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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 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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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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Have Subscribed Over $1500to Amuck, Kills One Man, Injuries FROM PRIMARY Primary Clean and Conducted on -4 '

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Fund.MANY Several and Suicides. Ml We FLORIDA COUNTIES a High and DignifiedPlane.

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By Associated Press. refused- by Cheek, who had been informed I
I WITNESSES Atlanta, May 15-J. H. Clarke, night of Clark's coming, the latter
telegraph operator at Chamfolee station immediately shot Cheek through the Special Dispatches to The Journal from .t
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on the Southern Railway a dozen heart. He also fired at Nash, who es COUNT VERY SLOW ftU *: $:' '4t v
t DOIE[ miles north of Atlanta, last night set caped. Then Clark, having emptiedthe Various Portions of State Give Rtr s

Hue Been Heard b by Coroners fire to the home of E. S. Purcell after store, took what ammunition he
'being refused admittance. When wanted and took to the woods. Officers -
J But No Verdict Reached. Purcell and his son appeared to fight were roused and posse- followed r turns as Far as Received. CostaR and Baggett lead the
Jury u the flames Clark fired, wounding both. i the trail.

To Receivership Proceedings He later made another attempt with r Clark was cornered shortly afternoon Chipley, May 15.-Five precincts of of William B. Lamar for congress; [Legislative Ticket.
the result that W. S. Mask, day telegraph i today, and when he saw that re- Washington county give Lamar 159 'Chas. B. Parkhill and J. B. Whitfieldfor J
PROBABLE THAT INQUISITORIAL. Against Him-Jiidge J Will Set ; operator was wounded. Clark sistence was useless, turned the revolver Stephens 66, Clarke 75, Parkhill 150, justices of the supreme court, and t'' f :9 i
I then walked to Dunwoody, five miles on himself and pierced his Whitfield 108. Appleyard' 77, Bailey 76 Blitoh and Burr for railroad commis WILLIAMS AHEAD FOR :
BODY WILL CONCLUOE ITS COUNTY '
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: tie Matter Himself.By away. heart with a bullet. Blitch 117, Burr 87. For representative sioners.:
LIBERATIONS SOMETIME TO.' Arriving Dunwoody early this Clark is believed to have teen crazed the vote is Bryant. 73, Lasseter TREASURER, BUT COMPLETE K
morning he demanded amunit'.on! at by drink and by disappointment in 124, Robertson 61. Jackson County. 41
DAY-GOVERNOR ASKED TO OF. Associated Press. the store of Nash and Cheek. Being love affairs.ANTIPASS Four precincts of ;Walton county Marianna, May 15.-With six pre- RETURNS NECESSARY TO DECIDE hrfFii-
Chicago, May 15.-Attorneys for give Lama 232 and Stephens 65, '
cincts to hear from the vote in Jack WHETHER HE HAS A MAJORITY 1i'
FER ADDITIONAL 'REWARD-John Alexander Dowie today filed an -
Three precincts of Holmes county I
follows
son county is as :
MUCH\ EXCITEMENT IN SANTA, answer in the federal court..in the re- AMENDMENTTO give Lamar 81, Stephens 70. Lamar 4-11. Stephens 9SO Apple' NICHELSEN APPAR. #ff

ceivership proceedings brought against Jackson county gives Stephens 525 yard 399. Bailey 609, Blitch 600, Burr ? '
ROSA COUNTY. Dowie some time ago. In the answer majority.The ENTLY WINS FOR JUSTICE OF '
531 Clarke
407, Parkhill 1080, Whit-
Dowie denied insolvency if all hl, RAILROAD RATE BILLGENERAL vote was small In all the counties field 853. PEACE. = '
property is restored to him. Extended mentioned. f -:
arguments followed and Jud'ge F4x
Vote at Milligan.
Special to The Journal. Tandish entered_ order' directing s
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Milton, May' 15.-The investigation' -- EXPECTATION THAT MEASURE WILL BE PASSED BEFORE Walton County. Mill'gan, May 15.-The vote polled
the attorneys to leave the matter With acne country precincts to hear < .
DeFuniak 15. This
fcv the coroner's into the murderci Springs, May here today is as follows: ,. ," :
W. G. Acreman jury, his wife and seven alone, saying he would settle' hlm- CLOSE OF TODAY'S SESSION OF CONGRESS-TILU- precinct gave Lamar 133 Stephens 51, Lamar 35, Stephens !9, Clarke 9, from and about half of the vote In city ,;,. i, ;-
children, who were founa' dead, with self. He directed, that no' further proceedings MAN EXPLAINS NEG OTIATIONS WITH Appleyard 63, Bailey 27, Blitch 100, Parkhill 44, Whitfield 31, Appleyard 6, precincts 12 and 15 still unknown the : : -< .
their skulls crushed in and theirs be taken by attorneys for PRESIDENT.I Burr 91, Clarke 95, Parkhill 134, Whit- Bailey 17, BUtch 19, Burr 32. result yesterday's democratic primary f !-'. '.
Voliva looking to dissolution of the field 110. t.
bodies partly cremated in the smoking .r:1'
seems to indicate that Chas. M. :
injunction granted some time since, by ; :
ruins of their home at Allentown, ten Scattering returns from county. Totals at Crestview. :
I which Voliva is Associated Press. made further explanation concerning oston and M. 0. have 1, =
allow Baggett
compelled
miles north of this place early yester- to By precincts indicate about the same pro- Crestview, May 15. This precinct a "I'.
nay! morning continued throughout Dowie the use of the Zion City tabernacle Washington, May 15.-With the ex- his negotiations with the presidentand portion. 'gives for congress, Lamar 43, Stephens fig lead for the legislature, with t;l. '1.
today and It is probable that no verdict on alternate days. Yoliva's attorneys ception of the anti pass amendment he had former Senator- Chandler's' Richbourg defeats Campbell for the 3; Justices supreme court: Park- Jacoby. Long, and Morgan running P; '
will be reached before sometime declared that later they will t I today, the senate concluded consideration memoranda read. The 'president's legislature. hill 50, Clarke 5, Whitfield 41; Rail. reek and neck for third place on the I : :
tomorrow afternoon. A large number file application for the appointment: of:; of the railroad: rate bill in com letter to Senator Allison; ;was also read, road Commissioner: 'Burr 35 Blitch I ticket.' Mr. Coston may possibly get tt 1.
I J witnesses have already been heard a conservator for Z'on City'property mittee of the whole. As soon as that at the instance of the' Iowa senator. Leon County. 38, Apleyard 12, Bailey 6; for representative enough votes to nominate him in the,4. ,,
end: there are several more who will until the dispute between the two fac- provision Is disposed of the bill will} The session opened' with "a personal Tallahassee, May 15.-It will be im Richbourg 46, Campbell 8; first primary, but that is still in doubt. f;''f- ;1. .
testify before the jury retires for' the 1!I tions is settled in court.PARKHILL be taken up in the open senate It Is I statement by Senator TOlman con-, possible to give ,definite figures in the for treasurer Morris 13, Cawthon 41; J. E. Williams has a good lead over t to :tf
consideration of a verdict. The prosecution the general expectation that the pass cerning his relations with Senator primary election; until after midnight. for assessor, Anderson 29, Gillls 24; John G. Welsh for treasurer, but it f. ;. .;,
Is represented before the Question will be settled early 'tomor Aldrich. ; < Early returns indicate the nomination for collector MoCrimmon 51. will take the complete returns to determine -; .
roron r's Jury by.Hon. H. S. Laid who ANDWHITFIELD row and the general hope Is that the whether or not he has a clear -i.f.
Is going into every detail of the: bill may be passed before the, close of DISTRICT .OF COLUMBIA majority over both Welsh and : ; : : ;.

case with great thoroughness. : tomorrow's session. The pass ques- EDUCATIONAL BILL five Killed by Explosionof Wrighton .' '; "r i -'1
Large Reward Subscribed. :; WINk tion was given new life today on a motion Easy for Roberts. J' ..
by Senator Culberson to recon Washington: May lai:-The house 9. '.
A subscription list amounting to: Joe Roberts Is easily nominated over i, -j ,
sider. again considered the bill to iLcrease : Dynamite in Colliery Neils McK. Oerting for tax collector .t.t
ever n, OO has been signed and the' ,
oney'wiU be used as a reward for I' Special' to The Journal. The greater portion! of today was the salaries of school teachers in the and Rube Nichelsen seems to have I- h Z'
the apprehension of the murderers: I Jacksonville, May 15.-Only Incomplete : spent discussing the section of the bill District of Columbia. Au amendmentwas won over his three opponents for jus .
Following is the list: up to a'late hour returns have ""been .received'. relating to personnel of the interestate adopted to the.biji placing the ap By Associated Press ing a box of dynmite dropped it and tice of the peace though the result 1.r:1'j1t'j
this evening: H, S. Laird, $SO; David :Tbe- Indications are that 'Whitfield and commerce-commission.resultlnlg in- restoration pointing power pf the: bcard Mitchell J100; Balentine' & Whitley, :Parkhill are nominated by, large ma- I I of the present law, which of the district in :the supreme miners were .t#{)rn''tQ.pleceLapd twelve mine gas. About fifty men wers working : .ing.For .
!;O; F.S. Gay, $25; J. T. Salter, $10; I jority. The vote is,, close for railroad provides for five commissioners at a i court of the district, instead of with badly burned bj an explosion of dyna- in the gangway of the shaft"when comity commissioner Roberts -- .' }:4 I '
C E. Elliott. $100; E. M. Gainer, $50; i commissioner. salary of J7500. II the commissioners of the district as mite in Shenandoah City colliery of the explosion occurred, but a majority won easily over Zeek, Merritt has ", : _.r4"1 :
\V. F. Harrison, $25; ; C. D. Bass $5; During the day Senator Tillman at present. The bill then passed. the Pittsburg and Reading Coal and escaped. AU the dead were mutilated. probably been elected' over Sennott. r.l. {1 i .':.r
Iron Company to-day. A man carry- l teyond recognition. Andrews lea ls in his district and : G
D. P. Johnson & Son, $25; Rl C. .._ : f : ,' .;
Fleming. $5; R. E. Peterson, $5; Howard PURCHASE OF Clopton leads over Bronson and Wiggins ,- !1',
Jernigan. $10; Fisher & Hamilton' in his district. Stewart had no '1' : ;
Three New Will '
50: Fisher & Co., $50; G. I* Abbott CANAL SUPPLIESBy Bishops. Verdict Rendered in the opposition; and is of course nominated.i. !r-f: A'' ,
Jo; T. W. Jones, $10; J. A. Allison, $5; :W. M. Agerton is probably nominated l hr.;''7.;,.t" :
J. B. Elli'-. $10; H. S. Bates, $5; Be Elected MethodistsBirmingham over W. B. Hubbard from District ''-j'-;'t't
Cohen Bros., $50; Milton Drug Co., by Rev. Crapsey Heresy Triallief Xo. 3. Anderson and DeSilva from the tt yi ,ff
Associated Press.
?25; Dr. C. B. McKinnon. $25; F. E. other districts had no opposition. : t I '
Dey. $10: M. N. Fisher, Sr., $5; I. M. Washington, May 15.The president The State Candidates. f. .. ;
Jcsephson, $5; A. Moneyway, $5; D. T. today transmitted to' congress a letter I May 15.-:The general I to the number of new bishops to be Rochester, N. Y., May 15.-The verdict and teachings conform to the doc (For justice of the supreme court, J.v'-t.l. ,
Williams & Co. $25; Lawrence Brown, I from Secretary 'Taft bearing on the conference of the Methodist Episco- chosen, advocates of two to five being in the heresy trial of Rev. Alger ., trines of the Apostles creed and Nlcene Judge Chas. B. Parkhill received a f
J5: Dr. W. A. Mills, $10; TheIilton:: controverted question of right of the pal Church, South, decided today to plentiful. The final vote which decided non S. Crapsey was delivered to the creed, as the church hath received{ magnificent vote, leading the ticket, 1!"!. :: \.' :
Index, $10; H. C. Monroe, $5V; W. Isthmian Canal Coaimiss'on: to purchase elect three new "bishops and setThurs- on three as the proper numberwas accused today. four of the judges same.. The judges express the wish" and Clarke and Whitfield are running {i :_.:, ,'J 1.,, :
Allen $25; L. P. Golson, $50; P. T. supplies abroad if they can be lay morning as the time for'the selec- 181 to 71 state it as their belief that sentence that during the thirty days which must very close with the former slightly in i;J >.: t. !
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JIaearthy, $10; D. B. Whitmire, $25; procured cheaper than in American eon of these dignitaries and such A large part of today's session was should be that respondent be suspended Intervene 'before sentence can be pronounced the lead. .<.; ;
W. W. Harrison. $10; J. C. Gay, $10; markets. The president comments on other officers as are usually chosen by devoted to committee reports, but no from exercising the functionsof the deposed clergyman give! Lamar of course won over StephensFor I h.'fl, '. ,J :
Walter Rivenbark, $10; Allen & Allen, (Secretary Taft's letter, simply to'state the 'general conference. action was taken of great general in-, the church until he can satisfy the such satisfaction to the diocesan authorities congress but the latter's vote was ':,J'. .'.:," .; i iI" .
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?25; E. P. Holle '. $25; E. L. Daniel I that the views affirmatively' expressedin There was considerable discussion! terest. ecclesiastical authorities that his be- larger than expected. .: !
J25: R. :M.:\ Jernigan $5; L. :M.: Rhoda, the secretary's letter have. his approvaL Burr and Blitch will probably carry ;-j'-! ; ., !1
?5: Chaffin & Co., $50; J. C. Day $10; I the county for railroad commissioner J'1 i. : !
W. A. Waller, $10; R. C. Helms, $25; though Bailey will run Burr close. ; f ;i
Morris! Littles $25; D. F. Johnson $50; INCOMPLETE RETURNS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Appleyard's vote was smaller than I4.; '!
J. A. Bryant, $ 0); C. H. Simpson, $25; REVIVAL DRAWS expected. ".,i .,
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Hr. H. E. Eldridge $25; C. P. Jernigan. ELECTION MAY 15 1906. Clean Contest. ,r:J ",<}+.I
$20 VO; J. E. Spencer, $10; A. H. Allen LARGE CROWDS The battle of ballots which was ., t-. '} i

PRECINICTS1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 fought between candidates seeking #L i y. t ;
Bagdad List. Representative in Congress: :; : congressional, state, senatorial and 1i 1 t.j'. t :
The following subscriptions have Large crowds are attending each of Wm. B. Lamar. .. .. . ..2729 12 ,3 30 41 . .. .: 121 222 183 190 .. 30 14 ... :9 25 county honors in the democratic primary i, : t 1 .t.:' i
teen made by citizens and firms at the revival meetings: now being conducted Jefferson D. Stephens., .,.. ., 1 6 ,7 .. .1 '.3', .. .. .. 16 39 3247 .. 2 2 .... .. 1 1 while! spirited and filled with a ,!,!.f1' ;
Baji''ad! : Steams-Culver Lumber Co., in the Palafox Street Metho- Supreme Court Justices: vim, energy and hustle, at the same' ; : :

!ttOO; B. Greenwood. $10;; A. P. Hardy, dist church by Rev. J. Barney Butler Thos. I.. Clarke. .. ... .. 2411 :.. .. 15. .. .. .. 519-19485.. 27.4.. !.. .. 18'11 time was free from the usual petit 1'J'J't; .:_' f
$125; Bagdad Manufacturing Co., $75; and notwithstanding the fact.that thisis Ohas. B. Parkhiil,25 U 25 ..' 31. .. ..' . .. 134 260 211 232 3.5 23. ... .. 31. 25 r politics that are played on such occa -i )
Steward Bros., $25; Dr. B. H. Alles, the fifth week of the meetings, interest Jas, B. WAitfteld'... .. .. .... 11 15 . 17 .. ._ .. 71 125 77 102 4.. 9 .. 14 9 sions. !1 ';;
JlO; A. Nicholson, $5; Capt. John I continues to increase. Meetings Railroad Commissioners: The day was an ideal one in ereryreject J 11' j

Rourke $5; Aycock & Co., $10; R. E., are held at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. Thomas J. Appleyard. .. .. ", 5 ? -9 .. . 23 67 46 55 5 7 .. ,.. 4 5 cool, clear and dry and the .);;., : :l\r !
Barnes, $5. I m. daily, and a cord'al i invitation is E. B. Balley.:2:: ? -. 15 .. .. . .. 60101 74104 19 6 .. '. 21 10 air imbibed with a breeze that filled .f .r 4i,!!'
In addition to the above amount the extended to-the public. R. Hudson B rr. ,.. .. .; .. .. ? .12 .. 17 . . 77 128 107 112 18 8 ,. 13 13 the aspirants with' a vigor that caused 'l.; >,fi ::1
1 fovernor has been asked to offer a reward N. A: Blitch. .. .. ... .:: 6 . 14 ? .. .a .. 68 139 111 113 .. 19 7 .. .. 28 15I them on behalf of the state and thereIs State Senator ; on election day, the "glad hand" was ?. : i

no doubt but that he 'will comply BRAZELL BUT FOUND SENTENCE GUILTY SUSPENDED I Jno. S. Bea: >'d..\... ....... .:. 46 ,; .- .o, 35 .. :. .. 136 228 187 206 .. 37 23 . :34 23 passed around the candidate to the people' and the f.*... ."'\ ;lr i
With the request. merits of was praised.1 :;. !,

Much Excitement. Will Brazen, the bite man, arrest. County. i\1.: O.Representative!Baggett. ..:.. .. ... .s: n: 16 ..' .. 18 3t .. .. 61.. 42 74 43 70 23 28 .. 31 15 by those. seeking the suffrage of the, s!a. '.. .jmas"es !' ;\

There Is still much excitement: in ed by Officer ..Simmons Sunday night Chas. M. Coston. .: ... .. .: 19 11 . 21' 10 . 4. 87 149 112 125 30 10 .. .. 11 25 : W! 4?. !,
Hilton and the surrounding countryover on a charge of being a "vagrant and M. Jacoby .. .. ... ... ... .. 18 12 .' 7 3 .. 35. 29 82 83 77 .. 12 1 ... .. 10 1 No Money Used. ; ; l .f
) the brutal assassinations, and dangerous and suspicious' character"was I J. E. .. 22 11 .' . 23 .. 22. 35 .45 21 1i7.. 5 7 ... 5 10. One of the most commendable fjl, "
there is mu'eh .speculation as to what assessed thirty days'on' the chaIn j I Geo. T..forgan. .. ... . .. .' 6 11 ; .. 4 0 .. .. 4. .. 64 96 95 i93 6 8 ... 7 1 _. things connected with the primary */ '-' -'.
\>r ? can be ascertained there has been court yesterday. The sentence, County Treasurer: .. x N among the "Boys. The long Y.; l':wsvi' !
no evidence to connect anyone directly however, was suspended pending gcoj John G Welsh .. ... ... .. .,li- 13 30' '. 11 30 . 32.. 62 137 128 175 .. 5 9 .. .. 4 I 6 green has played a prominent part in 4 ; I i
with the horrible n'?ed. behavior on the part of the accused.. J. Ed. Wmiams. .. .. ... .. 18 43 18' .. 24 20 . 33.. 88 131 98 120 .. 38 21 ... .. 31 23 .' elections throughout the country In : I II
Brazell, it will be remembered, was Thos. F. Wrighton. .. .. .: 2 0 ? 0 0 .. 1.. 14 2-1..16 13 .. 1 0 .. 0 1 ears gone by and the pracTlce Is one F f' y-:; :: ,
which to a great extent does( more to t; :: .;

SUMMARY OF released fore his on trial.his own recognizance be- Tax N.Collector MCK :Oertln g. : .. .. :. .. 3 1& . 3 :3: .. .. 55 65 42 72 .. ,3 0 .. 1 2 debauch: and nullify ward the will bosses of ant,1 the [\' -/&- i!t tcard
all the
J. S. Robertr.:: :; .. .. .. ....:...i 47 17 ? :a 4-1 .. 60 .. 104 213 185 192 41 25 .. 33 23 people than : 1 1
combined. The
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THE WEATHERThe JUDGE WOLFE CAME Tax__Assessor_ __ : : : .. i
yesterday was conducted on a high / .
n- ea>> n'::
I HOME TO CAST- VOTE 'v.Y.. Kicnards .. .... :.. 45 ':5 .. 31 . . .. 120 228! 1i9! .1.nn- >3 .." .. .. "-. .rJ pane and each candidate treated his :; I, '
County Commissioners: ; with' the respect and courtesy ; I
opponent ,
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maximum temperature yester.I Judge J. Emmet Wolfe, private; sec- District No. 1. ; < due from one gentleman to an < 1\
day was 70 degrees at noon and the retary to Governor Broward. arrived J. B. RoJerts-) : :;;. ,. 42 20, . 27,45 .. . : .. 111 110 135 195 .. 36.. 20 .. 27 19 \ ,' tlv f'other. ,
minimum 66 degrees at 2 a.m. home In time to cast his ballot! In yes- C. F. Zeek .. ... .. .. ..3 .:r .. 8 1 .' .. .. 38 65 71 43 2.. 4. .. .. 5'11 Votes were sought it is true but ..
In his summary of.the weather yesterday terday's primary. Judge, Wolfe is delighted District No. 2. a= -' :: "- net In a spirit of unfairness. Everything ,_: !
Observer Reed said: with state affairs in general I Jno. A. Merritt. .. :....,.-:.: 24 8 :. .. 28. ... .., ," .. 'i6 131 129' 93 ? .22.13 .:. 19.24. was carried on in the open and f -1 ,
"The west is still under the in. and is in fine spirits and .excellent Wm. J. Sennott.. . .;. :.. .:. :4 ,16' ... 5 .. ,_. .. .. 55 119 81 150! .." 11. 10 .. .. 10 < 5 the ballots it is believed by all, were : Ittf i ,I
fiuenee of low pressure, while over the health. District No. 3. : .- r1 ;. counted just as placed in the ballot .i'
eastern half of the country tha pressure I Jas. M. Andrews .'. ... :.: 33 24 .. 17 .. .. ," .: 72 102 58 135 -. 1212 .. .. 22 16 p box by the voters. : I',
is high being highest over the I CUTHRIELL HAS SECURED A. C. Blount Jr.. . :. : 10', L.. .. 11. .. . .. 58 136 123 8j .. 21 10 .. 7 13 .-' Count 'Is Slow. t:f.' t
:few risen.England States where it has COUNSEL. FOR DEFENSE W. A. 8lelby. .. ... ... .?. '> 18 'll'7 .. .. .. .., .. 14 27 23 37 .. 3 3 ..,. .. 4..2.' In the two big precincts, 12 and 15 &* I.':
High still prevail ( ;
temperature
District No. 4.
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over the central valleys. Heavy frosts Frank Cuthriell, charged with the W. P. Bron5on. .. ... .. ..!..t : 3 13 .. 9 25 '..r 'r .. 31 69 75 68 1 9 ,. .. 5 1 the count is before slow this and will morning.! hardly bflrcmpleted In _',, :":jil 1--'''

reported from southern Maine and murder of a young man named.San. -I H. C. Clopton.. . .. .. .. .. 2S 8 . 24 0 . .1. 76 126 100 111 39 15 .. .. 4 29 precinct 15, 447 votes were cast and '; ;.:;
killing! frost from northern Nevada. ton. about four yeas :ago, at Jennings Jno. A. Wiggins-: '20 5 .. 2 26--., .. .: 31 42 23 41 .. 5 8 ... .. 25 ,O toly about 237 had been counted up to t{ ....
Bowers have been quite general durhg this! county, has employed I District No. 5. midnight. Twelve polled 441 ballots ,. :
Pacific the past 24 hours from the north Judge, J. R. Landruni' "defend him. Jas. R. Steward. .. .,.; .... ; 34 17. .. .. 33 .. .. ,n . 91 lab; 131 159 26 21 .. .. 32 r9! and the count there is slow and will M: ;:.1(
states eastward to Lake Superior JudgeLandrum stated last night that Justice Peace, Dist. No. 2.'1 pot be completed until in the wee rl,
in Texas and on the Flori '.1 the accused will have -a preliminary J. L. Bell .. .... .. .....-:;. .-. :3 .. ... .. .: .. .. .. .. .. 23 30 29 34 .. .. .. Lours of morning. '* ( '
Peninsula and were scattered on the hearing the latter parfof; this week or J. D. Goss. .... ... .:..::.. .9..0.. .. o. .... .0 o. 36 57 35 34 .. .. ... -- Total Vote. e!&>= '
orth Atlantic coast Monday; else: next, week before County Judge R. L. Nchelsen: .... ........ 34 \.., .. .. .. 0.' o. .. .. 81 154 120 136 o. .. The total rote cast in the city wa* t |f 3J #.!
and there the weather has remained fair, early Bellinger. Cuthriell was .;arre.stedin Geo. J. Slocu nb. ...,......... '''4' .. o. .0 .. .. .. .. 19 46. 41 55 ..' .. .. .. '> .!.. 1,.",.:i8 against a qualified list of 1.70S, -''.;...".;-f c ":
fair this .
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THE PENSACOLA RNAL-W-EDNE"'SDAY MORNING MAY1G, ,
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i ASSOCIATION 'OFIi Spring MedicineIn CITIZNS[ WilL I CENTURY ] ,-
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thousands and thousands of '.' ,,'"::.o'"'_ : -J''> .i'c
homes three doses a day of Hood's AH : i I .i

: Sarsaparilla member are of now being taken. by Special td\.The Journal. \ .f& '
every the family. rUNT PALM.TREES.
i COTTONS[[ -
Because HocxTs' Sarsaparilla has Century,. )Jfay io.-Quite a refreshing '\\lt:' !'1\-\'\
little shower, fell Monday after 'Ji: .< .'.
proved itself the Best Spring Medicine, and
noon. It was rather unexpected

t. C CRUSHERS S [ S Sfive by system wonderful, overcoming effects that in tired cleansing feeling the, T [[ were was; enjoyed caught without by all except umbrellas.ahose who H

i creating appetite,giving strength Take i ,. -Mr.day J. B with... poon his ,daughter of Brent,,Mrs.spent Laura Sunday : The

,Hood's Sarsaparilla Berry. He Is &'warm. hearted Confederate -. J
Veteran and spoke in glowing
: In liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses f 1. terms"of his "visit to New Orleans. -
Hundred Delegates to Inter Several Have Signified Their In- May he attend many reunions. ': Art of \

There were no services at the Baptist -: .. .i, "T-

state Meeting Which Convened tentiortuo Help Beautify minister church, Mr. Sunday Lindsay. morning.was attendingthe The ;' ij' jf.
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.;*1: in Atlanta. the City. Father Baptist Oarra contention.! the Catholic mission- ;4.i BREWING

t.j.t. OSQUITOES ary is with Mr. and :Mrs. Sheehan.Mr. .
Niel McCaskffi has returned
? By Associated .Press. The planting of pahn trees promises Carolina.
from a short visit to South We have
Atlanta, Ga., May 15.-The InteiCotton.seed -; PATENT APPLIED FO.RAt to be popular in Pensacola. There is Mrs. J. B. Vaughan is spending the -; ,1' is perfected in American Queen Beer. imported -
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at| Druggists. no doubt but what the trees add to week in -'P nsa'COla.
Crushers Associa'
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state; manufactories MUS-QUIT-U MFQ.-CO.: the beauty of a yard or' square,and Mr. Jackson and Dr. McCurdy pay methods of the best old world
; thousand the
don, representing one 4'f masterly
thUs assist in
beautifying the-.city.
dol- Jacksonville, Fla. frequent visits to Century. :
!t' hundred million
and
one :Mayor Bliss and other' feity officialsare : : American invention
The be in opera- modern
lathe niill will soon
:;, lars of added value to the annual cot anxious that such trees be planted tion. The gang saw is doing beautiful I brewers, and installed every
f ton' crop of the United States, met by citizens in their ;yards and yesterday it i offer
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES work. To the uninitiated seems methods and
:here''for the tenth annual meetin'g today. 1 .tag chief executive gave out wonderful for perfecting these you
Five hundred were present, rep- Buy Diebold Safes 1 the following,list of citizens who have 'Master: Rdbert Booth is spending the .

resenting every cotton'growing, ,state .Scarritt Moreno, Agent purchased trees and* will plant the week in Brewton.
[ nd' half a dozen 'northern states. I same: "Dr; Louis deM; Blocker; The tennis'court s the central at
Welcome addresses' were 'delivered Y. M. C. A. 5O.; L. Bass 3;' former traction now. .;::.-, QUEEN "
;. by Governor Terrell, Mayor Wood- :Mayor T. EL Welles 2; P. G. Caro 1; Master Henry Turberville, who has AMERICAN
:,. ward, and President Sam D. Jones, of .. William Johnson 1; H. L. Covington been attending school here: has returned .
: the -,Atlanta 'Oham1>er 'of Commerce. it[ DeFUNIAKSpecial 'r 1; Georg3 T' Morgan.; One of the 'to his home Wainwright, Ala. '
:: Response was by President J. C. Hamilton trees for the Y. M. C. A. was presented Ice cream was solon the school beer. The ma-
i of Baton Rouge La., the head of : to the organization by Mayor Bliss. grounds Saturday afternoon and even- as an example of the highest high-grade

the Interstate Association. ing for the benefit of the school build- tcrials used are carefully chosen from the market'schoicest.
t President Hamilton's annual address ing. A.prize was offered for the girls \ .- \ ;i finished workmen in their de-
: at the afternoon session was a "Adulterated". Dress. taking in the most money at their \ \ II Our brewers are
; strong document. It discussed mutual to The Journal. The Lancet calls attention to the tables. This was secured by Misses t' partments. we take extreme precautions for deanlinessand'purity

"; Insurance and the marketing of oil. DeFuniak Springs, May 15.-At wholesale manner in which the ma- Katie Parker and Ola Boutwell. They 1 Il ; the beer for months and sterilize every I
this evening tendered and twentyfive'cents. aging

A Imoker was handed In five dollars L ,
;. by local entertainers. the election for school trustees, J. W. terials which keep us warm duringthe The prize was a box of candy. \\ bottle so that there is no possible excellence of inherent j
McSween Win. Rogers and T. M. McConnell and the blankets which the ,
The convention will continue till day cover Master Robert Booth received final perfection which is
c Thursday. were elected last Friday. us at night are adulterated. The boy's prize, a, knife. The affair was ,m quality! brewing, or

Mrs. Earte and two eons, of Chicago, silk dress of the lady of a hundred greatly enjoyed by the children. no', attained American Queen'Beer.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott' of Chautauqua N. years ago rustled as she moved on Sunday. Miss Marsh school is class greatly, who missed had learned1to by her : OBie at clul>.. hotels, cafes and saloons. Keep it IB TOOT home.fil .

Y., Mr. and Mrs. S'wan and sons of account of the goodness of the silk; love her dearly. (M Remember this ad and watch for our next one on REAL PORTIT. fIIIV'

'I McKINNONVILLE I Paw Paw, Mich, have all returned now it rustles with the 36 per cent :Mr. Joe Frank Tillery, of Pensacola, = ",-, Acme Brewing Co. .
home. of salts of tin used to sophisticate and Prof. Amende were in Century TJ: .....CON.G.... .. .V'

--w The high school will have its commencement it. The lady of the period in her Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Tillery is :
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exercises at the Tabernacle soon to be transferred to Montgomery.Mr. .
silk dress is indeed a sort of "woman Sweet circulation manager of
Special to The Journal. on May 25. ,
The Misses Katie and Annie 'Radt' in armor." Epsom salts, insteadof The Journal' was looking after the ..
; JIcKinnonville, May 15.-iMr. Jerry cliffe. of Pensacol'a, were in DeFun1ak! being used for medicinal purposes, uterests of The Journal and calling I
Sullivan, Jr., of Pensacola, spent Wednesday .' afternoon.Mr. .
friends Monday
'I Sunday, visiting with their sister, as formerly, are now employed, it on
here on legal business. Mark who has been suff.
Mrs. Ben Morris. i Mayo, ,
would
for flannel. --
: :Mlsa Sallie MoKinnon and neice,! :Mrs. Quarterman, nee Miss Johnnie: appear, loading ering for some time with his throatis

: (Miss Kathleen McKlnnon spent FrIday Gillis; is visiting relations' in town. The snowy table linen which used to much improved. LI1Drm-iL--rT--_ ......
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" : in uscogee. Mrs. John Watson' was in Westvill/I delight the hearts of Mrs. Tulliver Mrs. Nichols returned Saturday The 1808 Model

,: Mr. Gale Bonlfay, of Muscogee, was Monday on business. ind Aunt Gleig is no longer linen, night from Cottage Hill, where she
In town Friday. I Miss Willie Landrum, who has spent I 18 of yore, buGargely made of cot- tad been visiting relatives. RemingtonSholes AGREAT RAZOR SALE
Mr. A. L. MoCallum attended the the last three weeks in New Orleans, 'Mr. C. W. Pinkerton and Miss Alice J
marriage of Hiss Stella 'Fisher and I' visiting relations, returned! home on ton filled with chinaclay, starch McDawaH. Mr, Holland Wbo rUff and, THIS MAIL
II and size. Mrs. Viola Woodruff -
Miss Etna Vaughan,
Mr. John N rrtl at the Red SchoolHouse Monday.
WEEK ORDERS
Miss Eva Vaughan, Mrs. Board-'
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iI' Sunday. There will be services next Sunday I
II Little Miss Edith Henderson baaL atthe Episcopal ,church both morningand In a Hurry. man Vaughan/1fT. Hartwell Vaughan i with its new billing attachments ONLY FILLED
just returned from a month's visit to I evening. the Rev. Mr. Whitely of Rev. Kong Yin Teb of Honoluluwas and Master Raymond, Mr. L. S.,\ and instantly interchangeable carriages
! her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John I Marlanna officiating. Everybody- welcome describing in Philadelphia the Powell. Mr. Bernice Jones and Mr i tabulator and two color 97c 97c
J. B. Thomas spent Sunday: in Pensa,
Burns of Beatrice, Ala. .. at both services. horrors ribbon movement, is the most com
The Rev. Northcutt of the M. E. of leprosy. combined
Miss. Virgie Boynton left Thursday plete $2..5O AND $3.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c.
church South, it at Birmingham at.tendin'g "An American, a tourist, I suppose 'Cola.'I"
for her home at Jennings, after spend.
; Billing andCorrespondence Full Hollow Ground Set! Ready For Use.
the conference. There were: is almost afraid .to look at a,
ing two weeks with her sister Mrs.
a 1,000 Fine Travelers Razors will be ]
BO services at thai church last Sunday Imported Sample placed on
isn't he?
minister
John Boynton. owing to the pastor's absence. The leper, a Baptist IN .MEMORIAM.' $ sale at 87c each. These razors are from one of the leading importers
. 'f':" 'MIss Ada Fleming visited friends at Rev. Woodruff filled the Baptist pulpitin asked. of razors in the United States. They are all high-grade sample
'(Pleasant Grove, a few days last week. "Indeed he is afraid said Mr. t machine manufactured. the entire stock
the absence of the pastor Dr. MRS.ANNIE FRIEDR'ICHSON. # Designedas We 'secured at a ridiculous figure. The assortmentcomprises
A large crowd of young; people from Thompson. Yin Teb, smiling. '. it was for fast service, built for' all the well known makes, includng: the "Wade & Butch\ ;
t Enon attended church here' Sunday. Monday afternoon, Mrs. Geo. F. Car. Does"Ire run ?" .. hard use recommended by experts er," "Brandt," "Rogers," Wostenholm" Pipe Razor, "X-L-N-T," and 5.1! !
Among them were Messrs. Henry and den gave a social.tea at her residence away and guaranteed against wear, it is popular brands of all the famous makers. In fact we bare ''been sell-
Cleveland Mathla and Henry Keevan. for .the benefit of the Episcopal "Well, Mr. Teb replied, "I I offered as the IdealTypewriter 'Ing the same identical razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00 each. Every
' A number' of young people gatheredat. church. Quite a-little sum of money wouldn't, quite like ,to say he runs Whereas It has pleased our Heav- razor Is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor soLI
the home of Mr. and Mra. Aden. was raised and everybody seems to away, but he.retreats pretty briskly.If enly Father in His wise'providence to that does not give: perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. Special attention
Fleming Sunday afternoon and passed hare had a good time. you saw him going for a doctorat take from our midst our dear sister, will be given to mail orders an'd razors carefully selected
I the' time'with music and singing. Tuesday afternoon there ,was ,an that would be Mrs. Annie Friedrichson. for producing the most good work in BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take advantage of thi
alarm of fire and it was reported' that speed you altogether Resolved, By the Franenverein of, the shortest time with the least effort. great sale as these are certainly high-grade gO Jds.
Mr. Laird's fiousa was burning. It warranted-in thinking that some Immanel's Lutheran church 'of Pensa-
1. .How to Fool a Lazy Liver was only a small blaze that was out body was dreadfully sick." cola. Fla., that we record with sincere1regret Write Local,ttxlay Agents for full wanted dtscrlption.for WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE

almost before the fire-boys reached the the death of our dear sister, unoccupied territory. 1,000 of the Famous "randt Self Honing Razor Strop. The,

with Artificial 'Exercise place. To Catch Rati. who has ever proved herself to 'be a THE ARITHMOCRAPH CO. strops are sold and advertised everywhere at $2.00. Our price

,e .A sure .way to catch rats Is to placeIn loving wife and mother, a staunch Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE 97c each.
t ---- HAIRY ELEPHANTS.The a pan vsf bran or,Baud-& steel-trap friend, an earnest Christian, and a The Brandt Self Honing Razor Strop Is the best on the
: 1 "T A VERY serious Sickness has a small so the bran or sand will steady the faithful, energetic zealous and liberal: market today. The only razor strop in the world that hon,

I beginning. skin oi the elephant is trap. Spread over the trap a very thin member of our Verein. FLA. and strops your razor at the same time and enables you to \1:>
And, in nine cases out of ten, practically cloth or a piece of mosquito bar to Resolved, That though we deeply 204 West Bay Street, tain an edge which only an experienced barber can give. T']
I f destitute of the hairy coat the great loss which her early
bide the trap and sham then sprinkle deplore Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a ra/u.
;
r- that beginning is made in the which i is the distinctive covering of breadcrumbs or cheese crumbs over death has inflicted upon us yet we rejoice with fewer strokes than another razor strop. Your ra/o:
rf' Bowels. 1 mammals. But the in the thought that our loss Is will show ,and face will
1 ; extinct mammoth the trap top of cloth. Place this I your feel the difference at once. Gua-:
!t Constipation is the beginning of most diseases. i had a.a undercoat of reddish on her gain, she having now entered into anteed never to become hard or glossy.Hooton1s .
where
the rats can get to it, and you
of the Lord. ,
the
i It the for all others. rest
1 paves way I brown woolly fur in which dark will :
catch a rat every pop.-Cor. Farm Resolved, Furthermore That we 'RATS I Pharmacy
I F Lack of exercise, hasty eating improper l hake .were Both Progress. ,
I bristly thickly set. __._ hereby extend our deep and heartfelt
! food, are its first causes. : wool and hair have been found with I sympathy to the bereaved family of DIE f Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.

jf. Laziness and postponement, permit it I remains in the frozen soil of Siberia. I our deceased sister, assuring them i When they eat
It; '0 grow into Chronic Constipation, which j i j.I Some years since traces of this fur THE PEOPLE ALL. that we grieve with them over the ir. Ste ms' Electric Birthplace of Prompt Delivery

1 I It fcieans life-long Discomfort.* I j were discovered in the Indian elephant -I In Chords Cried, Give Us Newbro's May reparable God in loss mercy they comfort have sustained.them and Rat and Roach Paste Phone 1100 PENSACOLA, FLA.m..l .

,It isn't necessary to b sick-a-bed, you i it and from time to time in- Herpiide. let them find the true balm of Gileadto Idrtes Tba put* drivel them oat of the hoo!' and _-_--_ -_ ..", .... II 1iIiLJ1J
! ').mow. in order to be mighty uncomfortable. dividuals occur in which the hairs I This word of late has.been in every- heal the wounds which His' hand has I rare exterminator up their bodies,mice leailag, water no odor.bugs,It croton Is a
I Even a alight indigestion affects the I cne's mouth, and many are wonderingwhat inflicted. 'i bog,.cockroaches and all yermin.
are developed to such an extent as tlO Beward ttrred for any rat or roach
! ; nerves, dulls the mind, and obscures ths to be the word.signifies, though no one Resolved, That a copy of.these resolutions -' .poison *equate, 8t aru'Electric I'wte. Soldererywhere
noticeable
t by casual observers. has ;yet been found who will deny that I or ent by exprera prepaid on receipt HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS.
'be the minutes .efprto a..b.zsa
sprt&d I8.z.box$1.OO.; 1t
; sunshine of Life. upon
merry
;
, A natural history journal has NEWBRO'S'; HERPICIDE does the of our Verein in memory of our deceased STEAB S'ElWBIC PASTE CO.Ctlcaga,IO..U.S.L
called attention to the fact that work. Wall, for the information ofthousan sister another copy b'e pie- '.---L:1
t' there is now a hairy elephant in the 's of people who like to know sented to her family and another
; The time to adjust the Bowels Is the very all about a good thing, we would say sent alA LAND OF DELIGHT."
for to each of the
publication
daily
, zoological gardens at Basel. So thickis
I. minute, you suspect they need adjustment that HERPiFCIDE means a destroyeror
; i-If your tongue is slightly coatedif the growth that at the congressof killer of "Hrpes." Now "Herpes"is the papers News.of our. city, The Journal and 4 .......44..H....4..+

.. your breath is under suspicion, zoologists at Berne in August, the family name of a disease! caused !By order of the Franenverein.MRS. THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRYELEVATION
12 by various vegetable parasites. A
1 -If your head feels a trifle heavy or duD, 1904, the remark was made-of similar microbe causes dandruff, itching BARB PFEIFFER, i L1S.MeIten& Coj

! -If digestion seems even a little slow course in jest-that the animal was scalp, and falling hair; this is the MRS. EMMA FFEI'FFBa: ,. i -

! ,-If Heartburn Belching Colic or Restlessness really a mammoth. Rustum, an In- microbe that NEWBiRQ'S HERPICIDE MRS. E. REIDEL, : FROM 2,250 TO 5,000 ''FEET.
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.( begin to show themselves.! dian elephant that lived in the liegent's promptly destroys; after which the Committee. : Handle Nothing : Gorgeous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, beautiful

, 'That's the time to eat a Cascuet.Don't park gardens from 1876 .to hair emberte grows., druggist For sale and by apothecary W. A. D'121 AI- t : waterfalls, pure and 'bracing air; 75 miles of mountain trout streams;

t imagine the Cascaret is ineffective 1882, when it was presented to the South Palafox street, or send lOc in Beautifying Roonu.So But excellent, mountain roads, bridle paths, etc.

: : tecause It Is pleasant to eat as Candy. Berlin gardens.was almost as hairy. stamps to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, much may be done toward beauti. iTHE FIVE CHARMING HOTELS.
BESTS
The calf born inLondon in 1902 Mich. fylng rooms by selecting suitable ,pictures : VERY TOXAWAY INN, Lake
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; '.. .It acts. as pleasantly as it tastes. It Is as Toxaway FAIRFIELD INN Lake Fairfield -
\ congenial to your Bowels as it is to your had a hairy coat, as may be Been yet so much depends. upon the Of : now open. I H. AIKEN, Man opens July 1. W. H. & C.
i Palate from its mounted skin in the Natural proper hanging of them that it is io ager. Special rates during June. A. MARTIN, Managers.!;
, ? wonder the result is not always satis SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire
: It stimulates the muscular lining of the History. moseum. Everything. THE FRANKLIN
i Brevard,
factory. i : Opens now open. MRS. P. CRISP, Man
i L Bowels and Intestines, so that they mechanically :: # mootanfl Indeed the hanging of a picture ; \ June 1. A. LAMBORN, Manager. ager.

i extract nourishment from the food and Tight Cortett. The makes It a great success or a disastrous -' I
THc LODGE
drive! out the waste. If you wear immoderately tight corsets failure decoration. Where : Summit. of Mt. Toxaway, now open. MRS. A. BLR
I as a
continuously as a girl it will do t Clean, heavy clipped White DICK, Manager.
I k I II jou aU manner of barm then and lateron. Best Ice Cream there is a blaze of light, for example, :' Oats. IKo. Boating, bathing,. music, dancing, tennis, billiards, pool, fishng.
either from windows In the daytime or i! 2 White Corn, pure Bran 4 riding, driving, mountain
etc.
climbing
I : It you incase your body in a tight The hotels are modern. and
The only way to have Cascarets ready ttse lamps at night, it is unwise to hang I I.. and .Shorts, f are noted fOr perfect service. Address either hotel for rates.
abnormality of steel and whalebone
I precisely when you need them is to compressing vital organs In an unyielding pictures whose colors are vivid, and. I I I : Chick Feed consisting of 20 For descriptive booklet and general' information address

t:;. carry them constantly in your pocket as: I grip, there isa- resulting sense of and Sodasthat on the other hand those" same pictures I. articles for the rapid and JOHN C. BURROWES, Prta.,

, t. you do a Watch or a Lead pencil. constriction! most irksome. It affects erceptibly> brighten dark corners, hall- I :{.healthy growth oLthe.; newly J Lake Toxaway, N. C.
r The ten cent box of Cascarets is made ways etc.Small .LIiatcb? ori, Remember special rates at Toxaway Inn during June,
:r your appetite; it Interferes with your ever tempted the I ;' Wheat "and'" Mixed' ,Feed for J:[ l. '
I be
: ,fliln. flat, round-edged and small, for this comfortably digesting what you do pictures should grouped. I hen. i f '. I -
palate of lovers of frozen I e ; _
They gain style in this The artis- ,
; 1 precise cat it tents the normal way. i.t 4 -
purpose. : pre workings of delacies are here-just Condition. Powder&for: horse, .- "
:. Be careful the the liver ajid intestinal altogether tic plaster medallions also look much I '.. J -- __ -1
very to get genuine, made \ tract and what you want, and when ', cow and poultry. <
!r ,.nly by the Sterling Remedy Company and the pleasure you get out of a you want them. Cream better together than when distributedat .. Conkey's Celebrated Poultry *

f :,' never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped year or two with a small waist is not packed in any quantity intervals about the rooms. i 'Remedies,, 'roupe, cure, .cholera i
J *ccc.w sufficient to overcome the discomfort. and sent to your home. Much more Interest 'is given a picture : cure,: gap cure and lice killer. :
I if a portrait of its author hangs : If you live In town telephone J 'Buy Shingles

,.. 0 4F Bandages. near, and a model music room had .. ns. e
COFFEE, numbers of good photographs of musicians If In neighfcoriffg' towns write
Bandages of'prepared gauze are too :
f F_ ,.c FREE TO OUR READERS inexpensive for you to waste much Hot Biscuits "and Rolls every framed uniformly, hung at a !.tous. For New: Roof.

I It 1-, It AM beta arranged to mall free a time over making your own but if morning at 5 o'clock., regular height around its walls. i 'L' f.
leivtifal lItUe Freneh-deslned GOI.D-
, f PLAT trinket box, Itard.enameled ta Sour medicine closet has no bandages nobet.ter time than now to have that leaky roof l'f'nf'W'
;-,: pretty colors, a btadsomo ornament among its stores make up a few stripsof I: i cd.Wecan famish shingles ,
: :' 'most liberal offer ever made aad we TOO: LATE FOR .CLASSIFICATIOINFOR F.. S. MELLEN & CO. at $1.75 a thousand fo' NO
'l... want every reader to hare one. Ten an old sheet into bandages, rolling : 3,- $2.25 for No. 2 and $3.25 for No. 1, Let us have >o.ir
, .: cents in stamps ia asked as a measure them as tightly as.you can and furnishing Kandy Kitchen Cafe. SALE. order' today. Remember we furnish everything M
4, .f good faith and to cover cost of.Cas- Phone 354.Pensacola .
!. careta with which this dainty box is each with'a.. small strong safety I i home' building. ,
;i'. loaded. pin. Before you've a chance to replen- FOR SALE One Empire Candy ,
; : Send today, be sure to mention thispaper 04 S. Palafox. Phone 999 Fla. : Saisnders Mill '
:! t and write yonr.address plainly. lab 'your medicine closet a bandage Floss machine, at a bargain. G. P. I Company,
"- Address Sterling Remedy Company may be needed 1 in a hurry: Montgomery. L. B. 252 Marianna, Fla.16marlw. Phone 717.- 21
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HONURI AND N PHILADELPHIA'' CAPITALISTS INTEND !

TO DEVELOP FORT
Mill and Manufacturers
OF ST. PETERSBURG. .

ArrivalsAt IECTORY I ,

A special to the New York Com .

mental from; Philadelphia says' :
--4 Capitalists of this city and State cLgaNuP sALCommencing
TheSTANDARD "
Continued From First Page., plan to make SL Petersburg, Fla.,
one of the most.important seaports in
which shows,that 351 voters failed to the: South 'Atlantic States. The
avail .themselves of the right of .town Is located on Tampa Bay, which J P} sy t ,
suffrage. The total qualified list in now has water 25 feet afeep, sufficient cr'/sC' '
the couniyjfigured .916 which Deans for: .alt coastwise vessels. Among : ,' : at 0' ..o'clockNEW !
,, that hardly more than about,000 those ,largely interested: ia the project "
\otes"will be polled In- the entire are Jacob S. Disston, Joseph C. Sib- .
county figuring a ratio 8imil r,to the ley his son.-n.law, William R Heath'cotte : -
Two lots beautiful Gray falling: off in the city vote. Precinct and B: F. Measey, recently appointed TODAY' '
12 cast 441 votes; 15 447; 14, cashier of the State Treasury; ,
Worsted Coats and Pants, one I 263; 13. 207. F. A. DaMs. Geoi. B. Gan'dy, Dr.. JohnB. .
Nichelsen Victorious. Shoemaker Edward T. Davis Win.
,
other $17.50. Theseare
the
at, J15.00 Rube Nichelson made a great run H Houston: Wm. C. Haddock and.
special values.A for justice of the peace of District Cyrus S. Detre. AT THE BUSY STORE I :
-
2 and has evidently' won in the first The Atlantic Coast Line is under-

beautiful assortment of Bat primary by a big-majority over three stood to be favorable to the project, .
opponents which was freely predict and the fact that Mr. Shelby is interested ..I .
Ties at 50c. by his friends. afford a suggestion that the ,
To Canvass Returns. Standard Oil Company may also be .
A complete new assortment of The county Democratic Executive behind the proposition. The idea is '

Belts to sell 50c to J3.00, the* Commitee will meet Friday evening at to develop St. Petersburg as a port T. H. LANNON & CO. i
S 'o'clock! at the"court'-house for the for'West. Indian, gulf and South Amer.
swelest! line ever shown here. purpose of canvassing the returns and ican trade and to be ready for heavier -
announcing officially the results' and commerce by the time the Panama .

See this space tomorrow fora promulgating the same. Canal is completed. Government assistance -,-.,.. -,: ___ ,_ .. ,, '. __ -.-.. ,_ .' ,_ -, __ .' ": __ : :' .," 0. '. :'.. '- H., :- =': Ai
will be asked to improve the
Collar Talk.sra. iiaturally fine harbor of Tampa',Bay. i .
Already arrangements have 'been .
made for steamship service to begin CENTER FOR I The SPORTING WORLDCareer Moments With Dictionaries. Far Halrpla.
I II OLIVE I this summer from a pier 2,300 feet Ii Many an interesting hour may be A hairpin eatch is more convenientthan

long at St. Petersburg, which will NAVAL STORES of Hart' Vanquisher. spent in the company of a good dic- a tray. A. pretty one is made out
either be extended 1,000 feet 'or, else Noah Brusso, or Tommy Burns, as ha tionary. It should tell you that of yards and yards-tea or fifteen-of-!' :
the ship berthing be dredged .nearer
is know i pugilistically, who beat Mar bright yellow or blue or, whatever the
in
the
kings were earlier times i
merely -
in shore To Havana the McKay;Line \ .
color of the room furnishings, bebe ribbon -
vin Hart at Los Angeles recently, has
correction "fathers of familieswhile
ships'making
Special to The Journal will operate BELIEVED THAT JACKSONVILLE queen made into a fluffy ball by windingand i
the reputation of being one of the best
-- at Key We t with the Mallory Line meant at :first "wife" or "mother." ,
then In
all around- athletes in the widening and tying some
COTTRELL, Olive, May 15.--There will be an ice from New Tort:'Coastwise steamships WrLL SOON TAKE LEAD' IN country.Brusso's An earl was an "elderpope was the two inch satin ribbon of the same"i' i
FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. cream given at Mr. WalteTaylor's r will also operate, to .Mobfle. and New great physical endurance, .
supper
and and kaiser i tie '
same as "papa" czar I shade, forming a loop and ends
'next Orleans this summer. THIS IMPORTANT BUSI which made It possible for him to .
Pensaeola Thursday night. Everybody
Fla.
,
u u .
L -' is cordially invited to attend. I withstand the bearllke embraces of I both meant "Caesar;' Lord 13 the with which to hang it to the side of tha''
..
DIAMONDSSomething There was a fish: fry. at Murphy'smill NESS. the gigantic Hart in clinches, came Anglo- Saxon hhiford, meaning dresser.

Neat and New In Them Monday last. 'AH present returned Why the Doctor Couldn't Go In. from years of lacrosse, tennis, socket "loof distributer. "Huzzy" was :
home saying that they bad spent A lady had been ill and under football, hockey and skating, those once a respectable housewife, knave A lIenlllaaWDt.
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafpl SL a most enjoyable day. Those present been Brusso's men so unfortunate as to rub or ten;:
I The Jacksonville Metropolis says: sports having lifelong was simply a boy and"caitiff"meanta I'
medical treatment for a long time from tie outer surface of a blacktj
v,-ere as follows: Mr. any Mrs. J. H. I a pie<*
his
pastimes at Canadian home.
TURTON & BELL. r Davis and son Fay, Mr.- and Mrs. Will .As she grew no better all the while :< That Jacksonville' is going to be the The athlete has always had a mania captive. From the name of the I kid glove or kid shoe take a few drops!
,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I Wilson, Mra. D.M.:.Merritt.-Mrs.Mat- the became distrustful of her phy- head center of the naval stores busi-- for the most of outdoor laborer on the villa of rfn old time of sweet oil and mix It with an equal

Kodak Supplies., Finishing for Amateurs.R. 1 I tie Harper and son Joseph, :Mr. and sician's skill and did not wish to see ness is believed in Savannah, notwithstanding sports :and has strenuous\professionalized half Roman gentleman we get the name I I amount of bfiick! Ink. Apply this mi11I

Mrs.Marvin Walter Merritt Taylor and Mr. and Eunice Mrs., him and yet was not bold-enough to the efforts to pooh pooh this the amateur lacrosse and hockey teams "villain." A pagan was originally,I ture to the white spat or any part that: }
daughter
: idea by the parties who are interestedin a countryman while varlet is the may be rubVcd and the spot will ba
Canada them ,
K. WHITE, Mrs. Shelby Gates and little son, Mr. tell him so. She communicated her in by playing against under -
I 'MdCann keeping the business in Savnnah. < assumed names and in various same word as valet. Our students hardly notieeaMa This treatment wilt
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduaet ;; Taylor Majors, Mr. Charlie state of mind to her maid. I I
Rev. Ed. ; This belief in Jacksonville sorts of If there is lacrosse should their dictionaries also freshen au old pair of black kid"1gloves. ,
Optician.30 S.Palato Street. Pensaeola. Fla. Clayton, Mr. Richard Merritt "L'ave'im to me, mum; l'ave'im was disguises. a study a little .
,, Misses Uzzie :Merritt and Hazsll Har- tome!" said-the girl. I,evinced yesterday by the visit of a game on when Brusso is aroundhe more closely than the majority :
per. Boating was the popular sport representative of one of the largest can't be kept out of It. He shows do.
By and by the doctor came to the Tbe Stoat Woman. r
for the girk. :A delicious lunch was
all
Told the most phenomenal endurance in
Tersely fcerved.Rev.: door, and Bridget opened it aboutan buyers of naval store, who came to of those sports, and the stamina re A stout woman should not wear a
1 Ed. Clayton fined his regular inch. look over the ground, and The MetropoIls -i I{ well Then He Remembered. tailor made suit, nor should she wears
hold
quired to Hart at bay was
'1|
appointment here Saturday' and Sun- "Sorry, sir," said she, "but is reliably informed that he ex- earned. "President Finney of Oberlin* I large bows at her belt nor a high, tight
The smack Carrie B. Wells, of the.day. He delivered a most interesting ye said old Ohio collar. In choosing her gowns she
can't come in the day dochter." pressed; himself as satisfied! that Jack I Brusso himself that he didn't an man, "was a very; i
fleet ot Saunders & Co., ,.sermon to a large crowd. He received says !
., arrived yes-, should avoid large figure designs, selecting --
scnville going UPbe' the naval absentminded man. When he meta
.II 1 "Can't was to become tighter.
terday with a good catch. ,,cue member forrbaptysm. .I come in? How's that? I i.-ant a professional plain goods. She
1 I.A I quiet wedding took place Sundayllast "The mistress do be.tooujllfor to stores market of the world, and preliminary -I i but he simply couldn't help it, he was person he knew he would stop and striped or
also be of Jewels, and it
Mr. Earle Raisback, formally of Chicago at Mr. Frank Jeraigan's; when his' see the day sir." -j. ndon Tit- arrangements were made to so carried away wIth the delights of say: 1 know I've met you before.let's i should chary :
I ye. will usually be found more becoming !
has accepted a position in'the daughter Jennie married to Mr. : He couldn't find enough ama j I !
was Bits. TScratch'Your locate here,go as tobe;t'Johnny-on-the-\ boxing. see; what is your name, sir? the head.
shoe of William Johnson to wear her hair high on
department Morris Creighton. The bride was spot. .teurs to stand up before him, so he had "After this had happened several I
& Son. i: beautifully dressed in white. I to turn professional to satisfy his i'i'I '
Liverl" This: straw shows which way the, times to a certain student the graceless I Hemming Xapklm.' '
of
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Medlock Pensa
Dr. Mrs. Wilmer S. in the
and Hall and Dr. for excitement ring.
C. L. Smith left Tuesday to attend cola were the 'guests of :Mr. and Mrs.D. 11Scratch your liver!I" was theory wind is blowing.The I i yearning One of the most; laughable incident I youth one day responded, 'Tom Every one knows how hard It is to( ', F i

the meeting of'the Florida State Den M. Merritt on Sunday last. which arose from the corner of the naval stores operators here are in Brusso's! career was, during a lacrosse Jones, sir/ I turn a very narrow and perfectly even 1I
tal Society, which convenes at ,At. Mr and Mrs Tom Majors and Mr., busiest and noisest downtown- going to win in this fight for aH,conditions f game in Detroit, when some "The conjunction of the new I hem in table napkins. Put the hemmer '
lantic Beach near Jacksonville. ; and! Mrs.the R.guests 0 Cornell of Mr.of Majors'Evergreenwere : taurant about 1 o'clock one after' favor Jacksonville as an open I false whiskers he were fell off during name with the old face shocked the I att chjnent on your sewing machine ..

C. M. Pullias. of Tennessee, an evangelist ents Saturday and Sunday last. They par .I I noon. The patrons -of the place market. In less that eight month I a heated moment in a contest with a president into present mindedness.He I! the, but do not through use any thread.the hemmer.Just\' '
napkins
of the Church.of Christ, Is now returned to Gonzalez Monday morning.Mr. dropped their'knives and.forks and there will be twenty-four feet of water Canadian team. But even after being: gazed fixedly at the student fora run without sewing them,: arid they are
conducting a series of meetings at the Frank Jernigan and family left looked up in amazement. The wait- here, and in the meantime we now I exposed Brusso kept In the game and : moment and exclaimed, 'John I' desired and are7iI i
creased as
corner of Jackson and Alcaniz 6ts. to-day for Wager, Ala, where they couldn't be Induced to quit playing. i as narrow
did not in the least
ers act surprisedand have feet Steele how do lie I' New
Services each evening at 7:45. All are will make their future home.: twenty send a depth of you I all ready for hand sewiag.
invited to take part In the song ser Mr. and Mrs. Barker of Roberts, reached for the bills of fare, I twenty-two feet is expected, withjn I York Press. I L '" -, -

vice. I were in attendance at the wedding.Mrs. drawing a pencil through the line four months. ". 4 _ _
Dr. D. A. McKinnon. of Marlanna I \ M.\ E. Choron, of Muscogee. isvisiting "Liver and bacon, 35 centsThe Mark this prediction: This port is\\ -- ,
her daughter Mrs. W. Majors.Mr. .
was in the city yesterday en route R B. Williams was the guest of order came from the superintendent, going to do the naval stores businessof -

home from Central America, where he his parents at this place Sunday last who had received word from the the world, because this city is the Can You j
has been in the Marine Hospital Service Mrs. Ed. Williams; is on the sick list chef that the dish had ran out, and natural headquarters of the naval

as Inspector on steamships ply. :Mr. Taylor Mayors is expected to he was BO( busy at the time that he stores industry by its proximity to-the
ing between that section and the United leave in a short' Joe for Wiggins,! did not think how the shouted com-
field of operations.
States. Dr. McKinnon .
Miss. I
graduated
from a medical course mand would sound.-New York All that Deeded now is for all the ,
several monthsago
Mail. naval stores men to stand together,
and was appointed to the service Cut Out' i.{
immediately after his graduation. He for in unity there is strength.

does not, however, like the work and CHOICE MISCELLANY

he of his has profession resigned to in begin Marianna.the practice Niagara Already Rained. [he. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. i i's

,. "Niagara falls are already ruined ,
says the eminent hydraulic engineer. the 'Y el"Streak ?

,Sales of Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- Alton D. Adams, In Technical World
nilla are Increasing rapidly because Magazine for April "Already enough
there's nothing just like the "Blue water rights have been granted by New,
Ribbon -Flavor." !Besides they go York state and Canada 'to divert all

twice as far.aeateaee. the water which now, falling over both 's All got one, you know. Some small; some large. The more "yellow" in your

the American and the Canadian falls,
makes the great cataract one of the Li make-up, the less yellow gold in your character and pocketbook. ,

natural wonders of the world. If the
*f Lens Wordi.

Administrator: general's counter rev.olutlonary bold capitalists.franchises and were promoters all 'to who establish now; Is your yellow streak the coffee habit? Does it reduce your working force, kill
Intercommunications uncir-

cuaistantlated.al's disproportionableness Quartermaster characteristically gener- plants would the be entire diverted flow into of Niagara underground river your energy,. push you into the big crowd of mongrels, deaden what thorougbred blood .'

contradistinguished unconstitu-; channels and the mighty cliffs over you may have, and neutralize all your efforts to make money and fame?
tlonlsts' incomprehensibilities. which the torrent now'pours In resist- .
less grandeur would be left rugged and to

A Young Artist bald and dry." \'t\\\ It does that very thing for thousands who don't suspect it. Languid, half sick

little And he WUllw showed made mamma a drawtaf.with pride proposed Mr. Adams treaty sees between small hpe the United in the ,\ : : -- : with stomach and bowel troubles, heart weak and hardly half alive, you cannot succeed

"What !Js that?" he asked, jnrH"t) He does not
)States and Great Britain.
"'Tis a puppy." ehj! replied. believe that Canada will be a willing under such fearful handicaps nowadays, when the world only yields the crown for the

Then he took it to his father. party to any treaty which will cut off t best efforts of keen people. -
Who exclaimed: "I wonder now! the ST a ti income it enjoys from leasing
"It's a quadruped: for oortaln.I Niagara power. His plans\ to exca-
should sar It was a cow."
vate and deepen the channel leading to Try leaving off coffee for 10 days. Build back to a clear-cut mind and healthy
Willie wondered that his parents the American fall, which will otherwise

"Did was TO meant strangely to, ba,disagree."It the sofaIn run dry long before the Canadianor rl body'by'Postum Coffee. That's the-true route to health. and with bounding exuberant -
Horseshoe falls will be at all af '
IMn.
th- parlor.: murmured he.
-WI\I"I.,tsn c.... fected. health you acquire "Energy plus."

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other i and serious g11 Then to "do things" is easy. : :
And.many painful ,
-
RISING ailments from which most mothers / I
'
suffer, can be avoided by"the use of (/11 "There's a Reason. .
POStUIfl
DtblS Frl Id. This great remedyis '

Have a try at
a God-send to women, carrying : -
.
,BREAST -
'them through their most critical \

ordeal with safety and no, pain. .. rote-Postum is only good to the taste when well boiled. Then it is prime and toothsome. ,

No woman who uses "Mother's Friend" need fear the sufferingand t .' ____ 1 :'
u
danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror I jI

find insures safety to life of mother and chil,l and leaves her in NO PLACE lar wil dull the senses 'and make one Postum In its place. My old trouble t

a condition favorable to speedy The child is THE SCHOOL GIR L'S SHIRTWAIST.The I feel lazy and stupid after the first effects I disappeared and I learned to look for.
more recorYalso .
Must Stand Aside i of the cup have worn off an hour ward to my Postum with as much eagerness
healthy, strong and tailored shirt waists are much the fronts are tucked and stitched on The Lazy Ones feeling from coffee I or so after drinking it as I used to look to coffee and
affected this the growing the' shoulder line to yoke depth, and The dull heavy I
season by I instead of being bad in its effect, Pos
in itself but "I of coffee New
good natured. Our book not.amount to much was a lover says
centre hex the
school girl: Thou'gh extremely simply there is a triple pleat may "it
MOTHS I of fame York "It seemed breakfast: tum is very healthy and I feel as
obstacle in the way I man to me
'Motherhood 1 of less made Invisibly: : beneath this It's a great !
: is worth make they are none the smart.In fastening for it kills ambition and', was nothing without it but I noticed] a lord" right along. Name given bY;
fact, it is just this simplicity pleat And in the back there is a and fortune .
.
Itsweightingodtoevery 1 very and finally sick. an hour or so after breakfast a dull, Postum Co., Battle Creek Mich.There's
one lazy I
which gives them their smartness. double centre box' pleat! which grad- makes
and will be free in the waist line. The I I The successful men or women mustI stupid feeling came over me accompanied I a reason why Postum helps]
Woman, sent plain Sleeves are either long or short, but uates in width to I
: toward fame fortune when used
I themselves. The to frequently nausea. and
that reaching a trafie below the el. neck Is finished with a sh'rt band, to first conquer way by I I
envelope by addressing application to FRIEND bow and finished with 'a turnback cuff; which is buttoned the stock of medi-'I conquer that dull stupid feeling 91: "Thinking perhaps it was caused by in place of coffee the drug drink.
of 10 is to a little attention -I coffee I wanted to make sure of it so I Look in each package for the tamou
Bradfield around which is times out pay
Regulator Co.'Atlanta.Ga. { is, to be a very popular model this um height, worn a
:'iet
summer time. In the waist ,piotur0 .soft"string' tie. i I I| to proper food, coffee in. particu j).I gave up the use of.coffee,and drank little book The Road to WeUY11lL"
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.I.i'I PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, .'WEDNESDAY MORNING,, MAY 16, 1905 f

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Ii, r of Texas, Louisiana and Florida and CLOSES RELATION e eaa '- aa aeaa aa aae e aeaeeaaeaa

the Health officer of ,Mobile'bay who '


T 'VJbt: ItttjafollJfontnal., consideration only controls Alabama the qU9.rantine'serviCe being port, the the question desirability of under the of I WITH BALDWINBETTER ?'; YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLE n R R


quarantining the island of Cuba during qTRANSPORTATI'ON ffi' a
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. months by the Health''' Department FACILITIES -
the summer : '

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT' MONDAY' of the United' States. The >*BETWEEN*;< STATE OF Seven Days in a Week and Three Times a Day 01

Health officials: of Texas and Louist-: -' '
...BY... I ana urged the adoption of'this'policy- 8A1JWNAN.D MOBILE tU ru

1:i Dr. Porter of Florida and Dr. Gold- ADVOCATED. N And yet stay' within your ,means. It's merely 1 a matter of management fU
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.i waithe for Mobile which is -
Bay practically
3s '
-- opposed such policy as unnec _'it -..------ 1m : -of knwingwhereto buy. Let us fill your orders. We ftIIN

... essary. A a result of the discussionthe ; ,
: FRANK L:. MAYES, President and Geneses. Manager. national? authorities did not Jin- The If Baldwin'Mobil*!Register County is says going: to' ba, ',;;, '. 'guarantee to satisfy you. .-No matter if you want a small steak or jjj

rose tivfs a of quarantine Texas and but the Louisiana Representa-an- one of''the 'most thickly settled and .:> :".a roast, or a few slices of ham, or whether you want a nice big, S!

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. pounced that they would impose a: prosperous: IU -divisions of the state ra tender
steak
,. quarantine on suspicion despite the: .i_- fine, juicy tenderloin or a big roast, or a fat chicken
i and there Ts actually to be a loading fljW

r 1-- SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES.- that declaration ach had from made Florida a separate and investigation Mobile-I port in the' lower bay on that side S 0:: or turkey. We can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables.

with the common result that of the water as the railroad officialsof
One Year.$5 00 One Month........ ........ *5 thg'latest case of yellow I fever occurred' the Louisville and Nashville intimate
.; Six Mouths............ ... 2 50 One Week .:.... ....... ... 10* llth. But in little k
on February do think that the present m
Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly] Edition, per year..Jl 0( more Board than of Mobile two weeks Bay practically the Quarantine repu- roundabout we not way of reaching that CARTLAND & ZELIUS i

1 --- dated the action of its.Representatives: territory, via Bay Minette. will long
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed & I Ie
., prohibiting travel except to im- serve satisfactorily the enterprising
BAYLEN & INTENDENCIA PHONE
) COR.
r rl Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. munes. business men of Mobile. Neither will 1132 5

f This was fol'owed! by the action of transportation br water meet the

{ the Cuban government which quarantined neeos'; cf the cUr; R is time that Mobile aaaeeae2eeaee2aeaaeae2e222e22aeca! y!ea<%
j against all the Gulf ports except
Offlces.108 and 110 East Papers on S'le.n Trains should to consider seriously
i I Key West Tampa and Maimi on the begin
i -: Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. ground that a fruit vessel had been allowed the question of a bridge to unite Mobile 2- ---- _-=

t ... J_ Wid .. .,.. J .. OI .- ....,...--- to pass up the Mississippiriver and Baldwin counties at Mobile.
i Ii the fact showing that the regu- This Is not a new proposition. It was __
t lations of the national health depart
i ; 'Pa\'SA.oOI.A FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, M1AY 16..1906 ment were not obsl'rVed.This broughtthe mooted good many years ago in ( : 7
, .-- Florida Health officer to his feet connection with the idea of bringingthe
1 1 and he protested against this action dwellers of the eastern shore into
: Postmaster Northup Will Now I :s coextensive with that of the federal I of Cuba in a letter to Dr. Finlay! the I, closer relations with Mobile. No\ ) -,

government.As : chief of sanitation for the island government that Baldwin is developing rapidly! and A"

j Attend to His Office. I \ regard that portion of Senator I urging that to include any enormously as an agricultural county. r

! t In M 'nday's Daily News we find the Taliafe 's bill which prohibits the Florida port in the quarantine would there is more reason than before for

f following In reference to Postmaster I taking of sponges in the waters of the be With'to the fllscredlt assistance our of national Dr. Esdorf service., representing considering_the question of building (. h G s f .

i _Xorthup's retirement from the management United States by aliens, the marine the United States In 'sanitary bridge. Electric traction also has;

of the street car company: league limit is again applicable matters for Havanna, Dr. Porter come, to be a new factor in transpor'

,Free, now, from other business Aliens can be prohibited from taking secured a modification of the order tation of passengers and goods, ana' II I I (I 1

i cares imposed upon him by the outies sponges bride ,of the said limit as and now an Florida ports are exempt great extent t
, by the us9 of;this facility a
: from the quarantine the order first
incident to the presidency of the ,
I no treaty between this country and of territory can be profitably
Carra-
stood, Pensacola. Apalachicola
.. street railway system Captain Nor. .
any other, containing the "most belle and Cedar Keys being'under the opened up to Mobile. The eastern
. this -
' thup expressed a pleasure morning
favored shore would become a very popular resort
nation" clause
; that he was now able to devote to providesthat ban.Cuba for MoMLiatts' and for visitors
'" the postofflce service attention:which sponges:may be taken by other should have confidence in the l .
if there
1 from the interior country, existed -
I would in the end result in the better than citizens of the United States. Florida Health authorities and It. is! speedy and convenient means of
{ went of the mall service and the genf.ra.1 merely Just though creditable that
: Outside of the three mile limit the trangporta.Fon.By means of electricity -
,
inch recognition been given. But: an .e.lti MN'
t details of the postofflce. United States has no jurisdictionover if the real moving power be a desire: operating cars over a bridge,
\ "Yes, I'm out of the street car for Daphne would be distant not more ti' tip' +r '
aliens. to retaliate
on our government '
'business now, but hope to serve the than 30 minutes from Mobile and I I 'tI'iIff! t:
J' "- If then, the United States cannot ex- trade restrictions it is to be regretted 4 $ Za 'r' ,.4 ,9j'tl
i ,
public in a better way by devoting attention that a money consideration should be. Point Clear one hour; and Navy COve,
J < to the postofflce which could ercisa, Jurisdiction over the soil beneath allowed to imperil a scientific effort I less than two hours. A connection
t not be possible heretofore. The only" the waters within a marine for the betterment of mankind in could be made with the Bay M'inette-' ,
} : trouble that we are now experiencing league of the shores of any particular general and intercourse between na I Fort Morgan Railroad so as to rear e i
said Postmaster Northup to-day, "is of Central Baldwin. :
t' i state or over aliens beyond the three tions. We hope Cuba will again all
J the box distribution in the office We amend her measure and join in the This win be but a beginning of!
lave eight hundred boxes there now :mile limit, it would seem that Senator direct rail connection between Mobile
general march of the greater principle
;( antf possibly 3,500 people receive mail Taliaferro's bill has no sphere in without hinderance from the smaller. and Pensacola! shortening the distance!

I t through that medium. If a letter is : which to operate and is, consequently Meantime let Floridians understandthe by one-half or 60 miles. I II J 1 Il / Yf .
J t' misplaced we hear from it, sometimes vote true situation and recognize yet A bridge such as we propose wouldbe
, loudly We are trying to correct soar another service from our health authorities a very costly affair, of course, but
as it is possible all mistakes and The passage of Senator Taliaferro's its construction presents no great
} in the future the service, I hope will till if its,constitutionality were main- physical difficulty. The greater part:
i be very much better." tained' by the United States Supreme of the eight: miles of space betweenthe
the THE PORCUPINE; two shores is marsh land where
If "confession is good for
Court would, 'as ''a matter of course, 1 RE.
1 soul," we hope that this candid admis. trestle work would be employed. Two Q Eli
he result in reskt'iproduction: to such He Is Noted Chiefly For His Sluggish bridge structures would be required,
lion from Postmaster Northup that an extent that fRcea would be vast ness and Stupidity. to pass the; rivers, Mobile and Ten-i

j I las been neglecting the work o! his ly higher; it :would also result, in all eaw; and in th& building, of these the! .-, /
t' office will have a salutory effect on probability in The porcupine can hardly be saidto chief expense will have to be encoun .
t him and that, as he says the service concentrating the business have a home/butlte uses a hollow tered. We do, not believe however, r j /'i
of in few
fishing
a hands.
will hereafter be "very much better." sponge tree as a tenement, or even a hole that the cost will be a sufficient obstacle -:' -' '. '
And the consumer would "pay the especially to a city that expects j0 y /
the As weather ,,
;; couldn't, be much worse. freight.; among rp$ s. warm in a decade, to reach 100,000 population ; /........ '. C'. /
t the '
: female two .
o approaches produces i ": I r / /, '
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t \ or three young which are*of amazing ..rp.' ,..1 : ./:-.I:: .:. /i

jft Senator Taliaferro's Spring SeasonCompared size at birth, actually larger than A LITTLE:: .' NONSENSE.The .. .. ."I, -.' '" ;,

the newborn cubs of a beat : -' /
if Bill. to Advertising.Just v'r
i Sponging ... '
Their flesh is eaten the Indians -"
. by Fa.H Finding Bess and the Puz- -, .
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I 1 *.. Senate bill 4806, "An act to regulate : now the gardner-amateur or but, has never been liked by tied*: Clerk. ,, 'f' : '': .-.. ,: <....." / -...p" IUNt9LE
the delivery and sale otherwise-is humping around with white The of the I : '
! landing, cure men. use quillsin There is a cepuniesion merchantwho : ,
introduced Senator his spading fork and hoe and rake ana1 ornamentation Indians is ..
1 of sponges, by by our is a & admixture of all
i j( Taliaferro and passed by the Senate things, getting the ground ready for that peevish, fault finding ': .(0' -
the moccasinspoaches and-love'ble. ,;-
seeds that are to produce what he "
; :: come time since, will, according to a His clerks understand ,'
; received in this city yesterday fondly hopes will prove a bumper crop kets and everything else being orna-
, telegram or'garden This hini thoroughly, and, as he SAAT GREAT GASOLINE RATES! THIS IB THE FAi!TEST ilAGHCXEi I DONTWHEN Tir.\: '
come up for consideration by the sess. preliminary work mented with them by the squaw is libersL raCh salary, they bear with IT'S RUN BY THOSE CHAU FFTBURS. .*
House of Representatives on Fridaynext. finished he will select the seeds that with great skill and often with truly his peCTQJ&rfties. Sometimes he reverses

Als the measure is a purely local seem most likely to bring forth Just artistic effect; but, as usual, the him Hfia the most amusingway

one, applying' only to the state of what he wants; he plants them In the earliest methods-aad patterns, when : and me.| ,.clerks l have a 'hard THE SAGO PALM. One of the most important is the I I Eyes and Animals.Dr. .
right sort of soil for their
? Florida, and as it is a well known development the Indians used tSeir own delicate time tp fiS raia
and accepted fact that the jurisdiction with due regard for sunlightand dyes and sinew threads, were much few <$ % $ -'ens'of them made a How Its Delicious Product Is Obtainedby the tree flourishes only in I'! ophthalmologist, sad u.at i :

r of a state extends not only over the shade, moisture, etc. Just here is better than are seen in these days of trifling'figcorlaji statement of ac the East Indians.Is low, marshy situations and seldom the dog has two ancestors, on' pwuid

x land within the boundary of a particular where he resembles the advertiser. aniline colors and crude imitationsof count' Gel was immediately called it from their noble aspect or on reaches a height of thirty feet. .It' eyed!, the other oval eyed. The .:r t

state but out and into any and all The latter finds the field already pre- the white man's art. The longer upon for an explanation. account of their utility that the I, attains a starch yielding conditionat is the hyena, the second the bear,

waters adjoining the state to the pared for his sowing. The public quills of the European porcupineare "WHy, sirhe began, "I' ,palms.have been termed the princesof the age of fifteen years. The through the raccoon. All dogs descend -
mind in his soul, various factors
limit of one marine league, or three and turned into fancy penholders, tho ught'1-, the vegetable kingdom? Neither : stem is then gorged with a mass of from these animals. T-e

. ".. miles, from its coast, there is some have long been at work in bringingthis and in India and Malaya they weave "You haje no business to think, the anatomy of the stem nor the I starchy matter, around which is a I j I "corpus niger," or black body ""f>f
to the of the Federal soil to a state where it is certain '
. ', .Question as right little baskets, etc., out. of them, sir," thundered the old gentleman. form of the flower entitles them to I hard outer rind about two inches in'1 pigment in the eye of the her r,
to enact legislation coverIn to yield abundant returns if the rightsort
I": government which are often as pretty as they are ''1 am here to,do all the necessary such a position The stem is as : thickness Were the fruit allowedto which has puzzled veterinarian:,
; the fisheries, although of advertising seed is in the
? sponge j sown strange. thiakin Pay attention to your simple as that of the common broom I form-and ripen the whole of this naturalists and zoologists so mud,
there Is no question about the right of right with due to
restraining place regard conditions Reviewing his narrow life, the books, sir, am&leate the thinking to and: the flower as that of the rush. starchy core would disappear and provides through the ophtnaiT1-
the state legislature to enact and circumstances. The
garden. strongest impression left upon one'smind me." Yet they have always been of great leave the stem a mere hollow shell, scope a new means of tracing 1'!"

-< laws. The United States Supremecourt' er knows that he can procure any sort seems to be that'of,the erea.ture's ":e., sir," said the clerk humbly.! interest to the botanist, and their for when-the tree ripens its fruit it ancestry and relationship ot t':;*
has held that the soil below cf
: 'seed' he wants and is
reasonablysure
sluggishness and stupidity. :Nextd3:aaraier law was discov- historical and legendary associations dies. j I horse. It is the same eye curtain:
" JQW water mark "is the subject: of exclusive that the '
and product will be satisfactory These are perhaps concomitants, if ered, and lggfe tHe clerk was summoned / and their beauty and their economic It seems strange that a man can that is found in tropical animais-

-.' propriety and ownership,maritime and profitable if he takes proper not Consequences, of its strictly vegetarian and..& *! :
the state whose
belongs to on of the "
, \; care growing plants. But his life, in which its tastes are "Well, air", Ldfda't think" the public. preparation consists in cutting off telope-for protection from Bfl-
border and within whose territory certainty of returns is
: ;_:. no more absolute so simple that it rarely seems to "Of course*'you diin't," howled More than a thousand species ol the branches and the hard rind of' light.

: it lies than that of the advertiser whois have to make the least exertion for the peppery old1} gentleman. 'That's the palm are scattered at different the trunk. The stem is then divided _

A case that has important bearing willing to stung his proposition as food at any season of the year, and just the trouble; you don't think elevations throughout the tropics of I into section and split up, and thei Gun Metal CfcaLui Faroreo.

tpon the subject under consideration carefully as the gardener studies his. to its highly protected condition, enough. What 1 are you paid !"rP both hemispheres, with stragglers in j I i I starchy pith is extracted and grated Beauty's neck will no longer I if ?"'

L :was that of Manchester vs. Commonwealth ', The prime essentials are the right which makes it careless of danger, Just think once in awhile and don't subtropical and even in warm, tem- : to powder. When the starch is circled by heavy round bead*, \ci IJJ

of Massachusetts.) 139 U. S. kind ot seed properly planted in the and hence unvigilant and steadily be a mere automaton." perate regions. Their utility can roughly grated or pounded into pulp has been the fad for several IwasoI'l,
the of light soil-the right kind
rage 240. Involving control of advertis- inclined, to sluggishness of mind as The clerk said he would.-New scarcely be overestimated. They and made into cakes one tree will I I These chains have never been fisheries.{ In this case Mr. Justice ing properly placed in the right me- well of It is not well for I ly commented by manufacture Jt'*'
as body. York Press. furnish food, shelter, clothing; tim feed a man for a whole year. t'I
; Elatchford, speaking for the U. S. diums.-Advertising World. an anima.1 to be too safe or too com- ber, fuel, building materials, sticks, That which is intended for exportation I f[ elers, who are now in high featnrr mat

: Supreme Court said: **##MM#* fortable, for its ,mind grows, rusty A Reversal."I fiber, paper, starch, sugar, oil, wine, is mixed into a paste with I I I i i I fickle Give ornaments.woman will The adopt substitute more oip"2i for'

The title thus of held is subject the to the r with disuse, or, if it never had use, once attended some legal proceedings wax, tannin, starch, dyeing mate water and rubbed through sieves i beads are slender almost invlsihl' p1!Ica

nhttton paramount of right which navigation in respect reg.to :b THE ISLE OF CUBA / lies inert, and 'the whole creature in Nevada' says a Philadelphia rials, resin and a host of minor into small grains. It is known as metal chains, to which are at:"'''Cpl

foreign and interstate commerce ** AND-QUARANTINE. exists on o. low plane. I do not lawyer, "which were uncon- products, which make them of the pearl sago, bullet sago, etc., accord crosses studded with both *:"'!'"*

has been granted -to the United ; Jacksonville TimesUnion.X iIi know an animal'of the Americanwoods ventional, to say the least. The greatest value to the natives and to mg to'its size, and is served on our clous and precious stones, which w-ii

States. There has been no that ic so well off and BO unin- judge presiding made up what he tropical art c ilturi4s.: tables and in soups and puddings. 1 I sparkle against lingerie necks.

j k, inch These grant remain of under power the aver exclusive fisheries.control H qa ", teresting as the porcupine-New lacked in l level lyre by a certain -
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of the state, which has conseQuently enteria: ring } voality. The case before
the right in its discretion, to i Twenty-five years ago commerce be- him was windy and long drawn JIEmiimm
Mr. Howell
appropriate its tide waters and their tween Cuba and the United States was Office Hours. out, and it was plainly to be seen .
beds to be used by its people as a William Dean Howells is a'most
barred several months during the year that he was tired and uninterested.To .
common for taking and cultivating and continued in fear and trembling cordial end brotherly-man for any one of his decisions counsel for High Grade Pianos-Do You Want One?
; :fish, so far as it may be atone without for the rest of the year. At her own young writer to meet. He tabs a EI
the took
' navigation. defendant
obstructing
expense Florida demonstrated' that the keen promptly exception
interest
In McCreary vs. Virginia, 94 U. S. feat was not justified and that, un- and is full of in everybody's'work and his honor nodded carelessly a The pianos we sell are all that a.high grade' instrument should be. mI

J91, the same court held to the same der proper regulation, business need helpful suggestions.Some and settled ,down in his ample :
o. effect and in Dunham vs. Lamphere, not be interrupted and hardly delayed.Upon years ago..he accepted theeditorshIp chair. For a moment or two he is They meet every requirement can be made by both player and

c S Gray (Mass) 268, Chief Justice which this resulted demonstration in lifting work from began the It is said that of a he?yep York magazine that his quietly'; dropped; off to sleep, his singer. We invite you to' see .them-come in and try each one until "I

,, Shaw, speaking for the Supreme Court island the curse of the ages and has supposed .chair tilted, backs against the wall
, of Massachusetts, laid down the same opened to America a volume of trade name more than personal service, Suddenly fe'lTover backward, and,' you have found one that suits,your own particular piano taste. It don'tmatter

that must .grow indefinitely:! in value was what was wanted so he was not to and hi
doctrine. his if
scrambling dignity *} you haven't got the money-we make it
productiveness for both sides. It particularly
ann punctual as to attend
seat he his
From the decisions quoted.It would ij true mistakes hive been made but ance. But the proprietor soon disabused uaght to cloak mishap

.: eem that the act in question cannot the broad results make one of the him of.this netion. '1 want- by exclaiming abruptly and irrelevantly Easy to Buy and Easy to Pay '- '
I "No counselor I ad-
greatest blessings ever conferred by must
apply and operate over the soil beneath "
the water within a marine man upon Ms fellows. And In the .mistakes you he said to understand"that, Mr. Howells, here to my Decision of a moment If you don't buy a piano iris your own'fault, notours.
have been accepted the right one day, our office "
league of the Florida< coast, and if the spirit by this country-we have nowa hours are from 9 to 5."_ tgo. .
Jurisdiction. of the United States ex national quarantine on this side "Counsel for the defense ,arose -
Cuba is a health resortOn "Very goodsaid Mr. Howells, and with a serious bow, said, .'Ah; IdutandLargut 11411 S. Palafox St.
I, tends to a greater distance than one end April 16th a conference was heldat and, picking up his hat, h'e bowed but your honor has just reversed Music Hous. in c', U tterMqs.IC House Phone15
Florida
league from the in
marine shore as
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which the parties were the Surgeon- departed, no, persuasioncould himself I :
, [ the cafe of waters between headlands, General x>f the Public Health and Ma, induce him to return.-Success most conclusively/'V, GEO..W. C. CLUTTER. Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec f..

.: i -fie Jurisdiction: of the state moves an& rIne-Hospital service, the State Health, Magazine. per's. Weekly- _ftl.

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Today is the wind up of our discount sale, so If you want to get 'I. .' .... '". -:: ,-- ;,.' '':, .)! J

tile benefits of the I .. >;, .'.-. t.<: :" ',:, .:..... ?"''. .,.. .',. / ,' .. t r ,
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20 PER CENTDISCOUNT CHARMING FIVE O'CLOCKFOR I I I ;tl ,#;,='" ; :" 1';' :.' !;

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MRS.' HANNAH'S'' GUEST. 4 ', .. j. .. ,. ,' ..... h. i,
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a few friends at a charmingly informal F '.\. ', ., : ': <.;!.:':. .,
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little five o'clock tea las<,evening; .y" 1 '". .. $ :, ..'.. : ..: it. t
for her sister and guest Mrs.: Brown I ; -,' '. !
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of the City of Mexico, who leaving :- J'kf 'p", .. < ; ) ; ;
YOU, MUST BUY TODAY Those who have not availed themelres was t ; j

: of this opportunity SHOULD! DO SO AT ON E. ALL GOODS' last night. -.l ,. ..' ,..'. '. ,". t. 1 J
assisted r'f- '
Mrs. Hannah was In re -- } :; "-
IN PLAIN FIGURES. ITS MEYER'S OOMPLIMENrDARY A;1' ""
MARKED '
ceiving by Mrs William J. Hannah] .. .. ,; 1' '.t{ J .; i : i ii
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SALE and today is your 11AST CHANCE to get the ; '. : J
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Fhilip e.nd Mrs.Hanna((Dr.) T. J. Welsh, and Mrs. .. :. :.> }. .: .,:';" ." ".....,'L ','''" :..;'. ;- -. --,, ; t,:.
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Those present were Mrs. Browr .i-a .-- ... 1/.. ; ; 1
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DeM. Blocker, Mrs. C. W Lamar ai ; "
her guest Mrs. Ashley, of ValdofTrs. "- ; ,' '-', j ; : :..1': ; .
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103 South Palafox Street. Feet Furnishers For Folks. SALAD: .' :.1f .II -.. ;t : '. ri j' :
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-From a collection of recipes : '>,f' l'
tack almost to "War Time," W: .. '' "' .-: .": .,:, ,! !
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magazine gives the following: ; f.- ". :
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"MaOce' a custard of the ye: < 'if' >,.... : "' .' 1",
three eggs. A tumbler of vine ... .. ;> .: i ;
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teaspoonful of butter, a te3.S'peper. '; ; :; .8 .. .' .. ; ,. ;
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and one onion. Slice a dozen po .> i.

i Mix altogether and serve." ;,'"c.. ,., ." '-;;-... '. ,' I..' ...' <"._:.. ,,'. ,f ., .!-""'. .:;

i 4'i Miss' 3i r. and Mrs. -E.+-H. Skinner, .' :W" ..rPEIV :''--, '-'-' ::. } .. ,. : ;.. :; "' !

their Interesting family expect ... i', : : < i
leave the last part of June for ... ,. .:n t .; ;:. _,' '. ii' ', .I ; ;
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fornia, to reside in :Los Angeles tcj } !
,: sincere regret of their innumeit. .... i"r..! ':'.. ,;', ''';' \ 'f, .
Pensacola friends. Av "t" -t.: .. 1 ,' ; ] ,: <'j ;
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J' Mrs. Emily C. Wright's summer .- .: >k.W ,
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dence now building in :-iF < ; : i
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across Bayou Texar, 'r. 1J j" i
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family, Wrig
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leave her town house fluff Spr. ..,'5, May 15.- C :
J for her new country h rr has returned hom< '.;. < j
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4! S yra Cards are out for e i ?*-?. ? asarit visit to friends at C. : .. 1''' ; ',", f'.. I !

I: f 1announces with pleas versary of the weddini Ir. Jacobi, of Molino, was 4::_:, ;'r.' '' )

v ure the arrival of another :Mrs. Lewis Willis, .. \\H< >k on business. '. .-, .. .,J [
=.t /. W t \\::7t \ Elizabeth Maclay, Jun ;.i? Ir.[ and Mrs James McKil { ; f "Cj.-:,: 7t '
\ large shipmentof j j'I
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'" John C. Avery t : 'f .1" '=.: .. .' ct ;
daintiest creations} in at cards Friday after :... r. W. C. McDavid, of Chn. ..,\ o "' : :; ," f' "' ,. .. ,t ; : !
Hart of Athens Ga. isiting relations here "- "..., < ,. "> .Ji i ,. i!
rs. John Senterfltt, of Pensacola, '- !

Feminine !Mrs. L. S. Brown i .. fith her parent3 Mr. and Mrs. Ed- .' .; I i
Footgear E Ei 1 ',' .4, ; #
quite ill for several : i McCaskfll, Of Nora for a week's V, : :.. : i
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improved and will be While her husband Rev. J, W. I .. !
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.,,at... two. erfitt. is in Chattanooga. .it '
A 3S Annie Cameron McDavid was ii.I. 4 : : : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Char :, sick several days: this week, butw'well .. .,..." .., '..'" I
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i WATSON PARKER & REESE CO'S Brooklyn N. Y., who 1 enough to resume hers :: ;1" [
of Mr. and Mrs D. K' < at school. KUGLEMAN ELECTt: rp J. ri t !I s
Last few days, left :.: s Irma Davis is visiting relatives ;
Big Department Store. "
New Orleans and will nsacola I SENTINEL! OF THE UNITED .ao.. 'L. II

and of s. Hal Cowart, of Pensacola, ,
t Chattanooga,
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t$ and would advise the women of Pensacola, if interested route home. d friends here Thursday. COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS .. .. I

in Fashionable Foot Covering, to call at once and see r. WaIter, tanton ann children, Atx JOBS, ,
line. airs. E McWmiams! f : ''returned from *a pleasant visit The United Commercial Travelers i i 1 1i
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superb ... .. :
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her daughter's 105 atives- Pensacola. of 'America, council of Georgia and "" .

'Q\j Blanca. R Lee Williams has gone to Florida, which concluded the annual .. ,. I II .
STYLES-Pumps, Oxfords s d, Ala., for a few days meetiag n Jacksonville on Saturday i -I' [

Gibson Ties.STOCKPatent. t Mrs. Brown of Mexi <- .,.. ses Ponia Davis Florence Fill elected the following officers to serve Engraving and Fine Stationery. : ; .I I
night after a charming '-. and Minnie Powell] and Messrs. for the ensuing term : '
Kid ter Mrs. Thomas V. ". IcKIbben and Darner: Corley went Grand Past Councilor-Charles D. 1
which she has been ,Davicts.Friday; evening to attend Montgomery, Atlanta.
Patent Colt, Gun Metal Calf, many charming attenu.-* ...-. AU. ice cream supper at the residence Grand Councilor-W E. Colton, i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. I '
Bokara Kid Vici Kid Canvas relatives and friends. of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Brewton.Mr Jacksonville, Fla.
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fS. ., --. XV... R- St'llev'! has returned to-- Grand Junior (\-011n"I1"--Y.... .A.. L4 1'\o"n U .
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in both white and colored. Miss Hattie and Miss Maua'e Hen Pensacola after spending a week at Augusta, Ga. I

Grit, Mrs Fallow and little daughaerWilbern home. Grand Secretary-R. N. Fickett, Jr., Zadek.Jewelry Co.FRESH i
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WIDTHS, B, C, D Pearl, leave to-night to spend Mr. Riley Stanton and Mr Clark Atlanta, Ga. E. 1 .

and E fS.. two weeks or more in New Orleans. Chavers attended the Masonic servicesat Grand Conductor-Jesse W. Bates, J MOBILE, ALA,

fS.. Shady Grove church, Jay Fla. Macon, Ga.Grand .
Only half the quantity of Blue Rib Miss Dora Gentry is home again after Page-J. K. Harris, Athens,, : 'i i4 I
LASTS The newest and nobbiest, as well as f5. bon Vanilla required. '!'Absolutely' a pleasant visit with relatives in

5 the most comfortable fitting. I pure. Goes twice as far.'I Pensacola.Mr. Ga.Grand Sentinel-David Kugleman,, ...,,""' .. I It' t
RESIDENTS .
Jim Amerson, of Wager, Ala., Pensacola Fla. OLD i

P//CES-$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 t' was Friday.shaking -hands with friends here C:errand Kendall Executive, Macon;Committee-Henry Hugh' A. Mellon OF MOLINO DEAD i L


THE PLACE: tJ 'I II 1 COTTAGE HILL j I A.tld'',W.Atlanta Heuer; ,J.Colupbus.Representatives R. to Bass Supreme,. Jacksonville ouncil; I!iI I t. J


I SAGE LEAVES I -HEnry C. Kendall, Macon; Alternate GUS DUMONT AND JAKE MOORE, ,' .1

Watson ParkertReese l tO fe Charles D.Jtfontgomery, Atlanta. BOTH WELL KNOWN, PASS TO 't .

9Successors & Special to The Journal. The following committees were appointed THEIR REWARD. i II

J to Green & Watson. b> Cottage Hill, May 15.-The quarterly On State: of the Order-W. E. Colton Special to The 'Journal. I!j BOILED } I

I meeting was .held last week. 'Presiding of Jacksonville;; H. A. }McDonald 15.-Gus Dumont, who? .
to The Journal. Molino, May
Special
33 and 35 South Palafox Street. and L. A. Dorr, of Au-
: f5.I Elder Dr. Hammit, of ,Kiney> ,, of Atlanta resident of this county ,
has been a ;
Brent, May 15.-A. damagingspring
very .
Ala., and Rev. Netherland and wife gusta.
known
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. who was well ;
$ I drouth was broken by copious and Per Diem-H. C. since 1868, and
Mileage
On
of Gatewood, Ala., those
are
among section died at his I
t ( o l l l t I who attended.Mr. showers,.accompanied by a real Texas Kendall, of Macon; Dave Kugleman, throughout this Saturday after an illness ; .i. I
Chas. Beall is visiting relativeshere. 'norther." Cold waves continued for of Pensacola.On home here ,
several days, demanding overcoats in Charters and Dispensation of several weeks duration. ; HAM 1 "'j '. '1 1i
the month of March. Maybe the E. Colton, of Jacksonville, and J. N. Mr. Dumont came to Pensacola ou < :
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith were in the' i
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his
Potomac, name on
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disturbed the atmosphere of Columbus, Ga. the U.
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.++..*H.+..++.*****........+.+1NNNONNNII 1r the city on business Friday. western earthquake elements throughout the Harrison Auditing Commtitee A. Dorr, of naval records being iFtancis' Theulin. ; i

i Mr. Bob Lawson visited in Century States. H. A. McDonald, of Atlanta; ; He was born in Philadelphia! in 1835
whole! United Augusta; :
be sliced for
( to
Friday. the frigate Congress Ready your
;: Mrs. W. B. McMillan with her mother and J. K. Harris, of Atlanta.On and served on
Mr. Bennett, of Pensacola, was a Credentials-H. C. Kendall, of under Admiral Golds-boro on the Brazilian -, .
1 visited old friendsin table.
Mrs. Marshall .
The Ostermoor caller here Sunday.Mr. Wednesday. On Friday Macon, and J K. Harriss, of Athens. station previous to the war. UK ,
I ,4 and Mrs. Searles, of Roberts, New Sty was paid off and discharged from the :
made another successful
afternoon
they
were callers here Friday. Life Insurance. but few weeks before she
/. business "inning" to shop at the The Congress a 30 cents a poundDELATOUR
Mrs. an R. Coffey, of Mexico City, muddle has started the public to was sunk by the Confederate ram ,
: Mex., is visiting her parents; Mr. and Palafox stores. thinking. The wonderful success that Merrimac at Hampton Roads. He thf'n ,,' ..

i Mattress is Sanitary. j Mrs.,)Ir.J.and:McCullough.:Mrs. Alex Walters are for The an Newell all summer from family Georgia outing.have: will A arranged"move'bran- has its met crusade Ballard's on Coughs Horehound, Influenza Syrupin I joined with Admiral the gunboat Dupont's Sebago blockading and was '.
new"
spending a few days in Pensacola, the family its Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubleshas squadron off Charleston. In 1868 he "

., guests of their daughter' Mrs. Wm. onto through the the place hot next season.week They to run want) started' the public to thinkingof I was employed as night watchman: at :
Breen. this wonderful preparation. They the old Pensacola Lumber Company'sbig
with two "willing I
The nearer pure the air is in the sieep-cj: chamber the i; to hands hire," who a man has been well initiatedin are all using it. Join the processionand mills. HS served In this capac'tyfor ;:

.* more refreshing will be the sleep. Unsanitary beddin's : the -high art of (Florida; farming. down with sickness. Price 25c, 17 years and then went into the I

is frequently an unsuspected source of ,contamination. What has become of those new rail 50c and $1.00. Sold 'by all druggists. hotel business. GINGER ALE
: Mattress is thoroughly eliminatIng : Another Old Resident.
The Ostermoor sanitary FALCO ALA. roads which were comln'g on all sidesof
every possibility' of inhaling noxious gases while you : Brent It is about time that the I Just a few days previous to the.
j sleep. It is as pure as the incoming, ozone from the sea dirt was breaking In sight of Pensacola death of :Mr. Dumont' Jake Moore, another

0 It is soft and yielding, but will never pack" and become i io to keep up activity in the sale of 1 LAUREL HILL I I old resident passed away. lIe to the imported ;
from Wisconsin about Equal
hard and bumpy. In one piece $15.00; two ,pie s $13.50. : real estate.I came to Molinc .. '
faithful hard
1878. He was a and
: : had nfade a standing offer to throw I article .
working mill man. :
The
Special to Journal. the first shovel full of a new railroadto ,
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T Falco Ala., May 15.-W.:B. Wright, Pensacola, but I will soon be "over Special to The'Journal. ... ; : {
of Pensacola"was in town list week. age" for such hard 'work, and may have Laurel Hail May 15.-Mrs. Allen DRINK CRAVING.I! $1.25 per dozen I

I MARSTON & QUINA The Falco mill has been topped for to withdraw: from the tiresome undertaking 'Fountain arid:children are week.visiting relatives Nothing STOPS is responsible! for more suffering j, < ,:< !I
: several day on account of water being .. in Dorcas this both' afflicted : r
and misery to the 'I
too low in the pond to' get the. logs :Mr W.. C. Campbell Geneva, whospent ; l
one and to his friends and relativesthan ; i. t !
In*Pensacola, was i
day
.: 108/110 S.. Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .' on Judge the haul-UP A. J. Cross chain.held justice! court in Laurel several Hill last week visiting his drunkenness. Ifwill be good i' i i i iI
to many Inthis town that I 1
t.................................................... at crowd Davis's from store.Falco Tuesday was in ana'attendanceto quite a ;DemandGrapeNuts. brothers Mr. A. .D.Ernest Morrison and"Dan., of Pensacola White's news Pharmacy- are selling a cure>' .i !;" :I

satisfy their curiosity. .' ''in town last week looking after called Orrine which they' are authorized -! '
Sheriff Bradshaw, from Andalusia Ms was mercantile business at this place.J. I to sell 1 under a positive guarantee Sol Calm & Co. I

was in .town Wednesday looking for !.'Martin Is assisting agent J. A. if it does not stop the drink.J' ,
some one who had been over stepipng Garrett in Florala for a few days. craving and absolutely: cure the drunkard > !
the path of rectitude and right Cometo The merchants in, Laurel Hill claim the money will be refunded. The Pur. Food Store, u: c
Picture Framing a Specialty Here. Falco again, Mr. Sheriff, the Satur at I that business,is increasing and expecta Orrine is in two forms; No. 1 to be, '., i. I'I
day night following the next payday good trade-during the coming given without the patients knowledge > .- 1
framing ot pictures a specialty-give to each Job very of No. 2 for those who desire to be Southwest Corner Palafox and Intendencla ;
We make the and bring some revenue officers with Your Hotel Breakfastand summer.- T. D. Finlayson, one the and '
the most perfect finish possible. Bring us that picture that'sbeen you and we will try to point out some merchants, says his business cured. The remedy -costs but Jl-00 a' .I,'

laid away so long-our framing will .increase' it's beautyten very necessary work for you to do. the food will come. Somo for leading the past month has been better package. Mall orders filled. The Or Phones IJQQ <. .

fold. Mr. D. Wilkinson, the efficient superintendent few hotels leave It off the menu than during any prior season. vine Co., Washington! .D. C., or ask .
of the Florida and Alabama because it is not furnished them Farms in.this section are In splendid White's Pharmacy/106 .S. Palafox, to I
Cce's :aoo tCre. land! Company's business at free. < conditions. The recent rains tell you what they, "know- this. remarkable t

I' ."e 235. '213 South P0f.ftur Strut. Peaueelt I 'this place is visiting Pgn&cola for a started. everything to growln'g. remedy. J.
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$3,150.00
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',.' V 12 m 2 story residence, all con-
f .I' ( HOOTOM &
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:; : 'use alone cost $5000.
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': .' f.'III"-: < r-. \ttage" front'ng'bay. ; '- at Fishk. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
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: $5500.00 ,12.502( store. 'buildings and dwelling, containing 6
rooms,
.. near
Jl 'me desirable location,
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Union Depot. A fine investment.$2,500.000ne .
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: I.1'V'a peach. I
V "of. fhe prettiest blocks on East Hill
$1500.00 : containing 20 lot*,
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.. V : : .'-. '. Jackson St. each 40x137 feet
: ;e, East on
: V : '::. Nice house. 3800.0025 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offered f
for short time only.
1050.00n
*' ; : $t,300.00-Large 2. tory dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
East LaRua St
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." : :: ii u $J2.500.00 room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125) feet.
;', \Ico.oo. | $3,350.0u-Nce: roomy dwelllng,.with large lot stables and out houses
: in excellent location on DeVilliers St.
; as / \No. 1201 N. Davis
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-'! .. :" ; ; .. bargain. i! $5OOO.00-Two dwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.
A'J sj' K.00 !i Barcelona'

." :; a-* ;A' lots at Fisherville, PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L."

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... : -; i 'I No 211 J E. Government St.

r: 1 : :.L rents for (
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-, nted. i iv This little brIck cottage is close to the business section, has ;5

.V. ; : .' } I l h rooms and hall bath, gas, city water sanitary connection. It *;i\\\\
.' f' &'. end 4 room sin make you a nice home, convenient to your business besides b.>insr a

...r '-,,::. ,. j ';v iiolern coavenla good investment. It will'increase in value and if you should ever lie-
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.. :- .,, '! .-. .T nth avenue, in-t' could find purchaser at
[ ; sire to move you easily a a good increase,
';- ,K;; bargain.t ; $2100.00. *
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.'; '. !js, rent ?13, fro:t -- Big Profit in this:

". '<': ary's wood yardr ; '
.. We believe you will m ke'a good profit on your investment in avery I
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your money. time. We have 10 lots North Palafox that '
short on we can .v:
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'.:-: ,. 4 ; .-; .: i .ouses rents $23.00; : for $2250.00. These lots are right in line of the best residence district
of this city and should even now bring more money.
., ffI' t a 'bargain' here. ;
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:- ..'j('.;;; houses'C50.CO houses and 7 i F sherv IIe.Do

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-: .- .. .,.. ;:.'e.. (.a : .! .tract, whica bring $31!| .
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7" ; Jd 8 per cent :Interest
..' .., .;..: .' V i>. b t i $425.00 'I not overlook this pretty little village on the bay. Nice p-o.
.; I pie live here and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $3,11111"'
..j| on W. LaRua St., car: line;
---- -- It is very cool and pleasant here In summer.
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: /f. ', sinus' MONEY TO LOANIn .1 FOR SENT Some nice houses. Call by our office and see cwr
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large small
: C, ; or amounts: ; qukservice rent list.
end reasonable rates. I

<.' ,, .. ,.r -" '-";.- J!I HOW ABOUT THAT I LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.

., : '. property you have? If you want to!
: { .l : :' < > that find a il THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY
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: 1 S. TIlE FISHER REAl ESTATE AGENCY
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-.' "V '\'. 1 ; :.; .t.:.', olo have esta & CO.: ,

..: '. 's'I cbot i1J' .,' uti<: up-to-date{+ "We Sell, Lots:' Thiesen Building,! 206 SOUTH PALAFOXST. PHONE 37

; ...' ,' na street and that.), :
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.r .... ..rtodateend__. modern I Iniftr I
i ...'' nave raven: offices
.. FOR I -
< DeLuna -fit* and are/. lftJTi
to serve the Board and Rooms. Miscellaneuos
pubic: In i FOR R2XT-two
'H ry' desirablestores ..
<. ouildlng] line. Gel:;-al"contracting # "

i" V ..(' ,,!l, ', -nd' repair work a specialty! plans'I hotel, Corner on first Garden floor of and Manhattan FOR RENT-One or two newly furnished SANTA ROSA-Pavilion. L. ?. S offers
? Baylen.:
ana specifications furnished with front rooms southern the best accommodaiMn i-r
Y I es Just completed ; exposure
and
.j arranged in first
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"" timates on short notice. Jas. M I class I ; with privilege of phone. Inca I bathing and recreation to be foul+ <,n
.. shape. For terms,
particulars
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Johnson. :: f .1 J the Gulf
general, Mgr.. L. Redeaback. Asst etc., apply Hooton & Watson. :: ton desirable and near business center + of :Mexico. Launch L> '
1 ,.;'1, r .: "V West Greg.: :\Igr.: Smay I 29Apr ': ,
lOmaylw FOR RE.NTT-After May 1, furnished I' f Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mfcr.
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p VV'V... ; :V.V.N WANTED-Second hand furniture I ccttage at li'Bar." Address Box FURNISHED ROO 1S-Centrally 1 0- 12may..

V h' et'le(1( woman for nurse.' bought and sold. Ring phone 754 815 Pensacola. 2Sapr ----cated. Best rooms In the city; cool
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1 I ": ', ..' ((01 North Palafox St 9may or call at 112 S. Tarragona Sl H. C. i clean beds. Apply. 128% East Government If you will look around the bi'i- .
.;,, FOR RENT-Second story over l.in will find lot of in .
.y .f'\NTED-A O'Hara. ; t St 4maylmJ you a ways wu; :'

,. .... .\ .100 r :.H.' ... .J" TT m...____ .._good____ nurse*,,___ .. Apply.u C.|I 2mayj denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable: !I i i you can use old newspapers. You
I Un&-.r.: s\ u. LWUtl.UUltl' ",aung ana .tSar. SURETY I for offices, sleepn'g: quarters or stor-I OLD MILL INN--on bay front. OpensI can buy them in quantity :h
OmeQ ON any a; ; ;
/ 'U't.. .. t len Sts. j i BONDS-The American! June 1. I _
," .. fefnt3 8may [ rooms. Lee Da iell. Large airy and delightful
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; ;: J':!: ._e city, nice Surety Company of New York. 1'1'gage 24apr I I office. They are put up in bun'ir ,
ly cool. Good fishing bathing and
?; "v . 'I .u any part of the city delay Bonds and FOX RENT-S-room. cents per bundle.PANA3ftSPanamas.
2-story
,..&ces that will take. ored trade. Ring 10101 ring or Undertakings re-" Cottage I I trIc car line 15 minutes: ride from city.
Several I :318 W. Belmont
investments in the
quired
;' ,call at Sylvester Campbell Store, near courts and for the per. Apply to Walker|': Regular 'fooardsrs and transients..
I. that *ill
UKAWrUKl I net 10 per cent.dummy depot Warrington. Fla. formance of contracts. Wm. D. Howe,I Ingraham. Apnl20'I Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill! : and straw ha'
on the money. luvested.FOR i
attorney, 14iz E. cleaned bleached and bloc h.t' b '
24 Government St. <
apri. Inn Pensacola Fla.
315J/2 South Palafox Street 4may
RENT. 2maylm. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for I expert woikmen. Leave hats a' Fr->. !'

Ten roomed house centrally located, rent suitabie for furniture or other THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to erickson's tailor shop 34 S. P,,: .f-x!
and unexcelled for a boarding house, WANTED.-AU kinds : goods 104 and 106 South rent St. dma !
WANTED o: electrical Tarragona with privilege of light house keeping : ; 'U
on street car line, $35.00 per month. work. I sell all kinds of electrical i St Phone 630 SOnovWANTED.
00000000 301 W. Chase.
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Five roomed house close in town batteries and other electrical MATTRESSES AND FURNITIME-

large yard and nice out buildings, sta. WANTED Men to learn barber When you need me ring 345 sUPPllei'j .-Real Estate ror.sale or NICELY FURNISHED< ROOM for renton Mattresses made to order; o''. m-a

ble etc., $20.00 per month. I| trade. 10 position for every E. W. Peake. new Star rent lease or exchange. Your business North Hill car line; location reno"ateJew ticks fyn u" !L

If what ;you want is not listed here graduate. Top wages paid. Few ing E. Garden. 15dea respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson vets desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsdea Second hand furniture bought; aU I

call us up by phone 234 or call and weeks completes. Course iaI Red Estate Agent, 22% W Government street 25aprl! I(I sold. Upholstering and repairing don--.

see us at 30 S. Palafox street. i cludes tools and diplomas. Can nearly WANTED-The public to know that street Room 7, Salisbury PLEASANT place to board on North 114 E. Belmont St., city, phone IlL
I
I earn expenses if desired. Catalogue we can do all kinds of repairing building. Phone 172. 23Jan Hill! on car line. Address No.8,I i Davis :Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, 1t l'l

D. Hale Wilson & Co.JOHNJAOOBRSTOB. mailed free. ')loler Barber College float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. care Journal. 27mar -
I New Orleans, La.: G. Welsh : TAILORING L. .
12may6t -
Carriage Co. 27fe3 ------ -- .Old newspapers at five cents a bundle I Diamond, Tailor.Gents'

i Money to Loan. at this office. They are all clean clothing cleaned, pressed and;
WANTED-German wants position! on COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing and nir& repaired on short notice. No. 11'2
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"1 0i private place for general work in and Cleaning Club 212 N.DeVillers j I West Government St., Pensacola, Fin

; gardening or farming. Address Ger St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows : ldec.

I I man, Journal. lOmaylw solicited; satisfaction guaran money from Jno. A. Hall & HOTELS.BROWN I

t Advised '' ] teed. Careful attention given la1i,!I' Co.: 16 E. Government street Whu J. H. PORTER sallmaxer, 716 Sown'
all young men to Invest their'earnings WANTED-To buy one or two.lots in garments. Phone 1222. gfetWANTED. ia need call on us. 9feblm HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. Palafox street. Orders taken for

in suburban property and good locality and not too far out. tents, awnings camp stools and sox.s
r time would make them money. i State price terms and full particulars .-A. R. Bingham MONEY LOANED oa all kinds of per Good beds airy rooms elegant cots. etc. Price reasonable. Sljaa.

i Save both by conferring with us Now Is the time to invest in Pensa-' in first letter. Address A. iL, care your moving and hauling. He want osal property on short notice. meals; free bath and sample rooms.

when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See' cola suburban lots. Journal. 9may anteps all breakage. Phono 630 guar Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Special attention to traveling men. SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzle 0r

; us about some of following: I TAKE YOUR CHOICE I Romana.! Phone 116.1 2feb Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown,j|{+ ing & Co., wholesale and retail! -b.;?
WANTED.-The I
-- -.. nr&um....... ...n-Th"._, nl1hH.. t_ .1..._,._ .'-_< public to know thai Prop. j i chandlers and smcers. nniv firs-r'-.i'
!/ I store r*. eviuier street, renting 12 isew city lots in an excellent locality 1'M "" LU .UQ Ul H old newspapers can be bought at I MONEY TO LEND-On good real : .
have house of ; .
bought j kind in
we out Fair
i for alSO per year; .. .. .$1500 ; other near sell for $75 to $100. Co., in this city. the Customers Star Jewelry this office for five cents a bundle. They tate security, or on good e9-1 I HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES city. pric- a.- .:
It There is money to be made here at are are all clean and nice. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Before laying your carpet or mat-i i;
House North "C" MILTON
j on street, cheap notified to pay no one except our UPHOLSTERING SHcPI !( -
regular
t at.... .. . ". .. .. .$600 $60 each. collector R. H. Vick, who has OLD HATS MADE\ Fisher building. 21Jan I I ting, buy a supply of old newspapersto I 'WillieIim: Proprietor. F ,;!/I
Eight lots half block NEWPanamaand
: cast of Stod- put underneath and protect it. Only
I House on East Aragon! street only dart residence; a bargain . .$1800 been in the emp'oy of the Anchor Supply Straw hats cleaned: pressed:;; MONEY LOANED on all kinds of five cents a bundle at'this office. tore repairing of all kinds.I<-;' S

-- .a? .. .... .. .. ... .. ..$650 One block containing 20 lots between Co., as manager of their business and bloc ed. Panama 50o straw hats property on short notice personal laid, furniture packed for sh;.. M
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here for the Phone 63. Next to Tampa La-i] :r
T 98 acres of good farming land a car line and Bayou Texar. Fine past four years. R. H.I 25c felt hats 35c. Work guaranteed. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, ,"-,:

t i fcargain. at ... .. . .. .$1000 view of bay. .. . . .$3250 Vick & Co. 9maylw Victor Louis, 100 E. Intendencia. 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. Rates $2.00 per day. Nice Florida.! ;:: i;

1- Four blocks In West King Tract, Two lots near car line, E. Gadsden; I 24 aprlm noT good beds, table the best J. M.rooms Fer- CARRIAGES repaired and reiat",;

; *ach.. ... .. . .. .. .$1000 unexcelled view of bay . .. .$600 :MATTRESSES tick RENOVATE.New' tell Prop. 17ap"r Floats built to order. Hor.-e *h"e-
I. We have numerous other properties One whole block on West Hill carline teed. furnished if desired. Guaran WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. UNLIMITED amount or money to joan lug a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carrw-J:!

f; listed with us and it would pay and en hard road 24 lots, none Crapet taken up and matting Let Us clean your fans reairour on all kinds of personal property. HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2 Co. J7.D
laid if desired. per day.
Leave
:? you to consult us before making your better as an Investment. . .$2000 Green orders at dynamo dj your wiring etc. Poona Special rates to business: men on large Special rate by week. Special at.
& Watson.
: Investment Pick one of these Phone 193. 7mar 570. Pensacola Electric Co. loans. The New York Loan Co., 204 REGULAR HACK LINE Fron ,'f} r
1 bargains and we. 205 S.Baylc South Palafox. tention" to traveling men. Free sample i .
I We are In receipt of advices from will arrange terms. :!. room. Mrs. J. P. ley making connections 1\.' 1
} the fire insurance companies WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat Mauldin Prop. ,
repre- 15apr. launch for points on St. Annr- -
5. seated by us "That all losses In Cal 5c a 'bundle. Apply at this of- WANTED-Ths Merchants Transfer Extra teams for traveling men r r .
C. R
;-. ifornia conflagration will be promptly YAEGER fice. They are all whole, clean and.. Co. wants your moving and bauling. LOST HOTEL horses comfortable vehicles. <> vJ:

: .paid and that THEY WILL CON. No. 202 I nice. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- -- SOUTHERN-Open all the or address J. C. Sinclair Chip; ... i ..
Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. .. LOOT-Rouad brooch year. American and European I
TO
T1NUE FURNISH ABSOLUTE I sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelin. gold with diamoad -i plan. Telephone No 74.For. _' jli
i : INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY W.u-1'ED-To rent furnished room In setting. Tinder return to C.l i Special summer rat First-class- in

k: FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE private family on car line. Bach SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED H. C, Journal office and receive very every respect. Pleasant and convene

4'AlAIOST ONE HUNDRED FORI CREW NOTICE. 1 lor. Address Box 114. 12maylw* -Highest price pajd for gents' liberal reward. 16may I lent Mrs. T. L.. Bowen Prop., Pen, Sale

I I, D.wleni vnnr hnmA _and_.. .,.". .. ..,. _<_L __._ rlntMnl. r nnlv. _Boll_ jon/-.nj__ _,, hand.. irnnrfo..... sacola Fla. 15apr --
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I 111 against loss by fire. by Insuring with '''nor consignees of the WANTED AlL.owners of poultry to Dress suits: for rent. 9 E. Intendencla. LOST-Five small gold frame pictures. | FOR SALEome good pal '!'-' -'.'*1'<

jjjf 12S. a ss. Gracla will be responsible know that we are agents for the celebrated from backyard rear of Johnson &I THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy rooms in western bank. Will trar.-f: 'r.r

' for debts contracted by Conkey's Poultry Remedies WANTED.-Hauling and transfer Son's store. Suitable reward for in good beds. Free baths and sample good property if location i N : .

b' ESCAMBIA REALTY CO. the crew of said vessel.T. Guaranteed to cure rope, cholera work. Office phone 363; residence formation Pr: return to No. .10 E. In. room. $2 per day. Bpeclalattention:: If Interested address. H. A l,1-...,

1'1 RUIZ. Captain. gape and to kill\ fleas, Ice! and mites. phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28_ N. tendencia street No 'questions asked. tc traveling men. j. R. Brown* Prop, Box 3, Pensacola Fla. 1!*in' Jtt:

GUIJFf TOANSJT CO.. Also their wonderful' egg producer. F. Tarragona St 25mar. Pictures about 16x20 inches. may152tLASTPensacola DeFuniak Springs Fla." 13marlm
204% S. Palafox StreetTelephone __ -
S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234.. --.0. CENTRAL. HOTEL'CHIPLEY-Op. your
WANTED-To
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Consignee. loan money
1052. Terminal
1 i j" General agents for State for Home 18apr. For Rent. marked Goldine Jacoby and pass others book; depot Free Large and well lighted watches, jewelry and personal ef J
rooms. sample
room.'Meala fects. >
at Highest cash for u.d< 3
Life Insurance Co., of New York. finedr will please leave at price
WANTED To store of Laz
buy
, old gold and all hours.
FA &AM. silver I Special attention to tray. and silver. Lightman & Kle.n.1"I] *!
. ;. I A regular communication broken up stuff .regardless of FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, Jacoby, or phone office. No value to elln'g men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tu<-- wright Phone 1127.

of Pensacola Lodge No. 42, sizes. Cash paid. Llghtmaa & Klein;! with gas, hot and cold water, and ah anyone else. 13may gle. Prop. 13marlru -
! For 106 'Wright. Phone other modern conveniences. Addressor -
Farm Turpentine 1127.
or F. & A.< M. f '
will be
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held FOR :
LOST-On W. Intendencia CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl SALE-14-foot skiff ('oV--
apply 41 E. Chase''street lOmay; street,long Setterrnd: .
! Timber Lands, Thursday night All memo NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange black collecting book, containing receipt Prop. Special attsntionjo commer'cial tened, new oars and locks; a" -1

i! '.. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY and bers are! requested to be for lot on East Hill Address P. FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence book and bills. Reward! for re- travelers. Free sample and bathrooms ble barrel breech loading -!.. ; ;;

; Call present visiting'brethren invited. 0. Box 207. '30mar ,'corner Strong and Spring Sts: turn to Home Art Co., 3% W. Romana ; Large rooms with good beds. used one season; all for $': ;5 'J
On or Address By. order, of $: day. dress B. E. White War :- '
Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay 12may. ; per 13marla Box 5, ::1 ;
T. E. HARVEY, W. M. WANTED-We want your ord rs for Fla. 13.J.-; :,: .v;
Turner & Aymard B. M. LOST-Saturday, April 14, presumably HOTEL. -
, >. SOLOMON. Sec. 1907 Art Calendars. Over. 800 original FOR SALE-One grocers refrigerator ; from wagon package BAY -Open night and day. --
containingpair
designs to select from. All capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. European plan. Rooms light and FOR SALE-Nice, clean oil n1pers. ;
Real Estate and Abstrat Co. NICE SHRIMPS Apply trousers, addressed H. Pj Moog. I clean. Transient .
BOILED TODAY prices Mayes Printing Co. : trade solicited All useful an '
( Pensaco D. J. Cunningham Romana and Rail whole and
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P. 0 Box tic DeFunlak Fla AT JOE If found. returned to Express office 575-579 8. Palafox. '
Springs
PHONE
i ROTH'S. 154.- la. 16eb. road Sts. 2may I and .receive 'reward.! I8apr II. Prop. Ju.S.. Nicolas bundle.or In your store. Only five, cent? p' r





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For Sale_ :$.. Bros. Co. 1CHAS.BLUM&CO >$'$o %%'$'$ $?lo '$ '$ $% { ; f
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ciTL BOAT, 17 ft. long, 6 ft. beam; usmp p SHIPPINGNEWS[ 4NLLQT/ PIANOS AND ORGANS. ,, )" ; '
*" :,! horns net, 6 ft. deep. Sail new: tl $ CASH OR EASY TERMS. 1. :

t 1r m good condition. 'Price $30.00, ; EXPR8S All Piano Work Guaranteed. ;f (.t ; .:
St. 15may3t 5 .
4:1 sAlcanz CLUTTER & RUSHING, { ,,
white hall boat ISx 12EASTGOVERNMENTST. \\i \
-Rl\l..E-One: '
i :: : VESSELS IN PHONE 476. 1ti t u;
!1' In first-class conditl n. Ap. COMMISSION BROKERS i "CRT.
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StMmthlpa.Capenor '
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J jniaW: I II WEST: INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. ALABAMA.MARKETS ,. Br 3ss Luke,.1651, Porto f -. .. :
MOBILE .
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X ts.-\LE-4>> pool tables with compete Prayo. Rix M. Robinson.
i outfit, consisting of balls, cues,, I* _Clematis" Belgian ss-J267, Leenaers, 1 QTS *6QtSoo'1' PENSACOLABUILDING -1 : {

rock{! ,. rhairs and everything pertainingto ft Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDSi Antwerp, to S. P. Shelter & Co. $ '' $50 :

an up-to-date pool parlor, the prop- ,,, i it Exmoor, Br, ss Storehouse. 2297, : :I : [
f"\- oi the late 3Ir. I. R..Wilson; will Madiera to Hyer'Bros. .

te sold reasonably. Address Mrs. W. Gracia, Span ss Ruiz' 2122, Port I ASSOCIATION. "

}. Prescott, Warrington, Fla. t Naval Stores. Tampa to Gulf Transit 4' ,

15rnaytj :? Ga. May 15.-The naval Ida Span sa 2267, Liverpool to S. 1
'Savannah, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS i
P, Shotter & Co. ;
j ji.iLinstaI1ment business with t Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. stores market closed: today as follows: Louise Ger 1480 t. !
about :300 leases and stock. Owner 4 WW -.-.. ..1 .. ..485 to 5 10 to J. Schreyer.ss Bohndorf, Antwerp I Repairn'g and building of all descrip : j i iI

ta. othpr business. Good opportuni- : Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 < > W *..4 80 to 4 95 Verbena, Br. ss. 1504, Mann, Nor- g I I tion. An up-to-date firm on an up-to- c v "r l rt
4 75 to 4 80 date street. Office 210 DeLuna St. .J
with small capital. Ad. N. folk ( ;
tfor man to H. Baars & Co. ( :
d-ess 0. K. Journal. llmaylw ..- +..+.*..........................................*.'.i .. ..4 70 to1 75 Ships. S : ..' (j I Call and see us. I 1 S !, : I

: K ... .* 65I Canara, -ItL ship, 1495, Repetts Ge- Jas. M. Johnson -
CITY MATS FOR SALB Hooton & .4 40 noa, to Master. Manager. ItM -

Watson have Just received a large L.-------- ----------I .. 440 Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth, 517 I L.Redden back, Asst.Manager. 5'
AND
519 WEST;: BAY ST.. i
4
25
fUppl of tL9 latest city maps, showing! to 4 37& Rio Janiero to order. I ; 5 ,
of the subdivisions. The maps are F.: 4 20 to '4 25 Ophelia Nor 1127 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ---
ill ), ship, Larrsen,
official and down to date and are; E. c.. I. .4 15 to 4 20 Dunkirk. ---_..:._-- Professional : -
Counted on heavy linen. Regular Watch Your Dollars Grow D.4 00 to 4-05C Baric Directory i !

price $250; special price on lots ofj: .3 90 to 3 95 Morris Danntieisser :
I I Turpentine 62% cents. Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson,
five or more to agents or real estate Spirits
TTooton & Watson. 8may 4 New 'Orleans to A. Zelius. (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) T. .G YATES M D t
men ; If have in the bank all
\8ALE-Large ice box, suitable'for you no money by AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS Rio Dharwar Janeiro, to Sweed H. H.bk.Boyer., 1271, Olssen, Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine ,, : :
Wines, Beer Tobacco.
grocery store or market and I meansStart Liverpool, Cotton Market. \ King Malcolm, It bk Gufl, 1233, Ge- and OPTICIAN : 1 I
toda fount, with 20 syrup cups. All in 1 mOlt roa to Huges & Co. Old '
condltioii Will sell cheap or Z.n.-T.b....,,,.....,....................." 5.77 Luisa ItaL bk. Hickory Whiskey Specialty 306 7WESEV BUILDING :. .- i
1591 :Montano
good exchange for other property. Apply Account TodayDo !eh.Msr............."...... ............ 6.78 Nolloth,to master. from I! 12 W. Zarragossa Street 1- ,

T J. Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. AprUMay.-Mwr.-April.. 6.01. Lake Erie, Itl. bk., 928, Efigan, Bas. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.:: TO. D HOWE, : : '

Tiaylm* _ _ _ I it now. Don't wait till tomorrow, JUy-Jun. 6.01 som to Master. I i
FOR SALE-Registered Berkshire June-Jily .... 6.03 Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112, Florida and Alabama ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ,': i'
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for I next week or next month, but Today. We July-inguit Ferres, Mentevideo to German American 14'/ EAST GOVERNMENT ST,'

catalogue. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, will add four cent interest compounded Anput-8.ptember. l,97 Ubr. Co. LAND COMPANYManufacturers ; "
per ctober Paalo Ital ,. ..
Fla. 8eptember- {.85 Angelo\ bk 1136, Bezzo.
semi-annually, and are anxious to add Oetobw-Norembw ....... ......1.73 Parkwood Nor bk 756, Lunde-' S f' ;:
FOR SALE- ice, clean old your of
newspa. I mbir-December ? guard, St Nazaire to Orli r. : ;
pers at five cents a bundle. This of. name to our already. l large and growing list DeoMcber-JMury ?........(.77 Precursore, Ital bk, Schiaffino, 1508' and Dealers in ::- ,
fee.IXR. Liverpool Spot,621. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. j LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES .
of depositors. It matters not how small AND KILN-DRIED .
SAP.COffEE
SALE}-Second hand 25 H. P. Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita'Bay : .

boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply tolew your first deposit is, it will be none the l less New York Cotton Market to order.
Method Laundry. 13April Open HliLow Close Schooners. I
appreciated. January 10.76 10.7s 10.71 10.72
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; May 11.42 11.45 11.87 11.39 Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter, .-
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. July 11.23 11.S5 11.16 11.18 Mantos to J. A. Merritt & Co.

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca August 11.07 11.01 10.98 11.01 Annie F. Kimball, Amer sch, 337. 1 !
Rates reasonable. Also two i September 10.80 10.80 10.72 10.78 Sweetland, Havana to master. "

skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,)i October..10.73 10.76 10.69 10.67 Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod We are the Pioneer ,
fj ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. FIRST NATIONAL BANK December.t...10,74 10.76 10.67 10.67 165, Cardenas. "
New York 11.95 Coffee Roasters of
Spota.
Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 23mar S. G. Hasklll, Am sch 569 Staples

New York to Order. West Florida.McHUGH'S DR.J.H.MOCKDental
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec. or PENSACOLA, FLA.W. Whin. "
tric car line, six lots 100 ft. front j
l 137% deep, corners J700. inside, Open High Low COMM -
>y
better .I H.KKOWLM.Pre i. W.K.HTJB JR.,V.-Pres.and CuMer.T M -. 83 83H &:?$ 82% Surgeon-
There
lots $600. are no situations Advertisements
I W, BBBST and W.N.ROBERTS, Asst.Cashier Jaly..8? 81 80tf 80tf Legal BLENDS
. than these Iota. A. V. Clubbs., i DlKiOTOHS. C. Brent, W. A. Blount W, H. Knowles, W. K. flyer, Jr t Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
D. Q. Brent.
JUST RECEIVBI -Large snlpment of Cctn.Open BIDS WANTED. j Painless Extracting of Teet282 --
High:\ Low ClOIlKay. Bids will be received by the Board, S. Palafo St. .
Imported Olin OIL Retail by pint ----------------- ;
............. .,l5-/ of Public Works until Buildl':'
gallon"or larger quantity. .Q. Morasso .I84 & 48" 4 % noon on Mon. I have no equal. A trial 7 and 9 Old Armory -
& Co., ship chandlers anfi grocers, 701 oJr-. ......48l- '6% 467, "'" day May 28th, 1906, as per specification -! Phone 1077.DIRECTORY. '
will convince the
South Paiafox. 4oct. 1'- : on file in the office of this; con-

City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds I New York Stock Market Board, for. the construction of side-| noisseur that we '
NOTICE TO. CANDIDATES Those Open dot walks, on the South side of East!I ,

wishing to make a successful run Southern Piciflo......'..... .60 66 Zaragoesa Street in front of Block 5,1| make no extravagant
should; supply themselves with a bot. Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. Copper.e...... 10% 109() 01,1, City, as follows: 91 feet, lot 19.1East !! S.;
tIe of PLUTO. Now is the season to A. S.E... 134M 133% I 20 feet of lot 20. East 48 feet I> claims. Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.
prepare your stomach and liver Dated 1,1906. Maturing Jan. 1,1936. Redeemable Jan.1,1926. A ..\....... % 89 of lot 22. West 31 feet 4 inches of lot: Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. P, :
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. A.B ..Wt..'... 155 156B. % 22. East 41 feet and 9 inches of lot meets every Tuesday evening at 1:3 .
For sale by all druggists and grocers, Interest Payable Semi-Annually. .R T.""...;..:....!. 83H 84 23.West 41 feet and. 9 inches lot Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont i Sand
wholesale by Jas McHugh. 8.1: 0 ... lOS 10 54 23.: Approved. bond for Three Hun street. Visiting brethren
. --- We Offer For Sale These Bonds Subject to &rI&;.........:.'::.,;..;...... 48!>t 4ax J dred and Fifteen ($315.00) Dollars cordially Baylen Invited. :
I
C.1.I ..... .....I.-! are
to*
503.4 will be required of the successful
FOR SALE.-ImprOfed and unlmprov- ., T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G.
i ed property in all parts of the,city.:' Prior Sale, in Amount to U.U.S.-8., prdf rr d..4....... 105 4() 105 41% bi .'der. The right to reject any and J. W. GINGLES, Sec. S : .
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents all bids is reserved.
31jan6m. '
Suit Purchaser. B.S.- 28i 28 and all kinds of Feed
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone L.L N..n."..".."..,144,. 14 S A. ZELHTS. -
172. 23jaa L.&d.- .-1 Chairman Board of Public Works. Stuffs.Pluto Pensacola Lodge, No 3, K. of P.

Correspondence Invited. M.P.....,...:..:?-....,....,-98! % 94 311,4% 25A'pr-<>aw-4-w. meets every Monday evening at 8
AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for the Met....,..,.';,...-..1l5J..4 115 o'clock ct their temporary Castle Hail
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos i THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSAGOLA Can.Paa........;.............-Joo!" 1603.N Aattachment Notice. over Pan stable, W. IntendencSa St.
from $500.00 up. They cost less than i .T.0 ..'. 140% 140H Notice is hereby given of the insti. Water Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
horses to keep up. They can be'run ,, P.0 No Sale tution of an attachment suit by :Mrs.E. J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.
In sand or anywhere a horse can go. B'DU-.'... 129% l j l Hester I H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S SA
B. Hester against Reginald ,
Leslie! E. Brooks. PENSACOLA, FLA. as.? ..'...... :;..... 1681LI. l8j
............................ ZtJ3i' 273.4 in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial ,.. Meetings ol the
Wholesale and Retail.
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Circuit State of Florida, in and,I
FOR SALE-Three barber chairs and 8.B ...... ... ... S7K for Escambia County, and the said defendant .I Knights of Columbusare
T.C.L........_ 1483 146,4! II I held at their! hall
combination four-chair mirror. i
Callor Ho.
SiB.! Penna....,. 134 i 135% and all other persons interested I
write J. A. Billingsley, 14 E. Government U.?. __.:_ .' 149% UJ!% are required to'appear; to the actionon New Orleans Grocery Co No. 8 West Intenden-
cia street
St. 13aprlm C.W.UMAR, PretUont JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cuhljr. the 2d day of July, A. D. 1906. R. I ,, % rIJ'3Y on every
M. E. CLARK,Vlc -Pf sl P. Reese, attorney for plaintiff.
7:30
Stop Grumbling o'clock. Aa Invitation

FOR Bcond SALE-Ten hand office new safes and, different second THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK if you suffer from Rheumatism or 14maroaw3m. Jas. McHugh to visiting' V Knights. is extended '
for Ballard's Snow
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. pains, Liniment -
In Escambia County Circuit Court JOHN B. JONES.
will bring quick relief. It is a sure Phone 105. Proprietor
Scarritt
ment SL Moreno office East Govern 24mar OF PENSACOLU, FLU. cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con State of Floria'a. In Chancery. Mary EDM FOX. Grand Knight! -
Huggins vs. Edward Huggins. On Recorder. -
tracted Muscles and all pains-and
- DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
DESIGNATED the 2nd day of July A. D.
within the reach of all. Price 25c Monday
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000.% SURPLUS, $69,053. 50c $1.00.C.. R. Smith Tenaha, Tex., 1906, the defendant Edward -Hugginsis Marine. Grocery Co. Daughters of Rebekah = --.
property, 50 feet front on West required to appear to the bill filed Naomi Lodge No 10, Daughters ,bl
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, DIRECTORS. writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow against him herein. This order to be Rebekah, meets every Monday night :. .
for 604 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St
with a 4 room house, front and back Liniment in my family years and publshed once each week for eight'! at 8 o'clock in I. O. 0. F. hall VIsit. ,
gal'ery' has a nice wharf about 250 Henry L. Covlngten, Frank Reilly, F. E. rawner, have found it a fine remedy for all consecutive weeks in the Pensacola! Phone 725. ing sisters cordially invited to be pre

feet long, running out to deep water J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C.W. Lmar, pains and aches. I recommend" it Journal a newspaper published in',' V. J. VIDAL, Manager. ent.
from the front For few T. F. McGourin, J. R.Saunders for pains in the chest. Sold by all Escainbia M. MRS. B. R. -
gate. a days Bryan Dunwody, said County. A. McMillan We will sell for ten days at less WITKOVSKJ,
oaly! it will be offered at only $1500 ,. M. Avery W. H. Milton, 0. E. llsuca' druggists. S Clerk Circuit Court. By L. than cost: MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec.

cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson, at W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, frkKenzle Oertlng. G. Aymard, D. C., PensacolaFla.., No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. I !
.Friedman. & Co.'s store. 5may Alex fdcGowln, C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. NOTICE. April 23rd, 1906. Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first ani ,

25 Apr-oaw-8-w.; per pound. I third Wednesday evening at 7:30 1\
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT- Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporations Firms Sotlolttd. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Blood Red Salmon lOc per lb. I I 1m., Ra5ord Hall, No 10. West; Intendencia .

Houses on water front at Little BHon Four cent Interest Fid on Time Deposits. owners of the following vessels NOTICE. Holland Herring (in kits) 60c per street >.
>- near car )line. Good bargains. per will not be responsible for any kit. \ i i. A. G. FELL,, Pres.
debts in the of said Notice is hereby given that on the '
Apply Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. contracted name J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
to Kaiser Herring (In tins) 45c per
JmaySw* vessels unless first authorized by a 9th day of June, A. D., 1906, I will apply -
written order signed by us. The above -to Hon. Henry Bellinger, County tin.
notice refers to the following vessels: Judge of Escambia County, Florida, Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c Pensacola LOdge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.
FOR S'ALE-Three' yoke of oxen and U HILTON::: \J J O>Mfc*f PBUIDn' T.B.: WBLLB8. VIO1.P33XDIT.. Schooner Althea Franklin Caldwell H. for an order authorizing the sale atprivate per pound.We Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.,
team in good condI- if. 0 MANSFIELD KORiN'O.9.: uaasuCItizens have fresh stock of imported
log cart; good B. BUSHOTti & HDa. a meets every Thursaarveitinr at 7:33:
sale, of the interest of Bar
Colt, L. Harty, Amy Whoa Emma
non and working every day. Price Mary Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tomato at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"
National Bank Ruth Ard, Annie Chestnut,
Jane, Osceola, Ariola, Francis & bara Ard,
$300. Call! on or write J. A. Chaffin & Aid Delia Ard, Henry Ard, and Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes streets. Visitin'g brethren cordially
Dan ,
Silas Stearns, Hal-
Margery Algoma,
(' Florid. Bread, Pilot Bread, Italian Hard -
0., Milton, Fla. 29aprlm of Pensacola Navy invited. E. GREENBLATT,
cyon, William H. Warren, Clara P. Alonzo Ard, minors, in and to the following Bread. French
DIRECTORS. Tack, Boston Brown J. NEVILLE Secretary.
described real estate, to-wit:
:roR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra a... W.Wriffct. Horn.Bear. T.E.Welles. Biz II.Robw D. L. Hllkn Owta. Sewell,WARREN Isabelle. FISH COMPANY. The Southwest quarter (S. W. %) of Bread, Russian Caviar and imported
good fine Shepherd' dt/g; also TRANSACTED French and Italian Sweet Oils. 0. W.
BUSINESS W.
; BANKING
4 SINCKAL the Northwest quarter (N. W. 14) of
Pensacola May 11th. 1906. S
traM: new Century Encyclopedia and Section Thirty-eight ((38)) TownshipOne We carry the only full line of Fran- Live Oak Camp No.1, W. J. W.

Dictionary.! Address 1102 East Gads- (1)) South, Range Thirty-one (31) cis Leggett's and Dodson' and Brown'scanned i meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd

den St., or phone 285. 9may gprinr Bat. West, containing forty acres more or goods In the fclty. Gulf City! Wednesdays in each month. Visiting

-. -- --- Low crowns are the feature of all the less, in Escambia county, Fbo da.An'nle Coffee Co.'s Diamond"Qaxaca"Blend Gold Standard and Golden .,I sovereigns cordially invited.F. ",
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those Guardian of estate of sail Daybreak A. BOGH1CH, C. C. .
Easter with Ard,
importations height given
J o.- _
R y, Rio Coffee for sale. They are all
cc.WboleuIe >
wishing to make a successful run ;. OAEt-7: tdb aWy. only by the fancied turning. None is minors. May 9th 1906. high grades and give perfect satisfac LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.Pensacola .

eQouIJ supply themselves with a hot aDd RetAil Dealer ia tipped to such absurd angles as were 9mayaow4w. I tion. '
tIe of PLUTO. Now Is the season to Domestic Anthraciteand I ;
Steam, the winter hats, while leghorn sfra'wsappear : ,
Prepare your stomach and liver Blacksmith COAL at present in all the new spring TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of --""' .. S s Andrews and
against all diseases. Pluto will do it.
For sale by all druggists and grocers, Offlca-Na( 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. colors.: the Supervising Architect, Washington I I If
Milans and chip straws, togetherwith D. C. May 9, 1906.8EALED'PROPOSA '
*nolesale:by Jas McHugft.OR Yard comer Tarragona and Gonzales; streets. Phones 6 and 312vA. CLEAN f Gulf Steamship Qo.STEAfn S
---- :::. -i satin braid and tuscan: appear In will be" received at this .
.'- -- 1 all the new sfiapes..and--as -brilliantly office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th B TA&PON.
SALE-Fine ,pot flowers. tbi : 'beds., New day of June,: lS06, and'the opened, '
colored as Spring:.tulip. FRESH LINENS "
Apply 1408 E. Gadden! St.' or- phone VA +(# plumbing and sewerage at Santa W. ;;.i5; 3ARHOW, Master..
'i3 U-rin'gs. Mr. ". J. J. Rogers. ribbon trimmings: have single embroidered : -for arantine Station- Pensacola, FIRSr.CL.PA.s..t;.' a .!. D
i-imaylm. : to each. roses upon their black backs arid'irit .Rosa Q accordanc ;Triti drawingsand Nothing gives EO much t FREIGHT bEHVICE
from cents $4.00
75
Florida. .
- sed with..charming.effect! a
upon.
: copes"'of: which pleasure "to anyone as Se wliflu-
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FOR SALE-Fin-e' hotel site; Vest s't FLY! S. CRErNS' Sfris-and Wire to make black straw, the embroidered "flower bad specification at this office, or at the office maybe of clean fresh linens. We PENSACOLA. MOBIL APALACHlCOLA. -

uaton in the city for a tourist hfr your own Screens. appearing apparently separate from its the Custodian of the Station, Pensacola treat .your linens.careful- CARRABELLE. ST. AN. !
tel. 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet ribbon background. Florida, at the discretion of the ly, cleanse it thoroughly DREWS MILLViLLE. -
deep en East Government'street, over Architect. James Knox and finish it to perfection: And all points on St Andrews Bay,
11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. Supervising Carrabe'le and ApaUvhlcola.SCHEDULE .
Phone S
looking Seville square and Adams Hew Silks. Architect -no rough edges to irri

tay-reet with open view of Pen cola v.................-....-.-...-..-....-........-...-.-...-.-....-.-....-.......................-...-..-.--...--..- ..,...-.-...--...-..-...--....--....-.-...-.-....--....--..""NV' .....................-....--....--.......-....--...-.-..'.-.-....-..-.:.-....-..-....-.-....-.-...-..-....-.-."I Among the silks the radiums, pongee Taylor 15maY6, Supervising eod. tate. Won't you let us Leave Pei>sfccola :Sunday: 8:30JB. : S
$10,000 will buy the call for ?
property. yours
lapr. and electru are well to the fore for Mobile AlL
S with figured crape de chine as the (Dissolution -Notice. Leave Pensacola Tuesday, 8:30 p

Order Your leading novelty. This innovation If The firm J. Huntington & Co. is The Star Steam m., for St. Andrews, MillvUle,, Ape

certainly fascinating, combining the from this date dissolved by mutual lacbicola, Carrabelle and intertnediau

NOW READY ICE, COAL and WOOD desired softness and delicacy in color- consent (All indebtedness paid in Laundry. points.

fu1l. For additional formation apply 11]
Arena tlio ing. The moderate priced Bbirt waist .

.. S oari's Bath House ; Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. suit silks are also very pretty, and -D.J.: BRADFORD HUXTINGTON,; 37 E- 1araen.St.. Phon 114. E. K. COBB. J. R. SAUNDERS President
of the values seem really extraor PenMCola. FJa.
first-class and some
everything I Offlcfr Corner Cbtse and Tarra nL Phone 859. C. B. HUMPHREY.Pensacola : Gen. Frt. and Pass. AgtPensacoU -
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-I'F MENSBATHING BENTONHAS NOT SPORTS ANTON 1Oi REALESTATE.' I Aged: O up1e



YET RENLC [[ N Nl otter Birmingham peg In was the shoved.Southern. down.- .League- an- 'TFEIINSFERS N Praise Duffy's

pennant race yesterday, when New Or ; -- -- If.,
leans put. a crimp in' the ;l xplra 4Ionsof C..a Eaol z3 ceaiaARROW ;: :

Vaughan and his relics by administering .t.\ .. Mr. and Hrs. Geo. A..Stromanwho are respectively

l a ccat of whitewash to the Following Is a 'list of the deeds -recorded 78 and 71 years old, find Daffy Pure Malt Whiskey their

s [ CATED representatives of the Steel' City ou' Clnpeco Shrunk,Quarter Bice f '.yesterday reported by the only relief from the many ills that beset those nearing the

; the green diamond.. New Orleans COLLARSCLUETT 'J Pensacola Abstract Co.: century mark life.

jumped into second place, behind thfc PEABODV & CO. J Blinor Holljfleld:. to Leslie E. Brooks
SUITS '
Shreveport Pirates who 'did not,,'play Haimcf SMrtsind tfoRtn. lot.182 in block'27.-Old: City, $1000. and .:.- I' \'. ".::t: :: t .::..-.: ,$,,,,', ; ,,:,\, : :.'H.. ..:.. :'f:4: :: :,. .;. :
Boat Supposed to Have Been Used \4 ith Atlanta pnfaccount of rain. Bit _. other consfderations., rn I 1knj \ :\=\ { ;\ A ihJ4 J :
i mingham has'dropped from first!; place! -- -- -- B., F. Wolfe'to l Harry L. Brooks, all ;. : :; ..:- :H'> ::,\ .. ;;;)\l. .l,: .\ W::'. J \,.:'":"' ....::.E .'sP ",':>'

a I for( Fishing Purposes since leaving home tOjtWrdTposition: inthe tW ir ?rYi .aJii- of lots one-half 9.'and 10 undivided, black 3: Donelsan'Trtalso interest In .' *1k. \\ \ \ \%\ W: 11WfX\ ( #

r BEST race. If'tSe bone'h! to the' iWc.+wr' ., r :: ::: ;;.:?;:: :::: ::::: ); :: ., ." j.h .' .
goes ; part of lots 22, 28 and 29, Donelson : .... ... .. .... .. <: h ; ;: }); : \ =- ,,;:; :;Z)
Found. tf : E :)I-::::::+V::: ;::;: : ; ::;jB"Y; .o:. :;-h ,; ,) '
bottom of thetladder. it will. b* just follows Commencing :t ::: ;::: -= ,:, ,,, '" >{Zy.. :\ \ : :: : .
Tract, bounded as ; ::; ;@ ; ;:;:f:}::.\ :: : ': :; {:: : 8t\t's\t. :.h
what Vaughan and his kind deserve. :j j I at. : the N. .side! tf Ro- ,:;.:.:. ::.,..:.:.:.:.:..::. ::..:..:.;.':.; :>>.:.;..;.:.... ,.>.,. :.:...... J'; :.. ';:; : '. :.'..;
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point on ;.. \ .
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Memphis and Montgomery were the St., 8 ft. W. of ccnt'nuat'on of .,. ...w..v.....)...........- .: .....::...:..... )" ". \t $.s.o-M.. o.\x%.\. ',... }..?.'.':...'.,... ,y......<..... .".":,.
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ether winners ... ., .. ,:;..
i THEORY OF SOME THAT YOUNG in the Kavanaugh or: JOS. CoLEMAN the W. line of Barcelona St., thenceW. \: ;.) ; : )...".'.H.' Y. .. <;)<...}"' ".>'..7..>.'.. ... ,......:... ..:.,........ :\;".._.'.:.1'.
ganization defeating Nashville and a'.cng;! Rom na SL 40 ft., thence N. :.;..;......._:: :: .:. ': .:. -...h. .' ::h',?) .':::..::::: ::: ::.....' ":":1''..;
QUALITY CIRCULATION MANAGES MET Little Rock respectfully.New .. .?.;0 X"X";.:''''.'''."'..' ..to :;: '=, \. h\.. ..........."..,......-........c.::............ .....).
240 ft ft. thence S.
thence E. 40 240
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York Is leading .the Nationalrace __ _._1 .:t: ...............:......... :,;.., :$, .!;:.i,.:.: .:.....s }....l ::: \.\, .:: .4..:..:.:..%.:..:...:...:..:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:::..... ..
DEATH BY; DROWNING IS GIVEN and the contest for the cellar a m ft. to point .of beginning, $1000 and "' :: .'w.'. '.).''.,"'W'...' .:: .......h ).\;"s.<.', .... ...w.................,.....,....................,.....'....................;....... _
, STATED I championship in the same .league ,is i t.tI' other considerations. :: ::[:.1.::: nf*..." .. .;:.s x .:.t\t :I .:;;;.1'{. :::-.:. .:::;:'::.::.:.:';.:.::.;.;...:..:..:..:.:..:.:.:..:.:..::...:..:.:.::.:;:.:.:.. ::::..
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LITTLE CREDENCE .m D. Hale Wlton to J. W. Lusk lots : : :: :: : : : : ; : ,
ENTIRE .i .
on .between Cincinnati and : .. .!:, $ : : :.:.:.::.:.:.::;::
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"BrOOkl"J'j 18, 19 and 20, Bock 193, New City 1cp '.. ", :;*::5Lsk ... ....
with the Trolley Dodgers I aM .I E ; : .; ;:"i\ .
. AT THAT HE WILL BE PROSECUTED : .: 1f. ..; .. : .:..
shape .the best of It. was Tract '100 and other considerations .;; .,,'. '..;;. .. "i":_ "'. :lt '"'.' ''..{.,. .)..;:,.:...:...:..:.'...:. ..:..:...:...:.. .,,",.:.(""':'... ....."..:
t ..".... '... '.... .'o : .. .,. :;
HenrjrM. Yon' e and J. Wallace La- ;,..'.".....:....:...:.".:...:...:.;.?.:.>.:...':.'.......; 0-.': ..'.",, 10.d. "*_ )(. .-....., ":.....:.v".:<.J''h.;..:....:...)...'..... "'..;;;.:;;.......w.-.. .' .
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IF APPREHENDED. Philadelphia has command In' the mar to D. Hale Wilson, lots 16 to 20, ........:..;;. ;''''.w'v 'y_. -;=',: 'Ii ".....'"''e.<..;... 'Ii.";.........,......... ......................w....<.....:... .....................ryysy..............,
American league'with Detroit close! FU .()*i:..:.!.:,:::.::.:: :..:'., ;:... .l :'. :.:. x ::;" ..." :::;; ..: '
', : block \: "* ..
-- upl. The aspirants for bobby honors RNISH'ER'l: nclus..ve, ia 193, New City Trt., } : .w..w..I. W. ;' <::." : ... .. "...'.. .. "
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are Boston and Chicago. One"a two $100'and other considerations. "",.'' .:<;;' : : : ;&::';'. .' '.'..;n: IJ;}:. ....' ,. ... ; .. '.j, ::.).'
Nothing has been Heard of Jp., time Champion- the leagueand a .' : d. JiH '- W. F. Creary to C. E. D'Alemberte, .;:.:..::..:.:...::..::.:;.::.n.:.:.:::...:...d......':.:.. ...s.'.>:;).:.-'Ii* .x.$. :,':: :.::.:.::.::.:.::.:M.:.. .::(; ."..:<.). .
. Benton the young,circulation managerof one time, World's 'Champion, while l all of lot 1, block 85, of the West Kng: ; j : ': ::::..):: ..:\: rfW:: ;..".:
a Montgomery paper in. this city.It Chicago was a strong contender Tract, $50. JI1111i Ilf! ;
The John White will ,be remembered that he was against Philadelphia for the flag .last TO 'It ..... .....

last seen in this city Wednesday 3 ear. w f. .
TO VETERANS OFSECOND
morning of the past week when it is it. L

Store Phone stated that he secured a skiff froma STANDING AND RESULTS .. .

225. Mr. Bloomer, presumably for the MAN AND BOY FLORIDA ...;... .
'
: purpose of going fishing. The boat secured Southern League. ,
STROMAN
M1L11S1D !IRS. OEO. A.
205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. .
by ,Benton has been found .and Won Lost Pet.
... r in letter "I am In my 8eventy- lgbth year-ana
Shreveport .. 19 6 760 CALL ISSUED FOR bf:" Stroinan a says bare
it is understood that it was tied fast New Orleans' .15 9 625 i SURVIVORS,TO been using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for some time, with good results.My w*
Br llt's mill when located' but ? S. Palafox. who Is seventy-one and Is very nervous, finds Duffy's .the only thing that re.e"eI:
near Birmingham . .18 11 621 1212 J- MEET IN JACKSONVILLE' ON her and recommends it to all of her friends As soon as she hears hem ere,
i LO Benton has shown up. Memphis .. .'. .14 10 583 plain she advisee them-to get Duffy's, as It is the very best medicine. '' Geo. i
BOSSO'SIce I In the opinion of those acquaintedwith Atlanta .. .. ,13 14 ,481 JUNE 25. Stroman, 24Z East :Poplar St, York City Pa., Nov. 26, 1905.to .
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business Montgomery .. .. .. H 9 16 360
the details of Benton's Nashville .. .. .... ..10 19 346 The following appea', written by
I Cream Factorycan dealings with his papers, one of which Little Rock . .. 6 19 240Yesterday's -- -- Maj.-Gen. W. D. -Ballentine, former Duffy'sPUfO.Malt Whiskey
was an Atlanta paper, the theory that season and perhaps will be the last i commander of the 'Florida division _
furnish you cream In big of the
be met death by drowning has been Results. game year. United States Confederate Veterans
any quantity. Satisfaction an absolutely pure, gentle and Invigorating stimulant and tonic builds up the
guaranteed. cast aside since the finding of the Shreveport Atlanta, rain. : will no doubt prove of interest {o veterans nerve tissues,- tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength ana oiastlcity .
New Orleans 2 Birmingham 0. F&ther Plain. i 'of the Second Florida Infantry, to the muscles and -richness to the blood. It brings into action all!! the
PHONE 1326 boatIt Memphis 11 Nashville; 6. Little Rock had not won a gameon I and if published generally in the state Vital forces, makes digeatlon perfect and enables you to get from the fool you
SAM BOSSO.. Prop. is believed by Benton's former ; the home ground this season until : eat the nourishment it contains. It Is invaluable for overworked men delicate
Montgomery 11 Little Rock 6. press will bring results: the is promoter of
I ; Nashville hit diamond of Charlie! women and sickly children. It strengthens system. a good
associates in business that the young the I To the Survivors of the Second 1'10riI health and longevity, makes the old Young and keeps the young strong.
n.an has skipped for parts unknown, South Atlantic League. Zimmer and1 his bunch. The following I ida Infantry of the War Between Duff,'. Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil and Is the only whiskey that
is an example of the surprise occasioned has been recognized as a medicine. This Is a guarantee.CAimONDuffy'i .
VVOODAll and it is openly stated that he is Augusta .. .. ... .17 8 680 I by the victory of the Travelers I the States: Pare Malt Whiskey tsar teen Imitated and substitutes are btlnf
short in his accounts with the Mont Charleston . .. .14 10 58.1 I I : I Comrades-In the interest of truth offered for sate by BiwcnipnloM persons who may try and confuse iou Do not be
kinds that you want. gomery paper, and that his bonds Jacksonville .. .. .12 12 500 of history; in the memory of our fallen many health": preparations made op to IralUte Duffy's are posithely
for shortages I I The surprise that the result of the II SanterwuTto the .e'k for tho 'Old Chemist" trademark the label and inwt
men had to pay out money Macon .. .... .....11 14 440 game caused was well shown in a comrades and at the request of a num. o"rettlal the gtnalne.I Duffy'f Pure Malt Whiskey U sold bjr reliable druggists ud
with the Atlanta publication., Columbia .. .. . .11 14 440 between I her of our comrades still living, I desire Y e ryv ed bottles only-new In bulk. $t.CO. bottle, or you can get
It is stated that 'every effort will be conversation a man on a TOert. Doctor f's&rt:* and medial boot!et free. AddVew Duffy Malt Wtilk" Co.
OAK AND PINEcheaper made to locate Benton and' if alive Savannah .. ,-. . .11' 15 424Yesterday's street car returning from 'West End I the to Second call together Florida all the survivorsof Rochester N. Y..
regiment We
Park and another man on the side-
will be In-
criminal
that proceedings
Results. will meet in Jacksonville
walk. .Monday,
anywhere.than Any you size can buyIt you stituted against him. Jacksonville 1: Charleston. 1, (11 in- "Who won?" yelled the man on| the I June 25, 1906, at 11 a. m., for the purpose N. GOLDRI NG. Distributer.
want. nings. | sidewalk I of rescuing from OblIVion the history -
Do Not be Imposed Upon.
Augusta 7 \Savannah 0. 1 "Little Rock," was the reply.. of the gallant command to which -- ---
Foley & Co., Chicago originated Columbia' 5; Macoji 3, "You're a liar!" the' pedestrian l We had the, honor to belong. All comrades .
L C. SEWELL Honey and Tar as a throat and lung -- yelled. iArkansas Gazette, I who have in their possession
remedy and on account of. the great National League. .. I muster rolls or other documents which AFTER THE FIRE WHAT THENA
Phone 614. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey ,Won Lost Pct. If i form a part of the' history of'the regiment ,
A and Tar, many imitations are offered New York .. .t .22 8 733 DOPE; DRIPPINGS i i are earnestly requested to pre,, complete loss by fire prevents many people taking ',p'
for the genuine. These worthless imitations Chicago .. .. .. .18 8 692 sent such rolls and documents at that ,-. their lives as they were before. Often they are unau.t
have similar sounding names. :Philadelphia.' .. .*16 ;,J2 571 I meeting that they may be incorporated -I to rebuild or buy a new stock of. goods.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's Pittsburg .. .. .. '. .13 =/l2520, Not too late for that city league to : in the'records. Every soldier who I
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack. Boston .. .. .. 12 13 48.0 be organized., The- banks' are giving was at any time a member of the Second LET US INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
St. Louis .. .. .. .. ..12 14 462
Ask for it and refuse any sub- Florida Infantry
age. who
i their employees a half holiday onFriday's served I I against loss or damage by fire Protection and
prom
Cincinnati . . 9 19 322 !
: stitute. It is the best remedy for faithfully to the end of the
Brooklyn .. .. .. .. .. 7 21 250 an amatuer team has been war, all,1 1 settlements.
coughs and colds. For sale by. W. A.D'Alemberte. those who were transferred to other I)
organized, the Y. M. C. A, team is in 'I
commands or who were discharged on1 Insurance
.- Yesterday's Results. shape and the High School' lads are account of disability: wounds KnowSes Bros.Gen'l Arts
I or physical -:
Heavy Fine Assessed. New York 4; Cincinnati 1. ready to go some. Be energetic and :. incapacity, with honor are most Fire, Life.
U.t
For striking a white woman, Oscar Pittsburg 5; Philadelphia 4. cordially invited '
get the proper sporstmen blood \vprk; to be present and
Edwards, a negro, was fined $100 and Chicago 2; Brooklyn 1. ing antf organize a 'lea are assured of a hearty welcome. Ip -___'" ..,.. ""'3I
3.
St. Louis 5 Boston SJJf :
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costs by Judge Laney in the municipal t. W. D.ULE;
TINE.
t Birmingham( It getting if good and ----
court Edwards -
yesterday as an
gave Senior<< Surviving Officer.If .

excuse temper.for He his pleaded assault extenuating that he lost circumstances his American League.Won Lost Pct. proper getting, out and the the hammsrs.fans of that The burg Anvil are 9 4......+..+.++......+... .*+...........++++.++++.11tIf +G

THE GREAT FOXMade but the court could not Philadelphia .. -. .16 7 696 You Don'tsucceed I NaAcCLA. :
.. .. .. ...14 9 609 Chorus, will soon be working over
it that and assessed the fine .Detroit the first time use Herbine
in visible and invisible. Has see stated. way St. Louis ., .. :.14.- 10 583 time. There is only one city in the and you will get instant relief. The Ii Iron Works and Supply Co. 1 1Manufacturers

every point of merit any business man Cleveland .. .' .1310 565 world! that has Birmingham "skinned" greatest liver regulartor. A positivecure
could-desire. Light running, speed You' .: Washington .. .. .. .12 11 522 in the knock line and'that is "Knock- for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, t
Do Love
'New York .. .. .10 12 459 A FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP *
and Is
Correctness durability. guaranteed Chills and all liver complaints.Mr. .
to do the best class of work forlour" your baby You wonder why he cries. I Chicago .. .. . 9 14 391 ville, commonly called New Orleans. Cof Emory, Texas, writes; : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders, j
"years. All cleaning and repair Buy a bottle of 'White's Cream Vermi Boston .. .. . .. 8 18 .308Yesterday's From a Champio'n'to' cellar .guar "My wife has been using Herbine for: 0 day or night Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and .
fuge and he will never cry. Most babies lan : Timber Dogs, also chains of all
ingdone free for two years. The Fox > ( is the record of the Bostan American herself and children for five It descriptions. Office phone 123. Rest *
have worms and the mothers Resuts.Phil3hlphia } league team. is following years. dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. t
has,been,of thousands tested and as accepted being the by hundreds best don't know it. White's Cream Vermi-- 1; Chicago 0. in the footsteps Chicago of the Bean'saters.Boston is malaria a sure fever cure which for constipation is substantiatedby and ........I.. ....................................

machine. Will be sent on trial free of fuge cleans rids out the its child system of In worms a pleasantway. and I New York 5; Cleveland' 4. has lost. twelve straight, what it has done for my family." -
St. Louis 9 Boston 5. -
i charge. !'Call oh write to ; games. all -- ---- -
or Sold by druggists.
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Every mother should keep a Washington 5; Detroit 0. Shreveport, "stop the Pirates," is
F. B. BRUCE bottle vof this medicine in the house. the, cry around the Southern league WANTED !
, With it, fear need never enter her In-Door Baseball. circuit All the teams have had a
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mind. Price 25c. Sold by; all drug There are some persons In Pensa- trial, except Montgomery and the pI iI. .u 1
PENSACOLA: FLORIDA gists. cola who have never seen an in-door North. Louisiana bunch has mowed Wanted-By a widow with five small children, food and

baseball game and the erroneous opinion them dawn.Memphis. raiment. Until recently was supported by husband who has
NICE BOILED SHRIMPS TODAYAT prevails that the game,iq "tame." and New Orleans must be ,
JOE RI TH'S, PHONE- 154. Such persons and others Interested in watched in the Southern league race. I died without life i insurance Address "A," care Dunkard
the national game as played Oil an indoor : Frank and Rabb are foxy managers Home. .' '
diamond should seethe. game between and' will get the 'work 'out of their
K '
>re ;i u
.
t Everybody la Portsmouth. N. EL. the Buster Brown's. and' the men. ']1f A policy in the Union Central Life would have made
Business Men the Y M. C. A.
FANCYVESTS ) at : gymnasium : I George Reed Is having a hard time
jsed to know James Goodwin, or "Baby" this the needed provision,
night week. It
Friday of over in Mobile, in the Cotton States
Goodwtu, ai he' was generally promises to be a corker. The battle league. It is stated by the officials of
"known and called' from his childhood. will decide the championship for the the league that Mobile has violatedthe a B. S. WILLIAMS. General Agent.
tow, "Baby' was no baby either in salary limit. Reed has won two .
rK or Ip 'Inc_ ., being six feet six successive pennants in the grass hopper
aches in height, but, because of his league, with Plne'Bluff and Greenville ------
effeminate way and high pitched Great and it is stated by his friend's

voice he was hardly known by any tbat the other clubs ire jealous of his for the NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
ether given name, though he always success. Things :
resented )Its use with fieree gesturesand ,
threat of direful calamity againstthe RAINING BOTH HANDS. PHONE,1186 E. w.. LAWRENCE, Prop. No.8 WEST ROMUHT
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swarms of boys who, by its public Reduction in Country
_.
L FANCY AND use made ,his. dally life perpetually An.interesting discussion is being -
active In' them for
chasing chastisement
., carried on in England in connection House C49C S

with the -question of ambidexterity, A good 8 day Parlor ... .. ,..;... . .. .. ... .. . .5.00
WHITE VESTS The cry, of "Baby Gooden! Babj A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm S3.0Q

k Gooden!" was alwiys: the signal for a there sicians being certain number of phy- sprint on the P.rto.t "Baby," as wellas Glassese and psychologists who are Repairing at reasonable prices.

< I are very popular with the boys,' 'pushing out of Mechanic Eye recommending that the child shouldbe country house are not over J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER' at CD 'S Book Store

smart dressers this sea street one day In hot pursuit of a few taught to use the left ss well aJ looked, nor their importance discounted -- -=
son Nothing looks so of his tormentors, he ran plump in the right hand and with: facil- -
;eat and genteel. as a front of a pair of heavy horses attached ily. There are, however,eqrrfl those who by this establishment. :+.o...ooooeeoaoo..o .....e. .......... ee.1.1111e

down to an Water express street.wagon. The moving pole rapidly struck advise that the left hand should be fj We lose no opportunity to 'e |

'I VEST THAT'S'"DIFFERENT..t ."Baby." and, down he went, his full used only for left handed motion, LOW COST AND SATISFACTION I I

six feet six Inches! lengthwise the are now sellingUawk.es' .in'asiuiiuh as it is not an.exact copy annex to our. display anything I

t street of the .right- and must possess corn kindred to our general stock i There are two'' decided advantages gained In cooking \\'i: : I
As soon as the long wagon: had passed .responding limitations. While the
'
FIl gas
: .
that be used in the house :
over "Baby" the driver, frightened and 'advanced ambidextristsJjelieT&'that may

I Plain white and fancy white with' fear yelled' back as he in addition to its rdina "duties the without! the city lines. S First, Low 'Cost.Satisfaction.. -. i :
Il came In view, "Look out.'tberer! '. r .
-
left hand .
figures in should be to .
handsome
pat taught copy '- .
terns Jl.OO to $2.50. "Why.said! "Baby;) "ure you corning the J ; call i hoc end,. '
back?"-Boston"Herald. $2.50 l Eye Glasses movements of the right, such asin' fj Just now we particular :

t t Our line of Washable X ordinary writing, the moderate attention to the new Spring : Instead of the old fashioned way of wagon and fosl i

Four-in-Hands at 25c are for advocates think that, recognizing itslimitations in Toilet Sets of all had> you have, your fuel,delivered to you in pipes 1 a' ,our .
all the go. Given up to Die. the' left hand should bfc styles grades : instant command and paid for after you have us--J f .

B. Spiegel Ind, 1204 N. Virginia St, made to .do on the left'side similar and some dainty things in GoodNight : :And think how very clean everything can bet rept: : :
Evansville writes: "For over Ran installed
1 five years I was troubled with kidney 1.25 tMngs. .These, .of course, :would be Sets, all of which have e- complete for thirteen dollars. se

and bladder affections which causedme done by movements int the revers.

1i much pain and worry. I lost fles'a direction, and therefore, if absolute just been opened. 1
H. O. ANSON and was all run down and a year ago ambidexterity' were" ''required in Pensacola Gas Company i
i had abandon 'work entirely I had
three of the best physicians who did turning 'a'. Crew or in writing, a i Phone 148.. 24 and'27.E. Garden Street. i ie' !

CASH CLOTHIER me no up good to die and: Foley's I
was recommended and the first bottle ire: deyi! *I><]l.-T- --'* lf( kr.! 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA

Center Palafox and U ale gave me great belief, and after taking Druggist and Apothecirj, -
the second bottle I was entirely- cur- I NICE BOILED SHRIMPS TODAYAT Subscribe for Journal

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