developed
fed thfe people would be established t : I
from :to-day. ." the-: charge tteit'the'mseo road givesa for this important statement ;1 :r j 1', '' .f
Religious ceremonies began: the d'ay. ; ( rebate'of 4 wo' center per hundred, Consul Acted ,Promptly in 'Death Certificates. '1..s. : 'f.,. L
The imperial 'bearing th.em. : pounds to 'the Stas Iirdi when it 11' "
yacht Certificates of death, at least those ,) 'i :
veror and empress, swept down the : chatges; competitort that corporation -: furnished: by the undertakers fail to ', : "
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Neva and landed under th; fortress, of ten, time? thaiaiijunt- ,; Behalf, Fishermen ,, sUite the date of death, age of the deceased 1 t '. '
. St. Peter and.St. Paul, wher!'the par. Other witness cfte day 'Were 1i.C .. T : and the cause of death. An i': ,' ',1 i
ty-entered to pray in the cathedral. t. Deran' of SYemo(\t;. Ohio;' ;E. ,,2*. I: examination of records on file in the -. .J. ; ", .
The devotions' end?d, their majesties Lj' Ripler;presidenit-of tb e'Sant .Fe ra 1- By AssociatedPress? : presso/:to which. port the :vessels were office dJhe) clerk will substantiate ;. -" I .'

entered a launch and crossed the river road! ,. an4MU8sjoB former;agent of : : j i, taken,, =. -- -, this assertion in every detail It l U 'i !'. 1';
ta the Winter Palace.. Two- hour' the Stan4ardiB; n nolA, X11ie last-witness reportsne. i-,:The-report makes, it plain that-the understood that only yesterday a ceritan ;1\: f 1' 1 :
liiter vast, hosts ,o{ niiliUry;and ciyjl : ...
g8reiajnekTidene8"taeasaine a1t atpromptly and'g' energet cgt' u\1i4 rf Yer' Hied" a 'number .of : ; !
dlg'Qf arles,began. to arrive at the''pal. that of Wilhoit. < ,fishing vessel s ,he.caa \ '!!1.i 6iJ&a'lt'fof'tlie! ; fisherinea.* ;ft:aH death. certlflcatea showing deaths' of,' f r ; 't ,
are to, bear_theemperor's'viessagqtcthe 'by a Mexican !tibnatteac. e'l fndlcte .fbak..nore vessels.were selz- persons who died as far back as May --' '
representatives of HIe] .4ople. ': state department" Train.r .dnftt I : 'J aa'latiriiated' .i in the press dJ!- S. : I!
Troopers In resp'en5'el.t uniforms, JOE LEITER \ 'Thompson, ,Anierieahpt)auslhla1'ro; : : .p4te.]. 'r (y.,. ., : '
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sacks batitrrof
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machine'guns guarded the way :; Mayor Bliss, who i is ,
to the 'courtyard. Through this guard tl. ,SUSPENDED PROGRESS ber of the board if Vu stated yes ',; ; "

passd. splend'd: equipages bringingthe : t- GOOD EARTHQUAKE (erday afternoon t nil. uereafter physicians > : ,' ,
invited gitsts who gathered in and undertakers will ''be come "

the different halls waiting! summons --- '- \ By. Associated Press. ON'RATE"BILLWashington IN WYOMING gelled to comply with the law in every "l ; 4-I. ,
from the'throne in the hall of St. .
respect. The former will be held accountable ; "
rich- /Chicago, 111., May lO.-Announce- 8 -".
George. The magnificence and '
for the non-report of births ; : .
ment was made today that Joseph l, : '
tof the decorations andjewe's : : MRS.--JEFFERSON CIAVIS spectacularcorner May 10.-The senate Chicago, May 10.A dispatch to the, and deaths and no burial permit will t'; "L'
who carried a
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are almost undescrlbaibte.Shortly } I '
a'gohad today made good progress in considering -;(Inter-Ocean from Cody Wyo., says at be issued unless a certificate of death.: ; ', s >
in wheat eight years ', .
after one o'clock the emperor By Associated Press. I As she is nearly old it isNew '
eighty !
years ,
on the railroad rate=bill and reach 6 o'clock last night an earthquake has been filed by a reputable ph'sician -
from membership
de1ivfre '"hs address to the assembled York May! 10.,-Mrs. Jefferson feared the attack may be fatal. It is been suspended minute the application for the" .f.- : :
passed unless
Board of Trade. Leiter's ed a point where .the Allison compro- shock; lasting nearly a or :: .
; parliament, in presence cf ai I Davis: widow of President Davis of reported that her daughter, Mrs..T.the .. the Chicago of mise amendments- will- be taken up i through Elk Horn vall emoving burial permit MS accompanied by a certificate j ,,
toted gathering. The tone of his; Confederacy, is dangerously ill A?dison Hayes, has been summoned, suspense, it is said, was because The senate sat until s'.x: north and eouth. No damage is reported of death. t .: ;' .
bill tomorrow.
speech' wai conciliatory. It expressed'the with grippe in her apartments here. from her home at Colorado Springs.BANKER complaint from a trader that a o'clock and will meet at. eleven o'clock, from the various towns which City Physician Pierpont has issued I ?",' ':
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for services rendered -
emperor's wish that relief woula'be for $8,000 : ,
morning. have telephoned in the news. strict instructions to Clerk Merritt ; J
given to the peasants and 'called the corner was still unpaid. tomorrow .' ,. .
under no circumstances to issue a : _

on tolving parliament!the present to work problems with of him Russia in- CAPT1 burial showing permit the death unless of the a certificate party for.,. '\".,;. T"'. ; ,

united The and opening and handing.prosperous of down the lower to empire posterity houses: of a I,,|: [ K'I LIED[ PIERCSISHERE[ [ -z-. .. file whom or the accompanies certificate the is desired application.is off'|- *<* :;*' 4"jiA{*r, *.' :*'

of parliament was preceded by a religious ., ''' ''' Will Furnish Blanks. : fi ',
service! of thanksgiving. The ,., will be furnished th4 ,J\: \
tall convening parliament was read flY Y mm [ R :.- -- .. :
e % .1 ,. proper blanks on which to report ,,: ;:'h-.i;
end a recess taken that the members. <
s : .") births and deaths and any violation. : 1-1-; : s
night sign the oath of office. __- of the law will be prosecuted, according -:' \ .
Reconvening the Rouse elected Prof. to information given out at thu ;r i r '
Serge :Mouromtseff pre,1d'ent by a what be learned, H;
city hall. From can ,
vote of 426 to "I. Hs was the candidate [R [ [ '
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of the Constitutional Democrats. BRGTHERI around the city headquarters the administration } : t : ,
\ has been lenient in mat. = j i.f.! I; .
Taking the had expelled frou1the ,
.ch3lr'he 1 ters of reporting births and deaths, f j n ,.
hall the government clerks who 2kff I : 'I "' ', ;.'
> /a G but thinks it is time to call a halt> "
'ere in the hall without the right to I I i ,.)
jJc and demand a strict compliance with } i a...: :
br there. Barricaded Himself: and Johnson Will Succeed Ia1jt4 i !
The president's address covered the Murderer' Captain the law on the subject. ; _. .'f"": '_- :

Importance of the work betore the Are Exceptions. t .<;. <'J:.
hou Defied Captureot r Finally O.ficer: r Named to Be Artil- ," -
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In the matter of reports there ar$ f ; 'tf.i
The house decided, 'make a reply '! : .; ;f- : .j ,
1o some exceptions. Some of the cert'-- } "
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to the speech from the throne and Surrendered Sheriff (lary Eng neer. I ficates do comply with the law, r /i, li jf ;

then adjourned until to-morrow. I II and the sex of new born babies are a I'i"
By Auoclated".Preu.. 1/ I tr shown but such reports are so few': .i. : 1r; '

FUNERAL OF LATE Montezuma Ind.:May l6.'::W.>H. Sylvester For Barrancas officer will and. the entertain Twentiethcompany another I s that they can be counted on the fingers .' : ';}-',

president of the First Nation- army l during month's time. Death certificates t : ,
rl Bank, was shot and killed today by"ks will have a new commander. when filed are several days ::1'old ,'; ;;

EDWARD O'BRIENThe brother, whos&ymind Is- believed' Captain F. E. Johnson,.of the artillery according to records in possession ,'\ .
has been transferred to 'FOrt ) .
be unbalan e'd.' The shooting oc corps
to k of Clerk Merritt of the Board of > .
curred at the home of .the dead 'man ''Barrancas. He is from the school of Health tIn .t "' .1.. .

cf the late Edward and follow' .a, quarrel, in which sub-marine defense, Fort Totten, New + d the opinion of :Mayor Bliss there ,V ....
Sylesvester, who., .dId ,th3 York haibor. / y i .
Stephen for the '
is room for vast improvement : ; :
OBrien: held atI o'clock yesterday + }
was con killing, demanded money and:.Was re- Captain Johnson is appointed; 'to 11'1 XuM9v4 gathering of statistics pertaining to 1.- : ". if'
afternoon, the services being !
the created by the transfer
fused. vacancy # : t t
births and deaths and with the aid of :
ducted church by f .
at St. M-'chael's
E. D'a Pierce be artillery .
I separted of Captain
The men clinched and to the other members of the Board of ';1 .
Father Fullerton and the interment a'pos'tion formerly held by j1. '
Stephen drew a 'revolver and fired. engineer Health it is proposed to see that the- -
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being in St. Michael's cemetery.The tiaptain 1... S. Lyon. Captain Lyon -:
to Lhls. home
funeraservices He then fled own' improvements are made, and that the' ; ;4J7' :
was transferred to the field artir/wv: .
largelyat-I took refuga in-/a recently constructed' was '
law is strictly and impartially enforc' t !
tended and a wealth of shed in, .which:, he tad a number of and will soon leave i, take commands I ., "
:tested in part the love and esteem!:I revolvers rifles and .ammunition. H-s of his battery which Is. stationed tl ed. .. f'-fii"<: ;
n which the deceased gentleman was:, declared he would not be taken alive.iThe Mindanao, P. I. r 1 RAFT :
held by those who knew him. The sheriff ''was at once sumoned Captain Johnson:; the"new 'army officer ar BISHOP WEED'S #'} : ,
following were, pall be.arerstEfH.. .' from RockviUe, eight inn k away and_ will have' command of the20th h '

Pu'naniJno., ." B. Guttnam, Rabt': J. a thousand persons,aVaited. his coining company stationed,'at Fort Barrancas..' fl.; :
Brent J. Ed. Abercrombie, Jas. T. Mcfonaiighy -: at a safe distance from Sylvester's ANNIVERSARYi )

and Jno. A: Merritt. ', barricade. :, j' GOON c-
Capt. J. E1.'O'Bren.; son of the deCeased Sheriff Carter-and a deputy arrived BANKER IS NOW '" 0 # : 3

arrived from 'Washington yesterday late in the afternoon. The officers approached Q 1' Bishop Edwin G. Weed, of the Diocese t' L-

morning and was present at his the shed where Sylvester BEHIND THE BARS of Northern Florida, was presented .t .,;' ; .
wtler's funeral. vas concealed' an4.caned upon-him .ro 0t t with a magnificent silver service y'r, ,, '
surrender. After' a/momsnt's .hesita- f : at Jacksonville on Tuesday nfght, the :.": -; _
W'lliAM' BRITSON'S BO.D'Y. : tion he replied .that ie -would come occasion be'.ng: the twentieth anniversary '. : .r: !
WILL ARRIVE TODAY cut if assured of safety; This assurance '. By Associated .Press. < of his elevation to the Episco ;; i' :F

was, given-and' ihe'' officers and Chicago, May 10.-Gustav F, Sar- pate. The presentation was made at. .F;} ..ft
The remains of William Britson who prisoner started/forRocfcyille*._: tow; former i-ice-presldent of th? 'de the Board of Trade auditorium at a !f. i t '-
',fd at Chandeleur Island Saturday : I' funct Bank of America;; failed yesterday '. reception tendered by the Church club ,;J$

*ll'1 arrive in Pensacola this morning. METROPOLITANHANDICAP to obtain bend, any: was locked up ., J thffM1 of Jacksonville. The presentation was ::!:: 'll' ,
the j> funeral wile take place from tne WQN. BY GRAPPLE ;; the: county jail. ,,' made by Rev. J. F. Hendry of St. Augustine i ?'
h1f'nCe of his sister Mrs. John By Associated Press. !tin""JVith 'ex'JpJge. Abner Smith, F. E. in the presence of five hundrej -g :l'I,! ,,:
Cal1Ptell.! 110 South JDeVillier street; Belmont Park .N. Y.. May H1.:The Creedman and J, Y. Pierce; Sorrowwas < people. Bishop: Weed was deeply at- ; '.'t ," f";'

fOI11e time today. Deceased was aOther Metropolitan1 Handicap one,mile., was indicted by the April grand jury! SFOUT1XG LAVA! HERETS ONE VOLCANO ,THAT'S NOT I fected by the gift and made all eloquent i _' 1 l ;,
t:- to Thomas Britson custodian won, by Grapple; ,.DanitU l:.. second;,I He was arrested' in New York and returned .; ; THE GRAFTER AND HUMiBUGS-GREAT : and feeling addre Js it respoistf' y; ,1: "1" .'
I !( to Chicago Tuesday nig-hi. I GOING TO QUIET DOWN: FOR US!
( 1 1o J lumber and timber. Oxford, third.. Time .139. I f

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; HON. JOHN S. BEARD. i < \ )That Tired- Feeling i aAEaEans[ 5 tJ : 1i-j BMHSffioni H -" *"1 1 M- -- _

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to spring is a
That comes yQUeTe1'1, %
SPUKSTWICE. TODAY eign' that your _blood is wanting in tingGns

vitality t aa pomplea and other eruptions -
--v- are signs that it is impure.One J JAIL n DOOR R ATBRETON T

.- of'the great facts of ,experience

; Makes Address This Afternoon at 2g1i and observation is that Hood's Sarsaparilla -

Magnolia Bluff and Tonightin !- ,, gives always new remoyea life and That new courage.Tired Feeling 8 N NTwo I

Seville Square. : Today buy and begin to takeHOQ'd's .ill.iii.
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SarsaparillaIn _

_ Hon. John S. Beard, Escamhla coun liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses jf It : I 0

: ty's addresses next state to-day--one senator,this will make afternoon two I II Important :Prisons Mad_

: at the Ladies Auxiliary picnic at ,Their Escape But 'One \Was "
:Magnolia Bluff and the other in Seville I \

Beard the Although county square has made he in speaking has the a complete na city opposition in to-night.more convass places, Mr.of I Base Ball Captured'NarPoIIard., ""r'' I 1 ((1t"w( \

rnd to more people than any other can- Special to The Journal. '
tate in the field. $ 1 SATURDAY MAY 12th Brewton Ala., May 10.-F, L. Hancock : Many a girl who graduates

Mr. Beard Is an eloquent ana1 convincing ci white, charged with the mizde. ,\ It from: high school or female: '
speaker and to-day will be '
the final opportunity which P 'Jl.SacO- At Palmetto Beach of Prof. J. Troutman- of Canoe. \ college with a brilliant record

Jians have had to hear him lathe present .. t Ala.,and Ben Starks colored.charged ,' and high standing is broken

campaign. He will begin his address -, Between with grand larceny 'escaped from the .' down before she is twenty. '
: at Seville square to-night at 8 F- county jail here last night by sawingout Avoidle Bakers aad\

o'clock and he invites the public generally -, the bars of the jail ..door.The Nowadays girls are pushed '
to be present and hear him. The Bank Clerksand jail is a new building of the latest ....
of -
I HON. JNO. S. BEARD.: typeof jail construction, and it is Sufferings Womanhood to the limit of their endurance 7-

Stop Grumblingif alleged the prisoners could not hare both in school and :society. .'.

you suffer from Rheumatism or escaped but for the negUg nce of the make
must success
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment SHIP'S MASCOT The High SchoolADMISSION jailor! Will Raley. who, it Is stated, \ They

will bring quick relief. It is a sure not only neglected to lock them in \ p1 -even if they are forever .-,"

cure for Sprains, Rheumatism Contracted 25c their cells but left them in the corridor : \ .unfitted for the larger, school
Muscles and all pains-and COT THE LETTER of the jail with only the bars 'of ,
life and debarred from *'
within the Beach of all Price 25c, the front door between them and free of
3 o'clock
Game called at arrival
60c $1.00. C. R.. Smith Tenaha, Tex. doD -. the. happiness of motherhood. '

writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow LETTER, OF COMMENDATION FOR Dummy The' matter 'will be brought to the .

Ljahnent my family: for )'ears..and'I. .. BRAV.E DEED, CHEWED UP attention of the grand"jury at the fall 4 |
have found it a fine remedy for all; term of the circuit court with a viewto makes
BY A BILLY GOAT. At this time'oflife when just entering upon womanhood, nature
pains and aches.. I recommend it NEW: RAILROAD punishing the petson who permitted ,

for pains in the cheat" Sold by all Special to The Journal. the escape. heavy drains upon the vitality, especially at each monthly period,
druggists. Hancock charged with one of the
10. "' it be .
Washington May } RIACIiLSQUINCY
most brutal murders ever committed
1 possible for me to securd certified .
in this county. Iris'charged that on Compound
Copy of the letter of commendation I Lydia'E.Phddtanfswgetable
A WISE WORD TO"TIThCANDIDATS the first day of 1905 he 'wentto
> received from the secretary of the Capt. W. B. Denham, general man January; ,
Canoe Ala., and waylaid Prof. J. A; '
Florida and Alabama -
navy? In some unfortunate manner ager of the Georgia, '
: the mascot of the ship, a billy goat Railway says his road is moving Troutman; wh 'ws a cripple and finable the mot wonderful of all toni restorative medicines for women, will.tdfljtqting: girl over.

it.got" possession of the letter and ate I one.forward This' is in a more statement directions literally than three to tint defend s, each himself! f the, and bullets shot enterIng him- this trying time and bring her safely f into strong, noble beautiful womanhood. '

fn a letter to the navy department I true says the Jacksonville Metropolis. the back of.his victim. His case of Beautiful School GirlHer
Experience High
THIS 16. LAST CHANCE.THEY WILL.RAVE John. Oonnally a seaman, on the It was last Saturday night, that the was before th.e last term of the circuit a

,cruiser San Francisco states the above : line extending from Havana to Quincy court but resulted 'in 'mistrial, the First Letter.
TO REACH PEOP.LEBEFORE 'and makes'a request for the certified was completed by laying the rails jurystanding eleven' to one for con Mr DEAR MRS. PtNItH.Uf-1: I write to see if you can suggest some means to cure me. A
viction. little than 1 unwell for the first time and since then I have been sick all
: copy of the letter of commendation. into Quincy. The. branch which is more a year ago was
THr'RIMARY&: i the time in other and suffered with and periods. I went to a -
some or painful Irregular summer
i The letter. was referred to the bureau twelve and a half miles long, will! not way
of navigation where certified STARK'S CAPTURED AT: resort for my health and was doctored all summer but to no effect. I have not been unwellfor
-- a be to traffic-however until !May
I open two months and thought I would see if you could do me any good. I attend High School
:Most of the candidates for office copy was forwarded to Conally. Ipth. On the other end is the exten- HOUSE' NEAR POLLA'RDBrewton
and would not like to miss any time if it is possible. MARION BARBER, North Adams, Mass; *
lave done more or lees Advertising by Connally "received the letter for sion from Cuthbert' to Columbus, Ga. -

the use of cards; hand bills and post heroJsm in saving the life of fit G. The road is now operating between! Ala:, May 10.-.Ben Starks, Miss Barber writes again after two

tens,.but very few of them haTe util--Tarbox of the same ship. Tarbox ac- Cuthbert and. Apalachteola. which in: the negro who, together with F.. L. years
ized to any extent the best and only cidently fell overboard and Connally eludes a steamer line of thirty miles I. Hancock escaped from the county jal Mv DEAR MRS. PINKHAU:-Some time ago 1 wrote to you for advice, being troubled with
teal method of reaching the people jumped;' into the water and supportedhim between Carrabelle! and Apalachlcola here last night was arrested and irregular and painful periods and female troubles 1 began taking Lydia E. Pickham's: Vegeta-

I viz. ,the newspaper. until he was picked up by the A construction company to have' brought 'back to Brewton this morning Lie Compound and Liver Pills and using the Sanative Wash and I am glad to say I am completely
vessel. cured and have not had sickness since. I wish to thank for kind advice
'' makes by Charlie 'Sowell Starks any you your
Newspaper advertising merchants charge of the_ extension! from Cuth a negro.
and shall recommend medicine to girl friends. MAKOH BARBER, 101 Bracewell Ave.,
rlcE Newspaper advertising, bert to Columbus has been formed I, went to SowelFS1 house hear Pollard yonr my '
North Mass
'When properly managed by a candidate and will probably begin work very and asked for 'assistance and was Adams : .
who has merit behind hm will soonThe people of Columbus are promptly taken Hi: charge"bySo wel !"
Free Advice for Girls
feet. that can4l oa.te.! There is no I NO. CtlUMUCKU80edal I considering a proposition from the and brought baciOto Jtit1 pvr", Young

question about that. railroad' company, and this will be : All young girls are earnestly urged to write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn Mass., for advice.

; It is only through"the newspaper settled before_ construction is. begun. COIJNT. (AcINT Mrs. Pinkham is daughter-in-lav of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-fiye years under her

-. 'I that a candidate can reach ALL! of to The Journal.. ITiere can be J little doubt that Columbus 'OAL'OFTHE NAVY direction and since her decease, she has been advising sick women free of charge.
the voters. Very few of the voters i
will travel about the country to'read "North- Chum ckla", 'May' 10.-The rjriH inakeilhe concess'on: ask- --' Thousands of women are well stronf and beautiful to-day,because they ma e a confidant of
f railroad. Soeclal to The Journal. -
the It offers
ed by
cards tacked up on trees but they all sad intelligence has just reached hereof a great Mrs. Pinkham and followed her instructions at this critical time of their lives.
opportunity to develop the trade of Washington, May 10.- -The bureaa
read the and through the the, death. ot little Emory thetwelve' .
newspapers '
.?oldson Columbug through the splendid section cf equipment has'b=-en advised of the
of :
Mr. Mrs.
newspapers is the way to reach them. year and '
There are but three issues of The Lawrence: Miller who reside in Dar opened by the road., .CarjabelleFia. htpment from ;Manila'. for1 testing, osamples :
t ( .. will.; lso be benefited commercl of coal'A>r use in naval 'vessete. _
!Uturnal between now and the day of.be HcgtonS.C.. "IiHtle-Emory l :met nisdeithr ,
the : With"the1 amples"omes -
ally by extension and should in complaint.that.it -
and if candidates intend bra'movinTtrain which severed -
\ primary .
time does'not burn'well, having
into .
develop a port of consider- --
I to do any newspaper advertising they bis body. (Mr. Miller has a great "
? will) have to be about it. many relatives and friends in this able importance. C nne t'on is madeat been treated', by a. sulphur process I cculd solicit business for .awhi:.' ",,

Those who want to get into Sun section, .it being the place of his birth. Carrabelle with Apalachicola steam. to prevent combustion In the bunkers. CHANGES ORDERED HERBERT'MOOGWAS i i house if the goods are delivered

day's :Journal must have copy in .by .Mlgs Ada Davis left a few days ago ers, and also'wltli the Pensacola Company 'trieght or express. It does not many .

... to-oight or Saturday morning.Grandfather's on a.visit..to.;:Alabama., and Mississ'ppi. : and Chattahoochee river steamers. Baseball, ) Saturday. IN. 'THE U. S. NAVY NOT GUILTYSUPREME new point of law. Similai
where she will ;pend some time The 'High Schools" and' the "Bank : isions have ibsen rendered befoi

with relatives and friends.,. Clerks"'are advertisng'a'.! baseball! I i!!, however of interest to man
I gam"e 'for Saturday aftennoon at : 3 t aibition counties of Alabama. It-
Fred B. Perkins of Piae Barren .
Cure for visitor to our town last Sunday. Col UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED.Men o'clock. This is said to be"the first! cf RECENT. ORDERS I ISSUED TO OFt COURT OF ALABAMA them knowledge that the ageiu
a series of garnet to be played every "holes ale whiskey house can t
ConstipationREAT Perkins Chumuckla always, where has a:,he hearty filled welcometo the of and Women Unanimous About It. week either on Saturdays or Fridays. rrci BY THE DEPARTMENT HOLDS' HE HAD RIGHT TO into a county and. solicit onti": -

-, flee of mayor for two terms. During Many women,w pand wail and refuse A small admission of 25e. !) will oe AT WASHINGTON. SIOUCIT' IN "DRY"COUNTIES gardless of the prohibition law '

medicine,-the Sawbuck. his administration he made many: to ibe comforted because their! charged. the county provided the goo.-

Two hours*day sawing wood friends'who! are. -always. glad to wel- once magnificent tresses have be shipped in any way that come-
the provisions of the Intsrsta! (' <
come him in their homes. coma thin and faded. Many men in. GOSPEL MEETINGS ATCHURCH '
win keep anyone's Bowels I dine Special;, to The Journal. irerce law.
to "because OF
profanity' the flies CHRIST .
.Mr; .and ,Mrs.:J. W. Davis, Jr., and t
rer.. little'! .son and daughter Harvey and bite through the thin thatch on their Washington. May 10.-The follow.I The Montgomery Advertiser of yes Mr. Moog represented a Pi r.-

No need of pills*, Cathartics Castor Oil, Inez, of Meridian, Miss., are visiting tranlums. It will be good news to the The Church of Christ. will begin a ing orders have been issued to officers terday contained the following: house and he solicited bU lll'--.

nor"Physic," If you'll only work the Sawbuck their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs miserable' of both sexes, to learn that series of gospel meetln'gs at .their! of the United States navy: I I Soliciting orders in a prohibition: Monroe county. For that off"!n! .
H. C. McDavid of Chumuckla. 'Mr'1 ewbro's Herpicide has 'been placed house of. worship. corner: Jacksoq and Capt. H. M. Hodges retired, detached -'' county for shipment of whiskey by was triad and indicted for vo! ,,'
regularly. '
a a Davis holds the important position of upon the market This is the new Alcanlz streets, Sunday, ;at. 11 .a.. :jn. duty as Hydrographer, Bureau of frEight or express is no violation of the county's prohibition laws. :
chief. in I scalp gepnlcide ana' antiseptic that These meetings will be conducted by Equipment, Navy Department, May the law of Alabama! ; and Herbert Moog, reversing the case >esterd\ ", -
Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation cJ.erk' !thecommissary depot, acts by destroying the germ or'ml- C. M. Pullias, an evangelist of 'the 31, ordered home. a traveling salesman, will not have to I/reme Court declared that M'" : !
on the Crescent
and railroad.
t ,and-a Ten-Mile walk will do, if you No doulbt Queen the friends crobe that is th'9,underlylng cause of church from Tennessee who is a fine Lieut. Comdr. J. L. Latimer, detached lay a fine in the court of Monroe' coun- had not been guilty of viola, .r"i .

haven't got a wood-pile. Mae Miller, formerly-of many: our town of Miss all hair destruction. Herpiclda is a speaker and a good instructor. All Bureau of Ordnance, Navy Department ty. Such was the effect of a decisionof law.
But, If you will take your Exercise in an be surprised\ to ifear pf her marriage new preparation made ,after a new are cordially invited to attend these to ,the Virg nia.Ensign' the Supreme Court of Alabama yes \
formula \ terday. ICE CREAM AT 90c PER GALu: M
on an entirely new principle '
C.V. detachedthe
Easy,Chair,there's only one way to do that, to Mr. Clarence Hatley, of Darlington, meetings. iDensmore the : '
Anyone who has tried it will testify Arkansas to the Marietta as sen-I The cas's! ffected operation of AND 50c PER HALF GALLOiBoSSS
b cause.-there's'Onlyone kind of Artificial S. C., several days ago. We wish the as to its wcrth." Try it yourself! and 'engineer omcer when commissioned. the Interstate Commerce law and under J i ICE CREAM FACT-;

Eierdta for the Bowels and its name is young cpuple a happy and prosperous I be convinced. For- sale! by W. A. .t this law it was held that a man PHONE 1326.
"CASCARETS. journey through life.Mr. .. DAlemberte, druggist NO PERSON! I
and Mrs. Walter, D. M. M David 121 and apothecary, Midshipman L. S. Border- to the Alabama. -- -
South Palafoxi street
; or send 10iu
Casearets are the only means to exercise of .
Bowel Muscles without work. I McDavid, spent' the day in our stamps for sample, to The 'Herpi- '(Midshipman E. S. Robinson detach. -_ __ '-:... ___ ;';! :. ::-: c. :: : -__':: :; '; ::;>-",- .. ....-Ji. '. ...;'-.:' -,
1th1 town .
> last Sunday- cide Co., Detroit,. :Mich. i
Mr t: Fred B.Perkins, of .Pine Bar. WOULD MAKE SUCH A PROPOS ed the Florida! to the Marietta when

They don't Purge Gripe nor "upset ren and Miss Mamie McCavid of Mc- ,commissioned.
youtstomach." because they don't act like Davli.arl ttie Quests of Mrs. W. A. ION TO THE PEOPLE OF PEN. Midshipman J. S. Woods detachedthe Over Haifa Million
McDavid this week. :Chicago to the Princeton. .
'Phpfca. SACOLA UNLESS THEY H. Brown detached the
Mr. Richard H. Bonifay and little Great
They don't flush out your Bowels and son, Edison, were pleasant callers at WERE ABSOLUTELYSURE. Colorado to the Marietta when com SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive Mr.'H.C. McD vld's lastSunday. They missioned.

Jules u Salts Cutor Oil Calomel Jalap, also visited the; noted 'McDavid Miner. Passed Asst Surgeon P. A. Sul' and Do you think such an enormous business could be built up ., -

Aperient Waters always do. al Springs' f, M. Bogan to the Marietta when continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and aDo >' '

No-Ctscarets strengthen and stimulatethe I. Mr. Albert G. McDavid was a pleasant Reduction {i commissioned. yor. think we could hold the trade of half a million people, 11 >- ;-
: inEyeGlasses 'Chief Boatswain D. Glynn detached '
callerSunday afternoon.Dr. Did you ever,know or hear of a person reputation for doing exactly: what we say wasn't firmly established?
Bowel Muscles that line the Food :Abbott. of :Milton conducted who would offer to return ever naval training station, San Francisco, :Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Band '

,passages and that tighten up when food services at Damascus church last Fri. cent you had :paid him if he could not Cal..tothe. Independence. Professional men in every section of this country would keep on u- :
'touches them. thus driving the food to its day. He gave-us a fine sermon and build up health and create strength (Boatswain C. Schonborg detachedthe HAYNER. WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? .

finish. delivered 'very able lecture at the end vitality for old people, weak Texas to the Franklin. Do you thinkdoctors, would recommend it and hospitals use it, ::
Masonic memorial service at the sickly children the wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated?
A graveof women and aim'
Cascaret acts on Bowel Muscles .
your Mr. Fails in tile Shady Grove ceme- convalescent, create an appetite:,cur The Champion Leaptr. Just think these things over carefully and then.send us a trial <
W H you had )just sawed a cord of wood er Your money back if you are not satisfied.
tery Sunday" Several
lodges were stomach troubles, make those who are A hunter of queer zoological specimens .
walked ten miles. represented' md several hundred peo- too thIn. fat rosy and healthy!' Or during a visit to the :Malay I United States Senate Washington r

That why Cascarets are safe to take ple were on the grounds. A great cure hacking coughs chronic colds, peninsula' discovered a curious in- "I have found harDer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal p"Wm.
ponrlnuomly in health or oat of health. many people" were there from Milton .. throat and bronchial troubles? .M. Sima"
Because they move the!! f4 Naturally. Brewton and other neighboring towns. This is exactly the offer our wen sect K: called the lantern fly, which e U.S. Senator from N' "

Dr. Abbott. of ,Milton Rev. J. t>. known and reliable druggists W H. makes great leaps without the aid
it without waste of tomorrow'scastric ?
iigestln Morley of Nora, and Mr. P. L. Diamond We are noxv sellingUaW'k White & Co., make to every person in of wings. It was some time before '-

: Juice. .' bt ,Cora were pleasant callersat (Ftensacola. ho could find out where its HAYNER WHISKEY
Mr. H. 'C, McDavld's last Friday. A member of the above firm says,
t The thin. flat Ten-Cent Box is madeto Dr. Abbotl has accepted a call as *'Our offer is based upon what we believe leaping, power lies, but he at last

fit your Vest pocket or "My Lady's" pastor. of Damascus, church for this s' to "be the greatest streJlth- re- found a' queer projection on the

: Purse. Druggists-10 Cents a Box. year. The ',doctor ranks among the ctor and health-restorer known to frojit of,its head, like a nose, and FULL .20 EXPRESS

Carry it constantly with,you and take a first as a Baptist minister and. we feel mtedicine,, Ylnol, which is the u -to- this it bends back under the abdomen : !! ,
4 1$3
assured that he will accomplish much $2.50 [ Glasses date form of administering cod liver '
and then suddenly releases it \1
ye ,
} Ctscaret whenever suspect need ,
you you good in .this new field of, labor. oil, recognized for centuries as the the effect being like that of :QUARTS PREPAID <
; one.Be The crops-in-thls .section are very grandest of all tody-buiWIng! agent a spring. ,

very careful to get .the genuine promising and the farmers. all feel for for wasted bumaa strength and vita' bo rd. !
ity. OUR OFFER We will send you In a Plaia anted case with no t$
made only,. by the Sterling Remedy Company good. marks to show content*. FOUR FULL QUART ,r
Dried Milk. '
; and never sold! !in! tulk. Every tab) Mr. 3. :'WI Davis. Sr... of Merrill ': In Vtaol we have simply done away -. BOTTLES OP "HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR U20, and we f
I- stamped( "CCC." .I Miss. Is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. : 1.25 with the useless system-clogging. Australia has adopted the system win pay the express charge Take it home and sample it,have your doctor "j '
I $ and given the people all the medicinal test It-every bottle U wfsb. Then if don't find )
of The milk is you yon it just as we
I IL C. M Javid. Mr. Davis is .connected : drying'milk. evapo- say ..... ;:}
t_ curative elements of cod liver oil ac and perfectly ,stisfactorysb1pftbakto cs AT OUR EXPENSE and :;< '
: your
with the Ro .e.'Lumber Co., of Merrill, tully taken, from fresh cods' liver rated between steam rollers and soldas $3.20 wQ be promptly. refunded. How could aay offer be fairer? You J

L FREE TO OUR READERS I where be 'has' been for several years. and we have never cold in our.storea .apowder. As nothing but water don't risk a cent RA" ;

Jt baa been arranged to null tree a He is weU known in West' Florida and medicine of more intrinsic value. ,:.has been abstracted, the addition Orders for Arii.Ca!.,Col., Idaho.Mont.Nev..N.)(ex.,Ore.Utah.Wash. ", ....- .,., I I
South Alabama. or Wyo..must be on tbe bails of 4 Quarts for 4.OO Express Pre T 1.J"
beastiful little Fre ClJ.dufla.d GOLD- As
a body builder and strength- re-
of water makes Prepaid.Write
wholesome l5.20b> .
paid *0
or iv Freight
f. trinket box,bard-enameled Quarts
PLATED In Nina, 'the little daughter of Mr. and etor for old weak i- ;
pretty colors, handsome ornament Mrs. H. C. has .. people, women dean and sterile milk. A leading nearest office and
most liberal offer ever made, and we McDavid been suitej W A D'Alemberte puny chiMTen, 'after sickness'anI for oar do it NOVV. liiJ;
want every reader to- have one. Ten ing wifti an,Injured foot but we are all) pumonary ,diseases, its fame has : medical officer! is reported to havesaid.that 'Q-,

L;, ot cents good in faith stamps and la Co asked cover as coat a measure of Caaeareta glad to; state" .. "a.t.he!_w u..EJ J is near spread so far that it is now 'guaranteed 'the adoption of dried ,milkat THE. HAYNER. ,DISTILLING. COMPANY, -.,0'...-"" r..
with which this dainty box la ly welt Druggist ind Apothecary by over two thousand of the leading some of. the asylums for ,
Atlanta Ca. 0. Louis
V loaded. )fr. H. C. Jacobi, of the firm of Ja- consump Dayton .8t Pailrt=inn.m .
t druggists of the country and epecially
Send today, be ante to mention tAI I tive j>atrents and in general hosoitals PlStULIM. TOT, 0. &U2U3STO I I.J
-Son of -
r. paper and write your address plainly cobi & Molino is over on a by us." W. H. White &: S-I 1358.WC :
Address Sterling Remedy Company business trip. 121 Sooth Pilafoi! Street Pcmacda! flat druggists.! has,proved a success. _
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TH-E PENSACOLA JOURNAL. ,, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY jl, 1908. .& ._ + r 'rHltR. t !il '

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r- 1!I N F OF i.i p 1 1I. jl\ ''y-,.',' NEW SHOE ':, '' --:.c t"f'.i' ;!t i I

n TRRNSFE : : r' Def I. c, : : : FACTORY': :c 't rr :

Our .._ . ) 'l \ ,

The I[ 'J '. \ .:_:_.'/-,;.,. .' ...;|?, FOR ATLANTA- '. /". ".' :: t' '=-; ,.:.....-. -*;: ,. .': : I Ia
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Special-.to l :The JurnaL r : ; I
PROP n InTY f ISMADE Painter Knowsthe .' DeFun'ah Sprin'g'syMay 10-Mr. and ;;" 11- :(.. .-" : '.-;- *" .* ,JS :'i"iL': :

Stein-Bloch best results "Mrs."Y' Mr.Wallace and ''Mrs.Bruce 3phn of Belter Brooklyn.,: of Warren N. \ =: i : ,. That in the past twelvemonths sixteen:v. C' L. ; '
can obtained only

[ when Pure Linseed the paint Oil is mixed Pure White with the Lead reqUiri.ments ..and. ,and Ohio Mrs Mrs.. Pound', MeGlfford t'of.Ashtabula and daughter p.-, : ': 'ordinary every-day Shoe salesmen should: ': : k IT

of the particular job in view. have. returned home : .< :. : ,
Mondayhas made gar. "
Be of the ma'n who The rain on ,
Smart wary suggests use

.of know paint the already ingredients.'prepared.of such He mixtures.cannqt den though'truck it isto spring be feared up.:_as\if'that by.the magic cold :'f. f.: < :sell! and ship Sixteen:, ,Hundred. Thousand' .-; ., J' :" '. ": :,! t I

First-class painting can only be had by' 'of last night may delays things a lit, '
South Palafox Street Methodist the use of paint.which contains nothing tle. The cool mornings: Sand hot days: '.: "Dollars, is a story worth:-while.. : :; fl' 1 ,
Clothes-- but Pure White Lead and Pure. Linseed. are responsible ,for quite a little! :sick .- t
: Church Congregation Figuresin Ofl, colored''to the desired ness. ';.: > I. r. ,.:' ,. : .t :
shade ,, of Ashtabula, .* That all L. ." -+
SpecifyRED Mrs.e'H.: T. Sherman' .. : not .. ""'"' = ?'.". .. ; .' oif. .
; Realty Deal. 0.. 'returned home with her family last ,. .. .-" -- ; ,...,: ., '" f,4 f. '

Mastery ,in make % 'i.1 ,:'I' Pure White SEAL Lead ,r bought-.a Saturday;house While on her Orange,1 Mrs.street Sherman and \;-, .' :. In the past s&, :weeks.'these.same: brave ; ':= .t '"> fft<, .;
Hade b the Old Dutch
j Process)< > : i '
for winter home. Mre. .
: has fitted it up. a. ,
confer fit and.;:'style;;; : THE CHURCH PROPERTY: ON mixed with.Pure Linseed pup Sherman was the ftrE of'true touriststo ; : t: : > and bold sixteen have- 'al'so-taken orders -for ..,J r-. :. )' ; r ; ,; I
Oil, and see that last coming / >
your visit' DeFlut'ak season .
CHASE AND. SOUTH: PALAFOX.. ; w \ l' .f ,, '
; ; ;
painter uses i it., It spreads the day after Quarantine was"declared ". '. :' : }
Wool tested woolens STREETS is EXCHANGED FOR, easily and uniformly form lEAD off in Fensaccla.' that the: J '
: machine '
= ;
ing an elastic coat that immediately :. The tower for the fire;well is now ..next on adding < "*' i j .: :
I -
becomes.a part'of the,.. odi :. \ *
confer wear. BLOUNT AfO: OTHER; VALUABLE] plete'and the,bell in place so thatit "
i itself. It will not crack or" peel "do as minute's notice. ;'
used at :
be makes noise like Four Hundred ThousandJ } =
PROPERTY, ON ,EAST: WRIGHT:f adulterated paints. This mean's"-- can meeting'of the city council ; a r "
At the last
Will you try STREET-THE DE.TllS!'! tractive appearance and perfect protection the town was divided into four I. -l
through all the long years of its'ife. t: !;
I is the .
When it does it wears lihi- wards for fire purposes.; ;Now more .. -!
f his Label Stands for 51.1 Years ,--- wear away time to'get water works for.after all .' : '{
formly, and when the painter is called' '
.. ; : "
I I ,again, he finds the surface all afire department ,!;s' hot much good .. :
upon ready : 'I \\t
of Knowing How--- It is understood from, authent'c For the 300 Working of the '
: an. for him without-recourse''scraping and without plenty of water for its use in _, V Days .r .. .:; < -
source that the deal for the-transfer, "burning off:" Remember the ndme. ., an emereencyv. ;. ;. .
of the South FalafoxMethodist: ..' ,church j Red Seal Pure'Wh'ite Lead. Mr; Harry Thornier': .is going to \ \ ;: : .
j orders mail
for 'the' Blount'! build a pretty cottage on his lot on :year, our voluntary: by averaged .
in exchange"
property Send for a booklet containing ral bandnea .
Orange street Mr. W. 3 McPhail ha j'bought"the .
reproductions of artn&l houses offering'valuableBaggpaion ) -- f
residence property on East .Wr ,ht.i for .color- scheme in painting: rout large corner lot oppositethe r i
i street and the. old teBaron: Residence 'house, A test for paint parity is also given., M. E. church on the circle and is over, a thousand dollars a day. >

C I and property 'adjoining5.on: "the 'same, NATIONAL.LEAD' COMPANY.'Clark getting ready to build a handsome res "' j'l'

thoroughfare has' been closed.l : .Ave.. and 10th St,'St. Louis, Mo. idence. ; V The Shoe that produces duplicate orders 1. i'r. :
t. is the "
'; Dr. L. F. Cawthon spending, : .., .. .
The residence :..will.be I usedas \ it .
B'punt! week in Mobile where lie has 'gone to J' .

a parsonage- *" white." ;the*;' LeBarou t j .. .. &: attend the meeting of.' the Alabama : is the best factory barometer a selling L+
and Is I In every coat. I home will be maved<< |o 'thejvnprtheasicorner .0' Dental Association.: : .
II I of the btok'"and; 't .e-: church; !r i Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Cawthon.are the ,'d, 1"1 '
I will ;>be erected Jn the property left\ proud parent!, of a ten pound baby > :style I ._. r. ;
$ .o. vacant.. ", .FOR SALE. BY ALL.'DEALERS.$. girl ,that came to stay,.with them on v: 1
I The property .of tae*,P; lafoxStreetMethodist' -- (Saturday ,#' :
,--- -- 1, This oLa line of Shoes E//
I of is ;
ch'urchCQrnec of dhasa.j In a Jew ,da rs.one our leading equally true ;; .
and Palafox- streets.. it is' lully-I'cony} "SUMIVliRt 'O'f\ -. businessjnettwjll! ,open a.candy kitchen. ../' .; + r -" ;
ceded Is best fittea'for! commercial pur; .. .-. u : '
poses, eay a.hotel' business";" house.It i ? The different candidates! are busy sa, whole. ,: .. II
s.L s.- is acknowledged o'n" a'l ";sides TIflWA'IUR hustling this :weeklooking up votes : :

that a "better location for ciurph .- '. .....;; and doing all they canto have things While this the unmeasured '
could not ..have 'be .been' .el ctei than ,'.. .'...' 1. I in shape for ,the 16th May. all proves f \',
the property; tradedd.. for... :.on. East I I maximum.'t r tenipeiiture c yeaterjdarwa I l!I T'I\P. -K.-. O. T. M.- -: initiated- nine new '. 1' ) .

Wright street I The desfeeV. 3:30: : aldi members at their last ,meeting. This I -.prosperity, of our beloved ,Southland it tells
Little troublewas'; 'experienced:. i ii, 71 af :at:5:30? a.,: m.; lodge has only been tarted, a short : : :-. ki J '
the'minimum 53.d :
COTTRELL, consummating the( deal;.-;which, it isi : grefs! time in this place but it seems) to

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. believed wilLproxe.beneflcfaLto.all.imterested III'his Observer!summary Reed of.the"weatheryes'terday 'sht"the' : have caught on. 'too that folks are enjoying the luxuries of$ 1 ;'t ,
Pensacola. Fla. parties., ", Mrs. Maude Henry, of "North and ,
with' its .
t .- 'attending' high'cear pressure"'area'and'eodl .v'weather hasadvanced : '!! interest South," was of her'paperi in. town;-ilonday the next in number the life and these (at least by those who' n .
DIAMONDSSometh1ng r caused' 1' among
? eastward and <
sowly ,
END 4VU( 'ER.S''Of' ; of.w lch is to-b .largely devotedto .r I ,
ar: alt in 'thrfiughout .the)| i'
Neat and NewinThemW. temperature : Western Florida.: We understandthat
A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoi St. ZION CHURCH 'atlantic and '\east' \lf.this'mornElg states ;\lthi the'council has'dealt. very generously : \- wear them) are accounted RED SEAL (; I
.. t "JeI1; ally lighlRfrosts, )! ,
fcy her .
..- ffrom''the Ohio River .sQuihward Into -"." -

TURTON & BELL .'. _*, i, '...t ilis'sfssippi' as)ar- Xs4 Meridian* ,:;and have Mr. gone and .ty.Mrs Henry;: Charles, 111., ,partly ardsley far .', '.: ; ,.SHOES ,'rJ. '
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. ''in Georg'a as far. iouth' Maoon <
Kodak supplies, Finishing! for Amateurs WELL KNOWN.,' :COLORED 'RELIG. a \. nqrllieastern "disiurLancei'has: ; moved; business ana,partly: for, .,pleasure. .<. ").' ,; ,;..:": "*"' ; .,. *' ";.r .*.,..". : *'.i '. .. "l'\;' i
IOUS ORGANIZATION'IN ANNUAL tg flame causing !light rains] fro i i the I < > '. ., And yet "T T ; / ;, : r,',:' '
*! ,'. Val ',
lakes and fie.uiper Ohio : '
.lo1V.ei- } MAT-TERS..QVIET
SESSION,HERE ley.',eastward 9VEr.h: north AUanticstates' : :
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduaet .. A depression"whichX has We are only at thtdawn' of our real :
Optician.30, S. Palatox Street. Pensacola. Fla. .-- -- reached the northern p'ateau"region, 'IN A LEGAL WAY r : : b. '

The annual Christian Endeavor ,convention has caused -inappreclaible amount;; j _- Within the South I :
Told of the A. M. E. .Zion church of pr :Pltation'fro.m ,jower California! : prosperity. a generation .
Tersely (colored) convened with the. Big Zion! northward. Light local rains thave' &e legal(worldyesterday.InJlie I ; #'' "
A. M E.'church Wednesday 'at'noon. occurred along the Vestern boundaryof Little was" doing Un'led in States court will spin all the cotton that we In less : !
Rev.: J.-T. McMillan P.. Eo of-Tuske- Illinois and'on the Florida penm'su- grow. { .
of Quisles7etJal.: / 1 1- .. .
the versus. "
case ,
gee,-;.Ala., generalj 'secretary- 'o"fo-,:the: la----- .':' "ir-1\ : "
PLEASE Several-DO complaintsfaave". NOT! PAY"CAREUERS.' reached Christian Rev. jEnn'eavDpwas: ; ':.inirodttced;?ya:'TgtClitlGnt8fter41rd3e( : offair. say At et-al/eountjv-court/is stilt pn .ffj'al house. ., .,the. 'officials '.. r : >\. '.,:; -.=-: ,,: .tioie' :the South will make most of the Shoes .:;::-, i'( : ,
by H. B. Wells; pastor ef Edward and wanner'weath'er: for this .
Tha office that when! viIcliiityfor matters but t.:
recently legal
Journal chapel conference president of rthe' 'tonight and Friday. Winds are busy with' .
followed to their source show that I endeavor. The .convention was organ along. the West FoIidl\! ccast will be nothing of a character in .which thepublic fcwe ; "
subscribers have: paid some of the is'nUereSted.. ''. wear i-
ized by Rev :McMillan with ttie follow': light and variable: : becoming south. :
carrier boys. In these columns repeatedly -; ing officers: coma E.: BenD ri, Milton, west. Municipal Court. '
has appeared the .'advic! ::: : had fourteen unfortunateS f '
recording secretary; :parrlett Hub- Judge Laney! As an evidence of our own faith in this '
Do not the carriers. Two of
pay to stand before him yesterday .
bard, Pensacola reporter; R9V. J./ W. : .
The Journal boys are 'In serious'rouble morning. Of the number six were ad, -
Eocfcer, reporter Rev. H. "B. Wells :
.tecause they have' accepted conference pre?ldent; was selected to;I CSCAMBIA II IIv judged, guiti; .;.of the phases against d. ;) : '''proposition our Company has voted to build- ; I
from subscribers. When subscribers
preach the annual senn n. them, two dischargedcne nolle pross'
pay their subscriptions they Second .Day. ed and one case continued. The other :
are given cards which should be'. The second day of the conference four' charges were against J. E. Calla and equip a modern factory which will make : :
,ranched. Boys do not carry punches.The opened at 10 o'clock yesterday fore ghan accused of violating the sanitary .
collectors oo. Insist'upon having noon, with Rev: H. 'B. Wells 'confer-' Special to The Journal. ordinance. The defendant :was gvenforty.elght -
your card punched. and then you will encd president, presiding. Devotional Escambia, May 10-Avery much hours in which to comply! exclusively Men's Shoes This will be built; L+ <

made no mistake.S. I exercises followed reeded.rain fell Monday: morning, and with the law by having, his premises ,

the. city M. Waters yesterday.of Muscogee, was in: and Reports a number were of next delegates Declared'in.ordjr submitted thY cooler weather since. has ben considerably cleaned. .( in the city of Atlanta, and its product will be' : ;

I I interesting report which commanded- OUr. Horace Fleming is on the lick
Mayor Bliss expects the palm trees I the attention of those present. Rev. list this week. GOVERNOR PARDEE for in the early Fall. L'
for the city to arrive to-day'and will A. SLinn, whose"church has no"endeavor Quite a numb' of psople. from-here ;ready !
commenca planting immediately. I| made art interesting statement concerning'the attended the pS/aic at Fr>y pass last RETURNS THANKS
good tb be :.derived from! 'JSaturda '.. All report .phasant 'day. i ':
R. L. Weekly, a prominent citizenof such 'an 'organization He pays the Mrs. Waldo, who has spent the past : We believe this marks a great for :
Fcshe?. Ala., spent yesterday here. full( asaassment forth endeavor and winter with her broth r. here will ,# "
Chief Deputy United States Marshal hopes to .organize 'a .society before leave next Saturday for .her homa: in ,Mayor Bliss yesterday received the the industrial of the ..: .
Wolf after a siight_attack of. illness is long. Grand1 Rapi .;, Mich.,, .Mre. Waldo has following, :letter from Governor Pardeeof ward step in growth ; ,
again at his post of duty. The afternoon; oonf rence,was called made many friends while, hare'; who California, who* at' the- time of '
fo order my Rev. Ho 'ser, pastor of St. will regret hr departure. writing was at his home in Oakland': '. South. t .- ;
The smack'Minnie W. of the fleet Luke's chapel, Psnsacola.. 'An address Avery' 'pretty wedding. was solemnized ;: YOakland, CaL, May 31906. .
ol :
Sauni'ersCo's arrived ,
Rev. J.T.-McMillan: followed The To His Honor the Mayor Pensacola, ,
lj- : at the home of Mr..and Mrs. J.; '* < I
the banks with good .
snapper a ; .
I conference Florida. '{ < Now thenIf
catch. vicepreid'ent.submitted: R. Crumbley May.3 when! Mr. Robert ? | : ; --- ; "
;'I#i Ms report which :was JraUi'Jngto} : the Hood and Miss Francis Thomas w remade My !Dear SifanrSn receipt of a .

The journal has a large number, of delegates! judging, ty' the applaus. one, Rev. Douglas officiating. notice from the American Nation l { believe in Honjejndustries ', ; : .
old'newspapers' for'sale cheap.:! They 'with which it wiwrexeived:. v .The bride, is .t the, beautiful ,and acoomllisb'ed Bank of Pensacola that my draft for you : .
are good for wrapping purposes and Each' pastor who failed! to make his':: daughter cr-Mr. and Mrs. John $500 forthe relief of the California: .
many.other 'things.: They: :are all clean report to the convention, }Is requested,:'Tioma., of Delta. and the groom is a earthquake' sufferers donated by the .If a saving of two or/three per cent ire !
tad whole. Five cents' a -.b. ndle. to'siib'mit 'th :docum" 'asscn'ai:, : pos native of (Georgia: who bas' been 'in Pensacola municipality has been hon '
(I'sib'.eto: the} 'vice-presizlent tWhp will the employ 'oft the Escambia. Lan and 6rd.The ;
E W. Neuman soliciting freight forward it to the .general! secretary at Mfg. Co., for several moat hs. Since earthquake while doing great freight counts. .
agent cf the Central of''Georgia Ry,!,. Tuskegee. .V his stay hre he has' ma;'e many damage, destroyed but little property '
i h in the city' in the' Interest of his Rev.' Billhgton,. pastor; ,of 31t. Zion friends who congratulate him in his I in comparison with the folowing! ,fire If a quicker delivery and the sizes you .
line. He will remain for two or three'' Ea'pUst' church addressed the:, delegates wise choice. The happy couple were I which burned down three-quarters of .

days. I'I and the. addrc's. was. well. r> 'recipients of many very nice and' use .the city.Will .. !, .
ceived. ..ful. gifts. you kindly say to your people .want is an item ? ;
Ask .Blue Ribbon;I Rev. N. 'R. Rhodes was' elected1: a Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Everett of !Pen- that our ,destitute people appreciate .
your grocer for delegate to the educational, convenE :s-acola attended: \he Hood-Thomas wed. from the bottom of their hearts the sales the stock interests : +.
Lemon ; If same :
or Vanilla, the cheapest as larger on ,
veil) as the best. Absolutely' pure E I ton:: which win'convene Washing ding' last Thursday night. great generosity): of the people:: of Pen. ,
ton, D. C. inr July The day's work Mrs. H. Fleming: -aDd baby- turned sacola. .
kinds and '
twice far other
the goes as as i!i closed .with a sermon 'by'. Rev G. W. home Tuesday from,a visit to relatives With great respect am- you : .
flavor is perfection.. i ''Henderson of 'Aiab ma! .'at Roberts. Very, truly yours, t
I : Mr. A. Thompson was: ia Pensa: GDO. C. PIARDEB! Red Seat'.Shoes
; not handling
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1325.I, TRY BOSSO'S; ; CREAM. PHONE 1326. cola Monday -' Governor of California.If : :. -v..K'.you are. :

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succeed the first time use Herbineand '
}:'n f'._. B_ ..;tJ JtJOH.t WaaWlntWoeY'.W/ri.Ot:nWl!.lA.U.Ut"WpfW: : :! !tl;! :1t RIYnIWiAWeYWi..-6"n HrH'tJBf'f: Wj7WtYYInIW aWpIWriWYtY.! UH.-BH..HH. ::: tW I IryWja :: you- will get instant relief. The Then tb word : '. '
.u aRa7G1VgRJtaiRRarKtra. / "' M{ M1u1R as.MR. .ItA.IwI4\A"-'JI. 'P1wRGiMIE .. Wt greatest liver regulartor. A positive you want say a on a r if f
..1 E ,2, ,' cure for Constipation,liver Dyspepsia, Malaria ,.. l will send Salesman to by ', .
High Grade o ou an nee Chills and all complaints. postal, we a see you
ME ; Mr. Cof.. Emory, Texas, writes:
J vMy wife' has been using Herbine for
The pianos we sell are all that'-*.a high ,grade instrument should. be. I herself and children for five years. It ; appointment._ ? r: : : ,
j isa cure for. constipation and< .
it.. They 'meet every teqUiremep.t1)a, f. can 'be, .made by both player ,and R. i malaria fever, which ,is substantiatecby t"; "Some Summer Sellers" isour .1 latest '.: f F .
'' !! :what it has done for my family.: .. .; r .
ti; singer We invite you to see. thjerri- corne in and try each one until j Sold by.,all druggists .
a- sent for postal. ;
Catalog-- a
j you have found one that suits y our.own_ particular. l, piano taste. It don't 1.1 TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. '.

.E a matter if you haven't. got the fmoneywe, make .it Iii : : Mail orders shipped day received. I. .

Sleeping and Waking. .
Easy to Buy and Easy to Pay '> -- The'pathetic struggle of children to : % :
a : be allowed to sit up late and 'the' nless J. K. ORR SHOE CO > :' \ .,
,:j If you don't buy a piano it'is'your i own fault, not ours. I pathetic endeavor of grown up '''' e"' .
.. people to be allowed to go to bed early; :f 4 ATLANTA : ; ,
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strike a. writer In the Ladles' Field< .
: S. Palafox St. : tt3 "one of the smtil worries of life." .. : : ; Shoes : '
Oldest Red Seal 1 .
and Largest "
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Music' H' ouzo.114.116 Phone15 mites blink: i '
': Music House inFlorida Clutter On the one Land are tiny .. ; "
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PENSACOL.A( trig with sleep. but beggw:;- for "fust s.; ,' >'?; .; -,"' *< J"--. '-,' -- '- .
aa. CEO W. C. CLUTTER Tres. B. E. CLUTTER See tim! ntl'I more." and on the otter They're Right, '.' i .

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I lion from District No. I, in the prl, described.. and acknowledged _
-T I 'i ........." ...'. .. .."" ....'.........."..i mary going to be their signatures, ". "

Vnte nfhall S election.W1L E, ANDERSON.; I the foregoing is their act 6-:. ;

: I1tnjafola J NEWS AND VIEWS ,, for the uses and purposes ., '.:e,.

FROM STATE PAPERS'' I win be candidate for member: state

'S -* I The Ostermoor I ship in''the Board of Public Instruc IN WITNESS WHEREOF. .

--ft $ U WUUfW. -J .-H .. official seal, this 25th day ot '
election. 1\ \; ,' .
I DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. j I ; .5 mary H. G. DeSILVL I D., 1906. '

'I' : E. R. BURG
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY A Lively.Dead Duck. candidate for member- I (Notary's Seal) Notai <, ,

Thepalachic la Times is 'of the i Mattress is Sanitary. i iI ship I will in the be Board a of :Public Instructionfrom :My Commmission; expires Oe': ...,

...BY., ,\ opinion that William J. Bryan is a District No.3, in the primary 1908.27aoroaw4w..
"dead duck. But' he is the livliest .

THE JOURNAL. COMPANY. dead that ever skirmished in the Pres i election. W. .I.&. AGERTO --

idential duck pond and his honesty The nearer pure the air ty in the sieejyc! ; chamber.the In County Judge's Court. E- ..
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*.uwruw. ,
L.NtJ.. .
of purpose stands 'out far in advanceof I S .. more refreshing will be the sleep. Unsanitary bedding : .. County, Florida.-By the
FRANK L. MAYES PruicUnt and Central' ..Manag.r.uuu many who are inclined to make isifrequently an "unsusqjected source of contamination. N Judge of said county: Where<;- ;

-- --- ---w.-jw. jruuw jumrJWL light of so eminent a statesman.- The Ostermoor Mattress is thoroughly sanitary .eliminating : Legal Advertisements Sullivan has applied to th's c,

Gainesville Sun. every possibility of inhaling. noxious gases while yousleep' Letters of Administration on ::

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. :: It is as pure as the incoming ozone from the sea. i AN ORDINANCE. tate: of James:! :McDonald Slate
To Be Entitled, "An Ordinance of the said County of E-
but wIll become
--u-u jr -- y No 'Criminals in Orange. It is soft and yielding, never pack and Pensa-
; Inone Granting the. Privilege to the These are Therefore, to cite ,
hard and bumpy. piece $15.00; two pieces $150. : "
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. What county in the state of Florida ,i cola Gas Company, To Extend and monish all and singular t ttired ."> !j.

\ the size of Orange) can say with ns, < : Prolong a 'Spur Track' Already Con and creditors of sa.id d t, ..'
One Year.S 00 .. ......... (slIP S
_ One Mouth..S.
that for three weeks there has not structed North Tarragona Street.EetweI1 ba '
on to and before th- ,
Six Months...........'.... 2 50 One W ek..p..... ..;.. .. N(* the county jail? DeSoto and Cervantes appear :
been a prisoner in on or before the 15th daor) :
Three Months..... ...,... 1 25 Weekly Edition per ye&r.$1 01( boarders are I "
Of course our regular i Streets: A. D. 1906 and file object'or '
-w w out on the profitable recreation of I IVIARSTON & QUINA BE IT ORDAINED BY' THE MAYOR they have, to the granting I ',

: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Dealle1., building county roads but it speaks AND: THE CITY OOUNCIL OF aforesaid, otherwise the saint ,%

well for the county that there are no PENSACOLA: granted as prayea': Witness m\ '

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. transient ''boarders in the criminal i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. i Section 1. That there is hereby I as County Judge of the Coun ..

W- 4U hotel.-Orlando Reporter-Star. granted to the Pensacola Gas Company said, this 3rd day of May ]:?i i,

:....... ...... .... ............................. its successors, and assigns the HENRY BELLI XdE'!'

F Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saloon Trains privilege of extending\ and prolonging County .J]" :g
Should the
Get Work.
**"* for a distance of Two w
Government. Phone38.'k"- and at all NewsStands. F. L. Huffaker,,in the Tampa Times, Feet ((200)) southward, the spur track -S NOTICE.

_. __ __.. intimates that there are some "oldsores" AnnouncementsRATES. Pensacola Gas
-J'w.---------J-- : .B.c&iJrLr JLr- : 16411 .Ji... S 40d lOl Q"obI Political IOW used by the said ,' Notice is hereby: given that i'!:" !r.
S which may'be reopened in regard Company situated on North Tarragona dersigned owners of the fol o.\ :...
to the record of CoL Peter 0. Street between DeSoto and Cervantes .
w---$ wu sels will not be responsible fo ..
at the primary to be held on May 15, Streets. debts contracted in the nam c,

This young, -,man- .evidently. .has ,a I The rates for political announcements 1906. I solicit your te.RespectluUy. Section 2. That the privilege of vessels unless first authorize ,

J. Choate's Anti-Drainage! good fortune and opportunity is print deep-seated "grouch" against uoi. not exceeding 8 lines to run constructing ana! maintaining such written order signed by us. 'I 1'?,
Knight and all his friends. is to be
extension to said track .
ed-you should. try to / .),>e there"tofindit. Why doesn't'the man get to till the primary of May 15 are as fol J. S. ROBERTS. spur conditionsand not e refers .to the following \ "
young subject to all the' terms
News Bureau Schooner Althea Franklin, CVMw. .'
: : :. work the "ord sores" to whica he lows: of ordinance ,
on restrictions
The Daily Journal ... .. ..... .$10-00 an Colt, Mary L. Harty Amy Wivui. .
Cot Choate's "news bureau" is stillS so va'guely refers? Why isn't he man At the solicitation of friends, I hereby passed July 19th, 1889, by which the .
_ of TheWeekly Journal ..... ... 5 00 ma Jane Osceola, Ariola, Fi.uu'. &
Every day few lines type
a enough to come .out with the facts I I announce myself a candidate for lrivilege- construct the original '
grinding out copy for .newspapers These rates are strictly cash in advance Margery, Silas Stearns, Algous !
change the face of the world for"some instead of casting insinuations that be I the office of Tax-Collector subject to spur track was granted to the Pensa-
itiough we note with regret that very and no announcement will cyon, William H. Warren, Cla- p
_ one-.so;>> watch the want ads. he evidently thinks will scare somebody the action of the Democratic Primary cola Gas Company.
S other con Isabelle.
few of them are using it. iWe say inserted or run ,under. any Sewell,
!. ? May 15. 1906. Section 3. 'That said, extension to '
_ we, note this with regret, :Because we 'Rea'a'! any ad."in this- paper-and you If you are going into the "old sore"I ditions. NEILS McKENZIE OERTING.For said spur track shall be constructedin WARREN FISt 1S06.COMP \ \ \
May llth.
really hate to see so much valuable will find in it some bit of informationof business, sonny, produce your "salt"! F6r. the'State'Senate. accordance with: the plat hereto: Pensacoia

'matter into the and get busy. Tampa Tribune. annexed and made a part of this or
_____ finding its way weekly use and value. Read ,them all- I o. S for the County Treasurer. dinance.
'- .. 455 John S. Beara a candidate
:waste basket. and. ,"get wise." nomination to the State Senate) In the I will ,be a candidate In the demo Passed April 25th, }906. Ths Journal Printed

The "bureau" has not yet answered S S._ 'r"l .5 Satisfied With Florida I. Democratic primary.called to be teld cratic primary of May 15 for re-nomi Approved May 3. 1906.

!The Journal's question as to who :was I S If 'You have good "opporfjmity eye- People who have lived in this state May 15th, together with other speak nation to the office of county treasure CHAS. H. BLISS. During April, 1998,

ipaylng its expenses, but in the last sight" you will find some things in all their lives can hardly realize the ers, will addresif the"'people of Es-:: er. The support of all democrats will Attest: Mayor.C. .
S benefits they enjoy a* well, at least, cambia county the political is- ''be appreciated. E. MERRITT Clerk. Total of
S tetter issued from it un'' 'er date ofWay the want ads. to-day which most people ppon{ a
__ I will overtook. as those who come here from the sues ot the flay *atthe following J. ED. WILLIAMS.I I hereby certify that the above is

8, it says :. North, who are broken down In health times and places: a correct' copy of an Ordnance

It was not to be expected that the Clear judgement little and filled with. medicine to sustain Millview Thursday'Tiight, May 3.McDavld hereby announce myself a candidate paused by the City, Council of Pensa- 149,500COPIES

S Bureau's "Plain Answer" to the money- life. When they come to Florida Friday night, May 4. for the office of County Trea.suren cola, Fla.. at a meeting he1Aprfl!

queries of The Pensacola Journal end a careful study of the want ads.- they throw physic' to the dogs-and Nix's Precinct Tuesday night May subject to the action of the. Dem. 5th, 1906. I .

5' !would either satisfy or please all the and your friends will soon say "He it's a pity some of the worthless 8th. ocratic Primary. C. EL MERRITT

1 newspapers, some of which are always was a lucky chap!" canines don't get if-and enjoy life as Beulah, Thursday night, May 10. THOS. F. WRIGHTON. City Clerk, Pensacola, Fla. or an Average of

tlmdly adyocating the 'Everglades though the Great Healer had laid His, Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday! -

__ __ drainage scheme. The Journal"complains If you are convinced that it's bad hand on them. There may :be "a land night May 11. i I hereby announce myself a candidate In Escambia County Circuit Court

_ that It was "no answer, and policy to "follow the races," change that is fairer than this," but we are Pine Barren Saturday night, May for the office of County Treasurer State of Florida. In Chancery. liz 5,980
calls for the names of the "unfortun- satisfied to linger here awhile.- 12. .
tactics,and "follow' the ,want ads" of Escamba county subject to the zie! Jones ,vs. IJenry Jones. On Mon
ate victims" of the drainage scheme-
Gainesville Sun. action of the Democratic primary of day the 4th day of June, A. D., 1906, DAILY
the tax of the drainage dis for a while and you will prosper.
. payers S S SAn For the Legislature.I May 15, and respectfully solicit the the defendant, Henry Jones, is required ,' .
trIct-through whose instrumentalityas S show Th
The following figures
of all voters. to to the bill filed
support appear against
stated in the "Ann'elthe Some time ago The Journal called Old Relic. '
plainly circulation t for
sacola Journal's <
: '
am a candidate for member.oftbe I JOHN G. WELSH. : him herein, This order to be published -
; people are befog warned against the for the resignations of Zelius and Tur- One day recently Mr. George Nathy.of lower house in ,the state legislature i once each week for four consecutive -I day during the month of April. : '
dangers which lurk behind the drain. from board of works Btfggy, found near the old militaryroad" J with the average number of "
the public from Democratic
ner Escambia to the constitution. that Gen. Jacksonon I
age amendment was by
_ and Long and Gingles as street super- primary of.May 15, and will appreciate a newspaper published in sad Escambia. daily:
To attempt to give a list of the his trip through that'section in the I the support of all Democrats. wUl.be a candidate for re-nomina April 1, 6,200 Apf'il 16, .

S r.r.ames of these tax payers would', asS intendents. The two latter did; not teens of the last century a rusty J C<
the Journal well knows, be manifestly resign, but they have been practicallyfired sword. In all probability it has lain -. in the Democratic Primary of May Circuit Court. By L. G. Aymard, D,. April 3, 5,850 April 18 5.*..
MMMBM_ C. Fa.! .May 3 1906.
unreasonable and would' merely result ,Turner did resign and Zelius is where found all these years but how J 15. I respectfully ask yourr support. Pensacola April 4, 5,900 April '19, 5))

in Impelling the advocates of the drain now the only obstacle' in the way of a it could have been lost is a questionthat I am a candidate for representative :!- S W. W. RIOHARD3. (Seal) 5' April 5, 5,950 April 23:>, o ;. J
'in the lower..house of state
aga scheme to invent some new no one can answer.DeFunakBreeze. : I the I
6 21
5,950 April 5.
method of interposing obstacles in theI"ay complete reorganization. From the legislature, subject to' the action of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Aprit
For Commissioner Dist. 1.1
County No.
of informing the people concerning report of the finance committee the the Democratic .'primary of May 15, on the 1st day of June, A. D., 1906, application -i April 7, 6,000 April 22. 6 : ,

the drainage scheme and arous- city cbuncff if Ks more evident than S S and I will appreciate the support of The friends of C. F. Zeek announce, : "will be made by Benjamin; April .8, 6,600 April 23, .
Every Line Important all democrats. '. him candidate for I. Aiken Dunwodyj April 9. April 24, 5c
ing them to a sense of the perils as a county commissioner Dotson H. Bryan
that llius shoula'! step down
''which menace them. ever t Every .line in' .the Tribune Is im- S 'j. .J. E. LONG. from District; No.1. subjectto and H. Baars, to the Governor of the April 10, 5,900 April 25, 5,9.
and out and The Journal trusts he will portant. Even an 'occasional "pi"' }line the action of the Democratic primary State of Florida, for a charter incorporating April 11, 5,900 April 25, 5,931:>
would it be manifestly unreasonable" -
Why .
12 5,900 Aprit 27 ;
t do 'so without delay. furnishes editorial: texts for weak- .I hereby ,announce myself as a of May 15. them under,the style of Dot- April 5,90u
''S to the of those 13, 5,850 April 23
give names April 5,9.
: minded conte r.ries.-Ta npa Trl'bune. candidate for the'lower house of the I son & Company, under a charter for
'I :Rho are paying .your salary and office According to"the 'report of Chairman Florida legislature, subject to the a& I hereby announce my candidacyfor which application has been filed 'as April 14, 5,900 April 29, 6,2.3

rent Col. Choate? i Shonts, of the Panama Canal pCuriosity ..*. tion of the Democratic primary on County Commissioner from District requred: by law, a copy of which is April 15 6,250 April 30, .

.What leads you to believe that itlouldJ Commission, about twenty seven thou in Poultry.It May 15th. GEO.T._MORGAN. No. 1, subject to the action of I as follows: : Total for the month. ,. 149,500

the primay of May .I We, BENJAMIN DOTSON, BRYAN
]"merely result in impelling the sand men are in the, employ of the is nothing uncommon to hear of 15th.B.. ROBERTS.' DUNWODY, I. H. AIKEN and H. Average per day .. 5S80

_ advocates of the drainage scheme-to to comm!ssfo1-, About twenty thousand, two-legged or two-headed ch'.cks! but :' i I Hereby announce myself a caiidldate S I BAARS, do hereby make application -

.invent some new method," etc., etc.? apparently have officially sinecures. Malone Biggs goes one better and fdm''representative" in the lower For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2.I II for letters patent incorporating I hereby. certify that -the. al>..>

:And if that is really so, are you afraidto .. comes to the rescue with the statement '1 ouw df' the state 'legislature. sub.) hereby us and our associates in statement is correct accord ns ::1),
S action- of the Democratic announce candidacy
ject to the' my records on file in this office.
he hatched 15 chicks out of
that accordance with the laws of the State f
those advocates and the
public for
give primary of :May county commissioner from District I
14 eggs. He says the fourteenth egg 15M. of Florida
under the following char-
generally the advantage of knowing I H .. Oj BAGGETT.To No. 2, subject to the action of ,' r
contained two ,well developed and
.' \ .5.HARRIMAN'S.. the primary of May 15th.
iwHo is the 'ba.'ttle of the
fighting opposition
separate little Plymouths, but owingto
S (# : SPEECH JOHN A. MERRITT.I 1. The name of' the corporation is
? Ig. AT SAN FRANCISCO. weakness he had to assist them the Democratic: Voters of Escam. DOTSON & COMPANY,. and its prn-:

Do you think an' ambush campaign \'\! from ,the shell ;Malone admits that bia County: hereby announce candidacy for cipal place of business is the Ctiy or
IT he jokes sometimes, .but that this is At the request of many friends my Pensacola Escambia 'County
no matter in how worthy a cause, Is # Jacksonville Times-Union. re-election to the office of county com State ot
4Mr. an absolute truth, and is substantiatedby from the country and from the city I Florida.
S ft missioner
., (entitled to public confidence or support from District No. 2, subject
*1 Judge Biggs, who states that the hereby announce my candidacy ion I 2. The general nature of the business .
flf' to the. action of the Democratic
? And is not that the kind of a primary Pensacola SI Andrews and
- Representative lit the legislature at
little fellows are'alive! and doing well to be transacted by the said corporation ,

campaign that you are conducting .- \ and can !be seen at his house. Pal- the session 1907, subject to the action W. J. SENNO"IT.I is the carrying on, at Pensa

_ (lOW? well metto News.Legitimate of the D"mocratlc'primary., May 15th, cola and elsewhere in the .State of Gulf Steamship CO.
< R: H. Harriman is pretty I
190 and I earnestly" solicit the support -
S SS Florida, of/ the business of machine
When Col Choate ana his "news bu For County Commissioner Dist NO.3.I .
known in this country a railway of the Democracy'of Escambiacounty. I
boiler STEAMER
reau" come out into the open and take Expenses. I : shops, foundries making, buy TAION.W. .
magnate as a financier, as the foe of hereby announce my candidacy for ing and selling goods, wares and
I the rublic into their confidence, they I When candidates have paid their I favor liberal pensions for Confei I G. BARrtOW M..aster.i'IRsr.cL.U.
J. Pierpont Morgan and as the ado: re-election to the office of county com chandise of every kind and
suay possibly"be able to weild some legitimate fees or assessments, as all erate soldiers and their widows. missioner from District No. 3, subjectto lion whatsoever, and to own and mer'r PA.S'.l34'1U:; ; : A
I best title to
visor of OdelL But his who have qualified and certified to the FREIuHTPENSACOLA. E.RVIC1i1IsewV'&lu
are Uniform school terms, giving
influence on this drainage question. the action of the Democratic Primary ate mIlls: boats, barges and other ves-.
i 'fame must rest on; 'be must have the -
enduring finally placed on the primaries public schools same
But until they do, they are not entitled L o{, May 15. sels. and to do all other acts and
done such candidates have all city schools.A i M08IL APALACHI.
hit speech before the San Francisco paid length term as the J. M. ANDREWS.I things usual or customary or convenient -
S to public con1i< ene and they may COLA. CARRABELl ST.
legitimate campaign expenses and nota uniform school book law, and -
invited him to for the successful
I committee which give operation of
rest assurred that they will not have sin'gle one should be asked or expected free books for the"pupils,of all public MILLVILLE.And .
advice to the measures to be taken hereby announce my candidacyfor such business all points St. Andrews
as to with another cent. ; on Bay |l lCarrabclle
come schools.
_ It I up county commissioner from District 3. The amount of capital stock is and Apala.hicoIa.SCHEDULE .
well towards rebuilding the city. That All other demands upon them for An effiCIeflt'iaWfOrt1te:; equalizationof No."3 subject to the action! I
The insurance companies as asi "" of the Four Thousand Dollars (4000.00), to
I speech was not eloquent and it was money smacks of blackmail and graft, taxes. '- S
Democratic primary of May 15. be divided into
the political party which they aided forty (40) shares of Leave Feusacoia SuudaT, 8:20: *
L have' recently learned to their sorrow not long but"consisted almost entirelyof and both buyer and seller must neces- Good roads specially.. A. c.., BLOUNT JR.I the par value of One Hundred Dollars m., for MOblie, AlL
I sarily5 feel mean and sneaking. Thinkof Yours respectfully,
these words?*! believe we ought to ($100.00) each, all of which is to Leave Pensacola. Tuesday 8.30; II-
what refusal to work in the white.man selling his influence M. JACOBY.
open any
P get to !'::9.r t j.'l should talk less ando his vote.! Must -t- .hereby announce my candidacy be paid for immediately upon the or- m., for SL Andrews MillviUe, APIlacnlcola -
or not every'honestman
costs. The people who are putting :o
up: ganization of the corporation in Carrabelle and 1nt rI&e.JliM
more. If you tell me to do some- despise add ..loath suchwouldnot for County Commissioner from District personal
the money for Col. Choate's "newskureaji" I am a ,candidat nor member of the No. 3. subject to the action of property at a valuation to be points.
thing I, will hire a man to tfo it if I a man who would deliberately bar-
may profit 'by their example. I House of Representatives from E9' the Democratic Primary of May 15. fixed as required by law. For additional laformatiou apply i '
can, but...if I can't I will pitch bricks: ter off his manhood' for a mess of pot. cambia county subject to the Demo W. A. SHELBy. 4. The term for which the said cor- J. R SAUNDKi.

or dig mys lf.We can't borrow tage do anything 'else mean and con- cratic Primary. I earnstly solicit poration shall exist, is the period of E. R. COBB Pmceut
_ If yice-President Fairbanks 'had temptible for a little cash? We hope the voters of the coun- For Commissioner Dist. and Pass.
e money in":the'market till we are readyto the support of County No. 4.Thereby ninety-nine ((99), ) .years. Gen. Frt Art-
started on his southern tour it would never to hear of such an animal In ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN. JR. 5. The business of the Pensacola. Fla
say what we will do with it; we Leon county. Vote always for announce myself a candidate COrpora.
men '
be possible to account for the chilly 'For District'No."2. for re-election tion is to be conducted by a President !- -
can't go into th's market with a hazy and principles. :Tallahassee True JustIce: Peace as county commissioner t
. a President
from District and a Secretary
etmaiphere. idea of.- what. we, are going to do withit. Dem -crat. I hereby announce myself as a ject to the action of the No.4 Democratic, sub '' and Treasurer and a Board of LVM1SY1LLMLRK HAUTE W

What are jour- plans?" I candidate for the office of Justice of Primary of May four ((4)) Directors, to be elected at

Selected S Mr. Harriman may be "criminal Where' "Rot". is J Printed. the Peace, District No. 2 subject to I 15.J. A. WIGGINS. the regular annual meetings Of the

when he goes Into politics," he may be The Commoner, decanting on the thA action of the Democratic primary 'I corporation, to be held on the first
bf % May 15th, and would respect- Tuesday after the first
literature.Jfowaday practice some metropolitan news Monday in
S "merciless: .when' he !sets put to wrecka : papers in copying items from country fully ask the support of the honor- I hereby announce myself as a candldat& July of each year. Until the first

; the ravens don't feed you; road" and .h -ma'be anything you newspapers with the object of poking able vote of the good citizens of Pen- for county commissioner from election, the officers who are to con.

unless you have awarded the contract like but a fooL Therefore we, would fun at country journalism, says: "We s'acola and Escambia county. District No. 4. subject to the action of duct the business of the corporation i'! % TJ'&itw1'

to them, after competitive bidding. If f.ake. the good the" god's have venture the assertion that the daily Very respectfully, the Democratic Primary H. May 15. shall be, Benjamin Dotson, President,
given him and divide it among some L H. Aiken Vice
you are tired of a raven commissary newspapers print more of what they President and Bryan -
'ho.pose .to-day 'as statesmen and Dunwody Secretary and Treasur.
are pleased to call "rot" than the
department, read the want ads. and lovers: of, the very dear people. There country papers do. If a country I hereby announce my candidacyfor friends of W. P. Brownson er, which three persons together withH.
boarding house. 'be robbery In the matter Mr.JJarriman. the office of Justice of the Peace hereby announce him as a candidatefor
:find a good will no devotes six. eight! items to Baars. hal} constitute the Board of
paper L ; T 1I
: wlll lose nothing and he for the Second District of Escambia the office of County Commissioner Directors.- __

Whenever and wherever ana' however will giv .vhat'we'want.' one with family the city journalist copiesit County subject to the Democratic from District No. 4, subject to the 6. The highest amount of indebtedness
S For some years the President has 'great glee and chuckles over Primary to be held May 15th, 1906., I action of' the Democratic Primary of liability"
the'words "when" and "wbere" the humor of it "all. And yet the or to which the corporation -
teen "trying to learn something"about R. .L.- NICHEI EN. i May .15th 1906. can at any time subject itself Is
and "how" become important to metropolitan papers recently printed I
you the Panama canal but he has I ,

let them lead you straight 'to the done nothing.But 'ask congress for more unsufferable rot1 about one or I hereby anounce' myself a candidate -'I For County Commissioner, Dist. No 5. Twenty 7. The Thousand names and Dollars residences(20000.00 of the. : _
two families than hun-
.1' /want ads."Other. more money. -At great expense he dred a for the office of Justice of the'I. I hereby announce my candidacy for subscribers, and the.amount of stock
called together adivisers from all the country newspapers pos Peace for District No. 2, subject to
subscribed for
the office of by each are as follows-
sibly print in .a1 "year. The Times- reelection to county com
such world and then declared that he knew the action of the Democratift Primary
things ( a* publicity) Union heartily echoes those remarks. missioner from District No. 5, subjectto Benjamin Dotson, Pensacola, Florida !-
being equal," if have the right more than these advisers- ha recom- May 15th. 37 shares.
you of .
the action the Democratic Primary -
The Items published in the country ,
bngress set asfde J. D. GOSS.I .
mends.it5 the
L jeople (such as want ads. will find verdict Beached by these engineersfor newspapers and ridiculed by metropolitan : f'M\y 15. share.I. H. Aiken, Pensaeola. Florida 1

'for you) working for 'ou-you will of the sort alluded to J. R. STEWARD.
papers Justice of -
S a different plan which "pleases am a candidate for the I. Bryan Dunwody, Pensacola, Florida,
prosper. him." -Why ooesn't he- talk less and are relatively as Important'as the Peace in the ,Democratic primary' to :: Board! Public Instruction.I share, ,. 50

do m.ore? Why,does: he sak for money "society slush" published by the lat be held May 15Ui 1906. DSt1'ICtNq..I. H. BaarS. 'flPensacola, Florida 1 THROUGH SERVI!( E
11 If the "right chance" is advertised when he baa "a" very indefinite idea of ter. Neither class of publication 2. Escambia County Florida. Any hereby announce myself a candi--share. VIAL&N.E..T.H.andC.

to-day in the want columns there will what he will Take 'tome- statesman. Why by omitting them. Just in proportionas the Democratic voters. froin.District No. 3, subject to the action -
fce other people weighing and considering our 'I Signed,) I. H; Aiken, Vestibuled Through Trains Dai'. ')
It-SO do not let it "get past doesn't Governor Broward talk less the country newspaper gathers the GEO. J. SLOCUMB- ;of .*the Democratic primary ofMaf15. (Signed) BRYAN DUNWODY. I 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO GI Ii
and-da more?. Does he know how he personal news of Its neighborhood or '(Signed). H. BURs. THROUQH8LEEPERSDAYCO ("'

.:,\'ou." wilJ spend" 1he'money. he' asks' the county, it fills its proper' place thoroughly For Tax Collector.I ,, I : W. B. HUBBARD. Personally before the undersigned I. NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO

S f pEople to give up? Has he any: and the biggest New' York or here!>y announce".myself, a candidate ; apeared Benjamin Dotson, I. _H.! DIHim CARS SERVING AU. MEALS tl.D.H.ttUUUN.O.P.JL .
r When "your want comes in"-when "definite'id.u" about draining the Chicago newspaper can do, no more.- for re-election to the office of. :It will;be a candidate for membership Aiken Bryan Dunwody and H. Baars So L ROOEiS. '>tI'. fIVJllYUI. \
... '
F 1 the classified bearing your chance of Everglades? Jacksonville Times-Union. Tax Collector for Escambia county. ; } in the Board of Public lasts j3r.; jag to .be tba ina1vlduW _


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1 rww- -.-, -p l p Nowornan'shappi.
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liThe Best is What We Sell", I AND EVENTS The, Smoothest and II CENTURY II! .oman s withoutch'ildren! ; it ;.;. .j.' ;
pEOPLE l IS.her nature to love :. ,t I,
MISS E. NELLIE BECK I and want them t: -t '

I Best Ice Cream Spec"at' The Journal. (!!} as much so as it is .r.f' : :
I HIgnIvr S
: Pin Money -w wflW- waw Wfl Century May 10. We are now J to love the beautiful ;
feeling the effect of the northern and j .
pure. !
'. ,.\ ?nowsorm. The cold wave has The critical( ordeal -
through which the
I M'RS.' J'OHN S. BEARD'S ed Daughters of the Confederacy. and Sodas drawn Out winter expectant mother must pass, !L: .i.

CHILDREN'S PARTY FOR' 'l'heywill: remain here for several I Mr. Jack''Boiling wraps., of Greenville, Ala..I. however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the t: .r. ;

I LITTLE! ATLANTA GUESTS. days, guests of the Almerla. Tber.are' H visiting his sister, Mrs. R. A. Gam-I I very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is no f > {
Pickles Miss Fannie, Jeff and Frank Beard quite pleased with Tampa and. are I that ever tempted the I necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. S.
entertained nearly" a hundred of their very sorry that their visit will be of palate of lovers of frozen' ble.Mrs..Chandler: who has been visitIng The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the for the comin : } '
little friends Thursday: afternoon for such short,duration.Tampa Herald. delacies are here-just relative and friends at Delta, returned that it is safely passed without system event ;
:, I Ii ;' their yofing guests Miss Mary and 'what you want, and when home'Wednesday.: any danger. This great and wonderful :
I'i Miss Helen.and Master: Joe Bowen Mr. Charles McKenzie Getting: is I you :want them. Cream Mr. Rowland A. Wheeler, who has remedy is always ap f '
i ine celebrated pin money I' : of Atlanta. among the prominent Pensacola' Royal packed iu any quantity been on thesick list, is much improved phCdeXtCafld I r rI
: 'kles are made by Mrs. E. G. ; rThe grounds and galleries of Arch'1tl .sOns, who are' In'Jacksonvile and sent to your home. now., has carried thousands MotlierrfJs : i

h. I the finest theBayshore, were alive with children, Willie Rice, is now in, we are sorry to I trying crisis without 4
.. thing in the suffering.
'I are I I' t .
the pretty white frocks, multi-colored{ Goes twice far, Biscuits jPffigff tj
pure. as Hot and Rolls every note. We hope to see her out soon. >
v.11 ot pickles you can get. I sashes 'and hair ribbons making a as other kinds. Blue Ribbon Lemon: morning at 5 o'clock. Miss,Lula Gamble who has been pncelelsvallleto Send for free all took expectant containing mothers information of end S ;,: j.';: '.
beautiful and animated' scene and Vanilla. teaching in Potlard, is the of I
I guest :
The Bradfield LI
I \v* have them in Regulator Co.3 Atlanta" Ga. : :
I :Among numerous amusements, her brother.Mr. R. O. Gamble. ,
peanut hunt on the lawn was one of Another I Factory For Atlanta., 3Ir. !N. 'A. Parker is spending a few "

: Glass Jars i the favorites. ThQ J. K.- Orr Shoe Co., of 'Atlanta, Cafe.I I days: in our town. '.
:1 (Fruit punch, ice cream and cakes will build a new factory for the exclusive Kandy Kit hen The little two year old son of Dr. I S
were abundantly and beautifully manufacture of men's shoes. Sally of Flomaton continues quite .... .
served, and the town guests returned Work on ,it will begin in a few weeks.It ill Dr. Ovum, of Fort Deposit, and
t atlSc I. home on the 6:30 car enthused' by the expected to be turning out "a 04 S. Palafox. Phone 999 :Mrs. Judge Wood, of Mount Willing, 15 ao Y5 .{
I good time they had. thousand pairs a day (by October. Ala., are now :with Dr. Sally; ;
-4 Mr. and Mrs. Cross who spent several -
We have also' a supply of this President Or?. who Is one of the most ,
I :Mrs. F. E. Bruce is expected to re- progressive citizens of Geoli1a. 'is outspoken weeks most pleasantly> with their ( S
rtson's Honey and it is sweet ttrn Saturday night from New Or for home 'industdies, and believes daughter, Mrs. A. N. Ranney, have returned OFF OFF JDISCOUNT'

!loiiey toO, at.. .. ... .. .12y2c} I leans. strongly that in a few years the to their home in Rochester, N. PER CENT :'
shoes that'are worn in the south will NOW READY Y.. via. New York city. S !
Mrs. Thomas V. Hannah will entertain be made in the cities of the' south.Here's .' Mrs. John Milieu left for Duluth on )
at tea Tuesday evening for her success to Atlanta's latest en. Segari's Bath House Tuesday.: She will be glaaly welcomed
I. attractive sjster 'and guest, Mrs. S back by her many friends next win- ,
Brown of Mexico. terprise. Everything first-class and
v' I
*'*. Glover goes to Marion, Ala., '
ROSEN ftU&GERELDS, 'Miss Genevieve Parkhill expects to Sons of Veterans G. A.'R. up-to-date. Friday to,attend the graduating exercises -J .
leave. Sunday for her home in Tallahassee }! The W. T. Sherman Camp of Sonsof of the girl's seminary. Her lovely ON ALL SHOES AND HOSIERY !1- : :
Veterans of the G. A. R., will meetat ,
The Fancy Grocers, I accompaniad by her friend and *#* ##* *#*******.#*# daughter, Miss Irene graduates, with "
G. Wentworth's office Saturday,. ,.
hostess Miss Cary Abercrombie who g honors from this institution. She will
will visit her for two or three May the 12, at 7 p. m., to be mustered I 1 # PIANOS AND ORGANS. # prove quite an acquisition to Century 5 More
Phone 391. Pensacola. weeks. in and perfect the organization. All # CASH OR EASY TERMS. society.Mr. Days S f 'J'

4 the signers of the application from g All Piano Work Guaranteed. # Willie Rice! who ever wears a' : f
:Mr. anu':' Mrs. Alexander !Stoddart, Warrington and Woolsey and all the io CLUTTER & RUSHING, most genial smile, is feeling a trifle of MEYER'S COMPLIMENTARY SALE. Remember
: left yesterday for tlveir summer home .signers and those whom did not sign # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. blue just now. He prides him-.e'f on -
in New York after spending the season living In Pensacola :will please be thereto PHONE 476. ft his gardens every year. This year he everything in our entire stock goes. ALL I S
at their bsautlful winter resi- be mustered in and arrange for I I feels that he has not succeeded so well j HIGH GRADE DEPENDABLE j
Annual Picnic I cence on Stoddart avenue, and their morial services for May 30. By me-I I # # #S # # ## *** His mouth sags at the corner and: .
I innumerable friends trust they will return of J. D. Freedman division I he scowls. There is a kind of yellow: Now is the time to fill your SHOE WANTS. DO ;

| earlier next season. der; J. C. Pelten, mustering :officer. and black insect that it literally eat-I NOT DELAY COME- AT ONCE and get the S : S
Commander. W. T. Sherman Post 21,G. ing off the! tops of the Irish potatoes 1 I ;
| the visitors to A. R. and playing havoc generally. Every benefits of the -
FRIDAY MAY 11 Among prominent
:j Gainesville are Mesdanias J. C. IFfebley: I BO AY I I cne is complaining of this plague. i
and A. E. McDavio: of Pensacola who' HAIR, DRESSER WILL OPEN Huckleberries are ripening, and1: the 20 Per Cent Discount. ; ;

are the guests of Mr.;,and Mrs, H. H.UcCreary .'I PARLORS, MONDAY, MAY 14. woods"'are full of magnolias.
IGNOlii BLUFFlY ': their friends. These ladies Miss Minnie Jones visited her home ,
who are prominent members of the Miss Todd graduate of the Moler Special to The Journal. people at Jones's Mill last Saturday I' Meyer Shoe Co1 : ,
College of Hairdressing Chicago, will and Sunday. She reports a. most en- ,
United Daughters of tha Confederacy, '
I Bonifay, May S.-Mrs. H. E. Hick- .
are enroute home from Orlando, where j open parlors on Monday, May 14, at joyable time. i '
man was over from Westville yesterday Furnishers For
; Feet Folks.
No. 10 N. Palafox St First-class work We are a&saddened by the untimely -I
tl ey have been to attend the state ,
con-I' on a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. death of Mrs. Frank Hecker. She
Ladies' Auxilliary ventlon, and stopped over a few !!'guaranteed, Phone 65. M. Cox. 102 S. Palafox. 1i
who was so bright and blooming with
with friends in the South Florida
far city. I Hon. H. E. Hickman came in this health two days ago now lies as a I ......xv..o....... __g ..........
TO THE B. OF L E. So they- are delighted with Gainesville I MAYOR APPROVES TWO morning from Westville.Mr. '"""""""" 1 S
strlcksn frostA
flower by an untimely ;
andwe feel sure that they will NEW CITY ORDINANCESThe
I F. Bullock came over from husband an three sons are left -
Refreshments.Prize leave here with the kindliest recollec- anti-spitting and changing the
Contests. .. tions of their visit... Gainesville Sun. names of streets ordinances were approved Wesiyille to-day.. aesolate.! All will miss her sweet personality .I Jteaeeaee aea aaaaaaaaaaEan
Good Music. i I by Mayor Bliss Y6it? day and Mr. Ai Hofceboom, the hustling representative natural grace and gracious
of the Pensacola) Journal, hospitality. Non knew her but tol I N ro
Dancing.Boating ,Miss Jennie Cooks many friends! are now ready for promulgaUon.
and Bathing. will be pleased to know that_ she has i The chief executive will have. before was in town to-day. : love her. She was a member of one!

TRAINS WILL LEAVE CITY 2:30, greatly improved,in the last few days him for consideration to- 'ay the ordinance ')!r. DanIel! GUlls came over from' of the ,first families of Detroit Mr.';
I Westvflle Hecker i ': of Col. Hecker of Detroit
Monday. a son -
: relative to $
and as soon as she has sufficiently improvement iT'
5:30, and 8:30 P. M. i I I Distinctive
county/ commissioners met ,
I convalesced she and her sister Mrs.;i bonds: one concerning the increasa-of I
The committee reserves the right
I Dan Shepard: will leave for Texas. I I bond for the *ity treasurer and: extending Monday a'nd adjourned Tuesday.
to, reject all obj-jctfonable: parties. *,, the fire limits. Mayor Bliss, The county school board met Mondays -
1'rs.- John S. Beard's charming guest 1 I' will undoubtedly attach his 'signature 'I rJ I I. '

PRIZES. Jf. \'Bowen.' leaves Saturday ,for her t(, all the ordinances, making the same! W. C. Mason.from Ponce de: Leon,'It McDAVID I 0S ruM
'Priits will be awarded as follows! : home in Atlanta to the regret of Mrs. laws after proper promulgation. I who Is treasurer of Holmes county,; :
Beard's friends I was in town Monday. cu 0
whom i
Best unmarried dan-cers-Lady, !. Mrs. Bowen < S 4I A1M'1
pocketbook; gentleman, parasol has won for her own. GENEROUS DONATION TO It seems that the work on the court\\ : Waist .
4 house has come to standstill Special to The Journal.
Best marrle'd! dancers-Lady, em- THE SISTERS OF MERCY I S
Miss Julia Lee of Psnsacola, who Mr. Arthur Miler has moved here fU rJ jIN
broidered shirtwaist pattern; gentleman Sisters of Mercy were pleasantly West JIcDavjd, May 10.-The farms
necktie. has been visiting Mrs. Xorman Farrar surprised last evening by a present from Caryviltei- 5n this section of the country are NIN
BeSt looking baby boy under- three ,Ift on Tu day for.a two week's of $270, the result of the labors of Mrs:' Ron., W. HuPrett: *, Jr.. Is "sick. with looking:much refreshed. since the recent -' \ .
isit to Columbus, Miss. fever. S i71I
3'ears-pap spoon. Best looldng 'girl -Mobile Reg. James McHugh and -Mrs. Pat McHugh rains. fUn
Ibaby-Knife, fork and spoon. ister. in their behalf. The Sisters request, Dr. R- A. Thompson was' over from County candidates are much in evidence ro
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Winner boy's foot race-Ball and The Journal to express their sincere CaryvilleTuesday." here.Johfl $
bat.Winner rrs. A. B. McDavld. Mrs. J. C. Peb- thanks for the gift, 'both to the ladies: Mr, Cooper 'has moved here from ,G. Welsh: was shaking hands : Styles .cu
girl's foot race-bottle ,ley and Mrs. M. E. Batts, three estimable who secured the money for their benefit Caryville. with friends here Tuesday. ;
cologne. ladles from Pensacola, arrived .and to those who so generously S Toe ,work on; the dwelling house of There will be an ice cream supperat I -
Most popular candi'date-stag horn it the city yeaterday from Orlando' contrbuted: to" the fund. The ladIes W. H. Brett, Jr., ba. 'begun.,. the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Lsvy C.i IN' rJ
inkstand. here they have been attending have made similar collections annually W. T. Bludwori came la, Monday S Brewton, for tie benefit of the Mc-

Handsome off. rocking chair will be raffled the convention of "the Unit- for many years.'v fromUDeFuniak Alex Davis.*Springs.of Freeport, was in .i David M.11.E. church, on Friday evenIng -., !n.j such as we show, will lift your ideas above

Hon. Jno. S. Beard will make an ad. town'last night : Messrs May D. J Baggett and T. J.I I Uf the ordinary, There is a characteristic air N

dress at 4 Vie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. _D.W. Burk. a lumberman from De- Cushion,.>two of Atmore's most popu-!I m about every one of cur Waists that appeals to
Funiak Springs, was in town Tues lar business men, were calling on NI
o'clock.'I day.Mrs. home folks here Saturday night. 'I every lady who wants a Waist that's different. rJ !

.--- -- ; D. Gill'.s! from Westville, came The friends of Mr. W. B. Dockens j' Our
over Monday. will be pleased to learn that he is I -r
The log engine for the Sessoms- rapidly Tecovering from his recent ill-i -
Whitted Company has arrived but ness. I *vw* -
Royal Waists
{ f.: has not been taken from the car yet. Mrs. W. M. Holland and sister Mrs. fUru 8!
FRESH tlVlI/IIP/ II'MI' I -- Dixson were calling on Mrs. Brewton
S Given up to Die. Wednesday.. '
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B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., The friends of Mr. Eugene Williams :, to are perfectly made, perfect fitting. They give
Jill/i/ 4fll; Evansville Ind., writes: "For over were-pained toiearn of the sad accident -; ',
five:years I was troubled with kdney: he sustained!: : while skating on m the wearer that satisfactory feeling that they N .
11/il'/ and r bladder! affections which caused roller skates In the city and wish hima are as neatly dressed as any with whom they
me much pain and worry. I lost fles'aind'was most speedy recovery. j N N
BOILED'll41 all run down and a year ago Miss Letjtla Baggett of Peneacola tu may come, in contact. Why not buy a Royal t N

had to bandon work entirely. I had spent few; days with her parents last They are as reasonable as the shoddy kind.
,-' tbre ofthe best physicians who didme week. I N

BO:good and I was practically given W..JL Brewton attended the political! i Price. 1.25 to $9.00. fU
'up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure speaking at Ward's: Monday night, and I '
'i was recommended and the first bottle reports a-most enjoyable t'm!. I\
great relief, and after taking -. I i iru
gave me (
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the second bottle I was entirely cur --
?d." For, sale by W. A. D'A.lemberte.II WATSON

Ready to be sliced for your Are You Fit i ftj Successors to Green & Watson. j&ffB

table. : I II: BOGIA I 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. m{
: \ TO be Trusted with a ,
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30 cents \ GoQd Set ofGRAPE'NUTS BRAfNS aaaaaaaaaaaa
a pound Special to The Journal. I I -. .
Bogia, May 10. We are enjoying S
som0 very pleasant weather at .pres. I CL..CC: S S

Keep them In Order.A good 8 day Parlor Clock . .. . .. .... ... ... '.. .....$5.00 .
entMrs.. Nettie Brewton is visiting her A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.00 I

DEtATOURGINGER S J t I, mother Mrs. Majors at Olive.. FOOD! AND REPAIRER. 8-day Mission Clocks, 2J5 to. . . .. .. ... ... ".. ... .. ...$5.00 S
Mrs. Belle White returned to her BRAIN Repairing at reasonable prices.

: !home at Flomaton Monday, 'after Every minister lawyer, journalist, J. ,F. DAVIS JEWELER at Coe's Pooh StoreiiW S
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: i spending a month with her mother, physician author or business man Is ---

S .... .. sp.. Mrs. C. H. Johnson. forced under pressure of modern conditions .
ALEEqual Misp Minnie Brewton was shopping to the active and sometimes METHOD LAUNDRY
J in Bluff Springs last week. ] over-active use of the bra'n.Ana'f1 j I
:Mrs Wm. VaU'ghn, accompanied by is of the excreta thrown out .

her 4aughters, Misses LIlie, Nellie by the pores shows that brain work; PHONE 1186 E. WLAWRENCE, Prop NO, 8 WEST RO&'dST } .
to the imported ", and jCate of Molino, visited relatives breaks'down the phosphate of potash, ...
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: r : ....."1 here Sunday last.iMr. separating it frOm its heavier companion 'I I
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IHHMWMMMMMMIH! a-H Ma H K r.4rrn--J.'I(
article ., C. H. Johnson, of Atmore, spent albumen and plain common sense
.. -, 5 S--- "-' ", Sunday and Monday with home folks. teachea ,that this elemental principle '* WATCHES, JEWELRY 1 S
S :" .'. ,,. Miss Bessie Bowman is visiting her must 'be introduced into the body anew
i $$1.25 per dozen ,. ,\:'.. S..: .'- cousin, Miss LUllaa Lambert, atMolln'o each day, if we would replace! the loss : CLOCKS. :PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3H |
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brain tissue. S S
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,' this week. and rebuild
.> .' Rev. N. 'Baggett filled his appointment We ,known that the phosphate of STERLING SILVERWARE, g t

,, ,. ., ," .. J'M', at the 'M. E. Cburch last Sunday potash, A3 presented; in albumen certain field and i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, J r
I,' .,. ; grains; has an affinity for S ,' ,
.. air. John Johnson made a flying that,is teonly\ ; way. gray matter in CUT GLASSWARE. i ,
., Flomaton Monday. brain cn be built It will not '
-' .. trip to the : _
:Tier: J. T. FiUlngim will fill hj* ap. answer to take the crude ?hosphate
FOR THE; VERY LITTLE TOT. ef the drug shop, for nature re.
polntment at Raft Chapel next; Sunday potash
Sol Cahn & CO. I I The Mother 'Hubbard model Is replacing employed with equally: good; eS ct. *a<4 .. bets ,It, The elemental mineral must Engraving and. Fine Stationary. Ht

to a marked extent the Ions- the yoke cut in triple sollopa fro&tt "TteU.. T. t... Chjlb, with a few <1 b9 presented through food directly : T -- '
I waisted Frenth.dreSs.worn for several and back is inset with Inch-wide Val friends, spent Sunday afternoon at from Nature's laboratory. 9
The Pure Food Store, seasons past by.the little tots of ute enciennes insertions. The skirt, U Lake,Bogia. They spent the entire These fact have been made use of Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. :
nursery. Variation from the old. very full and shirred into the yoke. afternoon boat riding and gathering in the manufacture of Grape-Nuts and ; -

style Mother. Hubbard the form of Narrow bands of the lawn, Inset with b rries., Those present besides the, any brain worked prove the valueof
South est Corner Palafox and Intendencli
pointed and round yokes are much: the lace finish the full-length bishOp Club'members were Misses Julia and the:proper selection of foo4 by making

seen with the scalloped model claimIng sleeves which may, if deslre4, be :)cnt: .Ora Brownson, Misses Minn'.e and free use of Grape-Nuts for ten days IT. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
Phones \ 178l480 favor'with 'all I fend( mothers. Fine in shorter length, and the neck 11 finished Carjia, Brewton. Messrs. Mannie and or tWO weeks. Sold by grocers everywhere i |
white lawn, was the material used for ;with a lace inserted band of the Ira Brewton, Mr. Richard Bowman (and in immense quantities). f MOBILE, ALA |

this model, though",.nr one of the sea 1 lawn. The, closing is, ot cours: *,. .In p. J. JSttterkin. All seemed ,to enjoy {anuflcturect Creek: Mich.-br, the ,ostum Co., Bat- *iira fi4H* *#&NHr* i- J. S .,
the back. tie
son's dainty wastt fabrics ,might bej the occasion.


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.6 room house and store, No. 700 E. MARKET

I jt Wright,'St. .. .. .:' . ..?1300
60 feet front .by 120 feet deep. on.'Nort" :r ''Beautiful corner ,lot, corner Zar- SPECIAL
Sas $850
I Hill for' : ragossa'and' Florida Blanca OFFERINGS
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Lot 77x170 close in W. Intenden-

I $800'. b :: .. ;' Lots 13 to '19; inclusive of block clav. ,-. .*.<. .. . : .0..16500( ...OF'...
+ 5 lotst corner Jackson and .16th ave
FORAFjcME : $300 cash and balance1 easy term 57. Belmont. tract,*. must. be sold at .; .- .. ..;; . ..-.-.-.. -..,$2800
This close in and you- had''had- better" i- nue.J2 room story residence: ,.near_ Con-. HOOTON & WATSON

I look into it. .T PL once I '.. fefdertief: "monument. ( ," : all :conveniences -

I L $650 00 We. will move in a few days to the ;, :i .. ... .$3150
:, .> v; Elegant home, large.lot on: East Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

has formed a saving habit that.has'led many a for a full block of 20 .lots'oa'.East Hill. corner of :: DeLuna -an'd. .' -Government. HIH. .. .'... .. .} . .?5500 '

Here is a chance to double':your mon- streets. "What's: go d enotfgh? for .6, r09m cottage East' Jackson $512,500.00 store 'buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, ne;!i
to riches. If don't home buy ? : . . .?15004room"
man you own street ;? . '.. Union Depot. A fine investment.

to-day We hav '.list number of lESLIE others. is good enough c...for. _. us.!' Our ; cottage E. LaRua, 'bargain $2,500.0o-Dne of the prettiest blocks on East Hill containing :20! 10:-,
one on our < E. BROOKS$ ,.. / . . . .51050 each 40x137% 'feet.
residence that be present office will thenPbe. for rent 2 cottages at Fisherville and 3 lots
properties can purchased i 3800.0025 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offeredfor
Phone 462 Fisher !Building. T for,all .,. .. .. . . .H700 short time only. .
_. with a small cash: do payment and balance ''t. you want to borrow money on 56,300.00Large 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.

on terms START TODAY! real estate security we can let you 52,500.00 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet. I

4 easy For Farm Turpentine. or have it at 7 and 8 per cent interest. $3,350.0Nce.( : roomy dwelling with lar'ge lot,stables and out houses

Timber Lands List .your property with us for sale. in excellent location on DcVilliers St.

HcDavid-Hyer Company, $5OOO.0G-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line, on N
L. S. BROWN & CO. Barcelona St.-
on or Address. Agents, New York, ,

Pensacola investment Company I Turner & Armard Life Insurance Company! "We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building. PHONE 54 .. No._ 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."

: Real Estate and ,Abstrat Co. v ? S E. Government Street.

I 4. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. P. O. Box 115 DeFuniakSprlnBS, Fla,
: Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
: .' HOTELS. -------r--'...
W. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.J. _t-C fl WflfL p' '
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.L ST1LLMAN, Y..ftes. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLES flYER, Treasurer.Rael I HE.LP. WANTED FERRELL: HOTEL Sncads, Florida. '- II. -
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'N' wawnwtj -' Wanted Nice ,
Rates $2.00 per day. rooms
j Estate loans General Investments. toWow' .:tfiat, .. __ ..
WANTED-Everyone I i iI good 'beds, table the best. J. M. Fer-
The ,Journal has nice, 'C1'old papers :-'I rell. 'Prop. 17apr A Home I
215 South Palafox Street_Penaacola. Florida.HOMES !! for sale cheap. Only five, cents WANTEI -To do your paintia'g, glazi Saving's

i ing, glass stain.ng grain.ng, hard HOTEL. VERNON-Rates $2 per day.
bundle. I
rL=::i J-l---- a ,
: oil finishing arid' paper hanging. .Sat- Special rate by week. Specal: at-
L W.A1NTED-colored' girl -tor .general!I isfactlon guaranteed. James Blevins, tentifctt to traveling men. Free sample OVER, 10,000,0.30' :) AMERICAN, PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL '
housework. Apply 422 West .Gregory contractor, 613 W. Zarragossa: fct.; room.. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop. ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF
FOR SALE St. lOmaylw 9maylw! 't 15. pr. _ AND DEATH.
List of -
Property ,for Sale by D. Hale -
Wilson & Co. WANTED -Set'ied" woman for nurse. WANTED 10 RENT, OR BUY .a small'cottage HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the

car Summer fine on cottage Little Bayou of six. rooms. .. .51400 near Oae block on proposed street carline Apply 701 N. rth_ _Palafox S:",: YI on water front Either on year. American and European plan. American Life insurance Company

Five room cottage with bath. N. New City overlooking Bayou WtANTED-A good .nurse. Apply bay shore or on one of the bayous. Address Special summer rates. Frst-class: in
Taw, and under fence. ..$3000 H..B., care Journal. 9may respect. Pleasant and conven-
Hayne St.. near depot.$1800 H. Turner, corner Strong? and! Bay- every is the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida,
One half block on Lakevlew avenue I ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop., 'Pens '.
Beautiful 8 room 2 story housenew -len.ts. Smay :
in-fettled 'neighborhood. and oS"nard' WANTED The publVto' know that cola. Fla. 15apr HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
modern R Cervantes.$3000
and road very cheap at.. .. ..51500 WANTED-A good cook. Apply at) the Pensacola Building* Association .
FOR RENT. One-half block ((12'lots) and six new once.to Mrs. J. E.'Turt1e,-. ft.Bar-' has decided to follow 4he lead I of the THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms, ISSUES; ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000

Five room cottage, 519 E. Gregory houses renting; for.'5.00 each with rancas. ".. Smayt?progressive young men; have established -, good beds. Free baths and sample /
near R. R. shops .. .. .. .58.00
room for seven more houses. $3250 p .L that modern ,and up-to-date room. $2 per day. Special at'entiontc Pen ss col a Offices Brosnaham Bull dins

Two large lots and a good three WANTED-Young man about 2Q years i:thoroughfare, DeLuna street. ,and that '.traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop.. ..
C.RYAEGER room andhall house,resting for '6.00 to do do general .work, and 'collect-j(they are up-to-date-and- modern firm; DeFunlak, springs. Fla. ISmarlm

per month; ,If sold at once.. $600 ing. Must be well recommended and have taken offices at 210 DeLuna S..., : ..- I!
No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. One nice five roomed house in good furnish bond. Address I.. Journal. and are ready to serve the public! in CENTRAL' HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op.: Board and Rooms.

--- locality with 37 foot lot renting for Smay. .the building line.: Any general.contract. depot Large and well lighted, These are

.I. $10.00 per month. ... .. ..$1000 SOLICITORS WANTED-To gollcU; ing, rep ..Jwork 'a .specialty, plans' rooms.. Free eample room. Meals at FURNISHED ROOMS--Central!) ::0-
Professional! Directory One-half an arpent and ten roomed for the modern workinoin of the,*'arid specifications furnished with estlmates. all hours. Special attention to trav.1Iipg !I BARGAINS cated. Best room's in the cuco; ,"

i house in central part of the city nice world. Will pay you weekly benefits' on short notice. Jas. M. men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tuggle. .| GENUINE clean beds. Apply 128& Eat (*

I shade and .fruit trees.$5500 in case of s'ckness or accident.. Takes;j:Johnson, Mgr.,. L... Redenback. .. AsstMgr. Prop. 13marim|II f of eminent St. 4may .

Vacant lots in any part of the city care of the balance of'.the family Incase ';: : -. --. ',. 8 may CHIPLEY HOTEL Carl SetterLnd: !1, Modern Home with % block OLD MILL INN-on bay front Opt .-
at, prices that will take. Several Investments ground on East Hill car line. June 1. Large, and deUgan!
T G YATES M & of death the best fraternal organ-i, Prop. Special attention to commercial I airy :

that will net 10 per cent ization in the country. Apply'at /No.,;MQYER, on the square Jias a first- travelers. Free sample and bath I $3000. ly cool. Good fishing, bathing all

t OPTICIAN onthe money invested. 323 W. Zarragossa street, between. &J j\ class meat market and handle }oth- rooms. Large rooms: with good beds.!I I Seven room house with % block of boating. First class table. On e.t'

FOR RENT. a. m. and 3p. m. 6may2w*;:i11''('-but 'the best'of (averxtning' 52, per day ISmarlm :: ground, near Stoddart's. (Will carry tile ear line, 15 mnutes: ride from 1'1'
306 TKfESEV BUILDINC Ten roomed house centrally located: :.... ''kinds .vegetables, fi !:and comnlete mortgage of $2300 on this property.) Regular boarders and transien

and unexcelled for a boarding house, WANTED-A smart young lady or,pline of fancy groceiie20,1bs!. Stan. BAY HtTEL.-Open sight! and. day.I I $2800. I Terms reasonable. Addres Old :M I'

on street car line 535.00: per month. i young man stenographer; who has i'dard Granulated,Sugar -5L Whep you European plan. Rooms light and line I Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4ma.THREE ..
WM. D. HOWE experience and good educaton.! Salary ,. lean.. Transient trade solicited. Vacant lots near East Hill car
Five roomed house close in town want: the best go the East End uptoldate I
,. l nice $10 per week; 'give name of lad! ; 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicblan. from, ;
large yard and out buildings stable : meat market an4 grocery store. I PLGASAiNT: ROOMS' to ',
4ITORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW employer. J. J. McCaskill Co., Freeport -] "rtc 'I. $175 AND UP.: .
etc., $20.00 per month.If iPhonefa8.l > Smaylw Prop. with privilege of light house k ,
14Y2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST, what want is not listed here Fla. 5mayl2t''r -Nprtheast from Stoddart's place, Bni lag 301 W. Chase. ,
you I -' ;: I' ; I. entire-bla.ck at. *i . .." . I. :S -
call us by phone 234 or call and I loan : ,
up WuLYIED-Agents for book on SaqI WANTEIK-Ta' $100 to $200 can $500. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for non ,
see us at 30 S. Palafox ,street I Francisco Distaster Tremendous de4mand. L be paid; b)' weekly ml! monthly pay. Miscellaneuos.. I North Hill car line; loca'i' .

I I Everybody>' buys. Big book:....: ments. Good'.security nand Interest. #< "" 'Lots near St. John's cemetery from I very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsd. ..
D. Hale Wilson & Co. 500 pages. Hundreds of ""photograph? \Address,J. J. Ruthbye, City. ,. PANAMAS! -Panamas and straw hats;1 $30 to $75. On any of this property I street. 25apiPLEASANT

I stories by survivors. .Fifty. per cent.,;Gmaylw, cleaned, bleached and blocked by!i I will loan two-thirds of the purchase'I
I place to board NorUi
expert workmen. Leave hats at Field.erickson's I
I Premuium extra. Credit 'given. Outfit I price at market interest.
; Hill on car line. Address No.8.
tailor 34 S. PalafoxSt.
free. Write today. Drop everything WANTED-Secona ,hand :: furniture care Journal. 27ma0i -
an'd maker $500 next 30 days." ;stan: -1 l bought 'and sold" Ring phone 754or 6maylm

. ard Co., 325 Dearborn St.:, Chicago! ,1 caIl'at in.s.Tarragona. St. H. C. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE THOS PEBLEY } newspapers at five cents a bundb
at this office.
They are all clean
rO'HaIa.: 2maySURtTY Mattresses made to order; old ones
"' I
Imay2w j ; \ reiiovatei. New ticks funiished.CORNER PALAFOX AND ROMANA! and nice.
WANTED First-class barber for col-1:1[ ON BONDS-JThe American Second hand furniture bought 'an'l -
ored trade. Ring 1010- ring or!' b i1t4 j I'!I STREET, UPSTAIRS. I .
!" r pany, of New York. Ml sold. Upholsterin'g and< repairing don '. For Sale
call at Sylvester Campbell: Store near prepared to execute at thi city with1pul 1! 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77L;' _

dummy depot, Warrington' F-a: >.1::1 .delJly.)3an.ds.. and Undertakings reiIrg.Jn.he'courts. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. DavIs; Mgr. I FO1RENTI on
24 aprl. FOR SALF- Installment! business .
and for thefornibceof '
I per
DR. J. MOCK ..Iu'IrII--u- .II'II'I'II'I about 300 leases and stock OWL:
contracts. r
!! Wm. D. Howe, EXCURSION-The laUD hE's' Stella;w
FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, !tias other business. Good oppor'! i'
% E. Government
t attorney St. I and! Leclair will run excursitFtp .
WANTED 2maylm. I with'gas, hot and cold water, and all ty for man with ,small capita', \
Saving Station
Dental the or other
t Surgeon.Crown 0 : _LAuutwnsuuvItLrrunrr Ltt,, WJt S W WI --- ., 1 ': other modern conveniences. Address dress 0. K. Journal lima-' ,v
'I : points .interest day or night on reasonable -,
and Bridge Work a Specialty. WANTED German wants position oa W4NTED-Youn'g country printer:' -terms. Phones 659 'and :330: or apply 41 E. Chase! street. lOmay

; Painless Extracting of Teeth. private place for general. work In? .; wants' position in" newspaper orjob !''J.I C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton .<;
gardening or, farming. Address. German omce in Florida or Al l1ama., Has .FOR RENT-Elegant two-story rei- Watson have just received a :<.1 1 -
28/2 S. Palafox St. TAILORING-B. i..
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. I Journal. iOmaylw, eight years' experience and' an Gents' clothing cleaned Diamond' "pressed, Tailor.and dencp, corner Strong and; Spring Sts. ,,, supply of the latest city maps, ahoy, .:
Save both with. 'al1-1 II Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay, all of the subdivisions. The ,
Phone 1077. conferring us I 'i round gOOf job' printer.! A repaired .on short notice. No. 11& i i 1 map-
when ESTATE. See: WANTED-To buy two lots in official and down to date aprt "
out to buy REAL I one or gentleman and absolutely sober will 1 amounted
; West Government St.. ; Pensacola. Fla ;FOR RENT-Warehouse, 50x75, on
us a'bout some of the following: I good locality and not too. far out.I i start on moderate salary: Address; Idee.J. 1, on heavy linen. Regma*
railroad. Address Box 712, City.
Store N. :peViuier 'street, rentingfor State price. terms and full particulars stating full particulars, Arthur Win 1' price, 52.50; special price on lot "'

DIRECTORYJoppa $180 per year. .. .. ..$1500 In first letter. Address A, M.,. car'j|1 free White. Castle! La. 12aprlw. .. H. PORTER sallmaker, i6 South i 6ma>lw. : five or more to agents or real! 'S',

JWttULn.ntJnnJ.rrr rWMtJWtJWrflJ\WflU'- House on North "C"- street, cheapHouse Journal. ,. Omay" % Palafox street. Orders taken for i FOR 'T-6 rooms down stairs; men. Hooton & Watson. !!}n ,.

Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. at .. .. .. .. .. .. .$600| WANTED.-All kinds or electrical tents, awnings camp stools and house I large back porch, large yard and ,: FOR SALE-Large ice box. su'a': '
No.6 I. 0. 0. F, on East Ara'gon street only WANTED-The public to know that cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31 jan.I 501 West Chase and De for store
p Joppa Lodge, work. I sell all kinds of electrical stable. Apply I .grocery:.. or market :q
meets every Tuesday evening at 1:30o'clock .q .. ... .j .. .$650 I we have bought out'the Staf'Jewelry -!l batteries and other,electrical supplies. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- Viller St. Phone 323. 6maylw I soda bunt, witn 20 syrup cups A, 'I i

t at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont 98 acres of good farming lan4, a Co., in this city. Customers ate When you need me ring 345 or 955. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship I good condition. Will sdl cheap 'r

and Baylen street. Visiting. brethren bargain at.. . .. -. ..$1000 notified to pay no one,except our regular E.W. Peake. new Star Laundry build- chandlers and grocers, only first-das1 FOR RN'T-We Government will move Sts.to in corner few exchange for other property, .-\'>;i' .'

are cordially invited. Four blocks in West King Tract collector, R. H. Vick, who has inr, E. Garden. 15decWANTEDThe : house of kind In city. Fair prices to ali.! DeLuna and a T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue
office then
1 T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.I each .... .. . '. .$1000 !been in the employ of the Anchor Supply days and our present will "maylm
J. W GINGLES Ssc. We have numerous other proper Co., as manager of their business public to know that MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- 1! be for rent. McDavid-Hyer Co.
-Registered Berks: :1
31jan6m. ties listed with us''and it would pay here' for the past four .y ars. R. H: w* can do all kinds of repairing mUle Minis, Proprietor. Furniture 5may.
hogs best of
; breeding. Ask f-r
repairing of 'kinds carpatsiaid ;
you to consult before making your Vick & Co. 9maylw float building,_ horse, shoeing 'etc. J. ; :packed for FOR RENT-Seven room house on catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chip ,
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. i investmentWe I --. G."Welsl Carriage Co" |,"." 27fe5) furniture shipping ; North Hill for 525.00 per month until Fla.
meets 'every Monday evening at 8 are ,In, receipt of advices from MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew -' Phone. 63. Next to Tampa" Landing. Nov. 15th. All modern conveni _

I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall the fire insurance companies represented tick furnished if desired. 'Guaran COURT HOUSE DYEING. 'Pressingand 22April ences. Fisher Real Estate Agency. FOR SALE--Nice, clean old new,!Jci'

over Pou stable. W. Intendencla St. by u&-"That all' 10sesln Cal teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVlllersSt CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. 3may. 1 pers at are cents.a bundle. This Sflee. !-

Visiting brethren cordially welcomed ifornia conflagration will be promptly if desired. Leave 'orders at ., Mrs. T; J. Davis, Prop. 'Your patronage Floats built to order. Horse shoeing 1 .
C. C. paid and that THEY WILL CONTINUE J. Welsh i FOR SALE- One grocer's refrigerator ,
J. A. KIRKPATRICK. Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar solicited; satisfaction guaran a specialty. G. Carriage FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H :
K. of R. & S TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE Co. 27fehREGU.LAR capacity 200 lbs. Cheap. Apply
H. HORSLER. teed. Careful attention given ladles' ,
I boiler. Will sell cheap. Appi, ;
Romana I
D. J. Cunningham and Rail-
WANTED-A position as stenographer Phone 1222.
garments. gfebWANTED. HACK LINE From New Method Laundry l'A
Meetings of the Chip- road Sts. 2may I
Knights of Columbus by young lady with_experience: !, leyj; mak'ng connections with mail FOR-S LE-OR-RE -Two IIg ;:-.
: YEARS. P. 0. Box 244 Floralai Ala; .-Hauling and .
I : are held at their hail Protect your home Business transfer launch for points on St Andrews bay. FOR RENT-Two very desirable one with capacity for 75 thousa,
No. 8 West Intendencia and 29apr2w f t' work. Office phone 363: residence Extra teams for traveling men. Good stores on first floor of Manhattan other
lumber, the thirty thousan ;
b against loss by by insuring with
Acosta &
phone 390. White 22-28 N. hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen
I street, on every horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on I pacity. Rates reasonable. Alt- 'J
Monday evening at us. WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wanti ,Tarragona St. 25m.r. or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, Fla.. Just completed and arranged in first! skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft : ,

7:30 o'clock. An !nTltatloa ESCAMBJA REALTY CO. your moving and haulln Ha part Telephone No',74. 28apr''I'I class shape. For terms, 5 ft beams. Telephone or wr'vChaffln ;
WANTED.-The' public to know that .
is extended I antees all breakage. Fhona! 630.' 'I etc., apply Hooton &; Pa.rticulars'l & Co.. MltonF1a. rON
to visiting Knights. 2041/j S. Palafox Street i old newspapers can be bought at GOOD, PASTURE-For a fe'i horses, .
JOHN Telephone 1052. W..NTEAll: owners of poultry td this office for five cents a bundle. They and cows. Address jr apply to W. FOR RENT After 3Iay 1. furnished THE HIGH LAND-East II; ,

EDJf., FOX Grand B. JONES.Knight General agents,for State, for Home know that Conkey's we are Poultry agents for Remedies the cel are all clean and nice. H./ Kilbee. Brents. Fla. ISaprlw cottage at "All Bay.' Address Box! tric car line, six; lots 100 f' ..

Recorder. LIfe. Insurance Co., of New York. ebrated 815 Pensacola. 28apr'FOR by 137& deep, corners $700,
Guaranteed to cholera
cure rape WANTED-We want your orders for lots $600. There are no better -
Daughters of Rebekah. gape and to kill fleas,'lice and mites ; 1907 Art 'Calendars. Over 300 original .I' Money to Loan. RENT-Second story over L1nJdenstruth's !!: tions than these lot;. A. V. C' '
Also their wonderful producer. F. jewelry store. Suitable! '
egg .to's '
designs lect from. All '
Naomi Lodge No. 10, :
t of **>*+*** a************* *** JUSTRECEIVE-LargesDIpmli
Rebekah meets every Monday night I FOR SALE S. Mellen &; Co. Phone }io. Zat. .t,I18apr. prices' : Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. for offices, sleepirrg quarters or storage -! imported Olive Oil Retail by p, ,
Lee Da&ielL
rooms. ;
TO bor.
I at 8 o'clock In I. 0. O. F. hall Vls't- Ififob.WANTBD. MONEY ,, gallon Or larger quantity. G Mtr*" )

Ing sisters cordially invited to be present All kind of real estate for sale or I WANTED-To buy old gold and s1J .-Th Merchant Transfer :Co.rows, 16. E.money Government from Jno.street.A. Hall When&I FOR RENT-8-room. 2-story Cottage j &South Co, Palafox.ship chandlers aoa< grocers*.)c',,

MRS..B. R. rent. North Hill and East Hill va ver broken up stuff regardless .of Co. wants your moving and hauUnt lu need call,on us. 9feblm 318 W. Belmont,' Apply to Walker,
WITKOVSKI cant lots. Some very choice ones at iLgraham. Apnl20 NOTICE TO CANDIDATES- '
sizes. Cash paid. Llghtmaa-&Klein All bteakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor
MISS WILLIE KENPIUCK. Sec good bargains for homes investment MONEY. LOANED_ on_ kinds_ of .perfosal f'.: 1
or 106 E. Wright Phone '1127.LOST sea Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm. I BINGHAM wishing to make a succes-
on snort notice. R. baa for
property A. storage room
M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and should supply themselves witn <
; J. B. &
Terms easy. Gray ; Co. 2 W. rent, suuaoie ior lurnuure or otner
One large lot oa R. R. good factoryor OLD HATS MADE -EW-panama; of is
third Wednesday evening at 7:30p.. 1165 tie ;PLUTO. Now the Slii'
H. Phone Ifeb goods. 104 and 105 South Tarragona
'm, RaSord Hall, No 10. West Inten warehouse site. One water front _" and Straw hats cleaned pressed Romana. HI prepare your stomach aa>j .r
St. Phone SOnoT
WI-It wInftrJ'Lttnw wLttt flt Wr C tt tt
dencla street lot that'a purchaser could make no! -- and blocaed. Panama SOc, straw hats MONEY TO LEND-On good real 'estate against all diseases. Pluto n::' :
mistake ,to buy. One. 40-acre farm .: LOST-A young dog;, whIte;. black, fell hats 35c. Work 'guaranteed. security or on good collateral : '
A. G. FELL Pres. 25c WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or For sale by all druggists and I1j:;>

J.: L. SWEENEY.. Sec._ and sacola one, ot 160 acres, both near Pea-. and spot\tajl around; part bull.one,Return eye( dipped to,' or ,communicate ears)!'Victor' Louis, 100 E. Intendeaela. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. rent, leap or exchange. Your busIness wholesale by Jas McHugh
24 aprim"WANTED.Electrlc Fisher building. ZlJaa respectfully elicited. J. A. Wil
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L. 0. 0. F. Four- choice,:brick business houseson wth'F. F. Bingham! 'at S. S. son. Real Estate Age'at, 2%t,$ W. Government FOR SALE.-Improved and un'! ', ''wed ,
I Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. P., Palafox St,' for sale. Fine invest- L. Co.. office. Reward. 2t* work of ah k'ad. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of peraonal street,1 Room 7, Salisbury property In all parts of e.'' :

: meets every 'l'hursltaonltinr. at 7:30 I meat property.. Few choice offices Let Us dean i your fans. reair vourdynanjo. property on short notice. J. A. Wihon & Co., Real Estate Ag n' .
... it the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" for rent. LOST:" Kn, about inch In diameter, ) da out- wiring. etc. Paons : Terms- easy. J- W. Bullard. upstair building. Phone 173. 23Jan Room 7, Salisbury building. !l''. *

streets. Vlsitin's brethren cordially Turpentine men all get ti .h. and I miniature lady's head on procelaln, 570. Pensacola: E14cirij Co.. '235:) 3.. 28.% South. Palafox St., Phone 1144UNLIMITED ...-, < --7",, 172. -'SI"
F invited. E. GREKNBLATT. have good turpentine business for supposed to be dropped between Christchurch Baylen. 5noy AUTOMOBILES. ram-agent f '-ol
i.camblAoodge No. 15, F. & A. M.
J. NEVILLE. Secretary. sale cheap., 15 crops boxes plenty and 13 West LaRlja'St. .Suitable I Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you aU'(*
'..- round timber lease on' which together reward will be paid thender if SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT- amount ot money to ioanna S\\edar communication of from le- baa:
W. 0. W. all kinds of personal pro ertJ. jumbta' Lodge No. 15, F. & $500.00 up. They cost
with boxes good seven years. longer. left at this office. 'mly'3tLOSTS EDHJghest= price paid for genti'clothing w ru'l
I LIve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 'J. w. Write or:call and see schedule ofproperty. only. Sell hand goods. Special rates to business men on largo A A, J4, will be held Friday horses to keep .up. They can ;0,)
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd t rday, April : 14,, preluma. second .leans. The New York Loan Co.. 204# evening. May 11th at 7:30: la sand or anywhere! a hcrsa\ fan -

Wednesdays in each month. VisUal bly from, wagon.package containingpair Dress-Butts.for_rent- -, 9. Intendencia._ -- South Palafot- o'clock.Vtk In M, M. Degree. Visit. Leslie E. Brooks.

sovereigns cordially invited. 11.. T. CRAWFORD trous addressed H. Pj,,Moog. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO' to exchangefor ing brethren fraternally invited. FOR SALE-Two horses on' -' 1

I: F.A.BOGHICII.C.C. If found. returned to Express office lot on East mIL Address P. f C. D. BEYER W. Oil: and one st double harne (1 !

LESLIE E BROOKS. Clerk.,. 311)/ South P Ufox ,Street. and receive reward. .. ISapr .0. Box' 207. .. SOmar, .TRY'SOSSO': CREAM. PHONE 1325. W. G. DAILEY- Sec- ... .. A'pplY 1815 W. Jackson..in; a' ;\\


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Thousands Each Day Wh" Aie'Looking for; bargains tJk f l' t i f

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If You Buy This Piece, of Property'I I Cleared. 1 ,. : :

We believe you will make a good profit on your investment in a Hersila Ger ss. 1295, Buler, Londonvia : Nothing t I .f

v.;> short time. We have--10 lots on North Palafox that 'w&eau8ell< ; Newport News with 202,000 feet : I '1 ; '
,1..1', $25O.OO.:! These lots are right in line of the best residence 'disut isawn timber and 1,604,000 feet lum I I But : i- ':

: of this city and should even now 'bring more money. [ ber. -

VB88ECS IN "CRT. : : .
Fisherville of c !'J-I : .
$teitlntDs. ,. : :. -. .

Do not overlook' this pretty little village on the bay. Nice pec-. Bainbridg, Br---ls11113: Smith,"Newport : : Everything :t .. 1.i .
'? live here and we have nice building lots from 5175.00 to $300.00. News tp B.rBaars. .Rye ,. ; 4it "

I J > very cool and pleasant here in summer. Birmingham, Br. ss, 2612, Baltimore : '. 40-. ."d-! :,
Naval, Stores: to: Gulf Transit Co. .' I .,'1' .
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE. WW ... . . .490to5D5) Cayo; Domingo Br SB 1713 Friend, i: Clean, heavy clipped White. ...j .; '...
THE stores market closed today as follows. : Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co. f t Oats. : .
COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY WiW. .. .. .... .. 4 80 to 5 05 Chelford, Br ss, 1707, Wood, Tampl- Twice distilled in I ; No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran :: '' '; .. .:

\VG: .. .... .. ..485t0500 co,.to order. copper- I t and Shorts .. '
THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY, N. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4 85 to 4 &5M CimbFia, Danish ss, 1855, Hanson, d in !. Chick Feed, consisting of 20 : ) : .,.

206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87 ,.. .. .. .. ..;. ... v. .. ... 4 80.K .Manzanitlo to Cary* &*Co.' i ripen heavily charred oak articles for the rapid and: *4' .; Iris.{ -

.. ., ... .. ... .. ..475 Haslington,' Br 63 1220, Willis. t i. healthy growth of the newly. ; I
I. hatched.
t d :: __ fl_ I. .. '. .. .. .. .440to445- Kingston to Gulf<'Tranit Co. ..barrels-bottled by the distiller. 1 ':. :'
!I H. ." .. .. ... .. . .4 35 Heathdene, Br' .sa. 2277, JUlburn : thehen.Wheat and Mixed Feed for : : i ; I-.

% I' - 1 IG.: '. ..' .. .. ....412;; to 420 Gulfport to F.Ger 0. Howe 1295& Co.Euler aDa1 -is smooth and mellow.Don't i Cond'tion Powders for horse .. : f.-
Hergilia -ss, Tam pure
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F.. .. .. .. ... ..... .4 07% to 415 ; and poultry.Conkey's t '
So. States Lbr. Co. cow ,
B .. .. .. .. ... .4 02Vi to 4 05 pa, to '
TheErthis- Sale D. .. ... ... ... ... .3 90 to 3 55O to KlrksUll"J. A. Merritt: Br; &ss.,Co-1162, Hlnde, Faro, spoil treat: by failing : Remedies, roupe, cure, Poultry cholera : i: 1 : 1 -
: your .
-, ,. . . .3 80 to 3 85 Louise Ger ss '1480, Bohndorf, Ant cure. gape cure and lice k'.Iler.: : ,' .

A Startling Statement, Spirits Turpentine 63 94 cents.JOBBERS' werp to J. Schreyer. to get "Old Quaker/".... '. i If you live in town telephone f: .
Rlbston, B! sg2185, Robinson, Rio . ., us. :
hut it is true, and we are assisting in parceling 'out dear old terra de Janeiro, to W. S. Keyser & Co. ." .,-i_ If In neighboring towns write : : -

firma. We are now offerin'g pine and hardwood timber land saw .QUOTATIONS I I Tapton, Brit SI,' 2300, Trattles,?un., Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co:, f to us. :: : : .
mill and turpentine: locations, grazing and agricultural lands and t ,,
chal, to Pensacola Lbr. Co. 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., "
town property. We have a 25000 acre proposition in saw mill ,tiny.oer :. I I. PENSACOU PRODUCE Verbena,"' Br. 'ss. 1504, Mann, Nor Pensacola, Fla. 1 L ; : I : '
that is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the.. above classes, .. folk, to H. Baars & Co. i CO.t ; :

list them with us, and they will soon 'be sold. We can sell 'your turpentine 4, Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen. Card! ,.. ,, F. S. MELLEN & :, i
place, to be delivered next winter. I market is firm nas, to Hycr &' Co.-, ,. \ 4 ,
The local produce .
We are sole agents for all the real; estate of the/ pew to1VU. 0f and strong. Prices remain the, same ,'hlpa. I ..... < : Phone 334.Pensacola + f'
Lyndiola nesUing-.beside a chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides 'ihe. the exception : .
for last week-with
B. C. & St. A. railroad. Also for the real estate in the new seaside as1 that Hew potatoes dropped to $5.00 Canara, ItL.ship,-.1495, Repetts, Genoa. -: Coronet, Old Tom-and Dry Gin, :: Fla. : '
city of Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the termnus! of theB. barrel. to :Master.HarvesQne i j' 'IL' .1'. '
C. & St. A. railroad on the far famed St.Andrews Bay which has per ,. Br.it: ship, Forsyth -- :; r :
been justly designated as "The Naples of the 'South." In fact, if it's Butter Butter,, Renovated.Western Creamery. .25.20 to.to.260 21c Rio' Janiero, to'Cffder, .,' i -. -- -- --.-..--r--- ------_ _:+..............."......: 4 j 1.'J 1.-

any part of mother eartb, see us about it. ; Cheese .. :. .V -.".-\.. ..14% .to 15c Ophelia,, Noru ship.-1127. ,. Larrsen : .. -,;:_ r----- -_ _

Eggsi'.. .. .. '.... .IT to' 18c Dunkirk. 0-' ,'::9. t
BUTLER&SIMMONS. Grown Chickens,'doz....$5.00 to $6.00 .\ ..J lIal'K ),- .1,

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGE TSr Ducks: per dozen ...?5.50 to $6.00 Antigua Nor bk 1348. Ferguson, How Do You Save I COfFEE j'i
Sweet Potatoes, per bu . .:I.90c New Orleans to A. Zeliqs. Money ?
CHIPLEY I FLA. Irish Potatoes, per bu. .. 85 to 92c Dharwar; 'Sweed' bk.. '1271, Olssen, i, .

New .Potatoes, per b'bl.. .. ." .$5.00 Rio Janeiro to H. H.Boyer. II We the Pioneer f
--- -- are
-- ( Squash, per hamper. .. .$2.25 Luisa, Ital. bk. 1591, Montano, from .
I j Beans, per hamper .. ... .$2.25 Nolloth to master. Some say "to get an education," some "'to Coffee Roasters of ,. i. .

II .. _i 1 : New Onions, per bag. .. .$1.25 Lake-Erie,' HL: bk., 928, Bfigan, Bas- i .r marry," while others say "to bay a home." West Florida. -
: Onions, yellow, per bu... .90c.to $1.00 som to Mastet.
Onions, red, per bu. 90c to jl.OO Port Sonocttn, Uruyiiay bk, 1112, These are all worthy motives, of which there 1 I
Buy ShinglesFor Louisiana and Alabama Cabbage' 2 Ferres, Mentevldeo to German American are many more. There must be some system -
bbl' crates . . .J2.65 to $%.75 LJbr.' Co. (
New Roof. Strawberries, ; quart.. .,10. ,, to 12c. Paalo Angelo,,, Itai! bk 1136, 'Bezro.P&rkwood. or method worked out to obtain the PJcHUGH'SBLENDS .E: : '
Nor bk 756 Lunde- coveted object or its possession is :seldom .
guard, '--SL Nazalre to Ord'sr.Precursore.ltal "
.1 obtained. .. .
no better time than now to have that leaky "roof renew- I TIMBER MARKET bk; Schiaffiao,. 1508. '. have no equal. A trial :.
ed.Wecan furnish shinglfs at $1.75 a thousand for No. Genoa to RosascoBros.. :No. matter what it is. you desire, ready

3; $2.25 for No. 2 and $3.25 for No. 1. Let US have your : The. timber market still continues Sterling. Nor'bk:.. ; Eiepsen: LabHa: money helps you to obtain it. Have you will convince the connoisseur ....
order today. Remember we furnish everything! for strong and active, with a demand for Bay to order:**' that we .' :
the ? If
not we advise to .
home building.Saunders the available supply. No big sa'es ; Schooners. money you opena I, .
were reported during the week. The r savings account here-one dollar will do mak'noextravagant j I
schr. 39T- :
Mill Company Annie M. Brit ; Carter, ,
rainnaf: the past'few days may 8lgttiy: Mantos to Jj AJ Merritt &;'Oo'.- .r- it,. and then add to it each week or month I claims. -I ,

Phone 717.- 21 East Garde, Sfret.L affect .the- *'market. ., Annie F. Kimball Amer sch, 337. .from your earnings. We will add four !
___- Sweetland, Havana to master. percent
AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS Donna Chrisbna.-: Am.f 8ch, McLeod compounded semi-annually. ;Wholesale and Retsil : .'

.4.............to+) ........t O.....4.....4....,4t4AU'SLEY Liverpool Cotton Market: 165, Cardenas. . I I --

.Cloo . .
Jin.-Teb.... .......... .6.79 |ROGER'Sand '
F b.-Mtr.i........... 5.74fi.99 .; T D? Not/ b&Mmppsed:! Upon.Foley ...
i S M ar..Aprt1:.....;..,............'h.......... &; GOJS Chicago, originated fIRST I I '
I'P.ANY1 ,April-XITt.............-..................... 5.119I Honey and Tar as a throat and lun?' NAT1ONAL1AM1[ { j all kinds of Feed
K&.Ju ................................... remedy, and on account "of the great
Jene-Jaly _..,........ ............... .... Gd merit and lart1! of'foley's Stuffs.Wholesale S
I Jul'- UfUl. ....6dl. pop Honey OF. PENSACOLA, FLA._ : : : .:. .
I COMMISSION BROKERS : f fi I l.Augut-8.piember.... .................... 5.97 and Tar, many Im'.tation8Tare! offered .
; epteomberocaober ............ .......... I.8T for the genuine.These worthless im. W" H. KIfOW'L>>'.Pres. W.'K.HTEH.JR.. V.-Prw.;and C i'iteV. ,
Ortober-NoTwnb .,.r .........81 itatioas have similar sounding names. I T, W. BBB.TT and W N. ROBIRTS. Asst,Cal1len. ''j' Pluto Water
| H WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIA.I i lo..ember.Dec.m'ber .......... ........ .8.79 Beware of them. The'Senoil1e'Foley's Dazcr os-F. 0. Br Dt. W. A. Blouot, W. H. Knovrle: : W. K.' B/eri'- Jr.. .
Deo.mr-January ........ ............;..11,11-;. Honey and Tat is .In a yellow pack -- D. (1. Brent '"_ ". *
L1..poQ18pot..II age. Ask for-jt;and refuse any sub- k.---- DII< ..,. .... I
I Private Wires N. Y.. N. 0.,. and Chicago.conONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. 1I I stitute. It ,is' the best remedy forcou'gbs -r.,. .. -'- I and Retail,
i New York Cotton Market. ; and colds. For sale by W.. A. j

| f January March Open 10.89 10 8J 10.8J 10.85 High 10.83 10.77 Low Ctcs}10.09 0.77* TRY D'Alemberte.BOSSO'S t- I.CREAM.; PHONE 1325./ City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds'. New Orleans Grocery Co.

May .J1.8ft 11.40 ,1155 11.4hiy I
t Bought! and'Sold on Margin or for Investment. 11.21 lt.7 11.21 11.23 Phonograph Announcer. I Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. '
i August 11.05 11.09 11.05 11.0 An enterprising German has pat. Jas. McHugh
Ootob.r..ioj'r 10.82 W.7 ja76 ented 'a device-:for' fitting phonographs Dated Jan.1,19001, Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable Jan. .1,1926. -

I Reference: First National/ an! Peoples Baafo Phone 1173 December.Sew; York...Spoti...,10.78 11.65 10.83 10.75 10.76' .to doors. As the customer Interest Payabl Semi-Annually. Phone 105. Proprietor.AFULLQT&J .

:......+...........O+................................ enters the door of a !shop! a'voice .
.. Wheat. I will call out:. "Flour is cheaper today We.-Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to
: I
Open Hlch Low Clott j" 'N'ew consignment of special :
---I -- Prior Sale in Amount to I
fOR SALE or Sale. ]{aJ--...... 82 8 8l; e23.J1y. S
quality mince meat' just. received
..........,..496' 80 79% 8Q : ; -
try some, and:similar invitation!! .. Suit Purchaser.
FOR SALE-Nice, new six room
TOR SALE-Three barber chairs and i> .
Corn. ,
house located corner 11th street
combination four-chair
mirror. Callor
OpeD Bleb LoW' 01... Correspondence Invited.
write J. A. Biilingsley, 14 E. Government and 14th ave. Built on two lots. May......,..... 4Ii" 4 J' I
House has one story and basementCity J and efforts are, we think; now being
13aprlm. water bath room, sewer connec--JlI7.4-. ,4C- 48_ made to run thfci tp ..cover, Should THE PEOPLE'S' BANK OF PENSACOLA 'a'kJ.

FOR SALE-Ten new and second tions. House is now leased .to very New York Stock. Market they prove ,i in. ;'p.jay; .successful level the before .
narket'tnascore a new.high
desirable tenant. Price- J2.600. A :
second hand office safes, different open. : makes at good investment. Address 44, care Southern ac.do.! ........"..... ths inevitable decline shall come. PENSACOLA FLA. QTfroQT Ss9qp'
sizes ,
beet bargain prices. ;Journal 9may Copper.,.................... 101\\ 100 Mr, Price Is. reported to have engaged '
iicarritt Moreno office East Govern .A.8.K......................."., lSH In the spot; business in New $45.9
ment St. 24marIt FOR SAiLE: A two seated surrey with LIck ................;........ IJO'o "1 York and it is rumored that the bullish 3 -
shafts and pole, pract'cally new.I A.X .......................... 1M}, ..5//) information which): Jie could not disclose No. 5303.i -. 1:
OR SALE-A paying business; cheap R.RT........................ 8 a few daysTsince was a. probable ;
rent; fine location; small captal: re- Must be sold this week.! Also one I a4&o .....................,.. l08Ji l i'Irifl. deal with exporters for the cotton .W.LiUiR Presiittt. JOHN PFEIfFEB. AssisUnt CjJhlJr..M. .
Address Box 68. Chipley, cream colored horse and harness. Can .....".................... ." 48 which he took on May contracts .L CLWKj'vici.Preildant 3ftd CMhfef. J.W. ANDREWS. Anistairt CnMir.!
iPla." 6maylw be seen at Pou's stable. 9may1w'FOR | C.)'.! ........................ tl lil Should this correct It would re-j
U.S........................... 41 41 Nw prove York .situation of the AMERICAN
S'ALE-One good ,worn or driving -' U.S., preterred.............. lO 1j"(); hey weight the of her; cert'ficated stock and THE NATIONAL RANK
WANTED-To loan money on your horse in :'good. cond.tlon.: For, R.i.-........ 28i.! 2S :
watches' jewelry and personal ef. particulars apply to clerk at Escambia I L..I l{..............;.......... l U},: vould strengthen the July position'- '. :- OF PINSHCOU FLA. .
fects. .Highest cash price for old gold Hotel. 5may Iw Ls.i1.! ....................... IO-! &1 cordingly. ';
and silver. Llghtman &; Klein 106 E. H.P............................ 91 tJKtlt. I|i 'Some very disquieting rumors were DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Bright. Phone 1127. LEASE OR RENT- ..................... ..... 1I3 ,tSCaD. 1 I let loss regarding the disposal of the I CHAS.BLUM&CO '
FOR SALE .Pao...................... 159; 159N. New York stock to spinners. The CAPITAL STOCK, $%GOO3O. SURPLUS, $UO'33.
Houses on water front at Little Bayou .y,0 ....................... 138 IS bulls in New York: undoubtedly took I 617 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.., .
FOR SALE- Wagon with 3-inch ties; near car line GoOd bargains. P.O......................... 94 .95t} gn Immense amount of cotton on DIRECTORS JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
nearly new; will sell for cash or on I Apply to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. K'D.G......................... i29CL i .'Jtay contracts and what their plans Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, ,
ime; or) will trade for cow. G. E. 9may3w p .................... ...... 167MLI. l SJj a e* to force the price Jilgher'n or- tienry L Covlnflton. W. S. Rosasco, C. V.!. L mar, -
"iredt, cor. 9th ave and 12th St FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and .......... ....:...........: !)!>; !31 er'to get rid of, tilLs fs'a hard.proposition r.o J. M. Pfeiffer "' T: F. McGourln, J. R. SkU-Kkri, :
maylw* .. ... ............ ...... B.rfn Dunwody
log cart; good team in good condition 15 B. ". 3jT.O.I. :: to study out and:puts.the shortsin ,. Pd Avery, \Y. II. Milton. 0. E. M 1 UM, Just Received
.__. 148 146'4'PI1U1A. a nervous'and shaky condition. Hannah, MvKcnik Ucrting,,
FOR S.\LE-A fine piece of) waterfront and working every day. Price .......................... 13'Ya ..100JiU.P. -',[ very idea seems to prevail among I IIhe W. U ea"tllOD Dr. W. J. M. E. Clark. I
property, 50 feet front on West $300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & .......... -.-_ ...... Uj ...9 (strong bulls that cotton can take care file* r.tcfewln, C. M. Covlngton -.

lay: Shore at the foot of Clubfos street, Co., MUton, Fla, 29aprlm of-itself and they do not. attempt to Individual,Corporations end Firm Solicited.. I afineineo; :'
with a 4 room house, front and back I FOR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra Ausley & Co's. 'Daily Cotton I ir tter. force the market In fact at times it Aqcounts; Bank*, :.

allery, has a nice wharf about 250 good fine Shepherd dote; also Nsw York, May 10.-'Cables from would seem that they would rather Four per oent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Fishing Tackle, Casting
eet long, running out to deep water ; Century Encyclopedia and America telling of the cold 'wa've f.ee-the: shorts sell more, cotton than i

i om the front gate. For,a few days brand Dictionary new.. Address 1102': East Gadden throughout the south, snow in the cover'what they already,have'sold. I I I Nets Nets
uly it will be offered at only $1500 St, or"phone 2S5. 9may mountains: of East Tennessee and frost In 'no section of the cotton belt this = -=:- :== -- --1----- Shrimp ,
ash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at as.far south a& Atlanta, started the morning was seasonable weather report T. SW5; LS8; VW.P15ID2SI..
Friedman & .Co.'s store'. 5may NOTICE TO CANDIDATES,-Those English mark upwards again,.spots ) &'. Teffiiperatures everywhere L H thTc: ; flZg1P&.1Th.IIl' a. 1U.NSJ'IELD> 1VOBEJTO, 8 !.CUIUD Minnow Seines,
wishing to make "a Successful 'run being advanced to 614 on sales of 10,-.'were too low aqd such continued .unfavorable LIL PU8' i

"AIDI FOR SALE-SO acres;locatedat should supply themselves with a bottle -000 bales while contracts were from conditions are bound to tell Citizens National Bankof Bait Pails. f .
Cottage Hill!on railroad; all tenced of PLUTO.' Now' i is the season to 4 to 6 higher cables stating the ad'-')in the end and bound to destroy that PeaueoU, Florid. ,
:"i and with large house, barns, out- prepare your stogaach and liver vance was due to shorts covering and"ifeptimfeni concerning the new crop 0t ECIORS. ;
juses. etc. Creek runs through the against all diseases. Pluto" will do It some excellent buying from this side. which bas put the late positions at orrf.Bo&r. 1'.E.We11ee. Biz M.BoKnsot L, Hilton oe.u.S. Large stocks of the RECORDS latest
md and 4 or 5 springs are also on For sale by all druggist and grocers, of the water. As a result of the better such a discount compared with the oldandwhich a...,w.WTlgbL, PHONOGRAPHS AND
ie land. Plenty shade trees and api i wholesale by Jas McHuga. cables our markets opened some t 6rolnta has created such a short in CeWMi- 04VKIIVG' Large stock of
higher the ClOD months terest in them. .
;Ie.! pecan, peach and trees. on nw .- -
''cod soil; also have a lot sf fine breed 'FOR s.u.E-Fine,hotel site; best situation while the old crops were only fraction-' 6om of the largest houses In the. : ---- ----.----:- I COMPLETE LINE
tiickens, ducks, hogs goats, pea i! in tie city for a tourist hotel ally ,higher but rapidly advanced in .manufactured goods trade report having -I--- -- GOODS. BAGS.
IWS, pigeons, of 130.feet fronting south by 172 feet sympathy with the others. made remarkably large sales tor- GOLF CLUB, S
geese and turKfys East Government street over- Private telegrams from Georgia and'e last week and say the sales M. A -1PC C) J".1HilfNr, BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. ,
kinds. Reasonfor selling is that. 1 deep on II c".O :: .x. Sc' ,.
.la- KATES.
been much had theyhegoodsto ROLLER
Seville square 'and Adams Texas stated that the present cold 'f.ou1d have larger ". H
: i with open Tiew'of Pensacola snap would put the crop back. at least : fell., I
rgaln,. party either looking as for an a investment good farm on 1:1'I I bay street, J10.000' will buy the property, two weeks. However the' market : We,do not see.anything In present Steam, ,Domestic, Anthracite COAL; ',SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS.

Hich to make Everything lapr. seems to rule along,narrow lines, the,.conditions\ to bring about a materialdecline and Blacksmith Call on or write
money. favor si'dsen I
rather the long
I efforts to enlist the' outside publicso and
flume South Palafox street Telephone 93.
and i3
just as-represented. No Office-No. :
,. Good family horse with far having proved abortiye.\ -. :breaks. BRUCE
to. Write or call FOR SALE< 37? | F. B.
on W. H. Morgan, corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets!! Phones fi and J
r buggy. Apply Leslie E. Brooks, There undoubtedly exists a, heavy Tart ... -
'x 453. Pensacola for further ilar ic. new ---- ''"' ->=;;::Ii'.O- }-- >>=-
"art- 31mar: Fisher Building.:" 6maylw short interest in the new crop months I tRY' BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326., -



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1 SIRO IR1rS WE..' INVlTE.4: ---', "1'l.!.., ''f'. .BALLOT AT T T THEDEMDCRTi& L"..i I ." '. -!" IIi ...".- _"\\J,\'

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Stunning'I : 'Western resins of the Southern league: I 'VAil" r w
made the eastern:contingent. lookj.fce\ ,, ; :. U & ) .' TEMPERANCE ",
relics la the battles yesterday. Shreveport -I To become on? of our please; d < ti

,. w New Orleans; and Memphis, customers.. We are prepared,to -
triumphed over Birmingham, Atlanta pease the most :critical lleopJ .,; R FOOD and ''
I and MontgQ ery. Little Rock was the]I The way' we 1 please! .everyone, .is_
Shirts only western crew to lose and Nashville to give the most careful,.attention .PR.tMAflYow I. :

,; was the victor. to every laundry ,detail.. .. 11 i
Shreveport and Birmingham are Your linens w'li: be,, carefully mi'L REFRESHMENT
having: a battle. royal for. the leadsr- handled and' :returned.. :;tg: you) : m
the leagu The Pirates '
It ship of ? clean and fresh.
Our new summer shirts are !l>la>'ed< even for the twelve inning de (t .

feat.of the day previous by administering NI. ) Names, Will Appear on the t
f' favor a shutout to the,Barons. ,New The Star Steamlaundry 9.V.
winning more
1 T Orleans and ,Memphis are right behind Ticket to Be Voted on it 1' Malt is the main! ingredient of Gerst beer. ,
the two and both are
j each day. coming fas '. : ,., *> fls stands for V.y
; i* May 15, : t It : vigor vitality strength. Gerst
t' Augusta 'continue: to win in t1ieSallie 37 E- fiarOan:at (eboneilla.'" ,
'I. You Just ought to see our display : league antf increases the lead daily. Fin > : .
Penraola. : \ beer is extreme y.heayy in malt. 9 R
J -they're. in white and col.l' Jacksonville, has 'dropped down to 1 In order that Es'cambia county : "
third place, 'while Charleston is second .. electors may become familiar with the
., orded pleated or soft bosoms ---. ------'- form and arrangement of the namesof I { The hops act as a tonic.and natural food for the nerves. This !9.'
: made : Sounds rather strange for the month 1 1i / the. various..candidates. as they
regulation style. They're
i of May to be too cold ,to. play baseball,I appear on the official ballot to be vot \ !t t.t .combination. is so remarkably beneficial,.and Gerst beer is so pure 9.
1 11 with a view of catching the coal I but the weather: was too cold! and wet i BQSSO'SIce ed the lath, 'I(h ,
in primary to be held May c :that it may be rightly termed.p re..food beverage ; and filially \9'!
to play in New York yesterday. ,
The Journal
i., zephyrs, that are going. Cream Factorycan ballot which has will prepared be found an belo unofficial r., :.f* .'. extremely small amount of alcohol present ((31-2)) per cent.) lifts ,it into ,

1 I Also you should- see cur fine STANDING' AND RESULTSSouthern' creamy-in In signifying your choice ,for anj :1 'the'class'.of real temperance beverages."

t white full dress Shirts-up to furnish you candidate, the voter should remember i; ;) .

I any quantity. S.tisfac10ngaaranteedd that a cross mark must be made before ., leer has possible good Beet materials
t $2.50. I League. : the )\ Gerst every quality. crystal pure water, i
f f Won Lost Pect.i PHONE 1326 candidate's name, or on the t I thorough aging and scienti fie sterilising. Drink it at home and at all resorts.
.. left hand side. If the cross is made :"l.3 "r
I i Shreveport. .16 6 72irmingham 7 '.
t f f i SAM BOSS. Prop..
{ i. B .. ." .... .17 8 68 41 I' on not the count right for hand the office side in the which vote this will: J j I i.- She \VM. CFRCT FlpfrwrnC) CO.. Nashville Tenn. \i!

t ,I,, Xew Memphis Orleans".12! ... ... -,.11 7 8 679 631 error is made. ;:; PETER BELLsfrbufor Ill

L' The John White Atlanta ,i;, ..> .v'...12. 11 522 f Florida and Alabama Any marks appearing on the ballot j
i Nashville:\. .. .. .. 9 15 375 (other than the cross) for identification \4 .#!! ' e "" """,.",.,.,.,. .

Montgomery .. .. .. 7 14 333 LAND COMPANY or mutilation; will Invalidates ee, "

t E Store Phone Little Rock .. ... :. 3 18 143,i ,will and the inspectors of election 1 '
not count the ballot. '
.,I 225. r Yesterday's-Results.' and Dealers of The ballot as prepared is as follows: I; -, :,- =':-.u._" : __ c. -__ ': : ,_ ._ ,.__,' : .. : :.; --.m

' New Orleans 4; Atlanta 3. LUMBER, SAWED .CYPRESS SHINGLES Unofficial Ballot.Democratic .
!1 2051207. S. PAALFOX ST., Nashville: 3; Little Rock 1. AND KILN-DRIED SAP/ '. : Primary Election held

I -wlll.! -. Shreveport 5; Birmingham 0. May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark ,. J A. VAN PELT
Memphis 11; Montgomery 3. ". before the name of the candidate of :

I South Atlantic League. ., your choice. .

0 Won Lost Peel REAL[ l [ESTATE.T T[ For Representative. 'in Congress. .

Augusta .. .... ..:.14 7 667 (Vote. for .one) .' ,' < Now 'Located in
There -- ,
! IS Charleston .. .. .. .12 9 571 -
Jacksonville *. .. .,.,.11 10 624favannah" .. ,'=W1 2A' B. LAMAR. .
; .. !.. ..10 12 454 JEFFERSON D. STEPHENS.For + '
I :Macon \ .. ... .. .' 9 12 429 T TRANSFERS[ 1 A NEW STORE

Columbia ... ... .. 9 12 42Yesterday's. 9 f ..Justice i 'of ,Supreme Court

(Vote for twos) .
.Results. .
I No Excuse Augusta 5;" Jacksonville. I deeds' THOMAS .
Columbia 3; Macon 2, ((12 innings.) !i Following is a list'of .the CHARLES If. PARKHILL. :Located: at No. 1W N. Palafox Street

Charleston Savannah 2. i 'corded yesterday reported. by the
; J'h J. B.VHITFIELD.. i
-- I Pensacola Abstract'Co.: ; .
I National. League. Albert Lieber, trusteeto G, H. Muller For-Railroad' Drop in and see me when you are out shopping. We
for the men of Pensacoa! wearing ill Won Lost Peel I lots. 11 to 20, inclusive*block 225, .

Chicago P" .. .18 7 750 New City $375. 'L (Vote fo'rtwo. ) ., __ will be with our groceries our
j: are sure you pleased ,
flttftif, shoddily made clothing. They New York' .'. 'e.' .. 16 7 6961 I J, M. Crona to W. C. Beck.lots 1, 2, L" '

., Philadelphia .. .... 14 10 583 I#'13, 4, 5, 6. 7, 811; 12, 1&, 16, 17, 18, 1C, THOMAS. J. APPLEYARD.E. .
E can now have them built to order rfght Colton ., ..c t ....11 10 524'i 20, 21 and 22 in block .90 of the W. B. BAILEY* ., 4. prices and our service.
PItts burg 'i.' J; hll 10 524 I King Tract, $373.;) '
( here at home by expert tailors an lSt.!' Lour.! u' .i.,.ti. .8 13. 387,i J. P. O'Conner to W. K. Hyer" Jr. N. :A. BUTCH. :y '

I CincInnati.r- ..*>.. .'.9 16. 360 j!j t trustee, S. 250 'ft. of the Wy$0,1t. of .
l:1 at reasonable prices. Remember r our Brooklyn ...V'r .6 18 250'1_ For St te'lSenator. Phone 231
s subdivision the S..W. 3:'A.; of the ,
I I (Vote for"one) ?
Pedro Palo! Tract, being in lot 9.
shops are here and every dollar we Yesterday's Results.
!I I! J. P. XConnorao W..K. Hs-sr. trustee
,' Chicago 'S;'''iSt Louis 5. Sec. 27, T. 2 N. of R. : JOHN .S. BEARD.:! I
' 31 W. 640 ,
workmen in ft.- -
pay our stays Pensacola.We Philadelphia 2; Boston 1, (11 innings I $1.00. .. -vs.; ., : -

\ ). For.County, ,.Representatives.Vote > '
ij; appreciate your business. New York-Brooklyn, cold weather. ( .for' t'Ao) :". ''
-. i" Do You Love 'u V ru; i I"i WHY
1 : your baby You: wonder,why,he cries. )i. 0. BAGGE1rT.
I. American League. I Buy a bottle1of White's Cream CHAS. M.: 006TQ&_ ,_ I

;$I I t. Philadelphia .. .. ..Won..H Lost 7 Pect.667 i.!I fuge and he will never cry Mos.t Vermf-,bajbies -- ,)J.:7AXX E.: LONG: >BY.: $$18,000,000 Paid. By The Equitable i( do you persist' in paying your tai'o!' ,
have .. : from $30 to for suit of clothe
and the' .Ml a
worms mother .IGIDP. ?
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Detroit .. .. .. ...11 8 579J
! Reese & Mendel Washington .. ...... ..11 8 Sill!! don't:know it. White's' Cream 'VerinlI D.1IQANJERRY =r ': I when I can duplicate the'salt at

Cleveland' .. ..,.',VU 9 550'I fuge rids the ,child of' worms and ; J. SUJilV, 1mFo' .In Death Claims During 1905.

i. ':. St.. Louis 'i; .. ..... :.10 10 500 cleans out its system.In/a: 'pleasant jtpty'Treasnrer.Votefor I ., I $18.00 ?

THE HOME TAILORS, New York. ,. .... .,.. 9 10 464 way. 'Every'mother should' keep'a; | ( oz . i i ,. "':
f Chicago. .. .... .... 9 11. 450 bottle of, this7''medicine in the. house. \, ;J . Are you 'an Editablepolicy holder? It tas'&cv -f ret. I i.a"tes; styles nobby patterns and the

f: Boston ... .. ....... .. 8-14 356 With'it, fear need: never, "enter "her, JOHN qW; j SH-/. J I 'failed'in the least to' fulfill every'contrac:. finest of workmanship.
; No. 11 N. Palafox St. t mind.' Price 25cv Sold by"all
drug LN
.1. # WltLlAMS.: > : = "
\I Yesterday's Results. >. i f gists. T. .l" q p- Insurance, I't'e'S" Ge.n" ifi'F'
, Philadelphia 5; Boston 1. I ''' -- ''.' .KnoJ lr0S. ". WHY"
" -, 't'r ., 'p ,1- .
' Cleveland 15; Chicago 1. ':""---=rfar Tax CollmorrVote1 .. e. ( "1''S.O \. .. '
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'Wasnin on.New; York, cold weather.i '*' i ( .for'one)*' : ,. ;";. .. f i. ',.. : do you send''away: for your Panan i
VVOODi ', "* '.* ll.ll.oRQNcI HILL' ..
: j '-'- -
r--- I Hat and pay from $12.50 to $25) for
IndootBaseball.. I I N. 'M.eK. OERTING. when! can furnish you with an pqu
i All kinds that you want. There will} be a gate of indoor baseball ,"-- '
at the' Y. M. C. A., to-night between .. J. S. ROBERTS; dIINNNe' .............4.........................., ly good Panama for

the Business Men's team and For Tax Assessor.. I PENSACOLA
!I..OAK AND PINE the Busteri Brown's. Both are confident I Special! to The Journal. (Vote for one) '. Iron Works CO.i $5.00 ?

of'victory and .a rattling good I Orange Hill, May 10.-The rain W. W. ,RICHARDS., : i and SUDPIV |
' And the same comparison with I Idenvear
game *s anticipated., .
:> ). 'cheaper than you can buy Monday was very much apreciated by : Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, Shoes and the balanc ,
.r -- ----- Board'of
It anywhere. Any size you The- Life' Insurance the farmers of this section. I For Members. Public Instruc :. fO'RGINGS, MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP furnishing

i!:; want.E. muddle has started the public to Hon. S. M. Robertson spent Sunday (Vote tion. i -REPAIRS, A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given 'to all orders, t No trouble to show goods.Jos.Coleman.
one In each district s
r The nor ) day or nIght. Agents for James :McKay & Co.'s celebrated V>? and .
thinking. wonderful success that afternoon with Dr. Rage. .. .
i I JJi, 0 Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions.: Office phone 123. Residence -
G. SEWELL has met Bollard's' Horehound Syrupin : :
Miss Nellie :Mills who is atfajdin&college .1 t, :Q strict :No. 1. phone 1029. P O. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN
.. its crusade on Coughs, Influenza,I WM. .E..ANDERSON.District. .. ,.Mgr. I)
' I in Montgomery., is spending ( v 4E+pAA APAIrn .wP' A. .4.A ona a.t.a ArNA M ,
'. Phone 614. Bronchitis 'and'al1 Pulmonary troubles Np. 2.
this week with her Mr.: --
-has started the public' to thinkingof parents H. G. ,, -
and DeSILVA. + */vvvvs vvw Ay 212 S.
j this Mrs. C. P. Mills. '' PAIAFOX STREET.
I L- _.__ wonderful preparation. They 'Mr. Con Mills District No. 3.
are all using it. Jo'n the processionand came from Meridian, W. M. AGERTON., ,
f down with sickness. Price .253, Miss,, last week and will spend sometime W. B. HUBBARD. from 75 cen'sto 4.00'e&.ch. -
the home folks
t 50c and $1.00. Sold 'by all druggists. here. FLY SCREENS
: Strips and Wire (o makeyour ,
Rev. R. J. Coxwell Trill; preach ;aNew ::1' For .Supervisor of '
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326Gaevase Orange church"next.Sunday.; J' ". (Vote foft one) T ;i" own Screens. ,filorris'Dannheisser
i Misses G-sna, and; .Ritt'e''! :, Gainer .- I
'FANCY called on friends at Orange Hill, lion- W. !f. J. BCOTT. Phone 11. (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros )
| G.
: Cattle. &
The head of day. t- -, __. J _____, ___ DeSILVA CO- t Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin*
guernsey is rather Messrs Willie and John Hughey SAAWAVAWVSNAVVSAWA> <' Wines Beer ana Tobacco.
leas, the nect rather slender, the bodylarge !Faulk spent Monday' *Chiphy .: For County Commissioner, Dist No..'1.
! deep*and rangy/'the rump prominent Mr. and 'Mrs. W. H. Fajfc> spent Tuesday (Vote. for one) NNNNN...NN.N.N.N...w.N.1NNJNN..1 .. Old Hickory Whiskey SpecIalty

the flank thlD' thighs incurvedand with Mr. and Mrs. 'AH. >ezt' Myersat J. B. ROBERTS.. '. e I. 12 W. Zarraflossa Street
twist open and roomy. Altogetherthe K>-neEtiiue. C. F ZEEK. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA:
l VESTS animal la at 'once recognized as One more week and then the"defeated t GAS HAS DONE MUCH !

businesslike and belonging to the'pro candidates can go to'work .and bs ''For County' Commissioner Dist. -No. 2. --------- -

nounced dajfy'typehey: are light In thankful that the nominees do not (Vote for one) SAFES I SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES !
control their black
berrj crops:
I color yello,)"':and orange predominating ; tJl i I FOR WOMANKIND.
JNO. A. MERRITT. Buy Liebold Safes
i with considerable white usuallyin !
large the TRY BOSSO'S CREAM; PHONE 1$24.. WM. J. SENNOTT. Scarritt Moreno
F patches on body and the : f I' Agent

FANCY AND legs. Darker shades, approaching L For'County Commissioner ''Dist. ,. ..
3 Gas is fuel has opened UD for her the ideal uomp with J [
! I brown are fond upon some cows and (Vote, for one) :
perfect sen ice-the best living With ample leisuie end

WHITE VESTS I Ii ire quite are almost common invariably'on,b lIs.buff The' or mus.zies flesh The 1806 Modal' A.JAS.C. M.BLOUNT ANDREWS.JR. :+ opportunity The use of Gas for higher for cooking things.has reduced drudgery', in the i o r Marine Grocery Co.

colored .
surrounded fillet .
by a of light
kitchen and domestic affairs, giving,more base for rest
W. A. SHELBY.For .,
i are very popular with .hair. The 'horns are small, carved, RemingtonSholes .-. i' and soc'al enjoyment. Handsome range installed, con- : 604, 606. 60S. 610 S. Palafox St
1,.,.. smart dressers this sea waxy thin shelled and, usually of a County Commissioner Dist. No.Vote 4 '. : nection free, for 1300. Phone 723-
if I' son. Nothing looks 80t' rich deep yellow for .a .third.
neat and genteel as a length from-the base. The udder and /, W. P. B ONSON.H. t i V. J. VIDAL Manager.We .
!,: ,teats are usually large and well shaped .C., CLOPTON. II
with its '
new billing
attachments I I
ir and placed and instantly JNO. A. WIGGINS.For Pensacola Gas Company :
j interchangeable
I car. !
will sell for !i'
j i ten days '
VEST THAT'S"DIFFERENT. f tabulator ,
riages and two-color .
Cream Sandwich. -' -
-- .1) than :
: \, ribbon movement, is the most"complete County Commissioner. DisL No., 5. I Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. $ cost:
Quarter of a pint of good cream, combined (Vote for one) I: : :; No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. ;

." .three teaspoonfuls ;.of salmon or, I 'J AS. R. STEWARD. N.NNOOONN'1NNNNNQ.NNNNNI.NN1NNNaa i Smoked Halibut (very tine, '-

shrimp pie, half teaspoonful of Billing; and l -. per pound.
::.; chopped parsley salt and ..For Justice of Peace. Jhstrict; No.: 2.. j Blood! Red Salmon, lOc per 1 Ii
Plain white and fancy pepper, Correspondencemachine .(Vote for one) THE Holland Herring (in kits) 1.1'" "r
thin slices of .
brown bread. Whisk'the
1 figures, in handsome patterns : t ::-J-kBELL. kit. .

I $1.00 to $2.50. creamuntil it is quite stiff. Stir manufactured*" Designed J. D. GOSS. t A combination set of one Gillette Safety Razor.and 12 Kaiser Herring (in tins) 4:". : r !
1 the fish' paste in' lightly, add ,the'' as it was for fast service;bout for : R. L. NICHELSENi I 2-edged blades two silver tubes withbrash and soap, all tin.

,'. Our line of Washable parsley. and Reason the whole well. ;bard use recommended by experts I: GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For ., '" ,. in a velvet lined seal leather case is Indeed the.travelingman's Salacine Sausage (import*' !" 'C
IFour in-Hands ,and
guaranteed .
at 25c against wear,it is
1 is Spread this mixture on the slices of offered the fr'.end.: Price complete $7.50; Razor with'12 blades per pound.
: all the go. )I as idealtypewriter. Justice'of Peace District No.5.Vote 15,00. .' ,
r ,'
I', buttered bread, putting two slice ( for We have a fresh stock of in, -1
al I one) Coe's BooJc Maccaroni Spagetti Italian T' ,d' >
I' together: ; I l store.Fh. I ,
Paste, *
J. M. Greek Black Olives, Ar<
1 3 'J HARRISON .nt 295. 213 South Palafax. Slr .1r.,._.".!'e.'* 'Navy Bread, Pilot Bread, Itali H. :Ha'
To Shade 'J for the
t pl n j I ". producing most gopdwprkt ia. I .
the shortest time .For Justice of Peace, District! No. ?. Tack, Boston Brown Bread F: 2 .1 i
Use block of with theleasteffottl
a the best quality'magnesia of (Vote for one) ;" Bread Russian Caviar and mI" ," .
I; H, O. .ANSON, and'rub' it long ,and well l I,, Write Local todQ Agents for full wasted 4ftctiPti for> French and Italian Sweet Oil .

f...:. into ea 1i/threAd.9l the shades after i i unoccupied territory. JOS.' E. HANKS.- a Or dear You We carry the only full line of F:

having taken them down and laid ARITHMOCRAPH CO. 3-. S. RIKARD. ., ICE COAL and WOOD cis Leggett's and Dodson and B. 1\.:. '
'r CLOTHIER, them on, a"table, Treat both sides MaJestlcBtdg., Chicago' Following this will te the candidates firo'xia. canned goods in 'the citj Gu.. : '..': .
Il thus, roll carefully l and lay from each precinct: "for: members tlxeConsumers' Coffee Co.'s 0axaca" Gold S > : '
up away of ,
Par fOllnd ''' ., the > Ice and Fuel Company. Daybreak, Diamond Blend aden > (
Corner Main for two days before brushing out the executive committee. :. !I ,
Coffee for sale. Th1 ,
bowder.r 204 West Bay Street,. Jl tt-Corner Chase and Tarragona. _,5 ph'u. 259. : .
1 1I 1f high grades an"d! give perfec: {
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