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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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Reason for Misconceiving His f [ ,n'mm.--s.NiNrNaN,. N.NtrJM11.N. t7N'N1.tiNT1 /1t\U.1N 11.. 1t'i .One of the Most Horrible Crimes, in History .- tlL:!



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\WAS NOT PLEDGED { NN Allentown i, Santa Rosa .{ I
THE JOURNAL REQUESTS THAT ITS CORRESPONDENTS N r Jh-E I :. '

IN ESOAMBI'A' COUNTY SEND IN THE REPORTS OF THE ;!..jakNO }." f'I
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i PRIMARY RESULTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE PRECINCTS AT 3 ." ,} f !
Amendment and'Did Not : : ;.' i
yTo Any THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE HOUR. USE THE LONG DISTANCE 8 ,11'' .. .'1-.1 I t tW.

Insist on Any Measure. \( ( TELEPHONE, OR !IF THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE USE THE TELEg N MEETING f r. 1 1T G. Acreman, Wife and 7 Children :1!': ;::j n t i
Carl Schurz Passed i
GRAPH. BUT RUSH THE REPORT. g
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TATE ANY PARTICULAR PRO. Jacksonville Merchant :
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MOODY GAVE HIS CONFER.I mer widely New member known York of''as May the a 14.-- 0 ; Killed by His Daughter; DADS '.t.l i'i 4' ,, ..-;-. J


ENCES WITH TILLMAN AND his home in this city !Infant 3 Days Old and Its Mother t.f;: ; !' '
morning, aged 76, years. By Associated Press ter says she secure her father's revolver -jf
BAILEY. due. to a complication of Jacksonville Fla., May. 14.-C. E. to prevent him from using it In r J'.V *
lowing an attack of the scuffle to take it from her the revolver RuthlessYSlaughtered.) ; : c_ tfj
which became' acute Hooks, a well known merchant, was was discharged the bullet en- Special Session to Take Up \_ I J" '' .I ,
By Associated Press. :Mr. Schurz was born shot and killed instantly this afternoon tering his breast, killing him instantly.His '1 ,' t
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Washington, May 14. The sensational -, March 25, 1829 I by -daughter Bessie. He had wife and two" daughters were the Finace Committee Reportis MURDERED; MAN EVIDENTLY! ':' .:;] "
rate bill incident in the senate quarreled with his wife and his daugh- only witnesses.The 'J: .!,} { :

Saturday, in which Senator Tillman,,1 PRESIDENT SENDS A I.I Continued.MAYOR KNEW LIFE WAS IN DANGER ,,' : 1., ;.J,-

on dler authority, made statements of former Senator regarding Chan the |,t MESSAGE____OF I Labors of Southern Baptist (AND TRIED TO USE A GUN-' :t;, ;j'-/ .

president's: course in connection will J Washington, May ; BODIES FOUND IN POSITIONS .Ii, = i, ,
with the pending rate legislation,, Roosevelt today sent the AND ALDERMAN MULDON ;I' ..:1
.which! statements were denied bj, egram toCarl I* Schurz I Convention are at anEnd ENLIVEN PROCE'E'DINGS' BY A INDICATING ATTEMPT TO ES. ; :'', r ,'?,

Senator Lodge on behalf of the president ." "Pray accept I 'i! Ji-
had its sequel this even'ng when i found sympathy in the I COLLOQUY CONCERNING PARLIAMENTARY CAPE-SKULLS CRUSHED IN -j' ",.j'

an official staement was issued from I father. The country has By Associated Press first hour of the afternoon session AND BODIES CHARRED BEYOND ', 1 '',!L,, ,*,
the White House giving an account; man, of Lincoln's ) Chatanooga May 14.-The morning wa3 given to business affairs of LAW-NEXT SPECIAL ,; ';
tl the subject'on the part of the presi,. services in peace and in I missions in general Woman's work RECOGNITION. <.-' i
Southern Baptist con BE CALLED
session! of the MEETING WILL:
next hour and
occupied the evangelism
dent and Attorney General Moody. I i crises of the republic's
vention was devote! to foreign mis- took the remainder of the session.A : :
not be !
The statement was composed otwo t forgotten while BY FINANCE COMfMITTEE' '. .
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leadership of Rev. R. meeting for missions was
1 sions under the mass .
letters-one from the president t+<>> .
Willingham, of Richmond Va., sec held to-night, with which the work of APPROVAL.The One of the most horrible crimes In .t.r ,
Senator Allison and the other trop: J. WITH MAYOR'S : ;
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of :
the history of the state Florida '
convention ended.
Moody 'to the president Both wen retary of the board.fLORIDA'CATTlE' not in the history of the south, was ': '- i

dated today. The president says: "li 1 PERMITS E T TBE special meeting of afternoon thecity committed near the settlement of Allentown _i: ; ;; j
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no case, either to Mr. Chandler or an council called for yesterday in Santa+ Rosa county,about ,:i ,.' I .
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of report
one else; was the slightest opportunity) NEGRO LYNCHED to take up the question in referenceto ten miles north of Milton, early yes ', j
for any honest misconception of my at of the finance committee terday morning when W. G. Ac- : '
titude or any belief that I pledged my the :Board of 'Public Works did not 'I oJ '
DEAD FOR USUAL CRIMEBy his wife and seven children "
EXPORTER reman
self specifically to one and only on+ materialize. The only thing to ennv.\\ were, murdered in cold blood the d J
amendment, or set of amendments 01 t en the proceedings was a '
-.: bodies burned.
: house fired and the ._ ;j;f <
that 1 would satisfied with parliamentary law between .A.ldel'IIlanl "
not any ,
dismembered trunks of the i
the
amendment which: preserved the essential By Associated Press Associated Press. i Reilly) chairman of the finance,-commit- Only remained 'wh'n'a party fron <: t
victims \
features from of the Hepburn>111 !;;- Tampa, Fla., May H.-'Dr. Howell Eastman, Ga., :May 14.-Mrs. Pope.i I tee and few five other minutes aldermen in advance, :who 'arrived of 6-'t Milton reached the scene at'a'bout' },l '.:" t ,
the house.
it came As tc a !
as T 59 a leading cattle exporter motive for the crime figs
o'clock. No
Dikes, age years .
amendments'did a widow living alone six miles northof o'clock. They waited sometime, and I 1
of the I
none ever saj his home near here today : "
died at discovered.
been ,
here, was assaulted by a'neg'ro,Will Bliss, who was
to Chandler, or any one else, that 1 I illness. He made a '!:finally called Mayor I
after a long Wom/nock, last Friday1 night He. attending a meeting of the Board of I The Bodies Discovered.At J
would insist on having!:; them in th I fortune in the business. '
large
!bill as a condition of my approval." : ; threatened her with death if she told 'Public' Works. The chief executive I II an early hour yesterday morn '
On the contrary the president sale I of the assault and said he would return -I called the aldermen to order. ing a man living about a quarter of a ., .
he wag careful to state that he was: Board of Works/ Adopts { MRS. JEFFERSON DAVISCONTINUES i Saturday night. When be came Alderman Reilly immediately mov mile from the home of the Acreman
4'I I she fired him in the abdo- the regular] that the buildingwas
not trying: to dictate any particulai! TO IMPROVEBy !I wounding de an adjournment until family discovered
program of action. The president! Measure Regarding meeting due to the lack of a quorum no longer standing and, accord- ,,
men.Neighbors
said his statements to .Mr. Chandler 1 I hearing the shooting and the absence of the city attorney'sopinion ing to his story, notified other families ,
were the same as those made by him log Matters.At Associated Press i''i came to her rescue and traced the relit:ve to the legal questions living in the vicinity before going :
to Senator Allison and other senatorsof New York, May 14.)Irs. Jefferson i I negro to a cabin. He denied the crime mentioned in the report of the finance to investigate. A party was soon
both parties. The president says I Davis, who has been ill for several!i i at first, but finally confessed the as committee to the council concerning; made up and visited the scene of the \ '
he suggested it was impossible to use the meeting of the )' gays at her apartments here was re-!'I sault. 'Citizens then tcck him out, the Board of Works. ]I fire discovering the charred and dismembered -
a m as an intermediary to advantageand ;1 lic Works yesterday ortei': to-day as showing .continued;I strung him up and riddled the body 'alderman Muldon was on his feet bodies of the family among '
that they communicate with Senator most important question I improvement. i with bullets. in a moment and wanted to know how the ruins. A telephone message was
Allison whose views were "iden that of building permits. the council could adjourn, when no at once sent to Milton from a nearby ".
announced himself' Bliss and Jud'ge Rhoda '
tical" with his own. quorum was present. Mayor turpentine camp
The attorney general's letter to the without reservation in stated that the question was not debatable Sheriff Mitchell, Dr. H. E. Eldridge and 1
building inspector. He as a motion! to adjourn was several others at once left for the
president, the, gave at the president's request conferences which Mr. '
sons to repair or erect iiotified Alderman Muldon that the the buildings were still building. j
Moody had, by the president's direc
the city without a without a could adjourn < '
tion, with Senators Tillman and Bal- council quorum The Acreman Home. :
ceeded in having passed from time to time but could
ler. l'with
making it compulsory The building was a two room house !
nits to erect or repair I transact no rule business.that this body is sit- an "L" at the rear and faced the t ;,'',.
"Do you '
COVERNMENT OF THEDISTRICT the future north. There were two doors at the .
council? asked Ailderman
OF COLUMBIA Matters in connection ting as a front, one ]leading into each room .. ,.
fying the different! public Muldon. and doors opposite the front doors I
"I refer the question! to the city attorney '
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considered. It was leading out to a porch in the rear. i
Washington, May H.-The house ," replied the mayor. .:
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cure an estimate' of the The house had numerous windows '
tad under consideration today bills City Attorney Jones who was present .
sent the same to the I and it is hardly possible that the entire ; -
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relating to the government of the District immediately informed -Mr. Muldon !
A petition from the family would have lost their lives'
of Columb'.a! : and completed bills AMERICATITA that the council could not transact i )\ "
of Seville square was that'I had they not been either killed or rendered -|! :,
reorganizing the Washington public, without a but
testing against baseball J business, quorum unconscious previous to the firing : -; .
school sytem but adjournment was NLD three four aldermen could convene
or ..
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en the property. I I of the house.Acreman ,
taken on account lack of a quorumand 45/ o and adjourn the council to a certain
that ball playing be not .to0 with one of his sons slept ya
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action on the bill until date. Thus the incident was settled.During
postponed ,
also reclved. The RIO 7ATIERIU 'tK < in a bed in the southeast corner of the I ;
tomorrow. 4y the discussion Alderman II
iu the opinion of the !! east room and his wife, with her infant -,
entered the council -
McHugh
Wri'ght and
and adopted a ; j which was born on Friday last,
AMENDMENTS TO THE baseball playing on PzaNr Foe j -f chamber, making a quorum. Al-! occupied a bed directly opposite. .

RATE BILL TABLED the future. COMMcE- derman D'Alemberte moved that the Three boys slept together in the, ,;: ,
council adjourn to the next regular '
The garbage question
southeast corner of the west room,
meeting. Alderman Muldon offeredas
but action was, deferred and directly opposite them in the same
Washington May 14.- The session'' regular meeting. '''It a substitute that the council ad-: ,
bed the oldest
room was a occupied by .
df f the senate passed today without! The contractor who journ subject to the will of the finance I girl between thirteen and four "
an exc'ting" incident and without, the; tract for painting and committee. The mayor ruled that the I I :
teen years of age, and her sister.
adoption of a single amendment to street signs wa5"ord finance committee had no authority to;I Ii
the rai'.road! rate 'bill notwithstanding! and! pant! and "p'ace call a meeting of the council Chair-i Skull was Crushed. -{:.,
that the measure was practically under streets east of Tenth man Reilly stated that no meeting. The body of Acreman was fount ;"
consideration for six hours. The and to Brainard'on the" would be called, unless the mayor was, )lyin'g near the sill of the door leadlnj
main feature of the day was the rejec bay on the south. Thp consulted in reference to the matter.SUMMARY to the rear porch from the room ia ..1i

ton; of jthe amendments, which wa? structed to notify' ,the ,i which he slept" the skull crushed In :t
accomplished by direct vote or by the place! the name of and the body4so badly burned that

Process of laying on the table, and one light at every corner, I k 0 OF only the trunk remained. By the side I
followed another in rapid succession. according to the ordi} of the remains was a pun, seeming to I
Mayor Bliss report 'tii THE WEATHERThe I Indicate that tha.nmrdered man knew .t.1'I
planted six palm that his life and the lives of the members :" f,
fANGERIOUS CHARACTER CHARGE Square and fourteen. 'on '-i 'I of hU: family were in danger, ;.J

AND RELEASED WITHOUT BOND was ordered to place c4 maximum temperature yesterday ,, and that he was making an attempt : 0 I

Square. erect : was 78 degrees at 3 p. m. and th+i to defend himself when stricken down. r' ,
Permission to .
W91 Brazen "; -' minimum 64 degrees at 1:30() a. m. An examination of the skull revealed f ; 1
by Officer, a white Simmons man was Sunday aisTestes' Malaga: Square routine was' "'. .;i Inr his summary of the weather yesterday -. a large blood clot at the base of the t \
considering
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conclusive] evidence, ;
which
night and a charge of "vagrancy and: adjourned meet W r I Observer Reed said: brain was. ":
a dangerous and suspicious character"as o'clock.TRADERS. There have been showers sInCE< according to' the coroner's physician i'.
at 5 '
noon il death before the fire'occur : !
that came
docketed against him on the Sunday morning from the lower lake:;
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: eastward attending slight depression red. .. "
municipal court yesterday. His case a i"
1, marked continued. "' ; which now appears over Pennsylvania Mother and Babe. i 'i iI

Attorney E. E. Crawshaw, was em- .. ,.. -' A 'general showery conditioi I The 'body: of Mrs. Acreman and her j 1
I'oyed to defend Brazell late yesterday prevails throughout the Missouri valley }.. three days old, infant were found outside -_ ; ;
afternoon. Ha called'at the city PAY ALL. which! has extended southwan I of the sill at the front of the t '
>all and examined the municipal! into Texas and eastward to Lab,:! house, indicating that she was mur
docket, and statea'' that he had Intended I Michigan, resulting from a disturbance:: (! dered on the porch. The bodies were
to make application for the release $;, y Associated, (wkJ which is central over South Dakota.1 also dismembered and the skull of i iI
of Brazell throHgh habeas corpus profeedings I Chicago, May 14. 'At t { Temperatures were above 60 degree! :Mrs. Acreman indicated that she hat '

when he was informed that the directors of the .' this morning as far northwest! a;, Huron been killed before the building wu .',-., ,
the accused had been released on his Company, which'was pl S. D. and 64 degrees In easten I set on fire. ; < ,.-
tl\'n recognizance. hands of a receiver. Iowa and southern New York whilE+I The bodies of the boys who slept in : <
It is .expected that the case will count of losses at. BUSINESS, BOTH IN over the upper lakes, in Wyoming, and[ the west room were found in positions -' \
". '. CONGR1?SS WILL HELP DO THE .
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''IlEup before Recorder to- decided today: to -
Laney was I -- in Utah, they were 40 degrees. Indicating that they had either been .
l Lr, unless the charge is withdrawn or full. When the < 4 "Conditions are favorable for fail] killed while in bed or that they bid i
a note is issued. is under- court that: such losses
prosse It will weather with light variable winds ovei
summer prove
this
f:oo that Attorney Crawshaw Is'anx. the receiver will be : the' Pan-American Congress to b3 held at Rio Janeiro this vicinity tonight and, Tuesday." d (Continued oa Page !gl1t.l. ..

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To brand a beer "Pure," but actual a IMPOSED, YESTERDAY 'AND NEGRO ,
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I'i' ) : Schlitz beer is brewed in absolute yesterday morning and the regular I
docket was taken up with Judge B. D.,.
Beggs presiding.

.' cleanliness and cooled in filtered air. taken The up only and pentitentiary disposed of, James case Ivor-was .
f. ,
son, coloreu', charged with filtering
, and breaking into a building.He .1

Then it is avoid was given one year. i
; aged for months to causing A number of negroes charged with,
of and
gambling entered pleas guilty
were fined $10 and costs or forty-five!

y biliousness then filtered through white days in the county jail. ;.
r It is thought that the docket is ojt1 S
such length as to continue the sessionof
is sterilized. court until next week. ;I.
wood pulp. Then every bottle Off for Tallahassee. '

United States Judge Chas. Swayne, .
z United States Marshal T. P. McGourin
That is whySchlitz and his chief deputy, H. Wolf, Federal I
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, Ask for the Brewery Bottling. .Clerk Attorney Marsh and Sheppard United left States yesterday District -- \ :

Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz. is for Tallahassee to be present ati .
the of the federal term, : r$4\
opening court
: To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded in that city. | I.

Suit Filed. 'I

: unique Mary Huggins, through her attorney -
a 1 1 filed suit in the circuit court yesterday ::,
1 against Rosa Simpson, Comer
t fonts ,Simpson, Annie Tynes and Fred
Luckey asking for a partition of lots!
i 9 and 10, block 20, Maxent tract I
Municipal! Court.

purity.Phone Judge Laney had the usual morning JOHN G. WELSH. and whatever improvem- 3
drunk and disorderly cases before John G. Welsh is before the good 1! made with regard to hard ro ,
him ye-terday. A. L. McKinney .
people of Efacambia- county as a candi-!bridges and other public need :
charged with being a dangerousand .
found a &ia'"' i
date for the office of county treasurer.i that period ever
suspicious character was given I Possibly na public official or private i vocate and supporter in the ,1
sixty days in jail. Fifty-eight dollars
I citizen is more respected or admired of John-. Welsh
and cost were assessed. ,
t 16 kt ; i .; i:.' among those who have the pleasure of i I His few months record as" '
hs; acquaintance, or thoroughly uiive treasurer assures the citizen-* '
r The Lewis Bear.Co. *, The Origin of'Desert- in, his business methods, both in conducting I cambia county that he is('eaj.).! "
t Main and Palafax Sts., Pensacola It is generally believed that the the duties of his public or private ergetic and courteous, with .+t ti h
life; generous to'a fault, ready, at I i object in view cf do u his i d i
r great deserts of the earth, are the any and all times to do all in his power -;i the 'strictest sense. He is now .
; bottoms of ancient teas, which have to advance the interests of Escamfoia -i the people of Eseambia count ,
TheBeer4TiThat :: :; teen lifted above!*; their original elevation ,: county, and its citizens' I election to the office of county tu
by geological forces. Ardis- He has served as county commis- er, and his friends believe he wll '
tin aished is sioner' for five years, three years of' celve a stron'g support and vote f:
geologist quoted as
that time being chairman of that body,I' the good people of Eacambia count
Bayiagifegt this is pro baWy ":a'fal
la y. He thinks that the Tanda Were -
Milwaukee Farneus.
Made
: formed by the disintegration.of the-

rocks on which the SJeserts rest. All THE TRAVELLING MAN'S FRIEND. I

:; the great deserts ate situated where A combination set of one Gillette Safety Razor and 1- ;
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the'winds from; the ocean before I 2-edged blades two silver tubes with brush and soap, ain '
; i reaching them de exhausted of their I a velvet lined seal leather case is indeed the travehu--
I r.er in these waters for nearly ten I moisture by passing over mountains man's friend. Price complete $7.50; Razor with 12 bladp-
ON i Why the Doctor Couldn't Go In. $5.00.
: REPORT SEIZURE years.
acrOIS'extensive tracts of land
Under date of April 24, the consul A lady had been ill and under or ,
reports that a third vessel, the medical treatment for a long time, I and these dry winds, he says, cause Cc e's :_oc ] torte.

'OF FISHING SMACKS schooner "Lizzie B. Adams," CharlesH. As she grew no better all the while I the disintegration of the rocks. Phone 235. 213 South Palafax Sliest, Peatacolt'
;t; Spurling, master of Galveston, she became distrustful of her pny.sician's .
Texas, had just been brought into
The Hiss of Hot Iron.
Progresso, having been seized by tae skill and did not wish to see
Mexican gunboat Vera Cruz. She had him and yet was not bold enough to Why does hot iron make a hissing .
; cola and 'D. L. Taften,' Lumbard master in her ice boxes 3,500 fish. The captain tell him so.! She communicated her sound when thrust into water? l1eauudur.N
U. S. Consul Writes
t at Progresso of Mobile were captured by the whp the reports says is a very state of,mind to her maid. I That is one of the common things

State Department Relativeto Mexican gunboat Vera Cruz, off Ala- intelligent and educated certain man, stated that "L'ave'im to me, mum; l'ave 'im I that ,a majority of people, old as
that he was absolutely
( cranez reef, northeast coast of Yucatan I well as do not to, think
the seizure was made = Matter. charged with illegal fishing' in was clearly outside the legal Jin\f( :;:). By and by the doctor came to the about. The explanation is quite
Mexican waters. Tha crews were
f, A copy of Consul Thompson's report simple: The hot iron into
iLif:: taken with the seized vessels and a door, and Bridget opened it about concerts
large lot of ,fish in the ice bunkers' to has been sent to Senator Mallory of an inch. steam the water particles with whichit
to Senator Culberson,
Florida,
and
APTAINS CLAIM TO HAVE BEEN Progresso, arriving there at 8 p. m., of Texas. one .I "Sorry, sir," said she, "but yecan't comes in contact, and as the steam
r Friday 19 Instant The crews were I flies in it il
come in the day, dochter. upward escaping passes 'I "-
f OUTSIDE OF LEGAL LIMITS ,
then taken to. ;jail. where they were
i held without communication with any When Ammonia !. rueful.: "Can't come in? How's that?'" other water particles not yet evap- std

: WHEN SEIZURES WERE MADE one, according to the Mexican: law,. In removing oil or grease from car "The mistress do be too ill for to orated. The collision thus caused

AND< THIS STATEMENT IS COR until the district judge had taken depositions pets and chairs nothing is more effective see ye the day, air/'.London Tit- produces very rapid vibrations in
etc. As soon as they were than rubbing with a clean cloth Bits. the air, and those vibrations make THE GREAT FOXMade
; ROBORATED BY PASSENGERS at liberty I took charge of them and wet with ammonia. the
noise. '
hissing
a in visible and IDMM i jI'\:\ '
comfortably -
saw ,that they were duly antf For cleaning enameled furniture use "Scratch Your Liver!"
ON STEAMER. every point of merit luism' -
< cared for, housed and fed."Meanwhile any
whiting mixed water to which a little "Scratch liver!1" was theory could desire. ,
the your Light
I had duly advised running
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ammonia has been added. 3
which from of correctness and 'b
American minister at Mexico, and am arose the corner the i w t durabiliu
Washington, D May 14.-The now engaged ,in ascertaining all possible After carpets and rugs: have been busiest and noisest downtown restaurant -' i 2'rt anteed to do the best class of '.-,"

State Department has received a report : details noting names and addresses beaten nothing restores their original about 1 o'clock one after Cot r v, four jears. All cleaning and
from Edward Thompson U. S.Cgnsal ot the witnesses in case the colors so well as to go over them witha The of the i FS Mellen & 1 ing done free for two years. 'J I1
at Progresso relative to the re cases' are to be appealed and carriedto cloth wrung out in ammonia and noon. patrons place has been tested and accepted ."
cent seizure of American fishing vessels Washington. Tha captains of the water. dropped their knives and forks and dreds of thousands, as being
by Mexico. He makes known the two ,Vessels are sure that they were For silver articles and gold chains or looked up in amazement. The waiters ,. : Handle Nothing ::; rrous Gentleman-I say! Here! machine. Will be sent on trig: at
seizure of more vessels than had been beyond1 the legal limit and the passengers ether Jewelry it will be found a good did not act in the least surprised i HI, boy! Call off this brute of a dog, charge. Call on or write? to
,reported. His report in part says: on a Norwegian steamer confirm cleanser and a beautiful polish may be and reached for the bills of fare, But ; will you? "
"Oa the evening of the 18th instant tLlg statement at least as to the'Stearns' put on silver If it is rubbed with whitIng the line Boy-'Ere, come 'ere, will yer? Yer B. BRUCEPENSACOLA
drawing a
that pencil
the American fishing smacks 'Silas The captains state through t THE VERY BESTS know what I told last .
which has been wet with ammonia. yer time don't
"
been fishing in a like man "Liver and bacon
etearns' MaWtano master of Pensa they have 35 cents. The .
When added to mlllc aud rubbed over 1 yen? The nest person as yer bites I'll FLORIDAFor
.' linoleum or cork carpet it acts not only I order came from the superintendent, s of I wring yer bloomin' neekl-Skotcb':
I who had received word from thei
as a cleanser, but a preserver as well.
In allaying inflammation.and Irrita. I i chef that the dish had run out, and Everything. t Sore Nipples Justice of Supreme Coo-t

OHIA6IDUS BlOOUPUISDHtTlIE tioi caused by the bite's of insects it : he was so busy at the time that he .1 .. A cure may be effected by applying Vote for Two:

has a magical"power, and It a drop be i did not think how the shouted com- .. Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the T. L. Clarkeand

applied at once the effect-of tee poisonous mand would sound.-New York Clean heavy clipped White J child is done nursing. Wipe it off

WORST 'DISEASE IN THE WORLD sting will' be immediately ar Mail. .-- --- S Oats. with a soft cloth before allowing the Charles 3. ParkhiitCLEAN
rested. No. 2 White Corn pure Bran child to nurse. Many trained nurses -
Contagious Blood Poison is the worst disease in the world; not only i and Shorts J use this salve with the best results.
: innocent The Care of Bedding. s Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all ..,,.,...__ _
those who contract it suffer but the awful taint is often transmitted to Chick Feed consisting of 20 T1="" = "="" : 111
offspring whose lives are blighted and bodies diseased because the There is no other article-which so SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS. articles for the rapid and druggists.For .
Tints of Contagious Blood Poison has been allowed to remain in the family well repays care and in which the cost s healthy growth of the newly J:

blood. The first sign of this disease contracted Contagion*Blood Poison of replacing and repairing makes it so The Fatal Germ and I Its Remedy Now hatched. Railroad! Commissioners.Vote .
Is usually a little pimple or blister by using a towel used by some infected well worth while for the housekeeperto Facts of Science i Wheat 'and Mixed. Feed for for Two:
and had tom of the the hen. i
person every eym
then arras h breaks out the mouth vile disorder. 'I tried.rerTtkinir beard use eternal vigilance as the mat- It is the rarest thing in the world FRESH LINENS
Condition Powders for horse, E. B. BAILEYand
, ., and throat ulcerate. the hair comes ofbutthedil ..ell'otwor..unUlIheard. tress. for a man to be necessarily bald. No :
; of S. S. S, whIch l commenced and eon.I cow and poultry.
Never leave them uncovered and man whose hair is not dead at the 0Cqnkeys ''
I out, copper colored spots appear on tinnedthetreatment until Iwasentirei s Celebrated Poultry I Nothing gives so -i
the limbs back and breast; and as the well. TW was some time ago andthoroughly I have them swept monthly with a whisk roots, need be bald if he :will use-New Remedies N. A. BUTCH pleasure to anv ('p.,< ;'
.. : have! never seen the slightest sign! of the bro's Herpicide the' scalp antiseptic. roupe cure, cholera i '
\
"
disease more lpollutes the disease since. JOS. 8CHLO IdBL broom, turning up the tufts and brush- new : cure gape cure and lice killer. I I clean, fresh linen .
: blood sores and ulcers form and if 801 Alien Ave.,8t.Loma MO. Ing them free from dust They shouldbe cuts Herpicide the hair off destroys at the the root germthat and : If you live in town telephones For Railroad, Commissioner, I, treat your linenc i .
the trouble is not checked the finger nails drop off, and the soft bonesof thoroughly whipped at least three ; us. for ly, cleanse It Ihor"I.:
cleans the scalp of dandruff and leaves 4 Vote TwoJ ,
the nose and head are destroyed. S. ,S. S. goes down into the Dr four times a year and once duringthe it in a perfectly healthy condition.Mr. i If in neighboring' towns write : I and finish it to pusf!' !
blood and forces out every particle of the middle of winter and once in the Mannett in the Maryland: Block, to us. R. Hudson Burrand -no rough edg?
: poison and makes a complete and lastingcure. beat of summer should be left out during Butte. :Mont, was entirely bald. In s tate. Won't you !t "'

S S S As soon as the system gets under the the whole day for, a good chillingand less than a month Herpicide had removed call for yours?
influence of the remedy the symptoms begin sunning. 'PUlows'a bolsters the enemies of hair growth, I } N. A Hitch.
e to pass away, and,when the cure is complete should have the same treatment'much and nature did its work. by coveringhis F. S. MELLEN & CO. The Star Steam

PURELY VEGETABLE.the patient is left in perfect health... So more frequently and should have slipcovers head with thick hair an inch long, : For Railroad Commissioners. ,
thoroughly does s. S. S. rid the system of the of muslin the same as ,mat and in six weeks he had a normal suit Phone 334.Pensacola i Vote for Two; .Laundry.
virus that signs of the disease are ever seen in after years, and posterityis of hair. For sale by W. A. D'Alem-
no tresses. The frequent handling of pillows
berte, druggist and ;; 121 E. B. BAILEYand
apothecary'
blood Book with complete instructions for i Fla. 37 ESarflen Phone 11*
born with a rich, pure supply. exposes them to soil and they South Palafox street or send lOo in : St
home treatment and any medical advice desired will be given without charge. are unpleasant to the fastidious person stamps for sample to the Herpicide Ptnsacola, Fir.

j THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GArY if faded and not perfectly cleaa. Co. Detroit Mich. :...N1N.1..N..........i N. A. GLITCH I II ,...,......,....- :

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-' ---- -' ---, THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDA? MORNING, MAY ,15, 1906 '* PAGE NINE llJi J1 i

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BATTLE OF BALLOTS .' ;1. L -Ic-i"-- -ii-=-- ; ,;:'t'!;ij -i
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STEPHENS[ [N IA 1;


tit a WILL BE FOUGHT TODAY ,


IJ INNING ETHVOTERS t 0 i S "4I1: : J J

Voters Will next legislature, M. 0. Baggett Chas.
,
Nominate State, Congressional M. Coston, }J. Jacoby; J. E.'Long, Geo. # '
,. ,. T Morgan and Jerry J Sullivan Jr., "
..- Ji .
$ Senatorial. and nominated.are the candidates. Two are to be 1 T[ 't 1.ii. ,-:, .' f ,

County Candidates John G. Welsh, J. Ed. Williams andT. H'- 'J" .\,
1 1 11' "
F. '
Wrighton are seeking the nomin- -"-
---- ation for county, treasurer, while N. '

A CLEAN CAMPAIGN pulling McK. Oerting against and.each J.other S. Roberts for the tax are Candidate for.Congress Delivers A LANDSLIDE OF VALUES ;lltrf

1 J .. collectorship. W. W. Richards, has an :
't, cGrey ".,'
easy thing for tax assessor being. with- Address at Fisfierville toGocd'M.

out,opposition., \" i .
The candidates members of the d "i-F;; 'r :, '

All ,Aspirants are Sanguine of Board of!'Public Instruction'in Districts '. :-". f>!i: t I .=' \f' '

Their ucc3ss, 1 G and DeSilva 2 William, are E.without Anderson opponents and H, Jefferson B.-Stephens- ?of"candidate for Bought; at the I3! Claflin May 'WfH!;

or Gray while W. M. Agerton and W. B. Hub- congress from the thirds i ,district, ad, i
: r bard are contesting for the honor ;u dressed a large crowd"at Fishervllle!

way, spells I POLLS WILL OPEN AT 8 A. M, AND District is without 3. Supervf-or opposition.of RegistrationScott last man night of the meeting.John Monger was' chair Sale, Consisting of Printed and' JUHl

fashionable CLOSE AT SUNSET, 6:46: O'CLOCKQVAUFIED County Commissioners. The other candidates who spoke
the color!
were James M. Andrews, candiate for
for May. LIST OF VOTERSIS There is a lively battle for county county: commissioner, J. Lomax Bell, Woven Wash Fabrics Manufacti1Jl1Ip ,

commissioner in every district exceptone. for justice of the peace, district 2, N. .
OVER TWENTYIX.HUNDRED ::1 of.) ; ,
J. B. Roberts and C. F.: Zeek' '
If think is for tax
you grey not your McK. Oerting collector T. F.
candidates in District 1 John A. I ;-1 1urers'
color, wait till you see the va -THE DETAILS.The are Wrighton for county treasurer, J. E. Short life !
MerrItt and William J. Sennott, in 2 Long Jerry Sullivan, Jr. and M. Ja- Lengths Etc. Etc. [
riety of colors this season. In James M. Andrews, A. C. Blount Jr., for ,:
coby, candidates the legislature,
grey. and \V.; A. Shelby, in 3 and W. P. : >
J. G. Welsh for county treasurer and
One of the most important great political sweepstake race Brownson. H C Clopton and John .A. Rube Nichelsen, who is, seeking the ; )
Wiggins, In 4 James A. Steward .iui M ..
features in our clothing is the in Florida, the third,congressional district office of justice of the peace of District iJn
.
:5 i, is without opposition.There !
the second state senatorial district ,'. THIS SALE Will BEGIN TOMORROW
fit Come try on one of our and in Escambia county in particular is a hard battle on for justice
of the peace of District 2, J. L. I The crowd was orderly and much
Strin-Bloch Suits be
and see. what will run to-day. Of courseit '
enthusiasm was manifested.The "
Fell, J. D. Goss, R. L. Nichelsen: and '
we are doing to the tailor. is odds on wager as they say in George J. Slocum are seeking the speech making closed the cam- 1
lace horse parlance, that some of the
pafgn.
candidates will be left at the post, that nomination. AND CONTINUE THROUGH THE WEEK :fii

is, will be placed ia the also ran Committeemen.In Remember JOHN G. WELSH: today
class after
the votes counted. .
L MTHESQI are for treasurer. ,,' :
named
a county
This is not said in a disparaging spirit addition to the offices ; ,
chairman and secretary of the county : ,
of any candidate seeking office, but! = ,, !.
democratic executive committee, to-
ts the undeniable truth.; EARLY CLOSINGSEVERAL
with members from each
In, the democratic primary which gether cinct will be nominated.Polls pre- 2500 yards Beautiful Figured Lawns. 5c value 3-1 2c J ; f'
takes place to-.day-1he, voters :of the: -i., ;
state and Escambia county will' assist to Open. SEEMS ASSURED

In'nominating of 1 the supreme candidates'court, two,for candidates justices morning The polls and"will remain open at open 8 o'clock until sunset this- 2500 yards Beautiful Figured Organdies 6 l-2c I value 4c :> J : ':.;


candidate for railroad commissioners from anda the 6:46: p. m. All the ballots are /FIRMS HAVE SIGNED TO 3000 Beautiful 7c value :'
Batiste
forcongress yards Figured 5c
"
I ready and the inspectors and clerksof t
third distri and will select candidate
t.
a t
election have been named. Th CLOSE AT NOON ON FRI
..
PATENT At APPLIED FOR. for in, addition senator' 'from to' the the'seoon county officesto diStrict !- voting used booths in the which city have and other heretoforeteen portions DAYS. 2000 yards B. B. C. Zephyr Ginghams, 8c value . 5l2c7c I .f ;,. '

all| Druggists. be filled.

MUS-QU1T-U MFG. CO., Supreme Court Judge. day. of the county will be used to- 'Early closing on Friday seems to bea .' 50 pieces A. F. C. New Styles Ginghams (Oc value ';
,
Jacksonville. Fla.COTTRELL For justices of the highest tribunalin certainty in Pensacola. Some time ;,
the state there are three candidates Qualified Voters. ago committee of women inaugurated
and two to be nominate the movement, which it :
Tax Collector Roberts has completed now appears .
A of all votes cast must
majority hisroll of qualified voters and will be brought to a successful
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. be secured to obtain the nomination. It shows 1,709 in the city and 916 In consummation. "

Pe sacola. Fla. Those seeking this important office the country. total of 2,626. Several prominent ''business firms Great in Linens H :

,' are Parkhill Thomas and James A. Clarke'B. ,TOiitfield, Charles, the B. have signed a petition agreeing to Bargains Houselceeping L !j : < .
DIAMONDSSomething for' Remember JOHN G. WELSH today close their places of business at noon,
re
l latter< two being candidates
Neat and New in Them election. for county treasurer. commencing June 1 and continuinguntil '

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Paafoi! L William B. Lamar, the present rep October 1.
size Sheets torn and hemmed worth
500 full
In order
that the
public be
. resentative of the third congressional CONDENSED STORIES. may ,
aware ,of- the firms who have signed 59
district seeking to be returned and G '
is .
PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE. BELL. he is opposed( by Jefferson D. Stephensof the petition: the following list of namesis 65c, at this sale.-___ _______________________________ "
1870. Jackson county. Prisoner Wasn't Impressed With His 'given: W. J. & B. Forbes. William

Kodak Supplies. Finishing tor Amateurs.R. ''Four candidates are announced for Array of Legal Talent. Johnson & Son, T. H. Lannon & Com

K. WHITE, b railroad nominated.commissioner They are and, two Thomas.are to J. told Secretary Shaw the other Smithof day pany E. Brawner,. Louis,Friedman Standard &Clothing Company Company F.:' 100 large full size Bed Spreads, all! beautiful pat '

a story on Representative 98
White & Xix
A. Watson
Newton ,
Appleyard, E. B. Bailey Parker& c ;
Watchmaker Manufacturing: Jeweler and Graduaet BUtch and B. Hudson Burr. The last Iowa when the latter was a fledge Reese Company, S. H. Kress & Com, terns regular 1.25 values, this sale____________
S. Palates '
Cptician. Street. Pensaeola Fla.
named desires to be again nominated. ling attorney and anxious to makea pany, B. Gerson, W. M.Falk, !Marston ;
Easy for Beard.: reputation for himself. A prison. & Quina, The John White. Store Sol "
John S. Beard, candidate for state Cahn &' Company, Rosenau & Gerelds, ,1'
Tersely ToldThe senator from this district, has no oppo- H. 0. Anson, H. Mueller, Klein Grocery 50 dozen Pillow Cases wide hem,. 36x45, reg- ,
sition, and is sure of nomination. Mr. 4 Company, Joseph Coleman, Pen. 15 G

smacks Angelina and Nettie B. Beard is doing his best to get out the sacola :Abstract Company, RhodesFutchJCollins ular 25c value, this salet' ______ ________ _____.,-__ ___ .
Howard of the fleet of Saunders: & full democratic,. vote in the primary to- ,, / Furniture Company,'

Co., arrived yesterday with a catch of day. a Avery Hardware and Supply Company,I ,
3,000 snappers.A County Officers. x t tti :Meyer Shoe Company ,, L Jacoby '
!15c to be sold
of 'The ,voters of Escambia county are I II Nordstonh Millinery Rider Ftfrniture:t 2000 yards Regular Embroidery 10c
and
party twenty-six ladies are to a certain extent interested in CompanysIt'Be.rin;Fisher Furniture! *

gentlemen, chaperoned by Mrs. Daniel the state and .congressional results, House, P. Stonj; ,p'.ana J. Meyer, M.; at ..__ ____ __ ..:.
---------------- ------ ------- -- -
Mrs. Geo. -
Burgin and Edgar spent --------
but the main interest of course is cen & 0:?. lothmg-Store, PensacoTa 'Shoe
Sunday pleasantly at the Life Saving I tered in the county; contests. The Parlor, N. G. Forchemier, SolomonFHiraiture :
Station. A fish crab din-
delicious and I
campaign has been good natured one Ji I Company, Harrison Brothers
' ei' was preiparsd by L. K. Bauer, ".'a3HI'Hd throughout on the part of all candi-- J. A. Van Pelt, J. M. Cos, C. R., 1000 extra large Huck Towels, 22x44, regular
: at noon and greatly enjoyed.In 13c '
dates for the other. It is true each Johnson, N. C. McMillan. .
candidate has worked like trojan to 20c value this sale----------------------------------
a class! by itself-ue Ribbon achieve victory for himself, as has his ,
OFFICE BOYS ASKING:
Vanilla Extract Absolutely pure. friends, but the work has been cleaa
Goes twice as far as other kinds and and above petit politics and has been FOR: A HALF HOLIDAY' '

the flavor is perfection. fair ,and honorable., -
Legislative" Candidates. I The office boys of PenSacola are

There ar z sir aspirants who desire,, circulating a petition aSking for a

NECROLOGY to represent Escambia county in the i'A half ginning holiday June on 1st Friday Thg afternoons petition has be-: No Yard Goods Charged at These Prices.

Mrs. M. A. Bass. Ii I i teen signed by the following
Ii i Ii E. T. Davis Sullivan & Sullivan! '
Mrs. ai. Bass, mother of 0. L. i ; ,
A.
i ti ,
i 3iount & Blount. Lee Daniell, H. H. -r: ; ? : :. :
Bass, of Pensacola's promi-
one most
TBS PRISONER EYED THE BUDDEfQ AT- Boyer, W. B. Sheppard, Leslie E. : -
nent citizens, died suddenly )'ester-I Coffee TO T1"8. Brooks, L. S. Brown & Co., D. Hale I l I --.-- ---
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home
Wilson, Scott M. Consolidated
of her son, 14 East Gonzalez street.At er was brought; before the bar in. Naval Stores Co.. Loftin.Patillo Campb"II"Avery ;IJEffERSON <:
STEPHENS
: the time of 'her demise Mrs. Bass Hurts the criminal court in Iowa, but he & Avery, The J. R. SaundersCo. D. 'Great ,

was 73 years of age and had enjoyed was not represented by a lawyer. .
excellent health up until the time of "Where i3 ?"
lawyer inquiredthe
your
death. Mr. Bass bid his mother good- "--- YESTERDAY:
IN NSACOLA
On-eln judge who,presided."I .
b\p shortly before noon and took the ,
11 .53;) a. m. train out of the city. He have none," responded the pris Good" Reduction inEveasses
6Just
\ as informed of the death of his moth. oner. as I I !

ei by a telegram which reached him at .ThreeIt "Why haven't you?" I J i tart r4hi9R I, ''
e srP1
Plomaton, and returned last evening.'Mrs. "Haven't any money with which PaiE II I Representative l Lamar's Opponent JI F
1!
Bass had been on a visit to 'J' to 84t
her son for the past six months from is difficult to make,people ,believe pay a lawyer Spent Day Talking With; Democratic I A '
"Do want ? asked
her old home in Lake City, South Carol that coffee is an absolute) poison to at you a lawyer You never hear of a paint ItInthan :
:na, to which point her remains were least one person out'of? every: three, the judge. Pure White Lead and Pure Linseed OiL Voters I
snipped last night accompanied her ,but people are siowly\ finding it out, "Yes, your honor." "Just as good" is what they say. Pure I
'
grief stricken son and others. Mr. Bass although thousands of them suffer terribly There is yalte I. Smith, John White Lead and Pure Linseed Oil are T !, %. y 9if
aa> the sympathy of a large circle of before they discover the, fact.A Brown George Green said the acknowledged to be the standard by whichall
,
friends'in' his sad and irreparable loss New York hotel man-says: "Each paints are measured.The Col. Jefferson D. Stephens, candi-
time after drinking coffee .became judge; pointing ,to a, lot of young skillful painter invariably prefers to date for congressional honors, was in ; We are now selling
restless, nervous and'excited, so thatI attorneys who werE! about the court Bce it, and mix it himself. lie knows that the city yesterday interviewing the .6 t 'i
Mrs. E. W. Walker his business is best built by the I in the interests a' '' K' ..try.tPp F
reputation
was unable to sit five minutes in one waiting for something to turn up, voters of Escambia county
Mrs. E. W. Walker, an old residentcf place= was also inclined to vomit and "and Sir. Alexander ia out in the use of that paint which will give you the of his candidacy. Mr. Stephens S t
-h:s city died yesterday afternon at suffered from loss of sleep, which got most satisfactory results. says that he has within: the last r? F f : tlawkes'
1 dock at the family residence on corridor. He knows Pure White Lead wears evenly, ten days passed through the entire ,
WPSI street The deceased worse and worse. The eyed the budding attorneys and when ground in Pure Linseed Oil has I t
i Jackson "A lady said that perhaps coffee was prisoner district and is quite sure of nomination -
nag' a devout church member' and her the cause of my trouble, and suggest. in the courtroom and aftera greater adhesive elasticity force than and judging from the many enthusiastic g t t I 1$2.50 Eye Glasses
if has been devoted to assisting Tallahassee,
< ed that I try Postum Coffee. ,laugh critical survey stroked his chin other I demonstrations at vtvys' f
ethers. whenever possible. The funer- ed at the though that coffee hurt me, and said, "Waal,'I gueSs I will take any known. paint Marianna, DfFuniak and other paints: : for :;
tIwi9ltakeplacefromthofam'ily'I reslience I' said that since his .
insisted hard that I finally Mr. Stephens ,
but she : so Mr. Alexander. -New York World. He knows,too, that .'
< Wednesday morning at 11 Mr. Lamar Mari
had some Postum made. I have been the best results are joint debate with at "
o<'!ock. Interment In St. John's cem using it in place of coffee ever since, Illustrated. obtained only when anna, there has been a complete land ''f'fI
ftt'lj' for I noticed that all my former nerve Happily the paint is mixed I slide toward himself and that he has ; $1.25 I
Chestine Pidusen. ousness and irritation' disappeared. I Lord Odo Russell while calling on with special reference every assurance that M:. Lamar will I, '. rI

The funeral of Chest'ne Pidusen, began to sleep perfectly, and.the Pos Prince Bismarck during the sittingof to the surface to be I I be defeated. I '"!
'he Norwegian sailor who was killed turn tasted as good or 'better than the the Berlin conference asked him painted.To "If I am elected," said Mr. Stephens,, I Il.

hi) a fall on his iboat, occurred yester old coffee so what was the use ,of how he managed to rid himself of make sure of "I am going to work unceas'rigly: for! JEFFERSON STEPHENS '
the best White Lead tell your painter to use Third Congressional: District, and IV// As Alemberte
say afternoon at. 2 o'clock. Interment sticking to a beverage that was ruin- that class of importunate visitors will the do all that I can for Pensacola, I s ,
In ?
St. John's cemetery. ing"One me day on' an excursion up the whom he could not well refuse to RED SEALPure its harbor: and its various Interests,1 trict and helped to bring the fair toDeFunial "

Remember JOHN G. WELSH today country I remarked to a young lady see, but whose room he found preferable White Lead and all that I can to have the naval' & believing that it would help Druggist and / cth2cary,

for friend on her, greatly improved ap. to their company. Made by the Old Dutch Process station improved in everyway poss.ble. !- and Invite Penacoi3; Fla
county treasurer. ." to develop Western Florida 121 South, Palafox Street t ,
pearance. She explained, that some "Oh," replied the chancellor! "1 Your interest and the painter's are iden
is a native of Jackson I the investment of capital ..
TREASURY' DEPARTMENT, office of time' before she had Quit using coffee have method. My tical. Adulterated paint Mr. Stephens --- ;
a simple defeated,
very Florida, and is a friend to; "Mr. Lamar should be
the Supervising: Architect, Washing: and taken Postum. She had and'her gaineda wife knows them pretty well, and k will peel, crack or blister, the county hand"of labor. He was brought,I says Mr. Stephens, "because he retards -I ens, "Mr. Lamar oppresses; the poor !
of pounds laid
number f however skillfully on.
ton. D. C., Ma9, 1906.SEALED of the district, and the laboring classes and at least
himself
palpitation of the heart, when she sees they are with me she The result for you is an early up on a farm, improved by I the development
ROPO9A1LS'
will be received at this former days and noons.,: is In position to be of any one poor man is now serving a five
in the ears, trmeb- generally contrives to come in and expenditure for repainting, study at nights, rainy and not a
ace until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th humming and for him dis. he taught school engaged in I I service to the district. Mr. Lamar deserted year sentence in the state penitentiary
fla.of June, 1S06, and then opened, ling of the ,hands and legs and call me, away upon some pretext or credited reputation.a the Later mercantile business, studied law democracy and voted pure re- sent there by Mr. Lamar's efforts,
for plumbing and sewerage at Santa other disagreeable feelings had disap- other." 1 admitted to the practice of l publicanism as advocated by Dingley,rand when appealed to for mercy by
Rosa Quarantine Station, Pensaeola, peared. She recom ended,and me was to He had scarcely finished speaking A Bead for wreral a booklet handsome containing the and profession was June 14, 1900. He wag I', McKinley and otters and Mr. Ltnsrused ( the ladies of Tallahassee, he treated
Postum
Fkrida, In accordance with drawings quit coffee and take reproduction of taxation them with utter indifference. He
increase
find that I had when the princess put her head in actual ho"ru"l nominated in the first primary to rep his influence to
and speclflcation: copes: of which may very much surprised'to at the door and said PURE falnable ritrgestions resent. Jackson county in the last during the last session of the state; could have given this man ,his liberty;
t' had at this office or at the office of already made the change. j : for punting a color jour schema hou.... IB A notwithstanding! he legislature to the extent of $:MOOO in t and made h'.s! wife and children hapPy *
legislature
the Custodian ot the Station, Pensaco- "She said her brother had also received "My dear, you must come and tot for paint punts lafcbo state of the leading twenty Mr. Lamar is out of the "
some
la, Florida, at the discretion of the great benefit from leaving off take your medicine.. You ought to '7 JJ mnO-i.u.: given.LEAD COMPANY was opposed of the by county. district years.nearly all of the time except j Col. Stephens left this morning foi '

Rupervlsing Architect James Knox coffee and taking. on Postum Food have had it an hour ago."-New QarU'.l I0 lII St.StdaafsM I citizens iMr. Stephens is an advocate of the when asking for a reendorsement"And his home at )Marianna where he will.*

Saylor ISmaetilPOd t Supervising_ Architect -.Coffee."There's". a reason." r I York Mail FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS progressive development of the dis- further." continued Mr. Steph- vote todaJ'T -,'






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llbe; )1tujalola I Ifmnal PEOPLE Cornelius eapafp N. Bliss OF Coatrlbatioaa, who THE has, I$I --; T j- I It


I Endorsement of Pensacola Bar !
.' to unpleasant notoriety .In, : ,
with the political contributions of
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. \ew York Life Insurance com --' :

of New York's successful' "i. tbrthe I
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY one '
i < chants. For many years he has Democratic Voters of Escambia county:

...BY... t prominent in national politics and j t- > .

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. r paigns(Lug the has last been four treasurer presidential&f the:: 1' We the undersigned members of the Pensacola Bar, respectfully recommend I


' ,publican national,committee.! ..-*to. the Democratic voters of Escambia county the '
.
j FRANK It Hs alleged that Mr. Bliss r .
L. MAYES, President and Goner Manager. ;
I ,'I; contributions from the. New York "

.1 MEMBER n THE ASSOCIATED- PRESS.- vice through president George of W.. the. Perkins company,' "H Hon. T. L Clarke

Perkins arrest ,tharged with m

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. larceny Is a late development of gJx: ,

-5 One Year.. ... ..... .. .....J5 00 Ono MOnth........ ......... *5 of Jefferson countyr as a fitting : to the Ron* J. B. Whitfield Associate
.:,. Six Mouths...... .......... 2 50 One Week .. .............. II(* ,
Three Months... ... .... ... 125 Weekly Edition per year..51 O( f : Justice of the Supreme Court. We solicit the support of the voters of this county


The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed r. for Mr. Clarke in the Primary Election called to be held on May 15 We en-


i Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. dorse Mr. Clarke as a lawyer of experience and ability and an honorable man.

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f-. Offices, 108 and 110 East. I Papers on Sale on Trains W. A. Blount, John S, Beard, Geo. P. Wentworth, R. P. Reese,

[, _Government. Phone 38. and at all Newsstands.PEXSACOLA. John Smithwick, A. C Binkley, W. A. Blount, Jr. Leslie Brooks,

.IyM.M..wIYaM..L..eM. E E. Crenshaw, }J. P. Stokes, Thos. ,Pebley, Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr.

f.- FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING: ;15. 1906 u y J. J. Sullivan, E. T. Davis, James R. Landrum, W. L. Zachary.

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J The Duty of Democrats I I Carmack was overwhelmingly. !defeated r t

the result must be wormwood and -
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Today gall, double-distilled for the man who
THE BAGPIPE. The effect of this will instrumenton blown by the player! ;) the drones be-
-" It Is the duty of every democrat to made such an ass 'of himself !in the
the highland soldiers is marvel ing placed over the shoulder the THE
g t candidates who are nominated In this 1904. y Is the Only Musical Instrument Dis ous. Above the rattl? of musketryand lowland ba, pipe,, which is providedwith
tinctly National. the turmoil and roar of the bat- a bellows for supplying the
i. primary will be the ones who will be OOBXELTUS(. BltffiS.
elected'at i R. Hudson Burr and N. A. Bliteh the bagpipe of Scotland is the tlefield the inspiring notes of the wind; the Northumberland bagpipe,
the general election next should be elected railroad commis matter. The warrant on which rely instrument of, which it may V pibroch have spoken encouragementto which is smaller and sweeter in tone TAXPAYERS'MONEY
:
November and therefore the result today Perkins was arrested charged
,: will be equivalent to an election. sioners and The Journal trusts that larceny of $48,702.50 from the said that it is distinctly national. the Highlanders and led them than the former two, and the Irish

:Many ,citizens will no doubt go tot Escambia county will be solidly for of the New York Life. This, was The violin, the flute, the horn and bravely fony rd. At the battle of bagpipe, which is a much more complicated
them. other instruments common to Quebec when the retreating instrument.-St.James' Ga
the polls to-day, only to find that theyf' sum which Mr. Perkins told the are troops were
ire not qualified and cannot vote. This strong committee he had recelv many nations,-but the bagpipe is pe- in disorder, and the conflict zette. TV

always happens to a greater or lesser i"it; reimbursement for money paid by culiar to Scotland, and, although it had most discouraging aspect,'the i -

extent but, an account of the change SENATOR BOB TAYLOR .* on. behalf of the company to does not now 'occuPY.the position it general complaint was about the demoralization Mark Tw in'li Toast.

( in the law requiring the earlier pay- OF TENNESSEE national A Bliss committee treasurer In of the the once did, it is found in no other in Frazer's corps. Mark Twain, who celebrated his If you want a BUSINESS B0 \ !1

ment of pool tax this year more citizens -. *: 1904. country.In "Sir," said an officer, "you did seventieth birthday not long ago, is of county commissioners-a I -j

than is usual will probably be de--! >> Memphis Commercial- ppea1. # Mr. Bliss is a native of the days when the notorious very wrong in forbidding the pipers I i still able to enjoy life with the zest that will spend the tax-paver ;

'f. .aied the privilege of voting. setts and is seventy-three years Rob Roy committed his depredations to play. Nothing inspirits the high- i of a Peter Pan, nor has he appar- In the interests of the tax.pa. -,-

There is, however, no, excuse for He was secretary of the t when the Vich Ian Vohrs lived landers so much. Even now they ently forgotten the delights of stol mark your ballot today as fo!'"i\,,'

f: anyone on the ground of non-payment i. The next senator from Tennessee President McKinley's first cabinet. securely in their highland fastness would be of some use." en sweets, for the other day when .
j will. sport a bald head. and kept their dignified social "Let them blow then said the For Commissioner
of poll tax. The Journal warned! the up temperance organizations were under County Dito !,
The fight between Carmack and Fine Work. position-in the stirring times general.So (Vote for one)
Ii Public in plenty of time so that every discussion his contribution to
Taylor for the former's seat in the They were having a hearing on Df which Sir Walter Scott has told the started well knownair .
pipers a
i! citizen who so desired had chance to the debate and whether he
a senate has been characterized -- spokefor
by metric system before the house J. B. ROBERTS.X
j t qualify before the time limit expired. many sharp passages and picturesque mittee on coinage weights and :as-the bagpipe player was one of and the highlanders rallied and or against he left his audienceto C. F. ZEEK.

": We trust that those who are qualified incidents.I Cannack is one of the most ures. the important personages in the bravely returned to the charge. decide, as the true humorist always -
will do their trenchant speakers in the south, while chieftain's retinue, and these maybe Some say that the bagpipe came does this brief remark
f "Tell said
J duty by voting todayi me, Representative -was : For
: Bob Taylor bubbles with humor County Commissioner, DI-- \oVole .
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over considered the of the down from the Romans others thatit
1 and that those who failed to qualify I and possesses a magnetic personalitythat man of Washington to a witness as palmy days ; "Taking the pledge will not make ( for one)

i< wul learn a lesson in the duty of citizenship makes an audience his own five the bureau of standards, "could instrument. came through the northern nations bad liquor good, but it will improve
i) L, that will be of profit to them minutes after he has begun to speak. you men take the little end of Within the region more strictly of Scotland. At any rate, it it"-New York Tribune. X JNO. A. 'MEERITT.WM. .
": in the years to come. Carmack has become during his and whittle it down to such a known as t highlands its shrill seems to have always been one of the J. ,SENNOTT.For .
i nine :rears of congressional life a point that he could then take the note was the first sound that fell on musical instruments of the Celtic

national figure. He has made some of a mouse, push .out the pith the ears of infancy. It charmed'therude /ace. Bedroom Carpet. County Commissioner Dis1 No 1.
y f The Journal hopes that C. F. ZEEK remarkably able addresses in the sen- use the cavity for a tube?" When furnishing house it is a good (Vote for one)
1\ JOHN ate; but it has been rather relent Caledonians in times of ,joy The pipe mentioned in ancient to have the kind of
,;. and \ A. MERRITT will each receive as a 'Sure! said the witness : plan same carpetIn
i :: a majority of the votes to-day less critic that he has won recogni tically. "That would be coarse and comforted them in scenes of history was simply what is known as all the bedrooms. One with a small JAS. II. ANDREWS.
f tion. It is! to this peculiarity of talent for us." mourning. It. animated their he- the shepherd's reed. After a time sbag pattern Is best Wben the carpet be- X A. C. BLODNT, JR.
? for
t'. county commissioner. They are no doubt that his defeat is due, That i in battle and them added and4sn1 the .
roes welcomed"1 wa) equently gins to wear or It is necessary to move W. A. SHELBY.For
1 BUSINESS; ) MEN and Eacambia he has had hand in I
'.. county needed a making some Retail and Wholesale back from their ceufiicfs, and wherever drones"or bwdepl. There are four to another house the best parts of two
should have at least / exposures of official
:; two businessmen rascality is entirely true, and he has Too mileage of General their chiefs went it accompa-: forms o'f the modern bagpipe-the may be sewed together and the carpet County Commissioner DisLN": t

i 1:.:: finances In and the attends body which handles its often applied the probe where it was .Wood :wu before the senate. 'ni Ltheii'l, evlrftq th _orate! ;great hig !arid.. bagpinewhichis will be almost as good as new. (Vote for one)
to the taxpayers'Irterests. badly needed; but the exposer and .tee on military affairs.
I I t .:' It should be to the interest the prosecutor and the critic do not ,Wood was originally a doctor,M'I W. P. BRO "SON'.

. i' of every tax-payer, small as well! as ordinarily make fri .lds by the exercise ,: marked Secretary Taft who was X H. C. CLOPTON.
t \ of their peculUr talents. Wit is fying. JNO. A. WIGGINS.
:. large, to vote to-day for Messrs. Mer-
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pore apt to make enemies than i
_ hUt and Zeek. "And now he's a soldier, said
! ; friends. Carmack, however made tor Scott For County Commissioner Dist v; ',
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plenty of both.
"Yes," put in Senator Pettus, "he (Vote for one)
Bob Taylor has won his way Into gone cut of the retail business of X JAS. R. STEWARD.
Stuffing Ballot Boxes
the senate at last. He has won by virtue -
Ing people Into the wholesale.
i. of his kindly humor and his magnetism. ..
in Tennessee --- -- .. .. .. .
The people of Tennessee by a York World. -- -- '-- -- .. .--. : : ,
It will be a matter of gratification. majority have shown that they wantedhim -- THE CAR SEAT PROBLEM TESTIMONIAL NO 3002.. for Remember treasurer.JOHN G. WELSH todav
county
J their senator. The Land Office Fraud. -
to democrats generally that the swell- ass He has carried SOLVED "BY PRcF..SURETNhNG. M1DEARPROFE550R.ITREDYOuReULLrOGSLAST!
most of the counties of East: Tennes Representative Binger NIGHT.COMING HOMEAlO HAD THREE SEATS ALL TO ; )
headed I Senator from Tennessee, E, W., see, though his majorities are small.1 Oregon who has just been MY5ELF.YWm PLAN IS I MM W! .ENCLOSED F\n| +
1; tiarmack, was unmercifully drubbed in owing no doubt to the fact that the trial on an indictment charging 43 Per ANNUM ENT.'TLES: CHECK FORTHREfi YEARS, SUBSCRIPTION {N I, ? The Journal Printed
, r Saturday's primary election there, Democratic vote of that division of the with conspiring to defraud the EVERY SUBSCRIBER Vi* "a ADVANCE. !
;, it will also be a matter of surprise butl state is small. In middle Tennesseehe States government out of a 4' TO ALLTHEPRIVILEGES WuoucfiTO !I iI 1CU./flB5iJ[! During April, 1906,
seems to have carried three-ofurthg AND FACILITIESOFMYONLYKELIABL'ETLAN CMREaTED ( 13 THIS A t ti
that the supporters of this impudent I of the counties, and his majoritY' ther* Its public lands is now serving pOG SNUYIILiI a Total of
egotist went the limit in ballot-box is apt to reach 12,000. In West Tennessee eighth term In congress. More i
: stuffing and other illegal attempts to I Taylor has carried a large majority year ago he was jointly Indicted FOHSECURlKGASEATimA1PUBLIC,
' : 'elect their candidate. The MemphisCommercialAppeal of the counties, but the transparent Senator John H. Mitchell, who CONVEYANCEM|
fraud perpetrated in ,Shelby found guilty on trial and who PEACE AND COMFOHT
", ki published in Shelby county by a small coterie of political! shortly after his conviction. From 149,500COPIES
county, Carmack's home, which Pirates will make this division of the to 1003, during an interim in his

_ gave,that gentleman over 5,OOO majority state very close.We gressional career, Mr. Hermann
; ,,says: have no doubt that the new commissioner of the general land i
The Commercial Appeal regrets to senator will measure up fully to .the
I of his
that expectations friends. Bob Tay
lay yesterday's primary election
.. r In Shelby county was a criminal farce. for has had much experience in public or an Average of
life. He has been a congressman, and
IJ We have taken no sides in the senatorial -
IBS has been three times the I .
i governorof y
campaign, but have endeavored ( ,
r to treat the state. He has been a faithful
each candidate
f fairly.
t i felt that they were both democrats W6j n ;I servant of the Democratic party and 5,980
I on more than one occasion: be' has.
: -r .
good standing and that the state sacrificed his ambition TESTIMONIAL NO.41011.MYDEARPR4FFSSOR. TESTIMONIAL No.87001,
to be
wquld sustain a sea YOUR KID 15 TRAINED
no damage in the elec TO THE
tor of the United States and has made: SECOND. MY PEAR PROFESSOR.. THAT BASKET OF DAILY
j tion of either of them. We urged X3gND YOU A SKETCHHEREWITHMOWING HOW
i.. the political workers the importance upon way for others. There was of course I HE CAUSED THE< 3 ATS NEAR U3 TO BE VACATED.Hf*3 CHEESE WORKED LIKE A CHARM, I HAD THE WHOLE FERRY
j s of a fair election. no Impropriety In his running against: APEAC ,BUT SOMEONE WIU KILL HIM YET / v\ CABIN TO M ELFYBUR3TRULY The following figures show Thp p. n,
j t Memphis( has not Senator Carmack. The senatorship! YOURS/ TRUi.Y. ASr HIyKr i
I
occupied a creditable to II I 1'y i sacola Journal's circulation foica
belongs It .
no man. must be won in J.IUBU3SESTIMONIAL ''jiWEEHAWKIIi.
t position recently in her elections, honorable combat. Any citizen has a / it r/ Q' day durin'g the month of April'. 1" ,
4- end! we hoped that In the senatorial .
primary she would right to enter the lists, and if by his : with the average number of .-pit;
t 7 recover some of he ,7 i/I ,
good, right arm wins the victory he
her lost reputation. But dally:
j yesterday'sprimary -
is fully entitled to It. _
j : was simply a burning dis- We have no doubt that Gov. Taylor I \ April 1, 6,200 April 16. ... .
a Ii-' rrace. will wear his senatorial laurels (i 'M April 2, ... April 17. 30J
. :. There was.no interest taken here inyesterday's L4RaV 3, 5,850 18, 5,9W
April
wisely and well. He is a man of fine ) April
election and not one-half 4, 19, 590J
5,900
tatlve ability and he will bring a April April
L. of the normal 'VOte was cast Ther rarely charming personality to the ; April 5, 5,950 April 20, 'i.9JJ
It scaled down ;\L : \ I
was If
accordingly. ; \p' 9CJ
Memphis who does not know that 553 senate We do not doubt but that April 6, 5,950 April 21. J I
." body will be vastly improved by the April 7, 6,000 April 2'2. o'-J I
I votes were not cast in the First ward
presence of one whose genial humor lyr-L. 8, 6,600 23.
April April i
J i f t or Fifth 939 or in 512 the In Ninth the, Fourth or 618 or in 615 the in!' has made thousands of people forget ,: April 9, ... April 2';. ; ,i: i
(, the Sixth. the sorrows and cares of life. 'U\ April 10, 5,900 April 25. ,9JJ 1
t ,;.,... In one of the wards where 133 We extend our congratulations to -9\ April 11, 5,900 April 20. = 'n I
t the successful candidate, while at the ; '1-3 i
t rotes had been cast at 3 o'clock, there April 12, 5,900 April 27
; k were over 800 ballots in the box by same time we,cannot refrain from expressing April 13, 5,850 April 28, :-o !
f ?' .4 o'clock when the polls were closed. our regret that his defeated April 14, 5,900 April 29. t 2 :
rival should be so able and brillianta .
"'-; This was found to be 200 or 300 more No.900.003. A PUBLIC April 15, 6,250 April 30
man as Edward W. Carmack.
t -' than the white. voters In the ward soft I BUfGEB HEIt3Ll..1fN.and MYDMR PROFESSOR.- HAD NO IDEA THAT I TESTIMONIAL, J Total for the month. 149,500
I. was scaled down accordingly. If It was vyiile serving In that CIQARWOULD.KEEPLIGHTED! ( SO LON .IT -
j t 'this sort of villainous work is to be Comiac Down Like a Lady. ity that the alleged Irregularities MWTHAVEBbEN: SATURATED WITH GA90UENE ) NOTICE! Average per day. . 5,980I
kept up In Shelby county, no honest ,A young lady was entertaining call place. YOU CAN BET IT / <\ SOON'MADE ME LOTS .
,'> 1? man office,can and afford there to will be be a candidate no fork for I en one evening when her little sister ){r. Hermann Is said to have 6 OFELBOWROOM; '- ,, ,JI: 'TO WHOM IT MAY) CONCERN"( hereby certify that tnr <>.
need came down the stairway In a noisy his re-election to \ statement Is correct accord K 'a"
congress! by..1I
: YOURSyRflly ((1
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any honest man to vote.Yesterday's /, THE LE DIN[ WIZENS OF ,
t :. manner. "Frances, said the annoyed d campaign device. During records on file in this of5ctbrgr. '
primary reached the J.tI.ec"M ,rI TNsrll'Y!
)
'limit of corruption and grand larceny, sister 'you came downstairs BO that Roosevelt's western trip In May I DVisiPBDFSUPEt:
but there is no way to punish the you ml be heard all over the house. he made a halt: at Salem Ore.; I VD HIS PoLkO
} r thieves, as the election was not held Now,. go back and come down proper- was photographed on the tDTHIyG MgKGi(90MFpR FRS

i ;: ruder the forms of law. Just how lj." hs private car. The president V, RtD!l)MpR OTHER Circulation.
i it long the people of this community are Frances retired and in a few minutes not aware that Mr Hermann CITI e CONS1D ATE ..

Ii i going to submit to such shameless re-entered the parlor. standing .near him when the -1& :"; S.
FFCT Sworn to subscribed brfo:
..1- farces as that of >yesterday do not "Did'10U hear ? "lirE f and
. ; we me come downstairsthis snapped the shutter. The resulting 1 ; A ii1! (:,.5 this 2d day of May, 1906.PERRY .
pretend to but it is certain that I
say. '
time Marjle asked the little girl ture was scattered broadcast \
DICKE.N
I! they will not stand for it forever '1 RF r
anxiously! said to have turned the tide of TpE ""j'1.::
J There Is bound to be a reaping where V EV"l, = RfW otar:
I I ; $uch'evil seed has been sown. "No dear. This time you came down In Mr.. Hermann's favor. It has !
like a lady. ways been understood that 'Pres
I 1 These are scathing words and "y el'm." explained Frances exhibit Roosevelt was Incensed at the. 1k CC rrJt I Remember JOHN G. WELSH today
t f' -hen. on top of all the ballot larceny .
fag some pride and satisfaction In her played upon him.. 1-- e l'e for county treasurer.
||,f which they describe, the report from performance. 'This time I slid down DRS e, J

i : the balance of the state shows that the ,banisters,"-Philadelphia Ledger. .Read The Journal's Want' .Ads. CPYil TJ9SbYTItE f KEWJfQW EYE iilwfftitKAMa.tWV5WERAl.PCo: ) r -..J Remember JOHN G. WELSH toaa/;

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Junction. Miss f&: 'J{ '
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Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and | : very. Mr.proud s.nd,Mrs.of their-Z. D.seven Cunningham months are old "I ,-,': : ';..11 t,f' 1\1

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daughter who captured the prize by q : ; ,

Tarry & Women and Society Here and being, the pre&ttlest girl baby at the. :. Dorothyannounces 1 -jFl: j: .
Elsewhere. picnic given at Magnolia. ;Bluff. Friday. E .- J-j\\ : ,
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E. Mr. Cunningham left Saturday \ ", .\
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QUIETLY WEDDED T i I' where Jakson! she has returned from Milton ;I I Hq 1\\ li.1: '",;: -1, ,
Journal's spent two lovely weeks
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NEAR .: :: ... with her friend Miss Lepard, especial e '. \, s4,.i :
V 1 W Morris, and Miss Stella j- I ly enjoying, fishing trip, up Yellow ,; : t with pleas-t jtf"r! i

pj., : were quietly wedded Suna'ay, River. "j \ ure the arrival an 'of t f I
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tht'', f mony ot the taking bride's,place parents at Mr.theTI'SlIl"Il'e II !I Miss Irene Kelton.. of Burlington,!!; --;< ftf:15f/: \ ;. :Ihtham:4 E it i *, 1q;

t,'I I', Mr- Charles Fischer near Pine Good' MeasureYou I,II Wls., is the guest of Mrs. F. L. Bowen, '! ,'fl1f 1.
ra. en I Rev Nicholson, pastor of the i and the Misses Kronenberger. at the i ,. a. t I" > I
\i I f t: church at Dodwood Grove, offtTIJ. always get 'good measure ; Southern Hotel. r, _! daintiest creations 1n i .i.. f, 1.- '.'

,'1&:111": here; you always get good qualI I r. I -. 'I! i, .;. -.-I.11
-e was quite a crowd of relatives ity here; you always get courte. i The :Misses Morasso left Saturday i
8Bi "tends in attendance, all of whom bus treatment here. night for Gnlfport and Mobile. They I Feminine Footgear ,
ulsh Jhe young couple much success will be absent about a week. t jpHi'j
thro tsrh Ufe's journey.MRS. SOME NEW ARRIVALS: .I, .

I Fancy Evaporated Apricots, 1 I Mr. Thomas Newell and family leave ", ;

MARION CALDWELL pound boxes_ .. . .20c to-night for Chicago where the family ;
ENTERTAINS FOR. MRS. Fancy Evaporated Peaches 1 will spend the summer while Mr. j PARKER' co'si' -; !;

HART XTVV OF Marion GEORGIA.Caldwell entertained Fancy pound Select boxes Prunes. . 1. pound. 20c I' land.Newell'Y visits. his old home in Ire WATSON, & REESE 1

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charmingly at cards Monday afternoon / boxes. .. .. -. __ .15c 4 Big Department Store. .
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for Mrs. James Hart of ,- I I Mrs. Tharin and daughter Miss Bes.sie -/ ; ; I

jv;plius Ga. have returned from New Orleans j I, and would advise the women of Pensacoa! if interested r; Jl1 t
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Those praying were 'Mrs. Hart the and will b'in, the city for, a, week crj! ,
ronoree and her daughter Mrs. Campheli : ; 1 1J1ll' two I r in Fashionable Foot Covering to call at once andthis ;>.L: i :
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!! Avery, Mrs. J. E. Stilhnan, :Mrs.H ROSENAU&GERELDS. I I superb line. seei !
A. Brosnaham Mrs. John C. Avery, Mr. C. W. Hagerman who came ia ; r; ;

Mrs Gunther Elmore Mrs. E. C. Saturday night leaves this morning. f I Ijf STYLES-Pumps Oxfords ; --1'! '
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!Smith. Mrs. A. 3!. Avery Mrs. H. G. The Fancy Grocers, -I ,, :
!DeSilva Mrs. CMpley Setze, (of Atlanta Mr. Seraphic. United States immi-, t; Gibson Ties. ( :: ))1STOCKPatent
I Mrs. T. 0. Watson Mrs. L. J.Rfeves. gration commissioner left yesterdayfor

Mrs. '1''. L. Gant, and Mrs. Sue Phone 391. Pensacola. his new post in Tampa. 1 t 3 Kid, L a :. .: .-

Lyroan.M Patent Colt ', ;' '
Gun Metal
I' Calf '
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as well the best-Blue #
>'s. H. A Brosnaham won the first Cheapest as
prize, a lace handkerchief; Mrs, E. C. J Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. Goes I r Bokara Kid Vici Kid, Canvas, & \ -
Sarth: the consolation a lovely piece twice as far and gives desserts the in .
wieli furnished and beautifully kept. "Blue Ribbon Flavor. I both white and colored. a i' !
cl
(jawn work. They met and talked with each of the I t

an Mrs.enameled Hart received orange the and'leaves guest priz, 1 eleven inmates and all seemed per Lawn Party Today.St. WI,,THS-A, B, C, D {& I "
happy and devoted to Mrs.
fectly ;
.;tick Tifl.Dainty. Katherine's Church will give a and E, i'
who seemed to -
Cook return their affectionate t
refreshments were gracefully ste,m. Two require lawn party today Escambia hotel a .
served by Miss Fannie from 4 to 9 p. m. Chicken salad and LASTS-The
Cafdwell special care, one beIng blind and the I newest and nobbiest, as well as | a :
ice cream. The public is invited.
daughter of the hostess.. : '
other crtppled. | the most comfortable fitting. -
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Mrs. tockbri<&e announced that
U. D. C. CONVENTION VISIT TO Pensacola chapter is... to have the Held the Umbrella. PRICES S2.50 -.
$3.00 and 53.50.
SOLDIERS HOME AND.OTHE.R honor of representing the Florida The umbretlft holder herewith shown t ; ;

NEWS OF INTEREST.Mrs. Division for the Shiloh monument is designed to hold one umbrella only. .
which is next In Importance to the The holder la formed at the top into a I THE PLACE: -
J. C. Pebley and Mrs. A. E. Jefferson Davis monument as it is to socket\ to receive an umbrella the I ;

MaoDavidwho returned Saturday be ,erected to the entire South. socket being in two parts. The lower ReeseCoi '
night from the state U. D. C. convention Following is the poem that created part Is solid and is pivoted by rivets I Watson Parker
in Orlando are enthusiastic in I I such enthusiasm' its author, Mrs. I -
between two upright lugs on the base -
praise of Orlando and Its hospitable SMART SPRING TAILOR-MADE IN ENGLISH MOHAIR. Florida ,
-Howe, was made Historian by
and has two shoulders, which limit the I ,
people. The illustration shows a smart two- loops in frog green. And a charming acclamation.
swinging movement of the socket The Successors to Green & Watson.
Mrs. MacDavid, chairman of the piece suite jajmty Eton jacket, and new color contrast is afforded by the well- "THE BLOODY ANGLE"at .
Pensaocal delegation stated that the upper part,of the socket is hollow and 33 and 35 South
six-gore circular skirt, fashioned of a shaped collar and revere, and the high ( Spottsylvania) Palafox Street. ,
pirit of the entire convention was one cuffs finishing the elbow-length sleevesin The camp is dark, no light to mark Is provided with t spout connecting
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.! 1
of harmony shadow stripe mohair sicilienne in the 3
and loyalty. The conven-
a chiffon broadcloth of a soft Where war-worn soldiers sleep; &
aon regretted and d'eplored the ab- new frog green shade. The skirt, creamy shade the machine stitching Tne rain-soaked. wind blows all unkind .. :\ "n: O 1t foI : ,
fence of Mrs. Butt ',
of
president Annie
which flares gracefully outward from in a heavy silk of the fame shade. The ,
Coleman Chapter of Orlando who was the hip line, has a deep facing inset hat is a small, perky shape of leghorn O'er vale and trenches deep.A ----_._--- -- ----.-..- ,
enable to be present except for a few with a lightweight princess haircloth, banded and bowed with I .' : .
black
moments velvet, $'$ $$$ <$ $ $ $ :
the first
day, on account of the in the sentry hears what soon appears I .
velvetebindIn'g same
and on the high cache pei'jne which II .
1he illness. 'And this of her the husband Judg.eButts. shade as the -mohair. The little Jacket tilts the: hat sharply forward are set The enemy's commands; THETAX I itPIANOS AND ORGANS. #" ,,; .

on the convention.Mrs. was. only shadow. reaching barely to the top of the three green, ostrich feathers of rather From far ahead' sharp sounds have # CASH OR EASY TERMS. '1 '

Lawrence, who presided for high princess girdle, points slightly in short length, the tips of which are aLOft .spoo, All Piano Work Guaranteed. 3
Mrs: Butts was most gracious and front and fastens at the bust line with yellow. The gloves are the long ''Which a soldier tinder stands.Quick j CLUTTER & RUSHING iff I'

graceful, making an excellent execu-; tiny velvet 'buttons and. soutache' braidDaviss yellow chamois now so fashionable.: orders fall on the ears of all. PAYERS'MONEY # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. "

tive. Mrs. Lawrence who by the way 1 By instinct soldiers know I PHONE 476. <'i i -
1:1: a sister of :Yr..Hayes of Colorado t ;
Sprigs the son-in-law] of Mrs. Jeffer-: eighty-fourth birthday, :May 7. tertainetf at 'cards in the handsomeclub What is wanted; wit11 hope undauntedGo -
Mrs. Davis sent a beautiful letter inacknowledgement rooms complimentary to forth to meet the foe.
hon Davis-betrayed great tact and a tte con. .
quick mind, especially in her introduction -: saying it would be vention, when Mrs. Vann of Madisonwon -
of the Veterans who addressed' : the last letter she_would send as she the beautiful fan for first pre! All unafraid.nor yet dismayed PIANOS WITH PRESTICE. '
the convention. V.>-a8 growing very feeble.It and Mrs. Knight of Starke carriedoff 'B C3.use they are sq few; Yen will find our pianos are instruments

Each chapter of the entire Florida developed during the convention the. "'.second an artistic handpainted t Loveand grit may conquer yet that give the most perfect satisfaction -
,that Pensacola is the only chapter In; plate. 'Atleast. they can be true.ForWard : In feature.
revision is to raise a fund for the.: \A delightful salad course was .. If want a BUSINESS BOARD every They are
Children's Home. in San Francisco the ''Florida division that had taken up served after: cards. sS you pianos that have attained the highest
refuge for children made desolate ,by a: the work of educating poor white children .' The Pensacola delegation is particu. they ran, obeying command, of county commissioners board prestige among artists and musical
the earthquake. and send its contrl in remote country districts larly proud of the distinction achieved On, on through the battle's thunder that will spend the tax-payers' moneyin circles simply on the 'basis of merit
bution to the Florida state treasurer,. throughout the south. Mrs. Martha S.' by Mrs. Fred O. Howe of this chapter Shot and shell swift on them fell. the interests of the tax-pajers You are invited to call and try them-

who will forward the whole amount to. Geilow of Greensboro'Ala., but having whose poem "The Bloody Angle' "While ranks were torn asun 'er. mark ballot today: as follows! : they're easy to buy and easy to pay ,
your
Mrs. Donald McLean\ as a birthday headquarters in New. York, is president won the poetic competition over all for. :Ask us how easy.CtUTTER .
of this great educational movement the state. By swept, still,onward stepped, J
offering in honor of Mrs. Jefferson It was beautifully and cannon MUSIC HOUSE, .
sympathetically Until there were not any, For County Commissioner Dist No. 1.
reatf y by Mrs. J. C. Pensacola, Florida.
r:: ._ The social side of- the..meeting was, Febley and received an ovation at the Courage and despair were with them t1IBBE HOLDER. (Vote for one) -

most enjoyable. bejrinnlng the first close. Mrs. Howe was offered strong there with the hollow portion, the whole beIng -
iiight of the convention by a beautiful inducements to withdraw this The few against the many. J. B. ROBERTS.
poem
A CRITICAL PERIODINTELLIGENTWOMENPREPARE i bound by a spring. The resiliency
reception given the delegates by Anne from the Florida competition and per. X C. F. ZEEK.
Coleman Chapter at,the Rosalind mit it to be read at the great reunion Two against one, since War begun, of the spring permits the upper part to

Club, which was hana'somely' decorated in New Orleans, and was gtrongly The ever unequal numbers swing in any direction and when released For County Commissioner; Dist. No.2.,

In red, white and green. I urged by local friends to do so, but But annals of glory tell the story, to return.to Its normal position. (Vote for one)
ve she a soldier slumbers. that the base Is secured to
Thursday theVeterans gave the was loyal to Florida and Q clined And sweetly Assuming
Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period Daughters an exeursion to Rollins the greater distinction in favor of her. the floor near a wall, it will be incon X JNO. A. 'MERRJTT.WM. FRESH
Avoided by the Ue of Lydia E. Pink College Winter' Park. After inspect- own state. O Father above> ,.in all Thy love spicuous. When a wet umbrella Is J. SENNOTT.For .
btm'a Vegetable C mpound. the fine The singing of Where wae Thy guiding hand? placed in the holder the water passes !
Mrs.
ing college buildings they (&>r.) Q P could feer death's sharpest
found carriages waiting convey themto Likins of Braidentown! formerly of Each into the hollow section and out through County Commissioner Dist. No. 3.

-.- How many women what proved" : a brilliant reception Ortando. was, a3 usual a rare treat, ,. steele Southland. .: the spout on the base, which is formed (Vote for one) |
Pierce through our great
realize that at the elegant and artistic home of and, in response to an enthusiastic Into a pan for this purpose.
the most criticalperiod Dr. Blackman president of Rollins! encore the winsome little artiste sang JAS. M. ANDREWS. I BOILED"
often not the might,
the has
in a wo and Mrs. Blackman who were assistedin "Bonnie Blue Flag"-when]:! the con right X A. C. BLOUNT, JR.
man's existence tention ,4ad evil triumphs long; W. A. SHELBY ,
receiving ,by a number of prominentNew especially the veterans : "!
L present -
: is the change of York society women who are went wild all joining' in the Our. tear-dimmed eyes have made us' Beautify the,ComplexionIN !
life, and that the winter residents of Winter Park including chorus. -- 'wise For County Commissioner Dst: No. 4.;
anxiety felt by And suffering made us strong. TEN DAYS.Nadinola. (Vote for one) i
,' the Mesdames Rogers of New Another gem of the evening was iI '
women as this York citi and Mrs. Brewer of Syracuse Mrs. I HAM
_ tune draws near and the sweet college! girls and her Murphey's paper beautifully read After the rattle and' dim of battle, W. P. BRONSON. I
ft4ECYy aad is not without gallant, college men. by especially daughter Mrs. Cooley. It:waj God gives His heroes sleep; I I X H. C. CLOPTON. II III
reason ? interesting to Pensacollans And of that hell 'Us we must tell, I The UNEQUALED j
The New York.la 1e& inquired for tecause JNO. A. WIGGINS.
the first !
If Confederate blood silence keep. I Ii I
her system Is in a deranged condi- their friends the Hintons of Century"2nd shed in While they, long BEAUTIFIER.cn-1 1 -
Florida
tion, or she is predisposed to apoplexyor were charmed :to find they are cola soil.'Another. was spilled on Penn doned ly thousand; i I For County Commissioner Dist. No. 5.![ Ready to be sliced for your
congestion of any organ, it is at this also friends of Miss Caldwell.] I Ten awful hours, 0 Heavenly Powers, guaranteed to remove j jfrccUee (Vote for one) i I -
time likely to become: active and, witha Thursday night was. "Historical paper, intensely interesting When will hell's work be done! pimples all (table.
bust of nervous irritations, make lifea of itself was also of special interest to At what a cost is victory lost __ facial discoloration*
Evening when the following 1 .-' Railroad I
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For Commissioner j
programwas i the Pensacolians ? .
Vurden. because and
It so humorously Eternal glory won \. teatore tn
At this time, also. cancers and tumorsare enjoyed. and delightfully portrayed war- beauty of youth. Vote for Two: 1 1i i 30 cents a poijndDELATOUR' -

more liable to begin their destructive Program. time incidents!! in the life of Miss Park- The, day Is past, the end at last, The wont ease in t twenty day We. and i I
work. Such warning symptoms 1 Invocation-Revr C, Cv-Grovea. hill of Orlando, aunt of Mr, Justice Well fought and bravely lost; $1.00 at all leading drug ,ctora or by mail. R. Hudson Burr, j j I I I

a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, dizziness O\"erture-Orlanllo Orchestra. C. B. Parkhill of Pensacola-now of Dear comrades here, we shed a tear, Prepare IMIKWAl: TOILET Co., Paris,Tea*
headache, dread of impending Paper"A Leaf From' Memory's the supreme bench In Tallahassee. For- those who paid the cost. and I
evil, sounds in the ears, timidity pal Tablet" by Mrs.; E B. ciNelty of Miss Parkhill kept the convention la N, A. Blitch.
pitation of the heart, sparks before the Jacksonville. Read by Mrs. McNelty. a peal of ]laughter in which at times Beatrice Sellars Howe,
eyes,irregularities,constipation variable -I I Poem"The Bestowal .of.. the Cross I there was a hint of tears-as: she related Pensacola Chapter U. D. C. ,
appetite, weakness and inquietudeare -The Bloody! Angle," by Mrs. M. E.j her experiences, inimitably. One March 25, 1906. For Justice of Supreme Court.
promptly heeded by intelligentwomen Drew of Jacksonville. Read by :Mrs.' instance was a palmetto hat-how :she --+- and Vote for Two:
who are approaching the period Lucile Crutchfield Brown., made it, dyed it with weeds and Mr. and Mrs. James Hart of Athens The Smoothest I I
,)f life when woman's great change] Robert E. LeAn Essay, writtenby shaped it on an ice cream freeze Ga., are visiting their son-in-law and Charles B. Parkhilland GINGER ALE

may be expected.We M. Moreman,of Lake City Uni. turned upside down, and how she was daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell
believe Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable versity. Reatf by Mrs. J. W. Tench. very much envied her stylish hat. Avery. Best Ice Cream I
Compound is the world's greatest Vocal Solo-"Tell Me My Heart," by After the convention Mrs. Pebley J. B. Whitfield. ;
remedy for women at this trying Sir Henry Bishop. :Mrs. Q. P. Ukins. and Mrs. MacDavid went to Tampa, as Mr. and Mrs. :M. Wilson learned I I I Equal to the imported : -
period. Paper-"Where Was the First Confederate has been previously stated on this Monday morning that the baby of I .
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Blood! Shed in Florida?" by page remaining there from Satnrdaynight their son Mr. Harry Wilson is very ill and Sodasthat For Justice of Supreme Court article r

invigorates and strengthens the Mrs. Maria C. Murphy of Jacksonville. until Tuesday morning and' having at his home In Brown In the Suwauee Vote for Two: I Ij

female organism, and build!" up the Read by Mrs. R,.C. Cooley.: a delightful time. Valley Fla. T. L. Clarke j $$1.25 dozen
weakened nervous system as/no., other 'Paper-"A Few Home Memories of While in Tampa Mrs. M David was ever tempted the and per .
medicine can. the Civil War," by, Miss Harriet :Ran the personal recipient of delightful Mrs. George. Howe Is still improvingto palate of lovers of frozen :_
Mrs. A. E. G. Hyland, of Chester- dolph Parkhill of 'Orlando. Read, by .,ocial attention from Mrs. Frank Bent. the: great pleasure of her family delacies are here-just Charles B. Parkhill
town, Md., in a letter to Mrs. Pink- Miss ParkhilL ley of Hyde Park. and friends. what. yQu want, and: when

ham, says: Poem-"Th Battle of Natural In Gainesville Mrs. Pebley and you want them. Cream For Railroad Commissioners. -

Dear)Irs. Pinkham- Bridge, Florida," by Mrs. H. C. 01- Mrs.. MacDavid were\ guests of Senatorand :)fr. and Mrs. James C. Watson left I packed in any quantityand Vote for Two: t I
"I had been suffering with a dispkcemept trogsre of Jacksonville;' Read by Mrs. Mrer H. H. McCreary and then Saturday night to spend week or tejc&ys sent to your home. ,
.r years and was passing through change W. H. Gillette i went Jacksonville and SVAngus- In Atlanta. E. B. BAILEYand ;
Me. I had a good deal of soreness, dizzy Paper-"Is the Clansman of HIstorical tine. I

spells wrote, headaches you for advice, and was and commenced very nervous.treatment I Value?" by MIss:AzelIa Eliason In Jacksonville the ladles were COFFEE, I I Sol Calm & Co.

1 with Lydia E. Pinkham1 Vegetable Caruthers of Tampa. Read by Miss guests; of.Mrs. W. J. Cook, state chair. The many friends of Miss Julia Hot Biscuits and Rolls everymorntngat :, N. A. BLITCH I
\Compound as you directed,and I am happy Caruthers; man of the Soldiers' Home during Knowles will learn with extreme regret o'clock.. I
to say that all those distressing symptoms left Song-"The.First Daughter of the delightful! drive about the city and a that she Is suffering from I 'Dissolution Notice. j The Pure Food Store.
rae. and I have passed; safely through the Confederacy sung by Miss Eula >!lsit to the Home. pleurisy. Miss Knowles has not been I The firm J. Huntington & Co. is
&!Ige of life a well woman." was published in found since she returned from: New Or-
Fmith (This song They the Home 'beautifully well from this date dissolved by mutual I Soutlmest Corner Palafox and Intendencla
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For special advice regarding this important The Journal several weeks ago) located on the bank of the St. Johns learns ana'' for a'few days has beenc Kitchen Cafe.I consent &All indebtedness paid In:
period women are invited to Poem-'The Bldodjungle."by Mrs. river, ana' remarked the absence f fined to'her bed. ,Kandy full. I
write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass Beatrice Ssllars Howe ,ffenacola.,' any appearanc of being a public institution J. HUSTKGTON. : Phones |IJ 3
She is daughter.in-law of Lydia E., Read by Mrs. J.. C. Pebley of Pensa but looking like a handsome 'Mrs E. W'' Fowler returned Sunday 04 S. Pat fox. Phone 999 D. BRADFORD
Pinkham and for twenty-five years has cola. : private residence with a homelike and night from Miami where she went
len advising sick women free of "- -.Dixie".By.COnvenUQD.- comfortable appearance.The from the Grand Chapter of the Order C. B. HUMPHREY,
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1906- .
cnare. Her advice is free and always 'rida$' night 'the Rosalind_ Club ea interior! they foundeau and jt the Eastern Star in St. Augustine, Pensacola, Fla.. May 14, ""'""" "' -

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PAGE BIX THE ..PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, Y06

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FOR SALE 'for 'S Rne L S. BROWN\ 6 Co., ,


REAL ESTATE
YOUNG MAN LISTEN! $650.00 .?.; It T Real Estate Loans MARKET :
,\ for a'full block,of 20 lots'on East HilL! T .
A good chance to double your money.
i
$800.00for andInsurance V SPECIAL OFFERINGS 1

Just for a minute please. If you are one of of the engaged a,lot 60 feet front t>y,120 deep on Lots 13 to 19, inclusive, of block. .
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.OF.
young men. North Hill one block from car line. .', I $3,150.00 ,
This is the cheapest'' home site on the 57, Belmont tract must be sold ',at, 12 :room 2, story' residence, alL conveniences

hill near Confederate monu .HOOTON WATSON
Don't Make StartBegin
a Wrong OTHER PROPERTY'FOR SALE once.We ment. House alone cost'$5000. ,

\ will move in a few days to the, $2100.00S .

keeping house in your own home. Start right and $2500-6 one room block'cottage from car on North line. Hill Gas, corner of DeLuua and* r Government. i Loom cottage fronting 'bay at Fish- Leading'Real-Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

right ,away. If you are not able to buy a $2500.00 home bath, elecricity' and everything' i ervile 3 lots.:" .

buy one for a thousand of fifteen hundred. modern. streets. "What's' .goodK:enough' for 5500.00 512,500.00. store buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near I

J100Q, ).-'Fine;farm, 4 miles west of others is good enough f for us." Our East Elegant Hill. home It's desirable location, Union Depot. A fine investment.$2,500,00One.ofthe .
iowa. has a house on the land a peach. '- e3t.blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lot
The Main Thing is to Make a StartYour worth the money. present office will then be for rent $1500.00 each 40x137% feet- ;,

$ 800-Dots, 120 feet by 125, on North 6 room cottage East Jackson St. on $3,800.00-5 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offered

respect for your intended should forbid you from Spring St., just, where the car car line; cheap. Nice house. 'for:short time only.

line will run by. $1050.00 $6,300.0oLarge.2story dwelling North Palafox on corner.
on
asking her to leave a good home to take a rented house. 4 room East LaRua St.
cottage, ,
_$1100-For two houses, renting for -t' $$2,500.00-6 room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet.
See what we have to offer :you. $168 per year; will pay 15 per near R. R. shops. $3,350.0IJ-N! roomy dwelling with large lot, stables and out houses

cent$2000for $2000.00 in excellent location on DeVilliers St$5,000.00Two
McDavid-Hyer Company 8 room 2 story, No. 1201 N. Davis
store and two dwellings, ,
dwellings, in good neighborhood near car line, on N,
West dad, rents $216 per year. Agents New York St., on car line; bargain. Barcelona St.
$600' cash and ,balance 7 $1700.00
percent
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Pensacola Investment Company Life Insurance Company. 2 cottages and 3 lots at Fisherville, PHONE 54 No. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.''

FOR RENT. : S E. Government Street fronting- bay;. snap.

M 4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager. $16.00 6 room' house, near depot Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. Lot on corner$900.00 Zarragossa and FlorIda i

R. B. SIMPSON $12.00.5 room house, near depot Blanca. Take a look at this.: -
W. B.KNOWLES; President SacrstiTf.KNOWLIJ ::

J.L STIIlMAN, Voltes anl Gen. Manner. nm, Trsisursr. Wanted $6500.00'Lot
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.. LESLIE -E. ER OKS1I .. 77x170 on W. Intendenc'a, closeto

I Rae fstats. Loans, General Investments Baylen; houses on it rent $21.00. ,
I Phone 462 Fisher Building lONEST WEIGHT AND HONEST 900.00 i No. 211 E Government Si

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida.Savings. DEALING-Is our motto. All goods I No, 701 E. Wright St., rents for $10

WZ\1I>: _____.- --1':_ 1IIii'L uaranteed first-class or money! re- per month. Always rented. This little brick cottage is close to the business section, has i

i..} LP WANTED unded. Orders placed with us, tow- $5500.00 I rooms andhan, bath, gas, city water, sanitary connection. It .\.1 i
-- ver small, will receive prompt atteni: Gets a 7-room 2 story and 4 room single -' make you a nice home, conven'ent to your business besides being; ,
WANTED Men! and boys wanted to :on. Get our prices before buying i I story, bath new modern conveniences good Investment. It will increase in value and if you should ever Me

learn plumbin'g, plastering brick .sewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son 57!I and front on 9th avenue, in-, sire to move you could easily find a purchaser at a good increase,
r laying. Special offer life scholar > Gregory St. Phone'825. 15may: cludes, IS. half of block; bargain. j $2100.00.

1 ship fifty dollars, easy payments; $2200.00: .
A Home position and union card guaranteed; VANTED-The peoples to know thatI 1 10 lots and 2 houses, rent $13, front.!' Big Profit in this:

free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade don't want all the clock and watch' ing on R. R. near Gary's wood yard; :
We believe you will make a good profit on your investment in a
". Schools, New York, Chicago, St Louis. epair work in town !but just enough' snap., Can double your money. I very short time. We have 10 lots on North Palafox that we can so'i
OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE : keep card or'call
me busy. a
15mayly. cO Drop me I $2700.00 ,
for 225000. These lots are right in line of the best residence district !
at 600 E. Jackson. Geo.. B. Ivy, 30 lots and 4 houses :
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS tp rents $2309; of this city and should even now bring more money.
p AND DEATH. SOLICITOR WANTED-To solicit for lomaylw somebody will get bargain here. j]

the Modern Workman of the World. $2650.00 i
i Will pay you weekly benefits in case' WANTED-To do your painting, glazing 12 lots and 4, houses, houses and 7 ; Fisherville

American Life insurance Company ,'of sickness or accident. Takes care I glass, staining, graining: hard lots under contract, which bring $31
oil finishing and hanging. Satisfaction per month 8 cent
of the balance of the family in case paper and per interest Do not overlook! this pretty little village on the bay. Nice pea
of The fraternal guaranteed. James Blevns; $425.00
death. best
life organI- ple live here and have nice building lots from $175,00 to $300.00
is the only straight legal reserve company organized in Florida. we
contractor, 613 W. Zarragossa tit 4 lots W. ''
La'Rua
.. zation in the country. Apply at No. on St., car line; It is very cool and pleasant here in summer.
HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 323:: W. Zarragossa street, between 9 Smaylw. \ dirt cheap. Let us show :you.

a. m. and 3 p. m.WANTEDGood. MONEY TO LOANIn FOR SENT-Some nice houses. Call by our office and see our
ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES' FROM $50 TO '$10,000 WANTED: 1O RENT OR BUY a small large or small amounts; quick rent list. '
cook. Apply at of.4 I!, cottage on water front. Either on service and reasonable rates.

Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Building flee McDavid-Hyer, Co. 13may!' bay shore or on one of the bayous.:Ad. HOW ABOUT THAT I LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.

: I I I dress H. B., care Journal. 9may property you have? If you want to!
.Al'\T'ED-Everyone to know that find THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY
a purchaser, list with
The Journal has nice, clean old papers -,j i WANTED' -The public to know that I II

_ for sale cheap. Only five cents!i i the Pensacola, Building Association I THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
L S. BROWN & CO.
I
a bundle. has decided to follow the lead of the ,I I ,

WANTED Colored girl for general progressive_ : young men who have "We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building.1ItfisceUaneuos ; 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 87
estab-I,
The Earth is For Sale housework. Apply 422 West Greg lished that modern and ,

ory St lOmaylw t thoroughfare, D -Luna street, and that 11 11i
A Startling Statement, l they are an up-to-date.;'and modern -
WAletJed: woman for nurse: firm; and have taken. offices .

but it is true, and we are assisting in parceUng out dear old terra Apply 701 North Palafox St 9may. at 210 DeLuna St.. and are l!i PANAMAS-Panamas and straw hats FOR RENTFOR !JOHN JACOB ASTOR U UAdvised
firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood timber land, saw ready to serve the public in'I 'cleaned, bleached and blocked by:
WANTED goOd nurse. Apply C. RE. Two story 8 room house,
mill and turpentine locat'ons grazing and agricultural lands and the building line. General contractingand expert workmen. Leave hats at Freid-}
H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay I' with hot and cold water, and all
gas
town property. We have a 25000 acre proposition In saw mill tim repair work a specialty, plans erickson's tailor shop, 34 S. Palafox I
-
len Sts. other modern conveniences. Address all' young men to invest : :
ber that is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the above classes, 8maT and specifications furnished with 'estimates St:. 6maylm
in suburban ,,'.i
list them with will sold. We sell or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmay earnings propertytime
be
us, and they soon can your tur.pentne WANTED-First-class barber for colored on short notice. Jas. :M. would
make them
: place, to be delivered next winter. trade. 10101 Johnson, Mgr.. L. Redenback, Asst.' FURNITUREMattresses money.
Ring ring or & Now invest
is the time in Pensa
FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence to
We are sole agents for all the real estate of the new town of Mgr. :
call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near .smay I renovate,.. New ticks cola suburban lots.
furnished. and
Lyndiola nestling beside a chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides the -.. : r corner Strong Sprin Sts.
Fla.
B. C. & St A. railroad. Also for the real estate in the new seaside dummy depot Warrington WANTED Second hand'furniture bought a Apply to C. H. Turner. lQ lay TAKE YOUR CHOICE

city pf Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the terminus of the 24 aprl. .. : Second' Hand,t' 'furniture sold. Upholsterin'g and< repairing do .. .,- .
bought and sold. Ring phone 754 114 E. Belmont St., city paone 771.Dwjis FOR SALE-one grocer's refrigerator 12 New City lots in an excellent :
B. C. & St A. railroad the far famed St. Andrews
on Bay which has dj
or call at 112 S. Tarragona St H. C. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. capacity 200 lbs. Cheap. ApplyD. cality; other near sell for $75 to $1"l >
been justly designated as "The Naples of the South. In fact if it's 'O'Hara. ?
be
any part of mother earth see us about it. ) WANTEDWANTED 1 '. 2may J. Cunningham, Romana and Railroad There is money to made hen :a:
$60 each.
.txCURSION-The, launches Sts. 2may
Men to learn barber SURETY ON BONDS-The :American and Leclair will run, excursions to I 'Eight lots half block east of S o :
BUTLER & SIMMONS trade. 10 position for every Surety Company, of New York is the Life Saving Station or other FOR RIDIT-Two very desirable dart residence; a bargain .$1803

LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS graduate. Top wages paid. Few prepared to execute at this city without points of interest, day or night on reasonable stores on first floor of Manhattan One block containin'g 20 lots ,'.
weeks completes. Course includes delay Bonds and Undertakings required terms. Phones 659 and ;330.:: hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen. tween car line and Bayou. Texar. Fi;.,-
CHIPLEY FLA. tools and diplomas. Can near. in the courts, arid for the per J. C. Sutherland, Mgr. 12apr Just completed and arranged in first view of bay.. . . .$325C

ly earn expenses if desired. Catalo formance of contracts. Wm. D. Howe, TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tailor. class shape. For terms, particulars Two lots near car line. E. Gads! ,! .

gue mailed free. Moler Barber College attorney, 14% E. Government. St. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and 'etc., apply Hooton ,,& Watson. 29Apr unexcelled view of bay . .J60C

New Orleans, La. 12may6t 2maylm. repaired. on short notice. No. 11% One whole block on West Hill < "
FOR RENT-After May 1, furnished line and on hard road, 24 lots, IP '
St
West Government Pensacola Fla.Idee.
FOR SALEAll frED--German: wants position on WANTED.-All kinds .of electrical cottage at "AH Bay." Address Box I better as an investment. . .$2030
'
private place for general work in work. 1 sell all kInds of electrical 815, Pensacola. 28apr I ,Pick one of these bargains and :

kind of real estate for sale or gardening or farming. Address Ger batteries and other 'electrical supplies I J. H. PORTER sallmaker, 116 South ,FOR RENT-Second story over Lindenstruth's will arrange terms.
rent North Hill and East Hill va man, Journal. ,lOmaylw* When you need me ring 345 or 955.. Palafox street Orders taken for
store. Suitable!
cant lots. Some very choice ones at E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build. tents, awnings, camp stools and house Jewelry
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. for offices, sleeping quarters or store C. R. YAEGERNo.
good bargains for homes or investment WANTED-To buy one or two lots in ing, E. Garden. ISdec i 3ijan. age rooms. Lee DanielL 24apr

good locality and not too far out I SHIP CHANDLERS-McKInzie Oert- 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686.
One large lot on R. R. good factoryor State price, terms and full particularsin WANTED The public to know that ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story
warehouse site. One water front we can do all kinds of : Cottage
repairing chandlers and
first letter. Address grocers only
A. M., care first-class 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker
lot that a purchaser could make no, Journal. 9may float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. house of kind In city. Fair prices to all. April20A. HOTELS.BROWN
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb' Ingraham. .
aDd! one of 160 acres both near Pen I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- '
sacola. WANTED-The public to know that COURT HOUSE 'DYEING. I Willie Mlms, Proprietor. Furni R. BINGHAM has storage room for HOUSE-DeFuniak Spring.

IL .0H Four choice brick business houseson we have bought out the Star Jewelry Cleaning Club 212 DeVillers Pressingand I ture repairing' all kinds, carpets rent, suitable for furniture or other Good beds, airy rooms, t-lraj! : : t
Co. in this city. Customers 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. I
are laid, furniture packed for goods, meals .
free bath
Palafox St for sale. Fine invest- St., Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your shipping ; and sample rlL)< i
notified to pay no one except onr regular pat Phone 63. Next to Tampa Phone 630 SOnov .
went property. Few choice offices ronage solicited; satisfaction Landing. Special attention to traveling w a
for rent I collector, R. H. Vick, who has teed. Careful attention given guaran ladies' 22Apnl. ANTED.-Real Estate for sale or i Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brow:'.

1 Turpentine men all get rich and I j been in the employ of the Anchor Sup- garments.. Phone 1222. 8feb CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. rent lease or exchange. Your business Prop.
Co. of
their
\ ply as manager business .
Save, both by conferring with U!I have good turpentine business forsale for the four Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng : respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil-
here
when out to 'buy REAL. ESTATE. See' cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty i!i Vick & Co. past years.9maylw It. H.. WANTED.-A. R. BIngham wants a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage son, Real: Estate Agent 22% W. Gov HOTEL AND BOARDING HOrSES
round timber lease on which togetherWith your moving and hauling. He guarantees Co. 27febREGUlL.R ernment street, Room 7, Salisbury Before laying your carpet or 111,1'
us about some of the following: I boxes good seven years loirger. all breakage. Fiona 630 building. Phone 172. 23janMoney ting, buy a supply of old news pap' 's
HACK LINE
From
MATTRESSES RENOVATED Chip-
Store N. DeVillier street, renUn r Write or call and see schedule of New to put underneath and protect it. Oul!
J property. tick furnished if desired. Guaran] WANTED.-The public to know that ley, making connections with mail
for $180 per .$150() teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid old newspapers can be bought at launch for points on St Andrews bay. five cents a bundle at this office

House on North "C" street rhea H. T. CRAWFORD if desired. Leave orders at this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare Extra teams for traveling men. Good to Loan.

Bt... .... .. .. .. .. .$60C pl! Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar all clean and nice. horses, comfortable vehicles. "Call on ....,.. FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Fior.J-; .

House on East Ara'gon street onlj r' 315J4 Couth Palafox Street I OLD HATS MADE NEW Panama or address J. C. Sinclair, ChipleyFla. MONEY TO LO Everybody bor- Rates $2.00 per day. Nice room..
good beds, table the best J. M. r.
..,..-.- .$65C I'. I WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers and Straw hats cleaned, pressed Telephone_No_74.: 28apr rows money from Jno. A. Hall & rell 17
28. acres of good farming land, z L' ;: at 5c a "bundle." Apply at this and1 of!I and blocked. Panama 50c, straw hats GOOD TURE-For a few horses Co_, 16 E. Government street When Prop. apr

V .$100C()l i FOR SALE fice. They are all whole, clean 25c, felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. and cows. Address jr apply to W. In need call on us. 9feblm
bargain at
)1 nice. HOTEL VERNON Rates da-
] Victor Louis, 100 E. Intendencia. $2 per
H. Kilbee Brents. Fla. 15aprlw
Four blocks in West King Tract, .'.
Special rate by week. Special ;
LOANED ,*
24 aprlm'W all
MONEY on kinds of
each.. ..... .$100C ; List of Property for Sale D. Hale per
Ot. by WANTED-To rent furnished room In Focal property on short notice. tention to traveling men, Free -a '
We have numerous other proper Wilson & Co. private family, on car line. ''Bache: .-Electric work of ah kind.! Board and Rooms. 1 Terms easy. J. B.. Gray" & Co., 2 W. pie room. Mrs. J. Mauldin, P.rriP-
ties listed with us and it would pa)r, lor. Address Box 114. '12maylw* Let Us clean your fans, resairour 15apr.
you to consult us before making youiinvestment ]r One block on proposed street car dynamo do jour wiring, etc. Paonj Romana. Phone 1165. lfebMONEY'
t line, New City, overlooking Bayou ) FOR RENT One or two newly fur- .
IV
Pensacola
W.Al\"TED--AU owners ,of poultry to 570. : Electric:' Co.. 205 S.
We are in receipt of advices fron( Texar, and under fence. ....$3000 know that we are agents for.the celebrated Baylen.% nished front rooms; southern expos TO LEND-rOn good real estate HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all ':::9
the flre Insurance companies represented One half block on Lakeview avenue I ure; with privilege of phone. Loca- security, or on good collateral, year. American and European p' <',
by us "That all losses'in Cai. in settled neighborhood and on hard Conkey's Poultry Remedies WANTED.-The Merchants TransferCo. ton: desirable and near business center at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Special summer rates. F.rst-clas-:

ifornia conflagration will be promptly road. 'very .cheap at. .. ..$1500 Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera wants your moving and hauling. ? 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw Fisher building. 1jan every respect Pleasant and com n'
to kill fleas lice
and ,and mites.
paid and that THEY WILL COXTTNTJE .j< One-half block (12 lots) and six new gape All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. I lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop P -'
TO FURNFSH ABSOLUTE 12 houses renting for: $5.00 each with Also their wonderful. egg producer, F sen. Prop. Phone 978. 18Junelnt FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally lo-'! MONEY LOANED on. all kinds of per- sacola, Fla. 1 r ir,
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. .
:. for houses. cated. Best rooms in the cool ) sonal property on short notice.
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS B\f room seven more $3250 : city; ,
FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOE I t Two large lots and a good three 18apr. -! LOST clean beds. Apply 128% East Government -! Terms South easy.Palafox J. W.St Bullard. upstair*< THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy roam, ,
and hall house for i St. 281f.: Phone 1144.
4maylm
room renting $6.00
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. .
,
WANTED-To buy old gold and sit: lincT good beds. Free baths and sum '
Protect your home and business!s per month; if sold at ''once.. ..$600 ver broken up stuff, regardless of, LOST-Five small gold frame pictures OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens, room. $2 per day. Special at'PDtl :ito

t against loss by fire by insuring will L 1 One nice five roomed house In good sizes., Cash paid. Ligatman &; Klein,I from back yard rear of Johnson & June 1. Large, airy and delightfully UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan traveling men. J. R. Brown, Pr J: .
_ vs. locality :with 37 "foot lot renting for 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. Son's store. Suitable reward for 'information cool. Good fishing bathing and I on all kinds of personal property. DeFuniak Springs Fla. 13mar:'..
J10.00 month .... .. ..$10uO j
per or return to No. 10 E. In boating. First class table. On elec, Special rates to business men on large !
ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. One-half aa arpent and'ten roomed NEW UPRIGHT PIANO ,to exchangefor : : tendencia street. No questions asked. tric car line, 15 minutes! ride from city. leans. The New York Loan Co., 204%
house in central part of the nice CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-riP
city, lot on East HilL Address P. Pictures about 16x20 inches. may52t Regular boarders and transients. South Palafox. i
shade and fruit trees. .. ..$5500 0. Box 207. SOmar :.... depot Large and well i jh.-; >
204J/2 S. Palafox Street 'Vacant lots in any part of the cityat LOST Pensacola Terminal pass book 1 Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill rooms. Free sample room MPJ:= ,tall
Telephone 1052. prices that Mil take. ,Several Investments : marked Goldine Jacoby and others; \ Inn, Pensacola, Fla. 4may hours. Special attention to traeling -
orders
WANTED-We want for
ueneral agents for State, for Horn e' that *ill net 10 per cent '1907 Art Calendar.your Over 300 original finedr-will please leave at store'of Laz I 1THREE For Justice of Supreme Court mer. $2.00 per day. J. M T-?
PLEASANT: ROOMS to Vote for Two
Life Insurance Co., of New York. 'I on the money \:&veated.'I designs ,to. select froin. ,All' Jacoby, or phone office. No value to I with privilege of light house keeplag. rent- gle Prop. I3m3ni
RENT. anyone else. ISmay; T. L. Clarkeand
FOR
Mayes Printing Co. Pensacola. *
prices. ; 301 W. Chase. 3apr
'I Ten roomed house centrally located, la. CHIPLEY HOTEL Carl Setter! D'l,
;: For Farm Turpentine or I and' unexcelled for a boarding house, LOST-On W: Intendencia street,long NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent Prop. Special attention to com-nfr'-
on street car line, $3500 per month. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT black collecting book, containing re. on North Hill car line; location Charles B. Parkhill cial travelers. Free sample and b::'J
Timber Lands
Five roomed house close in town, ED-Highest price paid for gents' ceipts book and bills. Reward for return very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden rooms. Large rooms with good ;e'i9>

t LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY large yard and n'ce: out buildings, sta. clothing only. Sell'second hand goods. to Home Art Co.,.3 Ms' W. Romana street 25aprllPLEASANT $2 per day. 13ID1rJ:

Call on or Address ble etc., $20.00 per month. Dress suits: for rent 3 E. Intendencia. 12may. place to board on Nona For Railroad Commissioners.Vote .

If what you want is not listed here LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably Hill. on car line. Address No.8, for Two: BAY HOTEL.-open night and daY

Turner & Aymard call us up by phone 234 or call and WANTED.-Hauling ana/ transfer from wagon, package ,containing care Journal 27mar E. B. BAILEYand European plan. Rooms light aal
see us at 30 S. Palafox streetFla work Office phone 363; residence: pair trousers addressed H. PI| Mopg.I Old newspapers at five cents a bundle clean. Transient trade sollcite:

Real Estate and Abstrat Co. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-23 N. If found. returned to Express. office at :this office. They are all clean 575-579 8. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolas:.

P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs I D. Hale Wilson & Co. Tarragona St .25mar. and receive reward., 18apr and nice. N. A. BUTCH.. Prop. .

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For Sale Bros. .:........ .................GH.............+.4...s I 1't .
McMillan Co. "lji

,,if! BOAT- 17 ft. long 6 ft. team; AfULbQTS. 1IPPINGNES[ ji ; ; -'{'I

6 ft. deep. Sail new i\ I \ s
NVhorns net ; l

414. ,,Alcaniz good condition.St. ''Price 15may3t$30.00.* t\* EXPRESS PREPAIDCHAS.BLUM&CO: / i Arrived._ I IAUSLEYS COMPANYj'Ii IiI .t inI! \ :t :

II '
li- \ij E--One white hall boat 18x Span s3 Ruiz; 2122 Port : ,\ .i
: in first-class condition. Ap. to Gulf Transit Co. COMMISSION BROKERS i I I!
"I" ,-. p. Gonzalez, Bohemia, F a. Br s& Luke, 1651 Porto I with its ;: :: ; I'>;;
,, :w. to Rix M. RoDlnson. I and '!t i.- .
.n f : iQTs I Irn MOBILEALAOAMAIMARKETS Br ss Storehouse. 2297 ':J II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i !V: : t.t'rages
iH: S \!LF.r-I pool tables with comoutftt I Qts to Hyer Bros. ribbon ..

n c'", , ,j !\_. chairs and everythin'g pertaining to Order ( Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.GOnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i "'
: pool parlor, the iF;
:0 ,!?: up-io-date! proprr.f Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 1233 Ge- l
; the late Mr. IB.ViJson.will; & Co. I !:
V-t I' : reasonably. Address Mrs. W. Huges Sailed. ) } t l..

Warrington Fla. .. Br. ss. 2277, ffilburn, | t. ";1
\ rinttt Navat Stor s. ,
machine } .
___ 141 >
.1111 1.. wg Savannah Ga., May 14. The $ ; it .
_
4 as [ ;
FUR SALE -Installment business with ?.LTr1X $' stores market closed today as follows: Bought! and Sold on Margin or for Investment. | I I.i hard i fl j. '
and sI WW.:., .... ,.5 05 VESSELS IK 'CRT.tp&maflpe. .i and r "
anon': ;300 leases tock., Ownerha % : 4 1 i !
I
; Y\I'! !' business. .Good opportunl- b WG.. ... .4 90} $ .i f Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 I: : : offered 1 j! j l' i i
...
80M
N. .4
v for man with small capital. ..Add.e : ; (J ? [
----- K ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .S .S> ;.4 65 to,S. P. Shotter & Ce. it 1 J: .f
:MATS FOR SALE HootonVj & 1.4 40 Span 81 2267 Liverpool to S. for rn
H., ... ,. ..4 35 I & Co.' '
\ on have just received a large the :f t-lt
517 AND 519 WEST: BAY ST, ,
G ,. .. .. ,.4 25 Ger 83 1480j Bohndorf, Ant. 1 'I'.
,,,IPI, p j of !ihe latest city maps showing JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Write 1 f'W; >
in of :!hi' subdivisions. The maps arenfljruii F-. ., .. ",.Iq... 4 20 to 4 25 to J. Schreyer. 1 '..1 t Z'
: 4.j ,
; and down to date .and.-are 410to4 Br. ea. 1504 Mann, Nor- .. ':1 '
mounted on heavy Ifhen. Regular! D. '..4 ,00 H. Baars & Co Watch Your Dollars GrowIf THE .H ':'J 1
Morris DannlieisserFormerly c. ..3 so( Chlpa.
.50
pflk't. $- ; special price on lots of I tt1-l1
ItL ship, 1495, Repetts Ge !
to Spirits Turpentine 63# cents. ,
nv? 01! more agents or'.real estate '
!men' tlooton & Watson. 8may ( of Dannheisser Bros.) Master. you have no in the bank by all FtlJt;
money
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine Queen Brit ship Forsyti,
-'Al.-Largc' ice box suitablefor Wines Beer and Tobacc'o.Old AU8LEY CO.'S REPORTS to order. II o I I
;grocery store or market and Uv rp.ol Cotton Market. Nor ship 1127, Larrsen, meansStart ___- : .s { n tl.'

soda:t fount condition.with 20 Will syrup sell cups.cheap All creXl'hmge In Hickory-Whiskey Specialty JVuu-ftb: ..........4....Close. lIfa r j For it r > ;!.; -
gooJ Account
for other property. ApplyT. 12 W. Zarragossa Street Feb.-Mar. 6.71 Banu. an TodayDo Vote for 'i..0f<1.
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.; M&r.-AprU. .' Nor bk 1348 Ferguson,
i Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. ... ..... .. E. :
April-May 6.V8\ to A. Zelius. j -an
1m. it Don't wait till tomorrow
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; now.
ma ,
fOIl SALE-Registered Berkshire Florida and Alabama 3 MyJni u.ne-J1y............................. .... 8.88&.99 Sweed bk., 1271 Olssen,i' week but : and it'*. $- ',. .
We
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for oiy-.Luguzt ............. to H. H. Boyer. next or next month Today. N. ::.'""'', :;<:

catalogue. Carl Setterlind. Chipley, LAND COMPANYManufacturers Aurut-Stp'-mbll'! nbeHotoW......................... E.84 'to ItaL master.bk. J591, Montano? from I j will add four per cent interest.compounded I ._ i" 1. f.- :

Hi.______ Ootober-Xov8ll1b11' ................ .......1.7T Erie ItL bk., 928 Bfigan Bas. semi-annually, and are anxious to add 'yourname ; I'S JiLH: :
FOR SALE Nice., clean old newspapers ol Jf or'ab 'Decembo.. .......... .8.78DeotnberJaaauT Master ; SAFES |
at five cents a bundle.. .This of and Dealers in ............6.70 Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112. to our already large and growing list : :{ f:
fice. SAWED' CYPRESS SHIN Livarpoo18potl.41I. Mentevideo to German Ameri I' f.s/n:
LUMBER,
of It matters not how small
Co. depositors. J L
i.olt> SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. GLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. ; "H-
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to New York Cotton Murtcet Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. your first deposit is, it will be none tl e l hss r ';' r;
Open High Low Nor bk 756 t'
Lunde-j
.ViaMethod Laundry.
ISApri. ii'M
For Sale January 10.66 10.73 10.87 St. Nazaire to Ora! er. i appreciated. I SI ;
fOR SALEOR RENT-1'wo lighters: March 10.73 10.75 1072 Ital bk, Schlafflno! 1508; I 4-V-t ,
one) with capacity for 75 thousand ft. WANTED-To loan money on your .May 11.81 11.44 11.84 to Rosasco Bros. !I I : -d f
lumber the other thirty thousand ca watches jewelry and personal ef: I July 11.14 11.21 11.13 Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita I i <. ,*J" if: r
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two fects. Highest cash price for old gold August 10.80 11.03 10.90 order. I ,
,kff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long Octobw.........10.S5 U.71 10.63 'f : 1'd:
and silver. Lightman &; Klein, 106 B. Schooners. FIRST NATIONAL BANK :. ':
f. ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. wright. Phone 1127. December..10,8& 10.71 10.63 'I (
Chaffin & Co. Milton. Fla. 25mai: Mew York Spoil 11.85 M. Brit schr., 397 Carter, I rf:{::
to J. A. Merrltt & Co. I f
OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elee- FOR SALE-14-foot skiff copper fastened Wheat. F. Klmball Amer ech, 337. OF PENSACOLA FLA. I L J r

trie car line, six lots 100 ft. front new oars and locks; also dou- Open ElgU Low 010"88 Havana to master. I J viH.\ :
"liy 137 deep corners $700. Inside ble barrel breech loading shot gun .,.-.... Christina, Am sen, McLeod na.trV
If ay- S8 %${ W- H.KMOWMS.Pre B. W.K.HnB.JR.,V.Prel.and CasWer. Order i i : .
:lots $600. There are; no better situations used one season; all for 2500. Ad- .Iily.............80t 81 804 81 T- W. BuT and W.N. ROBERTS, Asst.Caahiari.Dinzcroas4. I Shrine ... ,1'!
than these lota. A. V. Clubbs dress B. E. White, Box 5, Warrington -. .C. Brent, W. A. Blount W, H. Knowles W. K. flyer Jr : /
r D. Q. BrentCity t- "
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Fla. 13maylw '
'Corn.Open -
JUST RECEIVED-Large! snlpment o! Stomach Troubles. Tickets t -,,: :

impor ed..QlLve Oil. .R 'ta1I..by pint,, FOR SALE-Nice, clean .old.! -newspa- Kar............ 48 High WA Low 48 48 Sue Martin an old and highly! I i to .' 1 "
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso pers. All whole and useful at homeor .1ul.J_. ......46- 461J 461 4d resident of Faisonia Mis?.,'! a ,"....1
& Co., ship chandlers anp! grocers 101 in your store. Only five cents per ., ;;ick with stomach trouble for The >

South_Palafox.! 4oct' ., bundle. / S, -, New York Stock Market than sir.months. Chamberlain's of Pensacola Bonds t:-{.:. '
'toPQ4NDIDATBS.ThOSI and''Liver Tablets cured her. Improvement t -
NOTICE I) 'Opeu
wishing t 'make' successful run r S uthen11'a tI............_ 6 68 : "1 can now eat anything ; :, j
should supply themselves with bot I IFor Justice of Supreme Court. Copper...................-...? 103X IOh.A. and am the proudest woman' THE ;J ". : :: i
tie of PLUTO. Now Is the a a.B......'*... 136 isLtch. { world to find such 'a good medi Denomination 1000.00 Each. and the '" :: .
prepare your stomach and season live tc r J I Vote for Two: .......................... 5 85 For -sale- by all druggists.: Dated Jan. 1,1906. Maturing 1936. Redeemable 1,1926. World" ; .1'] j I

against all diseases. Pluto will do it. A.R.\. 154 155 Interest Payable Semi-Annually. and 1-;; / '
.
T. L. Clarke
B.R.or.
83X 83 .
For BtW bal druggists and grocers B.*0 ........................ ios3Krie. 100J} Railroad Commissioner. ways Lake -'. .-
wholesale by Jas McHugh. and : ........................... g f 4B> Two: :_ .. j_.;.1 We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to !I'V.5'
C.P.1 ........................ 11" for the :
FOR: SALE. improved and unimproved Charles B. Parkhill U!. 8. 41X 41 I Hudson Burr Prior Sale In Amount Write FensacoU."l : i

property la all parts of the city.J. U.S., pMferrod............. 108B.8 l and :-I.I1' \ '
A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agent, gIa. J 1_... w__ Suit Purchaser. LOW I

Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone .1 ......................... 115% U4 N. A..Blitch. i made q '
17%. 23JiaAUTOMOBILES. Uad....................... t1! meeting
I Professional Directory M.P.--.......... 84" 03 f'm I .: I Correspondence Irlvited. ....
.-I am agent for the ,, p nnn Met...........w. ....M No Bale Justiceof Supreme Court. tion '
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos VaL Pao( ..... 161 1 Two: THE PEOPLE'S' BANK OF P PENSACOLA July .
from $500.00 up. They cost less than H.Y.0.?... U\X 149 Baptist .
horses to keep up. They can be run T. G: YATES M I LOPTICIAN P.O 82 83. Charles B, Parkhilland ,

in sand or anywhere a horse K.D'G......................... l % 1291 . . les, Cal
Leslie E. Brooks. can go. B'.P .......................... 1mj.LI. IG8 PENSACOLA FLA. I. ',
............................ I6Jo( IiIS. 5
;JOR SALE-Three 306 THIESEN'BUILDING .K...................... ...... 87K J, B ,Whitfield, .
barber chairs and T.C.I........._......... .... 14 148 .
combination four-chair mirror. Call fenna.... ....................1354 l3iiU.P. The Terms Suited HIm. No. 5803.f '
or write J. A. Biilingsley, 14 E. Gov WM D HOWE .......... ...... 100" 149 for ,
ernment St. 13aprlm T late J. Warren Bigelow, UMAI, President JOHN "EWER. Aulitaat Calsr.M. .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW : years a prominent member of :I' KVlct.Preiideirt end Cwhter. J.W.ANDREWS Aulitut GuUu

FOR S'ALE-Ten new and second I 14'/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST. Sciatica Cured After Twenty I county board of com [\ :: _

sizes second, best hand makes office at safes bargain, different prices. of Torture. I II I I rs, was fond of relating this THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

Scarritt Moreno, office East Government DIRECTORY For more than twenty years Mr. J : ,
SL 24mar B. Massey of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis winter day a man stood in OF PENSACOLA, fLA.

: ___ ______ Minn., was tortured by sciatica. of a store where men's shirts DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. :
No. 6 I. 0. 0. F. The pain and suffering which DESIGNATED
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront Joppa Lodge, displayed. A few were hung t .
property, 50 feet front on West Joppa Lodge, No.. 6,_ J. 0. 0. F.. endured during this time is and ono particularly took CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS, $j69flK! ) .
meets Tuesday evening at 7:30 comprehension. Nothing 1
every gave
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, Without to in-
Hall. Belmont relief until waiting DIRECTORS- .
with a 4 room house front and back o'clock at .041; fellows I any permanent he -
Visiting brethren Chamberlain's Pain the price he seized it and
and. Baylen street. Balm. One application
!paliery! has a nice wharf about 250 I Frank Reilly, F. E. 8raW1l. .
are cordially Invited.T. of that liniment relieved down the street. Henry U Covlnflton
feet long running out to deep water W. S. Rosnscp C.W. Li mar, '
M ,
PfeIffer
H. FLEETWOOD G. pain and made sleep and rest! j _7 -
poss1ble.and
from dealer to him
the front gate. For a few days happened see T. F. McGourln. J, PL S.unders, ,
It will J. W. GINGLES, Sac less than one bottle has Bryan Dunwody 0. E.. Mauca,
.only be offered at only $1500 immediately gave chase. See A. IM. Avery W. H. MIlton, i
,cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson. at SlJanCm. a permanent cure. If troubled the thief outran him, he w. L. Cathon Dr. W. J. Hannah MvKenztc: OcrtIn '
L. Friedman & Co.'s store. may sciatica or rheumatism why not C. M. Covlnflton M. E.. Clark. I .
if I the Alex Mc owln
a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and out, "Well, don't get !
K. of P. for yourself how quickly this world I shall in the world !
with Pensacola Lodge No. 3, it Individuals Corporations end Firms Sofie$t.d.
two seated surrey Sanks
SA.IA Account of
FOR
For sale
new. meets every Monday evening at 8 the pain. by all druggists.For I" "
Must:shafts be and sold pole this week.practically Also one o'clock at their temporal'Castle Hall ," called back the man with Four reI'cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
W. Intendencia St. .
Pou
cream colored horse and harness. Can over Visiting brethren stable cordially welcomed.J. Railroad Commissioner.Vote "if you want to wait till I .

be seen at Pou's stable. Omaylw* KIRKPATRICK C. C. for Two: I'll take another shirt 1"-Bos- .. .. -- ep

:FOR SALE One good 'wont.or driving H. HORSLER. K. of R. &; S R. Hudson Burrand L BILTON GREEN: PRUIDUT. T.MANSFIELD B.WCLLtS! 1ORNO, VI e.FnlsiDZIT.Ar.Oiaaiu .

horse In 'good condition. For Born That Way IL)t.BUSgNFLL! ,C.15RIIIL
Meetings of the
]11.\-):
Hotel. are held at their hall, tells of an occasion when of PensaooU Florida.

No. g West' Intenden- an amusing colloquy OSNECIURS.Ge. v i
SALE. LEASE OR RENT- For Railroad Commissioners.Vote Hilton Omn. L. & N., '
cia straet Eli M.Robinson. L.
Houses on water front at Little Ba on eve.y'M.ondai for Two: the late Thomas B. Reed .. W.Wright. Morris Be&r. !T.B.Welles.
%N7 evening at
Good bargains. barber. GENERAL BflVXI/VC/ BUSINESS TRANSACTS 2
:'11U. near car line. Little Bayou jfgt, 7:30 o'clock.. Aa in. E. B. BAILEYand darky I A i THROUGH
Apply to Phillip Hannah. q V vitatloa extended "tonsorial artist" was in-

:'i'ffiaySw to visiting Knlfhts.r to be talkative, but to all his ---- --- DINING

TOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and JOHN? B. JONES N. A. BLITCH at conversation!! the big man --,- ---r---- -- D.H.
FOX. :: .....
team in good condi- Qrami Knight. : : 5v !
log cart; good ,llaine returned only a mono _
Recorder ""
'Ion and working every day. Price For Justice Supreme, Court. or a grunt. a' N.Carr, '" A :FIY cc C). ZeVy.i : I -
& PrlL I
00. Call on or write J. A.Chaffin, i Wholesale and Retail Dialer 11 I
29aprlm Daughters of Rebekah. Vote for Two: the barber patted the 't
ro :Milton Fla.
? Naomi Lodge.Nol: of the whereon Domestic Anthracite i
? Daughters of Charles B Parkhilland speaker, re Steam. j C 0 A L
Rebekah meets
every Monday -
TV1R S'-\LE-L:1dy's' : saddle, extra night one or two stray locks, saying: and Blacksmith
ddg also I at 8. o'clock In Y.. 0., Q J\ ball. VJsit-! Palafox street Telephone 83.Yara ;
!good; fine Shepherd ; hair's gittin' pretty thin, sab. Office-No. 43 South : .J'
sisters cordially
Ing invited to be
brand: new Century Encyclopedia and pres. that. long?" Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 872 f41 I
way corner .
ent. B. Whitfield
T)1(';ionary. Address 1102 East Gads- ]J. born that *a-**-! *i ir pB g i t ** *JJ9'' *&F9fy U PBI. && Gulf ,
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI, was way, dryly re
den St. 285. 9rnaYCAND1DATESTh9Sc ,
phone .
or
_
MASS WILLIE KENDRICK, See'M. Reed.-Pittsburg Dispatch. I ------' -
NOTICE TO : Ths Praise of the Peanut CREW NOTICE. |I
wishing to make a successful run i'iB. A. No. 81, m .ts.first and Preferred Fpr Railroad Commissioners.Vote W.
: In the United States 'a nut Hanging. Neither the captain, own-j :
jould supply then selv g "with a bot-- third Wednesday evening'at 7.30 Po contemporary for Two: :: ;
i.* of PLUTO. Now is th season to, m:, RaSord Hall, No 10. West: Inte!!. : tells us, are 35OQOQacres Dixon of Montana a ers nor consignees of the I S ,
prepare your 'stomach *and liver, dencia gtreet. .t- . of peanut. land and 170.000p.ea- lynching story, says the New E. B. BAILEYand ss. Gracia will! be respons.1.ble by; I ':: -' ,
for debts contracted & ;
against all diseasei. Pluto will do i it A. G.. FELL Pres. nutters. Three hundred Truli6n| World. A committee of vig the crew of said vessel. COLA. : ,.

For sale by. all druggists and grocers. J. L. SWEENEY.- Sec.pensacota ., pounds of peanuts worth$UQOO- s had captured an Irishman N. A. BLITCH T. UUIZ Captain. !

wholesale l by Jas, McHugn. -, LOdge No.. 4,.t. 00. F. 000, are produced here everyIirj Swede and were about to hang GULF TRLVNSIT CO.. And all f

FOR SALE -Fitre 'pot flowers Pensacola Lodge Jfoj 4, ,I. p. o. F., and yet people talk of "peanut politicians by tying a rope about the neck Consignee. '! ;
-
ThUrsflarvenlnj: at 7:3U .. .
: meets every : and shoving them off rail-
a. CourtVote .
St. phone Justice of Supreme
Apply 140S E. Gadsden or at the new bal* on Belmont and Bayle" contemptuously.There \For Leave : t
VA 6rlngs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. streets. VJsitin'g brethren cordially are whole epic poems in'the bridge. for Two: For Justice of Supreme Court. ,2. for

Umaylm. invited. E. GREENBLATT.J. peanut. It ia accomplished Admirable first man up was the Swede. L. Clarkeand Vote for TwoCharles;. Leave '

FOR- SALE-Fine-hotel site; best sit-, NEVILLE; Secretary.w Crichton of nuts. Every \ he was pushed off the rope 7. B, Parkhili o lacalcola for : : .
untied and the struck
j- o, w. of it is useful. It beats man >
uai'on in the city for a tourist ho- ; part peas B. Parkhill and points.
1 W. 0. W. and swam ashore. Charles
No. .
Oak Camp and fattener stock) and -
tel, 130.feet fronting, south by 172 feet UTe corn as a o For
deep on East Government street overlooking -, meets in Pythian, Hall 1st and 3rd poultry. It enriches the soU Irishman was next, and when ]. B, Whhfield.- I I .
; Wednesdays in eacl\: -)mc.nth. Visiting were preparing him he E. R-
Seville square and Ada.msEreet well as the farmer Praise, honor Remember JOHN C. WELSH today '
cordially invited.F. I Remember JOHN G. WELSH today Gen.
with open view of Pensacola sovereigns and eat "Boys, be careful about tmVrope. treasurer.
A. BOGHICH. C. C. theeanutEverybody'a. for county
la\, for county treasurer.
hpr. $10,000 will buy the property. LESLIE R BRODKSL.'CIert \ I can't swim a'stroke., ,



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x f; .. PAGE EIGHT THE PENS'A'C'O'L JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MORNING; MAY: 1'5; 1908

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t SPORTS DISMEMBE'RED E !



Stunning Shreveport If some team bunch does, the'not Pirates lasso that will '- ..6 V F

.have a lead in the Southern League BODIES TEll ; .:. .,: 0" t e 0" r
race that will be hard to overcome. It .!. \.. .
was thought that Birmingham could i I
trim Shreveport but the Ilk Qf Gilks i
Shirts took two out of three from the Barons'
and tied the other game up after fifteen I' STOflY I
Innings of play., Atlanta who "
proved: hard game for Birmingham has
dropped two games to the North
t Our new summer shirts are: Louisiana team As matters stand at (Continued, from First Pa'ge) Ed'1IIiian's
present Shreveport has a lead of 117
'been burned to death(before they could
t winning more favor points over the:nearest competitor.
The "invincible" Birmingham team escape.' The foody"of'one of the girls .
; there who slept in the bed opposite them
is getting in the neck, and
j '. each day. is no cause for regret on the part of I I was found practically in the place
those who are acquainted with I' where the bed which'she had occupied ; ,
.- You just ought( to see our dis Vaughan and his methods. Birming-- stood. _The oldest girl was found Just

,t play-they're in white and colorded ham has played thirteen games on the inside of.the sill near the. door leadingto 3 r rCi
present trip! away from home, won the porch. for
f pleated or soft bosoms fcur, lost eight and tied one. ItJs stated by those who went from C,1, .. .
t regulation style. They're made !New Orleans is only 32 points be-, Milton to the scene-of the tra'gedy.1hat "3'' .
hind Birmingham and it is possible I a high:northwest"wind was blowing at ..-.. .
with a view of catching the coal I that the Pelicans will be ahead of'the. the time of the fire and that cinders

zephyrs that are going. relics before the Barons leave the;I, were found fully half a, mile,from the
Crescent City as two more games are. burned building. This being the case.
ti :Also you should see cur fine to be played there. I they cannot account for..the"assertion:

;jf -- white full dress Shirts-up to New York by the two victories over that no one discovered the fire while,
Cincinnati has again jumped Into first it was burning.. 1 !:;
i: $2.50.i I place in the national league. Philadelphia Absolutely no Clue s!; 'f.i I
: still leads in the American, 1
.
..!'- I and Augusta, seems to have a snag There, is 'absolutely no clue'to' the, DUn'I
-. perpetrators of the horrible deed /tout
: leading the other teams in the Sallie I
itir organization. every effort is being made by the citizens I
.of Santa Rosa county to appre
f: The John White hend the' guilty parties. 'A subscription __ I
STANDING AND RESULTS list was started In :Milton soon
after the details of the tragedy became

Southern League. known and in a very short ,time
.
Store honk Won Lost Pet. the sum of $1,035 had been subscribed I x vfi9;.t;,

Shreveport. II .19 6 760 which will be offered as a reward; T rea surer
Birmingham .?' .. .. ..18 10 643 for the arrest of the parties guilty of
205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. New Orleans. :. II .. .14 9 609 the crime. An appeal has also been:
:Memphis': ? ,.. ..... ..13 10 565 sent to Governor Broward asking thata
Atlanta .. .... ...13 14 481Nashville' reward be offered on behalf of the.
11 .. ... ..10 18 357 state. I Mr Williams is now serving his first term, and in
... .. .., .. 16 333 i .
Montgomery 8 Acreman and his family moved to ;. : ? ,t i
Little Rock ... 6 18 250 Santa Rosa 1 "" "
II II II county about three years accordance with Democratic custom and precedent, he
ago from Opp, Ala. He worked the:
; What Will You Yesterday's Results. farm on which he lived on shares and.
Shreveport 5; Atlanta 4. was not consiedered very well off in] asks for a re-nomination for. the office-- which he has so

New Orleans 2; Birmingham! 1. this world's goods. It is said that, at"
Little Rock 3; Montgomry 2. times, he preached at various placesin ] "I faithfully filled
Nashville 9; Memphis 3. the vicinity of his home. He I
was +
. Wear ThisSummer considered a good citizen and was ;. Both Mr. Williams and his friends will appreciate
South Atlantic League. never known to have had any trouble -
:Won Lost Pet. with his neighbors or with anyone, for $ 1' Soir vote inPrimary .
8 667
Augusta -: .16
T
that matter which
would
: Charleston .. .. ... ..14 10 583 atrocious inspire suchan
Jacksonville ... ..12 12 500 crime.
II II The ti ..
Macon .. II .... ...11 13 458 coroner's jury which was em. w. .
Savannah .. II .... ..11 14 440 paneled viewed the remains and. after 1,7.r T day's
<. Columbia. .. .. ., 10 14 4171 taking a portion: of the evidence,
It's high time to decide what style adjourned to meet at Milton this morn. :
I nig, when a verdict will be rendered. 3
cult you want and make your selection Yesterday's Results The crime has
caused
Augusta 5; Savannah 4. \ a great .deal
l now while our stock is complete. Charleston 4; Jacksonville 1. cf excitement in Santa Rosa county

[We offer for choice all the new model Macon 3; Columbia 1. and the people are determined that no Election
effort shall 'foe spared to secure the
f Single and double breasted sack suits National League. arrest and punishment of the ones

t in the ever popular blue serge, and the Won Lost Pet. guilty of the horrible deed.

grey worsteds which fashion has approved -New York ? .. .. ..21 8 735 . -- .. .- .. -
Chicago .. .. .... ,...17 8 680 Not If as Rich ai Rockefeller.If ILi-TEw--: =: ; : ; --,- T '. .-- :::,: : :: .: :
1 t as the correct thing. Philadelphia .. .. ..16 11 593 j" you had, all theweath Rockefeller .
t: No trouble to show goods. Pittsburg .. .. .... 12 12 500] the Standard Oil .
.. .. .... 12 500' ma'nate, you
r Boston .. .. 12
could not better-
i I buy a. medicine fo'rI REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Fmiblon In Colon.
St. Louis .. '.. .... ..11 14 440
: t White & NixOUTFITTERS Cincinnati .. ... .. .. 9 18 333 i I bowel complaint than Chamberlain's There are indications- tb:1tthe soft
Brooklyn .. .. .. ... 7 20 259 I Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy light grays and some of the darker AFTER THE ,FIRE WHAT THEN
I The most eminent physician! can: not smoke tones as well are to be very ,
Yesterday's Results. Following Is a list of the deeds recorded well 1 liked during the coming season I A complete loss by fire prevents many people taking ui|'

. Cincinnati 5 col-ic I :yesterday reported! by the and that the biscuit; and node .sha$- their lives asthey were before. Often they are unable
Money's Worth or Your Money Back New York 6; rebuild or buy a new stock of goods
Pensacola Abstract Co.
success of .: _
'Pittsburg 7; Philadelphia 6, (ten in- this remedy..has .shown ? v ins! are to be more popular than they I o.
it
to
t'Your- PHONE 790. nings). to all' oth rs. It be fails superior Lena Giardina and'Herman Harrison were last season. The mellow yello\\ LET US INSURE YOUR PROPERTYagainst
never ,
! Chicago 10; Brooklyn 1. and when reduce.r*with to T. L. Gant, the N. 97 ft. cf lot 15; tones of the banana order, tints hardly
; F FI Next to New Brent Building St Louis 6; Boston 1. sweetened, Is pleasant'to take.water tnd i Old City with .the exception of 3 ft. yellow, not quite biscuit or ecru, are loss or damage by fire. Protection and prompt
.
'
family should bt:" supplied with Every it. previously sold 1J>y Jas.'>S. Herron,I also promised considerable" attention, settlementsf, y,
American League. i $1000..and other considprationsrJas.C.vWatson and.several rather-
light
; soft
p. Sold by all druggist *i greensare
'
.I .. 29 S. PALAFOX ST. Won Lost Pct. I .toiJ.JB, .Simpson, being experimented with. .Insurance Knowles Bros. Gen'I Agts
: Philadelphia .. .. ..,.15 7 682 lots 6i7i8randt9; of, b'Iop.'l06() st 1 1ire Life.. .;'PenS lalla.o
FitY Fit Detroit. .. .... ..I..14 8 636 For Justice of Supreme Court King Tract. $160. Charming Coitnme. ""
; f Cleveland .. ..... ..13 9 591 i
Vote for Two: .
f7VOOD The costume that is made with Just .
.
"' '7
=-0;
St. Louis .. ... ..13 10 565 \i '"
Washington .. .II.. .. .11 11 500' T. L. Clarkeand Do Not be Impose l Upon. such a simple little Eton jacket as this

. ,.. .. 429 one is a favorite for the spring and Is
9 12
All kinds that want. New York .0 Foley & Coy Chicago. originated}
you
Chicago. .... .... .. 9. 13 409 Charles B. ParkhillFor Honey; iu irTar'as a throat and'lung just as charming,.graceful and chic as ..NMN/1NN4.NNNN//N....O....+..e............
Boston .. ... ..... .... 8 17 320, remedy, tajid, on account the great jean be. As illustrated, the material is JPF3NU..QOL4
t merit popularity} of foley's Honey voile, in one of the lovely greens that
PINE
AND
OAK Yesterday's Justice of Supreme Court and Tar;'many imitations are offered fire so well! liked! this season,'trimmed Iii Iron Works and Supply 2.1

Detroit 3; Washington 1, (ten In- Vote for Two: for the-'ge''n lne. These worthless Im' with handsome: braid of the same col- :
cheaper than you can buy nings.) itations have similar sounding names. or, but 'every seasonable material is Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND
t, It anywhere. Any slzo you St. Louis 11; Boston 1. Charles B, Parkhilland Beware of them. The genuine Foley'aHoney appropriate, the design being an admirable + FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
want. Philadelphia-Chicago! rain. ... and Tar is in'a yellow pack one for the little checks and REAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders!, *
New York-Cleveland, rain. ':" age. Ask for it and refuse any sub stripes as well as for the plain wool day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and *
I. L G. SEWELL -' J, B. Whitfield stitute. It i. the best._' remedy for fabrics and also! for the linen and silk o Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office. phone 123, Residence *
Amateurs Organize. e phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WTTMAN|
I coughs: and colds. For sale by W. A. suitings, which will be in demand with NNO.NNNiN/NeeeNNN. Mgr. 0
The Kandy Kitchen Kompany base D'Alemberte. e1NNINdNONNNN14.0WANTED
f Phone 614. ball team has been organized and are For Railroad Commissioner. .
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, ready to meet all teams of the sea Vote for Two: .
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--- son. The line-up is as follows: R. Hudson Burrand ?ire SPORTING ::;WORLD r.
Gam. Gonzalez, catcher; Dan Sheppard "
short stop; Julius' Daniels,! Lajole In Shape For Campal&'Do !
pitcher L. Wlttich second 'base; Bert
: McAllister;; third base; Joe Santo, first N. A. Blitch. Napoleon Lajc-ie and ibis In team of Wanted:By a widow with five small children, food and
sturdy Clevekndites splendid
base Owen Langfortf. left field; are?
fANCY Ernest; McVoy, center field; Joe Penn shape for the coming American league raiment. Until recently was supported by husband, who has

)', right field; Filo McAlister, baseball campaign. : 'r died without life insurance. Address "A," care Dunkard
pitcher; Louis Guttman, pitcher; C. NOTICE" Lajoie's team Is looked on. as one of
Saurez, utility.It the strongest aggregations in Ban
Home.A
Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. The Wooiley Sanatorium,the only Institute policy in the Union Central Life would have made
in the United
States .where the
How often do we hear it remarked: Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habitscan the needed provision.
'VESTS' "It's only a cold." and a few days later be cured without exposure, and
learn that the man is on his back with much for the .R:
so
ease patient. Only
B. S.
with pneumonia. This is of such 30 days' time required. Describe WILLIAMS General Agent.
common occurrence that a cold, how.
your case and I will write yOU'an
ever slight, should not be disregarded. opinion as to what I. can ,accomplish :/
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for you. Ask your family physicianto
:; \ FANCY AND counteracts any tendency of a cold to investigate. Dr. B.,M.: Wooiley, 104

result great in pneumonia oppularity, and and has extensive gainedits N. Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga.. 111 I!You Use a Writing Machine,You Need teaL

WHITE VESTS sale by its prompt cures of this most C. '
common ailment It always cures I SMITHS, BROS.
":;-- and is pleasant to take. For sale by n ",!' III / ."

are very popular with all druggists.For 5'... L -"I Visible Typewriter.Write .

,, smart dressers this sea i "K '55 o for particular and prices to
Railroad Commissioner. r '
son. Nothing looks '
neat and genteel as a sa Vote for Two: L. S. Brown, Pensacola, Fla.

('c R. Hudson Burrand JOS.COlE'MAN :

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. N. A Blitch aHNNNN11Nt1N110NNN4s 4'NNN04N4i.,.........:

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IFor Justice of Supreme Court i LOW COST AND SATISFACTION i

Plain white and fancy Vote for Two: a

_ ,iY' figures:. In handsome patterns T. L. ,Clarkeand i There arp t'!' -dOc ded :advantage's:-!" *fr gained 4 ''- fa'cooking .,"J
t ?1.00 to 52.50. FURNISHERI KAPOLEOX LUOIE. ---- .. !
v
: gas ri :; r '
I .r Johnson's league, and no one would besurprised LOOSE nrnSQ ETON JACKET. : >
Our line of Washable! Charles B. ParkhillFor
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.' IPour-in-Hands at 25c are if they won the pennant'thic the coming of still warmer weather. | First Low Cost. W'\/ i
t all the go. r fear. Lajoie has retained all his stars Wide braid makes one of the most effective

o '_ Railroad Commissioners.Vote TO'I"I" of last year, and'If his health: is goo< of all trimmings and is always i Second, Satisfaction.Instead i
I for Two: team
: the will rank with the X>p notch. simple.and easy, but the narrow sou- |
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2-- E. B. BAILEYand .11I. "ers from start to finish. tache sort applied in some pretty de of the old fashioned way of wagon and coal

sign Is also in vogue. The Eton allows'a had, you have your fuel delivered to you in pipes at "oirt :
: N. A. BLITCH choice of the loose sleeves or those : instant command and paid for after you have U: frJ '' +
: H D. ANSON MAN AND. BOYPalafox. Caring For the Feet. that are,gathered into roll over cuffs : 'And think how very clean everythin'g can be !k':''' +
: Range. installed
complete for !
thirteen dollars.
For Justice of Supreme Court Never think that the feet will grow and Is simplicity itself finished with i i

;:. Vote for Two:; larger from wearing proper shoes. little flat collar. The skirt is cut In
CASH CLOTHIER, Pinching and distorting mate themSTOW three pieces, the front gore being laid I
I s
;" Charles B Parkhilland i 212 .S. not only large but uasijhtly. A In plaits that turn toward one another Pensacola Gas Company i
and the fullness at the back in double
natural of all
proper use muscles'!
t Corner Palafox and Main, makes the cocfpaci&a4.attractive.' Inverted plaits that give "a similar effect i Phone 148.: 24 and'-27 E. Garden Street. I
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The rates for RATES.political' announce-{! For County Tax Assessor. f nJ i :l/:; "! 1.

-Vote For'' ; [ ments, not exceeding 8 lines, to run i j I will be a candidate for re-nomina;- t. '4t i '

till the primary of May 15, are as follows tion to the office of County Tax Asses. t'"".t :'' I.
: sor, in the Democratic :
Primary of May r .1 '. ;
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... The Daily Journal...,...... ..10.00 15. I respectfully ask your support f''f.;
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The Weekly Journal. ... ...... 51)0> ) W. W. RICHARDS. +' f f'. =: t

r r PRIMARY r rDW These rates are strictly cash in advance 1;.t;. _. 'r:. :

I and no announcement will be For County Commissioner Dist No. 1. ': '
f' :'
inserted or run under other ,
any con-. 'l
ditions.: I The friends of C. F. Zeek announce f'; r i 4 : f' .
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him as a candidate for county commissioner s, )
ji I : 4-
rd iIIiams For the State Senate. from District No. 1, subject i 4 'f '
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:. I E Names Will Appear on the John S. Beard, a candidate for the mary to the of action May 15.of the Democratic prt,1.; I -;,,1.! ,

Ticket to Be Voted on nomination to the State Senate in the !f,1). ; j
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Democratic .
primary called to be held: I hereby announce my candidacy 1. '
May 15. May 15th, together with other speakers for County Commissioner from Dies s >i 'r*i '*5'* ,1-%-
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will address the people of Es- trict No. I, subject to the action ol f *>
cambia county upon the political issues the primay of May 15th. ''l i f. S"l{f') --

of the flay at the following i -'iA j{
J. B. ROBERTS
for I In order that the Escambia county times and places: ; r ti@} ,
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electors may become familiar with the Millview, Thursday night, :May 3. For County Commissioner Dist. No. z. : ft tl'
I form and arrangement of the namesof McDavid, Friday night, May 4. ) j ,;

I the various candidates as they will Nix's Precinct, Tuesday night: May I hereby announce my candidacy II.1 J .itf
appear on the official ballot to be voted for county commissioner from Dis i

in the primary to be held May 15th, 8th.Beulah, Thursday night, Hay 10. trict No.2, subject to the action o! ; i .
J
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The Journal has prepared an unofficial Pensacola (Seville Square) Friday I,'the primary of May 15th. I' f ;: i f

ballot which will be found below.In night May 11. / JOHN A. MERRITT. .. '.: :.. a .

signifying your choice for any Pine Barren, Saturday night, May \ i I :-; ; ;
DUn. candidate the voter should rememberthat 12. I hereby announce my candidacy fog ) ":' ;;
a cross mark must be made before re-election to the office of county com ,1 S'I {
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the candidate's name, or on the For the Legislature. missioner from District No. 2, subject ,,
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Ck: ist the right hand side the vote will I am a candidate for member of the mary. {- i y, ; :; : f
not ccunt for the office in which this lower house in the state legislaturefrom W." J. SENNOTT.For < ; F
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.M.i error is made. Escam-bia county in the Democratic '
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Any marks appearing on the ballot primary of May 15, and will appreciate County Commissioner Dist No. 3.I :.,1 p,.F ;
(other than the for identifica- ,, .. t ,
cross) the support of all Democrats. .. '
tion or mutilation, will invalidate CHAS. M. COSTON. hereby announce my candidacy fo' i t ,

Trarr ,same and the inspectors of election re-election to the office of county com* ; .\. a
a : ; 'will not count the ballot. missioner from District No. 3, snbjecU : j ::1 i
: I am a candidate for to the !
representative : action of the Democratic Pri _. ; f
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The ballot.as prepared is as follows: in the lower house of the state mary of May 15. .;' .:' ,i '

Unofficial Ballot. legislature, subject to the action of J. M. ANDREWS. : !.

Democratic Primary Election held the Democratic primary '-ot May 15, ".

May 15, 1906. Make a cros (X) mark and I will appreciate the support of I hereby I.! ;- .
announce candidaet'I. -:
; ., Mr. Williams now serving his first term; and in before the of all democrats for my : ; .
K name the candidate of comity commissioner from District .
your choice. J. E. LONG.I No.3, subject to the action: of tha ;,, ,
accordance with Democratic: custom atd precedent, he Democratic primary of'May 15. j. ; '

For Representative In Congress. hereby. announce myself A. C. ;, t tI
as a
; BLOUNT, JR. tS
1 ; asks for re-nominatfon for, the office which heHJbas ,. !
a sos (Vote for one) candidate for the lower house of the r .

.. Florida legislature '. -0,
subject to the action
faithfully filled. r!; WILLIAM: B. LAMAR.'' of the Democratic primary on hereby announce my candidacy: ; '
for
County Commissioner .
A
h K JEFFERSON :. May 15th. GEO. T. MORGAN.I from Dl
D. STEPHENS.
.Z trict
: No. 3. subject
til : to the: action of; i
:
Both Mr. Williams and his friends.will appreciate the Democratic Primary of May 15. ,:

11 For Justice of Supreme Court hereby announce myself a candidate W. A. SHELBY. .j j{ .

r v your vote in (Vote for two) for representative in he lower ,
9 s house of the state legislature, sub-j+ For "" ,
County Commissioner Dist .
THOMAS A. CLARKE jeet to the action of tUe Democratic; -- -- ---- -- No.4. ; ;
i r CHARLES B. PARKHILL primary of May 15.M. Ihereby announce myself; -a candi--

J. B. WHITFIELD.For 01] BAGGETT.To date for re-election as county commissioner ;' ; ; '

Tday1 s from District No. 4, subV : ,
Railroad Commissioner. the Democratic Voters of Escam. jest to the action of the Democratic J 1 -

s '.(Vote for two) bia County: Primary of May 15. ,' '
I : ti At the request of many friends J. A. WIGGINS. ', ,
THOMAS J. APPLEYARD. from the country and from the city I I

$ '5: E. B. BAILEY.R. hereby announce my candidacy ior I hereby announce myself as a can. ". .- I

PrimaryEiectione HUDSON BURR.N. Representative in the legislature at didate for county commissioner from ,
A. BLITCH. the session: 1907, subject to the actionof District No. 4. subject to the action of

the Democratic primary, May 15th, the Democratic Primary May 15.
1906, and I earnestly solicit the support
... .. '. : >For State (Senator. of the Democracy of Escambia H. C. CLOPTON.
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favor liberal pensions for Confed The friena's\: of W. P. Brownson r I'..
i JOHN S. BEARD. hereby announce him as a candidate .,
erate soldiers and their widows.

CHAS. M. COSTON FRIEND N. McK- OERTING THE For County Representatives.Vote ) country Uniform public school schools terms, giving the same the for from the office District of No.County 4, subject Commissioner to the ; .

4 ( for two) length term as the city schools action of the Democratic Primary ol t ',

e FOR COLLECTOR M. O. BAGGETT.CHAS. A uniform school book law, and May 15th 1906. i .

OF ORGANIZED LABOR M. COSTON. free books for the pupils of aIl1 public I : .

M. JACOBY. schools.An For County Commissioner, Dist No 5.
i J. E. LONG. efficient law for the equalizationof
HE+ IS MAKING! A STRONG- .CAM' TAX .. A' GEC.,T. MORGAN. __ taxes. I hereby announce my candidacy for r!

PA1GN A.ND'HIS BE.'l JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. Good roads specially.Yours re-election to the office of county come

Typographical Union Ash Union FRIENDS respectfully, mIssioner from District' ( No. 5, subject
LIEVE THAT HE WILL BE For County Treasurer. I M. JACOBY. to the action of ;j.he Democratic Pri i' ,

Men Him for (Vote for one) mary of May 15. ,
to Support Representative MONEY I
NOMINATED AT TUES tt f I am a candidate ror member of the J. R. STEWARD.
t* JOHN G. WELSH.J. .
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House of Representatives from ESt.
in legislature.The DAY'S ELECTION. E. WILLIAMS. I
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cambia county, subject to the Democratic Board Public Instruction.
If want BUSINESS BOARDof THOS. F. WRIGHTON. I solicit
you a Primary. earnestly
i I Neils McKinzie Oerting is making a. .
the of the voters of the I hereby announce myself a candl
Typographical Union has issued vigorous campaign for the office of county commissioners board For Tax Collector. support coon.1
the endorsement of Hon.Chas. I ty. JERRY J. SULLIVAN, JR. I date for member of the school board
followng collector that
county tax and his friends i will spend the tax-payers' moneyin (Vote for one) "
s from District No. 3, subject to the
31. Coaton ,candidate for the ac
are already predicting for:
victory the interests of the
tax-payers- tion of the Democratic '
primary of
,
s>ate legislature: aHw him. I N. McK. OERTING. For Justice Peace-District No. 2.
Mr. Coston.To mark your ballot today as follows: May 15.
Support: Nearly everyone in the countyi i I
J. S. ROBERTS.
Union and Its Friends in Es- I hereby announce myself as a W. B. HUBBARD.
Labor knows him and he has tha esteem' I _
For County Commissioner, Dist No. 1.
of Justice of
candidate for the office
We cambIa take Ceunty this :method of inviting II and confidence of everyone.NEILS i iWI (Vote for one) For Tax Assessor. the Peace, District No. 2 subject to I will be a candidate for member
(Vote for one) action of the Democratic primary Board of '
}our support for Hon. Chas. M. Cos- the ship in the Public Instruction -
ton, candidate fur representative in J. B. ROBERTS.C W. W. RICHARDS. May 15th, and would respect- from District No. 1, in the primary ..

,legislature\ at the Democratic Primary C. F... ZEEK. fully ask the support of the honor election.
fl1.pflJIy For Members Board of Public Instruc- able vote of the god citizens of Pen WM. E. ANDERSON. .
of l"I. know
Tuesa'ay: May e Fbr County Commissioner, Dist. No. 2. tion. sacola: and Escambia county.
Mr Coston as a clean able and con- (Vote for '
one)
.-. vat supporter and advocate of .. (Vote for one in each district) Very respectfully, I will be a candidate for member. '
,. J. L. BELL.I in the Board of Public In. '
ii' principles of Union Labor, and ship truc* !
X JNO. A. MERRITT.WM. :
r !ioa! : Labor needs just such a man inj : District No. 1.WM. tion from District No. 2, in the primary .
.. J. ''SENNOTT. E. ANDERSON. hereby announce my candidacyfor election. "
'I. legislator of state.
!for these reasons! our, we hope that I For County Commissioner Dist. !No. 3. District No. 2. the office of Justice of the Peace H. G. DeSILVA. .

Or;: aizsd Labor will support Mr. Cos-, tVjQ'a: (Vote for one) H. G. DeSILVA. for the Second District of Escanibia I
County, subject to the Democratic
District No. 3.
ton to a man next Tuesday.TYPOGRAPHICAL I will be a candidate for membership .
to be held May 15th 1906.
UNION NO. 293.' CHAS. M. COSTON. JAS. M. ANDREWS. W. M. AGERTON.W. Primary I. in the Board of Public Instruction-
R. L. NICHELSEN.I .
'X A. C. BLOUNT. JR. B. HUBBARD.For from District No. 3, in the primary; '

Sa ...fo'rqiat W. A. SHELBY.For election.
hereby anounce myself a candi--
Supervisor of Registration.Vote W. M. AGERTON.For .
s.w County Commissioner D'.st: No. 4. ( for one) .-;*. date for the office of Justice of the

(Vote for one) Peace for District No. 2, subject to -. .- --
action of the Democratic I
the Primary
W. M. J. SCOTT. Railroad Commissioners. :
W. P. BRONSON.X May 15th.
'S SSS Vote for Two:
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H. C. CLOPTON.JNO. For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 1. J. D. GOS3.
Selected and
grains perfect E. B. BAILEY
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A. WIGGINS.For (Vote for one) <-
I candidate for Justice of the
'z am a and :, ,
fermentation make County Commissioner Dist. No. 5. J. B. ROBERTS.C. Peace in the Democratic primary to "
t (Vote for one) F. ZEEK. be held May 15th, 1906 District: No.I N. A. BLITCHFor

2. Escambia: County, Florida. Any .. t
For Justice of Supreme Court. 'For County Commissioner Dist. No. 2, assistance:: will be apreciated from Justice of Supreme Court.

Vote for Two: (Vote for,one) the Democratic voters. Vote for Two: ,
GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For .

-1 McK. OERTINGHe Charles B Parkhilland JNO. A. MERRITT. Charles B, Parkhilland
ii WM. J. SENNOTT. Tax Collector.
served the in
city the capacityof
myself candidate -
I hereby announce a
1 tax collector for ten years, and J. B. Whitfield For County Commissioner 'Dist. No. 3. for re-election to the office of B Whi ield
J. ,
when h3 left that office he carried a (Vote for one)
Tax Collector for Escanibia county
QuKerRye.rl good record with him. In facts ie hap JAS., M. ANDREWS.A. at the primary to be held on May 15, T. T
always been a,faithful official and hasa Fcr Railroad Commissioner.
C. BLOU T, JR. 1906. I solicit your \ot9.
k
strong following in the present ffghLMr.
Oerting has lived in Pensacolaall Marine Grocery Co. W. A. SHELBY.For Respectfully J., S. ROBERTS. Vote for Two:

of his life antf has always been Commissioner Dist. No. 4.
identified with every movement.for.the 604 60S 608. 610 S. Paiafox St. County R. Hudson Burrand
\ (Vote for one)
I upbuilding of Pensacola and Escambia Phone 723. At the solicitation of friends, I hereby -'
county. If he is elected he'' V. J. VIDAL, Manager. W. P. BRONSON.H. announce myself a candidate for

will unquestionably make a good 'tax C. CLOPTON. of Tax Collector subject to N, A Blitch. "
We will sell for ten days at less JNO. A. WIGGINS.For the office ; .
collector as his long experience as city'tax -
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than cost: the action of the Democratic Primary ,
Least 1 collector qualifies him for the position No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. County Commissioner Dist No.5.Vote May 15. 1906. For Justice of Supreme Court -
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Pure and stimulating.: i Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc ( for one) VEILS McKENZIE OERTING. Vote for Two: I


h reactive effect, duetoe its Sentence of Long "l\ord.. per Blood!pound.Red Salmon, 10c per lb. JAS. R. STEWARD..For For. County Treasurer.I T. and L. Clarke ,

t Administrator general's counter rev. Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per Justice of P ace, District No. 2.. ,
will be a candidate in the democratic Charles B. Parkhill
olutionary intercommunications uncirastantiated. kit. *
forgone)
perfect aging. (Vote
-" primary of May 15 for te-nomination
(in tins
: Quartermaster general's Kaiser Herring ) 45c per
-J-L--BELL.:
G r to the office of county treasure
tin.
r disproportlonableness characteristically F.&A. M.
Worth' while 'to -get contradistinguished unc nstitu.tlonists' Salacine Sausage (imported) 23c: J R.. D.1...GOSS.NICHELSEN. er. The support of all democrats will A regular communicatiea-: ,
your be appreciated.
a incomprehen ibilities. per pound. GEO. J. SLOCUMB.For J. ED. WILLIAMS.I of Pensacola Lodgeo.. 42,
: We have a fresh stock of imported F. & A. M.. will be held
it. :Maccaroni Spagetti, Italian Tomato Justice of Peace, District No. 5. Thursday night. All mem
Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., A Tonng Artist. .' Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes (Vote for one) hereby announce myself a candidate -I bers are requested to be
Llttte WillIe made a drawing. for the office of Treasurer .
and 2-10 Main Stt County
y 404-403 Palafax St.
Pilot Bread Italian
Navy Bread, Hard present and visiting brethren invited.
And he showed mamma with pride.
!,r Pensacola, Fla. 2 "What. Is that?" he asked !exultant. Tack, Boston Brown Bread, French J. M. HARRISON..For subject to the action of the Democratic i t By order of

'Tls a puppy" she replied. Bread, Russian Caviar and imported Primary. T. E. HARVEY, W. M, '
b' French, and Italian Sweet Oils. Justice of Peace District ='0. 7. THOS. F. WRIGHTON. B. M. SOLOMON Sec.

and. 'Gin Then he took it to his father We carry the only full line of Fran (Vote for one) -
Coronet Old Tom Dry "It's Who exclaimed: for wonder certain.I ,.now' Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'scanned'goods I hereby announce myself a candidate -

should a quadruped: say It was a cow." :' in the city. Gulf City JOS. E. HANKS I for the office of County Treasurer For Justice of Supreme Court. '

III.! .. Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard j. s. RIKARD.Following of Escambia county, subject to the Vote for Two:
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to __ _,, _, __ ____ -___ _,_ .__ ___-, Willie wondered that his parent Daybreak Diamond Blend and Gol- : action of the Democratic primary of T. L. Clarkeand
Did so strangely! disagree."It den Rio Coffee for sale. They: are al this will be the candidates May 15, and respectfully solicit the :
Joprna was meant to be the sofa and give each precinct for members of :support of all .voters. I'
for The high grades perfect satisfac- from
Subscribe .. '. In the parlor. murmured Washington: he. Star. tion., the executive committee. JOHN G. WELSH. Charles B. Parkhllln

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r Virginia were recently put in com la.x .tlVe
cts
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tr-ulyas .Q. .
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will be commissioned next.month,
: of. : and it is probable the Connecticut will ; ',r': Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
4 ; L be the flagship of the reorganized ;,;j ::wk 1 well-informed and to the healthy, because its
r fleet The battleship New Jersey and and
wholesome
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r 4 component parts
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the armorea'(' cruisers Tennessee and. ./
j 1 'Washington are scheduled to be in Cly1 and because it acts without disturbing the
t commission this summer as will also Itv.; natural functions, as1 it is wholly free from
the protected cruiser St. Louis. r 4i ;:::s:, every objectionable quality or substance. In
: J. S. ROBERTS The vessels; before being attachedto -'iti ; Hinz uy the process of manufacturing figs are used, as
the fleet, will cruise to get the
1rt' \
1i the taste but the medicinal
machinery in working order, and to they are pleasant to -
determine their steering qualities. "' .1 '/ virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from

}" .: f-r an excellent combination of plants known to
I NATURE'S METHOD. "i! c ;: n be medicinally laxative and to act most bene-
t i I who is now serving his first term as '' r y .2. : ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy

A Kicker Who Was Only Speaking .2 the genuine-manufactured by the

Generally! About Teeth. ,
J t's funny about person's ',
w \'S
County Tax Collector"I teeth," remarked the man who had >* VvfroV

; ordered soup"and chicken hash for

his lunch. "At least it isn't so i
;Q 0oul
_. .. .... .', # : blamed funny as it's curious. You
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i: for instance." Vljj .l Ky' /iew rkI1Y..,
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Ii" security: Buf he woulcfnotl- --Then- I j "Well?" said the man opposite. / For sale by an leading Dnjjgijts in original packages only bearing the fan
HEALTH RULES. "A man's nails don't name of the
work oU secrefing" waste matters Hastings hurled dice and box across : finger grow, Company.
from the blood. When this is done they?"
the saloon
mir- :
smashing a splendid
:, Their Observance May Ward Off cr vigorously the skin is said to "act" I and : "Certainly. So does his hair." ...
ror, throwing himself exhausted
Cure Sicknoas.j well. When it is not done well, an I } ,"Well, what's the use? We don't 04leaaeaeaaeea22222aaeeaaaaaeaaeaaeaeeeeaa2
sofa burst into tears
j ,; Read carefully and.remember- undue strain is thrown upon the kid- upon a :. "I,can play no more., exclaiming I- teed our hair or our finger nails- '

I} .. That the frequent use of hot neys, and theyhave to perform; some have lost everything I have in the j, not more than a certain length any- q
aths< is debilitating. of the waste removing work left un I II way- but they keep sprouting right '
I
world.
fli
am a beggar! I

I i- That fresh blood vegetables pure.f are used forkeepingthe done kidney by mischief the skin,may and be some set form up by of watching Davis stood him. still Then, calm he,said unmoved: "}Ir., I i;,I long along as, just we live.as if" we did and just as YOU CAN SET A GOODT ABLE

suffer from rheu- "Oh I dm't.know said the other -
That'people.who the overwork put on them in this listen ,
Hastings, to me. I will forego I
matism-will go a long way toward way.-Boston Traveler. man, passing his hand over the II Seven
curing themselves by avoiding beer. everything I have won tonight on I top of his head.* Days in a Week and Three Times a Day
one condition and that is that
That'the overuse.of alcohol has a THE STORY OF AN INGRATEA will take a solemn, oath never you to "Well, yohr*finger nails do any $
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particularly disastrous effect upon' touch cards or dice again. The way. But you. just get your one t.U And yet stay within your means. It's merely a matter of manN)
the'liver, the kidneys and the blood I Ir. Gambler's Generosity and What It I crop of teeth, and they've got to do '

!t :vessels i I Brought In Return. ruined thank his gambler benefactor fell on and his to knees take the to you. There's nothing more comingto 1(1l; agement-of knowing where buy. Let us fill your: orders. We Jjj

J-: .That cold feet cause indigestion There is a well authenticated story -i II you." .
oath. The latter to No
| guarantee satisfy matter if
immediately restored ; you. want small steak
you a or j ja
t.- liver troubles, diarrhea and other of Scrope Davis, a London dandyof :1 he had and "I always understood there were I :. .
everything won, '
,
\l. ills'and should be carefully guarded a hundred years ago, an inveterate -I oddly enough, Hastings kept his two crops/ fU roast, or a few slices of ham, or whether you want a nice, big, fj
l|" against gambler, but also a man of talent "Yes, the baby teeth. That's so. f
& That underdone beef and mutton a gentleman and a wit. One i i vow and man.lived a wealthy and prosperous ,But that's only another instance of fine, juicy tenderloin steak, or a big tender roast, or a fat chicken fi i iw

f are not unwholesome, underdone night he introduced to a young. But the medal has a sordid re the foolishness of the whole arrangement i "' or turkey. We can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. SGARTLAND

jj veal or pork iyvery.'unwholesome in- man named Hastings, who had in- verse. When in after Scrope How do we start in? Without

f deed and often causes.illness.r herited.. colossal fortune, much of Davis, reduced to years any teeth at all. Then we begin
great *w
I That if ournatural teeth/have be'I' which he had poverty, cutting 'em. They us night
already gambled away. ventured to ask him for worry fjI
come deficient artificial ones will be They commenced to play hazard, assistance, the hound wrote some him slight a and day and make us drool all over & ZELIUS

'I' of great service.in preventing dyspepsia Hastings remarking at the same curt, formal reply in the third our bibs, so that we must have our ,
by enabling us to chew our time that he must'soon cut that sort per- white dresses changed every few I N
that Mr.
son, regretting Hastingswas COR. BAYLEN
t I i. food.well of fun; as he was about to marry unable to offer Mr. Scrope Davis hours, and they wake us up at night & INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 RJ
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if f of food we not only lose a conlit Scrope was in great luck. Main around and sing to us and give us saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiTommy's

siderable proportion of its nutriment after main he won and as often soothing sirup that makes morphine I
but also the foundations Opposed to Colored lien. fiends of in after life and not
lay wished to cease play, but Hastings, us ,
lit- of indigestion. who continued to pour glass after "During the last national campaign only that, they disorder our little Rdt're.TommyTalking ; .
BOSSO'SIce
said Shaw the other t
Secretary ,
That an escape of gas into one's glass of champagne down his parched "an orator day stomachs and send us into conVul- of riddles, un- l I. .
eloquent was urging the
It k bedroom is very injurious to health, throat, was pallid with excite-i people in one of the southern cities to sions, from which we frequently die., cle, do'you know the difference be- i h- # S Cream
I" even though it be a very slight one. ,' ment and insisted upon a chance to support the Democratic ticket Henry Why?" tween an apple and an elephant? 4 Factory

It is frequently an unsuspected retrieve his fortune. The excite- Gassaway Davis, who was over eighty "Ask me something easy." Uncle-No, my boy, I don't. can furnish you cream I n
f cause of sore throat and headache. ment became general. Other playersleft years old was considered a poor candidate "That keeps up for about two To imy-You'd be a smart chap EXCURSION.TO any quantity. &UsfaC'lIJU

> That anythingover and above the their own tables to crowd around and many of the spellbinders be- years, and, having gone through to end out to buy apples, wouldn'tyou guaranteed. ,
quantity of nourishment required tof' the duelists. Time after time Hast- lieved that the presence of Davis on with all that, you'd suppose a kid ? MARIANNA AND RIVER JUNCTION PHONE 1326

replace the waste'which is constantly ings threw crabs, whilo Davis followed the ticket weakened it. The orator might be provided with teeth for \ MAY 28. 1906. : SAM BOSSO. Prop.

I going onJn the body is not only with the nick. was the ticket trying by to urging overcome the the defect men tc in life_ But no.TJie; last, stomach' Peter. Peter Porker Porker's found some Skating.ice !F:rst and only chance to visit points a

r. unnecessary, butis; apt to do harm. The rattle' of' the dice and the support Davis who, although young an octogenarian tooth is hardly in before the first Near the farmer's dairy. of interest on the P. & A. R. R.. Will NOW READYSeRari's
t 'Overeating asmischievous as un- ceaseless flow of,wines went on all was still of front tooth begins working loose. "Oh." he thought, "It will be nice leave on regular passenger train on
a man ability "
If.this ice will bear me! '
0; 'dereat perhaps: even more .50.r night, and far into the next day. and would live out his term with good And then there's toothache. The :Monday 30. Fare morning for May 28, and returnon Bath House

That without a healthy skin one Hastings was mad with excitement. luck. first toothache My land! 'Then Peter With Porker one little touched."trotter.the"ice na and River Junction round trip$2.50.to Marian- Everything first-class and

cannot have a healthy.body. To insure Every pound.and every security he "One of the auditors who bad drunk your mouth gets filled with saltorthe '"Oh".he said, "it would be nice For further information apply to uptodate.COfFEE'.
[ the health.of. the skin nothing possessed or could think of he pledged more than his allowance of red eye al- teeth, do-and cloves are wedged If this Ice were hotter!" ROBT. KING.

is more important than cleanliness. and lost.,. At last, like the game. most broke up the meeting by exclaim. fn them and cotton batting soak .
ti: Friction with a rough towel is also eter who staked his wife upon a cast Jag, 'I am a pretty god Democrat ed with creosote that takes the skin. NOTICE. '

t very; useful, as it stimulates the myriads of the dice and lost, he would have but as no I can't member vote of for an family octogenarian has all off the inside of your mouth Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
yet
: my
is! minute glands which ramify risked the welfare of the girl to voted for a man with nigger bjood in and camphorated chloroform and,all c owners of the following vessels
k the skin in all directions and as- whom he was engaged if the other his veins, and I'm not going to do it manner of stuff. You go throughthe will not be responsible for any

lSt _them_to properlYp!rformthe!- would have .acre top d_that_kind of now.' "New York World. mental anguish of having a vessels debts contracted unless first in the name of said We are the Pioneer
authorized by a
ii' .. string tied to some cuspid or incisor written order signed by us The above Coffee Roasters of
S1. and to the handle of a door. You notice refers to the following vessels: West Florida.McHUGH'S .
are taken to the dentist and obligedto Schooner Althea Franklin, Caldwell H.

A Builder use a toothbrush. Colt, Mary L Harty, Amy Wixon, Em-
Strength "Then the new teeth come, and ma Jane Osceola Aribla, Francis & '
Margery Silas -Steams .
Algoma Halcyon
they have to be straightened. Thenit BLENDS
f ,
C' William H. Warren, Clara PI I
"' is noticed that one has begun to -. SeTvell, Isabelle.WARRENFISH.f .
: After a wasting illness, there is decay, and it is scooped out and in-

; nothing which so surely and quickly laid with precious metals. Others, Pensacola, .May tilth_ ; l COMPANY.rt)6.) have no equal. A trial

builds exhausted follow. Then come the drilling will convince the
strength con
up as and filling of the back teeth, ulcera- Peter Porker thought the ice "
Should be near a fire. For CommiSsioner.Vote
> Railroad noisseur that
we
tion, desperation, distraction and ex- "Oh," he cried "it would be nice -s. .ai .
d USER '9USC traction. One by one they are crowned l 1- If this Ice were drier!" 1. for Two: ; make no extravagant
pNt4 bridged, buttressed and other R. HudsonvBurr
"'" peter. jumped upon the ice. : claims.
,,5tv"- wise repaired until at the age of for. Ah how he did suffer! and .
1>h," he shrieked "it would be nice '
ty, perhaps fifty or sixtyanywaywith "If this Ice were rougher!" N, A,.BHtch\ff.
twenty or thirty good years of -Cincinnati Enquirer. ", Wholesale and RetsllGROCERS

life before him-a man is practically fOr Justice of Supreme Court. '
toothless after been troubled "
,
having Vote for Two:
; more or less all his days. Now..
: IhSPARXt1NG I claim nature is dead wrong,there. HEALTH RESTORED Charles B, Parkhilland
and all kinds of Feed
Teeth ought to grow like hair, as .

The nutritious, tissue-building elements fast as they are worn off-well,'fin-,: 'BY 'YOUR BITTERS J. B. ,;Wliitflcil/ '.' Stuffs*
in ger nails then. I keep forgetting. is! the gist of the thousands of testimonials .. ,
: } of choice Barley-Malt. predigested ,
you are bald. Teeth are to the ma-'! received from grateful pe:>- -
r form almost'instantly assimilated and pIe. With such proof to back It thereis For Railroad'Commissioners. '
are 4 jority simply nuisance and '
a an
i. ex no' logical reason why any man or Vote for Two' :' ? :J Pluto 1 Water
taken up by the'system. pense." VomanT should remain sickly. Get a E. B. BAILEY ? I
"Why don't you have the snags, bottle" -
out and an artificial set put ii and i and .. .
: Sold by all Druggists and Grocers. ofHOSTETTER'S Retail.
have done with it? Haven't you gOt'the N. A' ,BLlTCHfFor Wholesale and
"
"J Prepared by nerve?
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"' Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n "Snags! Me? Why,man, I'could STOMACH.BITTERS. ( Justice of Supreme Court. & New Orleans Grocery Co
bite
off the
end of a tenpenny nail ,
Vote for Two
today radd let It restore health, ;
5t. Louis. U.S.A. your
and chew it like
I
r. gum. never had a too. For Indigestion, Dyspepsia, T. L. Clarke '
} t\ toothache or lost a tooth in my life. Bloating,'Sour Risings, Headache, Cos4tiveness Jas. McHugh ,
!' .-. I'm speaking] generally.-Chicago Female Ills Or Malaria 'It is .and .. '-. .. '
.Xews. ex elIent. Charles B.'Park hill Phone 105. Proprietor

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I HE WASN'T SATISFIED. !. t:1 ::;":". :..>, 1'.:"" .-- .;_!. .. ... Vl! ( ._.... I for Mrs.finding Oietimer! fault with My her dear husband.girl! Just as If a married woman needed an excuse r' ::": ',l;

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yon?" asked the New York lawyer of a '

grocer in a Long Island Tillage, where ---, A Great Oversight.The ":,$
be happened to be on business for a "Banner," began Uncle Reuben of '
couple of hours. a r y .J long-haired man on the street car Vermont, as he entered the house, "you're !I .:...'j.-. :, .;
"I don't like the way I am treated. ," with ink on his fingers and a professionallook heard me declare 40 times over that I ,. ._ r .
the to hIs, face had been t
was reply. shaking his was down on trusts. : L ,
"How do you mean?" .q head and mntteiing to himself for threeor 1" .
"I have, Reuben. .
"The Panama Canal is being Investigated r four minutes, when the man on his { : ,' '
Isn't it?" right queried of him: "You've heard me say that any man 1
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-I believe so". I who'd raise the price of a necessity of : i', :
"Hope yon are not going to be ill, ;
"And so Is the Beef Trust, the Insurance sl) or anything" life ought to be whipped at the post. / ; 'j.
companies, the gas business, the "I'm all .right, as far as health Is concerned "That's the way you hare talked. ,
railroads, the Standard Oil and a score } I t xS was the reply, "but I say It "I've said that state prison was too I f b j ';
of other things. A regular wave of Investigation II was an oversight great oversight""What good for the scoundrels who squoze down : -
seems to be sweeping over the e do you mean?" the price of our butter and eggs." : : ,
country." I "You have" heard of Pliny, of course?" "I've heard you use them very words." I
"Well, doesn't that please you?" "Oh, yes. winter Hanner."
"It has been an ,
open
"It would If they didn't show par. l'' 1sm1 "What was his first name? Was It "
tiality. A month ago old Ben Stebbins Charles,. Henry, James Peter, or what? "Yes. s '. .
comes along here and sells me a sheep I fq4r I defyTou; to tell me his first name." "And we've pot the only lake in the ryI .
pelt with a big! cut in It. He refuses to r "By George, what a blunder!" gaspedthe United States that's been froie over'andrmade I .
make good. 1 call for an investigation, 1 other 'He must have had a front ( any ice." "
and the only reply I get Is that I must i I I
y name, but as you say, what was it? "That's true. But what are you comin'to j
old Ben let him
give a licking or continue .
on in his desperate career. Too 4 E S I don't bellete it was Jim Joe or Sam.I Reuben? 11. .
much partiality, sir-altogether too much. ;: G.tiu never heard It was Tom, Jake or "I'm comin to this, Hanner-that as
I won't'buy another darned sheep pelt 7 Bill. You, are a. professor, I take It?" we have got the 'only-lake: and the only .
of nobody-not even. to save the coun f "I am, and it's my business to be ice I've changed my mi.nd about trusts ;
try." r "Ben Stebblni Sells Me a Sheep Pelt I -; ;, 1 accurate-in historical fact. Just Pliny- and am goin' to ask a dollar a pound all
JOE KERR. W1t :.a.Big' Cut In It!" li'S\ summer, and tell the folks who don't like <
old No front name.. Got .
Pliny. to
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sight, sir-a very grave oversight. I --.. --- ------- 1
I t don't know what we are going to do
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THE ANGLES!: SALLIES.FORTH AGAIN .1"oEy.um;-'P.oDfG. i iT1'fZ'.2"
1t AND BY THE B$OO KLET'S SHORE, POCZ"-.l1Zl'f!

tl\\ DOTH IDLY LIE AND 'FISH AND THEN '
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1 -'." GOES HOME AND LIES SOME MORE. -'-" e !

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.. PLACING THE BLAME."Sir J .o
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tourist "I am sorry to say that I ol/'c cJ2zr't, '
1 cannot compliment your country." I
"No? What's wrong with my coun- 4
at:
try" he asked. 5

"You have become a nation of grafters.
-4 It seems as if every man was reachingout S. 1U
after money, and had no care how he
got I t." I '

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but you English are entirely to blame .',
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for it and have ne right to criticise." i iI iI \' l ,
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( ,. J1Lik "Why, your lords and dukes want our. iI t i -{ 1 11 1 1 1 'hlr .
daughters for wives, and you won't take r I '
them unless they are .worth four or five' 1 lli .I
millions apiece. We have to keep'. grafting ;.
to get the cash. See?" S I ? ; I' ,1 .
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"And that's where you were up a tree. I
r I'm a grafter, for instance. I'm stealing ,
everything In sight and digging for more, 1 J ,
Tr.a y but it's because I have a red-beaded l\\
I daughter who wants to marry a lord and /-
; he can't be bought for less than five mil I ,
lions. Plain as the nose on your face 4
:.' We graft: and you get all the advantage' 4"I'm Gee! I"hope none of me friends sees

..." of It. We steal the money and yon spend me doln: dls."menial work! I told 'em allI
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.' ..'I \.. _" ;;..... .. ...... Booze -The temperance"orator'said that in every: saloon you would find a bar to happiness.Mr. 1 First Ward "Heeler-Why'I thought you were after a political job.

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J ".' ,, J"'J SEVERELY[ [ [ JOHN WELSH

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: To the Democratic Voters of Escambia County: ;


ROASTED T[ Candidate :for ,Election to the Office of


Ii 1 Two Railroad. Commissioners are to. be'- voted for at the '-

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f Primary- Election to be held on'May 15. respectfully conjmendto Finding in Case of Lieut. J. A. :COunty Treasurer


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Anpov3d: by h." "'vak.-' YJ' -' '- YV''M '''':: '



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the of this gentlemanv! "' worthy of' their OFFICER RESPONSIBLE FOR
voters county as a GROUNING !OF WIf-SLOW AT:

HAMPTON ROADS REFR'IMAND-' :
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suffrage for one of such Commissioners. ; ED AND RESTORED TO DUTY- I


ORDERS TO MARINE OFFICER.1 'r\

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Respectfully Special :o The Journal.
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. Washington D. C., May 14.-The I
t members of the naval court martial:

t TohuiDearLCHANGES loard which tried Lieutenant J. A.J
I Schcfield'and which! refused to amend i

I its findings after the department had \4 r 1t
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requested_ to do so hag been severely
criticised! by Acting Secretary of!

I. the Navy Newberry. 1 Y y'r
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--n Lieutenant SchcSeld: commanded

Station Newport R. I., to the New the Winslow, when she ran upon a'Fhcal ,
IN THE PLATFORM Of Pussy Wants a Corner. .
Jersey when commissioned. at Hampton Roads: February 21 j
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f I, :Asst. Surg. H. W. Cole, Jr., detach. "Pussy wants a corner! last He was found guilty by the ,
The
cry rings down the hall. .
k .. : beard and sentenced ton to be .
: reprimanded
NAVAL SERVICEWashington I ed the Maine to Alabama. J. Deg GOSS 'Pus y wants a corner!"
I Asst Surg. \. D. McLean detached Cobs loud the children's; call by tn:! secretary.: Clemenc/
I the Alabama to home and wait orders. was reocmmendea' by eight of the! .2 J
And In the room where they're at plaj nine members of the board 'n view of!
y 1The Warrant Machinist E. A. Manck detached .
r Below is the'platform and appeal
followingChanges You and }
: go : look about fact that 5 r
the commissioned
he was: the oa'y s
have been ordered by the duty as inspector of coal -Baltimore of J. D. Gotss, candidate for Justice of; To see where that poor;pussy Is and J aitIi
L Md. to Bath Iron Works Bath 'f Who officer on beard had had'thirteen
the Peace for the Second District: seems, quite frozen out. c.
1Zlavy department: :Me., connection the I But no pJssScan find at all, .' v ccnsecut'e tours of duty ex-!
to the Naval duty ,, Geor'g'a.andduty The frank and honest way }which, he] you v !
B.Mtlton
i' Comdr. J. ceyt for two intervals: of twenty
Thaugh-.vaii seem bent the caW
Ron
on board vessel when commissioned puts forth his cause merits the consideration II
I. 1.Midshipmen. .
R. June "
Newport
:War College Mr. "Pussy wants a corner! minutes each J Jiln
of voter .Goss
H. K. Aiken and J. B. every
his
: comment on the findings Mr. ,
Warrant laclrlnJst C.. to lived in this ,
Y'l- Gray has county many years -
: Goldman detached the; Texas :to the duty as inspector of 'coal, 'Baltimore, and there is yet one evil word. .to b;: .- Newburg gays: : j ,
New Jersey. Md., June 2. said of him or his actions: /Ti. "The court Is clearly in error ;
Surgeon F. J. B. Cordeiro. retired, I beg to submit to -you. my candidacy hch, Is net approved: and aga'n: in z
:' placed on the retired list. the rfir ing xto correct its error w1c:11!
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I Given to Die. for the portion of Justice,o
Boatswain P. H nnin'g to the Navy: up pointed out by the department. !
District' of Es-
B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., Peace for the Secona!! J
;Yard, New York, N. Y. for duty In cambia county and to state plainly) "It is difficult to understand the I II
Ind. writes
Evansville, : "For over
f the general storekeeper's department. five I troubled with that without detracting'from the can-: I airplay of obstinacy and oMandityj!
Machinist T. Meyer de years was kidney thus presented, inasmuch as the: c-rart
? Warrant; didacy of any other candidate: for this I
bladder affections which causedme j
tached the Brooklyn to the Connecticut and : j thereby assures to put its own interpretation
when commissioned. much pain and worry. I lost fiesaand a I t N : cf rc lat'ens and decision,

Gunner H. A. Davis to the Naval was all run down and a year ago originally I established by the department I
,had to abandon work entirely. I had
itsetf.: For faTarc cf
I justic
Torpedo Station, Newport, R. L, May j
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of the best physicians who did
three
instruction in ordnance which therecn! ensue and the! injury
:8. for special
me no good and I was practically given I wh'"ch the discipline of the serviceiirust : "
then the Navy Yard
to
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.Washington D. C., for a like period. up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure rr- :r ,, necessafly suffer at the handsof : WELSH. I and whatever improvements \ ">
was recommended and the first bottle those to whom it is entrusted, and JOHN G. I .
: 'Warrant Machinists T. OUonnell gave me great relief and after taking by whc.m,1t shou'd be nod zealously: John G. Welsh is before the good made with regard to hard roa-K! i
: and H. Lobitz detached the Texas to the second bottle I was entirely cured. f NA guarded, the court is responsible. people of Escambia county as a candi- bridges and other public needs i';:'.; ;

the New Jersey.'President ." For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte.For 'The fact that an officer clearly: date for the office of co'tn'tv treasurer. ; that period ever found a staunch: aat.t
Roosevelt has issued guilty of very serious neg1i igence has Possibly no public' official or private vocate and supporter in the pj: :

orders directing Read :Admiral George Railroad Commissioner. by the strainer 1 and illogical conclusion citizen is more respected or admired of John G. Welsh.
I { 'A. Converse, chief of the Bureau of I Vote for Two: reached bv the court escaped among those who have the pleasure of His few months record as ::our?

I I Navigation to continue in that office R. Hudson Burrand edeouate punishment for his offenses.5s lass acquaintance, or thorougaly alIve I treasurer assures the citizens: of E>
for at least a year following his retirement : cf los counrrquence<: than the per- in his business methods both in conducting -' cambia county that he is capable, i >
on May 13. This announcement 0 manent injury which! would result to the duties of his public or pri-j I ergetic and courteous, with the .n'c

was made by Acting Secretary New- N A Butch I the service should! the department allow vate life: generous to a fault, ready at i object in view of do ng his duty ;in
t berry, who said law persons realized Pussy! wanta a cornerF* the action of this court to stand as any and all times to do, all. in his power the strictest sense. He is now b-.for.'
the work Rear Admiral Converse had I Tha cry is fall of glee."Pussywant ". ""t precadent and sanction be thus placed1: to advance the Interests of Eicam- the people of Escambia county f"r
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; done for the navy and particularly Bad For His Businex. f I But no a do corner:! ton: the admission: into naval jurisprudence bia county, and its citizens. election to the office of county trel; ?.;:-
pussy you.aee. I
f. for the enlisted men. -He added that Mick O'Flannigan of Liverpool is c J of pleas of the character s He has served as 'county commissioner er, and his friends believe he will r,-
the work the Rear Admiral' had done Irish Then whir dp all the children nigh ta'n>ed In this instance. s'l for five years, three years ofl ceive a strong support and TOte fnm
_, would not be appreciated for a great an gentleman ;who pursues the Run and Jump and earl: | "The department considers it timelyto that time being! chairman of that body I the good people? of Escambia count'i
many years. humble but' useful occupation of a i "Pussy wjuts a corner%fV; advise court martials: : that neglect I i
Lieut. Comdr. G. W. Williams the: ragman, though at one time he When there's no puss at all? on the part cf the members of naval -
And when. you-ask them why 'tis so
Bureau of Ordnance. Ney Department, served her in courts to uphola' the regulations governing -
'. majesty foreign partsas They:.haie. their curis;and say, "Von
Washington D. C. know ;;- ; the. navy is as grave a nejlsct l CT.A .
Lieut Comdr."J. B. Bernadoii d -- a soldier of the line. Mick is a Pawywanu a corner!" of duty and as far reaching in its in- good 8 day Parlor Clock . . .. .. .... ... *... .$5.0D
:: tached the Kearsarge to' home and: great orator in, his way, frequently .Washington Post jur'ous effect upon the service as a A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.03

t wait orders. addressing local meetings, at which .-,. -'. ., ', ...'r._.... n? 'ect or violation: cf those regulations 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.75 to. . . . . -.0. ... . .$3.03:
Lieut G. W. Steele, Jr., to duty'In! he generally draws upon his mili- J. D..": .GOSS =N ", E I G.CTeyLgve I.I '. : by officers while in positions of Repairing at reasonable prices.J. .

,.. charge of the Navy Recruiting r.Sta. : tary experience for appropriate il! ,, .. I "People ':api>eaf to-'cling'-tenacIouslyto responsiblity.The -department cannot concede F. BAV3S, JEWELER, at Co 's Book Store

lion Cincinnati, O. lustrations office, that Iam the only candidatewho titles;; siifd'Jofin SifefpTWIIIiaina
I the principle! that: an officer ma/
detached in
Lieut H. B. Soule duty On one occasion he was endeavoring stands upon a fair -and- -square: when discussing Jlie bill to do away j wholly disregard reau'rements of the
charge of the Navy Recruiting Station platform; the only man who has given with the rank of lieutenant general in
.: to that regulations and ordinary. precautionsintended :
; Cincinnati, 0.. to the Bureau of Navi! prove even a savage out a platform and I''believe-a-p at- .:

gation Navy Department, Washington state is better than the condition of form which Democrats of, this' -county the"There array. was .a negro down in my I ve--el under to protect his command the safety: and of yet the ( from 75 cents to $4.00 e&ch.l .

D. C. Ireland. will support with hearty zeal: FB Y 'CRfi Ea. \
'Surg. N. J. ((Blackwood detached "Gintlemen he exclaimed "1 '. Platform,, i state named Ajax Jo l's. .One morning avoid responsibility: and deems importance it t Strips and Wire to make
emphasize the vial -
necessary.to
Station, Newport R. the he came around looking rather seedy. own Screens.
Naval Torpedo saw little children out in Africa 1. White supremacy. and purityof II and the unfailingOservairc; your
I.. to the New Jersey,. when commis.' white women. Very. drastic i 'Where were you last night. AjaxT
of of greatest safeguard'sknown
there. had clothes it is I one the )
eloned. They no measures for criminal assaults on the his employer asked.
to seamen, namely tak ngioundin's. Phone 11. H- G. DeSILVA & CO-
Surg. 'L. Morris to the Naval Torpedo true. They were naked, but they women cf our county. 'Why. boss. I fined the United Or- I

.. Station, Newport R. L, May 24,, were free!" 2. Equal justice and fair treatmentto der of the Rising Star of Ethiopia, an' "It docs: net appear that the ordinary 1r'b i0h Vi / vwwwwvwwwPHOME1I36 '

1906 and additional duty in attendance "Bad place for a ragman, Mick!1" all I they made. .cic 'grand supreme an' exalted seannnllke!! : : precaution were exercised :
upon naval and marine officers, shouted a small boy at the rear, and 3. An impartial: enforcement of the! king:.' in the navigation of the vesdPI -
at said, place not otherwise provided, law special favors to none and a 'Why. that's a pretty high rank,..r and such neg'ect 's inqualinedly disapproved
the orator amjd the
collapsed laughter strict accounting of the county IE
with medical aid. 1 by the department"The : :
isu't it? asked the employer.: t EW METHOD LAUNDRY
of the audience. London Teleraih. records.
detached -
G. S. Hathaway too
7 :Asst 6urg. 4. Running of the county office of 'Xaw..' said Ajax. 'After Fs been department cannot impress
the Constellation, Naval Training; strongly the necessity for his.revising ,
Justice of the Peace at the least possible In fer a time III get a title worth talking
of An officer who at
expense to the tax pays about "-New York; Vorld.i << his ideas duty. E..W. LAWRENCE; Prop. No.8 WEST ROM NASTn'
i the outset of hs! career presumes to

5. And last, Democratic principlesand decide that the regulations of the navy -' .
Jeffersonian id'eas. .No mugwump do not refer to him can hardly antic'pate )i I -

government a successful naval career and the ; 1A101001041411101110'9601Q'98A1101 a10.110111t0111...ei
I have been for associated g
many years
this officer have far
actions of gone 4

"CUT IT OUT"\ tuilding in of every Pensacola movement, and forthe Escambia up- Direct! from Our Distillery to YOU towara's impairing the confidence ia i O O
him which shculd be placed! by the department -:1
county, through Democratic principlesand Saves Dealers' Profits in officers of the navy, and: The Ostermoor
The Supremacy of the White Man.A
Prevents Adulteration he should feel most keenly the disgrace -
vote for me means a vote 'for honesty + 0
the doctor of his because ..he of hiring his short comings
to doesn't
,I says many lady patients low taxes and the enforcementof .
(know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or the .. HAYNERWHISKEY published to the service with adverse't. e

; ovarian troubles except the surgeon's knife. law.Yours very truly, comment."Lieutenant Schofield will be released -

That such a medicine exists, however has been proved by the J. D. GOSS. from arrest and restored to Mattress is Sanitary I

vonderful cures performed on diseased women in thousands of duty," .

cases, by Fireplaces Old and .3Teif Marine Orders. T I
The varieties of fireplace furnishing* Second Lieutenant D. M. Randall or- e

are many. The andirons are:
WINE a necessity if food is to be 1 burned: In FULL .2O Island. : 1Qr.e. refreshing'will be the sleep. Unsanitary beddin; e
P. Dieter or-
QUIRTS Lieutenant E.
CARDUI addition there must be the hovel 4 ESS3 Second ? frequently an unsuspected source of contamination. O
"" the marine guardon ( i f'
to duty with e '
WE PAY EXPRESS aerd
t tongs and poker, with some sort of.fc Tennessee. The Ostermoor Mattress is thoroughly sanitary, eliminating ;' .

OF bolder, the fender bellow and eithera We will send you, In a plain sealed First the Lieutenant W.: E. Noa ordered I 'every possibility of inhaling noxious; gases while yo-i r eY
wood box or a coal scuttle. AIL of case,with no marks to show! contents, to with the marine guard on the ..:....--sleep.1tJS-as!! pure! as the incoming ozone from the S the fire irons may be made of brass FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of Hancock.duty o It Js'soft and yielding, but will never pack and becom-1 eI

Woman's ReliefIt from the colonial designs, .the,steep $3.20 HAYNER, and PRIVATE we will STOCK pay the RYE express for 'First Lieutenant J. M. McClosker i hard and bumpy.. In one piece 15.00; two pieces .J1150. !

top the ball the flame, etc., either an- charces. Try It, have your doctor test ordered }In charge of the Iowa .recruit- : _
trque or copies or they may be of someof it,test It any way you like. If you f in* district, with headquarters at Des 0
has saved the lives of thousands: of weak sick' and
women, the new designs in! green bronze*, don't find It all right and the purest Homes! : ., r i
has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy-lifetime of and best whiskey you ever
ordered
Mott
Lieutenant T. A.
wrought Iron or dull brasS: The. green 'First
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chronic! invalidism. It will cure you, if you will only gtIt' a chance. bronze and the wrought iron are especIally tasted our expense ship and back your to$3.20 us at swill to. marin barracks Washington, D. C.Ii MASTON Ii QUINA iI. I

i Sold at every drug store In $1.00 bottles. Try it adapted to the rough stone fire- be promptly refunded.At 'First Lieutenant A. McAllister I ,
graniea' one month sick leave. I I.
+ places. The colonial designs speak for our distillery one of Lieutenant, E. B. Miller ordered 1
i WRITE US A LETIER. GAVE UP- SUPPORTER themselves as to their particular adapt the largest. and best 1ti: First to assume charge of the Missouri I : 108/110S., ; Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. Y
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equipped the world
l freely and frankly, in strictest confi"I wore supporter for-years, formywomb.which ability. /- 4 distill! an average of 9,we,0 : I recruiting district with headquarters(li......Decrialio.oe o111....Ie1.o.ooeiLf oI..i e
had crowded everything i, gallons .ft PURE WHISKEY at St. Louis.
F # Pace. telling us all your troubles.-.- down before It,writes Mrs.S.J. For the'.Gums. a .day."When you CaP M. J. Shaw and Second Lieu .
Many people's teeth_ drop out eyea buy HAYNER WHISKEY tenant T. M. Potts, Jr.. ordered to -..- : .
ChriSD&fl;of Mappsville! ,N.;Y. "i suf- ;
W ifll send Free Advice (in plain, fered untold and could when there is no decay In them simply ,it goes'direct to yOU' 1XnlJI6__ Mare Island for duty with marine detachment -' ....w-... -I __......:-....._. _
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stled! envelope). Address: Ladles' mIspidpg: from oar Bistfllery, thus i DtaTTl t
for the
Phillippines
account of the Milk leaving
walk. After drdui I gave up on gums'reCeding. assuring you of i"' \. ::;=
idvisory Dept., The Chattanooga my supporter and can new be on my of magnesia is very effectual arresting purity and saving you perfect 6ie' Capt. F. M. Wise ordered to duty Shingles l i
tU4id&e Co., Chattanooga. Term. feet half a day at; time. this, and the mouth' should ba dealers"big! profits. HAY. detachment of marines to arrive a s Buy .
-- rinsed with it every night before retie KRR WHISKEY Is prescribed San Francisco from the Philippines i
__iTLjii-i- --t--J.IL. by doctors and about May 29.
Roof.
ing. For New
used in hospitals and by half a million satisfied
customers. That's why YOU should
Railroad Commissioner.Vote .
For Justice of Supreme Court. try It.warm For .
: ",__ ,'_ .. -' :.... ".' _._'.' _- _.. : ':. ''.' '.- :., :..---..-..::.. .-; 'Vote for Two: : otB KiiBisT omct :' for Two: no better time than now to have that leaky roof *?nf*
THE HAYKER DISTILLING CO. ed.We'can furnish shingles at $1.75 a thousand f"N'J
Order Your Charles B Parkhjll ATLANTA GA. DAYTON, 0. R. Hudson Burrand 3; $:::25 fur Xo. 2 and $3.25: for No. 1. Let us ha\ )jr
ICE GOAL and WOOD order today. Remember we furnish everything: :(i.
and .L. ST. LOUIS, MO ST .PAUL. MINN.! ..
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Orders for Aril., Ctl.,CoL Idaho.Mont..Nev., home building.
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from tl&oConsumers' ]. B, Who It f. 1.J ,-" '" ...Mes..Oh., Cuh. Wash.. or Wyo.. must beD
.. thebur.of1QtAaTSfoie..eobyaxrsss PSE. N. A. Blitch.I. .
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Ice and Fuel Company. r. ; ,or M! i 4>T!>for tuo by t B 14Ut mtruu Saunders Mill Company .

omce-Cemer Cntse and Tarragona .Phone 259. Remember .JOHN. G:-WELSH'toda. ), :303 PlSTTUiIBT.Capital. TBOT$500,000.00, O. $Paid STABUSBZD In Full 18S8.! I. Remember JOHN G. WELSH toda)y Phone 71 r.' 21 East Garden Street. -'

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