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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Commissioners: from All Parts of SOUTHERN METHODISTS Returns Thus Far Received 1 Indicate I NATIONAL'! County Democratic Organization .l i ,:H

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Southern States Gather at ELECT THREE BISHOPS Nomination of Park W R P T TUnlo Will Convene and Count I ,; :: Ali ," ,

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By Associated Press. recess until three o'clock 'this after. on Rate Bill. '

Ruling Elder G. Hall, of Birmingham, May 17.-Dr. John J noon when'the balloting was continued Official Count May Be Necessary J .t J ;
for the third 'bishop. H. H. BUCKMAN NOMINATED BY A ;
Tigere, a native of Louisville, book editor
Nashville Selected. Three ballots for the third bishop MAJORITY! : 168 IN to Determine Nomination.
and general secretary' the general taken the afternoon session OF DUVAL ENTIRE ,DAY IN SENATE DEVOTED -k r
were at l Will Aggregate Fully 25 Billion :f A
,conference of the Methodist Epis- of the Methodist General Conference COUNTY MANY PRECINCTS TO REVIEW OF AM DMENT1TO t .
copal Church, South, and Dr. Seth and taken to :
adjournment was even 'f
KEFCCTS Ward of,Texas assistant secretary of ing, when the balloting was resumed. HAVE NOT YET BEEN, HEARD MEASURE-NAVAL APPROPRIATION \,. I ,

MISSIONS; SUBMITTED' DIFFI the Board of Missions, were, today One hundred 'and' thirty seven votes FROM BUT WILt. HARDLY BILL. Year 1906.By THAT CHARLES M. COSTON : i ,= -. I ,
elected bishops of the Southern Methodist are necessary to a choice, but no can i! i',
CULTIES' EXPERIENCED ,IN FOR. Church by the general confer- didate approached nearer than twen CHANGE THE RESULT' AS ALREADY HOUSE. HAS WON BY A HALF OF ONE ; ';;l :, ,

ence in session here. Dr. Tigerewas ty-one votes to 'this figure. On any
REPORTED.% Associated Press. |
chosen on first ballot by 23 ma of the three ballots this afternoon. ,

WORK WAS 'VERY SUCCESSFUL: jority. There was no choice on the Dr Joseph Atkins, Sunday school Ii:5yAssoclated:- /Washington, May '17..-The world's IN REPORTS YESTERDAY-THE. '' f
second ballot and Dr..Ward was elect- editor of the Methodist Episcopal s- : I : Press international commerce will aggregate' i 1

FROM EVEY STANDPOINT.: ed on the third ballot by a majority of Church South was elected bishop tonight Jacksonville May li. Tbs' senatorial Washington received May another 17.-The Installment senatetciday of fully $25,000,600,000,000 in the year! PARTICULARS: I I :r1
three. The conference then took a on the twelfth ballot county in .
Duval which
t fight Senator Bailey's version of his effortto 1906, says a bulletin issued by the department I "' .
there wag more than .ordinary interest secure understanding betweenthe of commerce and labor. By
Associated: Press democratic senators ana1 the The most absorbing questions In 10'i. J
throughout the state:ended in the ,the term "world's international com "
Greenville Little Hope Entertained -I t president on the terms of the railroad cal political circles Is the ;:; ;; 'rH
S. C.', May 17.The gen- I nomination of H. H. Buckman by a rate bill. Mr. 'Bailey again scored his merce" explains the bulletin, Is meant meeting of '; .. .

eral assembly of the Southern Free- majority of 168 votes. There) was also,I critics sharply.: Aside from this digression the imports plus the exports of all the Democratic Executive Committee .t.: -;

Ijterian church,. with its membership for Recovery of Mrs. Davis a lively fight on for'eheriff. The' vote the 'entire day was devotedto countries of the world from which tonight and the legislative nomina i i,:'j ;

of 210 commissioners from all parts of for the principal offices' pn f the ticket,I. a review by the- senate of the statistical trade imports were avail. tion. From the returns In possession ? :: ",:

the Southern states, gathered in the as shown by ,the complete returns is amendments by it committee of the able. The average monthly exportation of The Journal, it is shown thatOhas.M. ". :
Firs; Presbyterian church, here to-day. f Bv Associated Press. she was suffering from pneumonia. I as follows: whole and more than half of the measure nine from the United States in the Coston has received the nomination !, .- '
covered. The constitutionality : months! ended :with March, 1906,
Dr. T. W,"Sloan, pastor of the church I New York, May 17Mrs. Jefferson After the sinking spell she revived:j For Congress Hon.Frank Clark of was the measure'granting power to as shawn by the bureau of statistics over five oponents by the narrow mar "t' .
I! Davis suffered a'relapse last night early today and rested for several: .. ," .J
delivered the opening invocation1! (I (unopposed) 2,610. the interstate commerce commission figures at $147.208,973; the monthly gin of a of one vote. ', .
I and early today )her condition was reported hours. On account of her little i t '
age Justice In order that true
For of Supreme Court- a conception of : ,
1 I to' fix rates caused a discussion that average from the United Kingdom for : 'f'
which was follower roll call and I '
by serious Phya'c ans resorted hope is entertained for her recovery.;f Thamos L. Clark. 1,021; Charles B.I prevented the completion of the bill the same period $143,574,912; the the matter might be secured, The t f !t '.
the presenting of cr dentla]". The retiring l to the use of oxygen to. aid respira-,I I Late this afternoon the condition of:,)JFarkhill, 2,069; James B. Whitfield,. to-day. average from Germany during ,the Journal herewith presents the total., .ok"i .r, '
moderator, Rev. J. T. Plunket, lion. Dr. Robert Wylie, who is attending Mrs. Davis was announced as. much J.7S5.' 'I twelve months ended with December, vote received by each legislative candidate >-: : .'

of Augusta, Ga., according to custom, I Mrs., Davis, said today that t'I II Improved. II For Railroad CommiSli Thomas I NAVAL: .APPROPRIATIONBILL I i 1905, $110,777,800 and the monthly throughout the county, with :..n '; .
preached the annual sermon. J Appleyard, 1,349; Ed. B. Bailey 1.- PASSED BY HOUSE average from France for the twelve every box heard from, though the returns ; >' : ;
Nominations 'for the incoming moderator I I 1 1I 116; Newton A. BHtch. 1281; R. Hud- months period ended with February, have not officially been announce 'f: :. : !

were next received and the I Cumberland PresbyteriansIn son Burr, 1,644. Washington, May 17.-After two H ,370"OO. ed by the executive committee: : .1 .
following were named: Ruling Elder:I For State Senator; Eighteenth Senatorial weeks of debate .the House todaypasse An examination of the import col Charles M. Coston .. . .. .905 r' r t
:Allen) G-Hall,'Dean of the Law schoolof District- William' H. Baker, the naval 'appropriation bill vmn shows that! the United States M. O. Baggett.. . *.... ..|. ....796 ;I. > :
Vanderbilt University! Nashville' ; i iOr. Assembly at Decatur 7By //. 1,767; 'H. H. 'Buckman:' ,' 1,935. ; Buck.man's. carrying 99764000. When the house stands third among the nations as an George T. Morgan. .. ...... .. ...595 a,. ; : I
:John W. Bachman, of Chattanooga .majority:: 168. adjourned last night all amendmentsto importer the monthly average of impartation M. Jacoby... .. ..'.... .. .... 541 ..t.f'" ; \t '"
;' Joseph John of Austin, !For House of Representatives the bill had been considered, but into the United States for J. E. Long. ... .. . . ... .. .433 ; .
Texas;, 'Dr. J. W. Stagg, of BErmtnghim'Ala' -! Associated Press. with other branches of the Presbyterian I liam :McLaws' ; Dancy 747; Ion'L. Farris two amnsdments were not satisfactory the nin>s'months ended with March be. Jerry J. Sullivan: Jr.. .,.... .t. .... 348 <.' ,':, I /
W. S.
GillenT 1,246
; Hon. Bennett H. Young, of I 1,668; ; and considerably adjustment Ing $101,606417; the monthly average .,
Decatur, IlL.. May II. The Seventy; church. The anti-unionists hada' required '
Louisville and Rev. W. E Boggs, of sixth' general assembly" of.the Cumberland sscret'meeting yesterday and,one to-I I Meltcn H. 1.374; C.966.D." Fan-is BJnehardt 920; to-day. .. into the United Kingdom in the same 'fotal.......... ......?.....3&lg {: <' .' _
W Sabring plurality
Jacksonville, Fla. Four roll) calls Presbyterian Church was called day.. Reporters were excluded. but' It The House then in'committee of tile period $241, O,911; into Germany during 'How it is Don*. .i
'Were necessary for an. election .which i ,Jhatthe, I t ever.. Melton-{ his cearsal competitor whole passed to consideration <,f the twelve 'months ended with ,In order ascertain whether ': ': ;
to.:prdec.Aele,,to-jJay.. .gfatjMl.jClg-k,1 .v 3. arne resulted In' the choice of Mr.. Hall, of : Rev. J. M; Hubbist, of Marshall, proposition to' withdraw'-injunction s: the so-called naturalization, but'no December: 1305, $133,478,333and a candidate has received a majority -", \ ."\

Nashville. Missouri, who presided in the absenceof suits instituted in the courts 128.For County Solicitor of the,Criminal neat headway was made. t France 85423650. the total vote received by, all is divided ;' ; f

Foreign Missions. the.moderator. In the introduce.ry against union. The anti-unionists .admit Court of R'cord-'W.' J. Bryan (un- ) by 2, and The annual, report of the Executive I !services four' former, mouierator took they have no hope of electing a tpposetf), 2,635. This .was highest Dr. Thos. S. Latimer Dead. ''IN CUSTODY Or divided by 2. By this! method, which! t,

tained Committee the following of foreign: missions con part, all prominent advocates of union moderator.) I II vote polled by any candidate. Baltimore, Md., May .-Dr. Thos. is the only reasonable and logical :. '

Fight For Sheriff. S. Latimer, widely known as a physi- manner in which the result can right. :
curried Our work during under the unsual year difficulties.For has been. I For Sheriff-R Fleming Bowden. cian, as professor of medicine. at the. KENTUCKY COURTSORDER fully be obtained, it is seen that 904% ;.: '.

several on months, beginning with I HELD CREW: AT BAY Waste Plant Burned. 1,337; M. A. Brown 276; Eugene' D. College of Physicians 'and Surgeons, votes are required to nominate. :Mr. ..
Charlotte, N. C. 17.' -The ex-Confederate sol Ccston, from returns ,
October, the committee was in serious May plantof Dodge 1.377; John:Price, 864. Dodgs's< and a prominent the received 905 '
financial embarrassment and was I the South Atlantic Waste Company I i I plurality over Bowden, his nearest dier, died yesterday aged 67 jears. He ISSUED THAT CALEB POW which gives him the nomination In fr
compelled to withhold, temporarily WITH REVOLVERBy located in the northern suburbs of. competitor, 40. was a native of Savannah. .Ga., but the first primary by a half of one vote. : '
from the missions some of the funds ;'i For Superintendent! ; of Public: Inv came: to this city at the age of eight ERS BE DELIVERED TO JAILER Will Meet Tonight ? .
that had been appropriated for their: Charlotte_ was' partially destroyed by I'I istruction-H. H. Palmer, (unopposed) years. 1 The democratic executive committee -
Associated Press fire tonight.. The waste house where': P C1 AT GEORGETOWN.By '
"work. There has been considerable [ tOi1. will meet at the court house tonight : : ,
':unrest. in China and &Japan, growingout New York, May 17.The Herald today the fire originated from an unknown!I I For COunty Assessor of Taxes-A. Chancellor Hawkins Dead. at 8 o'clock to officially tabulate : ."
of circumstances that ware connected says: 1 1I i l cause,. was burned, together with s'x': !'I''L. Turner, 2,100; Charles! ,F. Verest, Nashville, Tenn., May 17.Chancellor and declare the result Should )Ir. ':t. :-

with the recent war and its effect I Standing at the companionway of thousand bales of waste and the main: 1.379. A. G. Hawkins one of the state's Associated Press I Coston show a gain his nomination it !
upon both of those countries. The the yacht Atreus, owned by GeorgeW. plant and much valuable machinery j. For Tax Collector! W. Rast (unopposed -' most eminent'jurists,'died at his homein Cincinnati, 0., :May 17.-ca.Ieb Powers seems is assured, but if a ]loss is sustained .' .

results of the work in both countries, Childs Dexel, of Philadelphia, tied was badly damaged.' The loss rill i I! ), 2,546. \ Huntington Tenn., this morning.He now in the Newport, Ky., Jail,was by him he, with three other r';' ...
Treasurer-A. W. Barrs, .
iowever. have been encouraging. up at South Brooklyn, John Neilson, a reach $250,000, nearly covered by In-i!I i For County is said to have ten poisoned by yesterday ordered back to the custodyof I candidates are scheduled: to enter a Y"x -

"We hav felt some anxiety for the seaman, suffering from relijious';: mania surance. |I'i! Continued on Page Three) f eating strawberries. the Kentucky state courts, following ... second primary provided of course : : ..
safety of our missionaries! in the interior with revolver in hand competed ai I the mandate of the United States that there Is no change in the total '
oT China but the State De- the little crew of'five man: to remain court. This action was takenat \ vote cast for the six candidates. It Is ''r',
tartment replied that while the condi- below deck from Tuesday'evenng! until 'I I Lexington, Ky., where Attorney possible that the official figures may :'..; .
tion of affairs in China was giving the' yesterday. / 1 II I General Hayes appeared before Judge show a smaller vote than the returns I>. j. ,,
government .some. anxiety it wai not For eight' hours Neilsan, by -We lightof Cochran in the United States circuitfor indicate. It so, Mr. Coston's chances t '. .
r teemed to be. of such a character as a lantern, read pasagj after pass- the Eastern District of Kentucky; will be greatly improved. Should : '_, '
rendered the recall of our missionariesfrom age from the Bible. 'fhe terrifi-.d and entered a motion asking Iliac the second primary be necessary the con ;'t J '

their interior stations at the men, unarmed loikeJ, themselves in mandate of the supreme court of the testants will be Coston, Baggett, Mor.'j.; ."; .
present' tdme'necessary. Letters from the cabin. John Larsen boats aain's United States in the Caleb Powers gan and Jacoby. t cU our interior stations state that mate, managed to make his escape: the writ of habeas Additional Returns. ,
case, dismissing Slk
tire have been no local disturbances; from the yacht yesterday and tel granted by this court, and remanding Returns were' received' from precincts ,i '' '::
!friendliness Jut on the :contrary as" as much apparent phoned the police.STRIKERS'. corpus the, case from the federal 11 and 16 yesterday and are Itt:' :

ever, court back to the state court be filed. given herewith. : ; ,I
The work in Corea has been
Precinct No. 11. "
encouraging, and that in Cuba has RIOT This' motion was noted sustained record.and the For Congress W. B. Larmar 33, .j'. .' ,
teen as prosperous as it could be mandate filed and on Stephens 0. I ,,
with :An order was then issued directingthat
small force.
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In results the' has IN SARDINIA Powers be delivered to the jailerof For Railroad ComI 1dssioner-T. J. ;
spiritual '
year '
E. B. 18 N. B. 'I
Appleyard 10.; Bailey ;
at Ky., '
ben one of progress in all our fields. Scott county/ '.
BUtch 4.; R Hudson Burr 31. ,
confined. '
-ha number of missionaries now on where he was previously '
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the roll is 206. The total cash receipts By Associated Press .
:May 17.A cable dispatch Clarke 25; C. B. Parkhill 32; J. B. i
sere $259,617 and the total disbursements New York. L (
274344. The balance in the to the Herald from Cagliari HEAVY DAMAGE BY Whitfield 3. :> ;1. i
For State Senator-John S. Beard '
treasury at the close of the Sear was Sardinia, says: L F 1 I
$3129. Strikers yesterday forced many of frr / 33. j;;
The work of the Forward Movement the inhabitants ..to'pu.t out flags at half ( t 1jA5'. \- a ACCovr47oF FIRE AT MACONBy For the Legislature: 0. Baggett; 4
has been burned the Octroi houses A 33; C. M. Coston 0; M Jacoby 2; J. ';' .;
vigourously prosecuted. mast. They (
*a3 pastors have presented the movement and wrecked the 'railway station, custom IVESOF : ; 4h(4 i'' t: lrt7dNdB E. Long 4; George T Morgan 27; J. ,.r. ',,:I''I'I
J. Sullivan. Jr 1 ': ; J
in their! churches with encouraging house and slaughter ,house: They Associated Press I '
For Tax Assessor W. W. Rich ;:
results. tracks and threw
took up the tramway A Macon, ay 17.Fire to-day destroyed '
In order that the work already und I many cars into the seas. Hundreds of jkSS 17M1S 0 J' n v- 1S Sslew the Atlantic Compress of the Centralof ards 33. ,' ,
rtajien may be properly cared for I cases 'of merchandise a.the customhouse Kr Ap Georgia Railway with 1,659 bales of For Tax Collector N. McK. Oertms ,;" ,
find that some advance might be made were ;also thrown into the d3 cotton and fifty loaded freight cars. 2; J. S. Roberts 31. ":
toward.thp fuller and more effective water. II 0 Tie loss is estimated at $226,000;, '!For County Treasurer-John G. <- .

occupat'on! of the fields, the board Bread and food are lacking. Two $100,000 on the compress and machinery Welsh 24; J. Ed. Williams 10; Thos. ... !
'sled the assembly to eppeal to the of the mob who'were f"wounded Tuesday Koh $100,000 on the ,cars and other T. Wrighton 0. '.. f
church for a contribution of not less .and three others are dying. Amongthe i equipment; $6,000 on the cotton and (For Supervisor of Registration-W. 4' ; t I

than 300000. soldiers, twenty more were wounJ- $20,000 caused by a collision! 11the M. J, Scott 33. f I
Home Missions. ed yesterday in conflicts with the )ards between two engines trying to 'For Members of Board of Public **; i.
Tie! report of the Ex?cUtiv Committee strikers; ; I' save moveable property. The caureoi Instruction-W. E. Anderson 33; Harry 4. ,

of Home Missions said in part: Disorders have broken out in other the fire i is not known., G. DeSilva; ?0-, W. M. Agerton 25; ..:.,; I :

Owing to a large general increased the island. Octroi and railway W. ,B. Hubbard 9 .':f. i
towns on : i
several legacies for special work, have been burned, telegraph I tQ For County Commissioner, District F. !
our receipts remain about the same as wires cutvan the, poles de t QUIET DAY IN I No 1-J. B. Roberts 33; C. F. Zeek 0.: .. '
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two remarkable! years preceding For County Commissioner, District: "
the last year. Tha financial prosperity stroyed. LEGAL MATTERS Xo. 2-John A. Merritt 4; Wm. J. Sen. .' '

f3 even exceeded by the spiritual In nott 28. rt 1'
!bode: of.our mission fields there have OFFICERS ELECTED I For County Commissioner DistrictNo. r1JS

tees large ingatherings and a hopefulj 4 1. 3-Jas.. M. Andrews 29; A. C. 'i.t,
[Writ! characterizes the No cases of interest were tried in Blount, Jr. 5; W. A. Shelby 0. j t ;1
the vineyard.The I BY COTTON MEN the county criminal court yesterdayand For County Commissioner.! District r: : I
total in the hands of the Treas- f nothing out of the ordinary causes, No. 4-W1 P. Brownson 2; H. C. Clop- _: "' I i iI
trer during the year was $122,237. I are scheduled for hearing to-day. ton 1: John A. Wiggins! 31. f; '
:Jse! disbursements were $49,221, the lAshevile, N. C., May 17. The mer. : Wants Damages. I For County Commissioner, District i1 ;*
Wance! on. hand March 31, being $73- lean :Manufacturers Association today .
41t J : Georgina E. Kirk, through her attorney No. 5-James R. Steward 33. I..
officers! : PresIdent -
elected the following filed suit yesterday in the circuit l For Justice of the Peace-J. H. -
The expenditures were as follows: A.. H. Love, of Massachusetts; I declaration 'HJ ;
court against H. Mackey. Harrison 33; W. C. Williams 33. l 1: '
'jJPlttrt erf four missionaries apd 15 S. B.. Tanner, of North I '
vice president [ of allegations was filed. I For Chairman Executive Committee -!; f f.
wnrcnes among the Mexicans;' 61sinisters Carolina. C. B.. Bryant,, of Charlotte, 'ttIf..(-". Municipal Court. I-Frank Reilly 33; for secretary A. H. :+ '
163 churches in Texas and cretary.
17 and ; was elected treasurer The usual daily run of tfrunks and. D'Alemberte 31; for precinct member; td
ministers 51 churches in Arlaasasl6 session was "',
and morning
A feature of the J downs and disorderly conduct cases: W. C. Williams 33.Precinct. .1'f
ministers and 45 churches 178 members. '
the announced additlog.of OF C1YIUZA- Lansy.! in the municipal -' No. 16. :
BLESSINGS before Judge '
Florida; 21 ministers and 52 of special In JOH BUl.t'Ht SAY, THB 'EATHEN'DONT : '
Several unfortunates :
papers The 8 Stephens 0
tribunal yesterday. For Congress-Lamar ; ; .i
t'n shag In Indian Territory; 5- mlnis-. terest were read. +S,"H..; Carver, of i "TIo.'S B3LNGTO THEMJ: ; in every Instances were letdown '"' ,,., j ,
and 12 churches In Georgia; 4 made an ,addresson Continued: OD. Page :two) : : : ;
Alexandria<< ,' Egypt England,and Germany, easy. .... 1
both t
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to serious
Continued on Second Page cotton cultivation.In',tower Egypt News ItemThe natives of fcoutt1.Africa tfcreatsa caus* :sere trG.ublo.to .



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A ASSEMBLY 5 [ f OFt f ft W Hit T tt[ gu [F Ft Commonly Blood cause pimples Humors boils,hives,eczema I R Rr Ul ESTATE ri' r r .

.o Bsltlrheum. or' some:other form of eruption -

indicated: but sometimes by feelings they of exist weakness in the, languor system TRANSFERS

t t, PRESBYTERIAN N t COAST MOST causing loss of appetite any breaking-out., or general debility without

Hood's Sarsaparilla expels them renovates

strengthens and tones the whole system. .
f This is the testimony bt thousands"annually. w Following- -w Is-a-list-of-ihe-deeds-- recorded
Hood's yesterday reported by the
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.,..r :Is peculiar to itself. .Accept no substitute Letitia Watts to W. R. Taylor, lot 4 BEER

: (Contained from FirstPagaBlaieters but insist on having Hood's and get it today. and W% of lot 5 in block 85. New City

,. Tide of Immigration that is Flooding Lionid or tablets 100 Doses_One Dollar. Tract, $570- _
and1 19 churches in Mississippi C. Thiesen to W.. R. Taylor & Co.,
; one minister and 4 churches in all of lot 316 in sq. 32, Old City, $2500. .
t- 'Korth Carolina; 1 evangelist and 10 East Should Be Turnedin The Moore'Ic Co. to W.R.' Taylor is heavily impregnated with the

churches in Tennessee; 6 ministers & Co., the E. 60 ft. of lot 318, Old,City,
: and 6 churches in Louisiana; 6 this Direction. 2000. I nutritious extractsof malt and

Ichoo1s and 17 teachers in the Indian Dave Gilchrist to Albert Williams,

Territory and 10 sChools! and 14 a certain lot. of land located as follows hops but light in alcohol !
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teachers in the mountains. The entire The last Issue of The Gult 'Coast l : Beginning at the lcor.. oft I t IJ11'JI very
number of ministers and teachers ,
upI lo owned by 'Will Hardy in the SW%
In whole in 197 I Record says:
ported or part was of cereal
The quantity vegetable ingredients
of the NWH and the N% of the SW% great
of churches and schools aided 394. What the Cult Coast most needs is
of !Bee. 8, T. 5. N. of R. 30 W. and contained when compared to the small amount of
: For a number of years the committee that thetide of immigration which t3 ,
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running E. 208 ft. thence
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has regretted its meager appropria; now flooding the already overcrowded N. to alcohol in Gerst beer makes it in every sense of
tions fop the erection of new houses oforship. ft, thence W. 208% ft., thence: ,
The demands for assistance; cities of the East to be diverted this point of be 'nning. $20. the word a genuine temperance-food beverage !

were urgent and continual. Owing tc; direction. The railroads have come; Jno. M. Brantley to Clara E Miller '

inadequate funds we could respond L prosperity has come; wealth is pouring and N. A.. Miller, a part of the SW4 r Always drink it with your meals; it
mly to the neediest, attempting to in upon us, but the crying need THE GREAT FOX of the NE% of Sec. 6, T. 5, N. of R 30 <
v to-day is for labor, labor In aids digestion wonderfullyTHE
; Scatter our appropriations over everypart more W. described as. follows: Beginning! :
.of the whole church. tellJgent. competent (but not neces Made in visible and invisible. Has at the NE cor. of said subdivision of

The sphere of our operations extends sarily skilled) labor. The capitalists every point of merit any business man ]land, tiisnce.running S 110 yds., thence WM. GERST BREWING CO., Nashville, Tenn.
now largely over the whole of the world have found us out at last t could desire. Light running, speed, W.> 440 yds., thence N. 110 yds.,thence

southern territory as we assist in: and are now waiting only for the labor correctness and _durability. Is guaranteed ]E. 440 yds to point of begnning: 10 'A., I PETER BELL, Wholesae Dealer
.tome form;or. otehr, almost all of the is to :"develop- the wonderful resources to do the best class of work for $450. I

various- synods. No requeat has been; of the Gulft Coast Fredirich L four, years. All cleaning 'and repairing Lucy Vandegriff to Gracy Anne Dixon -'
declined during the past year. the von Pillis, ranking as one of theworld's done free for two years. The Fox < commencing at the SE cor. of the -

'weaker synods are making rapid experts' on the subject of im has been tested and accepted by hunS< w% of Sec. 36, running: N. 220 yds I -. -=

strides. The progress of our church I migration, and a director of the North reds of thousands, ,as being the best j for a point of beginning, thence W. llo I ., .._
f. !s limited only by the scarcity of men L German LloYd SS. Co., says: "I amma'king machine. Will be sent on trial free of -"' =-= --
yds., thence N. 220yds.. thence R 11C RESIGNATION OF
and to prosecute the work. plans with other lines to have Star of the SeasMARKET'
charge. Call on or .write .tof. thencVs.
The church has never used as er immigrants sent direct to"the districts yds., 220 yds: to point of beginning "Rub-a-Dub-Dub!

tensively as It might have done; the, they :.will settle In, without stoppingat I B. BRUCE 5 A. $5. I CASHIER MENEFEE I
: evangelistic arm. The possibilities in L the Eastern cities. We have start D Hale Wilson to J. W. Liisk lots
1 I this direction are practcally unlimited. ed .a., line to Galveston, TeL, and' all 16 and 17, blo k 193. New G'.ty: Tract,II Put Your Sliirt in

The .committee has asssted in the up- Immigrants intending to settle in PENSACOLA FLORIDA $100 and other considerations.

port of about 20 evangelists in more Texas will be landed there. I shall Leslie E. Brooks to Jos. Baker, lot PEOPLES BANK ELECTS 'R. M. a Tub"This
-- 4 than a bzen different Presbyteries also recommend that'a line be established 2 in block 93," ofthe East King Tract, I

: They have enlarged our bounds, end: i to' New Orleans." This authority E. of Tarragon(St..-'$500". ,- ROBr" .L EDMUNDSON. CARY" AS NEW CASHIER OF is the old song mr.
given us new churches to develop. predicts an era of great prosperity A. A. Fishery to Ed. Forcheimer, lot 0 mothers used to sing r-:
f for the South. "Throughout the- Conti- RESULTS TO T BE E 6, block 32, W: st, King Tract, .?1 and 706 S. Palafox. Telephone 1295. .: THAT: INSTITUTION. I new song Is--
\ The Life Insurance.t l'!9nt of Europe,", he says, "the word other considerations. Hello Central

muddle has started the public to has been spread broadcast that the Win J. Brantley to Jno. M. 'Brant ,

thinking. The wonderful success that large States Eastern cities of the United ley, a part of ,the.-SWU of the NE 4 At a meeting of the board of directors 110 Please

has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup l lands of are the overflowing North and and Northwest the best DECLARED of S c. 6T.-5'N.6f' R. 30 W. described Fresh }Meats, .' of the Peoples Bank held yesterday and the "Star" does -tie
as follows: "BegInning at the NE Green Groceries afternoon the resignation of
in its crusade on Coughs, Influenza, have already been taken while I
Bronchitis and aU Pulmonary troubleshas I up, the cor. and running S. 110 yds., thenceW. Cashier E. W. Menefee was received j
started the public' to thinking touched.and The Southwest next flood are as of yet emmi-un 440 yds., thence N. 110 yds.,thence Poultry, and accepted' and R. M. Cary elected I j I ThereStar Steam

of this wonderful preparation. They grants will come from Germany, 'N. 110 yds., thence E. 440 yds. to placeof Eggs, as his succossor. I

are all using it. Join the procession L I Southern Russia an< : and down with sickness. Price 25c,,I' they will be the kind of people action for some time, the confinementof ',i
60c and $1.00. Sold by all. druggists America ought to welcome. These Do Not .Imposed Upon. the office having injured his health,
f people will Your Patronage is Respectfully and he will now take a brief rest, possibly 37 E- SarOan St Phon 114.
be a boon to the South
/ ACKERMAN FAMILY They are naturally hard workers and Foley & Co., .Chicago, originated Solicited. going out oT the city for a coupleof Pensacola. Fin
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung weeks. His friends
I KNOWN AT BREWTON many of them are farmers. They will I (Continued from First Page) many in Pen-
start a new race. And remedy, and on account of the great sacola will ba glad to know that he
A special from Brewton to the Birm. from now America will be glad years that For Railroad oommissiouerApp1e.a and popularity of Foley's Honey does not intentf to leave here, but will

/ ingbrun' Age-Herald says: she pointed tha way to the cotton yard 6; Bailey 1; ; 3. nd Tar, many imitations are offeredfor Prompt Attention and the remain and ebortly enter another bu&i. REMANS OF MRS. WALTHER
((. !* W. Ack fields." Statistics Ir For Supreme Court Justices-Park. the genuine These worthless Imitations ness.
The ev. G. rman., who. together point to the coming Choicest INTERRED IN ST. JOHNS
with his wife and seven children i into the United States this year of r hill 6; Whitfield 6,. Clarke 1.For have similar sounding names. Supplies are

; was murdered, Monday near-Sill-\ !,250,000 people. The Gulf Coast, State Senator''Beard 7. Beware of them Thegenuine Foley's guaranteed. Stop Grumblingif -
ton, Fla., was well known here he wants its share of these people. It L: For Representative-Baggett 8; Cos- Honey and Tar.:Is in a yellow pack. suffer The remains of'Mrs.' E. W. \\V.-, '.
needs building and these ton 1 1 age. Ask for it and reluse .any sub- you from Rheumatism or who expired at br home <>n w -'
2 Sullivan
having lived In East Brewton for sometime up people ; Jacoby ; Morgan ; pains, for
-a few' /While will be the builders. Here.'there' is no 2 Long 1. stitute. It is ,the best remedy for Ballard's Snow Linimentwilj Jackson street after an illness? years ago. living ;
here he married Miss Mary Simmons o over crowding. but "bread and work"] Jor Tax Assessor-Richards 7. cotfghs' and colds. For sale by W. A. TWO' DEATH DAY ewe bring,for Sprains quick relief. It is a sure one week, were interred in Si i :, i

:: a -sister of Night watchman Arthur: for all "Where the ,Gui :and Ship) : For Tax Colector-Roberts. 8; Oert. D'Alemberte., Muscles Rheumatism, Contracted cemetery Wednesday afterno.L I
Island Railroad has clearetf Us -- and all pains-and largte number of friends following
Simmons, who .died some time. since. path Ingl. AMONG WORKMEN within the reach of
: way through the forests it has }3ft L NOTICE. all. Price 25c body to its last resting plare M i r
!Ai the time of his death he was living For Treasurer-Welsh. 1.; Williams SOc $1.00. c. R. Smith !
with -Ms 'fourth wife. One daughter, clearings for tenthousand homes: Jte <7; Wrighton 1. Notice is heiae&y! given that the un: writes fl have Tenaha: Tex Walther was in the best of .< 1
terminus, the "new port," Gulfport, dersfgned of the ; used Ballard Snow previous 'to her sud en, "atflicuof. II 'i
a grandchild of Mrs. Simmons, of East For Supervisor"Registration-Scott owners following vessels Liniment in '
'(Brewton. is In Selma with an aunt, Miss., ig waiting welcome shiploadsof 8. will not be responsible for any ,ENGAGED IN EXCAVATIONS FOR have found 'my it a""family\ for years and 'pneumonia and her death was aR<. \
I homebullders.. All over the world, debts in fine. remedy for all. to her relatives and many fre.:>
contracted the
and so far as known is the only surf For Members School Board-Ander. name of said pains and aches. I
muscle: .and brain are waiting this ,NEW GRAND CENTRAL STA. recommend it
t vevdn'g member' of the family. Mr X%country is calling for both.; The son 8; IteSilva 8; Agerton 0;, Hubbard vessels unless first authorized bv a for pains in the chest." Sold by all

; .' Ackerman was about 35, years of age,, saw mills and the cotton fieldu and; 9. written order signed by us. The above TION IN NEW YORK. druggists. If You Don't;
; and bore a good reputation and, was the> sselg at &UCOOf.in For .County Oommissloner-Rdberts notice refers to the following vessels:
the docks, to( Schooaer Althea succeed the first time use H>rr r.ln9
well thought of while living here. 'be loaded" w/h the 8; Zeek 2. Franklin, Caldwell H.
.product of both are Associated Press and you will get ,instant relief. Tan:!
Colt, L. By Cattle.
calling: The waste places are pleadIng : For County Commissioner-Andrews Mary Harty, Amy Wixon, Emma Gaenney' ,
-- to the hom less 5; Blount 2; Shelby 2. Jane Osceola, Ariola, Francis & New York, May: 17.-According to The head"of the Guernsey Is rather greatest liver regulartor. A 1)('-: ".
where to
t ToGet: More Strength come and build up every for themselves For County Commissioner-Brown- Margery, Silas Stearns, Algoma, Halcyon the coroner, Peter Acritell,"lawlessness (i&(;, the ne& rather slender, the bod cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia' M I"
'- 2 0 William H. Warren, Clara 1>'>. has reigned for months in the I: deep'and the lana, Chills and all liver complain'Mr. -.
from Your Food. r.omss in this land of plenty. We tfo son ; Clopton ; Wiggins 5. large rangy, rump prominent
:: Cof Emory, Texas, wr tf=
I cot want the offscourings of Europethe For County Commissioner 8.rt Sewell, Isabelle. excavation! which the O'Rourke Constru'clion the flank thin, ttiighs incerrei; ..
big Eastern' cities may have such 9. WARREN: FISH COMPANY. Company is making for the and twist'! open and roomy. Altogetherthe "My wife has been using Herhin for'

and welcome, but we do want what t For Chairman Democratic Execu. Pensacola, :May 11th. l&OC. new Grand Central station and the' animal & at'once recognized i* herself and children for five yar-, ..'!
i- HEN the Bowels are filled writer has called situation has demanded an investigation. is a sure cure for constipatioi 3
some "the great a! tive Committee-Reilly 9. businesslike and belonging to the pro ,'
1 W. with undigested food we lied armies of useful occupation which For Secretary Executive Committee COLLINS AND PONSPUR.CHASE The coroner yesterday caused nounced dairy type. They ire light! la malaria fever which is sntatai.' "i
by what it has done for NIMH!
: I may be a great deal worseoff sail into our ports on a peaceful mission D'Alemberte 9. the arrest of John Eldridge, general color yellow and predominating -
i all .
Sold by
: than if wo were half of construction. And we want t For Precinct CommitteemanW.B. BARBER SHOP superintendent of the O'Rourke company : with considerable white usuallyin
Itarved. tha Record to carry: Into every hamletof Hubbard 9.Given. and held him in $1,000 ball, on a I
: large patches on the body and the
.. Europe the. message that on the charge of homicide following, the, ON STREET FORMALTREATING
I Because food that stays too long in shores of the Mexican Gulf the door up to Die. Pensacola, Fla., May 14, 1906. death of Angelo Bemesi an Italian legs. Darker shades approaching GIRL

the: : Bowels decays there just as if it tands open and a welcome is awaiting B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., We have this day sold to Boos Pong workman. He issued subpoenas for brown, are found upon some cows and By Associated Press.

Stayed too long in the open air. I all members of that army who Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over and Clarence Collins the barber shop the president of the corporation and ire quite common on bulls. The muzzles Tamboff' Russia. May 17.-St ; ,:. -".

: : Well. when food decays in the Bowels, will cctoe Into our ,ports. five years I was troubled with kidney formerly owned by Bauer. Matthews all its general: foremen. are almost invariably buff or flesh a police officer, who was ct>nA. 1 1

.1. ,. ( through delayed and overdue action, what and bladder affections which causedme which we purchased May 1st. "There'has been an average of two I colored, surrounded by a fillet of light in the brutal treatment of Mar. >I: ',

I happens?- much pain and worry. I l lost flesi SOLOMON FURNITURE CO. deaths a day among the employees' hair. The horns are small, curved, idonovo, was shot and killedh' <

-. : i For Hairpin and was all run down, and a year ago We, the undersIgned, are continuingto ever since I took office," said Coroner i waxy, thin shelled and usually of a street here today by an unknown '.
A hairpin catch is more convenient ,had to abandon work entirely. I had run this shop in first-class style; Acritell last night. For two we>eks I Ii I rich deep yellow for a third of their son. The, avenger of the soling ,1-
i. 'tne millions of little Suction Pumps than a tray. A pretty one Is made out :three of the best physicians who did and will appreciate a call have been investigating at the re-.' length from the base. The udder and lutionists recently m ted out :..-< '

: that line the Bowels and Intestines then draw of yards and yards-ten or- fifteen-of me no good and I was practically given COLLINS! & PONS.NOTICE. quest of the Italian government, made teats are usually large and well shaped fate at Borissosiiebsk to Av!> "-

;' Potion from the decayed Food instead of bright yellow or blue or,.whatever..the up to die. Foley8 Kidney Cure through Consul General Massiglia. and placed. the Cossack officer who boast lP.: -; '
:: (( the Nourishment they were intended to color of the room furnishings, bebe rIbbon i was recommended and the first bottle "I have pretty good'evidence in my. -- f cruelty to her while she was iii ;i'1-1!

;- ; j draw. made into a fluffy! ball by winding : gave me great relief and after taking The members of the East Hill Boating possession that there has been a feud I

i This Poison gets into the blood and in and widening and then tying in some' i the second bottle I was. entirely cur. i and Bathin-g Club are requested to 'between the Irish and Italian laborers.It I .
; 1 two inch satin ribbon of the same ed. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. meet at the residence of F. M. Williams seems that an Italian did: not know J:4; : : ; : ;,z<: ",,;,,;:;;: '
time spreads all over the body unless the
how to handle dynamite. It off
shade, forming a loop, and tie ends tonight. went
I( Cause of Constipation is promptly removed. with which to hang it to the side of the Eyes apd Animals. and killed an Irishman. Ever since

1.1' :;:. } That caus of Constipation is Weak, or dresser. Dr. Lindsay Johnson, the celebrated ledges of rock have"had a way of falling Over Half a Million
1 1 Lazy. Bowel Muscles. $ on the Italians.

{ .When Bowel-Muscles flabby A Mendlnv Bint. ophthalmologist, says that
: your grow
the dog has two ancestors round
; :: t they; need Exercise to strengthen them, not 'fftien so unfortunate as to rub or teat the other oval one Fortunes From Lotteries.A SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
from the outer surface of black eyed, eyed The first
;, Physic"! to pamper them. piece a man was brought before Mag- .
: f. kid glove or kid shoe take a few drop I is the hyena, the- second the bear, .Strate Cornell in New York the other Do you think such an enormous business could be built up and

t : ,of sweet oil and mix it with an equal II I through the racc on. All dogs descend day charged with selling lottery continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and men"

l 'berC'.Qnly.one. kind of Artificial ExIt amount of black ink. Apply this mix from these, animal The in tickets. His honor held him. for Do yot think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our
i ercbe for the Bowel-Muscles. tore-to the white spot or any part that t "corpus niger/' or bkek body of reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
: trial at the time "It Do think U. S.
same Senators
you Foreign Ambassadors Bankers Bus'ne
be rubbed and the will be
; f Its name is "CASCARETS and its may spot pigment in the o'f the horse
eye may seem surprising, but I know and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on uug
(( is Ten Cents box. hardly noticeaWft This treatment will which has
!1 price puzzled veterinarians, WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? .
that of the wealthiest families
( So, If you want the same natural action also freshen an old pair of black kit I naturalists and zoologists so much, some Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, tf '*

Ifi that a six mile walk in the country would gloves. provides throSigh the, ophthalmoscope in New York, who are now wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated?
<< :mingling: in high society, accumulated Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order.
without the weariness take -
give you. ( ) one a newineans of tracing the GlassesWe Your
( Tb Stoat Womam.A Eye their fortunes through lot- money back if you are not satisfied.
Cascaret at a time with! intervals between and of
y : stout woman should not wear a ancestry relationship the "
tery. Magistrate Cornell told what
I tin reach the exact condition desire. tailor made should she horse. It United States Senate,Washington. 0. C.
c t 1 you you suit, nor wear s1the Bame eye curtain '1 have ."
he knew'about fowxf fityner
lottery and how Whiskey: exceptionally fine tot table and medicinal
J :.. : I One C&scaret at a time will properly large bowl at her'belt nor a high, tight t that is fo ntSjh'tropical animals who had secured fortunes men ,,.J/ Stnllarl purp'WI

-1;! / t elewse a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue. collar. la choosing her gowns she the Qnager, the camel and the an. of it by means U.S. Senator from Nevada.HAYNER -
were today educating their chil-
t- coming Headache can be warded off should avoid Urge figure designs, selecting telope-for protection from sun-

.; J |In short order, and the cause removed. striped or plain goods. She light. dren'in Harvard, Vassar and' other
.I; f 'should also be chary of jewels, and it are now sellingUa41kes' colleges.He said that he knew what WHISKEY
; ,', it
trill usually: b found more becoming he was talking about and could point

t.; f 'J Pon't fall to carry the Vest Pocket to wear her hair,high on the bead. these persons out. .

-! 1-: Caicaret Box with you constantly. HAPPY\ RESULTS, OBTAINED..

: All sell them- ten millionboxes Hewmlnc Jf*.ldn.. --- How Scientists $2O EXPRESS
Druggists over
i1 : Bythe Use of the .New Disagree. i
I ;Every 0n&:knows ,ho w hard it is .to alp. Who 4.FULL
I t a year.Bo septic. shall decide when scientists -
; if l very careful to get .the genuine turn,a very narrow and perfectly even It wouldn't take long to number the $2.50 Glassesfor disagree? Sir Archibald Geikie has PREPAID
hem In table Put the hem-
napkins. Eye
i made the tain in the heads of some people, the I _
:fi t< only by Sterling Remedy Company mer attachment on your sewing ma reason being they, havn't fo warned 'a.I that decay of the land is

,d!!!, c"., I and never"sold- -in bulk.- Every tablet chine;but'do not use any thread. Just I number In most instances,many however, going on so rapidly that in a com OUR OFFER We Wm send you to a plain ealed case. with' no

1... I Damped "ccc.1. ran the napkins through the hemmer tne fault is their own. A-germ at the paratively short period we shall be BOTTLES- OF, HAYNER marks PRIVATE to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART

;V', f ftFREETOOUR without 'sewing them, and they are root soon plays havoc with the most in danger of a universal flood. But wffl pay the express charges. Take it home STOCK and sample RYE FOR It.have 1120. and doctor we
1;. creased as narrow as desired and are luxuriant growth and causes it to fade : before betaking yourself to arkbuildinglisten test tt-r rwy.bottle U you wish. Then U yon don't find it just as we say -
: READERS all ready for hand sewing. and fall out. A remedy*for this has $1.25 and perfectly satisfactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and '
J-' recently 'been discovered, called New. to another warning. C. wffl be promptly refunded.. How could any offer be fairer? Voc '
0 i, It baa been orraajed to mall free a <5 "F 'If"r bro's Herpicide. that acts by stray; Professor Martel, a French scien don't risk a cent. '-

'fi{j :,. PLATED Mntlfnl little French-designed box hard-en&meJed GOLD-ia Bedroom Carpet* ing the germ that' 'doe the damage, -: +' tist, declares just as emphatically qrfenfor-Arl ..Cal.CoL. Idaho.Mont.Nev..N.M.Utah.Wash.. ? PVATEPre
--t- W.o.
.1: :, pretty color, a Junitauae ornament When furnishing a house it is a good I besides removing all Impurities from that in a _few hundred the paid or 01' must O 'tWU'Q beoD the tor basis auJO of", Quart FI' for u.OO by Express -; '!fi
years by h' _
-1: J most liberal offer ever made, tad we tha,scalp. In addition it permits new P.repauL .
reader to Aat l4an to have the same kind of carpet world 'will
:t : wuit every e one. Tea dry and the human
;.t lr. ceattr in stamps ia asked aa a measure In all the bedrooms. One with a small life and vigor to enter the scalp, and 1 up Write our nearest, office and do it NOW. '",.
- it ../ good faith and to cover cost of Cas- happy results are sure to be obtained W A race will die of thirst. .
. ., tarets with which this dainty box Is pattern Is best. When the carpet begins D'Alemberte THE HAYNER
f '
from its use. Try It., For sate by W.i .Il1m.a little tempted wish that'' DISTILLING COMPANY I
I:l to wear or it Is necessary to,move .,
,I i. I f<- Send t dar,. bo sure to mention this A. D'Alemberte: druggtet and apothe- :! ...- .
fiJ' ( .' paper and write your address plainly. to another house the best parts of two! cary, 121 South Palafox street or send Druggist and Apothecary certain 'scientists. woud1imitate the Atlanta- ,, -Ga.. 'Dayton- -,. '0. St. Louis, ..0, ..$t.'PautMlnn.
,",r .,.,' Address Qi..o Sterling- tak.Remedy Company :may be sewed'together, and the carpet lOc in stamps for sample.. to The.Her-- i world and"dry iip.rKansa3'CityIndependent : -,! ..443. DztTwzniTa yO5 i! -' .

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We take particular rRESSEDEN TOGO RESUlTS IN THEOEMOCRATIC i REPlY TO CZARS f. !.'t"!''I. '-f f!,, : '

delight odd men in fitting G ON N DRY" R SPEECH'[ r MTHRONE Old lx',4a{4...., "t .;q;-; .. ,.

Stout DOCK '" at Right the Paint StartPure lL:,! '

,PRIMARY Quaker 'j ,.C,'; .""
White'I.ead and tfure'Linseed -

Thin. . '. I I Oil should !always be used for l'l'1- ,
.. .i the first or priming coat. No other -
f( '(Cfcnfls'nue4from : has thesame affinity ; ,
:; Fir tP.age) paint for the '" I. '
.,;'" i' the Revenue Cutter is Now the "'surface-marrying and becoming a partof 1 :", ." ,
.. .. r at Russian House Demands ':
Tall .- 2 2.015; Forrest, Hyde, 1,810.- 13arr'snaporlty the wood. Equalityof Re .i;*, ; !'. '
-. & : Yellow ochre, barytes, zinc or other '.:t, :
: Pensaeola Navy of. Hyde, 405-.:.. .':> substance than Pure White Lead any fails to Rights and.Asks Suspensionof r ,'" .: ,r
---- wood and .
unite with the serves only to ] '; ,, 1.'
'Jackson County- ""., form cushion which will -
Yard ; a ; prevent even
Short ; Marianna .,, May" 17'.;;The 'O-ffiC a.1 Pure White Lead from attachingitself Death Penalty. L
count in the primary election in Jackson Satisfactory when finally results applied.can never Rich and mellow with I .

county shows, the,following vote: Ass age U (
in ':Je obtained so long as a surfaceis By. cratedPret. '
our MACHINISTS, BoiLER MAKERS Lamar, 612;Stephens 1,255' ; Appleyard coated with a ventering (for Petersburg, Friday; May 18, 1 a.
AND MOULDERS) ARE NEEDED 1 582, Bailey 876; BUtch 700, Burr 777; that is all it is) of yellow ni.-The lowerhouse1! of parliament; IIIis delightfully stimulating I-Il{:

I Clarke ::513, Parkhill 1,482 Whitfield ochre, barytes,zinc, etc. has finished'consideration of, the reply

Stein-Bloch IN THE N-AVY-DREDGE! BOAT S82. Fpr state senator: James N. Such crumble a coating,, crack is boundto and to the-'spejech from I the' throne and smooth. '
Wilson 508, Theo.West For ;.q1
; peel,and must be burned I v.hich was adopted paragraph .by paragraph I .
CHARLESTON EXPECTED NEXT Representative. J. McDaniel 427, or scraped off, down to the wood itself : substantially/ .it.; 'camel; from .
W. A. Bevis '515. Juntas' Bawls 610.H. before a good job can be done-an expensive the committee. The House.took, a re- j',' '" ; ,-'
MIONTH AMPLE FUNDS ON C. Neel 887r }Ed." Williams1,0ft: ; For process, and not", ithpnt danger Cess till 2 a. mttto permit the committee Tell -the dealer I to send ; t

Smart Clothes HAND TO OPERATE'AFFAIRS. Treasurer:' B. H..Dickson'272, W. W. of fire. to prepare aUnal dfaffof", the-ad fY .".! ,
A house owner can scarcely make <
White 746, J. C.: Davis 895; For AssesSor a dress.

: A. L. Gambling' 247 L. B.. tute more for costly Pure mistake White Lead than to in use the a primingcoat. substi Several.additions were incorporated a case of It today. ': t' 'l

Smith 663, W: & Wynn 1,037; For Collector Avoid all risk by using in the final address including the demand iY1 you ,Jt- \ .

$15.00 to $30.00cTAllDARDTh I Affairs at the,navy yard are active. : R. S. Roddsnbery 197, A A. that "no new taxes be levied Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., t :1 ;. r i'E
The revenue cutter Fressenden is at EtribbJing,426, J.-'T. Williams 241, W RED SEAL t without the consent of parliament"and 404-408 ., t I
Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St. J' .a
I the yard and wilUgo on the dry. dock B :Anderson 262, HA. Bowles 609, T. Pure White Lead I I "parliament shall control all Pensacok, Fla. 3 L. ', t .; 4
Made by the Old Dutch Process
( )
fur :
repairs. F. Williams,205. {
,loans. .
,!I tY
Charleston Send for a booklet containing several handsome .
The dredge boat Is expected J'
On providing for the
tenffirfnctioni of actual houses offering valuableiiRSealions the paragraph ;
next month, and it is expected -, Suwanee County. : for a color scheme in painting Tout abolition of class privileges the house ':' i '
house. A test for paint parity is also given. .
will remain for some time Live Oak, May 17.--Full returns NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY decided to demand equality of rights ......, ",1 r
WTHIESEH1C. Everything needed 'at the navy yard.I from the primary in Suwannee county, Clark Ave. and 10th St. St.Louis.Flo.r without distinction of sex, nationalityor '-1 }
at present the officers state is on hand, for the principal offices, are as follows religion. The right to 'petition is d'l'

except skilled machinists, boilermakers : For congress!; Frank Clark 30; inserted and by practically unanimous Coronet Old Tom and Dry Gin .i ,
C. Goodman and moulders. Th'is: class of me- R. R. Commissioners, Appleyard 224, vote the emperor is asked to abolish ;:
C. Prop. chanics is in demand in the and .._ ""-- navy Bailey 441, Blitch 454, Burr 444; Supreme t&e deat'hpenalty and suspend immediately '= TI<<"" -,
I every effort is being made by the department Court, Clarke'447, Parkhill 452 throughout the empire the exe- 1 .'r.!' "'5,' :>

to secure skilled! labor of the Whitfield 461; Legislature, Wm., M. cution of all persons under sentence; CLC>CB.S 'f' : ;'
character mentioned. 'Positions are Cason335, W/R. Dorman 449, W. H. of death. .
plentiful for mechanics of the char- McClellan'-439. :A good 8 day Parlor Clock.. .. ........... ,_ ,,.., ,... ,... ." .....$5.00 ': t
COTTRELL acter named. I A good 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm $3.00.1.. : : ; i

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS., One of the most gratifying announcements -1. Franklin County. '' FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS fiURAL ROUTES 8-day :Mission Clocks, $2.75 to ....... .... .... .... ... ... ... .. ...$5.00 t, .:
made 'by the officers Is.: Repairing at reasonable prices. t ;. ; '
Pensaeola. Fla. Carrabella, May 17.-Results. of the
that sufficient funds are on. hand to J. F. DAVIS '
--- democratic, primary In Franklin county ESTABLISHEDThe JEWELER, at Coe's Book Store' i 1 ;
operate things here in naval Affairs. .
are as 'follows: Lamar. 238, 1I ;
This money will last, it is understood, Stephens '80;; Clarke'169, Parkhill 204, I ********#aDIAMONDS .. Io" .r : ; ;
Neat and New in Them until the end df the fiscal year, June
Whitfield,. 126; Appleyard 163, Bailey department has ordered the establishment ;, '
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafoi Si present 30.when. session appropriations pf made'will at the be 103: Burr 107, Blitch 109. Arthur I of Route No.2, Quincy, WATCHES, JEWELRY, | ;! .;

- distributed. congress' Gibson was nominated forsheriff.. Gadsden county; Florida, to go Into CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE S J I ;
TURTON & BELL. John Wa PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. G. W. Kinsey for tax collector, PATENT APPLIED FOR 21.7 miles in length, covers an area of STERLING SILVERWARE, | 'r :. ;

AN IMPORTANT At all| Druggists. 18 square miles and serves a population ART POTTERY /-
Kodak Supplies. Finishing lor Amateurs.
Leon County.. MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO., of 525.Route :. .

--- Tallahassee, May 17.Official returns Jacksonville, Fla. No. 1 from Alaohua Alachua CUT GLASSWARE I Ji':
R. K. WHITE I from the democratic primary in county, Florida, has been ordered into, ,' .
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate Leon County give Lamar 426, Stephens effect on July 16th. Tills route will s: .1h' t .

Optician. S. Paiafox Street. Pensaeola. Fla.Tcrsci.yTold 377; 'Appleyard 122, Bailey 366, BUtch LIGHT ON THE cover the territory near Bland and .:-1 "'? t

to The Journal. 4si S, Burr 544; Clarke 380, Parkhill Trackler and will be 22.9 miles long Engraving and Fine Stationery. k.:'' :

Washington May 17.-One of the 553 Whitfield" 576. For State Senator SPONGE TRUSTThe The area covered is 22 square miles)I $ .. ,
'most important but,less heard of pub- : Eighth District: John W. Henderson and the number of families served Is''' ,: ; I i' '
lications issued by the United States 513, W. A. Rawfe, 308. House of 'I' : I. ,
108 with of 454.
government is that: entitled "Treas- Representatives F. Banks 17, Gil- light of publicity 'was thrown a population Mail Orders Receive Prompt;Attention i '
Rutes No. 1 and 2 at Palatka, :(
Five county prisoners were sent< to ury Decisions.! This publication: Is Hartsfleld 350, W. K.Kieth 86, W. upon the so-called sponge trust at a ; .
Florida, ordered into effect ou
tte road yesterday.The L Bason 362, S. May Walker 298 'A. S. hearing before the House Committeeon are '
gotten out by .the Printing Division of ,; l :
July 16 Route No. 1 covers an area
city's employees received their I the Treasury Department, under the Wells 483. ;# :Merchant Marine and of Fisheries.t,of 22 square miles, is 22 miles in length i 1 f; ;
'a Incidentally a great deal Interesting I E. Eadeh Jewelry co
temi-monthly checks' yesterday.T. supervision of capable force, and is'1 Gadsden County. information was brought out concern- and has 102 families with a population) ; .
published promptly at 12 o'clock noon i ,
J. Anderson of :Mobile was a Thursday of'each' we 'k. This document Quincy/May 17. The 'official j re- ing the sponge industry in Florida. Two of 430. MOBILE, ALA. I'gSgfr ;. 1
Route No.2 is 18% miles long, coyers .
}:E'asantisIto to the city yesterday.J. usually runs from thirty, to sixty turns'1 front the primary in Gadsden bills which recently passed the senate 16 square miles and has 111 fami-, &S iiAGREATRAZOR& B I I'd' 1FP $- .I

D. "Meyers will leave to-day: for pages, and contains matter of unusual county give Lamar 447, Stephens'88; were the subject of the 'hearing. One lies with a population of 460. '1 ;
Jacksonville where he goes to accepta interest to the business interests of Appleyard 104, Bailey 205.( Blitch 394 of them proposes to prohibit aliens MATERIAL ARRIVING ., "

position. the country, such -as decisions.of the Burr 403; Clark' .-265 Parkhill. 361 and from taking or 'gathering'sponges In
r secretary of tihe treasury and other'officers '!'Whitfleld 337. the waters of the United States, and FOR( PANAMA CANAL : "<
Politics! to .a certain extent By Associated Press. SALE
: of the department affecting-the the otherprovides regulations for .1 .t
subsided and business is now fir a j'r' Alachua County. l landing, 'delivery, cure !and< sale of .' :
customs service; thejrulinrgs of the internal '
rormal state. Panama, May 17.-Chief Engineer
revenue'bureau on whiskey and Gainesville, May 17:-Senator H. H.'lC'Creary sponges.A. THIS MAIL :
Stevens of the Isthmian canal, who
During the suspension;; of Clerk;: tobacco cases, abstracts of decisionsof \ who has been representingthe A. Ser phic of Tarpon Springs,I sails for, the United States today, has WEEK 3 ORDERS 'II ,
Murphy of the police department customs and other cases by courts people of this county In the upper Fla., appeared: opposition: to the I!I with division I -
Patrol Driver' Coburger Is holding 'and the Board of General Appraisers branch of the legislature for the pas bills. He declared that!: if the measures I conferred his engineers, ONLY ; FILLED
down the day clerkship. twelve years has been almost unanimously were enacted into law they would getting together data{ for the preparation ; '
in New York, and"a mass of other mat! of the which he will .
returned for another term. : kill the in Florida and force I report pre. 97c 97c '
Galsen .ter of interest business These industry'
Cap a negro .in the employof to men. sent to the Isthmian canal commis- .
I Butch and Burr carried the the make' Cuba their ,2..50
countyfor operators to
the Stratton Ice Co., fell out of a decisions often represent many millions sion his arrival In the United
second story window of the plant last of dollars, and. the least ,slip-up railroad commissioners: and Park. headquarters, lint at the same time on $ AND! 3.00 IMPORTED RAZORS 97c. t
in the' of hill and1! 'Wlnit>field also'carried the they would fish off the Florida coast, States. Full Hollow Ground For Use. f .
Bteht, receiving painful injuries.T. figures on part those preparing Among the material which is being Set Ready
J. Holman,. commissionerof .this publication causesmuch, trou county. for justices of the supremecourt. outside of the three mile jurisdiction unloaded here for the canal companyare 1,000 Fine Imported Travelers Sample Razors will be placed on' s

county ble.- AnLinstance may be cited. In of the United States. 137 35 locomotives, 1,000 sale at 97c each. These razors are from one of the leading import.
fiat cars
) Baldwin county was a visitor to one.of the .decislons'not long ago the The charge is made that the sponge 22,000 cross-ties, 2,350,000 feet ers of razors In the United States. They are all high-grade samples. ,
the city yesterday. Mr. Holman Incomplete Returns. piles,
re trust which is said to have its head- '
copy read "wa5' e1.wool". instead of while additionalfeet We secured the'entire stock at a ridiculous figure. The assortment ",
tort, everything booming in the Stateof of lumber, 2,000,000
Jacksonville, May .Incomplete in New York, is behind the ,
"un-washed wool.! When the decisions due to arrive short comprises all the well known makes, including the ,"Wade & Butcher "
Baldwin of lumber
from and expects great things I reached'the'hands of those in- returns have been received from most pending bills, and that it desires: to are ," "Brandt," "Rogers," Wostenholm" Pipe Razor, "X-L-N-T," and 50 ,:
that section
In the near future. all of the counties in Florida. Park- limit the output in order to -run up ly. '
terested there''immediately came a popular brands of all the famous makers. In fact we have been sell ".
Mayor Bliss Is that the hill and Whitfield, for justices of the -prices. One of the arguments madein the identical each. .
taking care 'flood of letters to the department, estimated Not Jim Ardis. ing same razor as high as $2.50 and $3.00 Every
lalm trees planted by: the city in the at 'the" hundreds, questioning supreme court, and !Burr and Butch support of the bill is that at the captured at Bay Minette razor is guaranteed perfect and set ready for use. Any razor soil ',' _" ",

different parks and squares will be the "decision. The jnlstake( was immediately for members of the railroad commission present rate of fishin'g on the Florida: supposed The negro to be Jim Ardis, proved to that does not give perfect satisfaction can be exchanged. 'Special attention ,
cared for. He has workmen out observed'' and the necessary were generally successful, all ol coast the sponge beds there will soon will be given to mail orders and razors carefully selected.
Sily watering the plants and otherwise correction made.-- Prior to 1898 this those mentioned polling a heavy.vot become exhausted. ,be the wrong man. His: name is: Will BARBERS and OUR CUSTOMERS should take advantage of this ':..';
Chief Schad and ,
Thomas. Deputy -
caring for them. publication issued month Many precincts are yet to be heard Mr. Seraphic said that the beds replenish great sale as these are certainly high-grade goods. ;
was once a from Minette
from but it is not believed that later Saunders: returned Bay .
Now that the primary over, and and sometimes not then, it being got returns will change the present ah- themselves every two years yesterday afternoon, where they had WE WILL ALSO PLACE ON SALE }{ '
it is known that Rube Nichelsen has I ten out almost at any convenient pect and that/they attain a growth of three to identify the suspect.. "
been nominated ''for justice of the time. Secretary of the Treasury Gage inches every twelve mcaths. Jn support gone 1,000 of the Famous "randt Self Honing Razor Strop. These' -

I jeace of District No. 2, it is expectedthat realized the importance of these decisions of this statement he quotes gov Summer Homes Burned. I strops are sold and advertised everywhere at 200. Our price '1 it

a commission will! soon b-> issuedto to the business world and was Y. M C. A. CLASSES ernment' experts who recently made Beach Mass. 17. 97c each. =A; ,
Monument May
The Brandt Self Razor Is the best the __
the :
him. Judge Landrum's resignationof Instrumental in having the document an exhaustive investigation of through the summer cot Honing Strop on :
Fire swept
the office takes effect as soon as sponge'tl ds' on the Florida coast. market today. The only razor strop in the world that hones i<
issued week, which" Is now done
Ms every {GIVE EXHIBITIONThe tage settlement here today Twenty- and razor at the time enables to obtain t
successor is ready to qualify.Bids The bill regulating the handling of four cottages and the New York, New strops your same and you -
sponges, :Mr. Seraphic declared, would an edge which only an experienced barber can give. The '>.'f:'
for the erection of hall
a city Haven and Hartford railroad station
pert) be sacola would at slight 'expense get the absolutely prevent fishing for spongesIn Brandt Honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a razor
opened May 21. and1 June 1, destroyed. The loss Is esti--
athletic exhibition' at the Y. M. were with fewer strokes than other razor strop. Your razor
*ill w'tneiss!' : the opening of bids for widest.kind of.adveriislng.in.this way. the six months of the,year when it any i'
the Horm In '- C. A. last night was witnessed by a is possible to do so, a closed season mated at 60000. will show ,and your face will feel the difference at once. Guar. ,.
the and sanitary sewers. Tuesday night some one placed two fair sized crowd, who 'were delightedwith of six months, covering warm weather anteed never to become hard or glossy.Hooton's '
latter a Pensacola citizen
may big rocks on the bayou: car line and: the gymnastic exercises. 'l,
fllbmra! bid. bein'g-provided. ,
came near 'derailing the car. Motor. The exhibition\was given for' the It was brought out at the hearing Pharmacy
Analarm of fire from bor st, about man -Maloney saw the 'obstacles in purpose of demonstrating tile various that all of the sold ,

10:40: yesterday morning called the time to prevent what might have bee grades of athletic work done in the in this nearly country are "doped"sponges to give, food Cure Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.
department to extinguish small blazeat an accident.
a gymnasium s.
regular ,
them direct the sell.
weight: Buyers ., .
Barcelona th? residence of N. Goldring 320 N. Chas. F. Steward leaves Monday fora The following program' was rendered ing concerns to leave part of the sand Birthplace Prompt Delivery I :

ilightly damaged.street. The house was trip .east in the Interest; .of The Jour- :, and dirt in the sponge as' it comes' I NA TURE'S Phone 1100 PENSACOLA, FLA. .

nal. Mr. Steward' will pay rather extended ,Marching-Juniors. from the water. The sponge is then' .
Bass & Co., is one Pensacola firm visits to,Florala, Lockhart and Free Exercises and,'Dumb-bell Drill doctoredwith glucose, and as it is sold I -- """" =''''''' >' ,,

that is doing some valuable advertis- Gracev.511e and all the towns intervening Juniors. by weight, the profits are greatly In WAY --_. ----..,: ,
nz for the Deep Water City. On will 'be1 paid a call by this hustling Pyramids.Heavy :Free -Exercise- creased.. 'Two hundred: pounds of

very piece of stationery which this representative, of'West!F5orida's Seniors; Wand Drill, Junior; Mat clean sponge Mr. Seraphic declared, I II IISee

firm sends out, there is printed in attractive morning daily. Work Junior. weigh three hundred pounds wfoenput Diet List Below. When You Write Write Wright .
,lettering the words, "Gateway Class and Individual Work on Vault- through the glucose process. ,

to the Canal," and every envelope going Be critical -in the selection' of your ing Horse, Horizontal Bar and Parallel. l REGAINED VIA FOOD. We are not schoolmasters In penmanship-our end of it is to sup ,
through th mail from Bass & Co., extract Ask your grocer for Blue Bars-Seniors. HEALTH ply stationery of the kind that will, accredit you with your social

Contains that line. If every firm In Ribbon Lemon or Va>}lilia. Absolutely Pyramids.High Jumping, Tumbling CONGRATULATIONS : A man may try all sorts of drugs to friends, or will prove that you know what's what with men engaged 1

the city would do the same thing, Pen. pure. Goes twice as far. '! and Long Divin'g--Seniors."WHAT'S : help him to get well, but, after all, in commercial business. Our prices will prove a revelation

FOR "UNCLE JOE" the "food cure" is the method i ended m : M .

--_. by Nature. O I
: the efficacy of the
!Anyone can prove
.. Phone 235. 213 South PalMfox Sinai Peniacola / *
Special to The Journal. of the follow.
:t food cure by making f ,' v.
,,, tNamH'' kivur H.. t Washington, D. C., May 17.-"Uncle ing breakfast each morning- fifteenor r'

Joa" Cannon, speaker of the house of twenty days: x _____ "f'

A NAMEtta representatives, has received congratulation i A dish containing not more than four ''''' ."" """, ..,,... ,", ,. :
IN M from all over the United (heaping teaspoonsful of GrapeNutsfood -

I States on his recent attainment of his enough good rich cream to go II is

70th birthday., The biggest reception with it, some raw or cooked fruit, not Easy Money

In Washington officiallife ever seen than two slices of entire

A Piano's (;Good d Reputation :.toB: a, Sure was, that the other night at the Arlington more wheat bread, and not Money Saved I : 'i'i'I'he
the speaker by the houseof of
given i to" more than one cup Postum
representatives. A telegram -from Coffee, to be sipped, not drank easiest money one can get is the money saved in buy- ; ', :

a Kranich & Bach Packard. Lester; .Mehliri Clutter. Great piano names ((4 Edward H. Butler, proprietor of the Food hurriedly. Let this suffice for the Ing that which you need. If you would make your new :; :
; Buffalo News, is a sample of hundreds house cost less than your estimate, you will not fail to I i

these. They carry sure conviction of artistic excellence, superiority in received by Speaker Cannon.Ir.. breakfast.Let one meal in the day consist of 1 j get our prices on lumber, brick, lime, cement, builders' i '. :
m paint-We can furnish everything
hardware, shin'gles, ,:
construction and reliability in every detail,of tone and finish.. Anyoneof j Butler"My most says: cordial congratulations on an and abundance one other vegetable.of: good meat, potato. and It naturally follows that our prices will be lower on j i} '

fi yourattainment of the Biblical sheafof method will quickly prove the such quantities.Baunders I '
family Easy to buy. Easy to Get This
them will make your pay. I years; with eye undimmed and natural value of the selection of the right Mill Company

force unaJ>a.ted. .May you continue kind of food to rebuild the body and :
one today. for many years the adornment replace the lost tissue which Is destroyed Phone 71 7. 21 Cast Garden Street. ,,t .

I of' high station in public life, honoredof every day and must be madeup ..,,

the people and beloved oflegions or disease of some sort enters In. -
Oldest- andMusic Largest House 114-116 S. Paiafox St. jof devoted frientjsj" Speaker Can This is an age of specialists and the I I "
House Music. PhonelS I non's friends stllll maintain that he :above suggestions are given by a specialist MRS. ANNA VALENTINA'S sentence to life imprisonment of Mrs. t : '

Florid PENSACOLA wiU be .a ,prominent -figure before the in food values, dietetics and SENTENCE COMMUTED Anna Valentina. She is under sent'
GEO. W. C. CLUTTER Tret.Clutter.. B. E. CLUTTER National Republican convention. two Trenton, N. J. May .-Tae courto tence to be hanged on May 25 for t I
nor. .--... 8m years from now.' I I hygiene. : pardons today commuted the dFeth! murder of Rosa Salva. I -.



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PAGE FOUR _....- ; L
1 y ,. -...:-:
H. Baars shall constitute the Board--

t.t.V nal # Grand Annual Ball Directors 6. The highest amount of 'nd",, .

: Je Imjalola J aE by the ness or can liability at any lime to which subject thatlon .tsePOr3

Twenty Thousan Dollars '|20 UUh ',3
Union Palmetto ,
'Iii" ". MMMMMMOWI, Army Navy 7. The names and rl'Sidenct'--lf 01',

:.1 DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Beach May 22 1906. subscribed subscribers,for and the amount ,- "'s

,.r .....' by each are as fps; *:

> .PUBLISHED EVERY. MORNING EXCEPT, ,MONDAY vz c ; Trains leaving' 'Fort' Barrancas at da Benjamin, 37 shares.Dotson, Pensacoia F..f. '

...BY. 7:00 p.. m.;' train leaving beach for I. H. Aiken, Pensacola, FVU: ,
M .' ,., : f1 Fort Barrancas at 12 ,o'clock, and returning share. 1

#. THE JOURNAL COMPANY. to Pensacpia.! !Bryan Dunwody, Pensacola, PJO-
ADMISSION 256. 1 share. "ua'

M1 ; 1 Refreshments will be served.BENEEIL.CONCERT. H. Baars, Pensacola, Fonda! 1

FRANK L. MAYES President and General' Manager 4 ., .- (Signed) B. DOTSO\,

(,Signed) L H. Aik -i,
(Signed) BRYAN
(Signed) H. BAARS
#, ;. /: AUSPICES OF Personally before the umi. r- Ia. .j,
AC \ apeared Benjamin Dotson. :
: ';.; ..' '' SUBSCRIPTION, RATES. : 1 t Aiken, Bryan Dunwody and H Ra., 4:

,,7.,' One year............;.....>5 00 One .Month....... ........* is Pensacola Lodge, Ho. 497, known to me to be the ;mm",, /

Six Months................ 2 50 One Week....... ........ 10 iw Jv. an'n described and acknowledged :!1\.' :? ."
Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekly Edition per ,.ear..$! O( pry:t'i vw'J L.ff .., B. P, 0. Elks going to be their signatures am; .
the foregoing is their act aiw'! "j
? \
'' .n 4 THl:7ll11t.fI'I AT THE LIBRARY. HALL for the uses and purposes :nrraI:
Detailed / L
The Which
r Only Paamacola Newspaper From a I!) t11.I; t. stated.IN .
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. r. f I na,,
't1t SVtftt : FOR THE BENEFIT OF hereunto set my hand and affix,,,; \
\ j official seal, this 25th of I
f / :i day An. .

l. Offices, 108 and 110 East I Papers en Saloon Trains The Pearl Eagan ]Home. D., 1906. E. R BURGOYXE

Government' Phone 38. and at all News Stands. ADMISSION 50c. (Notary's Seal) Notary Pin.,
"" My Commmission expires O(;;)".. '
rruene.ee_ 7
t" t6 0/\ "" '" '" "" ., 1908.27anroaw4w..


t .. .._.. jid In County Judge's Couri. K- \01\: '
r- L County, Florida-By the "i' .;
Senate Will Decide only for the time being, but perman- Judge of said county: When.+ .. j i

ently. An advertisement that bringsa Sullivan has applied to this t.) >If' : .

i ., Type of Canal. customer to.a.store but once shows Ladies of St John's Episcopal Cborcli Letters of Administration on 'ne {r.sLate

4 Th announcement, through The-As- that either the advertisement or the of James McDonald .. '0-- ';
.- AT NAVY YARD late of the said County of Esi\i:,. _
it 'fiociated Press dispatches, that a majority store itself created but a Im
I These are, Therefore, to cite aiK:
of the senate committee on In- pression. Right here is a commonly 1' !' in the sail loft,, Monday,. evening, May monish all and singular the< ::a.

i : teroceanic Canals were in favor of the unappreciated fact-that, no matter I t fired and creditors of said dec-as*
21. Beat leaves Palafox wharf at 8:00 ', .
to be before tht-; -
0. and appear >
sea level plan, is a disappointment to how well your story may be told in

those who confidently expected that print after all it can but bring in the Admission 25c. -BOat free. on or before the 15th day ot ;IJlf!
I h _< A. D. 1906, and file objection' : 4-
."'' the Wg ditch would foe constructr people. The most important part toward they have, to the grantingr 1 : .

E :r ed without delay and ready to profitable' results must rest with aforesaid, otherwise the sam *' .

r handle the immense business that the storekeeper, his clerks, his stock 1JLi f:, '' 'VVOODAn granted as prayed' Witness m> :fan I
as County Judge of the Count si''
f will naturally seek bhe shorter and the _air of friendliness and popularity ?
said, this 3rd day of May law
f 'C- route that the Panama canal will off which pervades the whole-the xH" 31r1i1NC C7 L. 7'P kinds that you want. HENRY BELLINGER

fer between Atlantic and Pacific ports, store atmosphere, the "come again";; r 'f County judgs

as the sea level plan means that from feeling. [Money spent in advertising .,: ,

I: 12 to 20 years longer will be necessaryfor can be wasted in a no more effective AS THE SUMMER APPROACHES YOU \BEGIN TO'HEAR ABOUT THE SU'JEMER] GIRL AND THE BATHING DAB AND PINE AN ORDINANCE.

its completion, to say nothing of way than by having one or more tiredor rro Be Entitled "An Or-nnaw! *
e, .' incident THAT! CAN,OOOK A GOOD MEAL. cheaper than you can buyIt Granting the Privilege to the P-.,...
the vastly increased expenditure -
unaccommodating clerks, the result
Any size you .
anywhere. cola Gas Company, To Extend am(:
k to that form of construction. being about the same as a visitorat want. Prolong a Spur Track Ahead t'oc

I' The Savannah News, reviewing the a home_ feels' who has received an Even better proof is given by the Sunny Side structed on North Tarragona Str -

I' matter previous to the announcement effusive Invitation to call, but who plan of many members of the Democratic of Life E. 6. SEWELLPhone Between DeSoto and Cervantes
?> that the committee, by one majority meets an untidy house or a frosty welcome club to boom.Mr.,Bryan for the AND SUICIDES. Streets:
; Democratic nomination in 1908> the BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR
: for reporting in favor. of seat as 614.
was a when the call Is made. ---- AND THE CITY COUNCIL OFPENSACOLA
level canal had the to best man in the country to check the dF Sawannah News -
following say But, presuming that the storekeeperproves :
advance of Hearstlsm. I. .
r upon the subject: to be a good business farmer \ Section 1. That there i is her"

i On several occasions we have called and that his store and help are all What a change since 1896. fThen I !-H.t11H'al- H' \ i Legal Advertisements granted to the Psnsacola Gas C'ia.

.. attention to the probability that it the radicalism of Mr. Bryan alarmed pany its successors and assign. '11t'
they should be, .then the, newspaper Members of Congress and newspapers -
| I would take congress a long time to the country.. The markets-were paralyzed TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of privilege of extending and pioiong-
: must furnish the fertility necessary to have frequently pointed out ing for a distance of Two Hunured
v settle the question as.to whether theM as long as there'seemed the Supervising Architect Washington
canal we are constructing across the the crop. IFirst of 'all, while it is a chance of his election any the importance of extending the rural D. C., May 9, 1906.sEALED Feet (200) southward, the spur :;ra-',:

;. Isthmus of Panama should be a lock vehicle. for carrying advertising It justified the of colossal, and good men free delivery service, though there are PROPOSALS will be received at this now used by the said Pensacola ia-
use sums of .
f,' and dam canal of a sea level canal, must be a wanted and popular paper, money in order to defeat him some o: tb.9 nation's legislators during office until :a o'clock R. M on the 6th Company, situated on North Tairagona
r and .''We have seen it stated that Itdidn't believing day of June, 1S06, and then opened, Street, between DeSoto aau t -'
and .to possess the necessary featuresto that the safety of the republic 'wasImperilled the present session who have strivento vantes Streets.
make much difference whether for and at Santa
: plumbing sewerage
:-,- congress settled the. question or not, bring this about creates anta"oonlsm'betw'ee by his candidacy. But now restrict the, appropriation for It. Rosa Quarantine Station. Pensacola, Section 2. That the privi-2.,
1 conflicting Intereststheclaims in 1906. only.ten years later, even conservatives Fourth Assistant Postmaster General constructing ana maintaining, r -n
r because. the president had authority t + Florida, in accordance'with, drawings
t ,
to him in I +
are turning the
X; to settle it if congress failed to do of the reader to a sufficient belief P. V. De Graw; has been making' a and specification, copies! of which may extension to said spur track :> "
that he he
and only, can save subject to all the ,
Ii ;Y so, and that he had already decided amount of news 'matter in return .for the Democratic party from Hearst, personal investigation and is convinced be had at this office or at the office of and restrictions of terms, C'J1C1i'J"n ordrtapassed .,
I an : !
i: :to 'construct a lock-and dam canal. the :: should' be increased the Custodian of the Station, Pensacola :
subscription price and the efforts and the country from the possible that the,>erv4ce July 19th, 1889, by 'hlCIl ,>
J4 .It seems, however, that congress is I Florida, 'at the' discretion of the
aC the publisher to secure advertising triumph of class hatred. until "if embraces every rural privilege to construct the on; -la.
going to undertake to settle the Supervising Architect. James Knox
ques- Olr. Bryan Is undoubtedly a broader land spur track was! granted to the p,.: .
I revenue, without which his ] community of.the country.Mr. "
r.. tlon ass* to the kind of a canal that paper Taylor, Supervising Architect.
bigger than he cola
man was ten Gas Company
shall would years De Grave is given as authorityfor
be constructed, and on Saturdaythe not pay. 15may6teod.
ago, and is more inclined to approach Section 3. That said extension
11 senate committee on InteroceanleCanals the statement that physicians
While advertising is news In al great questions from the standpoint of In Escambia County Circuit Court, said spur track shall be const / -i i
took a vote on it, preparatoryto sense, nobody subscribes for, a paperin I the statesman than that of the agita- recommend the introduction of rural State of Florida. .In Chancery. L'z- In accordance with the plat th} ':> '

.I., l : it was making found a report that the to the committee senate, was and order .to read advertisements. A: tor. His criticism has become con- free ('delivery. iri* even the romotest regions zie Jones vs. Henry Jones. On Mon annexed and made a part of this ur-

1 to evenly divided. paper so.filled would have no circula: structive rather than destructive. His as a sure cure for melancholiaand day, the 4th day of June, A. D., 1906, dinance.
, 1: article on "individualism versus Socialism" ailments th'at the defendant, Henry Jones, is required -
tion. I other depressing assail "You say it costs less to run this automobile Passed April 25th, 1906.
Nobody would for
| If the committee is evenly divided pay It. The
is notable this.
of The
: an isolated life. While travelingin than that trotting horse you to appear to the bill filed against Approved !May 3, 1906.
what chance'is there for the senate to successful newspaper, we think, is the. of It is justified.The some of the mountainous .regions owned 7"_ him herein. This order to be publish CHAS. H. BLIS

r t: come-to an agreement promptly! And one which, best succeeds, in preserving: change, however, has not been of New England Mr. De Graw was the "Yes;, I used to bet on the trotting ed once each week for four consecu- Attest: MayorC.
f. I' if the senate debates the question fOrt that balance which makes it desirable all on the part of Mr. Bryan: Public guest of a physician who'showered horse." .. tive weeks in' The Pensacola Journal, E. MERRITT, Clerk.I .
weeks will not the house likely do ;! !I.it! ;
', alike, to both reader and advertiser, opinion has changed also. There has blessings upon the system, with the .... a newspaper published in said Escam- hereby certify that the at 're's!
i likewise! been such an advance in radicalism in ;-- bia County. A. M. McMillan Clerk correct
which it daily round of the carrier. This physician ... copy' of an Ordnance
:i. t-_ In the :meantime Mr. Shunts, the means that must first be a the past ten years that Mr. Bryan be- explained that it was a Godsendas > .. Circuit Court. By L., G. Aymard, D. passed by the City Council of PC; .

t president of the commission, is beg newspaper or contain some particular gins to look now as a conservative.Even a cure for melancholia, and that the .. V1.. C. Pensacola, Fla.,, May 3, 1906. cola, Fla.. at a meeting he! .\ i 11! I
t i gang congress to settle the matter at merit in itself which is worth buying the Republican party has adopted official statistics of the isolated regions! ((Seal) 25th, 1906.

t 'i'; once, ,or else there will soon be thou. at.a fixed price per year. some of the very measures which showed that the number of suddotes ... .3 C. E. MERWTT. I

1 ;;; sands of.Idle men on the isthmus. It Some he advocated., :Mr. Bryan is.now discovered -had materially decreased since rural .;. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that City Clerk, Pensacola F a
g will be impossible to go on with the papers, from their appear to be in the attitude, not of a free delivery became general. on the 1st day of June Av D., 1906, application I

1 a. I work before the type of anal is de ance, seem to have sold themselves, prophet of revolution/but an advocateof The physician, in further explana- will be made by BenjamIn

't {t' termined. body and soul to advertisers. It Is reform. In some things be seems tion, said that thousands of persons Dotson, L H. Aiken, Bryan Dunwodyand The Journal Printed

f 'But it seems that the recent earthquake difficult to understand why they have more. radical than Mr. Roosevelt him- who before the installation of rural H. Baars, to the Governor of the] I

; ? at San Francisco is likely to subscribers self. Therefore; its that New York free delivery were unaccustomed to State of Florida, for a charter incorporating During April 1906
, : have, a marked effect upon the opinions except unwilling ones who Democrats who for ten years have the sight of a visitor for weeks and them under the style of Dot- ,

t. i of many congressmen, and perhaps feel bound to take their home paper, fought Mr. Bryan are now almost ready months at a stretch, were now cheered son & Company, under a charter for, Total of I

t 2 on that of the president, as to the whether it is worth its cost or not, to welcome him with open arms'1f by by the daily call of the carrier. which application has been filed as a s I

;\ bind of canal that ought to be built and certainly such papers must be so so doing they can destroy Mr. Hearst These parsons are permitted to be iu required by law, a copy of which is: !

} t- { Panm ia subject to earthquakes, and carelessly read as to give to their adverting and head off the socialistic! a'gitation. touch with the outside world. They as follows: I I

. It one ebould occur in the territory of It does not follow all this that the have something new to talk and think We, JAMIN'oorsoN, BRYAN
i- the canal after the canal was con patrons very little value. country In 1908 will find in Mr. Bryan about, thereby 'diverting their minds DUNWODY, I. H. AIKEN and H., 149,500 I

t, structed. it would have a very disastrous Again, even a good paper must circulate the best man for-president; but it will from their'personal troubles. BAARS, do hereby make application -:

i .' effect upon it, if built at a high the story of business within the indeed be justified in turning to him The march of progress will not M for letters patent incorporating COPIESor
1 ,' if the alternate be the the rural freajo.'elivery 1 fall by the way- us and our associates in
level. The locks and dams would be territory wherein business may rea- triumph of a
policy of social side. If Congress in a paroxysm c-f t tI accordance with the laws of the State
J revolution.
f shaken down the Mr.
i and great work Bryan's -
sonably :be expected be done is to
to anxious
by the
advocacy of economy prune appropriations J of Florida, under the following charter :
; would be ruined. Therefore it is that government ownership
. .' many congressmen who had made up firm paying for the story. :An advertiser of railroads will, however, be a other let place.it make the beginning in : ; an Average of

I : their minds that a high level canal 'should gauge his, payment for hard pill for the New York' conservatives some 1. The name of the corporation is
to follow' I DOTSON & COMPANY: and its prIn- .
,c was what was wanted, are now thinkIng space on tributary circulation-that "
! THE BAGPIPE. \ cipal place of business is the Ctiy of
:; seriously if It wouldn't be
; folly is, a circulation of 1,000 copies tributary t Pensacola, Escambia
h to construct such a canal In view of to HAIR ELEPHANTS. .r.I;: AISL County State of 5,980 t
tore is worth to him five Florida.
.r r, 4 en earthquake the isthmus. f Is tho Only Musical Instrument Distinctly '
. }. Even the president, it is said, isn't times in money more than a circulation I National. What! AgainfOfficer I 2. The general nature of the business DAILYThe
;The skin of the -I saw you deliberately run over to be transacted by the said corporation -
of 200 is
copies. This is elephant
sim- '
I so anxious as he was to assume the ; practically
The bagpipe of Scotland is the that woman, and yet you say there were is the carrying on at Pensa
responsibility that the dams and locks pie a be' destitute of the coat ,
proposition to hairy
disputed circumstances.
: extenuating
1 yet p-
mIy instrument of which it be cola and elsewhere in the State of following fi'gures show T-: fl'
l' plight be shaken to pieces even before it is one commonly overlooked.- which is the distinctive covering of may Chauffeur There were. She's my
'r said that it is distinctly national. Florida, of the >business of machine sacola Journal's circulation f" aca
I t : the completion: of the canal.1 The canal t mother-in-law.
? mammals. But the extinct
Taneytown Md.) Record.It mammoth shops, foundries, 'boiler .
; Question may take as much time tot The violin, the flute, the horn and making, buying day during the month of Apri.: : '

::', ( settle as the railway: rate question 1si had an undercoat of reddish other instruments are common to chandise and selling. goods, wares and mer with the average number of ,,5.-:
i : taking: is. said that Prophet Dowie is brown wooly fur, in which dark, dr, every kind and descrip
, .. many nations but the bagpipe is tion whatsoever. and dally:
pe- ;jto own and
"i', rear to death. B6ut time he sent in bristly hairs were thickly set Both oper
j culiar to Scotland, and, although it ate mills, boats, barges and other vessels April 1, 6,200 April 16.
: If 'J} a' hurry call for the chariot of fire. wool and hair have-be found with does not now the position it and to do all other acts and April 2, ... April 17. 5 goo
Truth About occupy
't; -- .1* remains in the frozen soil of Siberia. once did it is found in no other things usual or customary or convenient April 3, 5,850 April 18. 5900:
; 2> Advertising.Newspaper ', The present condition in Russia maybe : Some years since traces of this fur for the, successful operation ol April 4, 5,900 April 19, 5900

& -r the quiet that proceeds the storm.It's were discovered in the Indian elephant country.In such business. April 5, 5,950 April 20. 5903

r: 4 M advertising is valuable: and from time tp time in- the days when the notorious 3. The amount of capital stock is April 6, 5,950 April 2'\ 5.9CO

that it Bob Roy committed his depredations Four Thousand Dollars $(4000.00) to April 7, 6,000. April 22.. 6.2..0
1 f' i in the,proportion represents an pitchfork vs Big Stick in Washington dividuals occur in which the hairs ,
be 8 23.
divided into April 6,600 April "
' when the Vieh Ian Vohrs lived forty (40) shares of
and told
interesting true story, at the just
Jj.11 1 now. are developed to such.an extent a? securely in their fast- a. v the par value of One Hundred Dollars April 9, ..o. April 24, 5.8CO

,' > .| right time through popular papers., .H H >>..I to be noticeable by casual ,observers. and highland ( ($100.00) each, all of which is to April 10, 5,900 April 25 5900;

.:.- I J/ke fanning, it depends on know how, # A natural history journal has ness kept np their dignified so- wceoac be paid for immediately upon the or- April 11, 5,900 April 26, .gjU

=- "i proper seed, proper planting and fertlllty WALL STREETS OPINION #' called attention fo' the fact that vial position ii n'the stirring times ganization of the corporation in.per.. April 12, 5,900 April 27. 5900

- of soil Simply! paying for space OF WILLfAM J. BRYAN 3 there is now a hairy elephant in the 'of which Sir Walter Scott has told sonal property at a valuation tq .be April 13, 5,850 April 28, 5.900.2.0
,' 'I. as-the bagpipe player was one of fixed as required by law. April 14, 5,900 April 29.
I it with lot of "
and filling a unattractive Basel So thickis
Street zoological gardens the important 'personages in the 4. The term, for which the said corporation April 15, 6,250 April 30.
Wall News.
J!' as s time worn generalities is not profitable #a the growth that at, the congress chieftain's retinue and these be shall exist is the period. of Total for the month. 149,503

-1 : advertising, not good business farm HlH H of zoologists at Berne in' August, may ninety-nine '((99) years. -
considered the' of the
;t! 1 tng., In the country at least we dok' 1904, the remark was- made-of as palmy' days 5. The business of the corporation Average per day . 5,980

,4' 'l' not believe that a vast amount of pro- There is no more remarkable incident course in jest-that the animal was instrument. is to be conducted by a Presi- -.
;J I < in' American politics than Within the region more strictly dent, a Vice President and a Secretary 1 hereby certify that th- rl n' e
; : fessional skill Is required to write a the really a mammoth. Rustum In-
t an
known shrill andj Treasurer, and a Board of '. ::11 p
the its statement Is accord
of as correct
' 4 ,:, '.* good ad. but simply the full knowl- change public sentiment, especially dian elephant that lived in the Regent's four: (4) 'Directors, to be elected at records
note on file in this
l. .in the east, toward William J. Bry was the first sound that fell on
;; w..; ,1 edge of your business and surroundings an. 'A conspicuous'proof of this is afforded park gardens from 1876 to the ears of infancy. It charmed the The WA He Flg-wred It. the regular .annual meetings! of the
:" ;- together with ability to pla.cebl- by the praise given Mr. Bryan 1882, when it ':os presented to the Mr. Wise-If s a fine machine but I corporation, to be held on the first
rude Caledonians in times of joy.asd bare to employ a man who does nothing Tuesday after, the first Monday iu
t tlore Unpeople a simple story of what by the Times, which, commenting Berlin gardens was'almost-as hairy.
., UponBryan's comforted them in scenes of else but keep it in repair. July of each year. Until the first I
t} ; ,; you have and why they should be in- article on socialism says that The calf born in London in' 1902 mourning It animated their he Auto Agent Well, it it furnishes steady election, the officers who are to conduct Hgr. Circulation.
he is "rebuilding his reputation, that employment for one man it's a great deal
f l" M. terested in knowing about It. had a hairy coat, as may be seen in the business of .the corporation ,
tho article "would enhance the roes battle-'and welcomed them better auto than those that don'tRead
from its mounted skin' in the Natural ; shall be, Benjamin Dotson before me
! [ President Sworn to and subscribed
of writer that back from
any and "he their conflicts, and wher
L H. Aiken Vice
somer' ,
President and Bryan this
2d day of May, 1906.
the History museuio.
I examines questions at issue with
Il } ;.... ever their chiefs went it accompi- Dunwody, Secretary and Treasurer PERRY DICKEN:
.t !<, y j rust be interested and attracted,not a judicial wind. -- them, even to tM..my e, The Journal' Want Ads which three persons together with Notary Public.!:
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'." ''M.Ji PEN 8ACO'LA' JOURNAL' FRDAY$, MORNING, MAY ,18 I, nOl ,.ti 1 t
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; r MORMON CHURCH : Every' woman'- covets a' )" '.lfl.t'T .lfl.t'- :'

PEOPLE I "The Best 1 is What We'Sell" MarrIed apeIyprettyfigureand -;. Jk: _

A and EVENTSSeen t OUT Of BUSINESSPRINCIPAL ; many of them deplore the < ..

t. loss of their girlish forms ,
hI'. :
after marriage. The bearing f ,

Heard and Done Among, Those Who Go, Come and I Chili OVER HOLDING BY BIG TO ENGLISH BE' TAKEN t- Woiiiei, of to children the mother's is'often shapeliness.destructive'; ':..::: Ji t1--:.; .-=

: All of this can be avoided, : :
\ -- CATE. .I great liniment always 'prepares the body for the strain upon it, and : : 1',:
I "" preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend ,
overcomes all the } .. ti i',
By E.. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. By Associated Press danger of child-birth, and carries the mother <:
expectant safely throngh ,
COlla Salt Lake, Utah, May 17.-The Mormon this critical
period without pain. It is woman's .il
church is greatest blessing.
: ; out of busines:
I according to a local morn'ng! paper Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the : 1f'W!

CVSBORNE-PRICE WEDDING Its principal holding in Salt Lake, the use of this ; '
# h tf
INVITATIONS RECEIVED ,, 'l.he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature.. I Utah, Light and Railway (Company, is remedy. ;; '4 :.
wonderfulMother's )
: :tt HJ I
WILL UNITE PROMINENT .- :i I to,be taken'over by a $25.0 0,000 cor.poration drtfggists at :. P
composed of English and 1 't;
SOUTHERN FAMILIES. .. ; CarneA :American- 1 t f"'
: capitalists.
:: "; ..- i The board of book, telling all about .
Pensacola relatives and friends of directors will include H. H. Vreeland } ;
the two prominent families thus to be New York City; Baron d'Oissel, Paris;; this liniment will }ho sent free. 4.{ :.1 ,
to happily and more closely united, Sir Thomas Jackson London; Ale I

:esterday received1 ths following invi-- Mexican dish made of meats / McKenzie Ottawa, Canada; Beresford fleBralfiei&Regthtcr Ca., Affcati, 6a ; ,1, i

tations. Hone London.and a number of Utal r .
;:Ur. and'Mrs. ''Frances Ritchie Ofeborne J. Mexican Beans "and Chili pep- I men.Simultaneously 1 ;:

invite you to be presentat / the announcement h; koMJiM M M
Try a for
the marriage of their daughter : pers. supper made that the Salt Lake and Log I ,

Hellen Wood some evenin-g ,and you will like Angeles railroad another church "S <, t
to Mr. Augustus Hobson Price. I I property, has been sold to a local syn "ii r. }

:Wednesday afternoon May thirtieth, it.Small I II flicqte for- '5OOO.. Tfods road is; '" Miss ttn.

ninteen hundred and six '... Cans.. .. .; .. .. .lOc i thirteen miles in length: and runs from l :i ; :
at six o'clock. ... the city to the lake. President I h.
Large CansROSENAU'&GERELDS.. .. .. ..'.15c' i Joseph 't't
of the Good
church Shepard !
The 1. F. Smith of the Mormon church Is
Jacksonville Florida. quoted as saying that
...., .\ i divorce of '
,I religion from business is made on account
Mr Price 1 is the stepson of Mrs. : _. r I' of the fact that the Mormons Dorothy

Charles Price of Salisbury,. N. C., Is .".. whom the church sought to protect, e

hIghly connected throughout the some years ago no longer need the! 4 ta '
and is a first cousin 6f Mr. ;j i-/ !
touth : protection of the church in business! I i ; < I'
Ilichmond Pearson Hobson of Ala affairs. Dodd 'l" :

barna. If this policy is completely carried ::.:t.

Miss Osborne is a lovely young girlveil I, The Fancy Grocers, out,'the 'sale of the traction interestswill ,
'f .
known and widely connected in = '
be followed by the sale of stocks: I' J .r I" "',1
Pensacola society where she haJJ visit.
ed her aunts Mrs. Scarritt Moreno, flfef( ff45\\ Phone 391. Pensacola. in banks, sU'gar factories, the Great Z. Ti -- ,..

Miss I Carrie Roberts, her cousin :Mrs. C.smaller M., I. department store and many announces with pleas *fc rr:

W B. >Wrght! and other relatives, and -_ enterprises. It will be nothing ure the arrival of an s* :.
less than
a commercial revolution In
is to bg
Mr. Price sincerely congratulated -
upon his conquest of so sweet a1rld Utah. : other large shipment t :.f :! .
'r'[ :1
: ('. of.t the newest and t
Miss Carrie Roberts and.Miss Susie 1 "'; '

Moreno left several days ago'for Jack. I F' BEUUH I SUMMARY OF = daintiest creations in :Mil .

fronrille and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ',
: l
(Osborne until after their charming THE WEATHER f& ;
kinswoman's wedding.} e Feminine
F'ootgear 4 f'
Owing to recent bereavement in the ,
,, ..
.. ,
family, the wedding will be a quiet f9 ; -
one in the church and without attend- Special to The Journal. I The maximum temperature yesterday ;! "
tnts, after which Mr. Price and bride : /41 was 62.degrees at 12:40 p. m. and tl
'Will spend a portion of their honeymoon :. -' .'}I. Bsulah: May 11.-fi", continued dry the minimum 68 "degrees at 1 a. m. ; PARKER' REESE Jjl !

at Asheville and then go to Sails J?: .. JA : weather is beginning to show its effect In his summary of the weather ys.' WATSON & GO'S

bury where they' will reside. .c on some of the crops, but most of terday Observer Reed said: ,
-+- <-+ "'f'" 'I, 4ii the stuff is holding Its own and lookIng "High'pressur areas are centralthis 'r"l BIg Department Store.
: 't,'. F. i :H well, corn particularly so. Most morning over Tennessee: and Idaho l"i':; .

HETURNED. FROM DeFlTNIAK. ..-'..',,.,,'.., \\\ of been the cut oats and In taken this neighborhood care of in good has while tha pressure from western has remained Texas northward low,-, := and would adyise the women of Pensacola, if interested yi :P'1, .

Mrs. Marion Clutter has returned ,-:.<-.;if', ,, t'. J \\ shape. The yield is small as the rust ,the greatest depression being over in Fashionable Foot Covering, to call at once andthis see

from DeFuniak where she spent the r .:: ." 'damaged! it a great deal but what is eastern South Dakota. superb line.STYLES. 1tr_ '
'WInter, earlier than she expected on .'',;.-. left makes excellent hay with a good "High temperatures still prevail ; .':
account of the illness of her mother ,1, > "' deal of good hard grain in most of the ever the eastern half of the country ,

Mrs. A. F. Brown. Mrs. Brown has ._'--; : heads. Freezing temperatures are reported Pumps, Ox- U ,

improved slightly but is still quite ill. A PRETTY SAILOR! MODEL: Mr. J. F. Pierce has a piece of corn from parts of Utah Nevada and Wyoming -f fords, Gibson Ties. IfA\k ., f., "

In DeFuniak Mrs. Clutter spent avery White mohalm es this new and covered buttons arQ.set wwn the front thatis w-adst: high at this writing andILpromiesaigood : 1

busy and enjoyable' season. She attractive waist model for wear with a pleat, stJtch8d, ntbQt edges and fastened yield if nothing 'There have been showers' since, = STOCK-Patent Kid, L ? ",
was organist of the First M. R church Wednesday morning in Minnesota the
happens,to itJater. '
end had a large class in music Sleeve of
found time to' enjoy the social. life and ial. The plain back is-drawn in at the length-eyes. tucked! for several}hree-quarters inches oa !Ir-, Black of Baldwin county, Ala.'Tho ., in New England by attended in many localities -I i ? 3 Bokara Kid: Vici Kid, Canvas, L : I '

the Chautauqua advantages.Her waistline with slight:fullness, and the the lower rtot: '\ had baen to Pensacola with a tnund3rstorms. Light in both and colored '
many friends will be pleased to p the arm.and i1 shedwith' load of Irishpotatoes.: He said they snow flurries were' falling in Yellowstone whije !
full fronts tucked about two !
turnback cuff of the mohair. <
learn that ''Mrs. Clutter will probablybot a Park, at 7 a. m.; elsewhere, fair:
slow that could '
go north this summer. inches above the bustline to a shallow The>skirt, is' a very full circular model were Siile.and' he veather has prevailed1. The light I WIDTHS-A, B, C, D 1. ;
hardly get rid of,them at any price. He
yoke ;beneath the sailor collar ,
a- square finished with a deep stitched: hem, raiD! in the southern states ended '
states of elI kino's 'andE
are I
MR. AND MRS COVINGTON' the edges of .which are stitched and ihe'belt.is of white taffetas drawn \dnsday., I 'r' .
of th.coun- '
with heaVY''white silk.-: White ilk. through moth r goo )RECEIVE SAD NEWS ON bucklesof pearl try. Fair weather will continue over this LASTS-The
and nobbiest
.' vicinity to-night and Friday with light newest as well as < i
RRIVING: HOME. 'The grader has been a part of
over '
southeast'to east winds.? the comfortable
most fitting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Covington re ceased gentleman with .his wife :and MALORY'S TRIBUTE TO the hard road 'leading to this settle i f .'l.

turned Wednesday night from North children visited in Pensacola:last'year N'HILL ment and has done good work, considering RAUSCHER HAS'ESCAPEDFROM .
frSENATOR PRICES S2.5Q $3.00 and $3.50.
Carolina where they were called by and there are many friends here'who. the .condition of the soil PRISON GUARDS : l'
the illness o'f' the former's brother, Mr.V. will he pained to learn of his death; which is too dry for effectiveness, allot -
I ;
\ P. Covington who is not expected .-+- which 'was apparent to'our worth Thos. Rauscher, the young white 3C2 THE PLACE: '
Mrs. William Dawson, Jr., her The Washington Post : commissioner. Andrews but he
to live. and of their &ughter Mrs. W. man who I was sentence! from Escamftia ,
I. McLendon formerly Miss Capitola jr-other Mrs. Gramlin, and son Vernon,' "The greatest Senator the South"Eas had to send the grader over the roadt county to 'five years in the penitentiary i '

Covington, who is now happily con- of,Milton are guests of Mrs., Jamesonon toad since the Civil War, in my opinion stop the howl raised in i >rtain for forgery a short tim ago Has >1 Watson ParkerReese

ralescent.On West Romana this week. was Ben Hill of Georgia," said I quarters. escaped from the camp of S. A. .RawIs COi r .
their arrival home Mrs. Coving Senator Stephen R., 'Mallory of Florida The telephone line to the Star Turpentine 6:. Co., at Gabriella, Fla. A reward of ,
ton received the information that her CONVENT SENIOR GIRLS at the ''National. The Florida Co., and the Barrineau an
brother, Mr. W.. J. Armistead, had just ENJOY PICNIC AT BLUFF. Senator is one of the ahleet membersof Trammel Co. campi is nearing com other-convict named Williams also Successors to Green & Watson. fs

filed in Hagerstown, Md. The de- Yesterday a, merry party composedof the Senate from the South. His plefion and they will soon be in direct escaped. : 33 and 35 South Palafox Street. .
the Senior girls' class from the con :father served in the Senate in the. ear. communication with all parts' of the 'r'[ is
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,h I ----- vent schools spent the day at Magnolia ly fifties and was later Secretary of county.Mr. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. :

..-- I Bluff leaving the city about 9 a. m., the Na'Vy in the Confederate CabinetThe J. Bryant business.was in the city yesterday :'nnn CTWWWWWWWW 1j;. '
and returning about 6 p. m. All present Senator 'Was a memberof on OPERATION AVOIDED '
thoroughly enjoyed the day, .ths State :Legislature and of the Mr. A. J. Busby and family were _
The Sisters and chil 'ren" desire to House of Representatives before h? the guests of Mrs. Ray, at Bayou Moccasin "

extend their' grateful thanks to entered the Senate."I last Sunday. EXPERIENCE Of MISS MERKLEY "uuuudrua NOW READYSedan's '
What when the ruin comes :,
Fresh Messrs. Pou Woods and Robinson remember Ben Hill very well," Mrs. Eliza Busby is gaining slowly goes up .
through whose' courtesy the party said the Senator, reminiscently. ."I but we hope permanently. She :was She Was Told That an Operation Waa down? Umbrella. .:
were conveyed to Magnolia Bluff and visatetf him, several times at his home in the city yesterday to .ese her physi Inevitable. How She Escaped It. What runs from San Francisco to Bath House

tacfc' free of charge. They desire also m LaGrange, Ga., where he had ,a cian.Mrs. New York and still they never move? Everything first-class and ,
delightful Southern place. On Thos. \SBarrineau entertained a When a physician tells a woman suffering Railroads.
to thank Mr. Lipps, who so kindly the! 4
sent them .a .liberal, supply, of soda- back piazza there was a great silver few friends last Saturday evening. assisted with serious feminine trouble Around the house and around the up-to-date. :
SWISS water. dipper'in the shape of a cocoanut by :Mrs. Jas.' Snowden and Mrs. that an operation is necessary, the very house and only one track it leaves? -. --- -- --- 'i.
+- -where he used to regale us with clear Mabel Sutton. The evening was thought of the knife and the operating Wheelbarrow. % Z.'$ %io 'i-$" rt": ,
water ipassed in social intercourse and music. table strikes terror to her heart, and '
spring ,
Miss Fannie Ca.1dwellwill entertain The Senator was not a Around the house and around the 1 ;
:ttai1ernot; both instrumental ana1 vocal. Miss our hospitals are full of women comingfor # PIANOS AND ORGANS. ,
a large party,at, cards Wednesday gr ; ,"brilliant converser, house, and into the corner it ? # 'f.
afternoon at 4:30 for, Pensacola but he possessed a. powerful Intellect. Eva Waters presided at tile organ and just such operations. # CASH OR EASY TERMS. it >:;
He gloried, in : .ndered several excellent numbers. Broom. % All Piano Work ,
Chapter U D. Cj The invitations will a fight. Controversy Guaranteed. ;;
CHEESE ; was meat and drink to' him. The one that appealed to me and When Is a blrrcllike a tree? When # CLUTTER RUSHING .
be out in a,few days and .it promises,I Roscoe *
to be a delightful affair. : Conking attacked with his tongue brought back the memories of "long blown over. # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. t
: .'v: 1 I every man in:the Senate whoopposed: ego was "Old Folks at Home, as : When Is a man like grass? When # PHONE 476. ,

Hon. William A., Ra-wls arrived;! him but: though the way was laid ung by Mrs. P. C. Dawkins. Dainty shooting. %

from Tallah'3i3'Se'e.Thursday. morningand open on numerous occasions, he never refreshments were served, flinch was Why is a horse like ice cream? The $ $ i
35c lb. of Dr. and once made a /fight on Hill. There are played and a recitation "Caleb'sCourtsbip It _
as usual. ia theguest ," by Miss Lydia Spare more you lick It the faster goes. -- '--" --- n. -- ,:1BOSSO'S

:Mrs. Louis DeM. Blocker. on North. strong South men to-day in Congress, but n representingthe nein closed 'a very pleasant evening. Mrs. '? Why did George Washington stand '
Hill. my while he slept? Because he couldn'tlie.
Elizabeth Scott Barrineau and her son up
is the of "
judgment equal
Ben Hill.
*. ,_d'r
S Charles, of Quintette were .
This cheese is strictlythe Mr. Charles B. McGllI who has beenin those. present.Arthur among = : -' Ice Cream '
Birmingham, Ala.,for,a,day or two 4'SS Factory
imported article and Fish'Chowder. Spare and family were the ; :; Mother Natare'B Ilonte Cleaning. .
is expected home to-day.' guests of R. I. Bradley of Muscogse, : Mother Nature wanted to get her can furnish you cream in '

is the very best to be had + will At the popular bathing resort. of the last Sunday where they had1 the house ready for her summer boarders, any quantity. Satisfaction

in the world. Christ chiiichSundayschool" enjoy East Hill Boating and Bathing Club, pleasure of meeting and making the for she knew that they would be here guaranteed.PHONE.
its annual"picnic! at Magnolia, Bluff Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 to 9. p. m.:, acquaintance of Mr. Clarence Bradley 1326
So she called all her helpers together
A new consignment,of to-morrow. ,: ,. I hot. coffee, lunch and cold dishes daily 'and his estimable wife (nee Miss Belle soon. and told them what she was SAM BOSSO. Prop.
+ 2t M. A. SCHOTZ'Mgr. nderson).
"Mr. Schultz from, ,the Pensacola Miss Mary: Spare 'and Mrs. Ella 0 going to do. Of course you know her I '
'Morrill's freight office: arrived last evening and Wood n were in the city shopping helpers were the sun. the wind and !-

was cordially welcomed by the Penl a- I and sight seeing yesterday, combining Af f, Q"/.e!.lJferey rain. And this was what she told

cola boys 10.Mrs. ," eays a Denver. 'letter dated WHITE business: with pleasure. a..', them-that she was going to clean The "Reason Why"People

Sugar-Cured May .,- There are cases where an operation I house. So she called her sun and told '

Helen Lewis who left Saturday A Trouble Box. isthe only resource, but when one con- him what to do. She said that she U often speak to us

arrived safely in. New York whence CANVAS Major McDowell clerk of the house siders the greatnumber of cases of wanted him to melt all the Ice and about the popularity of our place .
ehe sails to-morrow for Scotland on a of representatives, has a place for menacing femal troubles cured byLy4ls snow. Then the wind would sweepit and the steady "come-back". ;
Shoulders keeping things written on paPer. He E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound habit of every person who comes ,
visit to her father and: brother in all in one place; then the kind sun
Glasgow, expecting to return In No PUMPSatesummer's has a pigeonhole In his desk labeled after physicians have advised would dry It all away.: Soon MotherNature's here the first time This is but ,'"!, '
"' woman should submit to the natural result of our meth- 1
1'ro ble. It be old operations no
vember. ._ ., '.. may an story without first trying the Vegetable i house was all ready. Her ods cf dong: business-us'nthe ,
about the who has of deposit
man a place -
Hams and boarders came and took ,
summer rooms
Pinkham -
and writing
best materials that
Flavor" Ideal foot Compound very can
rrJle "Blue Ribbon, arouses covering- for the memoranda relating to '
which is free. In the trees. Then summer '
advice came.
I Lynn, Mass.for : be bad to make our sodas and
the, lagging, appetite% k your grocer -light, cool, comfortable, neat and tasty troubles, but In the case of the major. .
for "Blue R'bbon' Vanilla. the Is :Miss, Margret Merkley, of 275 Third creams. The natural result Is
trouble pigeonhole no fiction. ,
! Bacon : : Another Wg hipment Just r received in Street, Milwaukee, Wis., writes: Shepherd Dog a rich cream of velvety smoothtness
He and he
has it filled with
I I all sizes-and widths, light und heavy one keeps The shepherd dogs of South America and delicious flavor and
STONE CLOSING'OUT the letters of those who are in troubleor :Pear Mrs. Pinkham: '
F have extra to cool that's
soles. an !duty perform. The sparkling soda fit ;
\ STOCK CLOTHING who desire to get the major into Loss'strength,extreme nervousness,
< through the pelvic organs, vultures are very cunning birds and ; for the gods. Cream furnished .
: shooting pains
: The stor.of P. Stone' will be closed PAIR schemes that will make difficulties tor bearing down pains and cramps compelled the dread enemies of all sheep owners. in quantities for dnners: entertainments }
r account of extensive prep-, $2.50 him. It Is always well filled. me to seek medical advice. The doctor,after The sheep are BO heavy and fat that ; p'cnics, etc.COFFEE .
today on .
examination, said I had a female I
making an
for his,big sale'which begins advised when they fall down and roll over tll --- :
artions and l
the Maid Th.. trouble and ulceration an opera- 1
Sol Cahn cht.
& Go, next Saturday.: It is his intention to. MEYER SHOE COMPANY, ", John WJuU D. Rockefeller makes it a custom tion. To this I strongly objected and decidedto their backs they cannot get back on j ,
dispose of all ofl1tstoe1t"of clothingand try Lydia E. Pintbanvs Vegetable their feet They lie down and kick, ,
to address his servants at morning -Tie ulceration quickly healed all Hot Biscuits and Rolls -
pound. I every
men's furnishings at greatly reduced and the'watchful dogs know' this signal -
The Pure Food Store, prices in order-to: -engage there- Feet Furnishers For' Folks, maids and was evening asked prayers.by'a friend One of If she the once the bad more symptoms strong,vigorous disappeared and welL"and I am as one of distress. They run to : morning at 5 o'clock.

after in a strictly first-class] haber. their assistance and help' them up. I
ibusin ss. 'The' public Is already appreciated the discourses. Female troubles are steadily on the Otherwise the tultures would .
dashery swoop I
South.est Corner Palafox Intendenda
and 102 S.
Palafox Street of women. If the month'Iy'periodsare
1: thought that she increase
'that never re among '
with fact whenP. 1
familiar! the down upon them when in their helpless.I
plied. And then she added, "I only I very painful or too frequent '
Stone put,oa'a sale 'goodS are sold condition, pick out their and tor- Kandy Kitchen Cafe.
'i178 P. S. We have added a repairingdepartment old .and excessive-if you have pain eyes
Phones ad., looks at the ,man, and I thinks to
1480 regardless ; all work 'guaranteed. myself, 'You poor dear gentleman.
in today's paper' which offers some bearing-down pains don't neglect your- died. 999Pwh
I 104 S. Palafox Phone
great Iadue4manz4nthe-WY of,bar.]Phone us and we will send: for your! how you are enjoying yourself!t"- self: yLldia.E. Pinkham's Vegetable

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L' 'Every Advertisement" in These Columns Read byi

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_' -4I Real Loans .-" -,
--- I.IJ- Estate 5" '
I ri lPor Sale
II I : ; ,
and Insurance ,

Timber Lands.J BARGAINS '
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I .,{ \ 900"' -lier.Lot on W. Chase near DeVil- : SPECIAL OFFERINGS

$650.00 '" ,' ,15230-9 room 2 story,residence-near .
Small houses, on lot 40x170, East In- Lots, 13 to 19,",inclusive, of block Escambia Hotel. ...OF'...
J i, ', i-* ,
endencla street Rents $6.00.$1000.00 .- >7, 'Belmont tracts-must' ;: ; ;. be" sold'nce ( ? at. 4 UO--.5() lots in New ,City, near car

i line.p315012 HOOTON & WATSON.

I i, : 1 This class of! property is in great demand, n House business and district.lot East ,A Romana chance, right to (> .r.: '. .- room conveniences 2 story dwelling and cheap, modern at-

1 and with the increasing values of lumber !lake some money by buying and hold- We will. move in ,a ,few,'\ days to the price S Leadinpeal te, Rental' and Insurance Agency.
ng a while. Rents $8.00. .J5000- -< eiant'lihle' home' on North
corner, of DeLuna and', Government
t I money invested in timber lands will prove: a f .. Hill, Palafox' street

splendid investment, streets. "What's ,good: ,enough for :flSOO 6 room cottage East Jaskson, $1 ,500. G-2 "store 'buildings and dwelling, containing 6 rooms, near
: LESLIE E. BROOKS ; '" St. on car line. Union Depot. A fine investment.
)thers is good enough *for us." Our .,f ,'900' :East Wright St, cottage rents $2,500.00-0ne' of the' prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lot,

j 1 Those intete'sted, in this class of property hone 462 Fisher Building, J iILLPWANTED present office will then be for rent $10. each 40xl37l& feet
North Palafox. This is
lots offered
H300-Store and dwelling East Wright $3,800.00-.25 very desirable on
: would do well to take the' matter up with us. <: St, corner. for short time only.

? << F 245-4 _W. LaRua on car line. $6,300.00Large'2story dwelling on North Palafox on corner.2,500.006t .

-- MONEY TO LOAN $ room dwelling N. Hayne St Lot 80x125) feet.

..- iVANTED' -Experienced seamstress .In' large or'small amounts; quick $3,350.0o-Nce! roomy dwelling with large, lot, stables and out house

I at once. .:Apply 319 East Gregory. service and reasonable rates. in _excellent location on, DeVilliers St
": L6may. 1 McDavid-Hyer .Company, ., HOW. ABOUT THAT $5OOO.0D--T'Yo dwellings' in good neighborhood, near car line, on N
property\ you have"?' If you want to Barcelona St
Agents New .York
f Pensacola Investment Company VA.N'11ED.-tA.n experienced man for.: \ Life Insurance Company. find> purchaser, list with PHONE 54 NO. 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX ilL
soda fountain and confectionery

store, etc. In good country town':;' S E. Government Street L. S. BROWN & CO.
1[ 4. H. B'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.- must[ be a hustler and, of good habits. Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. -1-_ .

W.IIOOWUS' 'President, R. B. SIMPSON, Sjcretary.KNOWLIS Give[ reference. --Address 1...,: care,':of "' "We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building. -=
Pensacola Journal. 16maylw
t J.L ST1LLMAN, Voltes and Gen. Manaf BYES, Tmsuw. -
For Farm Turpentine or'
Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. WANTDD-Neat! girl, white or color
t... ed for nurse and general-housework; Timber L'ands, $60Per No 211 J 1- E. Government St.

215 South Paiafex Street, Pensacola. Florida. small family.: Apply: 11 E. Intenden LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY I ,
"' 16may lot buys 12 New City lots. Others,
r' cia. Call on or Address near sell for 575 to $100. This is a This little brick,cottage is close to the busine'ss secton: bas-

.J---- WIANT Stenographer,- youn'g'lady genuine bargain for, some"one. rooms and hall, bath gas, city water sanitary connection. It 11.11
Turner & Aymard nice'honie, convenient to your business besides being ..
f: I who can assst: bookkeeper; ,state $3200. 'you a
experience and salary expected.W. .- E. Buys a full Week of 20 lots, between good investment. It will increase in value and if you should ever desire
!; II- Real Estate and Abstrat Co.' find purchaser at a good increas$2100.00. \,
E., Box 35, Pensacola, Fla. car line and Bayou Texar. Fine viewof to move you could easily a :
P. 0. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs FU '
16may4tWANTED bayou and 'bay. .

, A Home Savings I I II Men-and boys wanted! to C. R. YAEGER Big Profit in this:

learn plumbing, plastering, ,brick, Wanted We believe you will make a good profit on your investment in a
, : laying. Special' offer life scholar1 II -w .1 _No. 202 Th Jsen Bldg. Phone 686. very short time. ',We 'have 10 lots on North Palafox that we can sell

f OVER 10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE INDUSTRIAL: INSURANCE .' ship iifty dolars! easy payments;: HONEST WEIGHT AND HONEST' for 225000.:, These lots are right in line of the best residence district

I f L AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES, OF SICKNESS position and union card guaranteed: DEALING-Is our motto. AU goods of this city and should even now bring more money.

t AND DEATH. free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade guaranteed first-class or money re- FOR RENTFOR \

>, Schools, New York Chicago, St. Louiilomayly. !. funded. Orders placed with us, how- Fisherville.
: ever small will receive atten
prompt RJE'T8 room house with bath.
American Life Insurance tion. Get our prices before buyIng '
; CompanyIs Apply at 812 12th St 18maylw
SOLICITOR WANTED-To solicit for elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57 Do not overlook' this pretty little village on the bay. Nice people

the Modern Workman of the World E. Gregory St Phone 825. 15may live here and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $300 00,
the only straight life,.legal reserve company organized in Florida. WR RENT-Two story 8 room house,
Will benefits In and pleasant here in summer.
/:' pay you weekly case .with gas, hot and cold water and all It is very cool ,
of sickness or accident. lakes care "I'ED-The: public to know that
other modern conveniences., Address FOR SENT-Some nice houses. Call by our office and see our
of the balance of the family in case the Pensacola Building Associationhas '
or apply 41 E. Chase street. lOmay
I : ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND, LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 of death. The best fraternal organization decided to follow the lead of the rent list
in the progressve: youn'g men who have established
country. Apply at No.1 PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.
FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence LIST YOUR
; pensacola Office: Brosnaham Bulldine 323 W. Zarragossa street,' that modern and up-to-date
corner Strong and Spring $ts.
---- 3 thoroughfare DeLuna street, and that A SPECIALTY
--J-ffl--- = -1---J- a. m and p. ni.WANTEDGood THE COLLECTION OF RENTS
i : S 91' Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay
they are an up-to-date 'and modern

.! .: r-- -. -.I..- -- cook. Apply at office firm at ; 210 and DeLuna.St.have taken., and offices are I FOR SALE-One grocer's refrigerator THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
200 Ibs.
MeDavid-Hyer Co. 13may capacity Cheap. ApplyD.
I i ready to serve the public' in, J. Cunningham, Roinana' and Railroad 206 SOUTH .PALAFOXST. PHONE 87
I The Earth is For Sale I the building line. General contracting
1. WANTED-Everyone to know that and'repair work a specialty, plans .8th.. 2may ..--
The Journal'has nice, clean old papers -.
A Startling Statement sale five and specifications furnished with 'e* FOR: RENT-Two very desirable
ii : for cheap. Only* cents timates on short notice. Jas. M.: : l <
stores on first floor of ManhattanLotel "
R : but It,Is true, and we are assisting in parceling out dear old terra bundle : : : Johnson. Mgr,, L. Redenback' ,'* AsstMgr. ,. Corner Garden and Baylen. Board and 'Rooms.FOR -
" ., firma. We are now offering pine and hardwood timber land, saw TTED--Set'Jed woman for nurse: gmaytCK. Just completed and arranged in first S.

mill and turpentine locat'ons! grazing and agricultural lands and Apply 701 North Palafox St 9may class shape. For terms, particulars, REXT One or two newly fur.
!. town property., We have a 25000 acre proposition in saw mill timber --- WA.1IITEQ-Seco:1d hand furniture etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr nished front rooms; southern exposure -
; that Is a bonanza. If you have any lands of the above classes, WANTED food nurse. Apply C. bought and sold. Ring phone 754 : with privilege o( phone. Loca-

: list them with us, and they will soon 'be sold. We can sell your turpentine H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay or call at 112 S. Tarragona St. H. C. FOR RENT, After May 1, furnished t'on desirable, and near"business cen-
I O'Hara. S cottage at "All Bay." Address Box I 422 W. Gregory. ISmaylw
place, to be delivered next winter. len Sts. S. 8may 2may ter
i We are sole agents for all the real estate cf the new town of : ;.1 -, 815, Pensacola. 28apr
WANTED- t-CJass' barber'for colored SURETY ON BONDS-The American FURNISHED ROOMS-KJentrally lo
Lyndiola, nestling beside a chain of turquoiseblue lakes besides the FOR RENT-Second story over Lin-
;, B. C. &. St. A. railroad. Also! for the real estate in the new seaside trade. Ring 10101, ring or Surety Company, of New 'York is! denstruth's jewelry store. Suitable cated. Best rooms In the city; cool.

city of Bayou St. Andrews, now being laid off at the termnus: of the I call at Sylvester Campbell Store,near prepared to execute at tills city with for offices, sleeping quarters or stor. clean beds. .Apply 128% East Government -I

: B. C. & St. A. railroad on the far famed St. Andrews Bay, which has dummy depot; War 1ngton, 'Fla. out delay Bonds and Undertakings'required age rooms. Lee DanielL 24apr St Imaylm

been justly designated as "The Naples of the South." In fact if it's I 24 aprL in the courts, ana for. the performance -I OLD MILL INN-On bay front. Opens 0

any part of mother earth, see us about it.t 1 of contracts. WJ11. p. Howe,! FOR RENT-8-room, 2-story Cottage June 1. Large, airy and delightfully -
S attorney, 14% E. Government JStv 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker cool. Good fishing, bathing and
rf I
-f BUTLER & SIMMONS. WANTED, 2maylm. Ingraham. '. I April20 class table. On electric
_rJWUWflWU'ktUWttU'Lrr ___J' tsr-wrr -, .: ....-. boating First ,- ..
"' ,1 I line,15 m'nutes: nae irom C1 Y.
LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS W.AlTo hear from some one WANTED.-All kinds .:.or: electrical A. R. BINGHAM' has storage room for Regular boarders and transients. Save both by conferring with is
< work. I sell all kinds of electrical' rent. suitable for furniture or other when out to buy REAL ESTATE See
Old :Mill
CHIPLEY. FLA. j that wants a New International Encyclopedia Terms reasonable. Address
: batteries ana other electrical ,supplies. goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona us about some of the following,
cash or credit J. B. Inn, Pensacola Fla. 4may
When you need me ring 345 or 955. St Phone 630 SOnof c Store N. DeVillier street, renting
i: Waddell, Box 618, phone 668. E. W. Peake, new Stir Laundry build PLEASANT ROOMS to for $180 per year. . . .$1503:
16may2w WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or THREE rent
I ing, E. Garden. 15dec.WANTEDThe .
House North "C" strees ch.ipat
rent leas or exchange. Your business with privilege of light house keeping
: ,, DIRECTORY FOR SALE WANTED Men to learn' barber, .public to know that respectfully? solicited. J. A. Wilson 301 W. Chase. 3apr . . . . . ,$600
List of Property for Sale D. Hale trade. 10 position for every: we can do all kinds of repairing Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent House. . on. ..East. Ara'gon. . .street. ,$650
by graduate. Top wages paid. Few street, Room 7, Salisbury
1 j float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. on North Hill car line; location ,
Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. 98 acres of good farming und :a
weeks-! completes.! Includes building. Phone 172.
:- x Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F, Wilson & Co. I tools and diplomas. Can near- G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb 23Jan very desirable. Apply 208 W. Gadsden bargain at .. . . ,$100J

t: meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 One block on proposed street car,ly earn expenses if desired. Catalo- '-'-'--- street 25aprll Four blocks In West King T ar',

If t', o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont line, New City, overlooking Bayou gue mailed free.' Moler Barber College COURT Cleaning HOUSE Club DYEING., 212 N. DeViUersSt. Pressingand tfiscellaneuos PLEASANT place to board on, North each. . . . . .$iooo

and Baylen street. Visiting brethren Texar, and under fence. ... .$30IJO 1 1 I New Orleans, La. 12may6t Mrs. T. ;J. Davis JwMrJlrvLnn wStun jwrwrrjwrru-wj Hill on car line. Address No.8, We have numerous other prope
Prop. Your
;., i are cordially, invited. One halt block on Lakeview avenue, pat. care Journal-. 27mar ties listed with us and it would pal
solicited SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers
satisfaction -
t I t' T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. in settled neighborhood and on hard I I WANTED-To buy one or two lots in teed.ronage Careful attention; given guaran ladios' the best accommodation for Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat you to consult us before making your.

i g J. W. GINGLES Sec. road, very cheap at .. .J1500 I: good locality and not too far out garments. Phone 1222.: gfelWANTED. bathing and recreation to be found on this office. They are all clean investmentWe
""f SUanSm.Ponsacola. One-half block ((12 lots) and six new : State price( terms and,full particularsin I the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair and nit'&. are In receipt of advices; from

houses renting' for |5.00 each with:. first letter.. Address A. M.,, 'care .-A. R. BIngham wants leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m I the fire Insurance companies rppiiv-'.
sented f
I by "That all losses 'n
us '
I room for seven more houses.. $3250' Journal. :t 9may moving and hauling. He Phone 659. Chas. H. .Burton Mgr. I .
Lodg. N( 3. K. of P. your guai HOTELS.J ifornia conflagration will be pronip.
large lots and a good three: .... 'all''breakage. Phone 12may. .
t meets every Monday evening at 8 antees 630 paid and that THEY WILL f"\: ,
room and hall house renting for 6.00,> MATTRESSES RENOVA'rFIDNew _. ,
{ o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall I,I per month; If sold at once.. ,"$600'' tick furnished if desired., Guaran. W ANTE .-The public to know that If you will look around the-house, BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. TINUE TO FURNISH ABSOIATB
:: over } ou stable, W. Intendencia St. One nice five roomed house old newspapers can be bought at will find lot of INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS M
in good teed. Crapet taken up and matting you a ways in whica Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
i., Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.1 I locality with 37 foot lot renting for laid if desired. Leave Qrders at this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare you can use old newspapers. You meals; free. bath and sample rooms. FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE roll
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. all clean and nice. ALMOST: ONE HUNDRED YEAR.
J10.00 per month.louo: Green & Watson. Phone 193., 7marW1ANTED can buy them in any quantity at this Special attention to traveling men.
K. of R. & S ,
:: H. HORSLER. ; One-halt an arpent and ten roomed OLD HATS MADE NEW Panama office, They are put up in bundles, Rates $2.00 per day, J. R. Brown! Protect your home and business

I house in central part of the city, nice ,. To sell a lot of old :papersat and Straw hats cleaned, presseJ convenient to carry and sold at five Prop. I I against loss by fire by insuring w'h! !

A_k Meetings of the ghade and fruit trees .$5500 5c a 'bundle. Apply at this. of- and blocKed. Panama SOc straw hats cents per bundle.PANAMAZFanamas.' I
., Knights of Columbus ,. Vacant lots In any part of the cityat fice. They are all whole, clean and 25c fell hats 35c. Work guaranteed. HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES us.ESCAMBIA '

are held at their hall prices that will take. Several investments ., nice. Victor Louis. 100 E. Intendencla. cleaned,: bleached and and blocked straw hats -Before laying your'carpet or matting REALTY CO.,
No. 8 West Intenden.1eta I that -IU net 10 cent. old
i per ]I 24 aprlmWANTED.Electrio buy ,a supply'of newspapersto
workmen. Leave hats
expert 'at Freiderickson's 204' Palafox
S. StreetTelephone
:, street on on the money Invested. WANTED-To rent furnished underneath ,protect it Only !/
every room in tailor put and
work of ala kind. shop, 34 S. PalafoxSt. 1052.
Monday evening at FOR RENT. 'I'I private family, on car' line. Bache. ctean five cents a bundle a't,this office. t'
fans. air
Let us your rc= our 6maylm General for State for Hnma
Ten ,
.1:30 o'clock. An !n- roomed house centrally located lor. Address Box 114., 12maylw*
;: 1 V'VIt&tiO n Is extended and unexcelled'for a boarding house,i, dynamo do jour wiring etc. Paonj' : MATTRESSES AND FURI'HTURE-! HOTE& Life Insurance Co., of New York
570. Pens .,la Electric Co.. 205 S. FERRELL -Sneads,' Florida.
t: Id visiting Knights.f' on street car_line, $35.00 per month. A.\"TF.D-AI1 owners of poultry to Baylea! ;Mattresses made to order; old ones Rates $2.00 .per. day. Nice rooms,
t JOHN B. JONES Five roomed house close in town 1 know that we are agents for the celebrated renovatei., New ticks turn ished. good beds, table the( best, J. M. Fr-
EDIT FOX. large yard and nice out buildings Conkeys Second hand furniture Money to Loan.
f. Grand Knight stable Poultry Remedied WANTED.-Ths Merchants TransferCo. bought and rell, Prop. 17apr ..._ __ .
Recorder. etc., $20.00) per month. Guaranteed to cure rupe, cholera wants your moving and hauling. sold. Upholsterin-g and repairing done n /

If what you want is not listed here I Igape and to kill fleas lce! and mites. All breakage guaranteed.. B. Tnor 114 E. Belmont' St., city phone 771 HOTEL VERNON Rates $2 per day. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybodv bur

ry call us up by phone 234 ,or call and Also their wonderful egg producer, F. sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm. Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. ,Special rate by ''week.: Special attention rows money from Jno. A. Hail 4

Daughters of Rebekah. I I see us at 30 S. Palafox ,street S. Mellen & Co. Phone, No. 234. to traveling, men. Free sam Co., 16 E. Government street. Wh'-u

1": Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Daughters of ISapr. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED AILQRJNG-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. ple room. 'Irs. J, P. Mauldin, Prop. la need call on us. 9f-blm

]t 1)ekah. meets every Monday night D. Hale Wilson & Co. -Highest price paid for gents' Gents' clothing cleaned. pressed and iSapr. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of rfozal -
at:8 o'clock In L O. 0. F. hall VIsIt. WANTED-To buy old gold and silver clothing only. Sell.second hand goods. repaired on short notice. No. ll}$ short notice.p
broken stuff regardless Dress suits for rent 9 EL Intendencia. West' Government .St. Pensacola, Fla. pIoperty on
up of
sisters .
cordially Invited
t, Iris to be..present HOTEL SOUTHERN-:-:Open all .the Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. i
sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &Klein Idee. year. American and European plan. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb

i, MBS. B. R. WITKOVSKI FOR SALEAll 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. LOST J. H. PORTER, sallmafcer. 716 South- Special summer rates. First-class in ,
; :MISS WILLIE KENDRICK respect Pleasant MONEY TO LEND On real estate -
1, Sec.f' NEW UPRIGHT PIANO"to exchangeor -tnnutp_ nMnrm wflflflrJwmn Palafox street Orders taken for every and convenient good
kind of real estate for sale ,or lot on East HilL Address' P. LOST-Gold: square medal, ,with blue tents awnings, camp stools and house Mrs.. ,T. 'I,.. .Bowen, Prop., Pen. security, or on good collateral,
I1L E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and rent North Hill and East Hill va 0. Box 207. SOmar enamel on face, and engraved on cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan.SHJP' sacola, Fla.: ', ISapr at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks,

l: third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. cant lots. Some very choice ones at 'back. Reward for return Sol Cahn & Fisher building. 21Jaa
}, RaSord Hall No 10. good bargains for homes or' investment : ,CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert THE BROWN HOUSEVAUy rooms, I
TO West Inten. WANTED-We want your orders for Co.'s store.. 17may : MONEY LOANED on ail kinds m pdl'f f
c. dencia street 1907 Art CJcndars.: Orer 300 original ing'& Co:, wholesale and retail ship good beds: Free baths.and sample sonal property on short '

A. G. FELL Pres. One large lot on R, R good factoryOr designs to' select from. AllI LOST-Jersey cow", strayed from chandlers and grocers, only first-class room. '$2 per day. '_ Special' attention Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstair '

f'. J, ,L. SWEENEY. Sec. warehouse site. One water front prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco.S premises of, Cot. T. V. Kesfeler on i house of kind in cIty Fair prices to alL tc travellng'npn.. J.,R.,.Brown, Prop., 28% South Palafox St., Phone 11U.'tIC.
.. lot that a purchaser could make DeFuniak Tla.
.. no la. I6feb., Bay Shore Horns tipped with brass I MILTON UPHOLSTERING 'Spri gs ISmarlm I
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm SHOP-
{ Leberal reward for return to owner.;: CE TRAL, 'UOTEL CHI EY= 'oaa
: No. of bbth Millie Mima Proprietor. FurnItUre Op UNLIMITED 'amount or money to
Pensacola Lodge 4, J. 0. 0. F. and( one ..60 acres near Pen '
k Pensacola Lodge No., 4, I. 0. 0. F, sacola. WANTED-The peoples to know thaiI : may73t< repairing of all kinds, 'carpets depot Large and well lighted on all kinds of personal property

: meets every ThursHar vewlnir at 7:30 Four choice, brick business houseson don't want all the clock and'watch I LOST-Round gold brooch with diamond laid furniture packed for .shipping rooms. Frte-sample foom. Meals at Special rates to business men on large;

; 1 i' ,at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" Palafox st. for sale.< Fine invest repair work in town. but Just enougb t, setting. ,'Finder'return to C. Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing. all hours. Special' attention'to traveling leans. The New York Loan Co, ZOH7
streets. Visiting brethren cordially ment property. Few choice offices to keep me busy. Drop me a card ,01: H. C. Journal office and receive very 22April men. $2.00 per"day.' J. M. Tug- Sonib Palafox.
} call at 600 E. Jackson., Geo. B. Ivy gle. Prop. ISmarlra -
i fcmvlted.. E. GREENBLATT.J. for rent liberal reward. 16may CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. '

i 1:: .'.NEVILLE. Secretary. Turpentine men all get rich. and I ISmaylw LOST..Qn w. intendencia street,long Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng PLE.OTL.Car1', Setterllnd, For Sale
;.' have good turpentine business for a'speclalty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. Prop. Special attention to --
collecting book containing receipts commer '0
sale cheap. 15 'crops boxes plenty OR BUY a small]I '
'book and bills. Reward for' return 'i 27feb cial travee.u., Free umple and bath upr.ght
I W. 0. VY. round timber lease on which together cottage on water front. Either on I SALE-Second hand
IfI: with boxes good seven years longer., bay shore or on one of the.bayous. Ad S to Home Art Co.-%. W. Romana REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip-. $2 rooms. day.Large .rooms,with good beds. piano in good condition. A bargain

:Lire Oak Camp No i, w. t). w. Write or call and eee schedule o! dress H. B., care Journal.. '9ma S 12may. ley, making'connections with mail per 13marlia J Apply 409 W. Garden St.1 lSroar

; : meets In Pythian Hall 1st and Sri property. ,LOST- Saturday, April 14, presumably launch for:. points 'on St Andrews bays BAY 'Hlrm.-ope night and day. FOR SALE- .Some good paying s OC\

?: Wednesdays ifi each month. Visiting WANTED.-Hauling ana transfe?S from wagon, package containingpair Extra teams for traveling men. Good ,European plan. Rooias: light and in western bank. Will transfer for.

,, :' sovereigns cordially invited. T. CRAWFORD work. Office phone 363; residence I trousers addressed H. PI| Moog. horses, comfortable vehicles. Call on. clean. Transient trade solicited. good property if. location i ia hU''jb t tIf

!. F. A. BOGH1CH, C. C. phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28. N., If found. returned to Express office I .address J., C. Sinclair Chipley,FiiI ; 575-579 8. ..PaltfQXJM.. S. Nicolau interested address. H. A LE-.

,, j LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. .f*/. e-th..Palafox Street. Tarragona st. JSmtr., and twelve reward. ISapr I Telephone, No 74. 28apr Prop. S Box 3, Pensacola, Fla. Jbma-2*

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For. Sale : ............ .1................. McMillan Bros. C eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .1 11 J j JI .

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lb Montgomery.L.riws R \LE-One machine. B.at 232 a Empire bargain.Jlarianna.,- "IGmaylw Candy G.Fla.P.* I;IADSLEY 1 COMPANY, !! |nil YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLE m J. !]!,)x! :

SALE-A lot of old newspapers. :

FOR PU, 'SOnly up in bundles 1 Z vecents.convenient per bundle for ;t- COMMISSION BROKERS, I f j Seven Days in a Week and Three Times a Day tq if1t 1l.

toAppy this; office. .* ; tU no

rOR SALE 500 good second hand :.+ f jfU And yet stay' within your means. It's merely a matter of man- i : r iJf i

barefssuitable for13a111ngandpack.!: iPrivate' Wires H. Y. jN. 0. and i iI
bUY jjgi'ri repair oarrels.and sell Vucovich all kinds Cooperage of second guarantee to satisfy you. No matter if you want a small steak or ti 'f fJ'f fto
Coi S Alcaniz St. Phone 235; resi- i idenf' I| Navat Stores.17. a roast; or a few slices of ham, or whether you want a nice, big Si,ft J{; :
phone 591. 17maylm II 3 Savannah, Ga.,' May he naval :
stores market closed today as follows: tu fine juicy tenderloin steak or a big tender roast or a fat chicken r
FoRs.-\IE-One white hall boat, ISx 1| Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. WW.. .... .. .. ... .. ....5 05 *

S ft ]In first-class condition. Apply .... .. .: .. .. .. .5 00 or turkey. We can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. f .
w f. P. Gonzalez Bohemia, Fla. 1 Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1173 J N.:.. .. .. .. .. ... ..... ....4 90M. m : i

!5ma>'iw* .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .( 80
CiTy MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & ............, .........................N.1 1N1NINn K .. .. .. is .. .. I. .S .. ..4 80 CARTLAND ZELIUSHh'

Watson have just received a.large II' T..'..\'. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....4 60 & ;
supply of the latest city maps showing : H :. .. .. .: .. .. .. '.. .: ..4 '45G
all of the subdivisions. The maps are ------ ; .. .. ,e. .. .. ,. ,". .. .. ..t 40

official and down to date and are F.. .. .. .. .. _. ... .. ... ....4 35 i6J ; l
counted on heavy linen. Regular E.... .. .. .. .. ... ... .....4 25D COR. BAYLEN INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 li lie

price, $2.50; special price on lots of .. .. .. .... .:; .. ... .. .4 15 .
five or more to agents ;or real estate Foreign Exchange. C.. .. .. .. .. .". '". .. ... .3 95 aaaaaaa22eaaaaaaaa aaa2a22 l
men. Hooton & Watson. sway SpIrits Turpentine 68* to 60 cents.JOBBERS' .. ;
ice suitable -
roR SALE-Large box

soda for fount grocery with store 20 syrup or cups.market All and in QUOTATIONS I Professional Director of'Hf t I

good condition. Will sell cheap or PENSAGOU PRODUCE COFFEE The 1906 Model ,
for other property a .
T.exchange J. Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue.Apply WE. issue drafts upon and cable transfers to The local produce- market is firm RQP1lngtonSholes .' .U f'f'I.

'Tmaylrn 'aU 'foreign countries, payable in such and strong. Prices remain the same T G YATES M D1 # ': '
used in that as for,the last.week with the exception We are the Pioneer 1.v!
fOR SALE-Registered Berkshire money as IS country I .1
that new potatoes dropped to U.50 OPTICIAN
Coffee Roasters of
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for '1,'1- :'f .
catalogue. Carl Setterlind, ChJpley BETTERS of credit issued available in all per per barrel hamper and while-beans Louisiana advanced and to $2.75 Alabama West Florida. with its new billing attachmentsand 306 THIKEH BUILDING -" i ..
instantly interchangeable II .:
carriages ; '
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lands. vQAFETY cabbage' declined: to $2.50. tabulator and 1! :.
.... Western Creamery 25 to..26c 'I'" ''f
fOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers Butter ribbon movement, is the.most complete ;. I'
at two cents a bundle. This offlee. : DeposltBoxea} for rent; in connection Butter Renoted- ... ,. .20 to 21c combined WM. D. HOWE, < ': ; .

I : .' with which' there is where Cheese .. .I. ...... .. .. ..14% to 15c McHUGH'S BLENDShave 'd
fa private room<: i Eggs.... ....-,,.... ..... ..17 to 18c Billing andCorrespondence ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW { :
foR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; depositors may'look'over.the contents of their 1 Grown Chickens. doz... .$5.00 to $6.00 14/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST ;4 :' g .

lumber one with the capacity other thirty for 75 thousand thousand ca-ft. boxes at their leisure. ;; v... .?. ,.. Dwcks,. per dozen. ...$5.50 to $6.00 no equal. A trial .., .;.', -.ifv. /
I Sweet Potatoes, per bu.. .. ...90c -. ,
pacit). Rates reasonable. Also two : Irish Potatoes per ,bu... 85 to 92c will convince the connoisseur machine manufactured. Designedas ..t.,. .< ;,'I,, I
skiff boats for sale cheap 22 ft long N&w Potatoes, per bbl.. .. .....$4.50 it was for ,fast service, built for 1 i. '..;; .ii
5 fr beams. Telephone or write J. A. Squash, per hamper.. .. ? $2.25 that we hard use, recommended by experts : ; '. .
Cfcaffla & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mar Beans' per tamper.. .. ," ....$2.75 make'no extravagant :and guaranteed against wear,it is '.I ,

OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec. New Onions, per bag ... .. .. ..$1.25 offered as the idealTypewriter ;; I i ; !!, ';

tic car line, six lots 100 ft. front: FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF Onions yellow; per bu. ...90<:'to $1.00 claims. ,. f.'i .'.':",,
Ly 137& deep; corners $700 inside Onions, red per: bu.. .. 90c to $1.00 11 :. .' I -
and Alabama .
lots $600. There are no better situations Louisiana Cabbage, .2
than these lots A. V. Clubbs. bbl. crates.,- ", .. ....$2.50 Wholesale and RetailGROCERS .for producing the most good work in :) .: ,
PENSACOLA, FLA.W. Strawberries, quart.. .. .10 to 12c the shortest time with the least effort. J ';!JL

;JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ol Lemons.. .. ,f.. ... .. .$4.25 to $4.50 Write today for full description. ; 'i-
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, .H.KKOWUM Pre a. W.K.HTIB.JB., V.-Pre.and 0&sWer.T Local Agents wanted for t ,,: Ii
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso W, BBIXT and W.N.ROBERTS! Asst.Cashiers. unoccupied territory. v' 1'
6 Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 701 ,Drain ,OBS-T. (X Brent, W. A. filoant, W. H. Kaowto W., E. flyer,' it TIMBER MARKET
D. G. Brenfc
and all kinds of Feed ;
South Palafor. 4oct. -
Majestic Bldg., ChicagoJACKSONVILLE DR.J.H.MQCKDental 6 :
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those The timber Jnarket"still continues Stuffs.Pluto .
I strong and active, with demand for ,
wishing to make a successful run .. ..,. a i
fhoull supply themselves with"a bot J '7. the availablesupply.' ; 'No big! sales FLA. Surgeon :

tie! of PLUTO. Now is the season to were Teporte, .!)during the week. 204 West Bay Street, i.) ",

prepare ,your stomach and liver Cityof Pensacdla Improvement t Bonds Water Crown and Bridge Work a Spechlty. h : :
against aU diseases. Pluto'will''do'it AU6LEY. A co.'s REPORT I Painless Extracting of Teet. P :; '

For sale'by all.4rtiggistS'and:: grocers, Uverpcol Cotton Market Florida and Alabama 2&/2 S. Palafo st. 4' ': i .
Denomination, '$1,000.00 Eac '. Close 7 and 9 Old Build:' 1 ,
.'wholesale-byvJsMcHugh.. f: .. J4iL-Feb.........;;:.........;".............6.T8 Wholesale and Retail. Armory : 'it"l
FOR SALE.- -Improved.and'untmDro Ted "- Dated Jan. 11906. Maturing Jan. f, 1936.. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926. reb..Kar..Ioo.f..jjiAk...:;... ............'0.77 LAND COMPANY Phone 1077. .1 ,: ,

property- all parts o/the ,city.J. Payable Semi -Aprl1..u..:......................5.78 1 '; .
A. WlUon & Co., #'teal- Estate Agents, Interesy/ Annually. jpri1-JiaT..........;...-............._(8.05 Manufacturers of '
Hoom-J SalisbarysjmUding; Phone KarJ'e....... .................;...;.. 8.05 New Orleans Grocery Co SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES !f 'r. '. '
.MJaaAUTOMOBILES. We OfferF r Sale These Bonds Subject to June-J.lr; .-...AT.................... .... 8.05 and Dealers in Ciebold '
172. 7 : JulyAnguat .,..;/..................... ....8.05 LUMBER, SAWED ,CYPRESS SHIN Buy Safes. ; : .
.-I.:>xn agent for tie Prior 'Sale, in Amount to Aag .-8.Ppf. mbp ...,....,................ 5.97 GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Scarritt Moreno, Agent r' i
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell, you'autos 8ept. -October?.,'.........,.. .......... .1.84O.tob.rNov.mbr Jas. McHugh .
from $500.00 up. They; ost:less than Suit Purchaser. ............,.;L .......1.11 I
horses to keep up. They, can be run Korembw-DeeaiBber ....*.......,....... .E.76 Phone 1Q5. ProprietorCHAS.BLUM&CO.
In sand or anywhere a horse can go. Correspondence Invited. DweBber-JMUi7 .:...:.. ...............5.78 -- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.I .; ,
Leslie E. Brooks.'. '. Urnrpool Bpotr;fl .
r and Local Tinn:TtfcUi lehreell Ponsacola and Points sera,. '. '
FOR SALE-Three'bather Ch.! 1is 'and THE PEOPLES BANK OF PENSACOLA New York Cotton Market T Through!. l. UP '. .
combination four-chair mirror.' Callor 'Opsn High'' Low Close READ DOWN
write J. A. Billingsley 14 E. Gov I JnuTT ?10.83 10.83 10.77 lO.h fOR Trains Nets. Trains Nos r .
ernment St. 13aprlm FLA. March, '10.820; sa 10.82 10.82, pP1( SSPjePAID 2 4 a 1 't. .

FOR SALE-Ten new and seconds PENSACOLA Mal ,... <11.Ii& 11.35 11.60 1U3 .= : 1::05ptn' )):Seam Lv.1 ..Pensacola. u .Ar : 6QOam 4:0OpIl1 ,,
July J1.SO 11.83 11.23 11.27 .. ... fontb0mer7..Lv. 9:35pm: 11:15am
cOnd hand office safes different I 6:30atn: 6:20pn:: t Ar :'
fazes, best makes at bargain prices. Augiut 11.13 11.18 '10.05 II.'J ti2 11:45a.m 9:10pm Ar." ...lrmngh4m: .. .. Lv. 4pm 8:33ath ;
October............10,78' U.80 10.72' 10.14J .. 2:25am :
Scarrltt Moreno office East Govern No. 580"c. -. J eeemw..l0.'I'1I; 10.80 10.72 10.7 7:25pm 3:17am: Ar. .I. .Nashville. .Lv. 8:45am .

ment St 24mar .Liverpool Spots..C28 -sooPm: :87ar$ Lv..rashvine;. .. ... ..u. 8:1am ::0 a.m l
.W.UIBAH, Pre mnt. JOHN PFEIfFER. JUtMtnt Cuh.r.U. .. .Enna'f'1Ub.. .. .Zi. 3.49atn: 9:20pm: a'
FOR SALE-A fine piece of waterfront I. CLARK,VJcfPrtllteol and Cahkrt J.W. ANDREWS. Attbtut! C."Min, .wYork. Spott,, I3o. 1:25am Sl5'8m AT.
property 50 feet front on,West 7:40am 2:trlpm 1 Ar. .. ..8t. Louis. . .. .lit' 8: 3:30pm: f'160pm "

Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street, Wh.it.Open 4o $ SO : sn LY.. .. ..Kas l1e.. .. .Ar. 8. am 2: Sam "
with( a 4 room house front and back THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK High Low Claw 2:1.f1am I 8S m.1 Ar. .. ..Lomn1Ue ? .. ..f.R 2t45am: 9:30110: ": .;
I _....... . .Lv. U.OOpm 6.00pm .
gallery, has a nice wharf about 250 May 84 84X: 84 84% 7:20am : .. H .ctndnnaU. .
",'........._81 83 '
feet long running out to deep water OF Jf/VSACOlA/ FLU. 81W 83 t ,
from the front gate. For a few days i Between, Pensacola Mobile and Mew Orle.ns." {
only it will be offered at only 81500, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.. Corn 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.45&.6 "
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at STOCK $200,099 SURPLUS, ROW. ... .....Open High Low ClofeJ9X t- .. ...,1r.5OOam4:00pm 6:30pm j'.t
L. Friedman & Co.'s tore. ,5may CAPITAL )(q. ... 49 49 49% 7:OOam11.Obpm: l1f:: amfLv--pensaco1 : : : f "
July_.47!*, 48>i 47( 41Jt! (a tSr 10(5a.m .55am 4.12pm Ar .. .MOOUe .. .Lv.IU.4-Oum111.59am 2:35prrfi :
FOR SALE LEASE OR RENTHouses' DIRECTORS. % 1. :0 7:15am 8:16pm Ar.. New Orleans IN. 8:15pm .. .." S:25am t.
on water front at.Little.-Bayou ':'" Yoric StoCk
Henry L. C4ivtngtone, Frank Rellly F. E. Bremaer.J. New' 'Market Junction and Jacksonville .i": .
near ,car line Good bargains.Apply Opea aOl Flomaton, Pensacola, River ..
W. S. Rosasco, C.W. Lamar r '
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to"Phillip Hannah Little, Bayou.. .' Booth.rnPaoiflo..66% 65% 3 Trains do not stop&t stations I 2 4 I 6 I 22 ,ii.,'
Dunwody T. F. McGourin, J. R.Saundcrs, 21 I I) I I
DryOD .... ... .. I '
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1 % 11034 \\1 time la shown \
W. H. Milton O. F. Mauca. I Daily where no I DaUyllD) : lyfDal1yl'Dally
A; M.AverY. .&.S. .i.......... 1S7 18Atok DaUrlDaly .'
FOR SALE: -Three'yoke of oxen and W. L Cawthoiit Dr. W. J. Hannah MJienzle o erttD2,'. ...F1oma.ton.. .Ar. 12:45 1t5 8:25.: ... f;
................ .. BJ% sa" WEST BAY S7 : ::: 4:65: 2:8 :.60 Lvr. '.
log. cart'; good team in good condition Alex ticUown! p C. M. Covlngton,' M. E. Clark. A.B_......................... Itf?}) 159 517 AND 519 FLA. .. 5:00 2:8,5 65.., ., .. ..Century .. .. .. 12:40 1:21: 8n:: ....
and working every day. Price R.B.T........................ 84'g % JACKSONVILLE ,.. .. 5:07 2:41.30i: ; > .. ,...IUu1f.8prings1:33 1:15: 8:15..... 'i.
$300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & Accounts of Banks, Individuals,Corporatlonscnd Firms S Ucltoci. B.&O .......................,107 6 10;iErte. : J 5:172513.0 .. .. .. .."cDavIL ..... .12.22 1:05 8:0' ..... ,
Co., Milton. Fla. 29aprlm Paid Tim. ........................... 43% 44 The. steady buying of spots in the ".'. ". '. 5SO 3:043:3ti. ... .'., ..P1ne Barren .. .. ..12:08 12:52 7:55. .... y
FOR S'ALE-Lady's saddle, extra Four per cent Interest on Deposits.Citizens O.r.1 ........................ u3 51 Liverpool market is partly explained ... 5:39 : ,. : .. .. .. ...MoUno.. .. ... .11:59 12:43: 7:47.: .... .-
good fine Shepherd dog; also U. s......................,.... 413 41,3 'by the cheapness of cotton there compared .. .5:43..4:0. ... ...4uintette. .. .. .1l:51.12:3f-7:39.: ..? J
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brand new Century Encyclopedia and 1 1I U.8.. preferr.d............. 106 105% : with New Orleans and other .. *5sa 3:2Bi'4:11. H ..Cottage Hill .. ... .11:44'12:25'7:34 ....,
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I B.5.- 211 fB3: markets. The parity between .. .Cantonment .. .. 11:40 12:26 ... '
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads- southern ... .6:57 3:2914:15.: :
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L.b x,.......... .1454 144% ?
I Orleans and Liverpool ....Gonzalez.. or11:35'.12:21 .:..; .,
den St. 285. Wti: :.L! :. New .. .GOl.3Ujt':23. : : .7:26:
or phone T.B.: !t :
9may .
L HILTON GBEEf PMsIDII'f. MORE..PAsst L..4............... .. .. .. 81 77 '
55 points .. .. .. ....
arouna .
B.K.U8HN'LL.twsalxa K.4.BSJ'mLD .o.t.ntu .... recently ranged ... -0343:38\.4:26.\ .. .11:33.12:19'.7:2-1.: '
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those National Bankof M.Met P..U..............N.....M..1..... ....- 114 95 114 94% which naturally prohibits business .., '6:152:45:'- .. .. H .. .Olive.. .. ... : 49.. 7:1.:
wishing to make a successful run C1.D.1'ao...................... 160!" leo with the other side. W3; are inclinedto .. .6:21.3:51.4.8.: .. .. .Brent.. .. .. .. .1l:1S.1i.04.7:09. ....
should supply themselves iVith'a bot Peaaacol. Florida.QIJrcrOIt5. N.t.0 .......................142 141 think that the buying in of the big . .6:25"3:54.4:52. .. ... .Goulding. .. .11:11.1:017:05.: ....
tie of PLUTO. Now is the season to 1'.0. ....:.................;... S2iii 123; shorts will soaR become a feature In .. 6:30 4:00 5:00: Ar... ..Pensa.coa] .. Lv. 11:05 11:5& 7:00. ....
prepare your stomach and liver konit T.L'\Venet. Eli M.RoWnwm. I*..HflUa Greta. :&'D'G........................ 1x03 13l% the market.Of ] No.23 ':
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. GM. WWrifht. Apse BtP;...;......; l 168 course the bears are more than A i J 1 A. M.

For sale by all druggists! and'grocers, A. CINtRMtBAHKIHG BUSINESS TRANSACTED 8.1.-. 26 3 te)4 willing that the heavy short interestIn P 6:00.M .. .... /:00 'Lv:. ..PeosaJola: ... .. .Ar .......l 11:15 ; .
wholesale by-Jas McIIugn. 111.: .?..--. 87( 37% the new crop months t ishould to it a .. .......7:13 :. .. ... .Bohemia.. .. .. . ... .10:55 .
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.' to as
cover :
.. forced
TM.I..2. .14814 148( certain extent be another 5:2204". .... 1:15.'. '.. ...Gun Point.. .. -10:50... .. ... .10:53
:... .... to put out : .
them '
FOR SALE-Fine' pot flowers. r Pans CJ ... ..... 186H133H 149Ji would enable level of values. I. 5:25......... :.::.. ;. .. ;. ,.Ynle! :>tra.. .. .. ... .. .. .10:59
Apply 1408 E. Gadden! St'or phone' M -- 1SOH line at a new high .. .. .. .
months are wholly in 5:29.... .... 7:1I.: .. .... ....Eacambla. .10:47 .
S53 6-rin'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers.- R '; C/n1y ,: y'C). JII a+MY. Autaley I & Co'e. Dally' Cotton Letter. The summer manipulators and it is impossible 5:40.. .. .... 7:2G..:. ... .. ...Mulat.. .. .... -10:19: .... ... .10:16:
ISmaylm. ;. ': e.ndBelillD.lnin New York May 17.-Liverpool this the hands of form any correct views as 'a.45..... ... :!."_". :. 'f. .. .. .H arp.. .. .. ... ...... .... ... .10:32 I. ,.
morning showed ,unusual strength. to 5:57.... ... 7:35.. .. .. .Ga.lt City.. .. ..... .. ... .10:21
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best stt Steam, t ,. Done#& Anthracite 0 I spots being advanced 5 points on to their (course.Pensacola! 6:03. ... .... 1:39.: .. .... .Milton.. .. .. .. .. 1oc05.:. .: .: 10:14: .

nation In the .city,for a tourist hotel I and'Biacl smith C A L. sales of 15.000 bales while contract 6:35.. ... ..... ..... ? .. ...Good Range .. .. .. ... ... ... 9:12 l'
130 feet fronting south by,172 feet! ; South Palaloi'street Telephone 93. were up some 4 to 'points.'' ., 4,000 St t Andrews and 1:03......... 8:1: .. .. .. ...Hosts.: .. ........ ... .. ... ...- 9:15 .; ,
deep on East Government street, overlooking OfdaNq; 43 bales were taken for export but later 7:26.......... 8:30.. u ....Mi1li n.. ,, .. .. 9:12 ..., ... 8:52 I
] Seville square and Adams. Yard corner Tarragona and Goaitaleg streets. Phones 6 ana 871 there was some realizing sales and the I Gulf I Steamship Go. 70. .. ...... 8:88.. .. ...Crestview: .. 9:04.. .. ... .8:38 ,

street with open view of Penwcola English market closed easier about 8:09.: ... .... a 8l 6., .. .. .Deer Land.. ,. .. ... ... .. 8:03: '
lay, J10.000 will :buy the, ''property. ., .. .,' 5, points lower than the opening. STEAMER. TARPON .8:33. ... .... 9:10.: .. ..1I09&Y Head .. .. 8:33.. .. 7(1):

lapr. ...,...,....,......,.........................,.........."" ...".".....,....,...... .........,..&........,....,.......&....&,..........................,...........,....... Weather reports were of an unfavorable W. 0. 3ARROW, Mister., : : 3 .. .DeFun1&k Springs.. .. .I 8:13.: ... ... 6:57:
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kind and reports were circulated FIRST-CLA: ( .. .. .. ..Argyle 7U 6:4 .
WANTED-To loan money on your cents to $4.00 cl that flood signals] had been sent out FREIGHT SERVICE 9:16..9:3. : .. .. Ponce DeL=on.. ... .. *.7:29.. .. e:20 : i
watches' Jewelry and personal- ef from 75 e& for the lower Red River valley. -BetW'irIIn- .. .. ...Westville. .. ... 7:17. .. ... 6:00 ; ;
fects. Highest cash price for old gold I FLY F ..S"C"DEE"NS Strips and Wire to 'make \ The continued heavy spot business PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA 10:22.: ... .... 10:15. .. ....Caryvl ile.. .. .. .. 7:12... ...... .5:52 .
and silver. Lightman & Klein; 106 E. own Screens. being done at Liverpool justifites i the .' CARRABELLE, ST. AN. 10:45.... .... 10:30.. .. ....Bonifay.. .. .. ... 6:55.: .... ... 5:24 i i
Bright Phone 1127. your belief that the spinners are short of DREWS MILL VaLLE. 11:1% ......... lOn.. .. .....Chlpl y.. .. .. 6:37.... .... 4:55 !
FOR SALE 14 fastened supplies anal I) have become alarmed at And all pointa on St. Andrews Bay 119.: ... ..... 10:68.: .. .. ..Aycock .. .. .. 6:21.... .. .. {:39 : :
,"new -foot skin .copper Phone' '11 H. G. DeSILVA & CO the unfavorable crop reports that are Carrabetle and Apalachlccla.' 11:43..... .. .. 11:07.: ;. ...Cottondale.. .. It. 6:18.. .... ... 44
and locks also double
: oars ; ,, being cabled them from this: sideof SCHEDULE 12:10.. :...... 11:25.. .. ....Marianna.. .. .. .. 6:00. .. ..... 3:55
Used barrel' breech loading shot gun v.,.... .v", ,. '. v v.r V .v the water during the week, so if thesearge Leave Fen eft cola 'afUDda,. 1:30 a 12:44,.... ... ..*11:45.. .*. ... 4.Cypress. .. .... 5:38. .. ... 3:1'
dress one season; all for 2500. Ad. J } \spot sales at Liverpool shonldeonUnu.e mfor Mobile Alt, 8:30 : .... .... .11:62.. .. ..Grand Ridge. .. .. 5:32. ... ... 3:01
!! B. E. White. Box 5, Warringtqn. It Is 'but :reasonable to suppose /LeaTOFensacola Bt Andrew.Tuesdaj., MillvUle, Apa.p. 1:13.. ... .... .12:02.; : ._ .. ..Sneads .. ;.. .. 5:21.. ....... 2:4S .
.a. ___ I3maylw Order Your that the market must continue to m. for carrabelle and intermediate 1:30 ... ... 12:15: .. .RIver Junction \ 5:10.. .. .... 2:30 .. '
FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa GOAL and WOOD toprove- )U&ilcola, 10:50f....f... 7:40 AT .. .Jacksonville.. .: Lv I 9:05.. .. ... 4:00 -- '.
pers. All whole and useful at home ICE. Complaints are coming from many points. AM 11. ,IAb1i 1 I PM '
additional laformallon apply tj I I .
or in your store. Only five cents per :from the sections of the belt of lack of seed to ,For -
nadle.! replant with and the great scarcity of J..R. SAUNDERS Trains 21 and 22'and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car ''bet1r t1' '
Fuel '
I Consumers' Ice and Company. labor whtich mar cause the abandon- Jl. B. COBB PmldeatGea. Pensacola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Lla. .
I'oR SALE-Second hand 25 H. P. I Chile aDd Tarrapma., Phon 251., ment:of many fields and a likewise .- Fit. and Pass. AftPensacola .' =
-Corner '
Offlc .igl&1.
.l'boiler. Wiji sell cheap. Apply to' decrease acreage. J'lLtt" stop on
*v Method Laundry. ISApril -

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F-t- As I expect to change my business to a first-lass Haberdashery; I will begin on the .above._ date "to close out my large

i stock of Clothing and Men's ,Furnishingstand will continue the sale until the entire stock, is disposed of.

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All' Suits, regular $17 and All Shirts: regular $2.50 All Pants, regular $5 and ',$4 Suits Underwear.:'2.95$3,00 Hats _____.' ,.92.35 50c Neckwear.__ -----_39c

$18 values..______$1.95 value; now go at.__|>1.95'g go at____$4.35 : .* .
$3'"S" l Underweart2.25 3 25c Neckwear___________19c
All Suits, regular $14.50 ,All Shirts, regular $2 value,' ,All Pants; regular $4 and :. : : .

: and $15 values, at $10.65 now go at _________$1.65 $4.5QvaluegQ at$3.45. $1.50 Suits.-Underwear, $t:15 $2,50-Hats ______.?-,-I..S

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All Suits, regular $13.50 All Shirts, regular $1.50 All Pants, regular 3.50 : { .

values, now only10.25 value, now go aL$7.75 and '$3.75 values, at $2..7S' : $i', Suits. -Underwear-89c '$2.00 Hats -----;;- -:$1:43 Umbrellas, Valises,

All Suits, regular $12.50 All Shirts; regular$1 value, All' Pants; regular' $2.50 '50c-Suits Underwear..._..39c: '

values, go nowat__$ .95 now go at____________79c and $3 values,.,at_--$2.15 $1.50 and $1.75'Hats. $1.20 Belts, Etc,

All Suits, regular $10 All Shirts regular 50c value All Pants, 'regular $1.50 50c Elastic ,Seam Drawers '_ .

values go nowat7.65 now go at____________39c ,and $2 values go at $1.20 ______ ____________35c $1.00 and $1.25 Hats 85c at the same reduction.Yours .

: For Cash, PII ST NE, CLOTHIER, 222 S. Pala fox St.

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> Marine Grocery: ..CO'I:,I SHIPPINGNE.-S[ Nearly 142 Million( Dollars New Insurance

UnderwearFor 604, 606 sea 610 S.'Palafox St. ,

: SPORTS Phone. 723. :
Cleared. Written By The Equitable In 1903,'

V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We Parkwood Nor bk 756, Lundeguard,

I' ("':'+! .E.Jf. ":"':"' :"': ": .:"':"' :"':"' :".:+: + +: :" will sell for ten days at less sawn for Buneos lumber.Ayres, with 336,000 feet o.3 r'r.n ": 5, which shows the confidence the people of the country

than cost: T4i' have in the Equitable. 'Send us your name, age and ad
There Is nothing new to relate in six clubs, but no organization, Where No. 2 Mackerel 2 for 15c. VESSELS IK "CRT.It..m."r !. '.""
the Southern league except to state is the ginger? Scores w%l't Jje pubItehed Smoked Halibut (very fine) lOc, l dress.Knowlcs
that Shreveport won again, by trim- and are desired of all games, per pound. Insurance Gen'I A tJFircLUi.
Summer ming Montgomery, while Memphis on th evening the same, Blood Red Salmon, 10c per lb. Capenor Br Porto : : Bros.
ss Luke 1651
F edged Birmingham into fourth place The K. K. K. team is anxious for a Holland' Herring, (in. kits) 60c per-: Prayo. t Rix M. Robinson.denial's I Pensacoh
I ty administering a crushing defeat to game with the Bank Clerks., If:seems kitKaiser ':'I Belgian ss, 2267 Leenaers: j
the Barons. NaishvlUe and New Or- as if the money lenders. are not l lacking Herring (i.Ii .tins) 45c per Antwerp to S. P. Shotter & Co. .05___' Wi
The kind that make for leans hooked up for eleven innings. for sport tin. I ,Exmoor Br Storehouse 2297, !
but the "Knockville" bunch finallywon. Salacine Sausage (imported) 25c
Boston in the American league los
comfort in the "Good Old Madiera to Hyer Bros. .
Atlanta actually triumphed over the fourteenth consecutive per pound. I 4.NI....N..NN3NNNNN. .
game Port NN ...
f Summer Time. There's Ldttle'Rock. yes We have a fresh stock of Gracia Span Ss Ruiz 2122 NNNe ......b
, terday. The !Beaneaters have certainly imported. Tampa.to Gulf,Transit Co. .... -- 7PI7NAOOLA
Linen Mesh, Pittsburg again defeated New Yorkin Maccaroni Spagettl Italian Tomato :
{ 1 hit the toboggan. ,
: Ida Span Liverpool to S.
I I' :' Crepe Silk and Nainsook the National league amtf Chicagoby Montgomery put up a great fightagainst Paste Greek Black' Olives, Artichokes{}I P. Shottsr & ss Co. -.,.:I: Iron Works Supply Co. f
the victory over Philadelphia assunted Navy Bread. Pilot Bread: Italian
1 :, -long' and shbrt sleeves that Shreveport bunch, but too HardTack I KIrfcwood ,Br s11952, Tulloch, Rio lr.ni
first place in the race. Boston ,Manufactnreand
I Piratgj the O.Looks Br.ownJlrfad. French MACHINERY I
i were victors, 11<> G'e Janejro to Keyset &: Co. AND BOILERS,
_t ; in shirts; knee or full Philadelphia countinues to achieve like Jt} was;a,pitchers' .battle between Bread Russian ;'Caviarf-qnd imported Louise Ger ss' 148.0, Bohndorf, Antwere FORGINGS, MILL AHD STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP t
length in drawers. 'Victories in the American !league and Hale or Markley and Hickman or Lee.. French and Italian Sweet Oils. !; to J. Schreyer. ,: RE AR3| A >SPECIALTY.. Prompt attention given to all orders.G
is leading the procession by a safe 'We carry the,only full !line of Francis -1! day night Agents James
Would be funny if- the Jast named -- Verbena Br. ss. 1504 Mann,' Nor or ., for McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and |
Suit margin. worked for the Pirates and shut. out Leggett's and Do son.and Brown's folk, to H. Baars&' Cp.Fhips. o 'Tlmbej Dogs, also' -all .descript'oa Office phone 123. Resi *
I. $1.00 to $6.00 a lag former team-mates, Montgomery.-- canned goods in, the .city Gulf ,City: f G deuce phone 1QZ9. P,. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr v
STANDING AND RESULTS (Birmingham merrily goes down the Coffee Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard: Canara, It!. ship, 1495 Repetts Genoa wNNe....ee..Ne,NOee oA NO eaoeNeNeeeNeeooooe
;f (Summer Hose 15 and 25 ladder in the percentage column. Yes Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden 1.I I to Master. -I ,
terday Memphis handed' the Barons'a Rio Coffee for sales*They are all i "
i cents black, and Harvest Queen Brit ship Forsyth,
; gray
, sever dressing J8 to 3.Oh. JoyJ. butdon't high grades and give. perfect satisfac. Rio Janiero,to order. .,' '- '.,;. .. '
1 f fancies.x Won Lost Pct. that Birmingham 'bunch feel sore. tlon. 1.lie'; "' Nor 'R'EWA'RD I
Ophelia 1127
!ship Larrsen
x Shreveport .21 6 778 They like to put the gaff But it is 'i! 1' Dunkirk. .. y .! .
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J --- New Orleans. :. .. .17 9 654 hard to stand when applied to them., .;.. "

i f ;III :Memphfa Birmingham.. .. .. .18 16 10 13 615 581 leans Manager stat Charles that Atlantand Frank, '.of'New Or- U. 8..',COURTfttTALLAHASSEE; ear. o. : Reward -A liberal reward is offered by an 'invalid l for the
3 Birmingham bk 1348, Ferguson
Atlanta ... ... Antigua Noj '
.14 483
I E Montgomery 17 360 are both violating ..the ;salary New: Orleans to A. ,Zelius. I' restoration: a_policy 'which, he lapsed while i in good health.
The John White Nashville 21 323 lhnitof $2.700,in the Southern league.' Dharwar Sweed' bk.. 1271. Olssen, '
t Plttsburg shutout New York fn the Ri ',Janeiro'to KtH.: Boyer. Addrtsshortsighttd-13 Short Street..
!. Little Rock .. 6 21 222 --" I
National league ThVirfctory' yestei-
King Malcolm, It bk Gufl 1233, Gei '
I :: Store Phone Yesterday's Results. day makes the second successive coat ,.9 '.oa',to Huges & Co. Take' policy in'.the.Union Central and hold it
on to
of whitewash anolled by the Piratesto TRUE BROUGHT
225.i Lulsa ItaL bk. 1591: from
Montano :
I Atlanta 3; Little Rock 1. McGraVs Gianti?', and, Rowdies. c : : .
New Orleans 4 Nashville 3, innings. IN BY.GRAND Nolloth to master. .. .
I i r. 205.207 S. PAALFOX. ST. Chicago place. incidently jumps Into. ,. first: Lake Erie,.ItL bk., 928, Efigan,. Bas,. B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.
, to :Master.
j Shreveport 1; Montgomery O.Memphis" TAKEN.Ta.llahhas.see. sam
,f 18 Mattlhews has caught every game so Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112,
," ; Birmingham 3. far played bv Birmingham this season. .
."" Ferres, Mentevideo to German American '
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The boy dg filled with ginper and Tiepjer. -
' South Atlantic League. If he had a "whip" he would b.e States District: Court which has been LJbr..,Co.
rforris'Dannheisser, Won Lost Pct. up among the big boys. : in session here for the past week skill Paalo' Angelo Ital bk 1136, Bezzo.I 1EW METHOD LAUNbnVPHONE
i Augusta ;; .? ..19 8. 704 The record of Shreveport when the adjourn today. The grand jury' ad.I, Parkwood, Nor bk 756, Lunde-
1 :. (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Charleston. .14 12 538 i team invades: the eastern division of journed yesterday after finding eleven guard St Nazaire to Ora'sr.Precnrsore ,
! ? Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine Jacksonville ... 13 500 the circuit will be watched with interest true bills out of fourteen mtormat'ons! Ital bk, Schiamno 1508, 1188 ,E. W. LAWRENCE No.8
; t Wines. Beer and Tobacco. Macon .13 14 483 Birmingham will likely turn O'i t filed. 'Much credit is due Geo H. Genoa' to, Rosasco Bros. Prop. WEST RIWMST
Savannaih .. ..12 16 429 a record breaking crowd when the Huge, of Apalachicola,, who"a.s foreman Rebecca Crowell. Am,bk 491, Daw :
: Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty Porto Rico to J. II. Kelly & Co. ----
d, : Columbia ? ..11 16 40Yesterday's / North Louisiana team plays in the of the grand jury for t.ie tact.
; ;,; 12 W. Zacragossa Street Steel City.Atlanta. and expediency shown py the jury,this Sterling;.Nor bk, 'Ellepsen Labita' .N.NN..NNNN...*++**...+...... ...1111N1NO
: ; PSN CAOLA. FLORIDA.You're ; .Results. finally won by. dsfeating term of the court.. j:I Bay to order. v

r = -- '---'" .. _.. Savannah 10; Columbia''6. Little'Rock. Mr. Ruge and J. P. Lovett, who,: Schooners. !
: ,'-. Augusta 1; Jacksonville 0. New Orleans and Nashville battled was secretary of the grand; lury will' Annie M. Brit s.ch:., 397 Carter, .1 PREPARATION :I
Macon 2;;Charleston, ((12 Innings). !for eleven Innhigsthe' ,. Pelicans final- return to their homes today. ,I' Mantos. to J.:A.Merritt & Co. ,.. .!
j ly winning. : Joe :Messina and .his father passed :"Annie", F, Kimball, Amer sch,; 337.. .
1 l' National League. Th; ArmstrongClub In a close and through here en rout ApnJachl-:Sweetland, Havana to master : i
L :Won IJost Pet interesting same yesterday .defeated cola after spending a mon:,!} at New Donna Christina Am self, McLeod, .j i' WAIts |
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! : Not I Chicago .? ...... ..20 8714 tb-g Hill Billies :by a.a';f core of 11 to Orleans. Mr. l :sino-;is one of "pa.lacllicola's 165. ,Cardenas. ,, _

New York., ..22' ..10688 10.. : ill! most substantial citizens.; S: G. 'Haskill, Am sch/569. Staples. :
:Pitt bflrg .t..' 12 556Philadelphia The G F. &' A: 'R.'?Jl. has a: n@w New YorktoEscambia : r', ',1 '- <. when J'ou use gar .for:cooking you -have to make no prep o !
( ,; 14 533 schedule in effect the 15, leaving Tallahassee J eration! .for fire bull din=no'IO i- t
its for
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Well Boston 13 14 489 hot
H at 11:10. a. m. and arriving Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M.Special I : ; -nothing to do but turn a value, strike a match*nen +
St. Louis .t. 15 464 tl. i ii at 12:55. will I communication of j : f f presto ,everything's '
a ,Quincy This be an .advantage I ready for cooking! and you cau t
Cincinnati? ? ,.10 20 333 .Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F.,' ;.tf !bake stew, boil
; 001Handle to the traveling public. I } ; or fry-anything that can be done on any $
j Brooklyn .. 8 22 267 S. MeIlen.& A & A. M., Friday evening,I I :. ; other stove, and with. no worry wait or fret. Only costs f

1 Unless I You're Yesterday's, Results. I SMALL MEETING 1 IS I May 18th at 7:30: o'clock. thirteen ,dollars. o
Work in the E. A. Degree. .
Cincinnati.; Boston 0. : Nothing : .
Visit.\ngbreth'ren\ 'fraternally invited. -----
St Louis Brooklyn 2. ,
; 2 i few citizens of Fisherville and I I'icinity C. D. BEYER W. M. .
: : Well Shod. Chicago Pittsburg 3.2; ;Philadelphia New York 1.0. But \ held an indignation meeting I W, g. DAILBY. 'Sec. i: Pensacola Gas Company :
, -. last night at Fisherville and entered'aI
American League. THE .VERY BESTS against the passage of the A. M. LeFRANCAIS, ; ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
: stock ordinance at present before the ,VETERINARY: SURGEON.
r The dressing of the feet is as Philadelphia ,.WonLost.18 7 Pet 720 Of i council. R. P. Reese and M. Jacoby., PHONE 497. .ON.e...N.N...N...NNNNNNNN.1NN.NIN11o .1

i imperative as that of the heart Cleveland 10 600 i iI spoke -=

. : or body. Detroit;/. *-' ., ., .,. ..14 11 560 Everything 1mm 1t &!I Im
, St 'Louis '.' ,.14 12 538] I- Do You Love + t 4 NMe e / e e e1 11Ne
: Nothing detracts more from Mew York' "....12 12 500 your baby You wonder why he cries. __.__, iiI
t. t. the appearance than poorly.dressed .-- Washington".' 12 13 480 Buy a bottle.of White's Cream Vermi
: feet. Chicago\,' '.,' .11 14 4M I : Clean heavy clipped White' < fuge and ,he will never cry. Most babies i

:. The easiest way to have the Boston .... ".'. ''.. 8 20 286: i oats. ; ; have worms and the mothersdon't JOS.COMANENTIi 1 Graceful Parlor Pieces.
. $ No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran < know it. White's Cream Venal-1 .
:: feet properly shod is to bring .
. L':, them to us. 'y Yesterday's Results. J and Shorts fuge rids the child ..of, worms and': :
Chicago 6; Washington 2.Philadelphia' \ Chick Feed consisting of .20'2 j i cleans out its system In a pleasant'j I'
r f The next time you need 'footwear 5;' Detroit 0. :. articles for. the rapid<< ,. and +'i j t way Every mother should keep a_ k"" ., Our, parlor stylish furniture and handsomely stands in furnished.a class to itself-subsf fpa antlal : :
'New York St Louis 2. bottle of this in thehouse... I And these .
}, just leave it to your'feet ; + healthy growth of the newly f. medicine I'; s- i
.are especially in'
1, 1:, They will find their way to our Cleveland! 7;. .Boston 4.. hatched. .' 'I j With it, fears need never enter her ', -, ; pieces and you can noticeable buy it with lags our less assurance expensve V
'' store and into a pair of bur ---- 'Wheat and :Mixed .Feed Wrl mini- Price 25c, Sold by.. all druggists -.., 4 positive
; -:' famous Another-Team Organized. 1 the hence : : '.* Y. :'.t'.i; : it reliable throughout' no matter: how,little or Jww 4
i :fill .pay. 'or'.i(. :, ; r : f.... :. "f' .
The Pensacola Investment Company Condition Powders for .horse, : \ .. o
, f', '$3.50 OXFORDS., baseballclub was organized yesterday 'cow and poultry."' .. Dissolution Notice. p U-R.N-I-S-H' :
fi an4, a challenge is issued to' Conkey's Celebrated Poultry I' 'The, firm J. 'Huntington' '& Co.. is, .i'GiwVuttor orch"Shades' and!! f
1 All leathers, all styles.. . any commercial team' in the ,city t'*e : Remedies, rpupe cure, cholera from this date dissolved by mutual 4Vudor
.,': Bank preferred. The'Hns-up. :of the.: cure:gape ,cure and lice kjller. > consent All indebtedness paid In i .
t-. 11 Investment -Club appears strong aMaj.foHo..6 If live In town ) f full. j Chair .
: you telephone. Hammocks -
:" ''. . Is :- : us. 4 J. HUNTINGTON, i m J TO I i i
1' ; Yongeshort-stop; Stillman second
;, 1 t If in neighboring towns write : D. BRADFORD 4 i
, f base; Simpson catcher; Guttman, to us. C. B. HUMPHREY. ... wk make cemtertafiie'living for you and virtually makes another *
pitcher; Maura.. third base; Langford, : Pensacola, Fla. May 14. 1906. 6 : room' of your gallery Shades 53.50 to ?6.00, hung J

I! H.O. ANSON first Goons base, left;.field 1tAlemberte; Malone, center right field.field; i i i freer Chair Hammocks $3.50. *

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I ;:. F. S. MELLEN' &. CO. Neither the :captain own. .
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-i.! ,r.- CASH. CLOTHIER, DOPE-DRIPPINGS,' ': .! Phone 334.Pensacola t & ss. Gracia for debts"cantraeted will be responsible by T r I MAR, STQN & QUINA, :

' Some people are slow, but the base- the crew of said vessel:: y 212 S. Palafox. '
{ : Corner, Palafoi and Main tall bunch of Pensa.co1aare. about .the Fla* I T: RUIZ. Captain. .. 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phon 148, Pensacola, Fla.
E:' ;.t; limit.: Enough teams:are In theme tins .b. .J GU1JF'TRLAZ'v SIT'CO! ,:. r'Y i} i

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