<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Pensacola journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00430
 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00430
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

Full Text
"
,: '
., ,.




'.
.
.
*, "I ,
ff',



[.Latest Telegraphic News Sec Foreign aed Domestlc==Funflshed by The Associated Press L : j


wMw wr >!,J !* =
: '
x 1i
|



t You touch cen with get 25,003-in 'oufnal 16 PAGES rte..1st.. Section :"t-, ,'"fH' : :. :' 4"'j;;t,

M A I I t

Readers Dally Journal by 811 t ( t 1 I i ... (I. PAGES J.cnljf ; *. :'j. f rIII t.

using a '9"I" TO-DAY I I to 8 :": 1 (o '
I :
::
& :
,
., '.J j m ,,. r,,
t :t..e : (
THE, WEATHER: Fair Sunday and Monday; fcestoouth winds. 'i :,[ 'F ;

:',- to!. ," ;r J ri,


="VOL. IX NO. 115. .- : ,., ,tPENSACOUA' FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING MAY 13,1906, ; PRICE CENTS 1 I -cs Jtr ? l f:

-------- -
:> '
7 ,' '" : '!." :..1 i,.!,!;.

BRIBERY AND DUPLICITY PRESIDENT CAWSTICALL. EMPLOYERS DESIRE Ttt t '


,
I

OF STANDARD OIL COMPANY CRITICISED SENATE LOCATE EJ.P. BENTON ,.;.: I.Jt: J. :

-
; ; !
... q tit i !
'
I j
f H HmH"'A C.H IH '$ f 1 1

of f the Big Monopoly Made I > I # it Pensaooia Circulation ':

(pots ., AGED BRUTALLY MAN AND ASSAULTED.WIFE X* Debate on Railroad Rate ,Bill Develops MENDS I IT -#3 FUNERALS BY STRIKING DELAYED DRIVERS. .0 d Manager t I."I I."Iof
of A [ECOM
a Business Imposing S- # T TAYLOR OSHJf Some Sensational i. a fdontgomery Newspaper .' fyi' J

Customers. ?:< By Associated Press 3- p 4.4 By Associated Press Since ; ;,1
Missing 1 J
Upon S Wednesday. :
# New York May 12V-A pow *' New York May 12.-Fun- tlrllnearly (
# erfully built man early to-day %' Features. i erals in New York city to-day ii ,

# forced an entrance into the *" were subjected to serious den ,3" t..J, '
T THREE[[ NEBISHOPS tf q.
SUCCEED
f TO
# house of August Hupfer 76 a 7: lay by the strike of funeral
INFERIOR l l PRODUCT # years old choked him insensi- # v d; drivers for two dollars a week SHORTAGE HINTED -U:
Brands Statement of increase in Caskets 0$ i
;& ble and then assaulted' his wife % President pay. were
'
I ,fifty old, causing her : i ;; carried to the graves in plain ay
years
r death. The life of the ,aged Tiilman a Falsehood. wagons or on trucks and the t. ,1 i !

Systematically S y t Disposed of Under #H| have husband arrested is feared.'a" man The on police sus- #% RM K K"Fiddl W H VWH* 4.J 1 H r rf.t ft mouners rode in street cars. N: Benton Said He Was\ Going Fishing ,t : ::1i: }J:.


False Pretenses. ?! plcion. SENATOR BAILEY MAKES. SENSA last Wednesday. <':/1:,
#
.t
H -h 'fF.11xdI J! ',.,.
THONAL ATTACK ON PRESIDENT ,1// .J

INSTANCE RELATED WHERE NAIL !ng Boh" 'defeated Tennessee WHO IS DEFENDED'BY SENATOR Methodist "Conference,lGr Considers CHRIST CHURCH H R NOTHING HAS BEEN SEEN OR :; :,;"r1.r,,


AND WIRE MILL WAS FORCEDTO /! Senator b by Y from Fif' CARTER-EXECUTIVE. ACCUSEDOF and Acts Upon Recommendations HEARD. OF HIM SINCE AND EMPLOYERS '-1\;; 'r\! >' 1.'I t.r-'Y '
'

CLOSE DOWN BECAUSE THE TELEPHONE teen to Twenty Thousand. BEING, A MAN, .OF,:',CLAY. AND 'of Comm ittees. AND BONDSMEN ANXlOUS ,I '}' ,} ) .

> _4.ByAssociated. -.+LITTLE FEAR EXPRESSED ':" 1't r
INSTIGATED AGENTS COMMON-v'CLAY ,
STANDARD "VERY AT NEW ORGANIS N NI > ., ?1 i 1 .r.
Press
Associated Press. '', r
By CONCERNING HIS PERSONALi .I
TO PUT SAND IN PRODUCT OF THAT." .
12. At today'ssession
12.-The Americanwill Birmingham, May
STRIKE Nashilb.May '
COMPETITORS. ISillFF to-morrow that former'Governor of the general conference ol !SAFETY. 1''., 't" ';t t
say
the 'Method's Episcopal Church,
.
Robert L Taylor was nominatedin By Associated Press. South the committee, on ,episcopacy I READY /;'. ': :i1

the democratic primaries for Washington' play, 1 2The Senate recommended the election of three The whereabouts of- one J. P. Beafc, :,.. ,..
By AssociatePs"! United States senator over E. W. Car,, : r new bishops It recommended the t i 1
Chicago, May 12.-The investigation N T mack, by a majority of from fifteento 'proceedings to-day were.;. devoted exclusively continuation of Bishops Granberry and I ton, a young man about 2? years of { : ".. O' ,

of the Interstate Commerce Comnrs-! to the railroad rate bill: Fitzgerald on the superannuated list! age erstwhile manager of circulatioa: ;;"4 ,t t

ion into the relations between the twenty thousand votes. Carmarck which included many interestjng and, and that of Bishop Duncan be granted for the :Montgomery Advertiser In,1", r .}\
Mammoth New Musical (Instrument
S'anard! Oil Co. and the railroads was _.__ I II retires after one term in the senate! i
-- I some sensational features, ,among the twelve mopths exemption from active this city is giving hs} employers: and t ttJ i

concluded today as far as this sec following a term as member of the latter being a statement by, Senator, duty on account of-$1 health. The I Will Be Used for ethers a great deal of concern. 'J t l .1 '
:
tion is concerned. It will be resumedin Union Men State that Only Imported lower house.TENNESSEEANS. salaries of active.bishops, was fixed at ,j '. .
Cleveland on May 24. I \ Tiilman covering the details;of his and I It is understood from a reliable ; i "
I I four thousand dollars, superannuated
i
F S. H.b-bs.! of Peoria for thirteen Non-Union Men are VOTEDDIRECT I Senator Bailey's negotiations, through j bishops at two ,thousand and widows First Time. source that Benton is shy in his accounts /J :.;( .

rears in the employ of the Standards FOR SENATOR former Senator Chandler: 'with the of deceased "bishops at one thousand with his paper to the extent 01: .tk i :i;

a government witness today. He Working. president, and Senator ,Lodge's repr.1! dollars each. I The new which has lately $100.), It is also understood that fi f:'. J.. :.1.,
how of the Standard organ
demonstrated agents
Nashville May 12.-For the first president less The education: committee recom- i',
for the Scarcely exciting he reported that he had paltf the \ ': 'L,
tricked customers into thinkingthe teen erected in Christ Church (
time in the history of Tennessee the! was the attack,upon .the presi- mended that steps be taken to perfect board and room rent of two of his so- I: 1 1llcltors / i
product of their company was su ;
title of the Vande&ilt University in: this city and which will be dedicatedI
perior when actually it was Inferior STRIKERS ISSUE A CARD IN democratic voters to-day voted directly dent by Bailey and his, c defense by the Methodist Church South. I I used for the first time, at the for the past week,, that is the 'i |1': i

{o the product of the independent com- THEIR SIDE OF THE for a United States senator to succeed ; Senator Carter. Senator Tillman'aI;) The temperance committee reported I week ending Saturday May 5, but both 5.1 :
WHICH I I church services this morning, is the '
panies. He gave the names of men Senator E. W. Carmack. He was the president had referred slightly to a resolution that parents make' of the solicitors deny this imputation. ; i f : '. '

whom he had bribed to give informaTion CASE IS STATED-WILL USE NO opposed for re-election; by former Governor Senators. Knox Foraker and Spoonerand earnest efforts TO save their,fooys from! largest, most modern and complete I It is also stated that the carrier boy ;'y;f: '
the business of ;[ in the state ranks
of competitors andon the cigarette habit and that :young organ and among
Robert L. Taylor. Senator Lodge sal4he' president I boys shy their for the ,
DIS- are salary -
.
cross examination declared: :: VIOLENCE AND WILL NOT preachers be advised a'gainst the use the finest in the south. 5--r" r

"The Standard Oil Company is doin''; Taylor's campaign managers tonight cha.racterized the statement f as a of tobacco. tFREEDOM I This instrument, which ]Is a com- week ending May 5, or at least were, .;; : ,' .

all these things today." i i ''REGARID THE LAW. claim Taylor"s> nomination by falsehood. ? until made good by representatives : ;
.t t I-lete three manual organ, is built in =
Other witnesses told of bribing employees fifteen thousand! plurality .over, Car- Senator Bailey's criticism, of the two divisions placed at different ends of the Montgomery paper. :. ,7 i
of railroads and manufac I OF THE .
luring! companies relating an instance The statement, that the telephone mack. Of twenty-five counties heard rresident was made in response to ai of the church. One division, the Missing Since Wednesday. ":i'I. <" '. -
Indianawas settled Is from Shelby is the only one to give speech by Senator Carter;.lauding the The last seen or heard of Benton :: .
where a nail and wire mill] in linemen's strike has been Carmack great organ with its appropriate heavy .
a substantial majority, PRESS IN INDIANABy ,
compelled to shut down because denied in most emphatic terms .toy chief executive in high' :terms and contrasting -I I pedals being on a specially provided was last Wednesday morning abouS ..;. ; ,

grit: had been placed in the oil put Chairman Snyder of; the grievance his course with that of the the i 6 o'clock, when he informed the board- ," .. ',_ I
I gallery over the main entrance
rbiwd of' an independent concern at of the .strikers. In fact" I Texas senator arndoUierdemocrats I {
committee CONFEDERATE -! .
mistress of
; I nave of the church, while the ing of one his solicitors -
Associated :
the instance of a Standard salesman: the strikers state that the men,working = who, he said, "ha dQ'oav' 'bat little By Press. 'swell"l : 1 t
May'12.--b"red L. and"choir"-organs with their solicitor [lo .
Pur- to o'elivertha.
Company meet the demands of the people for I Indianapolis, notify the .'
Bell Telephone
for the union men, but on GENERAL DEAD railroad legislation. Senator Bailey dy editor and 'publisher pf :;.the, Indianapolis : !,panying pedal organ, are placed accom-j rapers to the carrier that morning a.s" 1

TRAMMELLACQUITTED at'present are not here accused the president of variabilityand Sun .was sentenced 4to thirty)organ chamber attached to he did not think that he would be at- 'w'> t ,

the contrary, are men imported their said instead of being: a man of days in jail and to pay a fine of $250 eel. The console containing the key-I the office at the proper time to do so',: "
places.
the to take I
toy company By Associated Press. iron he was a man of clay and "very by _Judge Alford of the Marion county boards is placed on the opposite side .I timself. :
such as
refer to men
The strikers" Roanoke Va., May 12.-General G. common clay, at that." criminal court for editorial critic'smi: i In the chancel, the connections from I. Benton, it is understood, told soma ,-

"scabs. whichis C. Wharton, C. S. .A, is dead 'at his -Actual accomplishments of the day of Judge Alford's course in the recent]! the.keys etc., to the different parts of of his friends Tuesday night that he '. '

I The following communication home in Radford Va.aged 82 years: consisted of completion of consideration indictment of Chief of Police Metzger) the organ being by electricpneumaticaction I was going fishing. From what can '
been received: '
By Associated Press self-explanatory has which is silent and learned Benton borrowed rented
be or :
He was one of $the best known men in of the Allison amendments cover- for an alleged assault on prisoners. instantane-j
Ttothan, Ala. Trammel in an afternoon pub The wind I Mr. Bloomer 'V:dnes-
May 12.Byron There appeared roomand ous. supply is a skiff from a -
taken from court
Southwest Virginia and did much toe ing review by the courts of orders of Purdy was the ; f
!, of Pensacola an article saying double feeders I to fishing, and since
lication cate acting
: postmaster at Dothan was acquitted the development of the coal fields. H s I the interstate commerce commission: locked up. operated cay morning go
today of the murder of Robert the telephone strike of the linemen by two Spencer water moters placed I then nothing ha. been heard of him <
served through the Mexican war and There! were adopted: as presented by
TSarnes I whom he accused of undue intimacy had been declared off and the strik i ir the basement of the church. nor has his body been found in the !"
entered the Confederate service as the Iowa senator, showing! almost perfect Small! Blaze. I
with his wife. The defense ers had gone back to work. We wish. \ The organ was built by an organ
colonel of infantry. He rose to the agreement among the republican The fire department was called out I 11 I bay.In
urged temporary insanity. The jury to state to the public that the strike I: rank of brigadier general, having sEnators LaFollette continued to I yesterday morning about 9 o'clock to company of Hartford, Conn., on their view of developments concerning ;
was out seventeen hours. has not been declared off but the ratented universal wind-chest system.: r the accounts of young Benton, little '
residence -
taken part in all the principal battlesof vote with the democrats. extinguish a small blaze in the
I union men are still out and,that those Southwest Virginia and East Ten When the senate adjourned at six of S. J. Gonzalez, on North The company's representative, G. B. fear is expressed concerning his safetyby

men who went to "work,today are nonunion nessee until 1864 when he joinea'( o'clock there were still prospects of'Spring street The damage was Fertig erected the organ in the his former associates. They seem ;
MRS.I DAVIS IS men who were Imported by the Early. much debate. .slight. church, and it has been voiced and to be of the opinion that the circulation .. "
I the I tuned by the company's expert in this manager has, to use a slang expression .
to take places '
telephone company
_._ __________ ____ '
n work Frank M. King.. The instrumentis "blowed" the town and left
This is the third
union
NEAR TO DEATH of the men. '. *
crowd of "strike breakers" to arrivein ,, i. guaranteed to represent the highest for parts unknown.
; development in modern organ con- Wife Left Monday.It .
the city, the other two, composedof
,
eight men refusing to work after struction. is stated that Benton sent his .. '
By Associated Press There are about two thousand pipesin
what they mere Imported wife out of the city :Monday night and '
New York. :May 12.-Airs. Jeffertoi finding: out the two divisions distributed as ",
destination is Milwaukee : .
presumably
bier
Davis who has been ill for here for.
several follows: the great organ has eight ',
days: at Hotel Gerard in this city is The union men called on two of ths I ;y; .. stops (sets of pipes) the "swell" thirteen from what has been said. <";. .
were his wife resided East'
Eenton on .
reported in a sinking condition to new men by appointment and -- '---;:- -- the "choir' six and the pedal and ,

night. Fears for the worse are entertained treated very civilly by these two, but ., -,. organ five; there are twenty couplersand Government street ana1 household it is alleged! : :> .
that he sold all of his goods .
conference had been ,concluded '
( the
by watchers.AUXILIARY. before numerous combination pistons : '
one of the foremen -broke in and pedals and, other accessories. : before his wife left, or immediately -
That is the '
after her departure.
and made some very threatening re (t The erection of this large instrument ,
.
.; goods were removed from the lose! ,
marks ordered us' away from the hotel ( the principal portions 'of it became
PICNIC and It presumed by those familiar, ,
is
and in other ways showed his sup- possible by gifts from friendsof '
that the
with conditions goods were,
posed authority, and un-American by the church. Tins first< of these gifts i "
disposed of by the man.
GREAT SUCCESSThe trying to deny men the right of con- was the donation by E. F. Skinner of young \ ",
'
,1
versation and free speech. the grand gallery division which, as Others Stuck. ,
We propose to conduct, our flit A ,, mentioned above, consists of the great The Montgomery Advertiser is not; -

annual picnic of the Ladies'\ which' is for principle on a high p'ane organ and the large pedal pipes, forming the only paper to suffer financially by- .

Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive and believe success, will crown our the foundation of the instrument. the sudden absence of Benton. In con .

: engineers Division No. 225,, j efforts. We will not engage in via jYGkA This handsome gift was a nucleus on I section with managing the circulation "

at Magnolia Bluff Friday was a sue- lence or disregard the law. which to build! and soon afterwardsthe of the Advertiser it is stated that

te-s in everv particular. .The crowd STRIKE COMMITTEE, .' "swell" organ, which is unusually I Benton represented: an Atlanta paper" -

that attended exceeded the fondest ex. Mr. Snyder discussing the matter large and powerful was donated by I and his bondsmen had to make good .

isolations of the ''Promoters and those called three friends', members of the church; some shortage. ,
by
last night, stated that he appointment a- I
present enjoyed themselves} immensely on two of the new men at the stop "Vox Humana" is also a I Appeared as Model.
special gift and the completion! of the I
their hotel. While there he was ordered Benton, previous to his present
Games of all kind's were on andrrzes scheme has been carried out by private -I i
considered model
] away by an imported foreman, trouble was a young
were awarded in several infiances. -I subscription by which the choir his friends and the .
i commun'
man by '
stated
who Mr. Snyder broadly proclaimed ;
For the best unmarried: organ and chancel pedals have been) ..
In ( .
that no union man could have ity in general. appearances an
the of' .. '
Miss Johanna Christorchssa added, so that with exception .
sneers A Disposition he was rather feminine
to do with the new men.
anything
which has been '
von the ladies prize and James Smith a small echo organ :
and as far as known neither drank
This insult Mr. Snyder stated that he
,' for, the now stands as
Us successful in the masculine line prepared organ I
gambled. He appeared to be all t
have resented for the fact. ror
would only '
Mr and Mrs. R. J. Adkinson provedthe originally designed. It is a credit to. successful
that leads to a business
best'married dancers and won the that he had another important appointment -' the city as well as to the church in
I-rize with a gentleman and further I which it stands an the public is informed career.
Tuesday night
The show treat. The that he does not desire to say or doa by the organist that he hopes :Benton was seen
baby was a about 11 o'clock by Mr. Neal one cf ;
prize for the best looking baby under thing that will give the slightest to soon arrange for a recital on it by the Advertiser solicitors. '1 thought !
for the that the strikersare recitalists, that the public -
three of was awarded to excuse cry expert organ late'j
years age it strange to see Benton out so *
Charles and the child of using violence. may have an opportunity to hear'it '', a
Van 'Meter at night," said Mr. Neal, "I knew that ,J
Mr and Mrs. Cunningham proved the to best advantage' the beauties andcapabilifies he usually was at home early each

test! looking youngster over, three CHILD GUILTY ot this, fine instrument. evening. I chided him about his late .

fear, of age. tours. We walked on Government

Rube Nichelson. by a large majority I street a few hundred feet, when suddenly

proved' the most popular candidate on OF MANSLAUGHTERBy SECOND SESSION f he stopped and stated that be 1.
the grounds and was awarded a stag must return and tell the boys comb :'

torn inkstand to grace his desk ife I I thing about where to find the boat. Ithought Ii :'
Is successful in the race next Tuesday Associated Press OF BAPTISTS nothing more about the mat
,
I f
Charlotte N. C, May 12.-Susie ,! ter, until his non-appearance and the '
The members of the auxiliary de- developments concerning him." : :
white aged twelve recent
years
Hannon, : Sy Associated Press. I f !
tire donations
to return thanks for Accounts. 0 ;
at
found guilty..of-manslaughter Checking Up
Jade! to the picnic by the merchants was :: ;" : .. 1 Chattanooga May 12.-The second I
tnj: the public in general for the Concord, N.
liberal patronage and to The Journaland not yet been passed, She shot and ..-. i. '.-t' convention openetf( with devotional ex I department of the Montgomery Advertiser -
killed a young man In her father'shome v 'f ercises lasting an hour. The remainder arrive yesterday and is busily
Hon. John S. Beard for courte-- /
I
.
ales! some weeks ago. !Her counsel :\ of the morning session was devoted -I engaged In checking up the accounts'
extended.
declared ,it "was in ,se -defense.I v.'ta\\ "J', c.:...,,'j,'" '. to Sunday schools aad affairs of the lot Benton. .', ;

SWCOTIST PLACED BEHIND 4i.f, !: /-. '. ,"'. itT'! ,' } Southern Theological Seminary at Benton may have been drowned! ,
SWING ," ',- Louisville. the speakers on but little belief is expressed concerning '-" .
BARS OF COUNTY JAIL FELL: FROM '.''' ';' Among <, k
LEG i i E. such fate being meted out to the .:
BROKE-.HIS President
-
a
AND .1 the latter subject were,
Alvin' Milner, a negro tried to shoot ;: ; believad by his
Y. Mullins. and Joshua Levering young manIt is
last i1nhlfl'ame >
Pine Barren Tuesday.
JP had his of trustees. The former business associates that he 1 Is ,
and Oscar Wilkinson, a youth 1' president the board
with another '
b angry negro broken Friday by falling' from aswing. I _- : atternoon session was devoted to safe and well, though they statejhat

\ "a*>an injured.shooting.Milner Fortunately was brought no one to leg .' He was conveyed to his' home SEASIDE RESORT' PRUPIbIIF7flrUR'-L1! UK-LIVE-LY TH.EREOW., Mk. SEA SEiPENT,'THS SEASON_ li'ILL. borne missions and .miscellaneousbusiness. it is possible that he Is filling :'a,

I the! at last accounts,he was resting ': AP' NCE. watery grave -
where YOUR
Sheriff and REPORT _
pity by Deputy Sanders SOON BE ON. AND IiE gtE'v5 'YOUR, TRIfTHJ. JL PRESS AGENT TO _- '

.1odeed in the county, ,jail- easy. .
1
,
-
.1j,
f


." :,: '\ : : .:'
.f
,\ .. 55- _-< "" ) -." ,, .J A-.tt, "T< .,_,, '. !, _"': ; .. ...
# ;;"... :- ,, .ri- .1 0 : .
L ri '''' :' ;: .!1it--/ff! 4"S1. d.o,:.._'_ =", ';% '; : .:;'" "" ;1-:';';:: :"" "-- ,' --'. _"'_-,' t f_', __ _" __" "__
=
.
.
__...r -._ .k.; _I !_ -" ,-- -- --- '" --



:. 't.:; '- ';,;:. \:1.o'i":"" ,, :: ]:" ':rtt. -1 -' iV- .- #
.j
fi_
'
(

,
_.- "-
-' -' -
< -WUSE/TWO,,: }>: j'j'I: : : PE:, _N.SA.COLA. ., JOURNAL, SUIt:e ill ,Mq.RN'N.MAY! J : 13 1.o s,.. ;,: .,K ., s

.L. C' .
{ "'" '-- v" "" --=
7'-
: r
.. .
.
.. .
t : '?\ U JU ) 1J 1 1 1) t) t) t


'-: t" :-'.', _. CUBAN N r PDCH [ER

.j.r.\, : ; : i t '. .... ,: .
;jl''t; .'t 1i(. _:' : Wrn Soiir
"ji J hnso
j[ :1 ;: .
: U' i t.
.
,,;, '. ". ,. .. : 7l!' ""
) I n4 ;. ..' .':, ,:0 ', \ <, ..;. '- ; :" 'i.:1W---; : ;: '* 1'I ON N FLORIDA Incorporated



.1 r E F i 'Go to the Polls: MONDAY'S SPECIAL SELLING. t

,. .. :-, '. :: C J .
= : : i
f'l.$ COASTp : .Let these Unmatched Offerings illustrate our control of value giving. Each +

&Ax JLTUESDAY. ; II I I Ii II i i' one..money saver. Always having just what we advertise, and


United S C tl and )
'

; and Vote for theRENOMINATIOII' City of Havana Suffering : CLEARANCE" ,-.SALE OF LIBERTY SILK (MercerizedYou ,


"" Thereby ; can't tell it from: the real Silk. Will wear well and can be washed. ,

:,. ': -. .. Many patterns select. from. Special, I3c yard. ,
__ 'Tha following sensational story oCuban [
.;s. : poaching! of fish among the "

.' '.:',:."''!II' ''' Florida keys, appears In the Havana ANNUAL A SALE OF FINE TOILET SOAP. fefe
'o'1", '.;. J, '": '" Post of April 30, and if true should L
< \.; ::+-;; bring a hasty 'response and prevents Fine Art Soap 3 cakes to each box. Special, I9c a box.

....,.4- : .':. ":r -:,:',<....,..f.. '. ; ". ties tive:, from the1 United States ,.authori, & .. ;: ,, Super-Tar Transparent Soap, for shampoo and general use, 3 cakes to

-I- '.,: '. .. 7 t.;' ., "The. United States Is being robbed ftv : each, box. Special 29c a box.

.. .' : I, ; of Its fish by poachers who thereon
"
feed the city of..Havana to the detriment II- "' :

of this city. The Cuban government 'ARNOLD BROADCLOTH (COTTON) .
Is robbed of direct loss -
being a

J. S. ROBERTS : ; Cuban in revenue fisheries and. has the been-death rung knell unless! o t r For Summer wear. Very serviceable for Skirts. A full line of cplors,

it can be .stoppsc.1. including black. Special, J 19c. .,
-
t "This) is th? emphatic statemen 1
made Manuel of the
.. by Lena, one
'. most intellegent of'Cuban fishermen UNDER-PRICE SALE OF TOWELS. fefe
:
: who lives at Pecante del Morro. -
-- who !is now-serving: his first term as According to Lana there are 9,000'. 10 dozen All-Linen Fringed Towels. Special, 5c. I
., pounds) of 1 5'
fish at :
i" '* ,: a minimum and
.. 000 pounds at 'a maximum consumed 10 dozen Fringed Damask Towels, red and blue border; 10 Doz. Granite f$,

COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR to Havanadaily.; Of this amount fully Linen Towels, full size. Extra 25c each.
80 per' cent are poached from the l
shallowwater of the Florida shoals J

with some additional poaching fro is, FASHIONABLE WASH FABRICS (For Summer Wear )
the-Bound ,of, Yucatan.. ,

...... ... fish, The themselves.proof:;of the There poaching are two is in classes th.o-' Arnold Dotted Swiss Muslin, beautiful sheer goods, can be washed; a t

of fish used 1ICth1-g market and choice line of patterns to select from, J I5c. .
.widely known TsfTJisi cnerno Amen fr
cano and the cherno creola. The latter = -
'- -.--. Is the choicest .
fish of the two.The REGINA BATISTE.
-- ,
cherno 'isrnol a 'dteep water fish, >

I I1NRYCLOPTON'SPLATPORM ''N. MoKOERTjfllG as eE'Vel-aI'days'alter is shown>y fact being that'taken.he'lives He for icaught Is j Measuring 32 inches, choice patterns, cool and airy, a splendid value s

in from nins to twelve fathomsand for the money, J lOc.

FOR is a habitual of the bottoms. The
,COLLECTORHE '
cherno Am 'cano does not exist he_** '
Candidate for County Commissioner )' and yet they, are said to be"the most MERCERIZED DE 'L INO N.
commonly seen fish in th.& ]local markets
Tells IS MAKING A STRONG 'CAM.PAIGNAND : -' ;;J Very soft and clinging, pure white, with floral and snadow check
What He Will
I ,
I Ships of the Night %
25 and 35c the
wti designs yard.
y a HIS FRIENDS BE. "There sails out from this port, according ,
Stand for if Elected. d JMyY W. LI EVE THAT to Lena,'a fleet of ships,'about k JI.J tt
HE WILL:
,k )f'I1 BE thirty In number. The fleet 'is, composed ftft
Hpn. Henry C. Clopton, former! NOMINATED TUES of everything from the bark to READY-TO-WEAR WAISTS. r
H the small bo .t. In a few hours run
county commissioner! three years agoa DAY'S ELECTION.Neils with a fair wind they are off the Flor Slightly soiled from handling, at 99c and $1.59. Five dozen Sheer P

representative Escambia. county : ida keys. There they hide along the( White Lawn Waists both and
plain fancy. the Waist '
Positively
In the state legislature, and nowa inadequate "pttr> l1ed coast, sieking l greatest
candidate for county commissionerfrom '.Y q9 refuge in thy channels of the keys and : values of the season. s
McKinzie
District No. 4, is making a run ,4 y Osrting is making a along the shoalwaters.:
that promise.big things by May 15. A PK .'sY! vigorous campaign for the office! of "In two days the larger ones ofttn .
;
Ha was at Ferry Pass Saturdayand county tax collector and his friends take much P F
as a.24,000 pounds ci fish n 3" '3"nr ,
m
in his speech there he announcedthe are already predicting victory for because they;'do not hesitate 'to ass' l fM "

following as some of the main him.Nearly everything front;the deadly trap tothe; -
policies which he will stand for it he everyone in the ,county creeping trawfc'Then
Is elected: knows him and he has tha esteem evasion of the_United comes States: the patrols easy, 1 '1004PN.+:0.'eN:":+:+'r0'S 0.31:+:+i0'rM'e0 .X+Otto;+?+:":" .
-
and confidence '
A Fine Platform. of everyone. the quick run to 'Havana and the disposal : I
favor the working of all public of the':'ill-gotten :
The
roads keeping them in passible! condition boats ar.e mostly/vtvores those cargo.which i Services at the Churches I Excursiong
and a liberal appropriation for s t. .. are'supplied with" floating crates to
(be permanent'Improvement of these keep the'"cargo alive for the market. .
r03l S. z Appeal to Government O.y 1040tt fttlttlttl: +.'+1 rr1:+i0 '"i 1rr0;P0'i+i'0'i OS+:+:+$.0:'O:''':''
I favor economy in the administration .. "AE.ap' ea.1, says Lena was made to
of the affairs of th.9 county.I tile uuoan government. It was in the t
favor the payment; of all just. .HENRY C. CLOPTONSUMMARY form of a petition that was signed by There will be no services today at.i services today a number will be admitted I

claims against the county. '.' '.%.,. the majority of the Cuban fishermen, the First Baptist church, nor at St.:: ; to.the church. ioD&y t
A "Business church, Warrington or the Gadsden Street Methodist Church-
Country Man. =M1l.Py a litffie! army of 300 mn. A delay'followed John's !
Mr. Clopton is one of Escambid OF In answering and when it came Century Mis 'on. Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor. Regular;
county's best farmers-he is a "bu&i- there was a polite letter from the of. The revival meetings of the Palafox services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sun: ..t
ness! man," who lives in the country ficial in charge,to the effect that there Methodist church continue to attract!!i day school 9:30 a. m. J. B. Tiller,I -: .tt
.
fAs
and makes a business success of hi3 THE WEAFHER n' r 3. was no redrew at this end inasmuch as large crowds and will be continued Supt Epworth League 6:30 p. m. I Tug Monarch to Life
farm-and he could ba expected to s S? fi awl= the Cuban patrol is of necessity email -during the week. At the morning I I Muscogee Wharf-Rev. F. A. Rog:
give the county's business the same s. b@ and the fishermen who poach are all service a number will be admitted to ers, pastor. Sunday school 3 p. ill.!I
considerate attention which he da The maximum temperature yesterday Sf $Vt'iifa'' 1. aware that if they are taken by the the ;-church. T. L. Briggs supt. Preaching 4 p. m. Saving Station and Gull i
votes to his own business in the coup was 16 degrees at 2 p. m. and the United States they ,wfil be lined and Evangelist C. M. Pullias of Tennessee 1 1t
try. Everyone knows him and he has minimum &7 degrees at 5 a. m. confiscated.: who i is conducting meetings at Church of ChristChurch Leaving Palafox Wharf at t
the confidence of the people all overEscambia In his summary of the weather :yesterday "The poachers claim that they take Church of Christ is greatly encouraged of Christ cor. Jackson and
county. Observer Reed said: fish outside the three-mile limit and with the work that is being done Alcaniz Streets. Bible school 10 3 o'clock. 'f
'Xbnditlo over the central north, that they are therefore taken on. the and will continue the meetings every a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45p. -
For Railroad Commissioner the northwest, and extreme west have high seas, to which they are entitled. night this week at 7:45. m. by Evangelist C. M. Pullias, of -- -- ,
{Vote for Two: become unsettled. Local thunderstorms "The contention of the local fishermen The order of services at the various: Tennessee, who will continue the
R. Hudson Burrand 'are reported from the Ohio'alle which they assert they can churches in Pensacola today will be I through the week, preach'ngeach services PENSACOLABUILDING :
'\ extreme northern Texas and prove is that the fish that are landed as follows: I
southern Utah, accompanied during on this market are not a "high sea evening at 7:45: o'clock. All are
the night at'Amarlllo Texas fish." 'cordially Invited.
,
by a '
.
N A. Blitch hailstorm. Light showers extend from Catholic. .
"It is probable that such a demand St. Michael's Church. First mass 7 ASSOCIA TION.
Lutheran Church.
Ohio eastward through southern Newj I will be made that the
United States
children's 9 o'clock
mass
nor Justice of Supreme Court. York; elsewhere,. the weather since''' NEILS McK. OERTING will take the matter up, and that the o'clock; o'clock ; German Lutheran Ciurch-Rev. J.
10:30 and
last
:Vote for Two: Friday morning has remained! fair' Cuban government will discover some benediction mass 7:30 p. m. ; vespers F. W. ReInhardt, pastor. Sunday CONTRACTORS AND BUUDEF5
being remarkably free from cloudiness! weans of school 9 a. m. German service 10:30a.
Charles B. Parkhilland ever the South Atlantic and ist> He served the city i in the capacityof protecting her n et. St. Joseph's Church-Sunday 7 a- m. m. English service 7:30 p: m. : Repairn'g and /building of ail' .iition. 'J-
.
Gulf states where the has tax collector for ten years, and Low Mass and instruction; S a. m. An up-to-date firm on aii <*
f
pressure I'or; Scandinavian Lutheran
Justice Church ,
risen the barometer when ha left that office he carried a of Supreme. Court Sunday school; 10 a. m. High Mass Services date street Office 210 DH.u., -
being generally Vote for Two at 10:30: a. m. and 6
high'this morning along the Atlantic[ good record .with him. In fact, he has : and instruction; 5 p. m. Vespers, Rosary Rev. Helle pastor p. m. Call! and see us.
]. B. Whitfield. coast. Temperatures in general have always been faithful official and has. 7. L. Clarke and Benediction of the Blessed .
continued to rise, at 7 a. m., ranging) a strong following in the present fight.! and Sacrament Mass during the week is 1 Jas. M. Johnson, Manager.L .
JUST IN-A BIG LINE OF THE from 64 to 68 degrees in the upper Mr. Oerting has lived In Pensacola II'' Charles B. Parkhill 'at 7:30 a. m. except on'Mondays and Baptist. Reddenback Asst.
CELEBRATED BUCKSKIN :Mississippi valley and over the west all of his life 'ana' has always been, Fridays, when It is at 8 a. m. During First Baptist Church Sunday Manager.
'BREECHES. ''EVERY PAIR GUAR: ern" portion'' of the lake region. ,! Identified with every movement for For Railroad May, and October Mass is at 8 a. m. school 9:30 a. m. No other service -
ANTEEO. fcFair weather will continue over the upbuilding of Pensacola a.nd Bs- Vote for Two: Commissioners. Confessions in the evenings before East Hill Baptist Church, 11th Ave.
F. E. BRAWN ER'S this vicinity through Sunday, becom will cambiacounty. If he is elected he Sundays, Holy Days'ot Obligation and and Chase Street-Rev. J. W. Sent r- Great
Department Store ing'warmer"to--night. along the collector unquestionably his make a good tax E. B. BAILEYand Fiat Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a.
West Florida coast win be variable tax as long experience as city Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by m. Preaching every second and fourth

ICE CREAM AT 90c PER GALLON mrstly from the northeast" ,|I I tion.collector qualifieshim for the posit N. A. BLITCH appointment. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
AND 50c PER HALF GALLON AT Prayer meeting every Tuesday night
()SISoS, ICE CREAM FACTORY: .The Catbrii4. Episcopal.Christ at 7:30 O'clock. Reduction'
SUNDAY ONLY. PHONE 1326. 'He Is very graceful. THOS. F. WRIGHTON Church-Rev, P. H. Whaley West Hill Baptist church W. Jackson in
I D. D. Rector. Services will be held street-Rev. J. W.
He is saucy and flirtatious. Senterfit pa s-,,
\For Justice of Supreme 730'and 11 a. m. Sunday school as tor. Sunday school 10
Court.
a.
m. Preach I
He Is also one of the sweetest -
sing TO THE: VOTERS usual.Sts. '
:
Vote for Two: ing every first and third Sunday at 11
T. L. Clarke ers., ; Katharine's Cervantes and Davis a. m. and( 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting
He sometimes mews like a cat;hence -
street Rev. Andrew T.Sharpe S. every Sunday 7 p. m.
and his name. T.. B. rector. a !
Charles B. Parkhill He Imitates wonderfully the Bongs HE STATES HIS POSITION. I IN Sundays: 7:30: a m. Holy Communion Presbyterian. I Eyo Glasse

of other birds. CAMPAIGN.. ran OFFICE ,OF ; 9:30. a. m. Sunday school; 11 a.' First Presbyterian Church-Rev. !'
,
HUMOR OF THE HOURA lie has, been' heard! to Imitate per- t 2 m Morning Prayer and Sermon (First Julian S. SIbley, pastor. Sunday
fectly a strain;,"from "Yankee Doodle." NTY'TKEASU: R;. 1 and'third Sundays, Holy Communion) school 9:30: a. m, Christian Endeavor" ,
-
His Is 5 'p..,m, Evening Prayer and sermon. 4:30:
song a medley ot-all the odd p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
DlfficMlty Solved. and quaint sounds he has been able to To the Voters Week days-5 p. m. Wednesdays and, and 7:30 p. m.,
:One Sunday a of Escambia'County:
Philadelphia We
young collect Fridays. Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave are now sellingHawkes'
lady had her dearest friend a Bryn On Tuesday you will be called upon ,
Saints Days-10 a. m. Holy Com nue Missionjit3:30
lIe is not afraid of man and builds p..m. C. F. Zeek
to make choice
for
Vawr girl, come to spend the day and :your county offi munion. superintendent. All
frequently close to door: are coralally in
your wish
cers.
to remind
you that I am
evening. Incidentally quite a numberof St. John's Church Warrington- vited.
He livesrcfatefly on insects, destroyIng asking for votes for
young men dropped in, and so your county Rev. J. R. Bicknell, priest in charge.No '. ,
incredible treasurer.I .
numbers, but he also
charmed were they with the taking services today. Christian.
ways of the college maiden and her poaches upon the farmer's cherries and am the candidate of no bank nor Century Mission=-ReJ. R. Bicknell. First ..Christian church 43 E.
naive manner of showing 'her entire strawberries. I have corporate not promised Interest 'of any bank kind. I'Through the Golden GateRelief nriest.In.charge. No.services, t a Gregory street. Sunday school l $2.50 Eye Glassesfor
nor "
any
superiority to the anyone has da Y. 10 a. m., H. J. ,-Mackey, Supt
commonplace, ma-
connected with, any bank to give reached the San Francisco Communion: }
terial things of life that nearly everyman them the county deposits, in return for sufferers. S at 11 a. m. Prayer
Il&gered to take tea. ScrofulaFew their suPPOrt. I believe In going into They will build up a city even more ... UniversanV! -. meeU Thursday', at 7:30 p. m. Ail ,
The young girl of the house soon had office as the servant of, the people beautifuj than the doomed one. FIrst UnIversalist. Church-'East cordially invited.. .
"'the' creamed oysters bubbling in the are entirely free from it. without any strings tied'! tome,by any We shall watch its progress with in- Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a. .5'
tha&ng dish and the salad nicely dress- It may develop so slowly as to cause little if of my"supporters. I believe" in bein terest while we continue towards m. ,Y..P.: C. U. 6:30: p. m. All arecordially Second Church of Christ, Scientist. $1.25
any disturbance during the whole period of elected free and untrammeled or not progress ourselves invited to attend. The Second Church of Christ,
t being elected at all customers the every Sunday:
she was, she whispered to her college Jt may,then produce, dyspepsia catarrh v most value lor, the morning at 11 o'clock, Wednesday
In af
askingfor, your suffrage Tuesday money they MethodistPalafox
> on spend for Clothing Hats,
blend and marked ternoons. 3
: tendency to -
consumption before I o'clock. Reading
promise to faithfully and impartially Shoes etc. Street Methodist 'Church- room
"Oh, dear! Whatever I to dot I manifesting itself in much cutaneous erupt '' open daily .from. 10 a,..m. to 3 -
.
m
p.
attend
tion glandular to as..duties of the Try us on.an order for a Panama Rav. W. Q. Vreeland past r. Rev
where
or swelling.It Christian
do believe that there isn't enough office- no man well promise' Hat J. .Butler, assistant. Science literature
can more.I We have them to suit Barney Services
bread for all is best to be sure that JOu'are Quite free you. may be had.. 'Room 6 Masonlc
these Tern
men believe that.I have lived long 1t a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school W. A D'Alemberte
A languid Interest shone In the from it,and you can rely on'Hood's : .. 'enough among the people.here to be Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews Sup ple. ,

,dreamy eyes of the, Bryn Mawr girl. Sarsaparilla known as a man who will do right Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Home i
First Church
"Oh:never mind the bread, dear,"'said ..to rid Tone! it radically and permanently( under I earnestly all.circumstances ask' for your; snpport.and as such White & Nix Missionary Society wtll. meet Thursday :j i: First Church of of Christ Christ,, Scientist Scientist Druggist and Apothecary,
ahe. "Let's have toastLIpplncott'sMagazine. Accept rio substitute, but afternoon 'at3:30.: Therevival
Insist on having Service at 11 a, m.. .Senrices7 will
Respectfully ... 29 S. PALAFOX ST. be
Hood's. Liquid or tablets 100 Doses; SL meetings will continue throughout'the l1eld in the Pensacola
THOS. F. W1tGHTON.fJli. PHONE 790. week -At 'the close of the morning ing on East Chase street.Library build 121 South, Palaf D x Street t @t Pens)acoi.FlJt !


.

:,

.

7 f33'eAj ra k .K ( -- ', ".'", ,<,"{'...,.;"-.'"tt1. -......<,!- iF.-E'. ..' '1"<-".>,,>,,:_. .....c..._ -. _.. '



-T: ,. ,, ,,,, ._ ,,, ,;;,
:! : .. ,' -- ,
.
: .. :: : '<1'>:;"<' : "". .'-. *, "'.r";< ;>.. -- q-- ':'-> '" -"'"\ T .

_
I



..
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING MAi :,
1906 -. -. ...___ ; nI -

--- =--------:---------- ------ -_ __ __ __ __. __ ___ rt\uc._ _In Itc-c.__ _-f Ii, .q!

I uAJi.4si N FRIEND : iI I- :TTTtiTF-i: ..t' J: 1. J
j j.p "
!SH1NGSA -. -
; ; i- ;{. .. .'! ;Jll.i )I

ORGANIZED( LABOR .- ; ; I : ,
(
.
:. ,J, ", ; .!
,
........... I ,.i>;1''''. : Z114t. I' :. I, _

: .; 'V"ot -1.t 1, ? ,.', i'
.
I I ,; p :: "':- ;}- 1" >
: : # $
'Union 1
Typographical Asks
Union ,> .1.r.E: < _: _. I-q. ;
? UOZII ': . .3 c_w .. .. :

Men to Support Him for Repre- ..7.. ", >t f''I ir 1.!j '."J-- ,.''

sentative in -
Legis ature. I :. rJ __ __ -HI--:; -

The Typographical Union has issued sk'i Ji 'f: :!" '". .
Ed 1
.
the following endorsement of Hou. Williams .J t t t; J '..; }
A
StrongUtie Chas. M.. Cost n, candidate' for the, i ; ,'_ ,
state legislature! : ; ttH'\ .
Support Mr. Coston. 'p c4Jrj i
% Union Labor and Its Friends in Es- :

for I INeckwear cambia We takethis County:method of. -invitingyour F ., ? f <". i.j /.
t-t 1 "
ton candidate support for Hon. Chas ,M. Cos- : ; '. . . . > ; 4<"1: !' ; .
for representative in fcr :
.. .. .
the legislature at the Democratic PrImary ., r, .' : 'lit.f
of Tuesc'ay May 15. We know:, } '. '-- '" . ., L i i !' ,

Mr. Coston as clean able and con- I '-..;.. -' ,> .. -' ", ... ", ... ,1-.1'.j.l t"'I'1
Elstent supported and'l.dvOcate : "i .! -I ; ,j.
of .
< '.r .f".. '4i;. J
the principles of Union Labor and ": '
; j
Union Labor needs ,t such a man. in!1 ... '. 'fr 1 1 .
The new shades are myrtle }' tl
the -
legislature of
our state. ..
gold green Longworth !blue and 'For these reasons we hope that : rp' -
.
mouse Organi&sd Labor will support. Mr. Cos- Co '- 11 "
The new shapes. are narrower. ton to a man next Tuesday.TYPOGRAPHICAL ---- i unty N "
than last season. UNION :
NO. 293. CHAS. M. COSTON. tT
supplanted The long the narrow broad knot one. has I :i t ;

Have your Cravat harmonize .
.
xP !
.. .
cr contrast with your coat. OFFICIAL CENSUS !I .. \.. ."....'- ... ..... ... .... .. -- If.- ;: '
'm. -. 1 : i
1
See our soft Collars, 25c each. _

I Neckwear 25c to $1.00. STATE OF .. .. 1 t;;., ,l !' ,

FLORIDA lj\;. .1.


s__ I *Pt Ogden . '.. .. 380 ..... ,I IgtIij; : reasurer. : <- },.. k!j :> "'.'t';' !"

Complete With Exception of Es- Ft.. Meade .. .. .. 322 261 : ;

"Ft Pierce. . . 800 .... ..' ; .,Ic 4.a.44t .
cambia, Dade and Orange Ft. White. .. . .. 459 600 I ,. ... i i -.! "-'. ,

Gainesville .. .. .. _.., 5,413 .,633' 'I 42 -t I Mr Williams is now serving his first term and in | .
COTTRELL.FINE Counties. : '! "Graceville. . .'.. .i. 613 ....1'( kk .... ,. ... Ii; .
Green Cove Springs . 1,077 62 t\ accordance with Democratic custom and ?'
PHOTOGRAPHS. Hampton . . .. 300 198| _) .c precedent, he : ;
,
Pensacola. Fla. TOTAL Hawthorn . .. .' 374 2; oHigh asks for re-nomination for" f j
a theoffice
POPULATION IN THE which he has .
==----- so 'i. .
.
Springs ., .. 1,459 1,562 .
DIAMONDSSomething COUNTIES ENUMERATED NEAR. *Halliards ... .... 200 ... I faithfully filled. ., '.1 I
Neat and Newln Them ,.JacksanvIlle..35,301 28,429 J Ja : "

W. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. Palafox! St. LY FIVE HUNDRED ANt:;)' FIFTY.Jasper. '. .. .. .... 941 S S3 t V I .
:!' *Jennings. .. .., .. 388 ... ; .* ; Both Mr. Williams and his friends will appreciate F j >

SEVEN THOUSAND-INCREASE, Key West. . .. .20,49817,114 '. .

TURTON &, BELL. SINCE 1900 IS 72,790. I Kiss'-mmee.: ,. .? .. .. .. 1,530 1,132 : : yourvotelii ., '. -I.1I
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I Lakeland. . .. .. 3,259 1,180 : I" .

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. Lake Butler. . .'. 627 431 'T1 '
The official census figures for the I Lake City .. . 6,509 4,013 df 'I. .

K. state of Florida have at last been *Largo . . 245 .... '
WHITE made public by H. Clay Crawford sec *-La wtey. .. .. .'.. 300 .., $ iuesays ? :
Haickmiker.! Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduaet retary of state and B. E.:MeLin, com Leesburg. .. . 844 "763 ,. .
Optician.30 S. Palafox Street. Pensacola. Fla.TerselyTold missioner of agriculture and show the Live Oak: . . 7,200 1,659: I I ctL I

total population with the exception Maccl nn '. . 370350 -' I !

of Escambia, Dade. and Orange cowl. .Madison . . .. 1,217 849 '.. :
ties which were not enumerated, to !Manatee. /. .. . 857 254 ElectionI

be 556,690. The figures for the counties Marianna: . .. 1,411 900iMayo. I ,i Primary

J. E. Spoon and W P. Carson will are as follows: I . / . .T 494 ..... .

start: for Bonifay Monday morning. 1905 1S05( 1905 Melbourne. .. . .'. 260 131.,. .' ... ', -- ... '..., .. ... .. ... -. ,. ..... .....
.
Milton .. : r. .
Sam B. Russ, the well known Jacksonville Counties White Negro Total f 1,432 1,204 i :iiii.i: -- --co' __it.: ''tf. ,. L_, -,._- .- ..::__.' o_ ,'It'" -- ,"----- -'. i1., ."-'B'f.-. -, '',Ai'j; !-#_ 1"; .
journalist is in the for a Alachua ... ...13,598 20,409 34,007 r Montbrooke .- . 284 ... : r. '
city .
few Baker.. .. 3,062 818 3.880 I Monticello., ,, .. u .... 1,000.l,07. : t
ys. Bi .dford. .. .. .. 9,124 3,819 12,943 "Alorrlston .. % .... ,.' 324 *..... $' 'j
The Board of Public Works ,,'ill *'Br yard . 3,060 '1,288 4,348 'Morse . .'. .'It-; 272 ". ...-l'' ;,. SL Louis 5, Boston "2. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. SONS OF FEDERAL ;' j

meet in regular session Monday'after. Calhoun ., .... 4,238 1,558 5,796 *Moss Bluff .- .... 235JMuIberry ... VETERANS ORGANIZS r.,

noon at the usual hqpr.CapL Citrus .. .:. 3,228 4,315 7,543 .' .. .. 850 ... SPORTS American- Leacue.Won Lost Pet. Origin and Development of the Marble ; '

!" F. J. Hatch of Fort Barran-'Clay .... 3,244 2,240 5,484 New Smyrna. ....,. ... 730( 543 Philadelphia. .. ,15 7 682:!I I I as a Toy. An enthasiastUng! of the Sons ,
Columbia ... Ocala . .. . 4,493 J I of Veterans, G. A. R., held last '. ,
cas. left during the -.week for Fort. : 8,638 11,275 19,913 3,380 Detroit. .. .. 13 8 619 i Marbles their from the was .
Jlonroe,, to which; post; he has been I Dade .. .. ..' .. ... ... ... Orange City. . . 350 365, I: Cleveland . . .13 9 591 i got name night and W. T. Sherman Camp No. 2,
known
from
Piratetown geogra '
a : fact that little bits of
originally
DeSoto .. .. Ormond. .. .' .. 689 _
transferred.-. : 10.817 1,629 12.446 : 503Oange . .. '
'- phical standpoint as S !li veport. La.,is; Lcuis 12 10 545 : was organized with a charter mem. ;
Park.... .. .< < marbles rolled down the hills
Duval .. : 279 245 : were
20,899
Mrs. Weeks returned from St. Au ; 26,987 47,942 &:'' . .. ., .. .. is,wild qver the vori.oierthe.uP-! !: Washington! ,,, ..... ....H. 10., 524' : '. bership of about eighteen or twentj : -
last Escambia .. .'. .. ... .. .... 3,950 3,301 ..' .". : H: and rounded and pounded by. other
where .Y -
.
gustine night she attendedthe posed invincible Birmingham team.I I New : rk.-- -,12 .429
'Palmetto .. ... .. .. : Captain J. C. Petterson acted at
of Frankln: . .. 2.492 2.143 4,635 : H _. ,. 733. 569 .. : stones until they became toys .for -
convention the Eastern Star. Shreveport win, two out Chicago .. 9 ,13 409 I
Gadsden .. 5,661 10,848 16,511 'aerry. . .. .... 2,628 ... managed to mustering officer ana' the followin '
She was elected associate grand, mas of the four games played and't'.ed: the Boston*.,. 8 16 333 i i children-to play with. It is said that I i'
Plant City . .. .
ter. Hamilton .. .. I 5,702( 4,219 9,921 1,544 720 officers were elected after the mem- f
I other contest after fifteen inning the Dutchmen them .
a to
Hernando .. Port Tampa City .. 1,049( i exported I
> 1,791 2,249' 4,040 1,367 .
hers
had been
The city council will meet in special Hillsborough .40,626 10,757 51,416< (Punta Gorda. .. . -1,177; 860 battle. Little Rock appears to hare g\jt Detroit Washington .0. I I England, from whence we got them. / duly mustered in:

session Monday evening at 6 o'colck Holmes ... .. 7,813 1,214 9,027 QuIncy. .. .. .. ._ 1,075 847 in the running and copped three out Philadelphia 4, Chicago 0. Whether they did or not makes lit* George P. ,,entworth. Captain. ,
to take up the report of the finance *Reddick ... of four from Nashville It may be Cleveland 2, Chicago 0, ((11 innings) Chas. G. Van Meter First Lieutenant '
Jackson ". 12,564 14,246 '26.824. .. .. ... 246 ..... tie difference to the boys and girl ,
committee on the Board of Public 'lSarasota! . possible that Charlie Zimmer has his '.;Louis 9, Boston 1.Bar.k '
.. ..
.
Jefferson .. .. .. 3,005 10,035 13.130' 788 ... of today. No matter who intro- :
Works. Lafayette .. .. 4,793 1,130 5,923 """Seabreeze .. . .. 203 a... team in shape at last'and if so, there Peter Carroll. Second Lieutenant.
Sneads. . .. will be something doing on the part Clerks Win. duced the world to marbles as toys, Brown Lee Wolfe
Judge Laney in the municipal court Lake .. .., 4,665 S.50 7,515 434 36S An of baseball Secretary and
jesterday forenoon had' fourteen cases Lee .,.. .... .3,561 399 3,961 St. Augustine. .. .. .. 5,121 4,272 of the Trave ers. 'Montgomery stop exciting at PalmeUo game Beach, yesterday was they are with us and always will be. Treasurer.

before him. Ten were found guilty Leon .. .... 3.984 14,880 18,883 'St Petersburg. .t ... 2,316 1,575 ped the onward march of Memphis' played afternoon. between the Bank Clerks Some of you win them from other Several members of the Grand Ar. :,

three dismissed and one continued. Levy .. . 5,071 4.20S9,280 Starke. . .. .. 1,103 972 by trimming the Frankfurters bY'the children, some of you trade postage my Posts were in attendance and a*
the Bensacola High School teams.
}'ort dollars Tallahassee .. .. tune of 8 to 7, and Atlanta secured the and slsted in the ceremonies. B. Landsella
.thn'e and costs were assassed. Liberty. .. ... 1,508 1,327 2,835 3,311 2,981 for them but
Madison ... ; 6,824 9,328 16,152 Tampa. . ... .. .22,82315.833 scalp of New Orleans. The Bank Clerks were vctorious: bya stamps some person member of Grand Army post acted as
"Siireveport, the smallest in the score of 12 to 5. them from the lit-
: city originally bought sergeant of guard.
,
Tarpon Siprin'gs .. .
I I
Manatee .. ... 6,537 1,993 8,530 740 541
Sewell Clark of Baltimore Md. who ,
,
Tavares. . Southern lea'gne is giving the teams i; tie store around the corner, whoso
.
l.a" been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Marion .. .. .. &.&J4 16,905 26,725 218 113 Yale the Victor. ,
Titusville .. .. .... from the other cities and the fans a them from that
jack Adams for left Monroe .. .. .. .14,273 6.673 20,973 94g 75,5) owner got greatesttoy
several days Yale
yes New Haven, May 12.- today defeated -
great the :
by art'cleof'ball
terday for his home. Mr. Clark made Naisau.5.334 5,678 11,012, *Umatilla . .. 300 ...,.. being surprise played !by Gilks'lboys., thatis Sir Princeton in the annual track shop in the world, Germany. In "GOO-r GROWING WEATHER." ,

many friend's' during his visit in the *Orange .... ... .. .. ... ..:.. .I IU.: S. Reservation in Robert is a general and his successis meet, the final score being Yale 78% the beginning marbles were called ,'.
Deep Water City. Osceola .. ,. 3,130 492 3,622 Hillsborough county. 207 ..,. well Princeton 25%. bowls and and When the New Scalp Antiseptic is
*Wauchula . being received wherever he is points I> men women played Used.A .
.
.
Polk ..... .12,856 5,007 17,863 800 ... .
John G. Wood has returned from West Tampa .. .' ... known. and that is throughout the! with them as well as children. Hun good head of hair is as much a
Pasco .. .. ...., 4,012 2,088 6,100 ... 3,661 ?.335 Wisconsin.Chica'go .
Jacksonville where he attended the Putnam .. .. 6.096 '5,092 11,192 ' convention of the state undertakers' Chicago is again in the lead in the i May 12. The track meet woman, notwithstanding all the :
Williston. .
St. Johns .... 6,521 4,476 11.003 .. ... 268 184 I agates and glassies and shiners are i poetry .
association of which he is vicepresldent. National' league, though New York is today between the universities of Ch on the subject applied] to '
the female
.
Wildwood. .. .. .. I .
St. Lucie .. 2,441 "583 3,024, 655 244 and Wisconsin resulted in victory sent to America, and the children
He DlcGraw's a :
of the close cago
and Cincinnati In
was one delegates *Winter up. men ex exclusively. the season when : "
Haven. ..
.
t'ected' to go to the national convention Santa Rosa 8,502 3,299 11.801 .. 375 ....1.1I traveled eleven innings yesterday for Chicago, 80 to 46 points. get more pleasure out of these cheap flies bite. the bad-aeaded! man can f
in Chicago in September. Sumter .. .'. 3,518 2,031 5,549 --I to tie. The Sallie and American little than almost else. sympathize with the Egyptians who
Suwannee . 9,618,392! 18,011 Total. . . ..193.7 ..;.1 a $!j toys anything
league MONDAY WE WILL were sorely plagued on account of the -,
Geo. Not races are practically unchanged. SELL BOYS' '
Uhler. supervisor inspector incorporated
steamboat Inspection' Taylor ..... 4,141 1,410 5,551 in 1900. WAIST PANTS 10C PER PAIR.F. ',"1Ie Use of Grammar.A I children of Israel. Why not try-New- ,
general; service
Volusia .. .. 7,267 4,813 12,083 I
bro's Herpiciae? Others
have
been
of Washington, D. C., accompanied by Making E. BRAWNER'SDepartment teacher in a public school 011 >
Name
Wakulla .,.. 2,598 2,551 5,149 a Foe Himself.A benefited and are loud in its praise. '
Capt John A. Cotter _supervising in- Walton . .. .. 8,425 2,844 12,269 New York business man says STANDING AND RESULTS Store.i Boston once had great difficulty in j It cleanses the scalp. kills the germ at. .,
Rector of this the 10th) I :
( District arrived -
in the citjyesterday on a tourof Washington.. .. 8,537 3,371 11,908 that he once had in his employ as :I For Railroad Commissioners.Vote I imparting to a boy pupil at ten certain -j the root of the hair and by keeping

inspection. They will: leave this office boy a lad named Tslagihicud.dy. i! Southern: .League. for Two: elementary principles of gram the scalp sweet pure and wholesome, 1
314.685 241,870 556,690 I In class the hair is bound to grow as nature intended : .
the instructor
Earning for Jacksonville. ISam ,Naturally. enough, this -.! Won Lost Pct. E. B. BAILEYand mar. one day '
*Dade Escambia and Orange counties received youngster !'Shreveport. . .'. 17 6 739 experienced more than the usual regardless of the temperature.Try .
B. who left Pensacola so many joking references : I It and be convinced. For sate by
Flynn
omitted for reason previously stat Birmingham .. .18 9 66,
amount of trouble with
the lad. In
se'.eral months ago as assistant stage ed. about his name from his ,fellow .'. .. I W. A. D'A mebrte; druggist and -. .
New Orleans. .13 8 619 H. A. BUTCH
Carpenter for the "Little Johnny **Brevard c ounty. 'was divided in employees that he became ei- Memphis.. --. ... ...12 9 571 I desperation the teacher finally blurt- apothecary 121 South Palafox street,

Jones" company returned yesterday, 1905 to create 'St. Lucie county; had tremely dissatisfied with it. So Atlanta . . .. 13 12 520 ed out the question! "At least you or send lOc in stamps for sample to
&P! MONDAY WE WILL: SELL BOYS'WAIST The Co.
Fljnn's season having ceased.' :Mr. it remained intact there would have when he applied for a place under :Montgomery; . 8 15 :348: PANTS 10c PER PAIR: I can tell me why we study gram- I Herpicide Detroit, Mich. .,.
many friends were pleased been an increase of 1,498 over what another Nashville. . ... 9 17 346 mar?"
'o sre3t him again. He gets here in employer in the buildingbevident1y F. E. BRAWNER'S I MONDAY WE WILL SELL 18x38 t
constitutes the : of . . "
now populaton Little
Rock 5 18 217 "Yes ma'am returned the
time to vote in the primary. both counties. decided to bestow a_ new ? Department Store.,I pupil HUCK TOWELS 45c PER DOZEN. -
; "we study grammar BO that we F. E. BRAWNER'S -
Clerk M. J. Murphy of the police St. Luele county formed from name upon himself. When the man Result. I
was Yesterday's
TRY BOSSfl'S; CREAM.' PHONE 1326. laugh at the mistakes of others."J Department Store.y .1
Department can -
was suspended!! yesterday to whom he
Brevard county In 1905. applied asked him hiS. Atlanta 3. New Orleans 2. : -. -
(Corning for twenty-four hours by Cities and Towns. name the boy replied: Shreveport- 4, Birmingham 1. r .. .
Owef
Schad for engaging'in an alleged Cities and Towns. 1903Alaohua } 1900 "Robert Recapitulation." Little Rock 5. Nashville O. '

fight. From what can be learned ... ..s.t.. .. ., 526 .... l Montgomery 8, Memphis 7. I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSaea2aaaeaaaaaaaaaa :
concerning! : the affair it seems as if Anthony ... .t.! ... .: .. 361 198 "That's an odd name, said the -_ : I
oa-> George Ball who has somewhat Apalachicola .- .... .. .. 3,244 3,077 man after'having. the lad repeat it. South Atlanta Leag e.' :

01 a police record, desired to brain Arcadia .,?>.. .. ".. ..;...... 1,557 793: several times. Won Lost Pct.I i
Officer! Murohv with a chair which .. .. .... ... YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLE
ftp policeman" In- Bartow : 1,950 1,983 The ,boy looked surprised. Augusta .. 4 ,15' 8 'f 6! j !
refused stand for. :
to Belleview ... ... ..'. .w 140 137 "Haven't heard of General Recapitulation Charleston.13 10 565,1 ;
Ball Head he staggered Ball with a blow. *Blountstown ... .. ... 295 ..... you" Jacksonville .. .. 12 11 522
? asked he. '
was fined $5' in the police courtIfSterda'l Bowling Green .-. . ,. 300( .... A, Savannah . . 11 13 458, i
ainst the morning officer and the continued.case Bradentown .. .. .. ....; 1,494 900 'N 0.; Columbia.. .., .. .. 10 13 43 !j' Seven Days in a Week and Three Times a Day m. -

(Herk was Brooksville. .f .. II' 709( 641 "Why, his name is in all,the re (Macon.:.. . ...'.10 13 435: I Iru
morning.Murphy will return to:work this Callahan .. .. .. ... 3SO .,. ? ports in Mr. Blank's office,"-Wo- i N

Citra .. .. .. .H 324 322 m an's Home Companion. Yesterday's Result !r And yet stay within your means. It's merely a matter of man- fljagement .
Chipley .. .. .. eo 751 _652 Jacksonville 6, Augusta 2. j
April>Growing sales of more Blue popular Ribbon Lemon every day.and Chester..* -. 'I. es- .. S. 280 ... : Savannah 8, Charleston 4. j -of knowing where to buy. Let us fill your orders. We jg tU

.. .. .. .. 923
\Manilla Carrabelle 1,028 Macon 1 Columbia. \. J
broke all records. Clearwater Harbor .. .. 610 343 guarantee to satisfy you. No matter if you want a small steak or jy

pALM TREES PLANTEDON Cocoa Crescent. City. .. .. ... .;. .". .II-. 500 475 282 352 National League.Won Lost Pet., !J n i i a roast, or a few slices of ham;or whether you want a nice, big, (B .h .

-THE PUBLIC PLAZAA Cypress. . ..- .. ..-'. 172 ... GrapeNutsA Chicago\ .. .. .19 81| 704! fine, juicy tenderloin steak, or a big tender roast, or a fat chicken I ;
fjj
large crowd Dade City.. eo .. .. S. 794 509DeLaad New York .... .. ..16 7 692'
gathered the plaza i
on u
bt night to watch the," planting of .. .. .. .. MW 1,4-19 Philadelphia . ... .16 10 6151.i !. or turkey. We can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. SjGARTLAND -
.. .. 233 .... .. . Utl
Beach .
Ialm! trees by a force of city laborers. Daytona & food made from Boston. '.11. 11 500 J ,
rlJ.'er! the direction of Mayor Bliss.eVerg1 Daytona . ,.. ... ... ., 2,199 1,690 "Pittsburg. . .. .11.12 478 !I ) -
of the massive trees were, *DeFuniak Springs .. 1.230 .....- I I elements, especially' I 'St Louis . . .10.13 435 j

1'laced in the sod on the plaza and: Dunedin.. .. .., ,... .. 137 113 'selected for Cincinnati . .. 9 16 360 & ZELIUS |
Promise to add to the beauty of the Dunnellon .. .. eo .. *... W5a 700 'Brooklyn . 6 19 '240
1 JPuar! resort. Eau GaPle. .. ." ... 310 172 :.:..:.:..:

Eustis ... .. e., .. '.. ... 529 411Estero Brain .Building."THERE'S Yesterday's. Result. t
MONDAY WE 'WILL' 'SELL'18x36 *: .'. ., ..> ".: .. .. Ijj* ..... Cincinnati 3, New .York 3 ((11 In- t S COR. BAYLEN & INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 RI'

Iluck TOWELS 45c PER DOZEN.F. Fernacdina ... ... .. ... .. 4.939 3,243 A REASON." _nings. .(
E. BRAWN ER'S Ft. Brooks. .. .. .; ;e.4..a W92 1,135 Philadelphia 6, Pittsburg 2. (0saaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae

Department Store. Ft Myers... .. .... <.. ... 1,42* S431 .. Chlca'go 8, Brooklyn- 0". ;





\ .
4
> i :. ;, :. '" .'r /

,: -' :'i j 'i f \ ; i l'f ,: ;..' 'V ; f :+ <. t: ? : 7"1..::- WL <: > :,
: .-.---- -. --. .. .- : \J ::J : ; -< '. ,, !.' >-' .. .-"
"
"-
"""' -- '; < : {:;:;::;;;::;--<:>-



1: ;:..,,t-.! ,> ,, W" ',;;.-;,< '.,-! .!:, ", g., .< ,,' '._' .: "-( u ,: ..-, ...r I$; ,L -. > .'
: J< Thk "".' y. i \ : 7 : ; : 1''; : 7-- "
_ii*fc > t: '.:" ': : h t :t. -'-" ..: -:' ; ; : : A : : :: '\:,, ,: .t"i': : '.=;;:>;-'i9 ::':.: :i :> :



,


-i ./-' 1"AW'O\11II-- -- THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY- MORNING, ,MAY' .13 1905l ,. \ .

---=:::

republican ,party .for the ...past/;,teB,; man td'succii Si V1" -56114'.incumbent" .of'the: :cit/Jimitsa lot there to: Tot-afid-eraporat damped intoavacant *
'of the'TTMte'ribnee.
;
flAe1ttblafola yearcC if that party's "argument" was and jeopardize the health of the ccin-
j limInal't' what it sh uld he? :-' c. | !We dislike, of course, to Interfere munity generally. A city cam hardlybe

l The Journal |snot, an. advocate of with our contemporary's program In expected. to-keep health if it does

Governor Browar l's': drainage ,scheme this case, tut we greatly fear that the not; destroy, the accumulated filth.
-
-
--
t --
: ,; Hon. Benjamin B.,has about reachedthe That is' one reason why Jacksonville
IIt.is simply! trylng'1o look at the : .
Metropo-
is soheaIthy.-JacksonviIle
? DAILY. WEEKLY.: SUNDAY ; career.. He
summit,of his political
-
'I' proposition in all of its phases and de- us.- | .
; -' was selected, manager of :Mr. Roose 5 5IOD25sSTORE
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ermine in its own mintf what would -
__) be best'for the state. ,velt's railroad rate bill in the senate Want No Wa/of Words. j _

...BY... The and that ought to be enough glory for Our Pensacola friends complainthat
But
Journal as well as
every ,they *li3 in a dirty Mxican>nson Can So Little
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Intelligent man in the. state, does' In- any mere man whose ambition rests *her disease is rife and vermin abun. How Money

_______ 4 sist that the organized opposition to the this'eide pf"tha clouds. dant" Now if some'unfortunate Mexican -
1UUUVL ----kr utjL. drainage heme should he honest 'As to T;be; Journal and Mr. Hearst. 'sent out like criticisms on our Buy So Much ?

_: FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. enough with the people to-tell: where we supported him 'for the nomination, jails would we say the treatment If necessary was
good "enough for them?
: ni-utini..__,l.nru-uU-1Ju-lJtrIJ.nJj.rJj-u-Ln.fljtnj-iru--t J1.njt sJmit -uj1..rLflC..LrtJflr .fI.tJtLF the money comes from to keep it run- in 1904 because'we believed him at o*
we are willing ,to send a company.o: That is a question that we often bear in the Kress store.
ning. It Is simply a, plain 'question thai time much the strongest man bur, !toys to bring back the martyr% Even
MEMBER THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS.,
requiring a plain asy, and truthful with the people of any who were con- but we ota't: like the war of words' the people who know.best are often surprised to find what splendid

JWffJWUWW -- answer. That is,all ,there is, to it. testing for democratic. leadership.,.We, that seems iniminent-we want to' be qualities such small prices will procure. i

: : SUBSCRIPTION RATES. believed hlaT infinitely'" stronger than neIghbOrS eitherfrie. (Bickering di or enemies should with not our be There'is no mystery about it.Ve can sell goods cheaper be. !

One year.S,90 One Month......* ....-... *5 The Democratic Nominee the gold brick candidate whom Hill allowed.-Jacksonville Times-Union. cause we buy them cheaper'; and we can buy them cheaper because i
Six Monhs..Z. 50 One Wek........... ..sss W .- and Belmont palmed off on the party *
Three Months. ..... ....... 1 25 Weekly: Edition. per year.l Ot in 1908, and we think the result of the election Warning to AH Meq. we have 50 busy stores and can buy in quantities 50 times larger '

wLn.w_ Wtft.trUf $ demonstrated that he could at least, -A woman at Pensacola shot and kill. than; ordinary stores would dare to handle. We can buy by the car I
I The Only Pensacola Which a Detailed The :Journal notes the following ed her husband because he shoved her load when other stores barrel. We deal direct j I
Newspaper From from its altogether interesting contemporary haraly have been weaker.l't out of the bed. Let'this be a waniini: buy by.the with fac.

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the live Oak Democrat: may develop! that Mr. Hearst will to all, men.-Apalachicola Times. tories and are our own importers. We pay no profits to middlemen :

--- -- The Pensacola Journal ,that still be the strongest man for the S SAt values such these mentioned below.
That
-- -- ----- -w \predicts explains as
Mr. Bryan will be nominated and democrats to nominate in 1908 but if Work Cleaning Up.

Offices, 108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains elected president 31908. The Democrat Mr. Bryan desires the nomination, he Jacksonville Tampa, Pensacola,
I I Ocala live Oak, Tallahassee and
,
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands.PENSACOLA is now in the preliminary stagesof will unquestionably' get it and he will, oth place in the' state of Frorida,
On Sale 9 A. M.
negotiations to select the Hon. Benjamin Monday
-f--J---I- .........--.b 1__-JA-I 1JIfu4 d R. TOlman for.that 'honor; and- in Tbe Journal's opinion, poll more have already gone to work cleaning up

,- besides, we had.thought that our esteemed votes for president than any other ,in;, order, to'prevent'disease this sum

_: FLORIDA; SUNDAY .MORNING' MAY 13, 1906 Pensacola contemporary was man whom the democratic party, could. mer.than Is Gainesville of these places so much that cleanlier she can
1 committed to Mr. Hearst as the right nominate. afford any to ignore the possiblity of con 25 cent Laces for 5 cents a YardA


tagion All through? the coming summer big lot of fancy cotton laces and insertions j jjs-
Men _____
w
The
Asks for Two Business ---- --
City months there will. be a continual dig
in. We the manufacturers when they
busy needed

On the Board of County Commissioners STATE. PRESS PREDICTS 'ging improvements aria!' throwing progress.up of the This groundas is a the work kept most, so the' price is shaded down close to cost

On behalf of what it believes are the best interests of the tax payers of II menace to health which we will have

JEscambia county. The Journal desires to'say a word or two reference. to ELECTION OF PARKHILL to put up with, but the proper amountof of production. .
work should be done about town to
elections for county commissioner at Tuesday's primary. w.wr- < -_- place it ,in a sanitary condition. The These laces are just as handsome in design and as

There are five commissioner districts-two having candidates from the Jity Councllmerr are elected, or it is excellent in quality as you see in other stores at 25 cent
tHy and1 three having candidates from the country. Th? city therefore, 'will\ generanlly supposed they are, to look .

have two members of the new board of' county commissioners and the St. Augustine Record. 1 Dominated by a flattering majority in after' the welfare of the citizen, and yard.
I- (country will have three members of it. The Lake City Citizen-Reporter's the primary election May 15th. however ila- first duty should! be to see that
"editorial accident," comprising a ; they arelpot: allowing over-eon- .the health d! the city is properly The range is large and the choice of patterns ex
Of the three commissioners to be elected
from the The Join-
country, vicious ,attack upon Justices Whit- fidence to make them careless, and guarded and any dereliction in this
pal has nothing to say, because all are distinctively country candidates, butpf field and Parkhill of the Supreme they urge all their friends at every matter, is one of the most seriouscrimes' cellent.

the city candidates it feels that it can speak with perfect propriety and Court, still furnishes much amusement -(voting place in the state to work; he could commit against the '
that no one"will misunderstand its purpose. to the brethren of the State la their behalf until the polls close oa Interests of,those who put him in The Kress"system is the only means by which these:

As the city furnishes only TWO members to the country's THREE thecity Press. It was a typical boomerang, the evening of May 15. office and trusted to his judgementand handsome laces and insertions could be brought to youa
dealing a dista&trous blow to the "ac- common seam With ill smelling

would like to have the country's aid in selecting the two best men. cidental" editor, while actually aiding Leesburg Commercial.Advicas alleys standing water on premises, t such a price. Per yard________________ ____ ____5c
which the has to offer.
( city /
catches of thick
his intended victims. noxious weeoS: stables -
Those men, in The Journal's opinion, are JOHN A. MERRITT and C. F. from every section of the and barns never cleaned out and
state indicate the nominations of justices
SEEK and representing as they do the business interests of the : flies and at
city and Monticello News. breeding maggots right
J. B. Whitfield and -C. B. Park- On
tounty. The Journal hopes to see them nominated In Tuesday's primary. All this newspaper talk about Whit- bill of the Supreme' Court to succeed the: back doors of dwelling hou-.es, an Sale Wednesday 9 A. M.

There should be at least two BUSJTNESS MEN on the board of county field being entitled to another term themselves, they having serve lIly managed system of sanitary

tommissioners. Messrs. MERRJTT and ZETCTK: are both business of reminds us that the people are not en- only a part of a term. wagons, not once a week according to

ecognized ability. The county needs business' men to assist in the mdnage-men tirely responsible for' the Judge. Gov. *. it contract, there,is but not when much ever chance they of havinga get to Kress' Basket Sale
Jennings appointee him, and he was White Springs Herald.
went of its affaire. it needs them badly-and the *taxpayers' interests city free from possibilities of conta
nominated in tha two
primary
years .
/Justice Jas. Whitfield and Chas.B.
remand that at ]least two business men be elected on the board of commis- ago. ,Why ask! voters to ksep on ratifying ParkhiH, of the State Supreme gion. If other places see the necessity] Bound Willow Market Baskets
feloners which controls the business of the cou ty. ? Clarke and Parkhill look goodto Court, have announced themselves for or work'on this line and can find the'meaI1,3
to do it, it is certainly no creditto
The Journal hopes,that the voters of the county at large will concede us. S I reflection before the coming primary, the best town otherwise in the state Special Sale, lOc. each'There's

iPensacola the privilege of having two of her leading business men on the : They are both we'Mearned jurists, that! her. council ignore such an important more absolute? value in the strong frames and generous depths oi
Palatka Times-Herald. I in the laws of the state,
board of commissioners and that Messrs MERRITT and ZEEK will receive well versed matter as her health conditions.Gainesvill .- these willow baskets'than we ever offered in similar lines.
Messrs. Parkhill and Whitfield: are and we would like. very much to sed
T a majority of the votes in Tuesli' y's primary. from retlin them in } Elevator. White Willow Baskets. 4 sizes. 6 and 10 inches deep;heavily bound handles
of state
now receiving many bouquests the voters the
MORE. TO COMB .. .. .. .
I the State Press! On May 15th they their: seats on the bench of the Supreme .10" ,very strong throughoutFANCY
II I :will "receive" the votes of a majorityof Court at the coming primary.Miami .
Do Not Forget have faith in the place, that they see Florida voters.: *, Pensacola Water 'Pressure.
a big future for it, that a tremendous Mayor Bliss recently prodded up thePensacola BASKETS--UNUSUAL VALUE
Chas B Parkhill. Metropolis.The Water Company, insisting .
Judge < growth and development is apparentto Quincy Herald and Era. Miami bar has endorsed the tile water pressure ba increased under Don't ask us to s-how you anything more artistic than this line v>.

When the voters go to the polls next I the eyes of. the business world and Justices Charles':Parkhill and J. B. candidacy of Hon. J. B. Whitfield for certain penalties for refusal to can't. Nobody could for the price. A complete assortment of regular an :
that they with their Whitfield seem to hav' the general Justice of the Supreme Court. The comply. Thereupon Chairman Greenof fancy shapes for fruits, flowers and a dozen other purpcses.
the and
(Tuesday The Journal numerous
expresses endorsement of the'people all over the lawyers of the state are better cap*- the Board of Bond Trustees
warned -
hope that they will not forget to vote widely scattered interests and connections state and it is easy to predict that they tie of Judging a man's ability for such him that the extreme water pres- 5 and 10 cents

for Judge Chas. B. Parkhill, who Is are now behind a movement to will be retained: In'office: a highly responsible office than the sure he desired would be ,disasiroii";
a candidate for a return to a full term make the Deep Water City the great IBradentown* *, common public. The,legal fraternityof to the. general plumbing connections Values up to 50 cents -

pn the supreme court ot the state. est' on the gulf coast 'Journal.' Florida have endorsed both Mr. through the city; that the city engi -
Indications point to the election of Whitfiela' and Mr. C. B. Parkhill for neer 'had so informed the board. Thus !!
Escambia county takes a particular Things generally have !been coming Messrs. Parkhill and Whitfielrf to succeed renomination and election as Supreme the plumber becomes the arbiter o! WATCK KRESS' W1NDOWa'comply

_ prIde in Judge Parkhill. He has 'Pensacola's way recently and this In- themselves on the Supreme Court Justices, therefore their candidacy -:' a question'which perhaps invoves the

_ lived here so long and he is known jection, ., new energy and new Inter. bench, though Judga'Thos. L: Clarke, should be seriously considered safety of the. city. The water company -
10 and "by 60 many of our people that est and)new into of Monticello, is popular with his by all concerned. Both have proven may be shielded by the spectra ----
purpose these two ..
themselves honest and capable in the demand board ,,, ,
the of the r -
Escambia has come to regard him as friends and is gaining strength every of the infuriated! water-user. As well with """""" "" .
important public service institutionsmay :: cay, and may take one of ,the plums. discharga of the duties, and there be- almost have the house burned as be would bring the acting superintendent -
'
tier own. or at least one of her own be considered as one of the most The Journal has the highest regardsfor ing no reasonable for apparent cause washed out by a flood from the bath before the city court-Jacksonville '
favorite' sons. important developments in the recent the trio and regrets that there is for opposition they !should receive an room.-Jacksonville Times-Union. Times-Union. '

On next Tuesday The Journal hopes industrial history of the city. not a place for each' *of tern. unanimous Democratic* vote. S
*
that every ballot going into the box Game Warden Wanted. Care of Chick.
: Jacksonville Metropolis.The Quincy Herald and Era. The people of Pensacola and vicinity Don't feed brooder chicks too soon
bear X the
(will a cross ( ) before name
What Matters It Where people of Florida propose to re- Justices Parkhill and Whitfield ar! want:a game warden appointed for after they are hatched. Twenty-four to
Bf Chas. B. Parkhill. He should be "
elect Justices ;J. B. Whitfldd 'and standing for re-election. These gentlemen that section, to protect tha ind'scrim- forty-eight hours and even longer will
(Ejected1 by a big vote and his old home the Money Comes From? Charles B. Parkhill to the Supreme have served their state well,, irate slaughter of game and fish.- do no harm. A writer to Western Poultry
County should not forget to do her Court bench. Florida Is fortunate in and should ha complimented by the Miami News. Journal that he feeds nothing

tart ,in making that vote the biggest 'In publishing the "plain answer" having such able men in's'u h important voters of Florida, with a continuancein S for the first says three days and seldom
>n the ticket which Col. Choate, of the "Florida positions. Their record entitles office, as they deserve to be.S Slightly Tangled.
t loses a chick, where before he had often
News Bureau,"* essayed to make to ThJournal's them to the vote of every loyal Demo- A.paragraph floating around in the taken the dead chicks from the I
crat who loves fair'play, and it looksas Milton Index. state press says that "the people of
Burr and Blitch are, in The JournaYs pointed questions to who
as brooder in such numbers that it fairly
Pensacola and vicinity want
if they were going to get most of The "lake City Reporter" has put a gam
Opinion, the proper candidates to be was putting up the dough for .the them. its foot in it. It denounced Judges warden appointed for that section, to made him sick. Just before the chick:

Supported for railroad commissioner. support of his great anti-draInage Parkhill and Whitfiela'( and the sentiment protect the indiscriminate slaughter of breaks the shell the yolk is absorbedinto Things for the

lEscambia county will, we trust, give educational work, the Ocala Banners Daytona Gazette News. of the people has risen to sucha game and fish." Thought the duty of a the abdomen and thus furnishes

them a,gooo! rote. ys: Friends report that from all portions high pitch that it is likely to say game war 'eu was to protect game food for the little peeper for some
As of the State comes the announcement "sorry I spoke.' and fish and prevent their indiscriminate time. Feeding too soon hinders the Country
'soft
turneth
a answer away S ,sla.ughter.-JacksonvilIe Times-
that assimilation of this yolk, whichis
Whitfield and Parkhill is proper
The New Owners of the wrath, so a "plain answer" ought to *
DeFuniak
Breeze. -
silence suspicion and compel argument the winning ticket for Justices the Trouble in Chunks. the food provided by nature, causesit
{Lighting and Street Railway to be met with argument. Supreme Court. James 'B. WhitfieW The re-election of Justices Parkhill The Warren Fish Co., of PensacolaFla. to ferment and thus literally poisonsthe House
and Charles B. Parkhill both and Whitfield is
(The ,following answer of the FlorIda are so generally conceded .,' are having more than their chick.
Systems % News Bureau to The Pensacola worthy young Floridians. they have that the only state officers for share of trouble. Their plant was Kxtraordlnarr.
done their duty 'Well on the supreme which there is any interest is that of CJ Furnishings for the suburban:
:'Journal tells
The bfggest thing that has occurredIn why it was created, who court bench and the thinking. votersof railroad burned recently, thought to have beeu The other day upon the street
is paying for its continuance and commissioner. for which set on .fire, and they now have had My own and no oneelse's eye
Pensacola's interests in a long times that_"what. it does is done in the Florida do not see why there !Messrs. Appleyard Bailey, Blitch and one of their fishing vessels seized by Did see a lilac colored horse or country house are not Olef"looked.

:the recent purchase of the street open." should be a change, therefore. it is Burr are candidates. Of these we be. the Mexican Government. It never Ax sure a* jam and custard pie. nor their importance discounted

Railway and electric light systems by This, it seems to us: ought to silence the honest conviction of the friends of lieve that the best men to vote for are rains !but it pours.-'The Fishing
And by him ran his feet
these that be upon
.k company that can and no doubt will criticism along this line. A good young men they will the two last named. Gazette- A puppy colored like a rose by this establishment.
I plan is to meet argument with argu- --- S As sure as Ecuador and France,
Operate those systems as they should ment, and not lug in irrelevant mat li The Perdido Section. As sure as poetry and prose. C[ We lose no opportunity to
fie.operated.It ters. What' matters it whether John 'J.X.Xtll.. The Perdido section of Escamb'a

means that these systems are to Smith or Bill Jones is the author of county\ .a magnificent: farming coun And This you.most Indeed extraordinary may see yourself sight.ror annex to our display anything
an article if the article itself is | Said of Pensacola from Arkansas will there
be managed by men who have some fair, colony settle Ulac child and roses, too, kindred to our general stock
business about them who know what decent and pertinent to the issue? If shortly on a tract of 9,000 acres Are ve :y often colored white
the, governor has right on his side and i bought for the families that intend removing I Washlngtoa. Stan that may be used in the house
Ihe! public wants and who are ready to Is the'repository of all the facts It and Pensacolians : : by K. M. Swasey, an experienced -

perve it It means progress and development seems to us that he 'would be glad of land and immigration agent, An Easy Way. without the city lines.

: in these two great public the opportunity to answer what the :.M-f x.i..g.X: +O' .. ..>><+:+ H-" 1 who selected it after examining many 'A Swede and Irishman
necessities, and it means also, we opponents of his drainage scheme tracts In'several portions of the South. an were : .1] Just now we call particular
have to say so as.to have tha pleasureof The colony will establish a town on out walking together when a storm
tope that the public will now have filling them with confusion and putting :Ancient History\Now., tafety, and we have been told often the line of tha Pensacola and Per- came up. The rain fell violently. I attention to the new Spring

the privilege of doing business with them to flight The charge made'' y Mr.. John. S. enough to know how to minimize the dtto'railroad, at about the center of I They took rejfuge under a tree. The in Toilet Sets of all
styles grade
: Rome responsible head in connection We know the following' "plain an- Beard of Pensacola- who: is a candI- latter evil. We are vigilant in'destroying the colony, There is now a German tree for about fifteen minutes

with the street railway and the electric swer" of Mr. Choate, head of the bureau date for the state senate, against Mr. rattlesnakes, but wa treat colony in that section brought from madea and some dainty things in G<:rd: J
{ will be 'reaa1 with Interest; we Justice "Wlutfieloi ,of the Supreme mosquitoes as a mere annoyance; and the Northern States, which is highly good refuge; then it began to leak. ,
lighting plant, and can be assured tt.srefore give it publication in our Court, that in return-for the appointment yet well informed people! now' know prosperous. Tha Perdido section is The cold raindrops' began to fall Night Sets, all of which hd i e

: of business-like and civil treat.I columns. as Attorney-G eral by,Governor that when yellow fever is in the lind situated between Pensacola and Per : down the Irishman's neck and he

anent in either case. I Itwill "be' noted that' the "Ocala Jennings he gave'an' official opinion the.bite-of single mosquito may be dido bay, the extreme western end of began to complain. "Oh, just been opened.
against the Wanes claim has been as deadly as that of a rattlesnake.! As Florida. This is tha kind of immigration -: never
** "
The new owners, we take. it, are Editor can"find nothing better to say vigorously denied by-Judge Whitfield one of our leading ports into which which counts. JacksonTille mind, said the'Swefc; "there are

bere for business. They understand ,of the childish answer itself than that in the iPensacola papers. Whatever forefgn shipping is constantly coming. TimesUnion.S plenty of trees. As.soxm as this one

thoroughly how to operate these public it "will be, :read with interest. He the facts may havejbeea in the incident Pensacola owes it to herself and to S is wet ough'we'll- go under an

utilities so as to satisfy the public does l however,,changg the tack and assume is now "ancient,history," and the the state to be extremely alert at this Not 'Answered Yet. other." -
Wanes claim will '""be disposed of on time. In a case of this kind an ounce The Pensacola Journal has put the : 5TRTPNSACOLA
and yield a profit to themselves. to pretend that The Journal'squest1ona 107 SOUTH PALAFOX
Ita.merits by the legislature.. Augustine of prevention is 'worth vastly more question squarely up to the Florida .
; fThey are the kind of men Pensacola were irrelevant and that "i! Record." than the proverbial pound of cur .- News iBureau that is supplying the GINGHAMS MONDAY WE WILL"S ELL LENGTHS A. F. C.
SHORT .
lias long been looking for and,on be-t fl'the argument good,'" it does not mat. Live Oak Democrat. with newsipapers. of the against state the free gratis MONDAY ONLY5c<: PER YARD. rz: O._ >=.. ""' ''': :..} .-o -
Jialf of the city The Journal extends sjter. who is' putting up the boode'to) More Important Than'PolI l s.., i arguments drainage -F. E. 'BRAWN ER'S
question, as to who is paying the bills ,
them a hearty welcome and expressesthe keep that' argument.. going. Last -summer .yeftow fever effected ,lDispo&a of Garbage, and up to this writing the question : Department Store.
'
'the hope that their relations with ourieop1e I tAye, that is the same propositionlaid a lodgment at Pensacola' ana but for The Journal says that Pensacola i* has not been answered. DeFuniak For Railroad Commissioners,

may !be mutually profitable down by":the defenders of corrupt the splendid flghj: made .to keep it a city of 25,000 people, ,and she has Breeze.: For Railroad Commissioners. Vote for Two: *
'down it would have ,spread the -
f over yet no means for the reduction or disposal .., Vote for Two
and pleasant. politics In 1896, 1900, and 1904. What state and done l harm. of S S
u:1taIculple the hundreds, of tons of garbage Energetic'Board of Health. 11/ E. B. BAILEYand
Aside from the improvements which I does, it matter who supplied: Mar The season is again: near at hand that ,annually accumulates Fensacola is to be congratulated on E BAILEYand

are to follow the chan'ge of ownership Hanna with the money if the "argu'when this' dread visitor, stealthy Invisible throughout the place. To one who energetic Board of Health. It recently '

'8n the lighting and ,street railway systems .I ments" he produced' with it were logand' thief in and the relentless night, ,',should'coIling: be"-looked like a does not as Jive they here exist: ;. 1d this know may the seem conditions a. ing street serve superintendent! official! notice to on clean the act.up N. A.: BLITCH V. A. BLITCH -

the fact that the new owners ical proper? What if the the in.. for and guarded cgiinet! and fenced remarkable statement, but it is a fact certain premises and gave but short

have invested heavily in Pensacola surance companies! and the national out by the xerc1s,of sleeping nevertheless. The garbage which Ume in which to do the work. The FROM 9 TO 10 O'CLOCK MON FROM 9 TO 10 O'CLOCK MO

? properties means more to the city banks and the railroads and the vigilance which Isthe.,price we must collected at certain points in the city, owner had found it impossible to get DAY WE WILL SELL, SEAM-SIDE DAY WE WILL SELL SEAM-SD! :;;
pay for immunity from its ravages: caHy! weekly: semi-occasionally ? the work and had (
which ; a men to do turned DRAWS,FOR25e. V DRAWS FOR 25c.F. .
the '
*vn than improvements are I mbriled i interests generally did contri. '
Effective quarantine and tireless warn the spirit happens to move the garbage -it over to,the city which can employ F. E. E. BRAWNER'S

; ,_ Contemplated. It means. _that, they,'bute* to 1hetampalgn- fund, of, the' J the< mosqairo-in_ thesa lie our' collector is" haulea'. just outside the city! ,prisoners on it. A failure to J. .- -r : ,' 1"BRAWNER'SStore.. ..",,V-':-'- .,. .. '. Department Start.

..



L '.' .
1<<

*"f ," If.J .
- S--- -t L'T ',-,. <' '#"""" ''.. {;'-''.0&'J 7.T.kj...,.,.:; L .. __ __, _L- .. ---,.', -- t- .. .- :: .;o .. '_ ..... ..
-, __ _.' r. -
'
--- --- _' _--h '. -"' -',.__ cc_ "__' -- .. :, --



'
-
..
'
.. .

r. ,__c)." ,, :> "...rPE.NSACOt..A ". .:' .. .


\
f ;

THE' JOURNAL, SUNDAY_ MORNING, MAY 13 1906 PAGE FIVE i tg }
,
." .. .. ... ,.. ',' _. .. ... . .. .... .-., ,. ,",-. .. .. .... '. L .- J .
-ii .. _-i":::4.\ f.'t.... ,... ._ _.;J.1t .... !.1"J.: ,'.' "L.L: _., .l--... .1. .!.>:;._ .____ ,__ ,.' ..._' "_.''.. "- ". ",..'."-,' .""Ii'_ ," ..._.',_ ,", ".-. ,..,,--_ _-.. __ ;__ .. __ ,_ _- iiiuur-i> "- -. -' .. r-" J_ 't-t.f f .j"t"" f} :Jsf i ;.

'r'!{ s'.'f'.

r Mammoth Mill and ManufacturrV 1f : ** "i .!iI






i '
-
]
: ..


._. .> #. :. ..1"4". ."; ,
n f ,
>-
: CLEIRANCE SALE 't- > :
;


ti tiIi'Ii'Ii'L i; .


_j'.f!', i ::',.: -

Y Our New York Buyer attended the Big Slaughter Sale in Mew! York last week, when the Leading Jobbing Houses and Manufacturersclosed lHlf

out the balance of Summer Stocks on hand at any price they would bring. Owing to the immense stocks offered for sale, jt J ,;. '

}: the prices realized were ridiculously low, and we succeeded in buying the greatest values in seasonable goods ever brought to Florida. irl .'t.

The World's Greatest Dry Goods Houses Contributed Stocks of Merchandise for this Big Sale n ni
ifF'


i 1 1ta Sale Commences, Wednesday MornIng May 16 If'J : :.


'

Don't miss this opportunity for economy. Our store is crowded in every nook and corner with the most tempting bargains, ) '


bought exclusively for this Big Sale, I,:: : t ;

Mr
'$ Some of the Big Stores who Furnished Goods that will be used in this Big Sacrifice Sale:-P. K. WILSON & SONS, White Goods and Laces; H. B. CLAFFIN CO., -. 'ii', : t :;

; Eembroideries, Handkerchiefs, Domestics; ASIEL PUTZEL & CO., St. Embroideries, and Flouncings; J. P. BOWMAN & SONS, Dresses and Shirt Waists; SAMUEL EISEMAN & CO., Silks; ;. j : .

and several other most Reputable Houses. .. r"-:, :


COMPETITION CANNOT TOUCH THESE WITH. A FORTY FOOT POLE :; < '


,'I: ." ,,
..
f. t

From the Big Glean Up Lawns and Organdies Another Bargain Column. Now is the Time to Buy .,s.1.I" "


Sale.Embroideries from the Manufacturers' Clean 'Tis folly to look elsewhere for Table Linen and Towels f t

1 Up Sales. such bargains as these. j j 4' 1
,
and Laces. From the Big Clean Up Sale. 'j .
WAISTS from the big clean up sale of J. P. Bowman '
90 pieces fine Embroidery Beadings and Appli- & Sons, waist manufacturers. 35c White Table Damask to go at? .. ? .. .19'/c : !
THE FOLLOWING SNAPPY ITEMSat 60c Linen Table Damask to go at .. .. ,.45c75c :
que actually lOc values, to go In this sale, peryard. 75e Fine White Lawn Waists well made for.45c ?
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..2'%c Half Price.15c $1.50 Extra Fine White Lawn Waists, newest Linen Table Damask to go at., .. .' .. .52140 : "
styles and handsomely made and trimmed 89c Satin ''Damask, extra finish, special, .. 65c r. : .
and ,
in Insertings
15c to 25c values Flouncings for... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...95o $1.00 Double Satin (Damask, beautiful finish, special i
and
to go at.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1Oc Printed Lawns and Batistes 'jn new dainty ? ? ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .-
... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..72C $1.69 and $1.75 White Lawn Waists, beautifullymade ? . .. 69c ,
29c to 400 values in choicest styles to go at.19c. patterns to go at. to go at.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ....$1.10 $1.25 Fine Linen Satin Damask, to go at. .85e ; .-
19c Printed Organdies, Batistes and other choice $2.50 and $2.75 Fine White Lawn Waists exquisitely 5c White Crash Towels to go at? .. ? .. .. .3c i !
and 65c and Insertings, choicest
50c Flouncings materials in newest designs at half price....9Y2c! made and trimmed for .. .. ..$1.89 lOc White Huck Towels 17x35, per dozen 89c or V
St. Gall Embroideries, for.. .. .. .. .. '.. ..28c Best 5c Printed Lawns, neat styles on white Some rare bargains in Fine White? Lawn and Bat each. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .7ifcc122c
60 pieces 5c and 7c Torchon Lace to go at.. ?2c grounds, at half price.. .. .. ., .. .. .. ..2Yic iste Waists, alt latest styles in short or long sleeves. Scotch Linen Huck Towels, 18x37, to go at 9o ;
?
Extraordinary bargains in French and Round 25c and 30c New Cotton Dress Fabrics, very at $3.15, $3.85, $4.60 and $5.85. 19c Extra large Linen Huck Towels, special for 14c .
Thread Val| .Laces In 12 yard pieces at 25c,39c, 49c75c Every Waist In stock will be marked down for this 25c Hemstitched White Linen Towels, for. .18c '
dozen. choice styles, from the big sales, to gO at..13Y2c :-1 big clean up sale. 7c White Twilled Crash Toweling for... .. .4 2C i.. .
and All-over$1 per Laces and Embroideries to go less than : 40c and 50c Organdies, Mercerized Soesittes and 1' 12%c White Linen Russia Crash Toweling for..7c i

import cost. Chiffon Tissue in the most beautiful styles, ..1,; Drawn work Dresser. .Scarf. .. .Cloth. ..worth. .15c. ..per. :I I .
special.. .. .,,. ,_.. .. ... .., .. .. .. ....25c White Goods yard to go at. 6ic : i t
,
P ----
; !?
,. :
Bargains in Silks u From the Big Semi-Annual Clean Muslin Underwear r
.' ; C'URT AINS."t: ; :
From the Big Clean Up Sale of :.; Up Sale.10c From the Big Clean Sale.
Pairs of Swiss : Up !
200 sample and Note. ...
V
Linon .. .. 5e
Eiseman G* Co. '1 '3iI- White India to go at. ? ? 1
tingham Lace Curtains to go very 1 10c White Check Nainsook to go at.. ? .. .. .5c Children's 19c White Muslin Drawers for ? ..10c: t
:)," ;: 19c White India Linon, special for.. .. .. ....10c Children's 40c White Muslin Skirts for. .. ...25c
40c White Washable. Jap Silks, spectaL..v.:2Oc <
Cheap. 23c White Sheer and Fine Persian Lawn, 45 Ladies' 75c Gowns, Chemise and Corset Covers ,
75c All-Silk Check and Fancy. Loulsiene special 47J/2c inches wide for.-. .. .... .'. .-. .. .. .. ..15c .
85c Washable Nottingham Curtains full 3 yards .' for. .. .. ... . .. .. .. .. . .. .. 49c
$1.00 36-inch Black.Taffeta Silk, special..68i2c59c 15c White fine Wale Pique, special for..9%c
and 65 Fancy Louisine Silks, special......29c long, per pair.. .. ? .. .. .. .. .. ., ... .45c 20c White Auto Suiting, Irish Linen finish for..12#c 'Ladies' 25c Corset Covers, special.. .. .. .. .15c
... 100 pieces fine White Mercerized Waistings and Ladies' 40c Lace Trimmed Corset Covers, to goat
$1.39 Taffeta and Liberty Silks, to at 69c $1.00 Swiss or Lace Curtains per pair. c. .69c
Fancy go from the clean sale. .. .. .. .. ... ... .
$1.50 36-inch Taffeta Silks In plain or change ,$1.50 Curtains, extra long, per pair.. ,.. ," .. ..95c Suitings Some rare bargains big will be up thrown out at 15c, .. . 25C
able for_ .. ....- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...95c Very special bargains at $U9: $1.95 and $2.90 ;(1.. 19c and 25c per yard. $1.50 Gowns, Corset Covers, Chemise, Drawers,
Skirts from the big sale to at.. .. .. .98c
white down for this go ?
pair. marked
Alt fine Swisses
19-Inch Black Radium Silk, 85c quality to go now .. our
at.... .. .. .. _.. .. ... .. .. .. .. '0 .....55CT.75c ;. grind clean up sale. All|| ourfinest; Muslin Underwear marked down for
.. Mill Ends of 36-inch Dotted Swiss worth 15c per this big sale.Ladies' .

Clean Faille up Brilliant Sale, to go Silks at., .all?colors.. .., .from... ..the. ..42c Lawn.and Linen Suits. yard half ,price.the entire line to go on remnant counter at and. Children's Knit Underwear at specialcut

60c and 75c all Silk Taffetas, all colors, now prices.5c
only..... .. ... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .45c $5.00 White Lawn 'Suits, trimmed In blind em. White Lawn Handkerchief for. ? .. ? ? ..2c
broidery tucks, and hemstitching, separable 8c White Lawn Handkerchiefs for.. .. .. .. .5c
65c Washable Jap Silks |in dainty checks and sleeves.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$3.49 Turn-Over oars.
; .
.. .. ..
hair stripes, to go at.. .. .... .. .... .. ;.39c $7.50 Fine White Lawn Suits, trimmed In blind 15c White Linen Handkerchiefs for. 9c
60c Jap and China Silks, all colors, choice for 34c -., embroidery, lace and tucks, beautifully made, 60 dozen White Lawn Turnover Collars, em- 15c White Lawn with hand embroidered initials,
40c Taffetlne Silks to go at..' .. .. .... .. .. ..19c: to go ..t.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$4.95 broidered or hemstitched edges, worth 10c special. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......5c
$15.00 very fine White Mercerized Batiste Suits, each, to go at.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....3J%e
beautifully made and trimmed, special cut 15e.and 19c Turn-Over Collars to go In this sale
Price.... .. ? .. .. .. .. ..t .0 .. 'f .. ..$9.95 '. for.... .., .. ... ... ,. ... .. .. .. .... 9c and Linen Skirts. .
Mohair and Panama Skirts. 1 box of sample Lace Collarettes to go at half Pique

price. $1.69 White Pique or Linen Skirts, special.. .98c '
$2.50 Blue or Black Wool Crash Skirts, to go
at.... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.49 -'.. Clean Up Sale of. Silk I Suits. $2.25 White Linen Skirts, special $1.49 f
$6.00 Wool Panama Skirts, black only special. ._ Mill Ends of Fine Wash GoodsIn $2.75 White Linen Skirts, nicely strap.
cut prices._ .. .. .. .. .. ? .. .. .. .. ..J3.95 $12.50 white Taffeta pin dots Silk to Suits close, out black grounds for with ,t ped for. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$1.85
quick $5.90
$6.00 gray over plaid wool Skirts, to go at., $3.95 :,. $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, stylishly made, 'In .all White or Printed Styles, from Extra special bargains in fine White Linen

$7.50 Black Panama Skirts for .. ? .. .. ,. ..$4.95 the popular colors, special clean up price.,,.$8.95 3 to 12 yards 'in a piece, to close Skirts at $2.90, $4.90, $5.90 and. . ? .$6.95
$8.50 gray and black Panama Skirts to go .at.. $5.95.. 25.00 all Silk Swiss Taffeta Suits new styles, In $1.39 colored or white Duck Skirts, special..98c: :
All| finer Skirts at special cut prices. leading colors, to close out for .. .. ? ?$13.90 out ridiculously cheap. $5.00 Crash Panama, in gray, navy and black.. $3.69

a ,

Miscellaneous Bargains Picked Up at a Sacrifice in the Big i Glean Up Sales. Hosiery Specials I

V
10 yards stout Bleached Domestic for ......4Sc Ladies' SOc Lace Lisle| Hose, choice patterns, 85e 104 White Bed Spreads going now for..59c In the Big Clean Up Sale
10 yards printed 5c Lawns for. .. .. .25c In black or white, to go per pair for.'. .. ..35c
50C Hammock Pillows, to go at.. ., .eo. :.tr ...,25c Men's: 12!fe full seamless Socks to go 3 pair? for..2DC 15c White Turkish Towels, now only. .. .. .10c Children's 15c Extra Ribbed Hose, Special 10c

8c Dress Ginghams and ChambreYI,.for.. .. 4. ?5c Men's 10c White Handkerchiefs, special each..7eMen's 19c White Turkish Towels extra good for....14c Children'20c Extra Stout School Hose, Special 14c
,
7c White Handkerchief
100 Percales 36-lnches wide, to go at.. .. .. ..7 special eAch..4G
/c
Men's Whit All-Linen Hemstitched Han dker $2.00 Extra 104 White Bed Spreads to go at1.39 Ladies'. 30c Lace Lisle Hose, going at 23c .
10 yards good, stout Sheeting Domestic for..47c- chiefs,' value ., .. '
20c to go at.
10 yards fine Bleached 12*'c Berkely C mb'rlc. 14c Bleached Pillow Cases: torn and? hm'.red; 12Y.1c, 59c 10-4 White Sheets, to go at. .. .. .. .... 45c Ladies' SOc Super, Lace Lisle Hose going at 35c

for... ? ? ...... .. .. .. ? jr ii..98c -- special.... .. .... .. .. .. "" .,.a .: ..10c 75c 104 White Sheets, extra special.. .. ? "..69c Ladies 75c Super Lace Lisle Hose going at 49c


Special line of New Gilt and White Embroidered Belts at 25c and 39c. New Silk Lace mitts, full. Elbow Lengths, 39c, 49c, 59c and 69c. ;.


UM BRELLAS-One Hundred Sample Umbrellas, bought under price, to go on Sale Wednesday Morning i at Special Cut Prices. Be Sure to see them. Don't miss the big Clean

Up Sale of Mill Ends and Remnants. Our entire purchase of $20,000 worth of New Merchandise bought in the big Clean'Up Sales will be ready for your inspection Wednesday d Morning at Nine O'clock. 'j:


BABY'S LAWN CAPS The Well Known Elite Washable Caps, i in all the Newest Wrinkles at special cut prices 25c, 39c, 49c, 69c, and 98c. Positively the newest line on the market I

LADIES' AND MISSES' READY. TO WEAR HATS. ,ALL THE NEWEST STYLES AM A SAVING OF ABOUT ONE HALF,

All,Remnants 'of,Summer Goods will be Thrown Out on Special Hargafn Tables and Closed Out Regardless of Cost.
j 1 ii
"
1 Valuable Souvenirs Given Away...to the First Twenty

.






,




2OO and 2O2 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.






r '

;... j \.: "' -, t : r ,, >, ', L ..,
.
4, 'i '_ !.. x -. -
.



'fi' '"': r



.. .


r-AGE SIX 1 THE PENAACOL.A JOURNAL_ SUNDAY MORNING, ,MAY 13 1908,

-- -
t



veryAdvfrtisemel1t. in These 'CotuinnslsRcadby_



.. -, .. j r' "'


FOR _SALE ]PQf( ) SlBln $$3150.00 r

REAL ESTATE MARKET !
4 $650.00 12 room 2 storyxdwelling on North

t GOING IN DEBT for a full block of 20 lots 'on East HfllA :: Hill, very-close to Confederate monument ,

good chance to double/'your money. the house cannot ba built for -

1800.00 4000.00, house has all modern conven- SPECIAL OFFERINGS
Y '' iences lot 60x125. Come quick if you
;;
for a lot 60 feet front by 120 deep 'on
Lots 13
19 inclusive of block i
to. ,
want a ...OF...
,. snap.
North lull one block from car line. .
FORAHOME 57. Belmont {f ractf-must''be" sold at Moneyto loan at 7 per cent and 8
This Is the cheapest home site on the : I
: hill ---, > .''- per cent. HOOTON & WATSON.

OTHER PROPERTY FOR SALE once.We .
will move in a"few days to the L S. BROWN & CO.
$2500-6 room cottage on North Hill,
Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
one block from car line. Gas, corner of DeLuna and Governments "We SellLoos." Thiesen Building.
has formed a saving habit that has, led many a bath, elecricity and everything

man to riches. If you don't own a home, buy modern. ._ streets.. "What's ,g'U od} for $112,500.00 store 'buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near
$1000-''Fine farm, 4 miles west of ; Union Depot. A fine investment.
one to-day. We have on our'!list a number of town. :Has a.house on the land others is good enough for us." Our : HOMES FOR SALE $$2,500.00-one of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lot-'.

residence properties that can be 'purchasedwith worth the money.- present office will then:be for rent each 40x137: % feet.
$ 800-4 lots, 120 feet by 125, on NorthSpring 1 $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on North Pal $ox This is offered!
six
Summer cottage of rooms near
a small cash down,payment and balance St., just .where. the carline f car line on Little Bayou .. ..$1400 for short time only
will run.by. $6,300.00-Large 2-story North Palafox
dwelling on on corner.
on easy terms. START TO/DAY! $1100()-For two houses, renting for Five room St. cottage.with ..bath.. N. $$2,500.00-6 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 80x125 feet.
Hayne neardepot. $1800
t $168 per year; will pay 15 percent Beautiful 8 room 2 story? housenewand $$3,350.0v-N! roomy dwelling, with large lot, stables and out housesin
'
.. McDavd-Hyef! Company modern E., Cervantes$3040 excellent location on DeVilliers St$5,000OOTwo
$2000-for store and two dwellings, FOR RENT. dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.
West 4nd rents $216 per year. i Barcelona St.
Agents New York Five room cottage, 519 E, Gregory

Pensacola Investment Company $600-cash and balance" -4 7*"M percent Life Insurance Company.< near R. R. shops? .. .. .. .. .$8.00C. PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "1.."
:
FOR RENT. i 8 E. Government Street .t
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.W. R. YAEGERNo.
$16.00 6 room house,near depot. j Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla .

B. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON,'Secretary.KNOWLES $12.00 5,-room house, near depot No. 202 Theisen Phone 686. -:::

J.L STILLMAN, V..Pres. and Gen. BUR,Treasurer. .., ,,, _
Manager EIIr"Z:'> '''c. =r =-= '>&i>''--' ''''''' '' "' -=
LESLIE E. BROOKS Wanted ll

Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. .. WAN PEE.
I Phone 462 Fisher BuildingFiLLP __ I No 2JJ J J E Government St.

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola* Florida. WANTED-To do your painting, glazing WANTED The people to know that Idon't

class staining, graining: hard want all the clock and watch
oil This little brick cottage 'is close to the business section! has 5
e WANTED' -- isfaction finishing guaranteed.and paper James hanging.Blevins Sat-;repair work in town, but just enough rooms and hall, bath, gas, city water, sanitary connection. It will

.. to 'keep me busy. rop me a card or make you a nice home, convenent to your business besides being .\
WANTED! Two traveling salesmen contractor 9maylw* 613 W. Zarrasossa tit call at 1000 East= Jackson St good investment. It will increase in value and if you should ever desire ,

: wanted in each state; salary $125 JSmaylw'WANTED I ; to move you could easily find a purchaser at a good increase: ,

month and expenses. Samples free? $2100.00.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY a small -To sell a lot of old papers

Savings experience unnecessary. California cottage on water front. Either on 'at 5c a !bundle. Apply at this office Big Profit in this:
A Home Cider &: Flavoring Co., Box 1347, St.
bay shore' or on one of the bayous. Address ., They are all whole, clean and
Louis Mo.
lt
We believe will a in
H. B. you make good profit on your .investment a
nice.
care Journal. 9may
.. |I
/ ,, very short time. We have 10 lots on North Palafox that we can sell
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE WANTED-Men everywhere, :god d ;; I i E for $2250.00. These lots are right in line of the best residence district
pay---pass circulars, tack'signs-ne WANTED The public'to; know that WM"'TED--To rent furnished room in of should
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND this cty and even now bring more money
the Pensacola private family on car line. Bache
canvassing, steady. Continental? Distributing Building Association
DEATH.American. has decided to follow lor. Address Box 114. 12maylw*
Service, Chicago.. IV" the lead "of theprogressive .
'
youn'g men who have Fisherville.
WANTED-Salesmen of ability: ->a.nd lished that modern and esta'W ANTED--A position as stenographer

Life Insurance CompanyIs neat.appearance to call on all merchants thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that by young lady with experience.
Do not overiook.'thi! :$ pretty little village on the bay. Nice people
in their territory; elegant sid e they are an up-to-date and modern P. 0. Box-244. Florala. Ala.
live here and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $300.0u.
the only straight life, legal reserve company organized in Florida. line convenient to carry; good com firm; and have taken offices 29apr2w
It is and here in
very cool pleasant summer.
mission remittance.
; prompt Butler at 210 DeLuna St., and areready
'
... HOME OFFICE TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK .$500,000 Mfg., Co., Cincinnati, O. It* to serve the public in WANTED.-A. R. BIngham want FOR SENT Some.nice houses. Call by our office and see our

:the building ]line. General contracting your moving and hauling. He gual'antees list.
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIESFROM.$50 TO $10,000 WANTED-Any person willing to distribute rent
samples .$20.00weekly and repair work a specialty, plans all breakage. Phony 630.
:: and specifications furnished with I LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.
Brosnaham estimates i
Pensacola Office: Building "Empire, 4 Wells St. Chicago, 111. on short notice. Jas. M. --WANTED- owners of poultry to I I

Steady position; no canvassing It Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback, Asst know that we are agents for the celebrated -'I, THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY

WiA! TED--Gpod cook. Apply at office Mgr. 8may Conkey's Poultry Remedies.!
1 McDavid.Hyer Co. 13may Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera; THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
'gape and to kill fleas, Fee and mites. ,
MOYER. on the square has a first- "Also their- wonderful producer. F. 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. -
egg PHONE 8?
WANTED Everyone to know that class meat market and handles noth.In'g -
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 2U.
REAL ESTATELOANS The Journal has nice, clean old papers but the best of everything: All
18apr.
for sale cheap. Only five. cent kinds of vegetables, fine and comolete .
.
a bundle. line of fancy groceries. 20 lbs. Standard
A.VTED-To buy old gold,and silver
Granulated Sugar 1. When youwant Board and Rooms. LOST
W.A1-'TEID--Colored girl for general t the best go the East End up-tp broken up -stuff regardless! 'of ,,- -
housework(' Apply 422 West Greg sizes. .Cash paid. LigatmanKleln, -
date meat market ..
and ,
grocery store. LOST+ -Pensacola Terminal \h :
FOR RENT-One two furnished pass
St. lOG E. Wright Phone 1127. or newly
ory lOmaylwWiANTED _
AND INSURANCE Phone 718. Smaylw* front rooms; southern expos' marked Goldine Jacoby and oh: i >

--..Setued woman for nurse. NEW UPRIGHT PIANO exchange ure; with privilege! of phone. Location finedr will please leave at store of !I..l

Apply 701( Nurth Palafox'' St. 9may WANTED-To loan $100 to $200 can for lot on East Hill. Address P. desirable and near business center Jacoby, or phone office. No valu0

be paid by weekly or' monthly pay 0. Box 207. 30mar 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw anyone else. 13m i,
WANTED good nurse. Apply C. ments. Good security and interest

H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay- Address J, J. Ruthbye; City Miscellaneuos FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo- LOST-On W. Intendencia street, loiu

lARGAINS! len Sts. gmayWANTEDrA 6maylw .' ; cated. Best rooms in the city;cool, black collecting book, containing r( -

cook. PANA3PAS-Panamas and straw hats I clean beds. Apply 128. .%. .East, Government ceipts book and bills. Reward for return
: good Apply at WANTED-Second hand furniture cleaned, bleached and blocked byi I St 4mayjtn to Home Art Co., 3& W. Roman:
Mrs. J. E. I.
once to Turtle, Fort Bar
bought and sold. Ring phone I! 12may.
754
expert workmen. Leave hats at Freid- _
rancas. Smay OLD MILL INN-On bay front Opens
I 1 or O'Hara.call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. erlckson's. tailor shop, 34 S. Palafox June 1.: Large, airy and' delightfully LOST-Saturday, April 14, presuma:

$3,150.00 $6500.00 WANTED-Young man about 20 2may St. 6maylm cool. Good fishing, bathing and bly from wagon, package containing!:,
years
12 room 2 story residence! all con-f Lot 77x170 W. trousers addressed H. P Moo
on Intenrencla closeto pair |
to do do general work and collect: ON MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE 1Mattresses" First class table. On electric -
irenlences' near Confederate! monument Baylen; houses on it rent 2100. ing.. Must be well recommended ant} SURETY Surety Company BO\m8-The, of New American York lei'I : ;made to order; old ones I car line, 15 minutes: ride from:city. If foundreturned to Express offlm'

$900.00No. furnish bond. Address I., Journal prepared ta renovated, .. .New. ticks furnished.1 Regular boarders and transients.! and revive! reward. l ar:
execute at this
$2100.00 701 E. Wright St, rents for $10. Smay. out delay Bonds and city with I Second hand furniture bought an-1 1 Terms reasonable.' Address' Old Mill ,
8 room cottage fronting 'bay at Fish per month.. Undertakings required Inn Pensacola Fla. : -- -
., in the courts, and for the sold. Upholstering and repairing don. 4may
erville. $5500.00 SOLICITORS WANTED-To solicit formance of contracts. per 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone 771. . I HOTELS.
Gets a 7 room 2 story and 4 room single for the modern workinoin Wm. D. Howe, PLEASANT I ,
$5500.00 of the attorney, U% E. Government Davis :Mfg. Co., C. T Davis, Mgr. THREE ROOMS to rent
Elegant home, desirable location, story, bath, new modern conveniences world. Will pay you weekly benefits s 2maylm. St. I with privilege of light house keeping .-HOTELS AMD BOARDING uor '::3

; East Hill. and front on 9th avenue, includes in case of sickness: or accident. Takes EXCURSION-The launches Stella!I. 301 W. Chase. 3apr Before laying your carpet or 111. '

i $1500.00 S. half of block; bargain care of the balance of the family i Incase WANTED-Youn'g country printer and Leclair will run excursions toI I NICELY FURNISHED ROOM< for rem ting, buy a supply of old newspa sta

6 room cottage, East Jackson St on $2200.00 of death the best fraternal organization wants a position in newspaper the Life Saving Station 'or other on North Hill car line; location : put underneath and protect it. < :MH:i,.-

car line; cheap. 10 lots and 2 houses, rent $13, fronting in the country. Apply at No. job office in Florida or Alabama. Has or f points of interest, day or night on rea very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden five cents a bundle at this offiroFERRELL

on R. R. near Cary's wood yard; 32:? W. Zarragossa street, between 9 e'!ght years' experience and an all- sonable terms. Phones 659 and V 30. street. 25april ::: HOTiiL-Sneads, :an"1 i..
1 $1050.00 snap. a. m. and 3 p. m. 6may2w J. C. Sutherland Mgr.
4 round good job printer. A perfect I2apr.TAILORING I PLEASANT place to board on North Rates $2.00 per day. Nice roam ,
room cottage, East LaRua St., 2700.00 gentleman and -B. L. .Diamond good beds, table the best. J. M. i"\ -
absolutely Tailor.
R. R. WANTED-A smart young lady or sober; will 1 Hill, on car line. Address:; No.8,
near Shops. 30 lots and 4 houses rents $23.00; young .man stenographer; who has start on moderate salary. Address:! Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and care Journal. 27mar rell, Prop. iTjpr

$2000.00 somebody will get a bargain here. experience and good educat':on. Salary stating full particulars, Arthur Win repaired on short notice. No. 11% Old newspapers at five cents,a bundle' HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 per -I1;, '.
8, room 2 story, No. 1201 N. Davis $2650.00 free. White Castle, La. West Government: St., Pensacola, Fla.
*
$10 week give of last 12aprlw this office. ,
12 lots and 4 houses houses per ; name at They are all clean Special rate by week. Special: -i I'
line and 7 Idee.
Et.. on car ; bargain. lots under contract which employer. J. J. McCaskill Co., Free-) and nice tention to traveling men. Free .-=a I i-

$1700.00.J' per month and 8 cent Interest.bring $31 port. Fla. 5mayl2tWANTED WANTED.-All kinds or electrical J. H. PORTER, EalimaRer! i6 South I IFOR' pie room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, P;">p.
cottages and 3 lots at Fisherville,' per work. I sell all kinds of electrical Palafox street Orders taken for 15apr.
fronting bay; snap. $425.00 -Agents for book on San batteries and other electrical supplies. *tents, awnings, camp stools and house RENTFOR -
7 4 lots on W. LaRua St. car line Francisco Distaster HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all M9
Tremendous
; de When
'I' you need me ring 345 or 955. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan.! .
$900.00.Ifjot
1 dirt cheap. mand. year. American and European p'.i.! .
Everybody
buys. Big book- E. W. Peake new Star
Laundry build
on corner Zarragossa and Florida $150.00 Up 500 pages. Hundreds of photographs ing, E. Garden. SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzJe Oert- ] RENT-Two story 8 room house, Special summer rates. F'.rst-class; J m

i, Blanca. Take a look at this. I Elegant building lots in New City. -stories by survivors. Fifty -per 'cent. 15dec- ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship with gas, hot and cod water, and all;:. every respect. Pleasant and con\- o-

t ,. Premuium extra. Credit 'gIven. Outfit WANTED-The public to know chandlers and grocers, only first-class I other modern conveniences. Address': lent Mrs. T L. Bowen, Prop., !', a-
that
\ free. Write today. Drop everythingand we can do all kinds of repairing house of kind' : in city. Fair prices to al!. or apply 41 E. Chase street lOmay I sacola Fla. 1'apr+

If you don't see what you want ask us for It. We buy, sell and exchange make $500 'next 30 days. Stand float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. MILTON UPHOLSTERING: SHOP h FOR RENT-Elegant ,, THE
ard Co., 325 Dearborn St., Chicago. G. Welsh' Carriage Co. 27fe& Willie Mims, Proprietor. Furniture two-story residence BROWN HOUSE-Airy room,
i I I
corner Strong and Sprin Sts. good beds. Free baths and sauipe'
Imay2w repairing of all kinds ;
all kinds of property, and can make you reasonable terms on any. COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressingand laid, f furniture packed for ,shipping carpets, Apply to C. H. Turner. lOniay I.I room. $2 per day. Special attenn.: a

WANTED-First-class barber tar colored Cleaning'Cub! 212 N. DeVilleraSt. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. FOR RENT-We will move to corner!i tc traveling men. J. R. Brown, Pm: ,

MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE Oft SMALL trade:: Ring 1010- ring or ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage 22April.\ DeLuna and Government Sts. in a few. DeFuniak. -- -. Springs Fa.! ISmarin-

call Sylvester Campbell .Store,near solicited; satisfaction guars CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. days and our present office will then! CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-(Ip

AMOUNTS AT 7 AND 8 PER CENT dummy depot, Warrington. Fla' :". teed. Careful attention given ladle I 'Floats built to order. Horse shoeing be for rent. McDavid-Hyef Co. depot. Large and well lish t i

24 apri. \ garments. Phone 1222. gfetWANTED. (: a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage 5may. rooms. Free sample room. Meas; !tall

LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US IF YOU WANT IT SOLD. Co,' 27feb hours. Special attention to t ta; .
---:0;:, .-Hauling and transfer FOR RENT-Seven room house on elin'g met $2.00 per dayJ. M. Tn-
II I WANTED work. Office phone 363; residence REGULAR HACK LINE From .Chip- North Hill for $25.00 per'month. until gle, Prop. 13niar-u!

,; phone 390. Acosta &: White, 22-28 N. ley,, makng connections with mail Nov. 15th. All modern conven!.
I Tarragona St 25mar. launch for points on St Andrews bay. ences. Fisher Real Estate Agency. CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl Setterl! a ,i.
"WE SELL LOTS" WANTED Men tq.leabarb: e r Extra teams for traveling men. Good( 3may. Prop. Special attention to com" ,-r-

[ S BROWN & CO trade. 10 position for' every horses,, comfortable vehicles. Call on .'. cial travelers. Free sample and i \tl r1 i
201 I i 1-2 TMeseo Bldg! graduate. Top wages paid. Few WANTED.-The old public to know that or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley Fla. FOR SALE-One grocer's refrigera rooms. Large rooms with good I :3.
newspapers can be bought at
weeks Course in; tor
completes. Telephone No 74. 28apr capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. Apply $2 per day. 13m I r ra
eludes tools and diplomas Can near this ofncrfor five cents a bundle. Theyare D. J. Cunningham, Romana and Rail
all clean and nice. GOOD PASTURE-For few horses BAY HOTEL.-Open !
ly' earn, expenses if desired. Catalogue a road Sts. nlgat and day.
mailed free. Moler Barber 'C<>f. and:cows. Address jr apply to W. 2may I European plan. Rooms light inJ

lege, New Orleans, La. 12may6t t WANTED-We want your orders! for H. Ki'lbee, Brents Fla. 15aprlw FOR RENT Two very de irablestores t clean. Transient trade solicit: 'L
[ 1907 Art Calendars: Over 300 or3inal' on first floor of :Manhattan 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nicola! ,
C designs to select from. All hotel, Corner Garden and Prop.
CI WANTED-German wants position on Baylen.
I The Earth is For Sale private place for general work in prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- Money to Loan. Just completed and arranged In first

gardening or farming:. Address German la. 16feb.WANTED. class shape. For terms,particulars, I
Business
A Startling Statement, Journal. IQmaylw* MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr OpportunityLARGE -

.-The Merchants Transfer rows money from Jno. A. Hall & FOR RENT-After
May 1, furnished Manufacture '
but It Is true, and we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra WANTEI-To) buy one .or two lots in Co. wants your moving and baulln I Co., 16 E. Government street When cottage at "All Bay." Address for wants man: m*: '
Box ager branch :
: house.
firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood timber land, sawmill good locality and not 'too gar out All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnorsen ia need call en us. 9feblm 815, Pensacola. month fiahiiy ->
28apr per and additional n.
and turpentine locations: grazing and agricultural lands and State price, terms and full particulars Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm. MONEY LOANED oa all kinds of p dr- Good references comm. J
town property. We have 'a 25000 acre proposit n in saw mill timber in first letter. Address A. M., care tonal pioperty on short notice. FOR RENT-Second story over LIIl.denstruth's quired. and $1000 ra.-.i
: Address B J *
i that Is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the above classes, Journal Smay OLD HATS MADE NEWPanamand Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. jewelry store. Suitable 585, Chicago. Supt, Lock .t*

list them with us, and they will soon be sold. We, can sell your turpentine Straw hats cleaned, presseJ Romana. Phone 1165. lfebMONEY for offices, sleeping quarters or storage
;, place, to be delivered next: winter. WANTED-The public to know that and blocned. Panama 50c, straw hats rooms. Lee Daniell- 24apr

We are sole agents for all the real estate of the new town of we have bought out the Star Jewelry 25c, felt hats 35c. -Work guaranteed. ) TO LEND On good real estate RENT vo. Justice of Supreme Court
r Co. in this Victor Louis 100 E. Intendencia. security, or on good collateral, FOR -8-roora, 2-story Cottage Vote for Two
Lyndiola. nestling beside a chain of turquolseblue lakes besides the city. Customers are 318 W. Belmont :
lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks Apply to Walker
at ,
1 B. C. &: St. A. railroad. Also for the real estate in the new seaside notified to pay no one except our regular 24 apr1m'W Fisher building. 21Jaa Ingraham. AprilSOA. T. L. Clarkeand

t city of Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the terminus of the collector, R. H. VJck,' who has .

B. C. &: St. A. railroad on the far famed St Andrews Bay which has. been in the employ of the Anchor Supply .-Electric work of ah k'.nd. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal R. BINGHAM has storage room for

f been justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In fact if it's Co., as manager of their business Let us clean your fans repair your property on short notice. rent, suitable for furniture or other Charles B. Parkhill

any part of mother earth, see us about Itt here for the past four years. R. H. dynamo dolour v.iria.;. etc Pan Term easy. J. W. Bullard, upstair goods, 104 and 106, South Tarragona

- I Vick & Co. 9maylw* 570. Pensacola Elecirij Co, 2C5 ',a 28% South Palafox St, Phone 1144. St Phone 630 .. son0WANTED. -

_t l: BUTLER & SIMMONS, MATTRESSES Baylen. SOOT .-Real .Estate for sale or For Railroad Commissioners

RENOVATED New UNLIMITED amount or money to loan rent leu.j'Or exchange. Your busIness Vote for Two:
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS
tick
furnished if
desired. Guaran SECOND HAND
CLOTHING WANT
f I on all kinds of personal property. respectfully\ solicited J. A. Wilson ]
E.
tf CHIPLEY, FLA. teed. Crapet taken up and matting ED-Highest price paid for gents' Special rates to business men on large Red Estate Agent 22% W. Government B. BAILEYand
laid if desired. Leave. orders at clothing only.'Sell second' hand goods. New York 1
I :loans.: The Loan Co., 204& street. Room 7, Salisbury
Green &: Wau n. Phone i93. 7mar Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia.South Palafox. building. Phone 172. 23Jan R!. A. BLITCH



.

.
,




i .Ff K .lS ""-" ..:. '.! ..... ..
-\ --oQ.-= '-, .- -, './ / ., -. -" > '- -,.- .-'.;"' "" ...:'';" :



-,
,_ '. __- -. _. -! .,-3-' ,, ,w.f. :". >"';i'
"
A'" ', :: "'.. :"':':" ,>-:' -

,

J ,. <.
.: !- -'
Tt -

THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY, 13 1906 '

r-------------- ,_, .*.- PAGE SEVEN t ; [.,::1.



Thousands acIi Day Wh Are Looking for BargainsFor :; fn:


.
.
-- ,
"- = N ;

Sale For Sale FO.R SALE I McMillan Bros. Co. ............ .......... .....................: -1 "f 1 i. ? !
< *f'J''""" r W JfUW 1frUW
0fV < i.
List of Property for Sale by D. Hale The 1SOB Model 'l rl
yOR SALE-Installment business with W.\NTED-To loan money on you*

about 300 leases and stock. Owner watches Jewelry and personal effects. One block Wilson & Co. carline AUSLEY { COMPANY RemingtoiiSholes -
on proposed street
business. Good opportunifor i i -
ha other Highest'cash price for old gold New City overlooking Bayou j'-r;:
'\ man: with small capital. Address and silver. LJghtman &; Klein, 106 B. >
Texar, and under fence:. ..$3000
0.1C Journal. llmaylw wright Phone 1127, ?; i {,
One half block on Lakeview avenuein i :
,1
settled neighborhood and on hard COMMISSION( BROKERS i f ,; J.
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-HootonYatson & FOR SAIJE--HOOt skiff'copper fastened -road very cheap at.. .. .. .$1500 : ;; with its new billing attachments V l' 55': i.V
\ have just received a large and locks also don. and instantly interchangeable carriages f'
new oars ; I One-half block ((12 lots) and six new
,uppy! of the latest'city maps showing >le barrel breech loading shot .gun,. houses renting for $5.00 each with MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FiA. ribbon, tabulator is and the two-com'j color :. : r. .' l'
movement,
:,11 of the subdivisions. The maps are used one season; all for' $25,00. Address ; room for seven more houses.. $3250 I combined most }j :4 V''t.. .
plete lit
official and down to date ,and are B. E. White, Box 5, Warrington,' Two large lots and a good three I lt .\ 1t -

mounted on heavy linen. Regular !la. 13maylw* room and hall house renting for $6.00 i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOGKSGRAlNPROVISIONSandBONDS. Billing t andCorrespondence i *
price $2.5O; special price on lots ot per month sold at once.$600 -4 ,'. '-.*tV
riyp or more to agents or real estate I FOR .SA.UE--iAll of my pot flowers.. One nice five roomed house in good 'J i 1 -

nea, Hooton & Watson. 8may Apply"1408 E..Gadsden St. or phone locality with 37 foot lot renting for 1t dt : .

:'ORLELarge ice box, suitablefor 853 6-rln'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. 10.00 per month.. .... .. ..$1000:) Naval Stores. ,: machine manufactured. Designed >' V AVi; ;--;.
grocery store or market and ISmaylm. One-half an arpent and ten roomed Savannah, Ga., May 12.-The naval I V as it was for fast service built for 1'I".ij-f 1

soda fount with 20 syrup cups. All in : house in central part of the city,nice stores market closed today as follows: Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : hard use, recommended by experts : H V' .

good condition. Will sell cheap or FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa shade and fruit trees.. .. ..$5500 -\V\V. 4 85 to 5 05 and guaranteed against wear,it is ,V.f V: J ',j
exchange for other property Apply pers. All whole and useful at home''' Vacant lots in any part of the city 'VI:;.* 80 :I offered as the ideal :1
T J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue. or In your store. Only five cents per at prices that will take. Several investments N.. .. .. .. .. .. .. *_ *. ..4 75 : ; Reference f : First Kttiona! and:Peoples Baafe Phone 1173.J; i f: i -R? '

maylm* bundle. : thai "111 net 10 per centon M.. .. .. a.* .w .. .. .o ....4 70 I : .Je Typewriterfor .'
j-xR--SALE_ -_ Registered_ _ _Berkshire_ the money Invested. K ... .. .. 'I' .. I. S. .1...> ..* uQ' I ........ I :t, t*>i?
hogs: best of breeding. Ask for' FOR SALE-FIne hotel site; best situation FOR RENT. I... i. '.440 i producing the most good workia )j. VJ 'i }f V
catalogue. Carl Setterllnd. Chipley' in the city for a tourist hotel Ten roomed house centrally located, ., .,.. .. .- .435 I -- _I.- -- ,-- theshortesttmewjththe1eastefftt ,
>
fla. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet, and unexcelled for a boarding house G .4 20 to. 4 25F Write today for fall.description. i" ft':1 :-:-1
deep on East Government street over.. on street car line, $35.00 per month. ;. -I. 417 to 4 20 Local Agents wanted: for 1. '! : 1" f
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers looking Seville square and Adams: Five roomed house close in town E .4 10 unoccupied: territory. y ; r. ., ;

at five cents a bundle. This of. street with open view of Pensacola large yard and nice out buildings, stable D.4 00 How Do You Save Money ? : THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. if I "f

fice. bay $10,000 will buy the'property. etc., $20. 0 per month.If 'C..3 90 Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE. VV : .
fOR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. lapr.: S what you want is not listed here Spirits turpentine 63=&} to 64 cent '4i. : > 1

boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to call us up by phone 234 or call and l"''\11'

Key Method Laundry. ISApri see us at 30 S. Palafox street AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORTS Some say "to get an education," some "to FLA. 4.: :

SALE OR RENT Two lighters TOO LATE 'FOR .ol) Cotton 204 West Bay Street, : :. .t } i .
FOR ; CLASIFICATIONl Uv rp Market marry, while others say "to buy a home. .1" >, ... ;
D. Hale Wilson & Co. S '
with capacity for 75 thousand ft. --- -- 1 '
one SOLICITOR WlANTED-To solicit for i t Clot These are all worthy motives of which there .:- '\
. :
lumber the other thirty thousand ca the Modem Workman of the World. 3 6-J7 For Railroad Commissioners. < :ltVote
..
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two Will pay you weekly benefits in case Jib.-lf Mar. .6.79 are many more. There must be some svs- for Two: l. f..;'"+q t

skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long of sickness or accident. Takes care For Farm Turpentine or ipril-KI'- .............-. B.\0 tern or method worked out to obtain he E. B. BAILEY t1')

a ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. of the balance of the family in case Timber Lands U&y-Jaa................................... 5.99 seldom .
Chaffln & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar of death. The best fraternal organization lun.Ja1r; ............................ .... 6d coveted object or its possession is and'V'; ; } %--J-{

ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric in the country. Apply at No. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall Jnlyingut ...................... ..... ....6d obtained.No N. A. BLITCHCHAS.BLUM&CO "j 1; --- -* .
Address
car line, six lots 100 ft. front 323 W. Zarragossa street between 9 on or .Lugut-S pkb tr.... 5.97 matter what it is desire 3i". >"f,
ready
you '
.
700. Inside 3 BeptembM-OetobiT 1.85OOSOb..lIfOY.mbtr ---- : ""' : '
deeP corners ,
l 131% a. m. and m. '
11Y p. Turner & Aymard ---- -- -- -- --- ------- "
1600. There are no better Bituatlons ... .' money helps you to obtain it. Have you l"j'V
(Its Real Estate and Abstrat Co. XoTMkber-Dttimber ; } .1' !
than these lota. A. V. Clubfos.jUSf P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs,Fla Deouibir-JMUJ7- ...........5.79 the money? If not we advise you to opena ',' 'i. ; : 1

RECEIVED Large saipment of Liverpool Spota,819. savings account here-one dollar will do 'V .;.' -':
OIL Retail I 1
imported Olive by pint, These ,
are it and then add it each week month .," .
gallon or larger quantity. Q. Morasso Professional! Director New York'Cotton Market to or

& Co, ship chandlers and grocers. 701 n Opeo High Low Close from earnings. We will add four ; J f
South Palafox. 4oct GENUINE BARGAINS Janurr 10-72 10.73 10.M 10.88 your' per \D/Z2.( .. jl <. V1, :" .

NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those March 10.77 10.77 cent compounded semi-annually. \ ) : 1:: .

wishing to make a successful run Modern Home with % block of T C. YATES M D May 11.43 11.43 11.32 A.84 Q < !.. Ji '
July 11-23: lt-3 11.09 11.1 ; )
should supply themselves with a bot. ground on East Hill car line, .Input 11.01 11.03 10.9s 10t5 pi 1h 1 1-i :r' 'V 1
Now Is the $3000. OPTICIAN ; 'J
tie of PLUTO. season to
OoOber..l0.11 ld.71 10.63 10.6J
prepare your stomach and liver Seven room house with % block of 306 THIESEN BUILDING Deoember..l0,70 10.70 lO.Oi 10.82 T1.1'!: /. :, ,,<'
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. ground, near Stoddart's. (Will car* JlI"York 8pok, 11.80 FIRST NATIONAL BANK : {. Ij
.
For sale by all druggists and grocers, mortgage of (2300 on this proper',,.) New Orleans Spots,11 718.WhMt. I I $9Q1A' $4s.I9 \j:jt ;< .

wholesale by Jas McHugh. $2800. WM, D, HOWE, OF PENSACOLA, FLA.W. ;'r.-t -, ; ,- :, '.{
FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmprov Vacant lots near East Hill car line t!: ": "
AT LAW .Ii
AND
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR Open High Low Clou
ed property In all parts of the city. from ...... I : 1
Ka7- SII 83% 03 tit ,
EAST GOVERNMENT ST. H.KKOWI.M.Pru. K.HTR JB., V.-Preg.wd Cts'iier.
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, $175 MID UP. I' UJ .. Jt.I1.............81" ISI% 80% BOJi T. W, Bauer and w.j N. KOBSRTJ, Aast.Caihleri. I'' .
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone Northeast from Stoddart's place, an DlBicrcne-F. C.,treat: W. A. filcnnt, W. H.: Knowles, W. K. flyer, .Tr. {- :

23Jan entire black .. .. .. .. ... U. G. Brent. .
172. _ at. eo ,; SEN'l'P'RDt it Ccrn. ; '
AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for the $500. Woollens users of morphine, 'Open fiigh Low' Close -_'- ,,-...,=--<= .....4I' .", ",
opium, laudanum, ........... I
W
Ma7 *&X' 48 4MX }- ;
: Co. and sell auto elixir ,
Pope Mfg. can you from of opium eoealaeorwklsk -
Lots St John's
cemetery
near ......
from {500.00 up. They cost less than ?30 to $75. On any of this property I I large book ot par.Ucularsol1homlor y,& v.l7- 4W 46 46 I V : V' ; ':,:
horses to keep np. They can be run 0r.P I U ,
will loan two-thirds of the purchase York Stock Mark.t I' t-
in Leslie sand E.or Brooks.anywhere a horse can go. price at market interest ment.sanatorium J.daresaDr.treat New T 'Si-. opea 01011 City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds :r"

AND & M. WOOLLJEI, &t.ruP&cl1 ...... 66% : tliJ .
.FOR SALE-Three barber chairs and I, Cure! IMN.PrrorStAtlanta CJjppr... imi 108!! '1 517 AND 519 W2ST BAY ST!. :'" ;
combination four-chair mirror. Call THOS PEBLEY ,- Qeorgl .L. 8.R........................ 13i: 135/ i I Denomination, 1000.00 Each. JACKSONVILLE FLA. '"V f V

or write J. A. Biilingsley, 14 E. Gov. A.teh.. ............ 89 ,8 Dated Jan.'l, 1906, Maturing Jan11936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. -
v 1
ernment St. A.B ........................... 15& 153]' :
ISaprlm CORNER PALAFOX
AND ROMANA B.BT....'....... 83X ., '83 i I Interest Payable Semi-Annually. '. i :
STREET, UPSTAIRS.. ..a 0 ..'*.,.'109Xrle ;\1 .' Morris Dannheisser >
FOR SALE-Ten new and second ...'}.:. 43H 3. Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to ., ,
second hand office safes, different 0.1'.I .__,... 2X tl : We : 4' a (Formerly ol Dannhelsser Bros.) J ,
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. u. 8..".., 42tf ,(lU Prior Sale in Amount to Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, FInE i -
.
Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern ,I., P"fened?.:...... 106H 106 Wines Beer and Tobacco. : ; ;
ment St 24mar B. .i.. 29tf ://9 Purchaser. .
. L.k I..a... .......... 146 Jt5LtaJ. Suit Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty l' I

FOR SALE-A fine piece of water I 80* 80 12 W. Zarragossa Street '
S Correspondence Invited.
front property 60 feet front on West M.P. 83tf 83 :
I of I Mbt.................... ...... 115. 11134CuD. PENSCAOLA. FLORID V.
Shore the foot Clubbs
Bay at street! .PM........................ IG1! ,;100' I
with a 4 room house, front and back I K.T.C ....:.....,"....... 141 I 141l. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA
:gallery! has a nice wharf about 250 I P.O ...-. S3* 93 Florida and Alabama

feet long, running out to deep water V BTJ-O......................... 8l4 18034St.
from the front gate. For a few days .P ................... ...... 1:0LI. l 9 PENSACOLA FLA. LAND COMPANY .
only it will be offered at only $1500. DR.J.H.MOCKDental ...............::........... 23" ; .
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at:. BB.. 88H 88>. Manufacturers ol
L. Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may 0 T.C.L.-. UIJ 4 Ip and Dealers in
Surgeon.Crown nn 136K 136C'.P. N., 5603.
.......... __ ...... 150yi 15034 -- LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.
FARM FOR SALE-80 acres locatedat and Bridge Work a Specl'Hy.. C W UKAR. PresUwt.M JOHN PFCIff A.,! ftt Cash''''. GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .
Cottage Hill on railroad; all fenced Painless Extracting of Teet : : YI ..Pruldent. end Ca W.r. J.W. ANDREWS.Asteta.t GuMr. -
-MONDAY WE WILL' SELL BLUE I CURK --- --
In and with large house-barns out I V
28/2 S. Palafo- St. WASH SUITSi$ : WORTH $3.50 AT
houses. etc. Creek runs through the Save both by conferring with us 7 and 9 Old ArmcT-y* Bulld. U
land, and 4 or 5 springs are also on when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See Phone 1077. $2.75. F. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Theiii
the land. shade ;
Plenty trees and apple us about some of the following: Store.
pecan peach and plum trees. Store N. DeVillier street renting' --- OF /VS4C814, FLA.

Good soil; also have a lot of fine breed for $180 per year. h .. ..'$1500 STATES.
thickens, ducks, hogs, goats, pea House on North "C" street cheap- DIRECTORYJoppa SUNDAY: PROGRAMAT THE Y. M. C. A. DESIGNATED. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED

fowls, pigeons, geese and turKfys of a t.... ... .. ... .. ... .$600 CAPITAL STOCK, $200,0(8.( SURFLUS 9,933. '
all kinds. Reasonfor selling ia that 1 House on East Ara'gon" street only I Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Informal at the Young ;

have no one to manage place. A great ..x .. ....q ._'j *...; 4.0 .. .$650! Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F., Men's The ChrTSTIan program Association Sunday DIRECTORS. Weather ., :
bargain either as an Investment enjoyed by a
.
afternoon
for party looking for a good farm on bargain at .. ...... .. -... .. .$1000 o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmontand The was which was somewhat Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Br Lmar wne/. > ,
men. program W. 5. Resasco, CI W. ,
which to make money. Every hlng J. M. Pfeiffer,
Four blocks In West. King Tract Baylen street. Visiting breth'renare ,
S in the nature of an experiment fn. J. R. 811widci, .
genuine and just as: represented. No each . .. .. ..... .. '.. .$1 000 cordially Invited. popular and evidently meets BryeR Dunw. y, T.F.Mc6o. 0. E. Msuw:
fake. Write or call on W. H. Morgan, We have numerous other properties -1]I T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. proved popular need.It ,. M. Cawthon.very'Y.; Dr. "W.MIlton J. "annah, rLKenIe Oerthig V
Box 453. Pensacola. for further partic! listed with and it would W. Sec.SljanGm. W L is Here t'
us J.
3lmar'' pay GINGLES has been decided to have a pro- Akx C. M. CovIn1on M, e. C4ark.
ulars. McGowin
you to consult us before making your gram of some nature every Sunday V
FOR SALE-Nice! new six room investment. details .( "
j I afternoon at 3 o'clock. The end Firms SoNolted.
house located corner 11th street We are in receipt- of advices from 1 Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, 1(. of.P. will not be announced, but something Accounts Banks. Individual,Corporations ,
and 14th ave. Built on two lots. the fire insurance companies! represented meets every 'Monday evening at 8 attractive will be provided. This afternoon Four per cent Interest Paid on Tlmo Deposits. and the old problem of :V ..
3 louse has one story and basement. by us "That all losses in California o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall there will be vocal and instru. how to keep cool and keep
City; water bath room, sewer connections. conflagration will be promptly over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St. mental music. : in good health comes with -_
1 House is now leased to very I paid and that THEY WILL CON- Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. .All men. whether members of theY -- it. V

desirable tenant Price $2.500. A T1NUE TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE,:,I -J KIRKPATRICK. C. M. C. A. or not, are cordially. in- .
good investment. Address 44, care INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY, H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S \! L HIL'l'ON GRU.pUllmu". T MLNSFILD. S WLS.: MORENO Vio.-PiiT.,A.Oisrzn
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR -' R.'X.BU8INrLL: ,CURlER.
Journal
9may Meetings of
the
We CanS
ALMOST ,ONE HUNDRED YEARS. Knights of Columbusare UNION OVERALLS: AND JUMP.: Citizens National Bank '

!i'R 8.-\IID-A two seated surrey with Protect your home'and business held at their hail ERS, WORTH $1.00, WILL SELL of PenwcoU, J'loPlda.DJfICJ(1Rs'' .
shafts and pole, practically new. against loss by fire'.by Insuring with No. 8 West Intendea- MONDAY AT 70c.F. V

Must be sold this week. Also one cia street, on every .. E. BRAWNER'S T.B.W.11Blx M.Robtaoa. I, HIlton(!reu.
cream colored horse and harness. Canb us.ESCAM'BIA %"M.d9' Monday evening at Department Store., c,... W.Wright.. Morris Besr. BV8MISS T 4W4CTfD"whol /

seen at Pou's stable. 9maylw REALTY CO. 7:30: o'clock. Aa Inv A DINIIHIL BACKING lvetheProblem. :
Sc p Tluu a Is extended HOPPE. WINS THE FIRST ,'
FOR SALE' -One good wore or drive 2041/2 S. Palafox Street I to visiting Knights. PRIZE AT BILLIARDSBy : .

ing horse in !good condition. For Telephone 1052. .! JOHN B. JONES ---: -- -----V--- -
particulars apply to clerk at Escambia General agents for State, for Home EDM.: FOX Grand Knight Associated Press -
HoteL lw* Life Insurance Co., of :New York. Recorder. Chicago May 12. Willie! Hoppe I' .:T1 .- 0,0. J"' ,
5may a M.DlU'J. CEU i
won the first prize in the billiard tour Pr..
Daughters of Rebekah. nament ,this afternoon defeating Geo. ..l. and Bt&U Dealer ill iL
JXR SALE. LEASE OR RENT-
Bayou Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters oi I E. Slosson 500 to 171. Domestic, Anthracite f j II : V
Houses on water front at Little Rebekah, meets Steam, 0 A L I'
near car line. Good bargains. FOR SALEAll every Monday nl"hl Blacksmith .
at 8 o'clock In I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting SEA ISLAND SHEETING 25 and 'J .
Apply to Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. Keep your home refrigerator t
OoiaySw* 1 kind of real estate for sale or sisters cordially invited to be pre* YARDS $1.00. NO ONE OVER ONE OBeo-No. i full of Red Hart V'.;
rent. North Hill and East Hill vacant ent. CUT. ,Yarl comer Tarragona and Goosa?" rtTeets. Ptoyi: 'and 7j.> |! Beer and enjoy life as you f faaasffjjaag
FOR SALE-Three )'okeof oxen and lots. Some very choice ones at MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKL F. E. BRAWNER'SDepartment -L- should. It is the healthiest f.

log cart; good team In good condi- good bargains for homes or investment MtSS WILLIE KENDRICK See Store. __ ---- : beer made: and verv V
'ion and day. Price
working every E. B. A. No. 81, inexpensive only lOc bottle.
M. meet first and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. & .
J300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & One large lot on,R. R. good factory For.. Railroad Commissioners.VoteJor the
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 IFor Justice of Supreme CourtVote I Always same. (_
<\>., :Milton, Fla. 29aprlm Or1 warehouse site. One water front m. Raftord Hall. No 10. West Inten-p. Two TWO: V Estate of E. A. Gassman. deceased. For sale at all first class V
lot that a purchaser could make no for Creditors legatees, distributees an saloons.
dencia street BAILEY ,
FOR SALE-Lady's saddle extra mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm T. L. Clarkeand E. B. V.; V
A. G. FELL Pres. I all persons having claims or demanj:
good; fine Shepherd ddg; also ano! one of 160 acres, both near Pen. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. and l
V against this estate are required t<
brand new Century Encyclopedia and sacola. t
BLITCH The
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gadsden Four choice brick business houses Pensacola Lodge:: No. 4, J. 0. 0. F-: Charles B. Parkhlll N. A. present them to me within two ;year: ,

St., or phone 2S5.: ._9may on Palafox St, for sale. Fine' Invest Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. 0. 0. J'.. ., from this date. Frank Gasman,, ad
ment property; Few choice offices meets every Thursavediig at 7:30
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those ministrator. May 6. 1906.
for rent. at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" UNION ,OVERALLS AND JUMP, \IFor Justice of Supreme Court. I
wishing to make a successful run Turpentine men all get rich, and ,I streets. Visiting brethren cordially ERS.' WORTH $1.00 WILL SELL oaw8w. Lewis Bear Co.'
-jjoulj supply themselves with bot- '
a business for
turpentine Two:
have good Invited. E. GREENBLATT, MONDAYAT7OC. Vote for
tie of PLUTO. Now Is the
to
season sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty J. NEVILLE Secretary.W. F. E. BRAWNER'S
prepare your stomach and liver round timber lease on,.which together Department Store. T. L. Clarke For Justice of Supreme Court. I V
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. with boxes good seven years longer. 0. \V. **" Vote for Two: Wholesale Agents, .
For sale by all druggists and grocers. ,I Write or call and 'eee' schedule of Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. t). W. I and
wholesale by Jas McHugn. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and :3rd MONDAY WE WILt. SELL A. F. C. B. Parkhill Charles B Parkhill
property. la each LE.NGTHS.MONDAY : Charles. '
Wednesdays mnth. Visiting! GINGHAMS SHORT ,' V -* <- Pensacola Fla.
FOR SALEr-CSood family :horwIth T.: CRAWFORD sovereigns cordially Invited. ONLY. 5e. PER YARD.F. 'I and .
new buggy. Apply Leslie E. Brooks, F. A. BOGHICH, C. CL E. BRAWNER'S _
I B. Whitfieid;
*.sher ,Building. 6maylw 315Va South Palafox Street I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. i Department Store., TRY:' BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326. J, ,

I




.
,
i d

L -," ': .. < ,- .J. ",Z:;. -'- !! ,: >>: .J : "':" """- r ,...S .,' "- -,.- J V S ...
-
grteifcg
'.'..-" .. .it =r: ;t iI _., ,_ ,0- >_. _, -_.. -- ----- -- 'r -



.,.- ,..1 l'_'..._ .t""t" '. ,...,., '"., -;'J"' -", .-< .,.,',..' .,. ",,-. RA".'..,.._' .', ..'_:,f > ;. ,._k_._' -', .-< := .'" -,'"-'. ""-' "'; ,...-. .'7'<; y''' ,
"
: : "! ;; .:t' t : : : 4-" r: :': '
.

.
I." .
% .
-
'4i PAGE EIGHT 1"1: peNSAC.OL; 'JOURN AL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13' 190G,

", ..... .. _,- -----=
t. .
J -- .. .
1:; .. .. 1( ,'..".. .. .. '=",'. -" .".".'...-. '' ''. -' .;.- ;;(. .. -'. -"-.. "":" ..Jf ;g. ".. ,.... .iJ'.. .r)< .'
.
.:\ : -- : : --: -- .._ .,_ ., ---" -" -- -- --- --- --

.G" YENEZU[ ELAN.S[ l .5t -,. ,. ". ""; ", !.J',, ', .-:f$. ::", .' ". U ORI CALLAAY'S1 1 1f T' ., .. -





Stunning. l LEAVING[ 'THE.E JOS. COLEMAN f FAR [Wll[ 91 About




!1 Shirts I ENTIRES ,1&I m ri a. Our


: COUNTRY 4 ..... LETTER[ :


I FURNISiHER'f "

1; 'Oar new summer shirts are I I I WHITE
Exodus from Caracas Since Retirement ... Resignation as Pastor of Talladega -

, -' : winning more favor I I of CastroManyBound T, Baptist Church Filled t\W4J4IAi-

I each day. I CW);f TO .I I &4 i A

for Europe. M_ '_ u With .Gratit)de.
t MOUNTAIN
: You Just ought to see our dis: "
r '
play-they're In white and col-, SoecUl to'The Journal. ; '
I New York. May 12.The four-score MANANDiBOY NEW PASTOR OF THE FIRST BAR
ti111A\'W
I
I- orded pleated or soft bosoms,. generals, colonels and, "ex" -one thin; TIST CHURCH OF' PENSACOLA

f regulation style. They're made' I and another who compose the elite of u,'
'II I!
new York's 'Venezuelan colony are J f REFERS IN A FEELING. MANNER '
: with a view of catching the coal I kept in a constant state of excitementby Iii ll.\i 1'T REFRIGERATORS
zephyrs that are going. the almost daily 'arrival of'Caracas : 212 S. Palafox.For TO SEPARATION FROM- OLD

refugees en route to Europe., Since -
FRIENDS AND"CHURCH MEM.
i-I :Also you.should see our fine
retirement
every
President Castro's ,
"
:
_!3WI !
z white full dress Shirts-up to steamer from Caracas has brought at I BERS. ". .
: least one of his*former official or personal -I : \ sort of name, isn't it? It's appropriate
$2.50. .1 favorites. Ask what this exodus . CHILLY
For Justice of Court. .
I I signifies, and one can get explan Supreme
r. '- ations to suit any taste. Castro'senemies Vote for Two: : In referring to the resignation! 'of ...' for. our Refrigerators are as cold as a.
Dr. T. >
Callaway who has accepteda
T. L. ,
say that it means that the Clarke call to the First Baptist church of mountain or.Ice. QWH1TE MOUNTAINS have cold, dry
rats are leaving the sinking ship of and
Pensacola, Our Mountain of Tal
home

E The ,John White state.The latest .arrival at New York, Senor -II Charles B. Parkhill had ladega a pastorate, Ala., where: for ten Dr.'Callaway years says:has chambers that will Keep perishable things sweet and

Gumersindo Rivas, editor of Castro's -. .
Phone personal newspaper organ, "El At the Tenders close of'designation.the sermon Mr. Cal- fresh so long as there's ice in the box. They're( thoroughly cleanable, sanitary and

Store Constitutional," practically admitted laway[ read the following'after whichhe
225. t I that he and those who .came before REAL [STATE :" retired and Jno. C. Williams was. most- economical, with ice.
I him had agreed to give the same explanation selected as Moderator:
205-207 S. PAALFOX ST. of their departure from Car: May 6; 1906J:
acas. "We have merely taken'advan.' To the First Baptist Church of Tall.
,
tage of the president's absence from t dega:
.'t the; capital," the editor said, "to go on: T TRANSFERSFollowing S Sr My. Dear Brethren and Sisters:

trips of recreation. We will all 'go: !In November, 1896, nearly,ten years
back to Caracas when-we have rested' ago, in response to your call, I came
ourselves--General Castro too." 'I and assumed the pastoral charge .of
: There is With Senor Rivas Rivas came Nlco- this church. These years hare
las Goiticoa recently, removed from is a llst'.oi1h -deeds recorded brought to me some of the. sweetest

: the office of charge d'affairs at Wash.: yesterday reported by the i and- also some of the saddest expertnces / ,- '

ington. HQ ,claims that he is now a I.Pensacola Abstract Co.?' : of my life. I have been wta ryp pwP '
"special agent" with a roving com-I Wm. Bosso to Constantine Apostle' you In your gladfcsss and in your AE '
mission. The most notable arrivals so much of lot 218, block-.32 'Old City, griefs. We have often been together ..
In advance of these, two were Secre-I as is embraced in the' following: in -fre house of mirth, and' in the I

: No Excusefor tary of State Cardenas, Manuel Corao, boundaries, tOrwit: Beginning at'corner house of mourning. a
one of Veneduela's wealthiest capital-' of said lot thence running east 50, These years necessarily have; ... ..
Ists; Senor Velutini, second v'ca! pres.I feet; thence north 104 feet; thence i wrought many changes. Some have I
?[dent, Senor de Castro minister of west 50 feet; thence sout&.104 feet to, gone the way 'of all the earth, others -- ..

finance and Senor Mendoza, governorof point; of beginning, $100.00 and other have come in to take their places. I ,, ,,
.1J """ ='.z
During these I have' married: 7 -!< -
the men of Pensacola wearing 111 the Federal istrict. valuable considerations. 'H. //, years
Kate Walker to H. J. Mackey, beginning your sons and your daughters. I have
Corao and Acting
President Gomez
fitting, shoddily made clothing. They at which Kate a\so buried many of your loved ones. SHIPPINGNESArrived.
the
have property on
made millions out of the cattle $,090,009! Paid By The Equitable
Walker has resided for more than 20 I Standing here today and looking
export monopoly to
have them built to order now said be some tack through the I realize that
i can now rfght what )'e aA and,being a fractional part of f years, _
profitless, because the owners of
the lot 194 in block 26 Old City at'a point: my ministry has been marked by many !'
t here at home by expert tailors and monopoly put prices so low that 9G feet from the southwest corner of J, defects and mistakes, but I have en In Death Claims During 1905. .
shipments have! practically ceased. Baylen ana'( Romana streets and being;: deavored with all sincerity and loyalty :Ida;_ Span ss 2267, Liverpool tp S.
at reasonable prices. Remember our Among other good things, Corao is 46 by &5 feet $1.00 and other considerations tc my Lord to declare the whole counsel P.Shotter, & Co. i
said to have shared in the large returns of God an Ii' to feed and to lead H's' Cleared. Are you an Equitable! policy holder? It has never :'et

-. hops ,are here and every .dollar we Castro derives from the New R. C. Caldwell to Thos B. Brux and I f.ock aright. Any inefficiency or mistakes Heathdene, Br Ss 2227 Milburn, for failed: in the least to fulfill every cont. \::.
York and Bermudez Co.'s asphalt lake, M. Brux his wife, Dave Levi and M. on my-part, I feel assured must Genoa with 762,000 feet sawn timber-
:, pty our workmen stays in. Pensacola. seized by him two years ago, and energetically Levy, his wife, lots 13 to-20: both in. have been of the head and not the End 9J,000 feet lumber. ;i Insurance Gen'1Fire AtPensacola
tJ
RptffcS
exploited ever since. fceartc L < Sailed. ftnow1es
clusive block' 107 of the East King 1 l
'< We appreciate your business. Senor Cardenas has a couple of concessions Tract, Belmont Numbering $LOO another d[. No one with a heart capable of loving Birmingham. Br. ss. 2612, Smith, for Life. Oi u. S SIron
that he would! like to disposeof valuable considerations. can live ten years among people feuiua and A: iers.

t. at a fair price. One of these is Louisa Lind to Emma' Jrueningr, without forming strong attach. Tapton, Br'ss. 2300, Trattles, Genoa: t-it-- "':. 4'L'I.,,=...,..., .
---
for the Caracas-Porto Rico cable to all right title and interest 'in W. 3 5 m nts. 1 feel that now, -we have come .
replace the French line, which Cas- feet of N. 160 feet of lot 354 Old City,; to the parting of the waysI VES8BLS IK =RT.
Reese Mendel tro has of therefore offer my resignation to j
virtually put business.
out
p & With the help of Second Vice Pres- $283.33.Herman Heinberg by J. C. Van Pelt this 'church to take effect the last oft I Steamships' ...a..o.o..o..eoooe..oo........ ....... 4.........4.

ident Velutini, Cardenas is expectedto sheriff to J. N. Andrews B. 40 feet oi t i June 1906, that I may accept the call Bainbridge, Br ss, 1193, Smith, New- PENiiACOLA. s
raise $5,000,000 capital for the establishment -lots 19, 20, 21 and 22 of block 35 East!!I l to'the First Baptistt church-of Pensa port News to H. Baars. I Works Co.
Supply
THE HOME TAILORS, of a Venezuelan national King Tract, $125.00. cola. 'Fiat ; v Cayo Domingo, Br ss 1713, Friend i and !
bank. This scheme, It is said, has Daniel Royster to A. A. Fisher lot t I dO not deem it necessary or espedi-: Galveston, to Gulf Transit Co.: I Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, tFORCINGS
been devised for the purpose of es- 28 and the West % of lot 27, block 7 g ant to give all.the reasons which havs Clematis, Belgian ss, 2267, Leenaers, t MILL ANt STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
No. 11 N. Palafox StAll
led to resignation f
J tablighin'g! an institution through which of the West King Tract Belmont NumBering me Suffice offer to nfy I have reached as your: Antwerp, io S. P. Shotter & Co. j: 'RE AIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, fv
pastor i
say
.
the Issue of paper' money can be in- $650.00.LouL"8. tne decision to do so after careful and, Chelford, Br ss, 1707, Wood, Tamp:-I II day or night Agents for James :McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and
creased and loans made on the securities .- Lind, guardian to Emm L prayerful-deliberation.. s.," co, to order. |S Timber Dogs, also chains of all descript'ons. Office phone 123. Resi 5
of the various monopolies Castro Grueninger. W. 35 feet of N. 160 je: 1 t l This resignation is presented.not for I Cimbria, Danish ss, 1855, Hanson r A. dence phone, 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. *,

-v'VOC>D has established.' of'lot I. B.354 Runyan Old City and, $566.66.J. S.1' lcGaughe.I/ the purpose of finding out the feeling i i'I Manzanillo to Cary & Co. eas........ ........... ..O. .....4..0..............t
Venezuela 1220 Willis,
bankers were called to yk Haslington, Br ss ,
the matter, but infa'.th.
the church
of in-
Wilson, S. E..3} of block!'
Hale
to D.
the president's palace just before he rl'I II Kingston to Gulf Transit Co. -
kinds that want. New City Tract $LOO ana! othei 1 gcy a : and is final. '
you 138 ; Milburn
went Into retirement, and asked to With my test wishes, and the I Heathdcne, Br ss. 2277, !
finance the bank scheme. When they valuable considerations. Investmeat 't prayer that God's! blessings and guidance Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & Co. i ii i
to Pensacola
refused, on the ground that more business Jas M. Penton' Hersila!! Ger ss, 1295 Euler Tam
the ; may ever be yours, I am
AND PINE Co.. N. E. % of N. W K
OAK instead of to So. States Lbr. Co.
? a new bank was need- Your affectionate pastor, pa
!Sec. 4, T. 1, S of R. 31 W.. 40 A.,,
ed, the task of raising money abroad THOMAS M. CALLAWAY.' Kirkstall, Br. ss, 1162, Hinde Faro ; :
: cheaper than you can buy was turned over to Senor Velutini: $600.00 After the church was organized intoa to J. A. Merritt & Co.

.F- It anywhere. Any site your New York has refused to go into the SHOE SALE ISNiOV' con.'erence the consideration! of the Louise Ger 83 1480, Bohndorf, Ant ) .
BIG
':: want.. wildcat banking in Caracas, and the I THE GOING ON I resignation: of Mr. Callaway was postponed were to J. Schreyer. dfl.UPA
scheme is now being laid before Lon- < until 3:00: o'clock Sunday afternoon .I Rlbston, Br ss, 2185, Robinson, Rio
don capitalists with 13th. While for several de Janeiro to W. S. Keyser & Co.
a salt monopolyas May ,
SEWELL In : of the liberal oat I
E.G. appreciation
:I F f the'bait. Sho reeks some of the membership of the I Verbena. Br. ss, 1504 Mann, Nor
given them the.Meyer '
ronage rhurr1'' were fearful that at no distant folk) to H. Baars & Co.
'f Phone 614. For Justice of Supreme Court. Company Is now conducting! -"compil: day -Mr. Callaway would leave Talla-I' Vida, Nor ss, 976, Arressen, Card
?
sale" for the fceneflt of the t
mentary
i Vote for Two: dega; to accept a pastorate in a larger I nas, .to Hycr & Co.
and all seasonable foot '
i: I, many patrons fie'd ;however but few were aware: ships _
Charles B Parkhilland wear is being sold at a discount oi t that his resignation, would be offered. Canara; 'Ut ship,' 1495, Repetts. ,,Ge-
II II I 20 per cent which means that a fine,I Sunday morning. After- Its readings I noa, to Master.
I brand new pair of five dollar shoecan : the congregation was motionless for a'' Harvest Queen, Brit'shIp', Fqrsyth,

: ]. B. Whitfield.MR. be purchased for $4.00savin. few seconds and every ,eye was dimmed Rio, Janiero to order. .. ',_
Ii of one dollar, enough- perk}ls'to defray with tears. Mr. ,Callaway ha3 a'' Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen, {
1t i
((
'
the household expenses of one ,
strong! bold on the people of TaUadega Dunkirk:
FANCY MOOG HIGHLY PLEASED day. This is quite an Inducement t t -among all denominations:! and all! ,
'OVER RESULTS OF CASE and should be taken advantage of h i>r classes-and his departure would be a Bar**
everyone. The, sale will last until 1 I I matter of profound regret ;Antigua, Nor bk 1348-- Ferguson.. dj'Over
A. Moog, of this city, is highly Tuesday. New Orleans to A:'Zelius. "

pleased with tie result of the case In -- If You Don't "Dhafwar, Sweed bk., 1271, Olssen,
:Monroe county, in which! Her. I Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer.
his son, succeed the first time use Herbineand I
bert Moog, was interested. HEALTH RESTOREDBY you will get instant relief. The I Luisa, Ital. bk. 1591, Montano, from 2,000COO Sold in West Florida in 1905.
'VESTS Herbert Moog who is the I Nolloth to master.
traveling liver A
regulartor. positive
greatest Lake Erie Itl. bk. 928 Efigan, Bas- Frank
; Reilly
Agent Pensacola
salesman for his father's liquor house, cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Ma.! to Master Florida
k and was recently tried and indictedfor YOUR BITTERSis laria Chills and all liver complaints. som .
K violating that county's prohibit'on the gist of the thousands ,Of test) Mr. Cof: Emory, Texas, writes: : I Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112,{ -
Mentevideo German Ameri
to
Ferres,
laws by soliciting) orders therein. Mr. menials received from gratefnl pea My wife has been using Herbine for, Chas
;
: can'Lhr.. Co. A VERY fiNEENGINE Jernigan, Mulat, 5 h. p.
t Moog, bellevin-g his son had violatedno pie. With such proof to back there, and children for five .
herself years. It T.
Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.Parkwood. T. Wentworth, one 5 h. p
FANCY AND law, determined to fight the is reason why man oi r
case, no logical any for
is, a sure cure constipation and Nor bk 756, Lunde- :Mr. Kerry. Navy Yard, one 5 h. p.
and accordingly sought advise from should remain sic1 iy. Get a I
substantiated
woman
; J malaria fever, which is guard, SL Nazaire to Orcter.1 Loundsberry & Kent, one 5 h. p.
; two of the leading law firms of Mobile bottle by what it has done for my family." Precursore, Ital bk Schiaffino, 1508 King & Runyan, one 9 h. p.
VESTS
WHITE and likewise tine of the law firms cf oHOSTETTER'S.STOMACH ?"M by all druggists. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. Mr. Brooks at The Narrows, one E
C!' Montgomery in each Instance the .,
h .
Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen! LabtaBay :
;' attorneys Discouraged him by refusing order. THE WOLVERINE MARINE EN. :p.L R. Cobb, one 5 h. p
t fi to
popular with BITTERS For Justice of Supreme Court.
are very to take his case because, they ,
smart dressers this sea said there Vote for Two: Schooners. GINE .IS PROVING) A BIG SATISFIER -
was no ground on whichto
today and let it restore ';jyour health Stop Grumblingif
4 son. Nothing looks so conduct a fi'jhk too., For Indigestion Dyspepsia: T. L. Clarke Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter, TO THE ,MANY WHO HAVE you suffer from Rheumatism n'
( neat and genteel as a' This evidently did not discouragehim J. A. Merritt & Co.
Bloating, Sour Risings, Headache, Costiveness and Mahtos. to pains for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill
for he'finally placed.jthe case with Female Ills or Malaria it il g: Charles B. Parkhill Annie F. Kimball, Amer sob 337. BEEN AND ARE USING THEM. bring quick relief. It is a sure
Kehoe & Smithwick, of Pensacola,, excellent. Sweetland, Havana to master. cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con
l VEST THAT'S"DIFFERENT who /brought the matter before the Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod I tracted Muscles and all pains-and

supreme court and very readily succeeded I For Railroad Commissioners.Vote 165 Card nas. Wolverine marine engines, quite the within the reach of all. Price 25c,
tr ,, in reversing the case.Mr for Two: lest machine in their lines on the 50c $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, TEL
Mood; Is very enthusiastic in E. B. BAILEYand The Life Insurance. market are being placed in many writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow
f fI f his praise' of the successful mannerIn : Union Labor Hal muddle has started the public tol I launches by the agents, King & Run Liniment in my family for years ant

I L: Plain white and fancy which the local law firm handled N. A. BLITCH thinking. The wonderful success that i yan in this city All who have par have found it ,a fine remedy for all
the case. has Ballard's Horehound Syrup i it
met chased the engines are satisfied be. pains and aches. I recommend
figures in handsome patterns Room 1, Old Armory Building, crusade Coughs, Influenza,! all
in on
'I its yond measure and a: letter to any of for pains in the chest. Sold b.
: $1.00 to $2.50. Do You Love A LODGE ROOM' "* ,- For Justice of Supreme'Court.Vote !; Bronchitis and-all Pulmonary troubles I the below namedwill testify to the druggists.ICE .

\ Our line of Washable your baby YOU wonder why he cries. for Two: -has started the public to thinking I truth of this statement. Within a
Ps Four-in-Hands at 25c Buy a, bottje of White's Cream Vermi sufficient to accommodate of this wonderful comparatively sh9rt time many have "
all the go. are fuge and he will,never cry. Most babies 75_ people' for rent at Charles B. Parkhill are all using It. Join: the procession I' been placed, and some of those supplied -. L REAM AT 90c PER GALLON
have worms, and the mothers with sickness. Price 2bj, AND 50c PER HALF GALLON AT
.. i reasonable rate; and and down : and who will probably be glad to'
don't know !Jt. White's Cream Vermi MECHANICS'y 50<:' and $1.00.Sold by all druggists. testify to the worth of$ the machines, BOSSO'S ICE CREAM FACTORY:
fuge rids the child of worms and l J J. B. Whitf{eld* y _____ are as follows; SUNDAY ONLY. PHONE 1326.
Ifi cleans out Us system In a pleasant HEADQUARTERS: Ia I MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10 Spivey Best & Co., one 36 h. p.
way. Every mother should keep : r'For YARDS lOc LAWN FOR 50c. SEE I ./ W.: Hughes,one 27 h.p. MONDAY WE WILL SELL 10
fi bottle of this medicine Ja the house. Where employers can secure Railroad Commissioner, ': WINDOW.. Graves Tatum & Co one 12 h. p. YARD\$ 1Oc' LAWN FOR We. SEE
H ANSON With it, fear- need never'enter her help. Office clerk'lncharge 'Vot, for Two: V F. E. BRAWNER'S J. J. Tru2sdale.St.Andtews, one 12 WINDOW.

E I. mind. .Price 25c, told< by all, drug all the time PhonV R. Hudson Burr Department Store.FflOG h. p., one 8 h. p., two 5 h. p. and one Department Stereo
776 and ;
win
you be saps >
I gists. 6 h. p.Pensacola. F. E. BRAWNER'STHE
CASH ,CLOTHIER, plied. : Y and .- : ': f;- LEGS AT THE GOLDMINE Lumber Co.., on 12 h. p.
i. NOTHING BUT WESTERN BEEF HOME' WORKERS \ CAFE UP STAIRS, CORNER BAY Klein Grocery Co., one 9 h. p. GOLD MINE CAFE, UPSTAIRS
,
AT THE GOLD MINE CAiFE, UPSTAIRS I '. N. A. BHtch. LEN AND ZARRAGOSSA. Estate CaIv}l.Lewis, one 8 h. p. CORNER BAYLEN AND
Corner Palafai nil Vila CORNER BAYLEN AN I BUILD HOMES Stagno Bros, one 6 h. p. ZARRAGOSSA, IS KNOWN FOR ITS

t : ZARRAGOSSA. J'R BOSSO'S'' CREAM.PHONE:* 1325 :TRY\BOSSO'S CREAM..PHONE 1326. T. C. Watson,one 5 h. p ABSOLUTE CLEANLINESS.


D'i' '.

7s .
: .
I


1 's ... ..,,'...- y. ., .. ->.,/"i,,-.' .; : ..:- ,,...,..,., ,, ;1t
..:.:rt...."., -j' :.-,; ;,;., ".. *'- :. '- !, ft ,ts. :oJ] -_--' ,-"" -', "" :;;- V-' )-' -- ''''': 'i), 4'1if : _4 l7' 4 r>'Y =-:- xt Ii : ',- ,, I
...... ____ -'-- --- -- --.iJ1ff



"
,_ '
". ", _, "

S .......... .. ... ." ..;,.. .., ,, "'> '''' ''' :''''''" ''
,: :
.
: :
,

3,
i 0

E __ 1 i-i t


The Average Journal's Daily 5 9 16 PAGES-. '2nd, Section Hj 1: ;



I Circulation April I Was for* 59801 0 I eo ,:.. ', cntnaL I 9 PAGES to 16 ,J hi.{ :; 0I



: :-.J.j.' : 'f i .' '"
; E- : :, t : ,

VOL. IX NO. 115. PENSA. ,,OLA, FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY. 13', 1905. PRICE CENTS :t"F} ; .

It : .
.
:


GRAND N CHARGE b [ 1 a- .-1-.l h- ,,'?!,, ',:.': vj ,


C .


BY f PUZZLE r [ ".f"j i)7-t f J I .""";., .,?. ,


,'
l 'I r

.f :1.L \[ : i 1 i t-! : : ;. .'

+ : r i.. .
,
;
ARMY t.. : .' -. -. ,
t '. ( ,
u. !... t'. 1. ,
.r 1. 1
.' : ;
< ,
0' ;. t
; '
f" 1
"
Jr.- -
\. .., i' ,; '
i'- rt .L.! ; :, j 1
5t"iI. '
Editor Overwhelmed 1 .4 ., ; !
Puzzle ..' .
\\\1011 ,
\ \\ i11l1 ,
,\ <
I ,. \ % '. '.- ," ,. \ I
t
t .
by y Great Number of l I"1'" II ,: =:::Z\ A :. 1 : :' 0I I.

J I t., '
Answers. ( DA R C ? ,!r I

\VNClE RM4\) s ;:;. I ., f '

000 1t ,! } : '
,
TUZZLERS GENERALLY PAID ,


STRICT ATTENTION TO REQUEST I'' 1k' fINE- :' It'f 1 ;'.'. ;,

REGARDING ADDRESSIN :; \ 1.A6ER:.. I. r.; '

CF ENVELOPES-MISS JEAN! 1. .
'
i ,J11 : ,
KNOWLES, CITY, WINS THE ." 3 ;.
J t !1 I i 'I i \
4tL .
/ -
PRIZE DOLLAR.
) '. >
7 .
: 4 I Iy I
a
31rLam" '

The SPuzzla Army is aroused! Sue! 'a
.
a deluge of answers as poured into i r
the puzzle tax this week, mates it impossible :
S "
to publish many letters, some ,
:
of which are very bright. (1) -L L. & ,

The puzzle editor is especiall; DUr M GNAT ... i
@
pleased! : that so many kindly complied : .
t.4'f! ..
with the request to address:\ their en : 'H t FIFA : > '
t
,
,'eops! properly.And : ,
;
Puzzler, whether your nam< 'tt' !
appears or not, among either the "coi L .
reel" "nearly correct," if you addressed . / . i t.
or .
: '.... .... . .. .. I.. . 1
.
r
rti
:
.
. . '. ." ...
'. '. .
envelope as requested .
your ...,.. .... ... ... .. \ ', ; .j.. .. ..-. ,. :. t .
-
te sure you have my sincere thanks. ... : .' .- .i .:" .. ...: ..; : .'4'; .. .ti '
.
: t' \I P't
"
: : .
: .
A4E .
rJE REbutAA } >
.. '. '. ..f Ai" .. !: vc.
Miss Jeanie Knowles who give ... a EpCk wOpMS .'... . : t". J' -. . ..' ." ; i\\ -: "k', II .

Pensacola but no street address, i is '-" }. t'... I.) : :
the fortunate winner of the d lar! !\ ,. I"' ,
,.-. ,(... t, ,
this week and can get it whenever she( ( .
calls for it at The Journal office. \\ *; Ails IJAME ruIiJ ; \ f,,?. ,.

Correct Answers. i I
Following are the answers to the m '1, ,
:
eight puzzle pictures published i in .. ..'. ;
,
The Journal Sunday, May 6. .;i

''No. 1. Singletree.No ,. ; <
2.--Spring. ; YAREYOO, r
\ 1 : 1 .
No. 3.-Hub. -. 'f :
Xo. 4.-Axle.No. :
5. Seat. ? / ,t '
.
:'"
No. 6. WheeL i !
+ i
No. 7.Brake.No. Kr PAPA ,
8.-Shafts. P '\ 1irEY01,4 '
YE SS : '' N ''+t is DICK. :
WE StM lY 1
0J
Correct Answers Received.
Correct answers were received .tfroc } GQaDppNj ,

the following members of The Jon : '

rays Puzzle Army, which! includes tbtrightest :. N.\... t\\ '

and best boys and girls in r V 1 ,1 _,_._ ;
the various- states in which they re- 1."
: ".
--
e'.de.LVy< Blumer; city. .__ '''' ; IG\' :' 1
Tony S. Johnson, city. i @, : @ : .:. '. I
Annie R. Pfieffer, city. ,. .. -
Althea Blumer city. '

Lillian; Suggs, city. TO THE' BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THUSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A SILVER! DOLLAR.To .
Lettie Martin, city.
!Norma Bazzell. City.
Effie Suggs city. all the above th? puzzle editor Clara Girl, city. tHy written in brown envelope. Sadie Bernstein city. Selmon Johnson, "No. 2, Coupling" Florida Williams Bagdad, Fla., "No.
"
Pearl !Suggs city. expresses especial thanks for so Andrew Brown, city. Maud* Clark, citY' f Clara Stokes, city. and Ray Merritt, "No. 3, Harness. 6, Washer.

Stella Reinhardt.city.. courteously: and so promptly complying 'Regina Girl city. Hazel Clarke, city.Lola Alberta Bon lfay, city. Ruth Van Pelt and Clara PeWey but Will ana1 Marjorie McLean, Escam- ,
with Daniell Ruth Coons city. Pepper sent six correct answers tia. Fla., "No.' 8. Felloe '
James A. Bazell city. last Sunday's request. Monroe S. Smith oity. Lee city. stamped
Manuel city.. Audrey Coons city. their envelopes were sealed ) Kathleen McKinnon, Muscogee, Fla,
All the above were left at The Jour Other Correct Answers. Nell West city. Johnson, '
sal office plainly addressed with the The following were all correct, and, Dennis W. Eagan, city. Willie Johnson, city. Virginia C. Walker, city. properly addrssed ann sent throughth '7\0. 5, Spokes." '

one word-"Puzzles"- on the en I all were so addressed that they reached Susie P. Eagan.city.. James Christi city. Gertrude March, city. mail. Nancy Nennah, and Mary Souder .
elope as requested last week. the puzzle editor on time and got a Rufus Eggart, Bohemia Fla. t Arthur Johnscn, city. Lena Shep, city. From out of town came seven seal correct Delta Fla., "No. 8, Felloe." :: .

J. Montrose Edrehi, city Everett I I chance at that Collar, alright but (Barnie Laughton city. Millie Swaine city. Walter V. Mayo, city. answers: properly from addressed each of the, following Alice P. Pritchard,* city "No.8,
"
ed and stamped,
Rice, city May Walton, city. Jeanie! tome had a narrow escape. and might Bennie Bernstein, city. Edo Swaine, city.: Anna Henrickson city. Tire.
Knowles city and Teddie Muldon II not always be so fortunate. Arnold 'Sarra, city. Lucy Swaine city. Jennette Farine, city. : Reeba 3fae Dunham, city, "No. 8,
Eayou Chico also addressed theirs a3' Frank Bond city. William Lee, city. Valerian Borras; city. Susie Kiddinger, city. lila Ola, Georgia' and Ollie Padgett, Bow."
"
requested-"Puzzles, Journal, city" Rebecca Fondebila, city;. Callie Colvin, city. Camilla Schmitz city. Charlie T. Gnartney (?) Bonifay, Escambla, Fla., "No. 8, Felloe. Earnest McClus: >key, city, No.8,
Fla "
end sent them, properly stamped anc( C .J. tH:nberg, city. Bridget Di Lustro, city. Emory H. Skinner city. Fla. Bkckshear "Everrtt' Chlpley Bow.
sealed through! the mail. Pebley Barrow, city. John D Lustro, city. Edward W. Rowland, city. H. St. J, Weinholtz city. "No. 8, Body. Harriet McSwean city "No. 8r, ,.

The following out- r-town Puzzlers Wli< Sam Barrow, city. Carl Thorpe, city. Alberta Pourtless, city Annie Louise Johnson. city. 'Willie Henderson" Muscogee, Fla., Bow." "
also addressed theirs exactly as re Gladys Bell, city. Willie 'Chisholm! : Warrington, Fla Alvin W. White, city. \ Frank Johnson, city.Partially "No. 8, Spindle. May Evans city, "No. 8. Bow.
quested-"Puzzles, Journal, Pensacola Eunice Gerson, Fisherville. Benton Gilmore, Park Hotel. Helen Morgan, city. Correct. J. Burt Greenman. (175 McDonoughSt. Eslie ndereon, city, "No. Sj
Tla." Celia Rand. city. Clara !Sheetz city. Kasten Soa'erquist, city. Among those in the city who sent .) Brooklyn, N. Y.. "No.1, Cross- Boody." .

Bessie L. Ferryman, Cresfrnew Fla., Joe Girl city. !Russell Robertson, Warrington, Fla. Vallie Brown city. seven correct answers, properly addressed tree." Milton Fla. "No. Everet Borras city, "No. 3; Behind." 1 ,
,
end Harry Porter, ((104 Houston;) Edith Parise, city. E'mire Bell city. Judith :Maxwell, city. just as requested in last Sun- Bessie Davidson" (Continued on Page Fourteen) :
Pole. i
Montgomery, Ala.Mark, Lloyd Miller, city. Annie (no name nor address) pret !Boykin Hyer, city. day's Journal were ko 8, Coupling .

.
: "




L p fwain's Method of Doing Literary Work ,' .I Ithings






tend to. He resolved to try the exper.\ ; -
HE master humorist becomes known to the general! iment of writing in bed and succeeded

who has been mas- public, he discovers that. his reputationfor r_ t, J JCOvYR16iiTe'rN.LWNITI .3o admirably that he adopted the prac-
querading under the being serious under any possible tice and has continued it ever since. _

pen name of Mark circumstances gradually fades, away. Mark Twain's argument In favor of .
:Mark Twain has realized the truth of "
work-or "play as be
Twain for almost half doing literary
declares this more keenly perhaps than any oth- insists-4n bed is extremely ingenious.
a century er man of letters who ever lived. His There are numerous advantages, he '
that he has never appeal to the, humorous instincts of claims. Sitting at a desk one gets so -.
done a day's work in mankind has been so direct and so pow interested in what he is doing that he
his life. He declinesto erful that all else has been overshad- dots not notice the change in temperature .-
look upon his effort to amuse the owed. Time was-and not long sinceat produced by a sudden increase of

American public and the publics of va- that-when any attempt on his partto the steam or furnace heat supply or a
rious other countries of two genera- moralize seriously would have been corresponding diminution of the same
tions serious than hailed as the most mirth provoking ; until he experiences a fever or a chili
as anything more ,
buffoonery. For a man of his profound If the heating apparatus Is in the room
Play. "Had it been work" he observes
convictions and outspoken advocacy of one must replenish the fire or direct
sagaciously, "I'd have had none of it. whatever convinces him the necessity some one to do it. In either case h.e; It
Had Lever made the discovery that 1 for silence must have been galling, but switched off the trail of the idea he is ,

was actually working, do you supposeI'd his restraint was admirable.It .pursuing. "
have gone on? No, sir. I've never is so no longer. The time has come So Mark Twain goes to bed when he

done a stroke of work in my life, and I when he may take part, in all the mo- r has any literary business to do. There '
discussions hour and be
mentous of the
don't expect to begin now." be is able to preserve an equable temperature
listened to with respect. Helms dem- without any effort and can
In the light of the great funmaker'sKnown
onstrated to the satisfaction of all that work without being bothered. This
achievements his asseverationis he Is more than the gfealest living i scheme of combining physical relaxa-

rather astounding. It would be.per- American humorist His prompt espousal -i tion .and mental activity may accountfor
plexing if Qne should chance to forget of the cause of the,Russian reform -' the tremendous amount of labor

for a moment that :Mark Twain is firstof movement and his.friendly atti- done by the humorist when he undertook -
all a humorist. One must not take tude toward Maxim Gorky its famous to pay off the debts of the dt-funct
him too apostle, show'that neither his advancing publishing house of C. L. Webster A
seriously, and when he appearsto
years nor any other reason has kept Co., in which he had invested as a spe-
be most in earnest he must be taken
him silent when he is convinced that cial partner. But Mark Twain will not
u'ith the most extraordinary care. Most he should speak. admit even to his intimates that the

important of all no attempt must be The American public at least has splendid achievement cost him any especial
made to decipher him. Let him be his learned to discriminate between Mark effort.

own apologist and let it go at that. Twain in earnest and ,.}'Iark'T 'aln in "All I had to do" he laughs, "was to
Then it is that he disposes of his star- fun. It has e'.fn.become .\\lsl. enough write a certain number of books and
tling assertion which seems to suggest to understand'when the great mirth deliver a few hundred,lectures. As for
lifetime of perpetual idleness in this provoker is employirigtgephpgeeoloQye! \ \ the traveling about and the nuisancesto
ingenious fashion: of humor to demonstrate some serious 1 5. r which I was subjected-well, those
"Tne work that is a man's own work, truth. He insists laughingly that he things are merely/the incidents that
the thing he ought to do and no other has won by his persistence; that he has LITERARY COMPOSITION. one expects to meet in life. Those who
is not work at all; it is only play. When proceeded on the principle that if he MARK TWAIN ENGAGED IN had to publish my books, the agents

We talk about the great workers of. the repeated a thing often enough it was character he takes toi quired the habit during a persistent attack who had to arrange my lecture tours
in time. is not colorless his locks. His drawl which thousands who have heard do of a literary I draw the
who had to
World we really mean the great play- sure to make an impression so as and remains there until it is, of bronchitis. He lay in bed duti- the lawyers up
of today is still clear ever, sometimes! will never forget. His face is still with- his bed those the fellows that
9r*. Work is'slavery. The product of The Mark Twain eyes are as as This curious reversal off I fully for a fortnight without making contracts- were
lery intellectual or physical, can straight and spare as a New England reflective, sometimes flashing with the out lines and his cheeks have a ruddy completed. of mankind seems to i any attempt to exert himself, but at did the work! My part was only play
a ver be great:. pine, his mane of thick white hair, j I fire of the thoughts that leap. like glow. There is not yet.any strong reminder the usual from custom habit. That; at least is the\I the expiration of that period he was Had it been/work for me I never cou4

When a man begins to gain reputation thrown back shaggily"' from hJs. forehead lightning, behind them although the that Mark Twain has passedthe come explanation vouchsafed by the! still unable to be up,, although he bada have done t'm \."
lip covered I words that give them utterance fall Scriptural limit. only I GEORGE H. PICAJI&
mobile upper mat.er.to at- .
as a humorist, when his happy ; his thin. humonst It seems that he, a.cto very pressing literary. I
talent for sa 3ng. and writing amusing with a heavy; drooping mustach.6 that.| from the lips in th quay int, deliberate. :When MarkTwajji_ has 'anything: to _aged C f

/
.
t


1


, "'- =: -J; ,,",, .-t ,..;/ ., __""' L .- -. ,
> _
,,, .- ;t '. '.. '. .A ., -
.c-; -
.--O. ,.. ,, ,""'- -jooI.+,, ;"""v....."" < ""- ;!;::---\iJ < : -

--- -- -



.'k..,. ;' ,. ._ ., v.y, ,, .- -.' ''' ', ,
." ; ?; .- ; Y j:: ,,:< ,\Jf-: : ;v::; ,:.; ,' .: -;:: ,

', .
t* ::< ti
t
i y
.f.. J i
-
.
ft.-f, +PAGE T S THE PENSACOLA' JOURNAL. SUNDAY 'MORNING. ,' :M AY". .1.$.-'1908. ." it' -
-- --
N- -... m
; f fNEW


r'. llHE'UAfA-'T/SM RECENT O ORDERS BRENT BUILDING.

'
.
,. : ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER. .s ._ Y ; .. .

IN THE II. S.Many S.S '

While the damp, cold, changing weather of "'

Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable r-

.' symptoms of Rheumatism it is by no means ,la -

:. winter disease exclusively. Through the long N Wily

months of Summer its wandering pains and twitching ,
'
s': nerves are felt by those in whose blood the.uric "

acid, which produces'the disease, has accumulated. ; Changes Service During

j t .'. Rheumatism is a disease that involves the entire Past Week.-ttedal of Honorto I II

'. : system. Its primary cause results from the I

j i; failure of the elimmative organs, the Liver, Kidneys Seaman Breenan.

j ;: and Bowels, to carry out of the system the

; ._ urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in Special to The Journal.
'. contact with the different acids of the body forms Washington, D. C. May.-12 Lieutenant ,
Commander R. F. Lopez
uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the Lieutenant Commander R. F. Lopez, % I I
I' blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood, U fiF. Navy, is not entitled to receive !
'i J100 additional because of
making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing pay yearly
1 extra work as commissary of subsistence
Last Summer I bad a severe attack of Inflammatory I
! i the body, and as this vital stream goes to every Rheumatism in the knees, from which I was is the decis'on: of the assistantccmptroller icW : II
:l[. nook and corner of the body, the poison is distrib- unable to leave my room for several months. I of the treasury. There !
]. was treated by two doctors and also tried different is no pay officer attached to the flotilla ,
1. uted to all parts. The nervous system weakens kinds of liniments and medicines which ;consisting. ., of -destroyers,Preble, ;
I"F from lack of rich, pure blood, the skin becomes feverish seemed to relieve me from pain for awhile, but at Farragut and Fox and Lieut. Commander tF : I
.:, the same time I was not any ne&rer getting well.One Lopey has had to act in that capa- !,
J ,. and swollen, the stomach and digestion are day while reading a paper I saw an adver city in addition to performing: his I i
t caffected the appetite fails and a general diseased tisement of S. S. S. for Rheumatism. I decided other duties.
! to give it a trial, which I did at once.' After I had On recommendation of Rear Admiral This new fire-proof building will be ready for occupancy about July 1. !
condition of the entire is the result.
I f. system taken three bottles I felt a great deal better, and J. H. Sands, superintendent of.the
for
Still
is
? Not only is Rheumatism the most painful of I continued to take it regularly until I was entirely Navy Academy,,andj Rear Admiral Apart...of the space has already been taken, but the following rent: !

I1; all diseases, with its swollen, stiff joints, throbbing years.cured. I now CHAS.feel E.better GILDERSLEEVE.than I have for .Converse chief of, the Bureau of"Nav.igatioa Double, store in North end. ,. carrying second. floor, each floor 43 x. 120 feet.Freight !
lieutenant: D.' M. GaVlsonhas
ft, muscles and stinging nerves, but it is a formidable 613 32nd Street, Newport News, Va.F ,, been recommended to the secrev: elevator and stairs. !
and dangerous trouble. If the uric acid allowed. '. tary, of the navy fo% transfer to the \ Single store in South half 21 x 120feet.

f f r to remain in the blood, and the disease becomes chronic, chalky deposits form at the joints, corps of to instructors at the of academy. Entire South half of second floor. ;
i : Owing a recent attack typhoid and
", and they are rendered immovable and stiff, and the patient'left a helpless'cripple for life. fever Lieut Garrison has partially Eighty offices on third floor each office supplied with heat, light water. I

'.' Every day the poison remains in the system the disease gets a firmer hold. The best timeto lost, use: of one of his legs. Under the The 1 building; is fire-proof throughout, entirely modern :in construction andequipment

get rid of Rheumatism is in warm weather; because then the blood takes on new life and raval in regulations recognition of would his ability/ibe retiresbut as an and second and third floors are reached by both elevator and stairsFor :

the skin is more active and can.better assist in the elimination of the poisons. With the I instructor it is.probable that the recommendation further particulars address apply to F. C. Brent, over First National Bank.

to force the acid of the. blood and the time build and will be approved, and I!: .:r- .sI
proper remedy out at same up he will be retained on the active list. :y """ =J. :r

1' strengten the Liver, Kidneys, Bowels_ and other organs of the body, Rheumatism can be permanently Naval| Orders. .. -..::
f' cured. External applications relieve the pain and temporarily reduce the inflammation Com. W. F. Fullam, to the command x nW tWpwrYWxortrW.x"'r insr 'tIII !!:I' xwr..rr.W."Wrrvnawr a.crwnrrr.w JIII.An.. .. .
Marietta when placed in comm'ssion.: -" 5i : :ORHt.:.. HiJ Jt.tJf:: f1 iH= JtJBfJ': :: RHU: : fJ-HfJ;: :: J.Ufn: '.
)i '" 1UI"' ";UP. "IIfIuI IOMMIu..JuWoIUI II.t' -
;' and, for this reason are .desirable, but'theycannot have any effect on the disease. Lieut. J. V. Klemann detached the'
L. The blood is poisoned and the blood must be treated before a cure can be effected. Hancock to the Marietta as executive
; :
officer and navigator when commis'I One?
Grade Pianos Do You Want j
f S. S. S., a remedy made from roots, herbs and barks, is the best treatment for Rheumatism sioned. High

"": It goes into the blood and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizing the acid Midshipman, R. E. Ingersoll detached .
t < the Missouri to the Marietta when The pianos we sell are all that a high grade instrument should be. lj
f and driving it out, and building up the sour blood so it can supply nourishment and strength commissioned. I ;t

; to every part of the body, it cures Rheumatism permanently. S. S. S. is the only safe cure Midshinpman R. '!B. Strassburger detached They meet every requirement that can be made by both player and '*'

for the disease; being purely vegetable, it, will not injure the system in the least, as do I the West Virginia to the Virginia. singer. We invite you toy ee them--come in and try each one until .:j

those medicines. which contain Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up Midshipmen D. I. SeIfri 'ge and 0 i
have found that suits own particular piano taste. It don't 1 l\;\
every part of the body by its fine tonic properties. 'Barlett detached the Colorado to the. you one your

While cleansing the blood of all poisons it builds up the Vlriginia.Midshipmen, H! G. Knox detachedthe J matter if you haven't got the money-we make it l:!

appetite and digestion, soothes the excited nerves, reduces Kearsage to the Virginia.
Medical Inspector, J. .;M. Steele 'detached Easy.to Buy and Easy to Pay j ji
all inflammation, relieves pain and completelycures the Brooklyn to home and wait ._ : nl
S S S Rheumatism in every form-Muscular, Inflamma- orders. k i If you don't buy a piano is your own. fault, not ours. c i i
iPassed Asst: 'Surg. E. M. Brown to .
tory, Articular or Sciatic. If are worried with the
you
y.
the Naval Hospital, New York, N. Y. I.....
nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait.for it to become Asst. 'Surg. B. H. Dorsey to the Lan- ... Idest. and Largest 114116 S. Palafox St.
', chronic, but begin the use of S. S. S. and purge caster. )rt!, Music House in Clutter Music House Phone 15 1In
the blood of of the Write for book Rheumatism and ask AssL Surg. J. L. Belknap detached Florida PENSACOLA *lJI
particle poison.
our on
every our the Brooklyn to the Kentucky.Asst. i GEO. W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec. a s
physicians for advice wish. We make no charge for either. ''S'arg. J.: -A. Randall detachedthe ".., q*."'"' "" \I\MnI\IJr- "" WriW1bYlYWriWriW1rWI",rciWnrrrfir. xRWntprnWilW10WIWi;
any you Kentucky to home and wait orders. J. ;:.mBi.YI"-_':' :,Bn"H";'"'. j-O_".......;.:..O.B..JI\II HHn: ..-:H-t. ..'U......:..fJ...:....."'.R""'IUI"IUI"'iII: :.n-ft-o'BnB': ""'IUIIP>"",n"K"'A':HH''f'
1. s THE.;SWIFT,SPECIFIC COMPANY 'ATLANTA, GA. Asst. Paymaster T. P. Ballenger: detached -

. ,. _' __ '''.7. __ .. ... .. '."" n : duty in attendance on the
.., .. ,. '. course of instruction at the Navy
,
T_ __ ." -- '. .. ,--,. .. .-. ---- Pay Officers' School, Navy Yard,:
Washington, D. C., to the Marietta, '

THE SOUTHERN HOTEL when Chap.commissioned.W. T. Helm to the Naval Station .
: Cavite, P. J E!, sail'ng! from, Seat .Equipment
MRS. F. L. BOWEN, PROP. tle; Wash., June 7. 1906.
Chap. W. G. Cassard detached Naval -
Station, Cavite, P. I.. to home and .
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. wait orders.

Asst Civil Engineer P. J. Bean ap- for brewing a
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES pointment announced. .
Given Medal of Honor. ,
For stamping out the fire in the 13, /
Pleasant Convenient, Comfortable. Quisine Excellent, inch gun turrett room of the Kear-,i high grade beer
sarge Geo. Breenan, seaman has been
t Service Up-to-Date awarded a medal of honor and given
$100 gratuity. A letter of commendation .'

If you will call up-phone 490,. drop us a postal or call in person, I was of also the sent to The him by the secretary installing our new plant we.threw out equipment
navy. department:
I we will be glad to,give you rates for either rooms board or both. has also removed the requirementsof better than many! breweries still use. Equipment is as important
the naval regulations that he may, as excellence! in material, and our plant is the most up-to-date
!become a candidate for promotion. '
in America.
J Boatswain Mates Win. Me'ninger
a------: and Wm. C. Carpenter were given let- Machinery cleanses.the malt kernels before use; machinery weighs all the
ters of recommendation. Likewise w ingredients, preserving just accurate relative proportions WITHOUT GUESS
John Pickard, I. Nordstrom and Jas. WORK; and then the beer is cooled in pipes, where the air even "filtered"air
I' Herrick, but in their instance the regulations is absolutely excluded. The wort that is to be
were waived that they may
become candidates for promotion to
be boatswains. C. J. Caranaugh war- American
; rant machinist also gets a letter and Queen
ENNANT in his the regulations are waived
1 A letter of commendation has been Is- takes its coarse from hopper to tuns and after the
aging to
on bottling
plant
f,
the through
sued to following enlisted men: C. mechanisms which and nine
thoroughly insure its isolation
ii:0 w/ I 3 V. Ma'gnuson: chief master at arms; p t liar to our brewery makes and preserves the carbonic gas protection.to be used Another in bottling.invention pecu-
This
H. A. Weber G. B. Keith, W. Dough immensely to.the :flavor. Finally,even the machinery used for cleanliness adds
: / cleansed
: WIIIN erty and G, A. Rennie, Seamen P. J. day before using These lavish precautions make American Queen the most ex- every
'
Egan, W. R. Schreiber; ordinary sea iS pensively! brewed beer you can buy at the regular beer price. They enable us to
r men; W. L. Wilson, machinst's mate; economize in many departments and return the saving into quality of ingredients
F. Sandbag J. Miller W. H. Risley F, irr Always call for American Queen wherever drink beer.

TO GET THE GENUINE J.Rese Phillips, chief, quartermaster.A quartermasters. and V. L. Watch for our next ad. on the art braving.you.

; naval board composed of com- 1' ACME BREWING CO., Macon, Ga. /#
RED ROCK manders Vreeland, McLean and Cham- /
__ ,. GINGER ALE bers and Lieuts. Stokes and Bogert Z -" -
1 will formulate a report prescrib'ng! '
designation of one officer on each ship d->&'
to be known as supervisor of systemof
physical exercise of officers and t

1 Always look for the Reji Rock Crown Stopper on men. Army Orders

k bottles. That is your guarantee of quality ; your Brigadier to hIs home.General Suter will proceed WANTED I Marine ,Grocery Co.

assurance that-you get a pure Ginger The resignation by Major William Wanted Wanted, a home by a bright little boy, seven 604, 606 608. 610 S. Palafox bt

f Ale instead of colored pepper-heated Jffi& no 4 s F.ed. Llppitt! surgeon, has been accept years old, and a sweet little girl five years old, orphans, V. J. VIDAL Phone 723-

water. Say RED ROCK and ff/J Leave Lieutenant for four Gilbert months A. Youngberg is granted1st ,. whose father died without life insurance, Address "Orphan," We will sell for, Manage ten day :

say it PLfiW.:" (hS, RQC Corps of Engineers, to take effect upon: care Children's Home. than cost:
fill M his relief from duty at the United I No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
HOn nasiwioaraco States Staff College, Fort Leavens A policy i in the Union Central Life will protect our Smoked Halibut (very fin' I J'
sale in bottles at all groceries worth, Kansas. per pound.
etc., and on draught at Captain Daniel W.',Arnold quartermaster orphans. Blood Red Salmon, lOc per 'I
soda fountains. will proceed from Chicago, Holland Herring (in kits) per
Illinois to Racine Junction, Wilson: B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent. kitKaiser r
sin, perta'ning! to the inspection oi t I Herring (in tins) 4.' '
five hundred cots for the 'Bureau ol f tin. .,
c
Insular Affairs, {and upon completion CLOCK-fa Salacine Sausage (impoi ;

% of this duty return to his proper sta Parlor Clock ... ... ... ... ... ... .. per pound. I
"The trade can be supplied with Pints and Quarts by the Consolidated Grocery'i tlon.I A good 8 day <' > .. .$5.00 We have a fresh stock of i iMaccaroni is: I ,
A good 8-day Parlor Clock with alarm
$3.00 :
Company, Pensacola." I mission Leave to for three months with per' S-dayMlssionClocks: $2.5 to. . .. .,... ... ... ... ... ... .. ...$5.00 Paste Greek Spagetti Black Olives Jtalian, .\.' ", ;
beyond the .
go is
sea, granted .
Repairing at reasonable prices.J. '
Navy Bread JaL'
a".v... .. !.'........................................................................................-........................................ 'Corps 1st of Lieutenant Engineers.For .Francis A. Pope F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store Tack, Boston Pilot Brown Bread Bread, r :
For Justice of Supreme Court.FLY Bread, Russian Caviar and :: .
Vote for Two: French and Italian Sweet Oc:;
75 cents to 44.00 each. .
Railroad Commissioner.Vote .
Order Your f :
We carry the only full linecis
F SCREENS and Wire to make Charles B. Parkhill ;
!
for Two: ICE COAL and WOOD Leggett's and Dodson an iI"
your own Screens., and canned goods in the cityi.i. :
.
R. Hudson Burr ; from the Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold s :
B. Whitfield. j Daybreak Diamond Blend aden -: ':
J. i Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. i
Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA. & CO. andNABlitch Rio Coffee for sale. ThE' -" ,1

\ .v................................................................................................ ".... ...,...........................................:.........:........:.:...-..........-................"......................... ......................................... TRY BOSSO'S 'CREAM' "*. PHONE.' -' 1326,. I Oflce-Corner Chile tad Tarrajona. Phone 259. high tion. grades and give perfect ,,: '.-aJ':

.
,.
., _a-- '," '
,'" "'" ., .
.
.
/ _-
ae ._ \; Ms..e.r.lYy: .. 7Mi). .,.. ti ,. "<#'i Y".r I i- .;.'. .; ;-l<' .1t__ff.; ; "' -r..:. 'b ': ; ::: 1 ;> rl a r v I



GroS;_


.
.


: i '
1 :

._ TH'E PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13 1906 PAGE ELEVEN .4..1! ;


:- iwiiiT::::::_- '.,...-, 1'i.: '. :. .. __ .. _: = : _- .-. -. ._ iwtii'__ ,"_ __-," .___ _..___ with their feet and "footing up" as in it rI rOi IIUI! iI fI' Is an ordeal which a3 1'.1{ :. i ,
is called, while two others' pulled '
'T ,
&l) ;.t 'flU women approach withindescribable :
on,the, cork line. Soon the fish, .... fear for, t;; :;
which' began to,get more and morealarmed '
.as, they dashed round and A MO'HER nothing compares"with' I..1'\
round in the narrowing circle; beganto tKe P sinand! horror of -r; :

1 gill in the meshes of the seine and child-birth. The thought .-1 { i

were hauled in with the webt>) agand of the suffering and danger in store'for her, robs the expectant mother, t f' .

left until the haul was over to be.taken of all pleasant anticipations of the coming,event, and casts over her a 'l s"1 .

out. I shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women t1.' : .

The Tootsome Pampano. ,have found that the use of Mothers\ Friend during robs J 1 : .

Presently there, was. a fish of gold confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safer'pregnancy .
and silver and a large pompano which and child. This .
scientific
liniment is a god-send to all women at the j
had been closed up with the other : ;
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's\ Friend ",
fish leaped fully twenty feet and, M r '
striking on its flat side, went skipping carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use i ;; t .

WiIIIam.sf I along for perhaps 30 yards, as a fiat gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning .:' ., : "
stone or oyster shell skips on the wa- sickness," and other dis J' '

1 11 ter when thrown. He went clear over ? ftm :' ,"
the line of the net and was thus say-i, IJlll'R"O
comfe:2: t .1' .
: .
ed from the griddle for the time be- 1118@J1 B j .
ing. Before' the net was entirely k r.: .i! J 1. : :

closed up several other fine pompano II containing valuable information free. III1 MlIlI'I : + 1' "'I .,

went skipp'.n'g about, some over the The Bradfield Reaulator Co..Atlanta.Ga. IJI.R IIl&.liilllJl { T f ;'
>c ..for'Dun line and some inside to eventually go : .J
in the Dag: and be caught with the ; ?. ; :; ', .'f
other fish. One fine one darted up in 'y i
I -
the air and struck one of the boys in i > ,

:: the chest, causing him to grimace J I ********#*#a t :; :,:'

laugh from, from pain his and companions raising at a his hearty ex 1 I | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I : .' > '

I pense. I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE 1 l tl,:' '
.
I As the circle narrowed down to per
C haps thirty feet in diameter the fish % STERLING SILVERWARE, | "I IART .

ty became so compact they could only '
R flutter and splash in the water, unableto |! POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, I..: '

swim about and a few moments I I CUT GLASSWARE. J. "
later the tenders came alongside and

*,: ; ,.odj the large dip nets were gotten out r '
i ,
t while; two men held the boat as 11 :

; steady as possible the others scoopedthe Engraving and Fine Stationery. ;-; .,' :
of fluttering fish into the '
>1 a mass J
c t
1? .. t ...
,
boats. Thus three large boats were ; I )

1 > ; Trsurerx loaded from Big this Shark one Caught.In haul. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention, *. : !' :R.; 'j's;

; dumpin'g the last boat load out ; ,
of the bag a shark about 6 or 7 feet ; '
long was found. He was evidently unable i '
E. 0. Zadek
x Go.
A n to bite his way through the Jewelry : .
? strong meshes of the bag and fell a, ; .'
Mr. Williams is now serving his first term, and in victim. (Sometimes they catch several : MOBILE, ALA. .i\3 I J

s ; .. ] large sharks in with the small fish I: iilfiiiW? #3L 19itrYr I',
1 accordance with Democratic custom and precedent, he and occasionally an extra large: one I
I I I
tears his way out, leaving a rent : '
asks for a re-nomination for the. office which he has so {through: which a large part of the I,I .i.; .

faithfully: filled. I catch After escapes.the fish were all taken out the I I : '" '". JI .

men in the seine boat proceeded to I ,
r Both Mr. Williams and his friends will appreciate load the seine again and get ready 1 I {
for another haul in case more fish : 44 A Ie a veritable dragon of ill-health It lean
S'A: : vote in should be sighted, while the heavily'I ease morephysic8lvrrecrsthan pecaltar to robtibl any Other one dis. ;
your
laden tenders made their way out to: W1iY? 61ntp becanseu eon the thtit indleatfion i ,
of the mated the ,
s : deep water and around to the chan I tluiaine,or that y deadly eysteul minerala1o is usual m our i '. -

nel to go in, as it was dangerous to' Aon'o It, It's Ann eroto, It '
T cross the bar when they were loadedso w+' {Veposltloo y guaraat ai totoWMlandFaalnsnrzLTCUe 'i -

1 uesdayts deep. In the course of an hour I I HERBINE .. '

x S .i Sy they arrived at the camps where the,I. .
fish were taken out in tubs, iced in rom U 6 '
r e1 hell aL eltrtae '
the ,
large sailing smacks, and immediatelysent I and calamei-Done of these deodl ell!q f""
,
eorreetaaun.v ,
to Pensacola to be sold to the ,
50o per bottle, AU Drutrwblet
large wholesale merchants there and I
Primary Election i iI thence shipped to the consumer !'n J I j E

some cases many hundreds of miles .
away. ;f. '

..... 'w ...,t't.:: : :' ........... H'h. ... <..,..!1 .. ... -. -, '..... ,-",...-. .. -- ". After the fish were iced the captain .I
Ip. .. .r"..:!'....N'n. '":'&; .,. '} :"'_'V'':'' t .. >41. I::' '4.0 estimated this catch to be ten ALL
'-- '_ 0 "' ''' '''- !'':! .(i'; ""* ,, "', ;t,_ ", ',,_. :, '1. ___. -- _- ..4-: alroiit DEALERS. ,j f ,

____ _____ thousand pounds.I .
-------- n n
haps -eight:feet.-Reachingthis was more than satisfied with the
seyen or
height it turned 'gracefully and morning sport and went back to camp :'

MACKEREL FISHING DANCE AND SUPPER] descended like a shot head first into with a full grown appetite for the delicious .1'

I the water, scarcely making a ripple I slabs of fried pompano which ,'
GIVES rXDER AUSPICE* OF when it fell. Almost simultaneouslyit were served.

NEAR EAST PASS was followed by ha'.f a' hundred .1
Ladies of St.Ws Episcopal Church, more, all darting sjrafght up in the air 1- Do Not be Imposed Upon. ,
.. and falling head first back in the Foley & Co., Chicago, originated ; ; J
waves. ,*"> .. Honey and Tar aa a throat and lung
part of the night. In a few momentsthe AT NAVY YARD I "Mackeref by hen," the captain remedy, and on account of the great ,

How the Toothsome Denizens of boats all came to a anchor just shouted, "overboard and pull boys," merit and popularity of Tbley's Honey take the celebrated cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. f
inside of bar to await the c'awn in the sail loft, evening, Tar imitations offered
the Monday JUay and many are need effect
and again throwing his: weight on his B. It is all in the world'you to a perfect -
the Deep are Captured b by Y that they might the better tell if it staff he sent the boat's head out t toward -, for the genuine. These worthless imitations ) Even the most obstinate
and lasting
was too rough outside for work. that 21. !Boat leaves Palafox wharf at 7:30.:: have similar sounding names. cure.
the sea. At the signal the"jumper" I .
open
been
aiorning. I ,!I Beware of them. The genuine Foley'sHoney weeping and scaly forms of eczmahave permanently
Thousands. II i I in his
caught the
A Scene of Beauty.As I Admission 25c. hands and leaped over* warp the stern neck and Tar is in a yellow pack, 11 cured-cases which resisted the united ef. .

the day gradually broke over the deep in the water and as the warp, age.. Ask for it and refuse any sub- 11 forts of scores of medicines, and many doctors. ;

lea: and land it discloseed a scene played out he,hauled It in and, hall stitute. It is the best remedy for Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this state- .
INTERESTING STORY OF A DAY ,
once witnessed, never forgotten. East their annual spring run. ', coughs and colds. For sale by W. A. I of costly '
instead
on wading and half swimming, made &i= I ment. If you want a cure a experiment .
SPENT WITH THE FISHER FOLK *nd west for miles the sandy beach In the first boat' was the captain, way towards the beach, where he was D'Alemberte.For call for Botanic Blood Balm, and accept .
stretched away while as a bank of standing on the bow with a pole toguide quickly assisted by the men in the for
ALONG THE GULF COAST TEN snow speckled only here and there by the course of the boat and bal tenders. Railroad Commissioner.Vote no substitute. A never-failing cure eczema. -

a bit of wreckage of the trunk of some ance himself on his precarious footing for Two: bottle at all druggists, or sent on receiptof
Price $1
THOUSAND POUNDS OF FISH uprooted tree drifted, perhap through while he sighted! the schools of Hard, Fast Work. per
R. Hudson Burr bottles for $2.50 6 bonks for $5.00.
3
CAPTURED AT ONE HAUL. many climes to at last finu1 a resting fish. On the thwarts were the crew All this time the crew in the seine price. ,
place, half buried in the sand and dipping their oars in the crest of the boat had not been idle for at the first t and BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
I water along the beach, there to fall a waves as the yawl forged slowly signal as the boat's head swung out t '
to the teredo which abounds in N. A. Blitch.
prey ahead and aft was the "jumper"
Wallace B. CaSwell. the
By i orl to sea the brawny arms graspin'g 7
I arrived at Destin at 8 p. m. ann"as the waters of the Gulf, and soon destroys nan who gets overboard with the long twelve foot sweeps shot forward : .
or eats to a honeycomb and wood of the seine when the fish are s'ghted.: Bathing Club Notice.
given a hearty welcome by the and the long oars dashed into thewater ,
few near residents who had assembled. that comes in contact with the salt For perhaps ,half a mile down they:I in .a steady, long drawn pull. The East Hill Bathing Club' extendsa I )
i I
io i meet the boat bringing the thrice ai'1| water. beach the boats kept their way in an The light yawl moved forward likea welcome to !bathers. Ladies and .
\'epk mail and its load of freight: antI Back of the beach a few yards were unbroken ]line, each seine/'hoat closely!' race horse out to and acorss the' gentlemen admitted free. Bath rooms, ,'
h'gh: ranges of hills or sand dunes and followed by its tenders and each'member 'I towels for rent Refreshments
an occasional passenger for the littb; foaming bar, shipping a 'breaker as bathing suits and "
fbhing"ill age. After the hurry of still further back, where the land is of the crews awaiting the moments it went and filIng: the boat half full daily 3 to' 9 p. m. Best ,
unloading! was over and the launch!: lower and less sanay: were green when the fish would be sighted an. ) of water. But it was no time to be place for parties and picnics, bathin'gand
i
bad resumed,her journey: I was escorted I I II I thickets! of scrub pine: or magnolias.? they must exert every muscle to the' careful and there was no time to bail fishing. Come.and enjoy yourselfat : L
host to little South as far as the eye could] reach: utmost to close the seine around lhe'wary Park and the beach of
by my a pretty out, for the fish had heard the rattleof Bay View on
the waters of the
tlne-clal cottage which could just be vere green rolling denizens of the deep before, the beautiful.Bayou Texar.
the corks as they played out over
Gulf Mexico c'ose in where the
seen from the beach peeping out from of and they could dart away to deep eater.! the stern and were darting 'away to W. A. SCHOLZ, Mgr. -
st-allows ; the rolling waves broke
were
Suddenly the captain of the lead'ngitoat he m t
among the oak and magnolias whichshred \ 1 1b 1o !
deep' water. Out still 'went the boats
the path. !I i I j into whitecaPs'and came roaring in thew his weight on the staff he1 I SEA 'ISLAND SHEETING, '25 r !rtIly
:: until at last they circled the school,
to the beach. It beautiful sight
Over the evening meal I expressed was a carried, checking its headway. Those;, YARDS. $1.00. NO ONE OVER ONE Modern\
then Bathroom ?
but the water looked altogether! too turning east they sped down the j Is Your vR
in boats did the and uz
4 desire to see bne of the big hauls of the rear same CUT. Rp.y
for in the small beach. The bag or purse went over
rough navigation
mackerel and pompano of which 1 ha1 for a few moments the boats all lay F. E. BRAWNER'S 4
boat of the fishing fleet. However and a few moments later the last turn
occasionally heard and received anluitation my host of the night' before who by' motionless except for the risin'g and was made and they hurried back to Department Sto're.ICE If it 5 is not, don't you think it is worth! your while,to examine
to go out the next morn'ngfeith : falling of the waves. Some little d's-: .
the was aptain of one of the: wards the beach a'ga'.n! crossing the *
one of! the tenders and witness 11 way 'I tance ahead and close to the outer I CREAM AT 90c R GALLON into conditions, and remodel or rebuild it if necessary?
boats, assure \me it was'only a little : bar safely, running the whole way /
tip sport.At tar, or backbone, as the seamen call GALLON
AND 50c PER HALF AT
choppy and would be safe enough .r across on the crest of one sea and a
half past three In the morning: I it, was a large'dark spot in the water: FACTORY
ICE CREAM
tare was exercised and the boats set I moment later, as the staff went over BOSS01S ; You cannot have too many safeguards for the health of your
was aroused by a tap on the door andahLr moving swiftly ,westward towards the '( ; SUNDAY ONLY. PHONE 1326.
hurridly dressing and partaking oat of the trough. ,! waiting boat. and the last warp ran out, the men II self and family, especially the growing children. Bad or antique
The Start Sunrise. rose from their seats, panting and: /.
rf a cup of coffee, accompanied my dist at The Fish. Si:hted. perspiring from the severe exertion,:1 NOTICE. plumbing is as dangerous to the health as good or modern plumbing
host down to the fish camps, where Just as the red of the sun appeared I that the
is, given undersigned
Mvrv one was astir and ready for theta rising out of the water on the "What are they Cap," came the! jumped over the side into the cold wa,:'I Notice owners hereby of the following yes ; is beneficial. Better by far to pay out money for good pluming\ .

) work. I was given a seat in one eastern: horizon, the first boat pulled query from one, of tne men."Can't I j ter and grasping the warp, hauled the: sels will not be responsible for any than for doctor bills resulting from defective sanitary equipment.
tell until they break, was net in towards the beach, leaving the,
tit>i 'the large doubleseated dorys used up .its anchor ana' followed by its ten in the name of said
contracted
for tenders to the seine boats'and ina ders, pulled. out over the bar. Although the answer, 'but I guess its only skip: captain to take care of the boat. Af. debts unless first authorized by a .
the tossed the jack." I ter throwing the anchor over he, too,, vessels
tow i moments the whole fleet shIp- angry waves written order signed by us. The above The cost of
kei: their oars and dropped down the frail yawls and dorys about as if they Scarcely had the words left the cap.: hurried to help haul in the net.
pass' with the ebb tide, towards where were feathers, they all crossed the I tain's lips when from the center' orl I :Soon the two ends of the net were. notice refers to the Franklin following Caldwell vessels H.: t renewing, your
: Althea ,
tiu roar df the breakers on the beach bar in safety and turned eastward the spot there came a flash of silver: ,joined and the men took their places Schooner Wixon Emma ,.,fti" bathroom furnishings
down beach fn the I and fish long and slim with wide : Colt, Mary L. Harty, Amy Ia
tOld of shallow water and a choppy the whence come a a and began hauling in. Two were
Ariola, Francis &
tea from fresh breeze of the earlier,I vast schools of mackerel and pompano dark forked-tail shot up in the air! per! holding the lead lines en the bottom; Jane, Osceola, and the slight '
Margery, Silas Stearns, Algoma, Halcyon
------. William H. Warren, Clara P. extra expense of f j

Sewell, Isabelle. obtaining the best ', ,
1p, FISH COMPANY. .
WARREN 3 : II /1 1" will in reality be : I
Pensacola, May llth. 1&06. j

"L s health assurance, ,
For Justice of Supreme Court.
tr r tiI as well as .
Vote for Two:

Beer Charles B. Parkhilland z IL3 a saving .

I li ,. bills.t In repair ,, '' .


S 1For B; Whitficld :

I\ Unquestionably the best bathroom equipment made is the J

Rid yourself of the old idea that beer ranks as an intoxicant. Scientists of Railroad Commissioner_ famous ".$taadattf Porcelain Enameled Ware, every piece of which '

o today term a good beer, such as Gerst beer, "a pure-food temperance beverage." Vote for Two: is unconditionally guaranteed by the makers. We have samples in

Think of this, whiskey'contains 511-2 per cent. of alcohol ; brandy, 511-2 per R Hudson Burrand our showrooms. A conference with us will give you much helpful I

cent. ; sherry, 23 per cent. ; champagne, 12 per cent.; but Gerst }beer contains. information.

only 31-2 per cent of alcohol, even less than is found in cider! N. A Blitch.ICE -

On the other hand, Gerst beer is extremely heavy in vegetable food-stuff, extracts of malt and hops. It conveys -
great nutrition in a form which is the'least tax upon digestion, and even then, the small percentsga of alcohol CREAM AT 90c PER GALLON r WICKE 8& CO.I.
present aids digestion aw! si1nilaticm. Drink it at home: ; drink it at'resorts.. AND 50c PER HALF GALLON AT .

i: r THE WM. ,GERST BREWING CO., Nashville, Tenn. SUNDAY BOSSO'S ONLY.ICE CREAM PHONE FACTORY 1326. ;

..
I.. c- 7 -
PETER BELL' Distributor. : TRY 'CREAM. PHONE 1325.

"
1J!
.
: .


,. ...
.1.


; ''' '.;; ''' i---'h.. ',' __ _' '-, '_"" -' \,':_, -",_..."ot.- .- '.' ', ,'.' _
.. _,:"j4- jof. '_ "'; -", ;::""<; '.'. ',' ,J.



'i; ... -.r >-.. w',",. -,.. ,- ': : \ -t 0'I: "-' ,=- ,. '.5.-9.''' .
:; ; ,,- :, w 1""t: ;Po, f.. : : f .: : : :: -: "-., :

.
'r'.




,
f '
a pA1iETiMItV; E rHE PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, ,SUNDAY MOnniriu, m i+ r la I 1 o vo


.- : ;& ; _, 'f'o.;" _., c. ,,,. .,-._.,.. -- ,' J' .,. '...._.'7'7. ," .'<,'. --V"-At',,, 'H',,.; .,.,. .
; "
c:: =:::: :,: ; = c :c co: :,:,:=:=:= -::-:=::\ _-: c:=:;:: :c:=c.: : :cc":: :: ;- =::: ::=:; : __ :ii ___- __ __ ,#_- __ __ ._ J ..o_ _.___, ""' ', .. !: ) _"'; *,__* _,,1'n _' 'J'_. _. -



"The Best Is What We Sell". PEOPLE AND EVENTS Vc Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 1/5

By MISS F". (NELLIE' BECK
the last days the end of OFF
.OFF: are .
: ::=:= : ::;:::;: :>: :.;.: :: : ==:>=: : :=: .
:= = = = : :: = :: "
Pin Money
''I
} -
I P ENSACOLA CHAPTER U. D/.C. mingham Ala., but formerly of this
I MEETS TUESDAY AFTERNOON. city simply brought the audience to
Pensacola Chapter United Daugh-- its feet by her superb violin playing ... ,.."",.'
ME.Y.SiCOMPL1MENTAR
s j tern of the Confederacy ,meets; at ...he in, her solo, creating the greatest, en ,";'::"
,Pickles ; .
'
ji II residence of the president MrsiA. EJfaCDav1d thusiasm. 4 .
Tuesday afternoon at a The dance that lollowed was greatly' '
o'clock. enjoyed, the excellent music ana' always -
i fine floor proving inspiration..
---,- ; an
The celebrated pin money BIG MOONLIGHT HAY RIDE' -+-
pickles are made by :Mrs. E. G. TO ELECTRIC PARK. Miss Gwendolyn Menefee has returned
i :Mr. and Mrs J. E. Long, Mr. and from. Chicago where she went I
Kidd, of Richmond Virginia, Airs. Will last June has of
Mrs Preston Long Mr. and and been the guest Y2AL
and are the finest thing in the I Walker, Mr. ana' Mrs. Holtz Mr. and her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mene-

way of pickles you can geL Mrs. Ynlestra chaperoned a jolly partyof fee whiletaking a special. .course of ,
I : about fifty young people on a ha/ study including ,music.. k
We have them in ride Tuesday night. .
I The party filled three .big double 'Mrs. H.. H. Thornton, Mrs. EvelynC.

Glass Jars i H wagons and they had a merry time Maxwell, Miss 'Daisy Hyer, Mrs.Goodoe. 1o Per Cent Discount on all Footwear and Hosiery
driving in the moonlight to Electric Mrs. John C. Avery, and a ;
Park, where they had refreshments, small party of congenial friends ha1,
and back to the city by midnight.. supper at the Country Club last nighf.
'
15cv"We -4 t" -
at SOUTH FLORIDA DAUGHTER Mr..>and Mrs.. Claude Carroll, formerly ,As an ,appreciation of the most liberal patronage that has been accorded us since we have opened our

LOST HER HEART TO THE of Pensacola, but now 'residing store, :w* are'going to give.a 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT on all FOOTWEAR AND HOSIERY for six days. Rightin.the'h
have also a supply of this PENSACOLA DELEGAION. in Mobile are rejoicing over the arriv
season's Honey and it is sweet A Tampa Daughter of the'Confederacy ai of a fine baby boy, born April 30 art of f the season, at.a time when you really need the goods, we give you this discount with our VERY

honey too, at.. .. ... .. ..12Y2C writing to Miss Beck says: and named Woodruff Klein. BEST COMPLIMENTS.assuring. you we shall ever maintain QUALITY as our standard and shall continue strive
.
; "I met Mrs. MacDavid in Orlandoand J
lost my heart to all the Pensacola Mrs A. B. Kearney of Mobile, who ing to PLEASE YOU.
Delegation has been visiting her sister Mrs. 0.
"Mrs. Ba ts la certainly a very fascinating C. Thompson leaves to-day for home
woman accompanied by her niece Miss'Hazel This is an opportunity to obtain HIGH GRADE SEASONABLE FOOTWEAR seldom offered and at a

ROSENAU & GERElDS "Mrs. Pebley r had met in St. Louis. Thompson. SAVING that MEANS MUCH. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
J hear many enconiums passed on
Mrs. MacDavid. in Orlando." Oscar Wilkerson the thirteen years
Ahdsitor in Orlando also writes I old boy who fell from a swing at Magnolia -
The Fancy Grocers, complimentary of the..same ladies,, Bluff Friday night and broke his NOTE THE REAL PRICES, THEN THE DISCOUNT
thus: leg below the knee, suffered'intenselj
Phone 391. Pensacola.MAGNOLIATEMPLE. "I missed the pleasure of meeting g until about noon Saturday when ha $7.00 Shoes all kinds and styles I $3.50 Shoes all| kinds and styles $1.50 Shoes all kinds and styles
the fell asleep, and last evening was rest 20 off .. -45-60
Pensacola delegation personally,, per cent. 20 per cent. off $2.80 20 per cent off. .$120
but I heard a great deal about them. ing as comfortably as could be ex $6.50 Shoes all kinds and styles ? ? ?
$3.00 Shoes all kinds and I
l particularly regret it since I learn: pected. 20 per cent off ... .. :.$5.20! styles $1.25 Shoes all kinds and styles
that one of the ladies is Mrs. Martin 20 per cent. off. ? .$2.40 20
$6.00 Shoes all kinds and styles : per cent. off.-$1.00
Eatts, sister-in-law of Richard A. The New City Ladies will meet 20 percent off .. .. .$4.80 $2.60 Shoes all kinds and styles
' Mills, one of the cleverest men m St.Louis. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Baftoa $1.00 Shoes all kinds and styles
I. When\.1 go to Pensacola I: Pepper. $5.50 Shoes ,all kinds and styles 20 per cent off ? .. .$2.00 ,20 per cent. off.. .. .. .. 80
No. 4 must hunt her up and !pay my devoirs i. 20 per! cent off. .. .. .. .. 4.40 $2.00 Shoes all kinds and styles I ?

The Pensacola delegation is said to Mr. and Mrs. L. R Fead are the $5.00 Shoes all| kinds and styles I 20 .. ... .. 75 Shoes air| kinds and styles
cent. off.
RATHBONE SISTERS have captured the town." happy parents of a fine boy. 20 per'cent; off. ., .. .. ?$4.00 per $1.60 20 per cent off. .. .. .. 60
-4 $4.00 Shoes all kinds and styles $1.75 Shoes all kinds and styles 50 Shoes all kinds and styles

will give a CHAUSETTE SOCIAL BY Mrs. Henderson and baby daughter 20 per cent' off. . .. .. ...$3.20 20 per cent off.. .. .. .. ... .$1.40 20 per cent off .. .. ... 40
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS: OF Whiting leave to-day noon to spenda
MD ES. WILSON AND RICE. few weeks with her mother Mrs. J. /
DANCEat HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY!
!Several days ago friends of the t D. Holman in Muscogee for the beenfit
Baptist Sunday school classes of Mrs of the baby's health. FOR LADIES MEN BOYS AND CHILDREN.
c. K. of A. Hall ,
.
Monday M. Wilson anal! Mrs Charles J. Rice,, .
Night, May 14. received, personally addressed< 'envelopea Mr Fred A. Sweet of The 'Journal $2.00 Hosiery all kinds and styles 75 Hoisery all kinds and styles
\containing a little Chausetteor t received a message yesterday announcing 20 per cent. off. . .. .. .. .$1.60 $1.25 Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 pep cent. off.. .. . 60
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. sock and the following invitation: the death in Woodstock $1.75 Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 per cent. off. . . .$1.00 50 Hosiery all kinds and styles
Friday Evening, May: 11th, Canada, of Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet, his .20 per cent. off? .. . ..$1.40 $1.00 Hosiery all kinds and styles 20 per cent. off. ? . 40
5 until 10 p. m., great aunt at the advanced age of $1.50 Hosiery all| kindsand styles 20 per cent. off.. .. .. .. .. 80 25 Hosiery all kinds and styles
In S, S. Room of the ninety-four years. 20 per1 cent off. ... .. .. .$1.20 t' 20 per cent. off. ? .. . 20
: BOSSO'SIce First Baptist Church. .
This little sock we give to you, :Miss Cary Abercrombie and her It's a Six Day's Sale and the 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT is with our compliments. THURSDAY, MAY 10th, starts

Cream Factorycan It is not for you to wear; guest :Miss Genevieve Parkhill leave the sale. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16th, closes the sale. ENOUGH SAID. .,
Please multiply your size by two, this morning at 7 o'clock for Tallahassee.
And place therein with care .
furnish you cream in In.pennies or in cents .
any quantity. Satisfaction 'Just twice the number sock :you 'Mrs." imball the charming daughterof
. guaranteed. wear; Judge and Mrs. Charles Swayne, is,

t SAM PHONE BOSSO.1326 Prop. (We hope it is immense.) several still with weeks.them and will remainfor ft MEYER SHOE C.OMPANY

So, if you wear a number ten, ,
You owe us twenty see? Miss Dixie Bass' is In Nashville to
Which dropped within this little'sock. : attend the' graduating recital in" elocution Ftee&Furnishers' for Folks. 102 SOUTH PALFOX STREET.
NOW READY Will fill our hearts with glee, of her sister Mtss-Cornie Bass, < '- -' '
'
'Tis all we ask, it isn't much, and will remain for the commence- '=,,2; :: _. .: : _,.: :: ,_: ___ .. .. ....: ,.: :. .: i. '_.:.: :J:, a

Segari's Bath House ,And hardly any trouble; ment exercises at Belmont. ,the latter. ., .
'
of ---s' I .
But if you only have one"footWe'll part the month. r -
Everything first-class and surely'charge you'double.* ."' proved in',the I list yean they are encouraged NN.NNININ.NNN111NIONNININNIAN.111.
Mr. F. A. Manker of Indianapolis, to believe that a few monthsin < '
up-to-date.. But, It the distance seems too great, In' '., is expected! to arrive Tuesday to ,his native cltme;,wm complete his "I COFFEE !
Our social to attend, join Mrs. Manker who has spent the cure. He was ''bOrn during his parents
Or. care or sickness should prevent winter-with her parents MrT: and Mr4 residencyabroad: ,, ? : '> j | The Ostermoor i
***##***#*****.*#***. Just send by sOme good friend, John G. Wood, :Mr. and Mrs. Manker I
*t Or our good "Uncle Sam" will bring will remain a few weeks longer The-.man)* friends of Mrs. GeorgeHowe'whtf4asi We are the Pioneer
& PIANOS AND ORGANS. tif t Theme. we so much need. ben critically ill, Coffee Roasters of
CASH OR EASY TERMS. And many ,thanks well: vote to you,, Mr. Fred A. Sweet,circulation man were .greatly relieved Wednesday to
to All Piano Work Guaranteed. *t Who are a friend indeed. ager of The Journal will spend Sunday learn that'she passed the crisis Tues West Florida.HUGH'S .
K CLUTTER RUSHING,' # with friends in Bay Minette, returning day night: SinAfl&en, Mrs. Howe has jl Mattress is Sanitary. I
K12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ftfc Now if you have a friend Quite dealt to-morrow in ,the interest of been steadily improving and on Friday
PHONE 476. ill You'd like to bring with you, his paper to Century' and ;McDavld. her physician pronounced her well on '
ft Or. if you know some one who'd come,, the way to rapl recovery. George BLENDS
**#*## *#*#*#****. ,iWa'll send you two, Mr. M. A. Qumto, wife and two children Howe,'Jr., onl,. three weeks old, is The nearer pure the air is in the slec-p-t: chamber the i
So don't forget,the place and date- of Ft. Barrancas, leave' this thehandsomestihea.thiest! and best ?
I
-----, We'll answer when you knock, morning for New York via Mobile. boy in town: of his age. more refreshing will be the sleep. Unsanitary bedding .
!'. And welcome'you with open arms is frequently an unsuspected source of contamination. have no equal. Atria)

BUT DON'T FORGET THE SOCK Miss Alice McLellan has, gone to The Excelsior,Flinch meets Weaves- eliminating will convince the
Freeport to accept a position with Mr. day with Mrs D. Hale Wilson. con
The hosts and hostesses of the even J. J. McCaskell. i sleep. It is as pure as the incoming ozone from the sea. o noisseur that we
were, Mrs. Wilson, and her class of[ --+- Mrs. A. B. MacDavid president. and It is soft and yielding, but will never, pack and become .
FRESH boys Charlie Bryars, Roy Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James Knox Engeldine Mrs. J. C. Pebley vice-president of i hard and bumpy. In one piece $15.00; two pieces 1150. sZ make no extravagant
Walter Mayo, Guy Williams Ivan]; have many friends in Pensacola who Pensacola Chapter returned last night claims.
Boyet Jean Wilson. Willis Fulghum will be Interested to learn that they from the Florida U. D. C. convention. .
James Fulghum, John Pace, DaWitt t passed through Flomaton Thursday i
Pace Henry Bass, Marion Gray, Sid night en route to New York whence Mr. M. J. Selkirk, who is monarchof
i.ey Dahris. Frank Wilson; and, they will sail for. Switzerland. Mv. all he surveys on a little West India MA I! Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
:}{rs. Rice and her class of girls- Engeldine's health has so greatly im- gem leaves to-day for Canada after T ,
BOILED Miss Mamie D. Bryars, Miss Myrtlce a'brW stay in the city. Mr. Sel i
Pace. Miss'lola Lee Johnson Mis kirk says he is not a descendant of the i.i
108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
Luper Thomas, Miss Hattie Whitson, To.Remove. Freckles $ PimplesNadinola famous Selkirk;and no relation to ,

ana'Miss Miss Mabel Elsie Lcftjn Williams.was doorkeeper to Ten Days, Vse Friday.: ..N.NINNINN0/1- .11111.1.01/1N01111.INI/IIINI and all kinds of Feed

and each arrival 'dropped his or her 'Jlrs.Willis Roberts, who has been Stuffs.Pinto .
HAM well 'filled minat -chausette into a Anew discovery, sold spending a few days in Mobile, left
large one which) she held, for admis __ under".a and positive ingney guarantee refunded -- yesterday over the Louisville and
s 1n every case Nashville for Louisville, where she
sion.Therewag'a nice crowd and all en where freckles it, falls pimples to,remove liver will visit Mr. and Mrs. Rldgely Cayce WaterWholesale
joyed the delicious ice cream and mss;, spots, ann-taa, sallow- before going to Fort Wayne, 'Ind.. to AGREAT RAZOR SALETHIS :
. Ready to be sliced for your cakes in abundance which had been] tionsblackheadsandan ness,' collar discolora spend the summer with her daughter,

table. donated ana were served. to refresh ,., "F. em pilous of the skin,no ,'Mrs. Lee J. Ninde.-Mobile Register. s MAIL
p matter of how longstanding. '
the. guests. ;:; CUres ordinary and Retail.
WEEK ORDERS
When all the socks have been returned ''v cases in 10 days,and the Mr. and Mrs. Supervielle and daughter -
30 cents a pound their sum will aggregate about these defects. are removed worst the in 20 skin dare will After be Miss :Marie Josefa, are still in New ONLY r FILLED
I $35 net which goes to fix up the Sun clear, soft healthy and beantlfnl. No possible Orleans, but will go north in Junu.
nay'school room, a really notable sum harm leading can result drag stores from . to clear j Just, now when there are so NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY.. Paris. Teas to learn that Mrs. Supervielle is
many call, and both the teachers and still Improving. .
$L50 AND $3.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c.
their classes are to be congratulated' Jas.
DELATOURGINGER upon their achievement. -- Mrs. C. W. Hagerman is expected Full Hollow Ground Set Ready For Use.% McHugh ,
-+ Tuesday from New York. 1,000 Fine Imported Travelers Sample Razors will be' placed on 105. Proprietor
MR. AND MRS. LISCHKOFF'S sale at S7c each. These razors are from one of the leading importers Phone -
RECEPTION FOR SON. I Miss Patti Holden, Miss Alberta of razors in the United States They are all high-grade samples.
Mr. and Mrs.,A. Lischkoff held a The Smoothest and Hyer, Miss Cora: Louise Sitfpson and We secured the entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The assortment SAFES 1 SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES !
ALE large reception Saturday afternoon i in Ada Hilton Green are spendingthe comprises all the well known makes, including the Wade; & Butcher .
celebration of Leon N. their second week end with' Mrs. W. K. Hyer, Jr., ," "Brandt," "Rogers Wostenholm" Pipe Razor "X-L-N-T," and 50 Buy Diebold Safes.
son's Bar-mitzvah and thirteenth birth at her summer home on the bayshore.Mrs. popular 'brands of all the famous makers. In fact we have !been selling Scarritt Moreno Agent
k Best Ice Cream ,
day. ,"' the same identical razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00 each. Every
Equal to the imported I The table was 'b'eautlful in white Beveredge Monroe is here from razor is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor sold
and green and Mrs. AGreenhut. Mrs. Savannah' visiting her parents Mr. and that does not gave; perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Special attention -II
article D. Dannhdsser; and :Mrs. EdwardForschelmer and Sodas Mrs. W. L. BelL will be given to mail orders and razors carefully selected.
assisted in,receiving and BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take advantage of this [I
WE
serving. ." Olrs. E. F. Bruce returned yesterday great sale as these are certainly; high.grade good INVITE
$1.25 dozen from .New Orleans, where she went
per that ever tempted the,
WE WILL ALSO I
PLACE
ON SALE
JUNIOR COUNCILS palate of lovers f frozen' about ten days ago to attend the funeral YOU
LITERARY.MUSICALEFOL.1JOW.e1 delacies. are herejuStwhat of her.sisted. 1,000 of the Famous "randt Self Honing Razor Strop. These
: ? BY DANCE. you'want,,and when strops are sold and advertised everywhere at $2.00. Our price I ,
C--, The literary-musicale given Thursday you want them. Cream Blue R:bbon yanilla and Lemon. 97c each. t II I To become one of our plr e'
,night in the Progress Club rooms packed in.any. 4uantity Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far. The Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop is the best on the customers. We are prepa. : 'to<
by the.Junior Council' was a delight. and sent to your home market today. The only razor strop In the world that hones please the most critical i p. e
,Jul affair.. For Railroad Commissioner. and strops your razor at the same time and enables you to obtain I The way we please eve..'>f 1 IIi
'A piano solo ,by Miss Katie Cash- Vote for Two: an edge which only an experienced barber can give. The i to give the most careful ';.r)'
Sol! Cahn & CO. tr.an,' "The Angels Serenade" sung by i COFFEE. Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put',a keener edge on a razor I tion to every laundryt.! f t. il.'!
i Miss Fannie Berlin, a violin solo by Hot Biscuits and Rolls R. Hudson Burrand with fewer strokes than. any other razor ;trop. Your razor I Your linens will be car'I' v
Miss Regina Heinberg and an original every handled and returned '0 -B
will show'and face
morning atS: o'clock. your will feel the difference at once. Guar.
t The Pure Food Store, stituted talk by .the Miss program.Reina Dannheisser con- t N. A. BUtch anteed never to become hard or glossy, I clean and fresh.

Miss Berlin sang "The Angela Sere .-" .
So.th!!.Mt Corner Palifox and IniindencliPhones nade" 'accompanied by Miss Teresa For Railroad Commissioner.Vote OnarmacCornerPalafox 0 i The Star Steam

Jacoby on', the piano with violin Kandy Kitchen Cafe. for Two: 0i i
Romana Sts.
and
obligato by Miss Heinberg ana'( many Laundry.
a78eo persons pronounce it themost beautiful 04 S R. Hudson Burrand Birthplace of Prompt Delivery .
Palafox Phone 999
rendition of 'that ever beautiful 37 Eaardtn tit PhenPenMcoIa 11"
s composition,.they have ever heard. Phone 1100 PENSACOLA FLA. Fla..J .

Miss; Regina, Heiaberg, 'cow1 of Biri N i A, Blitch. ,-.. '- ", .- -,. -,-, c "_ ._ ,,_. '.. ..... . ,_ ._ c


.

.,.
e

t _.p_ s; -**- i F. .... ... ""' '' ,. .
;!t"'f'i,;:""'J .- ,- __ -- <
-1'! .
< --'" ; _. _
.
..
.p _' .. .
__ .. _T, -,'-, "_"'. "'< .J" :


.J_...-...: _._ .F.'. ','','::: ;.-. .,:'" ."'<....' ;'. ,... .;:'.: .::: ,_-.:' ..:......--: ,. ,.. ; ,-'t'iM._ _..".... ._. .,,.1!_}.t't.. -: 'J. -.w-, '\ .._.-...,.:, .,._",,.' "' ::'c',,'\-!',' ,,".." "' .'.. '".'.."":-.V. .'' _.'Q.' <_ .WI'.. > 4'i' ,- .' c -,-::'-. = : :--', :- ." .,1 ._:-' _. < '."" ":'.: .. -< :" .. -<'. ..





t .

THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY: ",13 1U"- PAGE THIRTEEN+ 1 4' ;

=-- .
::---. ,' ' '.'.' -,. ', '

,-, ,:f _:.:'- -- ., -. '-,. :: :_ '.. :, ,','- -' ., -- .' ..., --. -- ..' -. ..:-'. ',. .. .' --- .. ,: !Hi t -




EXTRA I SPECIAL SELL1N6 ,'1r! ', < : ,



: "
S v. .r ', .
,I ;



MONDAY AND TUESDAY ,., ''.:,'


1 .- .

'
t

.- .
', i<- t 1 '
.. .
I. '1 ',

__ I '
: : : A"'T '
::T- J ,


f I,

f!; j "





I LOUIS FRIEDMAN & COS .,:'.' ,'r 1.!1:,j ;.:' '" '. ,





EIi.I- ii j



3,000 Yards.. ,. 100 Ladies' Shirt Waists 100 Ladies' Shirt Waists :. .

.
Antrim i Lawns in stripes, dots, and figures, regular 5c ail nicely trimmed and tucked, regular 75e values, your Long and Short Sleeves trimmed with embroidery, our regular .

values, as many yards as.you wish. 10 yards for 35C. choice of the lot, only 49C. $1.50 and $1.75 values, your chocie of the lot only.$1.19 -



Extra large 15c Towels,,only--------------------____lOc 8 l'3c Figured Lawns, only,.---_______________Sc a yard Ladies' Handkerchiefs, only__________________________3c


15e Madras, only_____________________________ 12 1-2c $1.25 Bead Spreads, only __________________________98c Ladies' and Children's Jap Fans, at.__ 5, 10, 15 and 25G i i '


Ladies' lOc Vest, 3 for_____________________________25c 81x90 Linen Finished Sheets___j________________..SOc 36 inch Irish Linens, only___________________35c a yard [ ,
.

lOc Towels, 2 for________________.---_-------------15G Extra Large Colored Border. ,.Linen Towels, only ______2SC Door Panels, at___________50, 75, $1.00 and 1.50 :

.
25c Madras, only_____________________ ____20c a yard Ladies' and :Misses Corset Girdles, only_____________25G Baby Skirts, at ___________50. 75, $1.00 and 1.5O :, '


10e Zephyr Ginghams____________________ _, --- 6 1-2c Ladies' Umbrellas, only --:------ .__________,_______46C Bady Dresses..__________SO, 75, 1.00 and $1.50 .::


30 and 35c Madras, only________ ___.;____________ 25c White Washable Belts, at-------------...10, 15 and 25C 45x36 Pillow Cases only... ___________________10G each


:. lOc a yard Checked Nainsook, for___.__ -L.____________45c Gold Belts, at _______________________25, 35 and SOc Ladies' Embroideried Handkerchiefs, special __________ 10 C


5c Larchon Laces, only____________-:____ -----3c a yard Mercerized Table Napkins_ ___..:__________$1.35 a dozen Gold and Silver Belting, at _________________50o a yard '.


15c Colored Dotted Swisses, only_______________ 12 1-2c Baby Caps, at___________________25, 35, 45 and 60c Turn .Over Collars, aL5,0, 15, 20 and 25c


15 and 20cPlatt Val Laces, only_________:..__________IOC Bleached Table Damask, only ______________________230 $2,00 ,and $2,25 Ladies' Waists, only_____________$1.69


30 and 35c: Corset Cover Edging. .-_-__.:__.-----------2Sc Dresser and Side Board Scarfs. ____________25c to $1.00 Ladies' 15c Colored Vest, only ______________________ IOC


lOc Figured Lawns, only___ __ 7 1-2G Mercerized Table Damask ., 48c 45 inch Linen Pillow Casing, only____________65c a yard :
':'--------------- ------------------------

Yard Wide Indian Head, onlyT_____________________lOc Satine Petticoats$1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Ladies' White Brillianteen Skirts, at$4.00and $6.00 ,' ,



SA.1.E C01VJMENCES: 8:30 A.. lVL. l ,
-
i

," L_ ... ... ... _.. ,_ .. .. .. L ,,' t
.
- -- "
;_, .. __.__ -' c .,Jji,:0-:, ::: .. /J.iF $+;;.':;1-..:.'...:... '" ... ( ,.. ---..... .ib.;... .. ;.w.. --.j.__.:)Y _'oil'._ .' ';. _'" __ ._, ...' .....'j' ,-. __";_ ,_. .;. ___,_.___;.._::_.. ._.. _. .____ .. ___ __ __.____'._ .' ..L ;" '._ "" "_' i'.._'.." 1 1 lt .
--- .. ....,,. ,
-
...,., .. "f

:ri-H HH & H 3* *f;?:* Mfc; *i'HS!: ;? munities that would be great, the seven miles from the open sea; because GET YOUR
I l watchword,of all communities. \ that BENEFIT CONCERTUNDER -
'
I Jones's Report I&fWWH would be p-to-date, therefore deem Pensacola has the most extensive
tq
Sec'y. it not at all out of place that' 'I'repeat THE AUSPICES OF and best equipped system of dockson '
my recommendation of a year ago, the Gulf of Mexico; because-
I that the Chamber! of commerce under- I Pensacola No 497 Pensacola the nearest sea porton
1I
I Chamber of Commerce Lodge
ELECTRIC FANS
'take a vigorous; systematic campaignof the Gulf of Mexico to the Caribbean I

:f ..... .. .., ... advertising Pensacoja's unlimited entrance to the great Isthmian
.."' .:>>.3..,) >.3).3). .1>>>.1>'>"' ," ':Jl ;I".3.J.V:.J.3.J.3) 'to. the B P :a. Elks
.. 14,r-A*'if fL *f\<: .11- tI. : :' :' :iCfC< fact that Pensacola is progressive, of Pensacola is the commercial metropolis
The Secretary's Able Report. I following splendid recommendation as exploiting to.the world that Pensacolais AT THE LIBRARY HALL of West Florida.Pensacola's H
The annual report of the Pemacola,.. to advancing the interests of Pensa- a community that is up-todater"Five TUESDAY MAY 22d export commerce for
ria., Chamber of Commerce has been cola. Tae ideas advanced by llr. thousand dollars at least; the calendar year 1905 was valued at NOW
issued by W C. Jonas, secretary,. Jones apply with equal .force to every should 'be spent during the present FOR THE BENEFIT:: OFr4e $9,170,000.
concerning the year 1905. Frank L. progressive city in the country. He year to advertise the one fact that'' Pearl ,Pensacoa! is the leading pitch pine
:Vayes is president of the orgamza- says: "Pensacola has undertaken the expenditure Eag'anyear 1 1ADMISSION Home. timber and lum'ber' market of the 'We have a large supply for sale or rent.
features "Liberal, but judicious! advertising
non. Among the attractive of three-quarters) of a million SOc. world.
01 Pensacola special stress is laid on is the only; specific for the relief of'of dollars: for sewerage, streets and !Pensacola's exports of timber and
shipping, its fish and lumber. this condition-the limited knowl- other public improvements f! I lumber, for the calendar year 1905, I They are the finest things in the world
1 usiness, the U. S. navy yard, Fort edge on the outside, of Pensacola'snumerous "Five thousand dollars thus spent, to be devoted exclusively, under measured 280,000,000 feet, valued at
Ilckens, Barrancas, McRae: the lighthouse attractions' as a place of would be returned, compounded many 'the direction of your board of direc- J4.380.19. .
; the U. S. lifesaving station, residence and its many advantages as; fold.! It idle, however third We .
I were to contemplate tors, to telling to the world the whole Pensacola is the greatest na- to keep off the stegomyia. can
he railroad terminals, marine ways a location for the remunerative employment i that such a sum could be story of Pensaoola's greatest pros- val stores (rosin and sprits: of tur-.
cad fishing and hunting resorts.-Tne of capital.. !I raised .for that specific purpose, but perity and prospective greatness, pentine) market in the world. This'
tradesman, Chattanooga Tenn. ""Publicity the demand of this progressive it is and old one.
by no means unreasonable to when her resources have been developed. industry alone contributes $5,000,000 clean repair your ,
age; publicity advertis.ng: suggest that the commercial, indus ." 'Atlanta News. annually to the commerce of Pensa i
Publicity Helps Cities.In is the motive power that moves the trial, banking and real estate inter- .1"
his annual report to the Pensa- world of commerce; public'ty-advertising ests of Pensacola could well affordto Secretary Jones's Suggestions. cola.Pensacola is the leading fresh fish ,

i-ola Chamber of Commerce, W. C. is the advance'' agent of appropriate' to IhU organization six ''In his report, for the last year, now market south of Baltimore. The greatest Eo W PEAKE',
,'ones, the efficient secretary of that 'progress, and progress is the mother thousand dollars, or say, t five< 'hundred being circulated in attractive pam- red snapper fish market in the 0 ,'
progressive organization, submits: the prosperity, the !slogan of all com do:lars per month, during the current phlet form, Mr. W. C. Jones, secretary world.

of the Chamber of Commerce of Pensacola is the spring rendezvousof '
-- i-ns.steola: the Atlantic feet! of the United '
; : Fla, shows that during EXPEXT ELECTRICIAN.
the year the value of exports was States navy, and is the scene, every I I
o frs $16,258,732, a gain over the preceding year, of the spring maneuvers and I
y ear of $1.265,075; the value of imports target practice of this fleet composedof Pensacola Florida.
c $&67o-18 the value of resin and six squadrons of battleships ,
a spirits of turpentin handled $5,000 cru'sers, monitors, gunlboats and torpedo
000 the value of jobbing interest $4, boats. Phone 345 or 955. New Star Laundry Building
600,000, and the transfers of real estate The Pensacola Chamber of Commerce '
l
1790. The assessed value of real at its 'atest Annual meeting: _
and personal property in the city, elected the. following officers and d'-
which has 27,000 population is $11- rectors: !
4d ( K 646,997. Secretary Jones suggests Frank L. Mayes, president; T. A. THE TRAVELLING MAN'S FRIEND.
that brewery, a cracker/ and cake Jennings' first' vice president; C. F.I A combination set of one Gillette Safety Razor and 12
o factory, a candy factory, a broom fac- Zeek, second vice president; C. C.; 2-edged blades, two silver tubes with brush and soap all
301 tory, an overall factory, a soap fac- Goodman treasurer; W. C. Jones, sec-! in a velvet lined ->ea: leather case is indeed the traveling
1DOnT tory, a baking: powder factory and cigar: of directors Frank "
r ti Jretary. ,Board : man's fread.: Price complete $7.50; Razor with 12 blades
factories: would pay at Pensacola.fanufacturers .- L. Mayes, T.: A. Jennings, C. C. Good:
\ Record Baltimore: stare man, C. F. Zeek, Knowles Hyer, W.! J500

:rli!. e a I C. Jones, Harry Kahn. !! COE.'S Booksto1.e.

213 <5ou !i Pa/afot: ":rut. PannclI'
nE SCOOPED ,fi iwi :some: Facts Aticai reujacola. I! Given up! to Die. I shone 335
no1..CQ 4 c cu saird o duce Tie:: News is in receipt of the an- B Spiegel 120 N. Virginia: St., SHS9BBBSX HBSE

;ual report of the secretary of the Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over'j -- -
-- -- -
Even an than the combined sales all What is the of amber of Commerce of Pensacola, five years I was troubled with kidney! I -
expert cannot distinguish by of other pack- use paying 29.to 35 !a. The report was recent'y sub- affections which caused!
its appearance roasted Java from Bra- aged coffee in the United States. Wherever cents a pound for coffee that may not.be and bladder t.
zilian Coffee. .itted to the Chamber of Commerca much pain and worry. I lost fles'aand L. C. SMITH &. BROS. (
Then know
how can you be the full advantage as good as Arbuckles' Ariosa!, me
you may get
you W. C. Jones, r
.ty Mr. the efficient s>ectetary was all'run down, and a year ago .
that you get your money's worth when of our enormous facilities. By the Address our nearest office Box Dept. ,of that body. It is an Interesting had to abandon work entirely. I had Visible Typewriter. :'
you buy loose grocery-store coffee on original "mother's process patented by document and I
points out the resources of the best physicians who did I
l looks- and the price mark? You don't this firm the pores of the coffee bean are ARBUCKLE BROTHERS, business: and commercial importance three me no:good and I was practically given f LaTeif 1 best standard machine on Cu market. Circulars .'

know, and the grocer does not know, hermetically of fresh sealed, after and roasting which, witha n Water Street ;J"ew York City. of the thriving: city on the up to die Foley's Kidney Cure and diicnption mailed upon application.. Write t to-day.
,
for coating eggs sugar 100 Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. gulf. the points the first bottle /
"cup" quality is not visible to the intact the delicious flavor and :Among made in favorof was recommended and A7r Fla.
Pensacola
eye, and he cannot show it to you. Re- aroma preserves due to our skilled blending and Liberty Avenue and Wood Street Pittsburgh' ,Pj.' Pensacola by Mr. Jones in his re- gave me great relief, and after taking! S. !Brown, ,
421 Sooth Seventh Street, St Loafs, H ;" 'port are tie following: bottle I was entirely cur I '
second
be the
fuse roasting-not to compared with crude,
looscoop coffee! You may be sure Pensacola is the only water W. A. D'Alemberte.For --. -----J
deep For sale by f l--- -- -- "- ---
that all primitive methods on a smaller scale. ed. 1
the coffee deteriorates when exposedto We drink Arbuckles'.Ariosa ourselves' :I seaport oa the'Gulf of 'Mexico. _, .. _..........='".. --er'P I ....,.<.........L?! 'l'f'Oi.n'i_" '-iJlNS .
air, and is easily contaminated by every day with the best coffee of the Pensacola: is a wide-awake, progressive r
dust and impurities. world to choose fronj. irif hustling, prosperous c'ty of 27,- Railroad Commissioner
You will find it to your advantage to If your grocer refuses to sell you 000 inha.bitants-the coming great city, Vote for Two: Buy Shingles :
buy from us direct if your grocer-refusesto Arbuckles'Ariqsa Coffee send us expressor YOUR GROCER of the southern sea coast. I .
supply Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee. postal mone -orde for $r.So and we DEFUSES TO SELL Pensacola bay is expansive to afford R. Hudson Burrand
For your protection, to positively insure will send JO lbs.of'Ariosa in wood box, anchorage for a'l the commercial I For New Roof
transportation paid to your freight station ARBUCKLESIARIOSA navies of the world. _. -..-. ..-. ..
coffee you value fullweight for purity and, Arbuckles'Ariosa the best The price of coffee fluctuateswecannot Pensacola will be the most convenient N. A BHtch, I no better time than now to have that leaky roof renewed -
, Coffee is your sold in money sealed guarantee the price for any period. COFFEE! and the, most logical gateway We can furnish shingles at $1.75 a thousand for No.
one pound
I We will ship .in the original packageswith arouse which the products of haveyour .
packages only. As the largest coffee WE the 3-$223; .for NV. 2 and J3.25 for No. 1. Let us '
signature of Arbuckle Bros. 10 Ibs. fields and factories: of the country will t Foe Justice of" Supreme Court. order today. Remember we furnish ever>thing for -
dealers in the world, with a business exceeding -which entitle you to
-10 signatures
l WILLSENDYOUj to the Vcte for Two: Some bund rig.Saunders. !
any four other coffee dealers, presents. New bookmth.- colored pictures be exported markets of theEast -

we can and do give better coffee than of 97 presents free. You can writs I 10' when the Panama canal is, completed Charles B. Parkhilland Mill Company,
can be for the book and see the pictures because- "
bought elsewhere for -anything first RED ; Stree
like the same price-in proof of which of the useful and beautiful presents 11 I Pensacola situated upon the safest Phone 717 21 East Cardell _

the sales of Ariosa for 37 years are greater-" before you order the"coffee. harbor on the ,Gulf of Mexico: but l VfaitfieW.;.





"'. : ..... .,..'. '
; .
.. .. ,. : :
..
.iM'. ,.-:::Si.-j."II: 'f.f"> -" *t 'T f- tet .: ",10 f] -" ;'''\ t-- '. cZ' -$ '! '< .,...."."""" .-,-7. J i...,..'-+"'i"' -.;0.'I..- -}-, -. -' i---.;; '-,...--
I



;' ;;}"s 4:::; +r'- fwa, .u .cb; 9 '*t .. _


Co


Sk
t

PAGE FOURTEEN THE PENSACOLA;" JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 13 1906

-
-
;





MONEY SA VED IS MONEY MADE !







' I BE AT', THE RUG SALE MONDAYl



-

,., :tf -


One Tapestry Art Square, 9x12 feet, a' $25 value for $15.00 \ ., Moquet Rugs, :27x60 inches, $3.50 values for $2.39



Moquet Rugs 3x6 feet) $5 values: for ,: 3.98 ::1''( 'Moquet Rugs, 18x36 inches, $1.25 values for 98cf


,
"
'" \- t50/ '
: ;

25 White Lingerie:Parasols, just received, each .. $2.25 I : I pieces ,40-inch White Lawn, per yard, r, 10 cents



French Caps, Infants' and Children's, all new shapes, $J to $5.00 One case;Ladies' Gauze Vests, extra sizes, special for 25 cents


..
"


MEN'S WEAR. .. .. ,1! .; SHIRTS. SHIRTS !

(H, '! '

White Duck Coats, at $1.25. : Our lines comprise the very best makes manufactured in this


White and Fancy Vests, elegant patterns, $1-75 to $3.00. country at popular prices, 50c, 75c, $J,00 and 150.



Underwear Underwear We are specialists in this line and have H HANDKERCHIEFS. Hosiery end Neckwear Our strong point is the elegant assortment

Linens and Fine of these goods in the newest and nobbiest effects[ together with the staple styles
the most complete stock to be found in West Florida. Remember we sell the cool Dainty
,' Cambrics, sheer and soft, and always to be found in our store. Half Hose, 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 50, 75c and $1,00,

kind, the kind that don't stick, from 50c to $2 the suit. at prices that will suit you, Neckwear, 25, 50, 75c and $1.00.


o.



WATSON, PARKER & REESE: CO. ,




Successors to Green Watson.

.
,,-----..gR _
,
- .. =-<< --- .. ..
-

-- -- .1 the.gaiety trict and give of thecampalgn Mr. Lamar a in very that lively dis- Political No.3, subject to the action of =tIle
AnnouncementsRATES.

GRAND R N CHAR R GE[ FLORIDA POLITICS Live interest Oak in Democrat.the state of his fences.- _.. Democratic primary A. C.of BLOUNT May 15,, JR.

.-l( --- ----------
","" ,( for the office of Justice of the Peace I
AND POLITICIANS Carrying Out Pledges. hereby announce
The rates for political announcements for the Second District of Escambia'' my candidacy
We believe Gov:Broward's worst for County Commissioner
BY HIM r [ i enemy will say they 'believe him tote not exceeding 8 ]lines, to run (County, subject to the Democratic trict No. 3. subject to the from action D\\*
: conscientious in his efforts to car- till the primary of' :May 15, are as follows -., Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. the Democratic Primary of May 15 of
I i iPO.uITICS out ho : R. L, NICHELSEN.I .
ry the pledges made< the people; W. A.
SHELBY
, The ... .. I I
.
Dally Journal .,.. J10.00
curing the campai: DeFunlak Herd. -
AND 'POLTTTOIANS .. .. will be forced to pair ;
you employ a
I The Weekly Journal. .. .. ...... coo
.
hereby
! ai :,1 I anounce myself a candidate -
Took the Hide Off l lof ice-tongs to handle them. '
'* Thess rates are strictly cash in advance for the office of Justice of the For County Commissioner Dist No. 4,
ARMY Hon. R. Hudson Burr, candidate for But may the Lord have mercy on '
Boquet for Blitch. and no announcement will be ]Peace for District No. 2, subject to
railroad commissioner, says that he your poor fool soul whenever you lt inserted thereby announce myself a cand-
The Journal most heartily com- or run under any other. con-, the action of the Democratic Primary date for re-election
has unmasked a grafter and he exposes them realize that you are their friend. ditions. : as county commissioner >:
him to the public without mercy. 'W. 'From then cometh the time .when! mends the candidacy of Hon. NewtonA. May 15th. from District No. 4, sun-;
- (Continued from Page Nine) A. Bryan, of Chipley, member of the you are mighty apt to be traded off. ''Blitch for railroad commissioner.: For the State Senate. J. D. GOSS. ject to the action of the Democratic
lest Legislature from Washington for the purpose of gaining a friend' We know him to beja: man of the people Primary of May 15.

John Henry Mims, Brewton, Ala., county and candidate for re-election, from the ranks of an enemy. honest and always fair to everybody II John S. Beard, a candidate for the r I am a candidate for ;Justice of the J. A. WIGGINS.
;NO. 8, Coupling. being of a thrifty turn of mind, put I 'Now, we have only said that this ; just such a man oils is requiredto nomination to the State Senate in the :Peace in the Democratic primary to
:Manuel Gomez, city "No. 8, Bow:' himself: In communication with Mr. 1-ind of politics was MODERN. There! ] rightly fill such ajjlace. We believe I,;Democratic primary: called to be held be held May 15th, 1906, District No. I hereby announce
Mary Morehenkelcity "No. 8, Bow" Burr and informed him that for the is nothing GOOD about It; and Eooner that the voter jHM&ft places across I May loth, together with other speakers 2. Escambia County; Florida. Any did ate for commissioner myself as a ran-

Clyde and Belle Murphy "Strangle .thrifling stipendiary emolument of or later, the politician who practices I';! mark before the; names of Appleyard will address the people of Es- assistance will be apreciated from, District No.county 4, subject to the action from. f
tree". $100 to \him paid he would take chargeof such tactics is sure to come to grief.-! and Blitch 'R ten voting for cambia county upon the political is the Democratic voters. the Democratic Primary ;
Correct answers-nicely written, Mr. Burr's candidacy in Washington,i I Jacksonville Floridian. railroad 'commissioner-Jrill not makea sues of the flay at the following. .. GEO. J. SLOCUMB. H. C. CLOPTON.May 15
sealed in a large cream envelope and county, and in order to impress Mr, mistake.. River Journal. times and places: '
addressed in blue ink to "Puzzles, 'Burr that it was a good thing and he Commends N. A. Blitch. -* i-: MUlview Thursday night, May 3.rlcI1avid. II Fr Tax Collector.
Pen acola, Journal are signed I is Brown After?/r The friends: of W. P. Browns
had better hurry up, on the idea ol Senator N. A. Butch of'.Montbrook.P Friday night, May 4. I hereoy announce myself a candidate
"Charles City, City." first come, first served, he said in his Hon. Jefferson B. Browne having d- Nix's Precinct for reelection to the office ot hereby announce him as a Candida">
resent: State inspector of convicts, is Tuesday night, May J
Laskey Bray, "No. 8, Bolster" sent letter, "write me at once as others are a candidate for Railroad Commission- clined to stand for fe5 ction to the Tax Collector for Eacambia county for the office of County Comm sl'

In an"envelops addressed "Miss Lula wanting the help! you are asking for."!er. There is nt better man in Florida Railroad Commission! political prop- 8th.Beuiah, Thursday night, May 10. I' at the primary tp be held on May 15 er from of District No. 4, subject to faction '
Bray: Mr. Burr "took the hide off in his for this position that Senator Blitch 1-ets are suspecting hin! ;of a desire to Pensacola (Seville Square Friday 1906. I solicit your wte.Respectfully. the Democratic Primary of!
: 15th 1906.
Miss Katie Sue Taylor, Hammac, be Governor. Mr. Browne is a lawyer May
reply to this, denouncing Rev. Bryanas ,
night,
We heartily commend him to the May 11.
Ala sends a pretty little! note with her >f nd a good one and perhaps he only
a grafter who deserved J. S. ROBERTS.At .
exposure Pine
she I voters of De Soto county and bespeak Barren, Saturday night. May
correctly addressed answers, and contemplates an 'effort1'to provide
and gave the whole correspondenceto for him the votes of the county as! one a 12. For County Commissioner, Dist No '>,
must "keep on keeping on. The Pensacola Journal for publics of competence for. his family*--St. Augustine -
the commissioners.-DeSota Co.
tion. Bro. Bryan now has tha floor,, Record. the solicitation of friends, I hereby I hereby announce my candidacy furreelection
News. For the .
F.&A. M. Legislature.I announce myself a candidate for to the office of county commissioner :
and it is up to him to show that the .
A regular communicationof Scripture which tells us the laboreris For Justice of Supreme Court the office of Tax Collector subject to from District No. B, subje< t
Pensacola Lodge No. 42, worthy of his hire fits the case and Always Two Sides. Vote for Two: am a candidate for member of the the j action of the Democratic Primary to the action of the Democratic Primary
g F, & A. :M., will be> held saves his bacon Live Oak Democrat There are always two sia'esof a T. L. Clarkeand lower house in the state legislature ]May 15. 1906.NEtLS of May 15.
Thursday night. All members question it is said, and the drainage )f from Escamtya county in the Democratic McKENZIE OERTING. J. R. STEWARD.
are requested to be Burr'vs. Bryan. the Everglades. Is not an exception, it 1 I primary of May 15, and will ap-' : .

present and visiting brethren invited. Railroad Commissioner Burr made a is a matter that should be carefully Charles B. Parkhill I predate the support of all Democrats. For County Treasurer.I Board Public Instruction.
considered and so far as possible understood CHAS. M. COSTON.I ,
By. order of ,savage; attack on Rev.:W. A. Bryan of
T. E. HARVEY: W. M. Washington, for the reason that Bryan before one makes up his ,For Railroad Commissioners.Vote will be a candidate In the democratic I hereby announce myself a candidate !
B. M.,' SOLOMON. Sec. wanted 'Burr to put up the necessary mind as to what Is proper .and best.DtFunia'k .- for Two: am a candidate for represent: primary of May 15 for re-nomi for member of the school boa-i i

funds to defray the expense of distributing Breeze. E. B. BAILEYand the In the lower house of the state !nation to the office of county treasurer. from District No. 3, subject to the a.-
NOTICEThere literature for the black ink cam legislature>> subject to the action of The support of all democrats will 1 tion of the Democratic primary -if
will be a regular I paigner. Bryan seems to have been Burr and Blitch.It the Democratic primary of May 15, be appreciated. May 15.
, meeting of Mt![reasonable in his demands, for it costs looks a little now like Hon. R. N. A. BLITCH and I will appreciate the support of J. ED. WILLIAMS. W. B. HUBBARDI
Horeb R. A. Chapter I no ilittle] to cover such a county, on Hudson Burr and Hon. N. A. BMtch I all democrats. ,
.. No. 6, on Monday, 14th, the other hand we hardly think it the will surely hold down the two "sits" on THE' GOLD MINE CAFE UPSTAIRS J. E. LONG. I hereby announce myself a candidate 1 will be a candidate for membe'-
at 8 p. m. proper thing or way to exploit ones. the railroad commission, and we do not CORNER BAYLEN AND!I for the office of County Treasurer ship In the Board of Public Instruction

W. E. ANDERSON own purity by besmirching the character believe either one win have to go into ZAiRRAGOSSA, OPEN '. ALL NIGHT.i|, I hereby announce myself as ; subject to the action of the Dem from District No. 1, in tile i p:.-
E second primary"either to.do it. So aocratic
of another.-DeFunlak Breeze. I Primary. mary election.
Secretary. I candidate for the lower house of the
I
far as w? can !earn, Leon will' l give MONDAY: WE THOS. F. WRIGHTON.
WILL- SELL BLUE Florida! legislature, subject to the a a'' WM. E. ANDERSON.
TRY BOSSOS CREAM. PHONE 132 6, The Modern Politician. both of them a handsome'vote, for we WASH SUITS' WORTH $3.50, AT; lion of the Democratic primary onJ i j' -

Modern political friendship simply -Live are hearing Oak Democrat.expressions,to that effect.| 275. I J i May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN. !I II : I hereby announce myself a candidate I will be a candidate for memmr-
For Justice of Supreme Ceurt means:-"Which one of these men .F. E. BRAWNER'S I for the office of County Treasur ship in the Board of Public Ina: 'r;. '

Vote for Two: I is In a"position' ;" do me the greatest Candidates of Department Store.I 30' ter!I I of Escambia county, subject to the tion from District No. 2, in the IJmaJ'1
T. L. Clarkeand injury? the People. I' hereby announce myself candidate -' action of the Democratic primary ol election.
Just keep these kind of politicians The real candidates of the oplewho TRY BOSSO'S CREAM., PHONE 132 6. i for representative in the lower May 15, and respectfully 'solicit the H. G. DeSILVAI
GUESSING' and you'll get along with can be depended upon to standby : house of the state legislature subject support of all voters.

Charles, Parkhill them all right: You will not have to their interests, now running for Bethlehen Baptist Church. I to the action of tae Democratic JOHN. G. WELSH will be a candidate for mew:!!.
epproach them with a step-ladder, norPUZZLE railroad commissioners, are R Hudson Services will be held today at the' primary: of May 15. I ---- ship in the Board of Public Instnu- i
Burr and Newton A. Blitch.Manatee M. 01| BAGGETT.
Record. newly organized Bethlehem. Baptist -, 1 ii / For County Tax Assessor.I from District No.3, in the primar.
church, North Hayne'street., as follows election.
To the Democratic Voters
of Escam- will be a candidate for re-nomina.
: Sabbath school 9:30 a. m.:. W. M. AGERTON
;
It's Our Turn Next. bin County: tion to the office of County Tax Assessor
ANSWER COUPON Isn't West 'Florida entitled. to fur I.preaching H. Richardson at 3:30 and 7:30: p. m. Rev. At the request of many friends In the Democratic Primary of May ---- -
nish the pastor from 'the country and from the 11 e- e
next governor? South, Middle city 15. I respectfully ask your support For '
and East Florida! have all been hon iFor Justice of : hereby announce my candidacy ior W W. RICHARDS:
Answers Must Be Written on This Coupon Eluk. No ore in their turn and now it shouldbe ] for Two Supreme Court'Vote Representative in the legislature at

Attention Will Be raid Those Not Written On It No our's next-Milton Index. : I the session 1907, subject to the actionof For..County. Commissioner. .Dist. No. 1. Railroad Comoiisw
Exception to this Rule. T. L. Clarkeand the Democratic primary, May 15th, -- -- _
Planning a Coup. 1906, and I earnestly solicit the support ; The friends of C. F. Zeek announce

My answers to the puzzles in The Journal today are as follows: Mark the prediction: That factionin of the Democracy of Escambia him as a candidate for county commissioner
Florida politics, commonly knownas Charles B. ParkhillFor county. from District No. 1, subject
the corporation crowd h"planning I favor liberal pensions for Confederate to the action of the Democratic primary S
Nt. 1 a coup of some sort. Whether they are Railroad Commissioners. soldiers and their widows. of May 15.

.'" Haying plans for two years' hence, or Vote for Two: Uniform school terms, giving the .
v-hether it Is to o+efeat-the "drainage" E. country public schools the same I hereby announce my candidacy
N2 amendment to the constitulon, or B. BAILEYand length term as the city schools. for County Commissioner from District .
.1 whether it Is something else wedo not A uniform school book law, and No. I, subject to the action: of
pretend to say, just now, but there i is N. A. BLITCH free books for the pupils of all public the primay of May 15th. t.
3No.
N. something doing, remember that- De' I schools.An J. B. ROBERT
Funiak Breeze. efficient law for the equalizationof !
JUST IN-.A BIG LINE OF THE For County
taxes. Commissioner Dist No. :2.I '
Jto.4- Warm.Month Politically, .i CELEBRATED BUCKSK4N Good roads specially. r'T.'J.APPLEYARD
j BREECHES. hereby announce
EVERY
This Is the warmest month PAIR GUAR my candidacy
politically Yours respectfully, for'
ANTEED. county commissioner w

5 :ii a Florida number and Dade years.county As ;the have primary seen F. E. BRAWNER'S I M. JACOBY. the tract No.2, subject to the from action Dis of I See that yon mark your ticket
primary of
grows nearer the situation grows ___ Department Store.* s| I am a candidate ror member of the JOHN May 15th.A. MERRITT. I like this
more acute and interesting and may! House of Representatives from Ego I
No. 6- TRY BOSSO'S CREAM. PHONE 1326.: For Railroad Commissioners:
assume a sensational finish. All candl-1 [ cambia county subject to the Demo I hereby : I
dates are confident of success and have] I cratic Primary. I earnestly solid: re-election announce my candidacy for Vote for two.
For Railroad to the office
supporters and workers working by the. Commissioner. the support of the voters of the coo n .of'county com'
No.7No.l missioner from T .
) APPLEYARD.
teore. The most interest here natur jI !Note' for Two: District No 2, subject )( .
ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN JR. to the action -
of
I the .
Democratic ,
ally is centered in the Legislative and p ri-
I I clerkship! contests, though there is no R. Hudson Burr For Justice Peace, District No. 2. mary. -

.t lact of enthusiasm in the race for the and W. J. ,SENNOTT.
ether offices to be filletf. It is goingto ... I hereby announce myself as a -
-- be a mighty hot time.-Miami Met N..A, Blitch. candidate for the office of Justice ol For County Commissioner Dist No. 3. J
the Peace, District No. 2
subject to
I :: I ropolis. i the action of the Democratic primary I- I hereby announce my candidacy foI i -

10- Refuses to Withdraw.: For Justice of Supreme Court May 15th, and would respectfully re-election to the office of county commissioner
Vote for Two: ask the support of the honor from District No. 3, subject For Justice of Supreme Court.
Judge Stephens in the Third Congressional
11 Name.Street. able vote of the good citizens of Pen to the action of the Democratic Primary i Vote for Two:
district refuses to withdraw Charles B. Parkhill sacola and Escambla county.. of May 15.
[ I from the race, has paid the fee ?' Very respectfully, J. M. ANDREWS. Charles B. Parfchi!!
No. to get his'name on the ticket and will 'and J. L. BELL.
give.Congressman Lamar for and
I a race
1 'his money. This vill contribute :to J..B. W lutfleld,' Thereby I hereby announce my candidacy '.
r A. announce my candidac for county commissioner, from District I, B. Whitfieid.l'l .


'w 1f ,


;( .
1

-K *,-=-*'- *"& : ___, _, .-
OE'C'd- -- -- .-< ,..:. 6'- ;;"" : :: .. .:,",......,;.,..""'



-
..
:.,-,;:',,,,:. :{ ,7{._ : o'r' -:," i .,-,- :, < 'j. ; .


.
,
.( < "
t
i
I
..
) :
f t
-- 1" I _
} <
'- THtE, PENSACOLA:: JOURNAL; -sUNOAYvtfr0NING MAY: *3 1908 J-t-
td-t
_ PAGE FIFTEEN ; ,;i'
.
... .

RoNacuAs. ....'- -Ii!. I
: ft. .
UNIONIABOR THE'DEMOCRATIC' I '% ;
BRIGHT'SDISEASE BALLOT T IT T .

ANNOUNCES HIS I 1896 Ten Years 1906




A Strong Declaration of Political PRINTING TENTHANNIVERSARY


IS THE BEST PRIITIK. THE

Many people who are neglecting Principles by Legislative JOB IS MORE ARTISTIC, THE PRIMARY f .
lymptoms of kidney trouble, STATIONERY IS BETTER, THE

hoping( "it will wear away," are Candidate.In WORK IS DONE BY FIRST-CLASS

'drifting! towards Bright's Disease, I I IS AND WELL-PAID WORKMEN.

;tiich is kidney trouble in one of tu"

its worst forms.fOLEY'S. his speech at Ferry Pass, Satur-, CAN PROVE IT'S How Names Will Appear on the
day May 5, Hon. Chas. M.: Coston _.
candidate for representative in th3 ( Ticket to Be Voted
on
Florida legislature, announced his
platform as follows: YOUR INTERESTIN
1. I am In favor of Organized May 15. SALE

Union Labor and the passage of all MANY WAYS TO PATRONIZE

laws necessary to protect the laborIng UNION OFFICES ONLY, WHEN In order that the Escambia county


KIDNEY ployer.2. man I am in his in relation favor to of his"GOODROADS" em- ADVERTISING OTHER CLASS OR OF. HAYING PRINTING ANY form electors the and various may arrangement become candidates familiar of as the they with namesof will the 20 PER CENT DISCOUNTSaturday .

an.6'! the passage of all laws DONE. DON'T FORGET THAT appear on the official ballot to be voted -
necessary to build same and to pro- in
the
primary to be held May 15th
tect them after they are built. The Journal has prepared an unofficial
) 3. I am in favor of extending the PROSPERITY ballot 12
which will be found below.In May and :
school term of the country schools so ,
signifying your choice for any;

CURE of that the it will city be schools equal; in and length of grantingto to that OUR'S ALSO, candidate a cross the mark voter must should be rememberthat made before Monday May 14 .

them all the other privileges now the candidate's .
name, or oa the
enjoyed by the city schools. left hand side. It the madeon :
AND GOOD PRINTING ADDS TO cross is
4. lam in favor of the "JIM
stops irregularities, strengthensthr CROW LAW and of white suprem THE RESPECTABILITY OF ANY the, right hand side the vote will We never let the Anniversary of the of I
urinary organs and builds up BUSINESS. not ccunt tor the o'ffice in which this: : opening our ;:

th- worn-out tissues of the kidneys acy.5. I am in- favor of a uniform system J. J. error is made. store slip by without giving our patrons a
so they will perform their of free school books in the public Any marks.'appeariD'g on the ballot .
; (other than the for Identifica. benefit.! It's the best
cross) way we
schools.
kid :[
functions Healthy
properly. OFFICES. tion or mutilation, will Invalidatesame
6. I am in favor of the Constitution -
strain out the know of to
r.i-ys impuritie and the of election
inspectors
of the Primary Election law in The Burrow., Printer/, East Govern.
from the blood as it will not count the ballot.
passes
the state. county, and city; BUT I streetMayes :
through them. Diseased kidneysdo AM IN FAVOR OF ITS BEING SO FRIENDS \ Printing Company, West The ballot as prepared is as follows: Fittingly Celebrate Our Birthday.
not, and the poisonous waste AMENDED SO AS PREVENT., IN street.' Unofficial Ballot.

matter is carried by circulation; THE FUTURE, ALL! FORMS" OF ; 'iH. S. Whjt' $; South Palafox street. : ..Democratic" .Primary Election held We now.Invite:.the patrons of this Shoe Store to join In
to every part,of the body, causing "POLITICAL GRAFTING.: The P n8aca Journal, West Gov May 15, 1906.' Make a cros (X) mark .
'. -
the 1 Oth
: celebrating Anniversary of business
dizziness, ba kach stomach 7. I anin 'favor of the nomination street:! before the 'name .of the candidate of our career by
and election of all officials of the in the benefits
your choice. participating of our Anniversary Sale. We
trouble, sluggish liver, irregularheart county and city by a direct vote of Oon't "split" the difference-ad. .
action, etc. the people. Jerry J. in unionnewspfpers and have Representative in Congress. want to show our appreciation of the liberal patronage extended '

If you have any signs of Kidney 8. I am in favor of the establishment Job work'' done by union offices. (Vote for one) to us by giving our friends some :
-'of "A BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ty in the .
cr Biddder trouble commence taking "scabs" patronize"scab""productsCadidatos -
OF TAXES FOR THE COUNTYOF l.resses WILLIAM B. LAMAR.:
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUREat ESCAQIBIA," so that the burdencf dences of JEFFERSON D. STEPHENS.For Extraordinary Shoe Values for their Money.
once, as it will cure a slight disorder taxes can be placed on all alike. ceived on UW/se"

in a few days and preventa It can be the value of the Union Justice of Supreme Court Everybody is invited to partake of our Anniversary :; .

fatal malady. It is pleasant to county of the are Label. (Vote for two) Bargain Sale.Here's : ,! .

take and benefits the whole system. PLATFORM OF and it is Pcnsacola)
How to Find Out. will rank THOMAS A. CLARKE what we are offering on this occasion. .$ .
; Union
Mr. Typographical CHARLES B. FARKHILL:
You can easily determine if your kidneys J. D. GOSS I character J. B. WH1TFIELD. S6.00 Stetson Shoes, Tenth Anniversary Price$4,80 ::1
are out of order by setting aside :
for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed i ambition law-making to: -- For Railroad Commissioner.. $5.50 Stetson Shoes, Tenth Anniversary Price__$4.40 ': .

upon arising. If upon examination i iis it ''Below is the platform and appeal well fitted (Vote for two) $5,CO Shoes and Oxfords Tenth Price ,
cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust of J..D. Goss candidate for Justice of friends are NW[ FRISCO TO T TE Anniversary S4.CO ,
sediment or small particles float about Peace for the Second District. '
ia it, your kidaevs are diseased, and The the frank'and honest in which he elected. THOaEAS J. APPLEYARD. $4X0 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price $3.20 ;

FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should betaken puts forth his cause way merits th5 consideration respect campaign E.R. HUESON B. BAILEY.BURR. $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords,Tenth Anniversary Price $2.80 Y

at once. of every voter. Mr. Goss N. A. BLJTCH. $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords,Tenth Anniversary Price $2.40 -j
G. B. Burhans Testifies Aftor has lived in this county many years ICE BE.E 'QUAKEHOOF .
Four Years. and there is yet one evil word to b. AND 50c For State (Senator. $2.50 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price $2.00 '<.<> '
G.8.Burkais of Carlisle Center.N.Y..writes: said of him or his actions: :
"About four years ago I wrote you stating thaI 1 beg to submit to you my candidacy '.BOSS01S (Vote for one) $2.00 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price $1.60 -L .
I bad been entirely cured of a severe kidney of the SUNDAY .
: of Justice
trouble by taking less than two bottles of Fo\ey'i for tha pps'tio'n $1,75 Shoes and Oxfords Tenth Price $1.40 : 'I
JOHN S. BEARD. Anniversary
Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick- Peace for the Secona! District of Es r f [ ;
dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney cambia county and to state plainly .
$1.50 Shoes and Oxfords Tenth :
disease disappeared. I am glaft to say that I. that without detracting from the can- : For County Representatives.Vote Anniversary Price SL20 : If : !
Lave never had a return ol any of those symptoms
durioir the four years that have eU...-M.nd didacy of any othereandidate for this' ( for two) St25 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price 51.00 '}: 1 t I.
I am evidently cured to stay cured. iu.u candidat .
office, that I am the only It M. 0. BACXJETT.CHAS.
one heartily suffering recommend from kidney Foley's or Kidney bladder: Cure trouble.to an"j who stands upon a fair' and square having M. COSTON.M. $1,00 Shoes and Oxfords, Tenth Anniversary Price..._ Oc ;:4: 4' .

,Two,Sizes, 50o_and 100. platform; the only man who has given either! for of Steel 'Frame F Buildings JACOBY. : I
out a platform,. and! I believe a plat tion Army, ; J. B. LONG. TRUNKS SUIT CASES, LADIES' AND MEN'S "r' .. ,
SOLD AND I RECOMMENDED DY form which Democrats of this county the local Te chesBesl Way4 to GEO T.MORGAN.; HOSIERY 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. i ,
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, will support with hearty zeal: know that JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. ". ,!
Platform. These prices will cause this sale to be heid in grateful remembrance by I, ;
Druggist and Apothecary, is either Re ii id d the'City, -
1. White supremacy and the purityof eon 't'I For County Treasurer. our patrons Remember everybody Is welcome to these bargains. I ,
white women. Very drastic cf ,. (Vote for one) .
residences Special toThejourna!. 12th and 14th 1906 '
Saturday May Monday May
.
person. ;New YorfcuiMay, 12.-Latest au JOHN G. WELSH.J. ,
Just Received : reports from San Francisco E. WILLIAMS. I
the opinion of. experts as to THOS. F. WRIGHTON. '
of tthe.modern steel struc .
How ability BOSTON SHOE STORE
a fine line a! in withstanding both fire and For Tax Collector.

A commission which has (Vote for one) .
Fishing Tackle, Casting out to inf: stigate.1ias found that Fashionable Foot Fitters f
without steel N. ?lId{. OERTING.J. .
st exception !thVt
Nets Shrimp Nets VT7 -" bu'.ldings\ were :still standing. : S. ROBERTS. 117 South Palafox. Street. N. G. FORCHEIMER, Proprietor. .
-
\\ff they had been attackel bv: For Tax Assessor.

Minnow Seines ,; J | ,'the dama'ge was mostly confined (Vote for one) C-----. ,__ r"'_' =.'ra"' =_ _"' "-" \""""""-=- .

*-* ,it the contents. W. W. RICHARDS.For .________ ___d'_____ ,
too The big offic& buildings which were '

Bait Pails.Large I passes through. reported have been entirely Members Board of Public Instruc- .
have been found compara tion. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY ;
stocks of the latest from it undamaged. The Chronicle,
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS (Vote for one in each district)
makes Gas ,
a i
Crocker. Mutual Life and
Large stock of
TENNIS GOODS, than the food Trust buildings': which were of District: No. 1. PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop No. 8 WEST ROVUNAST
tile and' steel construction are
The
COMPLETE LINE BASEBALL' usual WM. E. ANDERSON.
GOODS. age (called : ) little injured and will soon be District No. 2. MANY COMPi.AINY
GOLF CLUB, BALLS AND BAGS. dose of for occupancy again. It was H. G. DeSILVA. ;
that the earthquake had but
District No. 3.
BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. 1 t> .
effect them'and that the
upon
ROLLER KATES. W. M. AGERTON.W. .
This which subsequently swept B. HUBBARD- :
ANYTHING YOU WANT
IN
SPORTING OR ATHLETIC GOODS. for unloading them' 'merely wiped out fit. OF LOST APPETITES : [:i'':
Call on or write It does and furniture. The walls, floors For Supervisor r>f Registration.Vote } tf
trifle. It partitions: were left intact. ( for one) : ; '
2! The great conflagrations at Balti y'i

F. B. BRUCE and Another weakens d,the Rochester effectiveness and Toronto of the protect cmpa* -- W. M. J. SCOTT. When, in fact, they have been kidnapped .by the. r.l:.

j. D.' GOSS. ', "Physic.! steel and hollow tile structure in For' County Commissioner, Dist No. 1. grocer. j 'I' .
-
:......................... phate of ; fire. The disaster at (Vote for one) 'i..
Francisco has shown that it 13 :,'
measures for criminal assaults on the these mixed. effective! In resisting earth- J. B. ROBERTS.C. \ 'THE EAST HILL GROCERY CO. i ?
I i women cf our county. What does and it is the general belief F. ZE K. !
i F c. S, Mel Jen & Cot f to 2.all Equal justice and fair treatment It merely this, is the.type of construction For County Commissioner. No.2. :'-
of used in San
a waste will be rebuilding
3. An impartial enforcement of the (Vote for one) makes a specialty of restoring lost appetites to ,
: Handle Nothing : law, special favors to none, and a the Intestines ., :r
I I New building of this type are al-- their owners. There is nothing in this store that
strict accounting of the county JNO. A. MERRITT. .
i t But : records. Cascarets :: going of up.the Humboldt A fw days Bank ago met the WM. J. SENNOTT. is not good enough for company"-good enough

I THE VERY BEST Justice 4. Running of the Peace of the at county the least office p0531bie of the bowels. 'I]' decided to go ahead as fast as pos- ForCounty Commissioner 'Dist. No.3.Vote Jor your best guest and for you. For instance, .'. ,.'
They do # the new bank which will be
expense to the tax pay / on ( for one) think of Runkels' Cocoa and Chocolate, Runkel's
: the Bowels, on Market Street, near Fourta. :
\ OfEverything. and 5. Jeffersonian And last Democratic ideas.' No mugwump principles They do is to be a seventeen story structure, JAS. M, ANDREWS.A. Powdered Chocolate, Peters' Chocolate, Fresh .'"'
which will go $500,000 in steel C. BLODNT. JR. Lamb in .
i government.I ing them tile. Pineapples Tongues, jars, only 35c, honey :
hi'.low
have been for' many years associated W. A. SHELBY.For in the comb ; boiled ham, 30c pound. .
I They on the new Chronicle building per Ring t
:
in movement for the
every up-
i ----- i ii 'building of Pensacola, and Escambia Muscles to do also ben* resumed. The tea County Commissioner Dist. No.4. Phone 212. i
Vote for one)
which had bean completed: ( ; '
(county through Democratic principles fortably and I --- 1 1. .
Clean, heavy clipped White and The Supremacy of the White Man. Cascarets the disaster came were found to W. P. BRONSON.H. .
i Oats. i A: rote for me' means a Vote for honesty entirely undamaged. The new C. CLOPTON. fll. F. BOWES, Mgr i I
No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran low taxes, and the enforcement as they are U to be a magnificent struc-- JNO. A. WIGGINS.- ,
II'J
twenty stories high. It is "believ
---- -- r
and Shorts, of the -
:
. law.Yours I They are .that this and the Humboldt Bank FCoutyCornmIsioner Dist. No. 5. ,
.: articles Chick Feed for ,the consisting rapid of and 20: .. very .truly J. D. GO! S. I ered Enamel I } be first completed of the type of (Vote'for' one) : ..:#........................................,........ : ,

. healthy growth of the newly : In a man's which"owners are putting Ui JAS. R. STEWARD. : r + i

:. hatched. t For Railroad Commissioner.Vote purse' all the : I I recent.to 1saster.avoid any recurrence of For 'Justice of,Peace. D.strict No. 2.. .:I GAS HAS DONE MUCH .1. j

. the Wheat hen. and. Mixed Feed for .. for t Two: The time future City oMhe'Go'den. Gate (Vote for; one) i ( .
only when be both fire-proof and earthquake-
: Condition Powders for horse, : R. Hudson Burrand first if the.plans; whch? architects J.'L/BELL. :I :
suspect GOSS. FOR WOMANKIND.
X: D. i
4 cow and poultry.Conkey's J build?rs are makingare carried 3'r.t
Be ,.., NICHELSEN.
: Celebrated Poultry very .- The buildings which stood R. J ; :
. Remedies, roupe, cure cholera i N. A BHtch made only by I both blaze and seismic distur GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For I I ;
: cure, gape cure and lice killer. and never I. 'will be the models for the new :: -Justice Of, Peace, District No. 5. :r t Gas as fuel has opened up for her the ideal nome with f
4 If you live in town telephone For Justice of SU rem /Court. stamped as well! as for the future "unburn- (Vote for one). :.p. perfect service-the best living with ample leisure and. } ;
,
. us. Vote for Two: city" whenever it is built.Eeuovatlnt opportunity for higher things. .1 f :
If In neighboring towns write : I: J. M. HARRISON. : The use of Gas for cooking has reduced drudgery in the :
_.
to us. Charles B. 'Parkhill FREE : t kitchen and domestic affairs, giving more time for rest : ,
I : \Vklte PInme .-i-Justice of Peace District No. 7. : and soc'al enjoyment Handsome range Installed, connection -. 0 ;
and beautiful It has beer ''or cleaning white plumes cut some (Vote for one) free for J13.00. -
i Whitfield' PLAI'ZD soap into small pieces and put t

! F. S. MELLEN & CO. J. B pretty most liberal colors boiling water, adding a little pearl JOS.J. S. E.RIKARD.HANKS. := : .: '> .

. ICE CREAM' AT'90e PER GALUON cents want In every' the mixture has dissolved put :f Pensacola Gas Company
/?? this will be the candidates i
* Phone 334. i AND 50c PER HALF GALLON ATBOMO' of good faith plumes into it and. draw them Following !
t CREAM 'PACT.oRYSUNDAY carets with from each precinct for members cf
& ICE loaded. the band until they look clean. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
S Pensacola, Fla. i ONLY PHONE" 1326. Send today, en put them into a clean lather and the executive.committee. Phone 148. :

, i. -- paper Address and In cold water In which is a little j CR5AM. PHONE 1326. ............t.''''....''''..$4.H.t4.'......t4tt4sTj''I
........................ TRY BOSSO'S S CREAM., PHONE 1326- Chicago 01' 1 cf blue. TRY BOSSO'S




.i r .
.- \'i __ -t 4 : ."P'.<-;:""" -.'..:\ ; ; ;[ .,.., ....,':- !+f.T.4'.1t-..- -- "- -.--,.' ..""-,_,_ -, :;;_,.:> ,'; ,_ :J. _*_-'-'_ c',>'--_'_ '--__ .... _,_ S",' '__.'0 :, --JiI ir"!--"....-s.--'. 2 t" -'"Z, < __: -
-



;- S 4y'6 '"' "' : -;" ,......,. ... ,.t :.. .""',, < -- -.,.-: . ..','.
'Jr. ,
", ,1. '" ; ;-- "--' ,-', ,- ,! ;" ,, :.....',"="-" "',:-:. ;'. '''" ,' ; r. ', "", ," .:"' ->, f -,' "; "
>
!If Ii : '1 :: -1' .

I u'I; I "

t Ii

1 it MOURNING' ,. MAY. 13, 1905 ,
THE PEN A 'LA: JOURNAL' SUNDAY
,'AGE SIXTEEN ,
::: ';" :' :,' -
3 .. .- -c' --
-
If ,.
S'
,
-t' '
'
,
t : p -


: THE: A Sensational

t Extra for Monday -' I' i" .

Lace Sale
.. p 11 : .


4. 5,000. yards of new Embroideries Torchon. and Point DeParis


I fresh from the looms laces worth 10 and


i$ worth J5 and 20c I 'Ui il I 15 cents




r Monday lOc. The store that f"" has and gives what. ,- 'it advertises. Monday 5c a yard







r A LAND SLIDE OF BARGAINS


Y
\
S



25,000 yards df new printed and woven Wash Fabrics consisting of Manufacturers' lengths, together with an



: immense assortment of f New and" Stylish Lawns Batiste Organdies and Ginghams bought at the great H B Cloflin



::. May sale Cost and values have been ignored, we start this great sale Monday at 8 a. m and continue through the



\. week Never before in the history of Merchandisery has new seasonable goods been reduced so low




t a. Don't forget this great event, bargains here such.. as you have never heard of.

'

.
'jf -
f z 3,000'yards of Almeria Batiste, 30 inches 3,500 yards of figured. Lawns and Muslins. in :- 2,500 yards B. B' C & Everet Ginghams, fast 1 I case of Printed Lawns and Batiste in choice

"
wide beautiful patteres, retailed everywhere af lOc neat pretty patterns and worth 8 l:2c, sale price..,_, colors and neat patterns in checks and stripes. Sold color combination and patterns worth 8 l-3c, sale


r sale price____________________?-_-.5c the yard _________-____,---,----1-- -----?-: ______31-2c: e everywhere: for 8 l"2c, sale price_____-_____ 5, l-2c price_____-'___________________________ 4 cents



i Sensational selling of Household Goods, consisting of Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads


t 'Towels :etc.

J' /lrr

'ill>,; -'

100 dozen extra large Huck Towels 20x44 in 500 large full size Bed Spreads in beautiful 1 case of sheets the kind you pay 75c for torn 50 dozen Linen Finished Pillow Cases 45x36

k, -

a good value for 20 cents sale pirce___.,,._13 cents patterns and worth $1.25, sale price______98 cents and hemmed 81x90 inches, ,' sale price ____59 cents a good value for 15c, sale price :._________.11 cents




One case of A. F. C. Ginghams the kind that is hard( to get, sold everywhere for !0c sale price 7c




This is the greatest safe l Pensacola has ever known. New fresh goods sold at unheard of reductions. We don't intend to have a dull



... moment during this great sale. No_ piece goods. during this sale will be charged.





. ;. 4 d. ; '&' E. 'FOREES '. .


i
-
-"- ..,,- -. ... ......... .. ..
.
?! .1llll"t''L'R'II: '! C1I-.J: -. --;.. T-r: r'!;
J .. .,
----
.
; I '



',.THE MAIING OF A.'VCCESSFVL HVSBAJYD



.
'
,
.
by concealment: you simply add to her are designed for different spheres of to be unloaded at the office, and they rr

unhappiness, or, rather, you cause an action, and a mannish woman or a have to be carried home. If you lock
unhappiness she would not have felt at sissy are equally unnatural and abhorrent them up in your heart they will, of IIEALTII AND TOILET
all, in: most cases, had She known the The equality I mean is the course, go back with you next day, and,
: Is Not Only Advisable For Married ByCASPAR truth.: My boy, let me give you one equality of social and domestic posi-I like all noxious things, they grow
IT pointer good and strong. Don't have tion, the equality of authority, the faster in darkness. Talk them over
Folks any secrets from your ife. Whatever equality of Interest and the equality of with Anna May and if they don't disappear THE HAIR. 'i
to Share Their Joys Unselfishly, but your troubles may be 'dgn't tell themto consideration. The granting of such entirely they will shrivel up in WASHING Is apt toi:,i' '>
: .' S. the policeman, but take them home equality makes a finer woman and a your mind's eye, you will feel your the hair harsh and dry. .':
the Wise Husband or Wife Will Be Equally with you and unload them on the little better and happier wife, and that is chest bulging out again your curving bedtime the hair should be unf "ie.:. .
; t woman there who has a marvelous capacity the only kind of equality 90 per cent backbone will straighten out and you and thoroughly brushed, and tn n
YOST for absorbing such things and of her sex desires. can go back to your office the next plaited loosely. Hair that is regu iar.y
Generous In the Exchange of Worries : : : : giving In exchange a comfort nobody It is in the swapping of trouble that morning as fit as a prize fighter when brushed night and morning will I K-.J
else Can ever hand equality of interest shows its greatest the bell rings. What matters troubles clean and glossy and require less frequent '
out to you. She is value. There was never a man or nevera with the woman of your love by your I washing.A .
a wonderful alchemist woman who didn't have troubles of side? They are but the handicaps Face Tonic.-A benzoinated f.. e
this little some sort big or little, mostly little, which give zest to the contest. tonic is a delightful addition to \1'
t and there was never a man or never a When Johnny McIntosh went to the
(Copyright 1906, by C. S. Tost] and sounds.. But the calf both saw sympathy and my help; bu1.JnY; dear woman. You give to and bathroom. It is quite easy to ma-
I who didn't get relieved by let- wall in 93 he came me pouredout ,
her iron and woman
DEAR JOHN-I think ., and heard him. It became excited,I boy, I and your mother are ao longer : rusty his-woes. He didn't care so much Take a big bowl of warm water an
she ting them out provided he had some- It
gives you gold, of benzoin it
made a desperate effort to dash around your best friends. There is one who put twelve drops in
you are making a grave I body to talk to in whose confidence and for the loss of
My i the deacon and, of course, struck him is closer now than we, one who ii or: twenty-four carat your face is rough add a pinch of borax
mistake. I have been in I fine. She has 'a sympathy he could rely. There is relief the money as he STUBBED JOlNfMdr
the face in it.
and bathe
in ,dea- % daily
square the solar plexus. The should be 'your other self and from: r '
rTae
r *1 "H and when did for the grief
the same boat and under- I Ift way of making in the mere telling so heri m
whom you should have no secrets. Shoe Treatment-When you come
stand motives. They are laud- I I trouble look like you come home In the evening, tired it would cause
your If by keeping your troubles to yourself -, : Swapping troubles. with your shoes damp or wet don't ;Jt
don't out of wife. He .< .s
and probably cross, get his
able and right as motives-but they go you could spare her trouble it! thirty cents and them away and let them dry before nn>t
Wrong in action; they don't accom- would be all right although, for reasons : sending you back to work with a lighter patience with Anna :May if she gives had been struggling providing against their getting stiff 1 It
plish what you expect of them. Did which I shall explain later. I do heart and a stronger right arm. I will you an itemized statement of the annoyances along for they have been very wet rub Ya.iI&eor
be able of the day Most of her months tryingto
that she to
admit not resist -
not think it the best 'even then. may oil over them and put them wlu ra
ever a cross eyed calf? I way
you see trivial to and, weather the
the temptation to "I told troubles may seem you
say you ,
is little little heat Th r::
But you cannot keep yourtroubles to there -v cry -
but and I was the proud *
saw
never one buta and all
slnglyi most of them are, no doubt current
but that is and
so, woman's prerogative ,
j possessor of that one when I was a yourself. Woman's love has a keen as the shoes dry, this oil sinks in aw
woman's troubles stack almightybig the time
put-
doesn't make her any less effective up
anodynes -
ness of perception that is superhuman I keeps the leather soft Before you put
kid. That calf never did learn to get
in the totals, and they are more ting up a smiling -
unless you spoil it all by flying 011rl't
She can detect the slightest physicalor them wipe every bit of the
fc focus on things (it joined the away
proper mind and than front his
wearing the nerves to
on
Off the handle like a chump. No matter -
mental variation from the normal < that has not been absorbed. P*
beef trust before it was a yearling)
the sorrows that stun by their weight. wife "She does ,
in the object of her love. She knows how great your sorrows, no matter sure, too, that they are perfectly dry
ind its fool antics used to make me
hiw grave your difficulties, she can and Let her rattle along as the spirit moves not even dream G
that you are sick or worried almost be- before them
laugh till I got the stomach ache. I you put away
there Is
fore realize it How she will give you help, and in the helpingshe any-.. Let out :t
remember once upon a time, Lightning you yourself he your sorrows. To Remove Fruit Stains. I !u
thing
fes I used to call it, because you never knows it I do not attempt' to explain, will herself be strengthened. Shedoesn't wrong stains may be easily removed fron t.e::
told me, and he really.believed what he
have to off by herself and :
,could tell where it was going to I i< but my experience has;taught"roe thatit go 2 YOU LEAVE MYr hands with a brimstone match. DT ;i.
strike, got out of the pasture, and I was is useless to try to conceal such mope over Imaginary ills. She has JOHN ALONE'! said. who Mrs.knew McIntosh how to was burn a society woman as- en the stain, then hold near the !1-0..." '
somethipg tangible to and it money
lent to drive it home. Returning, I had things from your mother. No matter oppose of a freshly lighted brimstone mat '
to pass' hrou } a lane, and the calf 4"1"-v-e how free from pain or,care I may;pretend gives her a certain happiness to be rapidly and as thoroughly as anybody I one of the old fashioned kind tha' ,\ :
and she seemed
would buuTnto the fence about every to be she detects the,false note Instantly : permitted to stand by you even in yourtroubles ever saw to enjoy it. burn anywhere. Be careful nut '.. i'!>.':
Don't tell troubles,to the policeman. to feel that she is trusted A Johnny had always kept, her supplied ,
your and my observation leads 'me your *
third panel. :No matter how hard I r your hand near the flame wh i
comrade. :with cash, but she knew no more about
.:' tried I couldn't keep it headed,straight. con came down to earth doubled up like to believe this faculty is 'a universal LITTLE his affair than a rabbit. He told me I wood begins to burn or you will r,:>-e
accompaniment of love, 'masculine or It's Effort Wasted.It TROUBLE '!
th'n
Nor-cross a jackknife. and his language when he MAN he would rather kill himself than tell i a blister instead of removing
i recovered his' breath was not of the feminine, but doesn't pay, my boy, to treat a woman her, but Johnny was no coward and he I Looking After the Hands It ',H.'3
';' lame time. He had his head up and kind ,we expect to hear in "the happy much more 'JWILL Yfllv of this day and generation as a faced the music like a little man. Whatdo less than a minute to put on an c" .l i ;*;-r
keen in the '
land of Canaan." Luckily for Deacon .PUT ME child. She knows too much to fill that you suppose that woman did when of gloves when one has a dirty l'W >' \
t Norcross.there"were no members of his woman than, In tOWN7 role with satisfaction to herself or to f he told her? No, she didn't have a fit! work, such as dusting or ,n.in.i ,: ,l
congregation within hearing, and the man. you. The position of a pampered pet She threw her arms around his necka fire to do. But what a saving '; ,
,
luckily for me there was a high fence Worry :Made t. is distasteful to her. She averages 1 cried, "Oh, Johnny, is that aU?" the hands! Housewives who .J. '.
in reach. A' section of my 'trousers Order ry r. mentally about as high as the betrou- She had known he was in trouble all point of thus protecting their -'::11
-
waved from the top rail for many. a With this perception d sued half of creation, and she doesn't 'Crc.. the time, and her secret grief had been never have unsightly ingrained b'.1 >
day thereafter .the majority YF5 fly want to be ranked with the bricabracon greater than his. ,The truth was a relief on their hands nor those ( i>lr",, 'j' :(d;
: : Here's the Application. '. : of wo- the parlor mantel. She is just as You will feel your chest bulging out and she sailed in and helped him cracks that get so dreadfully , I recall simply'to illustrate men unite a f useful as she 4s ornamental;'and 'she's again. out oJ the ho!e. He told me Just the and painful.
the point made in the beginningthat 'most vivid Imagination not going to let you or any other man her and don't belittle or make *fun of other day that his failure was the
good motives don't always pan and i put her on the shelf and, by ginger, her. Under the influence of your sympathetic greatest blessing of his life, because it Brass Ornament >
out good results. That calf aimed right therefore when doNR3 she's right It's a mighty good thing, and loving interest her trou- forced him to get really acquaintedwith To clean'all sorts of brass op-1"''r *
and was doing its level best to go right the cause of INMR too, for you and me and the rest of us bles vanish with the narration, and. she Mrs. Mclntosh. and you can bet wash them over with strong u:"' : .4.,
There ares. lot of people just like my worry Is kept rr ', .a fellows that. she is beginning to assert }s in a proper mental frame to spenda your old hat he tells her everything he using a brush to scrub the enn' : d
boytlme pet, except that their stra- from them theyf- # her equality seven if'some of her sex happy evening with you and to begin knows now. and otherwise wrought parts 1:.. >; H !in
bismus is mental and not necessarily supply 'one ot Not going,te' let you do run over the line. You know I never the next day stronger and braver. Open your mouth, John, open your clear water, wipe dry and poll:li v.dI '
permanent. Now you come to me their own. Natput heron the shelf' took much stock 'In the so called advanced mouth and let out your sorrows. Give leather.
Ik deacon's language was not of the
kind we expect to hear. with'your little troubles which you urally the imaginary ,woman who clamors for the Talk It All Over.It Anna May a chance to' show the gold I
think are big,ones, and say you don't trouble Is much bigger and "rights": !. and privilege?;of.men, not because is the same, way with you and that's in her. You needn't be afraid of Label on Jars.
his eyes fixed on the blue sky while he want your wife to know anything about more terrible than the real one. The I s I. don't 'think<:; 6he.,is entitled your worries. A man ought to be able the result I warrant you she'll stand I The label on a glass jai ',' !"!. yrppI
'sang "I Am Bound For the Happy them because you don't want her to, visions a'' woman can conjure 'up under'' to nearly all _she demands, but be- to drop most of his troubles when he any test and as your, confidence in I clean and in place longer if ',i> '.r: '*
Land of Canaan" in a voice that made have any 'worries that you can shield: such circumstances seen by ma<5,I cause I think it will be a sorry day for drops his work. That is one of the: |! each other grows so will' your love and the inside. Of course this 01!i' :s'rf' '"*
'th' leaves curl. He didn't see the calf.He her from. Iam glad to have you bring", only In the 'throes of a Welsh rabbiti : ,I her it she gets theny believe in elements of manhood. But there are !i yoar happi:!!ss. Your affectionate dad, where dry materials are use', sucb a.*
was oblivious to all earthly signs me your troubles.lad to give you'my'i nightmare. SO!instead of protecting.her t,i equality all right but the two sexes some that are too biz or too'intimate I JOHN SNEED. 1 rice, taoioca. etc. .

,
1e
---- ---- ---
'" --
-




Vote ,for H. .Hudson burr .and\\ll; N. A. Blitch for Railroad Conlinissiol10fS'l e e



'

i, ,

,. ,
- I ,', ;, _, ,' ,\\' : .,,; < ,f .- '

!t :; ;, :: 'o/; i .: _iit ''f x ':,;- ;;,'; o..L jt-)7) ; <' t- .;i.1 it 1l f. 1i-F i4 iX>.;;..4 ,, & tit7-\11,. .;.&"... .. "