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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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' 1WO CONVENTIONS OF *F r. POPULATION. 'A : *OF THE :9:<.%! t FORM!!,, OPENING OF .JNO. S. BEARD AND OTUfRS tIft,



SOUTHERN CHURCHES 't&&- By, STATE Associated-FLORIDA"Press.\ '**3i& COCJtfflL OF EMPIRE TALK OF CAMPAIGN ISSUES "HJE


Tallahassee, May 11. Cen- '* o. 1'.."
: I % sUs returns for 1905, published i$ ; a t

.5 in Session at Birj j D 8 today excepting for "Bade"all Florida, Escambia counties'and, & Upper House of Russian ParliamentCalled Large and Enthusiastic '! sj. ''= '
Methodists ;
ll. FISHERMEN[ [ !o Orange show the white population % SPECULATION r[ IN Audience|

migham and Baptists at J *D! blacks of, the 241,870 state; to other be 314fl85 races; *' tosOrder Q] TesterdqyMuchjPomp .).With Greets Speakers at Hotel .. .'..f. ;" ,, ; -


Chattanooga &* 135 over, the total federal<556,690.census Increase of 1900 T* and E scam b.la. ':>'i[ '."-.": .
Ceremony.By ,
HAVE[ 8Nl [ [ % 72,590. The' population of Jacksonville STOCKS T K BYSP1ER f :-t, !, ;"
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g> is"given as 35,301( ; Key .S -'

DISCUSSION &1 !West, ,20,4%;" Tampa, including' 3 Associated;.Press. The council, half elected and half OPPOSES DRAINAGE! 4 r ::
SHARP SBthe suburbs, 22,8+3., "K 11:: .
1St. Petersburg, MIif.'J-- The, formal I appionted, forms the connecting link

I opening of the recognized council between the new and-old systems. A ,':'1.:. t" 1' ,- ,
RELEASED[l[ [ HH y K Y 1+il +ii I-H ll HI-ft; cf the Empire or upper house of par- majority- the elective members vied [ .

liament, took place"'at ttf0 o'clock this with those appointed, who came from Candidate C for Senate Will Vot .;', /d
B Y Methodist Bishops Over New afternoon In the ball;of the Winter the oldest families in Russia, in the ;.

palace. The pomp and*Ceremony and splendor of their dress: the ,: :. : ?

Statement of Faith. COURT U T MARTIALSYSTEM l lf pageantry were,second 'only to that of The,president of ,the council, Count Against Measure. ; ... ,. .' .
Under Pledge of American Consulat yesterday, when the emperor addressed Solsky, declared the session open,and Responsible for's! Downfall-( ." !il (,r!
the new parliament. Tae _contrastwas business begun. It consisted! in the

CR. E. W. STEPHENS! \ WAS UNANIMOUSLY Progresso for Their great with the opening of the announcement of officers and the sign Shortage of f $180,000 Discovered ADVOCATES ELECTION OF C. B) r ; ; "
lower house, which :was devoid of ing of the oath of office. After this f; ,' '
REFLECTED PRESIDENT : and show: \ the council adjourned.COUNTESS Far.By PARKHILL T SUPREME : J .
A R RBy pear _nce. f [ OF f pomp 4" : I Thus \e .

OF THE SOUTHERN BAP. : : : ,

TIST CONVENTION. ADDRESS Associated Press.' PAPER TRUSTSURRENDERED INSISTS New York Associated, :May Investigation Press : j ,'' I
::1IiI1- Washington, :May 11; Edward H. INCL't t
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) death of "
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OF WELCOME?'DELIVERED AND American consul at Prog- N NAVY -
Thompson '"
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'/;>&*&- resso, Mexico, hasa.d'Yt. ed ''the state UPON A DIVORCE Charles L. Spier, a'gent bul- : .
R':ROUTINE' .BUSINESS. TRANS ,"J H.: H. Rogers, who died from a '
department that all American fishermen '\ 1"
to < let wound in his Staten Island home
arrested for'alleged poaching off t r
ACTED. disclosed the fact "
By Associated. Press several days ago ; "1"
the Yucatan coast have been released By Associated.:'Press Paris, May n.-The Castellane case that; 'his financial affairs were more; i. : ., '; ,

under Thompson"s pledge' for their. Vigorously V I Attacked by Hepburn;, St Paul,May. 11.The JJnited States was taken up again to-day to learn if Involved than at first suspected. I '," f i' :c
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appearance. Some the most capable John S. Beard candidate fat .,
B'Birmingham Associated'Press it was 'pos.3ible to reconcile the par- Expert accountants retained by :Mr. ; : ,
secured the unconditional "
Y 11.-Resolutions! lawyers in Yucatan have'been en- of Iowa in the House-Rats government today ties. Both Count Boni and the Coun- Rogers reported today that Spier had state senator and aspirants for county- \;' : 1 )
May for the defense. surrender of, the paper trust,
gaged. ; tess, (formerly Anna Gould) appearedThe been speculating in the stock market offices delivered addresses to a larga' :; J .
"were introduced at to-day's session of: Until the Mexican courts pass on the agai sfwhIchth attorn (;general began hearing disclosed the fact that for months and announced that. Q .
ol the Metho- Bill! in! the Senate. many end enthusiastic audience !last nigh *,;, d
the general conference cases there will bevno diplomatic rep. there of had! M.vi '
suit in December 99.fto, dissolve was no chance reconciliation, securities owned by Mr.Rogers : f
i night at the Hotel EsoamWa. Mr., ?
list Episcopal Church, South, requesting resentations between the two coun a combination between. :the General the Countess insisting an absolute, been deposited by Sp'.er: with certain: f ,
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the bishops to appoint a commission tries.ChargesjLCopectioii. By Associated Press Paper Company and ''twenty-five other divorce. This completes the formal! brokers as collateralIt i Beard's speech was devoted prao ;' ;, .. fit'

to meet 'a similar'commission of Washington, May 11. After passim defendants on the ground #f an agreement proceedings and papers. will be filed is not known yet whether the! tically: to state issues. k f R .--
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320 pension bills the house today de in restraint of' interstate com at 'an early' date. shortage will exceed the $180,000 The meeting was originally advev: ;.$: --'; :L
negro Methodists from the genera voted much time to the consideration merce. ?> which has already been; found. Used to take place at Seville Squar '"* '>.t' ; .
{conference session at Memphis. to DRYDOCK K DEWEY[ of a point of order made fey Mr,' Taw
plan for the holding of institutes for ney, of :Minnesota, against the appropriation fOUR'TR4IN.MEN'KILl ated for the occasion and all the cams ;.t ': ,'.
furtherance 'of educational for the new steel floating dock NW ARCHBISHOP didates were on the stand, when i( !i r 4:

regro, preachers work, promotion of missionary provided for in the naval approprfatior r' ....: [D WRECK JUDGE E PARKHILL P was announced that the place of meeU .; .,
(bill. The'chaIr sustained the:point, Ing had ;been changed to Hotel Ea. .s- 4 -
.work, both home and foreign flnd! r PAID unT Mr. Hepburn of Iowa, made 3*, via. OF NEwrORlEANS cambia. Mr. Beard's ability as a'puw ..''-/ "--*I :
to discuss other questions pertaining orpus attack on the court martial system eBy lie speaker appeared to be the magi ': '-1 i "-
to the federation or union of the negro of the .navy and especially": criti, By Associated Press net that caused the people present at ;!. V: *
:x., Lynchburg, Va., May 11. A:; freight 'j' _
States. died the officers responsible for accidents build H null[ Seville Square to flock to the otherf : :
churches in the United Associated= ea& train crashed into the rear of another i-; i
upon ships of the navY. meeting place many squares away and !.
committee to coHside Jf-
The divisibility special of making new state T TOLLS The house adjourned,_MIT M9D ar.. Washington, May lldplight Reverend with two pushers, to-c&y, on the, Norfolk in the number were many members oJ r s :
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James H. Blenk:,:b iop (Of Porto and Western near here derailing the feminine 6e.l:: \ i '
ment .Of Methodist faith reported fanorafoly t has 'Archbishop two engines, killing four trainmen. X: ; i
followed SENATE .DEBATED ONRAILROAD Rico, been appointed Mr. Beard's speech was confined ,1 t
and a lively debate : Orleans to'fllfUhe; vacancy and.injuring four( others.MRS.DAVIS. the of Ever. -A.: ', ,
in which several! bishops took par! .RATE BILLWashington of New t T TOVOTE[ mostly to" drainage the J
Uisbop Galloway stopped the debate, t caused 'by the/.death i.bt| ArchbisliOBChapelle glades and the speaker declared him ;vivHon. .
Archiishop'iBlenk this f;elf to the proposition, at the i
would neve 'May 11. The senate i left opposed l'
the time
he hoped ; IS
'come saying whew the 'bishops 'would fee { ,With.Passage spent,today 'debatto&'theraflrpad-! ;
that theY' should enter discussions be of Suet 'Canal $20,000 bill. M.r. ,J3ailek'g: ; aon-43uspfislon.:JSpns; at Baltimore. .r.,_ .. MUCH(; 1' 1PRQVf'l Supreme nor Broward, though, and he his stated honestly that be-of .- -.---- :: ,'i.i 1. !
lore the conference. the ''amendm 'applying to orders ol, r ) Neintier. r of Florida d Coon purpose tbought the chief executive haa' bee'a' 'r ''".'(
The question of changing.the length the; interstate comnerce'commissioD '
of pastorates was again discussed, butl With $2,500'Extra for was adversely disposed of by a decl RECORD"'l1IGHt'RUN' \'4. Is Greeted by 1 His Old Friendsin ill advised.to the Mr.proposed: Beard spoke amendment in opposition .-j'; f.to '. i 1

to final decision reached sive vote of 23 to 54, practically: a By Associated Press. .
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The committee on appeals reversed; Dredging, party vote.,A number of other amendments 'fAT BILLIARDS New York,- May 11.-Mrs. :Jefferson Escambia.Judge a the constitution Commission.for the creation of C- *. .
Drainage
the decision of the North Georgia conference -: were offered, mainly by LaFol-: Davis, who is 111 in her apartments at !During the course of his remarks, ;.'.'| \ *
suspending Rev. W. W. Wads. lette and the democrats which WerE hotel Girard here; is reported, much l .
Mr. Beard paid his respects to Judge ;5Whitfidd : '
worth. of Hartwell on the charge of Special! to The Journal. i rejected. The anti-pass provision,. improved to-day. Chas. B. Parkhill, of the su: I # the court along -' .,:.
immorality! the specific charge being Washington, D. C, May -The heretofore accepted, was discussei; I'" By Associated Presr., rreme court, is in Pensacola where he the lines which have supreme heretofore been 'J."- .'.
"kissing aC-'Wom" Dr: Wadswortl charges in connection with the passage and it is evident it will be modified.; Chicago May ll.-The World's higl I SCHURZ, ;DANGEROUSLYILL I will vote in next Tuesday primary published. He touched upon the railroad }- "
was suspended for a year. of the dry dock. Dewey through AT NEW YORK election. The judge is looking well ,
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canal .will be about $20,000 record high run, at eighteen inch balk, commission! race and advocated -\- \ .
the Suez
of about Satisfactory Settlement. .two in, was broken by :Willie Hopp and 'his friends in Pensacola were the election of B. B. Bailey and the '1.\ ';,
BAPTIST CONFERENCE i' with an additional expenses.for its Cairo, Egypt, May 11.-The beliefs I r tonight, who set the new mark at 307. New York, May 11. Carl Schurz Is glad! to greet him yesterday and to defeat of Thomas J. Appleyard in par.i! ',".;", MEETS AT CHATTANOOGA $2 600 for dredging the passage.above strengthening in official circles! herE! The former record, held by Louis., Cur dan'gerously ill! with stomach trouble. ngratulate him on the apparently ticular. He also advocated the elec,1; J/; '. ,'. '
I Commander Hoselyreports that: a satisfactory settlement will be I was 225. Hoppe, made the record ii]I The case took a serious turn for the certain indications df his return to the tion of Justice Parkhill to the supreme .: -:, -
Chattanooga, May 11.-Th/Southern: in a cablegram to the navY'' 'depart- reached in the Tabah 'boundary dispute .. a game with Schaeffer, whom he de,. worse this afternoon and physicianswere supreme court by a tremendous vote bench. ij : '

Baptist convention met for the Jxty ment. With the same dispatch.receipt the I between Egypt and Turkey. feated in eight innings, 500 to'193. .summoned. ia the coming Democratic primary. I Pope Reese Chairman. .) J'
the
'torst annual session here to-day. Th< commander acknowledges' Escambia county is Judge Parkhill's ',
convention Is a purely missionary organization :. of the department's cable of-congratulation : home county. The Democrats of The meeting was called to order by. ; ?' -
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and controls only mis. on' and commendation. He reports this section are especially interested R. Pope Reese. He rtffenred to the :'i ,

fry work, hom and foreign. that he will leave Suez immediatelyand iu giving him a. big vote anti f possible change: of meeting place from Seville I ;-1 t.'' /:
Dr. E. W. Stephens, the president continue the trip. Now that he making him lead the ticket Square to Hotel Escambia. ;-S5X;
called the gathering: to order 'and, alter has passed the canal, -CommanderHose'y throughout the state I .Mr. Reese urged all democrat! tqj: if.V-i' 1 '
devotional exercises, an address ot! believes that,he will not need UryT Judge Parkhttl is stopping while come out next Tuesday and cast thEid) :: I'.JA -

uslcome was livered by Mayor WL. the Potomac and directed that she REF E here at Mrs. Anson's on Big Bayou. ballots for the candidates of their i" k. I
Frierson for the city and by Rev. salt at Port Said for orders from the t Z ro s o R 1 choice and thereby make kaown. their.':1 0ii .1
Luther Freeman, of the First Methodist department. c' t lJ preference In favor of the primary aye .' 1 J.: eem. ,' !
Church, for the religious 'denom- It is the belief..01 Senator Hale, CHIPLEY HIGH "Mr. Reese state thaf influences? '1:,>'1- i
inations. President Stephens then de chairman of the senate committee on Q were at work to defeat the primary! 1n'. I

Ihered his formal address. naval affairs, that during the present J CLOSES system> in order to return to machin* -\'.'' 1 .- 1

Dr. Stephens was unanimously refclected session of congress! legislation will 4Y kit SCHOOL politics! the convention system. j i t"' :t.:.. (
president; H. R. Pollard of! le enacted which: will improve the un- 1 ,yr Mr. Reese was selected chairman ot :,: : ; '!
Richmond, Va.. Rev. Charles A. Smith..satisfactory conditions in the pay of b RpXY r SH the meeting and announced the fivw! ,f
of South Carolina! and H. H. Stallup,"the navy due to the personnel act No OL PROF.: McHAE WILL NO LONGER minute rule for each speaker' except) .,.ol ,:: !
naval officers y v r Mr. Beard, by whose courtesy thfJ'- :
o u Indian Territory, were made vice of 1899. This act gives 4 'J 1. r.-
presidents.! en shore duty 15 per cent less compensation ENGAGE IN TEACHING ether candidates were allowed to adi; ,, ,:r
dress the meeting.Chairman 4: ;
than when they are at sea. >
The pay of officers while sea duty t i'Ao NEWS NOTES OF NTEREST I Reese in glowing and elO1I ."r,3: .. 5 !

corresponds with that of army officer quent language introduced Hon. Joh11-1 i"j"" .'"
Special to The Journal. S. Beard, candidate for state senator. ;; $ .." ,
ot the same rank. Whether the entire I F.
Chipley, May 11.-The Chipley High ; ,
SUPPLIES[ f fT FOfl Uiaerence between sea and 'shore pay Mr. Beard's Address. h
School under the mana'gement of, his ; :
will!! be stricken out is uncertain.FEDERAL : lj' Mr. Beard in opening remarks \ {
Prof. L. W. McRae, closed today. Prof.I referred to his campaign for congress] J "d

y OLcRae and his able corps of assist, some years ago and acknowledged hisf : 1;" :
COURT'"AS y 1 ants have taught one of the beEt' defeat in graceful and manly terms,] f.:. ., '1: .

T THE[ NAVY N f ff schools we have had in years in Chip-, He stated that he is now a candidate .0 .. i'
., cavt pXlC ley. The patrons of the school regretto tor state senator and netting: butn" \.: ,f-I.
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ADJOURNED r4 w know that Prof.McRae has deserted death could prevent his election, as
I the ranks and will not longer' engage I he had no opposition. i1t1i'. :.o
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Q in teaching. j I Everglades Drainage. ...' t, "-
1 1 1 t tIOF people will.have a moonlight '
f YARD D QUIGLES VERSUS LINDSAY, CASE' { 0 Itt 04Q The! picnic young out ;on the Birmingham,!; bow The what speaker would stated come that up he for did the not at-I ft-:t'J. .-t"

VERDICT' FOR Columbus & St. Andrews railroad tomorrow :/t >
RESULTED IN 1'S S'1 FtvdSR / tentlon of the legislature. He referred, .f
\ 6IG night to the drainage of the Everglades .; .
THE DEFENDANT. p tlr Mr. W. W. Jones and wife are visiting ai :J.F
stated that he thought that it was ; ,; ,
Mrs. Jones's parents at :Apalachicola ; -|, Question for engineers. Mr. Beard' 5 ,!'I
Swift&Co.'Max Klien andJ.S Bell!yl 0
this week. i iMr. Beard stated that he thought th ,ques.. 'ft',:
\ ( Henry T. Jones is in Chipley Hal! ,
+D I and inexpedient.
The United Stated" court adjourned at tion premature ;
i Son Get ContractsTwelveHundred yesterday for the term. SK19pO M&77 4 for a few days, having charge of the referred to the statistics pertaining to! '. fito '

The case of T. ,D. Quigles, et aL vs. 'f0 Banner while the editor ,is taking an' tee Everglades and acts of Congress' : :
Bidders. Lindsay, et. al, In which the outing. .Mr. Beard stated that to drain the I 0'J f'-'
Martin to the Qu gles grant in Santa Rosa' fP ) Messrs. Cook and Hutchinson announce Everglades would cost millions and:; "f,: \
title ( that they will within the next had teen 4 4I
involved, resulted in a I alter the drainage completed}
county was defendant In. ri r' I few weeks unfurl the 'banner of The it was not certain to whom the la.nd31; .; ; .
verdIct the as per
Special to The Journal. for sr spy ore Verdict, Chipley's new paper. I would then belong. He thought that; I't..t 1 ,
Washington, D. C:, May 11.-Bids structions of the court. '
Work is expected to begin on the I the legislative grantees, the railroads : :
'or furnishing supplies to the Pensa- In Tallahassee Monday / C Sa .
i had secured
new building of the FirstNational and canal companies ) .-, i
cola yard have been opened and thobwest The United States court will con- '
state.
Bank within: the next few days. This enough from the
Judge .
Tallahassee'lIonday l
bidders announced. They are in
vene FF The lowest estimate for the drainage : :
for meats, Swift & Co., $17.153.88;;; Swayne, )Marshal McGourin., Office building, when completed; will be the Mr. Beard said, is 3000000. ;{.f': : 1
., finest bank building in West (Florida! ,
States Clerk |
w eaa', Max Klein, $5,2&3.75; vegetables Deputy Wolf and United Will Vote Against. :t :
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j s. Bell & Son, $2,577.20 and" Marsh will leave for. :the state capital with the exception of those in Pen He stated that he for one will never t f., :. 'J

wase and butter. Swift' & Co. city Sunday night sacola. ]lend his vote to drain the Everglades' Jf'4 ,.' .- ,
Some of the other low bidders air, Oscar Wells is putting* in bottKcg for the benefit of the corporations. Mr.i. "i.:'i ,

tare, meat J. S3ell & Son, $18,027.50;; works, and will be doing busi-' Beard criticised literature being sent,; :r;! ('
-avwiwjcij Geo. Baner, $2,660.63 tn.., BOY INSTANTLYi rv ? &SSOiY ness in time for the su'mmer trade. cut by the trustees concerning the; :,, ti
nerschkovtz t-,587.50: Max Klien,.$2,. Mayor Buell Cook F. B. Callawayand Everglades a# inconsistent :H ;i:'.
[f ij;tz3> ;; and G. W. Pryor & Sons & AT a BAGDAD others have just returned from Mr. Beard In speaking of the i.- t
,k.i.: KILLED RoTfihlsE Porter Pond, where they have been posed constitutional amendment pro.l I$: -{ ioi y.

For furnishing the bread supply feasting on bream for the past few toted for in November, concerning ,-j'::- I
r.eo. Baser bid $5,348.75 and A Tha\JournaU days. establishment of a drainage commiss'.on -j :,, ; f;'
Bspschkovitz, $5,842.75. For cheesed Special'to McLaughlin, 'Several parties were up before the censured the measure and urged : ; :' !lit..

butter Geo. Baner $3,580; J. S: !Bagdad May ll.-Cart old -, mayor yesterday for> disorderly' conduct the people to vote against the amend, g, T''" 'fm J.
% & Son HerschkovitJ: son of W. N-McLaughlinH, years, some of whom were required to He stated that In differing; 'if. ',
$3,250; A. ,of the IF TEE' WOULD' ONLY GET T<) nt : ;; :
machinery BBL SCLJJaRS" ABOVBJNDIVIDUALS[
the WOULD ALL > E'B3T' f
i'laO; Max Klein $3.100; G. W. Pryoi was caught in I make a deposit with the city. treasurer ,',-; s.
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,. -today-and'instantly OmtiuuQtT 1rj 1&;Q. -
Island Mill released. '
ns $3,250. There 1,200 bid before, being
; were '
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}P', G GF RAND OFFICERS[ .UNION'LABORPRINTING ALLOt f AT T T THE[I r. .i Pensacola in said Journal Escambia, a newspaper County published A.- STREET"through blocks to numbered"OLIVA 35 STR., > 1

| M. McMillan Clerk1 Circuit Court by 42. and 48, In the "Donaldson iL''!

fiF.ii F S. Molten & Co i L.Feb.G. 22.Aymard. 1906.,' D'C', ; ,Pensacola 24feboawl2wks., Fla.:, STREET.shall be named" and known as -FoRT'


,. : Handle Nothing ? : The Street. or public way, extpT1,.
ROYAL ARCH DEMOCRATIC[ An Ordinance to change the names ing from "DeVILLIERS STREET 'Q
15 't "OUVA STREET"
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I Cay Eacl 15()uy : But of. certain streets'-and. public ways in numbered 33 34 43 through ::1orks:
and 47 -,? '
I f the Cty of Pebsa ola. i
; IS THE BEST PRINTING THE : "Donaldson Tract, shall be
ARROW THl. VERY BEST Be it Ordained: by the Mayor and and knqwn as 'TAYLOR STttE-r EamH:

Clnpcco fchrvKk, 'xteud.ng
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1 STATIONERY IS BETTER, THE Of I
COLLARSCfcUETT : i Section 1. The following changes from "DONALSON STREET "j[
WORK IS DONE BY fIRST.CLASS
I PEABOOY CO. I : in the names of streets and thoroughfares "OLIVA STREET" through bloc'-
:Viten of aiiu and CoUan. AND WELL-PAID WORKMEN. Everything as they now appear on the map numbered. 44 and 46 in the "DonaC

1 oc ________________ ,: :: drawn .by Davison &Lee, and causedto Tract," shall be named and known ,
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R. Kellar of Pensacola, Elected : How Names .Will( Appear on the 1 : be lithdsraphed by Thos. ,C Wat- "CEDAR STREET." '
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WE CAN PROVE IT'S
I' .: son in 1884 and delineated in the plan The Street, or public way. ;? .ht\
Grand High Priest of the Ticket to Be Voted on i Clean, heavy clipped WhIte t of the Maxent Tract made by its owners uMaxent Tract" extending from! I

'S <>ats.. Wm. Fisher. L. E. Thompson, W.. BEllS STREET" to "CHIPLEv

Base Ball!! Order at Jacksonville TO YOURINTERESTIN : ar,15 : No. 2 Whit Corn pure Bran :: J. Vankirk, and W. A. Blount are hereby S' REET" throtfgh blocks numoi>!'. ;;;;.
i and Shorts. ., designated and made, viz: I 57 and 58, shall be named and known
Convention. MANY WAYS TO PATRONIZE Chick Feed consisting of 20 "Petterson Street" in the Maxent. as "CHIPLEY STREET."

UNION OFFICES ONLY, WHEN In order 'that: the Escambia county articles for the rapid and : Tract to "CYPRESS STREET." I The right of way of the Pen"ao ,

electors may become: familiar with the : healthy growth of the newly "MoLellan Street" in the Maxent: and Perido Railway Companv A.;' .,
t SATURDAY ADVERTISING OH HAVING ANY form and of the namesof : hatched. a the City lim'ts
MAY 12th arrangement- : Tract to "PINK STREET. shall be namoj! Vn'
: The Jacksonville :Metropolis of OTHER CLASS OF PRINTING the various andidates as they will I : Wheat and Mixed Feed for : "Alston treet" in the llaxent Tract I known as "PINTADO STREET .

L Thursday publishes the following: DONE.' DON'T FORGET THAT appear on the official ballot to be voted the hen. .: to "MAGNOLIA STREET.! Section 4. That all ordinance r"
f., Palmetto Beach The morning'session of. the Grand L in the primary to'be'held May 15th,, i Condition: Powders for horse, : "DeSoto Street" from 8th Avenue parts of ordinances in confineh: j i

; Between I Chapter Royal Arch Masons yester- The Journal has prepared an unofficial I cow and poultry. the City limits to "HEINBSKG' with be and the same is here .\- .
: east to :
,- d ay, was devoted principally to the YOUR PROSPERITYIS ballot which will be found below. Conkey's Celebrated Poultry STREET. pealed.

The lection of grand officers which was In signifying your choice for an>, : Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera I "Spring Street South of St. M'ch- Section 5. That this ordintl-c
Bank. Clerks held as follows: candidate rememberthat cure, gape cure and lice'! k'.ller.: :
: It Itrand the Voter should : ael's Cemetery and, East of Alcanize shall take effect immediately.
.. Joseph R. .Keliar, of Pensacola! OUR'S ALSO, a cross mark must be, made b&. If you lire in town telephone': Street to ARAGON STREET." Passed May Sth, 1906.

and g high priest; William S. Ware: fore the candidate's' name, or on the us. 0 "Havana Street" Alston Street.and Approved May 11. 1906.
of Jacksonville, deputy grand high left hand side! If the is madeon If In neighfoorln'g' towns write
cross addition
AND GOOD PRINTING ADDS TO : 13th Street, in the Pettersons CHAS.] H. BLISS
The SchoolADMISSION : high priest Frank W. Armstrong, of to us. .
;
r High the right hand side the vote will I. Attest: '
"GREGORY STREET.
Tallahassee T. Picton THE RESPECTABILITY OF ANY : to Mavo,,
: grand king
;
not ccunt for the office in which this : Street" to "WRIGHT C. E. MERRITT. Clerk.
"Simpson .
I Waldo, of Orlando grand scribe; Marcus BUSINESS. error Is made .
:: "
25c I Endel, of Gainesville, grand treasurer STREET.
Any the ballot
marks
W. P. Webster of Jacksonville,, appearing on !: "Forbs Street" and 'IFirst Street"T AN ORDIAKCE TO I\'PE \ 3
; (other than the cross) for identification F. .s. MELLEN & CO. "
:: Game called at arrival o'clock grand secretary; John H) Weddell, of UNION OFFICES. or mutilation, will invalidate ., to "BELMO-NT STREET. 'Street"to HE BOND OF THE CITY TREA3-\!\
"Howell Street" and "Second URER.
Thonotoasa, grand chaplain. ; ,
Dummy.
same and the inspectors of election :
The grand high priest made the foLlowing The Burrow -Printery". East Government will not count ,the ballot. Phone 334. |: "LaRUA STREET." Street"to Be it OrdaIned by the Mayo; arj!
Street" and "Third Council of
streetIlayes "Griswall the City of PensaeoL:

NOW READYSegari's W. F.appointments$cota, df Fernandina: grand L' Printing Company, West The ballot"as prepared is as follows; f Pensacola Fla. : "JACKSON STREET." SECTION 1. That the Cit! > T >...

captain of the ;host; George W.. deMu- Government street .Unofficial Ballot "Campbell Street" and "Fourth urer be and he is hereby requK) 'n

Bath House ro, of Inverness, grand principle sojourner >H. S. White, South Palafox street. Democratic Primary Election held :..... ..................:: Street" to "GAD9DEN 'STREET." !| furnish a bond in the sum of F' 3

; J. Terwiliigsr, of Sanford,. The Pensacola Journal, West Government May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark "Ba'bcock' Street! and "Fifth Street"b:| ] Dollars in addtif -., j
Everything first-class and grand royal arch captain; John C. street. before the name of the candidate of 1 to "CERVANTES STREET." requiredof h'rn by existim: I u-

White of Tampa, grand master of the your choice. "-Kennedy Street" and "Sixth Street" nances, in such form and wr ; -
up-to-date. third vefl; William G. Hobbs of Day: >Don't "split" the difference-ad. Legal Advertisements to "STRONG STREET," sureties as may be approved 1 i

iona I grand master of the second 1. vertise in union newspapers and have For Repres. tttatlvetn Congress. "Duval Street" and "Seventh Street" Council!, subject to laws an-i: r.nances .
veil; Robert Mcdellan, of Gainesville' your job work done by union offices. (Vote for one) FURNISHING AND LAYING SEWERS to "DeSOTO STREET." relating to bonds of offic -\ "'

SAFES 1 SAFES SAFES! SAFES grand master of the first veil; John Let "scabs" patronize "scab" products .. AND DRAINS. "Wagner Street" and Eighth the City of Pensa ola.

W. Capper, oT Jacksonville grand: WILLIAM. B. LAMAR. Sealed proposals for the construction Street" to "GONZALEZ STREET." SECTION 2. That all or-iu-ib '!

:: Buy Diebold Safes. guard. "Wise" Cadidates JEFFERSON i 'r D'_ STEPHENS.. of a system of storm-water: "Rodney Street" and "Ninth'Street" and parts of ordinances in rot,, .

Scamtt Moreno, Agent. After the election and appointment drains and a system of sanitary sewers to BPvAINAR'D! STREET.! herewith be and the, same are !h- D

cf officers came the installation of all.: appreciate the value of the Union For Justice fif ,Supreme Court, for the City of Pensacola, Florida "Washington Street" and "Tenth repealed.SECTION.

: ************** ** ** Last night the Royal Arch Masonsvisited I Label. (.Vote.for two" ) will be receved; by the Board of Bond'rrustees. I Street" to "LLOYD STREET." 3. That this ordlnanw!

t the Jacksonville Chapter and Pensacola at the City Hall up to 12 "Jefferson Street" west and "Elev shall take effect immediately ii|.on ";

PIANOS, AND: ORGANS. witnessed the exemplification of workin THOMAS A. OLARKEOH1ARLES o'clock noon of the 'first day of June, enth Street" to "LEE STREET.' passage and approval.
CASH OR EASY T!RM8. th Royal Arch degree after which Typographical Union B. PAKKHIbL..J. ; /.. D. 1906. Proposals to be addressed "Adams Street" West and Twelfth Passed May Sth 1906.

j; All Piano Work Guaranteed. a short business session wound up .. B. WHIT ELI?. to L. Hilton Green. Chairman of Street" to "BLOUNT STREET." Approved (May 11, 1906.
CLUTTER & RUSHING, the business of the conclave. the-Board: of Bond Trustees endorsed "Madison Street? and "Thirteenth CHAS. H. BLTq,

I fto 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. illt. High riesthop&I REPRIEVE OF THE :For Railroad Commissioner. Proposals for Constructing Drainageand Street" to ")!OREXO STREET." Attest: N. ,'.

PHONE 476. : The order of I (Vote for two]' Sewerage Systems." "Calhoun Street" and "Fourteenth C. E. MERRITT Clerk.

*t met in regular session at 2 o'clock EPPES MURDERERS The work to be done consists of approximately Street" to "LMALLORY STREET."

1; *.#* $ .* .*# **.. yesterday afternoon and conferred the 3.THOMAS J. APPLEYARD.E. 25000 lineal feet of storm "Lake View Ave." and "Sixteenth An Ordinance relating to the Prrx- .. ,

crder on a large class, after which the B. BAILEY.R water drains from 66" to 10" in dame Street" to "SIERRA STREET.! of Improve Bonds of the (.'.' .'-

tit officers was held as fol The Jacksonville Metropolis" ays: HUDSON! BURR.N. ter,, which will comprise Section 1. Talmeto Street" and "Nineteenth Pensacola.'Be .

ws: El B. Eppes a prominent and influential BUTCH.. !. Section will, consist of approximately ; \Street" to "MAXWELL STREET." It Ordained by the Mayor .1.:
i Just J .W. !Boyd, of Miami, president; citizan of Leon county and ." : 42..miles of terra cotta and cast "Center Street" and "Twenty-second Council of the City of Pensaco'a

Receivedy H Weddell, of Thonotossa,' vice- the son of the late N. W Eppes who For .state Senator iron pipe sewers from 24" to 6" in] Street" to 1SCOTT STREET." Section 1. That all mone\-,

r ident; I. E. Webster, of GainesUle was murdered ,two years ago,- ia very (Vote for one) diameter. Proposals for Section 1 '"tNf't..1'lth Street" to "AVERY. rived from the sale of Imprtn i<,- '
chaplain; C. S. JJammatt, of r Iacksonville. towards Gov Broward for must be accompanied by a certifiedcheck STREET." Bonds of the City of Pensaco. i

(, a secretary; Olin S. tls: action in reprieving Nelson Lar JOHN S.' BEARD, for the sum of two thousand' "Seventeenth/ Street" to "HERNAN- thorized by an Ordinance app> > ,

Wright, of Plant City, conductor; P. k ins, and George .Caldwell, the two'a&- ,. --- :.r'For .S dollars (f2.000.00), and proposals for DEZ, STREET. :July 19, 1905. shall be placed '".
fishing Tackle, Casting W. Armstrong "of Tallahassee, masterof groes who .were found guilty of the Co-only- ,Representatives. Section 2must be accompanied by a "Eighteenth Street" "JORDAN Board of Bond Trustees in suvposfitories
ceremonies; Joseph R Ke1'buof. : murder. -These two negroes were certified check in the sum of three 6TREEJT." as have been auth >
Vote for two
(
Nets Shrimp Nets Pensacola, herald; W. S. Ware of: sentenced to be hanged yesterday, but '!l. O. BAGOETT.CHAS. ) thousand dollars -(13.000.00). Each "Twentieth Street" to "BOBE' and approved by this Council aim;

11 ; Jacksonville} steward; Will C. An- ,the governor' alve them a repriave for M.,:COSTOX. check so deposited to be drawn ,upona : STREET." checks for the withdrawal of -

dress of Jacksonville guard. s ixty-dayu. ::3!. JACOBY.. Bank doing business in the City of 'Twenty-first Street. to "JOB' funds, or any part thereof, sha
Minnow Seines Mr. Eppes is out in the STREET." signed by the chairman of the D-
,a card' .to Pensacola, Florida, and made r.
J. E. LONG pa of ,
Bond ,
Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years public, in which he severely criticises GBO. T.rMORGAN.l' : aWe to the Board of Bond Trustees. "Twenty-th'fd Street" to "HA'r- b other! Trustees member'of andy counters.]..;; ::

Bait Pails. Torture. GovernorBrow rd, as 'Mr.'Bppaa'; said 'JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. Specifications and' blank forms of TON STREET." Section one 2. That all said ordinan-Boai
: that he came to Jacksonville at the proposals can be obtained of either: "Twenty-foqrth Street" to '- I
and of ordinances
For more than.twenty years Mr. J. request of Governor ''Broward to see if: For L. Hilton Green. at Pensacola, of, STREET." parts in cont
County or
'Large stocks of the latest B. .of 3322 Clinton St. Minneapolis Treasurer.. herewith be and the same are ]inby
Massey,
he (Eppes) could induce the .
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS negroes (Vote for one) the Consulting Engineer, at Wilming 'Twenty-fifth Street"' to "FISHER: repealed.
; Large stock of Minn., was tortured by sciati TO tell of, other p rUes concerned in ton. Delaware; and full sets of planscan STREET." Section 8. That this

., TENNIS GOODS, ca. The pain and suffering which he the murder, ilrl Eppes', card is as 'fol JOHN G. ,WELSHiJ. be 'obtained: at the latter's office: "TwentysixthStreet" to "YONGE'STREET. shall take effect immediately Ordina'' ,
ndured during this time is beyond \ -
l lows: .
upon .
COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL E. WILLIAMS.THOS. the deposit of ten dollarsflO.OO its passage and approval.
500DS. comprehension.: Nothing gave himany : (Declares,)He Was Duped. .. F. WRJGHTON. '( ), which deposit will be returned "Twenty-seventh Street" to "BAARS: Passed May 9, 1906.
permanent reltef until he used.Chamberlain's Tallahassee, Fla., May 8 1906. "'
; GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. : upon the return of the plansin STREET. Approved May 11, 1906.
Pain Balm. One appli To the Public
: BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. : For Tax Collector good condition.The "Twenty'elghth'Street" to "HAYES CHAS.
H. BLISS
'-. ROLLER KATES. ration of that liniment relieved the! I take this opportunity' to express (Vote for one) right to reject any and all bids STREET." Attest: : -.
Ma,
pain and made sleep and rest possible,! the Indign'atlon I feel 'at the shameful *
ANYTHING YOU WANT IN I S is reserved. "Twenty.nlnth Street" to "ANDER C. E. MERRITT,
SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. and less than one bottle has effected I manner in which I have have been L N. McK. OERTING. L. HILTON GREEN, SON STREET." Clerk.
a permanent cure., If troubled with] duped.I J. S. ROBERTS.
Chairman "Thirteenth
Call on or write Board of Bond Trustee'' Street" to lAURA
sciatica or rheumatism why not ,trya ) will quote'from an article which T T. CHALKLEY HATTON, STREET." An Ordinance to .
Extend ili!* F--
25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and appeared in various For Tax Assessor. -
see newspapers, as
Consulting "Eighth Avenue" and "Cevallos Limits
: F. B. BRUCE for yourself how quickly it relieves follows: "Caldwell and Larkins are (Vote for one) Engineer. of the City of Pensai II j
; Street, from City limits on the North :Be It Ordained by the Ma\or ..- !
the pain. For sale by .all druggists ,. confined in the Jacksonville Jail for W. W. RKKARIS.
to the City limits the to Council of the
safe keeping, and thb respite was ANNUAL: : SUPPLIES FOR U. 3CORPIS. on South City of Pensacom!
T'| "CEVALLOS (STREET" !Section 1. That the FinL 1 >.
I -I TRY 80&0'6 'CREAM. PHONE 1326, granted after a visit and.talk with the For Members Board of Public Instruc :MARINE! Headquarters U. of the .
Seventh
Avenue" from "Wright L City of Pensacola shall
:> "
condemned S. Marine Corps Quartermaster's office

of the
men to-day by a son tion. ,
Street" to the City limts on the Northto tended as (follows: Commencing ,. ,>
J. NOTICE ForJustice, pf Supreme Court. murdered man, who evidently"believes (Vote for one in each district) Washington, :May 2, 1S06. SEALED : "SAN CARLOS STREET. point in the center of Tai.a! .
Vote for Two: that there doubt, as to their guilt. PROPOSALS in duplicate, to be
I desire to sate that I went to District ptiblfcly opened in this office at ten a. "Sixth Avenue" from "Wright street, 150 feet from the Kw''. :
: The Woolley Sanatorium the only InEtttute Charles No. 1. 'Street" to the City limits on the Northto of Wright Street; Thence North:i: '
: ; BParkhill, rfA Jacksonville at the r quest- of Gov. WM. E. ANDERSON. m., May 28, 1906, are hereby invited, .
the center of '
ia the United States where th., furnishing "CORDOVlA STREET. Tarragona Strei-: >
Broward to endeavor: to extract some) District No. 2. for laundry service. rations
Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habits an the criminals as to H. G. DeSiLVA. fuel and forage at Portsmouth N. II[.,
can be cured without and from the City limits the South to tection with Tarragona Street : T:, '
exposure whether on
-:. B. .Whitfield any other parties were concerned Boston Mass., Newport R. L, Brooklyn
J. District No. ,
3. West
with so much ease for the patient Only the intersection: of "fiOND STREET'on along the center of Htl'
in the murder of my father, as ,:N. Y.. Philadelphia, Pa,,Annapolis -
W.
M. AGERTON.W. Street to a point 200 feet \Wtf
.. SO days' Ume required. Describ he thought that the day of' xecutIon Md., Washington D. C., :and Norfolk on North.
B. HUBBARD.: I West 'I '
jc yonr case and I 'will! write you an; Shoe Store Anniversary. being so near at hand they might be Va..* laundry :service; rations and "Oak Street" between ''EscambiaA line of 'Palaifox Street ; "
opinion as to. what I accomplish 'The Boston Shoe Store today is eel- -- "Oceola South along a line! parallel \s ; ',
can Avenue"
induced and
to confess, if properly ques For Supervisor of Registration.Vote fuel at Charleston); C., Port to '
line
its 10th( annlver RoyaL'' West of Palafox Street ID ,1 ;
:: for you. Ask your family physician ebrating ary. This I tioned. ( for S. C., Key West Fja./Pensacola P ALM STREET. ;
one) 211
; to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 1Q I :will,be done' in the Usual manner,and I wa surprised at the,confident and and New Orleans, ,La.; laundry service "Maxent Street" from the City limits feet North of the Norm .>'"'
N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, Ga. today they '\\ill'conduct a big shoe Belf-posjsssed on the South to the City limits Wright Street; Thence East : I"-' J
manner of the crimin W.M.J. SCOTT.. rations and forage at San Juan: on a line parallel with the North t
salewhich;will last until Monday..Al als,. ana' was unable to :extract any in .- -, .- P. R.; laundry service and rations at the North to' "E" Street" Wright Street to of: begtnit .r,.
point
shoes are .offered during these two formation from"them, as they repeated lona Island Y. "Palma Street from City limits on .
only For County Commissioner, DistNo.. :1,; N and Ice at Washington Section 2. That this oni ;j.-r'
-at 20
days per cent. discount. This their usual allegations, which I D. C. the South to the City limits on the
(Vote for one) Proposal blanks and other shall take effect on Its and] *>
does not refer to old stock but to all: ; have already been conclusively proven I information can be obtained! upon application : -| North to0" Street. proval. passage

r L Great bright, new and stylish shoes. This I to 'be entirely fals!. J. B., ROBERTS. to this office, the Commanding "Jorda Street" from the City limitson Passed May 9 1906.
I is a brg saving to shoe 'buyers and I 'Why should the C. ,
governor take this I F. ZEEK. Officers or Post Quartermasters, the South to.the City limits on the Approved May 11, 1906.(
they should avail themselves of thi I action in my absence, :without waiting Marine Barracks, at the stations named North to "B" STREET." CHAS. H. BLIS! :
tc 4 sale. I to advise with me'as totha' result of:] I(For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2. or the Assistant Quartermaster, U. "Ollva. Street" from the City limitson Attest: Mu.-ir.

.. my interview,' -when: he himself had I (Vote for/one: ) S. M. C., 1100 South Broad Street, the South to. the City limits on tie C. E. MERWrTT! ,
For Railroad Commissioner.Vote sent me to Jacksonville' this mis North to "OUVA STREET."
Philadelphia, Pa. The right is resarved Clerk.
; Reduction in :
for Two: sion sad had assured me; that he firm JNO. A. MERRTTT. to, reject any or all bids and I to "Sheffield Street to "F. STREET." .

: ly believed them 'guilty and would not WM. J. SENNOTT.For waive informalities. Bids from refcuJar "Birmingham Street" to "H.STREET. [. An Ordinance to amend Sc'i -n !)
c R. Hudson Burr interfere with the" execution of the ,
sentence without County Commissioner ''Dist. No. 3,. dealers only will be considered.F. Three Hundred and Twe: "I)
andN.ABlitch The consulting me? '(Vote for one) L. Denny, Colonel, Quartermaster, "Anniston Street" to'. "I. STREET." of the Code of Ordinances ii I: -
only reason\ he assigns is
that a Section 2. That the ',
U. S. Marine Corps. 5mayl2] fo'lowin'g iBe It Ordained by the Ma I:
petition was presented to .him, re JAS. )I. changes: the. "
ANDREWS.A. name of Avenues i:a Council of the City of Pensa
questing such action, signed by only C. BLOUNT. JR. In Escambia County Circuit: Court, Petterson's A <<1IUon" and in the (Section 1. That Secti'., --;
a few citizens,,,and when asked if he ,
Bathing Club Notice. W. A. &!ELBY. State of Florida. In Chancery. J.D.] names -of Lettered Streets in the Three Hundred and Twent. '
EyeGlassesp believsd any of the signers. of this : Waters Rosina Borras "West King Tract" the Code of Ordinances of 1 I'1!' -1
The East Hill Bathing Club' extend petition were in any wise familIar For County ,Commissioner Dist. No. 4. vs. and John ]L. are hereby designated : '
Borras, her husband, Susan Bergin and thade, viz' the same is hereby amend' "
a welcome. to bathers. Ladies and 'With the evia'ence( in the casey he replied (Vote for one)
and Daniel! Bergin her husband Louis l "First Avenue-and .O"! Street" to read as follows:
admitted free Bath "No and
gentlemen rooms: ,, that he believfed their!: -- .o.
W. P. BRONSON. Bauer "FETTERSON! Section 322. That it bhf.
and Julia Bauer his wife Dora STREET.
suits towels for
bathing and rent Refreshments opinions were based solely on the article -
H. C.JNO.. CLOPTON. Cardinas and "Second' Avenue" and lawful for any person to \> :" :
Joseph Cardinas, her "F' Street"
daily 3 to 9 p. m. Best written by Joe Christie, of Jackisonville
A WIGGINS.For to "MULDON any paved, or other '
husband '
imp
We Josephine STREET.
are now sellingHawkes' place for parties and picnics, bathin'gand who is an attorney for' the Yelverton and .
.
fishing. Come and enjoy yourself defense. = Roy Yelverton, her husband, Beulah "Third Avenue" and "Q" Street" to walk or upon the floor or .
1 County Commissioner Dist. No. 5. Bauer, Willie Bauer.- Nettle Bauer, "BRENT STREET.- part of any street car, pufol.' : '.
at Bay View Park and on the beach o f respectfully ask that the signersof Vote for' "
( one) .
public hall, or public build] : :
the beautiful Bayou Texar. this petition if they honestly wishto John Bauer and Lorena Bauer. On) "Fourth Avenue" and 'R' Street"to "

W. A. SOHOLZ. Mgr. see justice 'done, familiarize themselves JAS. R. STEWARD. Monday, the 4th day of June, A. D., "HYER OTREET." City of Pemsacola. 'r '>
with\ the evidence, now on file 1906, the defendant Dora Cardinas "Fifth Avenue" and "S" Street" to Section 2. That this
THE .SISTERS. OF MERCY GET in the governor's'office. Yours'truly. .For Justice of Peace District No.'2.. Is required to appear to the bill filed "GREEN ISTR ET.\ than take effect immediate:; ""
$2.50 Glasses (Vote for oneJ.L.BELLT) : against her herein. This "Sixth Avenue'- -" Section 3. That all (o-; : -
Eye A PLEASANT SURPRISE EDWARD: BRADFORD EPPES. order to 1 be .and 1' Street" to: and .
of
: published once each week for four consecutive "PFEIFFER STREETS parts Ordinances > .
J. D. GOSS. weeks in The Pensacola "Seventh Avenue' herewith be and the same <1" !
Journal to
The Sisters, of -.Mercy received a I "SIMPSON. :
: for pleasant surprise Thursday R. L. NICHELSEN., ;a newspaper published in said E:s- STREET." repealed.

when their good friends Mrs. Jas.evening,ilc WORD'S GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For .. cambia' Cdunty. A. !M. McMillan:, '"Eighth" Avenue" to "KEYSER: Passed Approved May May 9, 1906.10, 1906.
= Clerk Circuit Court STREET. .
By L. G.
Mrs. Ay '
Hugh and Pat iMcHugh called Justice of Peace, District No.5. CHAS. H. B --
$1.25 and presented to them 1270.00 the result I CAN'T'TELL I (Vote for one) mard 1906. D.. C. Pensacola, Fla., May 4th, STREET.-"Ninth Avenue".. ., .'to' "KNOWLES, : Attest: :". *

of,their labors during the last fe 5mayoaw4w. -- C. E. MERRL1F,
weeks among the good, generous pe I J. M. HARRISON. (Seal) "Tenth Avenue" to, "DA VISON: : Clerk.
-"" !! siaEv'"Eleventh .
pie. of Pensacola. Ever and alwa =
have these good people responded d how WELL! :you feel 10 days .For Justice of Peace District No.:-7.. Itt Escambia County Circuit Court: Avenue" fo "CLINTON:

vien called on and the Sisters o f I after 'quitti COFFEE and (Vote for one) State of Florida. In Chancery. Annie 5TRE T: '

Mercy owe them a debt of gratitud using Thorsen vs.- The unknown heirsof "Twelfth Avenue" to "HANCOCK: BOSSO'SIce

W A D'Alemberte which they take this means'of expressIng. JOS. E. HANKS.J I John McCre ani against all par- STREET."

I ,, The Sisters sincerely wish that S. RIKARD. tier claiming an Interest In the West "Thirteenth Avenue". to "GAHN Cream Factorycan
j every blessing 'may rest on these POSTUM"THERE'S = 43 feet of Arpent lot 57, Old City of: STREET." '
Following this will be the candidatesfrom Pensacola., On Monday..the 25th day "Fourteenth Avenue" to "STILL- ,'.
!. Druggist ud Apothecary, the whole-souled two good,generous ladies who people, for and on each precinct for members of: of-May, A. D. :1906 the defendants are !SCAN! STREET." any furnish quantity.:you Satisuc cr>>dID : a

A REASON." the executive committee. required to appear to, the bill filed "iFifteen
have annually made this years.1 ( .Avenue1'.to "WATER guaranteed.
121 Stirth Patafoi! Street ,and agains them herein.! Thjs order to STREET."
Pensacola, Fia always with'uccess.. I II TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.. be PHONE 1326
If r published once each week for Section 3. That the Street or Pubc SAM BOSS0 Prop.


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Our JNO1 S.9 BEARD ON N I BEULAH 'WEyou I i_. DeFUNIAK< -TI TISpecial I896 Ten Years ,1906' "--'f ,;i ;"'l''I-



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Special'- The Journal. To become one of tour pleased to The,Journal. :. ." ,. ':;.1-.1I.
Steinlloch .
""Beulah, May \1.; The thermometer customers. We are,prepared to DeFuniak Springs' ,, May 11.-The TENTH "'<."'oC..-,-'' '
registered 47 degrees Thursday morn please the most. critical, people thermometer stooa'. at 50 Thursday i '
ing at 5 o'clock, which is something The way we please :everycue is morning at 5 a. in. which is cool :; r:: ;
ISSUES unusual at this time of the year. The to give the most careful attention enough to make one think. that a fire 1
recent rain was very, much needed to every ,laundry idetaiL would feel good. : ;
Smart and was'thankfully received 'tut there Your linens will be carefully (Dr. L F Cawthori is attending a
was 'not enough of it to satisfy every! handled and returned" to you medical institute of the state dental :
one. Still it has done a great deal clean and fresh. ; association at Mobile Ala. AIVERSAY'j
Hon. Wallace Bruce and wife have .
Continued From First Page. of 'good.
The Star Turpentine ,Co. and the i Star Steam gone to their home on the Hudson fora
ClothesMastery -- with Governor Browara'?' he meant no Barrineau Trammel Co. have The few months rest. Mr.: Bruce is hope: : ;. hf
and ,
: reflection on the chief executive.whomhe ful that the coming year will be the : ,; '}
stated that he .thought was ''aa joined forces and are" building a telephone Laundi: ? most successful Chautauqua that has --f: ;'t t 'j, '- "
line from the city to their respective .
honest a man as ever sat in the I e%er been keld, at DeFimiak Springs.A A l E
in make gubernatorial chair, but added that camps. 37 E- SarOen'St. t Phone 114. good rain Friday night and Saturay '{ fti
Mr. Snowden has to d
Eugene gone .. of three I f1.t
he believed the chief executive had Pentacola.! 111.CAKE. been: all advised. resume his work at Hamma, Ala.Though reeks and made the farmers and gar-
confer fit I and style; not fully recovered he thinks I- aenera happy Truck patches were
State Politics. with care that he will ''be able to per- greatly injured by the o'rought.

Wool tested woolens ,The speaker stated that he did not form the duties required of him. The Circuit court has been steadily 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT .
think it proper for him to discuss local Mr.A-. J. Busby and family were the grinding now for two weeks. Much t:
candidates but he thought that it was' guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Marion Busby business of a courting kind has oeen t
confer wear. proper for him to discuss state' can! last Sunday. \ fixed up.The <
didates. Mr. Beard criticised Judge' Mr. John Mathis, who is employedat T. I. 'A. and the Breeze man are Saturday May 12 and
Whitfleld and advocated the election' Seminole, spent Sunday with his bustling the town improvement matters jl
Will you try of Judges Parkhill and Clark. : family, returning to his work Sunday in good shape. Our town is to I': :
Mr. Beard's argument against Judge evening. be the health and pleasure resort of Monday May
fbis Label Stands for S 1 Yearsof Whitfleld was in line'with statements'' Mr. Wm. Barrineau and Mr. T. M. Florida and all lands if we can have 14"1 ;i Ji
heretofore published. Hanna, of Quintette ,were the guestsof cur desires realized.Dr. .
= Knowing How Mr. Beard spoke in favor of E. B.; Mr. James Snowden last Sunday. SALEToday and Mrs. Thomas go in a law ;
Bailey and Newton A. Blitch for railroad ilr. and Mrs. John Wilson have returned days to Chicago to attend the closingof We never let the Anniversary of the opening of our 1 Ml
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commissioners and from Mol'mo where they spenta the Chicago University where the
particularly
against Thomas J. Appleyard. few days at the home of Mr. Wil-- Doctor preaches the Quarterly sermon store slip by without giving our patrons a ,'Jt .:,1;tl:

Reverting to himseltMr.' Beard stat son's brother, Wm. Wilson, who is engaged and students gives, after a week's'which lectures he meets to the the benefit. It's the best way we rtr : l
ed that he had been accused of desiring in farming near there. The ,. \ 1. ,
to go to the senate in the interestof trip seems to have done 'Mrs. Wilsona Congress of 'Religions of which he is know of to :: "j4;

himself and a clam in which his great deal of good. which will be president. f
Dr.
Thompson of the Baptist churchs
family is interested. He pledged him- ,good news to her many friends. at Chattanooga this week in attend Fittingly 'Celebrate Our Birthday. J {
self not Miss who has been :
to vote upon a matter in Lydia Spare ance at the Southern Baptist Asso-
which he was personally interested, or quite sick, is getting along nicely at I By the Ladies of Gads--ciation. Rev. Mr. Woodruff preachesfor ." .
would he directly or indirectly try to present and we all hope she will soon him (Sunday next. We now invite the patrons of this Shoe Store to Join In :,rr 1 :

and Is In every coat. Influence a legislator's'vote in such a regain,her usual health. den Street Methodist ..- celebrating the 1 10th Anniversary of our business career by ?, :; '
matter. IMirs. James .Snowden entertained a
conclusion Mr. Beard asked that company of friends at an ice cream For Railroad Commissioner. participating in the benefits of our Anniversary Sale. We 'r: t it !

$$15.00 to $30.00COTTRELL the people come out on next Tuesdayand supper last Friday evening. Those Church 'at the Vote for Two: want to show our appreciation of the liberal patronage extended U'.: -1-f
vote in the primary. Mr. Beard from distance were Mrs. Thos. Bar- R. Hudson Burrand t '
to us by giving our friends ::1iJ1
asked that the people vote for him, as rineau;Miss Eva. :Waiters and Mr. Jas. some ; J;
the" larger' his vote the ,better his Influence Daffin. All had a good time and voted Store of

-- in the Other statesenate.Speakers. tertainer.Mrs. Snowden a very pleasant' en N. A Butch Extraordinary Shoe Values for their Money. fj iUtl

After the speaker of the evening had The families of Mrs. Jas. Snowden, Everybody Is invited to partake of our Anniversary : -ll l'-'
concluded candidates for county offices A. J. Busby and ArthurSpare, with! Rosenai & CeeIdsI ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
were given an inning of five Miss Eva Watters as guest of. honor -- Bargain Sale. t ,9 f ;

"- minutes before the to people.put their claims for office I participated and fish fry in at a'very the bay pleasant last Satur picnic Varieties of Fish That May Be Served Here's what we are offering.on this occasion. 1. :; :It j


c M. Jacoby for the and legislature J. E. Long presented candidates -I fishing day. The, hunting day was water spent lilies in and boating other, Fish may to be Invalids.classified as "scaly" $6,00 Stetson Shoes, Tenth Anniversary Price.-$4,80 h i : J t i}j J t ,j

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. their claims to the voters, as did John Those pastimes and all had a !good time.: I QUNCY: ] and: "shellfish.? The scaly whitefish $5.50 Stetson Shoes, Tenth Anniversary Price..._S4.40 [ii ; : l1f: !
present will not tell how many
Thomas F.
Pensacola. Fla. /Welsh. Wrighton and J. having farsecreted in the liver
- fish were caught for fear might $5CO Shoes and Oxfords Tenth Price $4,00 ; ;
Efl Williams. candidates 'for county question their veracity.Not one such as the halibut, turbot and Anniversary ;i, I "!

DIAMONDSSomething treasurer.N. McKenzie Oerting_ candidate for Special to The Journal. flounder, are admissible for invalid $4,00 Shoes and Oxfords, Anniversary Price! $320 ; ,aJf I

Neat and New In Them tax collector spoke and Rube Niehel- if as Rich as Rockefeller., Quincy, May' 11.-Mr. and Mrs. W. cookery, with the exception of thecodfish $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords,Tenth Anniversary Price S 2,80 :: : 4 !

W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafoi! SL sen, J. D. Goss and J. Lomax Bell, If you had all the weath of Rockefeller -31. Corry left.for Jacksonville oa Tuesday which on account of its -'IS '
, aspirants for-justice of the peace for the Standard 011 ma'gnatf' you to be the guests of iJKshop Weed ?oarse fiber is never allowed. Oiiy $3,00 Shoes and Oxfords,Tenth Anniversary Price $2.40 ( ::1 J;Jt i

TURTON &BELL. District 2 addressed the gathering. could not buy a better medicine for \ention.during the ''Episcopal Diocesan Con- fish, having fat deposited throughout $$2,50Shoes Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary $2.00 r* _:.I
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. William A._Shelby and J. M. Andrews, bowel complaint than Chamberlain'sColic
:Misses Agnes and Clara Da'rid' Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. candidates for..ounty commissionerfrom Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. $2.00 Shoes and Anniversary Price $1,60 } ; \ 4.
District 3 spoke, as did John The most eminent physician not of Jacksonville are spending a few"days mackerel,,salmon, etc., are too gross '
Wiggins who desire's to be returnedas prescribe a better preparation ran for colIc in Quincy, the guests of their for an invalid to digest. $1,75 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price $1.40 4 at:l'

K., WHITE, a county commissioner from District and diarrhoea,' both for children cousin The,Gadsden Mrs. Jordan.County Times, one of Shellfish of the mollusk variety, $1,50 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price $1,20 h-f 'l t t'.

Matchmaker Optician.30,Manufacturing S. Palatox Street.Jeweler.Pensacola.and Graduaet Fla. 4. and' adults. The uniform success' of,' the most prominent newspapers of such as oysters and clams, may be L25 Shoes and Oxfords Tenth Anniversary Price $1.00 ; : f-
. this remedy has shown If 1 'tt be superior -ttls city,was sold lasteek to Messrs.J. variously used, oysters taking the J, :1 J
Given up to Die. to all others. It never fails;l W. Bussey and .OttS'iLanders.who $1.00 Shoes and Oxfords Tenth Price80c ij' ; '
B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St. and when reduced with water fond! :first rank. The five food principlesare Anniversary tf 1ti

TcrsclyToldPLEASE Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over' sweetened, is pleasant to take.: Every of expect the to best continue, for fts this size newspaper,in the state.;one represented in the compositionof TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, LADIES' AND MEN'S 'j\: !i'!
five I was troubled with kidney I rtfJ.lJ
years family should be supplied with' it. Mrs. R. K. Shaw. formerly of this oysters and in, about the same
DO NOT PAY CARRIERS. and bladder affections which caused Sold by all druggist city but now of Macon.iQa., is,visiting proportion as in milk. But milk HOSIERY 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. dJ-'f' ,

Several complaints have reached me much pain and worry. I lost flesh her, many friends here.-. 'u, has, the advantage over oysters as a, These prices Hill cause this sale to be held in grateful remembrance by ?A ,! } ; 'I
Tha Journal office recently that" when and was all run down, and a,Year ago For Justice of Supreme Court The first train1'onrttte.-new: i"branch : i ,
is welcome
had to abandon work food because it'is much cheaper and our patrons Remember everybody to these bargains. 'r ; 1
followed to their source show that entirely. I had Vote for Two: road df the G.'F. and"-:A, railroad from :< ." ::1 .3
subscribers have paid some of the three of the best physicians who did I Havana, 'Fla., to Quincy came in on may be taken in large quantities.
carrier boys. In these columns repeatedly me no good and 'I was practically given -, Charles B Parkhilland Tuesday and was' the cause 'of much Oysters are taken in such limited Saturday, May r 12th and Monday' May 14th 1906 ::3 :;:\

has appeared the advic: up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure:' rejoicing among the citizens hsre.3Ir. numbers they furnish a comparatively ,: : ',.,), ,"
Do not the carriers. Two of was recommended and the first bottle left :4- > '
pay G. M.: Underhill on Saturdayfor small amount of nutriment.
The Journal boys are in serious gave me great relief, and,after taking J. B. Whitfield. an extended trip-to New)York and ? '
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trouble because they have accepted the second bottle I was entirely cur-. Wisconsin. ,;, ''* They are, however, if eaten raw, BOSTON SHOE STORE
ed." For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. easily digested. They be ,
money from subscribers. When subscribers The engagement 6f Mr. PaulThomas very may f.'"' ,'tf'
pay their subscriptions they ,I i, For Railroad Commissioner.Vote to Miss Ruby :Moore of Liv- cooked in a great number of ways Fashionable Foot Fitters ;"L !" '

are given cards which should be For Justice Supreme Court. for Two: n guton, Alabama has been announced, and offer an appetizing variety in \Lt'. ) ,.. ; 'h,
punched. Boys do not punches.The Vote for Two: the wedding to take place on June 5. ',
carry .
R. Hudson Burrand diet on account of their delicious 111 South Palafox Street. N. G. FORCHEIMER, Proprietor. .
collectors do. Insist upon having Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Covington left [ : : '
jour card punched and then you will Charles B Parkhill this week, 'Mrs. Covington going to flavor. : J.;," -4;
made no mistake. and Jacksonvillewhile Mr. Covingtonvent Fully--Jastf fled. ,- -, .. "'r.- -=-_ -"'== "' _- --ot ;: .i"rl I; :.. ,:'

V?, K. Robinson returnee(from Jacksonville N. A. Blitdi. to visit a brother in North Caro- "Why did Brother Dick shoot that _ _ _ _ _- -.-- 1.d'..'.\,:(. ,'.J ;,,'
yesterday forenoon. J. B. TOtfieJd. 1'na. poor crow?" ., ..- .. ';r :'
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Mrs. A. B. Kearsey, of Mobile whoIs For Railroad Commissioner. 1326. Quincy after having spent several crow him caws."-Baltimore DRIVES f.}, j. .
gave ,4
visiting her sister Mrs. 0. C. weeks in the north. # .' .
Vote for Two: American.A ''' : ,
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iome. I R. Hudson Burrand I -----J For Railroad Commissioner.Vote Difference In the Moraine. I \ \ 7 .' .' '" (1;:::1',-,f

D. Kugleman left Thursday for for Two: He used to come at eight -\ / OUT OF :-:; Ij r
Jacksonville Fla., to represent the U. And leave at three. ? "
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R. Hudson Burrand ,
C. T. N. A. Blitch* He didn't think that late, .: \ THE HOUSE ;}-li ::2
Nor yet did she. \ ,
W T. Graves a prominent citizenof r DIE ,
DeFuniak spent yesterday in the ICE CREAM AT 90c PER GALLON N. A. Blitch They're married now. and be. TO ..t : ?
Leaves home at eteht. .I'. I
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itr.The smacks Kwasind and Minervaof BOSSO'S ICE CREAM FACTORY' ; r Now that is late. : ,;
\Vli7 the SenaforiDllIahea.
SUNDAY ONLY. PHONE 1326. .
Saunders & Company's fleet arrived Senator Knox likes a good story,and -Judge.COFFEE Stearns' Electric :, ". if F
jesterufey with a total catch of 3,500snappers. ..
can tell one. PresidentRoosevelt: ask
OF CURLS.
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BUNCH
ed him what he thought of Charles J.
Mrs. P. !& Rollo after ,a pleasant Bonaparte for secretary of the navy. Rat and Roach Paste : jJl
ti iMt to her mother :Mrs. J. W. Suther. The favorite joke in regard to Now Knox is a partisan though a fJt,

land returned to her home in Mont the pretty girl losing her French Among' the clean one, and he has not much sym- A 25c box of Stwrii Electric Paste will kill elf all tb. rata and :, .
Eomery yesterday.The miss In a house in a si.gI! eight :: : f.h'If
curls, as the coquettish beau catch: pathy for mugwumps. In reply to the ; i
many friends of Louis Jones; ers are now called, is with us'again. suggestion of Bonaparte, for'a cabinet VJe are the Fionesf WATER BUGS, COCKROACHES, BED BUGSand ,,:".::" T.:}!:',f
*ho has been confined to his'home for Housekeeping killed by Steams' Electrlo Paste. Very easy to use. : ;,.. -
Even -women make no place-this was before the appointmentwas Coffee Roasters of other vermin are quickly '1: ;.. ; ;
very young 'IA
feral days will be pleased to hear announced had heardof Your money will be refunded If Stea"'Electric Ka' .4 Beaela Puw td J !
anybody
that he is able tobe out. pretense as to the bunch of,bobby or West Florida.UGH'SBl. GUARAUTEE doesnoUo&U&b&u.el&lmedforU. ,
little curls being natural The man Things it-Knox told the president the old 2 oz. box 25c; Hotel size(eight times the quantity)81,00 'r.i : I
'tv. T. Bidwell of Birmingham, arin
story: tint pnpild iicilpt tf irict 1
Jald nMjihOT tr writs
who believes rooted in
rived the city yesterday. Mr. Bid- they ,are' a Mike, the new bartender: In Casey's CO. : I III.!! U. S. A. ::
PASTE Chicago
woman's head ,must be an innocent fj So of peopleare STEARNS' ELECTRIC flllJ
"ell will engage in theeledrical sup- many you young place Is cleaning up in the early mornIng ,
Ply business in Pensaeola. indeed. Surely he' must.notice that about to join the army ,of preparatory to the day's business. ,' -: '
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John G. Wood returned home last they are movable decorations. Even housekeepers, that we cannot Casey Is eating his breakfast in the ,. ;_..l..., 'I;',:'I
'Igbt' from Jacksonville, where he at. the ,bashful bride has, no hesitancy back room with the door open. Enters =- ------- !-] < '.
tended the Undertakers and Funeral about pulling out her:bunch of curls refrain from giving you a bit of Tim Dolan and asks for'a drink have no equal. A trial] Bonaparte Much Better. f "ftf" "''''"-J",
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Directors annual convention.Mrs and standing them up in the hat- advice and that is: of whisky. I will convince the connoisseur Washington, 'May 11.-The navy de. '''1

Geo. Howe, who has been criti- pin holder on her dresser. ,A Philadelphia BUY THE ,BEST "Charge It, me boy," says Dolan partment was advised today that Secretary The Smoothest and Y i
tally ill for the past few days is now girl has an amusing tale after drinking the whisky. that we Bonaparte who had gone to the n i j
improving' friends ,I !" cries the new bar country home near Baltimore yesterday 1
rapidly, and her initial be trifle "Casey Casey... make< extravagant
hope to hear of.her complete recovery apropos of a naughty brother and a CJ J The cost may a tender.- no suffering from indigestion will rt '

lthlu a short time. bunch of curls. There was a danceat more but the best will be found. Thwat is utr claims. probably resume his duties at the navy Best Ice Cream -

J Conrad Scott returned yester- the house that evening, and dur- the cheapest in the end. "Is Tim Dolan good for a drtakr"Has department next week. I 5.

!ay from a business trip on,the P. & ing a lull there stood brother in the he it?" I II
*. road. He will be In town for a doorway with a posy of curlsin his fJ J You don't expect to keep house "He has." Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I and Sodas'H:iJ'l j:

\'eek or two. hand. Holding them up in full only a few months-you expect "He Is." I Ic 'Department of the Interior, Land I .4.' 'f'if'

R. C. Buchanan, of Mobile, has ac- view, he eitlaimed, "Say, what girl it's a matter of a lifetime. Then But this joke was a boomerang for Office at Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 19,! t>1. wpted a position with the big depart. lost these?" And instantly almost Knox. The president thought it so 1906. Notice is hereby given that the' that ever tempted the F, '5 i 1 ,
"lent store of W. J. &' B. Forbes, of buy the best of housekeepingutensils. I funny_that he told Bonaparte. Now following named settler has filed notice palate of lovers of frozen ;< ;,.."''!'' '
14:I city. Mr. Buchanan is a profes- every maiden in the room started Knox blushes guiltily when he meets and all kinds of Feed of his intention to make final delacies are here-just < : :
tonal window and clapped her hand to her head.- what you want, and when Ii;1' : ,
j dresser and ad. writer, the secretary of the naT7.-C1eve Stuffs. proof in support of his claim '
4 will have charge of these branches (Brooklyn Life.! ": the Fortes' store. which everything is measured and, fore Clerk Circuit Court at Pensa- packed' in any quantity .Jj I -

What I gave, I have; what I spent, squeeze the ,price down to the point, cola, :Tla., on May 28, 1S06. viz: Kate! and sent to your home. : : ,
1 lad co.tt. a Mi1 OI; trash. Maple Seed. Wilson widow of David W. Wilson,'" !
buy
; what I ,kept, I lost. -Old Epl"ro. where it is false economy to PlutOWaterWholesale I <
What an advertiser giveS-Of If you have never given: the matter IJ If doubt it,come in and we will showyou. The seed of the maple is provided : deceased. 'of Roberts, Fla, ,Hd.,i COFFEE, ,
?w:k. of energy, of thought to his Krioua thought perhaps you ,may be .you with a contrivance like the tail of a 36545, for the NB 4 of NW J/4! jiivi"
j ness. he has; what he is afraid to urprised to hear that .lt would 'take fish or the rudder of a ship. When of Section 36, Tp. 1 N, R. 31 W. He I Hot Biscuits and Rolls every :: ,
e-What and three nights--se* and Retail. names the following witnesses toj! morning at 5 o'clock. fiilVpf
of effort and enterpri e.he you three days this seed is separated from the tree f
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tith >
his '
continuous
hOJds-he] loses. Pre-eminently,in enty-two hours.In ail-to count a mil' prove residence upon
ij particularly if the breeze is blowing, and cultivation of sad! land. viz: E.
I'tlSlng, possibly> ;
we get by giving and lose countlng"u fast as you. '
b 1 lion the rudder the seed R. Bowman, of Muscogee Fla., C. H.
imparts i
keepln'g! a revolving |
some con Co
,This will give you Orleans Grocery
could. distance of the sun from motion, somewhat similarto New Jackson of Roberts, Fla, T. F. LeWid( Kandy Kitchen Caf | *
ception of the : of Cantonment. Fla., R. EL Hmote of'
t:1he perfect flavoring Extract. Blue 278 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA that for the propeller of a
take ship, '
it would you i" ft
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the earth, Cantonment, Fla. W.. G. Robinson, 3
Sn: Yanilla- Made from the finest days and 279 nlgnts to connt the number and the germ of the future tree is Jas. McHugh Register. 12mayoaw2w 04 S. Palafox. Phone 999 i. 1
beans ..
absolutely pure and.untiI the, tw thus transported often hundreds of :
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PENSACOLA JOURNAL MORNING, MAY 12, 1908i ,
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Zachary Taylor the hero-of the war Sunny- Side of Life I Good blood, good health; bad t

6 lIenaiohlJonfual with Mexico,'in which Mr. Davis who blood,bad health;there you have
i ,.e served there as a colonel of Mississ- Good lOa d it. Why not help' nature just a '\ "The Best is What We Sell"

ippi volunteers, "gained great distinction little.and change the bad to the i -

by his courage and ready tactical good?' 'Bad'blood to good blood;' poor blood to rich .blood! Ask your doctor i d

I skill in forminghis men' to meet a how this applies to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and bow it applies to you I Could
charge of Mexican cavalry hi W.have no .eoreil! W. pabUti S.C.LjnCa., :
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. : Mrs. Davis was 'a 'woman of1 great anything more fair? the formolan of aU our mtdielnei I Low .Man. :1 Pin Money
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One Year... ... ... ........ .$500 One Month........ ....... .. 45 memoir of .distinguished husband. and announcement will be' May 15, and respectfully solicit the
.' Six Months..... .......... 250 One Week............. .. 1<* While it contains .much of the tribute I: insertedor run under any other con support, of all _voters. I I We have them in

t Three :Months... .. ....... 1 25 Weekly Editioi, per rear..$! 0( i of affection which' a devoted wife 4'ITU ditions. JOHN G. WELSH.

I would pay to an almost idolized husband *,Comeback. II I Glass
For the State Senate.John' Jars
it also presents a great deal Mr. Henpecjjtfon't: \ want you tot put For County Tax Assessor.I i
Detailed I
The Only Prnsaco/a Newspaper From Which a "Requiescat:Jn pace: on wife's tomb-
that is of historic value and has not my S. Bears candidate for the
Make it in a will be candidate for re-nomination
f'r I II tone. 1''Hequiesco pace. .a
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. been available to any other iblo'grapher: : inpeace. nomination to the State Senate in the
Stonecutte!'But that means "I rest to the office of County Tax Assessor
or historian. ." ? ** '?} Democratic primary called to be held in the Democratic Primary of May I at ISc
It Is earnestly hoped that this venerable Mr. Henpeck Ictow/and 1 want you to May I5th together with other speak-, 15. I respectfully ask support.
your
Offices, 108 and 110 Pape'lonSaleonT.lns and eminent lady who has beenso sign it "Husband.!".. '- ers, will address the people of Es- W. W. RICHARDS. I I
Government. East I and at all News Stands. large a part of southern history :, cambia county upon the political Issues We have also a supply of t3i"6eailon's ;

and sentiment may be spared' to,other 'of the flay at the -following For County Commissioner Dist. No1. Honey and it is sw-, :

,, ._ M years of life and health, but on ac- times and places: honey too, at. . .12 2s.ROSENAU&GERELDS
count of her advanced age. there Is ,.- MillvJew, Thursday night May 3. The friends'of C./F. Zeek' announce
I room for much anxiety. She is at the him as a candidate for county commissioner -
) : 4.
McDavld Friday night, May
1906
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA! SATURDAY MORNING. :MAY 12. .
Hotel Gerard, in New :York'cty, Nix's Precinct, Tuesday night May from District No. 1, subjectto -
where she has resided for some years 8th. the action of the Democratic primary I

i Prison Gate Homer another name for this fabled goose is past. Her only surviving child Mrs. Boulah, Thursday night, May 10. of :May 15.I .
Hayes, is resident of the state'of
a Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday
"Publicity; and for the golden eggs,
r:' for the South. "Profits." Colorado. night May 11 hereby announce my candidacyfor ,
County Commissioner from District
Pine Barren Saturday night May
f In connection with its work along HHmr. 12. No. 1, subject to the action of The Fancy Grocers
,
I Confucius said "The wheel of for- $
fcimilar lines in the east and west it is i& "3* 1 the primay of May 15th. .
tune turns, incessantly around-and THE ENEMIES OF J. B. ROBERTS
the, purpose of The Salvation Army to For the Legislature. i
:# THE MOSQUITO. Phone 391. Pensacola.
who I shall be
can today
say upper
!establish & prison gate home in the --..:.- For County Commissioner Dist No. 2.
: convicts most. 6outh at which discharged \\m? Jacksonville TimesUnion.a = --
lower house in the state legislaturefrom I I hereby !
announce
!Will be taken care of and endeavor make his advertising uppermost today I a my candidacy
Escambia county in the Democratic for -
county commissioner from Distract :
rest I about fortune. i +4'tF 1EfI ltHfl.Hti
may ,
easy
F cade to give them a new start in ,primary of May 15, and will appreciate No. 2, subject to the action of'

life along proper pathways.. The Blrmingbam "The miser is as much in want of i Since the mosquito bas been: indenti- the. support of all Democrats. the primary of May 15th. MAGNOLIA!

|. Ag -Herald has the follow CHAS. M. OOSTON.I JOHN A. MERRITT.I .
that which h'e has, as of that which he I t T Ing to anent the proposed home: No. 4
say ,
has not. A'merchant who can adver. must follow that its, enemies are our hereby announce my candidRcyforre.electlon
.am 'a candidate for representative
The trend bf effort is distinctly.to
r -Ward. the; betterment of. fellows Use hut fears the expense is in1 dan friends even though the latter may be in the lower house of the state: to the office of county commissioner RATHBONE SISTERS

ft creatures. in this world and offers a Iger of'loslng' the' opportunity and :somewhat obnoxious or occasionally y legislature subject to the'action of from District No. 2, subject

s 1 vide field for altruistic endeavor and means before he loses the timidity. troublesome. Every observer will the Democratic primary of May 15, to' the action of the Democratic pri. will give a

-: :Leigh (Hunt tells us that the Abou agree with Mr. Powell that the dragonfly Literally Exact. and I will appreciate the support of mary. i

r Then A'dhema in this world wtlllead all "Thy friend has a friend, and thyfriend.s is one of the most effective cheeks Politician-Now, don't quote me as say all democrats. J. EX LONG.I W. J. SENNOTT. DANCEat
f v '
Ine anything
the rest in the next world.
friend has a friend be discreet. -on winged insect Me-the objectionto Ohi! For Commissioner
,'- The Salvation :Army 1s Abou Ben Reporter -no! I'll simply publish County Dist No 3. c. K. of A. Hall, Monday
The Talmud. what said. -
Thy friend'sfriend's' you
lAdhem in the concrete. It seeks to him as the principal defense hereby announce myself as a

;' .help the helpless, and In the course of friend reads thy friend's copy against, mosquitoes being that he is candidate for the lower house of the re-election I hereby to announce the office my of candidacy for Night, May 14

of this -and his Florida legislature, subject to the ao- county com ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
establish newspaper sister equally pleased with other victims missioner from District No. 3, subject ,
cousins, et al, thus giving "extra and merely seeks what is easiest obtained tlon of the Democratic primary on to the action of the Democratic Primary .
'for the use of the south. The Army value" to circulation and within the range of his surprising May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I of May 15.
accountingfor
tas one in the east and also in the
swiftness marvelous for 1
strength J. M. ANDREWS.I .
"the pulling power" of Marine Co
!west and now It proposes to build up an ad. his size, enormous appetite and destructive v hereby announce myself a candidate Grocery
tone ia the south. 'It, will take ex- lam
jaws. In Florida the dragonfly
for representative he lower
eonvicts.'! who are whites .as they step The new owners of the electric than in hereby announce my candidacy 604, 606 608. 610 S. Palafcx St.
does more all man's troublesome -
state
: house of the legislature!, subject .for county commissioner from District
r from the loor'of the penitentiary and lighting system have no doubt -observed and expensive efforts to' exterminate to the action of the Democratic No.3,. subject to the acton: of the Phone 725-
them in its home. This home
!Mfl place embrace a farm a sewing school the fact that Pensacola Is short the mosquito we believe-he is; 1 primary. of May 15. Democratic primary of May 15. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .
,
fe laundry, machine shops and small on electric lights.' We venture to assert beautiful course he, harmless should notbe and our, killed friend.and orI M. .01| BAGGETT. A, C. BLOUNT, JR.I will sell for ten days at: :lot

industries to be developed as expert- that two times the business, in I I I when he follows his into r! than cost:
prey our Democratic Voters
;. race may dictate-the object bf the light-and power; con1d be done todayif rooms he should! be carefully released! To .the of Escam hereby announce my candidacy No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c.

hole being the transformation of the the company were in a position tofurnish instead of being beaten down with ,a lu bia County: for County Commissioner from District Smoked Halibut (very fine) luQ
()xoonvictinto a.useful citizen. It is : broom or allowed to break his wings At the,!request of many friends No. 3. subject to tie action of per pound.
t to 'come between the penitentiary and it and made any effort to get against wall: or glass. But how could from the country and from the city I the Democratic Primary of May 15.: Blood Red Salmon 10c per lb.

Itiia ruder unthinking and suspicious it. The new people we !understand! ha be "propagated or protected" so hereby, announce my candidacy lor I I W. A. SHELBY Holland Herring: (in kits) 6Uc ;?.d i

""world. It will endeavor to prevent the intend! to provide ,for more, businessand as to extermiaaterthe mosquito? It, is Representative in the legislature at kit.Kaiser
cx-convlct from becoming a danger or to go after it and get it, and we jult as easy to exterminate the mosquito the session: 1907, subject to the action For County Commissioner Dist No. 4. Herring (in tins) 45c :
". a nuisance to society. of the Democratic primary May 15th I tin.
assure them that with treatment as to multiply the dragon fly; we Ihereby announce myself a candi
< The prison-Gate home is a dream proper I 1906, and I earnestly solicit; the support Salacine Sausage (imported) u
should follow the general to Ii date for re-election as
spare county
e com
A I a,
j. bf Judge Feagin's, and the Salvation on their part they will have no every enemy of the mQ.:.qulto.. 'of:the Democracy of Escambia missioner from District No.4. subject per pound.
;Army In its practical and comprehen trouble In' developing their business Watch the children killing ..the big .,t i county.* to" the action of the Democratic We have a fresh stock of impoi .

:, live way proposes to turn that dream here. "electric bugs" ev ty'.evening. They I favor liberal pensions for Confederate Primary of May 15. Maccaronl Spagetti Italian Tom j

Into reality in the south. The betterment are repulsive in apearance and "can cdms 3"a: soldiers and their widows. J. A. WIGGINS. Paste, Greek Black Olives Artichnk -

'- of humanity is good work. Its The Journal extends congratulationsto pinch a bit, but are not .venomous \ Uniform school terms giving the Navy Bread Pilot Bread., Italian Ha
: Involves no dogma, no contention of and only come us when Sure. country public schools the same Tack, Boston Brown Bread. Fr ;: i
sort it amply calls for love of the esteemed Baldwin Times, published among blinded Joe-When.:} .goLout in .my auto this' I I hereby announce myself as a can ,
any ; by: tha incandescent lights. But, they length term as the city schools.A didate 'for Bread Russian Caviar and impo: :
c one's neighbor and for the expenditure at Bay THinette, Ala. : Bummer rmJoiJlJ:> owear: a shirt t waist. county commissioner from
upon its also are enemies ''to the mosquito uniform school book law, and French and Italian Sweet Oils.
Jessie I think horselecu District No. 4, subject to the
you a action of
;, of a few needful 4'>Uars. especially at sixteenth birthday suppose' free books for the pupils of all public We the only full line of Fr.iv
anniversary,which though they feed upon the .larvae vehicle should bag steered by a coatleei the Democratic Primary May 15. carry
!the outset Tha Salviation Army occurred.May 10. The Times is one rather than the perfect insect. Spare man. schools H. C._ CLOPTON.The cis Leggett's and podson and \\', scanned
here that it hasa
fchould receive the aid
of tie best them as well as the dragon fly. For An efficient law for the equalization goods in the city. Gulf ('",
right to expect. It should receive weekly, newspapers pub-
: the of taxes. Coffee Ca's "Oaxaca" Gold Stania '.
same reason spare the toads. In /
frientfs of W. P.
bid from those who are willing to help lished in.the : Brownson
; state of Alabama and is dee the mosquito" l1 multitudous Good roads specially. Daybreak Diamond Blend and -
: themselves those who prdfer to get ,. hereby announce him as a candidatefor
keeping step magnificently with the enemies and it ig because of these ,', s Yours respectfully the office of County Commissioner den Rio Coffee for sale. They a.r'. ,1 l
their feet instead of slipping back
}:. urn into rlme. The appeal of the Army onward march of progress in the State only that man sustains life in a major', M. JACOBY.I from District No.4, subject to the high grades and give perfect sa'.-ta '

; subscriptions will not go unheeded of Baldwin. The Journal wishes its ity of the states of the union. For the action of the Democratic :Primary of tion.

f Jn this district mosquito Is independent of climatehe am a candidate for member of the May 15th 1906.
contemporary
unlimited
years of con- is in _., __
Alaska
more numerous. than House of Representatives from EIcambia ---.r.=- !!I.I;"' ;
i iG61aia iy
'" --- -
tinued prosperity.. in Florida in Norway than in New '
subject to the Democratic
! {- The railroad rote bill has been sue- Jersey and man has! never gone so Primary.county, I earnestly solicit For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.

|:| ',)esefully Aldriched. The Journal has received the 1906- ;far north or south ag to leave the the"support of the voters of the coun I hereby announce my candidacy for

(;1 catalogue of the Jno. B. Stetson I mosquito and the. house fly behind ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. re-election to the flffica .of county commissioner
University located' at him. It Is where his natural enemiesare from District No. 5, subjectto FRESH
DeLaud Fla.
Advertising is a I few as in Siberia that he makes For Justice Puce, District No. 2. the action of the Democratic Primary
This school
f. shows a total enrollment
men's existence'. times almost im of May 15.
| Business Tonic. forth present,year of 432 studentsand possible. ''I hereby announce myself as a J. R. STEWARD.
candidate for the office! of Justice of
the iMftitutioa Is
|t "Tou will learn to limp if you live and apparently in a the Peace District No. 2, subject to Board Public' Instruction.I .
healthy prosperous<< condition. De-
of the Democratic
the action prix
'fclways with lame people; and' you Land is one of the most picturesque The Journal mary1 May 15th and would respectfully hereby announce myself a candidate BOILED

:will become "back number" if you. sand charming places_ ,in Florida and Printed ask the support of the honor for member of the school board

!.' are ambitious to compete your business the StetSon. University is one of thestate's able vote of the good citizens of Pen- from District'No. 3, subject to the ac-
with only those who do not ads During April, 1900, sacola, and cambia ,county. tion of the Democratic primary of
t most worthy institutions.It .
'Very respectfully, May 15..
:yertise. a Total of ..;;.-,....-... .J. L. BELL.I W. B. HUBBARD.I .
f difference is said\ that gold in paying quan- -...... --b.

t:. "The between persever- tities has been discovered: in the .'. t.r
Ii ence and obstinacy is that one often water pipes bf Atlanta, which are 149,500.COPIES I I for the office of Justice of the Peace in the Board ot Public Instruction

: t comes from a strong will! and the being cleaned now .Accommodating I for the Second District of Escambia from District No.1, in the primary
by a New York
other from a strong won't!"-Beech- con- Harduppe-Say, you bumped into me I County subject to the Democratic election.WM.
i tracting company. The next discov and knocked me down with your auto and Primary to be held May 15th 1906.R. E. ANDERSON.
both the will and to be sliced for
In advertising
ere cry will probably be that of wheels insomebody's'crnlal or an Average I want damages. L. NICHELSEN.I Ready your
the won't are useful-the one to plan cavity.I Showfurr-Oh, haven't you got enough? I will be a candidate for membership table.

J, the campaign, the other to "fight it Well you again start up and I'll bump and knock hereby anounce myself a candidate in the Board of Public Instruction

out on that line if it takes all sum. Those gentlemen who are industriously 5,980DAiLY for the office of Justice of the from District No. 2, In the primary .

jner." fighting Governor Broward's : Peace for District No. 2, subject to election. 1 30 cents a pound

Ii- .drainage scheme with a map evidently Qliia iitdai; & the action of the Democratic Primary H. Q. DeSILVA.

"By the 'streets of by and by' one ni r iPG lq Ya '15th. I ,
believed in the old theory of fighting J. D. GOSS. I will be a candidate for
The following.fi'gures show The Pen member.
arrives at the house of never. -Cer I
>- l the devil, with are sacola Journal's circulation: for each I ship in the Board of Public Instruction
vantes. It there were any' virtue in day durin'g the month of April 190G G I am'a candidate for Justice of the from District No.. 3, In the primary DELATOURGINGER

"by'and t>y** the world would be topsy Uncle Joe Oannoa'g seventy years with the average number of copies 4 J Peace In the Democratic primary to election.

turvy-the smallest stores now in this ts a pretty heavy handicap for his daily: bo held ,May 15th 1906, District No.( W. :M.. AGERTON.

,presidential boom to 1 16 .. %. EacamWa County, Florida. Any
,- city would be then the largest-for carry. April 6,200 April G
assistance Till be apreciated from
2 .... April 17
April .i 5,900
k= every man who has a store fully in- Well forgive the weather man this April 3, 5,850 April 18, 5,900 the', Democratic voters. NOTICE TO CHURCHES. ALEI

tends to advertise it adequately time if he; will promise not to -cl o, it April 4, 5,900 April 19, 5,900 GEO. J. SLOCTJMB. Churches in the country and small

aid by."' any more. April 5, 5,950 April 20, 5,900 J For Tax Collector. towns are specially desired to writeus

April 6, 5,950 April 21, 5,900 about our organ proposition. If I

"When flatterers meet the devil goes Be April 7, 6,000. April 22, 6,250 I hereoy announce myself a candidate you haven't 8.11'organ by all meansdon't to the
patient 'The
festive imported
candidate
re-election the office of
e to dinner," wrote_ De .Foe If one merchant April 8, 6,600 April 23, .... for to be.wlthoat'one longer. We can
will not bEt so much in evidence after April 9, .. ..... April 24, 5,800 Tax Collector for Escambia county put one into ,your church, of the best article
pays compliments to another'sadvertising at the primary to be held on May 15
,
Tuesday. April 10, 5,900 April 25, 5,900 quality too .on such easy payments
it is because it pleases April 11, 5,900' April 26, 5,900 1906., solicit your Tt>te. that no church should be without one.

-it: him-and when one's advertising ,","* Hit April 12 5,900 April 27, 5,900 Respectfully, CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE' $1.25 per dozen
I. J. S. ROBERTS.
t. pleases one's competitor' ought to 6s April 13, 5,850 April 28, 5,900 Pensacola Fla.

:' get really scared and turn self-re $ SERIOUS 'ILLNESS: y April 14, 5,900 April 29, 6,200

i former. 'I # OF MRS. DAVIS. 'i:'? April 15, 6,250 April 30." t At the solicitation of friends, I hereby :

Ii:. :Total for the month .. 149,500 Like Cmr** Llk. announce Myself a candidate for For Railroad! Commissioner.! -I
offo New Orleans Picayune. ,. ,
}.: 'A Persian proverb says: "Thinking 0 !.f Smudge-He calls bls new invention. a tie office of Tax Collector subject to Vote for Two; '
S h Average per day.; ,. ;;. 5,980 "noiseless automobile." the action of the Democratic Primary
:Y: well Is wise; planning well is wiser; 'fH.H"*", H 1r&d'll ..1 OrudK.-Notoelew? It makes an 'Infernal = May 15. ,1906.NEILS R. Hudson Burrand

doing well wisest and best of all. In I hereby certify that the 'above clatter. McKENZIE
The news of the severe illness, with Is Smu ge-He claim that the loudn e s'ot OERTING.For Sol Cahn & CO.The
; our ,own philosophy the thought, the the prospect an-early fatal termination statement correct' according to -the the smell drawnt out.the loudn s. of tin .

t' plan and the act form three natural of Mrs. Varina Jefferson Davi, records on file In tilts office: olse, and vice vtrca. County Treasurer. N. A. Biitch ,

steps-and, applied to an advertising the venerable, surviving consort of the ,
I 'W l1 ,be a candidate in the democratic Pure Food Store
: campaign, the fount step is, usually, president of the Confederacy southern primary of May 15 for re-noml- Justice
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prosperity. states from .1851 to, 1863, will bringgrief For Justice of. Supreme Court; nation to the office of county treasurer. For of Supreme Court.
: hearts Mgr. t5rcniation; > Vote for Two: Southwest Garner PaUfox and iiAtte*''
J.- to many in the south. i Vote for Two: The support of all democrats will

i "The goose that lays the golden eg'gs ''Born Varina Howell, daughter of a'' Charles be ..appreciated Arles B Park iill
Parkhill
\ likes to lay where there ,are eggs aliedy" -Mississippi planter she was married, Sworn to and ftubscr&ed: "before, me :, : j. ED. WILLIAMS! Phones ,,480d'
to Jefferson Davis..in 1845. being his this 2d day of May, 1906. and and' :. :
r,1 Is another way; of saying 'unto second Rife,, the first having been ." t
a PBRRVi, DICJCEN, J' hereby announce myself a candidate -
," {['t jf him who hath shall- be given." Also- daughter of General and President I Notary Public, J. B, Whhfidd., ..for:-"the ;-office; of Couaty.-Trea:: .J. R. Whitfield J .

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General James Franklin Bell the New Chief of S1afF :lt.I{ i f




i ,.1); r i
HE general staff of the conferred on the others simultaneously, were organized General Otis gave Bell 1,1 i
army has recently"un with their assumption of. the positionof command of a force gathered from discharged >.{t. :: ,

dergone another P.T WOV/DtD K>iF.1 / 1Nr chief of staff. There was no especial soldiers of the regular army : ':, rand t ',
6ATAfl6M.S significance in the union of the two the first short service volunteers r r.u :
change by reason of vi offices and leading military men were He proceeded at once to the front and : K.,? i.;. ",_ v.I
the voluntary retIre- .. in favor of dissociating them.. General entered into the campaign with an energy :: \: ',11-- ,
ment of, its chief, Corbin, who was 'interested personallyin that was productive of notable : :'sr '
Lieutenant General I the matter, made. special recom- results. Congress awarded him a medal ': : : I" ,
John C. Bates, from .r mendation that this be done and named of honor for gallantry In action In rl... ..: ':
active service and the appointment of General Bell as an officer qualified Luzon. The following story is illus :-' l t < .
< -
Brigadier General James Franklin Bell / ft N become chief of staff. trative of his zeal and intrepidity, &* a :]'
& his successor. A fair preliminary ? General Bell is a Kentuckian, born scout I I: t 1.1 i
,ida of the new chief may be formed at Shelbyville on Jan. 9. 1856. He attended One torrid day, when he was attached ; t\
from one of his favorite remarks, made the public school in his native to General Hale's brigade at Santo To- ;;.'1 : < : ;'

:long before he,dreamed of the present town and was such a. bright lad that mas, Bell wished to communicate with ;fo: '," ..
h. nor. "If I had anything to say in the % he attracted the attention of the con- { General MacArthur, several miles away. -r '.
matter" he has been heard to say more : gressman for that district who sent j Between the two forces stretched an .!, i: tJ : ,: .
:han once, "I would .never allow a pick him to West Point. His record at the impassable morass. Wasting no time 'ft'I: )i
or shovel in my regiment. academy was excellent and he was in useless deliberation Bell stripped .- ft t ; ,i :
General Bell has always held the l ls graduated in 1878 and assigned immediately himself of every article of clothing Accept ': i :t t!
.,pinion that the proper weapon of the to a second lieutenancy in the his belt and his campaign hat and ':'; : J ;;'!
Ninth cavalry, a colored regiment. rode his horse Into the muck. He managed t
soldier Is the rifle and that whenever +
: Il. to wallow through the In f, ';'1 .!
Shortly afterward he was transferredto mass
halts and
to .
begins the
an army dig enemy '
takes courage and begins to attack the Seventh Custer's old command.I some way and presented himself to ) C,;f\
,
The only safe way to deal withan During that first summer in the young MacArthur precisely as he was when :'l ; :
officer's military experience he did escort he emerged from the morass. General l' ; <.
enemy he maintains, is to keep him CHIEF or9TgFeJrtIv1 I :
duty in the construction of the! MacArthur, a stickler for dress and if ;
I
on the run all the time. The majorityor ? '
"fRJ.1fl\Ut Pacific railroads and scouting and led himself carefully attired in full regimentals tai '
in the ranks i Py :
the men agree with
BE'LL expeditions for special.work. looked at him in horror. 1-, r't ,
in his opinion in regard' to the J '-,
him "Why, Bell" he gasped, "what In"s; :
weapon for the soldier, and it Lieutenant Bell soon went to the department -
proper of Dakota and commanded a "I have the honor to report sIr"- began ,\4'r
:
admitted by in
men high I
u even many "
Bell, with all the dignity of the !:
authority that if General Bell's idea troop in the bloody fight at Wounded 1'"
principal Knee. He acquired reputation as an born soldier. And he did report to the l ,1 :
should prevail one cause of "
I very end before anything further way ; .t 'i
aesertlon would be removed. Indian fighter and was known to his : "
a in the done. : P, ,! '
companions department
The general staff is a comparativelymodern as a '"
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After the war honors came rapidly. F .
creation. The bill fearless and venturesome soldier. Aft- ; ; ;
creating It .
.,i
for short Thirty-six months after setting foot ia : ;
went into legal effect Aug, 15, 1903.! er serving a time as military ', '
The general staff consists of officers instructor at Fort Riley, Kansas, he the Philippines he was made brigadier i; 1'.
detailed from the army at large under r was ordered to the Pacific coast and general. After the war he was prominent .' /'J ;
was there when war with Spain was in the pacification of the archipelago :-i 1/ ;
such rules as may be prescribed by the .
declared. He sailed for Manila as a I and developed great administrative : :
president. Its duties are to
plans for national defense and prepare rr blli- This general staff consists of one 1 of the line and is under the direct authority general ''in' the regular army for his fee and Bates-were veterans of the major of volunteer engineers and par- I ability. His method of reconstruction t:t.'l '
in the attack that was criticised in certain quarters, ,' f ; : :
uatlon of troops in time of war,"to investigate chief of staff and two general officers: of the president In his capacityof notable service In the Philippines-it wasa civil war. General .Bell was only five ticipated on city.I
Here he performed a feat that for brav- but it was efficient. H) practically rebuilt > 1 =.
questions relating to the efficiency from the army not below the grade of commander in chief of the:army. very sudden and unusual jump over years of age when that memorable conflict I :--: ,
the roads in the J
all of province of '
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and endurance is unsurpassed in ? '
of the army and its preparation brigadier general four colonels, six The new appointee to this responsible the beads of more than a thousand seniors. began. He is also the first gradu- ery .
for war. to assist the secretary of war lieutenant colonels, twelve majors and position is one' of the youngest brigadier There was no dissatisfaction, ate of the'United States Military academy the annals of that campaign-in searchof I Batangas, bringing about an era ofI "' ;
and other general officers and to act as twenty captains.: All are detailed fora generals, in the army, attainingthat hQwever.even'jn the. army, where such to ,attain the rank. He is unlike information he swam at night around i I prosperity such as it had never known. 4't
their agents and.to perform:: such other service of four years and when relieved distinction only in 1901. Previousto things, are' subjected 'to the keenest all the others in one more very Impor- the Spanish earthworks fronting on I The new of chief" of staff Is decidedly 8 ,; f' r i iI

military duty, as may .be, ordered by return to their former positions.The that time he was only a captain criticism.. tant particular-he does not bear the the bay I"man parts. i 'J
tha'cresldent. chief of staff supervises all troops regulars When he was made brigadier AU of.bis predecessors- ', -Young, Chaf- rank of'lieutenant general, which was When the second volunteer levies ELBERT O. WOODSOK. ', ', ;,,
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CHANGES IN commissioned.'Lieut. L. C.. Palmer t., detached; man Civil, Jr.Engineer.D., .appointment C. Webb announced.detached IN MEMORY orDOCK T [333333333383 833838833383 ::1 :: : '

Special duty Bureau of Navigation, Navy Yard, League Island, Pa., to the I[: OLIVE I I n w

THE U. S. NAVY Navy Department Washington, D. C., Naval: Station, Key West, Fia. FAILS = : (" '
to special duty abroad' then home and Chief 'Boatswain D. J. Ktonnell), '
wait' orders: commission announced. i J f')
I warrantee' .. Special to The Journal. m Distinctive ( ; '
(Pay Inspector K Hunt, additional Carpenter T. S. Twigg fU '
ORDERS ISSUED TO OFFICERS BY duty as commissary officer of the Warrant Machinist O. Johnson, to IMPRESSIVE :MASONIC CEREMONYAT Olive, May 11.There will be ::1 '
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Maine. the Yavy Nard, Portsmouth, N. H. preaching at the Olive Baptist church N *i "
THE :DEPARTMENT OF WASH. SHADY GROVE CHURCH '
Paymaster T. :S. OLeary, detached Saturday night at 8 o'clock and also N "j '

INGTOiN.Sceclal ,Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va.. May 31, to It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. NEAH.JAY, FLA.: Sunday at II o'clock at 7:30: ( by Rev. r '1" ,: "-
home settle accounts, and wait or-
How often do hear it remarked: < 1f
we Ed. Clayton. All are invited to be A1 y ,
ders.Paymaster "It's only a cold," and a few days later J.., "
to The Journal. H. E. Biscoe, detached present at the services. There will beSunday \ It :
Texas to Navy Yard, -Norfolk, Va., learn that the man is on his back The Pine Belt News of Brewton, Waist t tu
school at 10
a.
m.
The
Washington D. C., May for duty as general storekeeper. with pneumonia. This is of such Ala, has the following concerning the! m :
following orders have been issued to,I Paymaster W. T. Camp, to the'Bt. common occurrence that a.cold, how- Masonic ceremonies at the grave of: Miss Gertrude Goodhue, of New Or- 3Ji

officers 'of the U. S. Navy: !. Louis when commissioned. ever slight, should not be disregard Dock Fads: I learns Is now at home with her parents -

Capt. J. P. Merrell to the Naval !Assistant Paymaster R.' H. Johnston, ed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Under; the auspices of Norris Lodgeof : .- .Her.many friends are glad' to ;i 4j N i.
counteracts any tendency of a'cole!,to Ancient Free Masoma t'4
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War College, Newport R. I., May 17. detached the Maine, to the Navy Yard, and Accepted welcome her back..M' .
Capt. J. J. Hunker, detached the result in pneumonia, and has gainedits I augumented by members of '" :. '
New York Nr Y., to>$ duty in connec- and Miss .
$S Jernigan
great oppularlty and extensive lodges from Milton Pensacola., Bluff Lavatus '
Naval War College\ Newport R. 'I., tion with Connecticut" .,
May 17, ana' report to commandant i officer of 'that' vessel and when commissary commis- sale by its prompt cur s of this most I!Springs, 'Atmore,'Herbert and other Harriett!Beal.were the guests of Miss Styles I .

Second Naval !(District, Newport, R. 1.,1 sioned.? common ailmentA 'always cures Ipoints.there t wjisjield'at Shady Grove Lizzie Merritt. Wednesday evening m'r :;
for duty. and is pleasant' to lake. For.: sale by hutch;>: near Jay; Fla."! ,; (seven miles l last: fU
: Lieut.. E. R. Pollock, detached the J Assistant Civil Engineer P. J.-Bean ,all druggists. southeast of, Proliant); last Sunday an 1ft "" t : .
Constellation, Naval! Training Station, to the Rensselaer. Polytechnic Insti--: impressive service at the grave of .Mrs Nettie Brewton and little son UI UI '

:Newport, ;R. L, to duty inspector of tute, Troy N. -y;., for a (:course of instruction 'Brother Dock"Fails.: The beautiful, will leave Monday.next for their homeat ;, :
!. For Railroad Commissioner. such show will lift ideas above
ordnance at the works of the Fore in civil engineering! I ceremonr.cf; the time-honored order'in MoDavid after spending a few as, we your ; r "
River Shipbuilding Company, Quincy Carpenter W.'. XNiel, to- the Navy I .Vote for Two, : memoryofth& daceasei'-.yas! carried weeks with: friends at this place. the ordinary.. There is a characteristic air 'J -:

; ass. _' Yard1. Mare Island, Cal., for duty in Ri'HudsonrBurr-' ', *t:' ck.!: Rev. J. A :A.bbott"p st r .of the Mrs.-Alice..Creighton- the gUest m about of Waists that appeals to : ': ,
one cur ,
Lieut' F. B. Upham detached dutyas department- construction and re ikptist churcff=-t--Mflton, delivered an of Miss Alice Goodhue' Wednesday N every fU ;

inspector of ordance at the worksof pair.Warrant and eloquent address upon the tenets of evening'last .every lady who wants a Waist that's different. ;. '
the Fore River Shipbuilding Company Machinist H: Desmond, retired the order, and in beautiful language Miss..Anna Creighton was the guestof N Our ro .

Quincy, Mass., to duty as placed on the retired list. N A;.Blitch. eulogized the life of the deceased her-aunt Su'nday'last. fU fij
ordnance officer of New Jersey when Capt C. E. Vreeland, commission Mason. Mr.-John Hammack of Atmore, who

announced.. or Justice Supreme Court. -'- r Hon. John JBlO< "Bannon, of Brewton, has 'been,'here for some time, left yes.terday
LJeut. Commander (H. A. Field, te- for his home. Waists m :
Vote for Two; acted as mast -ceremonies;; There m Royal ,
tached works'of : ?
Electric
For Justice of Supreme Court.' theGeneral were;" bout' sixty Masons in the procession Miss. Maggie .OwisJey spent Tuesday -
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Company Schenectady, N. Y. etc. .
; Charles B. Parkhili *' and the solemn rites were last with relatives in Pensacola.Mrs.
Vote for Two: to duty connection fittng out Tennessee Mattie Harper and son Joseph
deeply impressive: : on the vast assem
and duty as,executive officer of Mozell the of are perfectly made perfect fitting. They give m
Charles B. Parkhilland andfl blage. .It is estimated, that there were and sister were guests '
that' vessel when commissioned. *' *\\ more.than 2,00 people on the grounds. Mrs. A. W. Major Tuesday last. the wearer that satisfactory feeling that they ; ,
B. Whitfield.TRY ill fUI
Lieut. .Commander J. H. L. Hoi- J, Perfect brd prevailed d throughout the Quite a crowd+ from here attendedthe
combe to the Asiatic Station. are as neatly dressed as any with whom they
day ana! dinner was served under the Ferry Pass picnic, and all had a fU NOJ '
B
J, Whitfield. Assistant Surgeon, J; P. Haynes BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.I wid -spreading branches of shade nice time. may come in contact. Why not buy a Royal? rJ : ', '
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Acting Assistant Surgeon W. G. Stead-
I trees- There were great quantities of II They are as reasonable as the shoddy kind. ,
Justice of Court.
1 everything good to, eat and after I FOr Supreme tu ftJ ?

,--,; ._',-'-'.. ,..'p ", ', .=:" '..,' ,, '- .' ':, :' ': <': ,: .. ': .' -".: -' .:-"- .'_:_ :_ : > -- -'- ,:_,' everyone had gathered satisfied the inner man, Vote for Two; N Price, $1.25 to $9.00 ftJ ':, ;.
much was up.
Charles E Parkhilland tU
'
Mr Fails was about seventy years fU
of age at the time of hia death, a few ru :

Wm. Johnson & Son months member ago of ,,the and Masonic wash fraternity.prominent He ], H/Whitfield.' WATSON PARKER & REESE CO

formerly lived at Herbert, Conecuh
county removing only a few years
For Railroad COmmissioner Successors to Green & Watson. ro" :
ago'to the beautiful part of the Land

The Big $tore1 cf, 'Flowers where he died. Vote for Two: ru 33 and 35 South Falafox Street. ru / '

The cemetery a moo l of neatness, R. Hudson Burr : ,
Is one of the best kept we have ever
seen, and only wish that-all our people and laaaaaaaaaaaa eaaaaaaaaaaaru }:!
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could se=r it and'' profit' thereby causing : .
them to put those in Moo in equal. N. A. Blitch
Beside the of Ladies Low Shoes
previous shipments ,
? l ly as good condition; CLC>CH.S.: '

A good 8 day Parlor,Clock.. .. ... ... . .. ... ... .. '.. .. .,.$5.00 : 1
have received 6f the celebrated
we just a new, lot "Duchess"Oxfords :For Justice of Supreme Court. fitUb.urg Wasn't on the Map. A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.OO J '

Vicf Vote for Two: Early in "the-last century when 8-day Mission Clocks, J2.75 to. . .. .. . .. ... ... ... .. ..$5.00 k ; :'
in Patent leather 'and Gun Metal We 'r ,
now vessels sometimes cleared Pittsburg I Repairing at reasonable prices. .
Charles B Parkhilland J. ,DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's eook Store ',
have as nice line of Ladies' Oxfords 'as you can find in the city. for a sea' voyage the captain of a I -- .

ship, arrived at Leghorn with a car ae9oooeo.ooieoo!",eeeeooooe.a.oo.9.mor........ :,

We have a few special 'bargains in Ladies' Low Shoesto J J. B. Whitfield go. The 1'officer who examined his t. .1 :


offer you. For Railroad Commissioner.Vote papers pers are..at:forged once said There"Sir is your no such pa- The Ostermoor


- for* Two: place Y oilr as vessel Pittsburg must be in confiscated.the world." I i .1 I. } :

One lot of $1.00 to $1.250r.-._._;v_.'___________________89 cents R. Hudson Burrand Ihe frightened captain then secureda >. .
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One lot of $1.50or____________ = $1.19 ] map, directed the officer's atten- 1f ,
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$1.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords for____ : _$1.19 N. A. Blitch tion to the gulf of Mexico, pointed Ii M attress is Sanitary/! ,
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$2.00 Ladles' Tan Oxfordsforir'.: : : -------_..-______-.___1.70: :. followed that stream to the Ohio, Z : "

$2.50 Ladies Tan Oxfordsfor. 1.98 Care of the Cat. thence to tb'f rks and said, though t'h : '
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: ---------- -- A little powdered} sulphur made the showed no such place, .'Thenearerpure the air i is in the sieep'r? chamber

$3.00 Ladies' Tan Oxfords-for__. _- $2.69 into with.lard unsalted map more refreshing will be the sleep. Unsanitary bedding : '
?----------- ---- ---- .a paste or "There sir,, is the port where my
of contamination. 0 ;
-Is frequently an unsuspected! source
$3.50 Ladles Tan Oxfords for, ____________________ --____$2.85 !! butter and smeared upon the front vessel cleared out"DRUNKENNESS :. -.-.The'Osternioor, Mattress is thoroughly sanitary, eliminating ':. i J

paws now and then is an excellent every possibility of inhaling noxious gases while you l I

thing to' keep.-a cat in good condi- -: sleep: )t is as pure as the Incoming ozone from the sea: .t '. i',

20 per cent reduction .on all ,of our $1 *50 to $3 Men's tion, but care should be taken that CURED.It :. ", *.It Is !soft and'ye.dlng[ but will never pack and becomet'hani.and' ... ...1 ,'
In piece J13.00 two pieces J1150.
one
there is no to cold or wet : : bumpy. ; .
f exposure all lovers of ,
will gratifying to .3 '
Oxfords. Some exceptionally" good.'values' in these goods. k until after the effects of the medi temperance and a happy home to : ": ;' xr

I ine"bave passed off. Raw meat know tnaf'a'"simple" and scientific cure I --

I should not be; given save in cases- for the whiskey and beer habit has Ii i '' 1.

$1.25 Men's Gray and White Canvas Oxfords, this $(1/0 98c where food is"refused; and it is necessary to been cure discovered drunkenness- Orrine It Is never used In fa'ls accordance M k ;ON & QUINA

and Wh/t Oxfords this to build up the system. Then I .
.
$1.50 Men's Gray Canvas L als$1.19 with the! simple directionsIn '
should be given in small quanti- I the package, and the discoverer has f
-, ties and be.perfectly fresh and Ire I so much confidence; in the. treatment i 108/110 S. Palafox St., Phone 148 \isacala, Fla 'i (

line of: White Canvas Oxfords from fat. that we are author'zed to sell it with, 1OAo
We also have a nice : at an absolute guarantee, to effect a cure, ........ ..................... ..............i ;

Lisle Thread Stocking. the money; will be refunded.It .
reduced prices. Come in, and, =see us. We can show yo Lt. Lisle .thread stocking;: snould be or is'in two forms;' No. 1, to be given -'

washed In tepid water tinted with a secretly, and No. 2 for those who THE TRAVELLING MAN'S FRIEND. ".
better than we can tell you. little blue, and soap should only be wish to- be: cured, .'1.90 each. Moth- .
) ers and i 'slVtersTJiaTe: to'd us of husbands 'A combination: set of one Gillette Safety Razor and 12 ,
the feet. Rinse in clear water -
used for two silver tubes with brush and all ,
and brothers who since they 2-edged, blades, soap ;
the : (>
allowing a piece of ammonia, were'given"Orrine, In many cases with- In.a velvet, lined ;deal leather case is indeed the traveling ,.:<,
size of a bean to every gallon of wa faan'f irlen: Price complete 57.50; Razor with 12 blades
their knowledge! have lost all desIre -
out ,
Wm. Johnson & Son ter. Dry quickly In fresh air but not for'drink: ,''arid we are glad to rec. ,5'# '
If this Is roll
the Impossible
in tun.
remedy Mall orders
ommend the ;
up,tightly and wring in a clean cloth, filled.. The/Orrine/ Co"" Washington,I Cc t'!iJ ; cD03tQreapp.ge :

letting a fold of the cloth come be- I{). .C, ,or White's"Pharmacy. 10.6 S. 213 comb Palafa Stnt!, PensacelA !
tWeeu'fold of the stocking Palafox; '5t.., Pensacola.


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: PAGE SIX THE:; PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY' MORNING I MAY. 12, 190B

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Every Advertisem"nt rlies.e.Columns; Is Read by



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A HOME SITE AT for ] $3150.00

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i A BARGAIN.: 5Slllei 12 room 2 .story dwelling on North REAL ESTATE MARKET

GOING IN Hill, very close to Confederate monument '
DEBTI: 60 feet front by 120 ,feet deep on North i i ,_the house cannot be built for

Hill 1, for '. I 14000-00, house has all modern conveniences SPECIAL OFFERINGS
I ; lot 60x125. Come quick if you
$800.00 Lots'13. to 19, inclusIve**, of block] want a snap. ...OF...
FOR A : $300 cash and balance on easy terms. 57, Belmont X tractmustifte r' l sold at 1. Money! to loan at 1 per cent.and 8 I '
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HONEe This close in and you had had better j'. .* ". ..;i ,.* : per cent. HOOTON & WATSON.
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I look into it. S on""' ,',,./ .t "...* .jt .v S.

II! $650,00' We will move In a _few. days to the I .L. S. BROWN & .:CO. .
I leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency.
has'formed a saving habit that has led, many a for a full block of 20 lots on East Hill. corner of DeLuna r Government "We Sell Lots." Thiesen. Building ,
Here is a chance to double your m n- .
,, : man to riches. If you don't own'a home, ,buy ey. ".. stree s. "What's -'.good rt* enough for: U2,500.0G-2,store fou'ldings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms,near

one to-day We' have: on our list:a number of LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone others i is good enough for us." Our HOMES FOR SAIF 52.500 Union.00-One Depot.of the A fine prettiest investment.blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,

residence 'properties that can 'be purchasedwith present office' will then be for rent. S each 40x137% feet.
462 ?3S00.00-25(} .very desirable lots on North Palafox. This Is offered
Fisher Summer
BuildinghLLPWA1'TED
cottage of six rooms ,nearcar
a small cash down payment and balance 'for'short time only.
line on Little Bayou. .. .$tOO S I
.
$6,300.0o-Large story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
START TO/DAY! Five room cottage .with bath. N.
on terms. .
I easy $$2,500.00-6 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.
Hayne St., near depot.) ...JISOO;
U _- Beautiful 8 ?3350.0Il-Nce; : roomy dwelling, with large lot stables and out housesin
room ,2 story housenewand
". W\-\NTED-Actlve\ man wanted in:; McDavid-Hyer[ Company modern E. Cervantes.J3000; excellent location on DeVflliers St. >
I S. 'SOOO.Oo-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.
each county to exhibit, demonstrate, FOR RENT.
I I
: and advertise staple' line; salary $18 Agents New York Five room cottage, 519 E. Gregory Barcelona St.

I Pensacola Investment Company weekly $3 per day for ,expenses. NO Life Insurance Company. near R. R, shops. ... .. .. ...$8.00C.R.YAEGER I PHONE 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX' S P. 0. BOX "L."
capital required. Honesty 'and ,so- S E.
Government Street
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briety more essential than experience.
4. H. D'ALEMBERTC City Manager. National Co., '720 Chestnut St., Piila- Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.

W. H. nOWLIS, President E. B. SIMPSON, Stcretarr.KNOWLZS I 1 delphia. may2-16 No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. i -

J.L ST1LLMAN, V..fres. anl Gen. Manager. flYER, Triuorer. _
WANTED-Everyone, to know, that Wanted
Had state, Loans, General Investments. The Journal has nice, clean, old pa:: HOTELS.
pers for sale cheap. Only five cents' i ,
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensaeolai! F1 rida.North bundle. I WANTED To vdo your paintIng, glazIng w..JlJutnnuvu wru HOTEL Jr .W Sneads.w.r Florida. A Home Savings !
-
J FERRELL
: glass, staining, grain ng, hard
A.\'TED-olored girl for general,. il finishing and paper hanging. :Satisfaction -:, Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms,
I housework. Apply 422 West .: guaranteed., James Blevins good beds, table" the' ? best. J. M. Ferrell OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSUR.

cry at. lOmaylw contractor, 613 W. Zarragossa tst: Prop. ITaprHOTEL : ANCE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND

: WA.NTDD-etjed .woman for nurse. Smaylw* VERNON-Rates $2 per, day.- DEATH.
Special rate by week., Special attention -
Palafox S
Street Apply 701 Nurth Palafox St. 9may
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY a small] to traveling men. Free'sam.
WANTED: A good nurse. Apply C. cottage on water front Either on pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. American Life insurance Company

If You Buy This Piece of Property H. Turner, corner S Strong: and'y- I bay shore or on one of the bayous. Address ISapr. .
len Sts. 8may H. B., care Journal.
: We believe you will make a good profit on your Investment In a. WANTED good cook. Apply at I I 9may HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the i 1 is the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida.

very short time. We have 10 lots on North Palafox that we can sell i once to Mrs. J. E.'Turtle, Fort Bar: WANTED! -The public 'to know that year. American and European plan]i HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. ,CAPITAL STOCK $500,000
for (2250.00. These lots are right in Hue of the best residence district rancas. 8may f the Pensacola Building Association L Special summer rates. First-class: ini --S
of this city and should even now bring more money.FisherviHe .. I i has decided to follow the lead of the every respect. Pleasant and conven-' ISSUES I ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000
lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., Pen-
WANTED about 20 :
-Young man years progressive young men'; have established
I to do.do general work and collect- i that modern'nd up-to-date sacola.Fla.., 15apr i Pensacola Office: _Brosnoham Building

!J ing. Must be well 'recommended and I I thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that I _-- _
( furnish bond. Address. Journal. THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms,j
they are up-to-date and modern firm;
Do not overlook! this pretty little village on the bay. Nice peo- : Smay. S have taken offices at 210 DeLuna St., good beds. Free baths and sample

: ple live here and we have nice building lots from. 1175.00. to 30000. and are' ready to serve the public in L room. $2 per day. Special attention Professional! Dirertory t Board and Rooms.
It is very cool and pleasant here in 'summer. SOLJCTTOaS W4.NTW-To solicit the building line. Any general contracting to traveling men. J. R. Brown, Prop., FURNISHED
j! for the modern worklnoin of the ; DeFuniak Springs. Fla. ISmarlm -- ROOMS5entraiiyJ !>
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ,US FOR SALE '!'world.' Will pay you weekly benefits' l repair work a: specialty, plans cated. Best rooms in the city; com,
in case of sickness or accident. Takes II and specifications' furnished with estimates CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op. clean beds. Apply 128% East Go>.
I THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY! care of the balance of the family',In .Johnson on short notice. Jas. M. depot Large and well lighted T G YATES M1OPTICIAN D. ernment St. 4maybn
L.
Mgr., Redenback, Asst r oms. Free sample room. Meals at ,
case of death the best,fraternal organization OLD MILL INN-on front.
bay Opens
Mgr.
THE FISHER REAl ESTATE AGENCY in the country.. ,Apply at No.! 8may all hours. Special attention to traveling June 1. Large airy and delight nn'
323 W. Zarragossa street, between 9 men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug- cooL
WING Good
306 TKICSBV Bill ly fishing, bathing and
SOUTH :
206
SIOYER
PALAFOXST.
PHONE 87 on the square has a first. gle Prop. ISmarlm
and .
6may2w
a. m. 3p.m. ,
class boating. First class table. On ei'-.-
I meat market and handles
noth.
i CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterlmd.: trie car line, 15 minutesride from :
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: WANTED ,
smart I
young lady -
or
tog, but the best of
everything.: All L
I young man stenographer, who has I kinds vegetables, fine, and comnlete I' : Prop. Special attention to commercial WM. a, HOWE Regular /boarders and transient-
SV experience and good education. Salary .line of I' travelers. Free sample and bath Terms reasonable. Address Old Ml1.
fancy groceries. .:20 lbs. Standard AT LAW
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
rooms. Large ,rooms with good beds. Inn, Pensacola. Fla.
!
i These are |10 per week; 'give name of last Granulated Sugar $1. When you may
EAST-GOVERNMENT; ST,
11 I .
t2 perday. ISmarlq 14/2
employer. ,J. J. McCaskjll Co.., Free want the best go theEast End up-to- S S .
port, Fla. 5mayl2t: date meat market and grocery store. BAY' HtTEL..open night and 'day. THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to i r"l1
GENUINE BARGAINSModern Phone 718. with privilege of light house keq 1"il1g
WIANTEDAgents: for book 'on San .,.. Smaylw .European plan. Rooms light and LOSTS S 301 W. Chase. 3111.r j
Francisco Distaster Tremendous de. .. "I clean. Transient trade solicited. .nw --S wJLrJLrLru-uwer.rnfl WflUMSuWSW _
Home with % block of m nd. Everybody .buys. Big : WANTED To r loan $100 to $200 can 575-579 S. PalafoL Jas. S. Nicolau. LOST-On W. Intendencia street,long NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rej-:
ground on East Hill car line 500 pases. Hundreds of boOk-I be paid by'weekly: or monthly pay Prop. black collecting book containing re-j: on North Hill car line; location
$3000. -stories by survivors. Fifty pe ments. Good security 'and interest ceipts book and bills. Reward for .return -' very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsdeutreet '

Seven room house with % block of Premuium extra.. Credit lven. Outfit Address J. &Ruthbye. City.: to Home Art Co., 3% W. Romana s 25apr.

ground, near Stoddart's. (Will carry, free. Write today. Drop everything I,.6 6maylw S in; ?, u. MlscellaneuosPANAWAS'" ,. . 12may,. ,- 'S. I PLEASANT place to board on North
and make' $500 next 30 ; .5 5 u. h I Hill, on car line. Address No. 8,
mortgage of $2300 on this property.) days. Standard -Panamas and straw hats I
$2800. Co., 325 Dearborn St, Chicago._ ,WANTED--Second hand furniture cleaned, bleached and blocked by LOST 'A young dog; white black care Journal_27ma
Vacant lots near East Hill car line 0' Imay2w S bought and sold. Ring phone 754 I expert workmen. Leave hats at Freid-I spot around one eye, clipped ears Old newspapers at five cents a bundl
from or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C.: erickson's tailor shop, 34 S. Palafox and tail;,part bull., Return 'to, or communicate -;; at this office. They are all clean
WANTED-First-class barber
for colored I ,
$175 AND UP. O'Hara.J)'< St. 6maylm I with F.- Bingham at S. S.' and nice.
trade. Ring 10101 ring ;or ."', .... 2may. *
Reward. 2t
'" L. Co. office. :
Northeast from Stoddart's place an call at Sylvester CamPbell Store near MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE I
I:; entire black 'at.'. .. .. .. ..oi .... Save both by conferring with us 1'I dummy depot, Warrington, Fla. SURETY ort BGNDS- -The American 1 Mattresses made to order; old ones LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably -' For Sale
i $500. when ) 24 apri. S -Surety Company, of New York is renovatei. New ticks furnished. from wagon, package containing -- rn-
out to buy REAL ESTATE. See
t Lots near St. John's cemetery from us about some of the following: prepared to execute at this city with Second hand furniture bought and pair trousers addressed H. PI| :Moog. j FOR SALE-Installment business wi r
$30 to $75. On any of this property I I Store N. DeVillier street, rentingfor I!I out delay Bonds and Undertakings re sold. Upholsterin'g and repairng: done If found. returned to Express office. about 300 leases and stock. Own:,
; will loan two-thirds of WANTED quired in the courts, and for the performance 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 77L and receive reward. ISapr
the
purchase $180 per year.. .. .. ... .$1500 .. -_ of jt has other business. Good opportun!
i; price at market,interest House, on North "C" street, cheap] --S ----- contracts. Wm. D. Howe, Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. 1 ty for man with small capital. A':
attorney, 14% E. Government ,
at.... ... .. ,... ... .$600 WATED-To'sell a Slot of old. papers St. dress 0. K. Journal. llmaviw
House on East Ara'gon street only at 5c a (bundle. Apply at this of 2maylm. EXCURSION-The launches Stella FOR RENT I

THoS. PEBLEY .. .. ... S. *.. .. ... .. ..$650 fice. They are all whole, clean and and Leclair will run excursions to I CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton &
98 acres ,of good farming land a nice. WANTED-Young country printer: the Life Saving Station or otherpoints FOR RENT Two story 8 room house, Watson have just received a :'a -jH

CORNER PALAFOX AND ROMANA bargain at ... ,,.... .. ... ...$1000 ,I .wants a position in newspaper or of interest, day or n'ght on reasonable with gas, hot and cold water, and all supply of the latest city maps, showing
WAN'TIED-To rent furnished room In Job office Florida' or Alabama. Has terms. Phones 659 and 230. conveniences. all
STREET UPSTAIRS.> Four blocks In West King Tract, other modern Address of the subdivisions. The maps J'j!
each ..... ,.. .J'.' ... .$1000 private family, on car line. '\Bache-eight years' experience and an all J. C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmay official and down to date and are
We have numerous' other proper lor. 'Address Box 114. 12maylwj'{, :round good Job printer. A perfect TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. mounted on heavy linen. Regular:
I
I ties listed with us and it would pay i i gentleman and absolutely sober; will Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and FOR RENT -Elegant two-story residence ]price, ?2.50; special price on lots nl
DIRECTORYJoppa you to consult us before making,your' WANTED Iklen to learn barber' start on moderate salary. Address: repaired on short notice. No. 11% corner Strong and Spring Sts. 1 five or more to agents or real esta'p
t -rt.w 1_ j-.n.rapj.ras.r.ruJttn.ruutrtjtrtr..rtflflflttjt investment trade. 10 position .for every: i stating full particulars, Arthur Win West:Government St., Pensacola Fla.Idee. Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay! ]men. Hooton & Watson. 8nuv
Wa are in .receipt of advices fromthe' graduate. Top wages_ paid.: Few''! !free. White Castle, La. 12aprlw* i FOR
No.6 I. O.
Lodge, O. F. SALE-Large ice box, sutah\1: \
weeks completes. Course in
Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. O. 0. F.. fire Insurance companies represented J. H. PUKTKR: sallmaker, ?16 South S > FOR' RENT-Warehouse, 50x75 }n for grocery store or market anti
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 by us "That all losses in California [- eludes tools and diplomas. Can'near- WANTED.-All kinds .or electrical Palafox street Orders taken for:'I railroad. Address Box 712, City. soda fount, with 20 syrup cups All! )r
t o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont conflagration will be promptlypaid ly earn expenses If 'desired.. ,Catalogue work. I sell all kinds of electrical i tents, awnings, camp stools and house I w.I good condition.: Will sell cheap or>
and that THEY WILL CONTINUE r-, mailed free. Moler Barber College batteries and other electrical I
; and Baylen street Visiting brethrenare supplies! cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. exchange for other property. ApPly;
cordially Invited. TO FURNISH ABSOLUTEINDEMNITY ] New Orleans,.La. 12may6t! *. When you need me, ring 345 or 955.'r : FOR RENT 6' rooms down stairs; T. J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue.
T.: H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. AGAINST LOSS BY ", 5----' E. W. Peake, new Star,Laundry build:; SHIP CHANDLERS-:McK.nzle: Oert- large back porch, large yard ,and 7maylm -
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR WAiNTEID-German: wants position on Garden. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail
J. W. GINGLES, Sec.SlJanGm. l ug. E. 15 ec., ship, stable. Apply 501 West Chase and De j"
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. private place for general work in :11 chandlers and grocers, only firstclassti I Viller St. Phone 323. 6maylwl FOR SALE-Registered BerkTbiriI
Protect your home and business gardening or farming., Address Ger: WANTED-The public.to know that t! house of kind In'city. Fair prices to all, 1 I I hogs; best of breeding. Ask for

Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. against loss by fire by insuring wllh'us man,. Journal. we' can do all kinds of repairing! :'|' MILTON, UPHOLSTERING SHOP-: FOR, R'E-IT-W will move to cornel:I, Fla.catalogue. Carl Setterllnd. Chlple*,

meets ev'ery Monday evening at 8 I 'lomartw'l float building, horse shoeing, etc. J.:, 'Wfillie M'mp, Proprietor. Furnl- ; DeLuna and Government Sts. in a few _
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall ESCAMBIA REALTY WA.NTED-To! buy one G. Welsh Carriage Co.' 27feSi i iI iture.. repairing of a'l: kinds, carp ts days and our present office will then FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers
over Pou stable. W. Intendencia SL CO., good locality and not too far out I -I laid, furniture packed for shippIng! be for rent. McDavld-Hyer Co. at nve cents a bundle. This of.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. 2Mi/2 ,S. Palafox Street State price, terms and full particularsin COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing, Phone 63. Next to jTampa Landing. 5may. fice.
A. KIRKPATRICK C. aH. Telephone 1052. first letter. 'Address. A. M., care I and Cleaning Club,' 212 N.DeViller s 22Apni FOR
HORSLER. K. of R. & S General agents for State, for Home: Journal. ": ama;i St., Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pal., : FOR RENT -Seven room house on boiler.SALE-Second Will hand 25 H. P
CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. sell cheap. Apply iO
Life Insurance Ca, of New York. !f I ronage solicited; satisfaction guaras I- North Hill for $25.00 per month un. I
Meetings of \ Floats built to order. Horse shoeing j NewMethodLaundry. 13Apriil
the WANTED-The _
public to know that teed. Careful attention! given ladies1 ill Nov. 15th. All modern conveni- '
Knights of Columbus j I we have bought out the Star Jewelry ]L. garments.* Phone 1222. 8fecWANTED. a specialty.. G. Welsh Carriage ences. Fisher Real Estate Agency. 'FOR SALE OR RENT-Two llgatprT.:
are held at their hall Co., in this city. Customers are ; Co.- 27feb 3may. S one with capacity for 75 thousand ft 1.

No. 8 West Intendencia FOR SALEAll notified to pay no one except our regular ; .-Hauling and transfer REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
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street on every collector R. H. Vick work. Office phone 363 FOR pacity. Rates reasonable. Also 'wG
who has ; residence ley, making: connections with mail SALE-One' grocer's refrigerator -
F 7:30 Monday evening at kind of real estate been in the employ of the Anchor Sup. phono:390. Acosta &: White, 22-28 N. launch for points on St. Andrew bay. capacity 3QO Ibs._ Cheap. Apply: skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. !JODI
o'c4ock. for
An In. sale or ply Co., as manager,of their business Tarragona St. % j I I 5) ft. beams. Telephone or write J A.
5ma J.
F VItaU rent. North Hill and East !. Extra teams for traveling men. Coos D. Cunningham, Romana and Railroad -!
Is > Hill
a extended: vacant
Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 2m.l1';;
here for the four t
past year R. H.Vlck L vehicles. Sts.
horses comfortable Call
I to. .visiting Knights.. lots. Some very choice ones at -5 on: 2may)
JOHN B. JONES. good bargains. for. homes or Investment .:&: ,Co. Smaylw* ANTED:-The public to know thatold or address J. C. Sinclair, Chlpley,Fla, ONTHE: HIGH LAND-East Hill plec-
No 74. : FOR RED."TT'o'very desirable tric line s'.x: lots fr Jnt
RDM. FOX. Grand newspapers can be bought at Telephone 28apr car 100 ft.
Knight
Recorder. One large lot on R. R. good -factory MATTRESSES RENOVATFIDNew this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare GOOD PASTURE -For--few-- horses 1 l storeson .firs.L fioor' of Manhattan by 137% deep, corners $700, msi'ie
,l Or warehouse site. One water front tick. furnished If desired. Guaran-L all clean and nice. a' hotel,. Corner Garden and Baylen. lots $600. There are no better 5-( ia
Daughters of Rebekah. lot that a purchaser could make no teed. Crapet. taken up, and matting and cows. Address jr apply to W. Just completed' arranged in first tions than these lots. A. V. Clu.'b-.

Naomi, Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm laid if desired. Leave orders at WANTED-We want your orders fox H.> Kilbee Brents. Fla. VIMoney' class shape. For terms, particulars, JUSTRECEWED-Larges1pment-' : at

', ,Rebekah, meets every Monday night ana1! one of 160', 'acres, both near Pensacola. Green &: WaUon. Phone 193. 7mar J907 Art Cctendars. Over 300 orIginal etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29AprFOR imported Olive OIL Retail by pin;,
at 8 o'clock la L 0. O. F, hall VIsIt. designs to select from. All to Loan. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morassj
In; sisters cordially invited to be present Four choice brick business houseson WANTED-A position as stenographer prices., Mayea Printing,Co., Pensacola. .. RENT-After May" .1, furnished I &: Co., ship chandlers and grocers 1i' l
Palafox St. for sale. Fine investment by young lady with experience.P. 16feb. cottage at "All Bay.' Address Box South Palafox. 4oct-
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI property. Few choice offices! 0. Box: 244, Floral Ala., MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor .815, Pensacola. 28apr
'MISS WILLIE KENDRICK Sec for rent 29apr2w'S rows' money from Jno. A. Hall &: NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer FOR RENT-Second story"over Lln- wishing to make a successful n.n
Co. 16 E. Government street. Whtu
Turpentine all
... men get rich, and I ,
M.E.aA.No.81.meetsfirztthird and have good turpentine business fc rSale W ANTED.-A. R. BIngham want Co. wants your moving and baullag In need, call on us. 9feblmMONEY' denstruth's jewclrijstore.: Suitable i should supply themselves with a I'
Wednesday evening at 7:30 All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tfior. for offices, sleeping' quarters or stor tie of PLUTO. Now is the sea-n
p cheap. 15 boxes moving and
crops plenty your hauling. He : LOANED all
guuntees on
sea Prop. Phone 978.ISJunelm. kinds.of per- ,
'm. ,R3ord Hall No 10. West Int!!!!. round timber lease on which together all breakage. Phone 630. tonal pioperty- on short notice: age rooms. Lee Daniel 24aprFOR prepare your stomach and 1 "r
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dencla .street I' against all diseases. Pluto will! (!II") .
with boxes '
good seven years longe: -S OLD HATS MADE NEW Panama Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.: RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage "
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A. G. FELL For sale all ".
Pres. Write or call and see schedule of WANTED All owners of .poultry to 1165. by druggists and groc
and Straw hats cleaned : Bomana.Phone }febMONEY' S18 W. Belmo t. Apply to Walker
3. L SWEENEY. Sec. property know that we are agents for the celebrated pressed wholesale by Jas McHugh.
and blocked. Panama 50c, straw hats ; Ingraham. April20A. (
Conkey's TO LEND-On good real
Pensacola LOdge No. 4 J. 0. 0. ;: Poultry Remedies.Guaranteed > estate FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprJI"'
F. 35c.
25c, felt hats Work guarant ed.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. P.. ". T. CRAWFORD to cure rupe, cholera Victor. Louis, 100 E. Intendencla. security, or on good collateral I, :R. BINGHAM bas storage room for ed property In all parts of the c.lY
,meets every ThnrsUar veHlnjr! at 7:30 gape and to kill fleas, 1'ce! and mites.\ at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. rent, suitable for furniture or other! J.A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent=,
at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" 3154} South Palafox Street Also their wonderful egg 'producer. ,F.. : 24, aprlm'WANTED.Ele.ctrlc Fisher: building. 21jan goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona Room 7, Salisbury building. PQ"c9

streets. Visiting brethren cordially .- ISapr.WANTED S. Mellen. & Co. Phone No. Z34. I' work of'all kn 1d.i: MONEY LOANED on all kinds of parson : St. Phone 630 SOnov, 172. 23j aAUTOMOBILES.

: laYtted.' E. GREENBLATT. For Farm Turpentine Let us dean your fans recair your *! property on short notice. \V ANTE .-Real Estate for sale or I anTagent for tS'
: J, NEVILLE. Secretary. or Terms easy. J- W. Bullard. upstair Pope Mfg. Co. and sell auto
To buy oldgold and all Lye dynamo to jour virin;. etc. Paona rent leaa or,exchange. Your business can you
!- W. O. W. Timber Lands, ; broken up stuff:regardless! of (70. Pensacola: Elecvrfc.''Co.' 205 8.: 28n South Palafox St., Phone 1144. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson from $600.00 up. They cost less :caa

Live Oak Camp No. l, W. 0. W.. LARGE OR'SMA'LL QUANTITYCall sizes. Cash paid. Lightman Klein.: Baylen. Dtwf ,. Red Estate Agent 22% W. Gov- horses to keep u,. They can be Nil
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rIVednesdays 0" or Address 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. S S- UNLIMITED amount 01 money to,i oaa eminent street Room 7, Salisbury In sand or anywhere a horse can 6\1.?
'.A each month. Visiting S SECOND BAND CLOTHING WANTED on all kinds of personal property. building.! ." Phone H%. 23 jar Leslie E. Brooks.

ebvereigns! cordially Invlt d. Turner & Aymard NEW UPRIGHT. PIANO to exchange -Highest price paid for gent Special rates to business! men on large <_. 1I FOR SALE-Two horses. one <'.",:ot
F. A. BOGHICH, C. 0. Real Estate and Abstract Co. for lot oa: East HUL, Address, P. clothing only. Sell second hand goods.L jans. The New York Loan Co., 204% --=- and one set double harness, chpply1815WJkson.6ma'.. >
LESLIE :. 'RgOt cJ.--. S v n "- J".o.llLk gD214.5& 0.' :Box :0:.' ': iOnuu :Dre&a suit for refit 9,.E. Intendeneia." South Palafox., .. TRY,BOSSO"S,CREAM-PHONE 132 .

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Thousands--- Each. Day Wh- .. 'Are Looking. for; Bargains: C:'I;Ik, "I



FOR SALE H -v." vvv NAv.N\"" McMilfan Bros. Co. '

List of Property for Sale by D. Halo : wrIN NW[ I LWLIMERRE S HAUTE R-R .
Wilson & Co. I from 75 cents to $4.09 each. QT-

One block on proposed street car F FLY SCREENS -
and Wire
line New City overlooking Bayou : Strips to. make'your < : cauPE k iDR .

Texar and under fence.. ....$3000 .. own Scre .,s. < Arrived."Clematis r. PAID ,
One half block on Lakeview avenue i '
settled neighborhood' .and On hard : Belgian 65, 2267rLeenaers,
in Phone 11 H. G. DeSILVA & CO. .
Antwerp to 8. P. 6hotter & Co.
road very cheap at.. .. .. ',. .1500 v -
One-half block ((12 lots) and six new I VN. "' ""'NN' ".'. V Cleared. ; r :
for 'Birmingham, 'Br. ss, 2612 Hey for
houses renting J5.00 each with MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. i iI
room for seven more houses. $3260 'NNNN...... .....NNt1N.N/N.NN1NI meat!, with 300 square, bales cot i =s. I ,
ton 'and 1,398 barrels rosin for' ifs a ..
Two large lots and a good three ;
room and hall house renting for $6.00 I 'Venice with 300,000 feet sawn timber I # 00 50Jrf ..!

month if sold at once.. ?$600 3,305 tons phosphate and 2,723 s
per I AUSLEY s COMPANY
One nice five roomed house.in good. .j barrels rosin; for Algiers with 217-

locality with 37 foot lot renting for! 000 ft. sawn :'timber and 7,308 ft. 4 'j;

$10.00 per month. ... .. .$1000 j Navar Stores. | hewn timber. : ,,
One-half an arpent and ten roomed : COMMISSION BROKERS t Savannah Ga., May .-The naval .1. t,
house in central part of the city nice stores market closed today as follows: VESSELS IK "CRT.Steamehlpa. $ ,

shade and fruit trees. ._ .. .$5500 \vV.. .. !':" .485 to 505K1G. V 'j

Vacant lots in any part of the cityat i I II! WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. I .. .. .. .. .. .....480N. JEBain'br1dge. 10(,1.r ,
prices that will take. Several Investments .. .. .. .. _" .. .' .e ..4 75DI Br ss, 1193 Smith, New- '

that will net 10 per cent ., .:: .:. ., .. . ... .4 70' port News'to H. Baars. 'i-i' !

on) the money invested. i : Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSand60NDS K ". .. .. .. .. .. '. .. ..4 65I Birmingham Br. ss, 2612 Balti t;,
FOR RENT i tt ? . ..? :. ;; .. .. ... .4 4D 1 more. to Gulf 'Transit; Co.Cayo CHAS.BLUMdiCO r.'

Ten roomed house centrally located, H.-.. .. .. .. .. ..4 35 Domingo Br ss 1713, .Friend, l :
and unexcelled, for a boarding house I Ii a..4 20 Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co. 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST, THROUGH SERVICE I

on street car line $35.00 per month. | F.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4 11% Chelford Br ss, 1707 Wood, Tampl- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VIA 0 xL.&NE.&T.H.and

Five roomed ,house close in town V E . .. .'... .. .. ...410D co to order. C. & E. I. : .

large yard and nice out buildings, sta i| Bought and Sold:on Margin or Investment... . .. . .. . ... .4 00 Cimbria Danish ss, 1855, Hanson Vestibuled Through Trains Dally t t2 t-
be: etc., 20.00) per month.If C. . .. .. .-. .. .380to390 Manzanillo to Cary & Co. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2 .
what you want is not listed here i Spirits Turpentine 63r/s cents. Haslington, Br ss 1220, Willis Morris Dannheisser THROUGHSLEEPERSuoDAYCOACHEB ': '
call us up by phone 234 or call and i Reference: First! National and Peoples Bartj Phone 1173 Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. NEW ORLEANS TO CHfUGODINIHQ i,
see us at 30 S. Palafox street Heathdene Br is. 2277, Milburn CARS SERVING ALL MEALS EN ROUTE .
.44..ON...N........H............N.4.......4tl,1 AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORT Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & Co. (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) 0.d. IILI.MAN,0.< P. A.. S.L KOQ SS.2n.At } _
Liverpool Cotton Market Pure Old Rye And Bourbon Fine BYINYaLE. $IN* 1-iHV'U.C.: TiSH. t :
Hersilia Ger ss, 1295 Euler Tam-
D. Hale Wilson & Co. _
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Wines Beer tor 0 i
: ,
ana Tobacco.
Clot. pa, to So. States Lbr. Co. '
1
a .. Jm.-r.b.........6.77 -. '.
rtb.-ar......... '............ ........ .... Kirkstall Br. ss, 1162 fflnde', Faro Old Hickory,Whiskey MySpedalty ".
Jfar.-J.pril.................................. to J. A. Merritt & Co. -
FOR SALE I ,Aprll.Msy.............._. Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf Antwerp 12 W. Zarragossa Streat. }

How Do You Save Money ? May-Jita...............,.... 5.89 to J. Schreyer. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA EXCURSIONRATES :
Ion SALE-Three 'barber chairs and Jan.Jt1T _.......................... .... 5.69 Ribston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson Rio .
combination four-chair mirror. Callor July..v.ut .......'.: !............ .... ....6d de Janeiro: to W. S. Keyser &; Co. -,
write J, A., Biilingsleyr 14 E. Government ,, Aagsei B.pbs be....................... 8.95 Tapton, Brit ss, 2300 Trattles,iFun- Florida :: ,
St. 13aprlm Sept mt r-October f.88OctoberNovmnber..L0 chal, to Pensacola Lbr. Co. and Alabama I TO
Some say "to get ail education, some "to II'"
Verbena Br ss. 1604 Mann Norfolk '
I while others "to home." 1fOT.mbw.December.6.17 .to H. Baars & Co. LAND COMPANY CALIFORNIAACCOUNT t,
: buy a "
FOR S.\LE-TeJ): ,new and seconds marry, say Deosmbera.nn.ry ,<..........6.78 _
cond hand office safes different Vida, Nor 63, 976 Arressen Cardi- ;
These all motives of which there 618. : 's
are worthy LiT rpool Spots,, ,
nas, to Hyer & Co. Manufacturers of i
sues, best makes. bargain prices. Imperial Council, Ancient Arabic ,.f'
Scarritt Moreno +office East Government are many more. There must. be some svs- Ntw York Cotton Market ehipe. and Dealers in Order Nobles of the Mystic ; N i ..

st. ,24mar' tem or method worked out to obtain he Opao High Low Close LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. Shrine -
Canara, ItL ship 1495 Repetts Genoa 1
GLES AND KILN-DRIED
S'ALA' I I coveted object or its possession is seldom January 1077 10.80: 10.71 10.75 to Master. SAP. MAY 7th to 10th, 1906 .1
business I !l., 11.33 11.41 11.89
FOR paying ; cheap 11,41July '
Harvest Queen Brit ship Forsyth, Tickets will be sold April 24th d
fine location small obtained. 11.10 11.26 11.17 11.19Angusi :
rent; ; cap'tal re Rio Janiero to order. to May 4th inclusive with _' !
quired. Address Box 68. Chipley 1 No matter what it is you desire, ready ...-.10.78 11.05 lite 10.77' 11.00 10.69 11X12OetobM 11X71Dwember Ophelia Nor ship 1127 Larrsen, Pensacola St. Andrews and a limit of July 31st. 1. '

Fla. 6maylw money helps you to obtain it. Have you I .10,74 10.78 10.68 10.70 Dunkirk. The Rate from Pensacola to :-f f '
3.w York pou..1U5 Los Angeles is $64.60. ": ,
Bariu.
WANTED-To loan money on your i, the money? If not we advise you to open New Orleans Scots! 11 718."Wheat. Gulf Steamship Go. Proportionate Rates from _-I

watches, Jewelry and personal ef a: .savings account, here-one dollar will do Antigua Nor bk 1348 Ferguson Other Po.nts.; :- t'
New Orleans to A Zelius.:
fects. Highest cash price for old gold STEAMER TARPON. THE ROUTE-Is via St. Louis ,*
and silver. LJghtman & Klein 106 E. it, and then add to it each week or month Open High Low MOM Dharwar Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen W. Q. 3ARHOW Master and the "Scenic Line of the. ... I t '

wright. Phone 1127. from your earnings. We will add four per yy_......,82* 83K 83K 88H Rio Luisa Janeiro ItaL to bk.H., 1591 H. Boyer.Montano from F1RST-CLAL PASjsJSMiiia, AND World" viz: Missouri Pacific. \i
J.q.8 SV4 7958115 and Denver & Rio Grande Railways
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cent compounded semi-annually. Nolloth to master. FR$1LHT': SERVICE ;: i
FOR SALE-A fine piece of water -BewliPlu- through Colorado and Salt '! .
Lake Erie Jtl! bk. 928 Bas-
front property 50 feet front on West I Com.OpM Efigan PENSACOLAr MOBILE. APALACHICOLA Lake City. This rate is open ;
to Master.
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street High Low CUM sam, CARRABEU.fi. ST. AN. for the public. _
with 4 room and back Ka7..7".g' Port Sonoclan, Uruguay blc, 1112 '
a house front DREWS, MILLVILLE for .
Write Illustrated Literature
.48 ,48* 4SJ4 t8 Ferres Montevideo to German American ;
111/ ;
gallery has a nice wharf about 250 i- And all points St. .Andrew Bay and Maps. i
feet long running out to_ deep water FIRST NATIONAL BANK Lfor. Co. Carrabc'.le!' 'and AAalach1ColaSCJ1EDULL. LOW RATES-Will also be .J t '
the New York Stock Market Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. .
from front gate. For a few days made Denver t.
to
0 in July accoun
'OPIJI tilostEoaheruYaetto ,
.t. i Parbwood, Nor bk 756 Lunde-
only it will be offered at only $1500 "W : Leave e&coUSunday, 8:30 nm. meeting of the B. P. 0. E., The ,
,; .. ... .... 8335 '885kpper. guard; St .ijazalre to Ora'er.Precursore I
OF'PENSACOLA FLA. for Mobile Ala. ,
cash.' Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at u'I--' ( ..,.,..?.....-.__. ..lOit 1075 ,. Ital bk Schiafflno 1508, Pensacola National Educational Associa
L- Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may 4-8.B.." ,... ,.135XWl : .,. 1&tli Genoa to Rosaeco Bros. Leave for St Andf MilWile Tuesday, 8:30, ,p. I, tion meeting in San Francisco 'I'
W. H.Kaowz ac.Pre R. W.K.HTZB JR.,Y.-Pres. and Caa' er. ,...... 89 8i Sterling, Nor bk Labita m.. Carrabelle l and Apolacaacola July 9th-13th and the National :
FARM FOR SALE-80 acres locatedat T W, BBK3T and W.N.ROBERTS, A.sst. Cashiers ..:1& ......................._..1555 1551, Ellepsen iftteraediaia Baptist Convention, Los Ange-
,tiECTOBf'! Brent. W. A. Blount. W, H. Knowles, W. X. flyer, Jr. .. .... .... 8.'f 89 Bay to order.: points., X) 4- 12th-19th
Cottage Hall,on railroad; all fencedin 1>. O. Brent a.11 'l.- : % > les Cal., September .? "
and with large house barns; out ,f B.* 0 .......:.:CA..:..:. 3085 JOBjS Schooners. Fcr >additional information apply t f
houses. etc Creek through' the Brie. 43K x84 ,. : J. B,:SAUNDjLRsc:! : !I. E. REHLANDER, (
runs- Annie "M. Brit schr.; 397 Carter -COBBy ," '.
Trav. Pass.
Q.r.I--. :....-: 11%' 62U. m.-'It. 'Proideat.Gen. AgentChattanooga :
land and 4 or 5 springs are also on J. A. Merritt & Co.
Mantos
the land. 'shade trees !-. .-.7.:.-....:..,. 41H ...atI. .to Fit and Pass.Agt, Tenn. .
Plenty and -
apple 1 Annie F Kimball Amer sen, 337. ,
Pengacolai-n ,
pecan peach and, plum trees. of Pensacola BondsDenomination B..g I.{,..pr.tterda.r..1031...........)I............::. 28f4!! 106"29 Sweetland Havana to master. ,- -. .. ,
Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed City Improvement N..144"j USLead. I Donna Christina Am sen, HcLeod, . . -

chickens ducks hogs goats, pea ..!..._..... !:.......',:'.y. _J" .80" 165: Cardenas.,
fowls pigeons geese and turKeys of 1 NASHVILLE RAilROAD COMPANY
Each.l .P..f.V*** / LOUISVILLE: :
1000.00 I
all kinds. Reasonfor selling is that 1 Met.;::::.:::....:.;,..;:::-:.... ,118 117) be' '
have no one to manage place. A great .. ...... .. Do Not Imposed Upon. u4 Ltcal Time Tibiae Between EarnoU .a< Points JtGr lI.
Dated Jan. 11906. Maturing Jan11936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. c...?&,........ : 159 1II1X. % Through ..... :
bargain either as an investment or I .T.O .{. WB% 141) Foley & Co., Chicago originated READ UP ,
for party looking for a good farm on i Interest Payable Semi-Annually. P.O .- '.....9814 9914WA'G Honey and 'Tar as a. throat and lung READ DOWN Nos. -.

which to make money. Everything ......................... ,2915 191)1.r remedy and! on ,account of the great Trains Noa. Trains 1 .
genuine and just ,as represented. No We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to ."..........;;............, 16854 1742TL merit ani popularity of Foley's Honey 2 4 3 :
fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan I.........._............... 2. tsy! and Tar many imitations are offeredfor 1'0 pm l1: am Lv. .. .Pensaco'a. .. .Af. &:OOam 4:00pm
Box 453. Pensacola for further partic ";' ,Prior Sale in Amount to BB...................... ...... 8i* 58.4 the genuine. These worthless im 6.80am 8:.30p11:45am m Ar i .Montcmery..Lv. 8:35pm 1l:15am "
ulars. Slmar X.O.L......._........ .... 147 14715 itatlons have similar sounding: names. 94Opm: Ar. ... .B1rm ngbam .. Lv. Upm: 8:33am
Suit Purchaser. I'.naa.... ..........:.......... 153 IIti! Beware of them. The genuine Foley's 7:25pm 3:17am Ar..Nashville! . ..Lv. 8:45arn Y,25am
FOR ALB--'Nice) new six room ........ _..._ ......14055 1515
Q'.P.- ; is in . 8:1 2 Sam
house located corner Hth street Honey and Tar a yellow pack. 8: pm ::8iam v? ,. .. asllvi : am : '
and 14th ave. Built on two lots. Correspondence Invited. Letter. age. Ask' for it and refuse any sub- 1:25am: 8:15am: Ar. .. ,Evansville. . .Lv. 3:00aI:1: I 9:20pm -
House has one story and basement. Ausley & CO's'Daily; Cotton stitute. It is the best remedy for 7:4km: :1Opm . .. Louis. . Lv, 8:45pm: 3:30p1 ;

City water bath room, sewer connec- THE PEOPLE'S' BANK OF New York, Slay .-Liverpool was coughs and colds. For sale by W. A. 7: Ppm 3s.::; am Iv.. .. .Nashville . .Ar. 8::2 am 2Sam
tions. House is now leased to very PENSACOLfl inclined to thluk the cool this snap )Jiad- D'Alemberte. 2ltam 8:10am: I ,Ar. ,. Lousville: . Lv. 2:43am I 9:3Cpo > '
(been discounted far enough morning
desirable tenant. Price $2,500. A and showed a disposition to let! "- 7.tsm ta:01n'n Ar. . .Cincinnati . .Lv. 11:00pm SOOpm

Journal good Investment. Address 44, care PENSACOLA, FLA. I ;o. Whlla spots'' were' advanced 4 Baby Symptom. :i- Between Pensacola, Mobile and:: Now Orleans. : -
9may joints on sales of 10000 tales contracts If the baby's, eyelids are not perfectly ."- '

i iNo. were reduce! 1 to 2 points but closed suspect weakness. If you see 67 2&3 4&1 34.2 144 5&6 : .

FOR SALE-A two seated surrey withshaft Then the Englishman found the warm a furrow passing from either side of f:60am 11:WpmJlJ:SaamjLr10:46ami ..Pensacola. .Ar.| 5:00amj! 4:40Dm 6:30pm ... ,

and pole practically new. --.-S8O3.-- weather predicted yesterday had not the nose round the mouth there is : 2:55am! 4:12pmiAr: .. .Mobile .Lv. 1:44amii1:59am(} | : 2:3SPIt .
Must be sold this week. Also one / materialized hfe got frightened again something the matter with 6:Worn 7liamj 8:15pmAr., New Orleans Lv.| 8:15pmj .. ._ 9:25am '
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JOHN probably
PFEIFFER. Assistant
UMAS, Prntdsnt Cishlir.J.
cream colored horse and harness. Can C.W. there closed nearly as
t. CLARK.Vlci-Pretldent ma CuUer. J.W. ANDREWS AMlstant CI hir.or and futures stomach intestines. A furrow from .
be seen at Pou's stable. 9maylw high as yesterday; Flomaton, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.
either mouth corner passing outward,
There were light'frosts reported as 5 1 3 Trans: do not stop a.t stations I 2 I 4 I 6 I 23
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FOR SALE One good worn or driving THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK far south as' middle Alabama and may indicate something wrong with Daily I DA'.lylDrt11J\Dally where no time Is shown 1 Daily tDailyfilyl aa11
horse in 'good condition.: For Georgia. While! it may be true that the,throat or lungs.Wrinkles .
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,. it is ::7. 4: : 0 :b Lv.. ...Flomaton 2:45 1:25 8: ..: ,
low
particulars apply to clerk at Escambia' abnormally
Hotel. 5may Iw. "fNtJ COLA,',LA. temperatures also true that are good crops have been 'About the ETe. .. 5:0 s.:3:: 256.; ... .: .Century .Af'i 1:40 1:21 8:21. ..

DEPOSITORY OF UNITED made when fronts have been reported Try this lotion for wrinkles about the ... 6:1Yl ZU06.: ; .. ...Brott.SprIngs 12:33 1:1: 8:15.-: :
DESIGNATED ? STATES. later ... 5:1 .21a:20I.: \. .. .lIcDnid.: 12:22: 1:05: 8:0g.() ... .:
FOR LEASE OR RENT Districts at a. much of alum three-
SALE in these same Thirty grains .
eyes; .Pine Barren .. .... 12:08: 12:5 7: ..... -
STOCK S2 OI09. SURPLUS $69,03. bullish .. 5: 8P4'8U; ','
CAPITAL time
Houses on water front at Little Bayou date. But at the same quarters, of an ounce of thick almond .
Molino11:59 12:43 .. -
-r- ... 5:89 3:18'8:50.e .e h 17.: % .
near car line. Good bargains. DIRECTORS sentiment Is Mr.becoming is more again energetic pro-- milk and three.ounces-of rose water. I . '5:43..4:04 .. .....QuIntette .. .. .. '11:51: '12:34: 7:39. ,...
Price
Hannah Little Bayou. pounced and
Phillip
Apply to Dissolve the alum in the rose water iand j :
informaton. : : !
bullish -
8may3w Henry U Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, in promulgating of both spots!? add the almond milk drop by drop 'l1:44512:29'7:34.,5:57: : :

FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and J. M. Pfellfer W. S. Rosasco, C. W. L' mar,. : contracts Being possessed he is a factor to be beating all the time. Apply night and . .6:01'3:34: .':%3.. .. ... .Gonnlez.. .. '11:35'12:21'7:26: ..... "

log cart; good team in good condition Bryan Dunwofy,' T. F. McGourln J. Seinders: ., reckoned sad with especially in the summer morning, letting it dry in.A I ... '&-03 '3:36: '4:25.. .. .. ...Iioberts.11:33 '12:19: '7:24: ....-
and working every day. Price A. M. very, W. H. Milton, 0. E. M-sulA. I .. '6:15'2:45440 .: .. ,. .. .Olive.. .. .. .11:22.U.O '1:1S. .:'
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & W. L. Cawthon,' Dr. W. J. Hannah MJtenile Oertlag pos'tions.being made to run the Labor Saver.If .. .6:21'3:51'4.48: .. .. .. ..Brent. .. . '11:1 '11,04'709; ..... :
efforts
Co., Milton. Fla. 29aprlm Alex I M.cGo\\ln, C. M. Covinaton, M. f.. Clark. heavy The-short interest. the new crop newspapers are spread on the; . 6:25'3:54'4:52: .. ., .Gou1dlug. . ....1111'12:01: 7:05.: '.... ; '.

end Firms Sqlolt.d.Fourperoent ( month to cover has so far only suc floor before the stove when ashes are ._ _6:30 4:0115QOI\ Ar..Pen!cola Lv. 11:05 11:55 7:00.: .... !
Corporations
FOR SALE' -Lady's saddle extra Aooounts afB'Rbi Individuals the weak heart Interest much work will be <
ceeded in forcing to be removed lio; .31 f:.
good; fine Shepherd dig; also Interest Paid on Tim. Deposits. : that is always found to partially saved, for the papers can be gathered P 11 ''' I'' ''No.n ;

brand new Century Encyclopedia and cover their holdings but at the same and burned and there will be no 5:00.: ..... .. 7:00 Lv.. ..PeDMcola .. .. .Ar 10:50.. ... ..111:15: ':'

Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gad time the fear is always prevalent that up necessity for sweeping. The ashes 5:20. . ...7:13. .. ....Bohp.1Il1a. . . . . .. '10:55 -f
den'St., or. phone 2S5. 9may the ;weather might ,turn .bad and with with water before 52...... ..' 1UI. t. .. .Gull P lnt.. ... '11:33.: ... .. '10:53 '
this help the manipulators might succeed should be sprinkled I I' 5.E5. . . .. .. . :Yne3tra.! . ..... ........10:50 .
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those L HILTON ORi .Pasernasx.: T. B. MORKDTO,Ate': .04l1lI1m jrTllXNBFIEliD : in their efforts. Should they doE the pan is overturned. 5:29: ..... .. 1:18 .. .. ....Escambla.. .. . ..10:28 .. ..'10:47 -
wishing to make a successful run B. U. BUSHKTliL,CA&HHB.
should supply themselves' with a bottle Citizens National Bank higher antf while this in a measure To remove grease spots from carpets 5:45. .. . . ... .. .. ..' .Harp. . . ...... .. .. .10:32 t
of PLUTO. Now Is the season to -' would be a good thing for the south as and rugs pour boiling water on equal I 5:67.: .. .1. .. 7:35., -. .' .G 1t CIty. .. .. .. .. ... .10:21 ,J ..
prepare your stomach and liver or Peaeaeola Florida. it 'would insure a high price for the parts: of magnesia: and fuller's earth. 9 . .. ...J.I11ton.. . .. .. 10:.05 .. .. 10:16 i r
against all diseases. Pluto will do it n;?t cross. first cotton marketed it would at the Make "a,paste of this and put_ on the 6:03..7:3... .. .. .. .Good Range .. ... ..... ....... 9f? ,6<. t
For sale by all druggists and grocers a... W.Wright, Morjii Sear T.B.WellM. Biz M.Robinson L. Hdtoo Oretn.A same time cost the southerner heavily carpet while hot., Brush off when dry 7:03. ... ... 8:15.. '.. .. ...H !ts. .. ....i.. ... .. ........ 9':151 ,

wholesale by Jas McHuga. GENERAL/ BAVKfWQ KUSlNtSS TRANSACTED on his short contracts in new crop I and stains will have disappeared. 7:26. .. 8S0.. .. ....3fil.igan. .. 9:12... ... 8:5 ,

months ifor' it is generally conceded i 1:40.. .... 8:3& .. ..-' ...Crestvew.! .. .. 9:0-4.. .... ... 8:38 '. ,
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sit.uatIon that! the bulk of the short interest is: When a tooth has been' broken It i 8:09.: .. .. ...6. e.8:56.: .. '.. .Deer Land. .. ..... .. ... ... 8:03 .-
in the city for a tourist hotel south who sold October: .. . . : t
0;: held t>7 the be pulled? out or filed down. A e 8:331.. .. ,9:10.. .. Mossy: Head 8:33. 7:40 !
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet and December heavily from the start! should is often the cause of 9:16: . .. 9-35 ;; '.DeFunlak Springs . 8U: . ... 6:57 }
deep on East Government street over P' The mark for: these reasons Is being sharp tooth point e S:30.u. .... .944. :.. .. : .Am-le. .. .... ... 6:4 I
looking Seville square and Adams R : OAF! db CC> 0I" =:.e1". ruled more manipulation rather. cancer,on the tongue.To . ;.
P; :. 9:52.: .... ... 9:51.: .. ;.. Ponce DeL on. 7:44..a. 6:20 ,
street with open view of Pensacola WhoUula ua B,UU D. I*r La than, actual developments. !. .. ... 101 ., Westville.. .. 6:00 :
lay $10,000 will buy the property. Anthracite Prices are approximating 11 cents remove' Iodine stains soak the 10:121.: .... ..:;. :10.15.-.Caryvllle.: .. 7:121. . ... 5:32 f.
lapr. Steam, ,Domestic COAL and this discounts much that may, tain' in cold water, for half an hour 10:45.. .. .... 10:3 .. .0'' ...BonlfaY. . .. .. .. 6:65. ... ..:. 5-1 :v '
'and Blacksmith happen. The altuation has resolved then"cover thickly'with common soda, 11:1% .... ..... 10:47.. .. ,...ChIpey.! . .. 6:37. ... .. 4:55 !
FOR SALE Good family horse with Offlcs-:No, 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. Itself not into what.the market should and the stain will disappear.The 11:29... ..... ...10:58 ;. .. .. ..Aycock. .. .. .. 6:27. .. .. .. ':39 <
new buggy. Apply Leslie E.,Brooks, corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and ST3 legitimately do but what It. will do un-. 11:43.. ... ... 11:07.: .. h:Cottonda1e. .. 6:18. .. .. 4:4 -
Fisher Building. 6maylw Tar 'tfer existing circumstances. hair should be let loose at night 12:10... ..;. I25. ,. ..Marianna.. .. .. 6:0 .. .. 35,5 ,
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For the first time in eeveral days and a silk handkerchief! worn over the 12"U: . ... 'll.U...':. ...Cypress.h.. 5:38. .... 3i18 '
NOTICEe' the outside public showed a disposition bead improves the #eer. '12:55 .. ... *11:52.. .. ..Grand Ridge. .. ,. 5:32. .... 3:01 ,
There will be to take. *n active part in speculation .. .... 6:21. .. ... 2:48 ; '
a regu- I 1:13.. ... ... .12:02 .ft .-. .Sneads. .
lar meeting of Mt< Order Your influenced probably by the : .... .. .. 'U:15. :..Rlver Junction \ 5:10... ..... 2:30 d'

Horeb R, A. ChapterNo. ICE COAL and WOOD legitimate which their supply attention, and demand Is being features repeatedly -I would only adviss buying on weak 10:50.: .. ..... .774Pit 0 Ar ._ .Jacksonvllle.. .. Lv I 9:051.. ...... 4:0

6, on Monday' 14th, tit called as well as' the uncertainty spots, which may occur at this level AM I I I A 111 r P11
it the : '
o
: mConstimers'
at8p.m. moderate turns as
W. E. ANDERSON: Ice and Fuel Company.OfflcfrCarner 'of the new crop. Should they I manipulation and even then is for at all times uncertain; Trains 21 and 22 and"tr lns"2 and 3 carry through sleeping car betwce
continue to show this Li.
Air
i from now on Pensacola andJaeksonialle via River Junction and Seaboard
Secretary. j Chase and Tarragon Phone 25t. same interest in the market the long I CRE'AM. ': '
BOSSO'S PHONE 122*. 'Traiu atop oae aipaJ.
rather but TRY
TRY side may prove poim&r. ;; we (
BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.






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, PAGE LIGHT THE PENSASOLA 'JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY ,,12, 1906
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SIrO JRTS :., .1 '", v WEEKU REYIEOF' E 1

: 'Vigorous and ActIve 100


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:Stunning That western bunch In the- Southern .

lea'gue'musf 't e"the candy, judging by i : -Fa. F S SOUTHERN N Austin Cronin Of
For ;
the manner in'which; they are disposing Fes" Tql. > 3 $ t Syracuse, N. YM who celebrated ,
of Nashville,
the, .eastern: cr w. .U.e
Atlanta and Montgomery. Birmingham his 100th birthday

was (be only eastern team that For all for 1- last August works
Shirts purposes
it was not defeated and the Shreveport INDUSTRIES'ew \\\t daily

Pirates and Barons battled fifteen innings which Milk or. Creamis $ p >< '>> <>wx x on the streets as an employee
.4 : with'the score a.tie, when dark- usedBORDEN'S'
; ::;;:;;':<;;:: s of the
tl ness intervened and put a'stop to the f ; city and is

s{ } Our new summer shirts we ed contest three The games two and leaders the battles have have play. a familiar figure in one of

! gone "thlrty- Ix innings, Just enoughfor Corporations( Formed in Dixie: the busiest districts.fir. .
H winning more favor rming- Eagle CONDENSEDi
four ordinary games.
. ham won twelve inning contest and During the 'V1'e/' k Cronin, who has not

'!i each day. and, Shreveport in turn Thursday i MilkandColumbian.Convenient .
shutout Vaughan'S'! men, without a Just Passed. missed a days work in nine

jt t You just ought to see our ,ellsi.f run. EVAPoRATED- eafl years, attributes his splendid

St. Louis by trimming Chicago put, ZtF F't
{ play-they're in white and colorded the Cubs out of first place In the and, 'eco accompanying Chattanooga; list Tenn., arranged, May 10.-The by The : # y: physical condition and
New York is now:
i; ; pleated or soft bosoms NaUonal1eague' nomical. Suited i Tradesman shows the important new
yr
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to
to
leading; by a small'margin." Philadel-! longevity solely Duffy's
F regulation style. They're made phia.is still going some in the American modification: Industries established in 'the south
any ;vv-" .; during the'week ending t day. 'In the. Pure Malt Whiskey, which
t' Walt a view of catching the coal I lea e,'whlle .Augusta appears to IUnrweetene3TP.r. :: -; 'organized to:
capltalizatTon 'of
have a cinch on the lead In the Sallie concerns he has used since 1888.
; zephyrs that are going. league. I ..t...... develop southern resources large figures -!
> "
..11 Mille are no' novelty'and the prosper--! This vigorous and industrious old
j Also should fine gentfc.
1 you see our -
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Rich Finer ty 'of the''BtiUth 'evidenced' by 'the'
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i";; white. full dress Shirts-up to STANDING JiD RESULTS 1 fact that large' proportion 'of the'! man in a recent interview said "I have used
, . .
I' r.50.. finances'placed! In 'these;enterprises V ; '{ :..,. ;,; : 4 3 ytxt z DuSy's Pure Malt Whiskey since 1888, a
r is furnished by the 'men'of' the' south.}
Southern League.
i 'Won Lost Pct. .., While this is true; there is- a'very considerable 'fl ti 4>; :::; W., c. ? : F } period of over 17 years, and to it I attribute


i Birmingham .. .. .. ;.17 8 680' 3**. JSfP capitalists who resid north and east] and strengthens entire tnd I
and 'who recognize the value of undeveloped ates my system
New Orleans. -. .. u. .13 7 650
\: The John White Memphis. '. ,.: .12 8 600 timber, coal, iron and all mineral that I virtually become younger each

Atlanta .., ?. ,'... .12 12 500 SUMMARY OF lands as a safe p'edge for the fu-I, { 3 : >: :' > ;::::> 5 day. My work is such as demands strength
Nashville. ? ,.., 9.16 360 ture. Each c f the southern states appears -
; Phone Montgomery: .' ,. ..' 7 15 318 to be re:elvin'g its fair propor-t! and activity, qualities which I believe I have

:i Store_ 225. Little! Rock.' .-.- -. .- .-.4 18 182 THE: WEATHER tion of industrial investment, accord-1 acquired by my regular use of Duffy A
',', i ing to the character of inducement of-i y;::;>s:
Yesterday' Result fered by 'natural conditions. In th's glass of Duffy's Malt Whiskey always curd

;';.'. ''205-207 5. PAALFOX ST. New Orleans 5. Atlanta 4. day The was maximum 74 degrees temperature at 1:15 9. m.yester-and week's list for instance, will be IF'lori-found! me of any apparent illness, and is the only

Little Rock 5. Nashville 4. the minimum 65 degrees at 3 a. TO.. ; a $500,000' 'naval stores pant in ; { medicine I have any need for."
Shreveport 3, Birmingham 3 ((15 in In his of the'weather'-js- da; a $100,000' lumber company inAlabama ,
summary;
" a" company MR. AUSTIN CRONIN.
; $1,000,000, lumber
nings.) '
ter 'JY Observer Reed said: I
Memphis 3, Montgomery 2. "The weather'over the eastern halfcC'th'e in Louisiana; several large mining)
companies In Missouri hosiery and Puri Malt Whiskey
country has remain generally ; ; 9S
There 1s South Atlantic League. fair and under the influence area cotton mills in North Carolina; lumber -{I

, Won Lost Pct which is, now passing out to,3f&. over! and.flouring- mills in Oklahoma; > la an absolutely pure, gentle and Invigorating stimulant and tonic: builds up the nerve tissues.-Atonesi .up the heart,
. Augusta.i---: ; .15 7 682 the south Atlantic -coast Frosts! cotton mills in'&uth Carolina; coal, Quickens the circulation gives power to the brain strength and elasticity to the muscles, to.the.blood.It
'I 1 lumber and in Ten-' Into action all the perfect.' and enables you to get from the rood you eat the nourishment -
,i' Charleston' -. ? ..J13 9 591 formed in scattered localities this mining companies brings vital forces makes digestion, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens the system 13
, ; It contains. It is invaluable for overworked men
: Jacksonville. .. .: .:11 11 500 morning from western North Carolina: nessee; a long I'.st-of'miscellaneous: I I a promoter of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong
: Columbia. -. ? ? .. .-.10 12 454 northeastward to Maine. Temperat-, new industries in Texas, and lumber Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil, and Is the only whiskey that has been recognized as a medicine. This
tures in general have risen. The coal and miscellaneous'concerns in'' b a guarantee. '
Savannah .- .. ..10 13 435 pres-
' No Excusefor Macon... .. .. .?. .. 9 13 409 sure of the air Is low throughout the. West Virginia. I I II Do CAUTION-Dafty's not be deceived as Pure the preparations Malt Wbirkey made has up been to Imitete imitated Datly'S and substitutes are positively are Injurious being offered to the for health.sale by Dutiy's unscrupulous s sold in pereans scaled
' slope, plateau, and .Pacific: coast regions A study of the tide, of investment I a trademark rand the bboekiet otree byAdaresa
:. Yesterday's Result a disturbance being central affords a fair insight into the naturalresources druggists andnever everywhere at $1.00Dutty't ta bottle, cr you eau jet ft direct. DDoCtut b a4O medical
Malt Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
north of Montana. Light rains1 lave of the various states and! Whiskey
6
Augusta Jacksonville 5.
'. Columbia Macon 1. set in from central California" north- assists in arriving at"a clear understanding -I THE LEW .BEAR COMPANY, Distributers..
,
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r ward. There have been local, showers "
of the real development
:I the men of Pensacola wearing 111 Charleston 4, Savannah 1. in extreme northern Tenseastern I a
which the south experiencing. TheTradesman's
, Iowa Ohio and in southern Florida.. I, ___ .... .,. .. ... ....,., ,,.. '
," list for the week is as Greenville $75,000 cotton mill. Hi;!! ; -""""""" """'- '''''''''< "J;''''; '''''''' == '
1.tt111g.shoddily! made clothing. 'They National l League.
"Conditions are' still favorable. for,
follows: Rock Hill. -$400.000 cotton mill

: can now have them built to order: right New York.. .. ? !Won. .16 Lost 7 Pct.696 fair variable and winds warmer over weather this vicinity with 'light tonight Alabama.' i Tennessee.Nashville30,000 I' $$18,000,000; Paid By The EquitableIn

Chica'go ., ,;, .. .,'" .,18 8 692 and Saturday.- Birmingham-$50,000 building and. buggy factory;
: here at. home by expert tailors and Philadelphia.:15 10 600 loan company; $50,000 land company; $350,000 coal and lumber company;

Boston ./. .; .. ... 11 10 &24Pittsburgh Stomach Troubles. $60,000 cracker company. $10,000 "woodworking company.
at reasonable prices. Remember our Belma Lumber company. :Memphis $30,000 refrigeratingplant Death Claims During 1905.
.. .: v ..11 11 500 Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and 'l highly. ,
St Louis .. ... ... .t 9 13 409 I respected resident' Falspnia, M'-ar: Gadsden-:-$25,000 building. company. ; $200,000 stave and box factory;
shops are here'and every dollar we Florida. $10,000 mining: .
company.NolansvileLocust
Cincl4 aiati. .. ;'. ... & 16 360',I was -sick with stomach :.trouble for ; : pin factory. 1 ,. .Art you ,an.'Equitable: policy:holder? It has never yett
Jacksonville- 450,000 naval stores
Brooklyn. .. .-. .*.. 6 18 '
250Yesterday'
workmen In .I more than six'months.. Chamberlain'sStomach the to fulfill contract.
pay our stays Pensacola.We company;. 50.000 >,cracker works. .Dyersburg--Construction company. failed in least every
I and Liver Tablets"cured her.
.GeQrsiia. .. Knoxville SIOO'.OOO minin'g and
appreciate your business. Result'Philadelphia She says'I, oJ can now, eat 'anything IMaCOn-f26.00;: -.tend1 and;(.lC hjl loan com- manufacturing company. Insurance, RfAC (;m'( AtJ
2. Pittsburg 0. want'a the Ilnowles
I d anr proudest; womanin
;
Louis 8, Chicago the world. to"'find such a good'medi- 000 .
'paint factory.FrankllnTelephone
Atlanta-$25,000, land and machinery I
.
cine. For sale by"all. druggists -
Amerl an' :League. ;'' companyt, shoe! ,factory.? system. -io __ v. ..
Texas.
TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE' 132i Davisboro-:Cotton_gin;electric; light
Won Lost
Pct.I Beaumont
$50,000 construction
, : ,Reese & MendelTHE Philadelphia .. .. ..14 7. 667 plant '
: Columbus ice. and 'brew'ng plant.
box. company
-Paper factory ; j
Detroit t .. ... '..12 8 600' Keep the Balance Up; Gainesville-Cement stone works. i0N11N/NNN111/NNN N0111N1111NNIN1P7N
Cleveland. ':.. .....:. .12 9 571 It has been'truthfully said that; any Ashburn-$100,000 lumber company. San Angelo-$20,000 storage com- : OOLA
THE HOME TAILORS Washington .., .. .11 9 550 disturbance of the even balance! of ". Kentucky. i

St. Louis. .. .. ... ...11 '10 524 I health causes serious trouble. Nobody ulsviUe--$100.0oo burial vault pany.GaU-$5OOO cotton gin.Rusk$5,500 I Iron Works and :Supply Co. i

No. 11 N. Palafox St. New York', ,. ? u, $ 11 450Chicago. can be too. refuf, to keepi this company; plumbing( cqmjany. : ice factory.Naples$500OOO"saw .
.. ...' ? .: ....9 12 429 balance up. When people begin "to A.shland-$26, Oii'company. mill! i Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, i
company.La
Boston. ,. ... .;. .. 8 15 348 lose appetite or to get ;tirgd easily Louisianan : '" "Porte-$10,000 channel and dock FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP *
the least imprudence brings 'on 'sick Qrev.eport-$5OOO.. company; b REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, *
,sterday'. Result ness, weakness or debility. The system $1,000,000 lumber. company; $150,000 COmpany.Hemphill-Mines. b day or 'Right Agents for James McKay & Oo.'s celebrated Log and I

VVOOD Detroit 4, Washington.0. needs a tonic orayes it, and should creosot'.ng: works. 'Merk1 -$20OOO hardware company.I A Timber Dogs', also chains of all descript:ons. Office paoni 123.. Residence -
St Louis 8. Boston 3. not be denied it; and'the best tonic New Orleans-$50.00( foundry; gin- Galveston$ .OOO channel and dock phone 1029. P. 'c). Box 12S. PHIL WJTTMAN, Mgr. XI 0
Cleveland 6. New York 3. of which we have any knowledge Is gerale plant; $50,000 transportation company, ; I ................... ........N411Np001oN011N10Ills
r All Kinds that you want Hood's Sarsaparailla. "What"this medicine company.
'Phl1adelph) I..Chicago. rain.Business JaIras-$25OOO[ machine .
has done in keeping healthy people New Iberia_ -$50,000 amusement company; .. .
$16,000 rink $5,000 navigation -
company;
I OK l Men Won. healthy, in' keepIng ',up' the even comp'any.Cotton. company; $50,000 security com- '+..N1/NNNN/NNN1/N110001/1N0114NOINNIN:
AND PINE The Business Men's team defeatedthe balance of health gives it'the same Valley-$25,000 stave factory pany.

distinction as a preventive that .it enjoys ." 'Mineola-$40,000 ice light and water
Buster Brown's last night in an .
I cheaper than you can buy exciting game"of indoor baseball at as a cure; Its early :use has'.il ', Mississippi. Taylor-Rink company. I GAS HAS DONE MUCH I Ii i

,f It anywhere. Any size youwant the Y. M. a'stitch in time saves nine. Take pany. .
I 19. The game was witnessed by alarge ;Rockport $20,000 land company.
Hood's for appetite, strength,'and en- Wiggins-550,000 development com- Fort; Wbrth )Steel fence post company -I
au'diehce was fast interesting .. -
and and ,
,
1 G. SEWELL durance. pany.; ; $50,000 mines; ; $20,000 building FOR WOMANKIND. I
f{ E: omo4,500'! canning factory. cotton i
The battle last night was the second .. ', Schlater-$12,000 cotton gin.Merid'.an company(Rice-$6,000; oil compress.and' development

I, Phone 614. ning game one.:; between The Buster the teams Brown's each issued win 'DISCRIMINATING, LADIES.: : --$7,500 electric' company.Hattiesburg$50,000 company. Gas' as fuel has opened up for her the ideal Home with t

x r \ challenge to play the deciding game lumber com- Amarllk)-$50,000 lumber company. perfect service-the best living with amp?e leisure and j
18. pany. Ennis-$30,000 brick company. opportunity for higher things. ,
r Friday May The ,teams lined
': 111! as follows: up Enjoy. Using Herpicide on AccounVof'*" Shaw-Planing mill; saw mill. .Houston-$5,000 channel: and dock lie use of Gas. for cooking has reduced drudgery in the
.
Its Distinctivenes* Cleveland-Saw milL company; $5,000 channel and dock -Jcitchen and 'domestlc affairs, givin'g time for rest
(Business Men more s
: Riley
; p; Wentworth The ladies who have use'd'Newbro'a Summit-$25,000 brick' works. $5,000 oil company dock i
company; ;
c; Marsh, ,1b;/Garfield short and'soc'al enjoyment Handsome range installed conT -
Herpicide speak'of it in the t
highest
Missouri. and channel _company $15,000 lumber .
; free, for 1300. ;
stop; Brooks, short stop; Higgins 2b; terms for its quick effect in cleansingthe Center-$9,000 building company. manufacturing "company. nection V.
FANCY Watson Jb; McGee, right field. scalp of tiandruff and also for its Central-Mines. Marshall- Buster Browns-Wells; p; Lamar e; excellence as a general hair-dressing Kansas City-$170,000 building La Grange:-$35,000 cotton compress
:
: Lurton, sTjort stop; Peabody ih; Mallory It makes the scalp feel s fresh and It al-- company; oil and pipe line company; .Orange-$15,000 crate factory. I Pensacola Gas Company I

-," 2lb"WiJs6n; : 3b; Brooks shortstop lays that Itching which dandruff: will $30,000 brick company; $15,000 paper Virginia. ., f
: ; Yeage'r. left ,field;, Sims, right cause. Newbro's Herpl fde. effectively
and woodenware $10,000
' field cures dandruff as it destroys the germ lumber company. company' ; F.rederlckburg-$15OOO flouring mill. i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |
Umpires, 'BushnelJ. and Kin'g. that Causes it. The' same: Rlchhuids-$40,000 coal and coke
causes hair to fall out, and later germ baldness elevator St Louis'$10,000 distillery; $25,000' company. :111...+++..+*.*.*..,+++++++.*.+++.+.++..+.+++.+.++..j

'VESTS.I : o Nlpplea; ; In killing it. Herpicide .stops company$150,000 Investment Hampton-$300,000 public service
,
company; $15,000 !Investment corporation. .
A cure .may be effected by applying falling hair and prevents baldness.It 'company; $15,000 land $50-
company; Petersburg-$10,000 lumber com-
is also ideal hair
Chamberlain's' Salve as soon as the an. dressing, for it 000 land
company; $100,000 laundry
;
fends an aristocratic, charm pany.
.... child is I dons .nurs'ng. Wipe it off .to the $50,000
machinery company; $150,000 South Boston-$5,000 distillery.
hair that is quite distinctive. For (
,. with a soft.cloth before allowing the mining company; $17,100 supply company Norfolk-$45,000 land Shingles.
child to sale by "W. A. DIAlemberte! druggistand company. Buy
.
nurse Many trained nurses apothecary, 121 South Palaifox ; tool company; $100,000 lighting Roaaoke-$10,000 supply company. ,
AND this.
.FANCY use salve with the best '
't. results.
Price 25 .cents per box. Sold by all street or send lOc stamps for flam- plant; $1200 land company. I IJoplin West Virginia. For New Roof '
druggists pie to the Herpicide C4.rDetrojtt.Mich.: -$ ,OOO land and lumber' company Be'ington-$20,000 investment company
; concentrating plantNorth I
WHITE VESTSare i ,,- Carolina. -
-$10"0,000 machine '
works
Temple No. 14, Rath- ___mm Haw River-$26,000 mill. I ;$ OOOOO bridge company. ed.We can furnish shingles at $1.75 a thousand for N
hosiery
very popular .wit i bone Sistersdesire: to express their Evel' : Yokum-$25,000 coal company. 3; $2.25 fur- No. 2 and $3.25 for No. 1. Let us have your
!:! 1'een-$60m lumber
{smart dressers this sea. sincere .thanks to everyone who so' ,',- __ ,') pany. com- Lumberport-$20,000 industrial company order today. Remember we furnish everything for
:SOn Netting looks so kindly assisted! in making the May Creedmor-$50,000( I ;: home buUding.Saunders.
: a seat and genteel as, a Day pi.c.nic.an.d .dance, at Electric! Parka New Bern-$25,000 land transportation company. I I Frankfora1 $6,000 telephone! com

success. They especially thank themerchants JOS.COLEMANI company. 'Ipany., Mill Company,

:' WEST' !, w o..So .liberally: contributed !Aberdeen .$50,000) development'company. : Flatwoods-$100,000$10,000 gas company. Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street
't THAT'S"DIFFERENT.1 and .gaye guch valued .assistance ; Gassaway glass gas factory.company. IGrafton$60,000 I

which caused their efforts to' be so Charlotte, $100,000 cotton milL '
Charleston-Mines; $300,000 coal
successfully! carried into .execution.
t Thanks also I ENTIRE I Oklahoma. and lumber' company.
are extended to Mayor EI Reno-$150,000 mill and elevator rSTille-$5OOO oil company.
Bliss .courtesies shown. company. .-.: Buckhannon-$10,00 planing mill.

.f-" Plain white and fancy f MRS.! LIZZIE. HORSLER Duncan-$200,000 land company.: 'Marlington-:$200,000'lumber; com- 'NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
Chairman.For .
,
Oklahoma
t&- .
City-$250OyO flouring
figures in handsome patterns -v-. pany. 9

$1.00 to $2.5O. Justice:of,Supreme Court fURNISHERTO F mill Meers; $10,000$S00,000 oil company.mining. and milling Sons Veterans G. A. R. PHONE 1183. E. W. LAWRENCE,'Prop. No.8WEST ROMU.&ST

.- ,- Our line of Washable Vote for Two; company. The "W. T. Sherman Camp of Sons 4 ', -

., Four-in-Hands at'25c are' Charles': B. ,, "' Lawton-$75,000 oil mill, $25,000 gin of Veterans of the G. A. R., will: meetat .
:., *n the go. Parkhillawf and supply! company.. :JB. Wentworth's office Saturday WANTED

' / r I 'Parkland-$10,000 telephone com (lMay'th'e 12, at 7 p. m., to be musteredIn !
vi pany. > 'and perfect the organization. All
], B. Whitfield.. ., ; Blackwell $100,000 lumber com the signers, of the application from Wanted-Wanted, a home by a bright little boy, seven

ANSON pany.Roosevelt-$5,000 ; Warrington and those Woblsey.and whom did not all sign the years' old, and a sweet little girl five years old, orphans,
eleva
I Railroad: Commissioner. grain and signers and
H. 0 :Vote For for !Two. MAN AND BOY tor company.South living' ]n'Pensacola will please be thereto !{) whose father died without ,life insurance, Address "Orphan,"
,, Carolina. be mustered In and arrange for memorial -
Children's Home.
R. Hudson Burrand Gaffney-$20,000 development com. services for May 30. By orderof care

,1 f : CASH. CLOTHIER 8.t pang Greer-$10,000 | J. D.: Freedman, division commander A policy in the Union Central Life will protect our
: hardwa company. ;. J., C. Pelten, mustering officer

,N.: A.,.Blitch. D 212 S. pata .i" Mars Bluff'-$50,000lumber' com-'. Commander' W.-T. Sherman Post, 21 G. orphans.,'.;
pany. _
I earner Pililox fail MaIn.f A.R. i

TRY BOSSO" CREAM., PHONE ,1326. ;-, $50,000 Columbia land' '' company.$25,000 l\land'company; ; TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
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