The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[{ of President, and Democratic JURY Complete p Returns Received from WILL NOT EXTEND THE Contest for -i J; '1'i ''I!
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Leaders to Agree on [r T[ Santa Rosa and Holmes LIMIT OF PAS TORA TBS and County Commissioners ) '. :f.: J,t'il ,

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Railroad Rate Bill Counties Appear Unsettled. 't. :


CAUSE OF TROUBLE Senate Will Have Opportunity to Chas. B. Parkhill Far Ahead of SOUTH, ADOPTS MINORITY REPORT BY OVERWHELMING COSTON A WINNER ":1 1 .;; i.:

Review Amendments-Before the Ticket. ," ', '
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Called to Vote I Associated Press.V'Mch was acrimonious at times. rS 1'
Denounce Newspaper Article asa RETURNS INDICATE NOMINATION' !Birmingham May 16-The general The special committee on the Reed c..d i
4 conference of the Methodist Episcopal Smoot case presented resolutions call ,'" :}
Lie Pure and Simple. OF BLiTCH AND BURR FOR MEM Church, South, adopted by overwhelming ing for his expulsion from the United !

___ Belief Gaining Ground that Fan? ENTIRE ''DAY DEVOTED TO THE BERS RAILROAD COMMISSION-i: vote this afternoon, the minority States senate and urging the president Strong Opponents. ,:" t j.
df the committee
;eport on itineracy and senate to bring about a "
INTIMATES THAT ARTICLE Was Hot Mur ered, ANTI-PASS AMENDMENT WHICH NOT ENOUGH RETURNS :opposing extension of the time limit speedy decision. .<' J-;
WAS ADOPTED-NAVAL APPRO- I of pastors. The majority committee The election of three new bishops;APPEARS AS IF BAGGETT AND \'. d'l
CHARGING HIM WITH TO FINALLY, DECIDE RESULT ]reported favoring extending the limit tomorrow morning overshadows" all !
Formerly of Mobile PRIAION BILL COMPLETED IN jf pastorates from four to six years other unfinished 'business before tho WTLL: CONTEST FOR

CAUSING FAILURE TO REACH OF PRIMARY. rhe report precipitated,a long debate conference. REPRESENTATIVE, THOUGH JA- ,'I';'

AGREEMENT ON THE MEASUREWAS Milton. May 16.Noverdict has yet Special to The-Journal. COBY MAY: BATTLE WITH I ""

PUBLISHED WITFI KNOWLEDGE been reached Milton, May 16-Complete returns Senate Committee J '
by the coroner's jury Favors FORMEJ '
Associated Pres from the primary election in Santa .;. i
OF THE PRESIDENT.By which is investigating the deaths. of By Rosa. show the,
county following results ,
W. G. Acraman, his wife and seven I I Washington, May Consideration : For Representative in Con- Sea Level Panama Canal TREASURER-THE DETAilLS. .;

children, who were found with their: of the'rate bill in committee of the gress, Lamar 432, Stephens 29; Railroad

Associated Press I skulls crushed and bodies fllsma I whole was completed in the senate today CJommJisioner, T "J. Appleyard :! r "" '
1 and the measure was reported to 99, E. B. Bailey 106, N. A. Blkch.341; Wltfc two country precincts yet to t
bered by fire in the of. By Associated Press. return from Tennessee today gave the
charred ruins
Washington, May -Recent effort -, R. Hudson Burr 334; Justices Supreme hear from and with three more from "
of the president and the democratic their home at Allentown,ten miles, the senate where there will be an opportunity court, T. J. Clarke 115; C. B. Washington, May 16.-The Senate sea level advocates a "majority on a :which only partial reports have been
to altar all vote. Two reports will "be made to the .
I for rev.lew and -
senatorial leaders to reach an north of here. Monday morning. Porkhlll 365; J. B. Whitfield 279; c committee on interoceanic canals fa the minority have ,
senate as soon as
egreement on the railroad rate bill, revived I It is said upon good authority, that! amendments heretofore made. Practically Members House of Representatives, R. ,tors a sea level canal across the time to prepare their views 'for a lock ': '
the entire day was devoted to E. Collins 196, J. H. Harwell 351 A. ', '
further notice in the senate to- but little evidence 'has been adduced.I ]Panama isthmus. Senator Carmack'sBy i canal :
'r the anti-pass amendment, which was J. Peaden 278; County Tax Assessor,
day from Senators Bailey and Tillman. at the inquest to justify the theory adopted after making so many excep Tnos. R. Rdbinson 340; Collector, B. : :i 1y,. \ .
Sloth were Inspired by a Washington i.1'' that the family was murdered before tions as to arouse laughter every time D. Whflmire 349; Treasurer W. W..AI- r

dispatch! in :the Chicago Tribune,I the building was eet on fire, and this the provision was read. len 395,.J. A. Bryant'128; County Com- Young Women's ChristianAssociation ,

which Senator Bailey denounced as a"lie" idea is gaining ground! with the public missioner, Dist! No.1. P. Tomasello. ) .
I 1 in general NAVAL APPROPRIATION 312;;D'st. No. 2, A. 'Hardee 86, Cur z. ,
and the author, and inspirer as a
BILL CAUSES, ARGUMENT tis Jernigan 368; Dist. ,No. 3, W. D. in Session ;
I The coroner's toi II ,
jury adjourned a
"liar. It was'charged in the article I Holland! 208; E. D.McCaskill 172;

that Senator Bailey was responsible i;meet Monday morning I Washington, May 16-The naval ap- Dist No.4, J. W. Baggstt, Jr., 191 I fi> .t I
far the failure of the agreement between propriation b'll carrying nearly one Bartlett Pea 'en 155; Dist. No. 5, A. L. By Associated Press. :Mrs George Campbell delivered the t T. Yqw

the prasldnt and. Snatpr Till- ACREMAN FORMERLY hundred million dollars! was completed Garrett 134 Jas. D. Johnson 67, JohnL ''Paris, May 16.-The third world's I, opening address. i iOfficers
LIVED! IN MOBILE, in the house today. The featureof .Williams 214. chosen include Miss Annie
Former Senator Chandler was inference of the Young Women'sChristian !
man. the day's debate grew from the attempt Reynolds, of Connecticut, vice presi-
ghen as authority for the statementthat The Mobile Register of'Wednesday] to defeat the appropriation for Holmes County. .I : Association; opened here to- dent; Mrs. Claddings, of New Jersey,

Tillman had been suspicious of contained the following relative'to the' the largest battleship in the world and Bonilay! May 16.-Re urnis from the!
Bailey, who was'really opposed to leg. Acreman family: the tenor of speeches for the bg'ship! :primary In Holmes county-''for,the print ]present, including three national sec- which will define the policy of the or-

islation.. I The iterant preacher named Acker-: was that ,the American repub1.c: must cipal offices, are as follows: j I :retarifjs. Great Britain, Germany, ganization.The ,
man .who with his family, consisting, be abreast: of other nations in strength Lamar 538 Stephen 579; Appleyard'' ]France' Italy, Japan, Inda! and South conference will be in sessionone ,
Senator Bailey 'declared the dispatch I cf his wife' and seven children, were of the navy.. The opponents made the 338, Bailey 311, Blitch'$44.: Burr.479; Africa also sent delegates. President week.
had been sent by correspondent who 'murdered in Santa Rosa county, Fla., usual ar ments' for peace, disarma- Clark 356, Parkhill 795VWhilfield.429., w< -, I
is very close to the White'House and.ten miles north of Milton, on Sunday ment and arbitration. Final vote on '-' : -
night, was known. in Mobile, Fouryeans' '' Henderson Wins t b. ,
is presumed to'speak'trlth'some''authority the will be reached tomorrow '
.. Great National
-' ChautauquaBuildings
of transactions there.:. "He did :;* go he' lived in this city near r .TallahasseeMay -
the corner of Selma and Marine hajJ defeated Rawls t16.-Henderson'l N ,
not charge that the statement
was streets. While here he was in otesper-I DENIES.. CHARGE ate by about. 200
made authority, but denouncedits 1 Fire
Damaged by
publication(and the author and inspirer ate circumstances his family being in are still incomplete.
absolute want. Their plight was discovered -: CHAS. M. COSTON, '
in extreme terms. Mr. BaUey'sHatement I BY ROOSEVELTBy i
by an organization! which Doubt In Jacksonville. I
was absolute
silence and by does a great deal of practical charlt/ Jacksonville; :May 16.Not enough Associated Press. j' the ruins of the cottage. He was an Who Won out over five Opponents in
en that account was even more impressive and their immediate wants were re!' returns have been received to indicate Chattanooga, ;May: 16.-Fire this I, inveterate cigarette smoker and it is' the Race for the State Legislature

Senator Tillman followed as sieved Later, members' of the Baptist Associated Press. who Is nominated. I morning on the assembly grounds at I: believed that he in some way, ignited' i
persona church, of which denomination 1 .- i the bedclothing with a cigarette after J JI received none of which, however
: privilege, as the article in question New York, May 16. Ihe StandardOil Monteagle, Tenn., where is located the
Mr. Acreman was a member, helped In Duval County. : he retired last nlht can change the result, it is apparent
stated; that he became suspicious of I Company today issued to share- great national Chatauqua, caused a I :
them moist substantially, and Mr. Acre i The Jacksonville Times-Union of I'I'i thousand dollars.I that a second primary will be necessary \
Senator Bailey. He said: "This cor2frponn'ence holders a statement replying to Pres-( loss cf twenty-five '
man sought new fields for his labors. yesterday gives the following vote in, burned includ- EIGHT HOURS FOR : j for the following officers: -
ident Roosevelt's Eleven buildings were f
is undoubtedly mucu He was scarcely heard of here after message to congressand eight out of twenty-six precincts: Representative in the legislature,
rake. Into whose house the handle the ;ing the music hall, children's temple, SHEET< METAL WORKERS
report by Commissioner Gar-
wards until The Register told yester- For Congress: Frank Clark 1,255. with'Baggett and :Morgan as the can-i
goes or what hand holds it, I won't attempt field. Warner hall and five cottages. The
The statement was issued by
: next it is .
day morning in a special from Pensa- For Justice Supreme Court: Thomas Commencing Monday un- <[lidat s.County
to say. He said he counted cola how lie, his wife and children, order of the d'rectors and was signedby L. Clarke 460. Charles B. Parkhill 920, assembly records were saved but nothing derstood that the sheet metal works, Commissioner for district:
eight distinct falsehoods in the article Iana been murdered and an attempt C. M. Pratt, secretary. It denies J. B. Whitfleld 733. else of value members of the International A socia- ;No. 3, with Andrews and Blount as
which he proceeded to deny.: positively that the Standard Oil Com- The fire originated in Rosemont cot- but hours. is
made to conceal the crime by burning I For Railroad Commissioner: Thos. tion will work eight It i I II candidates.
Then he haM read former SenatorChandler's the dwelling in which the murder was pany has benefited. by secret rates for,. Appleyard 619. E. B. Bailey 503, NevI'I tage and the charred remains of John I stated that all employers: in Pensacola County Commissioner for district
letter in response to Sena- committed, leaving their remains to]I the transportation of its products. ton A. Blitch 534, R. Hutfson Burr 785. Green, a negro boy, were taken from have agreed to the request of the men. ;NTo. 4, with Clopton and BI'OIJ on as
tor Lodge's denial for the president of the action of the flames. 'Mr. Acreman 1 1I the contestants.
Chandlerts former
statementMr. was known here as a most .peaceful All df the other contests have been
Tillman then took the floor todeny and harmless man who had great faithin I determined: and a candidate nominated 1 .
an article in the New York Tribune his religion. He was pious to a degree :for .each office with the exception of f,
slmiliar that HIGH r PRAISE[ mn '
: to in the Chicago regarded by many as eccentricand \ the three mentioned. ,
Tribune; said1 It
He seemed that the
conclusive was not known to have an enemy. \ H F Canvass Vote Friday Night. ,
slander; had proceeded from
Those who remember Mr. Acreman Chairman Frank Reilly, of the ooua-I :
the Whit House. "I
hope for the _
end his family here are shocked-at the q executive committee has reoalved '
honor of the country that it does not tragedy and expres,'tbe hope that the >:titrtkNl use d ty the ballot boxes ana' returns, from all '; ,
proeed from the president himself? EN T H R1TILLMAN i
reward raised by'citizens of
large except precincts 10, xl, 16 and 18 and
I! Milton and that offered, by Governor 3 Nri 1 they will probably: be in to-day. i
PRESBYTERIANSAT Broward, may lead to the, ,' :'apprehension i, ii gwvt QP I I I 1 l1l Ill) S1-Ill? To-morrow night at 8 o'clqcfc" the
of the murderens. oommittee. will meet at th* court
/ I I.I I I 1 III,,I, 1 ILA I_ A Ilit 1K vu k A CI CIA i souse and canvass the returns and

DES MOINES t Ak N the official report will then be made. .
I I I f ( How the Vote Was Cast. :'

T THE[ INTERSTATE[ T T[ I The vote cast in Tuesday's primary. "
By Associated Press. COUNTRY I 1 I I I I(t f I IIi contains surprises in some cases andit ,

Des Moines, May 16.-Four hundred I FIEUDS / I I I I i id. t South Carolina Democratic Con ; forms an interesting table for political '
commissioners"to'the one hundred and study.
eleventh session of the General Assem- HELP vention Extends Expression of Judge Chafi. B. Parkhill, 'for the supreme
MJ of the Presbyterian church in J[ court led the whole ticket
America arrived to-day and are attending C COTTONSEED[[ Confidence to Him ;having received 1587 votes from the
i the foreign missions and ed'uca- .(; q AtWLYO returns now in. It was a fine tribute
I'onal' conferences, preliminary to the ; > r to this eloquent and popular democratand
assembly which open tomorrow t t, hiMl&RAT'Ec. I gratifying to his friends as 'Well
proper, I By Associated Press.Columba I :

jloffat> with, the the retiring sermon moderator.of Rev. J. D. C CRUSHERS[ / S. C., May 16.-The democratic -: 'as Clarke himself.leads Whitfield for the su.,
/ here
convention today
/// ...Jkilli state met |( 1 preme court by only four votes, and
and organized by the election of! :considering the active fight made
J. William Thurmond! as permanent! ,
against him Judge Whitfeld has ;
reajsoa i
\\V.I WOODWARD chairman. Other than adopting al! :: to feel proud of the result in Es- .
and making rules for the I ;
platform cambia county.
GIVEN Close Sessions in Atlanta: To-day. coming primary election the convene Burr and Blitch easily carried the I I
TWO YEARSA tion had nothing! but routine work. I county for railroad commissioner and

Manufacturers Convene at w The platform adopted inveighs Lamar got a larger vote than was expected --
against the trusts and favors tariff re : in thg congressional fight. ,
FEDERAL Asheville N. C. vision. There was no effort to put
COURT MARTIAL Costonj| Signal Victory I
convention record the
the on as to
Chas. M. Coston polled the most remarkable -
FINDS HIM GUILTY OF I state dispensary, it apparently being vote probably of any man I ,
the desire to let the question Ibe fought .
FRAUDULENT ENLIST. By Associated Press. I on the ticket, getting a clean major- ..t
out in each county. '
each of the other five candi
i 1 Atlanta, May .-The second day's, "The fearless, able and consistent ity over J
MENT. session of the Interstate Cottonseed I LI t ( ,, course of senior Senator B. R. Tillman :nominated dates: for in the the legislature first primary.and It being was
Crushers Association-convntion was 0 in the United States senate" was com- a fine tribute to the ability and 'popularity
devoted to the discussion of several I' mended and an expression of confidence of a man that is going to make
Einstein alias W. W. Woodward, papers of special!:interest in,,the trade. r 1I I extended to him. The administration Escambia! county one of the most valuable -
\'ho played or essayed a star engagement "Cottonseed as!, Human Food," was f of Governor Heyward was coin- representatives the county has
! in certain circles in Pensacola presented In a I+aPeO'' by' Prof. J. H. I' mended. ever sent to Tallahassee.M. .

for a short period is on his way to Connell, of Dallas. Texas. .Cotton;'I I The state committee fixed June 19 1 O. Baggett also Dade a fins run
the federal prigon in Atlanta, Ga., seed Meal versus CottonSeed. as Per-I 'lb for the opening of the state campaign. for the legislature and it will requirethe
there he has been sentenced to serve tillzer" was presented by Dr. R. J'I:1 full returns to determine whether
lo }ear, .for fraudulent enlistment In Redding, of Georgia, and! discussed j I I his opponent in the second primary is
the United States Army and on a Reports of several committees. were, PRESBYTERIANSOF to be Geo. T. Morgan or M. Jacoby.
tharge of desertion. presented and general business occupied L The two latter are running exception

The convicted man was arrested the rest,of the,day. The convention i THE SOUTH ally close with Morgan slightly ahead. -
here by Deputy Sheriff Sanders and will close tomorrow.( II I If : Joe Roberts for tax collector receive

tl1rned over $p the government officials --- the largest vote of any county can-
It Fort Batrancas. A court martial 1* cotton' Manufacturers: ,, I a. t Greenville, S. C., May 16.-The g"n didate who had opposition, and surprised -.
'as held and Einstein or Woodward I eral assembly of the Southern Presbyterian himself by the splendid majority '
eaded guilty to fraudulent enlist- Asheville, May 16-The tenth annual I JIt !; church will meet here tomorrow which his friends rolled up for
>Innl but l'enied'the;, accusation of de- convention of, the American! Cotton t and the assembly will be opened with him. -
Association began here t!I 'I
teniop Manufacturers tin WHICH? I a sermon by retiring Moderator Rev.J. Williams Wins. ,

th-\pprovat of the court's findings ,in today, Governor A large Glenn number welcoming pf papers! OF THE THOUSAND OF'IMMIGRANTS NOW ARRIVING DAILY IN THE[ U:"[TED! STATES IT IS T. Plunket, of Augusta, Ga. large With two precincts to hear from., J.;
t.e martial were received yes- delegates. I I> THE CR.OWD- number of delegates are already here
day and Foari
from pertinent Continued on Page )
Genera] Duvall, comand- on and more are arriving on every train. (
i 'e department of the Gulf. aver read and'discussed.; I It ED dTOK. '

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4, BATTLESHIP a woman's We, is the name often given -to the "change! Rfe"

1 Its component parts are an wholesome. Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they

I Syrup.ofb rigs It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts threeor

IS It is wholly free from objectionable substances. MISSOURI four years, and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort, .

. c ; which can, however, be cured by takingWffECARDU
r It contains the'laxative principles of plants: j ;
t1. E'St family I ]laxaiwe
t &- It contains carminative principles of plants I
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It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are Officers and Men Hope to Secure
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3 j! agreeable and refreshing to the taste. T i

t r 4* It Is pure. ,. . t. .' ... If the Trophy-Remarkable Work E
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It Is gentle. \. : ':: are pure.
With Guns. I
i Big
J : All blended.
i are delicately '
k It Is pleasant. Woman's Relief
All and ; ..
: are skillfully scientifically compounded. ,
{' Special! to The Journal.
.- It is efficacious. ; <{ : -Washington D. C., May 16.--Hig h
1. ;, Its value is due to our met!,00' of manufacture 4 hopes are entertained by the officers It quickly relieves the pain nervousness, Irritability, miserable.ness .
It Is not expensive. :
and to the originality and simplicity of the :i and men of the battleship Missouri forgetfulness, fainting dizziness, hot and cold flashes weakness .

a 1 It is good for children. \ ; combination. t .111.111i 'that'year the pans trophy to that for vessel gunnery as the will recordof this tired feeling, etc. Cardui will bring you safely through this!

It is excellent for ladies. l the ship is excellent. "dodging period," and build up your strength for) the rest of your the .

To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. !i Without a single miss, eighteen At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it
:;, shots were fired from the 12-inch guns
j It is convenient. for business men.. 'I!
I .; r Manufactured by \ ; of the forward turret and seventeen
,' It is perfectly safe tinder all circumstances.. from the guns of the same calibre in ==
I I: SAUFPRNIA- .the aft turr. t. The target was 21 WRITE US A LETTERfreely "EVERYTHING BUT DEATH .
It is used by millions of families the world over. 1'' s i t ,feet long and 17 inches high and the and frankly, telling us all your I suffered-writes: Virginia Robson,
I BQ SYRVPV r I range was 1,700 yards. The tship was troubles. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardui
: >: It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. ( ok steaming 10 knots. plain, sealed envelope). Address: Lawhich cured me so quickly it surprised _
111 To illustrate the accuracy of the dies'Advisory Dept.,The Chattanooga my doctor, who didn't know I was
If you use it you have the best laxative the ;ESan gunners of the Missouri it was stated Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. taking it."

Francisco, CaL ; that from the aft turret ten shots

world produces. Louisville, K)". New York N. Y. were fired in less than 3 minutes, each
hot hitting the target. Of the 56

". ; FOB SALE STALL LEADISG DBUGG1STS. e men composing the crew of the aft turret -
f. their average age is 21 years and
they represent twenty-on of the statesof
-- ., the union. The Missouri's: torpedo
--- /-: firing record is also good. Easy Money isMoney

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: : : .1>' :' "': ;' fl.fl' :e' : : : ::-:: : :":, r.' In the' recent examinations' held
throughout the country for candidatesfor Saved.
'admission to the Naval ..Aca YeightYf3ix
--- passed and ninety two failed The easiest money one can get is the money saved in \baying :
on account of (mental examination. On that which you need. If you would make your !n-w!
NOTES FROM THEWOMEN'S then thorough knowledge of the best I FREE EXHIBITION I On June 19 an examination will be house cost less than your estimate, you will not fa .,,
methods for teaching the subjects re- held at the Naval Academy when the get our prices on lumber, brick lime, cement, bull t >'
,quired in the public schools. i I I I CROMANTON department hopes that a larger number hardware shingles paint We can furnish ever>!rr.c:
COLLEGE The summer school also. affords ATY.M.C.A. will pass, there being over 300 vacancies and it naturally follows that our prices will be lower OB
teachers opportunity to prepare for
to be ;( such quantities.Saunders .
the (September examinations and at I has'decidedto
The Navy Department
the close of the school an examination strike the supply ship Culgoa from Mill Company
lESCAMBIA COUNTY TEACHER: for state and primary certificates will
.GYMNASIUM: CLASSES: WILL GO the navy list and to sell her. It has ,
WRITES' CONCERNING BENE. be held Special to The Journal.J been found that the vessel does not Phone 717. 21 East Carden Street.
The location of the summer schoolis THROUGH EXERCISES TO. warrant the large expenditure neces- II =-=" "'" ----1
FIS TO BE DERIVED BY admirable. The buildings and 'equipment Cromanton, May 16.-Railroad new: eary to repair her and make her fit
the I is very encouraging to the Bay coun .
of State College for Women, NIGHT AT 8:15. for service.
ATTENDANCE. including the dormitories, dining hall,! try. (Harrison is the place }la.mednow I
recitation rooms library gymnasium' as the.terminus on St Andrews I .
and swimming pool are free for its bay about three miles northwest from I Given up to Die. :

Tallahassee May 15. The first year I The gymnasium classes of theYoun'g thij: place. Work upon the town site: B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., Qy -
I of the State College for Women at use.The faculty of the school cannot be Men's Christian Associationhave commenced May 14: A new wharr: EvansVille, Ind., writes: "For over ,y '
I i :Tallahassee fa nearly ended. Both excelled!' anywhere. arranged an exhibition of the will be built to1 extend out to twenty five years I was troubled with kidney k
teachers and students feel that it has 'Prof. 'L. W. Buchholz will deliver work done in that department of the ifeet of water 'at an estimate cost of and bladder affections which caused

f I been a success.. lectures: on History of Bdlucation. Association to be given this evening at 20000. me much pain and worry. I lost flesh
i Everyone is anticipating much ([Psychology, and Pedagogy which Land hunters are getting quite nu and was all run down and a year ago
pleasure! from the commencement. The every teacher will find most helpful I 8:15.The program will consist of "free merous now-a-days and town lots are had to abandon work entirely. I had ;, /
program is one of the most attractivethat The other departments, are under,(exercises" "calasthenic drills," 'appa being surveyed out for five miles or three of the best physicians who did
has ever been presented here. skillful professors. Prof. A. A, Mur-!ratus work," etc., to demonstrate the more along the "bay on the mainland me no good and I was practically given
Some of itu1 attractive features are: phree, president of the State Collegefor ,regular class work done by various I I Looks a Jittle like the Cincinnati. up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure F
a ilhe commencement address by Judge Women, Prof. ''B. C. Bondnrant,;:classes in this department and of cern, ail it -will b t alblgtownon paper,, was recommended and the first bottle
Shaekleford The baccalaureate ser- and Arthur Williams also of the State as St. Andrews was during'the"'boomtwenty i
fancy pyramid building and tumbling. gave me great relief and after takingthe ..
mon 'by' Rev. C. C. Carrol, the enter College being among them. Other,, More than two hundred men have years ago. second bottle I was entirely cur
tainments by the different societies professors are G. T. Oiiphant J. H. A diseate somewhat similar to I 4
:been regularly using' this feature of ed. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte.
and the gymnasium drilL All the Fulks: and J. J. Hines. 1 chicken pox is prevalent among the
the Association and a very enJora'bleev.entng
friends of The school will be under the children of this.community.
the college are cordially .invited modfl .
maybe expected.No (NOTICE. ,
to attend the commencement. direction of Miss Rowence'"Songmlre. We are wondering :.whether; our .
'The normal department of the college She is an expert primary instructor, admission will be charged and members in congress know of the ex" Notice is hereby given that the un!
has proven very successful this and every teacher will derive great the public ii invited. Children under istence of a bay named St Andrews, dersigned owners of the following ves1 -
,year. Through trained teachers only benefit from her work., sixteen not admitted unless accompanied that it is one of the best landlocked: sels will not be responsible for any I
.can the educational standard of the Since I I am one of Hscambia county'steachers I II by their parents. bays on the Gulf of Merino and that debts contracted in the name of said, :
tate be raised. Therefore it is hoped I would like to urge all her our manufactories are lightering a: vessels Unless first authorized by a ED
(that every year teachers and those teachers to attend this school. They Do Not be Imposed Upon. million and a half feefpf"lumberand' written order signed by us. The above 1 ROCK
.preparing to teach will attend the .will find'! it thoroughly profitable and two thoasand!? barrels of naval tstores notice refers to the following vessels: !
State College for Teachers wher.e they worth their while and they sill go Foley & Co., Chicago, originated to Pensacola1 fret shipment a month Schooner Althea Franklin Caldwell H. :(
can learn to be real educators.A back to their work with new ideas and Honey and Tar as a throat and lung just 'for the want of a little work on Colt Mary L. Harty Amy Wixon Emma
number of young women have inspiration gathered from their stay at remedy and on account of the great the pass. We ara here and here to, Jane Osceola, Arcola, Francis & I
t come to avail themselves of the oppor- the summer school. The term is short merit and popularity of Foley's Honey stay and expect to get a small appropriation Margery Silas Stearns; Algoma, Halcyon fltThe Greatlflome
tunity to prepare for better certificates the expense small, but ahe benefit de and Tar many imitations are offered to, !commence the work at a.., William H. Warren, Clara P.
offered by: the spring course for rived will 'be grsat. for the genuine. These worthless imitations early date.: Then we will be in the Sewell Isabella. .,
teachers. Those interested should write the have similar sounding names. swim to help boom West Florida. WARREN: FISH COMPANY Drink ForrAIIIndigestion
Soon after the close of the year's principal, IProf. L. W. Buchholz for Beware of them. The genuine Foley's Pensacola, May llth 190C.
/work the summer school for teachers, further particulars. Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack- SAILING LIST OF THE
; !will open It te co-educational, and all N. G. G. : -
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub GULF TRANSIT CO. The Terms Suited Him. .
I teachers are urged to attend. Undoubtedly stitute. It is the best for
remedy I Icou'ghs -
the need'! of Florida Is better I The late J. Warren Bigelow, for ra
colds. A.I
and For sale
i trained teachers. by W. ( is list of { ,. .. ., ,,, .
. The purpose of D'Alemberte. Following a steamers sailing many years a prominent member of "" '''''''''"""" '''''! '''''"""" -
Ihis school is to give the teachers of the popular bathing resort of the .- from Pensacola, consigned to the the Worcester county board of com-
'J t he state the opportunity to prepare East Hill Boating and Bathing Club, Cream Sandwich. Gulf Transit Company: missioners was fond of relating this
\ r more efficient work dn the school Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 to 9 p. m., (
.J.f hot coffee, lunch and cold dishes daily Quarter of a pint of good( cream, For UV1rpool-Ida, in port; Gracla, story: '' The great value of a real,
I 12 E.
aiay C.
,;:\ This it proposes to do by giving 2t M. A. SCHOTZ, Mgr.Ii" three teaspoonful of salmon or ; Saltmarsh, June 7; Viv. One winter day a man stood in
j shrimp paste, half a teaspoonful of For, Runcorn-Teodoro de front of a store where men's shirts genuine Ginger Ale as a

1 chopped parsley, alt and pepper, May 15. Larrinaga were displayed. A few were hung
thin slices ef brown bread. Whisk outside; and one particularly took remedial agent for Indigestion has
Tbr Manchester-Teodoro de Lar-
Ii" 5.5.5. : RELY* the cream until it is quite stiff. Stir I rinaga, May 15. his fancy. Without waiting to inquire been thoroughly and

the fish paste in lightly, add the For Venice---A steamer, May. the price, he seized it and satisfactorilyproven

parsley and season the whole well. For Spezzia-A steamer. May. started down the street. by Red Rock Ginger Ale.

Spread this mixture on the slices of For Genoa-A steamer MayJune.For The dealer happened to see him

:ki\ ;; The fact that S. S. S. is a purely vegetable preparation containing.not unbuttered bread, putting two slices '(Barcelona A' steamer May- and immediately gave chase. See-

1i! : the slightest trace of mineral in any form, has been one of the strongest together. June. ing that the thief outran him, he This statement is sustained by the fact

l !' points in its favor during its forty years of existence. It is recognized cried out, "Well, if I don't get the that eminent and ethical physicians
-ii everywhere not only as the best'of all blood purifiers, but the.one medicine To Clean Shades.
in this world I shall in the worldto enthusiastically recommend it
.!I : that can be taken with absolute safety by the youngest child or the oldest pay
)i member of the family. Next in importance to removing the cause of any Use a block of the best quality of HEALTH RESTOREDBY come l." and use it in their practice.On .
il i magnesia and rub it long and well "Oh called back the with
disease is the condition in which the system is left after a course of medical man
:: treatment. Medicines containing mercury potash or other strong mineral into each thread of the shades after the shirt, "if you want to wait till

I : Ingredients often do permanent injury by eating out the delicate lining and having taken them down and laid YOUR BITTERSis then I'll take another shirt 1"-Bos- sale (bottled) at all groceries, and on draught at soda founts*
" tissues of the stomach, producing chronic dyspepsia, unfavorably affecting them on a table. Treat both sides the gist of the thousands of teat( ton'Herald.

: A the bowels and so damaging the system that even if the original cause of thus, roll up carefully and lay away monials received from grateful peo
-i- the disease has been removed, it is left in for two days before brushing out the ple. With such proof to back it thereis Born That Way.

= inch a deranged and weakened condition that $ ftftfl REWARD oowder. no logical reason why any man or A member of the house from New
woman should remain sickly. Get a
' the health is permanently impaired. S. S. S: bottle England tells of an occasion when '

t enjoys the distinction of being the only blood IF NOT PURELY TRAINING BOTH HANDS. he overheard an amusing colloquy TradesuppHed by CONSOLIDATE GROCERY CO.,

4 c- mediciae on"the market that does not contain ofHOSTETTER'S' between the late Thomas B. Reed Wholesale Distributors Pensacola
; a mineral property in some form. Being made VEGETABLE* and ,
a darky barber.
entirely of soots, herbs and barks it is absolutely An interesting discussion is being --=
,, The "tonsorial artist" in-
; harmless |. any part of the system, and while curing disease adds strengthand carried onia England in connection STOMACH BITTERStoday was

I .health. to every part of the body. S. S. S. removes all poisons, freshens with the question ambidexterity, and let it restore your health, clined to be talkative, but to all hisforts CATARRH .
: ( And the blood and better and results than at conversation the big man
purifies gives more lasting any there bei i.Dg.a certain mber of phy- too. For Indigestion Dyspepsia, ,
ether d\meaicie. 8. S. S. is the very best treatment for Rheumatism, from Maine returned only a mono
and who Headache
psychologists are Bloating Risings, Cos.
Catarr orofnla Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison recommending that.the child shouldbe tiveness, Female Ills Or Malaria it is syllable. or a grunt. FOUL BREATH
add ail jkrtijbles duetaan impure or poisoned blood supply. Besides being excellent. Finally the barber patted the
>i. the King of blood purifiers S. S. S. is the best and most invigorating of all taught to- sa the. left as well as cranium of the speaker whereon

Unics. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA 6A.e the ri t>>and hi1weTerihtse facil- posed one or two stray locks, saying re-: If You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant

1-1t.: t. ity.advise There.'are that the., left,hand should who be "De hair's gittin! pretty thin.sah. .Dripping From? the Hose. Into the Throat, If You Have
(t' ;' used only for l left handed'motion, Been that fay long t" Foul, Sickening Breath, That Is Catarrh.THRnilHH .

r : inasmuch as jtis"1Qf an exact CLEANFRESH '"I was born that way, dryly re- CURED DV i B R R.
copyof turned Beed. .. THE BLOOD
, T UT&IQ. UIDIe't the right and Jmust.possess cor- -;?Pittsburg, PispateH. "". v. """ U I tnineris /. .-" "'
f : Ii yonr breath fool li yonr voice hu.kyf 'n.
: LINENSNothing membratIe, and B.B.P.tlnfllngfioodofwann.rich.pu -
responding limitations. While the Is ; *
' Preferred Hanging. your nose stopped? Do you snore at night? ; :'I..
advanced ambidextrists believe.'that Do you sneeze a gre YOU have Ire- to the *
L I Ja 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim! Representative Dixon of Montanahas .quent palm In the forehead? Do you havepains bones paralyzed and Joints nerves,mac v-- : 'anJ.
Y in addition its ordinary duties the gives so much across the eyes Aro giving
of malaria. a lynching story, the h'ewYork you losing your strength Jnst where It is need. ; "J
pleasure to anyone as sense ot smelt?. Is there a dropping In the way making '--
left hand should be a perfect lasuui
Its taught tocopy World. A committee of throat Are you loslD?your sense of taste
I; Don't Do It. Danjeroos. clean, fresh linens. We vigilantes Are catarrh in all its forma.
you gradually dean
getting Do hear
, the movements of the right such you
We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it leaves treat your linens carefully had captured an Irishmanand bUUlDi Bounds? Do you havoringing In the DEAFNESSll.
"i'' almost deadly after effects.fa in ordinary writing, the moderate cleanse it thoroughlyand a Swede and were about to hang stomach ears? vDo: Is you there suffer a constant With. nausea bad taste of the If YOU are gradaallygrowlngd fa: 's!
In '
advocates'think that recognizing its finish it to perfectionno the month ready deaf or hard of hearing. ; '.-.
them by tying a rope about the neck ? Do you have a hacking cough Blood Balm(B. B. B.). Most f< ,.
limitations .the left.hand should be rough edges to irri Do you cough at night Do you tat cold ness _-
partial deafness r .
1 ,
of each and
1t BERDINEi shoving them off a railroad easily It so,yon have catarrh. tarrn, .' :!
I tate. Won't let and In curing catarrh : -\rj
you us
made to do on the left side similar bridge. Catarrh is not only dangerous In this way thousands< of men and woni'1"2
call for yours? but it causes ulceratloni,death and decay of their hearing .
i things. These; of course would be The-first man was the Swede. bones,loss of thlnklngand reasoning power Botanic completely restor Blood -J
i .purely absolutely sraaranteedto done in- tie' up kills ambition and energy,often causes loseof and Balm( .U.Uo/J'p.:' .
by movements reverse safe to take. Thoroughly t. .
sick The When he.was pushed off the appetite, Indigestion, '
core malaria headache biliousness, Star Steam rope dyspepsia raw 30 yrs. Composed of Pure Cm.-: .
direction and ,absolute throat and reaches to *
liver therefore untied and the general debility idlocy gre ients. Weak : .
and all stomach,kidney and complaiata came man struck end insanity. It needs >Strengthens ; :
ambidexterity were required, as in Core it by Botanic BloodsBalm .cure DTIpepgia. Price 81 per nf "t\
the water and ashore. taking tie. \I
: warn Take directed. not-
i TRY IT TO-DAY. at Jf : .
Laundry. (B.B.B.). It Is a quick,radical,permanent tJ'iI".h' "
in right
z turning a screw or writing a quantity Is taken money
The :Irishman
was next, and when cure because It rids the system of the poison Sample Sent tree B'"rf B Ira,
: 50 Cents a. Bottle. All Dnjgi ta., screw with reversed thread shouldbe arms that cause catarrh. Blood Balm by writing tcoub!"
Co., \
17 B.
the Atlanta Ga.
St. Phonic 114 _men.'. were preparing: him he (.B.B).purifies the blood does Describe y" aft
: BOOBS used and reversed form of writ- Pen away with and cpeclai free medical a d"J1. ;.
:1 a lcola. FiAt
: said: "Boys, be careful'about fbnn iPergsl1hptomg1yingatreugthtotheentire! you:.cage, a1N' t in sealed ICHWj '

ALL D= ALERS. in 2 devised.-rHarper's Weekly. '". -. '-- --.- .. ,. ". .' ,. __ 'n-_ -, _. -' that rope. I can't swim a stroke." ,

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Fit11! 4ADOPTD ,


Collars Crowded our store all day long, with eager shoppers, anxious to get their share f:

A Collar is about the cheapestand BOARD. V'V'V oINSPECTOR E T H V of the big bargains on sale.

most important part of aman's It was a warm day, but the :bargains offered were the most tempting ever

dress. .
More attention should be paid\ Clerk Murphy Given Thirty Days'f f seen in Pensacola.

to white collars collar, as gives a good tone to shaped your, ,and Patrolman- Jones Receives t to Adopt t Building{ Ordinance. Thursday and every day this week we will throw out on the bargain

make up. ., Reprimand. counters' the greatest bargains you ever saw. Come every day this week. .:,


Royal, CASES: AFER EVIDENCE' IS ALL IN !ELECTRIC: LIGHT QUESTION REFERRED Remember: that every article'in our entire stock, and every yard of goods '

the anteed whitest all linen Collar at made 2 for; guar.1 WERE CONSIDERED IN EXECUTIVE '' TO' CITY ATTORNEY has been marked down for this Big Clean Up Sale. "


E.&W. SUBMITS REPORT' FOR PAST PARK COMMISSIONERS' AND SOUVENIRS GIVEN AWAY To the first 20 purchasers of $2.00 or over commencing at 9 o'clock.THNLAANON&OM. :


Collars need no advertising. ELECTED. ACTED UPON. :. a J'

Everybody knows them-25c I


We have the new shapes for Practically the entire time of the If the recommendations the Board

summer in both the above Board of Public Safety at the meeting t tI it Public Works as expressed at the:

brands. I !I I last night was devoted to police and :''djourned meeting yesterday are ac
fir department matters.
? iuiesced in by the city council, Pensacola _
II Clerk Two Murphy officers, of Patrolman the police Jones department and : will have-a- building inspector,,, : .:__ _'-,,'_. .:' :; :'-:_.;. :.: : '_ :r; ..-.. '_:'. '_ -__ :__ __ .. .. '------T __:. ..'_ '_._ ._,,'_ t 'it 11( '< O:=::. ::C:

were before thee board on :in all that the name implies. Further,;

t. charges. Jones was charged with :no buildings will be erected within the I -* --* !. Ill ..
leaving the city and his post without ,corporate limitis, or repairs made tto Florida and Alabama

cTARD permission of the chief. Chief Schad ..structures within the same confines,, FEARS FOR T THE[ you think of Snow capped-mountains and cool, pure, bubbling
paid a compliment, to the efficiency of COMPANYManufacturers
unless a permit is secured.At
the bluecoat and! stated that it was the last meeting of the beard this brooks with the zest of Bohemian, Hops added, when you

his 'first offense.. Executive session by Mr. of BOTTLED BEER.
question was brought up drink A. B. C BOHEMIAN
No. 1 occurred after all the evidencewas Daniell, who was absent yesterday. and Dealers:.in
in and it was after the
"- Etar chamber meeting announced was over that Mayor Bites! yesterday offered a resolution the LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. AMERICANSPONGE THE' PURtTY 6F A. B. C. IS THE A. B. C. 8F PURITY.
which was adopted asking GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
Jones had been
COTTRELL, reprimanded city council to enact an ordinance ere-

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Thirty Days for Murphy.. atmg the office of building inspector,, :
Pensacola. Fla. wan prescribing the duties of such official. WHY WE CALL IT .
Clerk :Murphy charged with en.
F8B to
< tering a saloon and _taking a:.. drink At the Chief of Police is, Dr. WooUsfs users of morphine, '
DIAMONDSSomething with his uniform on while off duty and present PAWLESSVopium, laudanum. I
Neat and New In Them fighting. To the former charge the acting as building inspector, el1xtrofoplumco- A. B. C.BOHEMIAN
Mayor Bliss thinks with other duties eaine or whiskey: ,*
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St ouicer entered a plea of guilty, but that it is al;king too much of Chief\. O PIU M large book home of particulars .
pleaded not guilty. to; the charge of. 00 or
----- ..Schad to look after buildings. sanatorium trea.
TURTON & BELL fighting Several. witnesses were examined Permission ,was granted JohnSun, AND B.ment.M. oatilt' Depletion Charged to Greek Divers

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. them day to remove trees from the sidewalkon \ UUISka' Cur 11M N.Pryor St.
the prosecuting'witness
Belmont' street. ., Atlanta Georgia. Who Have Invaded Florida '
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. George Ball, whom it is alleged Murphy Electric Light 'Matter. 3

---- struck. Chief Schatf( was present The question of what is to be paid Waters.The .
and stated that Ball is considered "one
R. K. WHITE, of city.cer' for electric lights, now that the city Because we go to Bohemia every
matchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate has more lights than forty wais
Cd fi brought up. The contract between the Fishing Gazette of New York, yea.jaodv obtain our supply ofHcatf
Optician.30 S.Paiafox Street. Pensacola. Fla.
tried to strike him with a chair when .z
electric company and municipality r publishes the following, which will be ,the best hop producrinf
he clinched with his alleged antagonist. .'provides, that $90 per year is to be of interest to !Floridians: :
Told paid for each arc light bop to forty in Owing to the production of Florida strict of that Stile. country ,
The evidence showed that previousto I-cumber and over that number: to fifty PATENT APPLIED FOR spongeu being rapidly depleted, it is which gfows the finest quality
that took
the Murphy
difficulty The matter was referred feared that the American sponge sup-
$65 periannun. x
Mobile Register: C. B. Perry, ofTensacola : pistol off and ,placed it behind a bar : to the city attorney for his opin. MUS-QUIT-U At all| Druggists.MFG. CO., ply will soon be eliminated due to of hops in all! the won{$. We ,
that if it became necessary to
is at the St. Andrew. stating Greek divers who have invaded the to .Canada for the best fr' f t .
Jacksonville Fla. go
fight Ball that he would have. no ion.The :
report of the city engineer, Florida waters. Two bills have. been
The Eighth! Artillery 'band, of 'FtBarrancas weapon on.Executive. BaHgy grown in aJI the world.
showing work of a. minor character ac ---- passed: in the Senate and are now be-
( left yesterday for Fort uession. No. 2'was announced complished from'April"! 2? to. May 13 fore the House. The bills call for the We 'use only the best material .
Morgan[ Ala.. where It will remain a and behind closed doors .the was read and ordered: %filed.A BOSSOSIce ; regulation of the sponge fisheries of o .
month.W. .. members of the board considered the long list of names td whom noticato .Florida, and prohibit aliens from in brewing '''''

F. Graves, a prominent citizen of case. In a short time the doors were construct sidewalks should be sent,, '" taking or gathering sponges in the '- J
opened and Murphy called in. .He was accompanied by a resolution\ was read Cream Factory waters of the United States. The other : .
DeFuniak, wag !In the city yesterday. notified that he was laid off for thirty ; A. B. C. BEERS nt &ClJ
The smack Ruth A. Wellesvof the and approved. furnish 'cream in till prohibits the use diving appa-
days: Thus the-Incident was closed. can ;you
fleet of Sauntfers & Co., arrived yes er- Mayor Bliss reported that 67 palm Satisfactionguaranteed. ratus in the taking of sponges. The ;._.
has : member of theforce quantity.
day{with a catch of 2,000 snappers Murphy'for been_time a, ,and it was his trees had been purchas a'! by him atJ3 any *,' :- supporters of the bills claim that the .
some that the freight on
A private telegram received from first otfense? and first appearance be. per piece and$102.60. Twenty-four of PHONE 1326 sponges in Florida watem are threat o4y Beer bottled EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in
the same was enedvith extinction unless legislation THE
"Mobile contains the intelligence that fore the hoard on. a charge.. for the city, and the SAM BOSSO. Prop. of .
the treaswere is enacted to stop the taking: :Lotiz. Therefore: the only Beer whose PURITY can beabsottetr
Capt. W. H. H. McDavid, formerly of the inasmuch an the advocate ,
Fire, 'Report. freight on same sponges as cited! a"bove. Some
Pensacola, is very sick and not expected and best' was ( 'TJV ANTF.?!\
The report of Chief Bicker of the trees were the largest a closed season from May 1 to !
] to live through the night. Capt. fire department for the past month $48. The fright was pro rated $2 October 1 of each year to enable the
McDavid was for many years connected each on the large trees and $1 each jsmITEMS or propagate.The Distributer PENSICOU
showed 8 alarms, with a lost!: of K n sponges to reproduce N, COLORING
with the po'ice: department of this ,
i ?54::49.25, ana) insurance on burned on the smaller 011.96.Clean present agitation will doubtless
city, and he has scores of friends here buildings of $10,365. Park. result in some action being taken by tq .. ,
who wall: regret to learn of his serious I Chairman Ingraham was granted authority At the request of the Park Commissioners Congress to that end. -

condition. to have the water gauge examined of Bayview Park, two men The experiments in sponge culture V
!t and tested. I were ordered allowed, to clean the which have been carried on by the
[ [ T
Try Blue Ribbon Vanilla and you'll The city electricianwill 'be compelled I park of all debrHs and to 'plant Ber- United States Fish Commission on the

never go back to ordinary extracts hereafter to attend at: least the first muda grass. coai'.t df Florida show that it is pos NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
again. Absolutely pure and goes twiceas meeting of the board in each month. (tRix 'bf. Robinson tendered his resig- sible to raise sponges of merchantablesize V
far.SUMMARY. nation as a Park Commissioner of in this manner. A number of ,
New Policemen. Bayview Park and H. H. Boyer was six inches in diameter No.8 WEST ROMANAST
speciments E. W. LAW PENCE, Prop.
Fred Milford, Charles Mitchell, R.. famed to succeed him. Mr. Robinsonwas THEELKS[ have developed from plants made several PHONE 1186
OF D. Eddings and J. E. Hogeboom, were named as a commissioner of E>tra years before. The economic results :
elected -members' of the,police department Maduro Park. of the experiments are still
THE WEATHERThe provided they.pass the required Other business of a routine and V doubtful Tie search for a suitable CLOCKSA

:examination. William Lars application minor character was transacted after material for the support of the cut- good 8 day Parlor .. ..... ... ,... ..'. ......$5.00
i was tabled. which the board adjourned Florida Association Convenes in tings until they reach commercial size A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm 53.00

maximum I H. Croomb was elected a msmber $I\ as vet unrewarded. 8-day Mission Clocks, $2.75 to .. ... ... .. 'oo ... ." ,.. oo ..$5.00
temperature yesterday the fire department. It Is Dangerous to Neglect Cold. M.: Smith, of the United V
was 79 degrees at 1:30 m. and! I East Florida City for Annual Dr. Hugh Repairing at reasonable prices. I
p. Routine business was then taken hear it remarked: Commission recently appeared '
How often
: we Stales Fish Store
the minimum was 70 degrees at 5:30 I J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER, at Cue's :
a. m. In his summary of the weather up. disposed of and the board adlourned. "It's only a cold," and a few days lat Session. ; before a special Eti6 committee \
that the is his back Committee on Merchant
yesterday Observer said: er learn man on of the House ,
"The eastern high pressure area is I with pneumonia. This is of such Marine and Fisheries ana' favored
row central over the middle Atlanticcoast Straight Aiming Underground. common occurrence that a cold, however : pending: bil's to prevent aliens from If You Use a Writing Machine You Need the
; pressure has increased over the I I In driving the long Simplon tunnel slight' should not be disregard Jacksonville, May 16.-The !(Florida taking sponges in American waters,, s ,

corth Pacific states and a 'low' of: under the Alps a fine test was ed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Elk's Association! convened in this city de. of the L C. SMITH I S. BROS.
moderate strength is central over Nee offered of the with which counteracts any tendency of a cold fo this morning at 10 o'clock meeting' A. A. Seraphic} president Association:
bra:Ka. Showers have continued from accuracy result in pneumonia and. has gainedits ; with the local lodge. The meeting! Sponge Diving Operators' Visible Typewriter. .,
{ before
''he north Pacific states eastward to engineering science can guide he great oppularlty and extensive of Florida, recently appeared} V
the upper Mississippi valley, in Tex, direction of two parties of workers sale by its prompt cures of this most was colled to order by President Her- 'the house committee of Merchant Marine Write for particulars and prices to

and over the south Atlantic coast; starting twelve miles apart so that common ailment. It always cures bert A. Floyd and an invocation followed and Fisheries! and opposed the I L. S. Brown, Pensacola, Fla.

-I'pwhere. the weather has remainedgenerally they will meet in the heart of a and is pleasant to take. For sale by. by the chaplain Rev. W. C. bill to prohibit aliens in from Florida takingor wa

fair. High temperatures ele- all druggists. Lindsay.! The: address of welcome gathering sponges
mountain. Three principal of same.
pre\aii over the eastern half of the Col. John S. Maxwell: ters and to regulate the sale I
delivered by
country h is decidedly cooler over ments had to,calculated-the total Care of the Cat. was The Florida output would be restricted -! above $350,000, and since the Greet
Idaho and W 'oming. Light frost formed length, the level and the direc- A little made' and the response was made by Presi- and the price of sponges maintained :'II divers'! and 70 diving boats have been What Will You
powdered sulphur .
+rh H morning in 'Wyoming and parts tion as to right or left. When the dent Ford. :An automobile ride and at prohibitive prices. We are build i! in operation the total output amounted
w Montana and killing frost is reported middle.it.was into a paste with lard or unsalted river excursion followed; and to-night ing'up" a great sponge ,industry for' to $1,500,000 annually, most of the
I two bores met in th] i
from northern Nevada. I butter aai smeared upon the front there was a dance in honor of the Florida, and if this bill is passed it product being purchased by New Yorl(
"Fair weather is still indicated for:; found that the length, the.least important paws now and then is an excellent visiting delegates. will kill the business for the divers,,I firms. If it were not for the divers

this vicinity for to-night and Thurs-! 'of the elements, differed thing to keep a cat in good condition (. and Officers. preventing them from operat'ng dur!I the great virgin beds of sponges in Wear This
> light east to northeast i only about thirty-o inches ing the greater [ deep water would remain
should be
:'ft nds." but care 'taken.'thalthere The association is composed of the of wealth will be lost to the without V
be gathered
the calculated value,, the 'difference source I and they cannot
is no exposure to cold or wet following.Florida: lodges Of Elks: Jacksonville United States. Before divers were 1 apparatus in over 40 feet of water :ifI l lI
Sore Nipples. I in level was, less than four.inchesand until after the effects of the medicine No. 221; Key West, No, 551; used in gathering sponges the total I the proposed legislation goes through!t 4I

A cure may be effected by applying the error in direction from one have passed off. Raw meat Pensacola. No. 497;. Tampa, No. 708; output of Florida sponges was not I Later advices from Washingtoi i Summer

Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the end was less JJian:five inches- from should not be given! save in cases F.ernandina No. 795; St. Augustine No. note, with regard to the controversy I

chid! is done nursing. Wipe It off the other less'than four inches. The where food is refused and it is necessary : 829; Ocala, No. 851; Lake City, No. I touching on the Florida fisheries and I

*ith\ a soft cloth before allowing the success of the engineers" was remarkable to build up'the system. Thenit 898; Tallahassee, No 937; 'Miami, No. : eliminate necessary the legislation further depletion by congress of the to++ ; It's high time to decide what style
fluid to nurse. Many trained nurses considering that the tunnel is suit want and make selec-
should be given in small quantities 984; Gainesville.No.>;. 990. great deal of attention Is you your
use grounds, a
Price this salve with the best results. twelve and a third miles longYouth's .- and be perfectly fresh and fieffrom .The officers of the Florida Elks' as paid to same by the Committee or tion now while our stock is' complete.
25 cents per box. Sold all .
by Companion. sociation, ana the lodges to which model l ,
tog-gists. fat. Merchant Marine and Fisheries. It We offer for choice all the new .
they Belong, are as follows: Presi- I was stated in brief that legislation i is single and double breasted sack suit; ;
dent, H. A. Ford, No. 851; vice president "
absolutely necessary to save the In I
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--- in the blue ,
ever popular serge
Gloan, .No. 708 seeretary
J. Clarence ;
dustry from being wiped out. Joht
I ': -- :- .LiI -- .. '- :-- : =- :;'.' ---, .,,:':, {. : ..! -" .' -- : _:- ; ;.G.: 'D. Ackerly; No 829 221; treas-, .r K. Cheyney, one of the largest sponge:. grey worsteds which fashion has ap-
urer, J. T. Pacetti. No. ; chaplain. purchasers of Tarpon Springs, was: proved as the correct thing.
Rev. W. C. Lindsay, No. 851; sergeant- No trouble to show goods. #
examined the committee
r also by as:
I I THE SOUTHERN HOT L at-annij. Dr. Hugh Mosher, No. 893. !I well as E. Hope,- who represents thspon'ge < ,

1 operators of Tarpon Spring I
S&iatica Cured After Twenty Years White & NixOUTFITTERS
:BOWEN PROP.OPEN and vicinity. :As a result of the test! .
MRS. F. ,
",. : of Torture. I I THE'GREAT FOXMade mony of these various witnesses i

THE YEAR. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. For more than twenty years Mr. J. seems probable that the committei
and invisible. Has will give serious consideration to onl
B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis -; in visible ])
Minn., was tortured by sciatica. every point of merit any business man one of the bills that have alread; Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back

SPECIAL SUMMER RATES. The pain and suffering which he, could desire. Light running,. speed,,. passed the senate namely, S 4806, t+< PHONE 790.
endured during this time is beyond I correctness and durability. Is guaranteed regulate the landing, delivery, cur<
l Nothing gave iim to do the best class of work for and sale of sponges. The other measure -
comprehension. to New Brent
Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable. Qulsine Excellent, any permanent relief until he used!I four years. All cleaning and repairing ''I S 4805, prohibiting aliens from Building
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One application -I done free for two years. The Fox taking sponges in waters of the Unit
Sel-I/ice Up-to-Date of that Ifninient relieved the' has been tested and' accepted by nun.. ed States, is regarded as questionable 29 S. PALAFOX ST

t '" I pain and made sleep and rest possible,' dreds of thousands, as being the best. and difficult to execute.

If you will call up phone 490 drop:.us'a postal or call in person, and permanent less than cure.one'bottle If troubled has effected with machine.charge. Call Will on be or sent write on trial to free of Stomach Troubles. Stomach and Liver Tablets cured hereShe

rates fo either rooms, board or both. rheumatism why not try Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highljrespected says: "I can now eat anything
will be sciatica or
we glad to give you |. the womanin
a'25cent bottle of Pain Balm and see I F. B. BRUCE resident of Faisonia, Mis,. I .want and am proudest
for yourself how quickly it relieves was sick' with'stomach trouble foj the world to find such a good Bell {

the pain. For I.sale' .,by, all druggists.. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA more Jhan.ix.months. Chamberlain':I cine" For sale by .all druggists.




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HHM<< .N 1 TTO sincerely believe it has advantages When the hair combs out badly t That Grand Annual
# that are far superior to those of any Ball
iftt Is the time you want to know exactly
: : 'tttjalola Joufnal -LIVE!' .OAK LEADS, other South,Atlantic port for the handling Cb Out t'1 what to do.;' Here is advice founded

I INLAND: CITIES. .of immigrantjtraffic' but so deepis on an experience; of half.a century- by the
our Interest in Jhe matter that ,we
: r g. 'live Oak Democrat are ready to co-operate to secure the Use Aye 's Hair Vigor! It feeds the hair-bulbs, gives life and strength to the Army and Navy Union
S proposed station to any other port hair. The hair stays in, grows rapidly, keeps soft and glossy. There is handsome Palmetto

DAILY.. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. that can make a showing better than hair In every bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor! r.Lowe ly.rl a.;: Beach
May 22
I 1906.

: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY live Oak. has never been boastful, ours.What is desired is a port of entry Trains leaving Fort
but she has been calmly and firmly at
for the immigration that is so badly
L ...BY... a&sertive of the plain facts in her own 7:00 p. m.; train leaving beach fw
needed in this section. Not only Geor

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. case those and the facts.reasonable And now conclusionsfrom the hourof gia Florida, but, Tennessee South Carolina and North, Alabama Carolina : -!}!!:r BONIFAY .1 I 1 GOULDING II Fort turning Barrancas to Pensacola.at 12 o'clock, and r c"

her triumph is at hand-a,triumph are calling for an Increased labor,: ADMISSION 25c.
pot to 'be disputed, for it is in cold supply. Hundreds of thousands of Refreshments will| be served.
:' FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. census figures with which she has had acres of their lands are awaiting tillers
; no opportunity to Juggle even if she and numerous'industries are suffering --=
had so desired, ands of whose accuracy Special to The Journal. Special to The Journal.
because of a lack of men to do
MEMBER PRESS. there can be no doubt.' The state census BENEFIT
:- of 1905 just-published gives Live the work. Under f present conditionsthe !Bonifay'May, :Ank Niles Mas- Goulding, May 16.-Miss Nettie :
w- y 1J' South Atlantic section is without ters Charley Cotton, Lonnie Moore of Mobile Ala. is visitingher
Oak a population of 7,200; populationin I Hartzog, ,
facilities for the importation of immi UNDER THE AUSPICES !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1900, 1,659 an increase of 5,541 in grants. As Alderman Oliver has and others were over from Ponce De sister Mrs. B. I. Stokes, of Gould OF

One Year.$5 00 One :Month........ ........ 45 five years. 'That breaks the record pointed out, the only immigration station Leon today. ': ing. Pensacola Ledge No 497 I IB.
and puts first in all Florida in
j Six Months...?............ 2 50 One Week.. ............ .. 10 the growth our of city its population during of any account in the South is in Some- :offlceis elected for county; :Mrs. E. I. Stokes and sister expectto ,

Three Months....., .... ... 125 Weekly Edition, per year..Jl 01 that period Lake City, Gainesville, New Orleans. There is a fair prospect offices were Daniel Gillis for Tax Assessor leave for a short visit with their P. O. Elks
Ocala, Tallahassee and all the other that one will be established. at Galves- D. J. 'Paul for representative sister Mrs E. B. Morgan, of Molino. ,

The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed cities in the state of second class, are ton; but neither of these would caterto Charlie .Cotton for Treasurer D. L. Mr.;. Hunt of Century, is visiting AT THE LIBRARY HALL
well to the rear of us and there is no the demands of the great and growing .: Green, wlio had no opponent for Tax relatives at Long Hollow.
interests hi'the states named Miss !pearl Herman called on Mrs. TUESDAY MAY ltd
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. belief than any of them, not even ,
Lake City, will ever recover the lost above. The territory of New Orleans I !Hon. W. /H. Brett Jr., who has been E. ffi. Stokes Sunday afternoon. FOR THE BENEFIT OF
ground and come up abreast iBut this is the Mississippi valley, and that of; sick' for several days is said to be Mrs. Henry Kierce,. of Long Hollow
will makeno Galveston is Texas and the southwest.The better. bas just returned from Cantonment, The Pearl
Offices, 108 and 110 East papersonsal.onTraln. verges on boasting and we Eagan Home.
invidious comparifeons. The future territory that would be covered M1s; Mary McLeod one of the assistant where she has been visiting her sisaer
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. must tell its own story and we will bya station at Savannah would ex teachers in the Ottonifay schoolis Mrs. Hinote. IMr. ADMISSION SOc.

__ .... ...A. __ "" '_ not attempt to anticipate if. The extraordinary tend at least from North Carolina to sick,' and bar brother, who is a :;. DeBroux, of Bansacola, isis-
growth of Live Oak in the Florida, inclusive, and as far west as doctor is here with her. |I sting Mrs. Herman this week. =
past five years has been accomplished Oklahoma, and Indian Territorythearea News reached here that the turpentine ... Mrs. (Bonwetter has been confined to
PEN6ACOLA, FLORIDA/ THURSDAY :MORNING. MAY 17. 1906 from, her bed for the past week but is improving DANCE AND
without extraneous aid, without stateor which we receive shipmentsof still of Vane and Hinson near SUPPER
government assistance without the cotton. Douglass's Ferry wau burned yester-, slowly.

The if they don't pay, quit them, but don't location of any institution supported The immigrant station! would be a day evening. j GIVE CKDEH ArspJcEne
Developmentof by outside appropriations and is due government institution. Neither state Hon. W. C. l Lockey from Vernon
West Florida be too ready to throw up the sponge. solely to rare natural and geographical nor city would have anything to do was in town to-day, also Carlton Jackson For Halrpmi.
Give your advertising a chance. advantages railroad: facilities and with it. It would not have the effectof of the same place. A hairpin catch is more convenient Ladies of St John's Episcopal Ciir; ,

Although unaccompanied by the lETortune responds to your pluck above all, the splendid-and well-direct dumping a lot of undesirables upon i W T. Bludworth and big Judge than a tray. A pretty one is made: out

blare of trumpets and beating of tom stand abashed before her and she ed efforts of her own people, working the community, but would 'be the distributing 'i i J. A. Hathaway came in from West.I.I of yards and yards-tea or fifteen-of AT NAVY YARDin
in for the villa
always harmony general to-day.
paint under similar
a plan .
toms, the work of developing the re- frowns upon you-smile fearlessly in I! bright yellow or blue or, whatever the
good, permitting no factional fights or to that of the Countess di Barzza,i I Tom Wright's house Is being the sail loft, Monday evening. May:
sources of West Florida is 'going on at her face and she is your. friend"- local feud's to divide its energies and which we explained a few days ago,!, painted. color of the room furnishings, bebe ribbon
a rate that will surprise those not In American Advertiser.It's determination to build here a city that from which desirable immigrants could'f The Cox Hotel" is undergoing repairs made into a fluffy ball by winding 21. Boat leaves Palafox wharf ai Sp:

touch with the situation. The coun- now up to the defeated candidates should be recognized time as the be sent to points where they are most, which adds to the appearance and widening and then tying in some Admission 25c. Boat free.
is settled class I to explain how it all happened metropolis of Middle Florida. And needed. We have numerous freight! and comfort of the place. two inch satin ribbon of the same
try being rapidly by a
outside of the three counties of Duval 'ships coming here from Europe with 1 r .Marvin Tindell is moving to his shade, forming a loop, and tie ends
; of enterprising and industrious farm The muck rake and Big Stick are Hfllsborough and\\Polk: these census re more or !less regularity for cargoes of homestead-near Mossy Head. with which to hang it to the side of the -

ers from the north and west whose having a tussle for supremacy: turns show that Suwanee has gained cotton, naval storesetc_. Not all of Dr, R. A. Thompson cam in this dresser.
more in population during the past ? evening from'Caryville.. ______
labors are already beginning to makeit these ships, of course, could befitted
The sweet girl graduate is about to Jive years than any other county in up to Hint.Wben Great
"blossom as the rose, while rail- the state. In 1900 her population was carry cheap passengers, but A Mending
; have her innings. there are many of them that, could 1" so unfortunate as to rub or teat
either under
lines actually
(Way are J4.554, and 1905 it wa& 18,0ll.: The returns
and would be fitted with steerage ac a piece from the outer surface of a black
from ''Dade cambia; and
construction or projected which will
KII"'H..HHHH<<. commodations if there were a prospectof a kid shoe take few drop
Orange are not in the last census but kid glove or a
put settlers in close touch with the !we will admit that 'Maims in Dade profit in the !business. The ships of sweet oil;and mix it with an equal< I Reduction in
distributing centers, up-to-date towns I VOX POPULI i county has more population than Live that run to Galveston from Europe are amount of black Ink. Apply this mil:

are springing up, and the magnificent Oak but with this exception we lead not different in class from those that ture to the White spot or any part that

commercial: possibilities of West Florida ........f.. I. the State outside of the seaport cities come to Savannah, and if there is rea may be rubbed and the spot will be
son and room for an immigrant stationat
of iPensacola, Tampa and
ports being recognized and def .J Jacksonville. hardly noticeaCJa! This treatment will
are that
port it is difficult
Wdst With such see why
THAT PINE BARREN Key figures to back
veloped. The dream; of the past bids' the same reasons do not apply with also freshen an old pair of black kid
SHOOTING AFFRAY IS we might well put the rooster up o
j fair to be realized. Pine Barren, May 14, 1906. and let him crow his loudest but we equal force to this port. O gloves. Eye GlaSS8We
Outside of the ''Deep Water City,I Editor Pensacoia Journal: :forbear, and are content that the The opening of the federal immigrant 0
simple facts shalPbe known. It will station at this port would meanat The Stoat "Woman.
Noticing a very badly mixed and 0tcoas.a
' !Pensacola, no place in West Florida is up
should not
erroneous article in The PensacolWeekly toe splendid stimulus to our people. least measurable relief to the stained A stout woman wear a
showing a more progressive spirit News of May 11, in which my aslthouah we are not surprised, and labor situation in a short while tailor made suit, nor should she wear
than the beautiful city of Apalachicola name is used, I beg for space in your we will pass the ten thousand mark and the increased importance of the'port large bows at her belt nor a high, tight

which will soon have railroad facilities valuable paper in which to correct dn less than three years. It is a project well worth story collar. In choosing her gowns she
same. ing for. And the government ought should avoid large figure designs, se-
,I and which only needs a railroadto
The News to regard the proposition favorably.RETURNS goods. She are now sellingHawker'
'guarantee its future as one of the heads his article thus: lecting striped or plain
"Men his Target," and says Taylor 43 *'I T should also be chary of jewels, and it
most important ports upon the Gulf EMIGRANT STATION # INDICATE NEED
Williams and several negroes came will usually be found more becoming
h i coast Apalachicola Is fast developing precariously near loosing their ]lives & NEEDED' IN'' THE SOUTH. 'FOR A SECOND: PRIMARY to wear her hair high on the head.

into a modern city, is at present through the reckless shooting of a negro -

putting in a fine water works system named Will (/Qlilner; that Milner Savannah News. .$ (Continued from First Page) I I Hemming Napkin '
shot at Mr. Williams first, :but t missed "
Ed. knows how hard it is to
has Every one
Williams clear
, and'has, numerous other municipal improvements his aim. Then Mr. m a majorityover
Williams sou'ght his two opponents for treasurer turn a very narrow and perfectly even $2.50 Eye Glassesfor
II in contemplation.On
1 safety. The paper also says the .negro We have heretofore advocated in the of 101 and those two precincts will no l f hem in table napkins.) Put the hem-
St Andrews 'bay several towns had made threats against the strongest terms an aggressive effort doubt increase it: .
mer attachment on your sewing machine
{ have 'sprung into existence since the white people all day and was portico to have the federal government The whole Vote as shown in the table but do not use thread. Just
railway from larly sore against the men at the mill I establish at this port, or some oftierSouth which The Journal publisher' elsewhere Effect of Sabbath Breaking any
Chipley was surveyed Gladys Dear run the napkins through the hemmer
!because he had been me That's what comes
working there Atlantic port, an immigration L today contains much food for
I and the work of construction begun, and at one time had been discharged station similar in plan to the stations thought and many valuable lessons of Tom-What going automoblllng happened on Sunday. without sewing them, and they are $1.25WI
and extensive terminals will be The' truth of the is creased as narrow as desired and are
that on last maintained at New York, Boston and which should not :be lost either on Gladyo-I ran over a laboring man who
constructed by the B C. & St A. Ry. Tuesday a negro, Aaron Milner, walked Philadelphia. We are in favor of Sa those directly interested or on the wore frightfully.. On a week day he'd all ready for hand sewfag.M .
Co., which means that St. Andrews into the mill and began shootingat vannah as the location, first because student of local politics. been In a shop. I --- ti.i4 .
another negro, with whom he hada
bay will soon control a goodly share .
row a few days before. After he -- --

, of the commerce of the gulf coast and, fired the second shot at the negro I # #& #a S Y'Sik4i % **#****#**#**#******* HH-H--H-Hf" .**S i&* **iggi& iS7*5 A. D'Alemberie'
'. 'When the Panama canal is completed caught him and tried to prevent his *

A -' the towns will develop into cities of killing the man he was so intent on INCOMPLETE RETURNS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ,
, 'getting another shot at and
negro and
importance. St. Andrews bay should Druggist Apothecary,
turned the pistol i
! on me. I knocked -
i. t receive more attention from congress. the pistol from my face one sec. ELECTION MAY 15 1906. 121 South, Palafol Street Pensacoia, Fia
; ; It needs deep water on the bar and I ond before it was fired, but still held ,

:l '" the magnificence of the bay warrants' on to the man. As he was trying to PRECTh"OTS1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11'12- 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Total
' r a reasonable expenditure by the fed' at me the second time he was Representative in Congress:

; eral government. knocked out of business by a negro Wm. B. Lamar. :..: ..... .,.. 27 29 12 .23 .36 30 41 25 28 .? .. 319 222 183 276 '.. 30 14 14 23 25 29 7 '1393
. : who had come to my rescue. Jefferson. Stephens..,.,. 1 6" 8 2 5 1 a .. 1 H ..' 47 3S32 69 .. 2 2 2 3 1 1 11 236 VOC>D
; I Marianna Chipley, DeFuniak and, Two other shots were fired after he Railroad Commissioners: 'i

i Ha* fact, all other West Florida towns struck the floor but at no particular Thomas J. Appleyard...... 1 8 5 7 6' 9 .. 13 3 ... .. 99 67 46 80 .. 6 7 4 11 5 4 1 381 All kinds that you want

; ; are growing rapidly and it is the person. By this time a dozen men E. B. Bailey ........ .... 24 34 23 11'27 15) 8 3 ., .J. 142 107 74 156 ? 19 6 11 11 10 211 18 720

Question of. only a few years until 1 him caught him and took his pistol, tied N. A. 19 15 6 13 17 14 ... 9 18 ... .. 181 139 111 166 19' 7 5 21 15 28 14 817
} :, t and sent him to jail. R. Hudson Burr.......... ... 9 25 16 13 28 17 .' 7 22 ... ... 194 128 107 159 ... 18 8 11 12 13 '13 3 813 OAK AND PINE!
j' : : many of them will be rated among The negro had never been discharged Supreme Court Justices:

, :; the most progressive and modern and had made no threats against; Thos. L. Clarke. .......... 23 24 11 17 24 15 .. 10 6 .O' .? 137 94 94 138 .. 27 4 11 19 17 18.1 690 than can buy
i I i;; cities in the Land of Flowers. white any whites, but was in favor with the Chas. B. Parkhlll.......'.. 25 44 25 31 37 31 ... 28 21 ..' ;.. 354 260 211 340 .. 35 23 19 28 25 31 19 1587 cheaper it anywhere. Any you size yOU

i. { The Deep Water City of the Gulf, men at the mill Jas. B. Whitfield .......... 6 17 10 4..11. ,,, 11.. 5 14 ... '?'. 181 125 77 153 .. 4 9 7 8, 9 14 17 686 want.
Z. T. WtlIi
Pensacola tAMS. State Senator: .
is forging ahead by leaps

, I and bounds and will in the near fu-' DAMAGE BY 'STOCK Representatives Jno. S. Beard.In Legislature.. .........:... 26 46: 32 32 42 o. 35 .. 22 32 .. .. 354 228 187 313 .. 37 23 19 28 28 34 18 1536 E.e'G. SEWELLPhone

ture, rank with any city of the south RUNNING AT LARGE; M. 0. Baggett.. .. ... .... 19 31 16 11 40: 18 34 14 32 61 .. 129 74 43 93 .. 23 28 17 7 15 31 19 755: .

land. Its commercial possibilities!' are Chas. M. Colton...... ...... 13 19 11 18 10 27 10 .. 21 4 .. 233 149 112 191 ... 30 10 8 2 25 11 "' 904 C 614.
unsurpassed and the country tributary Editor Pensacola Journal: M. Jacoby .... ........... 15 18 13 7 11 7 3 7 2 35. 79 82 83 119 .. 12 1 13 18 1 10 2 538
& to it Is fast becoming one of the 'gar'den I wish to protest through the columns J. E. Long.......... .. ...,i.. 9 22 11 4 23 .' 23 14 3 22 ... 85 45 27 95 5 7 1 15 10 5 2 428
1 spots of the south. of your paper to the allowing of Geo. T. Morgan. ......... 1 6 12 1 .1 4 2 4 4 .. 153 96 95 143 .. 6 8 .. 7 1 7 15 566
stock to run at large on North Hill. Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr... .... .. 9 14 2 7 .. & 2 .. .. 78 70 51 76 u 3 .- 4 6 6 71 .345 .....W W v...V V WWW"....A
There is no section of the south
that I have a large yard, filled with many Tax Assessor: .
*: has. more advantages and attractions handsome plants and bulbs. The front i W. W. Richards ......... 28 45 25 27 36 31 .. 25 32 .. ..' 330 228 179 272 33 25 21 28 2532. 20 1442
|t to offer settlers or tourists, and that fence I. have for two years in succession Tax Collector: i F.SJellen&CojHandle

'tt.. they are fast availing themselves of covered with honey suckle, only i N. McK. Oerting. ...... .. 2 3 16 2 1 3 3 5 1 . 116 65 42 105 '. .. 3 1 '2 1. u : 371 !
*" to have it eaten down by wandering J. S. Roberts. ............. 21 47 17 32 44 34 44 25 31 60 .. 294 213 185 286 .. 41 25 21 28 28 33 18 '-:;' 1533
the opportunity is attested by the
? rapId Treasurer NothingBut :
cattle at County :
< night Twice lately, several iv e
growth of Florida, west of the Chat- pigs, which root up and down West John G. Welsh.'.... .... ... .. 11 13 21 14 8 11 30 12 3 32 169 137 128 235.. 5 9 1 3 6 4 2 854 :
t (ahoochee. Cervantes street by both day and I J. Ed. Williams\ .......... 18 43 18 20 40 24 20 22 30 33 .... 218 131 98 1691 38 21 21 25 23 31 18,. 1061 .

f night, have by some means gotten Thos. F. Wrighton. ........ 1 2 . 3 .. ... 11 .. 40 24 16 16 1 .. ... 0 1 ., (9 .' 106 tc .1
into .my yard, and greatly injured the ;F Supervisor of Registration: .: THE VERY BEST ;

(:. The Hearst balloon has too much plants, and rooted up the (bulbs Tuesday ; W. M. J. Scott.. ........ 22 41 28 29 38 33 .. 21 29 ? .., 312. 204 155 263 36 23 28' ... .32 20 1320 ; t
"l yellow ba.\last.-'Birmin'gham\ Age- night,. before retiring I carefully School Board: ... of i

,r ierald. examined all gates to the yard, not i ''District No. 1. : W i, .' 4 o
: Yellow ballast, In the form of Uncle only bolting them carefully, but wir W. E. Anderson.j............, 22 41 15 27 31 34 .. 19 25 .r ... SOo 206 182 278 .. 26 15' 28 .'. 33. :. '.18" 1305 EverythingJ t
Cam's simoleons, Is pretty good ballast ing them as well, only to find the next District No. 2. i i ii

I for a political baloon and the politician morning: half tie yard torn up by pigs; H. G. DeSilva. .. .... ., ... 19 29 10 25 326 .. 14 16 ... .. 271 182 164 234 .. 24 .. 8 21 ., 28 191124 o
japonicas, azaleas, carnations, cala- District No. 3. 5 .
; I has not yet.been discovered who diums and many beautiful flowers com 4 W. M. Agerton... ...,.. .. .. 7 13 9 9 6 11 .- 14 11 .,; ... 153 118 87 117 .. 12 .. 9. 14 ... 15 1 : 606 i heavy clipped W.l: l !> i

i ': t} had too much of it. pletely'rooted up, and all the smaller k W. D. Hubbard...... .. ... 21 27 7 14 25 18 .. 14 13 .. .. 98 62 38 186 ... 16 ? 12 17 16 16600 \:\ Oats. .
plants entirely gone. As I had County Commissioners: ILDistrict .
been : No. 2 White Corn, pure : : :
1.. at No. 1. I
some expense in procuring these J and Shorts, .
i :. : The'Value plants and seeds and at much trouble :* J. B. Roberts ., ... ........ 30 42 20 31 25 27 45 22 26 ... '," 285 190 135 290 .. 36 20 13 28 IS21 20< 1331 Chick Feed, consisting I :
I for several months in !bringing them 5 C. F. Zeek. .. .. ........... .. 3 3 2 7 8 1 4 2 .01.. 99 65 71 64.. 2 4 2 0 11 5.'... -353 f articles for the rapid -';: :
\ of
Constancy, to 6 District No.*2. \ ,
perfection, it is a little exasperat. : healthy growth of the n- ;\ .'
f "I had a client once who never stuck ing to find your labor in vain, especial jg: Jno. A: Merritt .... ......,.. 8 24 8 17 28 28 .. 15 16\ .. .. 204 131 129 151 22 13 12 14 24.,19 1 864 hatched. :;

!t to one method of advertising long ly as the seeds planted were of peren S Wm.. J. Sennott.... ....... 19 24. 17 10 ..14 5 ... 11 10 ..=.* 143 119 81 207 11 10 5 7 5 10.1727. Wheat and Mixed Fee l .
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nial'vareties District No.-3. -
and I anticipated much : the .
j enough to find out whether it would pleasure from them for ;years to come. f Jas. M. .Andrews ... .... ... 30 33 25 17 15 17 17 '14' .. .? 186 102 58 191 12 12 11 15 16 .:218- 811 I Condition hen. Powders for i : .

i: pay. Of course, he said nothing ever t While on the subject of yard beauti S A. C. Blount, Jr.... .".... .. 1 10 1 11 11 .. 3 7 .. .. 152 136 123 132 21 10 2 9, 137. ., ; 647 cow and poultry.
; ,"- paid. He would spend a few dollars lying; I would like to suggest that | W. A, Shelby .. ..:. .. ... .. 16 11 3 37 7 7 10 .' 'f. 30 27 23 49 3 3 9. 4 2 4 2 247 Conkey's Celebrated PI.< :'" :.
something be done towards street im S (District No. 4. _. Remedies c.o': ', rJ: .
i en one method, a few dollars on another :: roupe, cure
his provements: in that locality, as the | W. H. P. Bronson.. ... ... 4 3 13 1 9 925 20 1 .". .' .. 72 69 75 100 '.. 1 9,20 1. 5 431 cure, gape cure and !lice k ::'? :
i. ,(" dividing resources and energies block between\ Baylen and 'Spring ,on H. C. Clopton..:....;.... 15 29 8 22 28 2t. 8 17 .. .. 198 126 100 150 39 15 2 29 4 1 ';;':, .815; : If you live in town tekpno-i1: .
:. on doing a dozen things half well West Cervantes is a disgrace to the ?\j Jno. A. W1ggins.9 20 6 11 5 2 26 7 14 .. .. 75 42 23 72 .. 5 8 1 28 .. -25. 18 r 397 T us. .
; instead of doing one thing well," says city. If the surplus sand could be re District No. 5. :* t If In neighboring' towns wr,t tf- :

an expert advertising agent moved from Cervantes street between Jas. R. Steward. ..... ...... 26 34 18 22 38 33 31 35 .. .. 246 158 137 203 .. 26 21 20 26 29.32, 19.: .1154" to us.
PaJafox'and Baylen. where the street Justice Peace, Dist No. 2. j .s

I.. "Any business man ought to be able is higher than the graded side walks, I J. L. Belh........ .. :....... .. 3 .? .. .. .. .. .. .. .? .. 53 30 29 41 .. .. .. .. .. .? .. .. *. '155 : 4 0
to see the fallacy of such methods. and put upon the adjoining !block from % J. D. Goss..,..... ... ... .. 9 .. .. .. .o' '.. .. .. ,. .. 89 57 35 54 .. .. .. .. ... .. ,. 244 = 4 .

.; There is no necessity for having a Baylen to Spring, where the street is $ R. L. Nichelsen .......... ." 34 ..' .. ... .. '.. ... .. .. 220 154 120 199 .. .. .w .. .. ..' .. 727 : F. S. MELLEN & CO. :
castiron plan, and deviating not ahair's much lower .than the graded walks, it S Geo. J. Slocumb.,.......... .. 4 .. ..? : .. .. ., .. .. ..- 54 46 47 91 .. '.. .. .." .. .* ; .... .. 548 .
would add much to the appearance of County Executive Committee: .
breadth, but, on the other hand, the block and to the safety of vehicles H Chairman Frank Reilly24 36 20 23 32 29 .. 24 20 .. .. y 192 172 262 .. 21 .. 15 28 .. 32 19 s I : Phone 334.Pensacola :

.' lay out fOur money according to your which have to deliver to the residents k Sec. A. D'Alemlberte. ... 24 37 19 25 25 20 20 .,. ... ... 185 165 240. ... 19 18 28 : 29 18' Fla. *
best Judgment, and feive those methods of that neighborhood. ..3,5. *
a fair trial H they pay'stick to them; TAX PAYER. S****** ***#* HHifH ..J H .71Hd N1NN/i
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S I.r I.tp I. Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and : .z;f;'.{?, "'' ."'If.' ,; .

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By E. NOJJE BECK." Telephone..'660.- 1 II Jjr[ ; .:.r. :.:: ": !

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Vie JoumaFsDaily Fashion Feature. : 1.: I IJ
: I II' AT MRS. WALKER'S. ; \ ( 1 ',:-

I' !, I II Tuesday night 'Miss Ethel Lehr was I'\\i". } .: 1,

I ,I II called to the residence of Mr. and :Mrs ". fr l I \' ".!, t .}
I i "W. C. :Walker to answer a tslephom 4I'I I" 7
I, I,I Good Measure I message. When she arrived the house '. :: \: f'r"; !of '
: I was all dark, but, as she entered, it ?4b1'I 'i I I"a
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: I You always get good measure i iI was suddenly flooded with electric e j p \
I : light ""disclosing'! a large party of he E +I..
here; you always get good qualIty r G.G.'f' t
here; you always get courteous friends assembled to surprise her 011 r :
treatment here. he rbirthday. J IH, I .. 'I 4 ,:i '
And, there Is no question as to the .... .... ', .1't 'I
SOME NEW ARRIVALS;' genuineness of the ''i t r. 1E J. I .
I surprise. lr A: I J \ l : f :
Evaporated Apricots 1 : beautifully arranged: decorations t of :
I Fancy \ : ,;
1 : pound boxes .. 20c ferns and nasturaiums, the brilliant fi la( :
Fancy Evaporated. Peaches, '1 and sudden radiance and the unexpected i .f / if 'F\ : i

: j pound boxes.. .. .20cFancy presence of the people had for once< 1 \ ,. I"'
been -
kept a profound secret it '
I II making ti I :
: j Select Prunes, 1 pound r !- .
i boxes. .., ... .. .. ...15eI I II all very effective. 11,1"-. f 1 ; ,
Many interesting games and dancing -
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I enlivened the evening, d'urinj t,
I I II which delicious: refreshments wet Age 6 "h- i
I 5036 Forreitville AT*, CHICAGO. < .l
served in the "beautifully decorate Mlas Henry says "Before I began oaing Danderine 215 Mohawk Street, CHICAGO. HISS SELMA HAS3EIX, ,.Ct! .
ROSEN ftll&GERELDS.The dining room. : my hair was tailing out in great handsfuU and I am Since it has become generally known 7t3 North 484 Court, CHICAGO ,
!Mrs. Walker assisted in recelv' ..rT" pleased to say that Danderine not only stopped It at that Dandenne causes hair to rrow just ;
twice the heads of children as
once out hu made: my hair grow more than as abundantly on
ing by Miss Dora Webber, and Miss: as long as it ever was." Itdoesonth06eofmawreQJeI'&ODsmaI17 Miss Haasel says: Sty hair would not >
Lehr recoived several Mrs.Eloise Atherton. Little Rock.Ark, says1U'Uiy marvelous cases are coming to our reach below my waist when I began using 'I 1 s sIs ,
Fancy Grocers, handsome pre surely remarkable way Danderine improve notice. Little}Miss ausaell.whose photograph your Danderine It was also faded and spill ... ,
ents. the hair. It has made my hair grow ten inches long- appears above,ia certainly one of......; at the ends. Now it la over Itf feet .f!!
er in fire months and it is petting thicker and longer the remarkable ones. Her beautiful hair longer than it ever was and It has regained .
-+- all the time. I believe in giving praise where it is is over thirty inches Ions and her mother "; .
Phone 397 Pensacola. il that"DAiJDEalUli GB.EWIiYEB.Y: ifs original rich blond color I used the Sonia ,
due and you can use my name as you eays
HAVY HOSPITAL CORPS Jr' 10 desire." BIT 09' IT. about four months all together. s, '
MAKES' GENEROUS: OFFERINGTO I DAHDERINE is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the

BRAVE RUPERT PEARL. : i ; roots,invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating,fertilizing and life-producing properties cause the hair to
To Remove FrecKles 21' Pimples (IReaders of The Journal will recall grow abundantly long.strongandbeautiful. ,

In TeD Days Use N adinola only eleven years old, whose leg was : MAKERS OF HAIR TONIC. HOW&t all druggists in three sizes, 26 cents,SO cents and $1.00 per bottle. I
broken, on the QTimmy line and who .f '. C D C C To show how quickly Dnaern,tots'Ire will send large sample free by return mall to anyone who sands this advert13emeGl ';
rnCCi to the Koowltaa DiwiAertne Go*Chicago with Wait name rand address and tan cents ia silver or stamps to par postago.
JL .new discovery, sold has suffered several successive ampu-
wader a positive gnar tations. .
antes and naney refunded i 4l' '
in every ease It 'Will als/ be remembered' that i ilacked il : 1
where it fails to remove cessfully that there is a general desireon t $&&3 11) o ;
freckles, pimples, liver- one day of :being two years the part of the Century people thaa 1 5
.ts spots, Bun-tan, sallow- ago while the war fleet was here, he ,
ness, collar dlscolora she continue another year as principal
lions,blackhead and all had that same leg shotlA. "
of the skin, few the ', T 1
eruptions no days ago as surgeons '
R 1 matter of now longstanding ,., Miss Marion Avery has returned Miss
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about to ,
again his
amputate leg
were .
ordinary I from Nashville where she has :been a :
-::- cases in 10 days,and the the hospital corps made up a purse ol
student in !Belmont college, to the
worst in 20 days. After ,
?50 and presented it to Rupert-nol <
these defeat are removed the ckin will be great pleasure of the younger set
elear, soft, bealtor and beautiful. No possible because he needed it but because ol / ; >"7-""',; .
kirm can result from its nut. 60 cents and 11.00 ,
and heroism he has
the patience
at leading drag stores or by mall. i. Mrs. H. H. Coston and Miss Coston
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tenn. shown all through/;his sUfferings. I :\" i:, will ba guests of Mrs. Coston's sister Dorothy
To add to the tfamjly's distress, Rupert's e -d\: \
Mrs. John 'L. Pinney for a few days
father has been ill and out ol, t. "
I .1<1 '1 ""f- and then leave to spend the summerin
work for eight months. .... ,,'..' .
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itPIANOS AND ORGANS. NEW CITY LADIES: -. : : The school and college* set will have rt. .! : is ', .. Dodd !
All Piano Work Guaranteed. of WERE, ENTERTAINED BY a dance at the Country Club Friday ; : .

CLUTTER & RUSHING, i MRS. BARTON PEPER.' night. I f'' "l,\ !' .
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? The New City Lajltes'; : Flinch club DAINTY FROCK OF EMBROIDERY'FLOUNCING.The ; 'f, 11
oio PHONE 476. ?! Miss Nita Wraggles who was expected a with
was entertained this, vogue of** embroidery has waistline: i in thwack: and band'ng embroidery to arrive this week on a visit
**$ Mrs. Pepper's !special- guests wen brought Into use'for children's! ,as' well I ruffles of some three inches to relatives, was taken suddenly and I I l,;, '" urn the arrival of another -

Miss 'Flossie Boyer Miss Eo5th Luske as grown-ups' weary" those exquisite j i in width on the shoulder and graduating dangerously ill Sunday night at her y l c large shipment
: in Swiss and' to almost nothing at the waistline sister's near Birmingham and though ;
and Miss Lillie:Williams, l embroidery flouncngs ) / '
NOW READY After the game Miss 'Williams assisted I fine lawn.. the very open eyelet design about which is tied: a soft ribbon I I slightly improved Wednesday morning, z'ttY.i{: ; \ of the newest and _' "
much in Here the in tow in the back. ia in a critical condition. daintiest creations i in
her sister the hostess in serving being demand. ; sash tying a mart '..J.f' :
Se 'ari's Bath House delicious. fruit ,cream,.and cake. skirt-is made, of two full flounces and', The fulj puff SjJeeYe: is finished with a *
first-class and Little Miss Clara 'Pebley Pepper' joined to the shortened French! waist, deep cuff of the"batiste tucked and set Mrs. T. F. McGourin is visiting Mrs.
Everything scored for her jnamma's guests. the pointed yoke back and front formed -' between band of the embroidery: the B. W. Perry at Ft. Barrancas. Feminine .oo'c '
uptodate.PIANOS The next meeting will be with Mrs by numerous tiny hand-run tucks;, edge finished with a narrow embro'd- 3 Footgear E

tleager on Thirteenth street, which the body and sleeves are made j ery frill similar to that on the nar- Edna'Smith has returnaa' froma c
Three strips of eyelet embroidery n-i row collar. More of the embroidery Miss: ...at. .
visit in Mobile,
i WITH PRESTIGE. EXCELSIOR sertion are inset in the front ofthe, ; flouncings are seen in the dainty linge pleasant accompanied
' FLINCH her cousin, Miss Maggie
'I You will find our pianos are instruments waist, those simulating: suspenders rie hat trimmed with white daisies by '
that give the most perfect satisfaction ENTERTAINED BY continuing over the shoulders to the, and loops of white satin ribbon. Vmter. I i WATSON PARKER[ & REESE GO'S
in every feature. They are fiRiS! ''D. HALE WILSON.: I : '

pianos that have attained the highest, The Excelsiors were delightfully enertain&d Money refunded if Blue. Ribbon fails Big Department Store.
prestige among artists and musical : Wednesday afternoon by main for awhile, and it is not likely; have not yet been able to learn to please. Absolutely pure. Goes I E

circles simply on the 'basis of merit Mrs. D. Hale Wilson, whose special she will return to Pensacola till October whether the man carried" from the twice as far.WOMAN. and would advise the women of Pensacola if interested
or November, much to the regret street literally fell off the water ,
You are Invited to call and try themthe."re quests were Mrs. R P. Reese, Mrs.
easy to buy and easy to pay F. O. Jennings,.'Mxs. John (Burrow and of her many friends. wagon on that occasion or was simply, FASHION in Fashionable Foot Covering, to call at once and see!&

for. :Ask us how easy.CLUTTER Hiss Lois Roulette --+- carried to the surgeon as a joke. i I AND this superb line.STYLESPumps. '

MUSIC HOUSE, Punch, ice creams. and cake were MAN'S SENSE !elF HUMORSO Nor, have I been able to see the hu
Pensacola, Fporlda daintily served and the next meeting SUPERIOR TO WOMAN'S."A moe''of the joke, if It was one, though An Attractive Garment.
will be with :Mrs. Charles J. Rice. I. confess to enjoying Mark Twain andeven Fancy boleros are to be noted in exceptional Ox'v
= Mrs. Wilson little daughter Eliza- woman is so stupid. She has nc nome of the "funnie" artists; beauty and variety this season fords, Gibson Ties. ._ _
>eta also entertained the sons and sense: of humor," exclaimed a disgusted when they are 'truly funny. I and serve so many uses as to

daughters of the Excelsiom, curing' the young man who told his best girl As the belt car stopped at Tarragona -| make very practical as well as attractive STOCK-Patent Kid,
ifternoon. an awfully futny saory rout a man :Monday evening to let a locomo-l! the wardrobe. This
additions to Metal Calf
-+- "falling off the water wagon." And UTe paw, too men, both in civilian, Patent Colt, f&rj
Fresh she, instead of laughing merrily, look; 'clothes, passed down the street in I one Is made of heavy linen, with trim- Bokara Kid, Vici Kid, Canvas, fsI:
ed at him with wine, tear-dimmed eyes front of the car. There 'was nothing '
ENJOY; --PICNIC SATURDAY.Some and exclaimed-"0, the poor man)! I conspicuous about either man until in both white and colored. -

of the children of !Public Was he much hurt?" I I the slighter of the two saw a woman ,
School No.2. accompanied by their And-that incident may be said to looking at him and 'began to pull his WIDTHS-A, B, C, D '

teacher :Miss Ethsl Clarke. and Mrs. typically represent the masculine and' coat sleeve over his hand and-I' 0' and E
SWISS Avery spent Saturday picnicing at BayHew feminine attitude as to humor. To a caught a glimpse of ste?le. I felt an :

Park, boating; and 'bathing, with woman a "fall" by anybody from anything ; actual pang of physical pain as well as LASTS-The newest and nobbiest, as well asf$
basket luncheon between times. is something to deplore 4o a mental .pity for the man.
man, falls from anything by anybody i"I the most comfortable fitting.
In the party were Misses Rosina many That gesture attracted the attentionof 't4v
'Louise but self, is funny. !Awfully fun:I heard
and Net Di I.ustroMiss; Avery other persons, and a man who
Pisses Beovich. Miss Irene Perdue ny. the conductor say-"They've got the PRICES-$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50,
CHEESE Miss Doris Jenneat, Miss Geraldine Th truth of this assertion was II bracelets on him"-grew profanely hu I''
torras Mists Dorothy Redenback, :Miss lusrtated recently. A ten er.hearted morous and good; naturedly "ripped THE PLACE
(oveta Harris, Miss Margaret Anderon young woman told the writer the out" a string of smiling profanity that
,, Miss ifily 'Bogart, Miss Mamie water wagon had broken down and she really seemed to Increase his self-es a {
Anderson, and Mr.: James Walker, had1 seen a man carried up to Dr teem. He had such a keen sense of ,
Messrs. (Michel and John Di Lustro, Wrikht's office but did not know how the humorous, you know. But, for the Watson ParkerReese 4
35c lb. : !r. Indelithia Borras, Mr. Lee Ander- badly he was injured. I at once' life of me I could! not laugh. I II t
son Mr. Ralph Gilmore ''Mr. Pebley phoned the news to a reporter who replied i i Later I was told that'he.wearing the e. I ,i
Barrow' Mr. Ernest Amos Mr. John -"0, they do that every day," "bracelets" had been arrested some. Successors to Green & Watson.
Mckman, tar Edward Mitchell, Mr laughed and "rang off. '[.where in the country for swearing ,
I told another 33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
is That evening
This cheese strictly : outs Berlin, and Mr. Langley BelL news i ; 1 1I 1I

the imported articel: and paper matt who man fell about off it the and asked wagon if was the !, Then I recalled several Instances 'J I i I I MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.

is the very best to be had .MRS. DONALDSON: RETURNS: much hurt, and!! the reply-"O little than which several I had heard of which related I have and been more the I 'irit''llt' r"it'lttt7llo t"litft( CT 41lt r ft"
ROM BAPTisT CONVENTION.. things like that 'don't hurt a man.Somebody's e
world 1 and unwilling and ear
in unhappy eye
bean : AndlThe ]
Mrs.. Dora Donaldson returned yes-, you I witness on the streets of Pensacola : 1JtlltII
A new consignment of l eroay morning from Chattanooga I and wondered when and 'whete. profanity ; ---
where she attended the Southern Baptist Is lawful when and where a crime.
which she greatly; en- :: difference is' in the
convention; Or--whether the
Morrlll's oy.ed.Mia. .. witnessing officers instructions or authority i we .."......ee senses" aeo"" .4..oaeeeoeeo.".:

: Dopaldson says that, "In: num- Or whether-as appears to ,
ors, convention was the largest Smoothest and he the case of "spitters"-the difference ,

ever, held, there 'being over five thousand < is in the swearer. r.rANCT. I Graceful Parlor Pieces. i
SugarCuredI delegates ana J visitors. ,And yet-other men hearing and ,
I, There was perfect harmony, and It Best Ice Cream' : seeing their, fellowmen do those things .
was a great spiritual uplift to all who appear to regard such things as hu BOLERO.mlag t i i ;
Shoulders were fortunate ,enough :to be present .mprous. Awfully funny. Lauging ap- of Irish crochet appU i ind Is I : Our parlor furniture stands in a class! to :itself-substantiaj -

'The W; M. U., auxiliary'to the con- provingly and even admiringly if- charming in the extreme. It x how- ,. stylish, .and handsomely furnished. And these features I

antionwas, also largely attended. and Sodas their cwn women's e irS are not offended ever, be made of all over lace r?.Q coat i.f! :: are especially noticeable in our less expensive :
Ve 'Were'pained to, have Miss Annie their own women's clothes are not in[ contrast with the gown is desired or ,. pieces, and you can buy it with the positive assurance .
Hams and Armstrong resign after being our -endangered. of the material which matches j:. that It is reliable throughout no matter how little or how :
faithful corresponding 'secreaary for that ever tempted the How delightfully humorous such gain ': much you pay fdr it +
ighteen years.NWhtle'there. palate of lovers of frozen men are. Even a woman might laugha the skirt. I '. :

Bacon ''ent to the point on delacies are here-Jus! tthem, if :her sense of decency was ..-- ,
Lookout mountain from which on a* what you want, and: when,, less. t lOur Vudor Porch Shades and i
lear day it Is'said one.cari see seven you want them. Cream [But-when a woman's sense of decency I
tates. ,Wa: also visited Chickamaugaark packed in any quantity yields to her sense of humor, I
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which has six thousand' acres of and sent to your home. even a man grows shy of her. And World Wags WellI : Vudor Chair Hammocks
six' is evidence of self-re-
land enclosed'', 'and hundred monu- yet-there more I
eats and memorials to the dead of spect, more hope for ma.nhootil-in that i i
Sol Cahn & Go t>oth sides, of:.the war of the states. COFFEE, unfortunate man':; effort to hide his AFTER I make comfortable living for you and virtually) makes another -
And over.69ventyniiles of hard roads t Hot Biscuits and Rolls every shacfc&s, than in'any sense of real hu. BREAKFAST : room of your gallery. ''Shades $3.50 to |6.00 hung J
unnlng through the' 'park and kept upby L mor that any man can ;find' in the misfortunes free. Chair. Hammocks $3.50.
at 5 o'clock.! On
the federal.., Qyernment. i or indecencies of any other :
The, Put Food Store, "We >went out. on (Missionary ridge man or-womanr God help here .
here, some of th.9 most famous bat-, P05TU f :
Southwest Corner Pilafox and Intendencla' tIes were fou t We were fortunate in Mr. George B. ''Walker of Mobile is S TON & QUINA i ii
I Cafe. R
baTing Dr.,Miller"of Alabama with us, Kandy Kitchen visiting his brother Mr. W. C. Walker. i Iw ,
veteran, who was' -4- i
Phones 1l 8 I I!on.n i the old scene Confederate and could tell cs all about 04 S, Palafox. Phone '999 Miss M. -M. Ray 'Who Si now principal FOOD COFFEE" 108/110 $, Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
It. -, of the Century school which Is I "THERE'S: A
"Mrs. W. DL Chipley was .going to' to.be enlarged and another room added :;111111N1.14011111/f1111N11+NN11...1.IN/1 NN.1.1i

I, ". -. -' .. -". -. ... .,.. -. Alanta: Tuesday, .where she will re- ,, has 'conducted .the school so sue- e

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For $500' $ 900-Lot on W. Chase, near DeVil-

Just for a minute, please. If you are one of of the en- -block; $5250-9 room 2 story residence, near --

gaged young men This blo contains. Lots 13, to 19,, Inclusive; : of Escambia Hotel. ...OF'...
't. $1400-.5 lots in New City, near car
57, Belmont tract mast be soldat .
20 lots each 49 by ; line.$315H12 HOOTON WATSON.

Don't Make a Wrong StartBegin t once.We ( room 2 story dwelling, mod-

137 1-2 tGet This is will move in ''few days to the ern conveniences and cheap at

keeping house in your own home. Start right, and : t & T price.$5000decant. Leading.Real. Estate. Rental and Insurance Agency.
corrier of DeLuaa aad Government little home on
right away. If you are not able to buy a $2500.00 home a chance. to make, r- Palafox street.

buy one for a thousand of fifteen hundred. streets. "What's good eaotfsh for $1500-6. room cottage East Jaskson I2,500.00-f2:: store ""buildings and a dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near

some good money.. others is good enough ,for us." Our St on car line. Un on- Depot..:T A-fine Investment.
$ ,900-East Wright St., cottage rents $2,500.00.One"of the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lots,
The Main Thing is to Make a StartYour present office will then be for rent $10.$1300Store. each 4Qxl37# .;eet. .

() and dwelling East WrightSt $3,800.0025 very desirable lots on North Palafox. This is offered

respect for your intended should forbid you from corner. for:short.tizn.e' only

rented house. LESLIE E. BROOKS I $ 245- -4 W. LaRua on car line. 56,300flQrrLargS! 2- tory dwelling on North Palafox on corner.
asking her to leave a good home to
I MONEY TO LOANIn $2,500.00-6 room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125 feet.

See what we have to offer you. Phone 462 Fisher. Building large or small amounts; quick $3,350.0o.Nlee': rop'my'>" dwelling, with large lot, stables and out houses

': service and reasonable rates. 'ucellenLlot3.toij! >s on DeVilllers St

McDavid-Hyer Company, HOW ABOUT THAT $5,000.0tTwodwellings, in good neighborhood, near car line, on N.

biL LP WANTED,. Agents New York property you have? If you want to. Barcelona'St. ,
A.. :"""'""'" find a !purchaser, list with -
Life '
Pensacola Investment Company WANTED-Experienced -seamstressat Insurance Company.S PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

once. Apply 319 East Gregory. E. Government Street
L. S. BROWN & CO. ,
I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.W. 16may. ,-. ; Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. ::
"We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building.
H. V OWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. 'WIA.\TTED--tAn experienced man for J ,

J.1!!. STILLMAN, V..Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES UTERI Treasurer. soda fountain and confectionery; -
store etc. 'In good' country town; JOHN JACOB ASTOR For Farm Turpentine

Rae Estate, Loans, General Investments. must be a .hustler and />f. good habits.( Timber Lands or No 211 B Government St

Give reference. !Address' L., care of ,
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola* Florida. .
Pensacola Journal. IBmaylwWANTED Advised all young men to invest their I LARGE ,OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
-- .... earnings in suburban property and This little :brick.cottage is close to the business section, has 5
Neat girl, white or colored time would make them money. I on or rooms and hall, bath, gas, city water, sanitary' connection. It"Ul

for nurse and general housework; Now is the time to invest in Pensa. Turner Aymard make you a nice iojne, convenient tp your business besides being a
fII!:_ -- small family. < Apply' 11 E. Intend cola suburban lots. good investment will increase in value and 'If you should ever desire -
cia. '16may"WANTED tQ move you .could easily'find a purchaser at. a good increase,
Real Estate and CaP .
I 12 New City lots in an excellent locality -, 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs, Fla -
Savings Stenographer, lady
A Home 1 youn'g other to : Big.Profit t 1Il this :
; who can assist bookkeeper; state ; near seli'for-75 $100 I ; '

I experience and salary expected. E. There is money to be'"made here at We'believe.j'ou.-will'make a good profit on your investment in avery

W. E.; Box 35, Pensacola, 'Fla. $60 each. I FOR RENT short, time. We"have 10 .lots on North Palafox that-we can se'l
Eight lots half block'east of Stod-
16may4t I I for $2250.00.: These-lots'are right in line of the best residence district
AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESSAND dart residence; a bargain . .$1803One FOR RENT-Two story 8 room house, of this city and should even snow bring more money. .
DEATH. WANTED Men and boys wanted to I block containing 20 lots between I with gas, hot and cold water, and all j .

learn plumbin'g, plastering, brick, car line and Bayou Texar. Fine other modern conveniences. Address;i .,.' .

laying. Special offer 'life scholarship view! of bay. . . . .$3250 or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmay F' h erv ill e.'

American Insurance Company I fifty dollars, easy payments; Two lots near car )line E. Gadsden; I .

I position and union card guaranteed; unexcelled view of bay) . .$603 FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence Do not overlook this pretty.little village-on the bay. Nice people

the life free catalogue. Coyne Bros.' Trade One whole block on West Hill car corner Strong and- Spring Sts. j; ant: have nice lots from 175.00 to $300.00
Is only straight legal reserve company organized in Florida. live here ,we building ,
Schools, New York Chicago; St..Louis. line and on hard road,- 24 lots, none Apply to C. H. Turner. IQmay It is very cool:and,' pleasant' here in summer. 1

HOME OFFICE, TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 15mayly. better as an investment. . .$2000 SALE-One :
Pick one of these bargains and we FOR grocer's refrigerator FOR SENT Some nice houses. Call by our office and see our

ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 SOLICITOR W "TED-To solicit! forthe will arrange terms. capacity 200 lbs. Cheap. Apply rent list ; .
D. J. Cunningham Romana and Railroad
Workman of the World.
Pensacola Office: Brosnaham Suildire Will pay you weekly benefits in cas C. R. YAEGER Sts. 2may LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.

of sickness or accident. Takes care i
I of the balance of the family in case No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. ;
stores first floor of
on Manhattan
I of death. The best fraternal organization hotel, Corner Garden and Baylen. THE HSBER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
FOR SALE in the
FOR SALEAll country. Apply at No. I Just completed and arranged in first: ,
323 W. Zarragossa street, .between !4 J
Wanted class shape. For terms PHONE 87
particulars 206 SOUTH .PALAFOXST.
I kind of real estate for sale or List of Property for Sale by D. Hale a. m. and 3 p. m.WANTEDGood. s .. .1 etc., apply! Hooton & Watsoa. 29Apr

rent North Hill and East Hill vacant Wilson & Co.Oae HONEST WEIGHT( AND HQfXESTDEALINGSIS l
lots. Some choice ones at FOR RENT-After 1
very I cook. Apply at of our ntotto. Al: goods May furnIshed -
good bargains for homes or investment block on proposed street carline fice McDavid-Hyer Ca. .' 13may guaranteed first-class or money re-I cottage at "All Bay." Address Box -
New U. 815: Pensacola: >" 28apr Board and Rooms. nflsceUaneuos
City, overlooking BayouTexar : I funded.*Orders pteetei:witlfc us, bow .
One large lot on R R. good ..factoryOr and under fence. .. .$3000: WANTED-Everyone to "know t1 ::1.1 fever:: small, will receive prompt atten- FOR RENT-Second story over Lin-
One SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. n1 f
.warehouse site. water front
I One half block on Lakevlew; avenuein i' The Journal has nice, clean old papers L- tion. Get our prices before buying: denstruth's jewelry store. Suitablefor FOR RENTOne or two newly fur
the best
lot .
that a purchaser could make no TIC
settled neighborhood and on hard for sale cheap. Only five cents"- elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57 offices, sleeping: quarters or stor nished front rooms; southern exposure -
mistake to One 40-acre farm bathing and recreation be found
buy. i to i>!lithe
I' road, very cheap at. .. .$1500 I a bundle. I I E. Gregory fit Phone'825. 15may I I rooms. Lee Daniell. ; with privilege of phone. Loca-
of both Pen age Gulf of Mexico
160 Launch Le
ands one acres near <-.t
: : and business center -
One-half block ((12 lots) and six aewhouses 7 ; I. I ton desirable near
sacola. 1 II leaves city wharf daily at S:00: a !n.I
renting for $5.00 each with. I 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw
.1! WANlEDFhe :
WANTEDr-SetJea woman for nurse public" know thatthe I
Four choice brick business houses FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton Mfcr
_I on Palafox St for sale. Fine invest room for seven more houses. $3250 i I: Apply_701 ,North'Pa'lafox. St 9may Pensacola Buiiding! Association Belmont F 12may.
I SIS W. Apply to Walker Centrally lo
meat property. Few choice offices Two large lots and a good three I --- '---- has decided to follow the lead of the FURNISHED ROOMS --.
for rent. room and hall house renting for $6.00 I WANTED-A ood nurse. Apply! C progressve.: oun'g men who have estab- iLgraham. Apri120 I cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, If you will look around the hous.

Turpentine men all get rich and I per month; if sold at once. .$600 I H. Turner, 'corner Strong and Bay'I lished that modern and up-to-date clean beds. Apply 128% East Government you will find a lot of ways in whic.

have good turpentine business for One nice five roomed house in good: len Sts. 8ma \ thoroughfare, DeLuna street, ,.and (that A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for St 4maylm I you can use old newspapers. You

_ sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty locality with 37 foot lot renting for -.I they are an up-to-date, and modern rent, suitable for furniture or other OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens I can buy them in any quantity at ''hi-
J10.00 per month. ... :\ 0, WANTED-First-class barber for cut l' goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona bundles
round timber lease on which together $10 firm; and. have. taken offices June 1. Large, airy and delightfully office. They are put up In} .
with boxes good seven years longer. One-half an arpent and ten roomedhouse I ored trade. Ring 10101 ring 0 r.at. 210 DeLuna St, and are St Phone C30 SOnor cool. Good fishing, bathing: and convenient to carry and sold at Ih.>

Write or call and see schedule of in central part of the city, nice call at Sylvester Campbell Store, neardummy ready to serve the pubic: in boating. First class table. On electric cents per bundle.
shade and fruit trees ..$5500 depot Warrington, Fla. the line. ,ANTED.-Real Estate for sale or
? building General
property. contractingand car line, 15 minutes: ride from city. PANAMAS-Paaamas and straw har5cleaned
Vacant lots in of 24 apri. rent lease or exchange. Your bust-
any part the cit y
repair work a specialty, plans Regular boarders and transients.
bleached and blocked \lJ
Hess'respectfully! solicited.
at J. A. Wit.son
prices will
T. CRAWFORD that take. Several investments and specifications furnished with Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill
estimates expert workmen. Leave hats atFm.ierickson's -
that 'ill net 10 cent Estate Agent, 22% W. Government
per on short notice Jas. M. Inn Pensacola, Fla. 4may
tailor shop 34 S. Palafox!
315% Couth Palafox StreetDIRECTORY on the money Invested. WANTED Johnson, Mgr., L. Redeaback, Asst. street. Room 7, Salisbury
St. 6maylm
FOR RENT. building Phone 172. 23Jan
: Mgr. Smay THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent
Ten roomed house centrally located,, WANTED: -To hear from some one!. ,--- with privilege of light house keeping MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE
----- -
; and unexcelled for a boarding house,, that wants a New International Encyclopedia !' A."TED-Second -- --- 301 W. Chase. 3opr Mattresses made to order; old ones
on street car line, $35.00 per month cash or credit J. B.I hand furniture Money to Loan. renovatei New ticks furnish! I:.
bought sold.
and Ring phone 754 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for '
Five roomed house close in town,, -- rent Second hand furniture bought ant.
i Waddell Box 618 668. w "
or call 112 S. !
I at Tarragona St H. C. on North Hill car line; location I
large yard and nice out buildings, sta sold. Upholstering and repairing
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. 16may2w O'Hara. MONEY TO gone.
LOAN-Everybody 208 W. Gadsden
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F,1 t ble, etc., $20.00 per moatb. 2mayr from Jno. very Apply 114 E. Belmont St., city phone 771.
If what you want is not listed here money A. Hall &: street. 25april! Davis Mfg. Co. C. T. Davis
meets Tuesday evening at 7:30 WANTED Men to learn barbed r ,
every SURETY ON B01-DS-The: Co. 16 E.! Government street.
American .
call us up by phone 234 or call PLEASANT place to board 'on North
_ o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont an trade. 10 position for every
Surety Company, of New York 13I in need call on us. 9feblm
brethren see us at 30 S. Palafox street. Top Few Hill on car liae. Address No. 8,I TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tailor.!
and Baylen street Visiting graduate. wages paid. prepared to execute at this city with- .
are cordially Invited.T. > weeks completes.. Course includes I out delay Bonds and Undertakings MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per care Journal 27mar Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and:

H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. D. Hale Wilson & Co. tools and diplomas. Can quired( in the courts, and for the re- tonal property on short notice. Old newspapers at five cents a bundle I repaired on short notice. No. 111:1

'J. .W. GINGLES, Sec.Sljanfim. ly earn expenses if desired. Catalogue formance of contracts. Wm. D. Howe per-, Terms easy.. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. at this office. They are all clean West Government St, Pensacola, Fla.

mailed free. Moler Barber Col 1-,i attorney, 14a E. Government St. Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb and nle'&. I Idee.

lege, New Orleans, La. 12may6:*'I t 2maylm. J. H. PORTER sallmaier. 716 Soma:
MONEY good real e*
Palafox street Orders
I taken for
Pensacola Lbdgs. No.,3, K. of P. Late security, or on good collateral' HOTELS.
buy one or two lots in]l ANTED.-AU kinds or electrical tents, awnings, camp stools and house
,meets every Monday evening at 8 good locality and not too far out work. I sell all kinds of electrical at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall State price, terms and full partIcularin i batteries and other electrical Fisher building. 21 jan BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak ,Springs

over I\>u stable W. Intendencia St. first letter. Address A. M., care When supplies. LOANED Good beds, airy rooms, elegant SHIP CHANDLERS
you need me ring 345 or 955. MONEY on all kinds of personal I -McKinzle Gen-
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. JournaL' 9may E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build property on short notice. meals; free bath and sample rooms. lug & Co.. wholesale and retail shp:

A. KIRKPATRICK, C. c. ing, E. Garden. ISdec. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard upstair 'Special attention to traveling men., chandlers and grocers, only first-cla-"s
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S MATTRESSES RENOVATED- New 28>F South Palafox St, Phone 1144. Rates 2.00 per day.: J. R. Brown I house of kind in city. Fair prices to al.

tick furnished if desired. Guaran WANTED-The public to know that Bnor Prop.!

Meetings of the teed. Crapet taken up and matting we can do all kinds of repairing MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-

Knights of Columbusare laid if desired. Leave orders at float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. UNLIMITED amount,or money to loan HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES Willie Mima Proprietor. purr
held at their hall, I Green & Watson Phone 1S3. "marWANTED G. Welsh CarriageCo.. 27feb oa all kinds or personal property. Before laying your'carpet or matting ture repairing of all kinds carp ,

No. 8 West Intendencia Special rates to business men on large I buy a ,supply of old newspapersto laid, furniture packed for shjppm'
street on every -To sell a lot of old papersat i COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing leans. The New York Loan Co., 204% put underneath and protect it. Only Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landillf.29Apr.

Monday evening at 5c a ""bundle. Apply at this of and Cleaning. Club 212 N. DeVillers South Palafox. five cents a bundle at this office. I

7:30 o'clock. Aa invitation fice. They are all whole clean and. St., Mrs, T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. CARRIAGES repaired and repair :.

is extended nice. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida. Floats built; to order. Horse sb ,e'
to visiting. Knights. teed. Careful attention glen laU: *' LOST Rates $2.00 per' day. Nice rooms, Ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carrta
JOHN B. JONES. WANTED-To rent furnished room i la l garments. Phone 1222. gig good beds; table the' "best J. M. Fej Co. 27f. a
Save both
'EDM. FOX. Grand Knight by conferring with us I private family, on .car line. Bach LOST Gold square medal with blue rell, Prop. I7apf .
Recorder. when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See, lor. Address Box 114. 12maylw* W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants enamel on face, and engraved on GULAR HACK LINE-From Hi <

us about: some of the following: your moving and hauling. He guarantees 'back. Reward for return Sol Cahn & HOTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day. ley, making connections with :: -

I Store N. DeVillier street, renting WANTED-All owners of poultry t o all breakage. Fiona 630.WA.1'olTED.The Co.'s'store. 17may Special rate by week. Special attention launch for points on St. Andrew-.' .
Daughters of Rebekah. know that we are agents fort the-eel to traveling men. Free Extra teams for traveling men.tr( 0 :

Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of for $180 per year. .. .. .$1500 ebrated Conkey's Poultry' Remedies public to know that LOST-Jersey cow, strayed from ple room. rs.T, P. 'MauldIn, Prop.sam horses comfortable vehicles. Ca J.

Rebek&h, meets every Monday nightat > House on North "C" street, cheap I Guaranteed to cure, rupe, cholera! old newspapers can be bought at premises of Col. T. V. Kaler oa 15apr. or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, :Y
8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall. VIsit., at. ... ... . .$600 I gape and to kill fleas,-I.ce' and mites. this office for five cents a bundle. They Bay Shore Horns tipped! with brass. Telephone No 74. :,..jJ r

ing sisters cordially invited to be present House on East Ara'gon' street only r Also their wonderful egg producer. F are all clean and nice. Leberal reward for return to owner.

*. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .$650, S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. ?34., 5 may73t HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the For Sale
MRS. B. R. WIT year. American and European plan.
ISapr. r
KOVSKI. 98 acres of good farming land, a L -' OLD HATS MADE NEW-Panama ..- -
WILLIE LosT-Round Special summer: rates. 'First-class in
MISS KENDRICK Sec. bargain at ,;.._. . .. .$100Q>> and Straw hats cleaned, pressed gold brooch with diamond respect. Pleasant' FOR SALE--Some s'in -' '
every and good paying -
WANTED-To buy of,,/gold and silver setting. 'Finder return to C conven-
Four blocks in West King Tracteach. and blocKed. Panama 50c, straw hats s : ieat Mrs. T. L. Bowen I western bank. Will transfp : ,'
M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and ..__. ... . .. .$10 X) broken up stuff regardless of 25c, fell hats 35c. Work guaranteed.. H. C. Journal office and receive very sacola, Fla. Prop.,15apr Pen- good property if location is sut'If '>
sizes. Cash paid. Llgatman & liberal reward.
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 We have ,Klein 16may
other '
numerous Victor Louis
p. properties 100 E. Intendencia. interested address. H. A.. I>: .
m; Rafford Hall, No 10. West latendeacla listed with us''and it would pay r 106 E. Wright Phone, 1127. .', 24 aprlm LOST-Oa W. Intendencia street THE BROWN HOUSE" -Airy- rooms, Box 3, Pensacola, Fla. 16ma :w'
,longblack I
street you to consult us before making yOU r NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor ; collecting book good beds. Free baths and sample .
A. G. FELL Pres. investmentWe containing re- I
lot on East H11L. Address P.. room. $2 per day; Special attention WANTED-To loan on your
J. U SWEENEY. Sea are in receipt of advices ANTED.-Eledric work of all kind. ceipts book and bills. Reward for return : money
the fire insurance companies m I 0. Box 207. SOmai Let us dean: your fans repair:: your to Home Art Co., 3W. Roman, to traveling; men ,,1. R. Brown Prop, I watches Jewelry and personal ef

"- by us "That all losses in'represented CalIfornia .- : dypamo, do jour wiring, etc. Poona 12may. DeF uniak .Springs; 'Fla. ._ ISmarlm :. fects. Highest cash price for old %'< 1I.

Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. conflagration will be WANTEDr-We: want your orders foi]r r 670. Pensacola ElecMc Co.. 205 .S. 14 CENTRAL HOTEL, CJUPLEY-Op. I. and silver. Llghtman & Klein, 106 B
LOST Saturday, April
promptljpaid r presumably
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. F.. and that THEY WILL CONTINUE 1907 vArt Calendars. ,,0rer 300 ort. Baylen. from wagon, package containing. depot. Larfe. ,'and well lighted I Wright Phone 1127.

"%eets everyThursflar vexing at 7:30 TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE: ginal designs to select from.. Al I pair trousers addressed H. Moog.If rooms. Free sample\! room. Meals at i Ii

\Vcets- Visiting brethren cordially: FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOE 16febWANTED ., Co. w&nts your moving and bauuaj and ,resalve reward. 18apF. men. $2.00..per day.. J. M. Tug i tened, new oars and locks; also d "
t (vlted. E. GREENBLATT ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. All breakage guaranteed T. B. Taor- rgle, Prop. .13marlm j ble barrel breech loading shot g'J-r'

NEVILLE. Secretary. Protect you home and business; -The peoples to, know tha t sen. Prop. Phone '78. 18junelm.L CHIPLEY HOTEI .-Carl : used one season; all for $2 .OU. Address
I don't'want all Setterllnd
the clock
aad-watct ,
& A. M. B. E. White
Box 5 Warrinetf'
against lees 'by fire by ,
Insuring witl
L repair work in town, .tut Just eaougl h SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED ,A regular communication Prop. Special attention to commer Fla. 13mayl'W'FOR

W. 0. w. to keep me busy. Drop me a"card' or: -Highest price paid for gents 'of' Pensacola. Lodge No. 42, dial travelers. Free sample and bath

us.ESCAMBIA call at 600 E.' Jackson "(;.eo. B.,. Ivy, clothing only. Sell second hand goods. F. &; Al 'M., will be held:, rooms. Large rooms.with' good beds. SALE-Nice clean old newspa
Live Oak Camp .No.1, W. 0. W REALTY CO. 15maylwWANTED* $2 per day. 13marln
Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendencia. Thursday txight All members pers. All whole'and useful at jon;*
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd "" are requested to bpresent e I BAY HOTEL.-Open, night and or in your store. Only five cents P Wednesdays la each month. Visiting 204%| S. Palafox Street. TO RENT.:OR BUY.a_ smal 1 WANTED.-Hauling and transfer and visiting! brethren invited, European plan Rooms light day.and bundle.

sovereigns, cordially invited. Telephone 1052. cottage on water 'front Either o n work- Office phone' 363; residence I By order of clean. Transient trade -
'F. A. BOGHICH, C. (X General agents for State for HomLife shore of the bayous. solicited FOR SALE-Second hand 25 H ?'
e* bay or on one Address phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. T. E. HARVEY, We"M. 576-579 S. Palafox; 'Jw.S.. '* .
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. Insurance Co., ,of New York. H.,B, care Journal; Sm a J r Tarragona St -.4'\ 25m r. B. M. SOLOMON. Sec. Prop. Nicola New boiler.Method Will Laundry.13Ao'i.sell cheap. App-; r rh'a .

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:Montgomery.I-, Floss SALEOne machine* ,B.at 232, a Empire bargain.:Marianna 16maylw Candy G.Fla.:P.* t 140,1O4.r I : 1'! I YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLEr II / '

>R S.\LE-A lot of old newspapers. ,: I

J\cdrryta'SOnl put up in bundles> five celts convenient,per bundle for I jj Seven Days in a Week and Three Times a DayS : } <

Apply this officer I", .I 1 t' MOBILE. ALABAMA. B J { 'id1'! ''

FOR SALE: -500 good second' hand ;. : ; And yet stay within your means. It's merely a matter of management : II!; l

ns narrets fish and,suitable all: other for salting.purposes.. and, r,pack.'We "\i Private Wires N. Y.,,. N. 0,, and Chicago, MARKETS : -of knowing where to buy. Let us fill your orders. We fU rj f tt

im., repair and sell all kinds of second I i to satisfy you. No matter if want small steak i
guarantee you a or j| ; !:
Vucovich i.i i.
',idjid 1 barrels. Cooperage i COTTON STOCKS G AIN PROVISIONS and BONDS \ 8Ji :
t'0.< 9 S.phone Alcaniz 591.St. Phone 235 17maylm; residence ,i. ,' Naval' Stores. f a roast, or a few slices of ham, or whether you want a nice, big, ru ;: o: ,;.'ij'J.

Savannah, Ga., May 16.-The naval
-SAIL BOAT, 17 ft long 6 ft. beam; I t Bought and Sold on Margin or for investment. ; stores market closed today as follows: fine juicy tenderloin steak or a big tender roast, or a fat chicken .i ..

S-'i fathoms net, 6 ft deep. Sail new; 1 WiW'.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....495 We also with all '
boat in good condition. 'PrIce 30.00, 'J, Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 WG. .. .. .. .. ".. .. .. ...490N. IR or turkey. can supply you kinds of vegetables. !\ Jf! H I Il : :'
.. .. .. .. 1
414 S. Alcaniz St. 15may3t'l .. .. ... .. ..1485lb '
'ORS. LB-One white hall boat ISx ....+...........M.....M+.++....f..........* I... .. . .. .. .. .4 80 ru fU
ft. In first-class condition. ApPly K. "'. __. .... .. . .4 75 GARTLAND
8 to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, Fla. I.'> ... e. .. .. ... .. .. ...4 60 & ZELIUS! : .nrri

lw* II . . .. .. .. .. ..4 45 aw
j'iinav: : G .. .. . .. .4 40F.
FOR SALE i pool tables with complete .I .. . .. .. .. .. .4 35E. COR. BAYLEN & INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 I Ia22
outfit,consisting of balls cues,; ... .. . ... ... .. ....425'D. H l H
rack: chairs and ever.thin'g pertaining; W&tchYour Dollars GrowIf .. . .. .. .. .. ., .. .4 15 .
to an up-to-date pool parlor the propm -1 C. ... .. ... .395 22a22aa2aa2aaaaeaa aaaaa2aaea2aaaa :h II I
> of the late Mr. I. R. Wilson; will Spirits Turpentine 62Y.a cents.

be sold reasonably. Address Mrs. W. you ,'have-'no. money in the bank, by all : M I IT
Prescott Warrington, Fla.
A.15nuy2t* means.Start. AUSLEY Liverpool A CO.'S Cotton REPORTS Market. COffEE Legal Advertisements }rofessional Directory
FOR SALFr-Installment business with Clot TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of
about 00 leases and stock. Owner Account TodayDo Jan..rsb.' .................................... b.7T the Supervising Architect, Washington l# ;:
has other business. Good opportunl- an Feb.lUr.-April.Ifar........................6.78 D. C., May 9, 1906.-SEALED G. YATES M. U. : '
;\ for man with small capital. Address April-May.............-.... .02 We are the Pioneer PROPOSALS' will be received at this trr!
0. K. Journal. llmaylw it now. Don't wait till tomorrow, J .,.JIU1.... 6.02 Coffee Roasters of office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th OPTICIAN ; .

1 We JnneJsay .......... .................. .... 6.03 day of June, 1S06, and then opened T '
CITY MAPS FOR SALE Hooton & next week or next-c month, but Today. Jul1-J.Urust .......";.............. ........6.03 West Florida.McHUUH'S for plumbing and sewerage at Santa 306 THIESEN BUILD I\D :i'r :!'
Watson have just received a large I will add four cent interest compounded J..up.Sephmbw ...................,.... 5.86 Rosa Quarantine Station. Pensacola .<'1, :'. ,.
supply of the latest city maps showing { per 4 8ept.mbei-Ootob ...<... 6.85 Florida in accordance with drawingsand ; '. 'J
all of the :subdivisions.; The map _are semi-annually, and are' anxious to add your Ociober-N ..1.73NoTemberDecnnber specification, copies of which may
official and down to date and are I .' BLENDShave be had at this office or at the office of WM
mounted on heavy linen. Regular name to our already large and growing list DeccMLber-Janury: ,...5.77 the Custodian of the Station Pensacola HOWE, .

price, $2.50; special price on lots of i of depositors. It matters not how small Liverpool Spots,621.- Florida at the discretion of the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW'. .; d f

fhr men or Hooton more to&agents"Watson.or real estate 8may your first deposit is, it will be none the less New York Cotton Mark. no equal. A trial Taylor Supervising Supervising Architect.Architect.James Knox 14/2 t EAST GOVERNMENT ST, ';- -; 4'i!

open High Low OUM .
bit SALE-Large ice box, suitablefor will convince the connoisseur 15may6teod. ... '"' \:' ,: ..
appreciated. January 1075 10.80 10.75 10.80 :;:
grocery store or market and
March 10.75 10.84 1075 10.84 that we Estate of Henry D. PeIrce,' Deceased ;1
soda fount with .20 syrup cups. All in May 11.41 11.60 11.44 11.50 Creditors legatees distributeesand xi-

good condition.for other Will sell cheap or July 11.22 11.28 11.20 11.27Augnst make no extravagant all persons having claims or de- Pensacola, Si Andrews and : 1. '
exchange property. ApplyT. V.
11.03! 10.01 11.08 mands against the said estate are re- ',
J. Bucey 1021 Ninth 10.74 claims. : <'
avenue. September 10.7a 10.74 10.79
FIRST NATIONAL BANK quired to present them to me within
Tmaylm_ October.40.70 10.75 10.69 10.74 Gulf Steamship Go r f
from this date.
FOR December.........10,70 10.76 10.69 10.74 two years .
SALE-Registered Berkshire JTnr Tort Spoil, 12c Wholesale and RetailGROCERS ANNA L. PEIRCE, Executrix. STEAMER TARPON. 1 I ( '
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for OF PENSACOLA FLA. ;- April 12. 1906. oawSw ?|
catalogue. Carl Setterllnd Chipley, W. G. NARROW, Master \ I ;
Fla. Whut Dissolution Notice. FIRST Ss PASSENGER AND t /If: f :
W. H.&OWIM.> Pre a. W.K.HTXR.JB., P.-Pre.. and OasMer.T I Kirk
Opea Low ClowXsy,8i The firm J.. Huntington & Co. is FREIGHT SBRVICB>J :," I t.'
FOR SALE-NIce, clean old W, BRUT and W.N.ROBEETS Asat.GaiUer : '" .
newspapers 843 8S
at cents DIMCTOM, : -!. O. Brent. W. A. Blount .W, H. Kncxrles, W. E. fler.. Jr .......... 88la1r. from this date dissolved by mutual -lietwinSB- ., : .:
five bundle.
: This offlee. .80
a 0 D. G. Brent ; %-8144 80% 8135Open and all kinds of Feed consent. !All indebtedness paid in PENSACOLA MOBILE. APALACHb .-", ., .'<
.1( full. COLA ST. AN. :
Com. Stuffs.Pluto DREWS, MILLVILLE '.', \ .
Hip Low Cloie all on St Andrews '
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft, x.,............ 4834 494 48 4 49 D. BRADFORD And Carrabelle points and Apalachicola Bay f--_ ; .
lumber the other thirty thousand ca uIT-. ......4634. 7451 46H CH '" C. B. HUMPHREY. SCHEDULE 'i" 'r
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two ofTPensIcola Bonds .,, Pensacola, Fla., May 14, 1906. Leave Feueacoia Sunday: j30 [' .
Improvement WaterWholesale
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long,, City NeW York Stock Mark m., for MobUe Alt & f
6 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. ,A. Open dot CREW NOTICE. Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p. \ ': Im J '
Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mai Denomination. $1,000.00 Each, 8oath raPMlfla..n! "......... 66H 86Oopper Neither the captain, own- ., for St. Andrews Millville AP&. -I '
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric ...........1.......... 109H llOJg and Retail. ers nor consignees of the lac'aicola' Carrabelle and intermediate ;- ,'
car line six lots 100 ft. front Dated .,1,1906. Maturing Jan., 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1, 1926. J... 8.L......................... 134>j 137AWh A ss. Gracia will'! be responsible points. \ t.; ; f

by 137ft deep, ,corners $700, Insidelots.JjJOOv Interest Payable SemiAnnually.We ...............-......... 83 80HB for debts contracted by For additional information! '
There better situations 4.R-.. ..."......> ... ......, ,1Ci1i. 15T!; the crew of said vesselT. J. R. SAUNDKRS.B. apply: .t j .;1" .,
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are no 6. <
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than these lots. A. V. B TP. 'o; 84W 84" New Orleans Grocery RUIZ. Captain. R. COBB Pr '
Clubbs Offer For Sale These' Bonds Subject to B. 0 ............."...........107H. 10% GUUF TRIANSIT CO.. Gen. Frt. and Pass. ldent. .
JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of Krte.....:..................... 43" 43% Consignee. PensacoU. Fla.Agt \. ?s
Imported Olive Oil Retail by pint. Prior Sale, in Amount to O.T.I............,........... 60J6 61Jg
gallon or larger quantity, G. Morasso U. 8...............'............. i\X i\K Jas. McHugh e.
& Co., ship chandlers; and! grocers, 701 Suit Purchaser.. U.8.. preferred...........'..'.. 1M}{ 106 t
South Palafoi. 4oct. B.8.-/.U:: / ... ..... 29 Kyt Phone 105. Proprietor
!' Correspondence Invited. x..Ir 11'....:......'..... ...., 144 14554 & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY .
NOTICE TO DIDATE&-Those' Lead....................... 8131 W LOUISVILLE .
wishing to make a successful run M.P.-.......... 94r! 9434 Through Local Time Tablas Between Ponsacela and: Paints Nori.i.: ... .
should supply themselves with a bottle THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA Mot..1I53f 115 1 .
of PLUTO. Now is the season to o..n.Paa.........II..........160% 160:18: Marine Grocery Co READ DOWN READ UP
prepare your stomach, and liver ,, N.Y.C? ............-.........140 14134 Trains Nos. Trains Nos. .
against all diseases. Pluto will doflt PENSACOLA FLA. P.O .......................... No Sale 2 4 3 1 !
For sale by all druggists and grocers, B'Da.............,.......... 1294 1304 604, 606, 60S 610 S. Palafox St. h 5pm 1l:55am: LT. .. .Pensaco; .. .Ara 5I roam) 4:00p6:30am
........... ............. Phone 725.
wholesale by Jas ilcHugh. 8t.P : .161;, 16934 6:20pm Ar .. ...MontlOmery.. .. .Lv. 9:35pm 1l:15am-:
.B.I............................ 2d 23 : ( Ar.Birm:ngbtm .. LT. 4:.20pm 8:33a.
FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved W. 5808.C. 8,B.................;.... ...... 37H 1r.:18: V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We 11:45am 9:1Opm: Ar.. . .Na\Jml1e. . .Lv. 8:45am 2Ua
property In all parts of the city. T.C.L....;.._........ .... 147 14734 1:251Jm 3:17am
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, .W.UM .R. Prcsltftat.U. JOHN PFEIrTER. Asslstint Cashier: Peniu .... .....,....;.......... 1854 135Hfjjp will sell for ten days at les;I &: Opm 3:37am: Lv .. .sshvi e. . .r. 8:1 am 2:05am ,..
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone !. CLARK, ViM-Presidwrt... and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. .......... _..?-,-. ......149% 150Ja than cost: 1:25am: I 8:15am: Ar. .. .gvansvil1e. . .Lv. 3OOam I 9.:20pm .
172. 23Jan No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. 7:40am: 2:10pm Ar. .. .81. Louis. . .Lv 8:45pm 3:30pm

-' Smoked Halibut (very fine) 10 AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. per pound. . 2Ham: 8:8fJam: Ar.. .. .I. ulaville .. .Lv. 2:45am 9:30pm

from Pope$500.00 Mfg. Co. and They can sell cost you less autos than! New York, May 16.-Liverpool' was Blood Red .Salmon lOc per lb. 7:2"am: l!:Qln'n Ar. .. .CincInnati . Lv. 11OOpm: 16OOpm,
OF PfNSACOLA, HA. Holland. Herring (in kits) 60c pe:
unchanged on spots this morning,
horses to keep up. They can be run Mobile and New Orleans .
kit. . Between Pensacola,
sales of 15,000while contracts were
in sand or anywhere a horse can go. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY; OF UNITED STATES .
Leslie E. Brooks. down about two points. TIle traa'e had Kaiser Herring (in tins) 43c. pe: -64.7 2&.3. 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6 .
CAPITAL STOCK, 800,600. SURPLUS,'&O.OW. looted for a greater decline and as a tin.Salacine. . amLv---.PenHco .Ar 5OOamI4:06Pm 6:30pm '. ',"
FOR SALE-Three barber chairs and result our market opened stronger and Sausage (imported) 25i: 'l:0am'11:05pm.1l( : : tI
Ar .. MobUe: .Lv.12:4-0am11:59am: 2:35pu:
4:1Zpm ;
2:55am :
10:45am I
combination four-chair mirror. Callor DIRECTORS there was come good buying in evi- per pound. 1:15am Sl5pm Ar.. New Orleans Ly.l 8:15pm . .... 9:25am: (
write J. A. Billingsley, 14 E. Government dence caused i>y the spot demand We have a fresh stock of imported I 6:00pm
St. ISaprlm Henry L. Covfngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, abroad. We do not think there can Mac'caroni, Spagerti Italian Toman : '
Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville. :
J. M. Pfclffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. V.'. Lmer : Flomaton, ,
Black Artichoke
possibly be any material decline in Paste Greek Olives :s
FOR SALE-Ten new and second Bryan Ounwody T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, prices until this demand subsides. Navy Bread, Pilot'Bread, Italian HardTack l 21 I 6 I 1 ,I 3 J Trans'! not stop at stations 1 2 I 4 I 6 221y : .. :
second hand office safes different W. H. Milton, 0. E..Mauca, :
A. M- Avery The governments discontinuance of Boston Brown Bread. Frencl l DalulDaltyjDaily0.i where no time i8 shown 1 DaUrliDailr\Dailyban i : \ 1 : :
Eizes, best makes at bargain prices.: Dr. W. J. Hannah, fkkKenzle Oertlna, r
Scarritt Moreno, office East Govern W. L. Cawthon, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. illusion to the crop leaves each one to Bread Russian Caviar and Imported I ::::: .14:55- -- 2:3QI. 2.::6 Ly.... .. .E1omaton .Ar. 12(5 1:25: 8:25.: .... ;
Alex Mc6Qwln. form Ws own opinion from the weather French and Italian Sweet Oils. .. 5:90 2:352:5.: .. .Century .. 12(0: 1:21: 8:21. .... !
ment. St. 24mar &ta given. Mr. (price' is still in the We carry the only full line of Francis ,. ... 5:07 2:41'3:45.:: .. .'! ...Bluff.Springs .. ....12:23 1:1& 8U: ..... I(
FOR SALE-A fine piece of water Accounts, of Banks. IndivldualeCorporatione. end Firm. SoBcltsd.Four > 'prophetic role and is endeavoring to, Leggett's and Dodson and Brown'; .. : '2511'3:20.; :: .. .:.. .. .1lcDavid. ... '12:22.: 1:05: 8:06 ..... '
per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. create sentiment in the making' of canned goods in the city Gulf Cit:r . 5:8v; 3:0 ?: '! ..P lneBarren eo .. ..1:08: 12,5n: 755.... .5
front 50 feet
property front on West which he would probably ""be the greatest Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard,, . 5:39 3:1 '350.; .. .... .. Mo1no. .. ... .11:59: 12:43 7U ....
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, ""beneficiary. Daybreak Diamond Blend and POI,. .543..t. .4:04.:: ... .Quintette. .. .11:51.U:34.7:39.: ....
with a 4 room house, front and back While we can see nothing discouraging den Rio Coffee for sale: They are al I]l ... '5:53.g:26: +4.11..:::, ;:.. ..Cotta e Hill .. .11U.12:29.7:34.: : ....
has nice wharf about 250
gallery a .
satisfac .. Cantonment .. '11 40 12:26 7:31.....
tn the crop outlook. The fall and high grade's and give perfect .-5:57 s:29.4:15. -
feet long running out to deep water L HILTON GmN.PBIlIDln. T.E.WILLlJ:8.: VI01'PBUmu! winter months have been heavily over tion. . .6:01 .334'4:23: .. .. ? .Gonzalez. .. .11:35.12n..1:26.: : : .... .
from the front gate. For a few days R. M.BUSHNFJ..I. only it will be offered at only $1500 National Bank weak holders keeps these positions unsettled ..... '6U 2:45'4: : .. .. ...Ollve.. .. .. ..1l:22.1.q97H .....
cash. Apply to Jos. L .Johnson. at Citizens and the short ,interest nervous: .. .. '6:21'S:51'4:48.O': .. .. ..Brent. .. .. .11:15'12:04'1:09 ... ..
L Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may .of Peuacok rlorida.DIRECTORS. and at all times susceptible to any unfavorable QT/S 6:2i354'452: .. ... .Gouldi g .. .. .11:11.12:01 7:05.: .... .
weather-reports of any character .: ? 6:301 4:005:00 Ar... ..Pensacola. .. Lv. 11:0 11:65 7:00. ....
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT- 1orrlIBear. T.B.Welles. Rix M.Robinson. L. HUtro Grew. .
Gee. W.Wright. whatever. A peculiar feature of No 22
Houses on water front at- Little Ba- IXPRjrs5 No. 21
A CX/VIML/ 'ttAHKINC BUSINESS TRANSACTED the situation is that reports of crop P M A. M
}ou. near car line. Good bargains. damage mainly eminate from New PREPAID 5:00.; .... . 7.PO 1.v? ..Penss.col8 ......Ar 10:5( ...... 11:15 .
Apply to* Phillip Hannah,, Little Bayou.' York' and the grower is reticent as to iI.20: . . 713.: ,. .... ... .Bohemia.. .. .... .. ..... .... *10:65
.8may3w :- any sustain Injury. 5:22. . .. ... 7J .. ...Gull! Point.. .. .. .11:33. .. .. .10:63
FOR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and "'I To those who reside in the bet! it .. . . .... ,. ,. .YnIe3tra. .. .. .......... ... '10:50:
log cart; good team in good condition : JaaWise.y. ''Is, well known that unfavorable features 5:29.5:25.: .. ... '.7;18... L. ... .Escambla.. .. .. '10:28 .. *10:47
t and working every day. Price fB M.Pres Cans'OA."I'Im. ;; C. see'r. are always grossly exaggerated y S 5:40.: .. ........ 7:25. .. .. ...Mulat.. eo .. .. '10:19 .... .. '10:38:
1.500.: Call On or write J. A. Chaffin & Wholesale and Retail Dealer 11 hence we are led to believe that as 5:45. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .Harp. .or .. . ... ... . '10:33 t
i'o., Milton Fla. 29aprlm Domestic Anthracite little complaint has been made little 00 4 SO e 5:67.: .. .. 7:36. ,.. .Ga.lt City. .. .. .. ... .... .. '10:11 .
'Steam, C 0 A L tfamage has been -done. The emanations 6:03.. .. ... 7:39. .. .. .. ..M11ton.. ... .. 10:05.: .. .... 10:1. j' "
FOR S'ALE-Lady's saddle, extra ahd Blacksmith from New York are to create 6:351.: . .. .. .. .. .. ...Good Range .. . .. ..... ... 9:0: : J'.' (.
good; fine Shepherd dog; also Office-No, 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. sentiment and mole hills are made to 7"03'". . 8:15. .. ..H o. s. .. .. .... ... .. .. .. 9':1.. ....' J
brand new Century Encyclopedia, and r Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372': appear mountains.The 7:26.: .. ...... 8:30.: .. ... .MllUgan. ." .. 9:12.... .... 8:62
dictionary. Address 1102. East Gads Tara. : c.Q."tl '! !: amount of missionary work ex 7:40.\. .. ..... 8:38.. ... .. .Crestview: .. .. 9:04. ..... 8:38 ,
den St., or phone 235. 9may pendedIn cotton and the rtuults are y 8:09': .. ... e 8:56.. .. .. .Deer Land. ,' .. .. . . . 8:01 ;
: wholly incumme rate and it will .require : .. .. 9:10.. .Mo sy Head .. .. .. .. 7:49 '
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-:: Those ,.. ........... .. ...................i.A..... ..........AA... ..A..A............."..... IC some factor,other than talk to t 8:33\\.. ..... .93; .. .DeFuDiak Springs. .. : ... .. 6:51 .
wishing to make a successfulrun, .T.. work any pronounced change either : .. . ... .9:; 4.. ; .... .Argyle. .. .... 8:33... ..... 6:42 '1
should! supply 'themselves' -with' ,a bot.tie : from 75 cents to 4.00 each. way.. 9:521. . '.961;: ... .... .Ponce DelJoon. ... .. .. ....6:20 ;
W t ,
of PLUTO. Now is the seasonp.epare .' ... .... '..
'. The summer months look to us dan 10:121.: . ... 0:1: '.. .'. .WestvlIle. ? u. .6:00:
your stomach and Kver FL'Y CR'E'ENS' Strips and Wire to make The fall inviting and selling 10:221.: .. .. .. .loan. ,... ..Caryville. .. .. .. 7:12.: ... .. 5'62 ". !
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. own Screens. of gerous.the latter on bulges seems indicated AS. BLUM &CO 10:45.. ... .... 100.: -. .. ....Bonifay.. .. ..... 6:65.: ... 54 i!
For sale by all druggists and grocers, your Yet to offset this somewhat it CH 11:12. ..... .lO:4L..Chlpley.: .. .. .. 6:31. ... .. .. 4'55 !
Wholesale by Jas McHuga. seems that the trading public are 51? AND 519 WEST BAY ST, 11:29.: .. .... 1b:58.: .. .. .. .Aycock. .. 6:27. . 4:39 '-; I'
;. Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & ,COConsumers' '; heavily long of the July position and JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11:43.: .. .... 11:07 ,. .. ...Cottoadale. .. .. .. 6:18.: .. .. 4:21 ,,

FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. .A.. ......".................;........... ..: ..:.J..AA..A..A..4.A........ ........................................AAAAAA..AA'I equally ieavily-short 'of the winter 12:10. .. 11:25 .. ...MarIanna. .. .. 6:00. .. ... .. 3:53
Apply 1408 E. Gad.'den: St or phone V .. .Cypress. .. ... .. ... .. t
months, Just the state of affairs mat l :.UI.. .... '11:45.. .. .. 5:38.: 3lt
S53 6rin'gs.Irs.. J. J. Rogers.' .. .' desired by theNew York clique now MorrisDannheisserFormerly : ... ....'1l:52.. .. .Grand Ridge. . 5:32... .. 3:01 <
ISmaylm. '- manipulating the market but. with the 1.13.. .. ... . : .. ... .Sneads. .... 51.: ........%:48
Order Your outsiders long 'of July as largely as of Dannheisser Bros.) .. 12:15 '.. .PJver Junction Y :10.: . .. 2:3( .::. ; ,
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best' sit. they'are the hope that the Price interests Pure( PId Rye and Bourbon. Fln I 10:501..1.I IAM .. .. 7:40 Ar .. .Jacksonville .. Lv I 90:; .. ... 4:00 "
uat'cn' in the city for 'a' tourist hO 'ICE, COAL nd WOOD will bull July grow very faint. Wines, Beer and Tobacco. I I. ., .P M I A Y f Pf
130 feet fronting south by 172'feet .
from the 21 12 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car betwe! .
deep cn East Government street, over:? Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty TraIns and :
!oolong Seville square.' and Adams ; Ice and Fuel Company. A. M. LeFRANCAIS, Pensacola and 'JaekscnUle via lUver JunctIon and Seaboard Air! Lena ,
i eo VETERINARY SURGEON 12..W. Zarragoasa Street 1
street with open view of Pensacola -Corner Chase and TamronL Phone 259. --- FLORIDA: Trains stop on ili&1.'
lay, $10,000 will buy the property. omc PHONE 491. T LAy
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< I would not need the. ryices/jOf professional Instead of' In his dear'.classic Boston, Jeffries battle with the only prominent after the season was over had about
Rate WddeB Aain on i Terry?M CoveTn Joins the scrappers. But get 'red has'withered away like a ,rare rchld heavyweight never defeated by of Pennsylvania wrestlers eight men who'were being paid to play
Connie Mack's Team Brooklyn Ball'CIubBaseball Tenney in Boston could use severaX engrafted on the root of-an unromanfic the last named, the present'claimant td ; 'Cornell Georgetown Is at length to have a
competed in
chwnplc-nsttip who against a recent university gymnasium, one of the
?The most violent words Tenney, 'ere/ cauliflower. the world's title."Twill fond-
I uses are "piffle" and .f dge." ; \ Recently: John I*' made frantic effort meet all four in one night, dual meetbetween the two'col: est hopes"of the students of the Wash-

p. S.-National league umpires.will to stay the wilting process. "Ha anytime, any plnce..and forfeit much leges said that the. Cornell grapplers ington institution being realized by
e I j I not struggle ,for chances to work ln, rha,"' said he. 'the ,publlc..forgetting. good'money of the realm to any, all or smeared their} bodies with: oil before that announcement The plans sub-
Brooklyn. this season.; ,-me.*? I must be up and doing. Leni either if any all or either last four going on the1 mil;; ..If: would.'be an odd mitted by the architects have been approved -
Talk I -' me see. There's.that'dub' Jeffries. I rounds. I can easily take off thirty or thing''if a college wrestling, team actually and 'the contract has already
International Yacht Meet. WIn challenge him. He won't meet.roe.He forty pounds in training. and, havingmy did turn a trick like that and been awarded so that before long the
An International yachting regatta is. is' afraid of me., He" claims the famous right cross to the point .of still more odd''that Pennsylvanta'would work will be under way. It is expect

... being planned by President. Tucker to ;world's championship. but he never de. the. jaw Intact' I will be in great shape." have' wrestled under, those 'conditions that the new building will be ready by
i _/ ., without making a few general and'discursive September. It is to be of concrete and

John L.'s Weight, remarks protest brick and will cost 50000.. The site is
[ John L. Sullivan In Good + Automobile. Mechanics a With, thirty or forty 'pounds gone, Amos P. Foster, who was. coach of just north of the Healy building and

Ttlkin Form I PuazBntf Study John L. would, weigh about %50. the the University 'of the Cincinnati. football faces Georgetown field. The building
&hks ideal fighting weight tfor the human team fast' fall.I. ;has been} -hired to :win be a one storyand basement affair
v pachjdermclass, take charge of'"the team'it tle'{ University dimensions being lOkJby SO feet

r Well John'Tj/s challenge was not ac of Nebraska next season. Foster The gymnasium. will occupy the en-
MACK manager of the to be able one day to tell what he will ; cepted. SOhe.must be thechampion. will succeed '''B mmr.". Booth of tire main floor. Circling the room ata.height

Americans Ath- I do the next. He is as apt to lead a circus -,.-' ,,, Such:cowardice on the part of Jeffrieswas Princeton, who Is .now |n. New York of seven feet along the wall
,CONNIE, is a man of wondrous parade or to play marbles with a 1 tia Jc 'rkt4 unlocked for by the public.As practicing law. Foster was in chargeof will be a banked running track for indoor .

Connie? has signed crowd of newsboys as he is to pitch. for Bums, O'Brien and Hart their that famousorganization7:in Cincin-, ,; work.
'Rube Waddell for another reason inBpfte I'I' When in form Rube is a second 4 .y failure.to.'accept is most reprehensible. .
of the eccentric twirler's defectionat Christy Mathewson. but he is in form Perhaps, however they mistook the
the time of.the world's championship: only occasionally lIe is as likely to nature of the contest. "Four rounds" ,
series last fall. strike out fifteen or sixteen men as he may not necessarily mean rounds of ; -
That Waddell is one of the most un '113 I to allow fifteen or sixteen men base .r fist fighting:. John L/s name has been
certainindividuals in the game was,I hits. All signs fall when Rube enters of Icte 'years mysteriously associated
clearly demonstrated last year when he, the with rounds of a different sort. Is this
claimed to be unable to play in the box.T. the-answer?
games with the New York Nationals, I McGovern, Ball Player. 2r a4t .
the games in which his .services were 3 j The Brooklyn Baseballclub of the The Automobile a Puzzle. ..adZ .
most needed. Waddell maintained that i I National league is giving Terry Me- To the average mind the. automobileIs
an injury rendered him incapable of I III
Govern a tryout Terry long a most perplexing problem. The
playing but in some mysterious way s shown baseball symptoms, but even'',If i untutored Intellect can no more master
the public obtained the idea that the II he doesn't "make good" on the diamondhe A.v, the intricacies.of construction, etc.
injury was not so serious as claimed. would doubtless
prove a most valuable thaaa' Hindoo idol can translate Welsh
Later Waddell Issued a signed state- acquisition to
any major league
trte. slang, tnto'' Egyptian hieroglyphics:
ment to'the newspapers, setting forth ( team. Think how useful he could le a ufix"- .
Sometimes explanations only make # Xq '
his aide of the controversy. This puta make himself in supervising umpires qy 4; t"x 5 .i. a 3 > Y w
[ matters worse. A friend of the writer ? eat afyT 4 rwa, ., tY' ,
stop to conjecture as to the real ay
[and passing judgment on their de-
I : f recently visited -an auto salesroom In
cause of his failure to do the twirling jcisions
I seems te be no doubt Chicago and on asking questions about
stunt that the"Brooldyns will.finish near the :. :
I : the mechanism of a certain car the r t +.vi
top this year, unless Jeffries Burns, kind manager replied as follows:
Like an Opera Singer. and Fltzairnmona
I Corbett hire themselves
"You see, when the piston comes up
Rub 'B as erratic as a grand opera to rival teams. Of course, with
I and compresses a lump of gas a spar'
.dame. No one not even himself, seems Fred Clan ke,ia Pittsburg and "Mugsy"KITTY" *
i _--T- : :, Jumps in and touches off and the engine -
} K gives a poke which turns the

crank shaft around. Then the piston r t"N .
,909 comes back and chases out the burnt 4 :'Y. uw .A Yr',+'w A. 4'
4 p gas and takes in a fresh charge as' 1t b -
goes back then it comes up'and the load

.f gets a spark again' and the piston' is -
blown back and the 'crank shaft gets

another poke Just as before. Every :
,( :4t;
: time a spark. let In the.engine gets
r 1 a'poke and gives It to the-crank'shaft, _

you see. It's perfectly simple." # t iti, PAa

,)#r fl'. ":,7 Yes, ''perfectlyPsimple; to a man who H r ,4p:a } b
JOHN L SULLWAN A HE APPEARS TODAY. has spent a lifetime In a machine shop.

4i y ,, \ ..
Yr Vanderbilt Won't Try For His Cup. d.r.J '
be held In connection with the-coming tented me. His refusal to fight will .
Since William K. Vanderbilt, Jr.,
Jamestown (Va.) exposition., The races S"lve'to me once more the world's cham- returned _
from Europe and let it be
are to take place in Hampton Roads, pionship title. Then once more will "
known that he having. a high -
Chesapeake bay and the adjoining Atlantic ,.good old John L. be the greatest of powered
racing car built there baa been
an 1'a
coast waters. Emperor Williamof heroes. My picture will once more ia:
Impression In many places that he will 2a
Germany has already signified his clothe the walls of a nation's barber
drive the car himself In the Vanderbilt
Intention of co-operating and of encouraging sh ops. Yea, even the purple .nectar of
'German race and try to win the trophy of
entries. the distilleries will flow abundantly amy t
The idea Is which be.is the donor. This 'is not to
present to limit the length faintest whisper. The world'schampionship
of boats to forty feet as'these be expected, however. Mr. Vanderbilt
could be
belt studded with
,dry easily shipped from Europe aboard any atones, will one more come hometo precious wUll probably referee. the race, as usual CROWN PRiNCE"CONSTANTINE OF GREECE, PRESIDENT OF
I '
of the big transatlantic liners Several! roost on papa's 'tummy' and the HARRY GRANT. 1- ; GAMES.
English yacht clubs. have. premised to 'voice of the happy newsboy will one* .
.. send entries. :more my name acclaim." Before he WILLIAM COLLIER'S TOUR. Crown .' Coiistantfne
S{ 3 My Y r pr1D of Greece 'is chiefly responsible for the success
woke up he summoned his private William Collier and company have of the recent revtvaT-of the Olympic games In Athens. He is president' of the
John L.
Heard From. I secretary who was enjoying a day off sailed for Australia. an extended engagement International committee and-succeeded inyalstng a large sum of money to
The once mighty'John L. Sullivan ;from the iron foundry and dictated the Mr.: Collier will appear In defray a part of the expenses, of competing athletes ; it was at the request of
BRANSFIELD OF PHILADELPHIA token of an illustrious past, has a following defi "
"The Dictator "On the Quiet" and Prince Constantine, that President Roosevelt appointed James E. Sullivan of
NATIONALS. sense of humor that forms his best "I John L Sullivan hereby Challenge; other plays He will return via Louads" the Amateur Athletic .onion America's official representative at the Olympicjramea
means of advertising. John. .. chafing I Tommy Burns "Philadelphia JJ don, where he will again appear. *

+Cleveland. . .. 14 10 583 Brent ? .. ... .S!? .Bergen ..... ...,. "
"" "
SPORTS St. Louis. ? .. .. 14 11 560!; W. Bell .. .. .p. ../. .-..HannahiBlount
I Wasb.-.ngtoni.: .. .. .12 12 600 I' .c.Russel I SHIPPINGNES[
New York. ., .. .. .. ..11 12 478 1'------- AFTER THE FIRE WHAT THEN .

MENS Chicago. .. ? .. ... .10 14 417 The St. Aloysius team defeated the ,
Shreveport made it -three straight Boston .. ? .. .....8 19 296 Pensacola High School Jrs. in a hard: J I I I A their complete loss by fire prevents many people taking up :.
were before. Often they are unableto
from Atlanta, and it is likely that the ,.\' fought battle 'before a large crowd at Arrived. \ rebuild or-buy a new stock of goods.

husky band of Pirates' would have Yesterday's Result, Palmetto Beach Tuesday afternoon by 'Kirk 'ood, Br ss 1952 TUlloch Rio
I made it four straight but for the in, Chicago 6, Washington'- 5 (ten in- a score of 9 to 5. KTiie c'e Janeiro to Keyser & Co. ', LET US..,INSURE YOUR PROPERTYagainst

BATHING terference the weather which stopped nin'gs.) linkup; .; = ... _=. Rebecca' ..Crowell Am bk 451, Daw,
one battle. Atlanta playe I l Philadelphia 9. Detroit 2. Henry. v .. .q... .t... tat Porto Rico to J;. IL {eyy.A Co. loss or damage by fire. Protection and prompt

Shreveport to a standstill in each con New York 5, St. Louis 2. White. . ..p. ."tir.t.HartmannBrawner. ---' settlements.

test, and GUks' bunch won each game Cleveland 7, Boston 6. -.. .lb. .. .M.JOhnSOI 1
by the small margin of one run. Shuttleworth. _.21? :cSchwalenberBorras. 1N-CRT.a. 'Insurance> ,. TKuOwIes I Bros Gen't 1 A is t

Vaughan's false alarms of Birmingham Blount's Victorious.'Blount's ., .. ?ss;.. ... .. e Fir, Lifc PrnsaeolaNNNNIIIIINNNIONNNNNNiNNNNNNONNo
SUITS were, again shutout in New Orleans I Sheridan. ? '. .3b. .- .. Kearney Luke1651 -. .
;yesterday, and are tied for third team took another feather C. Johnson.:.'? .. rf. ;.aicHugiZelius Capenor Br ss Porto
Prayo to Rlx M. Robinson.
place with Memphis. The t'.e! will i in l out of the High School team by de ..- '? .cf. ; .'? ?.BickerColeman. :

. all likelihood be :broken today as the i feating them 27 to 11 yesterday after' ? .If... ;,. .Swale e! Clematis, Belgian ss, 2267, Leenaers, .
to S. Shotter & Co.
noon. B'.ount'a team took the lead in Antwerp, P. .
Memphis.'and.Barons. will tangle up II I Exmoor, Br ss Storehouse. 2297,:
the first
inning and though the High '
BEST' with each other. If Vaughan and his I Not if as Rich as Rockefeller. I Madiera to
School tried two batteries i
bunch do trimmed Roberts they could If you had all theweath of N6AOOIB
get and a Rockef 1- A
Gracie, Span ss Ruiz, 2122, Port :
stop long hitting of the other
few of the faithful will ler, the Standard Oil yoicould
more go"Bugs" magnate, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. i
in Birmingham. The line up: not buy a better medicine fo rj Ida, Span ss 2267, Liverpool to S.' H IronWorks and Supply Co. I Io
Chicago and New York are fightinga bowel complaint than Chamberlain'sColic P. Shotter &; Co. -
hard fi'ghtfor first honors 'in the\::1 Blount's vriPerris P. H. S. Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined Manufacturers and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, t

QUALITY I National league, with the team of thmetropolis' . .. .. .rf.. .. ..Roberts The most eminent physician can n Ant-dl' \ ; FORGING; 'MILL' AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP

i leading by six points. eI il Philips: . .. .Eagan prescribe a better preparation for colic 1-1 i Verbena, Br. ss. 1504, Mana, Nor-' J REPAIR>* SPECIALTY.. Prompt attention J Wi to all orders, *

I There will l>e a shifting of positions'I'I Wilkinson. . If.; .. .y'': )JuUard and diarrhoea, both for childrenand I folk; to H. Baars & Co. day or' eight: Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and *
in the Southern league today.: Mont Friedman(Brawner)tb.. .. :. sT;Bell adults. The uniform success oil ghlpa. i Timber i oas, also chains.of aH descriptTeas.: Office phone 123 Residence *
t L. Bell. . .. sb.. ... .White phone 1029. P.; Box
this O. 123. PHIL W1TTMAJJ %
will Birmingham remedy has shown Mgr
I gomery playat Shreveport, it to be superior : Canara, ItL! ship 1495 Repetts, Genoa I. ,
:Avery. . .. lb.. .. :''Morgan to all others. It l NININI,IINt1NNNNN/N111.NNINNNNN111e
AT' 'I at 'Memphis, Nashville at New never fails!;,' to Master.
Orleans and Atlanta at 'Little ,Rock. and when reduced with water tnd a Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyth,
sweetened, is pleasant .take. Every,' Rio Janiero to order:

family, should be. supplied with it I t.:: 'Ophelia, ,Nor ship, 1127 Larrsen, ', '

: ;,;; STANDING AND, RESULTS Sold by allDOINGS" drUgbt.x i: Dunkirk.; ; REWARD !

Southern League. Btriu. ,

Won Lost Pet You're Not IN THE Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson

Shreveport.-. *.- .. .20 6 769 r New Orleans to A. Zellus.' Reward.-A.1i. reward is offered. by an invalid for the

The John whiteS I rl'ewOrleans.. .. ..16 9 640 Dharwar, Sweed bk., 1271, Olssen,
;. '.. .. ?18 12 600 LOCAL TRIBUNALSB. I .Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer. I restoration. .- of. a policy which he lapsed while in good health-

Memphis .j .., .. ?15 10 600 Well Dressed ,King 'Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 1233, Ge-! Address "
+ Phone Atlanta. .; ..- .. ... .13 15 46 4c i'oa to Huges & Co. 'Short igbt.cd 1 13 Short Street.

r 225. Montgomery.-. .. .. ?10 16 385; J. TRABOK SECURES. INJUNCTION Luisa! JtaL bk. 1591' Montano, from. 'I Take
Nashville; -.. .. .... .10 20 333 "I NoUoth'to master. 1 a policy. in the Union Central and hold on to it,

'Little Rock:'., ;. .. 6 20 231 1 AGAINST OWNERS OF Lake'Erie, ItL bk., 928, Efigan, Bas-
205-207 8. PAALFOX ST. 1I I Unless You're som tp Master. |

Yesterday's-Result. CITY OF TAMPA.B. Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112,I 1' B. WIUIAHS, General Agent.

Ferres, Mentevideo to German Amerl-
Shreveport; Atlanta 1. i
r _
'New Orleans, Birmingham 0. J. Trabok has instituted can l/brv/ Co. j '
SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES 'Montgomery 5. Little Rock 2. Well Shodj" proceedings injunction ::. Paalo Angelo, Ital. bk 1136, Bezzo. : -

Diebold Safes 'Memphis 5. Nashville 4, and W. M. Berry.against in Charles the chance Mason )' Parkwood Nor bk 756. Lunde- .................. ........o........ .o++.....t
:Buy division of the ;}; guard, St Nazaire to Ord'er.' I{

Scarritt Moreno Agent. South Atlantic League -. alleges that circuit the court respondents Complainant t. Precursore, ltal bk, Schiaffino, 1508, II

Won Lost PAugusta. :The dressing of the faetds; as are owners of the boat "City bf Tarn 'Genoa 'to Rosasco Bros. LOW COST AND SATISFACTION j jJ

....*."*..* .*--- .-. t. .. .. 18 S 692 imperaaive as that of the leaCl' pa." which operates between Pensa tSterling. Nor bk, Ellepsen, Lab'.taBay : '''' '
f "f > ', 'Hu'u>:nBHt: : t4': or body. I to order..
.._ cola -
Charleston..14 11 560( and Milton. Con lainant forth r
-.- .. i avers that the There are two decided advantages gained in cooking w;',ii t
Jacksonville*, ..13 12 5::!U more respondents scrape o:r Schooners.
... Nothing detracts from
... .. Iacon._ .. .. ... have their boat t gas *
-" i.' 12 14 462 the appearance than poorly scraped and flue:S Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter,
Columbia. ...- ,. .11 15 424 dressed feet .' cleaned] and the refuse thrown on his: Mantas to J. A. Merritt & Co. | First Low Cost. '

JOS..COlEMANENTIRE. Savannah. .... ..,. .11 16 407( boats"which are anchored close :hj Annie F. Kimball, Amer sch, 337. .1
'- The easiest way toptaa; ; the The injunction prayed was temporarJ I. Sweetland, Havana to master. *

yesterday's Result J feet properly shod Is ,to- rin$ ly granted by -Court Commission' r Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod I Second, Satisfaction.

Jacksonville)! 3, Charleston 0. them to us. Coston. 165 Cardenas. .
Augusta 5,- Savannah .J. Criminal Court : Instead; pf ,the old fashioned way of wagon and coal *
S. G. Haskill l, Am sch 569
.- ( Macon 9;. Columbia 8. .The next time )'ou need 'foot- In the county,;.criminal court vest er. hew '\York to Order. : had, ;you have your fuel delivered to you in pipes, at your *
r4 w. ar Just leave It to:your feet t. ft-ay.! Judge Beggu disposed of severa Instant command and paid for after you have used t J

B S* National League. They will find their! way t
I Won Lost Pet. store famous and' into a pair Ji :' Of" our i practically all' the op the defendant Its IS YOUR COAT DUSTY installed' complete: f oV thirteen, dollars. !

New York.. ;. .. .. 22 5 710Chicago : were- negroes; i"v 'Ii. -

FUR.NISHER ". .. .7 .. .. 19 8 701 George Barnes, .a fvfhite man wa You Probably .Have the White Scab II ... .
Philadelphia.-.. -. .. ..16 13 552 OXFORDSv. fined $250 and six months in jail on :i a .of Dandruff on .It. Pensacola Oas'Company \
r Pittsburgh .. .... charge of selling liquor without ii!I- ,
? ,,14 12 5Boston' All leathers all a It your; coat or shoulders 'havewhitia a
".!! ; .0 ...- .. 13 13 51 38I. t styles.", c?nse. The sentence was suspended I. dust upon it, the chances are ;i; Phone 48., 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. J
tf St. Louis:,- .-. '? 12 15 444 :- pending good behavior. Barnes i& f ill] that it is from dandruff The only way

TO 1;: Cincinnati.: .- -,. .... i 9 20. 310 : at present, though of course, he. wa sI I to permanently cure dandruff is to re- INIeNNNHNOI t.............................NIrm

: "1 Brooklyn. :. :. .... 8 21 2Yesterdays 16 iH1 \ present at his trial. 1 more the cause, which is a geNetrbm's -
to Suit I
Herpicide kills the ge "
Result Lillian Hester by her next friend J r. $v9ry.tailettableshould.have;. ( suc rm.a

Boston 6Cincinnati'5.Brooklyn F. Wight filed suit against Eugenia B L. hair-dressing that contains! also the destroyer '
MAN! AND B0Ii I ,3; St. Lou's 0. O. ANON Hester for damages in the sum o f of dandruff and hair fallin Picture .Framing a Specialty Here.
$300. The suit
in cii
Pittsburg 11, New York 0. was the + germ. It stops all irritation, g'e
I cult court make the .framing _of pictures a !
specialty-give to each Job:
sweet wh e.
Chicago 1,' Philadelphia 0 (ten innings the scalp pure and lesom .
; the most perfect finish possible.:
Municipal Court. Remember Bring us that picture that'sbeen
;< ), that something claimed'? to
C/.SH CLOTHIER, Judge Lan y had a gentle bunch'o f be "Just as good" will not do the laid away. so..long--our framing will increase it's beauty: I

Ii 212 S. Palafox. American League. doves and ducks before him ;yesterda;r I work of genuine Herpicide. For sale ten fold.hott .

| ?, Won Lost Pet Corner p lafoll0d'Uatn aborning. The result was that he fount 1 by 'w, A.* D'Alemberte, druggist and cO.e's.
I ,
seven guilty continuedtwo I Book.store.
; Philadelphia ..... ,V ..17 7 70S cases a nd I apothecary 121 Souah Palafox street
; discharged one of th+s v unfortunates f, or send lOc in stamps for sample, to.! ? .235. 213 South *
Detroit .. .... .. ..14 10 583 Pmlatox Street Pint sol
} .- A total of $39 and costa. --.was assessed. The. Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich.p i .1 1 j l :



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